Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1946 OUT ON A A TWIG rtk LOKJDtEJC FEXWICK Sereral weeks ago ecl to offer a few words of advice to less fortunate golfers. At that time we promised to write a further ar- ticle on "How to Play Winning in order that- some of YOU, dubs could do as well as some of the rest of us. So here it is, in response to thousands of demands EOW TO PLAY WINNING GOLF: 1." Insist that your opoaent drive off ahead of you on the first tee. Tel! him that you always feel bel- ter when driving off in front of a lot of people, to follow someone who has flubbed a shot. 2. Criticize his swing and offer to help him improve his game. This will make him feel self-conscious. 3. If he takes more than two sec- onds addressing the taMt chide him for holding up the game. If he lines up a putt, ask him whether he ttiiaks he's Byron Nelson. If you do this often enough he will begui tc hate himself. 4 Chortle sarcastically every time he announces his score as the end of a hole. Such tactics will make him gradually doubt his own hon- esty. Dropping your clubs when he is at the height of his backswing iiij't cricket but it is winning golf. 6. After the game has progressed s, couple of holes offer to give him a stroke a hole. Such a remark will hur; his feelings. 7. Never concede him a putt, even though It be of the one inch var- iety." Strategy of this sort will make him tliiisk joa have a low opinion of his game and will unnerve him considerably. 8. Be a gentleman throughout.! however. No matter what sort of a shot he makes always announce in- a loud voice that it was grand, superb, or magnificent. Ee will be lulled into a false sense of secur- ity. 9. As added insurance, and In case none of the above strategies work, tuck a large baseball bat in your before the game commences. WILL TAKE BASEBALL INTO AJFVL. TOTTTgvTT.T--g. Ky.. May Kentucky Federation of La- bor offered Thursday through its president to organize members of the Louisville American Association baseball team into the AJUVL. Baseball Players' Union. Baseball National League Boston 0-10, Brooklyn 9-8. St. Louis 3-12, Pittsburgh 9-11. Jfew York 5-1. Philadelphia Cincinnati 2-7, Chicago 6-6. American League Detroit 7-1, Louis 1-2. Washington 5-2. Boston 6-7. Philadelphia 1-3. New York 6-6. Chicago 0-4. Cleveland 3-0. International Xewark 8-6. Jersey City 8-1. Baltimore S-4. Syracuse 9-3. Toronto 5-0. BuSalo 6-10. Montreal 3-6, Rochester 2-4. Pacific Coast San Diego 9-2, Los Angeles 3-1. Hollywood 4-3, San Trancisco 7-1. Sacramento 4-7. Portland 4-1. American Milwaukee 11-5. City 4-7. Indianapolis 3-9. Louisviille 1-8. Minneapolis 1-11. St. Paul 11-10. Columbus 5-5. Toledo 3-2. TJ.S. TEXXIS TEAM: LEAVES FOR BRITAIN NEW YORK. May bers of the United States Wighi- Irish Golfer Defeats Opponent SOTJTHPORT, Lancashire, Eng- land May Bruen, Irish hope, defeated Charles Stowe Thursday on the 19th greea. and loomed as the man to beat in the British amateur gclf tournament. Bruen. Irish chamoion. was near- ly defeated but rallied to'down his j Wolverbampton. England, opponent' oa the first extra hole. j This morning Bruen met Dr. Wsl- j liam Tweddeii. 1927 titleholdsr, in one quarter-final match. Best'45-Hurlers Are Not Clicking Ferriss. last year's select six of 1 big: league hurling 20- i game finding ft diffi- cult to regain their stride I this year. i Four of the big: Hank Wyse and Hank Borowr St. i Louis Cardinals' Charlie Barrett! aiid Washington's Roger strode to the hill in yesterday's Mesnorial Dav doubleheaders, but only Wyse walked off with a to-v. None of the other three went the route. Boroa-y attempted to give the Bruins a clean sweep of the two games which have moved the Cubs past the Reds into third place in the National bus the roof in in the ninih when the Red fell in in the ninth when the Reds banged across six runs to eke oat a 7-6 triumph and an even split- The Cubs took the first game. 6-2. on Henry tHooks) Wyse's four- fcStter. Despite the poor pitching of Bar- rets and Ken Burkhart. the Cardin- als managed to divide their double- header with Pittsbursh Pirates be- fore 34.SS4 winning the second en- counter 12-11 after the Bacs had walked off with the opener 9-3. The Cards weathered hectic eighth and ninth innings in which a total of 16 runs crossed the plate, to squeeze through the nightcap. The pace-setting Boston Red Sox HERALD SPORTS PAGE NINE Room and Board by c KERS5 ATIPTOMAKE f A LOT OP FJfcSNDS W5EN YOU GOWG ASA RACK) OR. A RECORD DONT SAY, V 'COWvES AND MDU Cf PSGKJfiS UtIT OUTCPVOtSt PCXC4STS? IT CAMT VTTr A SUrC XXI SEE. 