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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY t, 1918 UP FATHER11 >y G. McManus Vt JERRN i FOR YOO I MOVED AWM OUT HERE ON POR5X5W JOW TO FROM TKObE HORRID FWENMj THE NE TO I UNE I WANT OOXi TO 00 THE QN TTHE mvJDi Tjta nc OLDPAIA: tote BASEBALL BOXING RACING rSP HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Unto Us Is Born a Golfer And a Scoffer Falls By the Way rusty pal of" yours if you hadn't mown there was in his make-up that go-get-'em stuff thai makes him a pal worth while. So it goes; very casually and most offhand, of course, strings out what he wants to "How many cla'os do you "Where do you get is the "What's a real good scoreV and so on and so orth. You know the line! Then along o ward s the last hole ho bas really warmed up io his job, he will ad- mit, even to you, that golf is not such a fool game as it looks. 'ore you'-have given each other the 'so long" and "be good" the fare- well of, pal ship, Cor the evening. He las-made a date for. Sunday after- noon to go.around twice. Nuff Unto us a" golfer is born and j scoffor is buried- Jus! another golf widow to mourn, but, at that, she ahohld Hubby' is a real guy "now. He plays golf. "Ob, boy! aint it a gr-r-rand and a glor-yas (By J. S. K.) TOI; KNOW THIS FELLOW! He is one of those.pals of to whom you have been talking golf for 'steen months, without getting very far under his hide; the chap n-ho puts you oft with that' -'old as Adam1 stuff, sc called .humor: "Hit the ball walk a Hunting for a, pIU in an acre "Xay, kind friend, nothing so "foolish for yours etc, etc! However, one day finds him on the first tee In his old svreater to satlle the thing with you for once and for ever. He has come to please you, or yon dragged him in by insnlt and brjle force; however, -holding that trusty old driver of yours, that yon prire so much. He looks a little foolish with It in his will admit. He isn't sure to carry it like a cane or-a gun. You're doing a busy itttle "Rastus" up iiaw ,pill hacking off, afterwards'saying, "All "Fly'to "Give it a ride.' Friend Scoter is feeling something like a; condemned man vainly trying to be at ease, saying foolish nothings. However, at last, after, much sbuf- fling and sawing and more foolish palter, ho swings. Crack! ZOWIB, that old pill lakes a long, graceful as an arrow, away up the fairway straight -for- the green. You're sliouEErig "tine a 1 knew you conld do it." Frieni! Scoffer is silent. It's one of THOSE times, milestones Inj every man's Hfe, like getting married, being let! a fortune, or when the- purse says '-'It's a hoy.11 That old pal of yours strains-his eve till (he little old pill has bobbed its last and he tnrna with that "I ca.me, I eaw, 1 conquered" grin. You know-'bis old lieart is a-ihruin- .ming and a-drumming just as yonrs did on that selfsame occasion. Well, you're awaj! Friend Scoffer lakes for the lirit time in his life, the iron, the putter aad posaibly a mashle into those ones unbelieving .....___ hands of his. Ho U we and an Illuminated" address by tho will admit, but ho wouldn't be that (Canadian Red Cross staff. It is" not .with any pretensions of being-an authority on the game of aolf that I. consented to write these irticles fr.r-.ycar sport page during the golfing season, but simply to en- deavor to give a few hints on how to jderstariil. and know what results you can get with them, you will be sur- prised how soon you will ba able to return a respectable card. Xover miss ao opportunity of playing witb a player better than yourself, yel don't play too ofieii with the same jjbver unless he.isrrauch'better than you are. Watch closely how he plays every shot find practica them latar It is cot likely you will play them so well, but It will help much to Im prove yonr game. Hemember when playing" to keep your eye on the ball hit easy, and don't press to get UIs tance. That will come In good time Try to hit every shot true and keei POLES TAKE IT London, Mar despatch Kfev to Copenhagen as forwarded in an Exchange Telegraph Der.patcb .says Hint the Chblm district, under which the Brc3t-LltOTak treaty was given Io the Ukraine, has beeu taken over plalely by Ihe Poles. Polish function- aries have neen appointed and FolIsM courts have baen established, MEDICAL APPOINTMENT London, Slay Canadian As- sociated Press" understands that Col. Cnas; HUgetts of loverly coml39ioacr of tho Canadian