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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILV TUESDAY. OCTOnEll 7, 1019 'BRINGING UP FATHER11 By G. Me Maims lonular thp (aus. lu 1315, when 10 built bis mammoth concrete base- iall sladluui ho kept bleacher seals it S3 ccolB, because he said ho owe.1 oyally la this clnss of followers ot game who supported htm when ho first came to Chicago sod he has coistiuued lo charge- for Loi eculs while thft price has beeq raised lu mojt of (bo larger cities. The Sport Page v BASKETBALL NOTICE There will be a basketball practice tonight at the at S.30. Captains of the dtHerent teams should make an effort to set their'men out for-this. ''Kid" Gleason Will Send Young Diek Kerr io the Slab in the Hope Th'at He Will Repeal His .Last Friday's Perfor- mance and Save Something Oul of the er Pitcher's [Battle Must Win Today to Get Another.Chance. Ohio, Clncin- hile; erery- the series ball .today greeted tenons "baseball rliing was in readiness. [or a "resump- tion of the' world series "of 191? be- tween the. V.TiIte Soi and Reds sllled- land .-field this" afternoon. The vic- tories of Moraa's men at Chi- cago hare only added_ io lie enthus- jasm tthat -was displayed here dnriug last weefe and today's attendance to ba greater, than ever, if lich a thing is possible... jTbe weather roan was exceptionally '-kind daring the two games played here last. Wednesday and Thursday and Indications were for fair weather, elliough the of last can hardly be looted tor. ahnonncement lhat cornea from Chicago that Mpran Trill work Reuther today, leads most of Ihe fans here (o thai an- additional' f.imk- oa Wednesday not be necessary Gleasou, of Iho visitors; will probably Kerr, the pitcher who scored Ihe only victory over the. Reds has thus far been registered and who held .them practically hiUess, allow ing'them only three hitj. -Wllh Kerr and Rentber'pllchlrjs the came should develop Into a pitchers' bailie lhal mlghl even exceed lha of Iho pitchers In the previous games, which has been good .with the exception of the opening contest, when the Jleds connecl freely .-wilh Ihe curves ol Eddie C-lcotle. Ths game of yesterday was ihe last In players shared ui.lhe pro- eeeda and should the lieds win today l come thus ending in ohprt order the chance of clnbE to make large financial re- turn's. However, if the Sol vrin the two teams will do Tiattle'hcre tomor- row, asi) shpald- tb3 Sox again win Uiey will go.bacfe id Chicago on Thurs- day. for the 'eighth game. ._ The-prohable liuc-up today'9 game will be: Hath, 2h. Ib. Grob, If-Reds Win They Draw Each and Sox Participate CHICAGO, Teslenlay's game vras lae last in. ulnyers on the Cincinnati Xatiohals a'nil Chic- ago Soi shared' in recejnU anrl Doacan, If. Kopf, s.s. Vvinjo.'.c. Reuther, p. J. .Coll.fci. r.f. Wearer, Jb. Jackson, l.f.. FelEch, c.f. Oindil, Ib. Risbergf "a.s. Scbalt i Kerr, p. Umpires: ETans behind the plate; Qulgley at firEt; at second; Hlgler at ibird. The crowds began to gaUier al the ticket office at Rcdland field at day- break today and (wo hours later sev- eral thousand persons were in line. Probable Starters Today DICK KERR Who on Friday blanked tho Reds. 3 Lu 0, winning the only game Ibe While Sox have won in the series up till today. Says Boys Who'Fouglil so Weil All Season Playing Like School Kids The Academy ol UedlcjDe of Toron o, at a banquet, 'H'clcomc'l borne Its men from overseas. LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Koipltll Cilll. Phones: Special RcLeB oa Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lelhbrldge, Alia. I t'oniiskcy, "Old Cut Out for Plumber by Father, liul Dad's lldpes Spoiled Boulton's Auto LivWy WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1205 Night Phones 1336 and WJt EASTERN HATS i" CAPS' is 'plsvers 311T.L57.35: Tha, losing team (o he s bared by Its The.'amoun that will lo the American and Nal loual'League sec ond and third also nas deLermmatl by the fifth ' the played yesterday. To fhB-Xer York ala and Cleveland -ATpericane, accbrrl- irtg to the will