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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA.GESK TITK DAILY HERALD -KH10AY. OCTOBEn .'BRINGING UP FATHER11 By G. McManus -ijHirjK I LIVERY Meet All Tralni. Heiplur Calll. r Phones: Special Bales 206 Night 1335 and i Calgary Has Developed Fine Players in a Few Years as a Result of School Lei's (Jot it (Joing in Lelh- bridge. (that n pjleh-nS'Maff if Tn per cent, 'of a ball club you gel a real ides of jboiv great are The HeJa of today. j Heuiher is a Mi-hander whose jworfc through 1919 proves blm 10 be fas great as any southpaw that has ever gone before. Game. cool( in pinches and-own ing a mighty ihai's Rtuiher. He has control be- yond any southpaw in the game today. ii- n I And, to top olf his prowess, toe's a Worlds Champions Prove swalsinUh o[ D3 mean ot just as Formidable When 1920 Season Rolls Around whica helps to Trin baseball combats. Ring Good For Years has developed into a brilliant latorshlp Ring has develop perfonnar under the and should carry along his greatness for a considerable number Itrequired 50 Pal Moran giro a championship team to Cincinnati." im !hc unllfee the, Braves of 1914. the Phillies of u Luque, Ibe ihe'Dodec-rs of 1916, the Giants of who shows "p like a prospective 1917, and rhe Cubs of 191S. aren't rears. Filer is a another youngs ler. youth go lag-1' to be a one-year" Bailee Is 'qiille and writes Frant jno longer is a callow yonth. But There's power and relent- te Talnable for at least less-force in- the Redlaud there's a 'Gibmlter aspect to its lo otlt Moran may hare -fentB- The team as a whole, is still brace ot youngsters-to1 jam young and cerUIcly shonld rule In the older clrcail tor another season tiro at the Teiy icast. is-at-hia, athletic pght replayed a more bril- lianl' all-around jfeame behind the bat remarked: lnan-1n 1319. And. once id stride, i i juet, st -Wiiigo win fioibn-Ecintmaliug for a few.years more. Hariden is a he sure- ly' should hold up through I9-Q and 192L And even if 'he-, doesnVPal Moraa has a few' youngsters .all primed to fill lie-gap. So II seem a several years, at --least tha Reds.will not lose. Veteran Infield The iniiVi.is of a veterau nature Its Is far from beyond its prime, Is tbe Eenlor and none can say that Juke Isn't a great .ballplayer still.- Alone in 1922 or so they can "begin.to talk of counting not before. Rath is be- yond a greater ballplayer tban in his 20s, Grob Is nearly the same Groh played a tuper- latlva game in IS1D.' Larry Kopf tbe fledgling of. the Infield. i .'Few'quartettes have played together more wonderfully than "ihe I Kalh-Kopf-Groh combination. H has Ihecn a'Btone wall. And it should re- .milri such until ihe fledjs hare won another pennant or so. The entire outfield IE Youthful. RouEchr Neale and Duncar. arc In the "iid" RoiiEch is one of tbe _ brightest stars tbat.'.ever shoce in the baseball firmament. -Duncan Is youth who should roind In to'.real greatness In another season or two. And" Xeale, though he never will develop Into a truly great, ia still a valuable man. --Pilchrng Department Strong '.'Bu.L it's la the pitching departmen. Heds are potent viih power If it el ra Isn't the greatest hurling alarc In Is there belle.r one? or one that eren remote- ly approaches it in greatness? Reuther, Sallee, filer, Ring. four of them but baseball fledglings, youths who should go on and; on in pitching greatness for years or more. And whec you re-jail And so the Cincinnati ontloofc for 1920 aid also 1921 Is rosy Indeed; so rosy lhat1 Garry Herrmann, in a moment of exuberance rose up and tarted to 'inn these Dona's series FREDDIE WELSH HUNGRY Charged" With Biting His Former Maraaer'i Ear NEW YORK, Oct. Walsh, once world's champion light- weight boxer and cow a captain in Ihe army, was