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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Tim LETHBHtDGE DAILY IIEHALD TUESDAY, ocronr.n ii, By G. MeManus BRINGING UP FATHER1' I -OLD YQij DO JObT WHAT I TQLO LIVERY We Mill All Tr.iliis. Hoipital Calls. Phones: Rales ou Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lrthbrldgc, Allt. HPvD BETTER. Boulton's Aufo Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone............ Night Phones 1336 and 1'JOE OTT AUTO LIVERY St. Thomas 7. Xorth Dakota 7. Columbia 7. Vermont 0. l2l.'Greal, Lakes 0. Pennsylvania Delaware College Princeton P, Lafayette C. Olito State 0, Ambersl Union 0. Anaconda 10. Oozcman 7. Pcnn JStRto 9, Buckucll- 0, Colgate ..H, Drown 0- Hackers of Chicago Nationals Appear lo lie "Hennsnl Is Report lint Pat Moran is Ace High AVilh Players, P'ans and Every- liodv Sam Wbosar writing lor the Jlmil Reriew, conlributed Lhc following Jroml Chirago aller tie closing same of tiiz bis series: To'hight in Cincinnati the baseball ol lie universe is a-bea-: con light Ui the-rcaiy stranger and a pride of com- fort io the sorely harassed native. Red- land." rejoices, wliicfa is well. Its team has attained the highest honors poss-. ible in haseball. weatnerins tie plucky its opponents in. a raking flre ol-base hits on hostile1 soil.} The White Sox went down lo" defeat, but Trith the song ot figtft on 'their lips. Up "to the last ruinate they menaced getting two men pn Ilie tossocks witli the mighty Jactsoa up, Sul the latler. matins a desperate effort, to paillato the mournful plead-. Stropping reforms the saw-like' edge that re- suits from shaving and provides you with H keen. for every shave. KKOT Strop 15 hladu of tlie Tans, rolled to Rath and was tossed 'cut at 6rsi, ending one 6! the greatest series in history. Enter AVrlh Grim Resolve Great in victory are these aggressive athletes [rom Ihe City of Destiny. They entered.the titular" clash Hi? (art lhat the Cubs were safely anchored 'in third iilace in the .National league flag race, murmurs of dissatisfaction are ht-ard from, ihe direction of llio nindy clly. and murmurs arc to the effect that Fred .Mitchell, for- merly resurdeil as the man.'' Tomorrow night, ihe city basketball jis slated io be succeeded as liilot be- -ague n-jJJ he opened uy a garac- Ihe I9JO season opens the Monarchy aud popular sentiment against them. They were not conceded a cbaoce by the majority, bat not once did the? lose their confidence, not eren. yesterday. time In tie'sfries, it looked l.fca.ihe 'White Sox had real- Ir own. They enter- ed today's game "with the old fight up- perttiost and fn (he Tery first inning they gave evidence, that H tvas Uic be- ginijiris ol, the'enfl-' Claude "Williams, twice humbled, slirled. buljihe did not 'ilergdt ih'e bill oren'but-it met by compact hits sent Williams on his -way to the bench and Bill James look up'the tasfc later 'reluiqiusliin's it "16 "U'liFiDsOn. who found himself powerless lo stem tie avalanche "of -hit's tliat rained all afternoon. It wa's..a Red slausbler. It's Results Thai Couni .Despite the'cleau-cnt victory of the Kattonal league standard bearera. the Chicago fans are loath to giro their triumphant foo.tlie credtt. dae weekly treat for Ihe fans. Percy Ir- win and George McKlllop are the re- spective pilots ol these two teams and tire follow; be stripped blows: th'cm. "s'lili Sor are the better that club get real pugnacious in their altitude. Such arguments as these are pe'jrile. Results are what counts, th'ercforc, the best team "won. The series