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BOWIJKG Seventy Sevens defeated "Mike's Kids" ia the Commercial Bowling League Thursdav evening to iria top spot in the league- Kids" were winners of the first half of tile f'Nanton To Play Baseball Onb Here Baalim T Golf Trophy Reinstated The Baadim "B" golf trophy Is be put up for competition once again, is was announced today by the governors of the Baalim golf trophles- The Baalim as It is known. i was played for by the higher haadi- 1 cap players for a number of years before it nas removed from eom- pe-J-OOQ when too osany of the j last N5 bt-s players iKt to serve is coon- coounwial Finals try's armed forces. 77 As popater in the goJfers' interest 535 773 The team was called out for prac- as the Baalsm the "3" cup is 229 '70 275 tjce about -weeks ago. and contested for by two-man teams of; 330 165 75? working hard, al- 3 players haying individual handicaps; 333 159 sos j though, they have Jacked proper BOWLING NEWS The Columbus Clab Junior Base- bail club win play Saeir flist cf the season next Sunday when they the Xanton Junior Base- ball club in a doubleheader at Adams Park diamond. The fine game -wfll commence at and the second as 6-30 p-m_ I la their second year of plar, Columbus Club o? 1946 is "much stronger than was las- year, and fans are assured cf a. good game. _ _, j of 13 and over, witn coaoined Green. 223 227 162 190 facilities. They are plsy- j handicap no: over 40. 1 Harris 205 202 135 5421 under Coach Alex Snerei. I Chaileages from two-man wanis s Througnoat the summer the are now invited irom al! golf clubs; ....................5301 k? playing with other Sfike's Cafe: 187 191 239 190 SS5 dubs ia the distticr. rans are urged tarn out for the rwin games and give ihe boym the support they so well deserve. in the southern pan of :he pro-] vjnce. Challenges shojild be ad- j ___ __ __ dressed to Harry C. Baalim, care j 135 157 181 210 of Baalim Wholesale Ltd.. 319-7sJi Davis 194-207 DOS 188 _____ ___ _-__________ Street South. Lethbridge. I AfagarJs 1S5 231 169 9C6 Last year, althocgli they were just At the suggestion of many panl- J Wright 192 185 213 231 getting under way, they played m. _____ 5059 Oil W-ES championship 242 CALL OFF FASTBALL Because of the condition of the diamond Kender- .son fastball stadium follow- mg the storm, games sched- tiled for tonight, K-iday. have been called off. To make up for recent postponements of Horse Handicap Winner cipating players, a change in the terxs of play for the Total trophy has been made. The cup in! 77 oil future will be contested the! best ball only to count- Previously __ ihe regulations called for best ball' Tonijbfs Games i ar.d aggregale. The Baa'.ini T-.QQ i cup emblematic of :fte four-ball 1 golf championship of southern Al- i Jl berta. Yorkshire Cricket Team Winners May Torfcshire. which has wnn the lish cricket championship 00 p.m. Wings vs. Hies ar.d Misses. Diamond S vs. Grenadiers. Bombers and Spitfires. Greyhovmds vs. Luslerites. Superiors vs. Commandos. p.m. Caielli's vs. Shamrocks vs. Quints. Comets vs. Canadians. Radars vs. Cardinals. Stickers vs. Dodgers. man cup tennis team left Thursday by Pan American Clipper for Lon- don and the resumpaon of post- war competition with the British at Wimbledon starting June 14. NEW YORK WINS TWO New York blasted a double victory over the tail-end Phiiadelnhia Ath- letics, 6-1 and 6-3 Spud Chandler, aided by Joe DiMaggio's llth home run and Tommy Hearich's fifth. Safeway club. WEMILLE IS WINNER IN FRENCH AUTO RACE PARIS. May Pierre WimUle, French motor racing ting, won the International Grand Park Prix in the Boulogne "Woods Thursday. Drivusg a three-litre Alfa Romeo, he covered the 150 kilo- metres course (about 93 miles) in one hour. 17 minutes. 