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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE MlLY HERALD Monday, November 24, 1913 M'GILL LIKELY UK-ITS ME Amateur Standing jeopardized by Donnely Who May be Professionalized Toronto, OnL, Nov. 24. A del- patch from Halifax this morning Dor. rit My, the grtal line plunger on rugby team, played prafes- ftionil for thrte years In that cltyi Should thli be verified, H may be that McGlli will be compelled to b the Intercolleglite cham- 'Varilty officials here say that lit le bottom of this. If Donnelly a professional he has endangered the status of every niembtr of the McGill team or oppos- who have played with or agtirm him, knowlni him to be any- thing but an amateur. rumor haijgot to the Varsity ThTre may i j'rand old ihake-up In in. tercolleglate rugby circlet BURY SEAT STOCKPORT London, Xov. The scheduled league game of Saturflav atjan- dpued.on account ot Inclenieut weath- er, between Bury and Stockport coupty, TIB played today and resulted ID a irin for the former by ".score of ouo goal to nil. EBIETTS PRAISES. DAHLEN ;..Vcw Xor. Dah- len, who if is released yesterday after fear years' management of tbe Brook- -iyii National- league baseball" chib, does not retire icitioat praise 'from PreEliieat Charles H. Bb- tetts said ttat in Joanding an uncondl-. "lipnal rjlease to his manager be.hid performed the most unpleasant diity of In "liad" shown wonderful .judgment" in baadlinj the Brooklyn meo. OUR, NEW COAT SHIRTS are for mni mar- for comfort. They and It wag" nip and tuck all the way; In fact, a tad pass by a Toronto play- er gave tbe paddlera tie IK HONOR McGlLVS YICTGHY OVER VARSITY. FOR THE INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE Like true sports, the Varsily rooters formed Into two large M's, one of white and the other of red, the two McGill colors, In honor' of McGill University. 'FIVE: HUNDRED DOLLARS OR 30 DAYS.1' SAID MAGtSTRATE TO GUILTY ONE HAMILTON WON'INTERMEDIATE Toronto, Oat, _6t. MlciaeVs team was no match (or the Hamilton East End Y. M. C. A- .asgTesraUon In fie Dominion semi-final-of the intermediate series, iwhich" was played at the Cuiversity stadinm on Saturday, The Hamilton team were1 easy winners by a score of 11 to I, Toronto, more the seven- men accused ot .making hand books, attested last in a raid, vreie remanded, this time to Thursday. One case, hpcrcrer; was disposed of, John Campbell pleaded guilly to taking some beis on the streets. "Pice hundred dollars and costs ot 30 decided mag- istrate.'The other cases called were those oi John and James Chadwick, John Gagen, Thomas Qebrge McFarlaiie, Sylvsslsr-'.r.O'-BrjfT'. Fied Elliott, all charged-with keep? ing, common betting houses; CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MH.D, MELLOW JUICY Manuftcturtd fcy R6CK CO, Winnipeg BEATEN pnt.i Nor. Collegiate institute defeated Toronto varsity here. Saturday 5 to 0, thus nlag the .junior inter-collegiate chimpioehip. He Was Plap'ng for Victoria in Game Against New Zealand All-Blacks-Was, Kicked in the Head..andMed; on the W ay to the Hospital fa PATRONS RATHER DISGUSTED WITH AMERICAN PUGILISTS- NT IER POPUPLAR yorJr. Nov. boiing game in Paris is attracting such, small crowds lust now that it is expected all the American fighters who went over there will be back In this coun- try 'wlthfrr tie-next few weeks, .Two "of them have already retunefi. They Johnny and Joe Hyland. The failure of jack ojhnsori lo fight any rf the American .heavyweights has so dlsjusted tbe Paris la 03 that they hare refused to patronize any of the ing shews held there. The only tight- er than a big crowd when he battles Is George Carpentler, tht French champion and Idol of France. The bout between Young Ahern, the American, and Bartoux, the 'French- man, drew that between Joe Highland, the American, and Pipan, champion of France, while the go between Paul Til and De Ponthlejij the French featherweights, drew G AIUKE GOOD OF A RINK AGAIN TO THE FRONT HERE There! has been i excellent skating at the Henderson "part lake Jor the past thrfee or four days. A large num- ber of skaters were seen -there lerday. Tbe Ice ,is very-smooth and the nights are just cold enough to fcfieb'lt in fine condition. There has been' some rick and hockey talk.