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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBRIDGE PAITA' HERALD Tuesday, November Foolball Association Decides on Parting of Ihe Withdraw From Union Too SWIMMERS HAD CLASH But Finally Got Their. Way anc Will Act Independently-Ol- and Lacrosse FEDERAL INVADES INTERNATSO.NAL LEAGUE Montreal. N'ov. The Amate-u Athletic ot Canada 03 Satar dav dsteMed 3 motion of the Domin ion Football association asking tor ti lecinding of the motioa passed at tin last 'year's meeSiiis Khich prohlbiuj amateurs" and professionals appear- ing In joint competition. Following the announcement ol tbe vole Presi- dent Tom Watson, of the D. I'. A; an- nounced' the parting of the srays "be-' ttteen hi 8 Msociation'and the parent tiooy, aui the refusal o! mV asEOCia- lion to make. any. further overtures for alliance: The question as lo bow Uw'.Mon-. Irea! Amateur' Athletic association. "whose action allots competition or'ajainst will Though lie National Commis- sion officials deride the idea of the era- selling a footing ia the eaetem cities, it must be admitted tbat the newer organization Is giving the majors not a lltile worry. The plan of at- tack that the Federals are Miry- ing oai is to secure plants in Alt- ferent cities in the International league circuit. It will be remem- bered that the Class A A leagues wero formed to accept a salary lim- it list ysar. much to the disgust of tne tos. Noiv, If Federal league can give the fans in these cities anything approaching major league ball, it is a certainty ibat the fans will not support the infer, ior article as .supplied by Inter- national teams. Baltimore, for instance. That town is every bit as lu-ge as Detroit, and an oven better basebsll it must j support a team that is far removed from the major league, slanted.. Toronto and Buffalo would wel- come major league baseball, and who can tell but that the organiia- rion of the Federal it the -wedse that will mean another baseball war, with history rejeating as it did when the American league ctme Into baseball? MAGNATES TO A MAN IN FAVOR OF SECURING M. W. LEAGUE PRESIDENT'S SERVICES Chicago, 111., Nov. A. Jonts, former manager, and president ol the N'oitlnvcsltrn League, is wanted by the tcdtral !fi- z'ucrs as head of the iudepeoocnt cir- cuit. This iiifbrmution came to light at as. important meeting ol the reorls held tcre last work, Hi-waid. Hamilton representatives of the'Wal- timote Club, declared that the inde- pendents (o a man vrcro in favor of haucg Joces at tbp head of the ot- canizalion. The former Sox thry realize, isVthotousb.lv mtoim- ed and practical baseball man. DEATH TOLL OF 0, S. RUGBY SEA. 195 MEN WERE INJURED THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHTWEIGHT HANDS AMERICAN HEAVY PUNISHMENT main In affiliation th'e. gortTUlng body when -the same privilege is de- nied tbe Di F. a inucs mooted one- The discussion occupied fully three hours of an already stormy session. A suggestion was made hy the Quebec branch that the union confine its -jurisdiction to oilier than team competition. This motion was laid on the table. Another rupture was averted when A. E. Vert, of i SOCCER BOOM j IN EAST NSXT YEAR Toronto-Hamilton League Will In Rocheiler and Buffalo teams. Toronto. Ont. Xov. That soc- cer is going to bocm next season is evidenced by the'preparations being made by the Kastern Football asso- ciation, and the local professional or- ganization. Arrangements have teen, made so that the Island stadium, and Scarboro Beach field will he used by the local professional teams fov thetr ga.mes. 7he league, which at present In- cludes ihe two loeal and Queen City, and Hamilton' City and Hamilton United, will branch put and talte in two American teams, one representing Buffalo and the other Rochester. They" will play and-tome series, the season Chicago, HI, Nov. prayers were killed 1S5 Injured )n the football games In the seiton which virtually closed Saturday. This record of casualties is only slightly below that of 1512, when 13 flayer- met death and 1S3 were injured. These figuroa wive compiled by ureas reports published here. The In- jured Include only those who suffered broken bonos, torn llFau'.enlB. severe strains and sprains, and Internal in- juries.. Ot the'll 13 succumbed to injuries occurlng this-'year.