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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHEFUDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, r LEZIE WAS IN GREAT FORM Pitched a No-Hit No- Run Game Against Moose Jaw A no-hit, game and giving Paddy Welch his bumps are surely features sufficient to make a grand finale for the baseball season in ..Lethbridge. "Aunt" Lexis was the shoot and what he did to the Bobin Hoods is one of the stellar records of the league. No hits and no runs, fine pitching and good sup- .port. The only chance for hit -was a hard chance to which Bell would have had if iMcGarry had not slanted it o3. It was a great performance. And then to think of knocking the Paddy. Welch out of the box. It 'was no gentle knock-out either, of the game. In the eighth Bell got hit, Smith muffed Townsend's hit, and both came in on a hit' by Chick- Tli at was all and enough..; Farrar, who had all through given the bast possible exhibition of how not to um- pire a game, called it off on account of darkness. Thus ended the, 1909 baseball- season in bridge. The score: LMooso AB R H 0 A E O'Hajvr. lb 400810 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 I Oj 3 00 1 2 Oi 2 0 0 G 1 OJ Anthony, rf Olnistcad. ss 3b. Walters. 3b ss Ward, e Godfn-y, If 30 0 3 0 0 i Williams, ef 3 0 0 2 0 0 i Smith, 2b 2 0 0 00 Welch, p 2 0 0 2 0 Taylor, p i 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 24 S 1 H 0 A E Joe Corrigan, cf ..5111 Cox, If............ 3110 Jack Corrigan, rf 4 1 3 0 McGarry, 3b 4 1 1 0 Lynch, e ___...... 4 0 2 10 Bell, ss 3 1 12 Tevwnsend, lb ___ 3103 Chicken 2b 4 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 33 7 10 24 3 2 By Moose Jaw- Runs 000 (WO 0 Hits 000 000 00 0 Runs Hits.............. 110 lmt a regular solar plexus, and push- ed not only Paddy but the whole! team to the ropes.. That was great! Summary: Earned runs, Lethbridge joy'ior the fans, for there is no pitch- 4. Stolen bases, O'Hayer, Smith, pitch- er "they -would rather beat than the "big, good-natured Paddy who draws Jack iCorrigan, Lynch, Bases on balls, off Welch 1. off T premier salary in the league. It 1. off Lezie 3. Hit' by pitcher, Bell. Struck out. by Welch 4. by was hardly fair for Taylor to put in to pitch the hard game -on Monday, but Paddy was .same Taylor 2, by Lezie S. Double play, Olmstead to O'Hayer. Left on bases, tmd came in from wicked j Moose Jaw 4. Lethbridge 4. Time, 10 deliver slants. For five innings he! 1.30. Attendance. 500. Umpire, Far- -dld it in. good style, but the sixth rnr.? his undoing he received his; to the b-iiieh. Both, team? were OUT to win. ft never do for the heroo? of two score pomes, to leave under the 01 defeat. .Not if thev knew it. i _ _, i Finladflphia o; Chicago 2 11 there was no other reason for win- At ihat supreme sorehead and j groucher, Taylor, would win. if he could, simply to make the other fel- low-; feel bad. But, he didn't, and Miners leav-i the city covered j the fans retain a sweet i Tctstp and Taylor i? still chewing the bitter .quid. It was a great game for five inn- ings and then it .was joyful for and after that it was the farce that Taylor always makes of a game that he cannot win. Lezie's stunt, helped out by the T _ ,T n St. Lotus I', New 0. Eastern First Providence 2; CMontreal 3. Second Providence 3: Montreal 2. Jersey City 0; Toronto 10. Newark 2; Rochester 5. Baltimore 8; Buffalo 4. Northwestern Tacoma 0: Portland 7 game, Ipostponed. rain. Western Canada At Edmonton- Edmonton 4; Brandon 3. Batteries: Grady and Gragion: Earl and Stanley. Umpire Voss. Called at the end of sixth, dark- ness. At Medicine Regina 300 110 BASEBALL .RESULTS National Pittsbm-g 2; New York 3. At St. Louis 8; Boston At Brooklyn Cincinnati 2: Brooklyn 0. I American i At i Cleveland 5: Washington 2 At- Detroit- Detroit 4; 3. At Chicago- Chicago 4; Boston 4. At St. Louis of 4 the Miners, is the sad but 5oyful story of the defeat of the JjRobrn Hoods.1 He started off by'fan- -ning O'Hayer; and. then Chicken showed that he has the habit of Dialing sensational one-handed catch e? of Apparently sure hits by spearing a hot one from Anthony's bat. Bell and Towustmd attended to Olmstead. was one, two, three in 'the next. Tn the third the Robin Hoods had their best chance, ior with cm? down; Lezie passed Smith and then., after had made a', fine catch of "Welch's high fly. he passed O'Hayer, Townsend gathered in a hard strive and it was. all off. All the rest of the way they were easy picking sand .all through the game they never got past second. The history of the Miners wasjust about the same for five rounds except that in the first Jack got his first of three hits, but was caught a block -at, second, -and in the third Lynch got to third on a pretty hit to -centre, at good steal to second and a romp to third on the overthrow, but, Paddy liftcl the high sign on the 'two. Although he passed Townsend. Only nine men cunv up in the iif-xt three spasms': Then that wonderful sixth came. "Lrzie was first up and got. free trans- portation. J'ot' plnntfd a nic single and things looked prosperous. Then Chesty was called upon to break xip tlv game and ht- uy did. Ho picked