exactly what claimed at the that the longer it went the more advanUgeons it would be for Cincinnati. Mornn bad the piLchera and Oleaaon not. Tho latter pinned his. fallh in Cicottc and Williams because lie bad 'no else he could bank oo. lie did uot ind from tben on there be a game- bu- lore Ihe J9JO season the Star; Stockholders !n tl .he Cub property ioe players are asked to i apprcrcd ih d ror oclion nhpn the wiiis- and Robert are pennant sore. They believed they hid a chance to overhaul boln tliD GianU and Reds during Ihe closing weeks of the flag chase, and he deal whereby Herzofc .son joined Ihe North _________ H. Hudson, contingent. When, tho ting was Judge, J.Gillespie, C. Wellington, Rul-1 not forthcoming, a roar was heard H. NeJsmi. Stars: C. SDOT. W. Hidpalh. A. Green, J. Scott. A' West- ley! J. MacDonald. HJB Tour teams .entered tllis ear and on paper at' are very venlr divided. The Ewert Car. em- blematic or the cbainpLonship, is nn iQcenliTc to the boys and the L. A- A. A, mar lurlhnV encourage- them by the donation of individual medals. The Eirerl cup was iron In 1515 by the Y. 51.- C. A., In 1517 by the Monarchs but riot awarded to anr taam IA 191S, althonsh Goo. McKillop's, team praclicalis-.liad'a After (be game an iritornial 'dance will be given by the club In Harper's ball, only a limited Dumber o[ ccuples hcing admitted. Rcutheri who indelibly carved his name in the ha1.! of fame in that first game. Saline followed Ilcuthcr and Fisher came after Sallee. Jimmy HJne and Hod Eller followed in the. order named. Moran still had Luque had chosen to work him. but why ha did not start him w.ill remain a mys- Q the Cub camp and now it is ru- mored Mitchell will remain as presiclent, but give "up the active tluiies as manager of the team to Charley Herzog, wtio lias a contract with Llie Cubs. Mitchell's failure to land the bunt- ing could easily be''interpreted a severe blow to Ciib interests. It is doubUul if there is a club in ttie senior league with as heavy u pay. roll as the Cabs, for be it remem ared ihe: Chicago.crowd ivcre lorcec lo lay out cqnsWorable_ money 'to land. tery to rdauy saw the. Cuban, in expect Kerr to show BUCD. surprising form, but the, greatness, pt UIP little Teian's wort was '''not appreciated. owing lo thij failQre ol Cicolte and Williams tc make Rood. It Etill Inrther that where Gleason was handicapped was In tbe box. Redi Have the Pitchers Wllltams7was bcalen in his. three Cleo'ie lost -Iwo and won one. Ke'rr wbn-both of his- games. WUXfnson. James and Mayer displayed their inability to cope with" tho situation when they were hurriedly injected into the game, On tho other hand, Moran was pow- erfully fortified- ire started off _wiUi SCOTCH TWEEDS From the Land of the Heather WHEN we say that these are genuine Scotch imported by Fit-Reiorm diieclly from we said all that can be said about the slurdieil many moft likable Suits and Overcoats that can be made And these new Tweeds have gained added charm from being shaped into Suits and Overcoats by the masler hands of Ihe Fil-Reform tailors. If you have a preference for Tweeds, either in Suits or Overcoats, let us show you (he novelties we have imported in genuine Scotch Tweeds. eio tlie role of rescuer' .Tiurl Invincible and Salleo in their sec- ond notb 'failed" ami nine lalled-to- hnld. -the 4 .Spit, Reutier and Ring" wire still on edge for further wort: If it was needed. Sparkling Deftnss Cincinnati proved itself to be a far Elrongcr team than .It was given credit tor. It snowed up .well In hit- ting and 'its