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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBKH THE LRTHRnrnr.F. DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE NOiMJi STRONG HERALD SPORT SECTION (CONTINUED I--IIOM. FIIOVT PAOE) Boston Cops Second Round in World Series Ruth Wins 24 In 14 Inning Duel With Smith other run- across Olson tingled to right-. Stengel singled to loft. Daubert going to second. Wheat flied out to Lewis., Dnubort scored on Cutshaw's single to right. Stengel went to third and Cntshaw to second on the throw. Scott threw out Mow- run, three errors. Fourth Inning First filed out Io Stengel. Shorten singled over Mow- rey'a head, his second hit. Shorten went out stealing, Miller to Olson Hoblitzei filed to runs, one hit. no errors. Second beat out a hunt when Gardner threw it wildly to lirst. Olson taking second. Miller sacri- ficed, Mays to Janvrin. Olson going to third. Olson scored on Coombs' pret- ty single past Janvrin. Myers sacri- ii'ceil, Mays to IToblitzel. Scott threw out run, two hits, one error. Fifth Inning First shot a liner right into Wheat's hands. Gardner popped to Mowrey. Coombs threw out Scott. Coombs was pitching a superb game. His control was perfect and he mixed up a fast hall with a slow drop curve. runs, no hits, no' errors. Second fouled onl to Gardner, who took the ball off a spec- tator's hat. Wheat walked. Cutshav.- nn. Strike one, ball one. hall two. II was a pltchout, but wheat outguessed Mays, and remained on (tret. Mays threw Cutshaw out at lirst, Wheat go ing to second. Mowrey up. Ball ono. hall two. Manager, Carrigan claimed that Mowrey struck at the ball, hut Umpire 6'Day would not allow it. Strike two. Mowrey walked. Mowroy scored on Olson's slashing three bag- ger to left centre. Scott threw out Miller at runs, one hit, no errors. Sixth Inning First took care of Tho mas' grounder and threw him out Henrlkson batted for Mays. Henrllt son walked. Hooper sent a long drivt to right centre tor three bases, scoring Henrlkson. Janvrin popped to Cut Shaw. Hooper scored on single over second. It was Shorten': third lilt Coombs threw out Hoblit rims, two hits, no errors. Second went Into the hox for Boston. Coombs line-filed t Scott. Myers popped to Gardner Daubert got a three bagger to left bu was out at the plate, Lewis to Scot to runs, one bit, no er rors. Seventh Inning First went out to Dau bert unassisted. Gardner got a horn run over the right field fence. Scot up. .Coombs signalled for a relief pitcher. Pfeffer now pitching for Brooklyn Scott up. Scott flied out (to Myers. 'Thomas struck one hit, no errors. Second flied to Hooper Wheat stole second. Cutshaw up., 'Strife one, ball one, hall two. The otli-! cial scorer has given Foster a wild; pitch' Cutshaw flied to Hoblitzei. Fos-, ter threw.out runs, one; hit, no errors. Eighth Inning First struck out. Pfeffer tossed out Hooper. Janvrin No runs, no hits, no errors. Second threw, out Ol- "son, knocKing down his high bounder. --_ f Miller Ball one! foul struck out.-rNo runs, one hit, rors. Ninth Inning First fouled Hoston, Oct. won today's game of Ihe World's Ser- ies from the Brooklyn Rollins, making it two straight on the series. It was a hair-raising 14-fiinlug game in which Until had the better of Smith in a Hitching duel, the former allowing but six hits to Smith's seven. Brooklyn did its only scoring in Ihc llrst inning when Myers poled out a home run. Boston scored In the third, and from that time on the game was n deadlock till the 14th, when Boston shoved all Oainor, formerly with Detroit, was put in as a pincl hitter, producing the hit that meant the winning run. THE GAME BY INNINGS First Inning First up. Strike one. Olson whipped a single over Scott's head .Miller up. Foul strike one, ball one. Miller Hied out to runs, one hit. no errors. Second Cutshaw came in fast for Gardner's grounder and threw him out. Scott up. Hall one. Mowrey threw out Scott. Thomas up strike