-' COM. eStier, formerly a Ilamline Unl- ersity player, died Nov. 1.1 .St. aul following a complication ot dls- ases resulting from' Injuries several ears ago. Several..otter esulted with few.-exceptions from actured token nei ilnal [injuries. Only ayers we AUSTRALIA IS DEVElJOPING ANOTHER GREAT CHOP OK EXPONENTS OF Q1JEENSBERKY ART AS WAS THE CASE A'FEW DECADES AGO Counlry Tlial Furnished Ihe Ring Villi Filzsitnniotis, (ivifl'o, Jackson, Hull, f.rralon, Tracey ami Others Is Making Systematic EITorl lo Produce More Champions in May and ending about the last o August, and. will he opened again about. Ihe middle of September. presence oi spectators at the Stsdiura tonight, Pal Mrown o! Min- r.esota, ar.d Herb McCoy battled twenty iuiious rounds, furnishing tie most exciting contest heie in many loai days: The strenuous w'oik of tie two boys kept the spectators n a seetVng storiri oi erciteicent tvtty .minute oi goinj. -McCoy was awarded at the end ol the twentieth round, and ttc decisioa was heartily chesrcii by af large majority o! the spectators. He nad twelve cleanly in his j the glass and attacked tie stulfen an HURT THE BEAR' Spokane, Wash., Nov. ins the defiant attitude 6! a mouate polar hear which stands In a cabinet in front of a Riverside avenu a while pit" bulldog plnnged. throug favor, and the match hauded Vlrown a lot oi very heavy punishment. Brown stood up well un- der the mauling. and was dangerous at eveiy staze of the 5ame.- The toys found themselves within an ounce of each other in" the matter of -Rt-Ight when they stepped on the sVaie. RITCHIE CONCEDES A POINT ON WEIGHT Westminster, opposing tio rules laid down by the Amateur Swimming loclatlori .regarding the amateur ant professional ''definition, moved an amendment that the Swimming as- sociation should not he received Into an alliance or. such terms. This near ly precipitated the walking out of th swimming delegates in a body, but ai agreement was reacted between th east and west acceptable to both hod les. The result is that the Swimmers association remains in alliance am Trill ha recognized solely as the gov- erning body tor Sfflmmiag. water polo and diving, and as the sole arhitetr In all dispute in eorjirwtiiJu with the sport it governs. Tn future! only C. A. S. A. cards will be recog- nized in aquatic competitions. As the Y. M. C A. athletic ama- teur cards are recognized by the A. A. U. of as In the new agree- ment oniy those ol the swimming aa- Eociatlon will be recognized In open competition, other than championship or international, more complications may7" arise. After the Boxen Cordon C. Bowie, former president of'the Quebec branch, brought out the fact that the details of the boxing championships held list year at Tor- onto were managed by a professional T. Flanagan. After considerable ar- gument a motion was passed that all championship boufs be held under am- ateur, supervisions, and no cbam plonshlp In a ring of leas than the second-class ones. regulation 10-foot size shall be valid. Cyclists Withdraw, Still another difference regarding, led to the Canadian smcc OI bmelllc' wheel men withdrawing from the un; ion. The C. W. A. insisted upon the irnal. The dog was badly cut abou the Ifft Iront farx, and was sent t Ihe emergency hospital for repair Tbe tear T unhurt Nor. Ritchie will >ox Tommy >lurphy, De-1 mber 10, as originally decided upon.! The lightweight champion has j agreed, tHrough Manager Harry a compromise that -makes tie weight 135 pounds one hour before ihe light and.Promoter