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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THS LETHBRfOGE OAiLV HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. 1909. g' SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS WESIMiNSTER RETAINS CUP Given a Hard Fight By Tecumsehs Vancouver, B. C., scoring a total of against nino in two .June twelve goals iiuiiehos. champion New Westminster lacrosse twelve retains the .M'irUO t'up, em- blematic of th..v world's champion- sbip. On Saturday last they defeat- eel the famous Tecumsehs, of Toron- to, champions of the L. tiy a score of six. goals to four, and this afternoon they roiled in another half dozen goals, while the Indians failed to overcome i.he lead, scoring only five goals. After the match was over Charlie Querrie. manager of the Redskins, the tlrai luan to congratulate the champion .have no excuses to hs declared, "The best team won aad they -deserve to keep the trophy. We did our best- They are the fastest men we have ever played." Today's match, while brilliant at times, was not so fast as Saturday's exhibition, which probably was due to the f act that the checking was closer and the players put up a stub- born battle throughout. The -de- fences held their checks down closely and it was only the ability of the New Westminster field to carry the hall on the Tecamseh defence that saved the day for the Westerners. The men in the field accomplished the trick, although the Indians dis- played better all round form today ami made the champions extend chern selves to the limit. But for Kins- man's sensational wort in goal the champions would have run up a big- ger score. "Either Kinsman hiis a remarkable eye or he played in luck today, as he picked the 'ball riyht out of the champions' sticks ten or fifteen times, when a score seemed in- evitable. Bad Turnbull. and JL. Turn- bull were always boring an. but Kins man took care of everything. The Tecumsehs did 'not have more than fifteen shots on the Westminster goal, the Western defence keeping th% THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR, ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand "Westntowttf 21orS5e. "Iron Brfcnd 3 lor Me. SOLD BY LEADING FURN1SHETO. MADE BY TOOKE BROS UMITCB. MONTREAL. 8HSRTS, COLLARS. NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS- 1S DAWSON MAy.............................Manager The Campbells Hat Comedy Sketch Artists Seini Greatest Russian Violinist The Meyer Co. In comedy sketch. Lawyer Smart." A screaming comedy LATEST MOVING PICTURES Beuvontuto Cellini Darinir Maid, and Beautv and the Beast PRl! 25c. ANY SEAT Brandon i Calgary i Butteries A Full Vaudeville and Picture Show You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS "And enjoy a smoke, and at the enjoy a game oi: same time BILLIARDS OR POOL at Indians covered closely and checking effectively at close quarters. In rhis respect the Royals defence excelled. Every member of the team was checked up before he got within ranee of the goal, and it was only on long shots that they succeeded in I DOMINION DAY SHOOT PROGRAM i doing any damage. The match was very clean and al- though six men were ruled off, the offences were not serious. UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block Good AT THE LYCEUM a Talented Program Including Violinist TEAM FOR TABER The following are the players se- lected from the intermediate lacrosse team to play at Taber tomorrow Goal. Callahan point, McCorvie cover point, Devine first defence, j McGreavy second defence. Barney McKay third defence, Sinclair centre, Jim McKay third -home. Mc- Guire second home, Hopkins first home. Cook outside, HeLmer'; inside Robson. Spare, W. referee W. Nelson. Tra-in leaves for Taber 12.30. Ev- I erybody be on hand twenty minutes before the- train leaves. First Event Opening shoot at ten singles First prize value S4.50, second prize S3, j jjar> popular manager ol third, ('the Lyceum has got things running at Second Fveat llwatre in that shoTVS UP 'to advantage his abilitv in the Sweepstakes ot ten en- _ BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At First Game j Edmonton I tt'imupey; 101 Oil 8 0 i Batteries: O.rady and Van Xarult and Anderson. Vmpitv. Dyer. Second Clamc Bdmonton 200 000 C. 2 Winnipeg: 400 11