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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tHC UETHMIDOt DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, SPORTS WON IN AFTERNOON AND LOST AT NIGHT Results Of Yesterday's Doable Header At the Ball Park An even break was the best the Miners- could do with the 'Mad Hat- ters in a double header yesterday They took the afternoon game by playing ball all the time and they lost the evening game by putting up the voTst exhibition yet witnessed on that It was simply fierce. ID fact, the', support he was >o rotten that- pitcher McNeill who was good work in the box gave up in disgust and .Canty car- ried on trie forlorn hope to the ter end. Kc-lly was the chief offend er. He is credited with three crrrri but the scorer was merciful. Oox was. all to the bad, missing chance he had. The Corrigan broth- ers c-mpleted the awkward, quartette. The the bunch all the time. Bell performed to perfec- tion in both games. Townsend also did his stunt- well "saving many an error on bad throws. Lynch hackee up the pitchers in his usual 1.000 per .cent. way. Killalay raised the roof oi the grand stand by 'two sensational catches in. left field where he took Canty's place. The fielding feature of the evening game was a running one- handed backhand catch by Si Ben- nett cutting off a sure double, from Cox's bat. Zimmerman in left did some great stunts too and aided ma- terially in the defeat of the Miners First Game Only a few people knew there was to be an afternoon game and the crowd who saw old Pieh pitch the Miners to victory was, small. .was a great performance. Except for an excusable error by. Joe Gorrigan he had perfect support and he pitch- ed great ball. In eight innings the league leaders got only two hits anc one run. In five innings there were only three men wha faced his deliv- ery. Iif the ninth he eased off a lit- tle and the Mad Hatters got three singles for one run. The Miners did not get busy with Whismanjs delivery until the fourth although two errors a.nd a base on balls filled the with oni: down in the third. In the fourth Canty hit but was forced out by Bell who promptly stole both second and third and came in on Childerjs error. A walk followed by a sacrifice, two singles ,and a-n error netted two more in-the fifth. Clean .fitting earned two more in the sixtn and again in the eighth the same was done. Grimes was injured in a mix-up with Bell when the latter stole sec- ond and retired. Harper was game and displayed the form which has made him. a favorite every- where. Umpire Voss was indisposed and did not officiate. His place was tak- en by Welsh and Lezie who did re- markably well, there being practi- cally no kicks. Lezie was almost perfect on balls strikes. He caught the crowd with his waving of his wings and the equally dramatic he called: oiit. It is unique and fascinating. Lezie wilt yet be an umpire miles above the average of President Fleming's present staff. The score, first MEDICINE HAT- AB R H 0 A E Bennett, rf. and 2b. 1 10 10 0 Grimes, 2b..........1 0 0 2 01 0 0 10 0 Wilson, cf...........4 0 0 0 0 0 If. ...'.4-12 3 0 0 Ward, c............4 0 2 3 Davidson, Ib. 4 0 0 7 Guilders, 3b........4 0 1 1 Harper, ss.'............ 4004 Whisman, p. .......3 0 0 2 31 2 5-24 8 3 Joe Corrigan, cf. 3 1 12 0 1 Cox, 5 1 1 a i Jack Corrigan, rf. i 3 3 3 1 0 0 Kelly. 4 0 1 0 4 0 Lynch, c...........512610 Canty, If............. 4 02 3 0 0 Bell, ss.............41 0340 Townsend. Ib..........400900 Pieh, p............- 400 ,1 2 0 36 7 10 27 12 1 By Medicine Bat ........100 000 Lethbridge ...........000 Summary runsy (Medicine Hat'2, Lethbridge 4. 