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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THB LkViKimiiXtE DAILY HERALD JUNE BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Man us HOW PERFECT11 IT LOOK ON MAT IOUKt VOU CUT ttot CAT WOOLO IT ME POOR LITTLE ME HEKRT FELT tWT VPIT1 TO A A BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Games of Golf Between Friends Ought not be Played for Nothing Glory Sufficient Spur Against a the Late Sir Walter Simpson Adds Zest to the Games of golf ought not to be play ed for more particularly where adversaries are in the habit of meeting Glory may be a suffi cient spur when trying conclusions with a but between friends there must be something If there is the worse player will not take and the from hav nothing to will fall back to Everybody knows that to press a drive will not add to its but not equally acknowledged that extra men tal pressure for an approach or a putt is worse than Dont Respect Enemy Too The supposed necessity for pressing is born of too much respect for the Because they have got the best of you for the and played the hole perfectly up to a certain they are credited with being infallible and you see no chance of their going into a bunker or taking four to hole off an It is scarcely ever politic count the enemys chickens before his This communistic plan of ottering no incentive to skill slowly undermines But with a stake the worse player will demand his odds the better give them and both strive to What exclaim those who consider there is some mysterious wickedness In exchanging money for anything but such as clothing and shares in bubble companies What degrade golf to a gambling game Motorist Paradise Touring Get fresh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to dis tinctive VICTORIA and wonder ful Vancouver Eurc pean tour in WRITE FOR PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA COLUMBIA Gambling what nonsense Is dinner I they are Cases constantly a gluttonous and drunken thing be occur of holes being lost because it seems absolutely necessary in order to save them to get home front a bad cause at it there is eating and drink ing I says the tolerant moral small You would limit the betting to the statutory ball or equally statutory Why should I Are there many cases of BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN June hitting by Chicago gave the locals a four to three victory over Philadelphia in the first game of the series here Score Philadelphia 9 0 8 0 IU gCl I1UUC 11 um u iiIIll n Your forcing shot sends the ball Perry and Perkins CI from bad to and what might j cotte and have been won In is lost in i June de A secret disbelief in the en feated Boston in ten five to golfers crippling their resources by j em s betting Even if there who made us these peoples grandmothers This contempt be very useful for match four Score Judge Quality as largely Beaconed with It does Cleveland vB 7h liZ th tVtntnW not do lose the first two and the statutory h When one is down St Louis 1 crown has IU By adding up h b t your collection of them at the end of flvo Bush and Bagby p y p the year you can judge of your qual moreplav a yar put a3 ft tne ities as a It is a fair mes as a it is alr match depended on Likely enough criterion of your Progress or wl h t did h It has the advantage of as is poUte regret at which to J r from your friend may be but is not From some people one might feel consciousstricken when taking It is unfeeling to crow when dormy three and the stake is but it is a fair game to jangle j even half a dozen of a mans statu lories below his or to invite him into a shop to see you spend Before we can do the money must be Attention to little matters will help play ers to win Poetic Temperament Keep the It is a great thing in a match to be one or two and to keep the An advantage maintained for seven or Juile the score two to one against them in the eighth and the bases Peckennaugh tripled to giving New York a victory over Louis today 5 to 2 Score t3 New 7 1 S 4 Russell and Houck and NEW GOLF PRO LOOKS Joe Assistant to Gets Great down Yet everyone is inclined to be care lessly confident when they are and when they have lost their lead and some partly by their own to apply themselves with undue and fatal If golfers would but humbly acknowledge to them Hannah June two base his stolen base and Bushs i throw to the plate ofJBhottens groun i dor in the gave Washington the opening game of the series today 5 to Score Washington 10 4 6 0 It has already been remarked that i selves which is true that they lose excessive golfing dwarfs the j heart and have bad luck when they Nor is this to be at when j are they would be more care we consider that the more fatuously fui to husband their How vacant the mind the better the men funk is comically noticeable at It has been observed that absolute ignorant whether they are playing two more or one off play An uphill game does not make them or within the close finish of a big With Massachusetts has been u breeding ground for long hitters in the golfing ranks of late years and now there Ig to be added another name to the gal axy headed by Jesse says fen eastern golf now comer is Joe the young professional who is acting as assistant to Louis Tellier at the Country club and who later In the season goes to Lallys swatting ability is attested by who had the surprise of his life In a round with his assistant at In preparation for a match with Francis Ouimet in that round Lally scored 74 for 17 so that all he needed on tho short hole was a 3 for a round of which was better than either Tel Her or Sergeant Ouimet made in their What surprised Tellier more than anything was thi dis tance that made off tho pe9 and through