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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .TUNE 26, 1915 THE LETHBKIDGK PAILT HBRALD PACK TRKEB WHITE FUSES 10 BE TO get that child to pose as never child before promise her ft stick of STERLING GUM 5C tomorrow? CHICAGO BOXER MOTS EFFECT- IVE HITTER SINCE WOLGAST- WAS IN San Francisco, Ca1., .June can piny a complete solf game oL' IS holes, using all tlie clubs you like on the roof at a downtown skyscraper here. There are many indoor courses in New York, but San Francisco claims the only real "up in the air" course. The Olympic club is responsible For ine unique course, and has construct- ed a 50-foot putting green of real turf on the skyscraper roof. One of the new driving nets has also been erect- ed and owing to the series of pock- ets of tho net a complete IE-hole game may bo played and the result of strokes made with all clubs deter- mined theoretically. Professionals practice on a course of this kind to be more beneficial for a be- ginner than real play over a regula- tion course. REGINA REGATTA Resina, Sask., June Boat club bolds its annual regatta, on July 1 and if the winning crew inakss a favorable showing, the scu'i- Jers will be sent to Winnipeg for the regatta to be held there carnival Whether the trip will be made depends upon the time made here. c Now York, N.Y., June is beginning to loolt as though Charley White is going to be ;t genuine sen- sation. Not since Ad. Wolgnst was In his in-imo lius flic lightweight class hud -such effective hitter, as the Chicago boxer lias become. Willie's remarkable showing of late is very welcome just now, for inter- st in the lightweights iias been fall- g off for want of a few real fight- rs to uphold the iirestigo of that tli- ision, it had begun to appear as lough the modern, nordecteion bunt ad made good'hitting a lost art. But ow comes White with a string of ockouts, to which even a Joe Gans light point with some degree of ride. He has put down for the count lie last six opponents he has met. Whether White will nrove a front vhcn he encounters, an opponent of landing remains to be seen. That al- vays has been the trouble in the past, .lore than once he lias had a chance o plant his left hook on a chant- lion's chin, and although he nearly ipset Willie Kitchie he made a dis- nal failure of his hauls with Welsh. Even Leach Cross had class enough render While's best wallops uu and void. Hitting Improves. Because of these failures ring fol- on-ers will be" slow to credit White with having any more chance of ana- lexing the title than he had a year igo. Still, there is a reason for his success. Undoubtedly his hit- ing has greatly improved during the ast few months. He has taken, on veight, and although he is in no dan- ger of outgrowing the class, lie is able to p.ut a great deal more pres- sure behind his wallops than was the case a few months ago. This increase of is sure to add a lot to White's confidence in himself, and with more confidence lie will be twice as dangerous. In .ime he may overcome his awe of a .Itled opponent's reputation, and cut oose as free'iy as he does when fac- ing a second-rater. In that case it will ;o hard with even such a clever box- er as Welsh, for it will take hut one of those left hooks landing on a vital spot to spell victory. improvement makes his match with Freddie Welsh on July 3 of more than ordinary interest. A Be.. Inc. III.. Kabul Reduction Jecond Cabin Rates to All Steamers Service ,Mcta81RI> 8 20 Metagima 12 2 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg The Scotch Service Popular for 50 Years Montreal to Glasgow ...ATHENIA 'CASSANDRA July 20 July 30 Excellent cabin and .third-class ac- jcommodatlon. Rates and j-eapectively. j 'Carries cabin passengers only. These steamers are twin screws end are large, comfortable and ver> steady at sea. Service throughout 1 "Donaldson" Standard. -For rates .am other information, apply to any rail road, steamship agent or H. E. LIDMAN, Genera! Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Grsinvllle Street. ALLAN j'fat LINE THE POPULAR Vt" PIONBffi LINE STEAMERS 1st, 2nd, 3rd, SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To July 9..PRETORIAN... Glatgow July 11..SICILIAN .......London July ..Liverpool July 17..CORSICAN..... Glasgow July 22. .Scandinavian.. Liverpool Aug. 1..CORINTHIAN.