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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBfrroaE, ALBERTA., THURSDAY, JUNE 10, SPORTS WALKED OFF FIELD IN EIGHTH UMPIRE DYER AGAIN HANDS OUT RANK DECISION AGAINST Stanley Kelchell Knocked Out Famous Jack O'Srien GUN CLUB Gun Club held its weekly _ last nig'ht under perfect wea- ther conditions. The turn out, was the b'-st of the season, there? being twenty shooters on the firing line. The following scares were made i N'ourse S, Coons 10, MeKnight 9, "McBeth H. Britton Livingston Shover 13. Pilling 12. Kerr 13, Je.tt 10. Withers Cunningham 9. Ry- 'lands 7. Stafford, A.B.. 15. Agnew 12. Anderson, .J.R.. 19. The rv will be an extra shoot on .Monday iiiirht ut seven o'clock. PLUMBERS VS. CARPENTERS Tomorrow night, a football match will take place between the plumbiTs ami carpenters. The teams will be U'illiamson backs Quinn and Walker halves, Cameron. Key and Holmes forwards, Xichol- son. TJolison, Holberton. Atkhison and Delvin. Carpeniers Goal, Bos.s backs, Wells and Crawford Halves. Stan- ford. I1. King and U. King for- wards, .Stevenson, .Brown, Barber. -Jovco and Kundle. 3ASE8ALL RESULTS Western Canada At Brandon OuO 000 Winnipeg, -June to the generosity of I'mpire Dyer in giving Winnipeg tonight's game with Lethbridge in the eighth inning, after Miners had quit the field owing to a disputed 'decision. Maroons arc now leading the 'league. Tonight's con- test was the hottest wagered here for some time. U'ith score tie. two each and Lethhridge at bat, Lynch hit for two sacks in eighth, scoring Taylor, but the umpire ruled that he did not touch first base, and was called out. so the run did not count, j start io the A squabble followed with the um- pire. Lynch 'and Manager Corrigan were put out of the game, ami later Corrigan took his team oft the field, and forfeited to Winnipeg. 1'hiladelpluu. l'a.; .June Ketchel, the .middleweight champion, tonight defeated .lack O'Brien in the third round, thus iircoinpliyhmg a feat that -Jack the heavy- weight colored champion, failed to j do in six rounds some three weeks ago. The light was stopped in the second minute of the third round, after I O'Bri-.-n been knocked -down twice; i in the second and once in the third, and was almost unabie to raise his hands to defend himself. The fight was a whirlwind affair from the j finish. Ketchel went after O'Brien from the tap of the 'gong and shower! 1 ha'., he was de- termined to catch him and achieve a j knockout. He demoted his attention to O'Brien's body until he hud drawn Game up to this was very interest- the latt.er's guard down, ami then he Geheau was batted out of the crashin sec- 0 ht in til box in the fourth, while Van Zant. I om! round that scored the first knock j who pitched for locals, was -hit hard, j O'Brien got up gamely, but! This is the way the score looked at j wenl dou'a llllt his back a fuw" j time of the squabble -J moments later' from right and left! LKTHBRlDGE AB R H O A E llu' Jaw- This limc> he struggled j 0 to his feet at the count of six two j Q; seconds later the gonir rung. The 0 third and last round was brief. Q Ketchel went in for a knockout. In Q his anxiety to finish it quickly, he i Q was wild and many of his swings 0 went wide of the mark. Finally he Q i cornered O'Brien and sent in a short Q Q arm blow on the jaw that about 0 o it. O'Brien could not fall o a because he was pinned in a corner. I .1-1 e crumpled up on the ropes and clung to Ketchel's neck desperately, i Shaking him loose. Ketchel sent in j right and left, again that put O'Brien very irroggy. Referee McGuigan, see-i iny- O'Brien's condition and wishing i I Of: Corrigan, cf -I Cox. If Corrigan, rf -I Taylor. 3b -1- O'Hearn, 2b -1 Lynch, c 1 Bell, ss 3 Townsead, lb 3 Gebeau, p j. Kolar, p 1 Killaly. p' 1 0 WIN Nil'EG Piper. If Kruger. '2b Anderson, c Uolmer, 3b Kdmonds. cf Beatty. ]b Beatty. U, Bond, rf McMahon, ss 32 2 9 21 8 0 AB R H O A E 0011 1 4 1 0 0710 0 sc-rious injury, Q to avoid a possible the fight. 0 Ketchel was cheered wildly by the Medicine Hat 000 000 Batteries Woods and Stingle 'Welch and Ward. Umpire, Voss, At (First Game) Calgary 200 000 Eegina 000 000 Batteries Crist and Heiseler Sporer and Gardner. Umpire, Don- nelly. (Second Game) Calcary 001 001 000-2 Van Zant- P Kegina 300 000 000-3 2 32411 2 the disadvantage of the black Batteries: Vining, Standadge arid j 000 001 j pion. Ketchel said after the fight j .Heiseler; Xeidenfuer and Gardner. 01.1 000 Ox-2 j "I was confident that I could get j At Moose Jaw__ Huir.mary Two-base hjits, Taylor, j O'Brien in less than six rounds. T Moose Jaw 010 100 000__2J'Jack Corrigan. Edmonds. Stolen j am satisfied with my showing to-i Edmonton 000 TOO j bases- Holes, Beatty. Double night." Batteries: Smith, Steele and An-i pla-vs- JaCk Corrigan to Townse-nd j O'Brien felt his defeat keenly, but 200200. crowd, which was quick to comment on his showing as compared with. Jack Johnson's against O'Brien, to thony McNeil 1 and Burr id go. American 11 (i At New "New- no game, rain At St. Louis............................ 2 5 Boston 3 9 National At York, vvet grounds. At no game, 'rain, St. Louis 4 11 At St. Brookh-n............................. 3 7 At Pittsburg- 6 "Philadelphia 0 Northwestern At E H E Portland 5 11 3 Tacoma 052 At gpolcane 252 Aberdeen 371 At Seattle................................ 