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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGRSDt THE LETHUninOE DAHiY HURA.LD TCKSDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1'Jl'J BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus TO HIT-! roa r The Sport Page WORLD'S SERIES DOPE Pat Moran Claims He Has Best Pitching Staff That Ever Faced A.L. Champs And Believes Reds Are Much Stronger in Every Way Than His Phillies of Four Years Ago. Editorial SCHOOL SPORTS -Schools hnvc at long last diteoveivJ thai in education it is as absurJ lo ig- uorc a child's hpdy as it would bp to ignore Ins mi nil. It does not look like a difficult discovery out it took pain- fully Ions to make it, so its nllaiit- The doping of the world's sftVics Is already a pastime" with the funs. Whether Moran can guide his CLn- rhinitis through ibe opposition of the Chicago Sox as raiub.y as he did through l bo National league is not for Moi-iu lo His comment is Ihtit hts team will play as agaiust ChU-rigo as ihey did ah sea- son. It is modest ami not boasitul anyway. Boston Can't Lcte The Boston Hod Sox under lour different leaders, have won all five series in which they took parl, while school was fell to eilsl not prtma stir'catcher. Dill v.-aaj greatest of all baseball managers. on (he hospital list, aod Eddie Bonia! May Cill on Sallee to.Pitch Opener did tfork hahind ihe bat- Alo adder, managed'to wln.pne game, but the ;0iljer_ Philadelphia boimen fell The Reds, hare no Alei'imdev.'t 13 thinks Lhftt'Kqd El- ler beii Ihe'at jeast oncer and 'maybe Twice If IB 'prbfofLged.jfrjie_new Mlnele. Maa Moran still refuses lo disclose his jrtans for the world's series, but H is generally in Cincinnati that he will call on Slim Sallee to face the White Sax In the opener. s Ic a TrioP hlrrf ,-nnl fir. In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Cleveland Xeir York Detroit Won. S7 .pTi Tlostou St. r.ouls.......... 64 Washington S3 Philadelphia 36 I-Oil. IS 51 ss 59 C7 71 SI .3S7 No American League games sche- duled today. HELP LOWER CLASSES TO MEET THE H. C. L. SLMliA, Sepl. legislative council has passed a. reso lutioti appointing a mixed commission lo suggest remedies and mitigate the hardships of the lower classes owing to high prices. NATIONAL Cincinnati New York t'hlrago Plllsburor 70 Ilrook'yu llcislon nt SI. Louis Til 1'liiladelphi.v 4; I.OSt. 34 .51? .155 St. LeuiB Beats Cubs ST. LOUIS. Sept. wild- ness, coupled wltli limely bltline. enabled Hi. Louis to score enough runs lo defeat Chicago in MLC firs! game of tlio series toilay, 3 la 3. Chicago 12 1 St. 5 10 U liailey, Carter anil O'farrell; Doak and demons. tOnly one game scheduled.) DM bird, cool under l and io splendid form. He pitched the GiiDla Ihe VVbily Soi and I Cicotte in Ihe first game of ihe 19IT attention. The school nurse and Ihe ine great pitching of Xick Altrock school doctor arc in tbe position, to ziad ,ln 1917 Clarence Hive unostentatious public service Juai. Holland's earn defeated the where and when it is most needed. Giants in [qiir ganYes out of sis. supplying valuable positive. guidance in ihe inculcation of Bound hygienic habits, and saving many little folk of dereciis'c htariug or vision and from the sapping of neglected teeth, ade- Sas'bcilen.'Y to-tual were against him. vhere- onsils and so .on. L should., s Connie 'Mack of (be Athletics Is the only major league raan-iger who ever has TVOH .three world's championships, but be lost two ween. Chance and McGraw Frank Chance of the Chicago Cubs ranks Mack and Bill stage ls important to prore and McQuillan. .sure that Reuther and Sallee. his star left banders, will cfc Ihe Chicago hitlers, and that i[ Phenomenal 5hlae Sallee came bacX in the filth game and again suffered defeat, S to 5, but bad plays by. Robertson and Zimmer- man were directly