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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta sne LtTTMBrUDGE DAIUY 24, 1910 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us The Sport Page Skating and Hockey Rink Seems Assured Just holt) your Don't excited! Letnbridflt 7s going lo 3 killing rfnk this v.inlcr. -The t.. A. A. A. hp.s decided Ihrfs what It wss crgsnired for, and the executive is busy Figur- ing if ouL Thd plan is for cpfn- air rinK south c-f the Curling rink, where A nice Isvel space is obUlFwbls, The L. A. A. A. has nsmed a special to bring in a report next Monday night on the 6f lumber, cost of contraction, cost pf bind tnrec nights and expcnKi of the rink, and if the total hlfih there will be a rink whert-Svery6ne city may disport during Ihe winler. If the promoters could be as sure cf having, tee wealhsr as they arc cf having a rink they would be happy. With a rink practically aisured the puck chaserE are perking up their ears. Corp. Reber saya the Veterans will have one team, and likely two of city league calibre. The: Barkers are ftll set for the fray, and -a team from the busi- ness houses fn the city would makeiup the fourth. Theft" will be a school league, and it li likely each school will have a rfnk. A Southern Alberta league of Lethbrfdfle, Tiber, Mjclead and Plncher Cretk Is ilto tald to be In the.offing. BASEBALL PENNANT WINNERS FOR 1919 WKoV Who on White Sox Roster 'William" Gl-sson, Soi :-lias .heeu in-major league huebali ior over tie was N. J., 'Vrid'b'tgaLn-.oid baseball 'caree'r aClSse at WllllaiispbrL Pa" '_ a niember of the .fain- Orioles and ihe old St. In. those days he was ColliiU a College Graduate Eddie Calllni, captain, was horn in Millerion, N. Y.i May 1SS7. .HcTbe- Kift Kis while n student at Columbia CFniversity, from which he" Is a graduate. ILis llrst j-esr'in .'the -prefessional game- was 190J. when played for the Athletics, L. remaining until 1915, when he was .-.Tllckcr- The greater part ol his by Comlstov for J50.0W. .career K a player was as base- ]Io has'play-J in the .world's Eeries man tor the Philadelphia Nationals, Mliin it.5 lall, 1906. is married lid lives then Ko? I Clcijon .lelptr. -When t.'allahan was he began J1012. lie joined the Lo? Angeles leaJn.Wiccaroe a While Soi In 1917 and played shortstop a greater pan or lie ana1 throws right 6. (Ml lall, weighs 170 married, and lives la San McMulHn From the Cgait Fred McMullin, utility latlfl.der. was born ID ScamiriDn, Kan., OclMfl, 1691, beganbaseball In 1312 at Seattle, Soz.von the irorM.E championship. In ISis'Cle'ason -n'it again out of Hie EASTERN CAPS l ihere's one fire the fireman looks for- to it's when he first base- n in SI. Paul, Minn'., .lan. hegan profesaional base- Shrevepojl. La. In 1910 onl by the Wfcitc Sox, minors, coming following jear with where he made pood. Later IIR Via traded to Cleveland a Del ihen to Clricigo in H'17. He bits i _ handed. Is G (i. 1 Inch In .weighs 192 pouflds, and Is married, "Weaver Here Since 191? George (Buck) Weaver, third base- man, waa'born at Stowc, Pa., Aug. lS: and began playing ball at Xorlb IfilO, going Lo San 1311, wliere he distin- as a shortstop. In 1912 jhc-joineci Sox and earned u regular place, lie either rlgliL handed. Wearer Inches In height, weighs lives in Riiberg, shortstop Sad Francisco. Oct. 13, Club v Naiienal League Cincinnati American League ChiCHgo American Association Southern W3 right handed. Is feet 1 inches, and weighs 162 pounds. Joe Je'nkinf, catcher, born Oct. 12 1891, at SbelbyvfUe, Tenn., began base ball in 1913 in and Daler wen at Houston- He became a member of Ibe Sox In 1017. and was lu France as a soldier In 1913, and rejoined the.Soz last spring. He bats and throws right handed. Is 5 feet 10'inches, weighs 175. pounds, and single. Sox Acs Eddie Clcotte, Ditcher.