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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKTHBlUUCiE DAILY HERALD I'niDAY. OCTOBER 10, 10IU UP FATHER" Bv G. McM anus The Sport Page Did World's Series Produce Popular Hero? Dope Doesn't Show a Leader r PAT MORAN Who gaye CInctDDalL National and ucrld'f charajJons all in one jrear. WINNING RED PITCHER Ellcr and Kerr Share I'ilching Honors, Rousch is Fielding Sensation While Joe Jackson is Out in Front as Balling IQng Though His Mils Were Not Most Opporlune Jieds Draw Each 'While Losing Sox Will (jet Each crucial seneE. It is "generally' admitted the Sox didn't play up to season form. WINNJNG Who was ihe world's series hero? Every series has produced a player whose picture is hung up in the base- ball hsll ol Run" Bak- er, .Eddie Cc'Jinv-. Chriilie Mathew- son, AValiy Schanff. VBabe" Adams, and" a few moro. Who is it Ibis year? There has been less of the sensat- ional In many ways in Ibis series than I In any (onseversl years past unless It be that Pat Moraq's Heds upset the dopeslera' applecart and walked off with Iho big tillc antl J5.000 each. But lor'the winners uo one msn stood out like, a shining light to point the road lo victory. "Hort1' EHcr, sensational young pitcher, liimseH a While SDK cast off, probably is. the nearest ap- proach to the honor this year, with bis victories, In the QfaL ol, which be Sos on.their heads wilh three hits, selliug out a series strike ouWrccord six in succes- sion in the second and third innings Lhfs work in last gams yester- r son "HOD" ELLER won two for the chimps. '.FIELDING SENSATION DICK KERR Who .iron two for the losers. CHICAGO, del. 10.--The players on he Cinc'.nuatl team, by ortlay's contest and thereby captur- iz the Btries. will receive vhich. divided into shares, will let each share The White -Jill draw down It Was a Cheerless, .Rainy Day When Phil Douglas Crept Back Into the Fold A tabloid drama in one act. J Eumpluous offices of. Iho XallonR.1 KxMbltlon company, Polo Grounds, Xew York. Caste of characters: John J. McC.raw. reformed bal Phil (recovering tun lunpuc at "Ilulnc-il. ruined. This Is the I .go forth only.u slioll of the Phil Doug- las that (lie starts unsteadily, to the door. Mien apparently (lilnkgj better of it.) r "Give, me one more' player. Ho is wearing a. ncal business j chnnco Mac and I'll work j suit and his vice-president's test man. i my ringers to lhi> hone for you. I'll ner. His managerial ileseanor has I even bai fungoos to the outfielders in Leon carefully laid away in the locker! practice; J won't object eren if you with his managerial habiliments., the (want to use ma an a pinch runner for ball game having been deleted by rain. L Cleorge Burns or thlslyoung felloe Phil. Douglas, pitcher and reformed Frisch. You can see how It Is wilh wanderer pro lem. j me." As the curlain rjses McGraw Is-setn s fp.ce lias softened during I sitting at his fumed oak desk writing outburst, lie appears to aclieck. It Is a donation to lie Homejnrui phll. following up the The national commission obtained' countenance, llaclt stage can be dls- or one-tenth of the total: ccrned the uncertain outlines or a din- rccelpts ot taken In. t of war tai on all eight games. The total for eight games'follows: Attendance, 236.P3S. -QI- cluslve of-war-lBXf share. j JJ Total for Cincinnati NaHonals baseball writer, a non- descript hat over one ear, a careworn pencil over tKe other lie ia bored, but tries not to show It. 'Door on the right opens cautiously cautious frame has Jusi com- pleted a long jour-40.7 and looks the S.104.70, .-mil each of the 24 players j for Aged Umpires. A benignant an aHeViionaie ........._______- vill receive 53.-25J.36. [presBion sits lightly.on hla rugged I pace ;lie length'of Ihc room twice in slfcncc, then come (o a standstill in a dim corner. Follows then an oration In under- tones by Mr. McQraw- lie em- phasizes his remarks wilh the lips of lno bony fingers on Phil's spare ribs, Phil, meanwhile, nodding like a night, watchman. This dons. Phil taket up the thread ol the narrative, i his lips moving earnestly; his p, pair of railroad semaphores tor the Mmo being. Finally Mr; McGraw also nods. MeGraw "Boy, Where's that ratted Curtain. L The principals lake three en cores. Each player, Total Tor Chicago Each player Second teams ol leagues: New York Nationals, and Cleveland Americana, each, Third (cams ol leagues: Chicago Nationals and New "i'ork Americans each e there arc 24 players on the Reds, thrso were aHoteU only a .half- share by a .vole 'or'the" entire team, It LTJ il .1 itby cut tii part. An appropriate .expression repentance has-apparently grown on ,ce. He sighs heavily hut vea.thai-.Vice-president MeGraw is yet unaware of hla eilfitence. obrlous effort Phil pulls him- self together, removes his hat; stralght- liis lie, pulls -nui'ch r.s we do liia business. Our "shop 19 OPP. ELLISON MILLS EVEREADY SERVICE STATION MAKES Of: BATTERICJ CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranldd A V7rHton Guafanteo for aud a Half qr.UOieH- Bit- leries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 2rd Ave. S. AUTOMQBILE .OWNERS Gel your celluloid lights In and curtains repaired .heforo'tho cold j" l THE LETH- BRIDOE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th Street Xeit.lp Herald O- T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Us'ert lioufifil anil inH. General Repairing Corner 4lb Avenue and 3rd fit Coiy Holler Rink. Phone 1190 Kl Service Station Service- Slntion for Iho fRmotn K-W Mngnclos. All ninkea of mnsnoloV 't''l- 'jintrctl. J-'nll slock of repair 'parts car- rlcil.: All, work guaranteed. MAdNETS RECHARGED the Roy Electric Co. 51S 4lh 'Avenua South 731 ;