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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin-: LETHnnmoR DA t catch weights, but the latter stayed to the end. Joyce won the decision. Dick Atkins, a local hoxer, earned the decision in his bout with Scotly Llsner, tho Toronto newsboy. Saturday at Granites. .Monday at Parkdale. Friday at Kitchener. Monday at Dons. .Thursday at Argos. llonday at Parkdale. Friday al Doris. February. Monday at Granites. Saturday at Parkdale. Monday 9--Argos at Dons. Thursday Granites. Friday at Kitchener. Saturday at Argos. Tuesday at Granites. Friday 'at Argos. Friday at Kitcheiier. Thursday ,at Parkdale. INTERMEDIATE GROUP'NO. 8 Graw are richly supplies ivilh pile ing talent arid have expressed thei selves as perfectly willing to stan liat on their first string twiriers.. In the catching department McGraw basr ardlnal luflelder, ttio rumor, persists, at negotiations for his services be- in last summer will be renewed by 0 Giants before long. As for tho nikees there have been rumors of crrill Pratt fur Sara Hicc, ot the Sen- ors; Duffy Lewis for Hlce I' the rmer returns to baseball, one or two tchers for one of the .300 hitters ou 10 Detroit team, most likely Hellman, ho is as strong an outfielder as k rst baseman. Other baseball rumors 1 the air are "PepY Young, the De- roit second baseman, tor Joe Judge he Senators' firat baseman, for Ever- It Scott, 'of the lied Sox, for Dome ush, of .Hie Tigers, and Bobble :oth, of the Red for a Yankee itcher. four high clagSupertormers McCarty, ''Mjke Gonzales, SpiTih and >Vank Snyler. Elmer Dec. Simcoe at Paris. at Ingersoil; HOCKEY RESULTS i >r Canadlens 12; Quebec 5 QUEBEC, Dec. brilliant ckey from start lo finish. Ihe Can- iens of Montreal defeated the Que- 6 Athletics here last .night by tlio ore ol i2 lo B. The locals were indicapried by the fad lliat they only ad sevcfci men in" uniform, but they ut up a great bailie after tho first eriod, which ended witii a Ecpro 5 o 2 ogalnsl lliem. Oeorge Carey wan ic star of the evening and the form- r .Sons of Ireland player gave one of se best games that has been witness- d here. Al one time he'-was playing ie whole Canadlen team off their! eel. Ho stored Iwo goals and was' n-itrumental in Ihii scoring of an- iber. The -Lineup juebnc rcsllion Canadians Jrophy Goal Yezina lummcry Point McNamara 'arpentier Cover Oorbeau Jan. "I liimcoe; Paris at Tillsonburg. Jan at Woodstock; .Simcoe at Tillsonburg. Jan. at Paris; WODLStOCJi. Jan. at Ingersoll; Tillsonburg at Simcoe. Jan. al Tillsonburg; Simcoe al Woodstock. Jan. at Paris. Jan. at Woodstock. Jan. at Ingcrsoll, Wood- al Jan. at Paris. Jan. nl Simcoe; Ingersoll al Woodstock. JUNIOH GROUP NO. 7. Dec. al St. Thomas. Dec. at Tillsonburg; Paris al London.' Jan. .al Tilbon- burg al Woodstock. Jan. at Paris. Jan. Thomas al London. Jan. ftl SI. Thomas; Paris at Woodslock. however, have only one backstop who is; sure of his Muddy Bnel. "Truck" Tarinah failed lo sive 'satis- facl.lon lae1. season and while he may of all e be retained there ia serious need of Johnson another strong catcher on the Yankee I club. In the Infield Wally Pipp and Roger 'Pcckinpaugh, are fixtures at first and short for Iho Yankees, but third.fcase is unsettled .because Fra'nk Baker has ugaln threalened to retire from base- ball, aud this lime he appears lo be determined. A3 prospects for third base Huggins has both Chick rated as one of the -most promising hall players ill the league, and Bob Meusel, a Pacific coast star of whom great 'things are predicted. As for Derrlll Pratt at second base, opinion differs greatly. Some oE the critics appear io regard him ns trading ma- terial ralhcr llian a Yankee fixture, but tliero does not seem to be any stronger candidate for the position unless Meusei makes good al liiird CHICAGO, Bee.' danger I the "organized baseball o to Hie championship season of 1920 ex isls In Ihe fac'tjooa'l fight ot the An erican according to Atlorne George W. Wilier; to whom Prcslden Johnson of-the volcanic circuit re ferred all questioners on his retur from arena. The only damage the nelligeren three club owners .can do the nex diamond campaign -is to refuse open their parks and put teams (lie race, and it is not believed will cut off their own income to I jure the league. "The American league will contim ,o function in tlio Interests o! clea sport." said. Attorney 'Aliller, "in spl of all efforts to hamper Preside ;on in the performance or h itlve duties. How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a stimulant.. II you do you should take excr- .bowling Is-the best exercise you can liavo for tlio appetite. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Batement, Dominion Bldfl. Entrance oh I" THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We devote our whole tlmo to radiator problems, ANDY THE RADIATOR' MAH 411 Firth St. 8. 114'SiiniicBStatlpii Service Station for the famous K-Vv Magnetos. All makes ot mnnmctoa, generators, colls re- paired. Full stock of repair parts car- ried. All work MAGNETS RECHARGED Tbe Roy Elector Co. EI8 4th Avenue Sooth and Fewster can be used at second. Outfield Worrying Muggins It Is the outfield, iiirtt is worrying Huggins more Ihan anything else.in Ihe first place Duffy ilke Frauk Ilaker, has Ihrealened to retire, and whether he makes'good his threat or not an imdersludy must be found for him at once. Then there is the_ queslion of centre field, whcr "At my advice the Icaguo meeti was held In New York where t minority inler'esls could not altack Its legality of prevent definite artlon. A new board of directors was elected as provided In the constitution and Iho annual meeting was adjourned subject to call of the president, ail in consli- tulional form. 