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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX 1-ETHmillXiKDALl.Y HKHAIJ> 'WEDNESDAY. DEQEMpER 3, 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus Witn Ins sjvsr.t si milder.westher the ice at the rink has improved 100 per cent, since CRinlng night Monday. All the hriei. have been filled up, and the ice'Jiac toughened up so that tonight'! ikallng .will find one oT Ihi belt ever enjoy- here'. The hockey last night' found the sheet in gaod chape for practice. All the ihell (ce it gore andthe rough spels wre fixed. Uan night wjj Ueal for making Ice as it vyis not tao .The rink cpena al 8 o'clock to- Tnight, and Ihtit will be a band In L) attendance. With the weathfr '-.'cpnslderably moderated and assurance or a goad shMt, ths Ife f-nt should be out In' hun- dreds. Don't he afraid there will be loo many and that scaling will a real size rink. And don't forgrt there will be '.a band. GIBSONS VS. FARMER AT SEATTLE TONIGHT SEATTLE, Dec. sons, one-time claimant Ior {ho championship, and Frank heavywoight chun- ulon. ot Hie northwest, meet iicre (onlghl. Nearly all. the seats lor the ilsht were sold Few 1919 Extra Inning Sessions Up (o Standard Set in Other Years Although the dayllshl savins: law avc them plenty of time neither major league approached the record for extra innings during the season o! 13 IS. The longest diamond battle of the yesr In the National league lasted rounds and ended In a draw. ft iras played on April 30, between Brooklyn and FhlladelphlA und tho FERNIE GIRLS WILL .t PLAY HOCKEY HtRE Ferule Ladles' Hockey team wants to play here tonie time In Ibo near future. The Per- nlo girls bare n game lined up with Calgary and want, lo break Ilie trip with a game hero. will be accommo- dateJ. v score Tvas 9 (o That was uno Qi ibe fow gimeR of the year which ended on account of darkness, and the iwr that. responsible fur IE FUN GAME MT CaplaJn Withers, Athietic Of- ficer of American .Forces, Sounds .Allies on Pro- gram The longest scrap in tbc American league wonl only 17. Innlues ami cuded la a triumph tor the Browns over tho Yankees i to 6 on July 17. Tho overtime .record in the big loasues Is hold by Ihe Athletics andi lied Sox ot Illc Americas league, whoi playnd 21 Innings in 19DC before the! Madmen linally won the- game, Tho XationM league record 15 22 stahlished Ir. 1917 by Brooklyn and WOULD-BE FIGHTER Thinks .He Can .'Land Home Run Put Hiim- an Tiper to Slwp- Gridiron Sched- ule for Eli Eleven During 1920 Sason The crop of extra inning affairs as small this year by comparison! with previous partly because! The schedule v.'ks on a 140 game j basis Instead of tan former .liij game I scheme. There, were, fewer overtime I itllS and.'in i jln Fplto of the fact the 1013 campaign :ARMY APPROVES POLO GAME Wir Department O. .K.'i Plan to En- courage Sport WASHINGTON, Dec. mm- tory nolo .league, in lihlch various L reslmcnU may be represented by In- dividual ieanu, Is expected lo be Ir.o oul come ol an order Issued loday, rinaking polo oao ol the approved ath- Idles lor the military establishment. Complete equipment, including ...juounls, will fomlshe'l by the tic- which cipecls. lu obla'r, IraproTet] physical condition of. Ihoea wno par- 'tlcipats -.'and the training In manshiv...'.'. A .central committee will be estknll'lisd here' to cobrdlnate all natters pertaining to polo activities "put the army. Commanding ___ of every camp, division or lou where the practice ol the possible, will designate' a itallVB to handle the sport In I- command. KW YORK, Dec. lea football sing their sn-uu s Ihis .year. "Tale anJ Harvard Ere .insistent .thai tie- foot- ball managers jet something voith le on (he 191'0 schedule lo prepare heir ior Ihe final bl- games. Princeton played" i sllff schedul? hat irai a'distinct departure from he usual easr marks tafcen on by 'bte' Ibrec." The Tlgera believe it Iho experience gained in Uic! ;amet .with Lafayette, Colgate and Virginia thai enabled i. green earn (o-tie Harvard and beat Yale.! t Harvard had hucied some hard i earnea early intha season n different tale might have come from Ihe Palm- er staiiioin at Princeton. And I! Yale lad not-'chosen games up eoa- Ihe- Bine