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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBllIDGE D.VHA HERALD SliPTKMlUW 5, 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus LIVERY We Meet All Trains. HoiplUI Calls. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Hales on Country Trips SPENCE BROS, Lcthbrldgr. Alia. poulton's Auto Livery Country TTips anywhere, ally time, arc our specially. Phonts: Ofllce t206 House.......... 109S 1336 Reds Rank With The Greatest! v- v O BASKETBALL PRACTICE There wil! be a basketball priclice ai ihc "Y" at and everyone intending to Mt'lHCIN'K HAT. Alia.. Sept. For the first lime m n number of years thr irades unions lit this dly Oid noi participate In any Labor Hay i-elcbralion. and tbe s-nortiriK event of the day was the double-bill between pljy basketball this season is v 1 CarJeton and the Monan-hs TO br- on dock. A goo.l -1- 1 number tunic il out lor vrat- Ichamiilon i'a! Cincinnati rliir. which npv i-. raT-'prful cluicl1 on .lie league peauint for TYIII nink one of Lhe National or.ibitoiicn.i or Uui Lou On riie basis of comparative fifur.1.-, Cincinnati lias played tntier tin.- than IQD Inruous Braves ul 1514 or the Giants dt 1917. Tho Reds nrc juit now gal- iaiiing along Tvilh a percentage of mure N'ot in leu years has K club on the older circuit attain- ed iiHh a hish season's percentage. The last club lo reach tbe mirk was the Pitisburg Piraies of whose average was .124. In 1507' Prank Chance's fatuous Cubs iron (he pen- liSjt with an of .704. It would no? be surprising to baseball men if Monufs Cincinnati cluh this year hit n season s average second only Tc made br Chance's gresi Cub combination or which lin- the season with an average of .763. jHuai bo remembered that tho ;trc enough young players The t'lau carry Ihc older ones with ihcir -enthusiasm. Kurle N'oalo is 2T. Kddie Ronsti is '-S Jimmy Ring i? 24. Bili Kepi is 27. Hod Eller is 25. Itcjther is Heinle Groh is 2D and Ivy WIRED is the ?ame. These play- lice on T lira day ana if any nc-v a (oanCiioiv is tueir clfjiicc. o -V wisest mannRcr kno-.vs uhere io the tiron word or sympathy to the tall player who arc firej wjili Hie spirit and the discouraged. For many years it enthusiasm for the game which us- noiiularly supposed that the ually a liltlc lukewarm when a i.egree type of haspbalt boss was the player -its over tho toiriv mark, kind to run ball players, but in the Jake Dauber L. miied up with a lot of rua IL 35 the huraau, kindly ly youngEters. Is playing the best oC his career simply because he has imbibed the spirit of the youngsters. Baseball is a young man's game. The plight of the Giants this seaon is ample proof a club o[ veterans cannot sland up against the drive of a combination ol younger nicn. Ciocinnati Ibo pennant because the club is best in every de- partment ol the game. It Ij best in batting and pilclring, and these are the most Important assets for ;i pen- Tor the amateur baseball cf Alberta, tOiicb was i vaLiipsspd by large The open- j cr developed in lo a duet i between Bcflzer. of oiid .j I O'Neill, or Medicine Hat. which Ihe locals won by 4 to 3. Tho ECi-or.d game ulni wenl to the Moaarc-hs. 1MO. Tho visilora' count- 'onp liit Fandvrichcil in. Tbe Hatters scored one run In the iourlh. litth. tixtU and seventh. secured five hits and tho Moniirchs nine. and O'Neill each siruck oul In The Major Leagues Cincinnati Xeiv- York Chicago Pillsburg Brooklyn Boston St. Louis Philadelphia WAUUnAL lilt Vork Louis a Braves I .47D 7C S7 UOSTO.V, Sept. held IMtlLADEI.PHI.V in the pinches today. IJos- jtlclphta nncl WtisliiugLon Uruke cvoii en ton wiantng 4 to I. R. II. K. (today's double header and on Hie f.'hitago club_o( Ihal season played a Inanl winner. In fielding Cincinnati schedule, of games, >liile M6ran has .been a. grtat sarpriBe because is laakin'g1 hi? "recoM Ihis year when the season slarled the infield schedule'- ol 'lH. [f Jon paper looVed Blmply like on ordi' the CineirinaU club played., Ihe full 15i games the Rcda wouhl rome prclty: close to'ranking as one o( the baseball combinations in the his- torr ol the National One ot the outstanding players on Moran's club ij lleinio Groh, whose billing, fieldine, ami base this season have been Hltle loss than scosat tonal. Grob. has developed sieadily until he is now perhaps the hsai third baseman in the gaicc. His Ibis season, has Enggesled cpra- parisoas Lo Ihc work or Arlhur Devlin of llie Giants and Collins or Uostcn- lie