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IN THE REALM OF SPORT
PLENTYWOOD WINS
IN 8TH INNING RALLY
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Win from Grenora^ After Batting
Rally in Eighth—Grenora Plays
Good Game Until Pitcher Weakens.
Sunday's game with the Grenora
hall tossers ended with a spectacular
finish and the local boys after battl
ing with a heavy score against them
cf 8 to 2 at the end of the 7th inning,
won from th e North Dakota boys by
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a score of 9 to 8.
The aggregation from Grenora ap
parently had the game sewed up in e.
sack up to the eighth inning due to
weak pitching by Willifred, coupled
with ragged fielding, but the Plenty
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fighting tactics which has won them
so many games in the past in the
eighth inning and when the smoke
cleared away the score stood 9 to 8
with the local team on the long end
of the tally.
The Grenora pitched hurled a
steady game up to the fatal eighth,
and was mixing them up in a style
that had the local sluggers swinging
like a trip hammer.. In the meantime
Willifred was being touched up regu
larly, at one time allowing three hits
in succession and apparently being
unable to lay the ball down in the
manner in which he wished.
Several errors were made during
the game by Plentywood ball tossers,
and had the effect of causing a reor
ganization of the local club, in which
Willifred and the short stop
were released and a complete reor
ganization was effected.
The ball games from now on will
be of. a superior class and the boys
are getting into the harness like vet
erans ami the Scobey game is the first
indication of the combeback of the
hall tossers of this city and that from
now on the fans are going to see
some real games if the Plentywood
team is defeated by Scobey or any
other team.
SCOBEY TAKES
ANOTHER FROM
LOCAL PLAYERS
Against League Pitchei-Lose
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n.ng in Second.
Slowlv but surelv the PI en tv wood
Slowly but surely the Plentywood
boys are rounding into shape and but
Plentywood Team Makes Good Show
ing
for one bad inning last Wednesday
afternoon would have cleaned up on
the famous league pitcher and his
eight assistants.
The new Plentywood pitcher hurled
a fine game and with tighter support
will get Scobey's nany just as sure
Monday
After a general overhauling of the
local boys and a few changes a dif
ferent spirit is being shown and the
old "pep" is beginning to show itself.
Risberg as usual pitched a fine
game and a large crowd was out to
see him perform. It is not often that
the fans in this neck of the woods
have an opportunity to see a big
leaguer in action and because of the
unfortunate happening in the big
league a couple of years ago the peo
ple here are enabled to see a man in
action who was at one time one of
the stars in the American League.
To see Risberg in action is worth the
price of admission alone, although he
is due to lose to Plentywood in the
near future because of the one man
team at Scobey.
Following is the game as played
by innings: __
Plentywood in, 1st inning—O'Don
nell grounded out to third, Gullickson
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struck out, Smith struck out. No
hits no errors.
Scobey in, 1st Inning — Hilden
grounded out to second, Dallas singl
ed to right, Guyer hit by pitcher, Ris
berg singled to right scoring Dallas,
Eastman flew cut to second, Meyers
s trvck out. Two hits, one run, no
errors.
Plentywood in, 2nd inning—Mat
tuck grounded out to second, Hub
struck out, Munson struck out. No
hits, no runs, no errors. ,
Scobey in, 2nd inning—McIntyre
singled to center, Walker singled to
right, Mac going to third, Whipple
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*t hot one to first, getting safe on
Gulhckson's error, scoring McIntyre,
Hildren struck out, Dallas hit to
third, making first on Gullickson's
error and Walker scoring, Guyer hit
to short, Hub letting it through, Ris
. fl t t rpntpr Dallas scor
berg ou . t , to c ? nte *' ^ allas s £ or
mg on the throw-in, Eastman flew
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three errorf .'
Plentywood in, 3rd inning—Dutch
struck out, Reuter struck out, Lind
flew to left. No hits, no runs, no er
rors.
second, making first on O Donnel s
error, McIntyre hit to pitcher, und
umpire Davis being in the way Lind
tossed the ball over O Donnel s head,
putting Meyers safe at second, Walk
struck out, Whipple struck out,
Halden new out to second. No hits,
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Plentywood in, 4th inning—-O Don
;le beat out bunt to short, Gullick
son drew a. pàss, putting O Donnel on
-second, Smith struck out, Mattuck
ew ou ^ to second. Hub grounded out
short. One hit, no runs,
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. Scobey in, 4th inning—Dallas
s î n S e < }° ri S ht > stol e second, Guyer
singled to cep ter, scoring Dallas, Ris
berg flew out to center, Guyer taking
third, Eastman grounded out to
short, Meyers grounded out to sec
ond. Two hits, one run, no errors.
