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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 7.-? AG "Acift SIX" "BRINGING UP FATHER" SATURDAY, MAY ll.TJlK By G. Mc Minus Philadelphia . 200,000.001.00-3 0 1 Faber. Danforth and Schalk; Gregg and Perkins., NATIONAL AMERICAN Won. I>03t. P.C. Cleveland .... .. 12 ,S .600 Boston ...... ... i:; ;i .-.PI Chicago .. ... 0 S .,529 New York .... '.'. 11 10 .521 Washington- .. y 11 St. Louis .'.. . T ;i .43S Detroit ....... , Pittsburg 10 s .5r*ti Ciircinnati .. t ;. . 11 11' .478 Philadelphia ,, S 11 .421 Brooklyn 4 12 .368 St. Louis ..... .. 6 1,5 .280 1 Boston ...____ r� 11 .2�3 Tigers Win Xew Yorki^Jtay 10.-Detroit opened its eastern'Invasion here today with a five to three'Vlctory over New York. The Score*. Detroit .. ... 210.001,010-5 10 1 Xew York..... 000,200,100-3 7 1 Dauss and Yelle; Mogridge, Love and Hannah. Boston Wins Boston, ;Max 10.-Boston broke its losing streoT� todav by defeating St. Louis 4 tb.i. Score: St. Louis X.. .. 100.000,000-1 a 0 Boston .. ..... 002,001,001-4 S 1 Davenport, Shocker and Nunamak-er; Slays and Schang. CleV�land Again Victors Wa.shington. May 10.-Opportune and hard hitting gave Cleveland an 8 to 2 iivicfory' oyer "Washington. The game was called at the end of the eighth inning on account ot darkness. The score: , Cleveland......113,20(),10-S 9 1 Washington..... 000,101,00-2 S 1 Covfcleskie and O'Neill; Shaw, Har^ per and Craft, Casey. Eleven Innings Philadelphia, May 10-Chicago te-gan its eastern trip today with an 11 inning victory over Philadelphia 5 to 3. With two out in the first inning, Walker and Burns both hit home runs. Burns' drive cleared the left field wall, the first time this has been accomplished in the history of >Shib6 park, which was opened in 1909. With Chicago leading 2, to 1 in the ninth, Burns got his second home run by a drive Into Ibe left field bleachers. The score: Chicago .. .. 100,000,020,02-S 10 0 Pittsburg. May 10.-Defeat came to New York in the initial game of their western trip, Pittsburg winning 4 to 2, and breaking New York's long string of victories. Hamilton, pitching foe Pittsburg, scored his sixth, straight victory. The score: -New Y'ork .. ..000,002,000-2 4 1 Pittsburg..... 300,000,10x-4 7-3' Benton, - AnderBon and Rariden; Hamilton and Schmidt. gt; Louis,, May 10.-A single by Grbh in the ninth Inning today scored Wingo wlth/the~rUu;that*fcav6 Cincinnati. victory: 6y erSt. Louis - in a seesaw cDtite'sl'^S'ib 4. It; wn^^'tHe fourth game in as tapjiy^ays" wonja' th* last 1 inning..; .Scopei- .: . ^ ,V . 'i~ ' CtaetnniJi"OQft�00.t)81^5 9--2 'St. Louis 000,120.001-p-4 11 2 Toiifey,' SclijieMer.' Conley and Win-go;, Ames antUSuyder. ,; J . Nb'otiier games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 2. 4, 1; Jersey City 1, 2, 2. Syracnse 5.. 7. 5; Newark 8. 9, 2. Buffalo 6, 6. 2; Baltimbre 3, 6. 4. / Toronto 4, 12, 7; Bihghamton 5, 8, 4. BEING CALLEDIF Joins Up At Milwaukee-Botl� Boxers Now in Armies Just when the fans, wore all set for a grand battle "here next Priilay night betw'ecn Al .-fluas.: .now u. Bom-badier Ross,-, and B\l\y Kvapior,'iho fighting bearcat from MHwaitkeo, made famous by one'SclUitr, a wire came through from Nato Lewis, ttio local' club's ChicagO"l�piBntative. that jiramer liaii-i^Men di-stfted:,. ami would be unable to 'c'tlni6,'"Ihtl{r^;was Abe :?ettst-ot Ui4;!;.^JtnQuiice&e6t;7DS- PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 1, 5, 1; Vernon 0, 6, 1. Salt Lake 2, 4, 1; San Francisco 4, 8. 0. : ' .Oakland 11,42, 1; Sacramento 1, 7, P. C. INTERNATIONAL Spokane 3, 5, 3; Seattle 11, 4, 2. Aberdeen 4,. 5, 3; Portland 9, 15, 3. Tacoma 7, 5, 5; Vancouver 9, 14, 5. AMERICA^J ASSOCIATION Kansas City 0, 3. 0; Minneapolis 4, Jlllwaukee 0. 5, 1; St. Paul 6, 8, 3. Toledo 0, 3, X; LouisvlUe 9, 14, 1. Columbus 7, 11, 0; Indianapolis 4, G, 3. / -'-'-N We are showing an exceptionally fine new range of High Class Neckwear . and a splendid shipment of Tweed Top Rain Coats of very attractive patterns. W. B KESTER & GO. THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHINQ Our Cleaning and Presaing Is Done by a Real Tailor. and rcniiiier. i's oiiev.Wtrl'herl^quarter nifllipn. He join.