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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page TIIE LETIIBBIOOE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, October Callies and -Pick Team Played a Tie-Score 1 lo 1-Teams were Weak GYMNASTIC CLASSES IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE A class for the instruction 'of pyamasiK'd been started in Westminster school gymnasium, Ju'LiJIy lent by ihe School Board. It has fceea in progress for Iho vast two weeks, but the attendance has been Ur from and un- less a good turnout is assured on at eight o'c'ock the class will be discontinued. Some hope thai the yoyo's men of North bridge'will rally to the aid ot Mr. Ftlmet, insiructor, and ruafte ihe class a. sacrefp- Mr. Filir.er Invites anyone interested to come and see Uie class at work. Star Performers at Wilmington Were inclined to be Nervous in Title Match GAMES IN Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAGUE SrhoSl" Beat Susiness Men Saturday Winners Yesterday The game oi foothill yesterday ai- tantc-n at ths Athlelic 'park, in which ibp ['tampion Callies stacked up apainsl a selection., from the rest i.i the city teams, was lartins in vlass. This Vias tte concensus of esurrssrii- by 1ce meagre Ltbwi) in attendance, though the score is prone to mdic.Vve liut the game was a worthy eshibiuon, worthy ot tie day ar.d tbe issue. Tbe result u'as a 3 to I- Ths ''Rest" tbe first to score. Thsy in puncturing ilie dp Sense 'about filteea minules afler the first ball kicked. A. tlu'rr shot and the ball was saved by Uinlup, the (.'allies' goal keeper, hut Ilfauer pounced 'upon it in the re- bound and sent it past Buulop lor a "The Callies made it eren in the' Tbe Telephonemen and the LuratiEr- tir.lv stages of the second halt by the .men went to .it yesterday a ternoon prowess oi an unknown and ucw ac- Uie. Telepnonenien suffered a fall, guisilion to the Callies' clan. He's Lumbermen latins the firsl tiro Case of the had'Meaks'made by her fcdm Kdnionton, just arrived, and he Sames and oppoopQts the 'last, j English rival. .HerTipabili'ty.to.do this celebrated Ms debut in local football ThE Moces i helped her to lose the championship, drcles vesterday bv making things Lumbermen W-loaS -tovih-W territory allotted lo him Telephones 479 5W SJS-1529 to protect- His playing was or.e oi the features of tte game along with ANOTHER MATCH FOR BA8RY Saturday night ttr. Business Men went down to deieijt at tbe liands oi the school team in a regularly sched- uled gamp of the Y.M.C.A, bowling league. The-scores for tbe thrw gacifs 533 503 33S-U33 429 353. School Lustnessmfn Tie school played a short tbe NEW YORK GIANTS AND CHICAGO WHITE SOX ON; WORLD'S TOUR Will Play Up Pacific Coast and Embark at Vancouver for Japan Nov. to be Some Tour This Wilmington. Del, the !'.-.'._ ..ice In five years the women's -latioual golf c'habipronshlp' has won by a playerJjprn.thq Isles. On the course of the NS'tlmlngton Country Club today Miss GUdj-s Hs- venscroft ot Brqmborp.ugh club, England, former champion of Great Britain, defeated- Miss -Marion- Holllns of this year's metro- Ijoman two 'alter a sharp contest in- -which .coin, .played good and bad golf. The match was Srjterestlng from start to finish. Both players-were ner- vous at different periods, but Miss Ra- venscrott was the steadier o'f" the Miss the-tesponB'MrUy of trying to keep the American cham- pionship at bomej'playeil'a'veo" plucty game. She got. into, frequent, trouble by maUpg bad drives acti would come u? strongly aeain Tvith shots, that .won.applause. She, however, could not .Sake advan- Both PTay Strong Long Game Both Miss Hollins and Ravens- croft were good In "their, long; game, the work of the goal keepers, anil a London, OCL Si.