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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HIOAY, OCTOHEK 19. 1917 11 IK LLTIlUKllXiE I1KKALH PAGRTHREB1 "BRINGING UP FATHER- G. McManus TAKE CM QUT OF VOSK AND THE Fifteen .Nations Represented in. Trap Tournament at Toledo REVIVE WRESTLING GAME Anderson and Hein May Clash MATCH BEIMT LINED UP A IrapshootliiE tournament Ilia I was novel, and, to say the' least, unique, was recently conducted by the Edgcwater CUD club ot Toledo. Ohio. It, was an. International affair In which 15 nations were represented, or in other words 15 overseas countries. Any organization that can get Ger- naans and Encllsli logethcr these days wllh guns, in Iheir lianrts without Tlin neit Bporlinc event In Hie cily worthy of special note will In all probability ue the opening of the .wrestling game. The Lctbbrldgc Sports cluh havo licen In touch for some time past with a number of well fcnotvii mat artists, and EOIUO fast exhibitions arc in store for llio followers o[ the paddock clan.- Letters anil wires have Lceii received from nncl been sent to several ol the hie boys, and Lt Is now practically safe Jsck Taylor, AnJcrEon, Harry and other well known wrestlers will appear hero this season. Ttie opening match-will in all likelihood he nlngcd on Nov. 1 between Waller Anderson, of Saskatoon, and Harry Hclri, formerly o[ Great Falls, now rushUug In Ilaroiis, two' hoys who lop the scales ol. over 200 pouiids. So far It haa liten impossible lo line-up Dilly Weeks and AI Ross. Weeks ID willing lo come, but his terms :irc rather stitf. Illshop claims he Is drawing big money In his fighls In the east.'ami im'ricr (hn circumstances LuJibrldgo can't bid strong cnough_ just at present. But negotiations are still proceeding and the outlook for (lie Weaks-Hoss bout during the..winter boxing EpaRou Is still bright The Chinese squad was on the pro- gram as the Mandarin Gun squad, and was comprised of John Slew, Edward Kola, Henry Yee, Henry Get and Lewis Duong, At -25 targets each ihelr scores were: Stew, 14 broken; Gel, 8; Vce and Ouong 1 each, ant] Kota G. They tire-'members ol tho Gun club, As far as could be ascertained all the shooting was" confined lo the shooting each other undertakes a big j regulation attacks upon- the "Liluo task, but lhat is what the Toledo Gun rocks." but the'spectators, If not the Ciitf.iffo, Ocl. mnnnor of man Is ever going to lake the measure ol this voting Hebrew boy ttlio now holds Ihe lightweight title? Opinions vary as much on thla as they do on any lhat ever came up iti the boxing game. task, but thai is what the Toledo Cm, rocks." but the' spectators If not te j !wm a 0, Lcon. rlul) llld anil KO'. away with. 1L in fine contestants, must and llien have an, rccQril Hlfi lho rough reauj- aiiaiio. Squids ol five men represent- hart In mind llic possibilities of an nM Umo lear.in sort 0[ batter has cil cach_ol, Ihcsc countries: England. InlerchanEO ot liostililics in Imilatlon Germany. Franco. Ireland. Hungary, of (he all-comers' eranpla on tliootlier Austria, Italy. Sivcdcn. Denmark, Hoi- Bine, ot the Ihe influence of j lft lo worn. Dcnnv [U fellows fall HOURLESSBREAKS THE TRACK RECORD Laurel, Md., Oct. less defeated Omar Khayyam In the match race lo- day, breaking Ihe track record. The mile and a quarter was covered in Tlie old re- cord was JIM BAGBY TOWER OF STRENGTH Great Help lo Won- derful Control. land, Poland, Russia, Greece, Scotland. I trapRlioolIng Is always toward peace: Dennv SCTncs lo have rjo fear and China, and there was one delega- and gooil rellowstilp. j o[ jw with I lion that didn't have a flag, a Hebrew Tlie in this many MjtclieUi lhall whom thcrc is' learn. y nationalities sbaol provided an ]W boxcr in (Ms team. Don't" overlook the mention of ----------------------__ _ ]lu mure SR.IIICU uuAur Jii iiua uuuiiiij. lion sucL as Americans never before s ncimy annexed llic title he of the world's most remarkable Chiua having a the cosDiopoll-1 witnessed aha'drow'on immciisc audt--t (nc K0 on n TOa5icr tan competition. Very few can recon-1 cnce, but the Greatest thing Ihcy did Of a" maslcr cilc a Chinaman with n gun, Lut Ihe j was lo demonstrate the fundamental "chJnks" were tlicro. II WAS the first democracy of .America, and it may time a Chinese team over appeared Lhat Irapshooliug will act always as before the Irans. The Celestials, all a rallying point around which lliis young rr.cn, were quick lo loarn Ihe j democracy may continually be cjccm- ways of ihc greatest American sport, t pllficd. York, Oct. If tho Cleve- land Indians had a quartet of Jim Dag- Liya