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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRinntj DAILY Wednesday, July iUCAL FOOTBALL TEAM WINS OUT S-POR-TS FULL ACCOUNT OF POLO MATCH ONE OF THE BEST FOOTBALL GAMES OF SEASON LAST SIGHT Lethbridge Rangers Put it Over the Fast Grassy Lake Team by 3-0 An Abundance of Clever Checking and Accurate Kicking on Both Sides Tilt rain of yesterday alternoon, in one of tlic features of the 'game, although tin1 ball was placed in the added to the recent showers, instead when ho missed his kick and in [all-'net Thompson, the 'score was not of making things unpleasant, left thc j ing swung round In great style and wils ,mrl just .cotb... erounds at, the athletic park hall toe own, abou'tlo try side Then it was Moore's Ulrn the remaining few minutes during chucker of .ten minutes. This was another fast period and-Maeleod took the hall down to the other: goal but fulled to score, although they score at. the end of tlle first chucko B uu be placed but at odds if stood and second North Fork got another. After this the play Philadelphia Pittsburg 000 001 000 100 000 000 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 'Milwaukee Minneapolis Columbus Louisville Indianapolis Toledo Kansas City St. Paul___ 001 001 6 200 020 10. 000 101 13 000 3 14 000 040 030 14 001 11 102 120 H Rochester Toronto Buffalo Montreal-. EASTERN Ill 000 S 100 003 10 000 000 000 300 6 5 4 2 it this juncture thai Bannerman got'ion impeded the lake custodian, and arlc vs Jersey City, no game scheduled Providence vs Baltimore and New- Small Heavy Golf Ball Grows Popular St Louis, July heavy golf balls have grown popular with players this year In putting the heavier ball is better controlled and a longer flight. Is possible in driving. The experience "of well-known ama- teur with the heavier ball will prove interesting to Bolters. Part of his comment follows 'Golf balls have different charac- teristics and the small, heavy ball has to me shown unite new- ones. Sly first drive with one of them resulted In the ball flying close to the ground. "It did not cet up at all and had none of that soaring finish-that we look for in our best drives. A few more drives convinced me that if I wanted to get the ball to carry t had to 'hit it and after doing so I got It .IJUite a long way, though ;lt flew Ijke's cricket.-ball hit: above field rather than a which lip to the present day has risen to quite a lood height at Ihe finish of the flight, "The -ball in one of the drives.had that low sttrt and gradual rise .which is such a pleasure to see, and I did not get one shot like that until I nut hghtei ball The heavv .-nuoh heavier on the club.'and >l 'ound I had to put in a bit to get away; In fact, It'required more Chitting' than the lighter ball.'and for ordinarj golfer 1 can hut drink that' the. small: ball is'not for him. all know how. to swing thrpugh the hut that will not the new ball it requires a sharp, firm blow, more like an iron allot; other- wise I found not rise qiiklkly enough, and., on one ball struck the. face of a bunker, about 30 yards from the I had .the feeling that I required a'-huvler club to get this small ball along, and I believe that some of the professionals have been forced to add a' bit more weight lo the wooden clubs, simply .on ac- count of the extra weight In the ball. That raises the question. Can we wing a with the same freedom and accuracy as a light club? 1 doubt It." CANADIAN London 7 7 St. Thomas___............. 8.3 London.................... C 12 St. Thorcas................ o 3 Brantford .'...H........... 1014' .Guelph 6 7 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 7 li Victoria................... 2 11 Spokane Seattle Tacoma Portland 11 0 3 4 C'igiirs Arc a Real Delight. A Breath of Pure Havana in Every Puff. had several chances as the ball was k.ept In that neighborhood for. about five minutes when Gunn of Noith Fork took it up and scored :ifor his team. During the four minutes' left to play the score remained unchanged Slving North Pork the game and cup. The llacleod team pbyed the same team as the day before and the North Fork players were: H. W..Pettlt, Rplo H. Burn, H. A. Giiuii and A. M. Con- nolly. 'Macleod hud a slight disadvantage in the last game, having to play with :ired iwnies and these ponies at Ihe best being the poorest of any-of'the clubs us most of them are new to tbe game, in today's game S. D. Pliin- lett of Pincher Creek referced and Cap. Barker noted lo tile satisfaction teams. The Same was clean with, the exception of. a little cross checking and the'only accidents were ScoilsaH falling from his hoise once and falling and throwing him. The Macleod team are highly pleas; od the tournament, it being'the most, successful and best attended ot any in the club's history. The committee "of. the Beaver Creek Turf Association-. have drafted tho following programme of races .to he held at their meet on Jiily 24th: Saddle to walk 1-4 milo, trot 1-2 mile 1-4 mile, three heats, for horses that have nev- Memory Lingers A Havana. Cigar satis- fies every taste. oE the particular smoker. Smooth, fragrant and rich. Baled Havan as are a delight from be- ginning to end. .lust try one and you'll stick LO Lfnled Havanas al- ways. Jose Gastc Co, Mfrs. of Baled HavariH Mi" Linda 19-26 King Street, London, Ont. DpNUIN NO ATTRACTION Mike Bonlin was something of a rawing card as a star outlaw, as a re-nstated player that no club is par .i-cularly anxious for, Mike's Tame has droppen several hundred side scored in the third. Tile fourth opened" up with North Fork making another goal In a very exciting and spectacular rush. This made the score 3--1 against Maeleod am the local supporters were .becoming disheartened as the North Fork team were now playing rings around Macleod and tlie ball was nearly always in the Maeleod territory. At the end of this chucker1 another goal was made by the visiting .loam. In the fifth round .the Afacleod horses seemed to.have lost ajl their stiffness and curne on very fresh'.aiid fast, and in about two miautea.iijeclsad'made one goal, and after facing the ball again took it right down and again in about the same .time amidst cheers from the spectators. Every flayer was now playing .for all there was in him and great excitement prevailed among the spectators. By good and. 110. Half-mild daih, pon lea 14-2