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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE StX LETHBUIOC.K DARA' HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBRn 30, VBRINGING.UP FATHER" By G. McManus E-.WORLD OF jImmature Mermaids Who feat Older Swimmers Con- sidered Menace (o Sport 3. slime ball .artIn eilhcr the Americas Effort to Curb Freak Deliveries Will Be Holly DeLaled This Winter IT ho has ted or Nailonal league since ihe days of Kd. Walsh Russel Fotd. Nelchpi Johnston cor Gro ver Cleveland Aleiauder. tlie rre: pitchers of Ihc American and N'a'- _____ leasu" respectively, hsvc but natural piicaEsig 'and knowledge o[ the and strength ct bailers to depend on. The leadicg souibpairs ot the major c-agues, Jim Artie N'ehf, lube Benton, Dutch Leonard, Claude -As a. of Ihc remarkable aciiv- it3- manifested In all branches of ivn- itr spons by immature girts, ihc ad- visibility, of barrios ihcrn from coni- [ to a with vomen has During Winter to Former Owners It the present pinna do not iniscany.- tbe Si. I.ouls Cirdliials mnj bg sold lo two [ornier' e Yank Owners File Demand That It He is Gran led iho American winter league sus-jiums are said N'ETV YORK, Oct. Jacoli uppcrt and Col. T. L. Huestoii, cf the Xcw York League I noun cM las I tho tt1 nil EOTT lo nujsharo of the world's series receipts to d. acJ the question of cot allo-w-l inforcial way. v.ith all aciua) bar- 1 which the Yankee players aro rn titled e mermaids The winter is soinjr to tear much discussion of the ques- tion of curbing so-called freak pitching in (he major league. 11 Is possible that the agitation against .fvbine ball and even- tne mar reacb the point wbere tbera be an allampt made Ho legislate Ihese delirerles out or ihe game. Such unlikelj lo be successful 'at Lhls Ume. There too many clubs in witb star, harlera T7ho depend ..on freak deliveries to wlp for.lbBth lor -a majority or the club.qwners .lo pais rules against the smlter anil hiiaer That these pecnliar work to Ihe detrimeal of the batters U generally concedeiL Yet it is a fart that barrins there has not been a spit-ball pitcher Rulh, Freddie Schupp, and Waller Keuter. do iVilltama, Slim Bailee not use any artificial mcine lo fool tho batters. Not Paramount Tbe need of (he ami-spiibnjl and iLne ball therefore, ia cot paramount. It jtist happened iKai In Ihe -world series Eddie Clcolte, j to they have- baste IE reaclici lentailvelv. at lesst reachc-i the age of 14 come regarding ijrice, terms, lease? and for discussion at'Iho annual nieetingjso on. 3- ing r v-ith Ihs A. A- V. -pt aside until ?oir_e rorl of finicking ihlrrl In thrs .Miuricim c-I the i'OTeroing body iiext moalh. The piospccliTc of Ihc Much has been said In favor o! the Cardinals' property arc Colonel of the race would lie do national commission Ir.'medlatcly, The club owuers said thnl the per- manent injunction issued Saturday, of whether they Trin or lose proposed rule. Many young women Hedges and James Me A Leer, Hedges I restraining President Johnson, of the derate proflcEcuey enjoy iho was formerly ;lbc owner of tha SL I American League, from enforcing his suficlenily lo follow ft. [rre- Louis while McAlc-er for a' suspension ruling against Pitcher Carl "Maya, "definitely clears the ques- tion raised bv1 the Detroit club's chal- lenge ot .Vew York's right to ihlrd place." sptcTiTL- oi wnemer tnej TTIH or lose time -ras manager or Hedge? teams. and are well sat'sHed if tbey can land JIcAleer was later owner ol the Bos- au occasional prize in n handicap ton