-horn troit, June 19. U34. heg.m tils hafebaH career ;n 120; al Sault Sle. Marie. Mich. He ihen went to the Western League and Ihen to Dostoii In the American Ix-ague, from Uoaton he was obtained bj the SVIiIte Sox [n 1011. lie Hope To SeiUe Fcnniml Today lo Series Seats Sold Sept. the opening date of the wgrld's serifs set and scats lor the three games at the Chicago Amer- ican League park sold, the While Sox today were out to take-the single game needed from SI. Louis lo validate arrangements- Eddie Clcotte, White pltcn- irtg has been specially groomed to secure a victory to- day and thus cinch the pennant. Of their five, remaining gamer, Chicago needs but a single game. Pinning their hopes on a victory today, White Sox partiuni were anxFout for DtlroU (o beat Cleve- land Louis defeat the leaders. In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Won. Mgo S7 Cleveland S3 V'ork......... 74 Dclrolt ............73 Uostou 65 St. Louis........... Cl M In W03 with the Cardinals. He lias also pitched for the Cubs, Cleveland, and Dclroll, He Is r, -feet I inches, weighs 133 pounila. Is married and resides at Odin, John J. Sullivart, born May 31, ISfifi, in Chicago, lie li a left handed pitch- er nnd batter, v.tfm professionally In Wichita' In This Is his first year with [he sol and Ilia flrtl In the majors, lie IF 5 fftcl inches, v.-clghj J7s pounds.' Is married and Wilrlam H, James, Ijorn III Detroit, Jan. 20 ISSS. lie pitches rlahl handed and bats left handed. He first played with .lackson, of the .Michigan Slate league In I'.MQ. TliU' la eighth year In the majors, llo has pitched for Ix.urs, Dclroll and: Hoi- ton, all of the-American league, lie joined lho White .Hox In-mM-season, He Is r. rctt m tnftitt, weighs 210 nnundV ].f 'ind 'llTes al Aiin Artor, yich. garnc [mil although lacTdn; experience moat of.thoni do now. I llilntt It Is ftuiJ not n srcal ulttcr, ho player lair a wondcrrnl club bcr.auso 11 haa beat- ball, i en one of Ilio flnosl teams llio Nation- Pitchers Helped nl league has ever known In the Glints 'Torlunately my jillchers worked ot 1D10. well from the start. You know I have rlvvays had good luck with pltchtrn.' HalLcc. came hack In fine shape flcutjicr dorelonccl, And Fisher, l.ttqlic, Kllcr and lung showed championship ahlllly. "After wo Iftok the lead away from [lie Olnnls.-.McOrniv's men kept pfng at our heels nil the way. So In Aueuzl. lacking an outfielder of. ex- Iierlonc.e to play In left, I fried lo huy a gooi] minor leaguer. NV'c paid for Sec, of the International Icaguo. got fat Ijuncan from lho Southern AssocfAELon. "1 (jnlckly saw that Sou had not the experience to step In and play regularly at once. So 1 (rlcd out Dun- can. He made good and Is In there playing now. "The Olanfs have fought 113 ill tiro way. U is only In trie Itil week or so thai 1 have fell thai lhe jicnninl was "People were slow to give crii (of hating treat'ball cllib, I think! Welding Car Repairing AGENTS FOB GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Die COMPANY- Ave., off. Modi LIVERY We Meel All Triirw. Speclil Rites on Counbr SPENCE BROS. AIU. Lmry WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1206 Night Phomi 1331 and 1 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Botcre Ito Jlllsli, to ANDY THC RADIATOR MAN 411 Fifth EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF lATTERJCS CHARGED AND RfPAIRED All Work A Guarmlco Tor a Tear lod. Hall -Tito Niw BlL- lerles. J. D. THOMPSON Phon; HS6 lit Ave. RETREAD INC DONE BY CXPCBTI Gel your RctirX Don> By UL SECTIONAL AND 1HOKF.N BEADS OUR SPCC1ALTY arc specLalljts ia Vulcan- izing Waders. 712 Third Avcni PHONE 1M4 Character -whit we build Into tJro' tbit we' retread or repair, Cltsi quality and durabllU? mre [he objects of oar bight si eu- iloaTor. The of value- Eivinf ia our chief, concern. We appreclalo -mtn. aa much as we do his bdilness. Our shop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS LROQSA TRANSFER W Furniture ind iaffige of: All Kln4i.-Wi Mil C.O.D. Baggage Day and Night toryjM all partt Office, 922 2nd.Avi, S. Phone 1IH AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get your ccVulold licit! In a.nil curtains repaired tbe TKE LETH- BRIME AUTO TO? DEPOT 6lh Street Nett lo HeraM G, T, iLUNT, The Mechanical Garage Used cars taught aad nil. Gneral Corner 4th Avenue >nd Srtf tt, Rink. HMC HM SenriK Ititln Service Station foi the Famova K-W Magncloa. All ol tnngnetoi, gcncratorg, colli palrcd. Full stock of rcimlr parts car- Tied. All work guaranteed. MACNETt RECHAMCO TV Electric te II) 4th ___. PHOMC ;