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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI LlTHiUlDQI DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, AUQUiT tt, l SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS FIRST GAME WENT THIRTEEN INNINGS Was Called With Score a Tie Second Game Was Ah Easy Victory For Lethbridge To use a mathematical expression it might be called an "interminable series." -If it hadn't stopped when it did it might be going on yet. Tt was a ease of one good turn deserves As the long afternoon wore away and the long shadows showed that evening was stealing on, they fought with the courage born of des- peration for the wants of the -inner man began, to assert themselves and the wistful -expression on the faces of the players must have iaove'd 'he stonyhearted Grimes to sympathy; It was the fateful .thirteenth, and the magic number seven stood to each team's credit, when Grimes call- ed the game to Callow a breathing space before the evening-game com- menced. It was .an interesting study to watch how the broad smile on the faces of the Eegina playes at the end of the first gradually dissolved as the game wore on, and even Canty's urbane countenance began to show of worry and exhaustion. Canty did his best and worked hard but he was "all in" btsfore the ninth ended and. Neidenfeur was called in to save the situation Tacks McNeil, who started the ball twirling in the first, gave three hits in succession and got discouraged. Menzel replaced Trim and did good work. It certainly looked rather blue when the' first three up and Collins landed a three-bagger. But the Fates in the shape of the Jfiners interposed and there it stood. Canty doubtless has an old time grudge against the ,Oorrigan brothers and started Joe out with a bruise in the Tibs and Joe made the round. But a repeti- tion of that first was -not to be. A goose egg for .the 'visitors in the second and another in the third, al- though' they got a man on each time! Canty went rather wild in the third and Cox had a. HEalk home. Nothing again in the fourth for, the visitors and Joe Corrigan's run tied the score and started the real was worth while from here on. The little bunch of spectators who watched the game sat up and took notice. If that grand stand had been filled, as it usually is, there would have been some noise alright. The visitors scored two in the fifth, Collins getting home while Sporer held the play between- second and third for a sure put out. And then that score board looked like an editor's bank account, and a double row of them'too. We read of the English yeomen "cut- ting down the Norman horsemen when they rode up like forests of young and history repeated itself. The spell was broken in the eighth when Bs-11 JfiaJa a hit to Collins who threw wild to first and Bell made sec- ond. Chicken let him in and the Miners added one. Regina came back at them with an- other one in the ninth and led by two. It a sure win, -but "hope springs eternal in the human and the Miners- were not satisfied to give up tbXgame" before it was lost. Canty hit Joe Corrigan again and Jack got a "hard knock didn't get his base for It. However, he walked anyhow and it didn't matter.' And they came in, bottii of them I Two runs in the ninth and the score was tied! TJifc tenth brought no relief, and when the first three men up in the eleventh went ,to bases it began to look it wasn't. There were just three caught flies in suc- cession and a sigh of" relief escaped the anxious watchers. who went in in. the eleventh, pitched good ball and did much to balance the score. The twelfth gave them one more each making the seven. It wag a close game in the thirteenth ,when the hasps again filled up and Ander- son went up to bat and hit to first. Pieh got it back to home and put'ou1 Neidenfeur. Lynch put it bfcck to first again "and 'Si to the home plate once more getting Quinn., something of a see-sew, but oh my, how beau- tiful it worked! Well, that was all. It was six o'clock and the crowd was beginning to arrive ior the evening game; Thus it stands. What it might have been is doubtless the subject of a great many that can be said is that it looked pretty- much likte a the 23rd innings. The AB R H 0 A E Kojar. ss 6 1-1 Ward, c Myers, rf cf Collins, cf Neideiifeur, rf Quinn, 3b" ___ 340 722830 523300 4121 2012 0 0 b o 15 Sporer, Ib 6 0 1 13 