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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHBRIDOt, AttEftTA, JUNE ,23, INf. SPORTS A HOME RUN BY KELLY DID IT Lethbridge Beat Winnipeg In An Exciting Game Last Night REGINA HERE TOMORROW X Winnipeg, concluded their present at the bull park tonight and tomorrow Kegina will uppyur ior u series of three1 fjumes, followed by Moose Jaw on Monday for the sainti number. Then Jjtth- bridge goes away from home 4t for a period. i KJL3.L1A'! Who's Kelly? Well, Kelly is the kantly kul .who knocked a krackorjadi of a liy away 1'roui here to yonder for a HOilE RUN ami WON.THK GA.ML: in the uinih iim- inys. -NowA what do you know of Uiat V The crowd was clean crazy. The game was a strenuous one i'roni start to finish. We were all the bad at one time and evened up. Again wo were "all the bad and it looked as if the jig was up, but again we evened up, and then we won. Talk about excitement. There was more oi' that stull packed into ninety min- utes last night than has been, created in any four hours any o.ther time this fans were yelling, "Home run "Tear the cover off" and such. zan bands out one steaming hot. Kelly meets it right on the label. Away it goes to the south-east, out over the hill with Piper and Bd- munds in hot pursuit. But Kelly, I where was he To first, making j mighty sure to touch the bag on to j second with the same care, ami on to third. The ball is in the air but he beats it home by a yard. Pande- monium reigned. Things were al- right The game was won. Kelly gets his pair of boots from Nelson and Oow and a new hat from the loose- Killaly started theVIun by drawing freo transportation. Joe fol- lowed with a corking double but was caught trying to stretch it into a triple. But Kill, got home. Cox gave Edmunds a catch. Jack landed a good one away over Piper's head for two sacks and came nome on Two Macs, and a, home in the heart of every fan. In -addition to this Kelly was with a V. Here's how it An enthusiastic fan in happened the grandstand came to bat yelled out as Kelly A 'fiver'' for a home did. The and year. Then to think of it that the j run. Kelly." And pitcher who up for the j fan was as good as his word homer and three other earned runs T'donated" soon after .the-game was none other than the unbeaten Gierzan with a record of never hav- ing lost a game this year. The who had faith in the teanii are now hunting for the dubs who knocked the tco-in because thc-y lost ttvo or three iu a row. A win like last night's is worth all kinds of defeats. Man but it was a great game. Killaly was in the box and what.he did to the Maroons would make a smali book. He made seven of them do the wind-jam. They hit him in only four innings and earned all Joe Corrjgan, 2b WINNIPEG AB -Piper, cf 5 Krueger, 2b o Anderson, c -1 Holmes, ,3b 5 Edmunds, If 3 K H 1 1 Beatty, lb 3 Boml, rf 4 McMahon, sa 4 Cierzaa, p 3 36 4 9 1.1 1 out when winning run scored. LETHBRIDGE AB R H O A E 310 112 1 0 2 0 1 0 -1 the time there was little, -doing with The first thing he did -Midget Piper. Krueger his -delivery. was to fan 1 their runs but one. But the rest of j- Cox, cf -4011 1 0 1 Lynch, c 3 0 0 0 o Jack Corrigan, rf 3 Taylor, 3b i Kelly, If -i went out second to first and jthen Kill, fanned Andersen. That was a good start. The Miners did not do an awful lot. Joe put up a foul ny. Chesty made a clean' single, hut the next two were easy outs. There was some sharp fielding in the second. Holmes opened up with a hit. Edmunds hit, forcing Holmes, and was in turn forced by Beatty. Bond singled and things looked dark. But McMahon gave Cox a nice catch and he took it. Miners, nothing do- ing. After Cierzan had pop-flown to short Piper hit for two. Krueger put up a sky scraper to Bell, but Ander- son sniotft the sphere mightily for three -bases and things were decidedly worse. There was nothing doing again for the Miners except that Piper made a beautiful catch of Killaly's long fly. Things were worse. The leaders took another in the fourth on a single by Edmonds, a sacrifice and McMahon's double. that way until the sixth, whea the fans had their first chance' to cut Things were still worse and stayed Taylor's