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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iHK LKTHBHIDCiB DAILY HERALD JUNE BRINGING UP FATHER By MdMafuts V n OONT YOU OAJJE CONE TO THE WITH ORrr CET A BASEBALL BOXING RACING HSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Forty Niners May Revive Lacrosse May Play Game for the Red Cross The success of the Old Timers base ball team has stirred memories in the breasts of lacrosse players in the city who crossed the jlissouri back j In and theyre talking of staging I a game for the benefit ofthB Cross or some other war fund if enough gutted sticks can be gathered together in one place to allow for the resurrection of the great Canadian Herb Judge Jackson and some more of 49ers got together and while fanning over hard foughtbat tles on the lacrosse field down in Old Cntaria they suggested that such a game be The Forty Niners declare they can gather together 12 players who can lick anything in this neck of the They would like io go up against some of the younger bloods if there are any in the city who know how to handle a but If it is thought that a couple of dozen old players can be and 1 chosen so that a game could be It is eight years since Lethbridge law a game of Thats a long Besides there are hundreds of people in the city who have never seen a good oldfashioned game of la and it is thought they would turn out in especially if they saw a to some fun at the fat parties who would Je playing the leading roleson the We are especially asked to an nounce that Forty Xiners have chosen McKillop as That settles The main trouble will be tq get enough so the request is made that all who sticks that they could lend for the game bring them to the store of Nelson as soon as It is possible the game may be staged next Wednesday night the Forty Niners declare practice would ruin BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Won Boston 21 i604 New 2T 22 25 21 Cleveland 28 25 Louis 24 24 Washington 25 2S Philadelphia 1 2n 10 29 Aberdeen 1 Pbrtland Vancouver 1 Seattle INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 3 Binghampton Syracuse 3 Newark Baltimore 2 Buffalo Called in RochesterJersey PACIFIC COAST Oakland 0 Vernon Sacramento 2 San Francisco Salt LakeLos Vulcanizing that will outlast the many people have been trying to Thats why we want you to our We have an uptodate equip ment and can satisfy you with our expert work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE as well as please your most critical Try us next time you have WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADING AND RELINING Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 6th Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES AUTO TIRES OF SIZES VULCANIZED Bythe Famous Hay wood System RETREADING REPAIRING Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Him Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Motorist Paradise GolfFishing Get fresh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to dis tinctive VICTORIA and wonder ful Vancouver Euro pean our in WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER BRITISH COLUMBIA June de feated Philadelphia today 4 to Score Philadelphia 13 1 Cleveland 9 1 Geary and McAvot Enzmann and I June seventh inning rally gave Chicago todays game over Washington 7 to Score Washington 8 3f Chicago 10 1 Avers and Picinich Cicotte and New York de feated Detroit 11 to 6 in a free hit ting contest this Score New York 14 2 6 12 2 Mogridge and Walters Dauss and June the score 4 to 3 in Bostons favor in the with two men on bases and two Pete pinch hitting for Soth trUtied past Strunk and Louis won 5 to Score 6 2 Louis S 1 Bush and Agnew and NATIONAL Chicago 32 14 New 31 Boston 23 25 22 25 20 25 li Louis 18 2rt 17 28 New June York raised its National League champion ship pennant here today and celebrat ed the occasion with a 7 to 0 victory overy Score Chicago 4 2 New York 8 0 Vaughn and Demaree and Rariden June center fielder of Cincinnati and champion batsman of the National League in sprained his right ankle in the inning of the game with Brooklyn today and had io be carried off the Brooklyn won the game 2 to Score Cincinnati 6 0 I Brooklyn A Common Occurrence WITH THE AUTO OWNER WHO CONSIDERS ANY RE PAIR SHOP GOOD BRING YOUR CAR TO US FOR REPAIR AND ATTEN TION AND YOU WILL BE ALWAYS SATISFIED THAT YOUR CAR IS IN PERFECT CONDITION WHEN LEAV ING ON A LONG OUR COMPLETE LINE OF TUBES AND ACCESSORIES ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR COME AND LOOK THEM OVER STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH Bressler and Wingo Grimee and June a ninth inning rally which cave Pittsburg four Boston won 7 to 6 tieing with Cincinnati for third Score PHtsburg 32 0 Boston 15 i Cooper and Schmidt Rudolph June Louis and Philadelphia split even in a double header the locals winn ing the first game 2 to 1 and Louis the second 6 to Cravaths run in tlie tenth won the Score First game Louis S i Philadelphia 7 1 Doak and Gonzales Prendergust und Second game Louid 13 0 Philadelphia 13 1 May and Snyder Main and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 1 Louisville Paul Indianapolis Milwaukee Toledo Kansas City Sweet June Dear t Chin and Vulcan Have been camouflaging their live burgs But this here town Dont lake a back scat From X Albertans seem to Like our spirits Of hospitality And visit us Quite frequently And go home withspirits But what we want To tell you Is this The other day A couple of Albertans From Lethbridge With a couple of jits Paid us a visit And not wishing To make the trip back Wjth a string of empties They loaded up A couplo of dozen cases Of the real On one The fly cops On the John Bull side Were suspicious And laid a trap At a bridge On the road The jit with the cases 9 Hove In sight 41 And the business find V Of a six gun V Hove over the ridge Of the bridge And as the search Got under The And Innocent Jitney car came along And its innocence Let it by And when the cope Finished searching Jil M They had found mulling V But empty cases t And Innocent looking t Jit 2 Was streaking ii home i WilU Wgli snlrlts Camouflage It was with rather mixed feelings thit read the articles on Games of Golt Ju The Herald last week from tliu pehof the late Sir Walirtr and I hope yati will parrlon llltUi degression on my part this week from my usual golf pleased 1 was to what Sir Walter wrote ou It took me back to my early golfing days also to the days of my and brought home very near to4 me out Iti Western Canada for1 I was personally acquainted with him for nearly seven years