responsible for ihe series lasts nine games he n-111 be man were- directly re able 'to' use Fisher, and. Bins, with run-. _The eiperftnce earned food reaulii Hat Stronger Team Thin In addlLioo lo his pitching slaFJ. i insists that his team is strong- er In CTETJ way than the -pennant- s-inning Phillies of tour years ago. The records tor 1915 shon- that Moran had one balsman In the .500 Lvdeius, who averaged .3J5. Cra-j Talh and Whitled ended ths season with .265 and .251 reEpecllTely. (he.oilier members of the team Sallee; In .these- games should "enable him to oblEia more successful results, inxamiich as now he probably knows much .about the weak- points of saved healthy children heMlhy 05 ii 13 lo protecL and restore the. weak. Physical culture must no longer be allowed lo lake a second place to any other subject on tne course ot studies. It i.s generally agreed, however, that, in (.ho physical culture of children tie best results are nol obtained IhroMgb formal drilla and uniform exercises, but through Joyous garats combining deacon's II Sallee. ihQiild. skilled supervision witii spontaneity. avray the first game, there-jwhcn poor liltle Pip in "Great Ei- fore, 11 is come right back with Hcuther, who one ol the best southpaws Uiat Moran would pestaiions" was commanded to play iln the game. EUer, however, Is tbe Reds' ace and ML ,uV Old Pal lbe ldst comparat'vely weak with the slide mcnt to plt him aEainsl Cicoltc. F.l- :The ncds, on" Ihe contrary, hare ler's Bnine bill delivery has beaten Koush, Groh, DaiiborL and Ralb, who Glaols, irho are by no means ara prat-class hitters, with in slick work. It's also harely nnil Mapee nol Possible InaL the new -Miracle- Man lo bo dceplscd. jTV'" alttrnate right and left harriers ___IMubert, iDfuiciI with n-T m- the .Idea ol kceplnE tlia Whlln a fretler first' baiieaan thin on seat. 'Lurterua in 3915. Ralh Is a more Gleaion'a Plans Arranserf able second, baseman than Nienolf, According to Chicago baseball crit wnlle Grob, Hie best third baseman In the National League, is far ahead ;o( Milton Stock. Kopf and Bancroft !prc in the game class at short field, ;wHh Roush, tbe RedB' slar outfielder, in stronger balsmao than either i.WhUted or Cratalh. Neale In right 'field Is faslcr than CraTBlh erer was. iRedt Are Playing Up-to-Dati Having .a faster than Phlllloi, Moran has taught the how io play up-ta-data baaebitl. Tbe Clnclnnall men have learned lhein-lcn .thc tnird ot the aeries. Kid Glcason of the White 3ox, who apparently cannot lose -the American League pennant. already has decided on a. plan of ac- lion for the world's series with the Cincinnati Heds. proridiog the Na- tional Commission arrange a nine CleaEtm Jnlends Lo allernals his star pltcbers, Eddie C'colle and Claude Williams in the first four s5 .lllc Sox. win two off Ihe real, 'in thai cise Kerr will principle a of run making. drllEed them patleillj EO thai Clcotte and Williams each can IUDUi y.Lic.iij (Ja3ri tetore workfcg in the perfecLlBE methodi of attack and respeclirely, Jf the iaTft placed them Ihe top of 1helaerlea 'asl3 lhlt Ion6- 'heap. -They can pUj- the sacrlflcel ln where optimism the hit and rnn. game, tjie 'ana helleve that the White m, aso 'the unexpected" by outguessing the r fl'r oljl first fire games and that the sixth combat will decide Ihe championship. The Windy. City men refuse lo Hsten lo the argument tbat Fat Moran oall club and a sterling quality. he found thai he could Dot do it. Tlie like that of That Is why his a .first-class pitching aUlf of Ask adealerto rfiow you AutoStrop Razor. Yoa'rc Dot obligfe to there's no obligation to keep an AotoStrop Rarer if, cfter miner it doesn't They bare aeen the White Sox maul the heal hurlcra In Ihe American BO frequently ol that they will nol believe the Heda' hoimen can slop Oleason's heavy balsmun. Chi- cago