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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE S'.X THE LETimmncE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMHER 20, VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G, McManu anus I WUZ. JUbTTHIHrVN'-HOW WOULD LIKE 1 JOW CAN'T UP MY MIND WHERE TOCO THItl WINTER OINTYS PWY XT MOUTH TOO- Hi SPENCE BROS. TAXI Country Trlpi. Elid OH AUTO LIVERY Special on Country Trips Phonei 797 Tlttldence 121' MOOSE JAW BEATS REGINA IKS BASEBALL; HOPES LOCALS HEGIXA, Moose Jaw Maple invaded here to- iHBbt and defeated tlm Victorias, 5 to I I. in one oT ihe grandest exhibitions of hockey ever seen in Ibis city. .More hau 6.000 attended the contest, 500 or more being from Moose Jaw. s, FOUR-BIT BALL IN W. C. L_ WUh Two Championships to De- fend Halters Look For Good Season A meeting of the directors of Western Canada League Is expected to Toie in favor of a SO-reoT gale Tee at all games npit year. There will he no hockey game tonight- The chinook still holdi sway snd the scheduled game be- tween Coal hurst and lhe Moun- tics which would have been a num- is postponed. When these two learns mccl thjre will be a battle royal snd the fans can hard- ly wait. On Tuesday nijht if tiie let Is available the Taylors meet lhe Veterans. Esch ttam" has won a garni and tht winner of the fix- ture will be the undisputed head of the league. MONARCHS DEFEAT VIC5 NEW YOILK. Dec. An official Ibullelin from Ban JobnEon, president jo[ the American league, announcing (that resolutions adopted by the oli [board of directors o[ the league last morning had been rescind- 'ed by Uierawlj elected board IVedncs- !jay evening by the Neir JYork American league club. "With Calgary and Edoioaloii getting into professional baseball neit year the amateur stuff will bo pretty confined to the south I.elhbriuge nnd McVii- ciao Hat ihe bis factors. Medi- cine Hat raDt'irod th9 senior Intermediate fliainii'oriships ibis year 2111! is anxious that Leih- hridgn tnkc n. more promlncci part In the sjiorl this yea.-'. Billy Finiay. rf Hat, Tvho lias always been iho baseball mogul theatre in the e'ly yester- day arranging to bring the Medi- cine Hat Operally Co. to Leih- bridge for a mat nee and nhjhi reriorms.nc9 on Year's Sun Toy will be singed, aoiil while here took Unie enough off boosting the Toy to do n little -boosting for neil year's baseball. Dill Is somewhat hy on professional stuff. He had some-thing to do It some years back when Medicine Hat turned a couple oE penuant iiers .ilons ivUh ihe usual bunch of debrs that the moguls iu crcry one of the cliios contracted. So he is boosting hard for the :uua- Kjiir league and looks forward to sonic good games with Lcthbriiige ncit year. >Vheiher Leihbrhlge will play purely amateur ball here next Fsuson remains lo be seen. There is talk of Tcaly Raymond bring- ing n here from coaiL if the uulluok is goo-l, and it Carmangay and oth- rr in the CM? trie t have fast nsalu there isn't much doubt thai will Le in the sv.Jm. Iliri if ii is slrlct- ly an ainutcur nil through LelhbriiJgc will he ihere with the goods. Sport is taking hold In Lcthbridge now, and if a Kood league were formed there isn't very much coubl Iliat it ivould go. Anyway Medicine Hat is Jioosiing the amateur Ftiilf. and with iwo championship lo defend the pennants won. ibis year thej" ivili be siroag for it. says 4000 people attended tho tiro Barnes with Calgary al Lhe Hat TV hen the senior championship was decided. That Mots pretty good for amateur ITI the.Gas City. Eddie Berber Jot Flcnttcln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trlpi a SpecUlty Phono 1856, Office W9 3rd Avi. S., LcthbrLdge, Alberti. Ride In a McLaughlln It cosls no more. Chicago Ilurlcr Ifo.