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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THR UfTKBMDGE DAlt.T HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER H, 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus SpIU.N'GFIKMX Mass.. .Vov. v (he choke ot Kausas Clly. Mu., ns COQVCU- lion city ntid iho transaction of confilderabto uiUsor business tliCL BunuaUutcclloc-of Ihe iallon V ql Prefer- slOEUl HaEbball leagues dosed Lere today. ii get a man who would be any uivr our (or our nUicLil. ilicre it. uol a fur any one bill MU 'out jilie j Tioni to break In. Harris, rbaiwnn and Oardner arc a, quar- lelte hard to Leal and ilieu 1C must bo I remembered that Due Johnson looked 1 pretty sweet around first base Cor (lie greater imrl of the season. I "Wo have u gootl pitching In CuvuipjikEp, Hagby, ULIe [auu Meyers. We liive several olher jilleliers, nod EUUIC of I hem may fig- ure hi trades, as do no I Intend to carry as many plk-hcrs as we did lait conflict between the two bodies sloppeJ Ihc- war. The first InvJlallcn for ihe west- ern amateur championship has been received from the Skoki Country j club, Chicago, which thus far has no 1 contenders. Take Three From flankers im High .Marks Set Ban is Placed on Reinstated Pros. I Three itioro games nil over llie 200 J mark gave ihc- Herald a clean sweep j in their scheduled game ivith the Hankers in the five pin league at ihe Dominion Alleys last The Bank- ers lioivled a husky goiae. especially in ihe second ol Hie set. they hung up 2_'l, The Herald creu' nosed 'in by seven pins in Ihi3 encounter. Relations With Major Will Be Chief Topic al Springfield _. ______ _ __________ iln the first ihe Herald wen by JS niidlniangay Curling Club has Leea organ- in HIP third by 21, making 53 ou the 1 iieJ for the coming season and lUe WINNIPEG, Nov. ing the announcement from Or. MacDonild, president of the A- A. of C'., thct reinstated profcsiionafs would be ineligible for Inter pro- Jincia.1 com pet titans, iuch competitions were elimlnative fn 'a 'D.ominlon-wirfe event, the Mani- toba governors met htre tonight and cancel ted the temporary cat-ds at present held by "boc" Flanagan, Dan McLennan, Jimmy Shannon and H. Crawford. The governors decided to take a mail vote on the question cf the reln- statement of returned soldiers, all olher professionals being ruled en- tirely out" of court. rounil. Evans was ftigb in two places. with 7S high tiDgle tnd high Total. SPRINGFIELD. Mass.. NTot. Tlie Immediate future of the minor Game Promises Tu UelbjsebMl league in Ihc country In jlheir relations lo the major leagues anil Lo each other, will bo considered .it ibe animal mooting of the National Association or leagues, which is iiow In session. Sixteen minor lea- gues are represented. Tne association will decide whether the national agreement with the major leagues which was abrogated Very Active Along (he Aldcrsyde Line CAUMANGAY, Xov. Tbe Car- folloviug orficers were elected: Hon. Prcs., Jas. McNauehtnn; Prps.. Alex good single "ftere S3 by Hollo; C. Volk; secy. iThotnpscn and Iscores by Jnviii. The j Maclean jfrwin Godtlen Nelson -13 -15 1'S 49 33 93 1S3 Herald Ha-wkins Hlsler........ 12 Thompson .37 Why to........ -11 Evans........ 4S Ireas.. W. (J. Hamilton: executive com- mittee. 13. D. Humnjou, U. D. Snyfler! and Many.Hycfcman. riukd 1Tarm nave beeu lornied aud tbc skips anil mta are.: D. O. McKay, skip, Francis. Baldwin ant] I.oiv: W. U. Hamilton skip, Ryckinan, Owen and Thompson; AUx Rollo skip, Tclfer, Ben a year ago shall he resumed. A posal thai, the former practice ot al- lowing major leagues to draft players QD ipposcd warmly, several delegates have announced. The question or redlEtriclmg the entire minor league territory .of the country to elfcct in ieapuc circuils, and a sug- .o idier nsiimm HI u rrom smaller ]eagucs tnal J "leagues below Class AA be allowed d Arnold; R B. Snydfer skip, tqual power wUn lho hlgher 2u classified 1-agucs also will be acted Golden; Collin and 221 IP9 COS Teskey, Bu Cbalracra skip, W- Chalmers, Yoder 29 and Peacock; B. D. Humnmn skip, Messinger, Snjder an.4I-azo: Jas. JLc- j Xaugliton skip.