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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE IJrS'HBRinGE MlLV HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920 Fleetwood In Lead In Sports ___ Been Declared Champions .for School Year Ending June 30. CAFF (By ttoehrood scholars made a ig in precUcaUr eiery line of they tied for firrt place In Intermodtato I wo projihesied oas (Time risiit. Yon i-Kce.-j'L'cr 1 Mid If tho Bluce don't tbo VcU will. Well tier did. was a record a once u rosins crowd. The pi-zt band died before hall Ucie. DOTO .Ulan tolii flim Joco that the ctrepch. c( the horns west right through Wui and buttoned op at the 1 j( wjlh av o! ond. their handicap tbej uijdt; moet points at, the annual Held day. It ins decided last fall to (riva points for ill kinds of sports and physical work throughout tho school jear with the Idea of showing which school has best all round athletes. To make ttie competition at- fair to tbo small school as it Is to the larger oara. the variocs schools were handicapped t-ordins to the nnmber of scholars en- rolled. :The following gives tic tola] num- ber of points made by each school, in- cluding their handicap: Fleetwoou. 1-3; Westminster. SSI; Central. 37S; 253. Without tha they are as follovs: central, 331Vi: Fleelwood. S002-3; Westminster. 19S2-3: Uil- oraith, 112 1-6. lles. LLS thev j.lsyed nilcst the CaJ- GOLF was oae hole Brans coulci not imll him out of. Tlvs balance of the month will up with piaj- In the qualifying round of tho Cf.ptaln's Jnljr ShieJJ. medal rlay. ckjr cb.3mpionib.ip. Play yonr game member has a sovJ ?hovr. I The will he post- I Thursday "roornlnj in tbe i-lnb Medicine Hat Visitors Win __ Out Of Ten Matches shine, shsve. c.'ena-UD tor Medicine Hal. i Timbor no! there, at tha right tt tns right Ume the score would hayo bwa ditJereaL The cup not won yeL The Saints, aad C H- yet to bo reciooed ivlth- t here we will mate another Tha frame for the final win be better game than last nlK (By J. K.I Beaiily awkward lo be ia. you know. ce'.all your as H w-rv. The slaugh- ter was terrlfii1, only a tew us c-s- belns tistaliips. the rjfct arc ilck, quile low fpirits. Our estimation u( o'jr Kbiliiies as golfers has sav Ihp box scoro. or what they call tlie horrible ul a golf com- pciiiloa. how complete was our hutubllDg. II was perfert weather, that is really Ike ooly detail of the two dsys that was really pleasing. If it had blowing well, let that pass, it Mr. MrLortv Mid that aany a on the him around, B.S he thought, to fee him piaj-, but one day Ua nnd fell j and cct Wmsr-If .iu'liU hip joi-tet a spilt It all, arj4 the crowd .lisp'.-ri- Tba Bines meet the Beds again I different. The and we hope to see the former j grgfn3 fairway? splendid. pot up a different gamo to last night's, j visitors made the ttst use of them I your thelceljoraporaied last are all ploaspil 'they get out on VTiday and i-eaicmber, ]cnio.ved themselves. Thcv lost a lot j "You can's Uke it wilh you wiie" jn the ditches and !bc- :ake; I yos die." so wo. lake Is gettins more I t valuabie every day. 1 addel SI.S4. lu- [cluilins 14 cents war las. to its value Tours to a ciudei. Worn is done From morning till night tilt housewife works and without exercise outdoors and fresh her blood becomes thin Hud her cheeks pale Dr. Pierce's myself. ob. Am I oror or real thrilling wheu your Play iMhe Qualifying Rounds Starts.iri Scores Poor. MONTREAL, June I'S.-l'lsy In the ball hits the. What ho! i jp< in iKo In the she '.ualifyiog round of tbo CniHulwn a ma, golf champ otis up at Bea- wiu, nin1 urn. is At this time of the year most people feel weak, tired, Usfes. their blood is thin, they have lived indoors and perhaps expended all their mental and bodily energy and they want to know how to renew their energy and Etamina, overcome headaches and backaches, have 'clear eyes, a smooth, ruddy skin and feel the edril a ration of real tingling thru'thbir bodies. Good, ricli, red blood is tho 'best insurance against ills of all kinds. You are apt to fall a victim to any disease if your health is run down. Purify the blood with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover? ind you can defy many diseases. This is the time :o clean house anil freshen up a bit Drink hot water a half hour before mcab, and for a vegetables tonic there's nothing better than Dr. Piercc's Golden Mcdicsl Discovery, tho old-fashioned herbal remedy, which; has had such a fine reputation for fifty years. It contains no alcohol or narcotic.- aad is made into tablets aTd liquid. Send 10 rents to Dr. Piercn's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. The scores made by westerners in tb.8 Qualifying round, first SI to Quali- fy, were: F, F. Tribe..Norwood. S5: J. T. Culh- berl, Winnipeg, 19; T. Gillespie. Cal- gary, S4: Douglas Baird, St. diaries, 85: C. W. HaKue. Calgary. S2; K. C, Allen. Winnipeg. SC; K. C. nruce. Nor- wood, 06; P. G. Hale, Winnipeg, S4: 11, c: Russell, Whitlock. Pi: A. Campbell, Winnipeg, 90. GREB fs WINNER June 20. Harry Greb of Pitlslmrg, outfought Frank Carbone ofrJcrscy City here ast ID a 'fojrotiud bout. v Grfb T.