to do their pitching. Owner Jim Dunn would probably LIB snorting Hie American league chaiapionshlu this fall, "Old as they call In Cleveland. Is a yaslmaslcr In thu gen tic art ot controlling a baseball. Tlicre arc American league pKchcrs who havo more stuff than Jim nrul more sharp lireaking curves. There are borne who arc his equal In hurling a baseball where they want It, but lie doesn't have to doff hia skyplece Ban [QT the 'Trenches Barrow May Succeed Now name of Edward president M the-International league, has uecn pushed to the forefront in baseball gossip ns the man who will succeed Ban Johnson as presi- dent ofjhe American league when Mr. Johnson retires lo enter Ihe nation's military service, which he announced he vould do n few. days ago. "I will be In the trenches ol Franco within six said Johnson today. "I am through with baseball until the end of Ihe war. I'm go- Ing over to join Captain Huston. 1'Jl bel you a new hat I beat him Into the trenches. The American league is'wcll for 11 Tied against the future. Its business men can carry It safely through whalerer IjLiatiiees depression lite war may Involve. I am for the nigger game America, fov democracy, for France, for nclgluhi." MORDECAI BROWN SLJES FOR SALARY c- y o v victories over- iho'VAibieUcs in 1914 i was tbe only lime tbal feat has been 'JABS AT WORLD'S SERIES v a cco'm Jill's lied. c- Chicago, Oct. ol tho world's chanipton team to- day received cheques for their share of Uic rccelpla froni the world's ser- ies anoiintlng In Each of the twenty-five players eligible to share In the money received a chcnue for Moat of Ihe play era planned Lo leave during lho day ''for' their homes In various Ihe country, though a few who It said accepted offers lo appear in vaudeville, remain- ed hero lo complete arrangements for their season on the stage. NOT ENOUGH HAIRPINSI Three-Fingertd Pitcher Suit In was 'U.S. Courte to Recover Federal net- League Salary. Chicago, Ocl. lo re- cover alleged Lo be due him In liack salary, Mon1e.cn 1 Brown, Ihc not- ed "three-fingered" pitcher, has filcU Eiilt In tbo U.S. district court here for tho appointment or a receiver for Lho defunct Federal league, Luis .1.- Uchan, counsel for Jlrown, leald "that irhei I signed a peace I Izcd baseball Ihc league's assets were r so III Denny Kauff believes In- hunches Col. "D11V Phclon, Cinclnnatra bnae- hnll sage, picked up two rusty hair- plnn jn the grandstand at the Polo grounds before Thursday's lialllc. Col. lllll promptly hunted up.KaufT, who was taking balling practice at the "Denny, lake these lialrptos and put them In your lilp eald Col. Dill, with a Took. "Each ono o( them 19 good for a home run." KaufT look (lie hairpins and went back to tho net. In Uic fourth Inning he knocked out his first home run, which also was hli first, hit ol the scries. Flushlne up to Col. Bill, Ucuny :n the Fcflcr.il Icagns exclaimed: agreement wllh orEan- "I cant do Mint agai In In Ihls game, Iflistribiiterl among (lie clubs of lho Na Illonal nnd American leagues. Brown wan La Ilicso assets coleclcd anil ,1 ic- (hem. Brown deserted organized baseball nd signed contract at a of to manage Lho 51 "j Federals, lie subsequently JVM [released, and Ihc league, It la clilmcd, I a greed lo meet tno obligations of-hla (contract. the other hatrpln lo Heinle Kim. ffo needs Dcnnfo pounded ouLjvU second homo mn Irt the whereupon Zlm, with lho other hairpin in hla pocket, Ml' Danforlh for ttirco bases. More Schalk is one of the foremost catch- ers in the game. H was llic fourteenth modern world's series. Each of the four umpires drew [CG for the Eories. ig the best nny pit- cher hag won In any scries. HfgJUfleJder Harry Hoper establish- ed a record by cranking out two home runs In the final Hcd Sox-Philadelphia Game in 1015. llowland has a Tine oulficld in Jack son In left, Fclsch in centre and Lei- Lold in right. They artj clever fly chasers and hare strong throwing rms. Scbalk Is famous ns a thrower, and as one of tbs fnslest running ralclicrs over in thc'majar leagues. Pitcher Eddlo Cicolle lias ten years' experience, and an alleged "shine ball." Giants and White Sox are the most expensive learns in the history of base ball, according to so mo cxpurls. Umpire Wm. Klcm has worked in nine series with llils year's classic. longest pamc In previous scries was October 101Cr when I Jos ton Red Sox beat Brooklyn Uy 2 to 1 In 14 In nlngs. Huth' opposing Smith In the pitcher's box. Second Baseman Eddie Collins has so far won In world's scries games ns a member of the Philadel- phia Athletics. Tho Ilcd Sox have yet'lo lose a