J. W. Cof- frotfis accented, Tftiring to Jim Buck- ley ia New York to send Murphy to the coast at once so that he might tafce up tram.og as as possible. WHIST LEAGUE TONIGHT The third round of the schedule of the tethbrldgs Whist League will be played off tonight In the S. 0. E. Hall, when all members are requested to attend at S sharp. ..The various meet as follows: CaUtfiS VB. C. O. F. Invicta vi. Court Star A. O. F. BriUanias vs. S. O. E. Cumberland vs. Nomads, The Kentjshmen at their meet- Ing fait night decided to enter a second team under name of "Invicta'' which will -brinfl" the. league up 16 the full-strength of ten teams. There Is no Iri the vorld why Australia should r.ot produce another crop of fighters aucb, as she to us atioul twcnty-thrc-e years ago. In every town and hamlet m the Antipodes have crucled stadiums devoted to boxing end exhibltloTis. The In tho public schools are Instructed Ia the art of self-defence py tho best teachers can secure. Under conditions of this sort fall to see how country can fail to produce mulls fu. the fighting line. Recall Peter Jacfcsop, Joe Godclard, Frank Blavio. Bob Flizsiraiaoaa, Jem JilaJI, Crecdon, Tommy Tmcey. Gtorpe Murphy and Griffo, to say nothing ol lessor UghU they seut to ui? Tbe rojuarkable iblng this lot was thftt each and every one ol them bad a p'-fH of Larry fVley. How oue of our Amerlcau professors vouM coirfd he polal to'a lot of cbamptons to compare wlih the above. Anil what has become of them all3 Guuunrd ftDi Hall are dead, KlUsImmons Is In New York. Griffo is stopplnx at Blacfcwell's Island and Tommy Treccy fs io Port- .George Diwson has a great lilt at the Chicago Athletic Club; where ha has Instructor for 20 HlUy Murphy and Dan Creed on are lack iu Australia where they arc cow spectators at fights Instead of princlpale as in tUe days gone- by. ttliat a wonderful buiicli ol cbamplras to come from one country! Iu particular were Jadwon and Pilrslinmcms marvels. Jacksyn, accoid- to best flglit experts even of tojay. Is pronounced among "tha greatest that ever lived." Why, there can't Ue the Blight- est'doubt of FiUfJiDnions' claim to the mMdloweight division as Its greatest eipouent In the history ol tojiUiK. let alone Ws hemywetght claims.' It's fiblng to he> many days btforo we see Equals In the roped arena again. It's almost u safe bet their equal will not develop during our seaeratlon. GIVES FINE ENCOURAGEMENT TO NLEW MARINE ORGANIZATION AND DONATES CUP BOWLING. AT Y.M.C.A. Men Two Games Fram Telephone Night HAVING TROUBLE-OVER PAY OCKEY PLAYEBS WHO NOT-SIGNED lip HAVE. PLAGES FILLED The Business Men's Bowling team in fine form night ani talked through the TVlsphone contingent with extreme' ease. In both games mpec- tlvely-tha had more than 100 pins the best ot their opponents. for the Business Men, put up best games ol Ibe opening 185 and 184 to WJ credit... .Tho Dormitory team is' leadlnj In this series with four victories and no defeats. The Herald team, '.vlimers of the first series, are sway down just now'With "live games lost and three won.. The scores last nfcht: Mtn Xpy-, The-pitf" ockey :club is" evidently-.due lor.- a iatlle witli-Jts, ie" ora'e time "hut" up pres- ent Manager: Percy Lesueur- is the only man who has" signed.' Uesueui he 'one 'o! Ihe higjitst paid men n the'.NS 11. A'.- :i-'f-l- V liro'adb'ent gets a 'Rrise brer last salaty, hut Is'Sssatisriid, and laccaih'.and cuu, ivhich lave called forth IhtE.'ats.to.-quit the ;ame. Batc'ol the team committee, lutes i ol- >rs will be the dub will at or.M prccce'd the places qt those who have nol'sigritd up. Dcnison cud Ilenedlct_will demand big salatUs Item the pntarios, who have purchased them Ottawas. JlcArUw Robertson Total Mcllyes Telephone 185.' 177 U3 10? 