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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX E DAILY TIERALD UTl'UDAY. JAM'.AUY 18. "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus j Well-IT 1 A To fill VQU ARE J ENTIRELY TOO liMRS SMITH- ONE HCW OF MISERY FOR The Sport Page Style in the Field and at Bat Lacking in Most Ball Players An old-timer in is inclined to criticise the lacl: ol by many of the. players of today. While some of them may deliver ice goods, says, as well as the finished players of other artists who iron fame, for their beautiful would ba even greater stars were they to culti- vate more srace. for style meaas bet- ter effectiveness. Mentioning some ot ihe players famous for the finish.they put oa tbeir work, among Ihe number teiag such plavers as Dunlip, McFhee, 'Wallace. McAleer, Fosarlv and La- joie. the old-timer goes on to say of these masters, whose play was bean- titu! to see: This class played with Tfooderfal grace, case and effecl-.They all gave way when catching a ball instead of I fighltoc IL All tieir greatness war. 1 founded on style. Tbeir ease and grace ivere not brought to them by their effectiveness. Rather was their effec- tiveness brought to them by tbeir case and grace. ta Hue. I hold tbit tho. tat Unas that should be inculcated io tbe boys beiin to play baseball is that with- out styie they never can hope to attain the highest standards of proficiency. We all Snow that a good style Is es: sential to success in running, swim- ming, boiing, rowing, tennis, golf, bil- liards; in fact, in every thought and action of those who ,wouia attain the highest nroftdeniy in their various A clear, lucid style of thinking, of wrrUing, or argument is indispensable lo the business and professional man Jnit a-, an easy, graceful stvfe of physi- cal action is essential to the athlete. sav. fpt us establish, re- cognize, encourage and develop z Stan- dard of style in baseball, takfas the ctloas add motions of tho best play- era and saving the rule-proving ex- ceptions for our models. Hollocntr a. Modern TVhen 1 see a yoang pjayer with style I know he -will -win out in the end. The first lime f ever laid eyes oa Chsrlej- Hollocber, ot the Chicago Cubs, 1 put him doa-fl as a winner. From the beginning Hollocher bad fijlc. So haa Scott, the Boston short- Hollocher's great rival; so bas .Maranyille, ot lhe Boston Braves; so baa Herzos, of the Boston Braves; so liava Eddie Collins and Bock Weaver, ot the White Sol and so hzd Comiskey, Latb.au> and Welch, ot the St Louis Browns, and so had Williamson, Kelly. Pfetfer and Sunday, of the old Chicago The left hanier rarely secures a ftlclloaless. easy delivery, it is ntarly always jerky and unnatural. Breiten- stein came closer to possessing a na- tural, easy delivery than any of the Ifjft-handers. His control was tbe very best and. as a result bis pitching life was mticn longer than that ol 'he averags left-hander. BreiMnstein was pitching good baseball for almost as long as Cy years, in fact Xo other left-hander has any- thing like such E. record. He was heavily too, during youth with the old St. Louis Browns, and yet because of Sis beautiful, easy- style" he lasted a long -while. Tyler. like Breltenstelu, will last a Ions while, ami thoQgh.he has pitched seasons he has as much speed and strength today as ver. Nlcholi a Poem of Motion Tyler, too, reminds ma of Charley Nichols, the famous old Boston pitch- er who endured EO long. Nichol? was j a poem In rootian as he pitched the ball, a perfect overhand delivery, with i a full "follow-through" they say in golf. Cy. Young, -who lasted longer in tie big "leagues than any other pitcher, hid style. His. Nichols, was beautiful over-hand delivery. Eube and Bags Raymond Camouflage Stockings. Style, too, is eventolns comes to pilchtns. The greatest pit- cherj all had style. Badbonrne, lhe old king pitcher, bad style to burn. In ac- tion was the poetry of strength, sad grace. George Tyler, of