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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE srs1 THE LLTllllHinC.E DAILY HERALD, AUCIL'ST 27, 1011 1 UP FATHER" By G. McManus UP-TO-DATE ALBERTA iBlaimore Enterprise.) Kobert Campbell. Jl. P. 1'.. relates with much gusto (hat while sn Danll recently he strolled .Into iho lleatiii DOC! room and look a baud In a sau'-' or rummy ivllh Tom Wilton autl Kiaa! lleaille. Tho was hotly routesi od and at conclusion Frank. bad Jost, asked Tom wbal ho woulc have. "Oil. give me a couple cf (hoc ulate bars." replied Uie veteran guide I'll lako a dime's ivorth or null" said KVauk; Bob always cou laie by calling attention u- really wonderful chauce prohibi lieu has mtttlc Iti tne New York Says Morati to Manage Giants Next Year X. Y.. Aug. 11113." says a place where Moraa win manasfc the Glanis in 1920.1 I've hud such .IrtJiiueul they've will quit and Moran, will be] given me in Ciucinuaii! I'll slay In giTen JZO.OQO a year, with a' three-year j Cincinnati just as long as I hey want contract." to Yes, I often meet John, Caii vou beat il? Can vuu even he and I nrc frlenda for Life. Didn't John give me this chance An loned' Momji lo lo see he had rhe nbilily. He> shown H. and in ihe sprins-" Up antl down Broadway.' at' the Crbuuds, in all gstJicring places of Xcw York.-lhey seem lo take H for k griiited that Pal Moran will Cincinnati. To the credulous .'minds, ol- t.Jie -New York Lhe brricial seal- oh this .beliel were seen s Time nit ascertain '4 2nd sircat Dcnipsey Finalh" Says He Will last Tieek. McGraw is all 'set anil ready is lillle doubt pr thai, especially. alter his failure, immense-expense, lo boat John will become a silVh'alUd "club and T-yiH no lo-eer girth a lenl-lifce uhiCorm around .lilE (Uniple Irzmc. And PaL all Xcir York i to become only loaned fla when McGraw :had signed him [or a It's Jloly Writ Vortcrs--- best' proof :q" "their belie! "is'thai they Lavs Eor- gotten'' all" about1 Christy Jlatlicivscn, TYho supposed lo tavc the inside track as successor. as Tvell he in Equatorial -Africa for> nil .the- notice and ai lent Jon ihe "_ recoKes-'lpday. The Xew York "tans hare passed by and.forsottea lhat-bi f.VliTis.. He no longer clicts _ cheer as ho Blalha lo the coaching -Pat Moran-ta Ihe new idol, neiv- rlaeh, ftted and fluttered after (he Irsmendpiis ereols of the past few afternoons.; at the Xew York nimors. it's a pre'ttr figure I'd be cut- Not. Go Abroad to Box GARY, Ip.d..'Aug. SBV, (he world's heavyweight' cham- pioii. dots not belong to the Aclors' Equity Asociatinn. -he hV lonjs (o the Xatfonal Vaudeville As- sociation or noi is not known. But this afternoon in (he cUy at SL Louis. Jacfc, DcmpEey inadj his dcbiii Hire's about the Isst chance the Lethbridge fans are going to to shout for the home team this year. This afternoon at and this evening at as half- holiday attractions, Ihe local'crew kVill cross bats with the Staples Lumber outfit from WyclLffe, B. C. The cocky crew lor the west has annexed 14 straight games, 2nd Ibry are out to make the season one grand record ot victories. Pat Mo ran and his Reds have nothing on them in their estima- tion, and 14 straight makes It look that way.. But ihe local boys have an 'entirely different, way or looking at itr and they're ooing out there this afternoon ant1 evening lo prove it- KnudSon who pitched good ball for Clares- holm during tlie'Season Is gcingto essay a double header if he doesn't crack'urider the strain in the First. Jensen is due to play first base, and attng'elher the locals will have a strong team in the field. ,'Ault will hurl Ihe first for the' visitors and Quillman or the evening session. McMann wilf catch both gamesl All is in reatliuess for Hie final game tonight al Adams Park. Tlie L.F.A. is making special arrangements I so that everybody will liave an unln- terccptcd view of tlie whole field, .V great crowd Is expected. The teams (are both in splendid condition and a groat game is assured. Be on time. i Kick-off at G.lo sharji. I t Duffs Win Through a -misuHiJersiaydjDS Ihe Norih Sldo Junior soccei pearcd al Eclistorai inpiend of Duff Park tor their league game with ihu Duffs.