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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JUNF. 21, IMf. SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS TOOK MOOSE JAWS SCALP IN EASY STYLE TENNIS The following will represent the 'WESTERN CANADA Lethbridge Team Again Hit al Hard u chance on Townsend. who fooled him tearing- oil a single to centre. Kelly tallied, made a secon t hu the buses. Then -foe di 1 his stuiu us already chronicled ami :or j-otne Time it was doulKful li Back in the old groove asraic. win- there would be anv more o Tennis Club in their match with Mucleod on L'ominum Medicine IS ,U> 19 SINGLES G. H. Harniau. K. 1'ower. K. JTcwcombe. F. Si. C. Farnin. LHM. lil.ilS Moose -law tiul Power. and Hrundon It.i JIannan Far ran. Ajioth.-r team of doubles will be Kdnionton select later. The match will start LEAGUE STANDING j ning trumos. knocking pitchers out of However, the Kobin Hoods return ;M the box ami generally playing ball to the tray. put up a litrle Woa Lost P. C. time. '1'hv Kobin who um of roach of everyone, alt'iovuM .10 trom -Aloose apj-eared ou ihr.-y went after it. with the Ifi SOOUtf uucl tho Iuns ll scan? lhat atKl 17 1U tht' !'irst liy scor" Although the was ragged in .510'ing twice. But Jack's bunch came spols it hy several groat, _474: right back with the same number. Kelly's batting made him and then forged ahead, apparently ,haR ivith'tho fans. Two >447.cinching the game. Then theHigh- uvo -.n tivt, ,I19'wtltvmen extended another .scare by up is some pUch. evening up the chalk ir.urks in the iiw.n {Qf (u.o was of sixth, and as the showed no 13 20 19 -1 IS at eleven a.m. on Thursday morning Fielding and Batting UU' !U> iriit-oiijrM ord.-r. and his hits and me west court will >e reserved sign? in their half of doing thing. ,Vi..v Hell playoci a, Averages of Leth- for officials of the Keferiv. I K. TranniOr On Th infortjmi natch games. The as follows Sea: !e umpires. P. K. scorer. AV. C. ssJay evening ar 7.MO an uiven to ihc bridge Team BATTING AVERAGES Mint-r's have been iike Hoods brought into .since they larlic-s of ve oKie ;he MM re i-ontinued umi! the seventh. i when the home pets landixi on Itose- vear. who had rephuvd Smith in the fifth, for five hits got away ahead. H.v way of a ohange the lay sons'- of the vines of KJjiir sensational game at short, takinc nil of ditiicuU chances, look- ing almost impossible, and his peg- ging to ih'st. was perfect. Tailor nuuie a couple of pretty stops at third. mud-- a great catch of hit labelled "throo-hagger" in the eighth, while .lack the with, a whirlwind catch of GUN -CLUB SHOOT cli-.' a! Stafford. A in L-l !.'J AicNa'. n Acne.v or; r.i hi-r ca'.s. -v c consisting a w'i; i.c- puJilish-xl :c The caprair.s to ha'-e a ti-n of all the members. it bat. an avr-rnsf fr.r wh'ile rr-an: e i.> t I'-a.i- with .4-j7 '.mi h.. JU-T .bat o s tiie a piroli.-r seventh. i> rh-- jnori- ami -loe an .400. 'Shortstop o-r-1 f-r ;iie -v.-elv.- .s-roi AB. Kir.- ion was 0 1 1 I.) unl C' Kos N'ANTCN TRIMMED HIGH RIVER Lezi- The Nan ton juvenile base-ball team defeated the PJt.'r team on -ituie the score of 15 to The i-roiiiin-'iii of the '.vus the heti'-y stick work of At Lhe Nan ion and t.'-.e exceiient of for Jo-.- CorriiTan. cf Jack rf IV. II II O A K -1 1 FIELDING AVERAGES HAMILTON LOSES THE SIGHT OF ONE EYE 1 -2 Hilly Hamilton, manager of the Medicine Hiii. ball ieam. who has lieen in tiiis city receivinii' treatment for an injured eye, is to have lost the sight of the optic. The Lyncli o c.. accident was the result of a. iiy tip Cox. If. mill i which cnuyht him in the eye injurinir Pit-h. it rerrilily. i Gebt-au, p. Fie came to this city and went un- Canty, p. der the care of a local specialist, but lb. so serious was the injury that noth- Kelly, c.L 2b. lb. 25 ing could be done to save his sight. Bell, 5.5. 17 It will be with much regret that Xolar. 2b. 16 ball fans and players all over the Corrigaii, I- continent wii] hear TUanager Ham- p. 1 ilton's for Billy is qne Jr.e 2b. 23 of the most popular players that Taylor. 3b. 14 '20 svt-r irloye. Tie has played Killslay. p. in the ioocnes and is easily the _ best jn thi> league Thuf he vriii aT 1" TO ciin-f this season at ioasf'i.s cer- wii1.. :-e keenly felt by liai ie-ns. which lie was intc; a. of pennarii E. PC. 0 1.000 0 i; i.rxvi i) 1.000 0 1.000 1 .971 off by polict1. AFanacrer Taylor !f'4 (''arson in centre field and finish- the .000 The li'-e a target .iVltt. practice, and e-ve'-yi.ofiy making bulls .eyes or The particular pet. v.'as on The an.l at' if his was iro- inir to iv into a c ckp-i liat. :roi a life on Townsfiui's error. God- frey, hi- of Tii" strawberry patch. lined onr lowari! .loe lilling th'- bases. hir one en..iuh for Joe "n> L-v-t untU-r and cauif in on ihrnw. Lynch ;air- ti'-.'l him but the niui'ire ca'-led hun Olmstoil laiil down a per-f.