Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VlltUSIMY, OCTOBER 2, 1919 LKTiiiminr.n DAILY PAGETHmTEEH': CINCINNATI TAKES (CONTINUED fliOM FIIUNT 1'AOB) RELAND FIELD, CINCINNATI, Oct. of Claude Will- lama, 1KB While Sox pltcrwr, contributed largely to Cincinnati winning the ftecond game of the world series today, by a tcore of 4 to 2. .While Cincinnati only obtained four hilt, theM time at opportune llmei vhen they had been preceded by baits on balls off Williams. While Cincinnati made two erreri, one of which enabled the Box lo score, yet great work on the part of the learn In defensive play held Ihe Sox on numerous occasions. Rousch was the particular fielding itar of the gime. Sallee, while he was hit frequently, managed to pull hlmeelf out of several holes, where a hit was certain lo produce rum. to J. Collins on Ilio first ball pitched. No runs. No hils. No errors. THE BOX SCORE Colllns, r.f. E. Collins, 2b......3 Weaver, 3b........4 Jackson, l.f........4 F.lach, c.f.........2 Gandir, 1b........4 Rlsberg, c.s........4 Schalk, c.......... 1 Williams, p........3 1 CHICAGO A.B.R.H.P.O. A. E- .......400200 0 0 0 0 0 0 one. Kopf fouled out lo ton wrnt lo second. 11 was lUuberl'R touscb holding second. Neate up. error. up. Fclscti out, Groh Strike one. Hall one. Strike two. to Daubed. S'eale singled to lefi. scoring Ilousch. No runs. One hit. One- error. ItarWen up. Strike one. Hall one SKCOND HALF--I'll called Foul, strike two. Ball wo. llilljCliler Homier In from ifcc third base E' lllle and a lo Illsbcrg. Naiionai Comraisilon an- One ruu. One bit, No errori. nounced the total alliance to-iav! SEVENTH INNING twas T1'c "ltal FIHST up. Gandll The players pot was came up swinging Ihrco tats and with 4S3-4'- Commission's thare, determined look on. btj lace. An "aubert up. Hill onu. Hall two. Irplane passed over the field one- Ihrje. Sirl'e two. dropped a dummj bfll which fell Just I out, I'-Sbtrf to Gandil. Groh behind Un shortstop, nay was called Da" one- roul- s'r'kc one. Uall Lntil Ihey removed It Slrlke one BQl1 three. Groh walked. Gandll oul, Sallee lo Daubert. nisberg "ousch up. Itouscb filed to FcUcb, up. Rlsberg singled :o left with a wtl0 threw lo Kilole Collins. who re- line drive well bandied Duncan. Gsiwlll. calclilns Groh. ers started cheering as McMullen camo up 10 bat for Williams. Strike one. XlcMullen oul. Ilalli lo Daubert. Xo ruoa. Two hits. No errors. Mr. Juillco KullifrlanJ honorably acquitted Aid II. Clement, of llrar.t- ford on a c'large laid by A. Tomlin he converted lo his own use ITO'J paid lo blui br Tomlln lo keep ilnl out of the army. Schalk up. Kchalk doubled to SECOND INNING Jackson up. Strike one. Jackson doubled to centre. Housch missed the I threw wild, Schalk made the circuit catch by a fumble. Felsca up. alEo scored. The official scorer scoring IlisberE, and -.s'hen Ncalp 2 2 3 3 1 0 5 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 sacrificed, to Daubert, Jackson 'colne, lo third. U was a beautiful bunt. Gandll up. Strike one. tiandil I wan Ihrown out, Kopf to Daubert, 'Jackson holding third. Fllsbere up. Uall one. Hall Iwo. UlsberE Iliad, to Schalk'e hit SB a single to right. N'o runs. No hits. No errors. NINTH INNING FIRST roolc-rs in Uieir Beats and pleaded for a hit Williams up. Strike one. Slrike two. i >B Gandll came. up. Canjil tinpled Ball one. Ball two. nail three. centre. P.isDcrj; bit into a (louhle- llams fanned. J. Collins up. Hall oae. I1'37- Hath to Kopf to Daubcil. Sclialk Slrlfeo ore. Ball two. J. Collies filed UP- lo UouEdi. Xo runs. One bit, Xo errors. crowd chcertd Totals ..........33 2 10 24 10 1 'Batted lor Williams In ninth. CINCINNATI A.B. R. H.P.O. A. E. Hath, 2b......------ 3 Dauberl, Ib........ 3 Groh, 3b........... 2 Rousch, c.f......... 2 Kopf, s.E..... Neale. r.f. Rarlden, c. Bailee, p. 0 1 0 12 0 0 bad hole. Rousch up. Dall one. Ball Iwo. Hall three. Slrike one., Wil- liams' tchiporarlly lost control and walked Houscli. Duncan up. Ball one. Strike one. Foul, strike two. Ball'two. Duiican' Jtned lo Eddie Col- llns, who doubled Rousch at first. Q up. Hall one. Hall two. Kopf filed 0 lo Felsch. No runs. No hits, No errora. THIRD INNING FIRST up. Strike Total: 23' 4 4 27 14 2 0 0 1 0 one. lull one. Slrlko two. Foul ball. 0 Hall two. Dall three. Schalk lined to Rousch. Williams up. Williams singled to left. J. Collins up. Ball one. 