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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1917 imr, LErrunnnxut. HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus THERE'S MlSb SMITH OVER AND OH; COOLDIH'Y WQN'T YOO r THINK OF BUT It) RACTHER HEftR THAN AMOUNT OF COLLY: I'LL TRY VHTH HER: Possibility That This May Be Ross' Last Match Here This Season Stirs Fans The bifl sporting of the ion is cet for this wwk tvtry- oody i for.the season will have to. hunt a lot of alibis, for the southern institute has about as classy a football team as can be. found, 'in Uuyon, Geor- gia Tech has in tiie palm- list-nays' at' Carlisle, 'was a torror. ia'Cven more so now. In Strup- ner.tho school has a'light halfback who is said by. aome to be oven a bet- ter uutn IJlah the Indian, .and tn'Har- lan n fullback-eslija'vho is the sui ior of nearly any other player'.., Picking backtield-mltcrlal is going brought to process ot-elimina- tion between. PltUburg and Georgia Tech material unless some other backs slep into .-lie mielilyV. fast- Howard' Berrj- hasn'ttshowD with tho brilliance.of of.'Onlo Slateiwill have to do some marvelous playlnj 1[ he hopes to gain cbnslderaUon men. .The two halfbacks at Georgia Tech are almost certa.in to land somewhero In .the honormble-accounts or football Hclaren seems Billed for Uie' other place. .'The-south his'tlren the varllme game the Ihc sunny land ever so doing done a llon'6 share 1ft keeping sports allvo. TUe loss of'footbaall at Yale 'Princeton' 'cannot be mUscil with.Biich-brilliant activity In smaller' schools.'v' New York, Nov. 26. Dave Tlobert- -rlgiit fielder ror Olanis.-la Itctllnp ail scl to declare H all off be- tween himself ssjXss'ssittll.. Soveral times In Dave, lias perform- eJ'ihas, but. It ..never took. ,fCow he ttiys thai It he" does makc'rjp his mind llio.g'aine a good-bye (I Will bo 'a Dave's (roubles now revert back.Co (be.'world's.aeTIci.Vtn'.that sliort, of contests. Robertson 'com- piled Ihe greatest batting average that ever skidded from the bat of a regular In world's lerles compeltUon.'lle faced While Sox nUchors-ln twenty-one oc- dis'pns and Un nits: banged back at cpnlcrirls, his .fielding errors wore (remcndoua enough to orer- AhadoW the massive olfenairg worX ne'rllspliiyed, and ine fielding errora at that were not overly In one Instance. 'As A matter'of .fact DavoVfleldlnE was very good up.lo the final gamp, when he'allowed base balls to. trickle-'all around him. His fielding In the (Irat two game's played at the Polo grounds was'almost mlra culqus. Dave's temperament has been thi caitse of many ol his anil It probably'Is.'due to this that hf Is shouting now Rboul-inralrneas. I' culJ him to discover fans are ready to.turn o hpoblsm counts the saiae In the mind of the fan.. John McGraw has staled.on numer ous' occaslona th'a't if -Roberlson only would try hard be could easily, be- come the Natloni.) leagna's greales :thr leagneV greatest baseball player. But Dare never has tried. If McOraw'9.statements nre cor- rect- He hai been jail an a splendid one, hdt'flol -the best by any .meanly .'..i.' L '_ It-, now ajpearj 'Ilkdj- Robertion wlll.be drafted'Irifa the national army.'for he has'been oriefed to re- port'since tbe'death of his" brother, who harl.been ierit io'Himp. Robert- nAn vis rnarrlM after the draft rlecl- hid reachftJ In ton: LOIOFP Defensive Weakness of .Some Big Leaguers Due to Lack Of It stanlly. It Is true (hat the autf.sld regions (n most parks are not so 'smooth a a (lie Infields, and therefore (lie ball does not always bounce BO well. Dut, at (ho samo lime, tho major league ground-keepers usually have the meadows 111 very good shape, so thai the "bad tops" are