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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIE LKninnmfiK DAILY iaiy VBRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. McManlis COLORED. BOY PUZZLES HIM The Michigan AKylCi ;l colored phiyrr naincj Suilth al Cu-klj a (civ yc.-.r." ssa, when Juhn MiicXlIu was roach or Iho Smilh Soro tlm of the- MK-hlgiin attack. auil the Kaino Smith un Macklla lo Buy: "Mr. Macklln. ittre are lioro thun'll men on thai t'-um." OTT AUTO LIVERY Sl'ecuil Service ou Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 UK Best Mi IN OF BAN CALLS HIS MEETING OFF FIVE LEAGUE, Toriner Internicdialc League1 haven't piave-i murh hoctey, this is Assumes Junior Role Leaving >our Rest of Players From'20 Up For Intermediate Combina- Teams in Junior Up Schedule Kext Alonday Night. of hockey in the The Junior Hockey League having peen launched, tho proceed- ed officers as follows: Dow. HiiDlat. Dennts Me- Morrison, ICnoi; George Young, Herald, and one repre- sentative ol. the Rotary team, to be Have To Bo Overtime To Win Oul I Tnc Veterans, rolling like roped the five-pin .'ast night when they look two out of ihrea from (be won lhe esira gE'-ue ueode.l lo settle the The Herald was a couple of their rcgni-ira whichLuiaic sonic difference on ihe resuli, bin "he Vets won by consistent roll-' Cornelius iug. Their work in the second game j n-as good down the Jlce, 115 piled up. The Ye Is toot the two, and tho Herald the third, making tho series a tie for tlrst place. An extra game rolled which'the Yets coppetl by 26 pins. Sinclair with 67 single Cor the nte CHICAGO, Dec. an- nual meciliig of ihe American League, scheduled to be held hen? was suddenly called off today. President JohiKson that he and lhe flve club owners ITOULU atiena the n-eeLliii; call- ed in New York by Messrs ronjfskc.iv Huu'pert aud ymcv. EUROPE Games in Belgium in 1920 Ai- tract Athletes of Sweden and Other Nations BOWLERS MEET THURSOAV McGillicuddy Gets Seniority Honors With Op- ening of. FHnAbELPHlXifcC. NEW YORK, Dec. J. S. Eds'rorn of the Swedish-American Athletic association who is also pres- ident of tho International Amateur Athletic federation, today give an account of the preparations being ma'Je bjr European countries nnd Swe- den in particular, to litfvo thorough- ly representative Icams at tho Olyra- plc games in Belgium next year. As presidL'Ut of the federation, or- ganized in ,1313 to adopt'a code oC lava to govern all fimntcur athletic contest, including Olympic games throughout tbe world, Mr, Strom has been in conference ivllh. the American Olympic committee. He said the Uolgian committee would" The of tbo FiTO-Pin will meet Thursday to arrange for ihc (ectl which ivlnds up the IcagUQ and at the samo lloic lo Rrningo a tcu-piu. league. For ihc inside worker. Come in and try it. Dominion Cowling Alleys Basement, Dominion National League Annual Today League Mcels Wednesday THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP, IN SOUTHERN' AL'BE.RTA. THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. nuvote our ivbola tlrjc to radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR HUH 418 Fifth St. 8. Evabs witit 2i'7 for the four gurnet. m (Q, was." total. .-.The iudee will bo the oldest manager i Sinclair Schweitzer Emiih v.... Jones Heber....... Totals Bisler Ailkc-nb..... city ontsida the senior league was named. fectei at a meeting :it the "V" last Arrangements wfll be made by the night when It was fleciled "Ihat the league executive.for practice nights. t'lass locations should be chanEed mat- and on .Monday night iho league UiE 'the prganizatica which had form-1 completes organization a schedule classed as iaterniedialc into' 12 games will be drawn np. It th6re cariwriBbi the junior, .combinaijon, and leaylng are three .teams in the leapie each ihe remainder of th? cltv open wlirineet each" other team-four Thompson Totals Vets. Veterans 21 34 25 135 Herald __ major leagues noil season, if, 'ed he Is .