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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta BRINGING UP FATHER MAY By eu i BASEBALL BOXING RACING 3 P O RT I HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Try to Arrange i a Bout for Ross If Bombadler Al ROM can tain an extension of It la potable that a farewell bout may be en May Nefoila tlcrns are now being carried on with looking for ji able Whether the ex tension can be secured or not re mains to be seen as the Lethbrldge fcoys of tneVtth are now in the city on final leave beforegoing to the summer artillery Ross is In great condition and if tn match Is putted off he will give a good of him Camouflage Dear I was in From ChJn This And every time I go to the clly From this here burg I see something And have to laugh And this time 4f I saw that there Garbage truck And couldnt help And I wondered If twas because It cost four thousand That they had to have i tThree men to guard And I says to myself Theres a swell Ami as I stood Gawkin at the contraption Tryln to figure out Where they kept the water For the hyarauflc lift Attout forty or so ffoaieless Hectors along Bound for RESULTS Their regular stamping The city 6fjthem Took ft meal Out of my Ive been wondering AMERICAN 18 10 12 Chicago 12 12 Cleveland 14 12 Philadelphia 11 34 Washington 12 13 Loute Detroit t May Cleveland gained a five run lead in the first three innings today and Philadelphias uphill fight fell one run stlie Indians winning 5 to Score Cleveland 000 102 Philadelphia 000 220 91 Enzmanu ONeill Geary and won a pitchers duel from which gave Washington of the Chicago one Score Chicago 000 31 i 000001 1 7 2 ACjcotte Schaii Shiiw Ain big city Like Lethbridge Jli A garbage truck And We thanTc The Gur They Are Like Hugo declares that the Pirates are SO per stronger than last due to the acquisition of Caton and Earl If Theres Anythiig You Cant Find Take alook at our New Spring Line of Mens ths smartest tine of collars and ties and they are all In the very latest Its time to put on Spring Our variety of cool under wear will Interest a nuniber of KESTER The Home of 20th Century Clothing We have a competent Tailor in charge of our pressing and cleaning took Jts third straight game from of 11 to t Detroit 005 8 JO i Boston 13 1 and Yelle New May York SivLouis here 4 to Score Leuis New 020 2 tDavenport and Nuriamaker Russell Hannah NATIONAL New 1J G Chicago 15 9 Cincinnati l 12 PIttsburg 12 11 Philadelphia 12 i 13 10 Louis S 17 375 A Ticket to Everywhere Goes Along With Every Mitchell Car J i Bijou Motor Limited THE FIFTH tTREET May shut out Philadelphia 2 to 0 today fa a pitch ers Score Philadelphia 4 1 Chicago 000 1 Watson and Adams Vaughn and May Cincinnati continued its winning streak today by taking the game from New York by a score of 5 to Score New York 100 4 1 Cincinnati 000 0 Causey and Ha riclen Bressler feated Pittsburgtoday in a poor hlbition of Score Brooklyn 020 7 15 3 Pittsnurg 0 1 Cheney and Miller Steele and May was Invin cible today and Boston defeated Louis 8 to Scorf Boston 102 11 0 000 4 2 Xehf and Wilson Doak and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo Baltimore Jersey City Rochester Newark Syracuse tin other games PACIFIC COAST San Francisco Oakland Salt Lake Vernon LOB Angeles Sacramento INTERNATIONAL r Seattle 5 Portland Vancouver TacomaAberdeen cold On looking over some magazines this week I came across an article on the game written by Harry Var greatest goiter of the pres ent will give it as he as I think U will be of more interest to the local enthusiasts than anything I can Vardon says there are two sides to ft is a game which exercises the body and diverts the mind it is also a forcewnichatnoves like no other peaceful pursuit on to constant ambition and In ibis latter1 Its greatest triumph is that nobody has ever really mastered 1 think it can be said that every other pastime had its complete In golf the player is offered the op portunity of doing Rxcepf is laid a he no t interference from his rival whUe he is executing hit Far mote readily than any other ought to produce the obviously faultless play er And yet it does not do Even the best golferssink oc casionally to depths of inep U for only one shot and but it is sufficient to them tbat they much at the mercy the gods as long handicap men can say in sincerlety that never have I wholly satisfied with my Even in 1898 and when I happened to be playing par ticularly I always knew that it would be to and tried my to achieve the of greater It is the sec ret of golfs con stant striving after the It Is as strong in the in duf At the end the round there are always memories which bring re One realizes that certain shots coujd and should hare been ac compliilied f to better I have had that conviction at the end of nearly every round I can It is a wonderfftl pantime that im bues every one of its badl or the sup reme belief that one day he will be At various times articles have been written oh the subject of remarkable shots at they have dealt with etceptionally good I think that there IB a human interest in exception ally bad We are all capable