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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SiX THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD, FRODAY, JULY 9, I9M. SPORTS POLO MATCHES AT P1NCHER CREEK (Special to The Herald) Pncher Creek, July S.-Two polo matches took place here, one on the morning of tho first and the other on the second. The game on Dominion Day was the first played for iht? Hen- derson Cup between Standoff and Fischer Creek, at the close of the game the score being three all, and although two extra periods were played the score remained the same. On'account of the intense heat which used up men and ponies, the captains tossed for the game, Standoff winn- ine the toss. The teams were as fol- lows Pincher B. Bolster, T. Heap, A- H. Lynch-Staunton. G- D. Plunkett Metge, M. O'Brien. J. Hewson, H-C. Umpires, G. R. Miles and A. C. Kemmis. In the second game which was played Friday evening between North Fork and Standoff, the former team won by a score of four to three. The North Fork team comprises H. W. Pettit, J. Milvain J. Ward, H. A. Gunn- The players repaired to the King Edward after the game, where the North Fork team was pre- sented with the cup by 3Ir. Hender- son, followed by a toast list in which champagne formed the liquid wet goods. S. 0. E. HAD EASY VICTORY LETHBRIDGE FORFEITS GAME i _____ i 'CHESTY" COX REFUSED TOj LEAVE FIELD AT CALGARY Calgary, July the score j standing throe runs to onv in favor j of Caltrury in the first of the sixth j one man out and none oa bases. Umpire Donnelly declared the J g-ame forfeited to Calgary because j Cox, a Let'hbridge player, declined j to leave the field when ordered off j for disputing a decision. j The box far as the game went j i LETHBRIDGE AB R H 0 A E Corrigan, cf 1 1 0 1 0 Cox, If ..1................. 3 0 0 0 0 Oj Jack Corrigan. rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 j Canty, rf 1 0 0 3 0 01 '.Taylor, 3b 3 0 0 0 3 OJ Kelly, 2b 2 0 0 0 1 OJ Lynch, c 3 .0 0 3 0 0 j Bell, ss 2 0 1 1 2 01 Townsend, lb 1 0 0 6 .0 0 j Lezie, p 1 0 0 1 2 01 IS 1 1 15 S 0 j CALGARY AB R H 0 A E Donovan, rf 110300 .Wheeler, cf 201000 Conners, ss.............. 210000 Smith, 3b 301220 Standridge, p 251031 Chandler, 2b 200010 Zwicker, c 201400 Barostead, lb 210500 The Foresters went up against the Sons of England last night with only ten men. At the kick-off the S. 0. E. made a rush and Barber found the net, -but the ball also found a hole hi the net just under tho bar, and went right through, and the goal was not allowed. After a few minutes in which the ball stayed around the Foresters end, Holberton scored for the Sons, and within the next three or four minutes two more were added. Thompson here joined the A. 0. F., but the Sons were too good for them and NO. 4 was soon added. In the second half, the S. 0. E. had it pretty much their own way and repeated their score of the first half, thus winning out by S goals to nil. The Sons of England and the Cale- donians are still even in the contest for the Buchanan Trophy, the Cal- lies having been given a bye last Tuesday, and each. team has one more game. The ]tfaple Leafs and the S. 0. E. meet on Friday next, and the A. 0. F. meet the Caledon- ians on the following Tuesday, July 20th, the closing day of the series. The chances are the Callies and S. 0. E. will tie for first place, which will necessitate a and in that case would be played off under the auspices of the. city executive. Standing of the teams P W S. O. E.................... 5 4 Callies 4 3 A. 0. F.................... 5 1 IS 3 4 16 6 1" Summary Two-base hits, Wheeler, Zwicker. Sacrifice hit, Wheeler. First base on balls, oft Standridge 4, off Lezie l. Left on bases, Lethbridge 7, Calgary 4. Struck out, by Stand- ridge 3 (Jack Corrigan, Joe Corri- gan. by Lezie 2, (Baker and Hit by pitcher, Conners Joe Corrigan....Time, 