-Albany, the Xew bul were uncertain, and at limes veal; spectacular, kick inade br J. Banr.tr- Zealand deposited stakes''" their approaching and'putting. Not- nian for the "Kest" in the first half, for another match with Uarry, for the .fie took" a chance shot from an ex-j world's, championship. ircmely lung range, and the- tall went; as a intercepted hy v v Dunlop in tbe Callies' toaj. The wind was a potent (actor and iaimifal scientific tut it vas the means of helping Bauiierrnan's long shot mak'e the grade, which marie one ol the-, bright, spots in the game, and afforded the spectators a thrill. The Callies were r.ot our in teal strrn.slh, neither was the siUon. The 'Scots, in" iact, played a.couple ot Iheic regular c-.eti. qf: item were from the second team.! -T-Th3 game was not the creditable battle that it should have been for Thanksgiving. Barrieau Bests Burns Vancouver, B. C., Oct Barrkau, Canada's aspirant to the world's lightweight championship1, niade "Rough House'' Charley Rnrr.s, of Chicago look like a novice over twelve rounds at (lie old Steveston arena today. -REG1NA CAPTURES TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS Regiua, Sask., Oct. gfca vroa. both Saskatchewan rugbjr championships today. defeat at Moose Jaw cinches 'ibe sealor title far Hitter's while the intermediates retained the Scott Cup as- tie result ot a win over Moose Jaw seconds on the local ground. The score of 12 in 10 Is a good indication of the play. Eacb team scored two touchdowns. Regina's were ia such position that they vere converted, wiille Moose Jaw missed both, and those two extra points meant the championship. Chicago, 111., Oct. world touring White Sox of tho American League, rhimplont o! Chkigo and iha Neve .York Giants, of the Na- tlonAl League wece gtveri send off today. The day .was crisp, more suited for fooVbill tbjn but close to S.OW pertons ittended. Both clubs wore uniforms trimmed wilh'the nttlohal with the Arhericaa fUg their The touring party will travel In n tonight lor Springfield, 111., where the teams will pUy tomorrow. 'The' .train will be their home from now until they.board the steunor at Vancouver for Japan, Nov. 19. The Itinerary carries the pnrty across this country southwest and up Uie Pacific to Vancouver, from where' they start their journey to foreign iinds. pitying in Japan. Auetralla. India, Egypt. Italy, Francs, Scotland, and Ireland. They expect to arrive in New York, March 6th of next year. The same today -was close, with RusEell and Demaree, a Chicago hoy, opposing each other. The former pitched a great gamo, striking out ten of his opponents, but 'the Nationals managed to bunch hits in two innings. Demaree, although a little wild, pitched.the best ball In the pinches. Shi globe-ti report on Tuesday: Score: lortstop McBrlde, of .the. Washington .club, today proinUed to Join the :rotters tomorrow. Speaker of the Uoaion Americans, wired he would New York Chicago Demaree and.Wlngo; HuseeU and.Daly. R. 000 001 000 001 SATURDAY'S GAMES High Power Rifles No other repeating rifles made have the itcmendoua shocking power of the Winchester .33, .35, ,401 and .405 calibers. The car- tridges they shoot have heavy mushrooming bul- lets, making them exceed- ingly deadly for the biggest game. Winchester Guns and Winchester Cartridges are made for each other and are. indispensable for suc- cessful big-game hunting. YOU CAN XKIsY ON W BRAND KilliEtandtag the.'fact, that JIlES Ra- yenscroft at several'' periods was off her game she coffered the -IS -holes In, Sfi, the best score Uie tournament; .Miss score' waVSL The American -player opened f he v I match badly. had.the. first hoie practically won, as iilss RavenEcrcft "f got into a bunker arid lopt-n. stroke Miss Hollms played her. third-strote too strongly and overshot the cup: and the best she rould do aittr that was halve the hole, Play is Miss Ravenscroft won the second, 3 to 4, and Miss Hoilins squared match on .the third, C to S. The nest" three holes were halved, and. on the' i seventh Miss Haveuscroft was one up, I The eighth and ninth were halved, 't-'i Miss Hollies squared the malch oo. the tenth, only to go one down again on the succeeding hole. The twelfth and thirteenth hole a wore halved, and Mtss Raveascroit took the fourteenth, wolch made her two up. Miss Hollins took the to 4, her one down, and the iiext two were halved. Drives Brook With one chance left.Miss HollfQE drove into the dttch on her ISth and look two to get. On her fourth ehe waa upon the green, and as her case 'appeared hopeless she "did not play out'the hole. Miss. Ravenscroft was just short of the' broofc on her drive and pitched over. In her second so closely that she had a chance for a par three had she tried to hole out. Despite the weather, showers falling intermittently during the play, the largest gallery ql the-week followed tho two players. After Miss