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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBU1UGE -DAILY HERALD MONDAY, BRINGING UP FATHER" J Bv G. McManus 1'ACIKIC COAST LEAGUE R. Or.Mani ti 1 Salt LaVo j J II. li. tiimd r, San 1 1 II. Seattlo 1 II. It. I.os Angeles '1. Vcinon 3 c PAT MORAN'S RED BIRDS NEED ONLY TO WIN TWO MORE v AND HE MAY SEND IN REUTHER TODAY TO GRAB ONE OF THEM -I- -V ti iJt CHICAGO. OcL Victorious In of the tirst lour world series games, the Cincinnati Reds today Jo ..Ijag lie fiflh. contest of the !wriP5, postponed yeslerday of setting. m j a, Jlmij Bkjg, D, Baj p. .T, Adclla Imittt. such" -an extent that possible. "Filching this afternooa -were uncertain, far as indications from ihe Sox could be discorprcJ- Manager .Cteason's choice was to toe Claude M'jlliams, who wa3 beaten fn onJ eame of the series at Cincinnati. it was figured, has bad rest since then to go io the inonnd and do bis best. But U is possible iLhat Gleason may l switch In 'the plans and send Dill" .TaiDDs into the fray in an j.j effort to slop the Reds. Manager Sforan's pHcMng cho'ce Eeemed lo be between Eller, who oao; been heiil in rtseiTe, and HeiiLher, -who beat the Soi hi thcl V: opening game ai Cincfnaall. Reulhcrj the eeoeral of the experts Jjecauac of the sensational gatne hoi twirled when the series opened, There was a possibility, howeTer. that Maa- ..ager lloran might decids OD Eller as the Ileds have z. three-game lead and if defeat threatened, nenlher 'could be into the game. Ixiyal supporters ol llie Soi ci- pressed tlie belief today Ihat the rain ''yesterday waa a blessing In disguise, :'aa the lay-oft gave Gleason's men ai lo rest am] plan a new line! PAT MOHAN A.VD HIS 'CSNCIXNATI BEDS: T11CT HAVE TtlK JUM1' OX THE WII1TB SOX JX THE ibr attacii. IDASEBALL DEHDY. AND TIILV GOT IT uv BEATING EDDIE CICOTTB TWICB. TUB HOPE is STRONG i Sox hare made a dla-JTHAT THEY WILlr WI.V THE WORLD'S SERIES.. appolrillng Fhowing in Ihe series, i _ _ __ ___ _ _ (lieie has been no fallins off In in- 1 Old Country Football Scores LONDON'. Od. British football esulls Saturday vvrrc as follows: FIRST LEAGUE, Arseiiul 0. Hhickuurn Rovers 3. Uoltoii Wanderers 3. Derby County 0. Iiurnloy J. Chelsea o. Mauchester United 1, Mlddlchoro I. .Nolls Collese 4. Manchester Cits' 1 Sheffield United 3. Sholfield Wed- t. Astoo Villa 1. Uradford 0. Urailford city 3. West Urcimvich Albion 0. Evcrlon 1. SuuderlanU H. Newcastle I'nltea J. Liverpool 0. Oldham -I. I'rcstan N'nrlli Ktnl 1 SECOND DIVISION Barnstey 4f llotlLorhnni 3. Coventry 1, l.ekcsler HudilcrstlEld 0, IlirinlnEhain 0. Liucoln City Tottenham 1. SlocXport D. NoUinEfiimi 0. AVolTcrhuniptot) 2, Leeds City 4. i Blackpool 2. (jrimsby Town 0. Fulham Bristol City 0. Hull City 4, Uury 3. South Shields 2. Calplon Orlenl 0. Westham L'nitird 1. Slokc 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ayre United 1, Third Lanark 0. Dundee 1, Airdnbonlans-1. Hibernians 3. Dumbarton Motberwcll S, Aberdeen n. 5. Kilmarnock I.1 Clyde 1, Kalkirk 1-inniilton 5. flaUli Hovers 5. Morton 2, llcarls 0. Queens Park SI. Mlrrc-n 0, Clydclianl; 5, Albion 'I. NORTHERN UNION SI. Helens ItecreMion 31. Barrow n. Dramley IS, Halford S Dowsbnry Trlnlly 2. KocUdalo Hornets 7, LIVERY We Meet All Hospital Calif. Phones: Special Halts on Country Trip: SPENCE EROS. Ulhbridge, Alts. Boulton's Auto Lmry WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Olfice Phone 1235 Nishl Phones 1338 and I'JJE terc'-t. Tickets are ia as greaE a dc-iXeale 13 maud as ever and with buiIDuncan 11 fieats In their posseseiGn are asking! Itath 11 for-a seat t-ostlBg }5.5S. jGroh 12 Betting has nndergoce a big shake- !Wingo C up as a result of the Cincinnati drive Ilousch 11. vthe sapporlers of tlia Sox are Kopf............... M asking odds on whatever wagers they Rarlden decide ID make. plagee.............. 