has UCCD among the league's 'ire hltlnrs ofr and on reason. of Youngsters Evident Aside from the good pitching1, the lieavy hitlins and team work which have L-rousht the .Cincinnati club to -the front this season, there nlso an- other reason Tor the club's r? liad one error liko Mornn pets Ihe best fcsulls. I The Moran won the pennant in Phila- up and the locals three. The conleat rlolpMa in 1915 with a aver- nge of The ciub he i? Mndling ibis ia so much better thai ihcre is liltte chance for comparison. In that year cv Moran had a combination of misfits, yet he had Uie ability to develop a smooth, harmoniously working ball club. Moran'a best work this year has been accomplished on his pitching staff, Ho developed no pitching slar. In Alexander Moran a lesson, done most of Ihe pitehins ivas played in one hour ar.d a quarter- In'the second game Lone o: Cartlston were driven to the sheds Beazcr taking the at ine open- ing of Ihe last half OL Ihe i Philadelphia I S lloston Smilh and TraErcEtor; Scoli actl owdy, Giants One YOnK. Sept. ctensc collapsed in the eighth inning icrs today and New York won the first ;amc of Iho 5 to 1. n. H. E. Brooklyn 1 2 Xcw York........... y 0 1 Mammnux and Miller; Den ton aud Snyder, Gonzales. PiraLci in Tcntli PITTSBUIIC, Sept. won from Chicago today by a score of 4 to 3 in 10 J On the other and Trout irere in trouble most of IJie time, and finally, in Ihe siilh, O'Neill was sent in to stem the tide, holding" the visit- ors lo a pair of bits and no runs. With the acorc 10 lo 10 at Ibc end of the fjfib, another pitchers duel developed, but In, the seventh O'Neil narily good infield. Rath anil Kopt liare played much faster ball than ___________________________ _____f any "one has siren them credit for. his" pitchers, Ellcr. lleuthor. Up to the time when Moran look saiiee. Fisher and Ring have all been far the club'duriug the season his own game by scoring livo when the' world's series -come along! men on a wallop to lefi. he was all tire-l ouL. Morav. Lhls This Game hours. on has the irork evenly Ihem" In hand D either player ever'ei- cited much coraiaent around the base- ball clrruiis. But'tbcy have [illeJ in admirably with Lhe of Groh at third anil Daubert aL first The con- fidence of Ihe old Brooklyn player, irhirh tad become shot lo pieces at Ebhets Kield. retained after he bad caught the fighting enthusiasm which Moran injected into his players. Moran Keeps Up the Spirits There was one time early in the season when Daubert thought thai he never tould get nis hitting abiltty back. He was so discouraged thai ho was OH the "verge pi (jultliDg. This 15 where the smooth, oily words of Moraii came In. There are a number of managera can play role of bos? around tbe ball field, but the Information for Auto Travellers Some Places lq Stay and to Gel Supplies for Your Auto. The Hotel Fernie Wm. Mansser The Commercial Man's Home f5.e-0 and Up per Daj. Fernie. British Columbia nooina Wilh Bath la Connection. Seven First-Class Sample Hot Cold and Televlonc ID Every Room. King Edward Holel Plncher Creek. Alia. Dus Meek'- All 7ralns. Steam Healed Tliraughcul, Special Attention Given lo Cocv mcrcial and Transient Trade. I D. B. Siple, Prop. King Edward Hotel Auto Bus and Baggagu Auto Livery in Connexion. Fandly Cars !o Lak? Chai. M. Collins, Prop. PINCHER CREEK MEDICINE HAT Follow tic Hed Trail from Lelh- Blue Trail from Cal- gary, the Black Trail from MOB- air k-ad to the only otliclal hotel In Ihe HOTEL CECIL Ret law Motor Company Servic- Station for Dodge, Over- land Cars, and Traffic Trucks. Accessories, Gas, Oils and BiUerier Hepalrcd and Recharge Prompt Scn'icc. Dar, Nlgbl and Filling Station Service in Barons f'rco Air and Waler. Best Lrnoa of Olla and AccflBSories. Expert Tire Service HANSEN'S AUTO FILLING STATION, 8AHON3 Phene 47 '.On the Corner" OIL AND ACCESSORIES .Mobile Oils, Polarine, Gasoline. Dominion and Olher door] Tirea. Prompt Satisfactory Service at Ail Times. MILK RIVER HARDWARE CO. F, J. Coales, Proprietor Milk Rivsr, Alta. ALTAMONT GARAGE Unttcrr Service, Vufcanlzinx. nition anrl General I to pa Irs, Kcrvita (o Tourisla at Ihc line. Road Mapi ot Montana. General Information Cusloms Office, next door. Stoit In anfl sec us. Get ervDUgl. Alborla air lo speed you on your way. Roberts and Baker, Proprietors COUTTfl, ALQEIHTA pitching great ball because they have taken regular tunis aad none of them has been overworked, i-jach-of; these pitr-hers liaa won more than ten games tins