Another Iron Man Of the Diamond Almost every baseball club has man" nowadays. Any pitcher witty a great endurance and a stout nrm is likely to find himself enroll- ed in thC class which stands for hard work. -Liebhardfis the "iron man1' of the Cleveland club. He earned his lau- rels while he was pitching for Mem- phis down South. No matter how en they him to pitch, Jvi ready to go in the box, and he f winning games, which was a deal better. There's a chance that he will he this afternoon by Cleveland. La.toit- may decide upon Joss, and if he dotsn't he will perhaps try nis luck with'" Liebhardt, Cleveland doesn't care who pitches Juat so that the game is won by Cleveland. Anderson, Sb r...... 8 McDonough, If '6 Canty, p 4 Goldrich, p 54 7 16 39 16 AB R H 0 A Joe Corrigan, cf '4 3 1 5 0 Cox, If -7 1 2 2 0 Jack Corrigan, rf ..41110 McGarry, 3b 5 0 1 1 4 Lt n i v Bell, ss 5 1 .1 1 8 Townsend, ib 5 0 0 16 0 Pieh, Ib 2 0 1 1 2 Chicken, 2b 6 1 2 8 3 McNeil, p 00000 Menzel, p 5 0 1 Lezie p 0 0 0 0 1 48 7 10 39 21 2 By Regina 300 020 001 001 Lethbridge 101 100 012 001 Summary-. Earned-runs, Regina 4.; Three-base hits, Collins, Joe Corri-j gan.. Two-base hits Myers 2, Me- j Donough, Ward, Hell, Cox. j hit, McGarry. Stolen bases, McDonough 2, Joe Corrigan, _____" McGarry 2, Lynch, Pieh, Chicken 3. J z The Alberta Championships, under CHAMBERLIN CHAMBERLIN is OUP biggest favorite with old and young. 2 for IRON FRAME BRANO- "ALBERTA for 50c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTMAL MAKERS OF COLLARS, TIES, AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 6 HE It A COMER MUv'IN A DVA N H VAUW.VIL L L 1. A Diy ii Wastiiftti 2. The luuiriliH Trt o N [Black Jim PfflCES I6c AND 25c The Thatens ,-1 In a funny sketch entitled John's Engagement" Harry Lancaster and Jtttit Millar, Presenting their dainty "A ,Discontented Woman Ciitiy SHP who JOE CORRIGAN takes care of the Lethbridge A. A. A. CHAMPIONSHIP Bases on balls, off Canty'5, off Men- zel 4, off Lezie 2. Hit by pitcher Joe Corrigan 2, Jack Corrigan. Struck! out, by Canty 6, by Goldrich 3, by j Menzel 5, by Lezie 1. Regina 13, Lethbridge 14. hours. Attendance 100. -Umpire, Grimes. 'sanction of the A- A. A. A., are to held in Calgary, under the auspic- of the Y. 3M. C. on. .Labor Day morning-. September the 6th at 9 Left on bases, I -a.m. sharp. lime, 3 "pkese championships are held an- nually, last year for the first, in Edmonton, where they proved suc- cessful, and records for the provincfi establisHed. A large number of en- tries are" expected, from different parts and thus a- good central garden. One of the most ag- .cressive ball players in the league; never quits, always on his toes a'nd ready for" business. He is the class of ball player that makes tbe big leagues. Joe is young, this being his lirsti year in the professional ranks.- His fielding" of late has been par excellence and at base running he is hard to" beat. He is batting around "300. LOCAL NEWS EVENING GAME As, for that evening game, the score j of the tells the tale. Twelve to.one looks (morning's spore will be provided, rather good in print and it looked j Keduced railroad rates. Entries better on the Jack Corri-! close August 30th. For further par- gan says the Miners work like a iticulars write, Wilfrid Chambers, Sec. they are hungry. A. A. A. Championships Commit- at any rate they did last night. There'toe, y. Jtt. C. A., Calgary, Alberta, were only five innings and twelve Events are open to all registered FOOTBALL Caledonians and S.6.E. Meet Tonight in Charity Shield Competition amateurs and anyone seeking registrn tion in the Alberta Amateur Athletic runs in the first five is going some. The Miners started out with three in the third, one in the fourth [Association, apply to H.. BaMantync. and two more in the fifth. Eegina scored lonely one in the fifth. It "was a work of charity" to give them that but hunger softens the' heart too. They let them have it and Canty the lucky'man too. Tacks .McNeil was there with the big throw all right on Saturday night secretary of that Association, Y. C. A. Calgary, Alta. RIFLE ASSOCIATION SHOOTS NEXT WEEK This spring arrangements were made to have a rifle association in Lethbridge and organization meetings Tonight at 6.15 tlie Callies and S. 0. E. will meet for the .second time in "competition for the Wright Charity Shield. These two teams always put up the