cerltlnljr ivould Vave mado a bettor showlns against the Tigers ami OlliSr ctiangts can be eipeclei] next seisoii. Yale's policy must bo ctuDgcd ir .lie Xew Haven school copes to tecp pace tbo limes. The smaller Bcbools have catapulted Into fame by use 'of lue forward Yet" Yale persistently ijnored It and ]s still recorllng ti> antlqno football. feamla doctors aro. working over- vaccinating people who want to was cut short on Labor day by gov- 1 crnmpBl o'Hel. Tho long distance mark in 1318 Kaa 21 innings. to the National league and 19 rounds ID (lie -American. I Kroe-For-AH Brought Out Many I'uck Chasers of Various Teams LOS ANGELES, Dec. Rutli, outfielder for the -Boston American and.cham- pion home run hitter of may become a prafelsionil heavy- xveEght boxer, .It--, was announced here today. 'j McCoy, a'.fermer pUQilEit, and A. L. St. a motion pic- ture actor, today entered into an aareofnent by 'which McCoy' will train nuth for 30 day: and if hit .report It favorable, It Is SC. John'-' will fipance a campaign 'for the eutfielairMo obtain a match Jack Dempiey, the neavj'velght St. John said he had backing for Ruth to the extent of ir the. McCoy report'It favorable. WINS SERIES, Jimmy "SITS OUT" Smith, Utility. Inllelder Reds, QtU Windfall A bail player-who Is not a regular ii a chDmploDsblp team, but who imvs a share of the "world's F.cri is nnluraily counLcfl Will Part of New Stadium To Be Built al Cost of Germany, Dec. lain Alexander P. nlhlelic officer o[ Iho Americas forces in Ger- many, is busy soundins allies guard- ing tha Rhino frontier on the btlllci o[ holding A second series of J Inter Billed fames nest spring-. Tho members of tho American forces are to enter nuch a contesl, and it now looks as though tho French, Bel- elan, English aud other rjaLLons with In Gornmny and elsewhere in Europe, viu fall In lino with the made to them by Captaiu WiUiera- The proposal advanced is to hold z Dec. regulathm series of covering; havo been made for Ihe pro Iho samB program ot conlesti aa was Posed now Etadiiini and rink, which, under the reorganize! Ion ot the I al Queen's University, will 11 is csllmalei'ho hayo Ihe in the aeries wllh ilhc Sox. "ire nlso serves wiij only slttnds and and none' yriM begrudse the bo abou' as Qrllfltbs IB O'DOWD GETS 415.COO the Ice Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- urdays. The team managers arc busy today lining up their playcra for first team practice tomorrow aljbl. Forms for signing the players are being gotten out today and may be obtained from President Dinning. JOHNSON IS STILL IN FORM CURLING STONES MAY BE REOROUND IN THIS CITY 'Mr. Xeerlg o[ the Lethbrldgo Moou- nenlal nnJ Cut Slor.c Works, has liccri doing aome snccesaflll expert- meriting with the regrlndlng of ivom- onu curling rocXs. This Is woik that an experl'a precision nnd no hesitation In that Mr. ds U all this. Ill: work BO far hown cicellcnl results. This will ta a baan to and those in the near-lying district. Formerly ihl! work had la be Bent lo Calgary, and (he long delay n return of (he rocks made It far from aallslaclory. Tho above Mrnl Is situated that orders can be completed within 24 mura for city work, and oulalde points can count on Ihelr work being rlono and returned within two nays alter the icka are received. U Is a Krcal convenience an 36 appreciated by curlera, Slippery rocks are an exasperation. They slide oul of their course lo such an extenl as they slow up, thai otherwise per- fect ihoU go for naught, dua to ihn lack of grip on Ihe Ice. Mr. Xeeds' method not ieave thcm'as aharp Bo absolutely new rccke, wlifch 1> a. decided improvement, as new roths usually n year lo wear down lo a nice playable keeniie3s. Orders for ehprpenlnr; rocke can be led with Ihe caretaker or Mr. We understand the chargca arc J4.0f> a pair, exclusive ot cartage. .Tho assets of the defunct 1'urc Milk Co., di, Thomas, will pay fifty cents on Iliq dollar. Hurli Bctt Game cf 1919 Against Yankeei in 12-lnning Contest The h'est piece of. work done by Waller Johnson, pitcher of Ihe Waili- inelon team, in the 191? season, was on Mar II, when ha held Iho Nevr York Yankees to two. lilt: In a IS- nnlng game. The ended In a rlraw, neither side scoring a run. John