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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AW. Stt .'niDAV, NOVEMBER 7. UP FATHER" 'By G. McManua IlraUI. Herd, Duncan, artfi iVatl hi their eihlbltlou play at WooJ- loto Turk, were tested lor GDgth ol drives. At six holes In both rounds distance marks wero placed 10 yards from (ho tec. an on IT twclro T tbo 4S drives played at I will surprise iuauy lo kuow, vero last Ilia marks Braid's nverago ol ill yarJa was Lho best of I lie day. test of the Biuie kind-art) lo jo made today (Saturday) at Sandy Lodge. Ihem go over the top. XoL onlr ara they anxious that a city be organtieJ. but they urant to revive the old Crow League which made history a years RRO wllh teams between Taber and Blairnioro and Colemnn competing. Incidentally loo Indicated that ey would lita to plav the first exhi- bition feme against Ihd RolariiDS. Which brings up thfe rumor thitthc Rolirluii ere likely to set behind 1h3 jreat Canadian winter spoil and fath- er a team lu Ihc.clly utc- essmrllr a learn wide up of Rotiriina but. a team wearing (ho. Rotary wheel emblazoned on their jeraeye. The uggestion is twins scriputlr put for- ard hr a number of the RotarUns who ire aoiloui to boost the Ice sport daring the seaeon. City Hockey League by Organization of Soldiers May Back Wants to Come Team District League Prospects Hockey Will Be Feature, and Ladies Are in It, Too. .K-.PonXypn eTpr Ibink 'Effulhenr-AlMrtar Isn't come heeler this Tinier. Just L old Tonr horKs.Ull Vc spin a little yarn ialo your_eaTf' :Contracts were avanj'ed this tr the LL.A.A.A. for ihe erection or a 'beating' arid Hockey lie pro- perty just south of tbe curling rint.- T. K. McXelll has the conlnic., the excavation work .Is already dag. Hid .ttie carpenier work will atari, immed- jauly. It will be an open air rink but .Will be well filled with dressing rooms and slanci.ng room .for-apecU- "tors. H will have an Ice sheet ol 70 feet by ]60 fee; and will be EO con- 'sir-acted that it will be admirable for .tochej1. new rink will be Ihe best ot kind ever fitted up in and Hill likely be toe last open-air affair to be conetnicled here. The nest one will he a closed rial: ani tlist won't be long in coming for Lethbridge Is due for. such a skating and bocfccy craze, as it has never before exper- ienced. .Just one Treek'lTom date if tht weatherman to ladle out anJ if tho contractor fulfill? promises, the merry zfcnF of LethbrldEe will be -enjoying their firaL amaaemcnt on a. real Ice rinK for'a good many yeara. The L. A.A.A- is out lo put skating and hoc- key across. It is costing about 11 to Fit up the rinir, but they are ea fteJ thai palronago will be sucli thai Sonny Ibis will all fee covered wllbln a kating Trill he the order three nights a'week. Then, for hocXep'tha balance of.the lime. The Veterans have laid claim to their colors for Lhe sewon. ties will wear the orange and blact The city league will lively comprise fonr teams, one of which will be Ihc Coalhurst ngsregvUon, which era Itch- ins to get Into the The Vela wdnld maJce Iwo, and if tie RoUrlam adopt a Lcam tlat would be tbe third. VETERANS ME EWE PIN LEAGUE Husky Rolling Feature Match Husky Rolling Features Match Wilh Bor- If the flte pin quintelU keeps up Lhelr good olber teams In the league vlll bare to step to cop the hoDore. The Veta look three A. fourth from the city be easily secured. at large should It is the intention to sign ten play. ers on each team, and whether or eeven hockey'Is played, to allow substitution at any lime. This speeds up the game and-mates it more Inter- esting for specUton. Once the city league is it rpn't tfthe long to rib up the. Croir league. It is suggested In at an organ- ization meet ing be held In Lfelhbridffa or some iims Isl so that Ibe league wiil b- well under way before tbe Christ mis holidays. A letter.from tbe- Pinclif1'- Creek tcuns aUling Its wl5hes 23, Secretary, Lethbridge Hockey" Clnb, Dear the hociey season .will BOOH be we -would be glad to know what is the intention oC ths hockey In regard to forming a league. The club is already well or- ganized and have been promised the tup port of all the leading buslnesi men ot Ibe town. 