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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i>AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DA>^Y HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" By Gi McManus The Sport Page B CAP GOLFERS New York.-If there is anything a %-Indy day lllce this proves ou the ;Jlnka tt Is that in these days ot radical ' dress reform, -with farmerettes, con-�ductorettes and other sorts ot 'ettes' popularizing masculinized attire, some-body ought to suggest knickerbockers ^toT women golfers." Thus spoke Mrs. William Chtlvers, ; one of the best women goiters at the Dunwoodie Country Club and -winner over Mrs. G. K. Jlorrow of the Great Keck In the final of the second eight In tie recent Women's Red Cross tournament at Apawamls. She was day of the tourney along the ridgS go-tng to the fifteenth green. There the . balf-galo nearly blew her off her tance. She was In the mixed Scotch (tonrsomes, the woman In the other Ijair being Mrs. Thomas HucknaH, �winner in the morning of the final of the chief division. "I wonder how much fun the men -would find In golfing," went on Mrs. PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. SroilACE' ATTERV SERVICE STATION HENRYXDENN Proprietor All Make* of BattM-lea Charfled arid Repaired ' 311 7th Street S. I^hone 616 Chilvers, ''if their clothes blew about like ours. How can a woman concentrate on her shot when her mind Is occupied with thoughts about her skirts, whether they are properly adjusted and all that, for no self-respecting woman wants to look like a fright? "Again, we are told to keep the eye on the ball. How can we do that with our skirts flapping and catching the eye with a sudden blowing out of the dress like a flac? "Let the men try it once and see what they would do if, just as they started to come back, their clothes would balloon out on them. It they'd riot be thrown off their swing, they'd be more than human. "How often on a putting green, one sees a woman compelled to slip a band around her skirt to keep it in place against a boisterous wind. The band can be employed on the greens only because the feet are. close together, but any woman would like to use such a skirt holder on every shot. "But. going into the subject more deeply, how much easier teaching golf to women would be if they wore knickerbockers. One of the hardest things |to get in the drive is the proper bend of the left knee on the ,back sw*lng if you are a right-handed player or Tight knee If left-handed. "Now, your teacher, even though he is a fine professional Instructor like Jack Mackle, can not tell whether the knea is bent right, hidden as It is by the folds of the ekiirt. Perhaps that is the reason so lew women golfers bend the knee correctly. Why, even back in Shakespeare's day, the poet saw the importance of the bent knee leg, for did he not"speak of 'crooking the pregnant hinges ot the knee'? No doubt he Jiad the golf swing In mind, for, you know, golf was played In his time. "We hear a lot these days about reform In clubs-tluted-faced Irons, steel shafts,-etc.-and an improved ball is put ou the market every few months. Suppose they try a little reformative zeal on the women goffers' clothes." 6ASEBAL RESULTS AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. Boston ....... .. 43 32 .573 Cleveland ____ .. 44 34 .504 New York..... .. 40 31 .563 Washington____ .. � 40 3G .526 Chicago .... ... ... \ 35 3G .493 St. Louis..... .. 35 3S .479 Detroit....... .. 29 42 .40S Philadelphia .. .. 27 44 .380 WAMBSGANSS CALLED UP. Cleveland, Ohio, July 9.-^According to word received here yesterday from Fort Wayne, Indiana, William Wambs gansB, second baseman of the Cleveland Americans, has been called to the colors, and ordered to report for service',at Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky., on July 25. This will be immediately after the return of the Cleveland team from their present eastern trip. Our Garage is the place to'send your machine when something needs attention or you want supplies of any kind. - We are headquarters for the best Tires and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each individual customer for we want your continued patronage. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Boston, July S.-Boston and Cleveland divided honors today, Cleveland winning the second game 4 to 3, and Boston the first game in ten innings one to nothing. Scores; First game- Cleveland .... 000,000,000,0-0 4 0 Boston....... 000.000.000,1-1 S 0 Coveleskie and O'Neill; Jones and Agnew. Second game- Cleveland ..... 000.102,001-4 7 4 Boston...... 020,001,000-3 3 1 Morion and Thomas; Mayes and Schang. Philadelphia, July 8.-Timely hitting coupled with poor fielding by De troit, gave' Philadelphia today's game la to 9.- Score: ' , Detroit .. .. 201.000,033- 9 14 G Philadelphia . . 112,410,16x-16 19 1 Kallio, Cunningham and Yelle;; Watson, Geary and-McAvoy. New York, July 8.-New York won an uphill game from Chicago here today six to five. Score: Chicago .. .. ., 13Q,100,000-5 9 3 New York .. .. 000,011,031-G 8 3 Shellenback, Danforth and Schalk; Russell, Finneran and Walters. Washington-St. Louis, game played Sunday. MORROW The news that Cardston ball tcssers will Invade Lethbrldue tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon to engage In a clash with the locals, was good news to the fans and a big crowd will be on deck for the holiday afternoon game. Cardston team always did put up a good exhibition of ball here, and judging from the report that they are billed to play Vulcan during the stampede, tti� Cardston fellows must think they have some squad. And with the redou'otabls Beazer on the firing line, thsy m?y have some reason for thlni^lng so. Beazer Is recognized as strikeout king of the south, so the local tossers had better dig up their batting clothes. The local team isn't exactly the unknown quantity it was before its clash with Turin. There vvlll be two or three changes In the lineup that will considerably strengthen It, and the boys have a hunch that .the Cardstonite? will go homo sadder and wise.-. Jack Morrison will handle the irdicator and the game is called for about 6.30. CALGARY GOLFERS > GOING TO SPOKANE ? Spokane, July 9.-Harry G. Hawkins, herti on a visit, from Great Falls, brings tha news that the second Inland Empiro championship golf tournament whicli will bo stago'd on the Spokane Country Club course in September, will bo attended by golfers as far i.orth as Gfl-gary. Harry was In Cranbrook the other day and he learned while there that both Cranbrook and Calgary are plantfnjc on sending teams. Hague, v.'ho ranks among Calgary's best golfers, will head the party He is a friend ot E. H, Hughes Spokane Country Club champion, end he plays about thj same game as the Spokane man. LAST YEAR'S FIGURES DONT COUNT ot NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago....... ... 50 20 .714 New York .... ..44 2G .629 Pittsburg..... ... 34 35 .493 Philadelphia .. .. 33 35 .485 Boston ....... ... 31 38 .449 Brooklyn..... ... 28 38 .424 Cincinnati .... ... 28 40 412 St. Louis .... . ... 26 42, .382 8 0 4 1 and Km One Quality only-the Best For Accessories and Service Try BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" Cincinnati, .July 8.-Oeschger's wiid-ness in the third inning today allow ed Cincinnati, to score three runs which gave them a lead Philadelphia could not overcome. Score; Philadelphia . .. 100,000,011-3 Cincinnati .. .. 003,100,00.x-4 Oeschger, Davis, Watson Adams; Eller and Wingo. Pittsburg, July 8.-Ragan was effective today and Boston defeated Pittsburg 5 to 0. Score: Boston .. .. .. 400,010,000-5 8 0 Pittsburg......onn.noo.ooi)-n :! o Ragan and Wilson; Comstock, Sanders and Schmidt. Chicago, July 8.-phicago and Now York divided a double header today, Chicago winning the first game G to 3 and New York the second 3 to 1. Scores: First game- New York..... 110,000,010-3 7 1 Chicago...... 021,000,030-G 11 Causey, Smith, Ogden and McCarty; Tyler and Klllifer. Second game- New York..... 000,010.101-3 11 1 Chicago...... 000,000,010-1 G 3 Perrltt and Rarlden; Hondrix and Killifor. St. Louis-Brooklyn, game played Sunday. �� � ORDERED 10 WORK St. Louis Star Will Be Placed in Clasa lA if He'Does Not Obey Fort Worth, Texas, July 6.