'J. Collins filed to Duncan. Ed- die Collins up. nail one. Eddie Col- llna grounded out to Dauuert, upas- slslcd. No ruria. One hit. No errors'. Neate up. Slrike one. Foul, slrikc LTVO. Ball one. Ncale fanneil. Uaridcn up. nail one. Strlko Two runs. Two blls. One error. SEVENTH INNING SECOND Rarlden up. Strike one. Dall one. Harlden fouled lo .Schalk. Sallee up. Foul, strike one Sallea flied oul to J. Collins. Collins caught Iho Lall almost on the foul line, flatb up, Strike one. Italh lined to Weaver. Ko runs. No blls. No errori; EIGHTH INNING FIRST Collins up. Ball one. Hall two. Slrikc ono. Kd- die Collins filed oul to Jlousch. Weaver up. Weaver was thrown out. Kept Jackson Jackson Hal' 'wo. Strike one thrco. Strike two. Schalk Bin. lo centre. Again Chlcaeo root VANCOUVER MOTOR FATALITY VANCOUVER, Ocl George Clark, an aged visitor In the. citv from Patagonia. Arizona, was struck by a motor car and instantly klllel here this mofijlDg. In another street accl- dent this morninE, Mra. Ileul. 157 l.orno avenue, and her 18 old child were dangerously Injured. The stepping oul on the street toward electric car. they wero struck by heavy autonjoliile. Tho baby's legi were broken and one will have to amputated. The polire are looklns tho driver of the car. Black Iliwk. a full blooded Indian, been ordained Into the ministry of Ihe Church of Christ at Lancaster, womiu wag carrying her child anil Pa. Score by'lnnlnfls: Chicago Cincinnati '...........000. 301 OOx-4 Summary: hits: Jackson, Weaver. Three base hits: Kopf. Stolen bases: G.irdil. Sacrifice hits: 'Ftlsch Daubert, Duncan. Double plays: Kopf OI1C RarJden filed to Jack- to Djubert; E. Collins to Gandll; SD1, lvas uigd amj Jackson ivaj Fctech to t. Collins lo Rath iroublea with. Iho sun. Salleo to Kopf to Daubert, Left on batet: up ECIlt a in. Chicago 7. 'Cincinnati 3. Bases'on lly (0 Beaver, balls: Off' Collinc; off .Wil- liams, Roiisch Rath, Groh Struck out; By Williams, i (Neale) I by Sallce, Urn- FIRST up. Foal, to Dauberl. Jackson up. Bmilcrl as he faced Sallee. singled lo Dauberl, ivbo threw wild; to Sallee, irho covered first, and Jack- j EASTERN HATS 'if GAPS Why pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 60c per pound N'o runs. No hlta. No errori. FOURTH INNING FIRST up. pircs: Evans behind plate; Qulgley strike one. Weaver singled to centre, at first' Nallin at second; Rlgler at the ball going directly ovor Ilio second third Time of same, 1.42. base. Jackson up. Jackson singled on the first hall pitched to left nnd by j'fast Duncan held Weaver at THE'GAME .IN DETAIL jsecond. Felsch up. Felsch sacrlllced, i Sallee to Ratb. Weaver on third and FIRST INNING FIRST Collins Tip. J. Col- llns'.ont, Sallcje to Daubert. Eddie Collins up. Ball one. "Ball Iwo. Strike one. 'Koul, strike two. Hall____ up __....._ three. Eddie Collins walked.. Weaver [m stolc second up. qnc. Weaver line filed to lo get Kept, i doubled Eddie Collins on Jackson on second. Gandll up. Gnn- dll drove to Daubert, irbo caught Weaver at Ihe plale on a quick throw- to Raridcn. Jackson went to third and Gandil lo first on the play. Jtis- bnrg up. Strike, one. Ball one. Can- ilen making no Uall two. Ball ;hioiy. Lo Jinuborl. N'o runs. No alls. Nq errors. LAST was the lirsl "SLOAN'S LINIMENT NEVER FAILS Any man or woman who keeps it handy tell you that same thing. ESPECIALLY- Ihoae frequently nllachcd by rheumalic Iwlnges. A Lini- nunl scatlcrs Ihe congeition and pene- Iratcs wllhoul rubbinE to the afflicted part, soon rcllovlnj Iho ache.and pain. Kept handy- and used everywhere for reducing and finally eliminating Ih3 poins and ncheS bf lumbago, Ihree. Foul, strike two. Bislierg flicd to D.iubert. Xo runs. Two hits. 5sTo errors. SIXOND up. Ball Cincinnati 'urvlter to face Williams, 'one. Ball two. Strike one. Ball three. Strike one.. Ilnl! one. Bail two: Slrlko j Ball four. Rain walks. Tbe stand in two. Ball, three.' Rath, sent-a high pan uproar. Daubert up. Strike one. llv to short'centra, Folccti inakinif. tho ;Daubert attempted lo sacrifice, but ihe ball ;went foul. Daubert sacrl- 'riall'tivo. '.Foul, ..strike- .two: I need, Williams to Gandil, Rath lak- Uaubprt' oul. Rlsherg lo Gandil.'