^ niaily.''6f'^JiiS brother boxers in thie *traiinliig' ctmtps, .�a'd as his caH is, for imiaejaiate-sSfvice, he was unable to fulfill nls engagenient here. The club felt it would be unwise to subs'tituto. so the match is called off. If a^ some later date, it would be possible" for Ross and Kramer to. mix in the squared circle it'-n-ould be a battle between the Canadian army and the American army and would surely be a great drawing card. You Can't Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into It. 'That holds good with cart/tod;-THE MITCHELL Is the'100% ' car. That's why It costs morei.Jlhan |,pm9 kinds; .But ypu,will reinem-, bar the yeara of satlafactory servjce you |)ot out of it lonp_ after you; hav� forgotten what you first paid for the car. Bijou Motor Parlors Limited What I intend to say on the Subject of golf clubB tMs week is principally for beginners. Later I ' may , have sonjething to say to tba older players.. The variety of clubs qn the market is really surprising; you will find all sorts, good, bad andJndiflerent, many of them not worth' the labor Spent in the making. To a beginner looking for a suitable set, it is .most cbnfus-ing, and one could not lilame him, should he pause to consider,iwhether It would be advisable to'try~t() learn a game that required so piany. kinds ot clubs. He niusl feel at a'loSa what to choose when he hears such; names as drivers, brassies.- baffles, icleeks, driving irons, mid-irons, m^shies, niblicks, jiggers, putters, etc., etc.i and it is to save him from any confusion or from being s.dvlsed to buy clubs, which although good,'- enough of their; kind, would he practically no use to him, that I stated last woe^'i that four clubs were sufficieiit tp start with:' driver,-cleek, mid-iron and ; putter. There are'others he will require to get later, but the four m^ntioped are, 1 think," th'b beat for-a'learner:'" The driver shou.lp be,.-i>f -medium wdlglit, the socket hea'd and set-in shaft being the m^t popalar ;(the, spliced shaft is aln\o^ a thing of the past.) As a rule they are mora upright and have a'^different llo than the older style apd�I think they are a decided Improvomon^ on th'e drivers I BtartecJ to play with. For a young person learning the gC[tne, the shaft ot a good club should be well tapered off, but firm and well balanced; a whippy shaft is not good, fpr the reason that the young � player is much quicker lit his swing than the middle-aged or older player. The latter should U80 shafts jwith a little whip In them; a thick oij~ what le( generally termaa a woody jhaft Is |io^. much  � MiKE obWuiN to" New York, May 10-Mike Don-lln for yeaTs an idol of Giant fans, i? to gO'to-.Franco-as,'a' > ? : '> : : > > ? use. If you are satisfied that your club is a suitable one you ought to practice the proper swing, 'not nec cssarily driving the ball from the tee, but have a few minutes' 'swinging every day; a captive ball or a mark on your lawn or back yard will do. This will help to loosen your shoulders and firm up the muscles. Don't stand too close to the ball,-yet don't stand too far away as you are apt to over-reach yourself on the d0wnwar(| swing. I have never advised a beginner to use his driver when he just" starts to play tlie gaho. the reason being that as he does not know how 'to swing correctly, there is always the danger of breaking the .shaft or damaging It beyond repair, and it is very disappointing to break a nice .new club b^ fore you have learned liow" lo use it. My advice hag always beeh to commence with the cleek; it is easier to handle, can stand more liarfl knocks, and la not so easily brok6n; besides it is the most powerful cltib in the bag, once a player know's how to hit �with it, and you will soon : ealize Its value when you have gained a little confidence in your play.- You can then turn your attention to'.the driver i;and with a tew le.sson*.