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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AlT.tST By G. McManua UP FATHER" OH: IKNOVJ nt'LL ce OEUUJHTEO I 00 W HOW1 DARE OO' OF VOL (JAR- WHAT vooi.o rsooetx 'THIMK; IF LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hospital Calls. 111 The Major Leagues Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Hates on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, AIU. the play-off. My letter, to you wa wriltcn'iu a hurry and Hie "rules" were run in al ine last, as an aftertuoushl. Might say in reference to the sarae. Calgary in Wrong With Hatters J t (hough, that tho wordius as appearms T T in the clipping is an exact copy oi Now Over Junior Lnampionsnip ______________ __ [my'mind all season. Medicine Hat and Calgary are lav- .pionsbip 1'inors they may not a little tilt nil their own over tie have been entitled. Sproposed junior ch'anipionsSIp baseball series in Albertu. It arose out of (letter from J.'.C. Cordon, president ot 'tlie Calgary J Jninr League, which ap- reared In the Herald few days ago. The SIcJicine Hat News came hack at him this v.-ay: Interests of Juniors "Perhaps the Calgary Junior league a communication received this morning from Calgary, Jack C. Gordon, .pres'dent n[ tie Calgary Junior Base- iball league, asks the sporting editor j o: the N'ews as to what prospects are lu bare Medicine Hal represented in a for the junior .championship of the province. Mr, Gordon gives Jan mit'iine of the rules to govern the Uames in connection therewith: The 'players must be 20 years of age or un- der (dating from May no player be allowed to lake part who has participated in sen or games, and.every j player must he possessed of an arua- >tcur card. proposition as set forth In Ihe head means well enough, but the im IWEiliou of such prohibitive terms is not in the interests of the advance- ment of junior baseball. Medicine Hat Rbtariaus are prepared to meet other teams for the provincial cham- pionship. Trie locals will place a me propusmuu 03 inoulci nave as ui communication, on the surface would j Hei-eti savor much of ap allempt to cut oft advances ma an> oppo ilion from Medicine Hat. The Hotinan'. a strictly junior aggre- gation, have played against. so-called seniors and the are well ara-e ot the fact that: the was organized witli a whirl at (he provincial championship in view. ie ass o vailed last year. It wouW. under the c'rcumsUnces, at this latfc stage ot the gurne. be xnfair to restrict junior teams because they have proven themselves fasl enough to iravel in company bigher up. BcUrja The Rctarlans had no visions o! local senior honor' tut were stacked up sgainn the Kay Sees and .Monarchs. in order to round out a three-team j league, inti to do Cal-j gary magnate speaks the j young fellows along, j all proballlily Jack Gordon will In the second place -it'-wdulu "seem i nreet (he .Medicine Hat ball officials rccul'ar lhat while' the provincial j halt-way In their protest. Sir. Gordon senior Trill sport editor of the Morning .Meanwhile .the communication has over lo Mr. Parrlsll, and unoerslan executive and other fans re cuy will decide in a day or so wiiat steps they will take in the [iny'minii all season. might stale that iu reference to the "rules" and who would handle the tournament would have been agreed upon bv the teams entering, as I in- tended'taking this matter tip willr ap- plicants just as soon as applications arrived. "As fir as the standing of the Medi- cine Hal juniors or who they played with, or against, I might state that until I read Ihe Alberian this morning. garv Juniors went out of the city to play, all 1 was interested in was that they had Ihe permission of Ihe local representative of the Amateur Union and that their trip did not interfere with our schedule, and as I said before I was not aware that your team had been playing in senior company for that reason did not have reason to think that your team would j be placed at any disadvantage. This refers also to any other leam in Hie irovince. "As 1 said in my first leller. lo you, til anikras for is to help along junior sport. It does not mattt-F io me who takes part in it as long as it is for.the Junior championship. "It'there is anything you or anyone else interested can suggest