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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET1TBRITH3E DATLf HERALD [i- Wednesday, September 21, 1913 THE HAMILTON TIGERS TROUNCED REGINA Western Canada Rugby Champions Defeated by 26 to invaders from Ontario Superior at Ail Made Some Costly Breaks dark. Sent 2o. The Hsm- played a spectacular game on the Cralc. llt'oa Tlsers defeated Kejiaa's West- llne- nf. .st 1 leblster, Canada X to 4. ihU J Crocker aud Me. AUhojch Uie gawe leaved In a cold, driizKne rain, over Hesina opened the scoring by gst- ipoetaiors were to attendance, [tipg a the Tigers evened up the were undoubted- [acd then. made two toucbdownt, one Iv svtperfor in all points, they were which was converted. They IT.IUJ tided greatly in ridding to ibelr score only point in the second quarter by the costiy penalties inflicted on the and the third en a rogue and 5afety, borne team. wUJj ball la while Hamilton. made 4 touch rouger llegica's possession near 1 1 a own goal, (leaving the score ai three-quarters o.'f-sMea wers called, and it slm- jtime IS to It was all Hamilton In ji'.r a cf Hamilton a jthe last quarter for the first time tbe-y touchdown each time. On anothpr or- iivcre able to buck to advantage taskia, Regina fcad the two yards [through the line. Eight more from the Hamilton line aad ihree points were added oa a touch, ind io'sns to go, when again It Tvas de- j three rouges. cldc-d that s man had offend- i Wilson Ccaci MarrloU usrf pnct'-caljy his i sqcad Sirring the gaire. Tte only absentee itcKelvey, ;0ttoa...... who Tras 111- Several players received toirc mTcor the rcosl serloiu jUrqejari that of Dixon. who bad Hanbldge a a ankle badly twisted. Murphy i Regfaa sadly missed Its captain anrt Rooblna Fred Hitter, StriDf. Smith...... Ioose .Jaw, boxed ten rounds to a draw here tonight before a very small crowd. Caponl Is th'e cleverest boier seen here, and'devoled his alteatlon I reach Medicine Mat tbis Branding and. Caldwell, Oossett o showing Jusl how much he knew of ho Jlaer points ol the game. roan, went Mllinga very hard. which, is explained by the i S 13 52 25 AdamE, Williams, Comstock and Gib- Peanock, Srtange and Lapp. St. Ixiuis............... 5 9 1 Washington............ 382 Taylor, Mitchell and Agnews; Mc- Allister, Groomo and Henry. Association Minneapolis'............ S 7 1 Louisville 3 10 I Gllllsan and Hondeau; Toney and Ckmpis. Kansas City .1 4 4 Indianapolis %........-'C 9 .0 llorgan and O'Connor; Burns and Livingstons. Toledo Dougherty and DoToSjhU and Hughes; 56.0 O' 5 '6 Basiette St. Paul Columbus 0 2 C 1 'We had a few breakages and the TvhoTe the trip was an enjoyabl one, with little hardship.' We made 1 wtTe taWng the trip again I ivouid carry a tank, which would enable me lo buy cheap gas all the way. "The lor.rls in Western Canada arc lair and we [ourd the people, hospit- able all along the line. The country is in excellent condition and big crops are being banested-ererywnere." Caught on the Fly t asu Jaiscs; and Smith. Northwestern Victoria 1, Vancouver 9: Tacoma 2, Seattle 6; .Portland 1, Spokane 2. mm "Sapper" O'Noil, the English sol- dier fighter, will 24, for the United States, hoping to meet Willie Ritchie- for the lightweight championship. After Willie saps New York Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburg !Hust National w. 93 83 83 75 62 Ii. P.C 47 -CC1 H .603 C2 .572 68 .525 .445 LANQFORD-SMITH BOUT NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT N'ew .YorJi.i t, ten-round bout between "Gun- boat" Smith and ford, originally scheduled to f.- take, plica last aicbt, was post- roneU fit the eleventh hour to Friday noit. September !0. QFAN i Patly From Caigary Dash in and Out of Trip to Medicine Hat V.'ilh almost a coating o! bcrta isiud cowriug the heed and itfau o) their ItM Cadillac, arid wltM their faces o! the same bespatteted color as 11ip Party ol five au- toists arrived in Lfthbridgt. a( 10.40 o'clock this niter making'n run frotn Calgtrj without Living once stopped their engine dur- ing tho trip. The icen vho composed the part) W. J. McLtod, o! I'algaiy, K. A. Williamson of city. V. A. C'aTannjjb o! the Car Supply Co. ol Calgary, Jos Price, Sporting the liig Alberta, and Lawrence Larson, of Cnlgaiy. The autolstg are er.' deavoring to a Canadian record for a nou-stop automobile run. They slarteil oat from Calgary at 5.10 o'clock tfiia morning and hops to [CO- LO sllmnes: ;be gathering which look in the ceedlngB. However, both clever, and showed the fans something new In the lino of clever defence and blocking. Cauoni proved th'nt he Is still a con. euder for milddleweteht honors. lernoon. A stop of minutes will he made at that place lor gatolir.o and then the party will return, pass- ing through Letlibrldge at 6.10 o'clock this and expect to. reach Calgary betore midnight to- night. The parly stopped at -the. Herald ofTice this' or at Ircist tho ear stopped the engine contin- ued to and c.vt-nded grtelinjs to the members of the staff. INCOGNITOS BOWL WELL Philadelphia, Pa., Sept.. did bowling on the part of the Eng- lishmen enabled the Incpcnlto club of London to win Its match from tne Philadelphia cricket club today by 73 runs. The visitors, who made 13'j runs In their firlst Innings yesterday, completed their Eocond turn at bat for 123. The Philadelphia put losoUier 128 rims In their opening Innings, and the second for the were all out In score of 61. lave a perfectly good dragoon bach in.the royal army, It is hardly probable that Wlllse, one of the GUntV pitchers, will start in any of the world's series games, but U is more likely that .lie may relieve one of the other tv'lrlers before tho rlei is concluded. Wlltte Is one of MiGraWi stintfbys in the relief iqujJ. It falls to his unfortunate lot to the game If possible when Matty, reau, Marquard, Demare'e or. Fromme have failed to keep the runt down. Clark Griffith gut after the wrong umpire l few daya ago anrl i re- cult he and Billy Evans trt not an speaking terms theae diys. Silly.Ev- ans umpiring the' Washington- Phll.dtlphia cries. Hi rerxfered cbtc decision it second In fiver of the AtMitlcs, and the Inning endrJ, Griffith remarked to Mm: I suppose you aro. assuring your job In the world's series by your declslon'hcre." Quick as a tlssh, Ev- ans turnij and started towsrrf bench wtittc Griffith sitting'. His face was flush-d with anoer, and hit flstc were clenched.. "Oet out of the he commanded, Griffith got up and walked toward the which opsns behind stand. Both were In conversation and