real stuff" in their games, anl tonight ought to prove no exception ti the rule. The S. O. E. team is as Sunnier; Farris and Wells; Stephen- son': Chiswick and Firth; Clarke and Smith; Holberton; Barboni' and Joyce. Reserves: Faunch and Cald- weil. A collection will be made in aid of Gait Hospital. and -had them guessing. j were hgici, a service roll filled in and. Jou Corrigan made one of the pret- sent to Ottawa. Requisitions for tiest catches that have ben made for.UlQes and ammunition were sent in at some time. A long' hit was made by the same time but certain forms had Quinn to right field and Joe started'to be gone through and delays have for it and captured it on the run. occurred, and not until today did Well, that settles Regina. One win> one tie and one logs! Now for MOOSP Jaw! The score: AB R H Kolar, ss 3 Ward, rf 3 'Myers, cf 3 Collins, 3b 2 Quinn, c 2 Sporer, Ib 2 Anderson, 2b 2 McDonough. If ___ 1 Canty, If ......rr. 1 Neidenfeur, p A E 1 0 0 0 o- o 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0. 0 Captain. McLeo'd receive word that the supplies Averc to hand. The Captain has called a meeting I to be held in the reading room at the IE. X. W. 31. Police Barracks on Wed- nesday evening at S o'clock and to rush matters through ant3 have the practices commence at tho latest by Saturday, Sept. -i. Enthusiasts" with, the riile will yet be able to Jiave a good number of pract ces and the free ammunition at probably the two three hun- dred yard ranges will be 2 0 0 2 0 21 AB Joe Corrigan, cf Cox, If 4 Jack Corrigan, rf McGarry, 3b Lynch, c ___ Bell, as Townsend, Ib Chftken, 2b McNeil, p 1 5 15 7 1 A E 310100 22000 000 000 311 411 222600 211131 312600 312120 121010 25 12 12 15 6 1 By Regina Lethbridge ............rx 603 Summary: Earned runs, Regina J, Lethbridge 8. Two-base hits, Myers, Anderson, Cox, Jack Corrigan Mc- Kcill, Chicken. Sacrifice hits, Bell Joe Corrigan. Stolen bases, Kolax, Joe Corrigan, Bell, Townsend, Mc- Neil. Bases on balls, off Neidenfeur 4. Struck out, by Jfeidenfeur 1, by McNeil 6. Wild pitch, Neidenfeur, McNeil. Passed ball, Anderson. Left on bases, Regina 4 Lethbridge 4.At- tendance 200. Tina? 1.05. Umpire- Grimes. EASTERN LACROSSE At Shamrocks Capitals 5. At Cornwall 5; Montreal 3. At Toronto- Toronto 8; Tecumsehs 3. Mrs. J. A. Silver and Alias have re-turned from a two wseks.' '-v sit Raymond. The Ancient Order of will hold a" picnic at McKenzie's l ottom on Aug. 29th. Miss Gricr and Miss Wright have re- turned from. A two weeks' holiday at Cardston. S Mr. A. P. Day, one of Medicine Hat's big stock men, was in town yesterday. T.'B. R. Henderson, chief .weed in- spector for the province is in the city. Mayor Henderson present ei1 AVhyte, of "the1 Dominion Day Marttfhon with the JHO cup at the meeting of the Caledonian Socie- ty on Thursday night. 4, The engagement is announced in Strath'cona, Alta., of Miss' Gladys McLean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLean to Mr. dill, of Winnipeg. BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Calgary- SHOT THE BEST AMMUNITION is required for good shooting. Ever notice how particular a crack shot is about the kind of .shells he uses? Hei knows from experience. j TAKE A SHOT out, of his locket .'and. buy your am- munition here as does. We sell to j the best shots in town because they know they can always get the best j here. And we don't overcharge forj it either. i TbelEthbriilge Sporting Goods Co. j Bicycles arc rapidly coming back into popular favor, the demand this year being five times what it was years ago. We have planned for it in two getting the very best Eng- lish wheel we canfor popular selling, and [saving to our customers al! intermediate pro- nts by filling orders direct by mail instead of through agents. In this way we offer Wheels for and give better satisfaction all round. The quality of the wheels is nil risjht only the best materials used and only skilled mechanics employed in construction. The equipment is right up-to-date nnd the throughout are such as we can thoroughly recommend. XVe sell automo- biles as well as .bicycles and our plan is to make'wheels servers a good advertisement to the entire business. Send for illustrated folder. BROS., Limited High-Clati and Bicycles TORONTO, ONT. Brandon 100 000 5 3 Calgary 010 20fr 7 1 Batteries.: Woods and' Stingle; Criit and Sheehan. Umpire Farrar. At Edmontdtt' ......000 010 4 2. Winnipeg ......010 000 6 3 Batteries: Stirling and Kelly; Mil- L r and Anderson. Second Game- Edmonton 5 1 Winnipeg 100 000 6 1 Batteries: Smith and Kelly; Col- ling and Anderson. Umpire Voss. Called, darkness. At Medicine Moose Jaw 012 000 Medicine Hat Oil 041 Batteries: Smith and Ward; Dunn and Davidson. Umpire Shuster. At jtfev New York 1; Cincinnati 0. At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 6; Pittsburg 5; At St. Louis 0; Brooklyn 1. 