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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, PAOC FIVE. Realistic Account Of the Game Yesterday 'At Detroit A Later Vertion af Defeat, of the -jjWO Detroit Tiftrs it the Hands of the Pitttburf Pirates Detroit, -Mich., Oct. defeated Detroit by a score of 8 to 6 liere today in one of the most spec- tacular 'and fiercely contested games ever played in a'World's Champion- ship series. This gives Pittsburp; two games to one in the series and the National League champions are jubilant. Detroit, however, showed in the final innings of the-battle that it is far, Irom a hopelessly beaten team. conditions were frightful.. Rain fell frequently. Clouds made the atmos- phere so dark during the last two innings that it was hard for both players and spectators to follow the ball. A sharp northwest wind added to the discprnfiture. The attendance was nevertheless, Pittsburg jumped iito" 'the lead immediately The first inning was a weird .spectacle local enthus- iasts. Byrne opened by batting out a hit along the third base line and went to third when Leach 'singled to centre. Clarke sent a to Sum- mers and Byrne was caught between third and home, .Summers'to Moriar- ity to Bush. Leach went to third and Clarke to second during the chase. Wagner's hit was hbo hot for Bush and it rolled to left field; while Leach and Clarke scored. T Wagner stole second, went to third on Schmidt's, and scored on scored when made a bad throw to third. Abstein moved to third on the same error. bad-throw to second, a wild' pitch. DETROIT WINS FIVE TO NIL 1 (Continued from. Front Page) the championship. It is probable that will be the De- troit pitcher, while Charles Adams, the hero of the first game at Pitts- will probably be selected Manager Clarke. Following is the line up of the two teams PITTSBURG Byrne, 3b 'Leach, cf Clarke, If .Wagner; ss Miller, 2b Abstein, lb Wilson, rf Gibson, c Adams or Liefield, p MulJir FIRST Pittsburg: :Byrne hit a DETROIT D. Jones, If Bush, -ss Cobb, ,rf Crawford, cf 2b Moriarity, 3b T. Jones, lb Stanage, c grounder t iUUOUUJ.5 .AJJflilc 1A1U O. Manager Jennings then withdrew j whlch bounded off glove and SummersNand sent Willet. in to pitch; Wilson, shot a" single to centre and scored Abstein. Gibson and Maddox .this afternoon by scoring five runs finished the inning with easy outs. the first inning. Pittsburg scored another in the They batted oxx. Another Summers out of the second. With one out Willet. hit run in the second inn- i Leach on the hand and C1.arke on the ing gave Pittsburg a lead of six puns. Detroit then came to the fore with one of th'e gamest rallies ever made and scored four runs in the seventh inning, batting Maddox hard and playing like fiends. With the score 6 knee. Wagner forced" Clarke at second. Busfe to Delehanty, and Leach moved, to third. On a double steal Leach scored and Wagner, went to third. Miller ended the inning with a pop to 4, Pittsburg connected with to Delehanty. -Ralph Works' curves in the ninth lor two runs.- Next, with the score 8' to 4-' against them, the Detroit Detroit was practically helpless he_- fore Maddox until the seventh, .when a rallv netted four runs: Delehantv team smashed, out two more runs in with a two-bagger and Moriaritv was safe "when Miller the last'inning. Had Crawford TO-his usual man. scorin Delchalltv. and puttmj, been different story to telr. Detroit second. j iorced Wag; .Schmidt fouled to Byrne and Mc- lntyre, who batted for Willet, struck out. D. Jones beat out a bunt along thei third base line, filling the bases. Bush singled just beyond reach of i Wagner and Moriarity and Tom and did well until he ,was taken out. joneg to' allow Mclntyre to bat for him in i' Cobb singled gcorin D the seventh. ,_, fumbled his grounder, Delehanty mov- able to hit up t J inc to -his usual mark there would have outbatted Pittsburg by a margin of I hit, getting twelve to the win-; ners eleven. Summers started for the locals but, removed before the end of the I first inning. Willet succeeded him, Delehauty drew "him ;out to T. Jones Leach out to Bush to T. Jones. Clarlje out to Delehanty to T. Jones. No runs. Detroit: Jones flied out to Leach. Bush out, Liefield to Abstein. Cobb was hit by a pitched ball. Cobb jwent to second when'Abstein muffed Liefield's throw to him off first. Craw- ford sent a high fly to Leach. "No- runs. SECOND Pittsburg: Donovan was ordered from the field for talking from the bench. Wagner drew a. base on balls Muilin threw repeatedly to first to catch Wagner but could not do it. Miller, struck out. Delehanty, fumbled Abstein's grounder and Wagner went The "Cambra" for Comfort... FAMOUS asm WAND SKIPPED OUT Man Badly Wanted At Swift Current Fall Fair To Be Held the bases Bush out, Byrne to Ab- stein. No runs NINTH INNING Pittsburg Wagner out, Moriaritv to T. Jones. Miller bunted .between Moriarity and Muilin and reached first, getting credit for a hit. Ab- stein out, Muilin to T. Jones. Miller went to 'second. Wilson out to Tom Jones, unassisted.1 No runs. FINAL SCORE: Pittsburg Detroit 000 000 020 300 Nicholas Tycki, formerly a provin- cial constable: at Portage la Prairie, will stand. trial on the charge of criminal assault preferred by Mrs. Eva Kology, of Ethelbert. Mclntyre struck out. Works who: i Jones, and Crawford ended the inn- then went in was lucky in the eighth after Abstein had made a two-base hit with but one out. The next two were'easy outs. In the ninth 'Pittsburg landed on him for three hits and that cinched the game for them. Maddox was on the rubber for Pittsburg. and was hit -hard. In inning. thej mg with a fly to Abstain, Each team scored two runs m the r ninth.' For Pittsburg, Maddox struck but as a starter, but Byrne singled I to centre, Leach put a two-bagger {into the left field crowd and _ Byrne went to third. I Cobb made a great, catch off Clarke's fly, but -Bvrne. beat the throw- to-the plate.. Wagner singled TT _ ;to right, scoring another _ Hans Wagner was the star ol the star catch by He made four hits and stole! "Schmidt was" not to' blame for at least one of the thefts. Bush and Delehanty were the bright spots in the Detroit team in batting, while and Crawford made great -catches. Bush made four hits in five times mauc iuui mis auu ended the'inning. a game effort to the score in' the ninth but' fell "short by two runs. Muilin batted for [Works to start the 'ninth and struck 'out. Abstein dropped Wagner's bril- liant assist on D.. Jones.' grounder. -Bush beat out a shit to Byrne and' both men scored when Cobb doubled into the right field overflow. Craw- ford was easy, however, "Wagner to star ant parts in the scoring. Delehanty; there with two two-baggers and jAbsteilv and Clarke's made a a single m five times His! catch of flv. third hit, a double; in the seventh, i -started the rally that caused many chilly among the Pittsburg players. I BAD STORM AT HAVANA While Crawford starred in the field i Havana, Oct. storm "of hurri- his work at the bat was feeble. He proportions struck the city early ended the rally in the seventh by a! today and raged with unabated puny pop fly to Abstein, with' two ifor several hours. fatalities have men on bases, t been reported this morning, but the In the ninth he again had a chanco property losses from wind and rain uith Cobb on second, but his best Probably will be enormous. Many a feeble grounder to Wagner. I and other small craft in the Cobb's single in the seventh scored j harbor been sunk or driven ,-one run and his double in the ninth ashore. All telegraph wires in the "two more. j city are down, the electric service is Umpire Klem, who was not sched-i c-ippled and scarcely a tree'is left Tiled to work today, was sent out' Havana. along the Bright field foul line to! >watch the hits into the crowd and j .w'l' pay you to trade with us. in an advisory capacity to the Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 to second, while Abstein was safe at first.. .Wilson, hit "to Muilin, who ;ner at third. Mullin to Moriarity, Abstein going to second. Wagner was presented with a large bunch of yellow chrysartthemums as he came to the bench. Gibson out, Mullin to T. Jones No "runs." 