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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915 fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD � r m hi YOU CAN GET All the Profits OrfLY WHEN YOU BUY "If It's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone- or see E. R. J. PORSTER Phone 1793-�28 10th St. South. Results of Saturday's Games Big Gridiron Battle mi Other Side Watched by 50,000 People Under Adverse Weather Conditions-Scoring Grew Monotonous for Harvard Rooters London, Nov. 21. - Old country football: NORTHERN SECTION Blackpool 5, Manchester U. 1. - Bolton 1, Preston N. E. 0. Everton 2, Stockport County 5. Manchester City 1, Burnley 0.1 Oldham' A. 1, Liverpool 2. Southport J, Bury 0. Stoke 1, Rochdale 1. MIDLAND SECTION ' Bradford Citv 0, Nottis Forest 0. Derbr County 1, Sheffield Wtd. 5. Grimsby Town 0, Leeds City 0, Huddersflcld T. 1 ; Hull City 0: Lincoln City. 1, Leicester Posse 0. Notts County 3, Bradford 0. Sheffield United'1, Barnsley 0. LONDON SECTION Brentford 0; Tottengam H. 1. Chelsea 5, Westham U. 2. ' Arsenal 2; Crystal Palace 2. Croydon Com. 0, Queen's P. R. 1. Millwall 0, Fulham 0. Watford 3) Clapton Orient 1. NORTHERN UNION Hull Kingston H. 26 ; Barrow 5. Hunslct 0; Leeds 12. Bramley 12, Brighouse 3. Bradford fi, Huddersfield 8.  Rochdale 11, Halifax 0. St. Helens Recreation 12, Runcorn Dewsbury 7, York 0. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Falkirk, 2,'Rangers'0. Celtic 2, Kilmarnock 0. Que.ns 0, Hearts 3. .' Partick 2, Raith Rovers 0. Hamilton 3, Motherwell 1. Airdrie 0,'Morton; 0. ; Dumbarton 1, Third Lanark 1. � Aberdeen 2, Dundee 0. , Hibernian 2, St. Mirren 1. .WELSH OEEEIRED ,.$12000 PURSE TO . MEET DUNDEE New York, N.Y., Nov. 20.-Freddie Welsh,:world's lightweight 'champion, has been offered *12,000 to meet Johnny Dundee twenty rounds to a decision in. New Haven on next Decoration" Day,, according to Scotty Mon-teith, Dundee's manager, who returned today from a western, trip. Yale is turning out better locks than football players.' -Speaking of self-defence, Jess Wil-lard has the best system. He won't fight unless somebody bands him . $30,000. t Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 20.^Another Harvard football machine crushed Yale, 41 to 0, today, surpassing all . previous scoring records' against the j Elis. Fitly thousand people witnessed i the match' in a cold wind and furs and heavy woollens wore-.; much in evidence. ' Although the fighting -spirii which Tom Shci'liu imparted to the Yale eleven just previous tothe victory over Princeton was still fti evidence, it availed the Blue,.nothing. The savage rushes of the bulldog occasionally checked the Cambridge Advance for Ii moment, but after the initial period of*the. game ,the''.-result was never in doubt,-and interest among the Harvard clan Was centered in the size of the score that the, home university cloven run up. Harvard's Best Score Anairist Yale Their hopes of a .record Crimson tally against'the Blue were not disappointed, for before Captain Mahan and his teammates completed their final day's work of the:.10l5 football season they recorded tire largest to-ital ever'scored by a Harvard eleven ] against Yale and the largest, hut one, ever made in this eastern football classic, which dates,back to 1875. More than 30 years ago, in 1881, to be accurate, Yale defeated Harvard 48 to 0, and had today's game con- tinued for a few minutes longer these figures would have, in all probability, been equalled or surpassed. As it was, the contest established several new records for the series, for, during the triumph of Captain Eddie Marian's team, which was ct'en. greater than that of the 1.014 eleven under the leadcrsltip of Charley Brick-. Icy, Harvard scored her first touchdown against Yale in the stadium 'since that structure was erected," 12' I years ago. In addition Captain Ma-j ban closed his football career with a i wonderful display of gridiron ability, 'iduring which,.he made four touchdowns and five goals from touchdowns, for a total of 29 ppints, which is said to be an individual record for this series. Assisted by a splendid team, Ma-' ban romped around and through the Eli eleven for gain after gain, apparently not a bit hampered by the slippery and uncertain footing of the stadium turf. Mahan stood out above the other players of the Crimson machine, but Watson, King, Harte, Boles and Soucy all shone in the nerfect combination play cf Haughton's gridiron steam roller. Across the line, Scovil, Guernsey, Black, Way, Allen, and Captain Wilson were the herpes of a desperate, but unavailing stand against the charges of Harvard. Toronto, Nov. 21.