-ct bunt Hits .._.................... and Taylor Anthony trax'e Sumnuti" l-'urnvd runs. Moose; Kfilv a ratch. -faw G. Three-base-i That waP a bfir U'ad. The Jlincrs. hits. Keiiy il. Uell. Sacrifice-1 however, rfuht after the boy who hits. Towirsend. Stolen base! travels under the rare name of Smith Williams. -In.. Comtran. Bases on-! Joe got a life on Williams" Smith 12. Kosevear 1. off! 6 I CiMi'.iu.i r 9 6 0 7 26-2. DAY AT TA3ER The abi-r .'rtt-.. X-.-L: to .win the irr-nero'is t to of the bes-. hel.: ;n So'.ithern Al- dollars by the >or's of and are offered for the different conti-sts. Th throw. st-cond and reached. 2. Srru third on Taylor's poor work at short by Smith i, i l'ox died. Jack dropped a Texas l.efi learner and broutrht brother Joe back home. ior followed with a Time, two hit. ditto Kcih scoriu-sr Jack Lynch _____ bunte.'l down t-iio- third base line so that watched for ;.t i.o roll i'ou! but it -di-dn't "and the ;.-.ases were full. P.ell iiew out. .Score !n the next, fo-vir .-iniy men u'Ot on Kelly's him ste.iliii.z. in meantiiM-j the Miners .-.iid a. i-k OUT. 2, I S, Wild pitch. on. hast-s, Jaw i Attendance-. 'ioO'. Trnpiiv, l.'omielly. lj GASEBALL RESULTS Wes-err, Canada At '.'uuia 000 3ALL CHANGES rhic.icn, June ers ar.i. discussinc- p. report that L're-. .--_._ ._ .sideru C0iniskcvWof the Chicago "dent lwaUns lhe Anthony had him d.-art he drou- ericuti J.caauc team, has found a that cnn send. the got a ,lfo_ cessor to Fi..-ldor Jones in Joe (.'an-' A ropmy contest for valuable prices .send flew out; to centre and >n- 11 t _ '1 1 f) r N't'-ili aii-d Burridu'e 5 acco; r.t of dark- i At Brandon tiiion. manager of the j U'U1 newcomers this coun- camo in on the throw, mac.'na: Calgary American Lea-ue team, who will re- an opportuniiy of witnesaina: dex- third run thai iniun-r. place Billy Sullivan as manager at jterotjs feats of a kind that wil1 he up aoother :-ti ir.c the close of the Tt is n memory in the next genera- next on pass to Joe and a. hit by that "Jigrgs" Ttonohue. the former .Batteries. >tead 7 3' 3 9 2: Baca.- mrhetf.. Duff. National tion. At Boston i (.'ox. who waf- run down trying to Chicago pfayr. will manage the j A first-class band will he 5n at-; steal second. Washim-tons i.f Cantillon leaves. tendance throughout the day. and ai At this stage Smith crawled down 3.: Bostoa 3. (First game} grand hall the evening will close j off the heap and Rosevear undertook' Second ganu.> rai the entertainment. .to save the forlorn hope. Kelly was' At Cincinna-ii__ 4} Phone 417 if you want the iifst vrork done on 5 Repairs. Alterations, etc E.W.Kingston tt Room '2 Becrin Block (.-i-oocis for and returned CACK TO THE RING first up and he nearly mowed the lit- CinCmnati 3. I tie pitcher down with a ripper to i centre. L'- neh forced- him and: was Americar- u. ,_ At Chicago, June Forbes. hims'-Ij which was plxaadelphb j y k 0 "bantam weiuht champion of Bell came along _u Chicago-' to re-enter smaxhinff throe sacker to left (.Wcago t 2_ At Washington 5 Boston G. At St. jtho world, is preparing i the rinsr. Tbe former pin of the {little fellows has sisrnif.crJ }iis inlen- tion of Ihe and will nsect. Afonte AiteH before the Colnm- biA A. of Hammond, July 1.2. if lar.ter .igree to TerinK of the proposed n In planning for jj Dominion Day I July 1st, '09, do not forget 1 Sport? Baseball Lacrosse Dance Big Roping Contest See Program Posters Around Town Band in Attendance Z I i .'inii frir Tounsend fannc-d. thought he had a double lead pipe cinch on tho try me. which s'.ood ana eused off soinewhut. and before i iivhi.en.'d up things v.-.'re a'ulo. O'Haver- Thist. ejisy, imt j-ist think of it. runs were made af- 'er that. Godfrey a hit. issued his iirsi. lo Williams. hit. to left ant! used tho chalk. Anthony put one where Chesty could not' see it for the sun, and reached second while the two touched the pan. Mittlcstadt' lost another in the sun and the catcher tallied, tying the score. Thinking that was fooling- enough, fanned Severs, and from that on let them have only one little hit. In the seventh he fanned the three who came up. I.ezie made a great triple in the sixth but no one could bring him home. H was in tho seventh that The .Miners exploded a charge of dyna- mite and gathered up five tons of fragments. After Taylor had given Shortstop a nice fly, Kelly nuuJc his second triple. T-ynch pop- low to O'Hayer. Thinking it was all over Rosevear walked Bell to take Louis Ciovoioncl 0. Eastern At Rochester .'5 J'uiTalo 2. (Second G-ame) iitiflalp 2 Rochester 1