ono, ball one. foul strike two Thomas got. a three bagger down the left iielrl foul line. AB he was rounding second Oliion gave him the shoulder, throwing him to the ground. Umpire Qulglcy on third base Strike one. I the stand. Hoblilzcl up. Ball one. Olson nil. hall two, ball three, strike one. lion- lilMl walked for tlu third lime. I.MWM up. Mowrey threw out No ruim, no hits, no errors. Twelfth Inning First Myers up. Strike strike two, hall one. Myers struck out. Wheat up. Ball one. Wheat popped to Gardner. Cutshaw up. Ball one. Scott threw Cutshaw runs, no hits, no errors. Second up. Gardner flied to Wheat. Scott np. Ball one, ball two. ball three. Scott walkod. Thomas up. Strike onc. ball one, foul amf'the official scorer gave it as a strike two, foul, ball two Thomas hiee-base hit. Ruth up. Strike one, forced Scott, Olson to Cntshaw. Ruth strike two. ball one, foul, ball two, hall throe Johnston flied out to Walker after the count was and 2. Dauhert p Strike one; Dauhert fouled out r _ o Gardner, who had to run to the Johnston walked. ome bench to make the catch. Myers p Hall one. Myers (Irove n long hit centre field for a homo run. The ire- strike two. Ruth runs, one bit, no errors. Sixth Inning First up. Foul striko ono. Scott threw out Smith. Johnston Ball one. Smith threw Ruth out. runs, no hits, no errors. Thirteenth Inning First al bat. Gardner took Mowrey's grounder but threw Second hair-Hooper up. Strike fast and picked the'ball oft the toi. me ball onc, strike two, ball two. j ot tllo grass. Janvrin up. Janvrin 1 nomas up. Smi'th tossed out Hooper. Janvrin up Ball one strike one, strike two, ball wo Janvrin sent a line fly to Myers, ,-ho did not have to move out of his racks to get the ball. Walker np. Walker sent up a lofty foul to Dau- runs, no hits, no errors. Second Inning First UP- Ruth de one. Daulicn up. Striko Olson up. Olson sac Toimslon" was out stealing, Tho- zel, Mowrey Amoving Sports and Stampede Were G Thanksgiving Attraction Fair Crowd Witnessed Field and Track Events-- Stampede Events Were Good, But No One Would Tackle Sky Rocket Though the weatherman yesterday on good behaviour the air was hardiy balmy enough to coax a large crowd to Henderson Park fair grounds lor Ihe postponed athletic sports and stampede held under the auspices of Hie Trades mid Labor Council. 1 lie result was that the committee was Athletic Events Vi-Mile Bicycle K. Watson: A. Cameron; 3. G. Frache. 100 Yards Dash M. Duns- worth: L. Dunswortli: :l, G. Ander- son. Ladies' Nail Driving Contest 1, Miller up, ball one; he tiled to Thomas. ball one sin KB uu.ii giioa. ,iu.n T n'tli tossed out Hooper. Janvrin up. j to Myers. Walker up. Strike one. Cutshaw threw out runs, no hits, no errors. Seventh Inning First Boston crowd came io its feet ami gave Myers a big hand as he came 10 the plate. Myers up. Janvrin threw out Myers at lirst. The crowd howled its disapproval for the om strike two, foul, ball two. Thomas forced Scott, Olson to rutshaw. Ruth up. Ball one. Smith ihruw Ruth out. runs, no hits, no errors. Fourteenth Inning Peeled Cutshaw's hit to Gardner, apparently had the throw beat- lirew him out at. first. Mowrey up. ._ strike one. ball one, I one Mowrey line-Hied to Jan- Strike one, strike I'rill. uiauii "1" iwo. hall one, hall two. Olson struck out runs, no hits, no errors. Second lip. Strike me Olson threw out Hoblitzei. Lewis IP Strike one, ball one. Lewis singled ,ver second. Gardner up. Smith tried to pick Lewis off first and Man- en Wheat up. Strike one. ball one, hall two. ball three, strike two. Jan- vrin threw out Wheat. Cutshaw up. Foul strike one. Cutshaw popped to runs, no hits, no errors. Second up. Ball one, ball two, ball three. Hoblitzei walked. Lewis up. Lewis sacrificed. Smith to Daubert. Hoblitzei went to second. Gardner nn Strike one, hall one, ball a balk. It was two Gardner popped to Olson Scott not allowed. Gardner forced Lewis. Ball onc. Mowrey took Scots Mowrey to Olson to