-.. London 5..PRETORIAN.. Glasgow AUfl. 5..GRAMPIAN... Liverpool Ana CORSICAN..... GUigow Aug. 15.. SICILIAN.....London Aug. 19. HESPERIAN.. Liverpool Full 'Information from any Rail- way or Steamship Agint, or W. R. ALLAN, Gcn'l. Nor-Wwt Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg. REMAffi ON THE SIDE LIEUT. R. A. WARNEFORD Indian-Canadian airman, who on Tune 7th accomplished the unprece- dented (eut of destroying a German Zeppelin with a crew of twenty-eight men. He was killed with Henry B. Needhnm, an American writer, the fall of his aeroplane at Buck, France, Juno 17th, caused by a slight exploa- ion ill the mechanism. Another Kind of Trust Small muvver wants to know if there's a sugar trust? my Jad. Small will ycr trust 'or wl' couple o! 1'ass- Ing Show. Clarence Rowland, a bustier? Non- sense; he to spring a iiat witll a straw erown and a green cloth brim. If he wears that in Dub.uqne, they'll mob lllm. A Toronto dispatch stales "Scotty" i Davidson, .the well-known profession- al hockey player, was witll tho Torontos in the X.ll.A. seasons aso, was killed in the fisUit on June If., while throwing bombs. Another dispatch from Kindlon is to the ef- fect that Davidson was only wounded and is to receive the distinguished conduct medal It is hoped the King- ston dispatcli SB correct. Davidson has been pronounced by close hockey students the beat all around player since the days of !iod S'uart. lie 15 a big fellow, fust, and carries a bul- llet shot from either side. He can play defence, wing or centre, is game ami aggressive, aVmost to a fault. His stick-handling was always the admir- ation of those who watched him play. I If Davidson has been killed, it will he the first professional hockcylBt who has given his life fcr the Empire. Boise, Idaho, June Bar- rieau. the Canadian welterweight champion, won from Jack Collins of Missoula in a. ten-round, fight that went a terrific pace here tonight. In the ninth round Barrieau dropped Col- lins for the count of seven and only the gong saved him. He came back stronger in the tenth, and kept out of the danger zone. Barney Oldfield, tho automobile speed-king, refereed. v REVIVE RUNNERS JN CALIFORNIA i San Francisco, Gal., Jdno 25.-4lun- iiiiiE races, legislated out of Califor- nia several years ago, when batting was stopped, are to be revived in San Francisco with a thirty-day meet at the Panama-Pacific Exposition, be- ginning August 20, according to D O. Lively, head of the 'Exposition's live- stock depar 'Lively said jockey club, which will look after the meeting. would be organized this meeting, week. Golf Expert Gives' a Pointer or Two Remember the Sabbath Six days shall thoti labor And swat at the ball, Thyself and thy neighbor, Thy household and all; But if on the Sabbath The ball path tliou trail, The good Church Alliance Win land thee In jail. FATHER WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR ALL THESE "Something to make the load.easier." "Something to take the quiver out of my bones as I wend my way through space. And thore it is Perpetual live rubber in New Dunlop "felsriess" Heels. 50 cents the pair put on, H. M Dmiioi) Tire Rubber Goods Company, Limited HEAD OFFICE1 TORONTO BRANCHES IN LEADING CITIES .Makers of Tires for Automobiles. -Motor Trucks, llolorr.yclra. Ilicyclcs and Carriages, Rubber Melting, Packing, lloso, Heels, Mats, Tiling, and General Rubber Specialties. NATIONAL Chicago St. Philadelphia Pittsburg Boston New crk Brooklyn Cincinnati During the past len days Providence las crowded Buffalo out of first place in the International. The Bisons riave been going back, and are hard pressed by Montreal and Richmond, who have been breaking a llttie bet- ter than even of Jate. The addition, of Rath and .Ware ,to the Leafs' Infield, makes them look a lot better, but they are still lingering down near the cellar, always their chances of getting much high- er look slim.. Newark and Jersey City are down in the standing, and Boston 040 New York o It 2 Hughes, Crutcher, James and Gow- dy'; Perritt and ileyers. Brooklyn 9 Philadelphia............ 2 3 Pfeffer and MoCarty; Mayer and Killifer. St. Louis 0 4 1 Chicago.............. 