and up to the time of his death and have dis cussed as well as played the game with him many many He was one of the best of and it was a great pleasure to meet He lived within 1 miles of my homo and was President and of the first two golf clubs that I connected He was acknowledged by the leading olfersto be one of the best authori ties on the and had published a very fine which was recog nized as a standard He also wrote the weekly golf column in one of the leading daily papers published in his opinion on new golf Clubs was much sought for by the leading as worth much to What lie said and was always mentioned when the new club was put In the For a year or two before he died he was unable to try out of the clubs sent and several of my club also were asked to play with them for a week or two and give our opinion as to their playing It is very noticeable in the article written by him that he had some rather strange and peculiar views on the yet I have never met any player who was more correct In play ing according to the The eti quette of the game was a serious thing him and he would at once check no matter who the player if he broke away from He played for the love of the and has told me often it was practically no game at all if not play ed according to a view with which I entirely Beginners are too apt to think they should play and do just whatever they but It Is very bad fprm and would not be toler ated on any first class course or amongst first class He was never a brilliant the of his health being against j but what he did not know about the game was hardly worth I Still he did enjoy a About winning prizes he cared very and seemed to derive more pleasure from donating them to the clubs ho was connected He presented the club championship prizes Scratch to the two local one a massive solid silver cup of a most unique do the other a silver golf ball mounted with gold figuresj He design ed all his awn prizes and had them mado by one of the leading jewellers in also gave several gold medals for minor One prize he gave was for a pneclub Competitors had to sr rt and play through to ihe finish the same but wore allowed to use whatever one they Once I was arranging witli him about a handicap competition when he said I really think all compet itors should be played from and when 1 said that every member could not be a scratch ho ad mitted but added he did not con aider it any honor to win a prize un less it was won from is a ball on the both players play Of course if the scratch player Is takingout a begin ner to give him few hints on the game that is but In a friendly ganie the small stake makes all the difference in the play as each player has to play his best If ho is going to the handicap is fairly and that is what a player should always aim play hlsbeat and try to improve his Before I would just like to at the same time regretting having to mention that I have heard several complaints lately of members who have been and ignoring the rules of the etiquette of the It is poor sportsmanship to drive Into players In front of you who are keeping place on the although perhaps not going at break neck pace or to play on a putting green when other playem are hol ing simply because they may bo carefully studying the line of 1 sincerely hope that members will give this their serious for If not 1 am rather afrald some one is going to be A blow on the head from a hardhit golf ball is a nasty and dangerous I know that from as I was nearly laid out in the first competi tion that ever I took part Of it was an but had it been one lower down where It hit accident or no I am afraid I would have finished my golfing career and I would not havo been able to write any notes on golf or any other So I would warn the members to be more careful In the One does not want to read In the papers of any coroners inquest being held through accident on the golf PLAY THE GAME IT PAYS IN THE Next week I hope to say something on the great players I1 have DAVE AQUATIC CLUB ARE PREPARING FOR The executive of the local Aquatic Club are looking forward to a very enjoyable and prosperous The water has reached the club house and is now high enough for boating and swimming The opening of the club house takes place on Wed nesday the and in the evening at eight oclock the meeting will be hold when ttie officers for 1918 will be An invitation Is extended to nonmembers to come to the on Wednes day and to attend the meeting in the The Aquatic club is fortunate In having splendid accom modation for boating and swimming and the officers when the public is better acquainted with the facilities offered many will become the club and partici pate In the enjoyment to be obtained at the Jaka there are the two splen did dressing fresh lock era and and the club grounds are idealfor picnic The work of the city commissioners at the lake this year has not been in The are now under con trol and there has been an Immense Fashion Craft Quality Clothes Are made with an eye to the is pro duced as carefully andvperfectly we can tnake And sold with the object of re taining the present customers as a future vTe dont want it But In return for your money we Style and work manship unequalled by of the custom tiilors on the American up KEEL Sole Agent 318 Fifth Street South volume of clean fresh which bus made the lake an ideal for The executive anticipate that this department of the club will be well patronized this and a large float willbe anchored off the boat house for the accommodation of the A number of good secondhand can oes are to be disposed of at a reason able and the Andrew Smith will be pleased to show them to anyone out to the club house on Wednesday and look it The members Will sco you are of sold a Holstein bull calf for to Stuart of Wis SERVICE STATION HENRYjJDENN Prqprletor All Makes of Chargtd and Repaired 311 7th Street 616 The different points of tho game that he mentions such as tempera respecting enemy too much noticing and keeping tho I will write on some other time ljut would just like to say in regard to his rorcnrks about friendly games on which there should always he a small I entirely agree with Ijim a ball is In friendly matches 1 have won dozens of also lost of There IK not much interest for a scratch play er to play with a big handicap player unless he is giving the handicap his opponent is entitled to and if there Packed in gunny sacks And fly Never did find We thank HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Enjty your Week end Outing by Having your Car Equipped With New Tires We sell all the beit All Baalim Motor BACK OF UNION BANK ;