-Roger Hornsby, star shortstop of the, St. Lou'S Cardinals, was to-day ordered by local draft board No. 1 to engage In an essential occupation or be placed In class lA of the draft. He is the first major league player to re ceive a work-or-flgivt notice under the new ruling of the provost marshal general. This is Hornsby's home. Coasters Feel "Work-or-Fioht" Rule. Salt Lake, City, July 6.-Members of the Salt Lake and Sacramento base ball teams of the Coast league who are within the jurisdiction ot draft boards here and who are ot draft age, were notitied before the opening of to-day's game to appear before the boards Monday morning at 10 o'clock and sho^v cause why they did not en gage 'in an essential occupation or ibo placed In class l.V ot the selective draft. There are many who see In tho above dispatches an end to major lea guo baseball until after the) war Is over. WESTERN LEAGUE FINISHED. Directors Decide to Disband for This Season. Omaha, Neb., July 7.-Directors of the Western league, mooting here this afternoon abruptly ended the season 'for tho league In professional ball with today's games. Presidents of all clubs in tho league were present and �action was unanimous. Texas League Through. Fort Worth, Texas, July 7.-Presl dent J, Walter .Morris of the Texas league officially announ(^ed this after noon that today's games concluded th6 1018 season. A GOOD *SQUARF MEAL Made right and Served I right by AU White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. & 5th St. P. C. INTERNATIONAL Seattle, Wash., Jiily 9.-Tho Pacific Coast International Baseball League closed its 1918 season Sunday. By playing until Sunday the league re tained its claim granted by the National Ba-seball Commission to tho players' contracts and tho northv/est tornitory. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 1, 7, 1; St. Paul 2, 4, 2 Louisville 2, 3, 0; Columbus 3, 7, 1. Milwaukee 7, 10, 2; Minneapolis 2, 10, 2. Toledo 10,' 12, 4; Indianapolis 5, 9, 4, Heavy Stickers of Former Years Are Trailers. "Last year's batting averages don't count." This cryptic remark was made to me In tho spring by foxy Clark Griffith of the Nationals in a discua3ioi\ tho big league hitters. Never has the remark proved more worthy of consideration than right now. Looking over recent bat,tlng averages one finds that Winly one of the really greats of the American league swalsmen ot 1917 is anywhere near his last year form. Cobb Is batting under .290, Speaker is just over the .300 mark. Veach and Felsch are down.the line considerably. Sleler is the only one of last year's heavy hitters who is up there. Tlie places have been taken by Babe Ruth, who as a pinch hitter and general utility man as well as pitcher, is leading the league. Tilly Walker, who fell down pitifully last year; George Burns, let go by Detroit because he could not stick well enough, and Home Run Baker, who has not hit up to his old-time standard for three or four years. A similar situation exists In the National league. Roush and Hornsby, tho sensations of last year, are down in the ruck, while their places are usurped by Larry Doyle, who was thought to be about through; Red Smith ot Boston, Fred Merklo of tho Cubs and Jack Daubert of Brooklyn, all ot them old-tlmeri Benny Kaut Is the only 1917 hitting star who . Is repeating this year. Ot course, the season is not old yet. Cobb Is due to greatly Improve his batting. So is Speaker. ' Cobb has been bothered by illness this year. He did not got started 'right and was thrown out of the game by an injury just when he began to show signs of bolstering up his batting average. Speaker haa had a disastrous batting Slump. It's harder to figure on Roush and Hornsby. Both are young and' their performances last year were the first which showed phenomenal promise, but it is safe to predict that both will bo tlpding their b.itling eyes before Clio season Is rm'-\\ I'urthtr advanced. But at tho beat Griffith is right. "Last year's batting averages don't count." SUITS FOR MEN $25 To most men all stars in the Heavens look ali'kev but to an astronomer every one has an individuality. THE SAME WITH CLOTHES Many men think that all suits are alike-they know nothing ot tailoring nor do they profess to know. Keel's