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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX HIE LKTiranitHiK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus BUTGHETERIIl 405 Fifth Street South j i VOKOCR i I Ib Am CKN4CE. OF t- I OUT I 1 THINK iXv. AW THE V-----. OytJA BOARD! KIN 1 CIT OUT TONIGHT? SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Choice Beef Roast 20c Veal Roast ...18c, 20c Choice Plate Beef .16c 1 Ib. Packets Pure Lard, each..........35c Golf Opener Empire Day Handicaps Are Announced The Golf Club has been satTering from the late spring, but now have everything up in splendid shape I for the coming season. The green-keeper is bard at work and will soon havo the greens them- selves playable. A nine-ton roller pulled, by a caterpillar tractor will roll the fairway the first of the week And everything then will be ship-shape tor the grand opening of the season .Tfhich is set for Empire Day. 'i The handicap committee have made ii par score for the course of 6S. This Is so tho distance and strokes will correspond with the. recognized par distances ad.opted the country- It means that the old handi- caps get a boost of 13 strokes for the 18 holes. Following is a-list of last year's players set to toe new par. New play- ers will receive their handicaps as soon as a line is got on their- play: '.Handicaps based on par at OS: Hume W, H. A. McKillop 16. Dr. W. P. Craig 16) H. J.'H.-Skefth IS, T. Macleodi H.HW.-OMenzIe IS, A. H. Held H. Mara 20, W. Crawford 20, H. U J. A. Kfeld 20.-Thbs.iOxland12il't.. M. John- stone 22, Dr. P. W. .22, Don. Thompson 22, j. S. Kirkham U, S. J. Shepherd .34. H. Hlncks 24, J. Muir 24, H. J. Dinning 24, 24, Jas. Chas. Carberry 28, A; H. McCready 27, R. J. Patterson ,2t W. D; L. Harato 53, E. H. Wilson :3S, Judge Jackson 2S. M..Freeman 28, W. J. Nelson 28 ,11. W. Crawford 2S, McGregor 30. W. A. Buchanan 30, IV H. Davidson 30, H. MacBeth 30, M. ,T.' Davles J. P.. Palmer 82. J. H. tfacKay 32, J. V. Manchester 32, J. Bawden 32, Lou Lawson 32, ,1. 32, P. W. Pennefather 32, H. C. Dalgelsh 32, II. Hyde 32, J. J. Mac- Donald 32, A. B. Hogg 38, H. A. Smith 35, Ir. 111am 34, Tjr. J. S. Rlowart 35, W. D. King 36, Fred Kenny M, Geo. Jlorrls 36. Don McKlllop 35, W. A. H. Cocq 35, E. C. McKcntle 36, H. V. Gib- bons 36, It M. Mvlngstoae H. 0. Clarko 37, J. B. Turnoy 37, E. A. Kwart 40, Dr. M. J. Gibson 40, Her. A. II Benoon 40, D. Fl. Tales 40, J. F. Thompson 40. J. 0. Robertson 40, S. T. Halpin 40. The competition committee hire jireaoatefi a very attractive and Inter- esting Imo-up of competitions, In eluding medal play, holo competitions, antt match play against bogey. Two hall {oresomE competitions will be ar- ranged later In the season. Victoria Day, Dominion Day, and Labor Day are set for the big oveatg, but every month holds Interesting work for fhe would-be "Chick" Evans. The details of tho bill of faro aro as follows. Cut It out for future ref- erence: Golf Competitions 5iay cup. Medal play. July Shield. Club cham- pionship. Mddal play. Labor prize. Medal play. Shepherd following 15lh of every June 16th; Sat.. June 19. July: Sat., nth; Wed., 21st. Atigast: Wed., 18th; SaL. 21st. September: IBIh; Sat., ISUi. Match play against 4 points; 3 points; third, -2 points; fourln, 1 point. Captains'- prizes-Hole June, July, August, September. Final play-off In October. Qualifying round scores to qualify for match piay; play-down each month. Four monthly winners play finals In October. Button as the qualifying round for captains' .prize, on (he last Wednesday and Saturday of the four months, June, July, Au- gust and September. Members aro requested to cut out the list of competitions for future ref- erence as It Is unlikely that they will be .again published. The Lelhbrldge Golf Club are enter- ing a team for the two-ball foursome tournament for the Calgary Herald cup, to be played at the St. Andrews course, Calgary, on May 24th. O'Dowd Loses Crown Boston Unknown, Johnny Wil- son, Gets Referee's Decision in 12 Rounds. BOSTON, Mass., May Wilson, of Boston, won the middle- weight boxing championship of the world when he was awarded the referee's decision tonight over Mike O'Dowrf, of Sk. Paul. The fight went 12 rounds. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Cincinnati i Brooklyn [PHtsburg i Philadelphia Won. Lost. Pct. .01! Victorious Falcons Homel7th iMonstcr Civic Keccpfion Will Be Given World Champions in Winnipeg. 