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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX VHK LETHHHltKiK LMILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 19lS 'BRINGING5UP FATHER" By G. Me Maims BASEBALL BOXING RACING -SPORT HOCKEY BOWLING Forty'Niners May Play Game for the Red Gross The success of ihe Old Timers base- ball team has stirred memories in the breasts of lacrosse players in the city who crossed the back in and they're talking of staging a game fdr -tba Cross or some other war fund if enough gutted sticks can be gathered together in one place to allow (or the resurrection of ihe great' Canadian Same. Hera .BJIJy .Nelson, Judge Jackson and some more of lhe> J19ers got together yesterday, and while fanning over herd fought bat- crosse, good oM-fashioned game of la- it is thought they would turn out In force, especially if they saw.'a. chance -have -some .fat. parlies, who 'would roles'on Ihe Held. We are especially asked to an- nounce that fa e. Forty Niners hare chosen H. A. McKillop as goalkeeper. That settles It. 'The main trpubje will' be to, get enough sticks, so the request Is made s possible.'It'is possible the'1 game may be staged next Wednesday night Forty Nmers declare practice would ruin them. that all who haie sticka that they ties on the lacrosse field down la Old j could lend for the game bring them (Jntaria they suggested that such alto the store oE W. J. Nelson as soon be playecK The Forty Xinersj declare they-can gather together, 121 players who can lick anything in this neck of the woods. They would like io go some of the younger bloods if there are-.ansv in, the city who know how to handle a stick, but It- not, it is thought that 2 couple of dozen old players can be found, and teams, so that a .game -could be staged. .It ;is eight years since Lethbridge a game of That's a long time. Besides there are hundreds of people in the city -who hare never Vulcanizing that will outlast tbc lire, many people have been trying to fino. That's why we want you lo Inow'our address. We have an up-to-date equifr- you with Our cipert work In AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZINC, as well as please your most critical' frienns. Try us nest time you bate trouble. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADING AND RELINING 'Lethbridge tire and Repair Station F. B. HcKlnnon, Proprietor 305 61h.Street, Lethbridse, Alia I Phone 4S5 THAT SATISFIES'1 RESULTS AMERICAN Boston Nuw Vork Chicago Cleveland St. Louis..... Washington Philadelphia Detroit 29' 25 28 10 1C .560 .541! .525 .501) .412 .355 .356 T. C.1 INTERNATIONAL Aherdeen 5. 11, 1; Portland 0, 7, 2 Vancouver 2> 9, 1; 0. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 1, 4, 3; Binghamptori 3, Syracuse 4, 6, 3; Newark 5. S, 0.' Baltimore 3, 9, 2; Buffalo 3, 7, 1. [Called in ninth, Rochester-Jersey Cfty, postponed. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 0, 7, 0: Vernon 2, Sacramento 7, 10, 2; San Francisco I, 13. 6. Salt Lake-Los Angeles, postponed, AUTO TIRES OF-ALt- SIZES VULCANIZED Bylne Famous'.fiaywood System 13yl Eiperienced .-Workmen. -All Special Equip- maut tof.niA Cul nepalrs. RITCHIE 208 13fh'sf. S. Ellison Mills Cleveland. June .de- feated Philadelphia today I lo .1. Score: Philadelphia 13 1 Cleveland- 9 1 Geary and McAvot; Enzmaau and O'Neill. Chicago. June seve'nlh iauing rally gave Chicago today's game over Washington 7 lo 4. Score: Washington lOl.OSO.OOO-5! :S'3 Chicago i... 1 Ayers and Picinich: Shellenbacli, Cicotle and Schalk. New YorkVJune York de- feated Detroit 11 to 6 in a 'free hit- line contest (his afternoon.' Score: New York 14..2 12 2 Mogrtdge and Walters; Daiiss and jencer. St.'Louis, June the score 4 to 3 in Boston's favor-in.the ninth, with two men on hasps Pete 'Johns, pinch oron. trlrted past Strunk St. Louis irpffo to.4. Boston 6 i St. Louis S..1 Bush and anc Hale. tbe game. It oak me back to my early golfing clays ISD to the clays of my boyhodd, and very near out "Western." !.I was arson ally. acquainted-ivlth. 'him for up o thejlme of tils death and hare c ussed as we'll as played 'the game '1th-hiin many many limes. He was na of the teat of sportsmen, and It as a great pleasure to meet him. He ved within life mites of my home no" was Hon. President and Captain, ?5p8clivety, ol the first two golf lubs that connected with. He by.--the- 'leading be one of the best ies'on the game, and hati published very Tine book, which was recog- zed as a standard work. He also wrote the yrcekly-golf column tn one f the-leading daily payers -published n Edinburgh. Besides, his opinion on new golf Clubs was'much sought'lor by; the leading worth mlicVtb them. went and was always mentioned: when the icwL club was put in; the, For a year or two before he died he was unable to try out .clubs sen ifm, and several of my. club mates also myself, were aaked to play with hem tor a week or two and give our opinion as to their playing qualities It Is1'very noticeable in the articli ivritle'nMiy him that he had rather strange and.peculiar views on the game, yet I have never met an> player who was more correct in play ing according to the The1, eli quette ot the game 'was a seriou thing "with him and he would at once check no matter who the player was, If he broke away from th rules. for the love of th game, and hag told me often It wa practically rto game at.all it no.l pla> ed according to rule, a 'view wit which I entirely agree.'Beginners ar too apt to think they should do just bnt'it i very bad form and would not be (ale alcd on any first class course- c