'We will also have a now rink bore this year and pros-, peels aro favorable Tor a ipood Eea- fro'm Ibe -Barbers luL eight and set up the high mark of 247 for a single game. At that. It wasn't the Veterans' proper lineup. Only two men showed up, and three men of other "teams flHed in, the tw- ine agreeable to tbe substitution. Leask rolled high tingle of tbe night irith fip, while Harvey Schweltrer with 141 had high ecorc for the three ames. It iias been decided by Ibe league executive that in future when a team is not complete they will have to sub- mit to some cor I of a handicap. Tbe has a lingering .hat it'bsBVcorralled all tbe hockey n.tbaterer chased ft pack. May- be tier hive, bat that len't troubling Lethbridia any, Tor Letbbridge hockey and in out Ihls winter to nuke a good many more. Southern Alberta baen't forgotten that ago we tnrned out a championship tbat could trim the spots off anything that ever step- ped In Calgary- That was the famoas Taber aggregation.- And South- ern Alberta Is out to repeat the per- formance, A. city hockey league la a Mured. The' ball was rolling the other evening when Ihe Great War Veler- organized .for tbe season. 11 was lost enthusiastic meeting which de- cided to enter a team in the city league. -Officers for the season were_____ elected as follows: j Plncher Creek, alia we are anxious to Hon. Stewari. learn your opinions regarding same. Hon. Vice-presidents-Cap t. G, W. Kindly let us hear from you as soon Leech, CapL McKenzle, Capt J. as possible. Yours for good hockey, Thi Pinchcr Crock Hockey Club, A. J, Unique Suggestion Made .To Stop The Freak Pitching In Bis League Baseball Old-timer Would Deprive Pitcher of His Pitched One Game Without Glove When Opposing Bats man Claimed He Had Something in Glove That He Was Rubbing on Ball. CHICAGO, is'or. among ,e batttllon of surgeons who know how to amputate freak pitching from, professional baseball comes a 'modest who Bifns himself "old iting that players' gloves be abolished except for tbe catcher, and that tbe umpire be required to in- 'ipecl tbat mitt as often as the oppos- ing aide requests, j No one but an old-timer -would ad- rocate the abolition of the players' that the arbitrator iuspecl Ih pitcher's ball. Barnes Is one hurler wbo pitches in the old-fashioned way, and the re- flections cast on bis delivery made him Indignant. Ho Tired Mis mitt nji lo tbe plate and told the batsman lo Etick It In his pocket, find keep It the rest of tbe game. This the man at Iho plate did noL do, but" Barnes' jlova reposed near the foul line until Ihc game was over, and he pitched because DO modern 'baseball i ihe of lt hare-Handed. fan would beMere it to play the game without- these artidcal de- fensive aids. K Is difficult Cor them to believe that less than thirty years igo there were rtien playing haseuall IJarhers were at a great disadvantage-.'who scorned to vear a gloyp, and who aUl night not-IaleucT Lo let It happen again. 'The scoris: BARBERS .MulraJiill Landry Hoppor Mills Mercer Leaek -iS -16 35 ]S 92 67 192 170 aOi 44 "33 31 26 toK's hockey. We shall be learn! if the different- teams la Soutliern Alberta contemplate forming a league, and whether or not Plrtcher Cieek' could bo Included In this league. We have heard some talk of a Southern Alberta league being formed Vhicli wonW In- clude Taber, Macleod and S. J. H. Palmer. Geo.' P. Porttr. Turcotte. Team Jleber, D.C.5I. The boys are behind the hockey Sanitation with a pep Ibat spells suc- cess. They are out to win EO watch The Unusual in Overcoats at their best in the Fit-Reform selection of happy styles, worthy fabrics and masterly tailoring. While all thL; talk o( forming a cily league going on, don'L for- get that the ladles are going to bo in the game. There1 will be at least two teams. The Veteruos are going 16 have tbelr ladles on Lbe ice decked for the fray, irbTe Mrs. Archie Mc- Corvlo Is understood to be training a septette of go-getters will be heard from betore Ihe Eeason Is over. School and intermediate hockey Is 44--118 never thought ol dncklDg hard chance because they had to handle t with bare bands. They were old- irnerB who began playing-before any one.'except the uactsLop thought ua needed protection, for bla fingers. .Much TOD Much Abolition or the players1 raiil altogether too radical a reme- dy for toe freak pitching he preteht crap of 'ball playera ii would lead to a steady'saccession of errors list tbe cure would be worse 177 320 Neil Game Ou .Monday night (he Clerks and Herald teams 'clash' for the first time this season. year tbe Clerks came out on. top of the league, with the Herald a close second, and the Printers are oiit'to reverse the order Ibis year. f IT Baseball Officials Not Likely lo Overlook the Latest Accusation n me ailment. !l si ding or today The sensational that Old Country Football Scores LONDON, Nov. In- ternational