^!' soon be able to use it without fe^ of breaking it.'" ' The cleek. us i have^glready said, is the most powerful club; and in the hands of a good player giyes surprising results. In playing-.through the green a good cleek player.'wlll get as far with bis cleek as manyi players will do with a brassy, and-be more certain of his shot, 1 sdmethimes think that the cleek is not, used often enough by some players; .'they risk playing the brassy when the shot really should be played wltTi._the iron club. In courses where tSe fairway is rough, the lies are as .a, rule heavy and this club I think should- be always used if you want to get distance. The mid-iron is a very useful club ta play with and is easler.,for a beginner to learn; with the.nj^re loft on the blades one canB|/�,jf That is the true golfer spirit.' >, wUn playing''-vvith him give'him 6V^f� jfepcour-agoment and credit for .''gWM.- shots, but don't flatter him, a^j^:!'M> your best to correct him. f'^i^''." , ^i^a^|S^'>^tB .on cmr say I -will ieawi*^r'��Hiie', other time, and will go more fully Into the Dear People,-^ � * � We heard a sad tale The other day; .* * � It's about a man * � * In our town � * ,* He used to be �  � A jovial cuss-    You. know-    Now he's eligible  *  For the Village Grousers.    He sees Through a glass darkly   � Or something like that;    He's not so bad yet As Hlzzoner's friend - * * * , , Who, put through a wringer, ' �  �..- Would come out ��> ' . ... * * �� . Skin :and-bone �  ' *�'� And a hank of hair,  �* . * But he's getting that way � � � And it's pitiful � � �  To see a good fello'w I* '   Grow cynical �   And everything   � So Ve asked a friend    � 'Vs'matter with him?" -v . Aad he solved   � The mystery. And glorious Game of "gowf," * And the light Has gone out Of his eye. And he may uevijr bo *. * , � The same again.;,_ . * -* * Will someone kindly - ' ," � � " %  Page Col. Bogey! . C. Ki 'ilahon, .superintendent for British .Columbia ot the llegisU-ation Act. a])pdlnted Mayor S. A. Shattord a reglstra'r for the district ot Yale. Those Central School "Giants" ot tlio sciiool league, arc surely trying' to emulate their godfathers up In t^-^blg leagues, for (hoy have won both their starts- this year. ' Last night at the ball grounds , they stacked up against Prln-"cipal Brandow's Fleetwood's, ' : and administered an unmorcl-: fui drubbing fo the � tune of ? 23-5. The Fleetwoods had a couldn't get away to their . : usual game. Last year Ploet-> wood, and Central practically tied for tlio school flag; i^iid ? there is going to bo a merry ? battle before this spring's sche-diile is flni.3hcd. : : : ^ �  aUB must be holediout;; no lifting because you'.have only-a', short pUtt, and think you can hole It with the next stroke, you might miss it. In m'atchplay, it the players agre^.to a half or if^one player ha^ pla'ydd; two or three stqpkes more and the hole is given up, then it is not necessary to hole out.. It makes the game more enjoyable when you know the rules, and it,always pays to l�l�y the Gamt. ^  Don't he like .one ot ;the members in the first cluti that-I'joineil, The opnimltted, being aware that some ot the membiars were not playWg accord-Ine to rule in competitions put'up a notice In this club house dratviiig their attentioh to what they knew'.was being done, arid advised oVery%fiem^ier to become acquainted with tite''rules. The jnomb'er'T i-ofer to'was a bit bl: a character.' On' beln^ tbld 'he wouUl have to'read UP'the rules', .said, "1 will dp lid s(ich thing. As'I'Uave plai'-ed golf for three years without knowing the fulen and I am-'well you kn�;w'-It I will learn them now." Next week,"The game and the differed pinversi I have seen," PAVE HUMb. w/Mmummm The Tiflall TraJt aupfUlei direcl from our Vaneeuvtr pnd Wtjtnlptg Watehouus, imurtng prompt utoice and prime condlllon. GASOLENE, and TIR^ -^and the gredieat of^ ihete ... x"'*':' � Gasolene mihkira your car go, , Oa hetpa the machinery. But pneumatic tires tnaka tha'abtcmo^. bil9 not only com/or/o^/e-but poBBlhte:^ To prove it, drive a block at 20 milet par hour on your rims. ' TlM MW ins'inl'VET XDBBEl", are not only'tiraii.btat tlie very b�tt~lii' tirea that the largest rubber Cactoty: on. earth can make. . * Come In and � them today.~"^.W� hav� 'jiifU.':-size and we are lure from 9 a.iiD.'to  |>.ni. - ' iTiieBMlIM MOTOR Co. EXGH ISUT8 FOIinmilDIIE, Mr* 5�MrM ayat "Cut your tfr�i with 10 r' '.:t: ;