Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
3W THE LETHBRTDfiE DAiLV HEIUID. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 19IJ '.'BRINGING UP By G. Me Manus HOVv it) IT. MR 1 ARE NEVER IN I WHiH I -ANI -IVE VRlTTEN A xou TO TCLL ME WHIST WJ THINK IT IS VOR1H WELL-THAT tON6 A NICKEL WILL A. OF SPENCE BROS. TAXI CUy and Country Trlpd Healed Car.. PhonM OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips IN OF KNOCKED OUT COYNE JERSEY CITY, N. J., W Srnlth of Bayonne, knocked out Jack Coyne, of Orange, N. J., In the tscond round of their UcT, hero lait nlghl. Smllh weTghei 1G7 and Coyne CURLING UETS G01 Get awar from tho horse's head, Sic eve, we are all ready to RO. That dart man we were tulhing tc yesler- T, .'day momtng was tho .idrftnco agent Has Chance to Old Mail winter. He wanted to Dempsey, Asserls Ring Director RecflFng iho various opinions expres- play a return enjosemenl. Bo eald all right, old thing, bare It your own way. The curlers and hockey boys got their necks all set for a big .....______r_________ diy on New Year's, H'B 'ell oa Iho upon'the'result of a contemplated coal pile, but wbat'a the curling and fleht between Jfick DompEey and ihocfeey rmfcs for anyhow? Georges Carpentler, nil fiyree that Tha golfers bare dono byo-bye, jpempsey la a pwHive .sure thliif. crawled awaj- back into itielr cocoon, (writes Charles Ross, physical director'and now the curlers have the boards. "CY" YOUNG WOULD SMIBACK Famous Pitcher Has Hankering to Abandon Farm for Diam- ond Once Again PLAYED FOR 20 YEARS A tall. broad-shouldered, fanner looking person registered at the Grcal and Cardslon .Meet in its First Game on ihe 1-lth of Januarv What's doing in the basketball Une tnis year? Will there be any Ihis winter? iuanj-Brn asi- Jng, and the answer Is: Some neets ago B meelloj wat held In Ihe Y.M.C.A. to'arrange a Southern Alberta Boslwftill Threo towns irera repre- ten led and.they formed a league. Thev Uien up laws and mlea for 'the. leaEpe, for dear fcnotri -i-ifeet-.need tbeni.' Since that mctjt- Ibg the boys hare bean working to ?eL into shape for the big liiafue. Today we recelred the 1bal Magratli wished to enter tha league, EO a new schedule has "t-een drawn up and win pub- lishcti in a few dayf-. It IR ei- pectefl that, the Ilrsl game o[ league will be beLwean, Lethbrldj-e and rdston at Lethbrldss oa January Lhb I-itli, Thn winners of (bis ara lo receive a pennant End each member a medal. Alberta Is going 16 hare one of iho best years in bcsketbiUl It ever bad. Viagra Haymond, ion and Letbbrldse ham formed n league. Edmonton Calgary "Y" and Medlcloa Hat -have Rll sent In challeng-s, but suitable dates could HDL be ar- ranged. There is arso the Edmon- ton "Y" team, so you can set that basketball will be In the front line 'with regards to winter sport this TCCF. The Lcthbrldgo team J3 being coached by A. M. Stead, the nolert basketball player. He ha; coach- crt raar.r tcaiDE anO he IB out to bring Ihc Lclhhridge bojs or. lop this winter. Walch Ibo pavers for new3 ai (here ID solng lo be some- thing doing in tbe basketball lor Iho rest of the winter. CHICAGO, Comli- 1-aane.s nosL1. uujaiiui unctiui American forces who cecoaded This is Just lo lei you know thai 21 1n Chicago, Iho olhcr He signet', as "Cy Young. Cleveland, The clerk, a baseball [an of the Irsl degree, up and jald: "Tha old baseball pllchor. Ihe (el iv could make thorn all sit un nd take riur.ViRi Smith iu his fight with Car-.b-Qura of