-not .entitled to tbat dU- tiacJion at this very "hioment. On '87 December 23 Ccunle irUl observe. Ills 53 -57th birtb.ds.j-, anl iis the season will not pet under Kay until 45 Ir.te next spring, be closer to 5S years oC age when he lafces up NEW YORK, Dec. aunua! niireUns of the XnlJonnl Baseball, Lesguo opened today. The American j League hold its annual meeting! ;here tomorrow and the minor leagues dispose of their business later in Jilhe week. The new International I League, which held its annual con- i vent Ion yesterday, wound up conren- m the track and lield program, iolia ever, has eliminated the onrl 55-pcund .weight throw and grenade throwing contest -from (he .MB, lhe program arranged at t known as confercnce ln Just prJ to the declaration of vrar. _ A change affairs today ami tbe magnates j decathlon' d plaj.er5 reniajned in town .to watch the business ol Ihc Lig leagues. ot Intermediate classification if anyone cares to undertake to lorni a league. Chance for Intermediatee Only junior players turned up at the The city Is now open for ihe organ- mL-eUne. iatormecltatcs Vere pros'- Ititloa of.fln intermediate league along _cu tnl.' It wcs decido-J however in view _ the same lines as govern hockey Sinclair.. oi ihc that many players in ihe! the cast where there is no age limit Schweitzer" city who canncl i-alch piaccs on the on intermediates. Players vrho senior teams want to play nockey to I not lined np with the seniors or who joties..... 20 Ki GIT 1C 1S3 leaye the field onei lo in Lhe in-j do not caro to get out and work hard iermcdtale dirUInn, and to change j enough to pet In trim lo catch a place the name of tho juniorj class to its in the senfor league able to iircper Juniors, The organize a league that should attract j ngc limit is let! at the old figure of aUentlon. There Is plenty ol material 1 29, so tbat lift- juniors -n-lll have1 a if someone has oDOUph energy lo fairly wlflo range from which 10 picS it up and set It working. thefr players. I j Three Ttams JACK ,IS WILLING i "I.: fs likely tlmt the juuior ie.gucj "RBlO I vill be of three teams. Th-i PURSE ON NEW YEARS DAY] Iloiarians and Knox tuani.s have al-1 CANTON, Ohio. Dec. -l.-Mlke raady organlzort and are'ready to president of McKmney effort willbe made during tnc wi-ck Athletic club, has offered a purse of 10 line up a team ucder the a battle here on laimer. If Uieto Is any other junior thc afternoon of-New Day be- squBd in the city which wishes lo Jack lhe welterweight into the Icsguc, a week's lime is and Mike Oio mid- en. N'eit Mondiy night however, champion. Untlon has al- for places' IQ tne league accepted and an answer from rloss and tho schedule will be ;O'Dowd Is eipected by the cod of the up. Young players lhe age 11 who wish to slgo up with anr of ihc i learns should get ID touch i -with one of ihc or rton Rcher...... Total..... ..219 Kisler Aitkens Whjte Thompson Kvana Total his duties for tic 1920 campaign.' There are several In the si OL oenis. i League planned Amateur alliletics. he said, were I A aacstion __ fostered in Sweden while to tho K-ccnt a busy session toiiay. aroused inlcrcsl was al sporls were not- encouraged, but. not'foibiddeu. The Swedish govern.1'" National League parks. H was reported that a rmi- FATAL ACCIDENT MOOSE, Deo, .VO.VTHEAL. Deer eo Ken- nedy. of the Conailien hockey has sent out uoti'jes to his players lo re- port al Queirbas At-ademy night for practice. Owner Kcnnctly cspccia to have all of last season's players in line this winter as well tig several ncsr men. Ho. his offered a conlrncl lo llowfiril McNamara, who played wilh the cluh many world's Rcmarkabte Figure In many ways, Connie Mack is one of the competitions. of the most remarkable figures in American spon. Thirty-five years have passed since Connie into baseball, and during ihal lime nc has! seen