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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1618 By Me Mantis UP FATHER Ht6 JOT HIM At LAVT MOW CHILDREN HIM INK IN THt AN BASEBALL BOXING RACING HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING OF CAPTAINS PRIZE New List of Winners as Result of Work of Handicap Committee BASEBALL RESULTS Fox Y four three two one An entirely new set of winners crop perl up in the May competition for the Captains which has yet four months to run before the final winner is The handicapping commit using the paring knife with im put a different face on the golf ing The winners of the April leg of the competition did get within striking distance as will be seen by the following detailed scores Han Net Score SO 74 Wljson Macbeth llo Hardie 106 Crawford 95 97 Chaney 101 Patterson 107 McSwain 114 114 Davidson 104 Judpe Jackson 108 108 Toll 114 Reid 99 Tasker 100 McKillop 100 Livingston 118 Macleod 101 198 Kirkham 108 116 Crawford 116 Menzies and had tied the previous week in special competition played off during the week for the club donated by the Consumers Hardware and Menzies won by three AMERICAN 12 6 Cleveland 9 7 New 9 8 Chicago 7 7 6 6 6 9 Louis 5 8 6 10 36 24 12 14 IS 24 30 30 20 22 22 27 12 12 12 30 12 9 18 25 25 78 79 S2 83 S3 S3 S3 84 84 84 86 86 87 87 88 88 S 89 90 91 91 who the Clean New May York made a clean sweep of their three game ser ies with winning the last game of the series here today 10 to The Yankees drove Mays into re tirement In the fifth inning and hit Jones equally Pitcher who substituted at first base for Hoblitzel of drove his second home run into the right field stand in successive The score Boston 300 3 10 3 New 330 13 0 Jones and Agnew Mogridge and White Sex May triple which sent three runners across the plate in the second Benzs sac rifice fly which netted another and bunched hits in the fourth inn ing was enough to beat Cleveland in the first game of the series here to day six to The score 000 9 1 Chicago 200 11 1 Enzmann and ONeill Faber and Pound Three May pounded three Philadelphia pitchers todayand won 11 to The score Washington 021 302 19 5 Philadelphia 101 000 7 11 2 Ayers and Alnamith Garry and Hit May hit Louis pitchers freely this afternoon and won the opening game of the series 9 to The score Louis 000 5 1 Detroit 000 14 3 Houck and Nunamaker Ertcksou and NATIONAL New York 15 1 11 4 8 K Philadelphia 8 8 Cincinnati S 11 Brooklyn 6 10 Louis 5 12 3 13 GOLF IS TRACED BACKT01457 Parliament Ordained that Links Game Should Not Be Played Bunch May three hits and aided by an eiror in the first Brooklyn shut out Philaclel phia here today 2 to Cravath proj vented the game being a nohit af1 fair for Philadelphia when he singled to centre in the ninth with two men The score Philadelphia 000 1 2 Brooklyn 000 5 2 Oeschger and Adams Gri ner and Cleaned May York cleaned up the threegame series here j beating Boston 8 to The score New York 13 1 Boston 000 12 3 Sallee and Rariden and Smith May wavered in the inning today and Louis scored two winning 3 to The score Cincinnati 000 4 1 Louis 001 7 1 Smith and Wingo Ames and Five May Hamilton won his fifth straight game today and lite effective coupled with hard hitting on the part at his team enabled Pittsburg to defeat Chicago 7 to The score fchicago 71 Pittsburg 021 14 4 Walker and Elliott Ham ilton and SMART CLOTHING FOR YOUNG MEN Ever stop to admire a businesslike man on the street Like the looks of his suit or overcoat or the way It hangs the smart appearance it gives different from the other eh Thats the kind of clothing we can furnish union tailored clothing at small cash store KESTER THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Pressing It Done by a Real INTERNATIONAL Spokane Seattle Vancouver Tacoma AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Paul Kansas City Indianapolis Toledo Louisville Columbus Minneapolis Milwaukee 10 BE A REAL FIND Absence of Dave Robertson Gives Youngster a Chance to Show You Cant Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into That holds good with THE MITCHELL is the 100 Thati why It coitf more than some But you will remem ber the yeart of satisfactory service you out of it long jitter you hsve forgotten what you paid for the Bijou Motor Parlors Limited OF New stock took a slump when Davey Robertson quit tho j The bugs who Inhabit the Polo grounds during the baseball season were for they could not figure how McGraw would fill Robbya tril But the problem was soon Shortly after the Giants started to limber up their flip on the Texas front the name of be gan to appear in press reports with As the days went by the scribes with the team increased their verbal barrage in praise of the new CJIant and as the hopes of New York fans In the National league race started their hike back north Ross Young was all the Without exception the critics with the team handed Young a regular job In right field with the Gianis this and if litlives up to the impres sion lie has made so far tHobertson