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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Brandon, Manitoba A. A 1 bran a 1 a Moose jaw cl�ry002 005 0�?4 g 1 batteries a storting Sod Kelly Geo ban and Goochee. 3 4 hitter Lom two. F Pirn games k.h.1sl Lethbridge. .13$ 01$ 001�?11 10 3 med hat. .200 010 010�? 4 ill Dater test Ptah Gad Lynch who Man Zimmerman mid Zwicker. Lethbridge. 300 211�?6 6 2 med hat102 001�?4 6 7 batteries led and Lynch Nelson and blankets 1�? extra heavy extra Large at $1.75, 2.25, 2.75, 3.50, 5.00 men s and boys lined and unlined special for threshing time at. 50c, 60c, 75c, $1.00 or. For Mien. Made of English shirting and fleece lined ducks 50c, 60c, 75c and 85c Fri afr Gamas. A a j Regina sask., aug. 37 a the Bone pliers bad an easy thing this afternoon with the Brandon Angela winning out in the first of the final Home series by the score of 11 to 3. Hooker pitched an excellent game tor the Home team while Brandon errors helped to swell Regina s score. The score Brandon a r h to a e Morrell of. 4 1 12 0 l St Ingle of. 3 1 2 1 0 1 Thompson la. 2 0 0 13 0 a Rone Seh 3b 4 0 1 0 3 1 Traeger if. 4 0 0 4 0 1 Seaton 2b 4 0 0 0 3 0 Rogers is. 3 0 10.2 0 Stanley e 3 0 1 3 0 2 Woods a. 3 11140men�?Ts heavy Wool a it. 5 and drawers at --50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1 the Best English and Canadian make some with knitted wrists at 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 with knitted bands and fur bands a Quot a a w a % a a ? Quot v a a rdc 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25handkerchiefs my mrnik n Quot Quot Nii lib in a a a a a in Quot. F a it in. Menus coloured at 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c and 20c As a Nisi Rad 3b Taylor 2b Anthony la. Waiters 3b. Ward c Godfrey if Williams of. We Elrah of. Glitch rial a. Heavy reversible at ��$3.75, $4.50. $6.00 shirts and drawers at a 48c, 60c, 75c and 85cfilanke&and $ll55ts Flannelette including the Best English and Canadian made at.,.e75c, $1, 1.25, 1.50, i.75 $2 the Best double seamed garments made in Canada at Esco a it 90c, $1 00, $1.25 30 3 7 24 12 it Regina. A r h to a a Kolar As. Ward if. Myers of Quinn 3b Gardner c Sporer la Anderson 2b Neidenfeur of Hooker p new cloth Over Oatt Haw fur Costa new fur lined Douma near Sheap lined Costa a we seeb at $20, $21.50, $24.50, Tom per Hondet 36 11 8 24 8 game called at the end of the 8th inning. Brandon000 000 03�? 3 Regina. 300 100 25�?11 summary two base hits Kolar Ward and Quinn. Sacrifice hits Thompson Ward Myers Hooker. Bases on balls off Hooker 2 Woods 3. Struck out Hooker 7, Woods 4 left on bases Regina 6, Brandon 5. Hit by Pitcher by Hooker Rone Seh by Woods Meyers. Stolen base Ward. Time 1.45. Umpire Farrar. Attendance 300. Maroons win. Winnipeg. 000 011 000�?2 0 2 regina000 000 000�?0 3 4 Pat series a Cierzan and anglers or Neidenfeur and Gardner. Irishmen lose again . Med hat 001 00�?1 3 1 Edmonton. 000 000�?0 2 0 batteries Barnstead and Kelly Campbell and Davidson. The recent death by suicide of which occurred in 1900, will never by Harry c. Pulliam president of then to forgotten. Bergen who was the Star tonal league recalls to mind the fact Catcher of the Boston nationals killed that within the last Twenty yeas himself his wife and three children there have been Many prominent base in july of the same a year James Mcball men who have crossed the great Calligan of the new York giants Divide by the suicide route. A killed himself by cutting his Throat. Since 1889 suicide has followed sul on Jan. 12 1903, Winnie Mercer cide and Many men whose faces Hati the famous Pitcher with the washing been familiar with the fans for Yearton team ended his life at a Frisco on some who had lost miserably Hae a barn storming trip. Mercer turned Given up the struggle and taken the on the Gas. Long trip where hits and strikes Are on March 28, 19 17, Charles Chick never heard of. Stahl ended his life by drinking car Frank Ringo seems to have been Bolic acid at Wes Baden Springs the first Ball player to take his life two Days later p. D. Murphy by his own hand. He was part of former teammate of Sthal and a min a the famous Battery Coleman and Rin league player committed quiche go and had joined the Pittsburg Lea n while attending his Friend s funeral it after a Long Terra of service with the fort Wayne kid. He used the same quakers. It was on april 12, 1889, Means. At Kansas City that Ringo swallowed Alvin Bayne Bob Lankswert an 1 carbolic acid and one of the a St we. G. Palmer ended their Liv a catchers the country had Ever know within three months of the deaths of shuffled off his mortal Coil. Stahl and Murphy. The latter three in 1894 Edward j. Mcnabb the a were minors Mous Baltimore Pitcher shot himself de Delehanty either jumped or Fen and died instantly at the Eifel hot-1 from the International Bridge at Black on Smithfield Street Pittsburg. Rock while in route from Buffalo to it was at Rochester in 1895, that Toronto. De Crane Wio is said to have made the Case of Harry c. Pulliam seems the longest throw in the history of a to be the Only Case of a Man High up baseball took Poison and died. In baseball who Ever committed Sui the terrible deed of Marin Bergen cide. Maroons drop one. Baseball Are Apt to look upon their playing As a matter of course. Nat Many years ago As amp matter of record Willie Keeler played a pretty decent sort of a game at third and threw left handed. We would like to see to 3 promising men go Over to that bag now on a big league Ball club and Start in to break up the Bunting game with left hand throws. \ a Well in a few years a right handed first baseman will be put in the Dame class. As real big league managers develop tricks of defense from year to year the Ball is played More and More from the first baseman to other Points of the infield and a right handed Man is greatly handicapped in getting the Ball away from him quickly because of the Way he must stand to Toko to to of hits."0 1 a take for instance the bunt tit tips play inst mentioned that Hal Chase Shook up the league Frith. With a Johnson starts hard training san Francisco. Aug. 30�?jack Johnson has settled Down to hard training at Emeryville for his fight with Kauf Mann on sept. 9, and those w a have seen him stripped and at work declare the Champion looks in Good condition in spite of his Long rest the Champion was on the Road in the Forenoon and afternoon and boxed four rounds with Bobby Armstrong. I rho has been secured As his starring partner. Heretofore Arm has been helping Ketchel but As the middleweight is going to new York a cab amp free to go with Johnson. As Mudi of his work As Poi Wible is that is tie Best Way to foot into top Kauf Nunn who h doing i pm Minary work in of to ifs comfy

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