41 seconds to give him an average of 72 miles per hour. ...WORTH WAITING FOR FAST APPROACHING is the day when our suit racks will again be filled with all the distinctive Society Brand clorties you want. In the meantime, please remember that Sodety Brand quality is worth waiting for. .won his seventh game in the open- i ly at his home in Chest. er- 1 Wednesday night. Mr. Cleveland and Chicago White Sox renowned throughout the province -Jiangea shutouts Bofeby Feller ,5 the builder of fine vachts which i and racing enthusiast, died sudden- .ester. NJS_, on Keisler was establishment in Chester. when they upset New York Giants, 8-5 and 3-L Reduce field In O.C. Golf Matches QUALITY, wifhout QUALIFICATION i STORAGE i For all I Woolens and Furs GUARANTEED AND INSURED AGAINST MOTHS, FIRE, THEFT AND LOSS I I I I I I Your valued apparel is stored in con- trolled temperature vaults, built to specially -worked out details. This 5s not merely a "cold storage" system where the moths and eggs only stop growing -until they return to normal teinpera- rare ar.d then come to life. Our AlaUum process definitely kills all moths and their eggs before the goods are stored. Many large cold storage" firms are changing to this improved method of belter storage you sfcouJd too. is perfectly harmless in every way, and odorless, too I I I SOUTHPORT. Lancashire, Eng., May British amateur goif championship field was down to 32 Wednesday" night following fourth-round matches which saw the defending champion, Alex Kyle, eliminated and two of the three United States contenders advance past stiff opposition. Kyle went down to Leonard Craw- ley, former Essex cricketer and Walker Cup linksman, in. one of the finest duels seen in amateur play for many years. Crawley won on the 20th hole after more than three hours of play when he hit om his ctup slxot ctxid Frank Stranahan, Toledo, Ohio, star. into the fifth round by blasting R. M. Robertson of Bar- row and Ronald J. White of Birk- date course here. California-bcm Robert Sweeney, who has lived in England for a number of years, scored an easy win over R. F. Cot- tingham of Holme Wall by five and fcur. Chick Evans of Chicago, the third United States representative, was trimmed by Capt. E. S. Browne of Seascaie. at the 19th hole of their fourth-round match. BEAU JACK MEET TONIGHT snapped a White Sox winning streak j launched from his boat-build- at four with a 3-0 job in the opener, j The Sox took the nightcap 4-0. Brooklyn Dodgers held onto their tK-o-game National League lead over j the Cards when they halved their twin bill with Boston Braves. After Kirbr Higbe had blanked them 5-O in the opener for Brooklyn, the j Braves snapped out of their hitring slump to outslug the Dodgers 10-3 in the finale. Despite three home runs by Hank Greenberg which enabled the De- troit first baseman to tie Joe Bi- Maggio for the major league lead, the Tigers had to be satisfied with a split with St. Louis Browns. After Di2zy Trout had beaten the Browns 7-1, in the opener, the Browns won the second. 2-1. Phiiadelnhia Phillies won their first doubleheader of the season 2 s j field, the five-year-old" son of (Kent, a. team which can do little I Brooms with jockev Vic Bovine up. j right this season and has lose all found the heavr track much :o his five matches played. It was a bowl- likin? breaking" on top to lead the i ers' day and even Yorkshire, whose field throughout the six one- j relentless attack skittled out the hril? furlong route. j Kent batsmen, had a taste of its _._ .v. [own medicine when it. lost six sec- Baby Broom closed fast in the wickets for 36 rims stretch to take secoud money, out s was not good enough