'Some lime later, alter the Ihree dissenting club had time to cool'off and realize their mistakes onolhcr meeting will be held In legal form and whntever'bnsiness is neces- sary the coming baseball season will" bo-lrmisacted. Thai meet- ng will, bo called "by Ihe presided, and the time and place win be desig- nated by him.. We expect the three minorily owners to allend It, hut If they do not If will not prevent prep arallon for plivkig baseball next season and- the minority can rcsl as sureil Its' Interests Will be .protected. "The action, ot Ihe retiring of directors thcfr mealing iu ad- vance'o( the league session coulafni no dasger to the welfare of baseball or tlie conllnua'iion of Mr. Johnson Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Hotel Phorw Jan, London at Tillsoiiburg; St. Thomas at Woodalnck. Jan. Tillsonburg at Wooilslock at SI. Thomas. llsonburg. al Palis; Lon- Carey U. Wing.......Pltre McDonald ...L. Wing ficrlaiitrueUc -ttlcbio Kuli D. Smilh .Coulro, Arbour. Olds 2, Didsbury 1. Calgary C.C. C, Hustlers 3. Port Arthur Tort William 3. Jan. at St. ThomaK, Jan. Thomas al Paris; Voodslock at Ixindon. Feb. Thomas al Tlllsonuurg. '.Mnffay; L. W. Gill; Simcne, Kd.'Iieach- r; Woodslock, George Hosklns and ieorge-Chllo's; London, Torrl Monroe; Tillsonburg and St. Thomas not rep- resented, -Convener, M. J, flr.opl.iy-; 'PEGS 7, VIC3 6 Dec. from behind lo stage a whirlwind linl.ib ahr lo score goals In Ihe closing pcrio of play.lo lie the count at 5-5, the Victorias defeated the Wlnnlpegs, 7 Iu G, after 10 minutes of overtime play In a Winnipeg league here to J. v 41 HALIFAX WANTS OLYMPIC GAMES (iKN'KVA, per- manont Olympla committee- has received a rcriuest that tins Olympian games In 1924 be held at Halifax. The question will be decided at lhc games.to hold al Antwerp nexl summer: and several counlrles are 4 Ping Hoillo played erratic ball last season, mnuy of his errors proving costly. Rodio will retain his hitler or pinch hlller as long as ho remains In baseball, bill Ihe Idea pre- vails that tin.outfield needs slead- ler player than "Ping" has shown him- self to he, Katn Vick, ns the third outfielder, Is regarded favorably, but his game will liave lo Improve slight; ly for him lo make sure of his- placo as a regular. In shorl. the Yankees can use two slrong players to advan-. tage in the outfield, and as trading nm- terlal chiefly pllchors lo offer. If Derrlll Pralt stays It is fairly cer- aln that Chick Fewstcr will lie re- warded 'one of the outfield lierlhs nr.d in nnj' event the latter seems cer aln of a regular position, no mailer vlicfo lio is asked lo play. With Kaiif, liurnn and Young In ttic oillfleld McGraw has little reason lo lesire ft' change among Iho fly In the presidency. "When Iho Ihre.o members of thf. lioanl of dlrcclors voled Iu unseal President "Jbhilson from Ilic chair- manship of tlic' -board and iiinke chairman in'liis place, llicy mlltficd all their snbsctiuent acts. NIC coiifililution expressly provides hal Ihe president shall he ox-officio chairman of Ihe board of directors. was their purpose, of coifrsc, lo compel Mr. JoEmson to sit and listen :o everything Ihey wanted to say ftnr! lo'all the resolution's" Ihuy wauled lo pass tying his hands, while Comlske} acted us chairman, Iu trying lo rub tl In. ttiey rnbbej out all Ihe effect of Ihelr action." MOORE AND'LEWIS WIN Dec. th American banlainwelghl, defcale- Jenn Criqiie, llic Frehclmian, 111 lhc fourteenth round here tonight. Tod 6f de iesire ft change fl'mong ino ny cnascra jxjwis, m r.iiRJiuiu, in. yet riinior has copneclcd Kauff'n namelfcaled Matt Wells, also ot .Kngland, a with a trade whereby McOraw would Albert Itnll lonighl. Lewis had th 1 U of Ihn hniil all thfi WAV. riillin WIUI it obtain a desirable Infleldcr. At.first bale It Is merely a question al present whether Ihe veleran Hal Chase or tho newcomer, George Kelly, get? tlio IIB- slgnmcnt. Frank Frlsct.. whose scn- sallonal enlry a! a bi? leaguer was one of lhc features o{ Ihe Ok.nls' play fa'sl seaaon, appears lo bo slated for second baau, while Art Fletcher seems juro to he guardian of ahorl field liilri. Third base, however, presents iroMom lor SlcClraw has jcller of lhc boul all the way. cnllln. Wells' face to ribbonn find breakin his noje. Wells cavo up the struggle In the 12th round. STEEL TUQ DAMAGED POUT AfmiUtl, Onl., Deo. 26 Flro origin causeil darr ogo to the woodwork interior ot Ih blg'Bleel .tntf A, n, Conmee to the c lent of 425.0W, yhlle the boal was "a Iho We Have Installed a Full Equip for Repairins AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can htindlo all makes of Expert Hot Air Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 338 6th St. South Phont 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Block Uth Street GENERAL REPAIR'S FOR ALL MAKtS OF CARS.' By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES 8TORAOE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED O. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH Jas. d. Croil, justness man, Is dead, ;