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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlDTiK DAILY HERALD MONDAY. FEBRUARY 'J. 3020 yi! "BRINGING UP By G. McManus OH! I'M TOO eo TO VdO Fight Decisioiii HOSTREAi, Feb. WORLD OF LEffiPK to the batsmnn. j for the purpose of aiding I IlulES of Majors giving a ba Make Change- Allowirt: Homer on Hall Hit Into Stands the pitcher CHICAGO. Feb. occu- .56 on balls If the catcher shall rnovp out of position prior to tlie time the ball leaves the pitcher's hands all runners who may bo on bases be entitled to advance one base." The rule governing the home run says ihatiwhen a player knocks the ball into tho stands or the crowds on Former Lightweight Champion Said to Be Anxious to Meet Benny Leonard pied the spotlight yesterday in the. baseball world, liasehall olTicials of [fair ground, he shp.ll bo given credit five leagues were there, two leagues j for a liome run if lie completes tlie held their annual meetings and the j circuit anil all joint rules committee of Ihe National j ahead of him. nnd American leagues met in. an ex- tended session to au'eud tlie playing rules. Numerous rules .in tiie baseball code were threshed out at the annual meet- ing- of lire rules committee. Chief among these were rules relating to the 'home run, the Intentional pass, the balk, the "dead ball" and regarding Ihe freak delivery of It was bo In all, nineteen rules were amended and one added. The rule deals with the finally agreed that the "spilter" 'abolished after tho 1520 season. runners shal] score In jiassins this rule the committee argued it would in- crease the number of houic runs a season and also work to the baiters' advantage. The amendment dealing with the "balk" reads: "Any m white stanrii! XEVV VORK, Feb. Welsh, former world lightweight champion, now n captain in the army, may another chance at the title. Commenting npon a report from the Bahama islands that permission had been granted "for ir championship bout between Berjfiy Leonard and YVc.ish. Billy Gibson, the champion's manager, said he was willing to live up to a promise giv- en to the former champion in 1917, when he lost the title. At that time Gibson told him lie would be given a return match as soon as the now champion felt, able to go over the JO-round route. Welsh's application for discharge is now in the hands of the army of- ficials and when lie is allowed to lay aside-liis khaki trappings he is ready to get back into the ring. The former champiou said in an- swer to the report.that he know noih ing of the Bahama islands fight, hut he was ready to take another shot for his old honors. Wcjlsh is said to be in good con dition after years in the army weighing about 137 pounds. j Shortly after the Dempsey-Wlllan: lotion of a pitcher to pitch ffht al; o{ fm nningm his Jigh[ tlio.Islands having the ball in his possession or was made, 'according to Gibson. Ai regardless of whether he maKcs any I ilmo (lle of sl ood op motion lo pitch or not, it fne Pitcher takes a legal position on tho rubber williout tho ball in bis possession orj i[ ho takes a.pitching position oil ibej rubber and feints to deliver the ball mer champion was suggested to tho of nil the-principals. intentional pass, declajing It illegal; to Ihe batsman, it shall be called i for the caicher to step from his bos balk." to aid the pitcher in pitching wide to the batter. This rule as amended and adopted by the rules committee, said. I Several additions are lidded to Ihis, rule, one of which says that the ball i shall he declared a "dead hall" and "It shal'l be the catcher no play can he made until the runner] to U-aris his natural position Imme'tli-: 'or runners reach the base alely and directly back of. the plate they arc entitled to. bases Old Country Football lo storms ta the east Saturday which affected the wires, the Herald dhl not secure the results Us leased wire.) j LONDON, Feb. Country football'. j First Division j Oldhnni Athletic, J Blackburn Hovers, 0; Liverpool, 2.' Bollon Wanderers, I; Chelsea. 2. i JJradfonl Citv, I; Newcastle United! Derby Coiintv, 1; iliildleborough, 2. i Ih-crlon, 1; Aston Villa, 1. Manchester City. 3; Burnley, 1. N'otts County, 0: Ursdford, '1. j Sheffield "Wednesday, 0, Preston j North-End. I. I Suiulerianil, 3; Manchester 0 Viest Bromwieh Sheffield! United. 