not nearly so frequent as (.he clumsiness of some of tlid pas timers lead Uie fans to licllcvo. The trouble vrlth (lie men whose de- fense Fa not up (o standard usually can be traced to (heir belief thai it they can hit, that Is enough. In se- lecting an outfielder, a manager nat- urally lor one that can bust (he ball, and very lew ever have held Jobs on defensive ability alone. AL (lie same lime, lliere is no reason why hit- Six-Teams and Series of Nine Games Have Been Ar- ranged Jt la.surprising how many men who are holding .down, suburban posts in the ftg show who, simply because they take lime', to work on ttelr defensive.weaknesses, are just able fo gel by. and no'more, ft-doesn't re- luire any-persuasion on Ihe part of the manager Iq get a Sail player lo take batting practice, but with fielding it's different. No matter how lazy an athlete way be in other ways, he never is too tired lo grab a stick anil take his lurn some' pitcher Is i sending them' up lii the-workout -he- j fore the game, writes. B. A. Balchelor, Chicago, 2G.--Tlicrc ar'e mighty 'ew men ID the snorts game any wiser life came to happen to Smith, -..incy to .'diminish: -Instead pl.devoi--. Smith's fame roTe'ree-Ia' by no. Ing part. of i their'.' practice periods to' raeans so; prbrrlofer at batllng and part to (Aiding, .they [Houston, Tolas, lined.up a wrestling stand around .the home plate'Walling match'between Strangler Ijewls an'd [or a'chance to'walio'p'Ihc. pill. Many he sent lor Ed 'to Howling activities al tbe Dominion -alleys arc beginning lo take shape for he. season. A five-pin league has been formed with six teams, 1. H. C., leavers, Sklnnles, Tigers and Herald, aou1 tbe following sched- ule draivn up, Ihe first game lo lake place Tuesday night btiUvccn the ller- nld and 1. H. C. Tuesday, Nov. I.II.O. Friday, Nov. vs Domln Ions. Tuesday, Dec. vs L'ea- i-ers. Thursday, Dec. va Tigers. Tuesday, Dec. vs Beavers. 'Friday, Dec; vs Skin- nies. Monday, Dec. vs Hcr- alo. Wednesday, Dec. vs Sfeln- ulcs.'... Friday, Dec. va Domln- lohs- As this schedule 5s a short one and jach team-docs nol..play every other Learn, If. Uie players, rlftslrc later'on tlnlsb.-jl Je'.lq. Ilriljli it, after" Christmas-, If itVdoes 'But. interfere ten-pin league. wh'lcb.'i will, be- schedulcil after Uic'XeV Year.-i .V- In tbe morning session" and. In'lhX.in- rormal ina't precede ih'e atternoqn program, Ihey' seldom 'paC on. a glove.' Two Are Common The most corarhbii- of outfielders are iriabllHy'to'go.b'ack (or a ball hit and clum- siness in tleldine grounders. They sometlmes :.mana'ge to up'lhe first defect rjj. playing so deep there -is not -much danger'' pt having a ball hit where they can't get. back to It-'wlthont much running.. -This' plan, however, means that they never can prevent the' scoring of runner from second. base, on a single'1. Nobody's is' good >nongh to throw out i fast man at the plate when he tries to', (ally frora the .hey- storie bag on an Ordinary base knock, providing- Ihc 'fielder Is flcid ding- I whin the ban 13 The stars pd B. "I'l Visit Ne. that J50Q Til. Juat take' Mrs. Smith along, ew Orlcana and blow a part of 1500 having a nice little' outing." Accordingly Ed.larrangeil to lake a packed his -grip' with Mrs. Smith, boarded rat- tler. '-i Here Comes VSad Part Thns far al! this looks regular, but here la 'where. tnVs'ad .part cc-mes in. Smith neglected lo gel hls'lranspor- tatioa'in advance iarid. did not exact any guarantee promoter that his fee as referee would bo paid. He lust 'assumed thai.' everything would he on the level and that- he would get his money when. the match was over. 