critics are Inclined to helitllc the Reds' baiting strength, assuming that the pitching In the National I tit 2 year hag not measured up to thai In President Johnson's well-equipped clr- quality of playfulness mercy "is not strained." the old-fashioned Swedish drills lend' cd to he such an jnlolerable hare. Drill sergeant methods are generally out of place in the physical training ot children. A better plan is to make free-hearted sports the, Lasis.. Here trio child and the adiill nuiy find com- mon Bnri the Hcednl super" vision inaj- come in Iho normal of cooperalfon. TljaL is where lies-'n great part of the value of. such exercises as tJclh- _; School Field Day, for which the lioys and ol Hie city have, been so eagerly preparing under thci'guid- ance of their teachers and of public- spirited members of the IxHhbridgfc Amateur Athletic AssocialloiL This aaeociatlon devarvcs thc llianks of Ine whole citizen body for Ih'c gener- ous aid and encouragement it haa given lo sport In thc school, In under taking gtneral for Wed- nesday's big meet a I-the fair grounds. But this la BomethtnE thai con- cerns not merely the teachers and Ihoaft active in athletic, circles. The1 schools are the people's The children are the people's children. It is the business of ever? parent and of erery friend of childhood to be pres- ent If possible al the annual field day at all evenls, to show tho children and llielr teachers the nubile appre- ciation of anything that will .make for healthier, happier and therefore more efficient schools and for Iho encouragement, of clean sport, Keep Wednesday afternoon clear and derate It to having a go oil lime with the boys ami girls. ture 1907 as ttie oilly leaders to cap- 'o1'' championships Chicago While Sox two and Teg Ball Expert Picks White Sox To Win From Reds WINNIPEG. Eepl. 22. A. C.I Duncan, left- field Browne, l known fail, who jllouscb, centre C has picked the winner in every world's Kppf. Ehorlstoit scries for the past Lcn years, favors J firoti, third base Ihe TVniie Sos lo capture this year's, IlBth, second base struggle. "Here is how he figures kj Dauuert, rirsl base (dye you I Vmigo, first catcher tabloid form Rcirldcn, second catcher LeaL Ihe 1306. McGraw and [iis Xew York Giants won the Lille" from Connie Mack's Athletics in 1905, '-but he never before or since earned --the championship, though in the world's series five times in all. Ifctroit is all "Thai 'saved Vhe Nation- league from being In world's series. Hugoie's Tigers re' licked by their National league in IU07, 1DOS nnd 39DD. Detroit winning only four games in the three series. the reason, why the ChicaEo White! fieutlicr. first. Soi will dcftal the Cincinnati Reds In i Kller. second pitcher lue 1319 struggle for the world's base-1 Sallee third pitcher HUTCHINSON BEAT BARNES- 1SLBEP, X. Y., Sept. llnlcliinsoii scUle'd old scores hy de- feating Jim and pro- fesaional colfers' association cham- pion, in a 35-libfe malch over two courses here yesterday. IfutchlnBon won hy two Oiie.lo play and also returned the IS-hblo ECOTC al the St. George'.? links in tbe afternoon, while Ilarnca had the card In Ihe morning over "the Wtslbrook Oolf Club'j links, ench making a 77. Si. PAUL WINS A. A. PENNANT cull. Tbe way Clcolte and Wlillams [rimmed llie enemy teams In the American League (his jtcason Is ground lime, for the belief ID Chicago thnl they i Nationals 5 Holds of Nine With Only Seven 'to Pliy- ST. I'AUU Sept; Paul to- day iron Ihe American vVsgocIallon pennant, it TTS'S .announced tonight by Manager Mrhc Kclley of Ihe Saints. With a lead on Kansas City, and the Illlucs having nTnc gamts left to play, SU Paul could osc its remaining games and still win, Kelly declared. With llic exccjiilon of one day In (he middle of Augual, ivhcn Indianapolis was ahead, Rl. Paul has occupied Hrsl