arraigned in court today charged, with bitting off half his former manager's right ear "during an altercation." The manager, Harry These are ilie dog-days in sport so far as Leclibrulge is concerned, u is lime tbe bowlers are llmhcring up '.heir soupcrs pMiiar.itory to tfce sea- son while thp are working overtime with the pro- vincial championship as their objec- but oulsfde these nvo branches of spon, there is absolutely nothing doing. Which incites us to remark oncf more tbat it's about time Lethbridge .TBS doing something in llic rugby iiie. We haven't any Idea of trying lo bust into tbe senior division of the province, hut what ws would like to see would he a good school league ol three or four teams [to gel the started. Then in four or would be thinking of senior rugby nnd life would be- worth living during the [all months. No use saying lttcan't be done. II cam It's done everywhere that rugby is played. The youngs Lets are taught the game in the eleinentaryand liigh schools, nnd by the lime the boys leave school and commence taking on bed they know the game and senior rugby becomes a matter of course. And if .Lelburldge El arced it, I wouldn't be long t'Jl Knight Academy Medicine Hal and .other burgs in the soulh Vgrp'nt'cnance for the L. A. A- A. lo devclop'a grant game. Jutt listen to what bas been done in developing school, rugby Seniqiv.rogby football in Alberta this year owes jls existence to tho fact 'that tbe Wjorily those playing learned :the .game while were" in lilgl schools, and colleges ia Calgary, sev eral years ago. The liiterietiola'stic.; Tlugby, formed in 1911.'fay Harry Dalian tyne, who at lhat Lime was.secretar. of.the Iqckl Y. team made lip the league its first yenf'an the game has taken such a strong holi that it has now branched out' Into ten sljfyc Ii Pollock; was confined lo a hospital ward, bis counsel announced. .Welsh told the court he did not bite bis former manager's ear, but that he simply, knocked him down and a broken bottle An the floor of Ihe, scsnu.of was respons- Eame- however, was kept )allro a' Learns, fire la the Lhe inlermediale' secilons. Royal, Centrals and-Western Canad were Lhe Ilrst Lo take up the garce. Mount Royal dropped ouL a the commencement of the.w'ar, due t so many students going overseas. .Tli Ible for Polloct'a ear's gashes. "Your honor, do I look as if I would bllo a man's Welsh asked lhe magistrate. "You certainly do the conrl replied, and then ordered Welsh held In ball for trial ncit Tuesday. THREE TEAMS IN P. C. HOCKEY LEAGUE VANCOUVER, Ocl. Victoria. Seattle and Vancou- ver will make up tbe coaaL backer circuit for the coming season, according to an an- nouncement by Frank Patrick, president of the Pacific Coast Jlockey Association, Heports tbat a fourth club wonld be ad- v mftted were denied and Hie line-up will be the fame 33 last year. ihroagh tho war and now the Inter scholastic league Is experiencing it rooat season, both from point of number of teams playing an the cnthiiMasm tbat the students ar displaying. Calgary can safely be styled Ih leading rughy centre of western Can ada. In addition to'the ten schoo teams, we nave two senior and- tw intermediate teams under the contrc oT tbe Alherla "Dig Four'1 rugby utiio actually playing the game In this ell Compared to Calgary, Regina, Ih home of the Treslcrn Canada Ecnlt have but one senior tea and not more than four school team n Moose Jaw they have but one senli cam and no school I earns. There 10 rughy played In Medicine Hat -elnbridge. whllf! Kdmonton lias b wo senior team3, Even in Wicnlpe he number ol senior and Intermedia nig by teams Is limited lo ]0. Reasoni for Success The success of Ifce gridiron game In Calgnry ia due to many reasons.