-eighed 165 pounds and C'jrbone 15S. have LAKE VMNDERMERE CAMP. taltora find :TI La'rfe Wlndcrmtrc Canlp a model summer 5ronnd. j NcsUecl rislit in ll.o heart ot Hie on Hie Our Wei ia writing that bunk is j weatbcr condilioiif. to get your rclaxed.'EO as lo bo j Onc imndrea forty-one players unprepared wheu wo slip ia a para- wcre compete in this graph setting oufin cold figures just j rounii scores turned in what the horrible details were. i were no player approachics par lu the matches, hole I {ur 72." Medicine Hat wou six out of ten, and ail square on one of tho others. Light- ning calculator us a remainder of S. Yes, that's correct the .very first time. Lethbridga won three, Dave Humb, R. J. Dinning, and W. J. Xelson' beins the' blooming Casabian- cas who refused to give up tbo ship. .V. T. was perfectly Jalr to all concerne-3; he halved his match .with Doiyson. Then, in the two-ball foursomes Lethbridgc did much belter. You see. TYCTP onlyi five matches, ,so we conMn't possibly ItiFe so many as in the mornlne. But if you're a percent- age hound, we only batisil 40 per cent. to J'ediclno Hal's CO. That sounds lot bctler. but the results aren't excellent at all. Here are the (i'.ayers who went around the course the visitors, with a few of the other details. Hume vs, Evans. L. McKillop vs. lieveriilee. M.H. Turner -vs. Short, M.ll. Macleoil vs. rxnvson. Square., Mara vf. English. M.H. Iloiil vs. iilpLuly, Jl.H. Dinning vs! JlclXinalcJ.tJ.' Pennefatbcr vs. Blanchard. Jl.Hr Nelson vs. ITardlng. JA. Foi vs. McCallum; M.H. Two-Ball- Foursomes Tlume arid Menzie vs. Deveridgc and M.H. Craig p-inl KlrSham vs. Evans and Short, Macleotl and Mara vs. English and DO-.YEOII. L. Car'nsrry and llincfcs vs. McLarty anil Blanchard. M.H. Mnir and Thnmpson vs. HarcUns McDonald, L. Mr. Heveridge did one round in the morning in a 3S. Yellow fever is believed to broken out at Yera BlanchaM on nsfccd how he Yftr.A mtr fairway, fiairt iic war, no i jii.iEP. he was only on it a couple of limef. but cur was Hercc. i lii.-hnp" IHrding admits he plays I hut vnfnses lo bo coTivurUinnal. lie Fiiitl, when 'I want 'tn lie i iSntoly sure of my drive nsn my "putla." l a nupll of Mr.dic-inc llst'r I "Clilc'k" "Toney" Kvsns snvsj j tho "Biphnp" is neutral, asi 1 to the rlub he TIPP.S. he ?buts his eyes' anfl pic-kF ono out of the j i Ihoie nr-ver is jiny got to rlo th? work. Th" he enjoys l abniii the is Uic "frctdcin of Hnio.- i- renlly be.liififuK tbn crisp. j flnH of his ,T jey p.-tR one! in the t J.GORDON, Ticket 'Agenl Phone 512 I Tli" visitors were cnterfnlrieil to j Snltirilfiy rveninp nt tho Silver Gfill. rinil Xcss fif the pnvllton provided a enjoyable lunch ou j S'nnflay. A trip Ko. ft nilnn vcas tafcen I Sunitay evening. Harding said that 'ASH clay is the least wel- come day of the week in most homes, though sweeping day is not much better. Both days are most trying on the back. The strain of Ironing and sweeping frequently deranges the kidneys. The system Is .poisoned and baefca-jhcf. rheumatism, pains In the limbs result. Kidney action must be the liver awakened to action and the bon-cls regulr.icil bj-t such treatment as Dr. Chase's Kldr.cs'-Llver .JHII-. This favorite prescription of the well- known Ilcceipl Tiook author will not fall you in the hour of heed. a doif, a boi at tit dealers, or EdmiDSoD, Bates k Co., Ltd., Toronto. Remember the Days when You were a Remember those exhilara- ting bicycle rides in the coun- try and the picnics under the Those rides to fisK- ing holes up the Those thrilling coasts down the You were "bicycle crazy" those days, as your boy is now. Remember how you pester- ed your dad for a just as your boy is doing now. You can't blame him, dad. It's in the blood. You might just as well get him a bike now as later. And while you are about it get him a good .bicycle chat he will be proud one that the other boys will- guy him about. You wouldn't push a hard- running bike yourself. Don't inflict one on him. The boy is not as strong as a grown man. Don't overtax his strength. Buy him an EASY-running a C. C. M. C. C. M. Bicycles run easily because they are built of the highest grade materials. All parts are accurately made. They fit together per- fectly. The machine runs true, The bearings aire case-hard- ened and highly: polished. They run with utmost smooth- ness. And they 9 continue to nin easily' for years. That's the difference between a C. C. M. and an ordinary bicycle. C. C. M, Bicycles are also equipped, without extra charge, with the new Hercules Positive Drive Brake the Coaster. Brake1 without a side Take your boy to the C.C.M. dealer's. See the different models. 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