that will make, this proposition go, you will find that our organization In Calgary will only be too glad to accept. "Hoping Ihe above clears any mis- ling, 1 am, Yours truly J.C. GOflDOX. President Calgary junior Baseball league. plonsiup. me locals -viu ymi.c .v UULU i on Ihe entirely wilhin the age 1 did not know. limit and if Calgary feels justified in nut ot the city it claiming a championship on its own I terms. Why Medicine Hat has just the same right to claim the honors if Ibis city nol given a fair shake in the ar- rangements. Local fans believe that the championship series should be pulled off, that Ihe Calgary enthusiasts are entitled to consideiable thanks for the lively interest in the matter, hut lhat on Ihe other hand, tho Am- ateur Athletic .union should decide something as So rules governing same, and that the claims of tie other cities should have as much consideration as itofore Ihere lias been diKauica ..lade lowaid changing Hie basts ot .qualification which pro- Tonight at 6.15 at Eckstorm Park the Wycliffe fence busters will tangle with the local ball tossers in the first inlerprovincial game seen here in many moons. The visitors are a buncb of younj university players from south of the line and they surely ptay snappy ball. On the roster they boast a spitball player who is said to be all lo the merry. For the locals Knudson and Damon Noble are ready, for mound duly and a strong agg'regation will sup- port them. There should be a big crowd on deck for this encounter. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION MAKES OF'BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Wrlllen Guaranlea for Year and a Hall with New Bat- teries. J. O. THOMPSON Phone 1966 Zra Ave. S. New York Chicago Pitlsuurg Brooklyn Hoston St. Louis Philadelphia 3S CT (.7 and any SUNDAY GAMES H. St. l.ouis 1 Doak, Tliero and demons; Slid Miller. H. Piilsburg............ u New York........----- 1 (10 Carlson and Schmidt; Toney Gonzales. (No others SO 97 2S P.C. .IM3 .596 .oSS fr'3 i .518 j GOLF HERRON IS CHAMPION PITTSBURG, Aug. Playing golf that would have done credit to a veteran expert. S. Davidson Herron. 22-year-old representative of the Oakmont Country Club, won the national amaleur'golf cham- pionship of the United Statesmen his home course today, defeating Robert L. Jones, 17, of the At- lanta Athletic Cfub, five and four. Hcrron's victory was over the Oakmont course, where he first learned the-atrokes otthe game as a caddy.s i LEFTY TYLER IS THROUGH FOR THE PRESENT SEASON INTERNATIONAL Sunday Games First game- Buffalo Reading Second BuiTalo.................... Reading................... Jersey City................ Bilighampton Rochester (Oilly three games 11.' It. CHICAGO. Aug. fans, who a series jnder the management ol "iiie Amateur Athletic union, the pres- iidenl of Ihe Calgary Junior league proceeds lo la> down rules and rcgu- iRiioas re the junior championship. ,ind ask thai other cities not agree to said terms and therefor can- not "end representative Calgary lo Walk off with tie chain- liglit Service McLaughlin Garage Itth Street South For the convenience aud bet ler serrice tor our customers, wo are prepated to take on dilional work at nights. Cars washed and polished, re-axeck or Elmoniied at reason- abJe rales (work done by OH Connlry carriage Truck3 waaheiJ, oileS and Cars greased and oiled. Tire repairs, etc. Emergency calls promptly at- tended to. Cars stored in our Garage are well looked aHer. LE1HBRIDGE MOTORS, 1 Arthur Barnsley Stevi I Minager Night Foreman WE ARE-'NOT IN THE LIVERV BUSINESS bridge Winds Up On Top To Tune of 7-4 discussed the junior play-bit a few rlays ago and the ialter probably i- hart as much to do with making the age limit 20 years and eliminating players of senior calibre. H doesn't i seem fair to allow seniors to play as: Jnjiore, but a-special permit could he given to the Medicine Hat Rotarians, Caisarj- could Intermediates Clash :and T.elh- field if seniors under 20 years were eligible. Tliey play Huffman; Scolly Jlilchell, IJodger and Stiffs', and several others. Give thejo'players lo the Monarchs and no junior team :in Canada could even mate a ED owing with Ibem." Calgary's Answer And Jlr. Oordon'answered H Ibis "I am enclosing a clipping from the Calgary .Morning Albertan, which 1 understand was copied from your paper: 1 am sorry there was the misunder- standing about Ihe rules governing g. hare been waiting for Tyler to come bacS and take his. .turn on the rubber along with Alexander, Jim Vanghn, Claude- Mendrix and "Speed" Martin, are to t.e Sifapnoinl- jcil. Tyler is through for-this. season 'at Ic'ast. probably wijl not start i another same, as liis case' is thought lo he hopeless. Manager Mitchell lias given up hone of seeing' hint return to is form, as he was nol laken cast with thu Cubs when tliey departed on their thirrt ami final invasion] of.