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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETIIBnroGE DAfT.Y IfKRALD TrimSDAY SEPTEMBER 23. 191 UP FATHER" By G. McManus LIVERY W> Meet All Trjini. Clllf. 1142, 428, Special Rates oil Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbridgc, Alti. 'i Unry WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1JM Night Phones ISM and tMf The Sport Page Babe Ruth, If He Shortens Up His Swing, May Game's Greatest CALGARY WON EDMONTON. Seyt- 25, I'lTTSUUHK. 1'a.. Sej.i. the large-rarporaLUms in iht PiUslmn; .r affected Ijy ttiv sieel work- ers' walkout ironlii.uert to give out Lwern iho Calgary Hustlers anil the Edmonton Veterans 1 Lerc the Calgary _____ __ v team earns the right to meet .Medicine Hat in the fiuals for ha will r.ot be trying Lo fcnocK j provincial UOSTON, Sepl. Babe Hath has sutisfird himscll wltfi ing up a record lor home runs wh ich and 'aivitv i never will be touched, he will hecorae! ol thc of nny ollier bailor a .400 hitter, lie will just tueel ihe Ihe garni is likely lo develop. Harry I ball and will bat them lu lell field j Hooper agrees with nie that it Balie as well aa Ty So declared sborecns up and is. content w jusljfT Ed. Barrow, manager of the Red Sox'meet the ball he will develop into one the-other night. And iht'j iie'con-lof the greatest he Is j ''lie wants( jtq establish a lhe o! all game record'of 30'or 35 tonidrGnsaud when lias ertr Iiad. 'i "lie lias done that he will start "There's1 no' question IE' cur niiziil .jf-bisc hits wiri us! bulr that nabe Vfll lie V-.W batter-- even more pLQie. than his home runs, In another year. He has Uie because he'll many.jiiore the very powerful wrists, .arins.-; hits than, 'home "-TIIPS. For a i shoulders and back. Then, top.. of j lie has the eye and confidence" I "HI Elate right here that il we had' score was Calgary 4. Ed- -I- Here He Is .ICO-BaU'er. you remember-how he sliorl- encd up on his swing early and to lelf contliiued Barroir. "That" be- we were getting after, liim to io IniL veryjlhing. He Kas not get- ._ 'ting' many run's.' but te was kHtioE fhe ball well aud helping 115 a sUrlei to "eel the home '.riins, time-he weril lo bat the short right field in. jJpstpiiLlhat L. they have'Jn Delroil. C'-sv'efand.'an'd Si." IjJuTs'thaf woulcl make over, j <0, honi.e ran5 this year. You: see-ihose home ruti< recorrts ougKl lo" ue figurfld''bu itaijis ot the different ball, parks. just because watle his record in one ol the longest-right tield'ynrks in wanted to knock.the ball ithe country toy deserrfcs nU the'niore s a home run. A. Shades of H.A- Mac XEW YORK, Sept. miracle accom: plishcj yesterday at the For- est lliJIs Held club io New when George Stewart and Fred Sltppmyer Haired (he 18th holc'jn one. .Stewart teed. df{ an Iron; for-the hcle. Ho yards away, and watched his ball IrlcTtle the Slepp- rayer stepped up.a'nd drove ot( .when his IjHll rtropptd on the Erecn and a .short HIT, Ihe back of the cap and fell Into tne hole Tor one. -a- HAL SERVICE sport. The objection was to rripf on of Ihe, business ol belliJig and .-gaming-. It :5hcmld not be permit- led any more would be allowed in a; common feet- ling house. lie contended Uia'I the] to Iho criminal corle In 1910, which" legalized .racetrack-, ibet.-! llnu was procured by self-seekiuff I mcu for sordid purposes and rjot in: the interest of horse .breedlug dr j public. Commissioner rtuthcrlord -expressed I rep-ci that his appoiQlment did nol concerned. He PAT MOHAN Pal was born m Filcnbiirg. Mass., years He started his base- career as a (S97T with r i unit irareer as a caicner in isiu. willl pressed doubt as lo whelber the gov- the Lyons club of Ihe New York Slalu a man whn from there lo Montreal arrl ILen-lo Lhe Boston'Braves. In 1HQ6 he was traded to the Cubs. II was when Johnny Kllug warf in his prime so Pal ilidnV do much of anything but warm the old oaken bench, but, crcn in those days Inside baseball nion gave liim'mdsl of the credit, for (developing Ibe staff of the great Cub tor CirielonT jJdge "McDDiTffaVrof la tactician never Moil and ol'HA We hc 'Senator Belcouri, president of toe Connaiujbt Park Jockey club, said his organization -bad give fn purses in five years. In that time the shareholders, 193 in number, had rc- ceiVed la dividends. The in- come, (rbm: the pari-jmituel machines was the chief source of revenue. testimony- that there no increase in crime In the-'district during Lhe period of race meetings. .The will sit In Mont- real on Thursday. WALTER HAGEN THE over ;bc Monri was'never a wqntterful bal lie''was a good thrower biiL never could bit.- He came lo tbe Phil ties in 1510, Eoing- fr6pi .calcbcf to covh