'For' some.' decided not to wrestle and Charley Culler was substituted. -TbVsubatitntion appar- ently killed the for when the eager fans were all In and tha money LIUIU T.UCII IHC 13 lilt. A who make a'habit: of cutlfng 'oft this counted It was found (iat Ihe gross ----..._. _i_jj eit were abouf70. Lewis 'was variety always play' hf. yards when_ there Is a m'an o'rT se'cbrid. .'But in order (o make :it -safe to play a short field key Btone.lhey able lo gel back vory fast for a harn-hil lly ball. -Onu reason why Speaker is such a valuable fielder W Iliat he of himself In ;the shadow ot the' fence uml thus sure, that notblng will gel Afer hfs head, "Spoke" comes In fairly behind ilia middle sta- tion for in' 6'rdlnary swalter.' The re- sult-Is iB'abie lo grab numer; 6us line 'dfllrei and. to field Innumer- able ground1 fells In lime to preveat receipts were Lewis 'was guaranteed flOOO and. dernanile'd his bcloro he wbutt go on the mat The. promoter come across and there was no' wrestling bout.; Get Nickel: wrestlers, of wero left but noOnearly- aa flat Smith lor they got a.little expense money Kd did not get d nickel, nol even bis transportation....... Ed proved.he. can absorb punish ment, .howcVe'r, for he went-through A Few Trouble SaVtars Mutx ml Putekei. Hndr A HuUfU witk wtick U fmitm m Bgou Motor Parlors MBVICB AVTA." lime Vior c than one runners (fOnl taking base. All U short of .criminal, the way Trti Heals base hits from Donle he chaDce'and plays rigtf back.of second Trhen the, li He isn't of a chance 'arihat, for-he ___wi It Donle happens 16 gel hold'of one.lor a king fly he'wilKfce jtnd'cainp under Abont once a Bush crosses him ilp arid poimdi but a long hit, bnl the few' ho Ousting them ;orer riq not make up-for the rnany he loses bebapse the Texan lurks Jnjl'behlni) the'base line, i''.. Kvory fielder a Speaker, of for part oflhe CjeTeland- er's ability to Jwlge, the fllgSl a ball 'and spot, Is going lo come down fa a-natural glfti Bui all the iiedkwre and the poor ffeldera can Irnprore trurruelnw In these departments H they will prac- tice. In fact, there are.few who caji''t learn to go heck iii a Very acceptable tathlon.Klrier.tHilr will 'and ilioBbte to -work. .MH' Ideia apply to groind There ao reason 'liny the ihonld kick the'ball all over the lot whetieTer It doesn't UXo tie due it. Tfee. e. 9eme (o Ihemont jwrfect Our Oirn Correspondent) Macleod, Nor. residents ol Monarch and ilislrlct were- out In full force tonight to listen to the Liberal candidate, D. R. Mclvor, deliver an address on the platform of Itin Liberal party' he represents, lio pointed out the weakness of the Uordcn govern- ment In using the race question, and their appeals lo passion, with their last appeal to conscription In order that he may hold on Lo office. Ho criticized the government lor Uieji-oy they had handled the'alfalrs ot Can: ada before and since the war began. U was evident Sir. Borileu was doing ho was told by the big Interests. The chairman closed his address" by asking Ihe audience lo vote for Mr. Blclvor on Dec. 17. Some one who knew the tearcc store very broke into It a few nights ago, used to break Iho safe, removed all the cash, a few hundred dollars, and without Icav Ing their names. The polled h'aVe tak- en up the trail, but havo not'yet'cap- tured the guilty ones. The Victory loan 15 now becoming a household word, erery day adds" lo the amount. The comJng'week will hrlng H uS to'the mart set for .Vacleod and district. '.-.Word was fle.