Rovens- c-roft bad been felicitated fay Mfes Hoi- llns, the gallery-rushed forward and showered congratulations upon the sterling British player. She Iiad to do much handshaking on her way to the clubhouse and for a long tfme after she reached there, Winner ft Congratulated Misa Muriel Dodd, the prcEent Drlt- sh and Canadian cnampiop, who defeated Havenscroft in the round oa Friday, .wrfa one of the moat enttiualastlc of thoae who reeled tho new1 title holder. Tiie prize, which now goea to Kiig- and, held by Sitss Margaret Cur la, of won the national title In 1511 and 1912! Mies Curtis entered tho 1913 cliaf.iplbnshlp, but was defeated In the Ural round laa Tuesday by Miss Caroline Painter of Chicago. 1'rlor lo MI8B Curtis' poa3C5slon Iho American championship held by Dorothy Campbell, the-Termer EJrltiah champion, who won Jt In and 1010. :McGlir Walloped Vartlty- Moatreal, Oct. their opponents tho part of ihe c, McGill scored a most dtfcW _e victor: over Varsity Saturday hy; beating them by.a score oi 21 io S.' The-'pUy was not marked by ihe brSUIancy of a week aso, to the hard checking oE the vvhlch did not permit the backs getting In their numerous sen- sational runs. There were more fum- bles than in the previous-matchi" ac- counted tor by "the slippery 'arid'dan- gerous condition oC the grounds. A heavy rain "had the .eirljr aifernoou. Doth .tearhV. played, w'.th full Btrengtb, R. M. Queens K Ingston, Dot i gh nelth'e r Queens nor.Royal Military college had betn rcgiiided. as a contender for the championship union, -great inl of-the r jnt n'tereet wa: ,s tRk'e.H- in their .first meeting here today. The SATURDAY'S GAMES Dartmouth Strong Hanover, N.H., Oct, terrific overwhelmed Williams to> day 43 to G. AVUtiams played clean, d.rboEhall and scored a touchdown IflUGH iElHGKAT Great Rugby Tussle Went lo Beaten in Eleventh Hour Took Foul Blow to .Bring the Englishman Down-Saylor Lost Decision Winnipeg, Oct. 20. Alter being warned (or Lilting low at the start of the ninth round "Young Savior" ot Indianapolis, lost a 51-heUuled 12- roujid bout here tonight to VrcMic by fouling his opponent Kilmcnlon, Oct. safety much disputed by the Calgary Tigers, but none the less a satcly touch in the eyes ot ttie olliclals, decided tlm most'evciling and best gome o! by plavetl in the history ol thr Alberta Uugby Football Union. Thr. Kduionton Eskimos coining on top-of tlic heap with a score nl I M to 13. As-a result the game it is altogether probable tltat the rugby title ol Alberta will hair to be set- tleJ by a play-off ou ueutral j The only way to prevent such a pro-1 cecding is the .long char.cc ol Kdmonton Varsity defeating the CalV gary Tigers in Calgary this next urday, which will give the KsViaios" the title, havo won both' their games from .the Varsity ami have broken CTCJI in their series "oik panics with the Tigers, the ninth and stopping a fairly in-j Going into the final period with the teresttnj; fight. Welsh haU'outhoxcdUcbrc standing 13 lo 11 against tliem, his opponent in nearly every found, I Ihe V-skhnus pave a Ihr Hinj exbidi- and his clever, ring efneralship had Mion of the Canadian rugby the-American boy guessing'. Saylor tied the score by forcing Calgary tu showed flashes of clever work with rouge-the ball, and- then won the his gloics; but could not land any- Ramc by tlircnving Wark bach our thing more dainagfng than a body Ms goal line for a safety toui-li blow to.the speedy Welshman, who after he had attempted to jun out j was here, there airl everywhere, rying liis battle to his man and then f ln adililion to lioEng "one of thr. vicious swings, which hardest fought and most exciting generally swung wide of their mark, games playcrf in the Alberta It ivas >ti unfortunate ending to a- Union, it was also otic of really fast- bout, but Saylor brought, cst, only two mca being forcecf his own dbwntall'bv hitting Ion-con- time-at. the penalty tinuously and after warned at fender being from cacu city. J the siart of "the ninth he commenced to mix things up, aod- finally Welsh went to'the "floor with a groan, af- ter receiving a blow tlipl looked very low from the ringside, and alter a big mixup, in which both sides claim- ed the match, the releree stated that n the last period by a brilliant series the blow was foul 'and the club doc- ot forward passes. Dartmouth's