the Cnbs of time, hi.a style. He is as pretty a pit- as a man ever laid eyes on and frtco and ease are mixed up by 111 irtlh wonderful strength and speed, Tyler reminds me very much ol Theodora Brelfeuslefn, once the king left-handed pitcher of the major gues. Palace Vulcanizing Works One Block West ot RETREADING, BLOWOUTS, RIM CUTS. Retreading Price List: W.OO both-had style. They were a pair of beauty blights when at their best. There and are others, too, in lhe big leagues thit have style wten it comes to pitching. All the best ditchers, too, have strle. Kay Scialk, of tie Chicago White Soi. and Bill Killiter. of the Chicago Cubs, toth have style. They work so gracefully that their task la the spectator appears wonder- fully easy. Meyers, Rsriden. Archer, Brescahan. Snyder, Thomas, Kling. Sweeney, Spencer and Moran are oth- er great major league receivers ot the past and present who had style. Buck Ewing. Tom Deasley, Flint, Mike Kelly, Vincent Nova, Jim White and Doc. Bochong. ot tbe old and famous catching brigade, all had tyle. They made light work of the jiTiest and speediest pitching. As la fielding, so in batting, a man musV hare slyle if he hopes to win out and reach the big'aast honor in the hatting list. TV Cobb and Tris Speaker, in the American League, and Berjir Kault and Hal Chase, iu the National, are all stylish batsmen. They stand right and trwing right and are at ease when in their position with Uie bat, Delahanty and Anson. tne mosi tan-flic batsmen of the olden time, both had style. IJelahanly at tho plate with tat in hand was tie picture of graat akill end atreogth. AH pitchers looked alike to him.- Delahanly excelled all batsmen In being able to hit to all ilelds. Anson, too, like Dela'oanly, was picture at the bat. He not only had style, tut he conld whale the bill in al! directions. Of course, no man can hit where he wishes to at any one time, but It should lie within his power to hit car- taiu advantageous balls to certain parts ol the field when opportunity offers. Only men with elylo and ac- tion can do that. Lethbridge, Alia, January IS, Dear Ths president OI lhe Cow Town branch 01 the Hcotlegsers Union Heaved oce over The Calgary cops i Tbe other day, 3 He got in a shipment OI "pure roalt vinegar." He'd meet a would-be customer And tip a wink And cop olf his usual Twelve bones. The Calgary dicks Got wise and raised Tbe wind to buy A bottle. Chiei Cuofly opened il And tasted it Aud sent It to Edmonton Aad sure enough it "Pure malt vinegar." It's cheaper, And It's easier to acquire And the Pres. B.L.U., Calgary branch Figured it, right When te decided AH lhe suckers Weren't dead jet. Thl3 is true dope, So help us, Jemima Jones. WE THANK YOU. McXabb Rink in Macleod Cupj Here Nest Year on Jan. 12 Itonal Service Commission were pre- sented by the pastor, and it was do- to invite the Ladies' Aid of the church lo wltti lhe board of management an a committee for carrying out the recommeniialtifiis. H was decided to hold the annual meet- ing ot tlie church utter the service Sunday evening, February '_'. RALLY PEOPLE SI IIKlllJN. Jan. tUe elec- tions lo iho national assembly lew tliaji four days away, bourgeois aro banding every effort to rally both and female voters la hiiee livoietl afaias! UolsnuvUm. Two aS'J indications pointed, lo a majority for the socialists vrllh the aid of Ike voles of liolh iho Scblccltiuaiw anJ Haase panics. The Sparucaii out- burst hi llprlin. liowcvtr. has brougiu about a revision of llio election estl- males, the revlwl view licius slrengthfMX-il by (he of Ibe [elections in HavarlD. lijdcn and temlmrg. M is coiiiildered high- ly doubtful if ihe JUutcals Jointly poll more than 15 per >'eut. of Ihe tolnl vote, ivllh Hie cliacMi that It may bo considerably The uourgeolse. Herman Democratic acconUnK tto tho estimates. Is likely to roll 15 cent. the veto ami possibly per CRA.VBHOOK. TIci-sUl Us 1 annual bouspiel of the Crows Nest Curling Association is nearly finished