- Brooklyn New York, Philadelphia Boston. "I think Tyler is through. for this Lethbridgc intermediates, v.-'th WacVRidpa'th pitching, defeated the Macleod intermediates on Saturday evening at Eckstorrr, Park by a score of 7 to 4- Pren- dergast was on the mound for the visitors. It was one of Ihe best games of the season, but was seen by a slim crowd. The .local boys are now anxious to bring the Rotary team of Medi- cine Hat hers for a double-header. This would be a relurn engage- ment, the locals having invaded the Gas City early in the month. Sunday Games. yirst _ Sacramento Angeles Second game acraniento............ jOs Angeles...... First' an Francisco........... alt Lake Second game- ail Francisco alt Lake.............. First 'game Portland............... Second rcrnon First game Sealtle LROOSA TRANSFER Furniture and Baggagt of All Kinds. We sell Wood, C.O.O. Baggage Day and Night Service (o all parti of the City. Office, 922 2nd Ave, S. Phone 1869 DEMPSEY BLOWS HIMSELF Aug. develop- ed he-re recently that Jack Dempscy. worM'3 heavyvreight champion, left a comfortable amount of prize ring cash in this city through.the purchase ol both the'most costly nersonal raiment imported, diamond jewelry, sporting goods par cucollence, imported candy sweets and numerous gew-gaws. Xo such sales have ever been re- corded as having been made by any I Individual local history.. I Among the llemK were ten suits of Iclolhes intended (or as many social [occasions, pairs of fine shoes. I worth of sbirta, as much.more habcr- dasbery, numerous nifty bathing suits, worth of hats and caps and near- season." said JIanagcr Mitchell, do not tliink ho is through for all lime Ilest is whal Ills arm needs 1 am hopeful thai it will come arouiirt I enable him lo uitch at his best nex summer. Whether lie will be. able I do Iliat is hard lo fell.1 "It. Is not rbcum atism that he lias, but a'rterve trouble Every time he cuts loose wllh a curv or fasl tall there is a pressure on certain nerve running through the to of his arm thai is so painful ho is nn able to pitch." Every effort will be made to ge Tyler bacK.for the season of 132 Hot'Snrirfgs has kept many ball pl- era in the game for several years aft they though they were through b cause oE supposed "glass" arms. RUTH PLANNING TO SMASH BUCK FREEMAN'S MARK .036 Detroit .556 1 Cleveland .456 St. Louis .456 j New York Iloston....... ,116s Washington .S62 Philadelphia SATURDAY GAMES H K Cleveland Sunched Hits 9 CLEVELAND. Ohio, Am. Hi' 21 i] bunching -hits oE '-a the Smith first Iwo innings Cleveland, scored i enough runs to win. 0 tt. 1 Noyes II K -was not scored upon in'tho-iU in- 5 J'nlngs he pitched, bu( his good work 5 0 1 was wastcil as Cpvclcskie was a mys- i tery cicept In two Innings in cadi and ict whicti he allowel one run. Score: Philadelphia......... s 1 .Cleveland 0 11 0 1 Xoyes and rer- ikins; Covelcskie and O'Neill. Marines Honor Collins CHICAGO, Aug. roatle I two vicious attacks against Shaw- 1 key toilay and easily defeated New York. to 2 in tho firsl game of Iho series. In the sevcnlM Inning I'ipp hit cue to the rigill field bleach-. crs for a home run and Lewis 1 knocked one to center which hounded into the bleachers for a home run, giving the visitors Ilieir only score. 'U was marine day and thousand veterans from overseas wit- 9hiesscd Hie game as guests of 1'resi- 1 (lent Comiskey. Before the game a 'number ol Iho fighters wenL to the White Sox bench' and put BiWie Col- lins; who has enlisted ill Ihal branch of Ihe service, on their shoulilcis and j carried hiiii atout the field. Score: r Odoul and Hannah; Cirotlo and Schalk. I Work Triple Steal. DKTF101T, Aug. took Iho first of the series from Uos- ton lodav, 4.