amongst first class players. He waa never a brilliant th his health being against hi but what he did not know about th game was .hardly worth knowtn I Still'he did enjoy a-jounrf, Aboi j winning prizes .he cared very liltl nfl seemed to derive moro pJcasur rom'donating them to the clubs raj connected He presented th :luh championship he two local: clubs. ,orie a-maga olid silver cup of a most unique d sign, the other a eplidiallver golf ba noiiutcu with gold (leatg ed all his .own had the madcnby one of the leading-jewelte n 'Edinburgh! H4 also' gave sever old-inedaia for minor compctltlo: prize ho gave'was for a pne-cl competition. Competitors had to st- and play through to wi the.same club, bat were allowed' use whatever one they And as. the search Gol i r way. The second, And innocent looking, car came along And Its Innocence Let It by 'v "And when the cop? finished searching 'llicy bad found nothing Bill empty Anil Innocent looking i 4 Was streaming ll home f' I- 'With hljli spirits a ball on the game, both players ay better, golf: Of course if the player Is taking'.out a begin- to give him n few hints on the IJI'B; that Is different, but in a endty game the stuall stake makes the (inference play as each aver has to play his best If he is ing to the handicap fairly adjusted, and that is what a ayer should always aim play and try'to improve his game. Before finishing, I would just say, at the same time regretting avlng to mention it, that t have card' "lately ot embers who have been playing, and nnring the rules oE the, etiquette of o game. It is poor sportsmanship to ive Into players fn front of you who e keeping their place on the course, though perhaps not going-at break- :k pace or to play'on a putting en when .other players g out, slniply because they may be refully s'tudying-the ol ncerely hope that'inetobers will give is their serious consideration, for not stopped, 1 am rather afraid imo one Is going to beAhurJ. A blow L the head from a hard-hit-golf, ball a nasty'aud dangerous thing. I now that from experience, as 1 .was early laid out in the first compeU- on that ever I took part In. Of urse, it was an accident, but had been oue.incli, lower, down where hit me, accident or no accident, 1 m afraid I would have finished' my olfing career and 1 would not have een able to'write any notes on golf any other-sport: So I would warn 10' members to be more careful in ie future.One does not want to read n the papers of ariy coroiier's Inquest elog held thiougU accident onL the 'PLAY THE BOYS, IT AYS IN THE END: Kext week 1 hope to-say something i the" great plnyers I'have seen: DAVB HUME. Fashion Craft Quality Clothes Arc raade with an eye. to the garment Is pro- duced as carefully as ;wo can And soM with the object ot re-; tainhig the 'present customers' as a future VTo dcn't want H But In return foivyour-money we Style w6rk: "rhahshlp .unequaned! per- cent.' ot the custom tillorsion'lhc American' Continent. I up fji- L, KEEL Sole Agent' v 318 Fifth Street South The executive of the local Aquatic Club are looking- forward to a very, enjoyable and prosperous season-'The vater the, club, house and 3" now htgh''ijnouglir far boating and swJraming: opening of ;he ciuh house'lakes place neaday the 19th. and In tho evening at1 ejght o'clock the .innual meeting will be" hold tbc officers for 191S An invitation extended to'npn-members to come to (he clud housfi.on Wednes- day and to attend ;iho_ahnual meeting in the evening. 5 The --AquaUc club 13 fortunate in having" splendid accom- modation for boating and swimming atid the officers believe, whert the public is he tier acquainted with the facilities olfered many will 'become 'and :partlci' volume "of clean] fresh .water, which bus made Ihe lake an ideal pUde for swimming. The executive anticipate that thU department of the club will u well patronized this season, and a large Iloat will'be nnchored off the jont house for the accommudallon of the baihora. A number of. good second-hand can- ocs bo disposed ofsat a able the secretary, Mr. :H; Andrew Smith will show them anyone Come out to tho club house on'Wednesday look" it over.f The sea you a're enlerlaltied.'-.-' A. C." Hardy, of OnL, sold a Holstehrbull calf: for Once 1 was arranging with him about a handlclp compfUMnn when he'said: "1 really think all compet- itors should he played from and when 1 said that every mumber could not foe a sc'ratcn player, he atl- mUled that, out added he did not con- sldei1 It any honor to win a prize un- less it was won from scratch. The (itfferfint points of-the game :bal he men HOBS such as lempcra- nent, "respecting enemy- loo much" nolJcJng dtelancea, and" keeping Ihe ead, I will write on sorna other time; tjyt would just like .to aay in regard lo his rertarfca about friendly games on which Ihere should nlwaja' be a small ataVe; I 'entlrelyVf ajcrce ball fa curiflclenl. In friendly matches T liAve '.von dozens of bails, also loal dozens of them. There; ia not much JntcreaL for a scratch play cr to play with a bfg handicap player unlosi ho U giving thft Handicap Ms opportcnt is entitled lo; and If there ere ani aU'cdnywilencjeai add the .club parties. The work of the city uommiaelonerB at the Jake thla year Has not been In vain. now under con- trol and thcfc.'hag an Immense SEpVlCEJTAHON. HENRYTDENN' f Proprietar All of and Repltred 311 7t'h atreet'8. Phont Packed gunny And the fly Never did find it We thank you. Weekend Outing fey Haying your Car E With ires'' tW all At be.t makes. AH sizes. Baalim Motor Co. 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