IhEs wealher will raako every- Ipeniler. He continues. thing Jake at the rink. The NBW Veer's L want lo say, Ibnl, In my opiiiiuii. Daj curling will ha the same drarc si Icarpeotlor' has a possible chance of'was proposed 10 play on Christiuaa. Remember, I ear "possible This la II: jchance-" To eaplaln, Carpeniler has jtho pair o( hands that any tmman being ever s.iw In aclion. Where Danger Lies It IB. possible he may come out o( his corner EO quietly in the first round that he will land on Dempsey before the lalter is readr. If ho hits the cbam- with his right it Is sure thing that Dempse? will bit tha floor. Whether tbe blow will be powerful enough to Xcen Denipsey on the floor for orer 10 seconds 1 don't know. That's why. I say Carpentler has n >ossiblo rhwicT.-'' whipping our cbamploa. it Dempser can manage to cfthe Chicago Amerl- lie or this terrible blow caa League Eyeball Club, today Ti.. jho will positively whip Carpcntlcr. For iraled hta offer ol for direct I'he French is strict y a shorldls- Lonls Ihe 1919 Ee At The a con- of officials of the tluh at which two St Louts mea tesllfled. Secretary- Ilarrr Grablner announced that no CarpeDtter hit Gunboat Smith wUb a.nBht ed t.e Gunner stiff. Hemern- Ilarrr Gralner announce ta no etidencfr to auppon tha charge -had irMa CarpeiiLiej tipped tbe T "Tha 91. Louis parlies cirae hera the request of President eaid Grablner. "ThEro had been many] rumors lhat they could glre tlOTi of value. It developed, however. liat Ihey could tell what lomeone had told them and Ihey knew nolblng we hai not heard berore." One of tbe rumors was to the effect SrQllh. f Calgary street railway figures on ied Smith lo bis comer, and In fifth came the mix-up which re- ,'n Smllb bains disqualified on mpercc-ptible foul. Xow, my reasons for Carpenller he- ing a short distance (leh'nr- 1.1 thla same fight the Frenchman travelled along at a apeed that dazzled, but ns It. a Sralih I Iwo White Eoi players had wag- ered money on tha Cincinnati club during the vorid'a series. DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC WOODSTOCK, OnU epidemic Dec. Carpenller Is a remarkable tighter. Ho moves around like n dart ol light- ning and always changes hla slyle rci-.ind afler round, lie owns a one.uvo puncil that Is Elartlmg. A telnt wilh the left; his riral Inslincllvelr [alls Ing conalderabla proportions, accord- Ing to the health authorities. There aerenl cam under rjnaranllna la Tarlous rifts ol thu and two u'ew cases reported this morning, Two a crash with the flir '.h.e ffenl_ oyer. Thai's the he This blow he learned fron s-surplns of JaO.OM ttiii rear, break. deaths hare occurred slnca tha out- Beckett a lev; ago. HEW YEAR'S DAY COMPETITION tO o'clock Crawford TS. Clart. McNab vs. Hied. Carberrr vt. 'Simpson rs. Sfcelth. Alrd TS. Johnson. 12.30 o'clock. 'KirUiim re. Scott, IJufl TB. Mncleod T3. Maraoch. IJoyd TE. McKenzte- TayJor vs. Davidson. 3 o'ClotV. Parki vl. Hamilton. Stewart vs. Shepherd. Xelsoa va. Slarrs. R. A. Crawronl vs. Urie. Ono sheet for games Tho Rlnkj Dr. -laylor. Theo be thai he was In Chicago on bnsbieas and to call on rienrfi. "Of rou'll laugli." Davidson. Parks. Hamilton. Simpson. StoiLh. Macleod. Mamoch. Bojci. JIcKenzls. Wm, Crawford. Clari Xelson. Wi- lt. A. Cnvlatt, when Ihe latter clectrUlcd I'arlj ;ara ago. It Clever Without douhl, hc'3 Iho classiest fishier lhat ever stepped Inlo Ibe ring. His footwork Is so clerer that he mafcoa opponent look like a Irucl; horse. In all