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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta BAYLEYLDCKY TO GET A DRAW HYLAND HANDED HIM TERRIFIC BEATING AT CALGARY YES- TERDAY-'FINISHED STRONG Carthy Will Ffght In December I.os Angela. Calif.. Oct. 2S. Flyiui and Luther Me- X Carthy were matched today to fight twenty rounds at tho Vernou Arena, December 10, in- tto first of Peter Mc- Carthy's "white hope" elimin- ation contests, in the heavy- weight division. U was an- nounced that the winner would be offered a match- with Al. Palzer. Calgary. Oct. i'S.-Althotigh "Hglrt- Dick" Hyland pounded the face of Joe Bayley, holder of the lightweight championship of Canada, almost to a nulp today, referoo Tommy Burns call- cd the fifteenth round bout a draw. ll Bums' decision was based on Baxter's ability to stand the fearful punish- ment and come up rresh in the last round of what proved to be one of the best fights over staged in this city. Though Bayley was the favorite when the time was called, it. required only one- round to demonstrate that he would have all he could do to hold his title against the fierce on tlaughts of the San Francisco boy Bayley took the light to Hyland al the way through but this was largel> because of the fact that he realized Immediately his only chance lay u haeping clear of the deadly blow that tho California lad rained upo him in the clinches. Bayley has been accustomed to fighting under break rules and when he wen up against an adept in the -Jlarqui of Queensbury rules, with the prm cipals protecting themselves time" he was sorely puzzled. At the end of the fifteenth roun Barley's right eve was closed. LETHBRIDGEil NEW RACING CIRCUIT MEET OPENS HERE LAST OF JUNE HANDED TO SPECTATORS AT THE BOXING BOUT HERE LAST NIGHT AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE ELMORE KNOCKED OUT SEC- U S. RUGBY RESULTS SATURDAY v BIG JUICY Tuesday, 1SI12, Harvard 30; Drown Navy 13: orally of Pcim svlvanin 0. 'l-rlnceton 2'J; Dartmouth Syracuse IS: Michigan 7. Yale Kl: Washington and Jefferson S. West Point IS: Colgate Chicago 7; I'urdue 0. OTTAYTWON AFTEIHARD Regina Will Be Contender For W. C. Rugby Title MUCH GORE St_T CLASH WITH TEAM- PLAYING LETHQKIDGE The Winnipeg oarsmen, if they win against Calgary nes stawd hl'ic. However, all ho 1 i of this nature wen ninht when a TO GOVERN HOCKEY The program -------D the circuit opening at Eomomun on Slav 21, after which the luirses will No. 1. Northern JO.CI No. 2. Northern 0.61 No. 3. Northum O.S] -1...................... 0.01 No. (US No. 1, Alberta Uetl 0.61 No. 2. Alberta Iteil.......... IUH No. 3. Alberta Red O.c; No. -I. Alberta Itcd........... 0.57 No. 6 Albertn Hed 0.4H Bran, per ton............ 31.00' Sliorte, per Ion 23.01) Oats, per ton. sacked 28.01 Rolled OatB.................. 27.OE Butter and ......'I Dairy buffer Creamery butter 0.83 Eggs, fresh................................ 11.33 Hogi; Dressed, per !b. o.ll Live, per pound......... O.C; Poultry: llv, ,.w ff Turkeys.......... J. Live spring chickens, per FOWl................. Vegetables: New potatoes, per 16. Beets, per Ib...........' Carrots, per Ib.........V 0.03 Turnips, per Ib...........I___0.01 Onions, per Ik.......................m to .04 o! 11' TEAM TO, BE DECIDED LATER the Hair-sue incline r the coarsest piece of horse-play tli.it meetings. The first exhibition meet ntobablv been staged anywhcie. will be held in Lethbrirtgc-during The artists'wecie u t M Quebec, Oct. meeting of thc National- hockey association was held it the Chateau Frontenac on Enttir- lay evening to discuss of -the meeting um the association and arrange mat-, Tumc? :ot-'Calgary- was chrs- ters to meet with popular approval., cn Jlr. of. North President Bmmett Quinn presided, the vice-president, .and LI. b. lelogates present Ros- ai Calgary, .secretary. El more and last week in ,Hme, Calgary for the wlio made a sickly dis- first week in July, then. Wir.m.icg, j ,.u. o, Unuwlcilgc of boxing tor Brandon, Retina, Saskatoon