Heil Cross haa .received a medical appointment unfler the Imperial government. Lady a reception yea- lorday When Colonel Hodgetta was rraaEinted iTltb. some silver articles play the gaao and a tew experiences I have bad in the years or so that I have been playing. I will feel per- fectly satisfied if uir efforts will be of interest or help to the beginner. I believe in encouraging the new member who is taking up the game and will readily give him all the as- sistance and information I can, should he desire it. I consider it is the duty of older members of the club to show an interest In the young .player and to assist him in every way possible to learn the game; tho ex- perienced player loses nothing by do- ing so, and ihe learner, as a rale, appreciates the hints gKen hini Often have f been asKed the tlon, "Whac Is in the g.ime of golf that makes the players so enthus- iastic over a cautious Scot, I have generally answered by if lie or for ladies as BASEBJU1 RESULTS AMERICAN Boston Cleveland Chicago Xe-w York Philadelphia Washington Delroit......... St. Louis P.Q. .750 .691 .545 .40S .382 .35 .333 .300 Yanks Win. New York. May York de- feated Boston (n an eleven-inning game here today score of 3 to 2 jThreo singles by Baker. Pratt and PJnp[ won for New York in tbe elar en til. Score: Boston 000 000 10 1 NEW York ....001 000 100 9 1 (E IELLS1 flush .'anrt -Agnew; Love aud Han-1 show after Mljike anil Dempsey. Defeat Senators. Pfiliailelplila, May Philadelphia a good line, it wiU'saye you a lot o unnecessary talking over the ccurse Get a copy of the rules of the garni and ntuke yourself. thoroughly con verpant wifn them; find out player is allowed io do; and vrlial h MUST XOT DO, and ,stick as they are laid down. Golf, in m opinion, is not worth playing, if not defeated Washington today 5 to S. done according to rule. Be a good sportsman and always play tbe game. like the two players who were having a friendly game. One lost his bail in ths grass, and when the five minutes were, al- most gone Jtime alloyed, to find a lost ball) tiie-'loser df'thfc ball-called to his friend, "Here it is." He went. over and asked where It was, when Hasn't Lost .Confidence in Him- seltV-iyia.v Hook Up Soon Wilh'Torp Jones Tiicre has been a lul of myfilery about Clqnie Tail's recenl scrap wllli Hichie Milcheil in Milwaukee, and the fans hardly know what (o make of it. However, Tall has now given his it in .a long letter to Jhe Sporting Editor of the Ednibnlun Journal. Here Is What he says: "Well, Mac, old boy, I am here in Minneapolis for a few days inak ing arran'semehts to box here tho ong talk. I am going lack tc Milwaukee iu few days, and havs uade arrangements to have anothei alk with him, when I may bo able o catch on umler his management. Managing is harder than fighting ami a man like joues sure can gel you'where you waut anc vpu don't need to worry -about, any- mo giving you the worst of things" Jones has Ihe reputation alway being able to take.advantage of the old percentage. 'How arc things up in Edmon- ton? Would like to go bafck to Al- bcrla sometime in June, as 1 wanl to take a trip throughout Western Canada at Dial lime. 1 wrote to Louis Scaier about II. as he said something about starting another box> ing club In cither Cajgary pr Ed- monton. Give my regards Io all my Kdmonton Tail. Tommy Burns to.. Fight the Boche he was a bal grass, and told that lyini was in the it. The Ever stop to admire a smart, business-like man on trie street? Like the looks of his suit or overcoat; or the -way It hangs; the smart appearance it gives different from tho other fellow, eh? That's the kind of clothing we can furnish you. Good, honest, .stylish, union tailored clothing .at small profit, cash store prices. W, B, KESTER CO. THE HOME OF CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Is'bone by a Real Tailor. 