the There is no better test of a golfers hitting ability than the 15th hole at meas uring 600 Telller declares tliat Lally was within 30 yards of tho green with a drive and a It is doubtful under similar any one ever has been nearer the green in ovei Guilford him After watching his assistant in that Tellier declares given the oportunity to practice and a little Lally should hold his own with the leaders in the professional Lally with becoming that it is one thing to go out and play a good round of golf in but quite another to go out and do It In real it is interesting to know that another young Massachusetts homebred bids fair to follow in the golfing footsteps of Tom Kerrington and George EMPIRE DAY AT Johnson Jiand Ainsmith Jones and NATIONAL New June ninth inning netting three enabled New all even and three to the side York to retain first place in the lea which can finish in fair figures is al most certain to But in these cir cumstances even firstclass players their grasp render them generally give an exhibition of lam Business Announcement The rapid growth of our bus iness has compelled us to install a THOROUGHLY UPTODATE And are now prepared to handle any sized RIM CUTS AND BROKEN BEADS are our ALL WORK GUARANTEED We pay charges one way on outoftown DONT THROW AWAY THAT OLD SEE IT MAY BE WORTH OUR AIM PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION FREE AIR ON THE CURB Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 742 Third Avenue Near Royal Bank Alas we can not all be Next to the the dull Unimaginable mind is the best for In a pro fessional competition I would prefer to back the dulleyed fellow with a quid in his rather than any more eagerlooking cham The poetie temperament is tho worst for It dreams of brilliant entable bungling all Written by the late Sir Walter Simpson and published in the Ameri can PLAYERS NOT or an Outfielders would Iron shots laid and long like to be sometimes putts whilst in real golf success changes are Joe Wood is waits for him who takes care of the j about through as a but ilur foozles and leaves the fine shots to ing the illness of Jack Graney he fill ed in at left field as well as Graney would have done al I ways a great hitting itnprovi whon doubles by Dressier and Housch led hts batting when he was playing drove in three nnu and won 7 to take care of Do Not Notice j If you have started with no other I idea but to in a short time it will j appear that you are driving Take every hit oportunely and fielled no notice of the Regard tlie ex tra distance covered as anybodys u a curious coincidence that Jack business but The grov the man Wood supplanted gue race today by winning from Pitts burg 4 to Score Pittsburg 000 5 3 New York 000 7 0 Cooper and Schmidt Causey and June home furlough from Camp pitched his first game of the season for Brooklyn today and shut out St Louis 2 to Score Louis 000 0 Brooklyn 000 0 1 Ames anil Gonzales Cadoro and June allow ed sixteen hits today but Philadel phia was in the game until the eighth eling spirit of the true an xious to win holes is not to be be guiled from its purpose by tho sou pocketemptying glories of brilliant During a match there is usually a great deal said fbout the stafe of the or the adversarys position in regard to the and one is very apt to attempt to play ac By doing so many holes are lost which would not otherwise fall to the For how often does it not happen that you are playing two or and think it necessary to hole in less than the perfect number to secure a half You make an lose a shot more which not the two the was originally a Score Cincinnati Oil 16 3 1hiladulphia OJI 001 10 4 Dressier and Watson and Lee who managed the Columbus made it Phone 1664 H86 It turns costs A Tire that Tires after a few hundred miles service is not the sort of Tire that we We know that MichelinH arc Mileago That is why we stock them in all BIJOU MOTOR The House of Service 6th club a few yars got Graney among a bunch of He con verted him into an Pohl saye Graney was the wildest pitcher ha ever Harry the Ued Sox started bin baseball career as a pitcher but when he land ed In the big leagues he was quickly Dave Robertson was a pitcher at North Carolina State college and was ranked as the best hurler in the Caro lines and although at the samp time Kppu Itixey was pitching at Virginia Benny Kauff did some pitching when he was younger and two oldtime Giant Mike Donlln and Cy both started an Frank laker was originally a pitch as was FUiody Wallaco was a regular for the Cleveland club in thu late and it was only when hie talents as an infielder became so consplcuouH that he was taken from the Every one knows how George Sis ler started hiu career as a pitcher and was Kliifted to first base when his bit ting and base running were found to bo of more value tiian his box Ty Cobb alwuyo wanted to he a pitclier and several years ago vvuuld take his turn at thu mound during liat ting stopped HUH when he round injuring Ills throwing It is ciuite likely Habo Ruth will land ill some other place on thu diamond beside the pitching stuff on account of his hitting power four straight against IJoston The Kcore was 7 to Score Chicago 000 0 Boston IHI l 020 a 10 1 Hcndrlx and Killifer Hearne and TELLS OF FUNNIEST Mike Mowrey and Steve Queer Evans in Miller manager of the tells the following The funniest play I ever saw happened one day in a game between the Pirates and the Louis When Roger Bresnahan was Mike Mowrey was on first when Steve Evans hit a ball to right Mike started on the hit and after turning second saw the coacher at third base waving him to go as he thought the ball would be Mike turn ed back and was running at full speed with his head down when Evans came along toward second