Red Syr. disposing bis hold- ..._. i jnf_ !n to Jo-eph a event. Ba; they feel liiimiUatcd n aere child liuls them in public, anil few years ago, -Mc-lleer, since_____ H feft- have known lo drop racing i ihe Boston club, has been retired, sltoseiher simply because-they hare j The talk about Jlodgss and-Mo-, suffered defeat time and again at IhcI.Ucer getting back into the major bauds of tiny stirs still shy or .their; league was circulated ai Cincinnati that New York took third place by us- ing Maya, who then under a sus- pension not enforced because of a temporary restraining order, lias the world jswlc.i monor due to New Yorfc players to bo ac- cording lo Col. Uueston. May's Case Sequel CINXTIXNATI, Olilo, Oct. tive lo a protest D5eJ u'y tlio Detroit American League clnb the payment, of third place prize 'money of the i world aeries championship baseball series to _ Iho Xetv York the national baseball has withhold ilic money- The coratnhslon said by holding tho money until the courts handed .1 decision ID the dispute. It would not j be In conflict with the namerous re- straining orders that have bctu issued either against n. Johnston, tlent of the Amdrlcan League, 01 DoLroiL club. The situation arose from the con- lirepl- tlie This challccge, based on (he over Pitcher Carl Mays' rase. of the SOT, rmd Hod Eller. Thir, :l I? urfred, rniliUles against Ihe Reds, were bolh shlpe ball pitrh- e'rs. This stirred up ilie agltai'-oa that slill persists and is apt to hold during ihe first iwn games of world's EericF. McAleer admitted tho through Ihe winter. Wild Hill Donovan, liiiou .1 number ol but great of the Yankees and htmselt but pitcher In his day, does the abolishment ol EpHball or the thine ball, but Wild Dill has a scheme of regulating the pitchers that Is worthy, of attention and would undoubtedly result In moro bluing. If put into effect. Bill lhat the ifiad-up of ItchfeTs be barred. He would hare be hurlers pitch at all times from he positions they assume irhen run- nera are on the bases. This would work undue hardstrlp ilie beu interests. oT the sport, not Unite of iho report, bat he added that only liecauFe it drives out the compe-Jhe bad not made up Ills mind defi- nitely as lo be wanted t9 re-[ tarn to Ihe gsme. Hedge is said "he subject, ileel lobby of the Slnlon hotel, tlie Cornier Brown owner was enthusiasilc. The because sane of Ihc latter be, former man-] and hare been, candidates excel- on the pitcher. Bai it would elveljn npen anri EqUEi contest, but it Is the baiters a little Ofetler break than' argued OD the other baud that the hey now receive. 1 good o( the majority of the upo'rt aV Donovao's proposed change is should b? considered, drastic, but it sensible and easy of pnr tho re5t, (he advocated rule [EASTERN HATS "ere A PS AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING- OVERLAID SALES P.M.McKINNON HEAR UNJUN BANK BUY VICTORY BONDS Ho further bnck tlinn a long-distance 5ivimmor rated am'ODg the leaders entered a cham- pionship race and lost to a 12-yoaroM who had Ecored in screral title She has not been seen in com- petition since. And there are ctticr fnslEtice.i of actual Ftars who have withdrawn from racing rather than risk bcin.; outdone by ihe youngsters. Ol course. It may seem unfair to de- prive thtf lltile ones of laurel? and rophles Ihey are capable of earning to opened j .McAlcer In ih SL IJJIJLS siluallon discussed A. Kane, 1.5........... n LI. Kniylhc, r.f.. 2iul half D amonp olher tilings, 'dad finally. Hed- i ges asked McAleer to go 50-oO with him In the deal. 