'Detroit: Delehanty was "hit' by a pitched ball. Moriarity sent a high fly, which landed safely in short left -Delehanty going to third. T. Jones Swift .-Current. Oct. nasty accident occurred on the eleventh line tast week which resulted in Pete Hessel "having to get eight stitches put in the side of his head; and a warrant being issued-for Joe Mac- Millan, the aggressor, who made his escape that evening on a west bound train. Joe was the worse of liquor, and when Pete refused to lend him part of'his wardrobe to go to Moose Jaw, Mac hauled off and knocked him. clear through the. store window, badly cut- ting Pete's head. The police have close lookout for been Joe, keeping a but so far they have not been successful in caP- turmg him. The police saw him boarding a tram when it was pulling out from the station and they got on also and had the conductor stop the tram Evidently had a for he was not to be found However, .they expect to have him .'Li a few days- R W. Hastings, Inspector for the Lake of the Woods Milling Co who was here last week, stated that EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK 1159. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and invited; Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. wheat delivery was slow this year (Dlftt'f'if t fYfclirf but he was pleased with the 1Vl l that, their elevator was doing here. He said that they were getting more} grain at this point than at any other point in his inspection district. Andrew big tent show At Medicine Hat English Football Team In N. Y. to second on the play. Stauage singled just out of. Miller's reach seeing Moriarity and T. Jones. Muilin forced Stanage, Wagner to Miller and in an effort to double up on Muilin at first, Miller threw wild into the crowd and Muilin went to second. D Jones out, Liefield to Abstein. Two runs. THIRD Pittsburg- Leifield struck out.Byrne Doubled into'- the left field overflow drew a base on balls. Clark struck out. On Clarke 5 third strike "-Byrnes-stole third and teach stole .second. Wagner struck out. No runs. Detroit: Bush flied to- Clarke Cobb' bunted and was out, Gibson to Abstein. Crawford singled to centre. Abstein fumbled Delehanty's ground- er-and Delehanty wajs safe at first Crawford going to second. Moriarity going to second. Moriarity forced Delehanty. at second.. Wagner to Mil- ler. No runs., Pittsburg: Miller out .Moriarity to T. Jones. Abstain struck out. Wilson singled to left. Gibson out Moriar- ity to T. Jones. No-runs. Detroit. T. Jones beat out a bunt along third base line. Stanage forced T. Jones to Wagner unassisted, and Stanage was doubled up at first Wag- ner to Abstein. Muilin walked. D Jones singled to left, sending Mul- liii. to' second. -Bush hit into left field crowd' for two bags, scoring Muilin, New England's famous Arhateur Association football team, the Pilgrims, arrived here on board the record breaking Mauretan- la in ample season to fulfil their en- gagement at Livingston, S. I Thev he has a forward the equal of the noted Vivian Woodward, a visitor four years ago. Other members of the team who have earned their es in the niche of fame and who are internationals are: H M Lemome, (Special to the Herald; Medicine Hat, Oct. Court opened here on the 5th inst. Two appeal cases were heard be- fore Judge Mitchell: Fred Crew who was convicted by Inspector Parker for a breach of the stray animal or- The theatre was crowded on the dmance.appealed. The appeal was al- opening night A dance was given in lowed. the theatre the second night after G-othb Lentz, of Irvine, who -was It was also largely at- {convicted before J. F. 0 tended The theatre will be opened made its annual visit to Swift Cur- rent week Large crowds at- tended the performance. Everybody pleased with the- company's performances. The Magic theatre opened last week six nights in the week. J P of Irvine, for unlawfully de- manding money for the beef of an es- The people of Swift Current, and' tray Tne appeal was allowed. the farmers around the town have] Albert Le Blanc appeared before decided to hold annual fairs. -They have never had a fair here yet, 'but next Tuesday they expect to hold iheir first annual exhibition. All those who are interested m the fair are putting forth all their efforts to make it a gfeat success Liberal prizes are being given for exhibits of every kind, and there is sure to be a large number of exhibits. It is to be held m the cohered skating rink Harvest Home services were held m the Presbyterian and Methodist Sunday morning and from and jnusic the occa- church two weeks churches last evening Both of decorations sions were noteworthy. "We are God's says Rev. R Daghesh of the Methodist church. "Peace, Progress and Prosperity are says Rev. J G. McKechie of the Presbyterian church- The harvest thanksgiving was held m St. Stephen's ago. While m the height of their glory as joung desperadoes ,and while the fancy was playing around the door of wild adventure, Chief Bell came up- on their secret haunt and broke up a school boy gang of gun men, and con- fiscated three revolvers. Boys rang- ing from nine to twelve years old had been in the habit ofsmeeting together after school and on Saturdays to play with and they had the real goods in the way of guns It is a wonder some of them did not get their heads blown oft. win encounter a picked eleven repre-! Bush, goal, G R. Hoare, Woolwich Arsenal, centre forward W. 0 Clemenson, Newcastle TJnited. half back A K Campbell, South- ampton, half back Of course, Cap- tain Milnes, is an international. senting the New York Amateur Asso- ciation Football League This is the second visit of the British socker missionaries, as they have come to sending D. Jones to third. Cobb hit T i "has with him plenty of stars, and Antelope, October 1st We can supply you with everything ou want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game for you when you rrlum Come to a good, live, up-todate GOODS HOUSE and get what want at right prices The lEthbridge Sporting Goods Company V Edison's October Records just in UPTON'S POOL ROQlVL v Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright pleasant; Best Cigars- and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block i into left vfield crowd for two bags, scoring D. Jones and Bush. Craw- ford out, Leifield to Abstein. Three- runs. FIFTH O'Connor batted for Lei- jield and struck out. Byrne struck "out. Stanage dropped the third strike but threw out to T. Jones. Leach out, Delehanty to T. Jones. No runs Phillipi now pitching for Pittsburg. Detroit :v Delehanty fouled to Gib- Moriarity flied to Leach. 'T. Jones out. Byrne to Abstein. No runs SIXTH Pitts burgr. Clarke struck out for the .second. a hot lin-i er to T. Jones. Miller struck out. No runs. Detroit: Stanage out, Wagner to Ab-. stein. Muilin was safe on Miller's bad throw. D. Jones forced Muilin; Miller to Itfagner. D. Jones was 'caught stealing, Gibson to Miller, the latter making a great stop and get-, ting a. slight- cut: on the arm from Jones spikes. No runs. SEVENTH Pittsburg: Abstein flied to Craw- ford; Wilson out Muilin to T. Gibson singled to right. Phillipi struck out; No, runs. Detroit: Bush out, Phillipi to stein on a .bunt. Cobb also bunted' -and- was out, Gibson to Abstein. Crawford hit to Abstein and was safe when Phillippi dropped the throw: Delehanty was thrown out at first by. Phillippi, No runs, EIGHTH INNING: Pittsburg: Crawford made a good catch of Byrne's short fly. Leach popped Clarke flied to Cobb. No runs. Detroit Moriarity hit a hot one that, bounded off Phillippi's shin and went for a single. Phillippi fumbled T. Jones' 'attempted, sacrifice and Jones was safe, Moriarity going to second. Stanage sacrificed, Gibson to Abstein. Muilin struck out. Davy- be regarded, and of the team now j j jjajley (6 feet is here only Captain Fred Milnes, of lhe Dack who" will assist Sheffield, and C Coopland camejjus captain m the defence, and H J across in 1905. Eastwood, a schoolmaster, is reput- Mr. Milnes, foi whose cup the Am- J ed a brilliant outside right In ad- erican intercollegiate elevens