show-Hor afterwards ovamining Welsh, de-- ing with the Princeton game only aiclareif that he had been hit on week inray-was very encouraging to' Us sup'porters. Colgate Gives Army, Hard Game West Point, K. Y.. Oct. Army defeated Colgate here today af- ter a hard'fight by'1 to 6. The visit- ors were very strong both on .the offence and defence and tlie''Arro.y was played to a standstill until the last five minutes of play, when a series of clev- er forward passes changed the situa- tion. Navy's Hammering Annapolis', Md., Oct. IS- The Xavy continued Its winning streak this after- cottiers "won the first garcs by out- noon, defeating Dickinson 29 to 0. Til classing the Presbyterians, who start- ed very well but faded .until they col- lapsed completely in tho .final quarter. Uoyal llililary colbge winning 15 to 6. Montreal Easy Tigers Hamilton Oct. jsrhe that visitors put up a stiff defence during th.e first half, whfch ended C to 0, b'ji in the t'-vo final periods the fearful hammering or the heavy Xavy line and bacUfield wore them completely out Yale Runs Up rtnposing Score c___ ____ Xevr Havon, Conn., Oct, de- warhardiy even, a good wortout forjfeated Lchigh here today, 37 to 0. Le- Igh'atartcd strong when Chcuowtcti ah hack tha yards. The 'ale line invincible after that, oweyer, blue ends broltfl up rsquently attempted forward passes. Big Crowd Sees Chicago Win Chicago, beat Iowa n their annual game, 23 (o 6, hero Ms afternoon. The game was plnyed icfore Hip'-biggeM crowd that ever witnessed a battle between the two the Tigers, defeated Montreal here today hy the overwhelming score of 3f to 1. The visitors did off as though they might do jomc-thini, and held their own.for a while, while the locals vrere.a in'their play. Moiilreal made one point on l rouge, Tuclier kicking when they that they could npt buclt over roin the Haniilton.ten.j-ard line. Then :he Tigers .went to. work, and made a Ight lunch of the visitors.. The home :cam did not-even think It neccaiarjr to play (heir-strongest line-up. Argos and Ottswa Tie Toronto, Oct. Argor.auls anil Ottawa played fl lie game here today, tho final score of the exciting struggle being )0 to 10. Tha vis itors led all the way until Hlnfclcy drooped a goal from the field near the end of the last quarter and put the double hlues level with their op- ponents. A long dispute followed tho final whistle. Ottawa refused to go on v.Ith the game though Referee Ron bins offered two -ten mlnulo periods to aetlle tho argument. When they found the Argos were going to go on and score tho necessity points unon posed, tbey decided lo go back." dispute continued on the and in the meantime darkness set in The ball was finally hooted off In the gloaming, but thin five min play convinced the officials the game could not be finished, ant it was accoidlngly called :olf.' OUIMET BEATEN IN SEMI-FINALS Brookllne, Masa., Oct. Iron work cost Francla Oulmet, the open gol( champion, his In the, finals In the Cluo's fall lour namsnt today. The chtraplori was de- feated by F, n. Hoyt of Woodland, up and 1 lo play, l. Tigers Won Exhibition Game Hamilton, Oct. Tigers de fealcd Hie T. R. A. A. team o the Senior Ontario Rugby f'ootbsl union today, 18 to 9, In an tx hlbltlon sane. Althougti Uit Tiger wero given a hird contest they a had enough on opponent to make victory cerUIn .when the; wanted II. The Rowing club it. John' 20 to f I a thrilling Of rujby. groin. THE AT BALTIMORE TRACK BURNED Oct. grand stand'and clubhoiiao at the Havre- dc Grace track, ivos deslroyed hy fire on Saturday nljht: ..eatlmateil loss be- tween J5D.OOO and "DARK HORSE" HANDS PALZER" A-KNOCKOUT! r White Hope Had to be Carrie. From the Ring in tho Second Round r NEW HAMMER RECORD THROW AT NEW YORK New York- OcL world's re- Pittsburg, Pa., Oct- ol XPW Vork, heavyweight pugilisi was knocked but'in the second of a -six-round boxing contest her2 last night, bj- Dan Bailey, of castle. Pa., with a.lett and rwlii I" the jaw. Palter .to tc carritv from Uie V The fight last night-was. the sccor surprise here R week. Saturday nieht-Qeorge Chip, of MIG., Eon, Pa., a miner, a companion cord for throwing the ham- mer from a seven-foot circle was made Dailey, knocked-out Frank Klaus, u, today at Celtic ParJt, U by Patrick] puled to have been the earns. showed unexpected ftrenfilh and