-ids Pilchers in Has Bcsl I'erccntngc Benny Leonard's Sparring Part- ner May Wefir His Some Day NEW YORK. Dec. arranging the National league pitchers of 1919 i In lhe order or che'r effectiveness. It was found expedient to divide The Pile hers into, groups, was! done in 1917 and 191R, Tho first group embraces all those who bore tho brunt! of the campaign and pltrhcJ nt least! 10 r Din pie te sanies; the second. thosei ivho participated in a minimum ol 10 j regardless of tlie of: fight critics arc same; the third coii'.prblni; nil others __ Joe IlFDjamin, a KpokantT pro- wno took part in a championship con- duct, who received hia first lessons m lest. ,lhc boiine it tho S. A. A- O.. I Alexander, Chicago, has the title of .as a passiulo successor to Benny) fending pitcher. v.Jtli nn averago of .Leonard as the lightweight rhampion i least runs [ier game of 1.72. jof the Ilpnjamln opened the Heather, Cliclnnati. lias best percent- fives of Hie ringside fans by fcls sen- apo for games won ant! lost .TCO. salional fight against Jimmy Murphy. Harner, Now York, iron the most winning by a Knockout in Iho second 25. .Ifcadows, St. Louis Phila- rcund ot Iheir hallle in the QusVer lon-n a iveek ago. i The Philadelphia Public Ledger has I'nis to say concerning Benjamin's vic- tory: Uelubia, lost 20. but he pitched hi Iho most games, 40. had 27 coinjiletc York, Chicago, pllcbed 307 Cooper. Pittsburg. Dubuc XRW 22 caines. Vauplin, Alei- NO PLACE TO SPEND YOUR SPARETIME? Hrop In to the Dominion Alleys nud enjoy n. same or of Flro IJlus or Ten pootl healthy cscrclsc. Dominion i Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. on Siitli Strcel. Dec. a hotly! Tho resolutions Tvhicli adopted contested and gruelling struggle Man- bj.. the majority members Q[ the old archs defeated Victorias in the optn- board asked for an investigation cf Ins game of the senior city hockey Johnson's as pr es id en I-E cere- league here tonight 5 lo -i, condition tirj-treasurs." cf the na-1 being ihe deciding factor. Both (earns Lure of his contract Tvith ihe league' displayed balance, and a reriatn and also awarded third place money to amount of despite the fact that Xeir Vorkin the league pennant race, both were trying ou newcomers o The new board Tvas elected at Ihs senior rank. debutantes gafD an league's annual meeting. 1 account of themselves and. "Counsel for ihe York dull] ard of Winnipeg tockey talnert before iue sea; Two Runners What Happened Then? (Bf Hillr Erans) v nn, lieu ouen iiiaiiucicu immtuia.iti> LU key Trill be main- take steps as ia their opinion, are war-1 plar t< ison is OTer. ranted by this 'illegal said n aaiounl umpire -sould rave al such a proceed- but he would have no rigtii lo call out Tor running" out- o( line, as Is man to lhat: ihe llne-np: [statement issued by the New York Monarchs Position McLoriaa ICIUD staleracnt said the action goal Farquarhar va- contrary L0 that part of tho It happens frcn.uently Baker ieague which says- "The wllh on second and third, finding ot lho bDard Shal! "be tlnai 1lvliett the batsman hits a ball lo the McNaughton 6nfl undcr no Enail be If the runner on third makns reopflned or brcah for the lllale- flnfl lhcrG ar" either by (he league, or any sul- than two down, a play Is always .sequent boarf.'r When two runners pull up at the' inE. but he would have no right lo call' same base there is usually confusion make, and often an equal of confusion among1 the as lo Tvho is out, Thta play comes up at third base more otten impo35iWc lo t-'cpnvc which he Is enllt'ed' which