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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHNinXtfc DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2U, -'..'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. "Babe11 Rylh, ihe home run hitter, through with major leagua lateball, unless the management of the Boston American league aiun Ts prepared to meet his de- mand for a year, ha Hid today In dlccuuing an announce- ment from Bovtan that ha had tuned unalgnfd a contract for a. year. ul have aevaral ampultloni en hind, any ens of which maid pay me more than a he aild. Ruth disclaims any Intention gf the ring, zs recently ra- but Intimates he mlent (o hi pictured r -'I MANITOBA HOCKEY LEADERS WANT INVESTIGATION OF MIGRATION OF PLAYERS r, DM. Minltoba r utodAUon his up the waT to tha of the exodus of ten lo Octo- At JL meettne of the d last a rcio.uLlcn wu drmfi- pobtice out thM ol pUyera to polnu irevt did Dtrkok qLille proper and was not in i. Inleresta of clean amatear eporl ind Lb'o CanadLta jlunaleu lootey aasocJation to start an Inviatl bjr Ihe memtera or the km in regard to tbe eligibility- of the ukatchewan easocjatton ID c f for tha Allan cay. Qtaile Robin so a, wevUrn for the Allan cnp' ins ecDBtferabte corrcTpondecce ._ hid receded la coDDectlon wllh the JLihnT end It 1T2A the feeling of Iba Ibat the mailer should bp up at an earl? dale and a RJte stand be taken as to -whetber the ukaUobewin anochilloa Incluici i play ol( this winter. H. R. NortLey, chalrmaQ of the cup .Twteeo, wroU lo the thai be affflmsl (he playing ot aur feln proresalonals la ihe cup ffauei resolution wH] be sent to Prcfil el Saskatoon. VALGER GETS DECISIVE WIN JERSEY" CITV. Nr. J., Dec. Benny Yalger, lha French boxer was given a decisive Ticlory over George Iroirn la eight ronnds here Lhls aller- ncon. Valgcr had his opponent groggy n the savenlh and eighth but acked the finishing punch. McANOREWS OUTPOINTS DUNN PITT3BUKG, Pa-, Dec. McAndrewg, Philadelphia lightweight, outpointed Charlie Dunn, ol Bridge, In their 10 round boat hnmr- Ite4d today. TACHY UEE KAYOED PARIS, :uec. thleu, tealneiwelBbl caamplon o( Enii ops, knocked out the Brllbh champ- Ion, Tachy Lee, In the seventeenth round, match tisic lut uteht, BABE DOESNT HIT HOMtR Ruth by Not Getting Fu- ture Clout, but Hit Team ae -AKOBIJ5S, Cul., "Babe" TOrld's home- ru Utter, filled to hil a home run toiajr he lutfetpaled In a iiase- irblch vas a feature of an athletic beMfil performance here to- day ttndtr tho ansplcea Qt the Knifhta of ColtnncQE. Ruth cp four Umcs.OncB be fouled and twice he grounded out to the Infield, NererthelesB his le'aa the .Hnti Stars, won. AND FOUR FOR HORNSBY LOUIS, Mo., thftutand and feur havp bren offered to the St. Loula Nitlanil league to Pres'.dtnl Branch RicVty. of thf elub, fn a signed today. He added that ttia cfftr waa refuted and that HornJby la not for sale. Prteldcn't NlcVey would not divulge name of the club miking the offer. Old Country Football Scores Dec. (Canadian As- sociated league foot- ball results lodav: First Division Aston Villa i, Chelsea 2. llolton 1, Preslou Xoith Eml 1. Bradford City 1, Sheffield Wednes- day 1. Burnley 6, Middlesboro 3. Derby Counly 2, Arsenal 1; Liverpool 3, Sunderland 2. Manchester City 1. Everlon Notts Couoly 5, Biatkburn Bovers 0. Sheffield United 2, Bradford 2. Second Division Clapton Orient 1, Slockport 2.. Coventry Stoke 1. Fulharo 3, Grlmshy '1. lluddcrsQeld 2, Ro'theram Leeds City 7. Barnsley I. Lincoln Clly 1, Xotlmg'nam Forest 0. West Ham UiiKed J. DrUtol City 0. Southern League BrlgUm 2, Crystal Palace 3; Lulon 0, Southampton 1. Merlhyr Cardiff 1. iN'ewport 3, N'orthamplon 0. Queens Par KRangers 2, Brenttord 0. Swindon 0, Korwich 0. Swansea 2. Bristol Rovers" 0.' Vr'attord 0, Portsmouth 1. Replayed Cup Tiea Bristol City 3, Xorthcmplon J. Heduestord 3, Go'ome Athletic! 