his battles he keeps his left hand working like a piston rod In bis opponent's face in Ihc open- round. He take.0, advanlagc of Stevarl. Shcpberd, nicd, Scott Kirknam. Carberry. Dr. Toi. Peat AirO. Johnson. "Thai1 nj man. said the lariaer-look- Old-Timc Friends Have Always Wished io Meet in AVorld's Series BOTH ABOUT THROUGH John J. McGraw, mannger of Ihe ClanLs and Hughle Jennings, manager of tho Detroit Tigers are bending every energy toward winning pen- nants hi. their respective leagues In 1920. It Is very probable that bolh will have laid.aside the uniform for ever by Iho spring of 1921, and erer since Hilghlo look charge of Jletrnll in 1907, it has been the grcalcsl ambl tlon ot thcso old-time Orioles to match Ibelr managerial wits In world's championship scries. Slace Jennings began a brilliant career as leader of the Tlgerd 13 sea sons ago he liai world's ch Touns little laier. "when I tell you I I may corao bsck to tha same. NIUIOnal But stranger tilings have happened, know there's more money In farm- ng than. In baseball, but the lure o[ be diamond Is great and hard lo keep from." .Young pitched ball in the'N'adonal ragne from UiO lo 1910, aaC. for 20 he was- considered the daddy of all Ibe filngcrs. And, while he hue been out of the game couple of ri, he looks as elrone today BE ever and ho says hlc pitch ng'ana Is-better than ever. Ills fine health perhaps la dhe Lo Ihe outdoor ife he lira on his tara In Ohio, few mlleo-frora Cleveland. Of Young began hh career .IcTeland, and Stanley lloblnson. late president of the St. Louis National club, wa3 the man who dis- covered Young. Al the llmo Robin- son Ihe owner of Ihe Cleveland franchise, and tha Splderi, nudcr Pat Tebeau, were large, grapes la IhQ major league vineyard. Chicago was In Cleveland. fans .will recall those drcailcu nillCo wllh Anaon at their head; and such stars as Williamson, Tommy Burns, Fred Pfeffer, Dal ryznple, Jimmy Ryan and lhat sort on Ihe rosier. Those old boys used [o give grea' pitchers Ihnt earthquake feeling nbou the I i when they dragged up their figured In Ihrco i tills. In that i have won four But II has happened that the two clubs Phonei 787 Roldtnce 1210 Eddlo Berger Joe Ffencteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone IS58, Office 409 3rd Ave. 5., Lcthbrldgt, Alberta. REde in a McLauohlln Special, It coati no more. RUMOR OF THIRD LEAGUE ComlsVey, Rupert and Frjiee Sild to Head Proposed New Circuit, A persistent rumor is Going Ihn every opening and. seldom gels hll, ho rounds ol New Ttirk 'sporting cir- IravBla EO rapidly. He has n habit of.cles lo (ho effect 'hat a plan for tho 100-pound batons to thump the bltu men out ol anything lhat came near the plate. Tebeau thonghl It would be a gooi Joko to pitch the young man against Ihese sluggers and sco ills cited. He the boy he wanted him to pitch. Then.lhoy dug up a uulform lhal flt- 'ed Ihe lad like a collar would incase Lhe neck ot the lute Frank Golci. AnEOQ and his bunch were as fierce baseball pirates as ever sciilllod a ship, but they had to laugh al tbo lad who was Lo aim tho pill at them. They roared when Ihey caw him go Into the bor. But something happened. Tho Ud slruck oul Adrian C. Ansnn, world's wonder wilh the bal; he tanned Fred Pfeffcr, tho prince of second- TOO out the Rnmc season, and both he old friends In that lime bavc losl every world's series slarl. Both Ready to Quit That Jenntags and JIcGniw arc bolh usl about ready to down from maDagcment neither