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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TI IK OCTOBER "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManiis .CUBANS DEFEAT PITTSBURG HAVANA, Oct. local teiui turned Ik? tulles ou tho FUtsburf basebnll pliytrs lod.iv, wlmllut 6 to 1. Score: K I'lltsburg i 4 llovana ...f c ,10 I Tutro aud GonEalesJ i T IN THEeJWORLD OF J. A. Reid Heads The Curlers Who Organize For Season forearms and the muscles be- hind iho shoulder blades. Therefore i; Is necossiry to drive a ball hard lo get your shoulders in iho swing, li j Is not necessary to siring so Lant-that you spin all the way around. The wan who swings In this way loses lime In 1 ceiling away from iho plate. .Gettfug started away qutckly con-ant first 1 base is something that demands rloso HiieiHion. .Many a bnse hit lias hecu losi by a slow slart From tut: plato j and imiiy a base bit has been mntle by gftiiCB away quickly. i "Tbe batter ivho sfrincs completely arounJ Lils balance a.n.J betora jho recovers hioiiel? he has lost Ihe equivalent ot at least two full j Two strides "of Tiro feet each i mean chat he has more than ihrec ranis in the Si'-yard dash lo Mrsl. And three yartli is quite a handicap. There art? many more ihings nhout mllins. bul these are the chief o remember and. to practice." F: o( eyes toward himself. .And Wood- row Wilson, whose only title Is tbat of president of the I'nited Stales, Is giving a free look to millions of per- sons. Dempsey, the heavyweight puglllalic champion of Ihe- world and Ihe man whipped Jess Wlllard, has tried io establish In Ihe vanguard ot his Illustrious opposition, bill iho American public sceuis to regard him a lesser iuiliviJual nnd Instead of Ciub Looks For Banner May Arid Another-Sheet of.Ice The curlers, are set for Cold weather.. At a large. gather- Ing of the clans Jast nighi In the Board of Trade'Building, officers were elected a'nd plans put under 'way .which a ban- Htr-ytar'fer curljng liTlMc.clly. Last year, owing to mltd weath- er and the epidemic, the curlers had n poor year, but did not close up shop had to dp.- This year all ii enthusTasm. An will be 'made' to -add- a further sheet of ke. A committee have this in view. The district Eontpiil Is to" be :held In Uethbridge thli scaton, 19 lhat means a solid week of Joy for curlers, commencing January 12th. From present reports and other in- dlcatlons It wljl be the largest ben- 'spiel ever-held the astocla- tion. Lethbrfdge" cfo not Fall, down matter of hand- Itng bonsjiicTs. The mcmtershfp (E and a speclzl effort will be made ID teach green curlers the game and to them placed.on rinks. Juet committee or the secretary- traasurer know your Intentions. Following are the officers: A. Buchanan, M.P., And Bcig.-Gen. J. S. Stewart Honorary .President Bruce. A. Raid. F. .Simpson. A. H. Denoon. E. Csr- berjy. Clark, D, D, McNabb, John Mulr, Vf. L. McKen- Ice. MarnocVr Chaa, Carberry. Fee (10 for the season. Raith Rovers 3. Airdrloonlans 2, Raogers 3, Celtic 0, LONDON. Oct. foot- baJI resuItE: Scottish League Hamillon Dundee 1., International Football Knfiand P. Northern Rugby Union "St. Helen HecreatlOD 5, New Uris'nt- JliUl 25. WakefieldllO. "Wigan 7, Olbam 10. Lancashire Cup, Firat Round Lolgb 0, Rochdale '11. Salford 0, Barrow 15. J rwidncs 16, SU Helen's S. '-'Swlndpn XO, AVirtinEton 4. YoVkshire Clip, First Round Bradtord 5, Battler 9. Leeds S, Dewshury 0. 9- nrTvmlcj-'lS. Hall Kingston .5. York 10, Hunlalct 3. I iFfeather stone 15, Keighley i. LONDON, OcL foal- ball v .