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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAX, vjAyUARY 21> 1915 IRADING OF BAa PLAYERS GOOD FOR;Ti GAME Many Good Men Not Showing Their Real Standard of Ability and a Change Might do Them Good (By Huge Fullcrton) . Out of the chaofl of tlie baselialt Bit-uatlon one good thl&K is arlBing: that 1b the trading of players. The tradb of Hahs laiheri from Philadelphia to Now, York for Btoclt, Adams aad Demaree, the trade of Sher-�wood Magee for Hughes and Wibltted of the Beaton. Brave�, the trade by �which Ivy Wlago waa recovered from the Feds, and traded to Cincinnati by the Cardinals, are but part of the pro-eramme gf the National league. The sendlngr of Larry Lajole from Cleveland back to Philadelphia, the sale of Eddie ColllnB-each and every one a'move made to prevent the men from, possibly jumping to the Federal league, are excellent things for baseball. Were bltaatlsfied Every man thus, far traded as a result of peculiar conditldns in baseball �was dissatisfied with the club which owned bi and.the majority of them preferred going to the Peds rather than remain with their old clubs. Magee li'ad been'dlasatlBfled at Philadelphia for yeara, and Lobert, disappointed because he did not get the job as manager, would have been practically tiselesB for Moran.. Wlngo already had jumped to the ired�, preferring to get away from the Cardinals. Liajole bad become practically worthless to Cleveland. There are today in' the major leagues at least 70 good ball players who are not and neveK.-wiU play good ball until they get with aoma other club. X'or tblB reason the trades of the last few weeks are very likely to benefit every club engaged in them, Lajole is liable to play great ball for another year or two, and iias always, wainted. to return to Philadelphia. Magee,'with a live, hustling rball club, under a driving manager,'will be one of fhe- great-est men in the game it he falls, into the aplrit of the Braves. Lobert^buBht to make a great man for ;M�Ora,w, and Wlngo should be a top-ranking catch er with thd Reds. Trades: Shake Dope Much as the fans of a town liate to see a favorite pjayer traded, they must realize that after a certain length of time every player falls into a rut. If McGraw,;ghould trade his entire team for the entire Brooklyn team next spring,,; the iBropkl^fn team In New York .^ould be;; first cliolce for the pennant, and the New York team In Brooklyn would be a strong contender. The trades thus far made have shaken up the dope considerably.- NeW York has a real third baaeman, and Pbiladelphla has some.young hustlers to back up a superb pitching corps. Cincinnati iprotlts Immensely, if the Feds do not tle'Wlngo up in an injunction. , The Ghtcago Nationalieague management is making strenuous efforts to get a second baseman, and there are a dozen other ;big deals hanging fire, which may go through before the opening of the season. If they do, the pre-season pennant dope will have to be 'well-shaken once again before using, , " - CURLING LOCAL CONTESTS 111 the Hrewery competition there were three games played last night ; K. R. Davidson beat Pres. L. W. Clark, 10-8 ; Hugh Scott cleaned up Tom Davidson. Roy Davidson could not stand up to a second attack and went down to McCulloch 6-11. The Ellison provided a little excitement between John Bruce and Chas. Carberry. It looked as if the latter had the same tucltod away at the sixth end with a score of 8 to a,, but Johnny came back with a five-end and evened up. The play-of! gave Bruce a substantial lead of i joints. The other games in this competition were Dr. Marrs 8, W. J. Nelson 13, and Jack Wales 7, J. P. Hamilton 12. LADIES PLAY ~ The ladies were only able to muster up enough to play, one game, on the short notice given, but that provided ^utte a little excitement for the participants. Miss Bawdcn's rink played Miss Patrick's rink, and up to the fifth end it looked rosy for Miss Bawden, with the score at .5-1. Miss Patrick came hack with a tbreo and a one end. This game alsQ required an extra end to break the tie, Miss Patrick winning the game by tw'o points. The draws for tonight are : . 