tonight aud had been termed the fin- est ever yet held by lhe branch. Fine .weather has prevailed Ihroughout the -.veek. and Ihe ice his been keen, though it was somewhat mild today. -The rinks present were McNaugh- ton and Lawe. Carmangay: Stewart. .Macleod; SicXabb and Nelson. Leth- bridge: eight from Fernie and eight from Cranbrook. Six dra-.va a day nave made strenuous curling and keen interest has marked every game. D. D. McNabb, of tethbridge, and Law. of Carmaugay. are in the finals for Ihe Macleod cup tonighL Johnston, of Fernie: of Cran- brook; Uphardl. ot Kernle, and the winner ot Stewart-Uwe are in the semi-finals for the Triies-Wood Cup. Two Fernie rinks. Liphardf and Voting, are la the finals for the Ma- (Fr03i Our Own corr-ssondeno LAKE, Jau. Lake, has been for the last week shar- ing and rejoicing in the glorious wea- ther general throughout southern Al- etVa. do not bear ot any fresh cases the 'flu, while those who were iroubled with it appear to be iu their usual fornt again. The nev. Father McCoy was in town Saturday and Sunday last and Keld service on Sunday morning in the home of Mr. Haley. Service was Held in the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening, when the subject of discourse was "The Present CaYI tor National Service in Prayer." The Rev G. II. Barrett occupied the pulpit. MM. Flewel. of Taher. was in town a .til Consorv.'l- aUotled lier cent. in the figuring, while the former Xa- jtional Liberals may secure a icatit IU i cent. i The women of IJerlin nte carrying: I ou an active camiLilgu. They are alive itd tho issues Involved and appear to taking lo tliplr now fraudilfe urlrilcKO with u spirit of undersland- iiiK. Their votes will urotehly lo cast in an overwhelming iirenoniler- Inncc in favor of the Socialist atul i Democratic, tickets. Oulslde of ller- jlln, (he only lo bo in I'osen. where, the 1'oles ;nre in authority, according to the of- 1 cial vic.ws here. I u is not that It wl'.l be (1-Vrm oiir Own conesponrlcnti 'possible to get any definite idea of WHITiYV .Ian Annie result of the balloting before the :3n visited this week to look' n-.kldle of ncil week, hccause of Iho over Ihe estate and arrange Interrupted tele-graphic and railway for >ecdlng in ihe spring. She noiv communication. has full charge of Ibis estate, lier bro- The former Conservatives are en- the." Lieut. J. II. Cafion having been iterlnf? the contest as the German ,N'.-i- killed in action in }Yance last sum-, llonal parly, while [lie Clericals have mer. ilieeu renamed the Christian People's Fuller spent two days last QermaT1 Sunday' visiting her brolbar, Mr. Har- old Berlin. Hospital Scheme On Tuesday afternoon a meeting was held In Perry Hall for tlie pur- pose of explaining io the pecple oE Grassy Lake and district j crath cup. Ttie Walker Cup finals -be played off at Fernie by three Fernie rinks. I Ward, of Cranbrook, and Stewart, of -Macleod. are in the finals for the Grand Challenge. British Columbia rinfcs beat Al-j berta rinks for the Uphardt- indivi-' dual cop's In the InterprovinciaL .The election of officers of the as- sociation for the coming year result- red as follows: President, A. C. Up- hardt, .Kernie; vice-president, W. F. Cameron, Craubrook; secretary- j treasurer. S- Kerchmer, re-elected; chaplain, D. Duff. Lethbridge gets the Crows N'est As- sociation bonspiel for next year, the opening date being fixed for Jan. H. Taber municipal hospital scheme' There was a large attendance of the men of the town und district. A depu- tation from Taber and other parts ol the districts affected, consisting of Messrs. .Mayaard, McMillan, McClelland. Dr. Ham man and others, present to roake-the explanation. talned by Mack Illgdon. said enter- talnuienl consisting ot a coyoto chafe, a sport dear to Warren's Heart. Four coyotes were bagged In a day's hunt. Since Ihe. recovery ot Mack lligion and his wife from the 'flu. they have moved their homo ranch from nea Whltla lo Manyberrles and arc -National Liberals and Uour- geoise Liberals are milling under tiie CJerman Democratit; party's banner. Tlie indeiiendent-Soriallals enter tlio elections in a badly disorganized con- dition, n-lillc tie Schiedemaon p.irly. -or been solidified during the ing head of stock over 10 town- j ships. Wllltain Shortiiouse, v.ho enlisted at Fernie In 1516, dropped al Whit- la lo locale bis parents, who had mov- ed from' Fernie to a farm iit.