lidding, .particularly In lha oilltield. a wonderful sight. Houscli, Xealc and Duncan ripped oil catch after catch that bordered on the sensational. ivas Ihe big surprise of the series. So was Kopf. Both of these two proved themselves to bo (Janfrerous In a pinc-h, particu- larly Ncale, who selcjom failed. Great credit Is also due Morris Katu, whose playing all during the series was of a sunerlalivo. nzturc and equal praise should uc oestownd upon the remainder of the players, all. of whom contributed lo the great vic- tory of tho Reds. Gleason Poor Sport This series will uo fought out many a day this winter, but. say what they will the star of the. lleds will burn bright. University ot Detroit 3S, Ohio Norlh- prn 3. lluivcr'sily. (ir '7, lien- Jrlcks Collegf 0. Tennessee Iowa State College 7, Grinocll 0. I'ranklin arid Marshall ,-2C, .U- risbt 0. 5. Maryland Stale 13. University ol Virginia 0. University of Kansas H. Emporia. Normal 0. Columbia 7, Vermont 0. University of Utah ?P. Colorado Col lege 0. Creighton 12, Boulh Dakota 0.. Aberdeen High School 43, Britlon Ilish School 0. Slate College 19, Northern- formal (of Accrdcen) C. AVaFhtngtou-aid Jefferson ?0. Car- ueKic Tech 0. Uniyeraity of Colorado T, Colorado unutlidul bjhlilg I tjf ihe series show iluil fuur li'hiic Sox batted over the mnrk during the serifs: while'five lltds are! over that-, fisare.. Of the uicu whu j tiave vlayed ill all eight contests. Joe Jackson leads ,-A-ljh a-o'attlue averaRii of He followed by Cinciuuati. with .3S7. I'JL- avcruge_3. sallow tuat CindrKiaii outliatled rhieago Hs tea'm' by por- of .221. e .1 not there in a pln'ch. anil iue'entire burden fell, lo Alexander. Herzos boosted Ihe clnb's hitting average when he dODDed the Cub re- galia, hut Roborlsoil was a dismal Failure and misfortune picked off sev- eral of Ihe olher depondables at rari- ous times, and Ih6 machine was soon out of the running and tbc Reds and Giants got a lead lhat could not be overtaken. "Chubby." Cliarlcai ;Murphy; a, mi- nority stockholder iij-lhc Cubs, prom- ises some clartlloij this winlcr.- He pe'retls-1 sion of tho courts .lo audit the. Cub boofos, and says when the time comes be will show the fans why Iho team did not vrln. William Wrigley, Jr., n high-class sportsman, and successful business man. Js tho head of tho organization, having out to devote more time business. l-'jnishcs Firsf in 250-JIiIc Aulo Swccpslakes at Cincinmili is Sccontl CINCINNATI, Ohio, Oct. Boyer won the world series aulomo Moran has proved himself to he a bite sv.-cepslakos race, 250 ralJca. at much better sport lhan Kid Glrasori. the Cincinnati speedway thia afternoon He look his defeats grccefully. wllh ivilti an average Unu; of 101.2-5 miles is kind word for Kerr each lime Ihe an iionr. r latter wun and praise lor CIcolle. hut Marl Klein finished second, and 1 Gleasor, aiinmed nn arrogant atll- Kurt Ilitke v.ns third, DILVU I.OTTIR i tilde find seemed to lak" a malicious fourtli. llirkey fifth, and Tom Alley i pleasure in detracting frim the win-'sixth, niing of his, opponent. His particular criticism o( own team In V1'-l'Wesl Virginia "Wcsleran '0. of Wyoming 6, Montana State College 0. Fargo Collcgo U, Moorhcad Nor-, fflal 0. Kendall 27. Oklahoma tjnlversity 0. Tndlaos 1-, Oklahoma A. and 51. S. University of Georgia. 14, Univcr- tv of South Carolina 0. rt'nssueler Tech 13, Worcester McMullui. Weaver Jackson Uauilil Kchalk Kerr Ftlscb Risbers J. Collins E. Collins l.ielold Cicottc Murphy Wilkinson Lowderur'Ifc Mayer "amcs Thq Averagss n :b' ,-1 0 Tech 0. .15 5 II 0 I i