'Speaking of the matter later, Iledgea decln'red: could lake the SI. Louis Rational club and put it over ID good chape, 1 am sure. I want McAleer with me. He has one of the best baseball minds in the country today and with sonic life tho. .Cardinals can be made a winner. 1 may have some- thing lo announce bjelore the -n-lnler enforcement. It should be seriously and 'ig [sr more perlimeni to tha pitchlns (juestton lhan at mlei 10 abolish the and eblno tho MANGIN NOT GOlNQ itould work no hardship on the immature lasolefr. Events Tor laem will undoubtedly featurtd at all meets, tor they are p.lwaya a great allracllon and a strong drawing card with, aquatic lana, and the prominent women who are chiefly responsible for the movement on foot, includ'ng The National league would no Closely Contested Games Arc Featured by Some Rough Play Those were certainly, tiro hoi ses- sions of basketball pulled oft at the last night, and it is too bad the .storm prevented the public from ven- turing out to witness them. The Bolshlcs and MonnrcliE went doubt YTelcomc .McAleer and Hedges, [on, tho floor Ilrat ind the way aa they are boih experienced base- j hopped to it would make n rugbr ball men n of unquestionable standing. J mitoh loot like a ladles' rowing ron- Ion5 association with the- I.' They weren't '.oufib at ill, nL American league would help tbem Ell. for a little massaging of your to solve many problems, and a opponent's face [9 all In the. same. change of cimers, R Is conceded, I but the standing 'In tlic league ta close Knne. Second game, ShHmrocks vs. Stars; Shamrocks F.n. PI.n.PlB Harvey, cealro II. Hurdyi r.f., Isc half. J, Scott, l.f............ Totals Stars McKillop, centre 3 nidpath, r.f............ 4 Snow, 1-6- 2 Westley, r 0 Grccu, It.............. 3 Totals 13 Young. F.H. FJ.B. n "B i-u i oncers of tbe .New York Worn- PAJIIS, Oct. R plail to pi-OInote Tctnpa Eava todar ihatln and na. of difference ID TfewB, Gen. Mangln ,ional for Itiem. will not proceed lo Coarland aa chief! would work no Injuri' to tho a zzme counts fpr a lot. ihc, Hickcy Sduad after a Hing at the co- IK-JJ went after Hut old (nflatecl blnd- opyralivc plp.u. ivhtch has so far ncr with a vengeanco samctiniCo fziled lo co-operate to any great scranibied up like n broofl IcDl. Tlicro was a rumor that Mc-jpvp3- .VJeer would purchase an Internal in i man Automobile Owners! Why Chances of Freezing Your Radiators, When North Poie Rnti-Freeze IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED Under the Severest That We Have In thli Country. Guaranteed Not To Contain Calcium Chloride or Silicate of Soda. No Shaking, No Stirring Required. Remain) In Solution for All .Time Boiling Point of North Pole Anti-Freeze Fe ExlremeTy HFQn, Coniequently the- Minimum Evaporation. GIVE A NEW RADIATOR TO AW ONE PROVlMG THAT NORTH-POUE ANTI- FREEZE HAS, IN ANY WAY> HORT E.iA, Shariiiatt Company DISTBdiOrORS.FOR'-ALBERTA -i" 123J 2nd AVE..S, OFFICE PHONt 1173, RESIDENCE 520 LETHaRIOCE, BUY VICTORY BONDS aa a national amendment, but. lhat, U fa contended wnu.'d r.ot be. jur( lo (lie local girls. New York the best John McGrnw, after he tinally con Junior contestants In the country, and' vtaeeil himself that nio oM Giants Ucrs or olhcr scctifns ate allowed to them. CHICAGO. Oct. When rises lo tho helghls In r when he Is champion tlic world, or llial part of It which follows boi- places him on tbo pedestal of popular esteem. When thai eanio champion Is dethroned, when .the In evltaulo defeat overtakes him, thoao Eamo