1. You Can't Get Any.More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into It. Tnat holrfs good wilh cart, ioo. THE MITCHELL la Ihe 100% car. That's why It costs more than some Kinds. But you remem- bur Ihe years of satisfactory service you jot out of it long after you have forgotun what you first paid for the car. Bijou Motor Pairlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE STREET SOUTH ............LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. well as' gentlemen have asked tbe ever played, and as I weU'know that'their reply would he In the negative, I always advised them to play a few games and they; find out. 1 am well aware that to the, average spectator wbo does not understand the gamei it may and does appear so-simple and easy that they hare the idea thai there is nothing nothing exciting in it. to enthuse over. They think anybody could hit a small ball a few yards into a hole; just an old man's 'game. Old man's game? Yes. but not ID the way i'uey mean, for it is aljout the only oat-of-door game played that I know which old as well as young men I play and enjoy. I have played on courses where I have seen youths 17 to 20 and old men, well over tlie al- lotted span ol three-scora and ten years, following each other, and In their own way enjoying their games. Meet these players, after they have played their daily round, aa I have often done, and listen to their, dis- cussions of the various incidents that have happened. If it bad not been for the easy putt missed on the last green, and being hunkered at the far out uols with a perfect mashle pitch, and topping the, drive at the 7th tee where you cross the burn, what wonderful scores would bare been made; all records would have sure been broken and such great exponents of the game as .Jamie iraid, Harry Vardon or Handy Herd, were hardly considered in their iaas. It Is the that make ;he difference between a good rount and a. bad one. To the beginner 1 would say; exer else patience, learn to control your temper, End try to remember an> hints given you by an older player they may scorn to you to ho Ineigni ficanL and not of much account, bu you will out very soon; (ha it is by paying attention to th'eae small details your game ing to improve. He the .clubs that a beginner should have to comment wilh, four (4) 1 think, ctee'x. mid-Iron and putter. Ask any caperienetd golfer" (whether you are acquainted with him or not) to KO with yon and select them. 1 am certain he will willingly do so, and, being a player, vill know the clubs that will fuit you, antf yon what to boy. Don't get them heavy; nice medium weights are tho beat for a beginner I have, seen the alocss In the local and ono'tan get flit reaulro to start, the game. You take a risk of helng badly bit- ton when you send away for thorn, ht la not necessary to buy most expensive, neither Is it advisable Io buy tho cheapest. Good cluba wlil be the most uatishcloty in thft end. Hall a dozen of tho cheaper balls wilt rlo to begin with. Practice, the swing and gut ac cnstomu] to your clubs before try ing to mako a UTien you un friend looked for a few seconds and then said: 'Eh man, but you are an awful liar, for I hareJ got your ball In toy .pocket" Don't forget that golt'Is a game ol honor. fair and win fair'1 should be your motto. 5 Next week I will write on clubs and some points In the game. HUME. Score: Washington 300 000 102-5 13 2 PhM.adetptiin ,...201 010 S 10 1 Ayers, Shaw and Ainsmlth; Myers, Geary and McAvoy. j Hit three Pitchers. D el roit, il ay 3. I lam m erin g tfa ree Detroit pitchers' for a total of twenty- five hits, six of them for extra bases, Chicago scored a 10 to 3 victory over Detroit today.' Score: Chicago 150 203 25 0 Detroit 3 2 Williams and.Schalk; James, Hall, CpTelesklo and Spencer. Indians Defeat St. touts. St. May St. Louis out lilt Cleveland today but timely hitting by the latter team, coupled with Da- venport's wlldness, enables Cleveland to win 5 to 4. Wood starred at the bat, getting two doubles whtch drove In three of tho visitors1 runs. Scoro: Cleveland ____ .'-.000 320 9 1 St; Louis 100 001 4 12 2 Groom, Enzmann, Coilrabe and1 OV Xell; Davenport, Houcke, Rogers and N'ljnamakor Camouflage Lelhbridse, Alta.. May 4th. Dear a line To let you know This col. Is not dead. A look at thla page i Will tell the tale. When golf Interferes -with business-----" You know the rest But we have Friend Hume and J. S. K. Writing golf dope for us leaving 113 more lime To learn the cusied game. We s_ay "RuseerV j Advisedly. K 11 In thrice He, who playti. i At times profusely. He who plays alr more profusely While trloml wire, 'Jvil widow, No doubt rnssea pxtoinporflricmisiy This Is not Mere camouflage Kind Though all golfers golteri Camouflage. Know-Ins you arc arfi here again, .you: f. New York..... Chicago Philadelphia I'ittsburg...... Cincinnati ___'. St. Louis Brooklyn Boston........ NATIONAL Won! Lost. 1 3 C 10 10 11 P.O. .928 .571 .545 .466 -.275 .276 .215 Seven Straight. Chicago, May won its seventh straight game today, by de feating Cincinnati 3 to S. Score: Cincinnati .......ISO 000 1? 