- but it seems as If no to make the.venture; There, hockey without a rinK be no rink- until someope a little in- itiative and nerve" things. It as .general opinion points "a Iprovo a success. FUIJI 0 VERY ALE EM Biickely in Game and His Work Spelled Weat for Yale Cambridge, Maes., NOT. Harvard football team ot 1913, with full kack Charts E. Brkkley play- ing the stellar role, cstablshed a new epoch ,ic crimson gridiron history to- day by beating Yule for the first time in the stadium by tbe score et IS to 5. Although 20 poInU were scored by the two elevens, neither succeeded in carrying the ball across the other's goal line and all the points were tho direct or Indirect result of kicking. Seven times during tl.'j sixty minutes of play -Bricktey drove tbe ball, spin- ning and turning over tbe heads of llic Yale players, and so deadly was his accuracy with eye and toe that five times the ball crossed the goal bar for the crimson points. Four times Uuernsey, Yale'ft field goal kicker, essayed the feat, and but once did the leather cross Har- vard's goal. The Yale's fcarned three there were added an unearned two, due to an unintentional safety by Left End O'Ecien of Harvard. la every department the Crimson surpassed the Blue, and there was ample reason for the unrestrained enthusiasm and rejoicing In Boston and Cambridge tonight, During the sixty minutes ol the struggle on the turf ol the stadium, Harvard gained 229 yards and nine first downs in 57 rushes, against Yale's 145 yards arid first downs in 41 rushes. Mahan gained 777 yards in punts, to 453 yards in the combined 13 punts by Gueinsey and Knowles. Brtcfcley kicked five goals out ol seven .tries, covering 3, total ot 301 Guernsey's one goal a total of I'M yards- players ran back Yale punts against 54 yards thus re- gained by the Eli back field. In penal- ;ies Vale lost; 30 yards for holding and rough tackling," five raids for offside play. More than ol tbe alumni, ol- the gathered irom all parts pi the country' lor tbe game. As ii in recognition of Iht itnpoctr ance-acd setting of the contest, the vreiiher man brote his "promise oi the nizht before and brought forth as per- fect an Indian summer day as the most discriminating enthusiast could hayci Victoria, Nov. first fatality' ever recorded, in EnsliEh rugby in this country occurred on Saturday Peter Ogden, playing full buck for Victoria against .Xew. Zealand "was kicked ou the head and pas'sed in the ambulance which was him to St Joseph's hospital. Osder. was avAstitutlng for Spencer, the reg- ular full anj was pressed Into Mrvice at the last minute. He playing a hard game up until (he tlma lie received his injurj- which later resulted in hts dea'tb. Twice "re- Tiously he had been temporarily in- capacitated and one occaglbn was daz- ed for several minutes. 'It was In the last half when hh tacltitd hear- ily, and in the subsequent niBh was, H Is believed Itlcfced on the head. He was carried to the dressing room "and the amanlancTe called. ;.He died before the hospital reached. lu consequence'of accent it is doubtful play here Tuesday'. They sail for hpire on An. Inquest will he.held here on Monday and sev- eral of the touring footballers will tes- tify. "The deceased player was a na- tive of Victoria. also prom- inent in rowing circles, having i Victoria at the big' inter- nationiil regatta during, tho past season a.-. f'. -r- The All-Blacks easily defeated the home team by a aeore of 35 points to In the- second, gafcxev, mitches they have" scored a total of 5644 points agalnBt .S. On they outplayed the, hope'team at nil Old Country Football, VICTORIA HOCKEY TEAMS SHOW SIGNS OF BEING BETTER THAN LAST YEAR .Victoria, Xov. the cham- pions will have a.faster and even bet- ter scoring division this winter than they did last year, Is the opinion of r those -rtio have been following the practices of Iho local Tho' signing of Kerr-trill give Victoria a grand forward, one who Is like A flash on bli skates and a marvelous shot. Kerr one ot the real stars of the N. U. A. when with the Olldwa i club two years ago, aod while some-, aof a Ty Cobb In the matter of temperament Is none the lesz valuable to club. He win give Vlclwb an- other player ol the Dimderdale a beautiful gtlcX-handler and a fin- ished shot. It is possible that Kerr may be tried out on (he defence, ho has had a .iittjo experience with the Ottawa club In front oi the nets.. The team all -touhd looks an aggrega-' flon with an even srealer ftcorlng power than last year, when Ihe r.ham- Iiad a wide margin ID storing. London, Xov. are the results ol Ilugby games played Saturday 62 grounds ol the first men- tioned club: I-jnca5hire 5, Durham 24, I-eicestcr 3, Abtravon 3. Northampton 0. N'ewport- 13, Uanelly 3', Pen'artb II. Pontypool 3, bevon Albion C. Moseley 3, Bedlord 3. NORTHERS UNION Salford 13, Ilimslet 0. Oldham 20, Hull 0. Rochdale Hornets 33, Leigh 0, Wigan 30, Urotighlon H. 