of performing and while the duf fer that fact more poignantly than the the latter is by no means so splendidly endowed aa tp be absolutely immune from fooz Undoubtedly the most humiliating experience that can befall the golfer is to miss the utterly and com Even the long handicap play er blushes with shame after all due he swings at the ball and does not touch Confes sion being good for the let me say thatt I himhad the mortification ofinissing in a cham pionship The occasion was the United States open championship tat Wheat 7O YEARS of experience in making Ctfart and the finctt imported for the excellence of the v 02W Everywhere The Trade loppliej direct from tar Winnipeg mi Vancouver Insuring prompt itnite and prime on lu when I was on my first visit to On of the greens I forget which in the third I had to playaputt of less than Sixteen Perhaps I was careless any my clubhead caught in the turf before it reached the nit there Jltthely looking np at Themark so aitonished that he did not to of I Had attempted to strike the so the shot had to go down against It a impres sive lesson to me asto the danger of At the time Taylor and I were engaged in a keen struggle for the At the end ofthe second round I was only one stroke alfead of aiy English rival and although won1 the end by a margin of two this blunder might have been Very often one sees a competitor In a stroke event playing a putt of four or five inches in a heedless The rules say that he must hole out every thing and the formality of knocking the ball into the tin from a distance of a Jew inches is a proceeding about which he cannot arouse any Yet it is one of the few certainties of the game that a proportion of these carelessly played putts will If you want to win at it is not worth while leavinganything to It is not that the tragedy of missing the globe on green presents The raw novice may beat nothing but the air with some of his and second but he can generally be relied upon at least to touch the ball on the putting In way of is rather different from missing the cannot remember having done anything than at the tenth hole afc Scot op the day immediately Ing my sixth victory in the British pen in 1 it hart been nothing worse than medjocre shot 1 have H some I there was no in pVaying my tee knock tlie ball not but Be tween my It gareertrt gaily for twenty behind my and hen went rinto Prtstiniijbly f rnuet have made the contactwith the back heel of the Braid sat the rocks and roll fid with laughter Taylor to the ground and was equally con It was the most amusing thing in the world for everybody ex cept It had even more of the elements of surprise risibility about It than a shot which in a tour nament on the Braid Hills In this cave a player Was standing straddlelegged swinging his driver at the when another ball came dashing between his legs and knocked his own off the As he had begun the down he had to count a AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville Paul Toledo Milwaukee Other games 11 In Chesapeake Bay Retrievers A litter o Four Dog whelped March Tlxir dam Chestermere Babe has wpif 11 firstH ami defeating all Chesipeakes wherever i wo young wholpnd June not broken are full KlKtiis to ClieBtqrmore Babe at All aijuvo are true Chebapeakes in color are iead bred io the and aro rlesqended from Clogs roiu Cnestftpeake aro eligible for registration and a KJX giiiejatiiw with No trouble to unawur RICHMOND AVfNUE ALBERTA the douce do you mean b driving into demanded of the offending Do you call that Solf Individual cro Vardon Incidents that I think these will to let you see that vthe professional 1s as liable to make a bad shot just as well as the average As this issufficient for this I will hold over for some future day what I Intended to say of the leadlng players profea elcmals and even though they do make an occasional bad I have seen them make many brilliant and marvellous I understand there are to be big doings on Victoria 24th mi the local so I expect to see a record turnout of the Be sides the Ewert I have heard prizes 1bope it may be Ifis uit tothe new members to put in two o threeScores to the so that they will receive a A wprVf to the W into form just soon as as have heard I believe there la fn a gentleman intends to present asuit able prize tot competition amongst the lady members So I hope see a large entry when it does couie Let the male members see what yoncan do at the name and prove to them that not che only play ers who can hit the ball far and DAVE Victoria Day RA At Lethbridge Exhibition MAY PROGRAMME Trot Free for Alt Trot or V2 Mile 75fOO 5 Furlong Harness Mile 2 in 4 to 3 to First race called at GOOD PLENTY OF HORSES Admission to Grounds and Grand 50 Cents Children Under 12 Free For Quick and Economical Trans portation Nash Trucks Fit the Emergency Nash Trucks have already established their un usual value in this They are built to meet satisfactorily the demands of the severest truck ser Value cars at volume BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Ftriet to Leave Your 014 Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOMB OP CHEVROLET HARRY ;