1 Weather Pint ifltog Z CHICAGO. Ocl. weather Ih'ls morning was clear ana cool, tndi. Team --...113 eating that the filth game of the! world series would he played Mils- CHICAGO: aflernooD. The forecast for tho IB "fair with moderate temperature." IJlcMuWn The'probflblo balling order for day's game follows Chicago: Llcbold, r.f. K. Collins, 2b. Weaker, 3h j 'Jackson, l.f. relsch, c.r. ;Oaridll, lb. I Klsberg, 6.5. Scnalk, c. f -Williams, Weaver ;Hatn, :li. Dsohtrt, lb. c.t. 'banian, l.f. i.t. lUrlcieri, c. or Eller, IFelsch (Rlsherg 'Cicolle j Schalk i Wilkinson...... [William........ Kcrr........... [f.iebold Team hatting' A.B. 2 S U 1-5 I'l II 11 1 3 3 S .3SJ .212 .142 .083 .500 .030 .'MO .1ST .000 .000 P.O. .125 .142 .400 ED CM IS. Only 27 Called Halls on Sox Heaver Against I Delivered By Ring orcr llie infield and elglit TORONTO, Oct. JODCS the Toronto iicaTjwcieht, eUecled Ih surprise o[ Ihe boxing season In Bui falo by knocking out'Stanley in Ihe (list round of Ihc schedules ten-round main bout at. the Parkdali Club. Aleyers a much-fancied. Buf lluusel 0, M'ldnes SI. Helens' Swinton I, .Bailey 0. Dradford 27, York ti. Halifax 3. Wlga'n 13. lilcy Hull.26. 3, Warrlngtqri 2. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Brighton I, SDiilhaniploi! 0. Cardiff Cllj- I, Eieter CUy 0. Northampton 0, riyraoulh' 4. 'PorlHmoiUb t7. Bristol RoTora 0. Sivindon 5, Uilliiisliam 2. Watford 0. Norwich 1. Crystal Palace 1, Merthyr 1. 2. f.utou 0. Newport Cdurity 0, fleadlug 0. Quetna 1'arli i. Swansea 0. South End Uraulfonl I. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED L'cfcre Ihu Hush, br ANDY IHE RADIATOR Fifth St. S. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next'Retrrsd Oonf By SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We arc specialists ia Vulcan- ziim LelhbriJgc Vulcnizioe Wirks 712 Third Av.iniie South PHONE UM Character what we build ihlo Ifre Ihat ivc relreatl or repair. Class and durability are (he otjccta of our highest en- deavor. Tho mailer at Value- giving [5 our chict concern. a as much aa vrc do iiis Luslness. Our shop Is OPP. ELLISON MILLS E YOHK, Oct. New York Yacht Club has received (rom tbc ILoyal Ulster Yacht Club a formal chal- Itcgc fur a scries of races to he sailed for ihe American cup during Ine BCason of 1020 in United Stales waters, It was learned ttila'morning. The challenge named the by Sir Thomas Lip ton, as Its rcprcsenlnllvD. falo heavyweight and while oversea i won the heavyweight champlonshl (he United Stales marines. Ho, rids, while Jones went sailed Into foul territory, halt hese latter going over Ihe alanrls. ,.ic UUIII_M ura The While Soi cut the ball alone the iso poum ground. 13 times, while. Cincinnati's YllVz. grounders numbered three more. Jones meets Cicottes Innings were In Shernrooke, enlh anil ninth, In eacli of which jfor (he i.eavywelgbt championship of I he pitched only seven limes. Ills' worst was the filth when lie hurled IS limes and made his two fielding errors. Ring's best round was Ihe fourth, when three strikes, one ball, two and one foul over Ihc etand clia-. nosed of Chicago. Ills wont I EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranleid A Guarantee fOT Year niid a llcl[ Nev Dil- lerles. J. D. THOMPSON Phor: 15EB 718 ?rd Avt S. C'HICACO., Ocl. 'Mdic CltoHt wag -J. though. Ihe losing pilchor Ihe gecontl, inning, when he balls and In today's Buries conlr-st, the analysis n' halls and strikes [Or showed hiro far steadier tlian -lijnmle found lor two threw two RTovmilers foul. He also had lo do ;i lul in the eighth, hut ol tjfforinga were over the plate largely to ihtJic lolal pilches' THEY'RE BATTING Sj How.tiey'ro billing up lo Ibe em) 11. V.C. 1 1.500 ibi fonrlK game: JClJJGINNATl; jiher lubort A.Ei. 3 2 15 .500 .200 giTing their naraca as Ed- Cabriel and Gcorge.