also with his head The two heada met and the two players went down and Tho ball was thrown in and both were They were out then Milk Day was fittingly celebrated at the school by a patriotic The pupils of the senior room gave a number of re citations and the patriotic Marching to Well Never Let the Old Flag Fall ami Good Luck to the Boys of the Allies were finely given by a splendid chorus ably trained by Miss Bruce and The pupils of the junior room gave tour short plays which were their own dramatizations of selections from the Two of the plays were given in Statt gave a short and very pleasing address to the children on the significance of the day and Verge also addressed them in a few well chosen The Red Cross and mothers of the district formed the Examinations for outlying country about here will be held in the school commencing June Prin cipal Verge will have The honor roll for May in the junior given in order of is as follows Marriel Patricia Steve Dud ley Belmore Charles Marcella Adeline Ralph Lillian Bar tram Roy Beys Of the 13 boys called from Milk River and Vicinity almost every one is by this time in camp at The town gave the boys a jolly evening at Elerts Hall and the Aid served a lunch nt A class of young people will take their first communion at the Catho lic Church next June There wil be some fine special music for the Porter was in town Monday evening looking after organization tor registration June There was a meeting of citizens and a loyal response to the demand for The town will maintain five booths and hopes to handle all comers effi A meeting after church Sunday evening looking to the for mation of a United Church in affili ation with the Presbyterian Church of A dance will be held June 7th In the John Zoe soltoolhouse in honor Barney Tenant who has In Army All Look The boys at Camp Funston have reuHon to step They are draw ing down much each month as Grover Cleveland City INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First 2 Tor onto Second 2 Toronto First gameBuffalo 2 Syra cuse Second 0 Syra cuse Jersey Bingliainpl on INTERNATIONAL Portland 2 Vancouver ill PACIFIC COAST V Los Angeles Oakland 2 Hucramenio Vcrnon San Francisco Salt Lake AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee Columbus Minneapolis Inilianapoliw Paul Toledo Kansas City SPORT NOTES The Brooklyn club announced last week the sale of Infielder Frank OHourke to the New London Club the Eastern He appeurel as a pinch hittur for the Dodgers on May 7 and delivered a hit for a fare Dana secured by the Braves from faced Ilube in his first time out as u Brave and was for the Rube pitched good ball after u bad Throe of the six hits off him came in the first Cincinnati agreed to a deal thai would send Bill Kopf to the Boston but when the BotUrfn club learned ho had gone into the ship building business or something like that and would not report it conclud ed not to close the Manager Stalliugs has let one col lego pitcher out and taken on The flinger released is John who baited from Uubrgetown Univer The new collegian Is Taz who comes from the Univer sity of New Juno lied Cross tea Riven by Mc Cullum resulted in a nice little sum being turned over to that Howe has taken charge of thfl lumber and promises to be an able successor to Percy we has not yet donned the or the navy owing to some or in his application for the Alvin Nate and Allie Gorrill are both now in and we under stand the only kick Alvin has is that his boots look more like boxes than anything McCallum lias been ap pointed deputy registrar for this dis trict for June Thu matter could not be in abler and with ho willing band of already in view everything should come off sat The William euperln tendent of home Presby terian will give an illustrated talk in the church here on Wednes June at About 100 pictures will be thrown on tho As Mr Shearer known in this a big crowd is looked Everyone is come and be on time For Red Tho Red Cross dance given tinder the auspices of the Womens Insti tute at the Ohio Farming last Friday was a success from point of Visitors were there from all over the south all seem to have gotten the maxlmuin of enjoymentat the minimum of in William Scott being master of ceremonies It goes without saying that the dancing was all tnat could be After unavoidable expenses had been n little ove wrfs turned over to tho Hnl Cross The committee wish to thank Floyd for the of his barn and for the conveniences put at their and much as ho hates we feel the thanks ia coming to Another dance In aid of the Red Cross will be given by Bill Scott in his barn on Juno tho We be speak for this the same patriotic in terest and enthusiasm as was given to the one last Scott will leave no stone unturned to make everyone and he has n new joke to crack on this specially made for O Brandley hasgiyen up tho dray business aud back to the former being too groat a strain on his Crops in this district are in Tine and while rain would be very welcome they can stand the drought for some APPROVE AMALGAMATION June British Army and Navy Veterans Association de cided last night at a meeting in this to approve of the principle of amalgamation with the Great War Veterans Association and that dele gates should be appointed to meet delegates from the to dis cuss the terms of ARROW FORM FIT COLLAR r SERVICE STATION HENRY Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Vir a team that has several of its sluggers batting righthanded the Louis Cardinals are unusually weak against lefthanded Jim Vmiglian is of course their big gest as four hits iu 18 inn off behemoth Safety First Equip Your Car With Dreadnought Tire Chains Extra heavy side BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION 0ANK HARRY y ;