and KU- i mir minute, v monton-in thc order named. The clr-I Sl a round anil one' minute. wV.cn more took an alleecd knockout Bayley s whole iace terribly swollen, with the blood pouring from a battered nose and cut lips. Hyland found no dif- ficulty in connecting again and again with the Canadian lad's face but seemed to lack the steam for a knockout punch. He landed kidney punches so often that the Victoria boy's bruised and swollen back was visible all over the arena, but the Canadian lad 'was a hear for punish- ment and came up smiling every round. Occasionally Bayley landed a .slraitth-.' left and a right hook that made "Fighting Dick" pretty uncom- fortabk, but. Hyland came out of the ring with scarcely a scratch. WON cumseh; Senator Chounuette, Mnl.! Set New Record Hamilton Herald Marathon Event Hamilton, Ont, Oct. ran one, two, three in the Hamilton Herald's annual Thanksgiving day lace the blue ribbon of the long dis tance events. Tbo first two broke the record, James Duffy covering thr tta miles, 108 yards in one hour, lor- minutes and ten seconds, two MEDALS FOR WESTERN minutes faster than tho record made bv Sammy Toller, of Yonkers, N. Y., in 1004. J. J. Corkery, of Toronto, was second re Eddie Cotter, of Toronto, was third in Nine runners started and six finished. Ridpath, Toronto cumseh; Senatoi Quina and Arthur Drome, Quebec. The principal object of the meeting was to discuss the Question of organ- izing for all Canada a hockey com- mission with the result that the del- egates of the national hockey assodf.t- on were empowered to meet at Ot- awa on the 3Sth of November to dr.iw ip rules to govern 'the commission. The tiuestion regarding the num'ior if players each side to compete In the series, whether there shall be six or seven, was also discussed. The delegates were evenly divided i the matter, some thought tho issociation should agree to the sis ilayers a-nd others seven. After con- siderable discussion it was decided to postpone the matter until the an- nual meeting November 29. The con- tracts with the players for the riue; bee club were registered at the meet- The delegate on behalf of the league club insisted that the Quebec club should communicate with the flir.-c- tors of Ihe Quebec Athletic Rink so that better facilities be for accomodation of the visiting teams and to protect them when leaving tho -building. The Quebec men promised to give full attention to ffie request. in, fell through the o N'qrth U.ittlMord ami i Dope's arid pcf-niltcil himself to be! and the others to Red ollt "it had all the appear-j oi a iake knockout and no taKe In the'first round, they did a ot of swingine and punching, nartic- ilarlv -Klmore, but there TUSH t a blow" struck dunm the round that would staler a sick kitten. In t.ic second spasm, Klmorc fiot in a num- ber oi punches In tin- wind aim to We kiiincys, whereat Wilson assumctl_ he niotrcv. Gimore- stood clear nt Willin" to Some two thousand people saw the mime today, which, though not panic- w.Vs shcnvcll ularlv pretty rug-by, was nt all times, ing, as Saskatoon put up a tight- "er aimnent than the score would indicate. INTERNATIONAL .EVEN New Oct. Kohler mainen. the Finnish distance cham- pion, who made a new world's mara- tbcn record a week ago'at Newark, won an international iiiteen-aiile rac: at Celtic park today, in_ 1.20.12. The world's record.of l.lS.lji for thjs dis- tance is held by A. E. Wood, of' Ens- land. Hans Holnrer, of this city, wa: second, ISO yards bollind the winner, and over one-third of a mile ahead o! the. third man, Johahncseu. oi Sweden. ____ KEEPER AGAIN WON Winnipeg. Oct. Joe Keep- er, Canada's representative 'at the Olympic games, won the annual five mile Y. M. C. A. road race here this morn- ing for the -third time in suc- cession. Tigers Again Win the Provincial Title man v.-Ttli'tire -inlration of making_ Canary, Oct. 2S.