7:15 P. M. Jas. Aird vs. S. J. Shepherd. D. D. McNabb vs. W. J. Nelson. L. ,W. Clark vs. Tom Davidson. Dr. W. H. Marrs vs. J. P. Hamil-t(|n. 9 P. M. J. S. Smith vs. R. S. Smith, treo. Stacey vs. Hugh Scott. J. Marnoch vs. Torn Davidson. K. D. Johnson vs. Jack Wales. THE LETPnUlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Doli't Weai' A TnissI After Thirty Year*' Experience I Have Produced An'Appliance for Men, Woman or-Children That Cures Rupture, . v I Send 'U On Trial If you have .'triet] most everything else, come to me, . Where others fail is where I have my greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I will send you-tree my illustrated book MARVELOUS B0� FEAT AT ROCHESe Prom Uoohester,, N, Y., comes a Rtory of how Leonard Wittman of that city rolled aevMi perfect scores in one day. Alter 'telling of the ac-eompllshment of the feat, the story continues : "Wittman rolls from the extreme corner of the alley, laying bis ball down, and, as they., say in the vernacular, letting her- 'fride." He uses a fair amount of speed and also depends'on a hook'over which he has e.vccl.lcut conlirol', seldom' crossing the - head, pin,-but 99 .'times, out of 100 shooting tlie ball right intci the posk-ct on the right side. �> "Si.v of the seven 300 scores were mads wlicn Wittman shot his string of 10 games. His teal rolling was dene in ths noonday session when for the 17 games lie totalled 4680 for the graiidiloquEnt average of 275.5. Here's what Wittman his first session on the alloys : ' 2.59, 268, 266, 278, 248, 229, ' 300,'246, 300, 245, son, 235, 300, 258, 300, 300, 279; total; 4680 ; average, 275.5. � ii> .tlie later session' Wittman rolled 245, 267, 279, 224, -244, 221, .100, 3S3, 205, 258 ; total, 2532 ; average, 253;2.-  Wittnian's grand'aggregate for the 27 games was 7212, an average of 287,3. ' - CLABBY vs. QIBBON$ TONIGHT When Jimmy Clabby and Mike, Gibbons meet in Milwaukee'tonlgbt in a ten-round contest they "will appear before a crowd that wiR eet a new record for the middle West. Twenty-five special parlor cars have .been chartered by Cliicago patrons of boxing,- and the; advance sale in that-city; alone 1b over the $10,000 mark. Promoter Tom Andrew*, In Milwaukee, ^saysihe has already sold �10,000 worth of tickets there, aiid it is safe to My the house tonight will amount to nearly $35,000. This bout Will' have an important bearing on the middleweight championship, .which has been in doubt for many years. COFFROTH PICKED TO BOXING AT NEW RRUN ORLiEANS AT New Orleans, La., Jan. 20.-James W. Coffroth, San FrancUco prizefight promoter, will follow T. J. .McCarey here, in the local fight field, according to, an announcement by G. H. Koppel, member of the Louisiana legislature and a prominent real estate mas^ Koppel stated that his friends had sounded Tortorich and McCarey,- and had learned that th�y did not Intend to build wi arena in which to hold big fights, so that at the solicitation of many prominent sportsmen he took up with Coffroth the question of coming here. ' COULDN'T HEAR BELL Ne(w Orleans, 'La., Jan. 20.-Patsy McMabon of Indianapolis, failed to rer spond to the belV at the beginning of the twe'ifth round of his fight here last night with Matt Brock of Cleveland, and 'Brock wais declared the winner. McMabon claimed a foul in the tenth, but it was not allowed. The fight wa scheduled for twenty rounds. Brock had the advantage in nearly every pound.; The above-is .C.E. Brooks, Inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and who Is now giving others the. benefit of his experience. If ruptured, ' write him today, at Marshall,: Mich. on Kupture and;, its cure, showing my Appliance and giving you prices and names' of many people who have .ricd it and were oared. It gives instant relief when � all others fall. Remember, I use no salves, no harness, uo lies.-i . . � I send on'trial to prove what I aay is true. You are the judge and once having seen my illustrated book and read it you will be as enthusiastic as my hundreds of ' patients whose let ters you can ialso'^read. Fill out tree coupon ibelow and mall today. It's well wortn'your time whether you try my Appliance or "not. MONSEUR BLUEBEARD A ))oetic blending ol Romance and Advcntuie will be found in thin Great Story of the Medieval Period. FRIDAY SATURDAY THE FOURTH EPISODE Daring! /So tJnique! it�Ky ana Kotnancmr So startling! So Beautiful! FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr. C. E. Brooks, 2109A State'St., Marshall, Mich. 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