5 10 Vancouver 387 Pacific Coast At San Oakland 4 14 7 San Francisco 8 10 3 At Portland- Sacramento 0 34 Portland............................. 371 At Los Los Angek-s 2 71 Vemon 881 unassisted; McMahon to quick to .irive Ketchel full credit j Beatty. Wild pitch. Van Zant. Hits for his quick victory, off Gebeau in four innm-gs, 5 off j Killaly 3 in three innings. Hit by: i pitched bail, by Killaly 1. Base on bails, oil Killaly 1. Van Zant 2. (struck out, "by Gebeau 1, by Klllaly Press Club Beaten 2, by Van Zant 3. Time of game. I 1.3-1-. Umpire. Dyer. THE FOOTBALL TEAMS The following will be the Maple For the first lime ori five Samt's is season the Press Club received j i their bumps last night at the Ath- j j lethic Park. The North Ward Maple j Leafs dkl to the tunc of 10 to 7- Leaf football team to meet the A. A few repetitions of the Xorris and O. F. on Thursday night -at seven l Kowe clrcus baseball burlesque were backs, o'clock Goal. A. White backs, J. Harvif. H. J. Brown half backs, A. 'iiarnsle.v. .3. Carr and Dr. J. S. Stewart forwards. A. B. Cook, R. Fail-brother. H. McKay, English and E. Rannarcl. The folJowinc is the team selected to represent the A.O.F. in the game with the Maple Leafs tonight Goal, Thain or Kundell backs, AVellington and Hooker halves, Dupen, Wilson, and Turner forwards, Rudd. Doe. Bartholomew, Wallace and Gouchee, 2 I Reserves. Rossiter. Whitehead. Laing ami Thompson. Dress at Balmoral. Kick-off at 7.15. All players not se- lected or on reserves are -asked to bring their uniforms to the 'head- quarters by 0.30. NORTH WARD WON Last night the North Ward Juniors defeated the Red Sox by four runs At the end of the seventh innings the score was cx-hibited from time to time, but j otherwise the game was fairly inter- j esting and closely contested. For the first three innings the Typos led the way, and then the Leafs brought it to a tie in the fourth. In the fifth they took the lead and held it un- til the. end of the seventh, when the game was called- Maveety twirled the fore part of the game for the Press. He was fol- lowed by .Evans, who In turn relieved by Tate. They were given indifferent support, which made it hard to hold the opposing team down. Reid caught his usual good game. Lohman started the pitching for the North but was taken out early in the :--ame and Parsons sub- stituted. He proved himself an able slab artist. The Printers did very little with his delivery. He was held up by the good work of Geyger be- hind the bat. Lands For Sale On Crop Payments NO CROP NO PAY These lands are owned by the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Coloniza- tion Co., for whom we are general agents at Lethbridge. The lands are situated in the Valley Reservation, and no better buy exists in the land line at the present time. We are taking Parties of Buyers Every Monday f .of ihlArirlfm of 1 r% m Tnfnrmof 7Ari ix-ill Ko JVCAVJ.I.1M XVtjBKV W.V x eiven if vou will call at our office over the Eureka Theatre, Room 9. O Bryan Block, or write Box 387. The Canadian Real Estate Co. WHAT TO SUNNY DAYS Ladies' department Worcester Princess Hip. ami all the latest styles, per pair, from....................................................................... to Famous 5. C. pair................................................. white with handkerchief collar and cuffs. The very thing for sum- mer Regular price, Now only embroidered collars and belt effect. Regular Lawn fronts, long tucked sleeves, collars trimmed with fine val lace. Bought direct from the manufacturers in large quantities. Wonderful The prices are: Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for Please call and inspect them. from fine English print imported direct from the Land Children's department Lawn Organdies andMull. Made in Mother Hubbard and French .dresses, also with the Dutch yokes. Each, from............-....................90c to Wash all colors of Duck and English Galatea and Linens. For boys and girfs. Each 35c, 45c and 50c Men's department Lot of Choice Patterns of Cambric each. Reduced to clear to....... Tennis Comfort collars.......Each.................................... Flannel stripe...........Each................................. Striped Outing Shirt....................Each................................... HAT SPECIALTIES Fine Straw Hats....................... Each..............................75c to Boater Hats ..........................From Cloth Hygenic Hats............................Each...................................... 75c Linen Hats...........................Each ......................................65c Fedora all colors.............Each.................................... Fancy with dots or stripes. to Black Alpacca MEN'S SUITS Tweed, striped patterns .Regular Two-Piece Summer Blue Serge Single and Duble Breasted.. .Regular A Train Load of Groceries arriving, consisting of Two Cars Groceries, One Car British Columbia Sugar, One Car Salt, One Car Rolled Oats, One Car good, sound Potatoes BY BUYING DIRECT IN URGE QUANTITIES WE SECURE FRESH GOODS AND THE LOWEST PRICES HUDSON'S BAY CO I ;