Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1918 at BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Mc Mantis ANDY The Radiator Man Has Moved to 418 5th StreetS. The Sport Page i. Fielder Jones, Former Manager St. Louis Browns, Merciless Critic Fielder Joik--. who has won a world's baseball championship, came �within .000:; of winning a Fedejal league pennant, and had experience as a player of minor leasues. president and coach of college team.'', is now In retirement ;\? far as baseball is concerned, and any remarks he makes on baseball conditions as they appear to hltn at present can be taken for the plain, unvarnished truth. Jones, who resigned the management of the St. Louis Browns this aummcc entirely of his own volition, is a close student of baseball and the last 1 conditions surrounding it. The moat circulation. done baseball more injury than any other one thins, fts luetics would rival those of J. Rufus Walllngford. with none of his^ finesse. "Fir Instance. It was the policy and hr.s been for years to refuse to print the dally box scores of the minor leagues unless money was paid for doing so. It cost a class B league $150 to get its box scores printed, more for class A and AA leagues, and so on down the line. I understand that 360.000 has been made from baseball leagues by Sporting News by these methods ia years in advertising and even with the board, when they will not submit to these methods, and will realize that the policies of the official organ must change or that it is worthless ns a publication which must be kept nlfve, relying to a greater extent LONDON, Nov. 21 - David Lloyd George and Andrew Bonar l-iw havo issued a long election address to the country. For. the most part, it follows the lines of speeches made ro- on the baseball columns of the daily , foully by the two political leaders in local publications.- !outlining preparations for preference H "I might mention that the American \\ league at the annual moetitisr 1 attend ed last year decided to hold up the a-mount due Sporting News until it had ;.n opportunity to find out what the future policy of the paper would be in regard to this circuit." reticent of men. he has maintained an Uncompromising silence here concerning baseball matters In general ever Bfnco his return. It was only recently that he was Induced to do any talking, but the re- Knocks Whenever Possible. 'Its policy is to knock whenever possible, ridicule and place the game before tho public In the most undesirable light possible. Instead of taking another tack, building up the gam- ut ault will be a aeries of stories regard- with the public and increase 'is sub- Ing conditions in baseball from one who knows. Considering that he does not Intend to resume major leagde' baseball as a profession, being well fixed with worldly good;- and having no desire to do so. he can ay exactly j scrlptlon lists by so doing to a point where it wouldn't be necesaary to hold up the smaller leagues, which couldn't afford to pay their shore of the money in many Instances. "Their policy has been to ns their �what he thinks, regardless of tho pol-' power to roust and ridicule any one (Captain It. A ley of doing so were he to seek fur-1 ........... ther honor on the diamond. Needs Renovating. "The professional game of baseball, to my notion, is more greatly in need of renovating than the average fan Imagines," said Fielder yesterday. "To B-o one of the big. upstanding questions is what will happen to baseball Iter the war? Another is how the magnates are going to put It back on the same plane it occupied when the connected with the FoJeral League. They havo never seemed to understand that organized ball made peace with the Federals and the past had been forgotten. Nor could they see where any Federal league players were of equal caliber with those in organized baseball. "To my notion a sporting sheet of the present day, which derives its entire income from baseball, ought to r?�>?>->> 4 � ONE SENIOR O.H.A. GROUP HAMILTON, Nov. 22.-Hamilton Tigers look for the O. H.A. to havo but oae senior group with threo Toronto teams, Ritchoner and Hamilton ^represented. :i ! In all wool fabrics-the most desirable patterns and models-forehanded malr.es these low prices possible. $25, $30, $32-50 to $65 LOUIS KEEL Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx and Fashion Craft Clothes.