5 U Doak and Snyder; Pierce and Ar- cher. Cincinnati vs Pittstourg, postponed, rain. (By J. D. The midiron is the easiest club in the hag to become proficient with, which doubtless explains -why it is so popular among goiters, I favor a club with a 'stilt shalt, the weight of the club being 15 ouncj cs. Too much cannot be said concern- ing the importance -of using stiff shafts in all the olnhs. In playing the ordinary midiron' shot through the green I stand with the ball oppo- site the middle of the body, with the ridit foot slightly in advance of the left. The club should be back until the hands are about "oil 3. level with tlie right shoulder, and in the downward swing the hall should he struck just hclow the hack' centre. Turf should he taken and' the club should .follow through until it is -well the lolt shoulder If the ball is in a cuppy Jic it. is necessar the bal to take a truck tie turi before f> e club should be gripped firmh m the- palm ot the hand and the fingers of the right The club face he taken hack from-the ball at hut should'be. turned 'away "With the wrists. This turning ot the wrists im- parts grace to the swing and com- pels the player to hit the ball rather than deliver a push which has The right leg the left leg no power behind it. should "remain, rigid bending a trillei in the upward swing and stiffening as the weight is shift eil to it in the downward swing Pro per timing of, the stroke is essential If the hands are in advance of the head of the club at the moment of impact a sliced ball is the result. If the head of thcjclub is in advance of tho hands the ball will be pulled. A. common fault among beginners is starting the hands in advance of the club head at the top of the swing, causing a slice. The mWiron is a very useful club for playing th3 short approach or run-up shot against a strong head wind. This is a stiff, arm shot' .the wrists remaining more rigid and the club being brought back about half way. The back swing car- ries the club nearer the ground than in the full midiron shot, and the wrists instead of turning up the ball- is struck follow straight out to- ward the hole. If the player does not carry a he can use. the midiron to advantage in making chip snots when tlie ball is lying near the green. As in tho jigger chip shot .the right thumb is pressed against the .shaft.- It often .happens "that some obstacle stands between the player and the green around which obstacle the ball must he-pulled. To perform this feat, stand with the leit foot in advance of the right, the" ball being about opposite the centre of 'the body. The hall when struck from this position revolves from left to right, the spin causing it to curve around the ob- ject. The club should swing back to- ward the body, and after the ball is struck follow through to the right of the line of play. This shot has saved me many a bole. The New York Giants go along as they have since the season opened, without any evidence of stability. There never is more than one pitcher at a time doing consistently good work. The-Giants are not extending their field of good play operations to eno.ugh clubs to make their prospects hopeful. ,The only clubs they beat with any degree'Of regularity are tbe Cubs aiid the Reds., They have play- ed decidedly good baseball against these tn'o, and have done pretty well against the Dogers, but that lets them out so far as playing of steadiness and quality Is concerned. Against the Braves, Phillies. Cardinals and Pirates they have played well only in flashes and with the flashes short- lived and infrequent. They have ;one from tbe extreme of excellence against the Cubs, to that of inferior- ty against the Cardinals. On the orm they have shown there is small jope lor" them. Considering, oil tho other hand, tbe closeness of the race, he fact that actually they are within close striking distance of the first di- vision, and the .uncertainty ot what may happen, there is considerable hop'e for President Berry of San Francisco has lost J30.000 in baseball so far this season. After this loss he must be a "blue" There is an impression ibtoid tint the winners in the eients at the fair grounds July 1st in conncc lion with t'e patriotic celebration will he presented with ribbons The sports committee turned the ribhon proposition uqwn Good and substantial pruis ivnl be hung up in each I w o in some threo in others according to tbe number of entries p t Lntrints lor the athletic e cnts are urged to their mmrs in be fote the holida) 1hev will be reced- ed bj the sicietai Of the celebration committee Stevens cit hall or at the