Cutshaw. Scott lgfmmder touched Hob.Uzcl for the un Foul, strike one. Miller almost picked Gardner .off first. Ball one. ba 1 twov Gardner was picked off first. Miller to runs, one hit, tor .the men, women and children, am in addition there vyas music by two hands On Saturday night word was received from Calgary that the fam- ous hand of the 2Uth P.illallon. Am- erican Legion, was anxious to make First hair-Johnston up. Ball one, incidellllllly pick _ font strike one. hall two, strike wo were loU1 to Mrs. Burcliak: 2, Mrs. Owens. Baby Mrs. L. S. Ripley's I boats, -Mrs. Sid Wallace's baby. SO Yards Misses' M. Hys- sop; 2, M. Low; 3, L. Parry. 100 Yards' Butcher's B. Spence; A. Zuskar; 3, H. farrow-' man. 50 Yards Girls' B. Mitch- ell; 2, V. Glanville; M. Alster. Capt. Walter Van Home's team; 2, Capt. Jack Wales' team. 50 Yards Committee Men's A. E. Filmer; J. Spegar; 3, R. BaiTowman. Yards Dash, M. Duns. Half Mile Bluebird, Kay KnlKht: 2, Diamond. Paul Hester. Stampede'Events Riding With by Ben loin. Hiding With DIOT.T. and Perry. TERMINALS AT NELSON ARE A GREAT Mi'.TAKE Winnipeg. Oct. A. B. H'l'.I- son. Attorney General, win returned recently from a trip to Nelson over the Hudson Bay Railway route, thinks the Dominion Government made a great mistake in establishing termin- als at Nelson instead of Churchill. It will be necessary to huild an island four miles out in the harbor on which to construct docks. While Mr. Hudson was there the steamship of the Hudson Bay Co. arrived with winter supplies from London. This vessel is a great ice-breaker in the service at certain seasons in the White sea. It had to remain eight miles out In the harbor unload the cargo into small Scott Dauhert line-Hied to Walsh. Ball one, foul strike one. Scott uii a threw Myers out ai No runs, no hits, no errors. Second Hoblilzol up. Ball one. ous aggregation mer. They World At Home Shows, and naturally every man Is an expert musician. Then selections yesterday were among the uizei best ever heard here and the band Lewis np. Lewis sacrificed, broith to mafle Lethoridge u, LU. L. Dunswortli. 30 tney were tuiu LU 440 Yards Dash M. Duns- The band is the fam-l worth: 2, L. Dunswortli; S, A. Stew- 100 Yards Dash Union A. E. Filmer; L', J. Kropiuak; 3, 3. Spegar. it un.-ll "w. which joined in alart. lioilv during the Calgary fair last, sum the hand of the ball two. ball three, slrike one. litzel walked for the fourth Hob time. no errors. Third Inning First half-Miller up. Scott threw out Miller, taking the ball back on the grass and making a long throw. Smith an Strike one. Smith doubled UP QLlltt-0 _ right, hut was thrown out trying to 1 runs, no'hits, no errors. Brooklyn Eighth Inning First half-Mowrey up. Ball one Daubert, Ib bail two. Mowrey singled Myers, ct Wheat, If Cutshaw, 2b 100 Yards Dash, Soldiers in Uni- L. K. Blain; '2, F. Home; 3, K. P. Stewart. 50 Yards Bandsmen's J. Kropinak; 2, J. Spesar. Married Women's Race 1, Mrs. Burchak; 2, .Mrs. H. L. McCallum; 3, Mrs. F. Owen. Horse Races Free For ing as riot so keenly con- C] (Waie5) 1 l tested as at the First of July Stampede I (Bonnell) Johnston, rf past Scott. Olson up. Ball one. Olson Thomas to Hoblitzei, Mow- rlciiL, uuu no.3 inrow-iii stretch it into three bases. Hooper to glrlke o Walker 10 Scott. Johnston lip. Mowrey wtts sarrificed rnonias lu rev going'to second. Miller up. Foul! Mowrey. 3b strike one Miller singled to centre, i Olson, ss Mowrev being held at third because of Walker's fine throw to the plate. On the throw-in Miller went to second. WalKCl 1U one, ball one, ball two, strike throe. Johnston singled over second. Dau- hert. up Ball one, foul strike onet ball two Thomas almost caught Johnston off first with a quick throw. Johnston was out stealing, Thomas to Janvrin, who was waitinc for him with the ball as ha slid into the runs, two hits, no errors. Second half-Scott up. Ball one, ball two. strike one. Scott drove a deep liner to left centre for three bases. Thomas up. The Brooklyn in- field came in on the grass. Cutshaw threw out Thomas, Scott holding third Ruth up. Scott scored when Cntshaw fumbled Ruth's grounder. Ruth however, was thrown out at flrst Hooper up. Cutshaw let Hoo- through his legs. i Olson to run, one hit, one error. grounder 5 to Thomas went to third and Smith went to sec ond on the play. Johnston up. Ball Ruth threw Johnston out ana the crowd howled. me ciuwu ful defence saVed a run.