Plentywood in, 5th inning—Munson
Scobey in, third inning—Myers hit
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grounded out to short, Dutch struck
out, Reuter struck out. No hits, no
runs, no errors. \
Scobey in, 5th inning— Meint;
grounded out to pitcher, Walker sing
led to center, Whipple grounded to
short forcing Walker at second, Hil
den struck out. One hit, no runs, no
errors.
Plentywood in, 6th inning—Lind
hit so hot to third that Meyers
could't handle it, O'Donnell sacrificed
putting Lind on second, Gullickson
struck out, Smith hit by pitcher,
O'Donnell running for Sniith, Mat
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Two'hiLs one run, one error. '
- Scobey in , 6 th inning-Mlas
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man grounded out to short. One hit,
no runs, no errors.
Plentywood in, 7th inning—The big
Swede is taken from the box, going
to right field in Whipple's piace, and
Cottingham going on the mound for
Scobey. Munson grounded out to
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walked, Lind hit by pitcher, Munson
running for Lind, O' Denn ell hit thru
short, scoring Reuter, Gullickson flew
out to third. One hit, two runs, one ;
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Dutch struck out, Reuter
error.
Scobey in, 7th
inning—Meyers
grounded out to first, McIntyre
grounded out to second, Walker flew j
to right, Reuter dropping the ball
Cottingham grounded out to third. No
hits, no runs, one error.
Plentywood in, 8th inning—Smith |
flew out to left, Mattuck flew out to ■
second. Hub grounded out to first. No
hits, no runs, no errors.
Scobey in, 8th inning—Hildren flew
to right, Reuter dropping the bail,
Dallas grounded out to second, Guy
er flew out to second, Risberg flew out
to left. No hits, no runs, no errors.
Plentywood in, 9th inning—Munson
struck out, Dutch grounded out to
first, Reuter struck oiït. No hits, no
runs, no errors.
SIDNEY PUTS HERE
NEXT SUNDAY, JUNE 7
Will
Meet Local Aggregation at Herald
Park in Plentywood Sunday—Com
ing Up Loaded for Bear.
Sidney is coming up with a real
Fast Team From the South
aggregation of ball tossers to give
battle to the local boys next Sunday
at the Herald Ball Park in This City.
From all reports, Sidney has a
fast bunch of pill busters this year
and' will give the Plentywood boys a
hard run for the game. The regular
Plentywood pitcher, w-ho hurled a fine
game against Scobey, will be unable
to be present, and it is not knc.w-n
just who will take the mound at this
time for Plentywood.
The local boys are out working
hard and are preparing to give the
fans a i;eal exhibition next Sunday.
Get out and root and help the local
boys defeat the sluggers from Rich
land county.
Sure let's all go;
MEDICINE LAKE
QUITS IN THE 8TH
Refuses to Finish Game After Umpire
Makes Decision Which Medicine
Lake Players Consider Unfair—
Score 9 to 0 In Favor of Plenty
wood.
True to expectations, the Medicine
Lake baseball team came up to Plen
tywood last Saturday (Memorial day)
with a strengthened lineup and play
ed fast and consistent ball until they
blew up in the eighth and refused to
play further, because of a close deci
sion made at first base in which a
Plentywood player was called safe
when they considered he should have
been called out.
The play was from short to first
and in reaching for a wide throw the
umps distinguished his foc.t off the
plate at the time the runner reached
the sack. At the time of the play
Medicine Lake was leading 6 to 5 and
the man being called safe on first
meant two • more scores which came
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! tbe decisiön, the Medicine Lake team
phou ? d h . ave continued the game. An
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™ h * le Medicine La £ might have felt
tbat they w f e gettmg an ^fair de
clslon > ver Y few games ar e ever play
" d ^ e b <* b teams are satisfied
"7 th every de ? lsl °" ° f the
The same umpire that gave the de
cision for Plentywood on the particu
lar play in which Medicine Lake quit
the game gave a Medicine Lake man
a free pass to second on a slight
balk, which no one w T ould have no
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that time Medicine Lake was several
Battery for Plentywood: Lind and
Weinberger; Scobey:
tingham and McIntyre.