2 Chicago .........OM 210. II Bressler and Wtngo; Hcndrix, Wca ver and Kllllfer. Bunch Hits. Boaton, May York biinche hits off Neht In tho first and fifth In nlng and defeated Iloston today 5 I 1. Scorn: New York Boston ...........000 100 S Denton and fiariaea; Nehf, Cans van and Wilson. Defeated Phillies. Ilrqoklyn, May defea ed Philadelphia in tho opening gam of tho series here today, 5 to 2. was the. vlsllora' fourth straight d feal. Score: Philadelphia .....000 000 S Brooklyn ........120 000 10 Mayer, Tincup and Burns; ('nomb and Whltlert. St. Louie Won. Pitlshurg, May Louis wb fr6m Plttshu'rg today f Io 040 10 Pltlsburg ........OdO NO! 6 lloak and Rnyrter; Miller, Sandc and Schmtdf. I sure luoks. ;a real fight and like ifemps.ey's changes R5 I saw him box u few times In his training quarters arfd- he certainly i.s Ihere. They will. draw record crowd. I was supposed to. box Ritchie Milcheil again on-May 1st at Milwaukee, but they postponed it as Mitchell had his nd hurt in 'a bout with Solly irns the other day. If he Is not ady -liy the tenth-I will-box either etc Harley or Touug .Krne in MJ1- sukee .on' lhat date, in the mean me I expect Id box In ellher' Des bines or Watterioo, Tows, as both ties have made mo good offers." "In my bout with Ritchie I did ot get h square deal as I was not urt when 'they slopped Was re ready to go and was surprised hen Ihe referee declared Kim, the Inner. knows how they vor Mitchell in Milwaukee, and cy will do almost anything to have m way. it came off was kc this. -I beat him all tho way and as going 'Stronger and got. a little areless', and! gave him a good wide ?cning. He scpred a clean knock >wn, calching me unexpectedly. He uahea- me as I was getilng up and Id not >ven hit me, when, the re creo stopp'ed Ihe fight. I made uas aboul.'il, and 'he saltl, lought yon' hurt.' The l.ms not satisfied with Ihe decision nd want1' us to go on n'gain. 1 have II the confidence in the world, anc" iel sure! beat him. "Joe PnistineV the promoler, want s to box a's we drew a very 001! house, will do even hctle vlth a return malcll. He says I cat leat Mlichell at he knows what con Illlon I .was in1 when I last. have a.aoclor'g cerliticale to sho was in'.tha hospital the day .of th bout a'lid had doctors in alien dance unlii- twoilioura heforu I en ered the ring. However, there fs n good ntuklng excuses, aild 1 stopped he 'Milwaukee papers from making mention of my Blckness, as it Is my place to tall oft fights It I am not n condition. Well, "I lost no friends a Milwaukee and w.lll be much hel- ler when we fight again." .met a lot of the high class joxers and managers and have had a couple! of chances to ctil In with Ihe real fellows like Tom Andrews and Tom Jones.' Andrews haa too many boys and was talking Io Jones, who has no lightweights at present, Jones, who formerly man- aged such good 'ones as Jess Wit- lard, Ad Wolgast and olher cham- pions, lolrl some, of the boys around Milwaukee that I1 was a comor, and ho ca.me .Jip to see me and had n PACIFIC COAST Oakland 2, Angclca S Sacrswcnlo 3, San Frandnco 4. Yenion I, Ball Uke 2. San Francisco, May Hums, former heavyweight cnampton nugllist of the Unlay .enllslcd in the CanadEan [nnlr.g..' lift report for service a uniform ample enough tor Ills bulk can secured by the British ecrultlng ollicc here, MELT DOWN THE SILVER DOLLARS Washington, May thirty million of jliver dollars have been melted into bullion or mutilated by the government'un- der the new Silver Act, the Treas- ury department yesterday rdport- ed. Negotiation! under way with the British government and other allies for export for metal to be used In coinage. P. C. INTERNATIONAL Portland 0. Rpokanc 2, Tccoma 4. (Only two games pluyeil.) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Ijfluinvhle 4, Toledo Minneapolis Kansas (Jlty 10, SI. Paul 0, Mllnauken Indianapolis 2, Columbus 4. Described aa a fiend for accuracy fn btiilncM dealings, "jUcu.-alo a had ehco.uo passer, got In oalOMis !r, ;THE PRODUCT OF EXPERIENCE lluy a Chevrolet car and enjoy the warm weather. Bcaldos (ha pleasure y6u con ilerlvo from a Chevrolet consider Ibo time you can nave by usltie it in your business. BAALIM MOTOR CO. DQ Nol Forget io Leave Your Old Tiret and Tubes in r Our Red Cross Box. .HOME OF Of UMOH BANK fHE CHEVROLET HArtRY HOI.MAM, Mgr. ;