-Gray, McDonald and Dean; R. A. .Roberts skip. Skinner, H. Four Teams For be decided. It was the opinion oC Rotarians Asked To Back Team representatives of the other teams jtbal ihe Hoiariana shouJd get hehintl learn made up of players chosen SOS 22S 225 C5C1 -1" Tonight the Veterans CJerks will clash. The Clerks will bare their old line-up tonight, Sloan, Maynard, Stokt-E, Needs and Suuverr and from now on luey promise (o make things Interesting.lor LhD oilier They came out at the head of the league last EeaiJn, and are confident ot ro- INTERMEDIATES AND .LADIES WILL PLAY Organization oi Lethbridgo City, In- termediate and Indies' Tvas launched at a meeting of bocker enthusiasts hurriedly called at LhVY. -UC.A. last nlsbl, and though tbo "crowd present was Dot large enough lo complete the vorfr, Ibe skeleton of the, organization was_ jiul- such shape Ibal it will not take long to complete the work. Lethbridge Is go- ing to hnve.hocfeey this winter apd lols of it, provided Ihc weather man is on liis good behavior and provides .''Ihc Ice. It. G. Dinntnz is president o[ the Hockey League. Miss Hilling as1 tice yii-Efdent will look alter the 'ac- tivities of Ihe ladies in (he piick-cbas- ing line. Mils Porter Is acting as sec- -rctary uiuil (he orgaDzitiim is cora- plet.ed. There will he a city league of four Itmis The Velerana arj already op _' rBTiizrd and hare plenty'oC financial support, and more than L.VO dozen platers to from. -Tjnt vras an- by Gordon Jleljer, H'lio will be thn Vets' Toiirbseulatvre OA erteca- IIve 'ho Ths li.X.W.M.P. ?hi: lliey bad :i linM up an-1 in Iba oT it.The ei tbat they were gather- {from throughout the city aatl [atice TVTIS gKen that there wras pltnty of material lo pick. from. H ivas felt that if the Rotary crew f ot uehind I locXey tbls winter It wonld be a, de-i cided .fillip for the game and 'that much greater public support could he counted on. John Dqw represented Rotary at the meeting and promised lo bring the matter before the neil meeling ot the- club, THe Coalhurst crew are anxious lo come In, but the ocal players felt that the coal centre peatlog. The caretaker has two perfect sheets of ice and first gatne of EChetlule Xo. iVere played yeslorday, rtummon's rick wi lining from Stitt'a. The prospects lor a good season bavc never been better and with curling clubs at batli Vulcan, and. Champion there should be lots of Interest in tha should join up the Crow League Ing a team together and ..jood '-Tialerlal. That makes learns. three Whether tkt lourlh team will he which is to be formed, leaving the clly league strictly a city atfaJr. The ladies arc going to be Imsy.toQ. Mrs. DowEley, was rnamed lo look after the Interests of the ladles on the hockey cscculivo. Two teams at least of ladies', among whom will be aoroc of Can a da-wide reputalion as Tiockeyists, he Termed. The intermediates are also huay and- a proTiaional organization wilh Vivian Leech president and Ira Ros-2 sGcretary was formed to stir up a league. The bays are holdms a meet Ing next Monday night Bt Ihc V lo complete organizalioD, and In tbc meantime efforts will be made to or- ganize 'enough leams among the Inter- mediates lor a league ol least four teams. Thc cily league will bold anolher icellnG earl? neil week a? F.GOU as Ihs Hotarlans decide whether or nol they will Veam, and the city league organization will then he completed. Mayfield Club Flayer of Cleve- land Slated for Head of the Western Association imon and Sorenson; P. Teskey i UCdU -169 Hum: skip, McKinitOP. Orlner and Slitt skip, MeKibbln, Stecn and Teskey and Taylor 's.Xip, Follis, V, 