season, and Eller leads the staff wiih seventeen victories. None of Ihc Cincinnati pitchers has lost more lhan five eamts with the exception of Eller, has lost sefen. Ring. Ileuther and Sallec lia'vQ only four games each. Pitching Work Evened Up U is Ihis even distribution of tlip pitching duties which has brought all the Red pitchers through the season in such good shape. There have L'een no sore arm a or cases of overwork among the Cincinnati Hinders. They hara worked alike and havo all ob- tained about the same results. Thin is eiceplional In a pennant, winning club. there Is oue ouUland- ug figure among the pitchers. ..Moran has one o( the best catchers In baseball in Ivy Win go. ]le has never before had the opportunity to real ability ns he has had this season, and baseball expect! iDgs from him in the'world's sryries. is a skillful catcher and. in fiEdition. scored one in the Fscond, three in the Lbird. tvro .in the fourth, and four in Lhe firth. The garnered one in the fifth, five in the second, one in the third, one in tho fourth, two. in Ihe fifth and two Jn Ihe serenlh. Tbe teams will play another double header in Cardston. probably on Fri day. and a fifth game if necessary in that (own. The winners will play with Lhe wJnnf-rs of the Edmonton Calgary series lor" the cnampiouship. ChicaEO a Piibbure............. -J Bailey. Martin and Daley; Cooper. Adams and Schmidt. (Only thrno games E. i 0 Lee, PACIFIC COAST scries. Johnson held the 2 lorals to four liits and won 'lie first S to Awhile Xaylor held Wash- safe in Ihc set-onil game anrt tlio locals won. 0 TO 3. If. K. 11 2 G 0 Johnson and Aguuw, Sccoiid V.'a shin s ton......... riiiladr-lphm........ Uarjier and Uhurrity; McAvoy. Leonard Invincible DETROIT, was invincible at critical moments today, while Del roll made two ol its four hits count arid look advantage ol bases on winning '2 to 0. n. n. E. SI. Louis............. 0 -5 1 Delroit........'....... -1 I Maple and Leonard and Ainsmith. (Other teams not Portland Sacramento First Seattle Oakland Seconri Seattle Oakland Los Angeles.......... Salt Lake San Francisco Vcrnon......, GOLF The Golf Huh 'committee announce a two ball foursome competition, en- try lee of ?-S cents per player, to be usej for. first and second prizes, half the total handicap of the players will be the handicap the pair, eighteen holes, entries lo be made by Monday evening next. Phone your entry at once lo J. is in charge of Ll S. Kirkliom who competition, al- ready th? following pairs hare enter' cd.. Dr. Craig and McKillop, A. Mara anrl W. Crawford, 11. W. i and J. S. This kind of a compel i Lion has not p HI is Kind or a competition has not baseball brMns and is a valuable aid h'een hc buL ia onc in to pitchers. Moran lhat.no ratch- lhere is derived "'much fun besides cr in Hie game Knows fbo better than Wlngo, The catcher has been Ihe manager's right hand all season and the ITO of them have displayed valuable baseball in .vzinx up the the opposllion shifting the a Hack (o meet con- ditions. Moran hasn't any pet system of offense. He lines Iho bit anil run or the sacrifice as he Ihlnks the oc- casion dcmanrts. CANOE MARATHON WINNERS MONTRKAU Sept. has evidently been some (onfuelon In the esuli rci'ortcr] of the U'ley Hern marathon. It (s officially an- icunccd by Messrs. (i. (J, V.I'.Klnson, of the C. f. A., and J. "M. lardincr. ono ol the trustees, the four in r u 'wnrc as folloivfl; Tresl- Oor. Ilidean Club, Ottawa, flrat: Gin- lorne, fJdinhurgh, second; flidcati Club, ihlrd; Davidson. Lachlnc, fourth. S iiin and R, If. K. U 12 2 Nnylor and EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A V.'riUcn Cuirnr.lce for 1 Pear ami a Hall .wltli flair Uat. leries. J. c. THOMPSON Phon; 1965 718 3rd Aye. 3. BENDER STAGES COMEBACK u s PAT OF Cinnntiid Punctww TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND AVENUE .OPPOSITE FIRE HALL" games. Get a parl- nop and enter, every one bas an equal chance through the handicapping that prevails. There will be no dragging allcmeil. as that has been Lhe death ol tornpe'ilioua this year. negardtng thrtrlp lo Medicine Hal the -a-fcek end of Sept. 13lh is tlie dale, thfs Is official, ihero wag an impres- sion that Ihe trip was to be made Ihis week, but abnvo is (he correct date. it is hoperl many will avail Lhera- selves (jf this opportunity of visiting ur slitcr c-lub, it will pare Ihc way or many similar contents in the fut- ure. Phone Ihfj secretary It you can RO, them ali come, the more