hit. Talk about There was some, for things looted better. In the seventh it was as you were. But in the eighth it was different. The Maroons won the game on. three hits which netted two runs. Things looked hopeless. But not for long. Townsend started by getting out easily. But old Kill was out to win. He planted a beauty over short. Joe pasted one so hot that the umpire couldn't dodge it and it bounded off his leg. The best Cox could do was to fan. But Jack had consideration for the fans and set them crazy by driving out a mighty one over left, tying the score. Things looked bet- ter again. But Killaly everlastingly handed them out in the final spasm.. Krueger put up a foul for Townsend. Ander- son to bat strike, strike, ball, bat- ter out. Holmes up, strike, strike, foul fly to Townsend. All up with Maroons. Kelly to bat. A crazy wild lot of !Bell, ss 3 Townsend, lb 3 Killaly, p 2 30 By Runs 001 100 4 Hits 022 200 9 i By i Runs 000 002 o j Hits 100 003 S j Summary Earned runs, Winnipeg 3, Lethbridge 4. Home run, Kelly. Three-base hit, Anderson. Two-base hits. Piper, McMahon, Joe Corrigan, Jack f'oiTiifnn '2. Sacrifice hit, Beat- ty. Stolen bases, Edmunds, BeattjT, Jack Corrigan, Kiflaly. Bases on balls, off Cierzan 2, off Killaly 2. Hit by pitcher, Cierzan. Struck out, by Cierzan -J, by Killaly 7. Wild pitch, Killaly. Passed balls, Lynch 2. Left on bases. Winnipeg 9, Leth- bridge 3. Time 1.-10. Attendance, 600. Umpire, Donnelly. BASEBALL RESULTS THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR. AUU THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand liar We. "Iron Brand 3 tor Me. SOLO BY LEADING MADE BY TOOKC BROS UMfTtft. MONTREAL. AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S It Western Canada At Medicine Hat- Medicine Hat........... 002 000 3 Brandon 000 000 0 Batteries Nelson and Davidson Earl and Stinpfle. Umpire Voss. At (Evening Game) Moose Jaw 000 000 Edmonton............... 001 000 Batteries Smith and Anthony Smith and Burr'tdge. Umpire Dyer. In the afternoon game Edmonton was given the contest as Jaw left the field in third innings because of a decision by Dyer. At Regina..................... 320 000 5 Calgary 000 010 1 Batteries Hooker and (Gardner Vaning, Crist and Goncnee. Umpire, Duff. Eastern At Providence- Buffalo 2 Providence At Baltimore 1 Montreal 7. t Toronto 7 Xewark Amtricar-r At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 6 Washington 1. At Detroit 1 St. Louis 0. At (First game) Chicago 2 Cleveland 3. (Second Game) Chicago 0 Cleveland 2. At New York 6 Boston 9. Northwestern At Tacoma 1 Seattle 3. At Portland- Vancouver 6 Portland 5. At Aberdeen 3 Spokane 5. WESTERN CANADA j LEAGUE STANDING; Won Lost P. C. Winnipeg 20 14 .588! Medicine Hat 14 10 .583 Moose Jaw 18 16 .520 Regina IT M8r> Calgary 15 16 ,48.] LETHBRTDGE 12 14 .462 Edmonton 13 16 .448 Brandon 13 18 .419 MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Lethbridge Store Barnsley Block Crabb Street Clothing? M-Leod Bros., THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Calgary Store Allan Block First Street East Suits of the Hour If you want to pay or for a high-faluting label inside the pocket, that is your business. We will sell you one with our own label at and Better value. No praise too strong for Half-price on all and 20th Century this only See the Prices in Pocket Arrived Ex- press to-day Boys' two piece Suits Boys' Crash Suits Men's two piece Suits New Belts New Stiff and Soft Hats New Silk Hats New white Knockabout price New Windsor Ties 50 doz. tvash Ties, regular 25c sale price 12 l-2c Hook-on Ties, pure silk, regular 35c sale price 17 l-2c Silk Four-in-Hand, regular 35c sale price 17 l-2c Pure silk Bows, sale price lOc GLOVES, Boss Canvas, all the time price, 3 pairs for 25c 2 pairs Knit Cuff for 2Sc Gauntlets, stiff cuff, all the time price 2 pairs for 25c The Big 4 Railroad and are AgfenU for tbe Olebraied "Peabodys' PEABODY'S RAILROAD KING. All the timeprice in blue and stripe Other makes from 65c to A full line of Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags just arrived Otir Terms are Cash to all MacLeod Bros. Money Back if Not Satisfied CRABB STREET, Between DUFFERIN and REDPATH ;