2. Second Division Birmingham, 0; BarnsleyA Blackpool, 0; Tottenham Hotspur, 1. Bristol City. Orient, 1. Coventry City, 1; Wolverhamptoii, 0 Kulham, i; Hull Clly. 0. .Grlmsby Town, I; Molts Forest, 0. Jludtlersfieid Town, 2; South Shields, 2. -Leicester Fosse, 0; Stockport County, 'i. Jtolberhant County. 1; Uitry, 2. Sloko. J: Lincoln City. 8. Wtslham United, 3; I-ceds Clly, I. Southern Division Brighlon anil Hove Albion. 2; Head- 'Crystal Palace, 1; Ilr.intfnrd, 1. Cardiff Cily, 1; Swansea, C. Millwall Athletic, 3; Southampton, 'Xorthampton, Town, 4. Newport Counly, ti; lirlslol Rovers, 2 Portsmouth, 1; Plymouth, I. Q_uecn'a Park Hangers, 0; Gllllng- ham, 0. Swindon Town, 5-, Hiloii, 0. Soutbend United, 1; Norwich City Watford, 0; Exelcr City, 3. LONDON, Fob. Second pund of the Scottish football cup on 'alurday reauHei) as follows'. Broxburn, 1; Queen of tho South 0. Bimdce, J; Celtic, Z. Kaisers, 5; Arbroath, 0. Armadalo, 1; Hibernians. 0 fsrtloV, 5; East Kite, 0. Queen's'Park, 3; Vale, 0. Aberdeen, 2; Gala Ferr? Dean, 0. Alloa. 0; Kilmarnock, 2. 2; St. Mirren, 1. Hearts, 2; Fklfclrk. 0. Third Lanark, 2; Vale of Leven, 1. St. Johnstotic, 1: Morton, 1. Lochgelly, 2; Hoval Albert, 1. East Sterling, 1; Ralth Hovers, 0. Clydebiink, 3; Clyde, 3. .MUiun, 1; Dumbarton, 2. E Rugby International Scotland, 0; Wales, 5. London Scottish, 28; Oxford versity, 11. Urn- Ciiinliriclsc United. 21: nichmonil, Xnrtliampton, 22; Harlequins, 13. 1-: Hcdlh, 3. Ibices tor, 2L'; Mosctcy, 0. Park, 11; S. I'ontypool, 10. Choltbam, 0; Gloucester, 10. Old WhiiRifHans, 3; Old Ulncs, 42. Old Kfij-sians, '28; London Irish, 0. Ohl Merchant Tailors, 0; Iloaalyn Park, !t. Northern Union Halifax, 32; Urainlcy, 0. York, 1ft; Bradford, 5. Issues Injunction Against Thei Issuing Cub Manager CHICAGO, Feb. to re? strain the Nations! League from arranflfng or publishing a sche- dule for 1920 was filed in circuit court today by Charles Webb Murphy, one time owner of the CubE. Murphy names s1l the clubs in the league as defendants, charges the league magnates with breach of contract in connection with the lease given the Chicago club for Cubs Park. AMERICAN BOXER WON MILAN, Feb. McCloskc American Imxer, codify knocked 01 na llaUan Tighter. 5rcat Montana Team and S. A. Champs Clash on' Cardston Floor The "Y" boys are going to have their hands full for the next three or four weeks with basketball games. The first second; tearris are playing their Ust league game at Cardston-oh Thursday of- this'week. -This game is so important to the first team but, for the second team it -will decide whether they wilf become the champion second team in South' ern'Alberta. It they do not win they will be a tie for first plate, but we are sure they are gdin'g to show-our-Carrdston friends a fast and furious gaine, On Friday, Feb. Medicine Hat is'-bririging, tip their team and it is hoped that Tabtr will play our second team so that 'this .is _going'to be'one'big night so don't fail to keep Ihe date open to .come and see' these two games. Then on Wednesday the 25th the' first team wilf journey to- Cardstori" to play 'Montana. -.These boys .are Indians every one over six feeij.'they -have played .27 games and never lost a one so you may'be sure that there will be.a a half when theic two teams' meet. Paris Session Designates the World's Titleholderaia Every .PARIS, Feb. Amateur basing was discussed by tho international boxing congress at its session yester- day, Kepresontation in tbo interna- tional of. amateur boxing was taken up. H was decided that Great Britain, France and the United States have "three "voles each and Belgium, Aiistrnlia, Itnir, SwUzerlantl. Den- niark. MollRnd, Norway, Sweden, lArgentina and Brazil one eacli. The amateur hosing champions of the world, it was decided are the winners: of the Olympic .who -nrill .hold.- their titles until the jifcxt Olympic games, at Antwerp. Resolutions with regard lo the bos- games coinpetitions iit'. Ihe Olympic adopted. They provide that the championships be limited to four days and that each nation be permitted to h'aye two represents In each cJnrs. The lengfh of tho contests were discussed, but no -the' mail. Herald's English Cup Competition Canadian luiddiewelnht clfani- pion, signalized his rolura to the ring aTter several mouths'- absence conse- quent HU attack of 'neuritis, --coa- traded utter his flKhl with' Chip at Portland, by kubekiflg'; he third. rotad rt a IH! LO-rouod bout bere Holland had beeu kuocXed ilowu three occaslQns previously .in the same rouud and jvas badly beaie'u. Coulln Atkins TOHQXTO, Harry Coalm. Buffalo, outpgktcd "Fi'shUnc" Dick': Atkins. Toronto, lu (ho uialu bout in a boxing touiruamuut ul ilasncy Hall here last 'night undcj (he iiusplcos of iho Great War Veterans' Association- In rouad Couliii knocked 'At- klus dovvu wiih a lelv to Itto eyu. Jas. .MiOtntiis of Wabfipllae, fel while L repufrluK somo' macbluery ia'; a sawmill ttud broke his ..neck. OfTAUtOUVERY r I Servlco on-Country 4; _ Trips. fhints 787 I fi j .f. The draw for Round Three is as follows: Liverpool vs.'Birmingham. Chelsea vs.'Leicester Foaso. Preston VS. Bradford Citv. Bristol Clly vs. Ca'rdiff. Aston Villa va.Sunderland. 