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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page (5 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEKAIVD Saturday, May BALL GAME AT ATHLETIC PARK FULL OF THRILL SUNSTAR WILL HOT FAVORITE IN ENGiUSH DERBY Mint of Money Will be Taken in at Gate When Big International Polo Matches are Plaveol at Meadovvbrook Next Week Exciting Match Maroons Had Game Handed to Them and Then Threw it Away Four Pitchers Worked Score 74 It was .just a case of Custer's h'.f-tj Bland, and Custer fell. But says he'll rise again, and drive Indians igndminiously off the lot. Oi course, it was only a game of base-! bail. A lot of different; things csnj happen in a ball game, and they in last nirht's game bet the Indians and the Maroons. U was; a. battle from the crack of the and the .DP got die sea! is of] i The Maroons about seven uaies four. I; exactly a specially o-tiered! even.ns: foi- il-o great .came. -iud the; or ro fans, who brai-jd the! lur. to keep warm by! iiai.ding out a hot line of stuff i-j thej stir performers- The diamond was! of the toboggan slide order, and fast was out of the question, hut inj spite of these handicaps some f.iirly gocd samples of ball wsre seen. The heavers were in misery- most of the; time, net being able to get control of their flmgicg appendages. Each team! FOI THE FESTIVAL SPORTS a pretty scientific! boxer. Ftor the past two years he haa been the amateur heavyweight champion of Canada, and at the amateur chlimpkmship touma- nient in Toronto ai )out a month ago he defeated the men thet were put against him, ease. While {there is not an amateur heavyweight in Canada good encfctgh to give Gage more than a workout, he Is sure to Atbletes Deemed Worthy of Representing Canada Eastern newspapers seem to think meet a much oetter i class of borers that the following will make the but notwithstanding ttere j adian team to participate in the many pugilistic -who be- tival of Empire sports: Llieve that he wjil get 100 yards and 220 be- i expected that thye wiH sail tween' Bobby Ken-, Hamilton; Halb- -Tuce n or 10> accorciihg .TKE, EJTVil.xSH: POLO X. Y.. May Merc series of three contests for the Interred all expectations, and it is now cer- OOO has been expended to Cup, 'between that more than 15.000 persons it was cold and the bugs wouldn't] jtfian ;date for seats those wishing to see: international polo, matches, four from EngLind and surround the field when Britons adovrbrook defenders will begin on Tide against Americans. The lower jpriced seats, limited in number, are ining at Meadowbrook next week, aj foe demand for seats has surpass-i selling at premiums of 52.50 each. tand for any delays. to third. Bowers pickled the :ball for three scoring Meyers, i'out was left at third when Robson struck out. Nichols got a nice safety in the sec- used two pitchers, and although fewjond. but nothing came of it. as he was hits were off their delivery, they ioaugbt stealing. The other two men passed ten men. and got in some easy outs. holes. Clark went to the mound The Maroons proceeded to put the the Indians, hut after passing two men :game in cold storage in the third, when and allowing a three sacker in soc busy, and sli-ppecl over two third, he retired in favor of Seiden- more of tho counters. first Decker, who flung them across died, short to first. Kiunear beautiful accuracy. Ke hasn't and Rau Jaid down an easy but control and a fast 'straight to Clarke. The pellet was some- LePper making an oration to the Umps with a swnn song attached, but he of the greasy pig- variety by this made six of the enemy look and Clark, in throwing to sec- and doled out one measly scratch in fond to force Kinnear, heavSd to left the five spasms he in the and the runners rested on se Dukey Robson, sen-ing oat the bend-jond and third. A passed ball scored With the score 4 to 1 against them -1-5 for me Maroons in the beginning, i Kinnear. and. Reg aviated, while Indians whetted their jSeiden-becker I: three-base hi-s. Moore 'FORMER CALGARY PLAYER i Bowers: base on ball? (off c, ;Ciark Seidenbecker 0: struc-k our. Robson Meyers 2. Clark Ssid- enbecier 6: earned tuns. Indians 1: tlrst base on errors. Maroons 5. In Idiansi: double play. Evans to Lepper; 'sacrifice fly. Nicholson: passed balls. 3 Pullev 1 Umpires-Putnam 'and Tatc. .NOW WITH GiVEN ST. LOUIS DIAMOND IS RING sta; th T .May w team'