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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TUF. LETHBNmC.E DATl.V 30, I'JIO UP FATHER" By G. McMamis i h NOT coiN4 10 LET OUT OF tvi JICG5! OH THATLI6HT- OOH'T YOU DO ME.' The Sport Page Data and Dope on Cincinnati Reds On Whom Hang National's Hopes Morsu, boss ot the Rods, who. Cincinnati her first National' 'league champion learn, is being the "Miracle He took ja team that was rated earlv in the lucky to land la the Canadian league and drafted and copped a -champioDsbip II. But the main reasou advanced in farowamg him irtlh "wonder lilies" that he .brought about his jKlncolous feat. Kith a team of cast- .He assembled a club (ram mater- ial discarded by other Learns and BooMed It into a consislenl winner. He took a corps of .who Lid tiecil found wapling br other marjas-- eri "ui'-developed the best staff of karters in Ibe'lesgae. Larry KopJ, Morry RaUi aad Sherry Macee were.on their Jimy lo' the minors when 'Pal turned -Vtkeir steps, lo Ihe banded ttem a slice of. world's series coin, i Renther, and RUT Irom thera by the Cleveland Ameri- cans In 1914. He ivas Farmed back lo London and returned lo Cleveland! In 191o. He from there to Day- ton io Ihe Central league and then Saginaw. -When thai team ed. he was bought by Cincinnati ID 1315. He tailed around .i'70 for] the Reds. Hanr 0. (Kod> Kller (pitcher) was I born la "Monde, led.. 25 years aso. 1 He started, In 1913 wiih Champaign! In the Illinois-Missouri league. ID 1911 lie was sold lo In the Three-I league and pitched there two seasons. The Soi a trial in 1316. but turned him to MoliDs wilfaott a chance. 5Je jumped CVJoIino and joined the army on the border- He relumed and was suspended. Later he was'reinstated and TV as drafted by Cincinnati. Jimmy Ring (pitcher) one. ot the 7oungEterii ot 1919, Tv He was ier had the K.'Si tasked on them.) drafted from: Utica in IS'u. took them and put theirl Buffalo anil was sent lo l> :the working order o[ Challanooia with Heuiher as part o[ a deal bul was recalled befroe the end I of Ihe Reason.... Ray. L. Fisher (pllchert was born 33 yeirs ajo. in Mlddlebury, Va. .He! Here lh- Redi ID old.'.' He. ITU bcrn ii He lUrted his career IMS." wailttMV friaifeifidio Toledo went lo Harttord in the 19QS- In "1909. he was sbtd antil this spring, llii' has L around .290 10, H.seasons..- ho.faijcd to ,aod: 'went'- bact tie m in ore to Salt'Lake City, lirhere'lie iru eecnrtd last rear by the --I .iWDiUin Lawrence Kopf (short alop) tovM. wu bora in Bristol, Conn. ..la iJlJ asrcapliln of- ihe Fordbam nine, he drew the attention of scorjU. But he dtbbled .imroimd.fpr a while In the XewEng- .rliuid teaxw under LLo name oE Brady. signed by Toledo and op Raymond B. (Rube) He was born In Brook-1 Tlller: Pa., and started 4n Kam'sburE in the Tri-SUlt Iri 191 f he.was sold to the'-AtbeillCB, Dominion Alleys Opened Lust in Good Shape ;tnd Fans Enthusiastic "Sft 'ern up on Ihe pie alley." Yep, they're off. The old maples were cackling it the Do- minion -Alleys last night-for the first time this scaion, announcing that the bowling season was away. "Slim" BrTggs was the ace cf ihe opening night. He claims -the honor'of the first double strike, first four In A row and five In a row, Tommy Evans not in a row. (Bill Moore, take note.) Quite a let of bowling 'enthusiasts'were on deck and the -outlook Is bright fcr the Tommy Evans and C. Schweitzer are In charge of the aeaton. 