- After Uoston had lakc'i tho lead In the third inning by means of RuMi's home run with the bases filled. Detroit baiters garnered five hits, stole five bases and took ipdvarilage of two errors, scoring six I runs, in this inning, Cobb, lleilmaim r'nnd ShortenWorked a triple steal, i, Cobb going home. Score: 01 Boston J s DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lelhbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite Eillicn HAVE YOUR RADIATOR Uetoro' ilio IlU3h, by ANDY .THE RADIATOR MAN Fifth SI. 8. Oakland........ Second Seattle.......... Oakland WESTERN CANADA Saturday Games First game-- Moose Jaw Second Moose Jaw.................. Winnipeg First Hegtna...................... Saskaton'.. .0............... Second Reglna Saskatoon Babe Ruth, the big Boston pitcher-slugger, having broken 10 American league records for home runs by rapping out 17 so far thlj season, Is out to smash the major league-record of K made by Buck Freeman, ot Washington, in Ituth is such a good batsman tria bis manager doesn't know whelher lo keep him in Ihe outfield regularly o not. He's such a splendid pitcher tho his boas becomes more confused whei he pondera what this Wg fellow roigh do lor him on his slab staff, wblc needs bolstering. The world's champions are only shadow of the former tr.21. stow eil away a flag for Boston, yel th coming of Bobby Iloth has strengthen U. E. DEFEATS ENGLAND OAf.DWKLL-. NJ.. Aug. nlted. States defeated England here eslcrday In Hie first out-door inter- JavU wortn 01 nais anrl capa anu neur- 7 i. o ly a bushel basket full of imported ed the club Immensely and. wllh Rot [candy, besides about a peck measure of Jewelry for his mother tn Halt Lake Clly and his sisters. U Is cslirnaleJ Ihal IHj.Oflf) wouM lardfy cover the champion's purr-has- Ihe week he spent here atter the folcdo fight. and Ruth, a pair of clean-up men com ing up one right after the other, In iied KOJ have become doubly flange TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND AVENUE OPP04ITE FIRE HALL allnnal small bore riilc mctch ovei cltl, tbe United Slates compiling DBaUcrics-HVt'and Walters; Dauss and Ainsmilli. I Browns Swat Ball ST. LOUIS.- AilB. lost ".control in Hie fifth nnd St. Louis J I Illicit around, scoring BOVCII runs, IwinuiiiB the first samo ol llie serlca with Washington loday, 11 to 4. The vlclory put tho locals 111 fonrlli place. Scorol 'o I Washington.......... n u 1 l Krlcksoa and IMcinich; and Sevcreid. SUNDAY GAMES Philadelphia I N'ayior aiiil Perkins; CaldweU and O'Neill. Washington jj J iiachary, Johnson arid Plclnlch; Lie- ..eld and Severeid." _ New York Chicago Qllinn ami 1 Schalk. Boston Detroit (H Jones, Pennock, Russell and The Mechanical Garage Used cars nought and sold, General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 K. I 1 7 R. 1 2 H. olai of points toilay to the made by the British team. and Auto Top Depot II you need your'Auto Top re-covered or repaired, and up- liolsfcring done, come and see THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT, Clb. Street Ncit to Herald OIBCB. G, T. BLUNT, PROP. jones, i.uiiuui-n, tcrs; Ajrcs, Leonard and Alnn- j mitli. SWIMMING RECORD BROKEN .Aug.' One WON LONG DISTANCE SWIM CHICAGO. AUK. Charlotte lioyle, of New York, won Ihe Manorial A.'A.l'. senior long distance swim for i i women, the first timo the event ever dEan record was broken at i the 4Mb annual races of the Montreal Swimming. Club at St. Helen's Island on Saturday afternoon, ivheri George Vornon covered the 100 yards In 1-.'> seconds, nearly two seconds better than the time made by Prank McOill at Halifax some Mine ago, which was 1.03 2-i. harl leen held, from Miss Ethel lery, also of Xew York, by one-fifth 6f a second. Miss Boyle's lime, was 3-u for Ihe distance, ahoul Iwo miles. bulhllne were Issued In Saskatoon lasl ering stnrcluros GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR.LEAGUE PIcniy of Itoom, Jlodern Courteous Trealmcnl, Expert Meclianlcs. A Line of Accessories LADIES' REST' ROOM Auto Livery to ths Waterloo and Glacier Parks Always. At Your GRAY-PORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., ltd. 2nd opp. Phen> 1544 K-W. Service Station Service Slallon (or (he famous iiingneios, Fuii siuuX ui parts carrleil. 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