league football results fol- low i- ScotlanS 2; Ireland d. Rugbx RrMUltt Ser- vices Cambridge UnirersltYvSOj St. Bar- L be retained lo satisfy tbe public tnd it would be lost for quite a period. f the gloves were because [lie players would bare to learn lidd- ing all orer agaio. In a modified (orm Ibe suggestion might be valuable. It would be pos- sible to deprive the pltcber of iila Sieve by legislation without wrecking trie dfefans-LTfi' bf tbe aport. a mitt [be' a lab man naturally could pus up the hot whiclt he lomctimes stops aucccsifully now, but that would be offset by the ad- vantage to be gained If he would pata up the hot ones which he .merely de- flects with his mitt out of reach of BENNY LEONARD IS v RICHEST LIGHTWEIGHT Of all .tho vrfrld's llghtwelgbt cham plons who have paaseil in re vie w Beuny Leonard la the wealthiest. Tbo present title holder has made a sLiug Fortune in" Ihc lost two years and he. kuowa how to hang on lo tt. Going back to Jack was champion more thai! '25 years ago. It must be said Ibat he sated llllle or nothing froni hla winnings in the ring. Kid Larlgne, who_ eucceeded McAu- llffe, was practically "broke" when he surrendered the title to Frank Erne, now R, prosperous loilng Instructor. Joe who defeated-Frank Krne, died penniless. Battling Nelson, who conquered Gang, may hare some money, but Art who whipped Nelson, IB aald to bo hard preesed for would find it dlKtcnlt to pilch a freak funds successor, Willie delivery vllhoul__ eome .RHcbie., ja woll. fixed, arid so la Fred- the inflelderi. Deprived of his glove and forbidden lo rub the ball In play on auy part of his uniform or any section of mother earth, the average pilcher ie la from his pals. There atlll would Who took the champton- tho chance lo doctor Ihe ball by other Bnip from Hllchle. But Benny Leon- was renewed Jn chnrgea against various members of the Chicago White Sox in connec- tion irlth playing the world's eerles games Ihc publicallon in a local melhoJs, but il would be more haz- ardous lo do it. Birnet Questioned Jess Barnes ot the GlanLs pitched the greater part of one gamo this year any glort. lie was working agotnat Iho 'Reds in one uf those "crucial" six games Jn three days at, tho I'olo grour.ds whan Moran's men beat Ihc McOravr iour has nil of these former champions beaten financially. like Dempsey, Is In a class by hlniEclf imd probably wlH. continue to sail away lha coin for sortie time to come. GOOD YEAH FOR FARMERS TOKONTO NOT. Is n jircal year lor Ihc Ontario fanners, tills fact being dcmonslraled til Varsity sta out of six. Tfic Reds were having tlltim ivlicn Guclph defeated Just pin Ihls Jn your brfdgc la out to make Ice sports popu- lar this winter, and the rink up on I3lh Street Is golog'to he orie hu.iy hlvo of Industry. -jrerorm- McKELVIE McGUIRE MACLKOD, Nov. Curl- era hcM a meeting Tuesday nlglit, Ihe largeal crowd tvcr neen flt n curl- ing meellnf. Arlliur Young 15 tfenl (or Ihc ccason, wllh G. ilemand-p o( tho Junior inltr-colleglale. going lo he toslcrcd (or it Is .felt Ihit sporting paper of a bitter attack on rouble hitting Uarncj, anil kept alter Varsity HI In the flrat of the homo If Lolhbrldge 13 going to develop play- several players who ore mentioned by tho umpires to examine the ball lie rugby games for Ihe Mcstcrn group ers of note the school boya are the limber lo work on. The of- ficials arc going lo see tbat tho boys have tlie Ice plenty of the time to'pull off all games and practices they need nnd Ihere'll bo eornelhlng doing all the Llin" in that quarter. name. Although the article does not question Ibc honesty of Ihe playera. merely accusing' them of being but o! condition and not even fit, certain of ;bem, lo appear on the ball field, ibrcaU are made by the :publicallon llial it later will make disclosures Ihc nature of which Is not left In doubt. It is believed the Investigation by league and chib officials Is continu- ing quietly, bul if there Is dirltier pub- lication of charges such as have been made, likely a formal statement-will bo forlncomlnK to the public from baseball ofMclaU. It la declared there ii no Inlenllbn lo hush lip a scandal, If Ihcrc Is cue, and If evidence, can be secured It wlllbc made public si'' action to ue lakcn In Ihe case made plain. FRANK CHANCE'S DEAL FOR CHICAGO CUBS FINALLY PETERED OUT After many weeks of dickering. Frank Chance's offer lo either buy Kcnzlc. secrelary-lreaaiffcr. The cluh ate assnrcd ct a gowl season liavlne thcso men to Tead off. Arrangcmenls wero completed f BUY VICTORY ;