-Uy a score oi fourteen'to eieht the Calgary Tlecrs for the third time, have won the Carlisle Wall Toronto Toron football dians nnrt the practice, while had already phi between Parkd: MONTREAL RUNNER WON ROUND-THE-MOUNTAIN RACE Montreal, OcL Bailey, of the Montreal Amateur Athletic associa- tion, won the Herald round-the-moun- tain race today from a good field of long-distance men, including Ed Fabrc, the National A.A.A. runner who finished "second in this event last year, and competed in tho Jfarathon as the representative of the Dominior nt the recent Olympic at Stockholm. CANADA RUGBY UNION Wlnnlp'9 Business Man Offers to'Do nate Gold Emblems to the Winners Winnipeg, Oct. winners of thc Western Canada Rugby Unioi will wear dainty gold medals if da; union accepts the offer of Louis Vci- IHUUHIll, ins ativcrsuii Mttiin: an adriiuonal try. lu int.. uli tlle all over: Klmorrtockcd one kg m ".e s am, a ,inU pdmonton air when h-3 wr'nf'down, and went ball (Q wllnm lcn through srverar other contortions till T1.c he was counted out by the referee, who majestically held aloit tla tliTSK being "tite aiScnt sign oi tllcll lorv Wlion Elmare was counted outjMuu- lie p'i.ide stageenng I across the ring, amid the hoots and leers of the spectators, who had bctn caught lor suckers. The deal was so palpably raw that everybody fmalh lamslietl but (lie stench oi tac iiiiscr able affair will annoy for some tune to come, no doubt. Two bum preliminaries were staged wl though they were rotten rnougli they failed to compare with the mam boiit for rankncss. OLD COUNTRY F001 .n Winnipeg, Oct. .-Reinforcement Hold goal Beards by tho preface of captain Art Murray on the wing Hue and .lack Aldus at back, the Rowing Club showed a start- ling reversal of form in their game they smothered of 22 to 2 ill play off for the Western Canada Cham- pionship and the huge Ross Cup. The union accepts tho offer of Louis Vci- e o[ sorics aril uoeven, a well known business manlb tbu-Manitoba Rugby Cham. and a keen rugby enthuaiats. Jr. hip for the tllin, yenr in sncces- Veihoevcn informed Capt: ol tno The olu.BIllen grand foot- Rowing Cluh that he'would be picas- to goin; ed to donate medals to accompany the, Hugo Ross cup for the winners in j the playoff. Art Muir will make known the offer to the officials, and It Is likely it will he accepted with thanks. tries and O'Grady kicked a aim mt; .cullers look 50 cent, better than they did last year and critics who have w-tchfd the big casern teams play this year claim that the rowing club ci'n compare very favorably with the c-Iat particularly in their lino. The rowing club will piny the winners of iho union acini final, billed fur next. providing there Is no tie in the Eastern division. London, Oct. are tho results of league football games play- ed Saturday: First Division Blackburn Rovers 6; Bolton Wand- erers 0. Bradford City 3; Woolwich Arsenal 1. Derby County 4; Liverpool 3. Bverton 0; Newcastle United li. Manchester City 2; Chelsea 0. Middlesborough U; Manchester United 2. Sheffield Wednesday 1; Shefflel United 0. Sumlerland 4; Notts County 0. Tottenham Hotspur 3; Aston Villa "'west Bromwich Albian 6; Oldham Athletics it Over Queens, Toronto, Oct. a field thai was nothing hilt a frog pontl, Varsity handed Queen's a 17 to 11 licntlng and made their Mil for thc Icgiate honors sure. It was the est game of the season and was prac- tically without feature. .lack May- nard, the mainstay of the Varsity, is out of the game with a lame ankle, and Mel Brock, of Olympic fame, sub. stitaUd him in a creditable.manner. ivflc nil- Tr.rnnto. OARSMEN BEATEN IN EXHIBITION GAME Winnipeg, Oct. 'JS.-Tho Winnipeg Rowing Club, in an exhibition game, In preparation for the play off for the Western Rugby championship, 'wevo defeated -1 to 1, here today ill a game which had few features, as ivsithor team ev-endeil itself. arltole In- this affin tlic Whik th icli stus 3 liant .cal- u but one s members stiff game Alerts this ilayed well absolute TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 'Man. 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