1 Notts Caynty vs.-Bradford, Tottenham Ham. Huddersfield .vs.; ;Piyraouth Argyle. Rules of ;the Competition 1. Tho "will fill in the coupon giving (he name of the team ho or she thinks will win, and the numb'er of goals scored by that team. 2.. Twenty-five cents must accom- pany Competitors are al- lowed to fend is as many entries as they irisht but each entry must he ac- companied by twenty-five cents. 3.; >n tie event "of more than one person' sending J'u'.h correct result, tho first prize ,wiil be equally divided. Tins wlil ialso apply in tho case of and 'other "prizes. Ji no correct result'Is. submitted, the near- est guess, will receive" first prize. 4. Names .aun addresses should he written plainly, and entries enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed to .the Editor, Football Lelh1 bridge and in the .box in the Herald business office, or Hockey Results FRANCE MAY RE-ESTABLISH RELATIONS WITH VATICA HOME, Kefo. statement of Premier .Millernml of France to the Chamber of Deputies, on Friday th: if the national interest demanded a resumption of relations with Ihe Vat- lean the government would bring the 1 matter before parliament, which would Salford, i3; Droughtou Rangers, 5.1 decide tho matter, has produced r UocUdalc 0- (most favorable Impression at the Vat- liiuldersfleid. 12. 1 In Vatican circles the rftcstali- Oldham. i; Ihdl Kingston, S. llfihincnt of relations between France Comment on the Result a'lrl lhc Vatican is considered as cor- Fch. fool- _, ball ivas characterized by tlic surprfs- iijg failures clubs playing at home, i West Hromwlch notably succumbing: to Sheffield United before thirty thon-i sand people, both goals being scored by Jeffrey. niachbnrn went down before Liver- pool, who always seemed the superior team, although lllncklnirn was hainlt- capjied in Ihe second half by injuries to Brooks, Miller scored both the Liverpool goals In the second half. Sheffield Wednesday, who suc- cumbed to Preston, tried a new Inside right, named Taylor. Proston hurt all [he luck throughout the first nrJMhelr goal by .Miller came fivo minutes after the change of ends, made by Sunderland Tho progress Is remarkable and they arc well In the running for the .leaguo and cup championships. Mordue scored twice within 10 min- utes, More heading the third goal. Chelsea's performance at Iloltoji was entirely creditable, All the scor- ing was done in the first half. Chcl- Twelve IfioiiRantl spectators iverc liigbly excited from Etarl lo liio finish. Walden'rf Koal Was successful- ly scoreil through a nilsunderfitnnd- ing 031 the part of DlacMiool's bai'k and that team sustained several cas- ualties. Pnlham liad :i narrow victory at Hull before spectators. Mcln- tyre licailed Ili'rough In the second half from a corner tiick. Hull made ilcsiicrale efforts to equalize. Weal- ham gained a fine victory over 1'orl- valo before 2JHif) Hpontaforn. I'nldc- foot performed the hal Irlck. Tho Urlslol-Ciaplou match wa.s drawn anil v.-.is milnbio fin- high feel- Tea's goals were secured by Croal anJ 'Portsmouth's single goal was ing, fl.sts coming info play among the players more than once. Wnrr v.-as; ordered off the field (or kicking an op- ponent on thn ground. Cardiff Rained narrow victory over Swansea bt-Iorc 25.000. The solitary goal of tho match was scored by Hwue, flvo minutes before the close. Vancouver 2, Vieteria 3 VAN'COUVCR, H.C., Feb. a lolly contested game here lasl'nieiit :hc Vancouver Millionaires were de- feated by Victoria by a score" of-'3 to 2. Lester Patrick played n brilliant game for the Victorias. C. C.'s 3, Hustlers 1 CALGARY, Feb. Cluh extraordinary high clasa of hockey on slow ice last'night and defeated tho Ilnsllcrs of Edmonton, to 1, There were only a few funs in attendance, the smallest, crowd-ol ilie season. Tiic locals played -won- derful hockey, displaying team work for Ihe first time this season, which brought