613 IS3 114 133 .US 463 143 153 131 611 1-0 114 iu. .Total The Lumbermen 'Will allempt a fal out of tiie brigade lompr row ulght.., BaiKetbjil Meeting There will be a meeting of all thos jreaied in basketball at the Y >l A. at eight p. m. Old Country Football LEAGUE TIT BITS Tl.ere is some talk Of the two Kol- jiitont play. He is only 5 lect tingham clubs amalgamating. It inches in height, but be has a t would r.ot be a bad idea. One good heart. GOV. TENER PLEASED WITH JOB PMUdllphji, Nov. John -Tener, presldent-designatv oF Nfttlonal-league, left here for narrltbury at enthusiastic ovtr new "fob" ai any fan ever over a world's He will be elected formally to the office In New York Dec. 1, but'will to accept any sal- ary until jubernltorlal term explrei. SOFT MONEY TLe fact that Ills Hosal I'iRbntss the B'JVt el ConnangW is ttuly a "soUlcr I'tisce" was made evident to fullest degree during his re- cent voyage to Canada on tbe It. M. K. Kmpiess ol Biitain. His lioyal Highness, who is a Patron ol .the ship's rile flub, showed kcea fQtbu- stasm in the esploits ot ibe tilkmtn, and the ol umrs Ior aiarksminshtp afforded tho DuVe an opportunity to express his appwcia- ,tioa ot the men's vroik. The prizes were laid out in tte ship's first data jtiining siloou, and, after being in- spccleJ by His Roral Hishness and ike I'rincess I'ltrkia, tne Duke made few complimentary remarks to each recipient. The conctudcil with an address by His Koyal High- ness, ol which the following is a brief "resume I am proud io be a pa Iron of yo'Jr especially so as it is tha first ol its kind to ti6 lormed in tie. .Mercantile Maiiue, and no doubt, it will be the means ol inducing other ships to do likewise." H was said in the oldtn days that we were tbe best archers in the world, and I do not see why, with a little practice, we cannot become tho best shots. I am glad to notice bow this club ft form- ed of all departments ol your ship, and how one and all Irom these de- partments together with sopd (teling and engage in Irier.dly sivalry [io pursuit o( these prites. no doubt that through ehe initiative oE your Captain Hurray; this ciiib lias met with such success, and 1 assure you I shall to most prouJ to bear ol your further successes, ot which, no doubt, you will.keep me informed. I might tlon that should my sUfi ever be in" Quebec at the same time as your; ship they will make a great ettoit to break your sequence ol succcs'sfs in rifle shooting. In conclusion I- wish the club cvety success, and.wheti get settled down in Ottawa, 1 The Pittsbur'g Pirates received -uavc-grrel in sending you a the cup for competition next year, and I thank 3'bu, very "muclj lor making your patron." _________ each for tbeir share In Cleveland" series. HOCKEY PLAYER KILLED London, Ont., N'ov, the death of Ross Groves, formerly ker player on tho London O, II. A.I team of 1912, at the hands o! a com-, panlon, Herb Nicholas, whoee gun nt' off accidentally, reached here Irom tiruco Mines, the borne of the victim. Imlde the of 3 cigar you'll find the.rea- son {or ils success or fail- Get inside WORLD'S RECORD FOR 130 YARDS Vorl-, Nov. P. of Sp.-ingKeld, Jfaas., cniiallcd the world's record in the ISO yard riin at the opening of the local indoor alh> c season at the ISth regiment ar- mory In IJio tlma j was )2 4-5 seconds. liana Kohlemainen of the Irish Ara- A. C., flarUng from scratch, woii the three mile run In 4-5 more than two seconds slower than bis world's record. team is appreciated more than two When first started, the Sunderlar.d to In rnn P. C, funds were very la-x, and Purceli of Park is consider- 'keep it from" disbanding one of me cd the fct Icft-ltacV tl.eclub has had .members decided to raffle n canary. IThis brought in 110, and proved the tutning point in 'the club's catcer. Since then Ihey never looked back. The Old says: "Buy when-the cold" is only of saying "strike while tho iron's Litlic tie outside right _________________ Totlenham Hotspur, is fairly amus- lo place Ihem upon the aairfe pro- 'tig (be Londoners by his grtat, mag- frarn with amateurs. The Olympic. The Olympic organization