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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAT MARCH 30.1WO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MERATJ> PAGE SEVEN Batters Wilt Enemy Pit cbera Outfield and Infield Strengthened Tris Speaker is Closing On Optimistic Speeches Baseball Worrying lake Mfety tint position and kaep men working hard, Instead of get- ting Into the hsblt of thinking that all they hare to do to walk on the field and jama la won. The Yankees hare been strength- Babe Ruth, a treat hitter, la the OiitfifM and Sam Vlck a vastly unproved ball They bavo a Mcondnry outfield to back Ruth. In the infield Hiker is back it third and Walter Plpp snO Roger Pccktnpaugh aro both added pill to this part of tbe team. "This infield Is heavy afoot, but U Is itroug defcntlvely, and at the bat. It baa better secondary etrecsth than any other iuflold In Ihe country In Fewtler and Ward. Either are good enough, to take tbclr places as regu- lars right says Damon Kunyon, ,s well known N.Y. ball critic. iVv-Rler can play tuird and is a at second. Ward can plaj fs a dude at third. Muesc !3n rhlrd and knocked alt fans -it their chairs by his firs1 Vhia gives Muggins nn al .'-iCondary infield with big lea- I capabilities and a good outfield fitting nearly as good, continues thai scribe. The Melting Pot After the way' Calgary talked about-their baticetball and the way Edmdnton "Y" walked away with the game it lookt at If the Lethbrldgc hoopers will hive to itep lively when they go north to talk ;over matters con- cerning the provincial champlon- Howevtt- the local hoopers have been hard afc'lfc the players are In tplendld shape-to put up a big fight. It should be an exhibi- tion of rear basketball right from the firtt to last whistle when the north and south meeta next week. The firtt sport to get busy this season will be the soccer players. They are planning a game tor Good Friday. Taber will get a taste of old time play when a team cf old timers from Lsth- bridge arrive there for a game on the tenth. Height Counted Fcr gary Started Fast But Ed- monton Ended Strong' TEN-ROUND DRAW MONTREAL, Jlarch. With the training season advancing O'Hngan, of New York, and Steve the southern camps the Yankees i Choynsll, o! Milwaukee, both middle looking brtUsr. Now Ihero i? nu'.ch talk about this team coppi'.ig the pennant in the Aiuorican League. ,Wllh the brightening hopes of the Yanks comes reports from Trls Speak- er to the effect that he Is soft peddling tho talk about his aggregation' being sure to carry' away .tho premier i Tris is hecoming afraid that his hunch.ot ball tossers will be calling for larger hals .and will be forgetting how to play tall. This does not indl- cato that he has changed his mind one little bit about tho class ot his toys' but nevertheless he Is trying to weights, fought a 10-round draw here last night. Harry Coulon, ot Buffalo, won on a foul from Kid Lewis, a local figbtsr. Nothing much hac been cald litely about lacrosse in the city but several prominent enthusiasts have expressed a desire to see public schools with .teams. It l oftlcialcd as referees. AND STILLYOU SHIVER! Pile on allihe clothes you can and still you shiver! That is because your food is lacking in real nutritive elements, or is not perfectly digested. Bodily comes from perfect digestion of re al food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is arealfood.lt is 100per cent wholewheat prepared in a digestible lonn.lt gives natural warmth in a natural Two Bis- cuits with hot milk (or hot water) make a nourishing, satisfying meal for a few cents. the national championship. COMBINED SEAT AND DAM A combined seat and dam has been Invented which may be Inserted into bath lubl to confine the wEter to ouc end when desired. Cord or Fabric. MAGEK FAILS TO MAKE SENSATIONAL CHARGES NEW YOKK, March Heydler, president of the National Baseball League, yesterday received! a letter from the attorney Lee Mageo, who has been credited with' saying that he will mako sensational revelations- about other ball players.' The letter, dated last Friday, mention- ed no other players, according to Hoydter. "There is nothing in the letter to bear out the sensational statements which preceded It from the west." he said. "It may. ho that charges Involv- ing players are being forwarded un- der a later date." ZBYS2KO THREW OLIN MEW YORK, March, Zbyszko. Polish heavyweight wrestler, threw John Olin, ol Finland, in ,1 CAtch-as-calch-can contest here last night in 53 mtmiles, 27 secontla, willi a combination body and loe hold. The bout preceded one between Jim Lon- rlos, the Greek title holder, and Wil- liam Dcntntrnl, the challenger, who lost the, title to Londos recently. Ixmdos was declared tho winner over Dcrnetral when the litter claim- ed to have been by a fall from tho ring on to the floor. The men had wrestled one hour, 62 niiniucb, and 50 seconds. Sport Notes Dick Hudolph says cutting out the spit hall won't hurt him any, lhat It was mostly bluff him, anyway. The blufj Is the Ije.n part of the splt- tcr, he says. The nailer Ihlnlis he Is going to gel n gets something else, much to saltl bailer's confusion and dismay. The vcleran pitcher, Lefty Lelftald, lias a special nntl Important Job with the I.oufs Browns this spring. Ho has been delegated by Manager Jim- my Uurke lo Instruct tho pitchers of the squad In the new playing rules as they relate tn pitchers. Sessions In Lelfleld's school uro held Indoors, then (be pitchers go out on tho mound anil practico what tltcy have learned. It Is staled with posltlvcncsa uy critics al Ihe camp of the Brooklyn Uodgers lhat .Manager Robinson has picked his regular Infield as Koii on first, Olson on second, at short, and Johnston at third, Eobln- son thinks It will work ivcll. lie has n good catching staff (hfs year, be has the pitching and he has a pretty fair outfield, with tho .chance, If Nles co-incs through tlml It will bo a hnm- dUufer. Looks like Brooklyn la all set. PART "A well shod horse travels surest and farthest" 'TpHE car equipped with 1 Partridge Tires runs almost free from the de- lays and inconveniences caused by tire troubles. Partridge Tires have so unquestionably proved ;their dependability and economy that they are to-day recognized as "the most service for your money" tires. Game as Their Name ;