suits at twenty-five dollars are so unusual a line as to provide a surprise even tor the most critical. In fact, there's so much difference in our selections and what other shops show at this price that you don't need to be an export to tell the advantage of one over the other. HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and i ' FLORSHEIM SHOE LOUyS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET J CHIN BALL n TRIMS BURDEH Chin, July 8. Tho Chin ball team celebrated the glorious Fourth by taking the scalp of the Burdett crew 6 to 2. This is the first game of the season for the Chin crew, and Ihoy are threatening dim things to otlier teams In Southern Al-Wrta. Any aggregation ot hall toss-ersi* wishing to cross bats with tho Chin nluQ would do well to call up John Hatbeckat Chin, and chin a while. As the Chin gentleman, made famous In camouflage, says, The bigger they are , The harder they fall. LOCAL DOGS AT EDMONTON SHOW Edmonton, July. 9.-Champions of all breeds In the canine world will bo on exhibition at the dog show to bo held on July 10,-11, and 12. A. Schute has his'-champion bulldog Ch. Cour-tenay Coronet entered, also^ Ch. Pen-fold Buster, owned by Messrs. Stanford, and Esson and Joe Ponford and Jolllcoe Wostall, owned by Mr. Tuson, Lelhbridge. The champion Airedale, Ch. Midland Master G., which won best dog in show at Calgary, will also be on exhibition, as also several champion Airedales owned by Mr.'T; Dooloy, Kdmonton. A show, in Jtaelt will bo the kennel of Maltose terriers, owned by Mrs. .A.nna Jiidd, of Seattle. Tho dogs owned by Mrs. Judd were tho sensation ot the big dog show which was lield at Madison Square Gardens last April. AQUATIC CLUB. The Anuatic Club will hold it's second picnic tor the season to-morrow evening; tea will bo provided and crockery; members are retiuested to bring their "eats", milk and sugar. Tho picnic will be followed by an impromptu regatta, at which tlte main foatures will ho a tilting match, a canoe race and a sailing race. All new members interested are urged to he on hand for these events which will be staged at 7 sharp. The general interest tlu!s year in things aequatic is greatly gtimulated by the improved condition of tho lake; the water is clean >nd sweet,; and the bathing Is tine; and ao far tho weeds are giving no  trouble. During tho present hot spell there is no cooler place in the district to be found than In our own city lake, and thousands ot our citizens are beginning to realize what a valuable asset tho oity has In Henderson Park and its lake. OUIMET IS PROMOTED. Boston, Mass., July 9.-Sergt. Francis Ouimet of the national army, western amateur golf champion, was notified yesterday that ho had been commissioned a second lieutenant and assigned to the quartermaster's department here. Ouimet was made a corporal after he had been at Camp Dovilns a tow months and later was promoted to sergeant. BARBERS ^\^lo Give Satisfactory Service. , WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANQLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY, Hassler Shock Absorbers for Ford Care. 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W, H, DOWLING J, T. HUTCHINSON THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8, Cook E, E. Peck 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 865 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 1, 11, 2; Toronto D, 11, 2, Baltlmoro 14, 15, 2; Jersey City 5, 11,5. Binghampton 4,' 14, 2; i^owark 3, 7, 1. SyracusoBuftalo, postponed, rain, AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES ' VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Syltera RE-TREADINQ & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. AU work guaranteed. Special Equipment for jtlm Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE SOS 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mllll During the week of the Lethbridge Agricultural Fair and Stampede we will present each purchaser of a new casing with a 1918 Road Guide ThiB gives all the principal roads la'Alberta and l^tho olflclal Blue Book ot tho Alborta Motor League ^ Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank 466154 4729 ;