0. LO.YDON, Dec. draw for .lie lint roucd of He Bnjllib cup competition tonic place today, wilh the following results Games are played ou-.ilie grounds of :he club on January Soulh ShteHs vs. Liverpool. Manchester City Vs. Clapton Orient. Lraton Town vs.- Coventry. Newport vs. Leicester City Nolls County vs. Millwall Athletic. Bradford Clly TS. Portsmouth. Birmingham vs. Evertoh-i West Bromwlch Albion vs. Barnsler. .Weal Slanley YE. Gillintham ol Swansea. Boslon TS. Chelsea. Lincoln Clly vs. iflddleshoro. Huddersfleld vs, Brentford. Rovertt ten Wanderers. Rochdale ra. Arsenii. IrrftdfoM Notts Ko.'est. Preston End vs, Sloctporl Connly. Darlington vs. Sheffield "Wednesday Plymouth vs. Reading. Grimsby Town vs. Bristol Clly. Castltford vs. We dues ford Towa. Bury-va.'Sloke. Cardiff vs. OMham Athletic. Blackpool vs. Derby County. Sunderland vs. Hull Clly. Routhenrt United vs. United- Port.Vale TE. Manchester United. Fulbam vs. Swludon. Thorneycrott is. Burnley. Aston Villa vs. Queen's Park II. Southampton vs. Weal Ham Unlled jS'DriLanlpiiiu Bristol Hovers V3 Totlenham Hotspur. Billie Shcrrtng Applies For Job And Looks as if he Will Gtl it out iheir shoes tables to Ibe roau. 'TIE salt! that Harry Trcslililer has pointed himself Tor the marathon route, while Eddie Cotter, the former West Knd "Y" galloper, is bacfc la harness and working slleully. Jack Trt-slddor, (Those chance or a lilact Is brighter tlmn many another has laid a wager that he will not try for the team. Tress, is mlied up in a Muskoka Hotel _ deal, which he says will keep him home. Hec. Phil- lips. oMVest End, has been transfer- red to the branch of Ibe lUuK ot Commerce. It Is only tem- porary, and he expects to.c'ct bacfc o the city. (By Jack Tait in Toronto Telegram) Who will uo the coach of the 19JO Canadian Olympic lesm (or Bel- Eiiu, "tlillie" SherMns, he who leu jibe field home m the Athens Mara- and Journeyed to Ecg- L> of good times again nexl summer as tbe hard snow did not drke'bul Several cattle'to market at Calgary and, we are glad to hear, are pleased.wlUMlie prices received.; wzeks 'aso a fine wolf was killed iboilt a mile Irora the village. have been haying a some- what baid time Ihls as so many are after'.their pells. CHRISTMAS TREES IN BOWVILLE DISTRICT (Prim Our Own CorrtsDondenl) Dec- of a success If he were capable looking alter the retirements sdall young and old, have rjg to do lonj; ijulet except gather' BTOIIIK] the flrc- Ide arid discuss the atrnni? tiay- ngs ot tho years Rone One Dlereeling Item for the winter eagucrs to argue over Is the fact two no-hit games wcra pitched the 1919 season In (he despite the hurt- scope furnished him, would be more of of the men, their meals, their and proTidlnB a programme lo (III In between training slums iM xecp the boys out ot mischief. It's loo late in the day to break an atblele in, when ho falls into the