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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 ;TY cox [N THE BOX Cy First GclITie Jaw 4. Lcthbndjre 12. Time hours. AtU-mJUvnco. 300. Umpire Donnelly. The Second Game There wore fewer errors am) less kicking in the second game. The chief feature was a triple play, the first of the your here, pulled off by i he visitors, in the sixth -loc h-.ui knocked out n triple and camo in on Cox's single, -lack also He and Cox were oil first and second. Tavlor hunted it was a pop fly which C.ilchrist reached. Roth run- ners wore away off. so 'that a throw- to O'Hayer and then to Taylor at secoml put them out. Pieh re- deemed his blow-up in tho afternoon. The Tie-bin Hoads got eiirht hits otT him. but except in the seventh when, four singles came in a row, he kept scattered. He struck out no ''hiin nine men including Man- Ttivlor. who bit twice to the Home Team Lost and latent of the crowd. The visitors made three on. one hit Won Yesterday dnd two errors in the second, soour- 1 ing temporary lead, but except in the seventh could not 'do a thing. An even break was the best the; The Miners kept piling them up one j i at a time, hitting and running with Mirers did vesterdav in the ciouoie-1 -u ipleasinir regularity. The game was header with the Robin Hoods. They j the Kobia couM have done better but they did-; Hoods had hcvn retired without a n't. The first game wont ten innings i tally. to break a tie. but it should never Some of the Hobjn Hoods put. up a hava finished the ninth for the Robin! good article of ball. Anthony, the j, if catcher, is all right Mittlestadt in t c c 'centre field won repeated applause by not- four runs in the first spasm by sonlfl really catches, and two "bad throws in the ilrst spasm at second played consist- by the generally old reliable "Cy" cntly. Pieh. Five runs on two hits and a, r ihe I Bell for all round i 11 piavin- cau-ht the ev.> of the crowd. pass indicates bad baseball on was uecressive. sharp. other side. The evening game was He battej ,voli easy picking for the locals and the was aiive QTL the fcases_ a same saki "Cy" was the slab artist. j runner Joe Corrigan has them all Both games were made disagreeable! beaten a. block, and his record of four purloined sacks in one day is a bv the very objectionable method uv tut- '-ood one. Lynch continued to put; employed bv Manager i aylor, ot >.ne mF up a "Teat came and made some Moose Jaw team, to get, wivn splendid catcaes 01 fouls. Umoire Donnellv for ailesreu wrons, -r. The Miners went to Edmonton last treatment the niirht beiore. it is not night to plav ssx gajues, and on pres- oiten tiiat a Lethbridge crowd roasts _ v; i- a plaver, but Tavlor got lots of it, j 7 01 them. They come-back here with and deserved it all- As a public ea- tue xiiii.tct.5 on -J uiv tertainer rn tne shape 01 a baseball player, Taylor is a distinct failure.: E H 0 IF and his appearance on any diamond J...........; will hardly be hailed with pleasure 11} __ o JT-aylor, ss 3 he behaves himself in the same way, t II other places. WUliams, 2b 4 1 .The weather was drizzly and threat Olmstedf 3b 3 x ening rain at both games, so the c 4 crowds were not very large and the irittlestadt( cf 300500 Gilchrist, p 300110 j Carson, rf 300200 The First 1 1 122 '2 2 111 111 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 class of ball put up was hardly to the standard. The first game was thrown away in I 31 5 S 21 7 2 the first innings. O'Hayer drew a I LETHBRTDGE AB R H 0 A E pass. Taylor hit a bounder to Corrigan, cf 221 who made wild throw Xo. 1, scoring Cox, If 41300 0 0 O'Hayer. Then Godfrey put fly to Jack Corrigan. rf 4 0 2 0 Taylor. 3b 4 Kelly, 2b 4 Jack, and he dropped it. Williams hit to centre scoring Taylor. Then the snappy third baseman, Olmsted, j LyncL, c 311 bunted. Pieh grabbed the sphere ss 121 tthrew it a yard over Taylor's heaOv jtownsfind, lb 3 two more came in. Anthony lilt- j Pieh, p 3 ioubJe to left and Olmsted and none out. Pieh quit ither than "Chesty" .Cox went box. Chesty did not have enough to run ,-a. toy engine, 0 u 00100 00130 820 321 1801 0020 used all he had to great ad- 28 7 9 21 9 2 By Runs 030 000 5 Hits Oil Oil 8 Xo were T four little singles Hits 030 223 0- 9 Summary Earned runs, 3Ioose Jaw 2, Letahridge 2. hit, Joe Corrigan. Sacrifice fly, Joe Stolen bases. O'Hayer, off him all the rest -of the errors were responsible for two of the three runs made three in the sec-1 Joe Bell. Bases on balls, f'r single by Lynch followed j off Gilchrist 5, off Pieh 2. Struck by Bell, Townsend's body j out, by G-ilchrist 1 (Cox) by Pieh 9 rid KUlaly's smashing triple, j (O'Hayer 2, Taylor 2, Williams 2, _________s-i'o-les with coturtcu j Anthony, G-ilchrist, Triple SEVEN! the fourth, tieing ihejpiay, Gilchrist to O'Hayer to Tay- Groucbers took a lead! lor. Double plsy. Kelly to Bell to fut. again were tied, and again j Townsend. Left on bases, Moose thing happened in the j Jaw 7. Lethbridge 6. Attendance, Two hits made the Time. 1.35. Umpire, Donnelly, run in the tenth, while neither Cox' or Jack no-r Taylor could bring Joe WESTERN CANADA in after he had .managed to get to LEAGUE STANDING third on Godfrey's error. -____ The scorer- MOOSE JAW AB It H O A Hat O'Hayer, lb 31070 21 Caviar, ss................ 51021 0 i LETHBRIDGE 17 Godfrey, If 5212021 Williams, 2b 5 2 Olmsted, 3b 4 2 Anthony, c 5 0 2 120 21 calory 19 224 IS 121 Moose Jaw iy 0 17 13 Won Lost P. C. .643 .568 .515 .500 .486 .475 .44-7 .394 10 16 16 19 19 21 21 20 cf 20040 Meyers, rf 40030 Carson, p................. 300010! Gilcbrist P.............. 100000 DOMINION DAY AT CLARESHOLM LETHBR1DGJ 37 8 630 7 21 Claresholm, hopes j entertained for a successful Do- VB R H O A eniertameu jor a _ A i A i n minion Day celebration here, and j Joe Corngan, cf 4 0 1 0 1 O provided the weather keeps 'good an Q 0 enjoyable time shoul.-] havl. The horse races will be as good if Cox, If