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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGI FOUR LtTHBHSOGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1909. LETHBRIDGE NINE MADE GARRISON FINISH Beat Regina Out In Innings After Being Four Runs Behind Say. thi-. is really netting 111 ous. it is a habit. Four games in ,-uc- eession. Thy Miners tried t" lost- hist night. They let the was nothin' to it. We had to have it. Goldrich laid away on the Bonepile and Lefty Spnr- er considerable fame .mounted the I mound. They all alike tu j j J-U'k. had already made thro.' i i carers >.i he gj-Y" him an-'ther ehaiuv he tiiii ('ox .-cured and the jgami- v.v.s ,i tie. The rattl- -M badly looking a.'ter i I tiia: Jack k--pi u'oim; until JL-j. lani'eii third already for anything. ha..i not made a hit and ____ a chance tu do it mid win the The shorttieH was a safe place i he put olie thn.nich there and Jack :K- in. Roar! There never was such! a scene. Kelly hit another to the i sluTtstt.p but he it ami tagged j Tayior mit. Sporer besran to settle to business. Lynch picked out a nio'1 one and heaved it away t0 the left field. McDonnujrh took after it j and caught it on the run, making the i i best catch seen on the grounds, this year. Bell ended the fun by giving i Summers tui fly. i One ahead and an innings t" play. could the Miners h-ld their advan-1 i Sure thing. Botii Lezie and j Kilialay were warmimr up in case Pivli sliouUi up. But not so, old Ward put one nut-ide Cox's read) but he g..t it ii> time to CM ton Ward at second. O'lHns and Gardner put irrounders to Kelly wh" had Joe's place at second, and tl'.o was over. V' It was a great Lraiue tn win anil n hard one to lose. The first part was i all Regina's way. Their hits came in such a way TO niflk- runs while tlu- .Miners iiit oiiener but not so The locals hud eight hits f-.r three runs irhile the visitors i had seven runs fur eight hits.. The Miners worked a run in the i first without -etting a hit which was i more than the other fellows could do. j In the second the Ossifiers made two on hits by Quinn and and j Joe's muff i.f McDonough's hit. In the fourth of Qurtin and j McDonough and Livingston's sacrifice tallied another. With tw.. gone. Town i send and Pieh bingled but Joe fel! leaving them stranded. Hard' luck. Again in the next Jack's single i and went for iiaught. The Kegina fellows got busy in the j sixth. Quinn made his third succes-; jsive hit, a double. Livingstone follow-; ed with n single, and McDon'-'ush heaved one over die ridge to the cen-' tre field fence for three bags scoring i j two. He came in on Watsons out. The I game was apparently salefly in the j Regina column. i But the Miners came back part way. jTownserid gi-t a life from Collins, so! I did .Pieh, fulfilled by placing just inside the third I base line for two runs. "The Bone-; j piler.- another in the eighth and I the game was sure gone. How i: back has already been tuLj. j There was Corns' baseball mixed I at several spots. thi" left i fielder for Eegina shed a stellar iiirht i accepting five chances, the most" of which wer- oi the triple hit r-bbery j variety. He batted .667 too. But the bvitter was Quinn who ]iad a perfect i record. He was some few fielder also. Both j.jichers did their share Of batt-: i ing, Pieh getting three out of four. Townseiid was til.- batting surprise j I a batting average as well as a hat and a pair of shoes is to j him now. "Cy" Pieh did a fine pitching ?tunt j Seven strike outs distributed amons I iiive men pretty ,go--d. He fielded! i his position well 'too, having six as-! sists without a slip. Cox made a! great catch M a hit marked 3 from i Gardner's bat in the seventh. j The score: I REGIXA Aii K A "E .'Summers, ci........4 0 0 3 0 Ward, Ib............ 3 0 i Collins, ss........5 0 Gardner, c..........5 0 Quinn, 3b...........3 3 Livingstone. 2b.....2 2 McDonoutrli. If......3 Watson, rf........... 4 o 0 0 Goldrich. p..........4 o j Sporer. p 0 0 Total 7 9 24 10 4J T.ETHBRIDGK AB B H 0 A E Joe Corrigan, 4 2232 3 I Cos i -2 i i oj ;rrtgan. rf. -i i i 0 0 0 Taylor. 3b........... 5 0 i 0 0 0! 2 0 0 0 0; o oj 5 4J o! oj Di 0! i 0; ni First Impressions may not be the right ones, but they are often the lasting ones. Where one person reads a man's char- v actor in his face, a hundred read it in his clothes. If you look if you in your clothes, most people will jump to the conclu- sion that you do. And you will never get a chance to know them well enough to prove that you don't Make your, appear- ance count for you instead of against you. .Wear "Progress Brand" Clothing Tailored Gvanntert kf H. rimtorg 4 tff. LimHrt, SoW wMi CMTMfce fcy McKCLVIE A MeGUIRE Kdly 0 l Lynch, c............5 o 1