'Talk of five arjd ten pin leagues 1i already being, heard. Pat Pins His Faith on This Duo By Law of Ayerafiei National League Due to Cop Big Series Thli of Past. and was turned over id 'Atlanta m; 1917. was discharged Trom- the army tltfs Tras transferred to the Reds. He played In the uul- field most ol Ibis yearT pitchioff only a lew fames. Hanr F. Sailee (pitcher) is 3f. He was born "at- Higginsport, Ohio. JJft became a professional in 19 OS, when he joined In the Cotton States, league. He was sold the same year to Birmingham, In the Southern EDDIE C1COTTE Kid Gleason's pitching who has the honor or opening the.series on the mound for Iho White Sox. -----The Athletics got him league. He -wen1 to tho Yankees In j irs. Hti lUck work was top 1907, and vis released without (rial in" Ihe Tri-Slale __sue. St. Louls.drarted him In .IBIS, and sold him Lo the Olanls In 1916 Tor reported price ol lie failed o BCl Ihe Uagqe 'stlre, -and when he iljrrt nd he ins released to Dalit Beds Ibep nabbed. hun herioi loftv His work Ait baa been.htgh clasa. Ipbhit ol serrlco. Henry Knight ;.GTOh baMrnan) Is one of the ot the team. He was bom ''ll.Boctester, N. Y. iO.jeara MO. He cat with Chhkoih Is 190S lo TJecatur in 1911. Otints bmftat bim later in Iho '------and hhu go lo Bnltalo. ncUtot' In 1912 In 1913 nltuia lo (hgllieds. He tats .273 iod littie txnt third lnktne leajie- IV. ITT Wlnfo (catcher) wis lorn He with in tbs Carolina asaoclallon. io 3t Louis In 1911 and tfo In NorcroM. Ga d In the gam In 1909 to-Uie Reda uid Beacoer. In 1916 for Jk. RarMen (calchcr) U 31 "WM born iri Bedford. Tnd., end career In 190i wllh Canton ,'ijn Central league.- The Brares In 1910 "tor (750. He jrnrawl 'to the Indianapolis feds In UH aid then went to Ih5 Newark in. He was sold lo Ihe Olnti Ii 1916 for and was trad lo Otoclnnali In 1919. skeriwjoi) Majoc (oaKielder) years ago In Clarendon, Pa. He baieball In 1903 wllh tha AJkntoVn eerril-proa. >Ie was elgned tr tittle Rock IP but-refused to re'tori was soril to the fhlli.lel- Nitlonalj. In 1915 be was traded wiu released to Cincinnati threatened lo quit if he couldn't land 1 wllh a club-closer to his homo, Me I Craw sent him to Cincinnati. j .'Biter Rentber (pitcher) Is 28. He started in 1913 with St. Ignatius Col-! ege in San Francisco. The Pirates signed blm, and be.atarcd .with" them a month before being sent to Angeles, from there he Vai; Iraddd Lo Sacremetito, and ended up with Lhc seml-profi ln''Krlsco. In 1514 he iFaa_ signed by.YancovTer [Q the N'orth- weatem. league, and from ihere he went lo Salt Lake City Iq 1903. Spokane finned him In and then he west to Ihe Cmclnnall look him when he failed In Chicago, and s aborjt to turn him down. He was traded lo Chattanooga, hut refused (o go. Ho 7ent fn the army, and return- ed to lha Reds this yearr and became the best soutbpaw of the league. Game Guardian Points Out That Bag is 10 a Day, 100 a Season O'DOWD BEATS AUGIE RATHER is Better of Five Rounds, Ratrwr of, Two. .TKHSEY CITY, N. J., Sept. llXe O'llowd, of SI, Paul, world's middleweight boxln; champion, out- foughl ITalner, of N'ew York, former national A. middleweight tltkholder. In an elghl-round bout to- Each wL'Ighcd In at under 158 pounds. at o'clock. SB agreed upon, jaud ringside weights were announc- (outliclder} was led as O'Dond, 1GI pounds and Ralncr, Cltr, Ind., and Is j 151. O'Dowd took the honorj In five rounds, Ilatncr Iwo, wllh one .even. Lynch Belis Burman Sept. Lynch of New had a shade the games and was Of JM of Chicago In la the Western league. In a round bout here tonight. The with the. Indian- fight wa al.oul eren until the last waB then (radei lo round when l.yndi clojcd riurman's with BrantTille two seasons there Ibe bcmfhl him for He Federals and wai sold loleye with a vicious blow. The men "U -The aro banlarnwolglilj Malhewson for Herzog rVltb tho Keda ho has i Iwduw bluer 'and Ibe beat tut fear. Neale foutfleldcr) I'aTterabu'nt, W.'Ta. He tit. He started In 19121 la tie Trl Stale league la He I PACIFIC COAST LEAGUK Salt Like..... Oakland.............. o S rj flaunie and liylor; n. Artle'lt anil n. 1 0 Once more Ihe lid is cff on the chicken, and local hunterri.ane burnishing up Marlins to go after the elusive tpike-lall. The. open season starts today and good for one month, .Chickens are laid to be plentiful The dry weather rfur- Ing the hatching season was most favorable, and coming on top ef season laat year whei very tlm- llar conditions hat re- sulted In a, big Infireiie in the 'Held'grousi. Trill ii efpeclally true