'roaring game" along Lha ,ino this AMersldc Blames Clasu AA Ever SIDCC the National Associa- tion oT Minor Leagues abrogated its agreenteul with the majors last year there has been a great difference ol opinion among the smaller clubs on the merits of. Lbe radical action. In-the controversy irhich. has _ Teloped In the minors, .tlie Class AA, leagues, composed ol ,1-the American, Tbo smaller league.i niftfulain lhal i ho Class AA leagues did -not Hva up', a this egrceinotit and that several J if them accepted players from Ibe ufljora nailer the optional agreement, t la charged thui some of tho Class j A A officials who were among tha originators of thU. nnli-fnrinlng rule, vero Bmoug those who violated, it most fragrantly. Kisc and Make Up SPRIXUFIELD. Mass., Nov. IV- Business relations between ihe minor and major baseball leagues, wb'.ch were slrained a year a no wilU tliu abrogation of- Lhc nnllonal agree- ment, will ho resumed as n. result of lakeu loJay by the National j Uou of Professional Uascbail I leagues. In Its annual meeting. Ac- cording to. Secretary John H. Knr- rell's report, following an alt-day t-x- ecullvo session, tho minors have de- cided it Is best lo-work lu harmony wilh the major leagues: He nu linnuuucuiuout JE lo ihc methoJr be- followed in bringing iho sub- jec-t before tho league repre- senlatives. Among other things, the lat would iucau ve- t of the drafts and op- lionul agrcciueuts. A general revision of LLe salary limits In the minor leagues was made. Tho class A A. cluba were giv- en permission to iticrcaso their monthly limit to an Increase of 51000. while other leagues were granted proportions I inci cases. Tho rcrjiiest of clnas A clubs for one more representative on, the. na- tional- board of arbitral Ion -ivaa granted hy of ProEldcnt Daniel O'XcIII of the Eastern Icaguo from class 11 to clnss A> the rating which the Eastern league now has. Tho hoard now ronblsts of thrco' class A A instead ;0f two; three class AA ami one class 111 menitora. A, R. of the West-1 ETn. league..being chosen to the lnl-( "tcr offlro.' J. C: Ewliig' j" iJrestdenl ;cf t" For the inside worker. Come in the afternoon and try U. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, .Dominion Bids- LIVERY We meet all trling. KoEpiUI calls. Phonec: 1H2, 369. Special Ilales on C'ouulry Tiips. 3PENCE BROS. Lcthbrlifec, Alia. LVrtyue.-'iiit; Amenuiiu L the Pacific Coast League, will be bit- San FriiJicJsco.- retired. Mr. terly opposed by the Class B, C and D organizations, ivbo maintain that the haye not made: otic more lo -brUer the circuils o( lower clasal.Mcallcn? Ewiug also named a claaS AA. representative oa the board to succeed Mr. Bauui. Small Fry Out In Cold TVIien Iho Class leagues advo- irated the break with the majors and eliminated the draft, they retained the right io draii- the players Irom Uhc analter leagues. They promised the smaller organlzallona that they j uouhj draft their Ijest players and they irould receive a grealer financial return than they would get from Ihe "majors." -During the past season, the Class AA leagues enjoyed a prosper- XEW YORK, NOT. major IOIIS season, but the other tafnor circuit, built around Hie New York. I claim that Ihese leagues have Chicago and Iloston clubs ot drafted any of their players as American leasue, bacfecd by hundreds prpraised and with no agreement of million of doll art, and recognized as an ernial hy the National league, may he launched before next CHICAGO, Xov. II. Drouks of the Mayfield Country Cleveland, will succeed Charles' Thompson ol Cbicago as president of Ihc Western Golf Association ._......._.............. year If the nomination committee's most emphatically that Ills team, Spnnelleld meeting It would nol recommeodalJons announced, tonight I Kilties and tbe Red forced lo with the major leagues, the small fry of the minors find Ihcnieelves oul