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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETMHtUUCiE HKtlALD WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMRF.R 3, UP FATHER" By ,G, McManus I'VE 3EEH TliiNKtNH-MXWV TO Only Points in Xai-! Application of Texas League for ional Balling Oass A Rating -.Has 23 Homers Dickcrson is Upheld month Ty Cobb is m no appar- Uahe" Ruth, the sensational slug LONDON. Beckett. British heavyweight champion, knocked out Eddie McGcorty, of Oshkosh. Wis.. In the 17th round or their .echeduleri bout t (he Olympic tonight. Nick All Stars ;ind j Spokane Team Tangle in iMonev Game OF 1C. ger with Boston, who is striving to v "break Lhe major le'agne'-liomc run rec- ord of ?o. cslabliEheJ by Burk Free- man oZ" the Washington NKtionel league in 1S39, has shattered the American league record, with 23. bas- four in his- last fix Barnes, "n has scored a total of iO niua in Xew rules Tor the drafting of play- ers Were announced bf Secretury John H- Farrcll. The drafting period will ruri'frooi October 1 to 10, inclusive. October 1, 2 and 3 rlaag AA clubs may draft one player from class A clubs Tor on October 5, 6, and 7 Class A mij dralL Irom class B, un lire lhe champions or [ha KEI1XIK, B. Sepi. Wil- lams' All-Stars, playing'lor Waldo, and (resh from a successful series in Calgary, linle difricuUy (IpienMng Wyrlirfe 7 lo 2 in a base- ball same iviicli was lhe chler feature of the Ijibor Day spoiling erenls here 'itiis afternoon. Gibson, of the Kegina Senalors. LVGU waj reccully by Cou Baseball League, i jnic Mack for h3s lllc Aihlelics. did and irestricted number, il ?lSCil and MdlF Collins, the Chicajo secoDri ou g 9 aDj JQ A may baseman, is pressing George Slsler or from c num- SL Louis for bODors m hue ber at and n from Sialer, with 26, B marfin j, al J350. AUSTRALIAN MERMAIDS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED PHlLADEDPinA, Aug. An- noiiTweinpnL was made here today that j Miss Fannie Duracfc and Mlna the AuatrHllan women swimtncrs, Jiave heen suspended by the mid At- lantic zaoociaiton of Ihe .A. A. U. be- cause o[ their refusal to compete in a ppeciallr arranged swimming meet lael nhrhl- QUAKERS RETAIN LEAD WIN'MPEG, Sept. droy ping the morninf Kame, 7 to 5, alter a bitter bailie, the Saskatoon Quak- er? rame strong in the afternoon and won a thrilling 14-lnning contest and retained their one game lead over the Maroona in the battle for the Western Canada baseball cham pionship. Wesiorn Canada They won this title1 nrhrn ibey defeat-' ed lhe Maroons htre indav, 10 lo everythms his own way iu lhe game which derided'lhe series., Ini'lorled some o[ the Pe5t their fifth win !u Winnipeg's Issuers of Spokane lor tne same, ihree -and IhousauJs ot dollars were wager- oil oil the result. Xiuk Williams, who is slated lo nuniKO lhe Calgary ITOJ. iti the Western Canada league next season, the receiving and all-round ayinE featured. :i; Nick Williams' IriLe made 12 hits, iiile Wycliltc made but sii off Gib j And Iherpby bans? a vrillen _________. I by Abe Kemp in ttin Spn'riesnian _, Review, bclorc the OTTAWA, Sepl. Sliamroi-k's "Trulh strainer LhEH'fiction. It viciory ovpr tbe Nationals yesterday any doub.s on (he subject places ihem in HIG- running for the tnjs. ;ru lj. U. cbampionsbip. Should they j ex- tTefeat Cornn-all next Saturrtay Laseuall feud between will be lied for Ibe ,arge companies iu ad- Standing of lhe clues: I joinins the Oils-Staples com- TeaDJ- I-OFt in M-yHiffe and the Ross-Saaka- toon company in Waldo. Naturally 11 businp.'s the enmity spreads "ito the rcsptclivc ball teams rgprc- 3isenting these companies to such an I cxleni ihat oyrti warfare was dflclar- Ii was no ill-concealed secret thai a slate of war existed and all rules 'and regulations governing combatants J and non comtalants were declared null and void, much alter the fashion of lhe lluna. It wns agreed that a ball came was lo be played nn Labor day al Fernie, a neutral city, anu was LIVERY We Meet Ail Trzlm. HojplUI Call.. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special HaU-s on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldgc, Boulton's Aulo Livery Country uiiyvvlicrp. any lime, arc our specially. Ollice 1206 Koute I098 and 1336 111 The Major Leagues NATIONAL Rrooklyn- Boston St. Louis ___ Phila'deluhia -1ST Goodwin's Fine Pitching PITTSIH-RG. Sept. held J'ittsburg to ilirec hits today, and Si. Ijiuis won. '1 to 1. SI. Louis................ '_' 7 I Goodwin and demons; Fender anii Schmidt. Clncy Bunched H1U ClIICAap, Sept. 2. bunched hits wich a base on balls in the first liming and scored three runs anii added anullier in lhe iliirtl, win- ning 1 to J. Cincinnati Chicago 7 n Fisher and Wing a; Carter. Hemim, Bailey and Kilk-ier. AMERICAN Deiroit N'cw York Si. Louta Philadelphia M 31 Athletics Doing Belter I'lllLVUELPH'A, Sept. Wing's triple wlili nvo an bases In ihc seventh won for tlic locals Washington loilay. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Written Cur.raotBe lor a Year and a Half -TVML- Kaw Dat- lerles. J. D. THOMPSON Phorn 1965 718 2rd 9. I 0 Kinney of grounds.) MOLLA GOT EVEN CtiDARIIUnST, X. Y.. .Miss Molla BJursiEdt, former nat-ona! woman term Is chAmyion, evened an oIO score by eliminating Miss aiarlon !wct Ground. of Boston, in (he semi- final of the invitation tournament of y Hunt flub lierc