go lo be shared while lie Chicago Nationals and-New "Tort Americans will split' for- fio- isbing -v-'1 J Based on1 a diTlalon of, Ih'e team shares among 23 members, the uers championship' each receive and'the members of Lhe defeated "club each will eel N'ew Ycrt National and Clove- fantj American player provided 23 equal shares made.will receive Only, uareserved standing room ticket? were, for sale, all the re- served scats having been purchased before tbe series opened. From the Interest laken in the sixth and w may be the laEt same, It appnarc-d Ibat tbe largest crowd that has wit, neEsed ;uiy game in Cincinnati would be alj Ihe ball part this allenioDn. HOW THEY'RE BATTING To players on the Chicago Ts'alionals and York American League a share to eacli of 2-3 men would award" ?56o.07. _ PACIFIC COAST llow they're "baltln o[ Ibe fourth 'game: CINCINNATI: fUuther Fisher..........i.. Daubert'........ Ncale, Duncan.......... Rath........ Groh Wingo............. Rousch Knpf llarlden.......... Magee............. Kller Team batting CHICAGO: Mcilullln (inndU J. Collln B. Colllna up Io Ihe end A razor blide that's el- wayisharpl Whatacom- and convenience. Yet because of the self- stropping feaWre, 'that's just what you get with an AutoStrop Razor. 1] bladci A.B. 2 n 17 15 6 15 15 ..141 I'.C. Vernon Angeles Sill Lake Sacrameiito Gakland San Franclico Portland Seattle Won. 111. IDS ES So S5 f5 78 C2 P.O. ni 97 JOS' .5 IS .507 .185 .474 .144 .365 ANT.fcf.ES. Ocl. -won the championship of the Pacific Coast 1.000 baseball league hero today when It .MO took Ibe first Us double- CHICAGO, ol'tbe Sox, belore leaving" ;'.for r- Cincinnati, the siilb garnc 'of the world it en had played the "1 don't know what is'tEe mat- do know -that something Is'sTrong .'with ray learn.. The learn .I-had, fighting in 'August for the pendant would baTe Lrimmed thn Reds -without a slrnggle. The buricli f have noir could not heat a team. hit soniethfng '.2SO for the seasoa (n the American League pennant raca. S'OTT that is the best hitting ball cliib em did in the history of baseball. The .war those .28CP hitters acleil against Eller they Mu'ld not make a place'on a team. "I am convinced that I bave the best ball club lhat'evcr was put together. I certainly liavc been disappointed in It-In this eeries. It haa not pliycil ;naficball in a sinfls game. Tliere is only a baro chance they can now. "You know SL secrn rtos-, slhle lhat this teahi that worker! so groat for mft alt summer conld fall down like this. I tell you I am absolutely sicfc at h'tart. 1 tHouglit nil of Ihera -wero my hoys. 1 felt line a school teacher fnieht feel toward his pupilp.i'I loved those hoys for Ihe ivay they fought for me this summer." CHICAGO. Ocl. Albert known as the "Old Ho- inan." president ol'lho pcnnantr'wlu- ning -White Sox: Is indeed the "grand old man of basr-bull." Kver since be upset his father's hopc'somp 40'years ago hy taking up baseball instead of becoming a plumber he'has been con- wlfli baseball la various pacilles. having traveljed around tbe .world with the Chicago'and Xew 'tcsms in 1913-19il 'and being Instru- menial in the progress; of the game- rom the early days of the sporl Although lie celebrated his 60th birthday In August, Comiskey slill la as active as hs ever was except that he does not play. It did. not require much plumbing to convince ihe Soi president that Ibis was another field, so disregarding tho apprenticeship under which his falhcr placed him he joined Ihe Jlilwaukee baseball cluu as a Iblrd baseman in-j salary was a month. Deforo this llule- however, Comiskey played snnd- Wio turned the m the Hrsl let hall -with his pals' and became baseball.. Helps Win Many Ftaus Comiskey is accustomed to. seeing .jliis team win-perinanls. In fact, he t jclarled Ihe pcniiant business back in -1675, Vbcu as caplain and nannger of the SL IjOuis. Ilrowns'bis- earn won..the American .association pennant in lSS5'6-7-8-. The Browns narticipated, In. Ihe. world's series of hose years, Winning one series, losing two and tying one. he .became captain and man- ager of-lhc Cincinnati Reds and while acting in Ibat capacity met Bryon" D. Johnson, then.engaged in newspaper HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before iho tf ANDY :THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. '0 lo 1, gettln? three for 'seven bases''-himself. Under Various Managers Club as Flashed fo Front, and' Then Finished Behind .29-i .200 .056 .500 .133 .250 .100 .HOD header -with Angeles. 