Ihc belter. Information from Ottawa inrlir.ilua UIH.L the dvil Korvic-d anUnril.ic.s liarf approved of Ilm o[ II. Humbly jiosimasinr at the sub- post oflkc Io lie rjpcucd in EaslYl Itcgina. ff ff if LEONARD Sept. llenny Leonard, world's tight- weight champion, won a paper dcr.lslon ornr Soltllor Uarlflcldp weUQrwofgh'b, In a hlx-round houl In the phia National LeaBue bascbalt park this afternoon. It was a rough Ijout thcro was HC- tlon from Hie to Iho Furnishes Except Tonal Case Among Athletes in Joining Reds Chief- Charley Flcndcr, the famous irilchcr ot Connie Mack's Athletics in Llicir palmy days, ts about to stage a big1 labile comeback re-hen he Joins the, Cincinnati Reels at (he close of his season with Lbe Richmond club, and, in lliat connection, it i: hc will be the only redskin In tlic his- tory of sport lo make a comeback in that manner. From .Ihe day ol Sochalexls on, the Indian who has 'once hit the toboggan has remained on Ihe slide until he has disappeared from the trena nl together, ft Is said that Ihlr is true of redsltlns who have gaincij success as prizefighlerB and Jockeys as well ai In baseball. There hag been few Indians in the roped arena and never one of them who lias remained the game nfler having been knocked out a couple of times. It is recorded of Jimmy Morgan, onc of the teal known of Indian Jockeys, that when hc once started, lo recede hc never slopped. Indian boxer named Clay Turner has been having consid- erable success of laic, but his ability lo stand Indefinitely Ihe amount of punishment that a while boxer able ID assimilate has not been thorough- ly tested. Tho traditional courage 21 a endurance of Ihc Indian do not nr.ccssarily follnw btm when lie cs- the ways ot fnc white man. Jlnghamplun......... Toronto.......... iQchcster Buffalo.............. First N'ewark............ leading............ Second game Newark............. Reading IJalLimore........... Jersey City......... INTERNATIONAL RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Next Retread Done By US- SECTIONAL AND BROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc si.i'cialLsls In Vulcan- iziny Wnders. LdhbiiJgc Vnlcaoizing Works 712 Third Avr.nue Soijlh PHONE 1664 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing OppcsUe Ellison Mllli KING AND QUEEN OF BELGIANS COMINO OCT. 1 WASHINGTON, Sept. T..- King Al: berL and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium arrive hi TVaahlngLon about Oct. 1 and will be the giusts of Ilic pros- and Mrs. Wilson at Lliu Wlillo probably remaining Ihrcc days. L ROO3A TRANSFER Furniture and Baggage or All Kinds. We sell Wood, C.O.D. Baggage Day and Night Service to all parls of the City. Oirice, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1839 'GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Lid. 2nd Avr, opp, Hoiol Phone Auto Top Depot j K you need your Aulo Top t rc-covcreJ or repalrerJ, and up- liolstcrlne doae. come and THE LETHBRIPGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th SLreel s, Neil lo Uevald G. T. BLUNT. PROP. ff f. f. tt. r. J. ff f. ONLY ONE RUTH nillli. Iho lointTiiu monarch of IHc Uostou is Iho hardest hlltcr that crcr flc Ihn dlaniontl. Is the opinion o[ Chirk- Cririlth. Griffith said this ning that Dctchanly, TJan Hroulhcra and all Ihc.ysL of tho old l hitlers would have lo Bland asltle make way for a man who never hncw an equal In culllnp at a ftmelsll. ,lnd Griffith ear.l Ilial tho Kamc 'fill he playcrf for many ;i ooii bcTorc tlic equal of the Boston ayer Is tounfl. "Tlicy can Inlk ot their slugBCrs In n days and nil of aald GrIKllIi In a Rcncral fanning bee, "huL (hey never had a "Dabe" Ruth. Freeman'? record was made- In a park where ono could kick the tall ow the (emv. The fields of lo aro blgfcr and hcltcr than Ilio old onen. say, K that lilg mauler playing In tho old'lota he would ijiwo bad IK t-s Vv U GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Juit Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE I'lenly oE Jtoom, Modern ('onvenlciicca, Treat men I, Expert Mccrinnlcfl. A Full Line of Accessories LADIES'REST ROOM .Aulo to Ihe Glacier Parka Always Ai Your HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED The Mechanical Garage U60'l General Repairing Corner Avenue and 3rd St, Cosy Roller Ulnk. Phone 1190 Service Station Sefrlco StAtlon tor (ho lamoja Magncioa. J'ull slock ol Mnjnetos o( all inahrrK rcpatrotf, MAONETS RECHAROtO The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 73J ;