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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTMBniDGB DAILY HERALD ONIUY SEPTEMBER 'fli 1910 UP FATHER LIVERY 1142, 428, 369 Special lilies on Trips SPENCE BROS. Lcthbrldflt, Bouhon'j Auto Livery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phoni 1205 Night Phones ..1334 ind The Sport Page Pat Moran's Reds Will Have Inspiration That Fans Want Them to Win of Fans Over Contin- ent Have Sentimental Interest in Reds But on Paper Glea- son's Sox Look Ali-to the 1 Merry. Only x few hours more and Ihsj-'ll te fct it .hammer and longs ID the great baseball derby. The first game of the World's Series tates place Wed- at Cincinnati commencing at two o'clock. ire "a Icilmes of the twries this year different from (he ITTwt conleEls of the past. In the first It Is Ihe firat lime tbe Cin- rlBBEtJ Red? bare erer participated __ the modern baseball classic. And then there'is the netr Tenture'in a nine-. Kama aeries, replacing the series Thfch has always been 'played. "In 'addition the teams are coming together after a shorter scaton iban-asuAJ. onlr Ijo names having been played Ihe major schedules this, year as agaJnsl the usual 155. The that the big series is being staged, a weelc ahead of the t usual lime, and -probably better TV ill be provided aa a re soil. have, published a Cot of dope ii nast couple of weeks nbout the Uie two teams. But It has Jasl been'dope. No ons can tell tlli the deciding game Is played whether Kid Gleasou'5 Sox with .Ibelrsuperlor slicking and series'eiptrience behind Ihe brilliant.elab work of ClcoUo and Williams, "will be-able to turn'back the fast-going and confident Reds, who are Ihe biggest Xalional Leagao 1 ot many a year. Certain it is that the Reds bare the treat majority 'o! the fans all over the continent pulling for (hem to win, and If that's any insplr battling even more brilliancy. tbm (hey were required to display during the season to beat John' Craw's talent. HoVever, as until Ihe'games are actually played, therii Is'nothing', to base judgment, on but -.the- pre series dope _wa append herewith a 'conllnu atlon of. the same. Wily "Kid" Gleaaon, the White Soi mm bas nothing to learn about base sncc; nevertheless, they to beat loran's wonders yet. Fallacy ot Dope Tlie old fallacy of doping the ability if catcher against catcher, inflelder ixainsl inficlder, is too evident 10 be rorth bothering in'tb. U isn't so long ago Ibat a famous lopester tip: re i out his wonderful 'zone" idea lhal figured to Ihe inch what balls ry player.could get The um result was the Athletics, whose zones were not lo be compared with i of the Cubs, (liyed the hido off ORGANIZE BASKETBALL LEAGUE TONIGHT There will fie n. meeting of the basketball club tonight at S o'clock sharp for the purpose of a city league. AU Interested in the game or any who to get on a team rhould attend. A .s .j sumo that CicoUe aril will hook up. although it is possible, and even probable, that Moran may switch tte deal, realizing thai such an ar- rangement would pit his ace against that of tbe While Sox, and Ih echo's best is'better than his own. For that rrcason Moran may elect to lake a chance with EHer. and bring on Bailee and Reuther against weaker Soi heavers. hem. Anyway, the Dope Tee dopestere figure tnst Cincinnall s the better it t second, bird, left, right and catching. According 10 IhR lateaL aTallahle Chicago has made 19 -'more runs than the KedE -Chicago 573; Cincinnati 553. In he mailer o! hits the Soi lead ivflh 1.221 to a dif- ference, of. 73. In hasss fs Tlrtually evea up, 150 to 145 in favor of lhc 'Fleldinj Consilient The pitchers of both teams rely more irpoa ibeir support than do 'upon' their to keep oppos- ing batters from hitting the ball. The pitchers hare confidence in the play- ers behind thoui, and thai sort of con- fidence ia every pitcher needs X Pitching Marki The pitchers on tteir work this season done as. follows, accord- ing to available figures: Cincinnati u Pitcher Bailee Luque Reuther Fisher ___ Eller Hlr.g Pitcher. Cicolte Williams Ker. Faher James Lovvdermilk Won. Los I. p. C. 10 ".76E 18 10 _ Chicago Won, Lost. IS U S 5 Infield Figures .55G P.C .SCO .719 .032 fa 3; .500 o make bitn great. the consistently clever Welding hai rarely bslrayert them. 'In, playing'stylet there is a great similarity. Both managers play [or one run, using the sacrifice and nit and run. Signals from Ihe bench are not Jrerinent, each player having been drilled 50 soundly In the tame that he I Weaver ia expected lo know what to do and have the ability lo do It. As a resnll r.eilher learn Jias been guilty ol many all season. WKfi 70 per cent of any ball the importance of thai branch la apparent. Moran Is o, form- and Gleason a graduate pitcher before he went to second. Neither has'a great pitching staff. Moron, no doubt, will depend chiefly upon Sallee, Reuther and F.Her, with Hay Fisher and Jlrnmy Ring in Ihe roles. 