13 innings. Second St. Louis 3; 6- Sunday National At Game- Chicago 8: Boston 3. Second Chicago 3; Boston 2. Saturday American At St. St. Louis 0; Boston 6. At Detroit- Detroit 9; Washington 7. At Cleveland- Cleveland 6; Philadelphia 10. At Chicago- New York 4; Chicago 5. 13 innings. Sunday American At St. St. Louis 3; Boston 9. At- Chicago 5; New York 6. At Detroit- Detroit 3; Washington 1. Saturday Eastern At Newark 2; Baltimore 1. AL Jersey Jersey City 2; Providence 4. Second Game- Jersey City 1; Providence 2. At Rochester 8; Buffalo 2. Second Game- Buffalo 5; Rochester 0. Sunday Eastern At.. Baltimore 2: Newark 1. Second Newark 3; Baltimore 2. 10 innings. Saturday Northwestern At Vancouver 2; Seattle 5. At Spokane 6; Tacoma, 1. At" Q Aberdeen 4; Portland 1. H. J. Ma- The mar- riage will take place during- the com- ing winter. Geo. Lang Co. are in shape to handle clom'.ag and press- ing at their stand in the addition to the Bryan Block, on Dailurin. St. new. stock will arrire in the to- >su of a week. The new voters' list containing the names of those who will vote on the bylaws on Sept." Sth is being prepar- ed. The secretary treasurer is talc- ing particular pains that this list ,will DO correct. Mr. and Mrs; John Herron, of Pin- jcher Creek, Alta., announce the mar- riage on Wednesday, September 1, of their daughter, Edith Maud Herron to -Mr. George Jeffrey Hunter, man- ager of the Union bank of Pinoher Creek! "Whether you take in have the limb amputated. Mrs. Moss and the children are, stopping at'the Wentworth awaiting- the resulta.-T- J Cranbrook Herald. t The Maclebd Advertiser says: Bossenberry of- this town, sprinter.'-1 bicycle troopeir in'the Hangers, distinguished 'Itiinself.-Tues- .1 day, in Lethbridge, by the big C. P. R. brodge, nearly 300'feet from the river's edge to the copiiig: "f This latter he'could not.get had to slide down again. As-he neai-od the top the unkind Q. P. "K. people hung out a sigh one al- lowed on this A new real estate firm was organ- ized in tbe city iast, the Iowa .-Vlberta Land Company sue- coeds the AVeber Realty Co- W. HT. Weber, who is wall known in this dis trjct, having been in the real estate business here for past three years f is a member of the new firm, and with him are P- Johnr ston, L. D, -Bedford Middloton 'all of Iowa. Mr. Johnston has been for the past seven years trayelihiu: salesman and branch manager for the I. Case Co. During the past three" years he has had Southern Alberta as _ his territory and has great confidence in its future. Mr. Bedford has been in the banking business in Waterloo, Iowa, for the past eight years and has a big connection in that state. Mr. Middleton recently resigned his position on the TJ. S. postal service. The new firm retain the ground offices of the Weber Realty Co., 210 Hound street, and will handle farm lands and city property', write insur- ance and act as manufacturers' ag- ents. It will be seen, that this com- pany are well equipped for handling a bipf Business. Mr. Weber has estab- lished a reputation for always giving a square deal and the niiv.r men he takes into partnership it is safe to say will do likewise. j The eight boys implicated in the re- cent episode and who p-vere tried before Mr. K. B..Chadwick are now placed on probation with the exception of one who was sent to the it being thought that the j influence of farm life would, be a great'help in reforming the young-lad It is to be hoped that these 'boys will take a lesson from this event and make good use of the chance thus of- fered them to make good. We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the j CUE RESTMT The King Edward Restaurant The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and-Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard Base Ball TODAY Tomorrow and Wednesday Moose Jaw vs Lethbridge POOL aupplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver ;