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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX .-v utrniBniDCiE JCKRALD S.YiTHOAY, OCTOIJKH IS, UP FATHER" By G. Me M amp 1 err-rtv I All You Need After a Shave It your sk-n Is shav- ID.J "roughs" apply MBNNBN'S FOR MEN. It's great. ll'i Bivtrtl tLnUd FOR Experts Who Pulled Boners In the World Series Picking Now Starting a Fake Yarn "'CHICAGO, Oct. IS.--Predictions ou where Eddie Collins loomed EO Tar Hie world's series did not come true i above Morris Rath- that experts In very maor.instances. Some cspcrls I thought it a .shame to think af even pnl in macy hours figuring out the fare Ihe While SO.T the t'dge at nearly everj- position. The? Reds upset Ihe prediction, and it is ap arduous task for Ibe experts picked Lbe American leaguers to find" B. suitable alabL -Mosl of: the in find it Impossible to do so and in order to cover their mistake cast reflections on (lie integrity of national game by Insinuating that "gambling had something to do wiitMhc final of the hatUo. Xoihlr.g U more Absurd. Going into the world's series games thRi Cincinnati did not appear to be the petler Leam. the teams man for man the d9pester found the TVhlle Soi lo hare a tie-. .elded advantage. They also .counted on the efrciency of Eddie Clcoltc to ,lnm the trick, the assistance of .the tremendous baltliog of Eddia Col- and Joe Jackson. They did not take into account the possibility Lh'at Ihe Red's nilcners might stop these "men. The cluh inat played the belter baseball won lha and "therefore the comparisons Trere not Tcorth the lime experts put on them. 1 Rath Outplayed Collins Take position for position and It T making a coniparTion. The Ileds' play- ed lo beat Collins and succeeded. Hence Halh's "superior work in the games. The laller even went EQ far as to ouUitt Collins, which he was not eipected to do'. This prorea how Ef- fective Moron's huriers pitched lo the star balsmau ol the American league. At short is TTBS toe He red Kopf 'end were pnM.-iiar. They playeti passed the pxhlbUiou given in by Kdilie llousch. His work was I marvellous In every respect. He drop- ped a'couple of-fly ball? bul did 50 I bo cause he was TOO sure ot them. Jle diJ not let any of the hard ones get ,away [Torn him. Felsch was thought i by many (o be the better ruau. but disproved thai by h's playing and also Ills hilling, althought neither !oue did much ivith the liaL I The Reds iveul Jnio (he series I thinking thui Earle Neale would ba j the weak sister at tbe plalo, but be I led the rlgnlfieldere by a big margiu, I finishing wiiha mark ol .357. His fieldire iras ofeo Neale was, third, iu the total number of hits made in the series. Hay Schalt fi ad two catchers as opposition in Wingo and Harldcn. The While star per'ornicd up lo his standard, and hit well. Wingo slam- med the ball heavily In Ihe geiies lie played and also t lire IT v.-itlii speed nnd and II liard to heal the work Itariiicn did. The catching as a whole was praiscworihy. What the Records Show N> First Base AB. R. H, DA. TC. .25 4 7 .-.Ml- S7 Gandil .30 1 7 .233 S3 .9SS Second Base IT hrUlianUy in buf-the Cincln- Rath 3 Ili5bers Kopf AB. R. HI DA. TC. .31 .226 40 .32 2.7 _210 j3 .OC4 Shorlsldp AB. H. H. 3A. TC. FA- .25 3 3 .OSO 54 .927 .27 3 5 ".222 40 .975 AD. Tl. H BA. TC. FA, Third Base AB. BA. TC. FA. Wearer nat; man's work was more consistent KopI also hit with.more force and several amazing blbirs in the con lea Is. The Soi finished uumnin series with a marked edge at ih'lrdl jrTcfe'iin" Th'Is-vi-as sarp'risfDgy as ft was thought Groh voiitd outshme. Weaver, but Ihe latter is a great aeries player and lived up lo his refutation as such. He finished with a mark of .321, while Groli-Iistled only .1V2. Wearer's field- ing shaded Lhat ol tbe Ciaclnncl: third i Jackson Fulflld PredlclIor.J G "5 .172 29 .931 .31 4 11 36 1000 Left Field AB: H. IL- 1U. FA. .26 3 7 .269 10 1000 .32 i 12 .375 17 1000 Centre Field AD. R. HI BA..TC. PA. Housch .25. S .214 '39' Felsch .27 2 S 20 .923 Joe Jacfcon clearly demonstrated Ujat. a world's series makes little dif- ference lo him. He played up lo his standard, and _pf Eddie Collins and Happy Ftlsch had.done-the 3aroe Xeale J, Collins [Liebold 'Right Field AD. It. H-V.-TC. FA. .2S Z 10 .Zo7 21 .552 .15 2 4 .2SO 5 i00Q .13 0 1 .065 7 LOOO Catchers AB. R. If. BA. TC. FA. 41 .976 _ _ .._ ----------._ bs. found that the Pseds had tha edge there might have been a dilfersat at'all except third baser and left tell.- Jackson .was selected Chick Gandil was credited Tllh te-llo outclass Duncan, and succeeded In Ing a rriore capable first baseman'hitting much heaTler, hut the per- than .CauberL. and it was pre- forraance of tbe youngster was eiir- dieted he would show lha National leaguer .up in every phase of Ihe game. But this did not happen. It turned out Ihe other way. Da'ubart's playing and hitting surpassed (hat of liandll. The biggest surprise of the entire tents happened aL second bace, Duncan's batting TVBS an Im portnnt faclor In tbe, result of the games and his fielding also was bril- liant- Moran has A' promislnc out- fielder for neil year. v Few world's series have been play- ed in which ihe centrelleldera sur- When you get up late RAPID brushing up of the soap, n Tew turns on the strop while Ihc lather is getting in its work; followed Ky a with 'your AutoSt top Razor and the job '3 done. Three minutes altogether by. your watch. ?You can't beat that I And you have a cool slick shave into the bargain. Of course, il's the stropping that gives you a keen blade when you want it. To clean, you simply put the blade under the tap, wipe it off, then it's reatiy for the next ahavc. No precious minutes lost fumbling wilh pails. That meanc rnwc time tot breaktist, and a anvje for Ihc wuric. f Remember, (he AitoStrop Safely RAZOT to you vwth. a rnoney-bflc'E fucrontee. Razor, etrop, find 12 enpfete for jummor co., AoOCtoop tMSint, Tomto, zor So (he Racing Commission Hears in Bel- 1 ling Necessary i REGIN'A. OcL barrier went ip this morning on the race getting enquiry conducted by Dr. J. G. Rulber- ord and. as far as-Kegina -Is concerri- tJ, the race is run, HacXers ot the non-ambling rflce Icil the field all he way, hut these entered lo ahoTr .he necessity of carrying on the game ilso ran. D. T. of the pro- vincial exhibition hero. lor' several stated in evidence that, he did lol believe there iras any public de- mand iii Itegina.ior race belting, either >y the pari niulufcl scheme or ihe book- plan. Pie staled that racing was just, as good.since the abolition of gambling as when race patrons were-given leffal ctiancc lo back their judgment. Just-before tie pari-mtiluel machines were Ilegina, he said, the fair bnerd had-received an offer of for the privil- ege. EMerk-n EUbnjitltd a detailed report shoWius profita from the parl-muLu els the rears 1913- 14-15- the banner year, (or that year ..Thd followlhc year Bhowed a'loas of'J168 nnd then the mechanical better caine baclc in with a sur- plus of Toe abolished in this.cily before Dominion a( the university during the