he is cnlll.ed. Cblbralth Cadham Irrin Dartnell Refsrei defense defense center right left s-jb sub -W. M. Nobls; O'Meara Patlon; According to the (or pilcb nrecn. CADDOCK WINS I" CHICAGO, Dec. CaddockJ" heaFywelght wrestling clumploti, de- T feated Sam Clapham, Ilritish cham-1 rlon, In straight falls here tonight.! CadiJock iook the lirst fall with a I SELKIRK ur BHANDON i head and wrist lock, one BHA.VDOiV, Dec. a minute and 25 seconds, nnd tbe sec-'crowd of hockey fans, the Selkirk ond with a body scissors and tvrlst ilearn defeated the Brandon boys hy lock la. seven, ?mnute3. It was Cad-'a score 5 lo 1 In the ouening panic dock's lirst appcaranra since played hers tonight In the Manitoba he-ffas discharged from tho army. Hockey League. made at the plate. The runner who had been trapped makes it a point lo delay his retircmenl unlil the las'. ner on second goes to third, and oc- the runner originally on bird, -who has been Irapped, back to lhat baae safely. Thus the sil- has come io ihe front ;amler, ChlCRgn. led in shutout 1 leaps and showing Vaughn, Chicago, struck out 141 'felt to be n boxer rcltt. a terrific batsmen. Mny, Si. Louis, gave S7 )op. a caatiron Jaw and a lightning bnses on bnltg. Hoslon, and brain. J V.'codward PnlladclphLa-SL Louis, "Tho second round liBtl progressed i cact ma tie 11 wild pilches. scarcely a minute and B half when the A no-hit game was pitched by Ellcr, western lad scored his victory over! Cincinnati versus SL Louis, at Cin- "corrie back" Jimmy. The only ciunati. May II; score Clnrlnnall C, Knockout Murphy en-er recelvctl came St. Louis.p. Consecuttye al the hands of Champion Denny Uarncs, NTcir Julyl-August Leonard a few years ago. 112- Consecutive defeats Jacobs "Fans were amazed at the punching 1 St. Louis-Philadelphia, June 9- po-rer displayed bv Ilenjamln. In tho July 17. bases on bulls.In a first round Joe nsed a short snappy i Rlnclo ?T3ine (nloe St. right book'lhat floored Murphy. 1 Louis. July G, an-d Phlladcl- "Shortly after the start ol the FCC- August 30, nach gave nine. Into a' Greatest number of Firlkeouts In a i Benjamin, single Rnme (nine 10, Ellcr, they Cincinnati, ,August 10 Meadows, P'.ill- at'th? referee's command, Jlur- airelnhla. and Vauglin, .Chicago, both Iphy Invariably dropped Ills hands. on September lo.______ "Tho brainy Benjamin matched for; this and after they separated in the COMPELLED TO ADVANCE PRICES second round Murphy let hi3 arms! sng. Joe hooked OTET n smashing right QilirartJ Room Keepers and Bowling lhat cautjht Jimmy on lhe chin and Alley Proprietors are Equally Af- dropped him for count. Hay Get Leonard's Title Benjamin Is Benny Leoiirird's c n ]Jrilish. Promoter Arrives in U. S. To Make Record Offer (o Dcmpscy THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBEPTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We devote our wliole time to raulator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth SL 8. K-W. ServicE Station i Service Slallon tor tlia famous K-W Magnetos. Ail makes of magnetos, generators. colH ro- linlred. Full sloclf pf repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 51B 4th A-er.ue South PHONE 731 ring partner and both arc under ths NEW YOIIK. Dec. lected by the High Cost of Living There Is an apparent hesitancy to ncrease tbe price for playing blMlanls j management of Billy Gibson. bowling In accord with the pro- claims nenjamln the best liEhl'.vclghl. nouncrd Increase of cost of all of the lo come out of ilio west since tho various elements' that enter Into the (lays ct Jimmy Britt. If It wcsn't fnr service expected liy the public. the fact that they arc sonrf' pals Thal