1.20. Umpire, Donnelly. Attendance, 500. BASEBALL RESULTS Maple Leafs 4 1 L 1 1 4 3 Points 8 2 2 get two points by the Maple Leafs Dishonest Association What honest man would think of associating with dis- honest companions, even for one hour every day. Yet think of the men who associate with dishonest clothing for two-thirds of their lives! Be honest with well as with others. Wear clothing that is honestly that gives honest value for your honestly earned money. Wear "Progress Brand Clothing. ESS MM wMl Western Canada At (First Game) j Brandon 001 200 5 Moose Jaw 000 004 4 Woods and Stanley Gilchrist and Anthony. Umpire, Duff. (Second Game) (Moose -Taw 001 300 4 110 100 3 Currie, Hosevear, Gilchrist and An- thony Heinrich and Stanley. TJm- 1 pire Duff. At 'Winnipeg 4 iRegina 0 j Cierzan and Anderson Hooker and .Gardner. Umpire, Shuster. j At Edmonton- Edmonton 000 020 5 2 Medicine Hat. 021 003 15 3 Sterling and Nys Welsh and Ward Umpire, At Lethbridge 100 Calgary................. 003 4 1 Lezie and Lynch Standridge and Zwicker. Umpire Donnelly. Game forfeited by Lethbridge in sixth, on account of Cox refusing to leave the field.. _ National At New Pittsburg 1 New .York 5. At St. Louis. 6 Boston 10. At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 3 Chicago 8. At Brooklyn- Cincinnati 9 Brooklyn 8. American. At Cleveland 3, Washington 2. At Detroit- Detroit 1 Philadelphia 3. At St. (First Game.) St. Louis 5 Chicago 1. (Second Game) St. Louis 1 Chicago 0. Eastern Buffalo 1 Montreal 2. Rochester 6 Toronto 1. Newark 3 Providence 10. Baltimore 3 Jersey City 7. Lethbridge Lacrosse Team Won At Nanton Nanton, July and Najiton played an exciting game of lacrosse here this evening. Owing to an accident to the Flyer the Leth- bridge team missed connection at j Macleod and did not arrive here till the evening train. But large num- ber of spectators turned out to wit- ness the game, which was finished, in time to allow the visitors to catch train for Letbb'ridge. The play was exciting from start to finish, but Referee F. Gow insist- ed on clean sport and ruled off one of each team who attempted to play rough. When time was called the score stood five to three n favor of Lethbridge. The visitors excelled in combination but the home team showed up well in individual play. The Lethbridge team lined up as follows Goal, L. T. Cook point, McCorvey; cover point, McHale; first A. B. Coot second de- fence, McKeown third defence, Da- vine centre, Mackay first home, Sinclair; second home, Vrooman; third iiome, McGrccvy ouUide home Hclmer inside home, Dick Robson. Referee, .Frwl Gow, A YVI There are clothing sales advertised as the products of the best makers in the land when in reality the majority of goods placed on sale are shoddy plunder. But here at MACLEOD BROS, you will find the World's Best CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES and FUR- NISHINGS at a saving of one-third We place on sale this week TWO SPECIALS. Over 300 Suits to choose from. Regular and Sale prices 16.50 and 18.00 On Saturday we give a hard or soft felt hat with each suit Clothing THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Crabb Street, Between Dufferin and Redpath Arrived by Express this week Latest Novelties in Ties Latest Novelties in Hats Bar White Vests Barbers' and Waiters' Coats Carpenters5 Aprons with Snaps and Straps Overalls, the Biggest Snap in the City No. 9 oz. Union Made Bib with Spring on Suspenders, regular Sale price SHOES 6 cases Mens' Box Calf Bluchers, regular ,50 shoe, sale price 2 cases Ox Blood Bluchers, regular sale price 2 cases White Duck Oxford Shoes and Bluchers, sale price PEABODY'S RAILROAD KING. All the time price in blue and stripe Other makes from 65c to A full line of Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags just arrived MacLeod Bros. t _ Money Back if Not Satisfied CRABB STREET, Between DUFFERIN and REDPATH ;