'd. St. Helens 11, Barrow 18. C, Wiiir.cs 3. .Huncoin 11, Swihton 7. lMis'2, Huddtrsfield II.- Halifai 0. Bewsbuiy 0. Hull Kingston H. 34, York 16. Biadlord.3, ttafcfficld T. 5. IU1S1I LEAOUE Qlentoian 3, Cliftonvilla 0, IlcKast 3, Distilleryrl: Llnficlit 2, Hohcmlans.l. Shclhourne 1, (Jlenavon' 0. Other football games were publish- ed in Saturday's issue.- FEW BRITISH OOLFERS'RETURN HOME AFTER MAKING TOUR OF AMERICA l.cndon, Xov. and Ray arrived at Uvetpool yesterday on the Star liner Ccltfc and nQnpunc- ed their intention' (a say 'nofWng aliout their tour in America'. Thy aditfd had a sickening oxperi- at tlie hands ol Hie American newspapers. They :-'ptit into out mouths things we never. and they were -irresponsible and inaccu- rate.1.' The altitude of Vardon arid" Fla? toward the American press Is iccoid- ingly one of supreme and a good deal of blUerness still rar.klts iri tliftr minds. They also hinted at a.grievance against the.English ptess ati4 they have preserved bundlt of clippings to corroborate their views said Vardon, In conclusion, "is why we decided not to say any: at present about America 6r its golf courses and Rollers, and can- .nbt say wtat our plans are. All w ncnl to tell you, is that Oulmel who wun the. cliarapionshlp, was i fir.e player anil desri red to win." Vaidnn'AhJ K'ay then and parted. CHICAGO DEFEATED WISCONSIN SUgg Field. Chicago, 111., >iov. Outclassing, ou.lgamln; and outluck- fng their opponents, University of Chicago football stars defeated the University of Wisconsin men 10 to 0, and captured tho undisputed title of conference champion. Battering the Baiigers lo blU, the Maroona wound up their 1913 campaign -with a victory so lopsided that It left no doubt of their the game the title. CLOSE CALL FOR INDIANS Syracuse, N. Y., Nor. Car- Isle Indians defeated Syracuse In the Aahbold stadium today 35 to 27. The same was one of the mott spectacular ever seen In this dty. Syracuse was the first to score, but Uie Indiana fol lowed with a touchdown -and all throuEh the game the two elevens took turns In scoring-- TWO U. S. BIRDMEN KILLED San Diego, Cal, Nov. ants Ellington and. Kelly, first .div- ision army aviation co'rps wero killed loday In a fall of abfliit SO ttti. In an serojlane.' Tile" 'accident, 'occurred across the hay frrfm San Wegii on tie grounilB of Iho army School On the north Island. C. E. MACDONALD The substitute flying wing of the Vanity team. He replaced ChirlM Case In the championship game with ill and pltycd a grand game. NOTED RUGBY GAMES Final Clashes that Have Made His- tory for Canadian Titles The largest, ecore ever made In a Canadian .rusby final was Sn when the hurricane Slontreal team of hat beat Peterboro, cbanipions 'A tho O.R.K.U. 77 to 6, the junc.ha- ng decided on a .field of Ice. 'Close Inals.-were 1834, when Oitr.wa Col- beat Queen's 185S -whonOt- awa UnlversHy heat Toronto Uiiiver- slty lS97'whon Oltavi C'on.yo beat Huroilton I90i wben.Ot- Hough Riders beat Ottawa Col- ege This latter ww-a if a battle, CANDIDATES HAVE ONE MORE WEEK TO WORK FOR THE REGULAR PRIZES SATURDAY'S RESULTS .'Following are (ho Mauits.'Of lirday's football games: Minnesota 19, Illinois 9. Chicago 19, Wisconsin 0. Purdue fndlans 7. nhln Stale 68, ChrlBlitii Bros. 7, Notre Dame 20. Carlisle 35, Syracuse 27. Navy 48, N. Y. u. N, 0. Case 27, Kenyon 13. Harvard 15, 6. ..Army, H; Springfield 7. 0; LafaroUi 7. Camera Technical 6; Haverford 10. Rutgcra, M; Stevens 0. Holy Cross Worcester Technl cat C. Trinity Wculetan 0. Dickinson 35; Dceavtirl 7, lluhlenterg 6; Buckotll IS, 10 mm WILL TAKE INITIATIVE IN LINING UP LETHBRIDQE AND NUM- BER OF TOWNS Macleoil, NOT. annual meeting of the Maeleod Hockey cluU was brld in thr Queen's hotel