along the foothills region7. Bag li Limited1 "There appears to be an Impres- sion sportamen that there la no bag limit on ffrouie, commonly, called prairie .chicken, and writes Ihe chief yame warden, "You are at liberty Id advise your read- ers that Section S of the Qame Act provides for a bag limit of ten orouES per day, 100 for the Malon. If they kill two partridge (ruffed grouse) they will only be Jllowtd to kill eight prairie chicken Ihe same day. The aale, purchase or- the serving of such birds al mealf for which i charge i> made Is also prohibited." IVY W1NOO Pal Moran's best bel In tho backslop dirlsion, wno will catch rteuther in He opener today. If there Is any thing in ihe law averages N, would'seem Ihe Na- llonal league Is due. As a mat- ter" of fact, it IE overdue. For the Last four seasons, the Amerlpao. league representatives in. the world's series have carried off Ihe honors. The National league "has not won Ihe .lltle since the Boston Braves "rrffle rough-shod over Ihe Alhletlcs and won [our .straight gamed' In In Ihe .fifteen scries that have been play- ed since 1903 the American league has won ten and tho National five. The years, vanning league and results ot the games won and lost follow: v Tied Sox 5, I'illsburi; .1. Cinnts 4. Ath- letics 1. Soj 4, .Cubs Cuts" 4, Dclroil .0; lied 1. Qubi I, Uelroit.- Detroit 3. Pillsuurg Alhlolics Athlelics, Hed ,801 Alhletlcs -Culis 1. GlarA 2. Giants 3; lied 1. lCjl3--Amcrlcan, Giants 1. Braves 4, Ath- letics 0. Red Sox I'hliliea 1. l' 'Ked Soi Brooklyn Wills Sol (Slants 2. 1518 American, RtdSoi Cubs 2. REUTHER Red soullipaw, who is opposing Ihe veteran 'Cicolle' In the first game o' fbe world's series today. DARK DOINGSI SYRACUSE, X. Yr, Sept. anil Harry Willis, negro heavyweights, fought a ten-round draw here tonight. WANTS TO KNOW WHY H, 07 HY. IS HELD UP OTTAWA, Sept. A. Campbell, Xelaon, In a scries of qnesllcms ot which lie has given notice, (leslrea to know why Ihe laying of steel on Ihn Hudson Bay Hallway wag not complet- ed this year. He aaftg If the con- tracted for In May laat for the Hudson Hay Hallway tire (o be uficil for tho completion of the line. Mr. CRmribfilli alsn sccfcs to the unm- of llos and LhG nniount or si eel taken from the mil way during 1017 and 191S, I Old Country Football, Scores LONDON'. Sep.l. (C. A. Foolball rcsulls: Second League r'ulharn, 3; UollierhnTn, (t. Scottish League Queens Park, 2; Valklrk, P.) Lell-handed pitching Is going io play an important role in the coming world's Etrles. Doth Pal Moran and Kid Gleason will depend on ihe. later -more than tbc former be- cause Cicolte's chief support is Wil- liams. In a nine-game scries a third pllcher IE very necessary tor Ilio Chi- cago" learn in order lo give the two principal'pitchers a breathing spell. This situation brings Kerr, Tlic nlhcr Chicago southpaw to the front, lie If. ono of tho "mystery men" In Ihc scries, and If Gleason decides lhat left-handers arc good to use against the flcds, Kerr will hare an excellent opportunity to win his spurn. Kcrr Is young and compara- tively untried. He and James divide Ihc of lailng Ihe slab while Clcotto and -Wlllams arc rest- ing. Pat Moran has two pood soulhpaws a youngster who has done well this year, and that wise old man of baseball, Slim Sailee. rtcuthcr was practically developed Ibis year aricr ic had been pascd up by Manager Mitchell ol the Cubs. He Is a Pacific coast producl, and like so many such ia.1 elzo lo recommend him. He Is roilng and game, [fc has speed to burn and a fair curve. lie hasn'l nuch olse. It will ha surprising If tho Sox cannot heal bim. Sailee Good Sllrter As for old-timer has pitched as long it. Clcotte and he lias picked up n lot of baseball know- ledge along Ihe way. He Is not as good as he' was seven or eight years ago, kilt that does not signify lie lias not a lot left (n his repertory. Sailee can make It very tough for (he opposition for rive Innings or to If his siiport alanrts up. After that most anything may