of Iho Cana- dian Olrir.plc coach at boat lime. Dr. Barton Ideal J. W. Darttn, of Vnrclly, who cled as honorary coach ot Ihe Cor- matlon Team' in 1.omlon In mi. wag Ihe most pucesslnl man In the edition who has yet Rone oVereeas i-ilh an alhlctic learn. eallzed Ihe (ulllitj- o[ laXinj! men capable of making such a team and Holke nailed within a few points of lie .300 mark for Iho season and (ielded tor an average o( .553, ac- cepting 1550 chances wilh hut 11 cr- In arinition Holhe slolo mor.e liases lhan he did In his ttvo previous-sea- sons in Ihe league and tha official recorda also show lie led his learn In the item of runs hailed In. exhibited In both circuits, o prevent him] feelings a. kind falo divided thn two remarkahle feaU, glv- n6. one to each league. Kay- Calrtwcll ot ihe Cleveland ID dfans held Ihe .Vew. York Yanla-e.i ess In Cleveland September 10, winning Ihe game 3 lo 0, and Hod Slier ot Ihe now famous Cincinnati won the no-hit fame In Ihe National league. He complelcly haffl- ed the St. Louis Cardinal on .May 11, In Cincinnati, winning 6 Walter Johnson of .Washington and Waltc Hoyl of ihe Boston Mad Sox arc both given credit lor pitching nine [ull innings without r.llowlng a lilt, bnt the nine Innings didn't make a [ull conlesl, as II happened. Johnson worked In his hlllcss slrins E linings' atfV.nst Hie Now York Yankees on Msy 11, bnt the gamo went 12 Innings ID a llfc score ali' tlie Tanks loiichco Johnson up for btagle In Ihe loin trame, Iloyt, after holding Ihe Yankees illcas for Iho nine Innings, late In September, went down lo defeat in lo should be on hoard ship. [ha inning. Bliss Powers and Colcman Bannls ler, Moncloa, .V. wcro flrrcsled on n charge of stealing 16 ftllvcr valued at J9.IJOO, from C. P. Munro Ihem ''How it i a mailer ot three ono'week of Is ;pen: v ROUSH USED OLD BATS corresponrlcncc.' school courts would be Just as cffec- foctor Uarlon. deapilc opposJIlM, tittle fill-in slums, tuch an baseball drives throuzh Ihe couillry, kept Ihe men un- der hl3 supervision and helped break up Ihe monctony and strain ol iraln- Ing. In 1911, under Dr. Barlon, the L'aosdion Coronation Irani m.vJe Ihe bcsl showing any Canadian tciln ever marfe and wrested Inc silver trophy from the KnullEti and Australian teams. More Likely It Is more Ihsn likely lhal Ihcre will ho more "candidates for (he Joli and several with "Army Service" on their record are mentioned U9 pro- bable candidates. Discipline is need ed on Iho Olympic (cam even as II was In the nrmy, and a "returned man" u-llh nthictlr. qinllflcallona, would have P M in MB favor. Tlie 1525 Olympiad will be prac- llcally tha last chance foi} anV "re- turned alhlclo" lo an Olympic loam. Thcro are somo who are si 111 going fast enough to catch n place, but 1921 will flee a Ihe return of Ihe' Bal.i arc lo Iho ballplayer wlujl the voice Is to an opera singer. The> cherish all sorts of superslillon about Ineir >var clubs and many a big league ulixyer started on lilting rampagn simply because he happened R-W, Service Station Seirlcn Station for the ramoas K-W MagnetOf. All', makes ol ECnerators, colla re- paired. ol repair car- ried. All work MAGNETS RECHARGED Tie Roy EKctrk Co. 61 a 4th Avenue South PHONE 7M his hands on what called a bal. llo'iib .innills Ihla and says ic did mo.U of his Mick work (luring he K'19 pi-ason with two clubs lhat ire considerably