place in thc association race slnct the Ural few weeks of the season wltii a leal varying from half a game to five until the close of Its last road trip when they turned eight games ahead. CY SEYMOUR DEAD NKW Y011K, Sepl. James Bent- ley Seymour, known na ''Cy'r Seymour, when a malor league O'.iKicldcr. died al his home here Saturday night, II was learned today. Seymour, who was tl years old. had III for Whlh! with tho Cincinnati Seymour led the league In ._ ______ will find the np.da Just as eniy wlien balling in 1M3 Tvllh and when re- Ihe big games begin on October I. Cl- T'Urctiaaed by the New York Nation- collo to date has won twenty-eight a's. ivhero he started bis major league eame.3 and lost seven and still Is go- 1 "rccr, the purchase price of ing at a wonderful clip. Ife has dc- feale'd the Clevelands five llini's ami von four games from the Htd vras regarded an the largest baseball cash deal up to that lime. ball championship. Cincinnati National League Players Neale, right Held.......... Pis. Old Country Football Scores OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL Glisgsw Cup Semi-finale GLASGOW, Sent. Celtic and Patrick Thiailcs won their way to the finals of the Glasgow cup, dc- fejiTtne; Queen's Park and Third t.aii- ark respectively. In Iho Ecmi-Iinnlr, on Saturday.- Celtic tlefcalcd Queens Park by the score of 3 goals lo 1, and Patrick Thistles held Third Lanark scoreless while scoring two ?oal3 ItIIllJU Ring, fourlh pitcher Fisher fiftli pitcher Luque, a'.xth pitcher sub. outfield Flressler. sub. outfield Schrleber, sub tofield" Moran. manager Team batting Team fielding THE TWO 6ALL FOUHSOME .Muir anil Thompson are already In- o the fours. The following" gamts ihoulrl he playcrt nt once: Skellh and Held vs. Mara and Crawford; Shep- herd and Itcid VB. Hume and Dawson; Mcnzle and Klrhham TE. Carberry and Drlckcr. As Ihe. evenlnei are'shorl now, ft Is suggested that nine hole: a night be played If no other Is possible. and play "your game and let ua have one competition go through with- out dying of Hie ague. four from tho Tigers, four Ironi Tlgcra, three each from the lied Sox he four from the and Senators, two each four from the Brow.ii and three from r rrom Yankees and Athletics and H.aahlnvtAnl aiiet t, _ uji sustained seVen defeats, Iwo by the Red .Sox, two by Clevflarila, and one.eacli by (he Tftnkfes, and the Browni. Wllllftnu, on. Ihe..oilier hand, has "four from the ,1 five Irom the Rrowns, He'has lost nine games, four (o Ihe Clevclands, two to tho Mackmcn, and one cacli to the Tigers, Yankees nnd Drowns. Against the four eastern loams 01- cotte ami WIHIanBs (ogclluT have and loal APPLY FOR CONCILIATION BOARD TOHOMO, acpl. Canadian I'rchi Ilua learned Indirectly thai Its telegraphers have the de- partment ol labor for a Ijoaril of con- ciliation.- The committee represent- ing1 the telegraph era met the general manager yesterday and had an ap- pointment for another.rneelfng at this afternoon, but failed (0 put In an appearance. Up lo this hour no offlu- fal nollco application for a conciliation Ijo'ard hA9 been In thc course'of Ihe conference of Mil daj-M arbitration hM been su'rtesfod lo" the commit- Jusl as English Soccer Reiultt I.OXDO.V, Sept jre the results' of EChedulcd English tMt- ball games played yesterday on tbc grounds of tlie first-named clubs: Flrit Division Arscnnl Eunilcrland 2. Aslon Villa 1. Uolton Wanderers 6, .Manchester City 2. Bradford City 3, Derby County 1. bumley 3, Illscllrarn Rovers 1. Everlon West IJroinwich 'Albion D. Maiichcstor United 5, Preston North End 1. Newcastle United 3, Chelsea 0. Nolls County 3, day 1. Oldham Athletic 2, Uradford 2. Sheffield United 3. Mlddlcsboro Second Division Uarrisley 2, Notls Forest 2, Blackpool 3, Sloke I. Coventry I. Ulrmlngham 3. l-'ulnam 5, Fosse 0. Iludilersdeld Town 