- Consequently only twenty min- 1 uies' piny was possible each way. The I Duffs by 3 score of one lo nil, although tho game was rightly llbeirs, bolh teams have agreed to i replay which wlH take place oc TUBS- j day evening nc-it. In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Won, ChlcBEO 73 Cleveland Detroit New York St. Boston....... Washington Philadelphia 05 C5. ss 51 37 ;s Lost. 10 46 -if; 53 f.C. Detroit Star Leads American League Wilh ;m Average of .371 Night Service McLaughlin 11th Strest Soulh For the conTcnleoco acd bet ter sarrice for our customer.', we are prepared lo take on ad- ditional work at nights. Cara washed and polished, waxed or slmonized at reason- able rates (work done hy-OlJ Counlrr carriage Trucks washed, oiled and greaeed- Cars.greased and oiled. Tire repairs, etc, TSmersepcy calls promptly at- tended Ip. (Jara stored In "out Oarage are well looked alter, LETHBR1DGE MOTORS, Ltd. 'Arthur Barnsfcy Sieve Manager Night Foreman WE ARE NOT IN THE LtVEflV BUSINESS In raudcrilio. This 1hriving _oily.wfis the scene q[ 'fcmpsey's circus apjjearance, for! V the lime being at Iiasl. lest-Saturday night. Dempsey ivas with the" Sells-. Holo here the last part of liie j aad he. drew capacity audiences.- Hfc is not a "bloomer" as an attraction s'ilL 2. circus; iu .fact. Jactr is more popular than Milliard, for people in- terested in such tnings bcHere he (s a sort of holds this belief, loo. He has not much relish for Ins business. Of course he ig after tbc money, ond'yiblds lo his manager in sucn matters. But Dempsev M-on't lone reat conlenl witboui a battle. .Meehan has given out au interview in the East, caving lliat Jack iias agreed Lo meet him in Xnvcmlier. Perhaps is right. But Dcmpscy did himself on tliis-point hcforc leavicg (or SI. Louis. No Other Sport'Finds Us. Con- testants in so Long a Period of Depression NKW it seems, rtrlKt's only. IjaseliaU clubs. Oilier lines of p.thlclic. effort arc siiiRulariy (rcc from long perioils of depression. You fjnrt hoxer ivilli :in oft- whtn'lic iloesn't. shtnv lo great advantage; you find the saint: tiling He-diri Meehan. "It's all uarsuien, jumpc-vs and fooliabness to say 1 don't want lo hordes. -But ii is the result oC he said. oox anybody overtraining, makes tho man anywhere when I'm ready and Ihe aniraal cnly'for Ihe time be- vurae is -suitable. may get Miff. He comes hack very the Ilrat chance. I don't ordinarSly the stalfness lasts TOT Is up lo Kfiarns." There Jc one proposition that Dcmp- sey is finally set against. That la lihe star pinch-liiijcr' of the Chicago Sox is tonprnK thc American I league bailers with a mark of-.470, [according lo averages released todar J However, he parllcipalc'il in only 2] JEameE, ;Harris, In 23 [games, made an average o[ -4Q3. Ty fobb. of Detroit, Is Ihe real lead morfc than 100 points behind -Mur 'hy. The Detriot slugger has.- an vurage of .37-1. made in 00 acobaon, of St. Louis, is the runner ip 10 Coob willi .352. George Sisler, ol St. Louis, is show ing the way lo the base stealers will 'J5 thclts. Ifi la Iro hasta with a mark qT 210. Mas Carey, ol" Plltsbure, had n Great week willi [lie hat In the al league and boosted his average .SOI. "Gavvy" Cravalh, Ihe' I'hiladel plna manngcr. Is lopping the baUer with Jim Thorpe, of Doston', I: next with and .Roiish oinnall fs in llilrl jilnce with Cravalh Itrotic tlic He For home rni liotiore. whicli he York, last wocX hy cracking ou n pair of chrcuil drives. lie has 11. Wheat, of Hrooklyn, continues I lead in total bases with 170. ID meei'-eome of the a performance. Baseball clubs often sprint along during Hie Collins' Home Run Did It ST. LOUIS. Aug. run Kddic Collins in Ihe 10th inning nabled Cnicajo lo defeat St. Loufs in n exciting today, i lo 3. Mcagp j i. Louis 3 Kerr, Cicolte and Scbalk, Lytitt; olheron and Severeld. Cleveland VVon Again CLEVELAND. Aug. red Detroit for place today y defeating the Tigera, 7 to 2. Detroit 2 S Cleveland NATIONAL Won. SI 59 v- New York Chicago W Urooklyn Piltsburtr 5.1 llostou II St. 1-ouis .Ill Plul.-ulolphia US T.osl. X4 anrl. (n make (he at the title... the game, always .counted hs .Meanwhile, having descried circus 'aj great factor, turns ever 'ugalnat life, Jack Dempsev U in vaudeville, [them. hitlers fail lo deliver, base running lie- comes bad. the men pliiy of Piitsbure, stole his Lhirticlh Las il right at fielder, and Ihcn walked disconsolately they players liaLting Jinxes. day Lhe hits begin ft and the slump Is off.' nasebill players become very tem- peramental, anJ It is probably due lo this thai they allow slumps lo hold