-.Thomnson. carrying IT.-O suU-tases containing one dollars in Kilter ire-re arreel- !0n a Das.iengcr train in hy rfett-ctlrcs, who of their'actions, lleliering that the men may te Impllcfilctl Iri Ihe recent r6Sbcry of the Montreal express near ls, wrier: a large quantity of siHer was taken, the local aut'aorllles u'irci) the police of Montreal anil railroad officials. The men will lielrl with out charge until the IXmiinTon anthorl lies arc heard from. Illng, his. successful r'inclnnaU '.000 Cicotle put over 33 strikes. .272 one more than and ?C of m. hieher tlian'Clcoltc'j by ,000 offeringa were ML to fair territory, .333 whereas 29 of Ring's wore shot there, i .000 tho home hatsmcn. >rorria Haiti. Ihr- luds' second base- .000 .In called halls, moreover, Clcolle I man, played a sparkling gaTOc Salnr- Js way ahead. Umpiri; Xanin jiiny, Wltli the bases filled In Ihc :houeht Kddle nilpsed the plate 27 J second innljfg, Ilafh scoojjcd-up limes, hill he picked II of Illng's aai (die's grounder, miring Ihe side, ones. Knur of these wrre given nlrjg. Kchalk In .Ihe second In 'dddlllon, Ring gave- I wo other paest4, none. Clcolto' was credited SctiHlV, Ihe HOT c.alclicr. Ihe crowd, lo IU Uc picked Clroh's fly oni nl A llelvl liyx. HOCKEY SI with: two bats- The up and slrclchcd men Tvenl on the wrong ulilo of Hing'a lal. the! atnrt of the 'lucky" eevcnlh, ledger. That Ring sdcpc-Ddlng liis fast ball to pull him out of lick- Huh flituallons evident from tlu: number of wlilch Chi- cago players hit. Sixteen limes they hit hall In Ihe air to fair terri- oul tht yells for for runs were futile; Schalk. the first up, sot on biise as a result of being bit, bill his males could not advance lilm. Uno Ueuriu. ahonl forty-five years TOl'.ONTO. Ocl. Is cvt bntly determined to place an ama. leur Itam on the Ice this winter; wtli rank among the hcst In Canada. Scouts from the western city have hcen looking over the material In Toronto and liaro offered several players gofrl riostllojis, but 10 rlntc only one has accepted. McC'affery, riijlil Tr'mg player of Denial (.'ol- Icge left last iilf-hl for Calgiry. Otlrere will follow him In R tow j amontf these one of thf! [goalkeepers In Ihe O.II.A. If Calgary succeeds tn landing the players liicy arc after, ihey cut a wlclo Bwath In western hockey this coming winter. ot Instanuy lulled liy tory and four times to Ton ofJKtruck by a fl. passenger Iraln Cincinanll off a crossing at Sailh file. .Marie. Tho Canadian Aerinl Transporlatlori Advertising T'td., of Mon- ireal, has purchased len air- spctlally hnilt for work, which II will uic, as also ecu- planes, Jn the vlclnlly of'.Montreal, RECEIPTS WEARING RECORD v See White Sox Lite to Cincinnati. v CIIK.'AOO, Ocl. Park. Altcuilauce loiliy. .31.383; for four days. 12S.500. neccipts today, for four days. PInyera' share today, }52.- for four ilas's, 4207. Clulis' share loitay. 53ri.3IO.52; for four days, Jt3S.3ll.30. Commission's stare today, (or tour ilaya, v 'j WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Ihe Lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., opp, Ulr.bridgt Hotel 1M4 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get jrour celluloid light! In aui! curlnins repaired btlOTe the cold THE LETH- BRIDQE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6lh Hlreel N'til. lo Herald Office 0. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Used cars bougoi and sold. General Repining Garner 41 h 3rd It, Ulnk, Phone 1190 I Service Station Sen-Ice Slitlon for the famOua Jlarncto.i. All makes ot generators, colh ro- liaired. Full slocK of repair parls car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 Menus South PHONE 731 ;