-ui1 here, only to find "that they had relurncd lo their old. place at Fernie two weeks -Mr. J. Watson, a local ago. He given a royal welcome: was voted to the chair by ihe an-1 here and sent on ba way lo Fernie. I dience. .From Uie first there was aj Young Bhorthousc spent months' restiveness about the audience that i in the trenches In France and saw did not promise a very comfortable some heavy fighting. He was one ol j time for. the speakers. before four who "came hack" out of a lotRl )0 days. The Communistic parly, which is the iiolillt name for Uie Spartacan Bol- sheviki.'U not officially taking any part in the election. BILL CLYMER WANTS TO MANAGE LEAFS. "Bili" Crymer wants to come back to Toronto lo manage the Leafd. "Derby Day Bill" is out of a job, and i. knowing that "Jim" McCaffery the meeting through it was 150 that "went fonrarj" in o night dent that there was a strong oppo- sition to the scheme and that the ef- forls cri the speakers Lo set it forth and explain its' details were by no means welcome to some ot the au- dience. Interruptions were numer- ous, crosa questions frequent, and heckling the general order H at the close ol the meeting the speakers were unconscious of things "nailed up" it is more than some of the audience. Opposition raid on the Him trenches only a few days .before the armistice was signed. I The only" "wound he received was a small piece of shrapnel in the fleshy part of the right leg. This he ex- _ traded :vith br3 pocket knife and kept j right on fighting. 1 being were i ARE RELEASED 1'hillp old res- Went of London, Ont., fa dead. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Uy UIR Famous HaywooS Svatei-i RE-TREADING a REPAIRING By experienced Workmen. AH n-ork cuaranloed. Special mcul lor Him Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 203 13th SI. S. Opp. f Illion Mills There I; a strong opposition to the scheme, and they of the opposition were suspicious thai, in it a march had been stolen upon them. The op I.OXDOK. Jan. wire-' prisoners numbering been released by the these are officer-; Germans. I45j776 arc of other ranks and are cfviKans. An American, British and Fretirh joint commissEon lias 31x4 33x4 BROS3EAU TO TURN PHO. MON'TREAL. Jan. Bros- ?eau announces that he has at last decided to turn professional, and NEW YORK, Jar. 000 monthly salary limit decided on two days ago by the National League W2.5 rescinded at a special executive meeting of the league members here today. The limit decided upon was not dis- ci but Lt was said that the: monthly limit was consid- ered Insufficient and unworkable. Louisville since 1916, when men through the -left lhe Leafs to ioin the A.A. club. oi "'V Th 'Tnc Louisville evidently desires, ara hald onB.tn lhe Tlie' a rhange. because Clymer has been me" I as manager. William F. Neal, a available. If Grassy Lake and l-ouisvme man formerly scout for to lhe Tiber j Philadelphia Nationals, and laler vvllh hosnllal scheme, i pays Pittsburgh club, has been chosen i amy 'n wnal wouW maintain ill tt. the leader o! the Colonels for 1919. pliwlclsn In Us midst :ind cove- In) The application from Clymer wail the running expenses of a local I ceivcd at local headquarters ycsler-I'nofpllal, which, though not large or day. Clymer wlis with Ihe I.cafs in perfectly modern, would meet the 1315. and Ihoagh he got off to a bad i need of most cases. U reduces the start lhe Leafs finished in Ihird place. optiorlunily of physician to that His specially is, Irylng out players. which would be below the consldera- He doesn't