'Cleason will call upon Cicollc, ani ICerr to ball, ajid he gathered his knowledge In shoulder most of the nurllng burdeo, TfJih Urban Faber aa his best bel, This arrangement fives each man- ager two reliable Tight and left hand- en to call upon. The edge held by RedE IE concedTed merely because Moran nas a strongor .supporting cast than has 0 lea son, and, since the" series this year calls tor nine the relief pitchers demand more Ihan pass- Ing attention. Fisher and Ring "represent moro In the school of dlimond He baa not had tbe ouL-elandJng r-barrlog other psnnant- wionfnc teams have had, but he Is a wise old owl in choosing the rlgbl man to pilch at the right time. SOX CSFT Clout Unlike Tielder Jones' famous Itillesi champions of years ago. this giiie of Sox can till and hit hard and consist- Four'-Iiave ;been' well 'over .the .500 list all'season, and1 three ottiera ate over ,27u. Aa a team they have The llgnresjattained" by are; (First Basej G. AH. It. H. SB. PC tCin.) 121 513 75 HO U ,273 Gandil (Soil. 103 410 T.2 121 13 .295 (Second Base.) G. AB. H, H. SB. PC Rath 75 J37 17 .2So Collins 132 500 81 159 22 .32 (Third Base.) 1 a (AD. H. II. SR. PC Groh 120 -HO 79 .SO' ISos) 135 541 159 22 .23 (Short G. -Afl. H. H. SB. PC KopI 131 4SQ 61 132 18 .26 Hisbers (Soi) 111 393 -15 96 18 .25 (The Outfield) In the lett field Magce and-Uunca for Cinlcnnati have hit combined .22 as against Liebold's .236 (or Chicago Jn centre Ilousch'for Cincinnati ha hit .332 lo .274 for Felsch. ot Chicago and in right N'eale for Moran'a lo nas batted .242 against Jackson's (The Catchers) 0. -AH. U. H. SB. PC Ilariden 73 212 J6 45 4 ,21 Win go 75 241 30 3 .2 S chalk 12G 334 'IOC 8 .27 Lynn 24 60 4 11 0 .22 hit .283. Thai that nrgumtnL They can hil and Ihey can tleid; ave speed and they have ciper- MAP.ANVILLE' HURT M OF SERIES >'ew Red Player is Idol of Cin- cinnati ;i Hoosier Lad (By Eipert.) f'lXCIXXATI. Sept. end ot he world cannot be far off. This is e only way 1 can account for it, for guy namrd P.il Duncan Is the Idol f Cincinnati. It is all rfclK for Cln- liiuali (o have idols named Heinle Edward lloysch. Jacob Daubert r the "Ilassenfclfer but Pat fail me. Pat Moran. of rours'p, has introtluc- A the came of Pal into select Cln- innati circles, but Pat has the res- ect rather than the adulation ot the Cincinnati populace. He U winning he firfl peasant that Cincinnati nas ver known. Yes. hc'3 a gooil fellow, his Pat Mnran, nnd a capable leader. ml the little boys do not tallow him ,houl in the street. Pal Duncan the lid for Cincinnati Some may believe that his name Is eaJIy Duncanschmidt, or they would Ike to believe 1L Uincan, however, is its name and EO is Pat. He Hoosier from Ind., and e is playing left [lelil for Ibe Red a IB t has r.ol been played in the Rnina city In many years- Th'c merry populace has forgotten all tbe other Cincinnati players in Its wild frtnty over Par Duncan. He is as he walks across the field, cheered calche's a fly, cheer- ed when he hits and'rheeretl when be "ans, which, Incidentally, ia not" often, t Pat doe En" loot; out they'll be nara- ng a near beer of the., zbo after him. Duncan years of age, and was secured from the Birmlne- iam club of the Southern association- lie is a big. heavy.-ssl fellow, but not ___r" on "his teet. -He'bats and throws rigbt handed. He' was, up in tbe Na- ional leapne PitUburg i ad him two years ago, bnt he broke his leg and was turned back. He fi evidently up lo stay this lime and unquestionably replaced the vet- eran Sherwood Ma gee In the regular Itert outfield. The White EDI had Belter Tralch this bird closely. He looks like one ol those Duffy LewliMype ot players who are always most dangerouts when In The Major Woa. Lost. Lost. J'.C. Brooklyn US 11 Vo appreciate a man aa much- ts we do liis luisiucss. Our shop is OPP. ELLISON MILLS I HAVE YOUR RADIATOR i RE-CO RED lictore lie Ruh, br ANDY THE RADIATOR WAN 41B Fifth SI L ROOSA TRANSFER i Furniture in4 Ban'ie >f All Kinds. We tell Wood, C.O.D. Baggige Dir and Night ttrvlci to all parti of th< CKr. Office, 922 2nd Ave, Phone AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Get your celluloid llgbls In -and curtains repaired before tho cold wealhcr, THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT streil' Next lo Herald Office O. T, BLUNT, PROP. 2nd Ave., opp. Lelhbrldje The Mechanical Garage Used cars bongnl and fold, General Repairing 41h Avtr.ue 3rd Coiy Roller Bink. Phone 1190 X-W, Service Station Service Stallon for the famous IC-VV Mognclos. All makoa of maffnolos, generators, colls ro- paired. stock of parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAONET4 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 4th S 7JI ;