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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TTIE tKTHBRlDGE DAILY, .HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 1. 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus there CGETs THAT mr^ OCr�e?)-ALWAYS TA.t.K|r�\T AWbUMD pwrffY.^ fniP t WELL Mi^tt MY FAULT ' THAT VOO^lE NOT Pf^ETTV? HEY  ttOY' �t shot, and Is done by using the wrists and working the fore arm. For a full shot a thrno quarter swing Is U8�d. The upward movement should be slow, bringing the elbows glpsp to the slijija,. A professional 1 kne?^, wheji; giving leiHons on pitching; anotB, useil-to place" ii ball iimler th^,'pupil's left' arm,'(ujd.,!? the shot was'flayed cor-' rectly vtUo ball would rojnaln, untlor' the arm,' but It wronglyl^ - p|^yed It Would drop to the grountj, Try^ It and sec how It works out. lu'Ridklng the stroke with Ihi; mashle the player does not turn on !\ls loft foot as he doo.� when playing an iron. The heel should" b(j raised slightly, and only turn the body very little, an the more upright it remains the hotter result will bo obtained. Tho downward swing should be as quick as posslble.-�jllt the ball boldly and.', firmly ta^-; lug tho ball and ground at the sanie;| time. A" loose-pluyed shot Is fatal. tor reason that the Governmont as-signed protesHlonal boxers to tho various caiitonmeniB. Lethbridge, Alia., *   June first, �   Dear folks,- � * � We heard of �  * A sad case � � � The other day.  �� * A city hall employee #   Took a friend's horse � *  To keep  * * Thus doing Friend Friend * * A good turn, � *  . . And the equine * * * Didn't appreciate ' The compliment � �  And took sick,  % � Very sick, * * � So sick, in fact. That the' city hall man 9 * * Dug up *  * His last bottle * *  Saved up against � � � .A jijry season' ,^ AM poured it down �  �  . The equine's throat. ' But the darn hone *  �pida't appreciate The sacrifice    And laid down And' croaked. W^iiich Is what �� �  We call ' *   ..Zero in.iuo'k. ;--iPlf6'"queBtlon Is' ' It U Was bootleg .whisky .'* � Will Friend FrJe^id'   � Su(! for damages? If tlio little fellows keep up their' pre.iont rate of activity the old argument that it takes the big fellows to draw the money at the gate is liable to get a sudden dash of cold water. 11 Is inie that the big toUowa usually outdraw the bantams, liut when one considers the game carefully it is discovered that the hefty ones only box now and then; Tho banties. on the other hand, arc continually nl it boxing two or three times a week and taking in the coin at such a nii�ld rate as to nullify anything tho giants do. The real champion among the little fellows. I'ete Honiian, of New Orleans, has been blocking tho game of late, but even his apparent dlsin-clinallon to do anything In the way of ringwork isn't hindering the remainder of the class. Usually when champion of a class Ik inactive the � ' :ilALL GAME MONQAY TiBevtM'al fancy/or aclen-, .tifip'. iliots than can be'jjjayed wltjft tho club, such as cutting and slicing, but the beginner uliould not attempt Uiom, allhongli tliry iiiiiy appear si> easy to an o.xpcrlnnccd ))layer;''frheHCjj ho csu, try after bo has-m'ftSterBd (he: oasier siiotB, iln will ha'vo to practice and practice ateadlly if he 'wanls lo be fluccessful with the mashle, and In doing 80 vary your distance and the objwts, yQiiiiSre pliiying',Uji,.'si4,./ia-viU)t' lYeiieasarj' to ulwajra pltt^'W'to a.jfiit;-itn^.^e.i'eii'n;' .'take mi^^l^jhl#By 4h� Famoue Hayk^fjl'-System ',,i-\sj ; R?-Treading a^i -Impairing By Experlsnced WorkmJ|fK' All Work Guarante^^ ;| 8PEC.JAL IQUIPMENT ' POR !:),.:!>: RIM jCUT, 'ftEPAI^S;' ' i^^R/D RITCHIE ^ BM 13th 8t, 8. Opp, Elllaon Mill* Be Independent Be tr&vel-indepcndent. Own your own street car and railway train-an Indian. You'll be better fitted for the day's Work if you ride an Indian. At noon you can spin home to a warm dinner. And at night you won't need to jostle the crowd'and wait for your chance to spend a nickel. And evening and Sunday trips whenever the big outdoors calls. The world is at your feet wnth an Indian. Use an Indian with^side-car. Take HER along. . You'll find nothing %o chumnniy. as an Indian with a skle-car. And no other side and comfortable and reliable.' Your Indian! idealer will gladly show you-and prove to you that this is the world's greatest motorcycle, and that complete enjoyment comes with an Indian with side-car. Write (or catalogue. HdlMDEC MANUFACTURING CO. SfiRINGFIELD, MASS, Wa have taken for the ba*it of th� 1918 Indian th*. CradU SpringFrameandlhePowarplus Motor. Arotind tliaM wa ka�e built up > inachiBe narvalloas in it> speed, Irength and endurance, beautiful in its fiaa line* and unequalltd in any detail whataver. Imporlant Improve-mentt haTa bean made. Thia ia tha Bachina that ii wianingr ridera and breaking raeorda avarywkara. Wa believa it i* tha greataat metoreycio aver put en two 'whaal*. D. E; McDonald, Lethbridge LotDest in cost operation and upkeep Safety First Equip Your Cv With Dreadnaught Chains Made With Extra Heavy Side Links ALL SIZES BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tirei and Tubes in Our Red Crou Box. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HODMAN, Mdr. 2020 D71A ;