world's championship. Twenty-five home runs have been made in thirteen previous world's Korlcs. The lolal now la hvcnty-cighl. A lolal of 61 players nrc cllElble Lo share In the worlds scries prize White and 25 Glanfs. Tho total nUendancc at Iho first The N'atioiinl commission" has handl- d the scries since 1905. j; s, all (liines And ivhcn Kilhanc Is considered we would say that Johnny is not lo be slighled when Ihc world's best boxer.1; arc mentioned. He has a wonderful j urafn and lho faculty of making his muscles follow the diclalcg of his; brain like n flash. Ycl lie really was! knocked out by" Leonard "in less than a round, according lo hia own adinis-i never was able lo liang any of them. In addition lo control Bagby has a action. ,ead on his shoulders which is a store- .ouse of knowledge concornlng tho of American league hat- ers, lie iloesn'l need a card Index In lis league, and never forgets. One o[ Hie features of llagby's pitch-'. ng lici hi the fact .that he has won nost of his games from Ihc ELrongest IDLs. Out of a lolal of 20 victories' IB liad scored up to the middta ot "Old Sarge" recorded CO per.' cnt. of llicni against ILc White Sox, [led "Koi and Detroit and had tekeu a heavy toll from the Athletics, a club wtiicli has a mean habit of a game a pitcher when' ie is going his licst. LJagliy lias been pitching profession-' il slnco 1010, according to the records, but his experience In tho leagues has urcn limited, for Ibis Is only his second_ full seaton as a member of ihc Cleveland club. That' lie should, be able to learn so muclx about llic ivcaknesscs of American league batsmen in two years' time Is remarkable, and ILC has a nimble brain to thank for II. A member of the Red. Sox recently said lhat lias llio best control of any pitcher In HID American league, which Is a compli- ment ivell worth Capl. Tinling, son ot Chris. W. Tm pounds. was the last western Ameri- can league team to wlnithc pennant in 1009. Third Baseman Zimmerman is llic only New York on the Giants. Only Lcftficldcr George B'urns, Shortstop Arthur Fletcher and Right- world's series hi 1S34 was It Is reported Lhat XeW Brunswick la to bo mado a separate mllllary dis- trict, No. 7.. It now forma part of No. G, wllh headquarters.in Halifax! JrOOO. _ The Glanls rccclvc'd rach .for vi nn Ing Iho series from lho Athletics ti 1905. This Is Ihe While Sox fourth Am crlcaj) league pennlnt. Tlic Boston Nationals' four straight TWO SAFE INVESTMENTS Keep dust ami wafer out of yonr aparo MrC3, nnd, If on demountable rfms, prevent rust. A real llro envcr, r SPUING Keep. Ihc dust from hcLivccn llio leaves of yonr springa, and Lhc grease and all In. A real r.ccfssSiy. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE SOUTH- LETHBRIWSE, AtTA. than The well-known F. M. Brand We have them at all prices in pure wool, 34 oz. cloth W. B. KESTER GO. EXCLUSIVE HEN'S WEAK 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE I8I7 MANY STARS IN TRAINING CAMPS Playing Talent Is Transferred From College Grldirone. Tho playing lalcul of the American gridiron has. been transferred from inct college ufljujjus iu -iiiu imiiLing fields, and while Ihe various in- etltutiona of learning are trying lo mrn out something from relative! fielder reir.Rin of the tilc and sailor units Glanls 1913 champions.: Uirougboiil the ocunlry hare organic A Now York newspaper gave a cd elevens that could worthily'rcprc- Libcrly bond for llic first home run rcgislcrod on ihc Polo grounds dur- ing the Ecrlcs there. Kauri' got it. Lcrtfielder Joe Jackson .was born July 13, 1SSS, In Kasloy. S.C. Jackson, I'clsch nnd Eddie Collins nrc the.big batting Irlo of the Soi. o i BASKETBALL GAME TONIGHT The Stars and- clash tonTgbt at lho "Y" .gynmna- iuni. r C- 4 .O sent the best universities in normal limes, To sec football- as It should he plnycd go to the training camp hag come to be fairly .veil rctogntzed as being an accurate sum- rafng lip of Uic conditions, II is the nearest approach lhat over lias cxlal- ctl-ot selections Tor "all-sectional'-'; team actually getting together on a, regularly organized le'ain. The foot- hnll team ot n naval unit located near Kan Francisco has llic ptck ot lho Pacific' coast (cams playing1 together and they havo won all their games thus far by overwhelming margins. VAN DYCK CIGAR .nyo SIZES CLUB HOUSE, three for 25c 'PORTRAYALS, two 25c The ELITE CIGAR STORE SOLD BY OUF1 STORE ONLY IN LETHBHIDGE. PERRY 4 F1EID As the Old Boy Says -Thousands of demi-tasses to-day wpuld be insipid without a Promoter Blunt cigar.'' 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