will not be Youngs work so far has outshone that of the seasoned members of the both atbat and in the He all the earmarks of great ballplayer and his work stood so well that McGraw made him the official leadoff man on leaving According to the vets on the team who are strong for the lad who Is playing the rolu of tue missing liult That golf is a very old game is shown by the fact that the earliest reference to the game was in when parliament ordained that golf should not be played In these words Utterly cryit doune and nocht usit In 1491 we find parliament passed an other law to the same How in 1503the king had begun to play the game extensively and there is no reference to parlia mentary The earliest re ference that we find to the oldest golf was in Two centuries later the present Royal and Ancient Golf club was al though It wap not until the year 1S34 that it was given that A number of other now famous clubs were founded in thiese same two cen among the Royal Blackheath Goir the Edinburgh Burgess Golf the Honorable Company of In 1818 and were founded the Manches ter and Calcutta Gutty Ball in In the year 1848 the ball came leatheries having been used previous to thiis A year later a famous foursome was Robertson and Tom Morris versus Brothers in which the former Tom Morris is one of the grand old men of Many trophy compe titions are now held by different clubs in his In 1853 Morris played Willie Park twice for each Park winning both It was not until 1860 that the open championship was establish Willie Park winning That golf was a perquisite of royalty we find ifrom the fact that King Edward then prince of was cap tain of the Royal and Andient In1867 Tom won the open championship for the fourth while in 1S70 his son won it for the third time in succession and became owner of the Amateur Tourney in The amateur championship was not established until when it was won by In 1890 John Ball won both of Probably the longest drive ever re corded was made when Edward Blackwell drove 66 yards from the seventeenth tee at Andrews in Ladles championships were not established ilntll In 1894 the United States Golf Association was putting golf on a permanent basis in the United Thls same year saw Taylor one of the famous British golfing trium wiu his iirst open champion Altogether he won this honor four Braid winning five times and Varclon six In 1895 the American amateur and open championships were ostajjlish It was in 1898 that Coburn Has kell first began to experiment with a rubbercored ball this This ball enabled them to obtain greater The rubbercored ball was not In troduced into Great Britain until This same year the first inter national amateur match was Jt was in 18U9 that the Western Golf association was founded in represented by he has display ed no His form at the they is suited to hit all kinds of and his judgment of a fly ball and the ability he has shown iu gutting under tough ones leaves no flaw lo be pointed out ill his play If Young lives up to his present re putation he will probably rank as the most valuable recruit uncovered this for with Kobortson out of tbo pastime and Benny Kauff very liable to bo drafted at uiy will fill a hole that would have amountedto a wide gap iu the outfield without Council has appealed to 1rysident Wilson to re duce tho cost of wheat Navy Gut Cigarettes w If Per Package of 10 Beautifully Cool and Sweet ing NEW WHEAT CONTINUED IHOSl FRONT 1JAO1 May 95 per of the seeding Is completed All the wheat is Rain will be ueefed soon for the spring Tho fall wheat is 100 per May past two weeks has been used to increase the crop acreage in this the rain and snow of last week only hindered a tew All wheat is sown and the bulk of oats are by now in tho there will be only a small quantity of barley put but from In quiries for seed flax there la an en deavor to put all we can in this mostly op now Wheat iu chitting out some report it abovethe but the cold and frost of last month kept all growth with the sunshine now and the which wo hope will things will be May who suicide in a Chicago hotel lust was In Paul 42 years and has been active in professional basvbnll for nearly 30 He was In the old Northern League and at one time managed the Winnipeg In fourteen years service with the Cen tral Association he won six Early this year he was appointed manager of the Milwaukee American Association but retired when he was injured as a retuilt of a fall on tho due to ill is aacribed by friends for In big found was a letter Indicating he had ac cepted a position with the at Fort BOW Bow May no rain haa fallen in this locality during the past ideal climatic conditions have prevailed for At the present tiniB ninetyeight per the estimated wheat acreage in district Is sown and about forty per of the oat acreage Should rain not fall next week many farmers are contemplating 4uublltig their oat We Carry a Large Range of Spark Plugs for Tractors BAALIM MOTOR Do Not ForgeUo Leave Your Old Tires and Tutei in Our Red Crow HOME OF THE CHEVROLCi BACK OP UNION BANK HAHRV ;