was upon a permanent basis, and irlll be knoTn as the Canadian Olym- pic association, with J. o. Merrick, ai Its head and Dr. J, Dmce JfacDonald chairman of the Athletic Union j committee, 1 Lacroite. .'A communication was received from the .Canadian Amateur Lacrosse (o cooperate with'trustees In the national game upon competition only between district and league champions recognized by A. A. Hie Most c-f the amendments to the ton- stilutlon proposed were tabled. To he de.Iinil'on the words "or araiteur footing in its proper of Canadian J, 3, Lai- IT chilrman of the Minn cup Iratttei. U wja decided Mtnn trophy would be Ibe champion trophy ellflble fer Sheflicld ffedr.cjday directors, it is said, are more determined Ihsn ever that Daviil McLean will play (or no other league club than' Iheir Derby County beat Kuniierianit the race for Moore, the clever, speedy, sharp-shooting OIossop in- Dr. W. n. Charlottetown, P. K. r. Kirat vice J. (i. David. son, Vancouver, n, c. Second vioe prcaidtnt Thos. Itoyd. artlcle V. ago tUs Johnston, ;raorc. Leeds City we're also WMeis ifor the player, The MlOTrlng officers elected: Mrc H8 Winnipeg. Treasure Sec Norton onto. I'cterson, vho Is at-prcscnt taking Ihe place of Alcx.Smllh In Olasgow Ranges' team, is displaying phcno- II. lirure, McDonald I fotm, and his local admirers rc- II. Cr07.e, Tor-.gret Itiat owinz lo klrlh is ineligible lo play for Scotland. Warm winter The boat Semi-ready Tailor- ing serviceable several season Top Coats and ulsters Coats with belted backs Shaggy, woolly coals Motor coats INslera. This is tho time when thej think of And you've never" heard o ittor than Semi-ready. The price-savings will aV make you feel -warm in cole weather. be Semi-Ready Ston Ernprett Block, Biiemin, Mjr, ORO'S GREAT FINISH ONE OF Clear Havanas Spiit ont open and see the fins. Ung siHps sf Havana Ihe inside part lhal gives the cigar ilj dislinclive flavor. Note the absence of short "sciappy" the long Icava cost raoie, but in lhi> factory cost is never illowed to deter quality. -We nc producing cigar with a certain appeal For connoisseur. Are you connoisseur? Clear Havana! are joU at moil gootj shaps, in various shapes and s'aa. Popular Ivo-for-a-quartcr, W. R. Webster Company, Limited Sherbiooke, Quebec BEST ON RECORD That old De Oro, I ccompUihed the tmoxpected In h "with. Carney laat week. Tr.e eteran Culjati wizard (he favor- to hetore the match, hut he fell so ar behind the PncK-lc coast player at close ot tbe second night's play hat even hU most ardent admirers hought he had shot his bolt. But In the words of his nest oppon- nl, Charier Morin, of Chicago, who the game, "Ue Oro played me ml lards of his life" in that last blocK, and simply turned what appeared lo K certain defeat Into one of tho most lous victories of Ms career. Car. ney had sixteen points lead when they stopped to the table for Ihe final lilt, Oro, by wcmderJul work dur- ing which he had runs ol 9 and 7, forged ahead and finally won out TO 'SAIL FOR AUSTRALIA Al Mope, who is over In I'arls with a string ot American nghtcrt, has practically mado up his mind lo sail for Australia (Tom England with Jeff the Bayonne middleweight, and tionberg, a French mlridleTrtlght, whom 1'lppo claims is some fighter. has hecn promised Ihreo fight for each fighter, An Acceptable Christmas Gift For Your Friends in the Old Country Hudson's Bay Best Scotch Wbiskey in Fancy Jug, Freight and Duty Paid Thero are many people living hero who would like their friends across the sei to receive a botlla of Hudson's llajr key for- Cbrlaimas, but have been deterred from sending owing lo the complicated customs regulations. will deliver Freight and Duty paid lo any address In Ihe United KlnVdom. a One- Quart fancy Royal tloullon Ware Jug of Hudson's Bay rtfl famous "Best Procurable" Scotch Whiskey at each Let ui have your order early to eniure prompt delirery being made The Hudson's Bay Co. ;