after the first lialt held Chicago on even terms. Gray was the star for he Maroons, scoring two the touch- downs. Chicago relied upon straight lootball for their victory. Syracuse Holrfe Tigers to 13 Princeton, N. J., Get Syracuse proved today to be a good defensive eleven against Princeton, but poor on ihe aggressive, and Princeton won. 13 o 0. Tho visitors showed a hcallhy mixture ol trick plays, bul the team led to put must them into action :6r consecutive gains. Castle's aver- age punting for Syracuse VM 5 to 1.0 yards better than that of If. Baker for Princeton. Penalties robbed Princeton of two touchdowns. Tin With Wlxoniln Ijfiyettel, Ind., Oct. Perdue, football team tied the, score with Wli conBln In the last period ot the game here today when Oliphant made a aatlonal 50-yard run for a touchdown and kicked the goal that ended the game with tho final score 7 to 7. Wis- consin had scored In Ihe second nunr ter on straight line bucking, sending Tandberg over for a toucMown and Bellows kicked goal. Illlnl Trlnn Northvrtrtern Champaign, 111., Oct. Uni- versity of Illinois easily won from Northwestern today by 37 lo 0 In a one sided game on Uie Illinois Held. Tho visitors seemed in poor physical condition and while they fought hard, their were fruitless lo menace the Illlnl goal, Ryan, of the Irish-American The defeat of Klaus in Rynn's mark .was 235 feet 9 round of that bout. was a scr The old record, 207 feet was made by John Hannlgan feat in knocking o'.a yearc WB3 viewed In a similar HgM. VAROON AND RAY round, Dallc-y dropped PaJzcr HouFlbn, Texns, Oct. IS. count of nine. Palzer don aail EMward TJafley then drove a Icf sional golfers, defeated paw, the fight was ovev. of the Houston Country Club today, Keeper up and G to play, in a 30 -hole Oct. Joe Keeper, Harry Vardon and Edward Ray, fndfan Olympian athletic J tah' professional golfers, defeated runner, won lite V. M. Ilotan of Wacp, Texns, champion, mile road race here today for Charles Dexter, Jr., of Dallas, year in succession. 2 up to play. In a beat ball tome over the -iSMum: -ujUfje of tho Dallas Country Club of Dallas HOLIDAY day afternoon. Hay'3 course of 72 equalled the course, record. VPenn" Football Duffy', Ramblers'. A. C., Hlon, won the Hamilton Herald Philadelphia, Heveraing at -He finished results of their two previous ahead of small field of Pennsylvania defeated the Brown won last year. hall team on FranUHn Field today, to 0. The home- eleven outclassed the Providence team in all departments Fabre won the Me 'Herald's road rate for Uie secomJ the His time was were 61 starters. J Quite a Edmonton C. P. R. Lincoln, Neb., Oct. Nebraska totfoy sent the Minnesota, team to wlili a 7 to 0 defeat, Ihc result of throe perfectly played the Calgary Call t a scaliest, draw yesterday at C V It w4s a dandy game. forward passes hy Nebraska Jaw defeats j beginning on tbe 'Minnesota" yesterdy 17 to 9, line. The result was an overturning football calculations, as it was a Going Into the fourth Cornhusker "rooter" before the game who would predict Anything hut a tie score, and. the few small "wagers score sianding 12 to 3 them, the youthful Collegiate 3d a. garrison finish yesterday at oo were generally on the Minnesota. .Hlllhurst park, Cafgary, fa eleven points in the final ptrlan Harvard -Overwhelms. Holy the game from Calgary fver Cambridge, Maes., Oct. For by the score of f4 to first time this year n football an uncoverted try, a crossed today" the Harvard goal line. hut while the Holy .Croaa team touch were matfe fnj'M period and decided the plished this feat through a muffed punt, they were overwhelmed 41 lo 7. Tho game was scarcely a Minute old when FrceJtey let R Holy Crosa punt go through his fingers. Donovan, tho Holy Cross fiill tack, picked up Ihe ball and dashed across the line. ley kicked an easy goal. For the re- mainder of the game the visiting line WOT ripped open, circled and over powered by Iho Harvard Ma- hnn kicked Iwo goals from the field, ono from (he 15-yard lino, and tho other from, tho 35-ynrd line. The .Harvard team showed more dash and football knowledge than in any previous game this season In the stnlor section of scholarittlc rugby league, ff FATALITY IN ENOL131 FOOTCAU PRAC London. Oct. Irish tntornallonal was htslly Injured loda practice E.ITI'.C, nmt Uie famouy dcail. ;