happen. Sailee makes a farmldable ahowlne when he arrays all his talcnls In a ball game. He lias a wicked cross- fire deHvery. wllh his good conlrol, hta courage and his intelligence, makes a dangerous com hinalion. lie relies on that crrm-flre of his. ,Thls calls for tho use of hard toil and wllh this advantage he baa i wise head. Ona lias possessed by vtry- few, is his to cnnioulage -his delirery. He naa the unusual of hiding Ihe ball whoa, winding up and 111 is adds lo hJE effectiveuess. Wllh" most pitches the ballpr -1s able -to discern (ho ball in hts'hrind and ns k leaves his hand. )Vilh Williams it Is not so. The bat- ter canftot see the ball; rirsL glimpse of It. is ivhen 11 on tilm at the pltle. and "Kerr WiLiams uses speed, n cross-fire and, curre. His slow ball Is a blutf. His control ia excellent and In ad.dl- lion he. fields Ms position well. !s just llnlshliig hia firat year in the majors. He ia the smallest pitcher in cither ol Ihe big leagues. His npcar.-vnccs this season have not been Isullldent lo shoir the fans that ho was about everylnlne a good pitch- er should poasc53, "Aboro all, he has an Inexhaustible store of ncrre. Ills Bpsecl Is remarkable, and one won- ders hove small a body la ablo to develop such speed on a O( course, il Is difficult to aiirmlsc WANTS TO JOIN LEAOUE HKnNK, Sept. (Frcncli v parliament of ftteln, according Io despatches from that country. Is nboul to" appeal to (he peace conference to Invite thfc principality lo Join the league of nations. In lls noHi, the lovemmr-nl will ask To rc- Ihs noulrilllr malnlalrled by man like this L ho able to do under (be slrcts of a world's scries. But Ihe elements are Ihcrc, and It would not be Surprising lo nave Kerr emerge as tho outstanding heroes or the class of 1510. speed, and on this account the bnll Is not likely lo enter fnlo the Reds' offensive when Snllcc la on Ihc mound. A great hurdin of rcstfl on.Claude 'Williams' BhouUlers. His record this year places him on a par with Cfcottc, and In ft nine-game world's series It would be up lo him lo wlii as many games as the peerless Eddie.-. Williams scemn to have the phy- slquo.and disposition lo carry tils share of the-load. [Ic Rinnll iu size bul makes up lor the lack I) weight by the. louglincsa of Ms frnme. _, lie1 li wnry. He swms ab'o Ibo counlry ilurlux the rreal vat. Io with treat ot WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUDELY ENGINES The Mori Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbrldje Hotel 1S44 LIVERY We Meet All TraiM. HotplUl Calli. Speclll on Country Trip: SPENCE BROS. LcthbrTdgc, AM.. Boulton's Lirery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 120S NlgM Phonti I3J5 and HUE RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Nell R.lrwd DEM By Ut SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists in Vulcan jzlng Waders. Yilcii'mij Wirb 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1164 Character what we build Into every lire that we retread" or repair. Class quality and durability are (he objects ot our en- deavor. The matter of value- Is our OuieC-concern. "Wa appreciate a maji" nsi much as we do his business. Our shop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES Or BATTERICJ CHARGED AND. REPAIRED Ali'Work GunntMd A 'WrllteD Guiriitee for i Tear and HilC irlcli Now terles. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1MG 71o-Srd Avt. 8. HAVE YOUB RADIATOR RE-CORED Befori the Rust, br ANDY ,THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. t. L ROOSA TRANSFER Furniture inrf Baggige of All Klqd...Wi icll Wood, C.O.D. Bagyige Day and Night Service to-all of the Office, 922 2nd Avi. Phone 1DM AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Qct your celluloid lights In and curlalns repaired before Ibe cold weather. THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6lh Streel N'exl Full slock of repair car- ried. All work Biiarnnleed. MAGNETS RECHARQCD The Roy Electric Co. Slfi 4th Avenue South PHOMC 7M ;