more1 lhan 20 years old. The bals T-'crc ?l7cn lo I'.il Moran during Iho sumnhr by Dick Oorman, Moran's firit when ot (ho old-jlintri arc games Pal bro'Kr: In w.iy back In 1837. Gor- man Uf.ct) the slicks during Iho "90s, and r-a'-Ktil Iticm slcns lo Moran lo bring Cincinnati luck. Morali turned them c.vor lo hli slar slugger, and whaled out enough hita wilh llrosc ancient slicks In land him al Iho top of Ihe Nntlonal Icrs. Gourllc and Mr. rjarl MIHa were busi- ness visitors lo Lclhbrldgc tbe tore- part ol llils week. ifrs. Carter and little boy, who have been vlilling at the horns of Macleod for the paat two monthE, lett on Tuesday for Sleltler where they flll Ihe remainder ol Ihe win- ter wllh Jlrs. Carler's parcnla. Mr. George Wyinnn 'arrived home from Calgary last Salurclny. Mr. and Jlrs. Jamts Clark nnd fam- ily are spending Christmas week wilh Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Dockcry, ol Car- mangay. Jlr. James Grey.lett last week tor St. John from whenco ho inlends lo sail for England-where he will Tlsil his old home. Kd Uonncl lias charge of his tnrm during his absence. Mr. Eil Gollchalk departed lasl eek lor Kincardine, Onl., wbcro he Intends to spend Iho wlnlcr holidays wllh his' parents, f Tho Embroidery Club met nl Iho homc'ol JIcAlplne Thursday. About'Iwcnly were present. Christmas Irte fcslli-als nre being held in most of (ho school houses around hero fhls week. On Friday af- ternoon ft community Irec is to be hold In the hall. Jolin Gourlle molored over Id Sun Dial lasl week and brought bactr lls pon, has been ng Iho coriEOlldatcd school there. Kiwood Craig, "who has been vitlling at Ihe home ot Mr. 3. W. Crolg, Hlh St.. arrived home Miss Craig her ilnd Intends lo apeml Christmas here. The U. F. A. realized Ihe sum ol dbllnrs nl the basket sodd" Jicld on Friday evening Eil Howvllle hall. Mr. Mciton In .Lclhbridgc on business Kriday. Electric Welding CAR IMPAIRING Lawiord Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Held We Hive InltaJled a Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RKDIkTORS Can handlo all makes of cirf. Air Furnace Work, FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 334 6lh St. Soulh Phone 1711 Ir. anrl Mrs. John Andrus are apcntl- Ing thft wltli Ihclr'daughlcr, or Carmnngay, WILL flEMODEL SHAMROCK IV, NEW YORK. Hoc. ch'an- virtually ftmounllns lo remodel Ifartwig's baby dfed rcry suddenly Monday morning. Tilr. und Mrfl. RoynoMs violt- ol ot Iho homo of Mrs. "Wnvn Ilcy- ndlriK, Knchant, last The roads ore very bad, but we hear no one cu'tnplatnlng. In tacl, ]tt.K will he made on Iho Shamrock Is so vckortie Ihnl wo can Upton's Rhaltengcr for In Iho garago and use Iho the America's cup, according lorcr-orls team with n smile, cufrcnl in well fnformcd yatchSng clr- i Chester Drlclx left for points clc.i hero tnilay. The moat north of lo looK after Iho changes, It fs paid, will bo to shorten R eve ml conlracL oiitfltc he has up Ihe heel by aboul fire feel ithcro, t for (ho purposes of increasing apodal Mr, Carl rr.iilson left, for I'ortland wprlr. last Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adlmt Block 13th Street N, OENEHAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF By Experienced FORD SERVICE AOENCY TIRES STORAQE ALL WORK IS GUARANYEED 6. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH pennlls ount lo Hi I a jcsr, ;