-j- ''First League Sheffield United Z. Blackburn 0, DENVER. Colo.. Oct. Johnny N'oye, Si. Paul lightweight, last night was awarded a decision on a foul over Lctr PUiladelpliin, in ho third round ot a scheduled 12- round bout. Tcndlcr hiil the advant- age GTpr Xoye up to thai round. Mifce or St. Paul, a decision over Boston's Leading Mnnnfaclurer Of Home Runs Passes Ad- vice lo Ambitious Qld Country Football .Scores LOfiDOX, Oct. Saturday's foot- ball results -ware as follows: Fire I Division Arsenal 1, Ereriou 1. Aston Villa 1, Preston North End 4. DJackburn Rovers 1, Sheffield Wed- nesday 0, Bollon "U'aaderers 1, We it Uroro- fflch 2. Bradford Cilr C, Sunderland J-i7erpool 0, Cbttsja 1, Manchester UulteJ l, Maacheiter Cuy p. United 4, BradfoM o Notts Connly 2, 2. Oldhara .J, WldfJleiboro 2, Sberfleld United 1, Burnley J. Second DIvTilon BaraHler 6, Lincoln City Blackpool Zf Rlnningbara 0. Brlglol City 2, Rotberham 1. "Claplon 0, Tot lent am Holgpun Fulbam Covtnlry 0. Kuddcrsfleld C, LclcesUr Fosse 0 South Shlfelila 2, roil Vale 0. Slockport Count? S, Sloke 1, WcslbamUcKed OrlmsbyTowrnO, jiWolrerhaaiplon 0, Bury 1. Bouthern League Brighton 3, GUllDghani Cr. Crystal palace 5, Drisiol 1 Mil I wall 2, Swancea 1. No rib a tup (on I, Heading Norwich Oily 4, Merthrr ft. .Jiewport 0, JJiton PorLs month 5, SoulbaraptOD 1. Park 0, Cardiff Ciiy 0. Swlndcra 1, Ere tor 1. South End I, Plymouth L {Watford '1. BreDlIord 0. Scottish ie-'agui 1 1 AbeMcen 0, St. ilfrren 1. Albldn 1, L Clyde 0, Hearts l, Clydebanfc Third Lanart 0. Hlbernfans'6, PartlcK Thistles NOYE WINS OVER LEW TENOLER ON A FOOL Hacry Paui. of Denier. bantam weights. are Jack Kearns CSQ hardly be blamed bctansc Jack Dttupsoy was a tlsiroolc tniture. N'or cnn the pal and Vmnager oi ll.-e irorJJ's hcavywelslit champion be accused or noL trying to make Denijisey appear a litiidllner across tbe (ootlisbis. That the theatrical venture ol Deuipscy came to an un- timely end Itiree verts after it start- ed on u supposed fifteen week's tour the fault only of ibe KUlllbles who this time retused to fall [or tha display. Ecvery one wanted to cet a glimpse of-DempEey. but as }o pay- ing Tor Ihal glimpse ihal another thing. Dempsey's tour Tras ill-advised. Just at present ilic connlry is almost over- ran Trilh travelling heroes, and, un- like Dempsey, these servants of tue people are exhibiting themselves tree of charge. General John Pershlng was only commander in chief of the storming bU at so much storm, the jullibles have been astray oy the travels appearances ot others. Derapsey is 50 disgusted he Iheatens to join n circus or olse climb hack through the ropes and knock out un oppoiieul or two. SCHUPP LOOKS GOOD AND NOW McGRAW WANTS HIM BACK NEW YORK. Oct. there are reports indicating that Fcnlie Schupp will reium to the Giants neiL season and that an arrangement ob- tains between John McGraw and Branch nickey, niannger of Ihe St. l-oiils Cardinals, whereby Schupp will return Ic the New York club in time to go south, for spring, training next year. Schupp has given every evi- dence ol a. real comeback tho Cardinals. He has written friends' Hiuoug the members of the Giants (hat Ms arm is better, that every bJl of pain Is gone and thai expects (o aid the Now York club ia its fight A, B. F.. but he is attracting a hast for the new pennant next season. 'A. A. PREXY IS PIQUED Vtrttoa is Accucscd ot Discourtesy LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hoipltal Calif. 428, 369 Special HSIej en Couotrj Tripi SPENCE BROS, LtLhbrldflf, Alii. Favors Annual Scries, Providing Ver- Not W3n Pennanl Again Oct. i.os Uleltey, president of Ihe: American 1 association feels llic SL, Paul club, cbunipions or (he asROrialion. recently defiled by Vernon In the series for the western minor league chAiupJoiiEhlp, not accorded courteous Ireatnietit by Hie Vercon management, and lu u statement is- fued Iicre lonighL before hie tlepart- ibe-east. lie said: I return cast I will call a 'meeting of ilie American. cliih owners and recommend that a series of games between the Pacific Coast league pennant winners and the champions of my organization be played eacb fall. "There- will bo a proviso that H ihc cluh, Kcl. as own- er aud William Ksslck as manager, tlie Coast league Hag1, Uic scries Is off. "The St. Paul club, representing Ihc American association, vras not treated with (lie rospecl end courtesy due a ball loam that travelled miles to play a seric-s of 111 at kind." OTT AUTO LIVERY Sueclal Sen-Ice on Comurj- Trips. Phnnes 787 R'.ildenco 1210 RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS act your Next Retread Oon> By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTV Wo aro spcclallats ID Vulcun- I'zinj WrUers. Lethbridjt Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avbnuo 3o-jth PHONE'1664 Mr. an3 Mrs. J. Kevuell. Gall, celebralcil their go'den wedding. TOUT eyes on- Ihc- Sounds lite-golf, -but Balje Riitb, Bo; ton's leading manufacturer of home was speaking about baseball [Babe docsn'l do much balling otr Iho leld. He doesn'l believe In trying li core base hits v.