1! a samo proposition, as they are having] trouble with their grass greens. i st. Louis 7 G s 5 11 10 10 .412 Tho Fe'rnle club have granted tho! Pirates .Beat Cubs Attain. PITTSBURG, -May srg fr privileges of their course to members fouled Chicago for the second tlmo of the Letbbridgc club. The compli- at home, 3 to 1. Cooper held! inonl, o( course, was returned wUhjtbe Cuba to Jonr Score: HUB Chicago Slay Winnipeg Falcons, world's hockey champjons. are due back In Winnipeg Irom Ant- werp about May 17, according to wont received here today. They sail from Havre on Wednesday night for Mont- real and will return to tho city via Toronto' and Chicago. A monster civic reception awaits them when they arrive here, and each member will be piesented with a gold watch. As fast as ft is possible, Improve- ments and conveniences.will be added. Those already set for carrying out are a practice iiutliug green In front of the club house, benches at tho first nnd sixth tees, planting of trees iiiound the club house, a cinder Walk frotn the club house to the ninth green, anil a instructive signs, brushes and water at each of the tees for ball- cleaning ami other general holp to soiling comfort. 1 4 .0 S S 0 OTarrell; The fflembership.fee is men, ?5 for ladies, with a straight to cover man and wife, or -lather and For iieglnhersiwh'd want to try the ganig opt. a. 'monlh'ly feo of J2 for; the "nrst month -W "apply on eeason ticket If desired.'" Tho above compellllon Is under the auspices of the Alberla Associa- tion, and practically all Alberta clubs arc entering. It Is hoped to collect a number of second-hand clubs to-be .turned over to the green-keeper for safe particular- ly to beginners at a low price to off- set the high cost o! golfing for those taking it Up for the first time. Any of the committee will be glad I to give any information as k> joining up. and are authorized to' take'-the membership fees. The committee aro as follows: Supt. Pennefather. H. A. McKlllop, Dr. W. Craig. Jas. TXwson. Andy Mara, W. J. Kelson, David Hume, H. W. Men- zle. J. S. Klrkhain, and W. Crawford, 1234 6lh Ave, A, South, secretary- treasurer. Tho committee aro In receipt of numerics commnnlcallons from clubs north, Eoutli. east, and west, as to our famous sanrt and oil greons, These are becoming so frequent thai Iho sec- retary contemplates willing a booklet with the desired information. It pays to advertise, and full Instructions nro sent to each correspondent. Swift Current has beard the good news of sand and oil greens for the west as manufactured In Lclhbridge. The Calgary Golt and Country Club are sending a man down to study tho My Head Aches this Morning Hearing All This Talk About the Overall Craze. Of course we cavvy a full line of overalls, but who wants to wear overails when at a reasonable price you can buy a first class suit of clothes at Thaeli's. tPT 1" lalloicrl sttJli, Main ilir-ir Ahajic Only Uiftboat of ai'3 user] .nils are tnilorf..! cwrcctly by tailor, .who take a pride in thnlr work ore CharSfKl 'I'laiitj aud workman. ,Tho will please you, so dn no: and PHONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 31S FIFTH ST. S., LETHBHIDGE Pitteburg and Cooper and Schmidt." Senny Kauffs Bat Did It. NEW YORK, May G.-A single by Kau? In the first -Inning that scored Fletcher gavo the Giants the margin they required to defeat Brooklyn by a score of J to 1 lliis afternoon. Scoro: ail.K. 171 OUR BUSINESS- Will not grow just because men wear clothing, and we have it to sell. In ihese days of keen com- petition we must go after the bus- the goods at the right price. Wo can't sell straw..hat3 In the winter or fur coats in the summer. But we can slvo you honest value for every dollar you spend we are trying our best to do it. will not bny interior cflr. Iray NOT the samo Quality goods. BERT KESTER'S Alexandra Hotel Block MEN'S SHOP The Hcne.of 20th Century Clothfns On the Corner Douglas and Champs Shut Out ST. LOUIS. May Louis de- feated Citsciuaatli liie second gaiiie 4Jf today. Scorn: n.H. B. Cinoinaa.ti o 3 4 St. Louis.................. 6 S 3 Batteries and Wlngo; Hainea and Clcnions. Many Errors PHILADELPHIA, May in- oilective pllchlng by and errors behind him gave Boston the victory over Philadelphia today, 8 to C. Scorer n.H.E. S 15 2 Philadelphia jo 4 29 Is Set as Opening Day for Popular Be Big Day. CALGARV. Hay.. Tile official opening of the Calsa'ry City Tciml.i league will bo 'staged Ou tho Calgary lawn courts on Safiirdaj-. afternoon, May 28, when a pickes! Ssasi.from the other cluba In the league will nialcli tiicir skill with- tho 'members -of the Calgary in tho regulation tbre'e- eveni, tournament. Tho opening o( the Iliiaolph aud Oow- tly; Smith jind Tragressor. LONDON'. May Canadian Associated Scottish sue association gamo played, today re- stltc.i In a win for Albtou over Lanark hy a scoro ot 3 lo 2. American League Calgary Lawn Itself also take place cm tills date; and all tola this will he quite tin event in city tennis circles. The mayor and other oCiicials will be the guests of tho tennis boys Chicago 10 lioston 13 Cleveland J2 SL Louis