them results and had-the} played such hockey for the entire season the league standing would have had a different reading al this, tho las' game of Uio tegular a.cheilule to be .played in Calgary. Tim Does It Again EDMONTON; Feb. Dunn'o specially is beating the Wanderers. I Twice he has pul in the goal that de- cided games In favor Of'the Eskimos and last nlghl he scored three of'tno seven goals against them, although lie was playing only for nbout 12 minutes of (lie- hour. The Kskinios decisively defeated their rivals by a score of 7 to 2, and arc now balanced'on luti pinnacle of.the league standing with the Calgary Wanderers. I Ltd it not been that sticky, ic-o retarded (he speed It would have been o'no of-the best games of Hie Koason. "Wanderers Eskimos nrc -now tied for flrsl place in llio league stand- ing with seven wins anil four losses each, with the Hustlers, Edmonton, third, with five wins and six losses, anil Ihe Columbus (Hub, Calgary, trail- Ing the field with three wins and elghl losses. Moose Jaw 5, Saskatoon 2 SASKATOON, Sask.. Feb. Moose Jaw defeated Snsktitoon, a (0 2, In the Saskatchcuan Hockey I-eaguc last nigh i in a firsl-class hockey game. Senior 0. H. A. Result 7, Dons 8. PELKEY SHADES HAWKINS WINDSOH. Out., -Feb. Ford City last-niglil, Arthur 1'elkey, heavy- weight champion ill Canada, shaded Clove Hawkins, Montreal, fn I'j rounds, Lloyd Oberry. of Ford Clly, bad n clear margin hilay Kejiealiyi fit Dntroil. in eight and Tony of Walton-inn, pufpoinlcil Vonns Jnck liurji.', of Uetroil, In six rmimlH. cision was reached. The congress later, designated the irofessional boxing champions of Snronft. as follows '.Flyweight, Jimmy Wilde; bantam- Charles Ledoux; "leather- weight, vacant; vacant, owing lo the amputation of the left hand of Louis De Pontlieu; welter- weight, Albert Bailout; middleweight, Vacant; light heavyweight and heavyweight, Georges Carpenlier. The following boxers flre recog- nized in Europe as professional cham- pions of, the -world, it was decided Flyweight, Jimmy Wilde; bantam- weight, "Pete" 'Herman; feather: weight, Johnny Kllbano; lightweight, Leonard; welterweight, Jack UnUon; middleweight, 51ike O'Dowd; light heavyweight, vacant, and heavyweight, Jack Dempsoy. 5. No member' Herald slaB will be ali.owed'to compete. 6. All entries must be received at the .Herald, Feb. 20lli. BOSTON, Mass., Fell. Ruth today announced that he would attempt to obtain of the 000 "which the lied Sox are said tb have received for his release to the New York Americans. Returning Entry Form I hereby agree !o the c.cjiditioiis laid down in, connection competition and agree to abide by the'declsion the.'Herald Sporting Editor.' Kame. Address Name of team Goals scored" ierc from the Pacific coast, Kulh'sald le had no intention o.f making trouble, that he. v.'ould sign with Js'ew York at tho salarjvagrccd on, reported lo bo a but that ho would en- deavor to gel n part of llio price of !iis purchase from -the cluh. Huth predicted he would exceed his home run record of last year with tlic assistance of the short rlglit field at the Polo Grounds. Coo.k, while Vizard scored for Bolton. Toltpiihahi got another the expense of vicloi'y wii at displayed good form throughout Ihe by tUmlcry, after half an hour's play. The I'lytnouth attack' was never Im- pressive, although vKellovk scored TOBACCO SERIES No. VIII "Caring" or drying by natural air (old issllll pnctlned In Virginia. The leafls placed in ruck) to dry.and mature before belntpackedforerport. Tobacco wHh a Heart" vhtch'lxu been AUSTRALIA WILL BE AT OLYMPIC GAMES 'MELBOURXE, f'eh. !s loMja rcprcspnloil at tiio Olympic gnrncs at Anlworu ncjt juimradri. It offielnlly Hiniounccil TOBACCO Chewing Beif'er Jae CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND'. NIGHT Country Specialty Phone ISM, Office 4ft 3rd Si, Lethbridse, AlbefU. Ride in a McLaughliri. Special it tests no Dominion Baiement, Dominion Entrance ,on Street, THE RADIATOR MAN ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Eleetricr Welding CAR REPA1RINO Lawiord Welding Co. ?ntf Ave., Off. Lethb'rldge Hotel Phone 1544. We Have Installed ment for Repairing HUTOMOBIU RAOIHTORS Cau handlo all makes of cats. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workin 336 6th St, South Phbns 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By experienced Mechanlci, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TlftES STORAQE ALL WORK IS OUARANTEEO C. F, WILSON, W.'TULLOCH ;