Ilin in several of its most I interesting phaiea. He lias been conutctetl with the sport 'during Ilic time It its grcaiest play- j too.; sa that in building for tho future sonirilitns of' 'Taluo i in the way-of knowledge- by 'which to measure 'Aiihough hh rarenr has a long and one. H was ob- tained at lhe expose of hard and conscicntlou? work anil from the firal has bDrne the hail-mark ol honestr in evtr? particular, Not Business S Lite ess Unlike aomn of the gr Ijasebal) has had. Mack ho'ifliflg success in the Johnson, Holder rjf IJinghamton Franchise, Was Most Un- usual Club Owner or Ihc in lhal .lepartmenl manaecrs j Much la said and written or Iho ocver baseball magnate is al- nd jleraainlinB his pound ol fleah Johnson an'fltbe five "" club oivu- ers werfi p'n their way .here for Ihc meeting was accepted in some quar- ters as meaning tbat Ihp. end ol '.be inlemnl slrifc of ihn.l organizallon is in sight. They are 'due from cago Ihls eveinng. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gee your Next Relrrad Dont By Us.. SECTIONAL AND SROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY TVe uro specialists in VllTciB- izing NV'aders. Ltthbriilge Vulcanizing Wirts 712 South PHOUE 1664 AUTOOWNEFS We marke Storm wltb Elaas lights, cnrl raalator cov- ers. Ryerythlng for Ihc-Aulo Tops THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Clh Street Neil to llerall' Odlca G. T. BLUNT. PROP. BROTHERS PAY TO SEE MAFiTIN BobMartin, Mol of A, E, TVlias 11 hrothera and nromotcrs ivould do well lo slage all hia future around Akron, Ohio. Al Ihls broth- era paid to see hia recent bout there. wherein cralt is Tnnnl- teal In :he mailer of trading. rrora "r ol a a so aniclouB to j turn tor hU playcra that Muck's come -through his p.bility lo make, hall playara anj his uncanny ahilitr to ISla they woi] ILe chainpionililp McNnmara lett ihc Morrison for Kooi, Oeorgo Voting fnr :Burgcjyne, 14 year old boy, who was the Herald or George Dixon or Injured Iri an elevator ac- Lcech who wili direct ihem In the cldent at ihc Iloblnson 5IacBraine: to play with the l.'Sth Hal'allon team manager-ol 1he Rotarian crew. N'ow's departmental store on Saturday the N'.H.L. previous to soiog'over tha lime for tho yoiing fellows to ?tep ternoon, died In general hospital! teas, out. If TOU ore a skater and last nigM, dlo then] so the fie.n results coujd obtained. rhlladclphia ptirmltlcrl Mart's1 This wllh. Cliarlos S. Johnson. of lhe nmghimplon. N.., tnin- WESTERN. CANADA'S FAVORITE and Couiure have already signed with Iho club and U Is ciped- I'hlla-lelnhiu ed Hist ".Vewsj- Lalomle will ilgn tepn one o; chlse In the now Internallonal league ast seaFOh. 'After year in minor league ball blnfcdav "to pUs ainiosrTnnotrced John a on. who ig qullo wealthy, do- tn bill thorr- will be no ropctl-, in hU home burg wna a lion or that rrinrllllon this yrar. bo-: a snnro- muse therft Is u commUtec already al whcn 1lie season rinsed. Alter wort on for a Kreat celelm- ofT creiv rlon for the "Sphinx of Ihe Dhmontl.1' r Johnson eacn man with Ills fans claim Mo tit has "nrorxlitional release. this Lalondp will caplaln and manage Ihe leara a3 during last win- ler. lhe city's best advertise-, niRnla and next they arc going lo their appreciation In sub-1 'V? Everything wna lovely until-a-few Akron. Ohio, capllnl 1 SINCE 1858, MACDONALD'S CHEW- ING-HAVE BEEN CANADA'S STANDARD TOBACCOS MACDONALDS TOBACCO kPLwC SMCKfNC AND CHEWING. O.K.A. MET SATURDAY TOROXTO, Dec. G. lIwkfty'.Els jtrom all over the province jlicrc thfs morning lor the 3'jih incut- of the Onlarfo ITocXey Associa- llou, which con'.rrjls inyre rluh? than iiiiy oilier similar organUatirm in cs- H- N. of f'elcrljoro, presided. Many imi'Ortant doT.n for ilificussion, tho chief one tho proposal of 11, Diet, vt Ktaforth, I in iifrmll ihc chninploii clnh hi the Inlcrnicdlale series lo compote in (lie [Allan club series Tor ihc fJinnrjlan rtiirnpionHbip, Ihc nmciulmint barring arnior phsycrs fro'Ji compol- jinp hi lh': ir.turnicdlaLc EeiJts. At [i> tako part in OLIO gamo. "liC'fc are night for llic 'our on tho cxdculivc fommit' toe. Ali iho ciIfici.