to catch the i ,he rouad agaisst France, will meet Sweden :n the ir" European semi-final, to be iy June 11- number of games agams; senior hail clubs, scoring wins over ihese same senior clubs. RESIGNS AS PCBLICrrr HEAD MAPLE LEAF GARDENS TORONTO, May 31. o? Prank Selke. for 20 years assoejared -ania Maple Leaf GarsleM. announced oa Thursday night he has resigned as publicity "director of the Gardens, severing all connection Trtth Jhe To- ronto Maple Leafs of :he NJIX. winner. Hi V York third. The daily double of Paganseth in PRAGUE. Mav J the first and Litile Dee in the sec- slavia clinched a. semi-final berth ond was worth S93. while the quin- S in the European zone DavJs Cup ella Pepper Pot and Hire 51y re- j eliminations Wednesday, ousting turned I the Czechoslovaklan tennis team to YOHK, May 31. XK Traced with the job of redeeming his popu- larity with Sew York's boxing fans, Montreal's Johnny Greco tonight meets Beau Jack in a 10-rcund wel- terweight battle at Madison Square Garden. Greco last met Jack, two-time lightweight champion. Feb. 8 at the Garden. The 2ght ended in a draw and for Sve rounds was one of the embroglios of the season. However, both fighters lacked stam- ina to go the full 10-rounds at cop speed and their ciinch-and-hold, tactics in the latter half of the bout cut sharply inic the adulation that New York fans previously had lav- ished on both fighters. Despite Greco's superior punch- ing power. Jack rules as a" slight favorite with the odds-makers lay- ing six-to-5ve that the Georgia negro will win. ARMED WINS BELMONT RACE NEW TORK, May The long of handicappers, just laughed at the classiest field of handicap YACHTSMAN DIES HAT.TFAX, May Heisler, 72, well-known yachtsman BASEBALL PRACTICE The Lethbridge Miners' Baseball Club 'will hold a practice at Adams Park to- night. Friday, commencing as 6 o'clock, iri preparation for their crip to Medicine Hat this coming weekend. money-winning gelding. Warren Wright's five-year-old flier waltzed home by three lengths in the suburban Handicap, and the greatest throng ever to see a race at him do the mile and a quarter in and return S4.10. and 52.40. Armed was toting 130 pounds, compared to 122 for First third on the world money-winning lists, and 123 on Stymie, up among j the top 13 breadwinners in turf tcry. for Goodness sake- Try Red Rose REDROSE is good tea" Chic Youn? M1NORA BLADES faodcin big Economy Fade! How you Can get 12 MWORA BLADES for 25c. fUmmnbw, for extra wrringj, ajfc. for MINCRA BLADES in thot generous Economy Pack! Registered "u-S. Paterrs Office SHE KEEP THE UDS I C4NT DASWOOO WiLLMXJPLEASc PUTA UDOM THE STEW I HAVE COOKINS ON TWE DONALD Walt Disney Registered I7.S. Patent A .j A .5. Club Playoffs For Golf Tournament The club playoffs for this dis- trict for the Calgary Herald coun- try district golf tournament. 36 holes of medal play, will be held next Sunday, June 2. The four lowest scorers from each club will play 36 hdes of medal play on each of the two following days; June 16 as the Henderson Lake course, and June 23 at the Lethbridge Ccantrv club. The win- I ner will represent the district in the provincial plavoffs at Edmon- ton I I I At not more than 2% of their declared value Storage charges include cleaning and pressing on all suits, coats, sweaters, etc. I li CLEANERS 418B Fifth St. S. TAILORS Xext to Salvation Array I FREE PICKCP OX GARMENTS FOR STORAGE t J The Board of Directors of THE CROWN LIFE INSURANCE CO. announces ths retirement of MR. C W. SOMERS frcsidtnl MR. G. T. SOMERS end of MR. H. D. BURNS frejidenf and Chairman of Board ---------.NOW, tSNT IX AT A. Al Capp HER PICTURE, PROOF THAT TH'MOST FRIGHTFUL., MOST NAUSEATING- !_ET CO O' TH' THERE'S NO TIME TO TH' SIDE WITH TH' PITCHER AND OOWKEY- MAN'S 8R1CK BRADFORD-And the Queen of Night By WILLIAM RiTT and CLARENCE GRAY TAKE. THE CCMTROIS, 5ANOY-JWAHTTO DO SOME THINKING.' LET'S SEE-THE PLANS GAINED US POUNDS LOST TWO SASDWCKSS SOME MILK I TM1MK WE HAVE A VERY PRETTY STOWAWAY ADDS UP TO BUT ONE THINS.'