retain a Player very long tion of a good man. and it entails if he !s not ot USD to a club, lie is ad- the sufferers and their friends milted, however, lo be a good man al throughout Hie dislrlcl a burden of baseball bargaining, even though he, risk, inconvenience nnd Incidental ex- may have a host of different men ;pense. It would, in view of the facts, the summer. His antics on >eem imperative that Orasry l.akcl jlhe coaching line are dllferenl from 1 have a physician and small hospital )the ordinary lypi! of manager, If. own, And If Uie people of lhe while they arc r.r.t pleasing to somoUown ami district would only get lo- .........nto a would avr> to put Inlo tlie Tahcr one to so rnrc their claim upon it and nvntl tltetr.eelvea of it, Ihey would roon be well prnvlilecl for in that reaped. A meeting of the hoard of manage- fans, they that lie Is heart anil and he willing to put eoul in ills Telegram, i local scheme the money they RAISE JOCKEY WEIGHTS. The. Roman Catholic cathedral at I Chlcoutlmi. CJue.. was destroyed tiy fire. The ljuildiiii! ami its lutings were XMV VOUK. Jao. ameml value! at 83M.OCO, An orisinal j merit to rules of horse racing call only walling to decile what offer he (ing tiy numbenl, valued at JIOO.CiOO.! ing for a new scale o( weights with a mont of the EASTERN IHATS cr CAPS sftr DA D mtff LA D ANDY WILL FIX YOUR RADIATOR Right and artvUcs you regard- ing Us care. SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your liatlery nccdr tery cais- ful attention during tho cold woallier, Call Our Service Department ami we will send Tor ronr nnt- (pry and sloro seme during winter at reasonnblo1 rnloa at our un-tocialo Station. 311 7lh Street S. Phono 616 accept. The American and Can. adlan amaleilr cliampfon, who was with the Huyal Air Force-, has Jiad many In the iiast to-lore- go tbe amateur ranks, No Doubt Your Car Needs Overhauling! WE CAN GIVE YOU SATISFACTION AND QUARANTEE ALL WORK Your car will bo overhauled under Iho supervision of mir thief eipeil, Mr'. Stoddari, formerly master mechanic ol a 300 car cipaclty garage In Winnipeg of renown suco.esr, CHARGES MODERATE PALACE GAEAGE T. H. RAVEN SECOND AVENUE (837 C. H. STODOART Mailer Mechanic TO FIX STANLEY CUP DATE 1> QTTAWA.Jan. CaHer ha.i called a special meeting of ihe NMI.L. at Mon- ff trcal Salurday nfghL for the pur- pose of dunlins with several matters ut importance, Inclml- 0 ing the fixin? ol fletalla (or Sfatiloy dii> iijattVifes between (tie rtiampion? of lhe Pacific Coast league. H l.i ff I'resiOfint. CaUlor riaa ordered 'the Iforonlo cluli to surrender j one of its to Ottawa, and this will also be rliacusgccl. general revision upward, has heen pro- held In the church nn af-j roicd to Ihn Jorkey club for use on the (t-rnoon. The FiUentlancft was Kowl A I unrlor ju it was 4 line npirlt (hroughout! J i announced today, A meeting; will proccedirga, Mr, Kd Johnson was) '_. held lo II3.18 on the proposed change. J voted lo the clialr, The dccrciary'] The proposed increases will bring thfi [treasurer reported that Hie finances} '-scale up io and In nome cases over Of Grnssy portion of lhe' that in operation In England. 'j 'i fi ff VICTORIA. Jan lo tho it: tn to- nlRhi's I'arilit; .Coa-ll Hockey League game between Victoria nnd Seattle, and the homo team came out on the long end of the clmrgA were In good sbape, nolwitn- ntandlng the rtryseason, and lhe 'flu' i small credit balance being iu! all the subscriptions prom-j I sod were paid In. Welt deserved coru-j menilatlon of Mr. Ilobli, the sccreUiry-l for bis excellent Rervicesj was hy of the I meeting. Tbe Forward movement of I the clitirch was Introduced and es- by thu mlnifitcr, nnd It was decided Lo deter tho nppolnlment, of tha Forward movement committee niv tho annual meeting fif lhe churcli, The rccommcndaUoDs of Uia Xa- Just Arrived Chevrolet Worm Drive One Ton Truck BAALIM MOTOR Co. DACK OF UNION BAHK THROW YOUR OLO TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;