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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNK 20, 1017 the urniBmnr.k daily heralh page tiirer it BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus ----1 JOST THINK*tflft.dKiqS-. m THIRTY >fE/\R*> OLD -DON'T XOO THINK \ HOL& /NOE WELL i Do-"TOO HNVE BEEN THIRTT FOR II_liLl me f\ Book ever** MT-TOU MU. : > �: < : * ? � (By Chick Evans Jr. To my way oj^thlnklng, the right method of learning golf is to get the general ideas of the game from a professional and then to work one's own individuality into the game. A man will soon be able to pick up Ideas from the better players if he once learns to analyze another's game and to recogni7e his own peculiar necessities. Last year at Merlon for example, I had a bad streak of putting just before the National Amateur championship began. It is putting It mildly to say that I was worried. I was playing around, however, with one of the country's best, and I watched his game to discover a cure for my own weakness. I noticed that he turned the blade of his putter a little down, and then putting with-his wrists sent the clubhead without fail through the ball. He thus avoided the fatal stab. His example at that time was a perfect godsend to me and was of special help on the short putts. The point I wish to make by this little digression is that no professional can teach you everything; not in a day. a year, In one lesBon, or twenty, so that you may become a fine player or a champion golfer. After the professional has imparted his ideas the greater part of tho work still rests upon you. A fine golf game results from a careful selection of ideas picked up day in and day out all along the way. You will come out of tho heap if you can learn to reject the Ideas that are bad for you, and to hold fast to those that are good for you. Working along this idea, I purpose to give the renders of this series of articles something entirely different from any ever given before" In subsequent articles, and hope a description of my own plan of work, may bo found instructive. It is playing golf by a system. Last year In my practice before the two big championships that I won, I put down each day in black and white what I had learned In my practice of the day beforp. While preparing for tho championships I practiced every day, and some of my articles will give the notes of this practice. I con sider them an explanation of discoveries and rejections-the survival of the fittest ideas as far aB I myself was concerned. There should bo something in them to interest every student of golf shots. I do not necessarily recommend that all my ideas should be followed closely but I do suggest giving them a little thoughtful attention. These occasional extracts from the Diary of a Golfer ought to possess greater authenticity than tho most conscientious efforts of a man who sits down in his study and tries to remember the way he^played certain shots last week, or monlli, as the case may be. Every Autoist is Pleased with our Accessories and Supplies when he uses them on his Car. He at once recognizes that efficiency goes with our auto supply service as well as promptness and moderate charges. / We have the very latest improvements in spark plugs and all other accessories and a car equipped with them is at its nest in every way. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Msk- -a - -'ltd cu\ PASTMJi ,.,.,. , All our mill'i*;";:. fieii.vjAb&^a*; Jurried^freigljP e.; DONOVAN HAS TOUGH LUCK The hoodoo, or whatsoever you may �ure to call it, that still pursues the Yankee outfield Is appalling. Last Beason Donovan started with six outfielders and then had to drag Rubo Oldrlng from betweon the handlos of b plow. A few weeks ago ho left tho Bouth with six outfielders In ruro Hhapn. and five wookB Inter was forced to piny a pitcher and an iijilelder along his picket range. Tho only nn-Bwer Is to try gas masks and armor Piute, Davis' *TROtf!M$!ffiR" Cigars possess three qualities: 1, Size, most generous, cost considered, 2, Quality, extraordinarily good} mild, mellow,' 3, Condition, prime. Sold by all good tobacconists at 3-for-25c (In 3 shapes). Thrift that brings Comfort instead of Sacrifice THRIFT, the paramount national duty, applies to time as well as to money-to small personal outlay as well as to larger family expenditure. '.'*<�'' �"  Applied to the daily shave, thrift means the use of a GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR The Razor of National Service. 1 The Gillette reduces shaving time to five minutes or less-an actual saving of a week of working days a year! To the man who depends on the barber, it saves still more time, and from $25 to $50 or even more annually. This means the cost of one or several War Savings Certificates, i. Moreover, there is not a man living with a beard to shave who �� " cannot shave better with a Gillette if he will use it correctly-with tho blade screwed down tight and a light Angle Stroke. ... For the thousands of young men just reaching shaving age the Gillette Safety Razor is a source of good habits-not only thrift, but punctuality, personal neatness, and efficiency in little things. For yourself or your son, at home or Overseas, it is a splendid investment. Gi7/e/�e "Bulldogs", "Aristocrats" and Standard Sets cost $5.00- Pocket Editions $5.00 to $6.00-Combination Sets from $6.50 up. Send for Catalogue. Gillette Safety Razor Co. of .Canada, Limited, Office and Factory : The Gillette Bidg., Montreal. 252 53 ;