will deny For neither .Is It longer necessary to shoulder. Ibe managerial burderls hs (nlercsEs ol the clubs lliey refire sent, McOraw Is vice-president as wcl as manager ol Yort Glanls.'H bolils a large financial interest In tb club, and aa Mr. Stoncham is a comer id tho same, naturally McGraw ]Q3 to assume many of: Ihe executive spouBlbllilles. Jennings soon will CTactly the Fame connection with troll. II Is uadcrslopd he has mado succcasful negotiations for the pur- chase ot n Inrgo block ot slock held by Ibe late William F. Yawtcy nnrl Ihflt he will be elected vlce-prosldcnt or tho Tigers. Like llughlo Jennings baa a fortune ilur- 'ng his diamond activities and, liko McGrair, feels he has earned the right lo take things more easily Iroai now on- Fans Regret Their Pasting The passing of Jennings and Mc- Graw TTOUltl be of keen regret Ib the older classes.of fandom, who love lo revel In tho glorious past nnil mnko comparlEons Kith tlia present Perhaps DO greater baseball lion ever wae assembled Ilini" ,Ved llanlon's famous 'old Orioles. This club wna responsible for practically all ot (bo Institution of America's leading summer sport. TRAINING CAMPS PICKED feinting wilh hii le.'t and then duck- ng way low to the right so that If a man swings al him he misses by 10 feel. I watched-him In many (ighls and in all he depends upon his marvellous speed and tnorsy lo got by. If lie cvc-7 flehls In this country lie will hj :i revelation, lie will hit any man Ihnt faces him and If lie hits lilm with Hint right the man Is going to (all. j Again I say It Is a quenllon of rJomp- ey (ailing that wallop' and aiming ack. If he does, then ho will beat Carpenller without any difficulty. Bui reiterate Ihe frenchman has a iiole chance." ormatlon of a Ihird major baseball eague lhal will have Iho baching ol a billion dollars, Is well under way. BRIER SM O HINC SCHOOL HEAD CALLED A3KS SXtfiW SUKLK3: Viol. C. W laXer, district (superintendent ot Ihe iV'alta public f-chunls has Fiifed for damages arlring from. Iho al cgtd ilctl.nra'.lon ft lilimliclh -Miller, ol Walts, ho was "slew ed." Trof. B-jkcr rjurged lhat M.-a. Mil Icr saH to a neighbor, Ar.na 51 "irlloy: ''Are you fnl professor? s, and three across thai enllrcly. 7lien Chicago slngcf-" 'JBfian (o lake nollco. Pal Tebsdu s.tw lhal lli-r boy he tv.Vilook for a was a real Jewel In the rough. Tno boy won Hint game. Thai night Iho young lo ihn rumor, Colonel Ja-! lad's name was on every longue lit cob lluppert anil Colonel Ilmton, Cy Young, farmer, who became owners of the Sow York (ranchlao he American league; Charles Co- mlskey, owner of Ihc Chicago fran- chise, may wllhdraw thc'r Icaras from a famous baseball pitcher and who mado good lor many a year Qllcr- ward. said Cy, "1 remember nw h-> ,he American league iinil Join a new ginning at Cleveland. It was n rather eague, whldh. It Is said, will Include, jesldes tho three cities menlloncd, ['hlladelphla, Pltlsburg, Cleveland, DC- Irolt and a cily In Canada. It Is said Hint (he Du Ponls, millionaires of Uclcwaro: Kdsal Ford, son o( Henry r'ord of Wlroll, anil Harry Sinclair, millionaire oil Wng. arc all Interested In Ihc now project. beginning, for I only won Mines lhat year Tebeau'B team and loal seven. '1 did a Illllo belter two Ir.ler, when I won games ac.I losl only 10. Some record, lhal. 