Foot Toners Third Phone u can t call personalh Olaf Johannessen is again out to urn the Herald cup the five mill It is understood that he will two competitors, but his is the bnlv name yet presented: to the com- mittee Others are requested to get in thftir names without delay. ONTARIO TENNIS TOURNEY Toronto, Out... June Can- adian Lawn Tennis junior champion- ship Tvill be held-on the courts of the Rusholme Lawn Tennis club, Toron- to, on the Dominion Day, J.u'ly 3, starting at 10 o'clock.1 tries will be received up until June 30. AMATEUR BASEBALL PLAYERS PENALIZED Professionalizes Victorias of Re- gina League for Playing All- American Girls Saskatoon. Sask., J.une night Acting President A. B. Hnydou of the: Saskatchewan branch of the Amateur Athletic Union, notified Manager Kane ot the Regina Victoria Baseball club, that all members of the club who played against the A'il-Americari team of girls, recently, have been professionalized, and henceforth any player -competes witll them will be accorded the same treatment. "We are going to make Saskat- chewan take its .place on the ama- teur map along with the rest of tbe said Mr. Ifaydon. "It was decided at the 'ipst meeting to draw the Hues strictly and all teams have nad sufficient warn- "ing." W. 32 29 28 37 25 22 Pet. .520 .527 .518 .482 .4cn .439 .431 AMERICAN L. Chicago U 2d Detroit 36 Boston 31 New York 3D Washington 28 St Louis 31 Cleveland 21 Philadelphia 21 Pet. -B" :506 ,.526 .517 MS .368 .350 New York 5 11 2 Boston H 91 Caldwell, Donovan and Nunamaker; Ruth and Thomas. Philadelphia 1 11 2 Washington 4 8 0 Wyckoft and IJIPP; Gallia and Henry. No other American League games scheduled. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price Lock a man up and he withers. It takes the "sun shine and fresh air to preserve perfect health. The Ford lias opened up the great, invigorating out-of-doors to tlm Canadian of "moderate means. More than fifty thousand Canadians are using the Ford hotli for pleasure and business. f Buyers of Ford cars will share in our profits if we sell cars between August, 1, 1914 and August 1, 1315. Runabout ?540; Town Car F. O. B. Ford. Ontario, with all equipment, including electric headlights. Cars on display and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. FEDERAL Chicago 4 10 2 Brooklyn.............. 12 12 0 Prendergast, Brennan and Wilson; Marion, Finneran and Simons. St. Ijouis............... 11 15 1 Baltimore............ 3. 7 1 Davenport and Hartley; Qulnn, Douglas, Cbnley and Owens and Rus- sell. Pittsburg.............. 6 11. 0 Buffalo...............v. 5 16 0 Knetzer and O'Connor; Allen, Bed- lent and Blair. Kansas City.......... Newark............... Henning and Easterly; and Ra'riden. 1 41 C 82 ICaiserllng W. L McKENZIE CO. PHONE 637. 718 3rd AVENUE SOUTH. INTERNATIONAL Newark........ 3 Providence ....12 Rochester..... 2 Jersey S Richmond 5 Jersey City___5 Richmond .....10 Buffalo........ 3 Montreal 7 AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus___... f> Louisville Cleveland...... 0 Indianapolis Milwaukee.....11 Minneapolis No other games scheduled. 'Mrs. W. Brennau .has received a card from "Bi'jly" Brennan. saying that he is in fine shape. He is with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infan- try, and. was In the bot fighting around Langemarck and Ypres. Thau there will belurthor develop- ment in the Cardston oil field is in- dicated by advice from a reliable source. Calgary oil men have so far been so in the Calgary and Sweet Grass fields that' they have ignored the opportunities in the south-west corner of province. Now, however, Cdlgary-: men with Galgary and Vancouver capital, are breaking into this iicld and are en- deavoring to buy up leases in the near visinity of the Weeks and Do- minion wells. That -they intend drill: ing is tlm opinion of local men who are interested in the Cardston field, and it is probable that there will be n "considerable increase in the activ- ity of the licld. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS'OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our in Bicycle Repiiri and Goods Cannot Be Beat) INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th-Strait Wetley Excursion Tbe annual excursion of Wesley Bible school'will" be held on Thurs-: day, -July 8 Coleman and Crrtw'a Nest, and should be an enjoyable (pit- ing. BLACK WHITE ;