-T liaic hcen hy sM.rliiinhlicr, Aljaut (camji are expected i'i com- pcle in lhe ?trics this 'light the Uinghamplon fran- manner'thal Is expected In J Thc Iturchaacrs Inquired ofter furthtr cemrint reln'.lons between! tjc u wa3 dlscorere'l then I ronnlft an! the "City of Brolhcrlv lhiU UlnRhamplon hail no playcra. Fur- ther In vest I tat ion showed they had been unconditionally relrasfr-1 and many (if them liart .nlgnctl with otlicr clubs. Tliey hnrt bnen TcTeascd out the formnllly of avowing other In Iho Irnsiic to waive on (hem. Thu rt'nuU wag the case was taken noforc the national at fhclr nnmnl poiv wvr In Masa.. tlm men were ordered lo KETONEM IN LONG FALL MAN'CHESTER, N', H.. Walno K'cionen, of U'wrrea won the world's OUST GAMBLERS, SAY AtL Belting Something Flsrce, Says Vet- eran of Diamond have been imirh in- inrlt'S that have licen got to in circulated '1121 EASTERN MATS DAD and Ills K-W, Service: Station Service Station for Iho tnmnn.i K-W Wngnclos. All maKnntos, eencralorB, icolla.'Tt-' paired. Full slock of cn'r- rijcl. All work guarantceil. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 61B 4lh Avenuo South PHONE 73S Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Avt., Opp, Lelhhrldgo Haiti Phone 1644. ol lh.- players in thr, laaL world's, report Lo the Akron outfit. They tiro eager to learn If 'AHhonRh ho rcmaTnetl In minor itiere liaalg for the sinister f iCaRnc but one apnaon. they can no', be- Charles fi, Johnson proved himself one of the rarest of Uft Ireatcrl Oeiitrally litivc _sur-li a Iliin; 'I do krioi! has to be tlor.o aliDiit pelting rid of Ihc hlcrs who inft-i nitnor loagtic onfi v. i.-.G ol'l volerftTi who has :nt ypftrs in the minors as rnnn ager don't believe cham- hst night from Kllonts, ot this city, In one fall, took Iwu hours, 15 mlnutca nnd 30 aecondj. The fall was made by tho toe hold aatl wrUt tack- rjne bail player In n cuuhl bo to a Kamc, hut sdpjfOF.o Ihcre h nnr. in. a hiltiilrcd, ivhlcb uouM fjc ii nvcrago of honesty In Ihl? 5-lnfu] world, and 1 know a minor league In which several ploy- rrs were left out by their clubs circnm-Iancos, It's hortl to make an old baseball man like me hellcvc a player would to sort of shatters my they can't afford to hiiKfi up talk Ukc we been hearing. I-cl us know Irjth, illter ai 11 may be. It will be L-tLlcr fur liaieball In the long run. "And gat tho out DOIT. net 'cm out before something doei happen." his iilayers like brothers. .S'ol a onn of them over appealed fo him wllh a, rievance but he went away happy. I Johnson atarlled Ihe baaeball world when he liouphl the Tllnehnrnpton club nnd narned Frank Schulte manaKei'. Hchullo and Johnson were lioyhoorl chums. Hchultc waa fading rna- Jnr .leaguer when Johnson took as a inatrnfttc, BO Johnson dared hi boufhl Ibc club to help thj. former Cub Blar. Tho plan was Jdh.nBon io, finance Iho team until It 'looted llfco a eood nroposltlon, when he agreed lo: turn Iho whoTo properly over fn! Schullo al n nomlnnl Him. Tim prdlor.l! prdfed to he A r.'nk .bloomer, how-, erer. and In the one Rnason .lohnson loll rMrlr J10.06D. Johnjon ti'.l most >n eicess of civic pride, but hu Veen onilnci; eensa would not permit Ivlm to llo up for anolner ycnr ivlth u tlmoat cirltln SPENCE BROS, TAXI Hoa'e-J f.'rtrs City and (.'ounlry Trip.-. We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment for Rtpalring AUTOMOBILE Can handla all mnkca of cars. Expert Hot Air Furnace FREEL ELLfOH Sheet Metal 336 6th 9t. South Phono 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13th STREET NORTH General Repairs for AH Makes of Cars By Experienced Mechanics FORD SERVICE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F.WILSON W.TULLOCH ;