'I was nil.) yejrt with Clo PRINCE BRINGS BACK FOnGOTTEN ETIQUETTE kiw; for your tieanll- Well, 1 saw him a lew tr-inuica ago on Ihe Elreel anrl he was slewed." "I haven't taken anything stronger than pop for 35 Prol. Hakcr said. "My work depends on my uobriely. At Ihe dale in qucMion I was eulferlnf; from InlluoDia aid was In a Teak LONDON. Tho of Wales croalcd a ncn- prcccdenl' last night by rising 16 nroposo loyal loaats al- most in Ihc rnliidltt of a dinner. Al 0110 lime ll used lo Ijo a and fast rule at Knglljh public ban- that Ihcrfi should he no smok- ing nnlil tho loojt ot Iho King had been honored, tint of lale Ihe prac- lice has been more honored In the breach than In the observance. last nlghl when sorbels were serv- crl A number ot lifok but clgar- cllcs and proceeded Irfltgnl them. Tho 1'f-lneo at once Rtood up and proposed the hL-allh of Ihc I'.lni, Ihcn two with St. Louis; tben eight wilh Doslon, nnd then back lo CIcvo- land for Ibo finish; 20 years ID nil m thai, said, n "Yes, and three no-hit Samoa It said Cy. pitcher." "Some record friend. BANDITS MAKE HAUL Ohio, Dec. nrraed Ijandlls escaped wllh In edsh nnd K55.000 In checks In a daring holdup In tho downtown section Inll.mornlnc of James Ifoduf, who wfla carrying Ihc money from a sav and loan company lo a bank, Tho bandits were waiting in on tilley nr.i when llcdn! passed hy Iliey hurled lilm (o thf pavement nnd escaped wllh r containing tho money. Chicago Cubi Only Team to Condition on Pacific ID Paudcna, Most big league clubs imvo decider i their Imlnlng camps lor ncx pring, bul a fow hare been unable lo oropleto arrangements. The Cubs will to I'nsadona, Cal., gain.' The Ileds, world's champions. will go lo Miami. Ilrooklyn also will lell Horlda, working oul at Jack- onvllle. Ikislon goes back (o Coluni- >us, C.a. The Olanls will shift from )alncsvllle, Pla., lo San Antonio. Tho Cards will work oul at Urowns- ille, Tho Phillies probably will engage nuarters at Dirmlngham. The 'Irales aro lo pul In a week al Uaden, and Ihcn finish Ihclr training nl Hot .Springs. Thn Yankees will (rain al Jackson- ville, while Iho llerl Sox arc hcsllatinj Tampa, where Iliey norted ast year, and Hot Springs..Connie Mack has picked Lake Charles La ns the camp of tho Athlollcs, Dclroll will loosen up at Macon, Oa. Cleve- land [probably will select New Or- Washington will pick either AiigURta, or Augusla. Tho Browns probably will nnd In Mobile, with Mid White about decided In favor of Wniabatchlc Tex. A number of cxblblllon Bcrled have been arranged. The Ilcds ntd the Oriff- mcn will play a scries of H games and the Curdlnnls nnd Iho Athletics have boosted llie-inaclves for 17 jaircs In Tcisa nnd Thu Vaniccs and Hrooklyn, will play a aeries anil the Jirnvca and Ihe Tigers nlso hnvo booked up for exhibitions. FELLOWS OF H, C. I. IXMDO.V, Dec. mall dlan Associated n recent meeting of Iho noyal Colonial Insll lula, ths following clMled fcl W. A. Winnipeg T. K. Mcllwrnllhe, llamlllon, Ont., nnr Mcul, (leorgo S. Scalon, Victoria, How Is Your APPETITE? Slaybo you need a stimulant. If you do you should tako exer- bowling is Iho best cserclao you can havo lor the appetite. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldft. Entrance oil Sixth Street. THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBEflTA, THAT HAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. Wo devote our n'iole time lo radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 41S Fifth St K-W, Service Station Service SULIon Cor the famofls K-W Mnjuctos. All makes.of moKnclOt, (caeraton, pAlred. 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