Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETimRlDGE DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1919 (Continued Kruiu Front 1'age.) O- fllsd'to Felsch in right. the latter gel- tic; It on the foul line, Wingo holding lint. :Ralli up. Strike one. Rata forced 'Wingo. Risberg to EJdla Una. Daubert drove a hot one to Cl- cille. who speared It ivith one hsnd and tossed him out at first. No runs. No hiU. No emirs. FOURTH INNING Cicotle was wort reached first when Groh tumbled his drive. F.ddie liictcd scccnJ. Jackson up. Rsih booltJ Jackson's srounder and ne was site at first, filling the baH-E. Kclsch up. llall Slriko one. Kelsch singled to Ins well, holding the bill Icnv and on rlfht. fcoring Collins and Jaclson holding second. This was cno'JEh for Sallee and Fisher went In Tor Cincinnati- Gandil up- Foul, strike one. Ball one. Fisher tlirew out Gandil at firsij Jackson going IP merits of the two team's as shown In yesterday's coulesi. Tho Woodland larj-, 'Ohicijo root- ers, were In great spirits Their hope hud been revived and their purees, that had been somewhat re- plenished by the Sox victory o? Tues- day, were opened and the banis were demanding uireo more Red Probably never before in the history ot any world's series has Identical scenes been viewed as those that downtown workers ou their vav to business this morning, l.on? lines o! men, women and even chil- dren stretched out at two places en southside or Fountain Square fill imcul ou getting tickets for toJay'a game. UDERGOITZ ___I one. Hall Wo. Daubert reached aver the right flelij line fence 10 th? boi feats grabbed KliberB's toul. Schalk up. Schalk reached first on a hit that Groh made a great slop of. but :o'jld not gel it over to first In time. Cicollc up. Cicotle lifted a floater that Rousch loot caM of. ,No runs. One hll. Xo errors. SKCOXD up. Hall one. Ball two. Strike one. Groh bounce J two. Ball two. IlLsberg tanned- Two runs. Two hits. Two SECOND lip. S'.nke one. The umpire esntulned ibe bill that Cicotte was pitching. He found l! all rielll tossed It Ijnct 10 Ihe Uitcier. Strike two. Uall onc. Kopt ;lled lo JEUXEOC. Neale up. Strike cue. Ball cne. Strike two. flail IMO. Ball Ihreo. led: Seale steeled., to 11 Slrifee one. Beulher popped nn easy foul Luque T-varmlos up MURDER CHARGE AGAINST YOUNG WOMAN WITHDRAWN HAILEYDURY. Out, Oct. The (bargo ot launJor jirctorrcvl "asulnst. Mar) Xorlok, n young womau, iu con- nection with the ileaib ot ;m iafant vhoic bcJy was found lu a house at Timniiua last February, was withdrawn at the [all sittings the court here today. S. Mil- lie, crown prosecutor, said ho had been Instructed to drop the case. Spite of Order To Withdraw Declares Troops Will Slay in Courlund Oct. troops CourlinJ. which aro under iho commauj of Uen. rou der Golti Insist they will remain there. In prucU tlou which has just Lvcn Issued to the j German (ailierlm.u and all civilized' Tho "Xolwithstaudlng the Ocriuau gor- enituenL's order made.under prossurp rrom tho will remain oh ihis front to protect Ihe German fron- tier asaiubt liolahcvik hordes and maintain real Socialist A scDit-ometal news agency says tbo proclamation was issued prior lo the lifcsl oiJcr to return uud addn: "It remains to be seen whether tho last onler from UerUu will bavo the ettect of chunking the juluds o[ the soldiers." Another Story Oct. Ger- mau Kovernmonrs to- Gen, YOU dor Gollt' troops MO withdraw Trom tho IJalite iiritylnces Lns proved suc- cessful, 'according to a llerliu dis- patch reaching; here today. The ro- turn ot some ul the troops began Sunday. U U declared, and several tranaporls bearing contlupeiits o( these troops homeward bound wUI leave shculy. According to AcM Ulir DUU, most of I bo Yon der Goltz troop? have declared themselves wilKug to return to Germany, only R email part ot one division undecided us to altitude. The withdmival. according to the tame newspaper, la taking place undor ihc command of Gen. von der Uoliz. as Geu. Kberhardl, v.'bo icus appointed recently by the govern- ment to take charge of tho evacua- tion, lias not rot arrived on the scene. The roof ot the resideQCO ol Rev. Father O'HrUu. Nortou, Kings county, N. 11.. was Itlowu of by nu aoetjleoe it eiploaion. Ezra Ubbj-, (camater, St. N. IV, was aerlouily Injured by bains ruu over by a wagon from-which had been jolted. REGAL FREE RUNNING the Idul ult for UbU-uae. It never cakei, tod M by changei iDtite weather. noderlch rovcrlctl to etandarJ lima las I Suuday. i'A ____j bound and getting It to Gandll away ahead ot Duncan. Xo rnns. Xo hits. No errors. FIFTH INNING FIRST Collins up. J- Col- lins hit the first bill pitched and re- in a high liy that Xeale care of. Eddie Collins up. Ball one. for CIncInnall and James for Chicago. Rath np. Strike one. Kath out, Weaver to Gendil. Rath broke his bat when he hll the bill. runs. Onc hit. Xo errors. SIXTH INNING FIRST noiv pilching Ball iwo. Ball three. Strike one.; (QT CjDCjnnau Schalk up. Ball one. Foul, slTlUe 170. Eddie Coll'Jis droTe fl n lwQ Strike onc. gcbalk fliwl single through Into centre field. Weaver up. probably Ltard'flf this Vnoirn plan of making cough syrup at But Lara TOU eter used TOU do, TO-J understand why thouiauds of families, ihe world over, feel that Iher- could hardlv keep houfe Tvithont it. simple and cheap, but Tray it lakes hold of a crash 'will qnicldj earn it a pcrmantnt place in your home. .3nlo a 1'J-or. pour ouneta cj Tlnti (50 eenis then add fOatn granulated svmp to fill up bottle. Or, if (Usire'd, u-e .clarified hoLey, or corn syrup Instead of sugar syrup. 