-llh bis- chin; bu. every once In a while he can be per uaded to go to bat In the conversa- lonal league, anil when he does ho taocij a couple o( verbal home rung. Xalurallr 'at this lime tie all-lnv porlact question for Hutn lo an3wer a "What Is the secret o[ It was In reply tbat Hulh unhesltatJagly answered: "WTien a pitcher la preparing to de- Irer a ball lo guess Kbat he in- tends to throw, a curve or a fast continued 3utK, "bui Just because you have made up your mind he Is to throTr a curve do not be too sure of IL remember Ihe pitcher fi trying lo outguess Ihe halter. That Is part of a pitcher's Wortpn, .4. DuabarlOn Q. 'ftrk fi, Arra Unlled work. Once he releases the ball nerer lake your eyes oft II. If yon Aa you are rone. Watch ll all (he way. Watch 11. it lt-.Vu.Vi .and watch. It as you sUrt your sn-inf. Tlie batter ivho watches the ball only part, of the way In fllgbl lo Ihe plate seldom be- comes a gr.-ul hitler, for If tho Ditcher Is throwing a curve 11 seldom breaks until Jt is within a lew feet ot tha plate. H almost Impossible ID tell a thrown ball going to curve or not until tlie aclual hrcak occurs. For Ihls reason It Is neces- sary Jor B halter never to take his eye oir the hall. Veteran Teacher of Youth "When I i-aj n youngster just he- glnnlnc to plsy nny Xititl or real base j ball a Tctcrau player Impressed upon me the necessity of keeping my eye on the hall, and t have never forgot- ten It. It ha) become seconrl nature wild me, and i never Efcp to tho lilalc but ihttl Ihn warning 'Keep ycu: eye on Ihe does no' Hash {broligti my mlod. to keeping Us eye on the ball A tailor mull learn to hit wllh a (rce- srrlng. 7Je not hoM his elbows.tight his sides.. It Is llnnbsslblo lo gel free jwlng it hlB elbows are 'bound.' Dy this 1 do should bo out from lha body; bul the? must be given'all the freedom of action Hint Is no Shouldera .Into Swing "Hilling power Is generated In (ho These SIX Brands of Rubbers are made by the Largest Rubber Organization in Canada Every detail of the tapping the rubber trees and gathering the crude gum, to the finished under the supervision of experts. Any of the six brands shown above will give you long and satisfactory wear. Your dealer can get these reliable Rubbers, in styles, shapes and sizes td fit every shoe for men, women children, through Dominion Rubber System Branches in the leading cities throughout Canada. Always ask for Dominion Rubber System Products when buying-rubber footwear or anything in rubber. Character what bu.ltl Into every tire IhaL we retread or repair. Class quality and durability arc (lie objects o[ our highest en- deavor, The matter ot value- giving fis our chlet concern. Wo appreciate a man as much a a ivc do bis business. Our Ehoj) iJ OPP. ELLISON MILLS AUTO OWNERS We markq Slorra Curllics ivllli .glass I 'llEbti, and car- i Every Ihlnfl .for Ihc AUlo ;T opi THE LETH- BHIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT tin Elreot NOIL lo Herald OIIIcs G. T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical] Garage Used care tougliL and sold. General Repairing Corner 4'h Avenue and 3rd 8t j Roller Rink. Phone 1190 K-W, Service Station Sorvlco Station lor the famous "Magnetos.- All 'makes ot ecneraLora, colls ro- pnlred. Full Block o! repair parts rled. AU guaranteed.- l MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. GtB 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED nstore tho Ruth, bf ANDY JHE HAD1ATOR MAN 418 VHth SI. 8. WELDING Car Repairing FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES The lawford Welding COMPANY i ini Ave., opp. Lethbrldgc Hotel pnont 1344 ;