-No runs, two atjcuuu one foul strike two. Thomas went out, Dai bert to Smith. Ruth up. BalVone. strike one. foul strike two, foul. Wheat made a nice catch of Ruth's fly. Hoo- Scott, ss lon fl to Thomas, Fourth Inning First up. Ball one, two s ike oe7 Daubert walked, a two atnke work in ,ate Mvers ou foul strike two. The Brooklyn were-trying the ___ On Smith's 1011 was run down, Scott to Gardner to Ruth. Miller Boston's wonder- Miller, c Smith, p Totals tested as ai me I1 iriiL 01 >'Pathfinder uonneiu A B but as half of the attraction of w__ ,FUrman) 0 01 day's doings, it was all to the good. Green Trot or 1 C There were not so many riders, no'i prohibition............ H PO A B 1 1 0 I so many spills and not so i 1 6x40 25 ilts, no errors. Second up. Strike out when winning run was scored. Hooper, rt Janvrin, 2h Walker, ct'..... Walsh, cf Hoblitzei, Ib xxMcNally If Gardner, 3b sGainor HCe CilLCU UL JIUH. up. Hooper drove a long fly to Thomas, Johnston.-No rims, no hits, no errors, j Ruth, p_ Ninth Inning First np. Gardner Totals threw out Daubert. Myers up. Ball one! ball two. strike one. foul horses. of the riders fell hard enough to give the most hardened a thrill, and Messrs. Hyssop, who conducted that end of the pro- gram, assisted by Ray Knight, with- out whom a stampede is not a stam- pede, are to be congratulated on the showing they made. There are many who went to the grounds and came away disappointed AB R H PO A E for Tom Three Persons of Macleod 0! was not on hand to try conclusions 01 with his ancient enemy, "Sky 0 i the pick of the Hyssop wild band. Sky 01 Rocket was there in all his glory, but OMIO one cared particularly to mount his 0 hurricane deck so he was not trotted 0! out for inspection. Lee of Coaldale, 1 I an old Wyoming puncher, had a lljmcll 0! he could ride the famous grey, and a n friend of his. wanted to bet S100 to 0 that effect, but the parties couldn't iders, not.prolljbuion............ many bad ,llbe Klrlc Free to Pile Sufferers The amount o( comfort nnd happl- spread over the con- tinent by the famous Pyr- amid Pile Treatment Is truly ie nmrkuble. A FUEK trial package will convlnoe -anyone who suffers Iroin .itching, bleeding, protruding pilos.heuior- rholds and otiior .rcctul troubles. Got druggist or mull coupon for trial. Take no substitute. I I Borlin Boy 1 Five-SigiiLha Bertram May- or; 2, Paul Hester; S, Youns Lamar.' Time, 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 21 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 Myers flied to Walker. Wheat up Ball one, strike one. Wheat went out, Hoblitzei io runs, no hits', no errors. Second up. Janvrin sot a two-bagger to left. Wheat came In fast but could not hold Janvrin s Texas leaguer and it went 'ora hrt- Walker up. Foul strike_one._ Walker was then witlian was called and Smith took Walsh's sacrifice: bunt and for Gardner In 14th. ran for Hoblitzei in fter onesrike took his place, and Miller. the Hth. Score by Brooklyn Boston 001000 000 000 hits, Smith and Janvrin. Three-base hits. Scott and Thomas Home run, Myers. Sacrifice hits. Lewis 2, Thomas, Olson 2. Double plays, 'Scott, Janvrin and Hoblitzel get together. Lee wanted to ride with two ropes, and said he could do Hie trick riding 'straight up.' He may get the chance one of these fine Hay Knight's horse Bluebird made a name for himself by taking the half mile dash from Paul Hester's Dia- mond. It was a pretty race, and the crowd cheered to see the famous old cowhorse bring home the bacon. The results of the various e follow FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID 510 Pyramid Building., Marshall. Allen. Ivlndlv acnd mo a Free sample of fit, Ill plain wrapper. Street Cltv... Stnt. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, RESERVE FOND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sates notes. Blank sales notes supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. _ m oo hit -and run play. Ball two. A double threw to who let the ball go rs Wheat. Olson threw out Hoblitzei. Lewis flied put to No runs, 'no hits, no play followed. Scott took Myers' to i grounder and tossed to Janvrln, who 'then threw out Myers at flrst. Wheat up Strike one, strike two, .ball one, Ruth threw out Wheat at first. runs, no hits, no errors. Second up. Foul strike known "recently that a mother and her 17-year old son were to he amon threw him out. one. ball one, ball two, .ind Strike strike two, Avenue, Pasadena, and her son, Charles. hit Into a double play, Mowrey to Cut- shaw to No runs, no hits, The 110th (Perth) Battalion has been reorganized into three compan- no errors. Fifth Inning First Cutshaw. up. Strike one, foul strike two. Cutshaw was a strike- tO luulvic', away from him, Janvrin being safe at Mrd and Walsh at first. Hoblitzel up. Ball one. Hoblitzel flied to Mjers, who threw Janvrin out at the plate Millev taking the throw. Walsh went to second on the throw-in. Lewis up. Ball one. ball two. ball three. Lewis was purposely passed. Gardner fouled to runs, onc hit, one error. Tenth Inning First up. Walsh went to centre field for-Boston, threw out Cutshaw. Mowrey one. Mowrey's grounder was deflected by Gardner to Scott who threw him out at first. Olson up. Ball one, ball two, ball three, strike one. Olson walked. Miller line-filed to Gardner Sunlight Sotp high stun- dard of purity which is backed by a guarantee. If a soap has no standard there no reason why it should always be of uniform quality, always, contain the best materials or be anything like as good as die soao with a standard. i Scents Sunjight Soap a Dauhert; Myers .Left on bases, Brooklyn 5 First base on errors, Brook Bases on balls, oB Smith 6, off Ruth 3 runsfbft Smith 7 hits, 2 runs in 13 1 3 COMFORTABLE QUARTERS off Ruth 6 hits and 1 run In t4 innings. Struck out, by Smith Umpires, at plate Dineen and economical heal with a Pcr- fection'Smokeless Oil Heater. right field Connolly. 2 hours and 32 minutes. FOUR STRAIGHT FOR WHITE SOX Chicago, Oct. 1. By winning their fourth straight game' today, the Chi A sinjle gallon of Royalite Oil E'vts 1" hours of slowing warmth. Always ready. Light and easily carried. No smoke, American league team won the city series from the Chicago Nation The score of today's game was S lOlOlOOOV-3 in uuuimia Clcotte and Sclmllt; Vaughn, Pock CITY SERIES AT ST. LOUIS Saturday Game 001 200 THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Davenport and Hale; wanveu. who leaped in the air and speared the ball with his gloved runs, no hits, no errors. Second up. Ball one Scott singled to right. Thomas up. Foul strike one. Thomas sacrificed, Cutshaw to Daubcrt. Ruth up. Strike one, ball one, strike two. Ruth struck out. Hooper up. Ball one, foul strike, onu. On Hooper's grounder to Mow- rey, Scott rounded third and tried to runs, two" hits, no Eleventh Inning First up. Gardner threw out Smith. Johnston up. Ball olio, ball two. hall three, strike one. strike two. Gardner threw 'but Johnston. Daubert up. Foul strike one, strike two. Dauberl runs, no no errors. Second up. Janvrin team cainiiifM sttilt" from Omaha; winning four out of five, one Walsh fouled to Daubert.' who I taking both games ot a double-header nade a pretty catch running toward (today, 6 to 5 and 8 to 2. Nationals Davenp Gonzales. Americans.............. Nationals............ 2 Second, (called, Americans............ 4 Nationals t LOUISVILLE CAPTURED SERIES Omaha, Oct. Louisville team captured .tha. post-season series ;