followers of tho glore sport turn Ihelr allegiance lo Iho new champion. .The "man who 'Is replace] uis cmchfd Veterans looked hlg acors anil liad Hie earao on forgotten, I good enough lo stick for further trial, ice tefore the whistle The I Wednesday allcrnobn an eren dozen number of baskets. Stars Take Second The second game, buLwecn the it -would be unfair to bar them done, made pretty good progress (Shamrocks and Htara, wss very nalional championships if Ihe young- toward rebuilding for Ihc future In citing, too, and nt Ilia end of Ihe flrel the last monll or so of the sea-'half they Kr.rc tied ten polnl.i son. Several of the youngstera who leach. In Ihe ncil half the piled Over His Grave in Commemora- tion ol His Death on Oct. 22 Lust Year LIVERY We All TrtlH. Koiiltll CillJ. Phones: Rates on Country Trlpd SPENCE.BROS. LcthtrltJgt, Altl. BUY VICTORY BONDS On AUTO LIVERY Special Serrlce on Countrjr Trips. Phonti 737 Reildence 1ZIO BUY BONOS RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrrid Don! By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKKN BEADS OUfl SPECIALTY We are epeclallsts la Vulcan- izing Waders. LcHibridjt Vulciniiiiig Worts 712 Third AvJnl'e Soirth PHONE 1864 BUY VICTORY BONDS Character what va build Into ever? tfre that or repair. ClBbs qualltj- and durablllly an the objects of our hlgbeal en- dearor. Tlie metier or valurs glvlog IB our chief CODCOIH. AVe appreciate P. man as- much as do his ousliiCEa. Ritchie's Vulcanizing OPPOSITE ELLI30N MILLS GUY VICTORY BONDS AUTO OWNERS We mftrkc Storm Cnrtalns with I lights, and radiator COT- urs. Everyihing Tor the Auto TCCI THE LtTH-' BRIDGE AUTOf TOP fJEPOT Glh Street Next lo Herald Office G. T. BLUNT. PROP. BONDS There Is, lor Instance, Arnold Statz, Hhamcocks. however, hail some hard teems deslmcd to remain wilhjluck Bhoot'ng, wlille the Stars made ALFRED SHRUBB IS OXFORD COACH', LOXDOX, Oct. lias Glanls for surne years to come, fsomo wonderJ'ul shots. au extraordinary auriiriac lo expert- state has not had any m'nor Icaguoj Frlsh KOHD anrt Irwin were enccci alhlolcs lo Alfred experience, and as it lift doea ;the big men for the Shamrocks. Irish, champion of Iha world. They were the famous long distance not need Tho youuRSlerg came to pfaytd a fine game and! there lo do honor to Iho memory ol runner, has been appointed a'Jilctic; the from Jloly Cross in June [garnered six flcltl bnakctJ. the onco great man. who died two coach 10 the Oxford University 1DM l.f.......... d fisher nr Iho Koo Kxpress. ,hc crvrdfnals. i bora ID 1355 nt OnL. _ -lic rrorn osWteili, Totali a (i 0 K PH. II 10 o o i COLLAR Clarll, Praleila 6 Co. ol CanaJi, UJ. d-W, Service Station Service- Station for Iht famous K-W Magcetos. All mikes of magnetos, generators, colls re. .paired. Full stock of repair car- rlcd. All work cuaranlcevl. MAQNETB RECHARQCD The Roy Elecfric Co. 518 4th Avenuo South PHONE 733 BUY VICTORY BONDS WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS TOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Itie Lawford.Welding COMPANY 2nd opp. Ltthbrldge Hotel Phln< BUY VICTORY BONDS HAVE, YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before Iho Hmb, tr ANDY THE RADIATOR' MAN 4ii nrth si. a. BUY VICTORY The Mechanical Garage Died can ind ion, General Repairing Corner 4th Ave-nut ind 3rd 'at, Ceiy Roller Pfione 1190 BUV VICTORY BONOS I 'Couhl V. .Mscohl dl Collerc, llallan jkmtmilador lo lha L'nllfil slater since 1013, died In the emer- gency hoap'tal a( Wnahlngton n3 ho wan nhout lo underfo- Kti opcr- atfou ;