2 base hits, Kelly. Sacrifice hits, Grimes, Kelly. Stolen bases, Bennett, Jack Corrigan 2, Lynch-, Bell 2, Pieh. Hit by pitcher, Bennett, Canty. Bases on balls: of! Whisman 4; off Pieh 2. Struck out: by Whisman 2; by Pieh 5. Wild pitch, Pieh. Double play, Bell to Townsend. Left on bases: Medicine Hat, 6; Lethbridge, 11. Time 1.45. Umpires, Welsh and Leitic. Tht The second spasm ia too horrible to relate in detail. WeUh who had pitched the night before wai in the box and he delivered a food line of goods and received fair lup- port. The .Miners hit him hard as is shown by the fact that in addi- tion to seven safe hite, the outfield- ers had no fewer than eleven outs. Zimmerman covered acres of ground and got five of these., Bennett and Wilson also did the sticky-fly-paper stunt in great style. The fast infield worked in all sorts of ways getting un- wary miners in sundry places. The Miners looked as if they wtre going to take the game easily right at the start. Joe got a hit and after two were gone Kelly made a swipe to the right field fence and would have completed the circuit if he had not slipped at first. He got home when Childers lost the ball under his bloomers. But the Mad Hatters got one in the second on an error, a hit and a fielders choice. A comedy of errors without a hit gave them two more in the third. A combination of hits and errors made four more in the fourth. Three hits and a pass added two in the sixth and from that time on Canty and the rest of the team played ball allowing neither hit nor run. In the meantime Corrigan's' Cork ers picked out a hit nearly every in- nings but nothing resulted until the seventh when Bell heaved a'mighty triple over Zimmerman's head and came in on a balk. Second MEDICINE AB R H Bennett, rf. .Whisman, Ib. Wilson, cf. Zimmerman, If. Ward, 5 0 Davidson, 3b. 4 0 Harper, ss.......... 4 1 Welsh, p............4 2 0 A E 1 3 0 360 13 0 1 5 .0 0, 5 1 0 0 2 1 0 41 AB Joe Corrigan, cf. 4 Cox, 3b............. 4 Jack Corrigan, rf. 4 Kelly, 2b. 4 Lynch, c. Canty, If. and p. 4 Bell, ss.............4 Townsend, Ib.......3 McNeill! p...........1 Killalay, If.........2 9 9 27 8 2 R H 0 A E 0000 8 020 1134 0281 002 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 3 2 00420 00000 0 020 0 34 3 72710 7 Bv Medicine Hat .........012 402 9 runs: (Medicine Hat, 3; Lethbridge, 1. 3 base bits, Whisman, Kelly, Bell. Stolen bas- es, 'Joe Corrigan. Bases on balls: off Welsh, 1; off Canty 1. Struck out: By Welsh McNeill 3; by-Canty 3. Time 1.50. Attendance 500. TJm- "pire-Vosa. BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Winnipeg- Winnipeg 010 000 SOx-3 Brandon 000 000 000-0 Cierzan and Anderson; Etrie Stingle. A.t Cclgary 000 010 000 11 3 Edmonton 000 003 OOO 81 Parkes and Sheehan, Wye. Umpire, Donnelly. National At (First Game) Chicago 2. (Second Chicago 8, Boston 0. At New Cincinnatti 4, New York.8. American At Detroit 3, Washington 1. At Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 0. At (Tint gmme) Chicago 1, New York 5- (Second Game) Chicago 6, New 'York 2. At St. Gajne.) St. Lokis 5, Boston 6. (Second Game) St. Louis 1, Boston 7. NorthwMtttn At Spokane- Seattle 2, Spokane 3. At Tacoina Portland 1. At Aberdeen- Vancouver 3, Aberdeen 4. Coast Lftagut At San Francisco 3, Vernon 4. At Oakland- Los Angeles 1, Oakland 3. At Portland 4, Sacramento National At Philadelphia. 1, St. 3. At Pittsburg .3, Brooklyn 0. A Stininft Star in Collardom FAJIW CAITU rturo SterMtlilft ImN. Aitllr "MOHAWK" DON'T BE 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 FURNISH- INGS at a saving of one-third We place on sale this week TWO SPECIALS. Over 300 Suits to choose from. "Regular arid Sale pnces and On Saturday we give a hard or soft felt hat with each suit your Clothing? M-LeodBros, THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST less than Hat Bar gains In Latest Colors and Newest Models Alpine, Fedora, Tele- scope and Flat Iron shapes in light grey and fawns. NotVja hjat in the lot w .50. Sale price s T IE S Wash Ties, regular 25c. each, sale price 3 for Hook-on Ties, pure silk, regular 35c each, sale price Pure Silk Four-in-Hand, regular 35c each, sale Latest plane Irish, Poplin in alljthe newest shades, regular 65c, sale price 100 dozen Novelty everywhere at 75c, our sale price 20c 2Qc 35c 50c SHOES 12 cases Shoes just received Regular 2 cases Boys' Dongola Kid Men's 3ox Calf Bin. 4.00 5.50 veL calf, kid top 6.00 White duck Oxford and Blu. 3.00 These prices are for three days only Sale price 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.50 1.75 PEA-BODY'S RAILROAD KING. All the time price in blue and stripe Other makes from 65c to for A full line of Trunks, Suit, Cases and Club Bags just arrived AJNTE MacLeod Bros Money Back if Not Satisfied OR ABB STREET, Between DUPFERIN and REDPATH A. Macdcmaid Co. Beside Gray'n ;