fn Ibe cold. tbc Hefore ha left for Chicle A. Thc dissatisfaction among nt the White Sox, declares i smaller leagues Is BO strong (hat at arc carried out at the annual raeet-jlt, coulil gel Along the other of ihe afisoclallon In Cbicagorfive clubs. Col. nuppert of the local American clnlj, Is even more blltor (ban cvcf at Lan Johnson, said: "li they flbe Johnson supporters) wiali to wreck baseball, then Ihey will ind ua right In there against them The Dominion Government, U la Ihc Coalhunt aggre'galion or a city (earn backed by Ihe Hotery Club Is yet hia. reported, intend to construct fifty schooners ID British Colum- Vimy Auto Repair Shop We have opened a garage fully equipped and experienced mechanics, In ciarje of IN THE ADAMS BLOCK, 1 3TH ST. NORTH We can handle all klida of gcoeral repairs [or all kinds or on. In uddlllon (o GENERAL REPAIRS WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR FORD SERVICE FAJITIUDGE, DOMINION AND MALTESE CROSS TIRES ALL OUR WORK 13 GUARANTEED. a F.WILSON W. TULLOCH Jfinuary 17. The nomlnaling com- miUcc's slalc liaa never bad serious opposition. President Thompson, wlio 1 9 Im- Uhing his third term, was compelled io nomination for a fourlh ytar because ot "huslness- The other officers, except Guy Gregg of Mil- waukee, treasurer, and Jolm W. lugties of Omaha, one of Lhc direct- re. also were compelled to relin- quish" the -ifork ol 1hc golf associa- tion. O. K. AdmlnfslratTva Policies While ISsL or officers promises lo be almost new Ihc admtn- intratlve polices of the otil- ccra arc sairl lo be indorsed- hy tho nominees. The Thompson regime has jcen hncwn as a progrcs.sivo llhcral iarty and gevcrvil Innovations In gull hecn, dccreod, sucli as Ihe [fnmcut of Hit; stymie and R corn pro- hoasivc definition of ah amaicur lhat, remedied I-tancl.-i altnr lie l deplore anything that would injure iirh a great ganio a? baseball, but, big as 11 Js, tho game Is too small for both me and Johnson. 1 Intend to slick. And I have a few dollar a to lose In elling him oat." harry If. prazce of the Red Sox, was bar! hcon prolcssioiinl hy tlio Thr .Sluice Gulf ROinliiatcfl for iKisr arc I'rcsldenl, Wilbur Urtnks, Cleiekiti'l; president, Alborl H. Oatca, Chicago; etcrctary, Chicago; Guy Grugg, MJhrnuk'ic; direclors, John U" Hughes, Omaha; James 1'. 'ov, 3. P. Uou-1 of tlila dean of sporting writers in Canada, intcnda to compile a re- cord anil a lory of- Ihc part pTayftd hy CatiBJlan sportsmen' in the grea't'ivar. N. H, A. MEE.S NOV. 22. Nov. J3.-frank Cal- der, presldunl of (ho National Hof.kcy Association, has cent out a call for a mccllnis of I'ne fiasctlnl.lcn lo tak? Saturday, Nov. 22. We Installed a Fall Equipment ior Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all nukes of can. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. OH AUTO IJVERY Epcclnl Scn-lcc on Counlrr Trips. hohcE 7S7 RttTdence 1210 BUY VICTORY BONDS RETREADING DONE BY Gel ycur fletrud By Ut. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY TVe arc EtcclallBCs in Vulcan- izing Waders." LElhbriiJge Vilciniaij >12 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 BUY VICTORY BONDS AUTO OWNERS We marke Storm Curtains wilh Blass llghta, and raOlnlor cov ers. Everythlnfl far the Aulo Tops THE LETH- -BRIDQE AUTO TOP DEPOT Glh Street J ttcit (o Herald Office G. T. BLUNT. PROP. BUY VICTORY kBONDB K-W. Service Station Service Slatlon for Ihe ftmoin K-W Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, gencralors, re-.. pn'Sred. Full stock cf repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAQNET8 RECHARGED Tne P.C7 Electric Co. 518 4th South PHONt 7M BUY VitiTOpV Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Itie Lawfoif Welding COMPANY 2nd Avc., epp. Letbbrldje HiUI 1M4 BUV VICTORY HAVt YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Hie Rutk, br ANDY THI RADIATOR 'K Fltlh S. BUY VICTORY ;