-Perc-i 'onkln ot Macleoil, waa killed in ac- lon In Franco. Ho wss In W. Jf. ainpbell's olflce before eolistlng. HU wo brothers, Sydney and Will, with fniself owned land west of tho town f Maeleod. llegie Jowllt, killed In action, wa3 n only Bon ot J. and Mrs. Jowitl, was clerk tor a number of years. They now rcsldo tn Gleichen. Jack Griffiths, another Maclcod boj', las made Lbo supreme sacrifice In 'raceo.. Whlln In Mccleod ho was a member of Ihe staff of Hcaclj i Co., .nd >sras well and favorably known. London, Nov. la UireaU died wilh a shortage ot grain, bread and olhcr foodEM owing to tranfiport difflcullies. San Francisco, Nov.' details ot the intrigue that joined the Gcnuan consular. offices In 'Chicago nndlolher American' cities and Pacific island porlvwlth Hfmlus.knd.adfeh- an.'.alleged conspiracy to foment rerolut.'on against British ?ule in Jndla, .were revealed yesterday-in thO'UnHerl'States dislrlcl court, when- Sukumar ChalterJl look the stand for the government In the trial of Ihirly- four charged with conspiracy. k Chatterji, a .Brahman native' of Ben- sal, shed1 light Journey to China thai he said lie made in trio Interests of Hip conspiracy. -Ho said he'was given A letter' which had originated In. (he .German.'con'sulaf -offices here: This bpro a .queer inscription which was-lo servo'as A means of Identify- ing tbe whom ha was lu-de- liver it In Aiiqy, Chiiii: 'John singnjld'entifled 'himself 'in _______ __ ______ _____ Amoy ky attowlig a copy of. the In- his original program inil treated scripliori, he said, and he gave the hlmielf and Mrs. Smith to i fine little] letter to him.' Jodh Singh later, (old a Borne- time, lunny s'ou'th. It will be him the letter had'kbeen safely deltv- ha goes to tho'German consul _ ._ __ n_vu .referring without seeing Ihe, color ol TT te alwiya a fltatoit toaore I It makes wfather you wtah your (erj f ''we are alwaya tlad to the''promoter's coin before He starts, peare'd actlre.In ISe coiisplracy And It all demonstrate that at Manilla, Chj'llererJI testified. When even Ihe wisest of them fall soinal InW irian ran funds, he'aiked time, and sometimes .the wiser th'oy.tho. German corisol: at 'Manila to wire are the harder Uiey iall.' the Qerman consul general il Chicago _ I for more ChallerJIiald was promptly fornlshefl1. 'dha'tteTjl Bald he had.destroyed.two letters In his .possea'sion when ha' was irre.sted by-Uie intborilles laBangok, haviiig recelrerl BCcrtt Rdrlce thnt his arrest WBS( The .witness salll.lhat he had known that soclollM with large memberships hayo -existed in India., many yeare, hiving as th'elr {obfectlTe. the .ovef- i food .pBM 9 lo jet tie' Dftnihiloi.V-' aU iVe DrnmlDg winy plafs theifalty.) Lr; aoJ cooM i if Uiey cmrrt lo NOT., It. -r Fifteen hmidfed annted medical history sheets stolen from tbe offices of (he'moulllMtlon board In Calgary.'All that It known Is that the >heeU, which' were all nuobered aad stamped, were placed m'ooe of the roorna which wan broken" into at olnht-by some person ortpenoiis and-the 'spirited When the known MimeVihte steps were takea' to lead (o who In Van It- MSil' aa k 'wait fecofjilaed Mat all'mei apetin to to waa to. fill in tfe foTrt aid forge the name pf'tlie itm "K' tad (6 the reajfatrar, cialnT-, act. Thes4 forma. SoWerer, may Mnl ferHltln throwing of the British (oremment, .Chatlerjl 'tuliffecf that'he was ask- ed'by Kara Chindra the Qilir, an'irllcle a'sseHIni lliit.Oer- had gone (o1 war. ilmpty U> free India ot Brlllsh role. TO ATTINI> TORONTO AFFAIR Toronto, iNoT. -Sam- uel of Uie American Fedsr 'of labor, haa accepted tie'm titalkm of. the Victory loan pnbllcfty coraraHlee. (o lake part: in thei labor dertiOTitiratiorr on Wednesday -next, "Victory will tpeak at the annortes In Ine ertniDg." Secretary Morrison, of Ihe FerlefattoB it-Moor', will also bn MclniinS amons tne spelk eVsiilthe organized ;bj> .ToronW, labor thetSiijbscriptions, Buy a VICTORY BOND. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP THE OF MIA ;