-The Hamilton Tigers, champions of the Senior In-tcr-prpvincia) union, defeated the Toronto Rugby and Athletic club team, winners of the Ontario Union sanior championship, 13 to 7, in a close, hard light yesterday afternoon, and won the Dominion rugby football championship. They failed, however, to outclass the Ontario rugby football champions. Torontos outplayed the Hamilton squadron in the first half. The score was i to 1 at half-time, and Torontos looked the best team all round, but the Tigers came out for the second half'full of ginger, and gradually took command of the game and battled uphill to victory. The'game" wound up in a small riot. The.crowd did not like Referee Dixon's decisions, and "rushed1' him, and there were several mix-ups in'.front of the stand. Ditfon escaped without serious damage. His decisions, the local fans deducted, generally favored the Tigers, and there were a great many protects from the crowd during the game. The score by quarters : First quarter-T. R. and A. A'., i; Tigers,. 0. 'Half-Time-T. R., 4 ; Tigers, 1. Third quarter-T. R., 6 ; Tigers, 7. Final-T. R., 7 ; Tigers, 13. U.S. Gridiron Scores 7. KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY THE FAMOU3 Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald '': , GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent 407 5th St. 8. - Phone 1032 Syracuse 0, Dartmouth 0. Army 17* .Springfield Y.M.C.A Deven 7,' Colorado U. p. Navy 10, Ursinus College 7. .Georgetown 16, Carolina 0. California U: 81, Nevada 6. University of Utah 20, University of Southern California 13, . Nebraska'52,: Iowa'7. Ohio State 34, Northwestern 0. Wabash 34, Dcparno 0.. .." Case 20, HiranV7. Purdue 7, Indiana 0. Case. 0, Team of 1905 12 (two games for Case). Trinity 9, Weslcyan 0. Lehigh 6, LaFayette 35. Fordham 14, Carlisle 10. ' Middleuury 0, Vermont 0. Kennselear V, Worcester 0. Washington and Jefferson 59, Bethany 0. Johns Hopkins 20, St. Johns 6. S\Varthmbre 7, Haverford 2. Mornirigside 20, Iowa Normal 9 Columbia 10, New York. ig. - Carnegie 30, Western Reserve 6. Rutgers 39, Stevens 3. Buffalo 7, Rochester 3. South Dakota Aggies 6, Dakota Weslcyan 0. Fordham university 14, Carlisle Indian school 10. Illinois college 111, Carthage 0. Shattuck 15, St. Johns 7. Albion college f>, Olivet 3. William Jewell 10, Drury (i. Rhode Island State 19,-New Hampshire State 0. university TIE FOR IHE BIG NINE CONFERENCE TITLE. U.S. Chicago, Nov. 20.-The '.'Big Nine" football season ended with the-championship honors divided , by Illinois and Minnesota. Both Gophers and II-lini came through the season undefeated and both downed their strongest rivals, Wisconsin and Chicago. In 'their Own game they played a ti-t-.i-6 .tie. Minnesota crushed the Badgers to-: day 20 to 3, against. Illinois' 17 to 3 against the same team ; Illinois de-! Coated Chicago, 10 to, 0, as compared j to the Gophers' 20-to-7 victory over i the iVla'roons, so comparative scores I give the Mincesotans a three-point 'advantage in each case.'- � .,.'-" The Illini, with a weak team in the field, were held to a tie by the; Ohio State early in the season, while Minnesota has a clean record of victories except for a draw at Urharia. TORONTO DROPS OUT OF GIANT BUCK IS KILLED Ellenaburg Hunter Bags Deer Weighing 350 Pounds. Ellensbug, Nov. 20.-Will Johnson last week killed a mammoth buck deer. It had antfers with a spread of 31% inches, which Is reported to be I equal to the record. It is estimated jthat the deer weighed fully 350 I pounds. It was shot in a canyon load-] ing off the north fork of the Teana-iway, near'Beverly �creek.  The head I was brought here by Colie-Snow, and is to be sent to Seattle to be mounted T EASTERN HOCKEY CLEAN V Montreal, Nov. 20. - Another important change in hockey rules is being boomed by sporting men closely connected, with the N.H.A. and may be considered at the next meeting of the N.H. A., directors. The latest agitation has to do with plans tor a change in the penalty system. Under the existing rules it is claimed, to be not. unusual for a club which. is handicapped by a fast man on the opposing side to send a poor playef pii the ice to get the "star." The1 pnly penalty usually has been a period in the timer's box, after which a fast player is put on to replace the "killer." ' LIKE POLO "What is? proposed now is a .'system* something along the lines of the'polo system. For every foul committed a reduction would be made from the score. This would mean