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Cubits snitched batting position to the lefl hand Ball one. Strike" two. Ci- cotte strAk out J. Collins up. Foul, slrike one. J. Collins hit one past Groh that Tvent for a double. It was I a hard hit ball that Duncan got in ex- treme Icrt field. Eddie Collins up. Ball one. Strike one. Strike two._Ed- Collins strnci out, but dropped ball and bad to throw lo iDaubert lo get Xo runs. One hit. Xo errors. j SECOND to this lime Cicotle had pitched a masterly game, two hits being made olt his de- iirerjv Dauberl up. Strike one. Fonl, strike two. Sail one. Daubert struck "jout, the third being'called on h'.ni- Groh up. Half one.' Strike one. GroU doubled to lell, the ball.clearlns the fence in-front .of the bleachers and rolling under them. lit "was held to tTo-baggcr -hy the ground rules. !Roiisch grounder and 'tossed him out at first, irhlle-Groti'lTTas.going lo lh'ird-: Dun- can np. Ball one. Strike one. slrike two. Ball two. Dnncan put a clean single through the pilcher's.boi, scoring Groh- Kopt up. Ball one.: Ed- die Kopl's groundEr aad tossed lo Hisbefg, forcing Duncan for the third out. One run; .Two hits. 'No errors." SEVENTH INNING FIRST up. Fonl, slrike one. Ball one. Ball two. .Konl, slrike tiro. Fonl. Foul. Foul. Ball three. Wearer, fouled, off several and then struck out, lie third being called on iiin. Jackson np. Bath grabbed Jackjon's grounder and retired him casiK at lirsl. Felsch up. Strike'one. Hall me. Foul, strike. Ball two. -Ball ree. FelEch fanned, taking a'good jt. Xo bits. No errors- no. Strike ne. Ball one; Foul, strike two. Foul, eale struck ont Wingo up. Ball ne. Foul, slrike one. Ball two. Ball ree. Strike two. Foul. Wingo alked. It was his third pass to rsL Luque. up. Slrike one. 'Ball ne. Ball two. Strike two. Lutne nned. Itath up. Strike one. Ilalh ngled to centre. It was a clean hit. Collins fielded fast and Wingo got o farther than Second. Daubert up. Irike one. TJaubert was out at first, ddle Collins to Gandil. Collins mo- ball and Ihe lay was-close, called Dau- ert ool. No runs. One-hit. Xo errort.. EIGHTH INNING FIRST up. Strike ne. Kppf went way back into left nd tool Candil'E fly. Rlsberg.-up. all one. Rlsberg lifted 'a high one hat nbusch fot under and moffeo. Isberg, however, tried lo make second od was thrown oat, Kousch to Rath, chalk up_ Ball one. Ball two. Fonl, Irike one.., Ball, three. Kopf got chalk's hard drive and, making a leauliful throw to first, nailed nlTi. -No runs. -No hite. No errors.' SECOND up. Ball onc. Bill Iwo. SWXe one. Foul, slrike vo. Oroh drove a. liner out to left thai Jackson captured. IlouEch np. Collins got Rousch'E grounder near econd and threw to Gandil for the ul. Duncan up. Blslierg got Duncan's roller and retired him al flret. Xo runs. No hlla. Xo errora. NINTH INNING FIRST up. Strike one. Slrltte two. Cicotte fanned on Ihree pitched balla. J. Collins up. Ball one. Foul, strike one. J. Collins 'anned.only a few Inches, outside of the Una In right field. Ronzch came over Into left cenlrt and captured J. Collins' drlre. Eddie CollJn; up. K. Collins out, Flalh to Dtulcrt. No mnH. No hits. >'o errors. SECOND Kopt np. Foul, etrlko one, Ball Eddie Collins took high fly. Keale up. Neale popped lo Jackson. Wingb up. Slrlke one. Wingo tingled through Eddie Collies Into right Held. Magee bat- ting for Luqae. up. Btrlkc one. Bill onc. Foul, strike two, Ball two. Megee singled Into right, Wingo hold, ing second. Ilalh up. Smith ran for Mpgee. Strike one. Jlall one. Ball Ball three. Slrike Iwo. Ilalh filed lo Felsch. No runs. Two hlle. Xo errors. Chicago Rooterl Confident CINCINNATI, Oct. S.-Desplle the Keds' setback yesterday, the crowds that waited at the boi offices of Red- land field !o buy seatn were ol Ihe carte proporllons as those that galh maintain horr.es in our forls. To train boys andyount men for ovr. merchant shits bi the organization of Roys' Nacal BrigodtM. Pltro. H.R.K. THE PRINCE OF WALES Dorcule. Plttttni COMMODORE JARVIS To conduct the Boys' Naval Brigades and its other the Navy League of Canada requires Throw yourself wholeheartedly into this campaign to make it a thorough-going success, for the sake of our boys, for the sake of the whole and in your own personal in- terest. Help by giving liberally. The NAVY LEAGUE of CANADA Campaign Committee for-the Province of Alberta President, P. Burns Secretary, J.A. Irvine '.Headquarters, Calgary, Alberta.