.' It'ing second. Danberl laid down a per- wns a wonder thai Rlsberg got' in feet bunl. Groh up. Strlie one. Ball front o'f second. Groh up. Groh filed one. Strike two. Ball two. Foul. Ball three. Groh walked.. Schalk and] Gandil'hold a conference with Hams. Konsch up Ball one. Ball (wo. Strike one. Itousch singled to centre, scoring and putting Groli third. Tho crowd went Into an upnar. Duncan up. Strlko one. Strike ivo. Ball two. Ball Ihree. ilonscli oul, stealing, Schalk lo Ria- berg. Groh stayed on Ihlrd, making no altompt lo score, Duncan walked. Kopf up. Kopf tripled lo centre, scor- ig Grnh and Duncan. The ball went inlo_ Ihe crowd In centre field. Nesle u'p. Slrlko one, SLrlke two. Neale was thrown out, Collins to Gandll. Three runs. Two hits. No errort. FIFTH INNING FIRST up. Slriko one. Ball one. Scbalk filed lo Ilousch. Takes Adler-i-ka neuralgia, muscle slraln, jolnl sllfl- Ilousch cams over into loft field lo ness, sprains, bruises, IbQ result o[ ex- lake II. Williams up. Strike one. Ball posure to weather. one. Ball Iwo. Dall three. Foul, Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drug- plrlke Iwo. Williams oul, Kopf to gists, 35c. 70c, 51.10. 'Made In Canada Dauhert. J. Collins up. J. Collins oul, Kopf to Daubert. Cincinnati Is play- ing olrllght ball, shilling for every bailer. No runs. No nils. No errors. SKOND up. Ball one. airiko one. Ilariden singled lo a line drive lhat Jackson fielded admirably. Bailee up. Tho crowd-gave Ihc soulhpaw a great hand. Slrlke OTIC. Strike two; Sallea attempted a bunl. lint tho ball rolled fonl lo'first. Hall one. Foul. Ball two. Salleo filed to Felscb, Rath up. Ball one. Strike ono. Rath drovo a bounder lhat Rtsberg failed to con- ned wllh. ftath reached first nnd Rarlden second. It was a hard.ball to handle. The official scorer gave "I had serious bowel and liver Iron- an error. Danberl up. Strlka hlc. Lost 50 pounds and could cal only c Bopped Eddie Collins liquid food. Commenced A'l'l and'neither baieman moved Groh moro lhan Irr-l-hi nlirl now wclgti mum Minij.un_ taFoiHl, Utllo VMi, Strike one. Foul, Strlko two. Ball ever and eal and sleep, splendidly. om, lwo_, held anolhcr conference. Groh line Minn. Adlorlka cxpt-lfl ALL pns and sour- noss, stopping stomach distress IX- Kmpllcs UOTII upper and lower flushing R.NTIRK Illcrl lo No runa. One lilt. Ono error. SIXTH INNING Collins up. Strike one. Ball alinienlnry canal. Removes ALU fulll one. Slrlke Iwo. Hall Iwo. Eddlo mailer' which poisons system. Often Collins line filed to Kept. Weaver up. CUHBS constipation. Prevents ap- Weaver doubled lo left field. Ihe ball rendicltls. We have sold Ailler-I-ki hlltiiiK a slake and hounding back, many years. It Is n mhlnro of buck- .fnclison np. Salleo Bnlllcd .13 Shoe- Ihorn, cnscara, glycerine inul nine less JOG nrbbod his hands In Iho dirt, oilier simple D. lllglnboth-. Slrlke ono. flail ono. Slrlko Iwo, am ft Co., Ltd., j.fackson fanned, Ihe crowd cheering wlicn he walked irom Ihe plato, 1 Felsch up. Bailee talked and Weaver was ordered lo third by Umpire Kvaiis, Felsch filed lo Rousch, Iho laller making n circus calch off his baring lo go almost lo j Iho fcnco and then stumbled. V No1 i'nhs. One nil. No e'rrbrs. I. SIXTH INNING I SRCONT) up. Tho crowd gave Uousch nn ovnllon when he carno lo pinto. Slrikc one. Ball one. Ball Iwo, Ball Ihreo. Strlko two. Rousch walked. U was his ond free trip to first.' Duncan up. j Duncan sacrificed, Wljlianls to Gan- dll. Ilousch look second. Kopf un. Patterson-Bell Hay and Grain Company Union Chnmbcrsi bridge, pereonally Hid nnlpping'of Ih'tlr HAY AND GREEN FtED under government 'reo frelghl. Tlioy do not leave II (o Ihe olh- cr follow. I. Thank You, Ladies! 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