Qulnn pitched (or Ihe Yankees, and though the Washlnglons got 10 hits of! him, they wtrc unable to put a loan acrcsi the plate. Tho game was the first played on a Sunday In New York, anil Ino reason II was not conclusively finished was that Presi- dent Flilppert, of Yankees', or- dered the umpire to call It at 5 p.m., as he was under ihe Impression (nal the new Sunday law com- pelled games to slop al that hour. WHITE AND SHANNON BOOKED TO CLASH Hangi Up Hurte For 20 Roundi With Jrtt Smith DENVER, Col., Dec. 2. Mlho VDwd of St. Paul, rnlddewelshl champion, ft'as offered OCO lo ul'.cl Jeff Smith In a iC'-rounil hero in January for the cham- lioushlp in a telegram forwarded to D'Oowd tonight. The match would bo during stocl; show week, Itj was said by and Jimmy Dec. Willie, Chicago lljlitwelght, who 'has fought nevcral times for tho world champion nljip, has been signed lo meet Frftife ...IShannon, Tuesday, Dec. 9, hero, ac- .i! cording (o Clay HltO, matchmaker o( aldered tho Ijost Ifghlwelght to appear sround Sintllc Freddie Welch. ig to Clay ,he Nonhwcsl Ulab. Shannon Ii con oHor. who mado tho BULL FIGHTING LEGALIZED 8Y MEXICAN CHAMBER MEXICO CITY, Dec. an overwhelming ruta the Mexican chamber ot deputies passed n bull flghling throujllou'l iho lie and repealing the proilden AMERICAN LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING IN CHICAGO ON OEC, 10, SAYS PRESIPENT NEW YORK, NOT. U. D. Johnson, ot the American Icagul, faaned A former call for the annual meeting of the league lo be hold In Chicago Dcceinlier 10. lie selected Xrazeo ot the Boston club Cbarlej Comlifcey of Chicago, and Jacob Itnpperl, of Ihe New York club, members of Ihe hoard of dircc'.orn, called a meeting of Ihelr own In XBW York on Ihe samo dale. "I havo nn comment lo mako an Ihe acllon of tho tbrco directors who am Keklrjg to summon Ihe cluu owncrfl (o New talrl (ho prealdent. Injunction Agalnit Mtedng W Y01CK, Nov. Injunc- Horl restraining lYc.ildcnt tl. D. John con from allcroptlng lo hold the an- nual meeting of the American ball league, which han heen called for Dec. 10, In Chicago, has been obtained by fj the owners of Ihe New York club, thoy announced hero tonlghl. Tho In- IB Incorporated In an order, from Supreme Court Judge which restrains Johnson and ths 31. club to ehov cauie t why (he order Bhoiild not be inaJe IM prohibitive! ilccrco ol 1010. 'f permanent. CliBlham, Wallacchnrg, and I Krlo. Railway have slnrlcd to power to run Iho All You Need After a Shave your skin is ihiT- fnj "tmgta" TALCUM FOR HEN. If. (rat Ure eJoa fol- iar H fbm' h vtot TflLCVJPl FOR mm For the inside worker. Cone in tke and try H. Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion AUTO PAINT SHOP WHITE i. JOHNSON Phcnti All work guaranteed satisfact- ory. Painting and vanishing a specialty. Corner -tin Ave. tnd 15lh St. S. TAXI WHITE t JOHNSON Special icnrlco on couqlry trips. Phone 767. Ret. 1210 OFFICE AT CLUB CAFE THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We davote our whole Lluie lo radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth 81. S, RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS JILT Next Rslrrid Sins By Uu SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are EpeclaliKti in Yulean.- izlnc Waders. Vitamin Witks 712 Third Sdirth PHONE AUTO OWNERS We mlrke 8term CmrUlnj wlrb glass lichla, and ndulor COY- en. -Everrtrilnj for the" Auto. THE LETH BAIDQE AUTO TOP DEPOT Clh street Next to Herald Orflu O. T, BLUNT, PROP. X-ltf, Senrice Station SerTlco SUtlou for the famous K-W Mtgiiefoi. All mikes of magnistofl, ecTieratore, colls re- paired. Pull alocfc ot repair car- ried. All vork eniricCccd. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 613 4th Avenue South 1 PHONE TM Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Wddinj Co. Jnd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldj. Hrttl Phone 1544 Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13th STREET MOUTH General for Afl Makes of Cars '.By Experienced MechanTcfi FORD SERVICE ALL WORK QUARANTEED G. F. WILSON W. TULLOCH We Have hutaDed a Full Equipment Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can a.G makei cart. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;