- The nlfcrscholastlc Allilcllc association Lrongl? support all othlctic activities or hlgb school and college students, ncludlng rugbj1, bellevelng fjrnrly that play properly organized, and super- builds nri hlrong mind.1; nnrl hodlee. This league ia super- by Alex Ferguson, wlio 'FIIC- ceeded .lack Sharp 03 secretary treas- ircr Alex Is one of the boyg when it comes' lo boosting all branches of ount Rojral college, Staulev Miller, Rilpy. Oliver Tidball. A. oolf, Heginal'J Meljren, Gordon clxireii, McXair acd Charlie Living- one, all played ivilb, Crescent eigh'.s. Edmonton Using 'em Then Lho Alberta university Is mat use of a number of other Calgary ayers. Bill Baker. Albert Taylor, om Merlll Carscallcn. Gor- m McGacbie, Dan George loglord and several In addition to this Walter neatly, of the Calgary Canucks: am Siacleir. Jimmy Spcncc, all ters ot the- game, also played In school league. Tnere are- also any former school players in the iiermedlate league. Hegina may hate possession of Ib. eoior rugby championship of' ihn eatj but' with the great development material that is goint; on in tbis ly now Ibe time is ncr. far distant hen tho silTerware will be in Calgarj- nd here for keeps: OTT AUTO LIVERY v Special Service on Counlry Trips. Phones 7B7 Reildence 1210 _ t r-i i i Raymond Students of Mr. Wixon WINNIPEG.'Oct. agsre- [flllng and several months ]ail scntouce have reccnily bejMi fiivc-n to porters and sleeping car conductors EnjOV j employed by the- Canadinn Pacific rnll- here yesterday of tbe-sudden death in 1J1J-W Magrath of .'O. C. Wison, (onnerly a! VrinHinnaV It...----___J TT_ 1___ 1_____ "lUUlllVijai (From Our Own One, A. Kennedy, given n straight fine of JMQ; II. J. Duniiig was fined JBPO nnd leu days in G. F. Wood was fined Jind costs or six inoLillis In jail; Porter A. II- lladdock wns giren ten days in jdil fine, and Is now in jail serving time iu lieu of the fine, whlcli Is an itlis: Porters K. FIVE PIN LEAGUE Seven Already. Ten Tins .Much td-Fore..- ta "S'H.I. 113 south country for year. II. n. about S rears of aEe and leavw a of acccptlas WE-isslons from Iravcllinf; on iho I trains of the company. Sleeping car ,0 w, gf CMS of tbe Spanish-American and family lo mourn bis loss. Mr. Wiiou came to this country in Hie early settling in Ilriymond. ]Ic a veteran war, having served In the PhlHipinc campaign. The deatlj of Mr. Wixon was very sudden, Hs appeared Tvell when he retired Mouday evening, but j (ound dead in bed .by his, wife the next morning. 'Friday will be at lhe Knight Academy, the anniversary ol tbe "establishment of lhe A program will be rendered In whlcb'liis Worship Mayor Pack will deliver the principal address. In the creiiing, a dincc will-be given Ln Iho gymnasium. J A skating rink will be built at tlio rear of the Knight Academy building ly tbe si ude lit-body. It is proposed to .have ft large sheet of .ice this wlnle'r. Skating wlll-dqubjless become.popular itb'the 'i V 'J': NO-A'- lhat jti'ave tdeir salary their eyes on thVL king plh, the bowlfng season due lo take shape, and five and ten pin will put in an appearance short- ly. The five-pirn league 'already has seven entries: Barbers, Herald, Bankers, Clerks, Dominions :ind Denials. One more aggregation at will be forthcoming, making an. eight-team feague. Last year ihe Clerks copped lhc money, with the Herald crew a close second. This year the Bankers and (be Herald have considerably stronger-aggre-' gations and there will be close between half a dozen of the The Uh-pin league Is looming up strong and at least half a dozen teams will he.on deck. The season promises lo be the "best since bowl- Ing was Introduced In the city. port f when lie i.i not out dialing fj ff -f. C- o GOLF CLUB NOTES ff At a rneelfng of the golf executive held last evening it was decided to call a- general meeting of the Letb bridge Golf club