that the game would be won and lost on points instead of goals, every goal counting one or two?points, as it is found to work out best. - For each --'foul committed a quarter or half a "point or a point would be deducted from the total points and the office of penalty timer would be turned into that of a scorer, and there would.he no such thing as being ruled off for roughness. Toronto, Nov. 20. - Tho National Hockey Association was furnished another sensation late tonight, -when it became known that there is likelihood that Toronto will this winter not be represented at all in tho league. Briefly, the Toronto franchises, both held by E. J. Livingstone, but one which he has be.n ordered to sell, will probably he placed either in cities in the United States-Boston preferred for one franchise-or runain inoperative for this season, leaving the N.H.A. to operate as a four-club organization for this season. Rumors of these facts were current in some quarters during today, but no confirmation could be obtained. Late tonight, however, confirmation and details were learned from Mr. Livings stone. PLAYER SUSPENDED Victoria Soccer Stiff League Metes Sentence Out Victoria', B.C., Nov. 20.-A meeting of the Victoria Football association was held last night in the Y.M.C.A., when the officials took the first steps to prevent rowdyism on. the football field by making an example of the tirst man accused. Allie McGregor, the Jackson's football player, who was charged with having struck Taylor of the,.Thistles on the field last Saturday has been suspended for the remainder of the playing season. - The officials of the association announced that they wfil suspend all players who participate in fiat fights while on the playing field. Ulsters with Style Well cut and tailored, Becoming! Badly cut and made, Very Ugly! Which do you prefer ? MODEL A 365-363 lllS-ie Models for Winter have shape retaining styles, peculiarly their own. $18. $20. $25; or $50. All equally well cut & made. Obtainable only L. KEEL 813 5th Sireer, South J9*5 WINS IN FOURTH Jack Dillon Knocks Out Prank Farmer Oshkosh, Wis., Nov. 20.-Jack Dillon knocked out Frank Farmer in the fourth round of a .scheduled ten-round fight, here last night. Dillon had everything to hlmse'if in the first three rounds, and ended the fight by a right hand ^mnch over"Farmer's heart in the fourth. BICYCLE RIDER KILLED Chicago, 111., Nov. 20.-In the first heat of the Amateur Handicap at the opening of the aix-day bicyde races, last night, Louis Kuehl was instantly killed when, on his third lap, he plunged over, the --rail on the north turn, and fell thirty feet to the concrete' floor below. Herman Hoffman, who was heading, started to slip, and Kuehl swung high to avoid him, skid-dins oyer the rail. . FIGHT or PA Y That others may fight in yaur stead. We can't all go to the front, but those of us who can% can do "our bit" at home by paying Think of the Alternative: British Freedom Or Prussian Militarism Liberty and Happiness Or Oppression & Sorrow It's a privilege to do something to help the cause at this time of national stress i Lethbridge Patriotic Fund Campaign offers you the opportunity to help, so subscribe to the Patriotic Fund when they call upon you. 1 MUNICIPAL POT NOW si AT ~slBTBJ-,' I^WIMWKe /t^k^^isrtJsW the season and plans are not yet announced, the voters! list. has been, carefully looked after and. tho nest, as it were, kept carefully warmed up. Mayor Bowness will not be a'candidate for office during the coming year. The names of Lester Clapp and James Finlay have been', mentioned. Mr. Finlay was formerly: mayor, and owns considerable property 'in the city, Mr. Clapp is now ssrving the city as alderman. For the office oi aldermen the names of- Harry Hicken- hotham, W. B. McFarlane^... son, L. P. Sullivan and C$1 are mentioned. It is quite;' several of the present, oSMBf, ofler themselves.for re-electijo far a very likely crop ' oi;<^ will he in the field, - , ^*tf. The investigatidn conSttCte^J spector Wynn into t}ie proyiir-licc service;, no, with the Cranbrook city polfjg Inspector Wynri has no 9%f':,Ji as to the conduct of the-clt^:': ^^^^^^ THE MAN BEfflfID ;THLE P|r" rtitpok years -ojl riand carefid experiment.---before the^||^pc^^^ rich OpotWW^ir^0Mml!^^ ; ExtractuM|,:^iplirpP iiected so as:'to;be:bbri^|M| l^-tHe.' most delicate stomach: ' Qwing to its perfection , * i la Quins da Penm has won the:^nfidence 6f;jt|^^ftiuulMUi Me/ikst Profession by reason 0f the high standard of r*<^ fle^o|^^|^^ti^|v, namesrrlopkfdr ^e/|ac-simile of thf pmpne mi 01 ?770 96 ;