3, Urlmsby Town (I. Hull City 1. Leeds Cily I. Lincoln City 1. Bristol City 6. South Shields C, Tottenham IJol spur Z. Stockport County 1. Dury I. West Ham United 3, Flotlierham County I. Southern League Brighton 3, Hrlstol Rovers I. Crystal Palace 3, Norwich County 1 Cardiff City a, (illllngham 0. Kxcter City 2, Swansea Town 1. Northampton I, flrcnlionl I. Northern Rugby Games Sept. Nor thcrh Union rugby garacs played ycs- Urasy on (he grounds of the (Irtl- nameii'elubs resulted as Kochdale 6, ,Vrrow 3. Hall Kingston Hovers 2, Bailey t. If di IS, Br.irnly p. Bradford Northern Salford 0. Droughton Rung-era 31, Kelghley d. York 3, lludderiflold 17. Wlgaii 6, Hull II. Halifax 3, llunslel 0. T-cIgh 0, Wldnea ip. Wnkellehl 5. Olilham 1. Wnrlnglon 1, Rl; KclciiH 2. Don'sbury 17, Swlntco 3. P V. '0 0 0 Total Chicago American League Players. I.lcbold, right field...... Jackson, left field.......... centre field.......... Hlsbcrg, Flmrlslop.......... Weaver, third base.......... Collins, second base........ flanuil, first base............ Srhalk, first catcher........ second catcher Urolle, first pllcber....... Wllllams.'sccond Ksber, third pitcher.....'. ___ Kerr, fourth pltchnr James, flffh pitcher......... sixth pitcher...... Murphy, sub. oillfield....., John Collins, sub. outfield...... McMnllen. sub: infield........ Kid Gleason, manager....... Ttam baiting............. Team fielding, Experience Pis. 1 1 0 1 1 14 0 0 H 'A Total "The White Sor, will win.the first out of eight games, and therefore win the highest honors in organized baseball for.1919 Paste this In your hat and see how tills prediction works out." HEADS WON FOR CINCINNATI REDS CINCINNATI, Sept. 23. bouls Comiskoy. son of Charles Comlskcy, of the Chicago While Sox, losaed the coin for the choice of the opening game. August Herrmann Bcleclcd heads and heads came.' 'Business representatives selected by the com- mission were- 1-esJIo Constance, of PitUbnrg, who will represent Iho National league, and VVm. llarridgc, of Chicago, who will represent the American league. Welding Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Ihe lawfort Welding .COMPANY 2nd Ave., Lethbridgc Hottl fhorn 1944 LIVERY We Meet All Trilnt. Heapltal Calls. Phoaw: Special Hates on Country Trip: SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldjt, Alia. Beokoa't Ante Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phent............. 1J-.M Night Phones 1336 ind 1002 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Betore (be Roth, kr ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Gu A Written Guarantee for ft Year End a Halt .with Ktw leries. J. 0. THOMPSON Phnn; H86 7U Zri Ave. 8. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrrad By SECTIONAL AND HROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc Vulcm- Jzingr Waders. LetttriJit Wwis 712 Thlri Avnnut South PHONE. 1W4 Character we bulli] into every lire that we reiread. or repafr. nnalilr ahd 'darabilUy ire, Ihe objects of our" highest en- deavor. The mailer-of value- girlng U our chief concern. We appreciate a mm as much as we do Ms business. Our shop ia OPP. ELLISON MILLS L. RQPSA TRANSFER Furniture ind of All Klndi. We Mil' Biggage ind Nlfht to all of the Crty. Office, 922 2nd Avt. S, Phone 1M) AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get your celluloid llgots In and curtains repaired before Ibe cold weather. THE LETH- BRIOCE AUTO TOP DEPOT Sib Street Next lo Herald. G. T. ILUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage rjstrt cars bought and toll. General Rcpairinc Corntr 4th Aventia tut trd tt. Ctitf Rolltr RlnK.' Pktne 1191 K-W, Service StitHi Service Station for Ihe famm K-W Jlagnetos, All makes of inagnAloi, eeneratftri, colls re- paired. Kull stock of repifr car-' rled. All work i MAGNETS RECHAReiD TW Rn Ekctrie 4th PHOMt 7M ;