2. The second game broho up ivUh'a cushion fight.. In the sixth innlnrc when tbe ceore was C to'3 In favor of the Tlgcra. Wildest enthusiasm by Vernon fans allended. the winning of the first game by Ihe Tigers, who, to win, had to orercome a handicap of two and a half parties al the beginning of Ihe lackjpn Felsch nlsbere Clcotlo Sctiaik Wilklneon Kerr Uebold Murphy Team baiting A.B. 2 IS S IS 20 13 13 H 4 n I 5 I championship .3131 A crowd estimated at 25.000 per- rmd said lo-he the largest that .Z12 ever attended a ball game In AngoVcs, saw the Tigers win the Pa- cific CoasL championship and Ihe right lo compelc with the St. Pn'Jl learn, winner ol Iho American Asso- ciation pennanL, minor league cham- pionship. Flrsl game: R. fl, las Angeles 2 ;i 1 Vernon 970 Drown, Perllca and Ucll and Dcvormer. Second came: II. II. E. LOT'Angelei .4 2 .500 .278 .125 .111 .315 .076 .000 .347 .COO u, s. FOOTBALL (Saluro'ay. Games) f Harvard 17, Rostorl College 0. 20. Springfield Y.M.C.A. 0. .Vary 43, North Carolina A. C. 0. Cornell 9. Array 9, Holy Gross 0. MIcbfgan 34, Case 0. Brown 7, tlawdoiniO. ;on 37. IMpon College 0. California ff, Olympic, E ,200 I Vernon .000] Schilllz and C 3 1 Tlosa and .000 .000 .15', 23 .183 Cincinnati has scored 20 run hlla while the While Soi hare negot- iated six on 20 hid. William George, a prominent cillitn or Walkerrtlle, was killed In an auto- accident. Tlaasler; (Game called nl end of first half ol Welser Hell, who pitched the win- ning game (or "Fatly" Arbucklc'i team, pltchei) for Edmonton In 1903. U. of Franc'sro 6. Ohio Slate 38, Ohio Wcsleyan (t. Minnesota, f. 39, North Dakota "U 0. Indiana 3. Center U. Franklin U. Purdue 14.' Iowa stnle loltege 3, Coe college 0. Colorado Agriculture college 11, Unl- vcrsiay of-Wyoming 0- Hulgere 10, N'orlh Carolina 0. Dartmouth 13, 0. UnlvuraltV of Virginia 0, Itlchraond collpgo 0. Michigan AseKi 14, Albion 13. Syracuse :7, Vermont 0. Washington and Jefferson 23, Klskl 0. Pitlelmrg W. Geneva 0. 1'ennsylvaniiL it. P..M. (t Colsato 35, 7 Koire Damo H, Kalamazoo Wtsl Virginia Westminster 1. University ot 6', Pitlsburg S'ormsl 0. Iowa U, Nebraska 0.. Agglei 15, Secom Aggies 7. Adfclla A. nand; of Orillln, jlileen years old, was fatally btrncd T.-hllc llghllng a fire with coal oil nhcu alone jo Ibt CINCINNATI, Oct. 'may -bo Inleresting' lo pcai'i Ihe list of man- afc'ers who have tried their luck with the Heds since 1876. They are Cy Keck, 1S7S and J. M. Neff, 1873 and 0. P. Caylor, 1SSO; Tom Lolliis. "1S30 to Comls- ksy. ,1893-10 .1834; William Ewing, 1S9? lo 1300; nobort Allen. 1900- John (Bill) McPhee, 1301 and Joseph Kelly. 1302 to 1905; Edward llanlon, 1006 and iD07; John Ganzcl, inoS; Clarke Griffith, -ISM lo 1511; Hank O'Day, 1312; Joe Tinker. 1913; Charles Hdrzog. ISH'to Chrlsly Malhew- son, 1D17 and ISIS. And Ihcn, came Pal Moran, ,is-bo was released frotn a'contract with Ihe Gfanls as pitching coacn and.sent by McGraw as another victim o! the Ohio jins.' Itul Jloran proved himself a iim chaser, hull! up a first-class club and took trie pennant away his benefactor. ,In 1S77 only two of. Iho Old "siily- Jilncrs? Gould and Charles Swcaay. Among the newcom- ers were Bobby Matthews, pitcher; X. W. Illcks, catcher; Ed. Culhberl. .Ipman Piko and Dob Addy. In he team changed hands and was aien orcr by J. W. M. Neff. fn 1880 he leam was cxpcjlcd from from the cague for allowln? liquor lo be sold n Ihe grounds. In 1830 Ihe club was cturned lo the league tinder ilie man- .gement of Tom Lodus. "In 1831 the wad taken over by John T. Ilniah'. u 1003 Brush disposed of his holdings George b. Cox, Julius and Mai Teischman anil