Umpire: Davis and Peterson.
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score ahead of the local team. Plen
tywood batters were threatening to
hit the same umps
cause they had strikes called on them
when they considered them too wide.
The umps was entirely fair and hon
est in his decisions and Medicine Lake
displayed a very poor brand of spcfrts
manship in leaving the diamond,
admitting defeat when they might
have had a chance to win.
The Plentywood team was still in
a slump and did not come up to the
baseball standard of which it is cap
able. Wop, who was pitching for
hit hard at
errors were
the head be
over
the local team,
times and
was
numerous
made. Following are the plays by in
nings;
Medicine Lake, 1st inning—Thomas
bounced one to the pitcher, Starr
doubled through short. Kelly flew out
to third, Tivan singled, scoring Starr,
Russell grounded out o short. Two
hits, one run, no errors.
Plentywood, 1st inning—O'Donnell
flew out to left, Gullickson singled to
left, Smith fouled out to catcher,
Mattuck singled to center putting
Gullickson on third, Guyer grounded
out to pitcher. Two hits, no runs, no
errors.
Medicine Lake in, 2nd inning—•
Snitz stuck out, Borley struck out,
Higgins grounded out to second; No
hits, no runs, no errors.
Plentywood in, 2nd inning—Hub
flew to left Snitz dropping ball, Hub
stopping at second, Hub stole 3rd,
Dutch walked, stole second, Willifred
flew out to short, Wop grounded _ to
s.hort, Thomas fumbling ball,
scoring on the fumble,
struck out, Gullickson grounded out
to short. One run, no hits, two er
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Medicine Lake in, 3rd inning—Funk
singled over short, Thomas grounded I H
to short forcing Funk out at second,
Thomas stole second, Starr grc.undel I
out to second, Kelly flew out to sec
ond. One hit, no runs, no errors.
Plentywood in, 3rd Inning—Smith
grounded to shot, Russell letting ball
go hrough at first, Smith going to jf
second, Mattuck grounded thru short,
Smith and Mattuck made a double
steal, Guyer singled scoring Smith Jr
and Mattuck, Guyer stole second, Hub
singled scoring Guyer, Hub went out
trying to steal second, Dutch flew out j
to left, Willifred grounded out to'sec
ond. Three hits, three runs, eile er
ror. .
Medicine Lake in, 4th inning—Ty
van grounded out to third, Russell
struck out, Snitz cew out to center.
No hits, no runs, no errors.
Plentywood in, 4th inning—Wop
grounded to short, going to first on
O'Donnell
beat out bunt to third Wop going to
second, Gullickson struck out, Smith
flew out to center, Mattuck 'flew out
to center. One hit, nc. runs, one er
ror.
wild throw by Thomas,
Medicine Lake in, 5th inning—Bor
ley walked, Higgins flew out to left,
Funk grounded out to first, Thomas
flew out to center. No hits, no runs,
no errors.
Plentywood in, 5th inning—Guyer
doubled to right center, Hub folded
out to third, Dutch groünded out to
second, Guyer stealing third, • Willi
ferd grounded out to second. One
hit, no runs, no errors.
Medicine Lake in, 6th inning—
Starr singled to centér, Kelly ground
ed to short, O'Donnell dropping the
ball at second, making Starr safe at
second, Tyvan singled, scoring Starr,
Kelly going to third, Tyvan stole sec
ond, Russell tripled scoring Kelly and
Tyvan, Snitz singled scoring Russell,
Borley flew out to left, Niggins singl
ed over third scoring Snitz, Niggins
stole second, Funk struck out, Thom
as grounded out to third. Five hits,
five runs, one error.
Plentywood in, 6th inning—Wop
tripled to left, O'Donnell singled
scoring Wop, O'Donnell stole second
and third, Gullickson grounded out to
short, O'Donnell cut trying to steal
home, Smith grounded out to short,
Two hits, one run, no errors.
Medicine Lake in, 7th inning—
Starr grounded out to second, Kelly
struck out, Tyvan singled over third,
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Russell singled to right
ting Tyvan on third, Snitz ?
out to pitcher. Two hits, no »
errors.
Medicine Lake in, 8th inning— Bor
i ey grounded out to short, Wiggins
fl e w out to third, Funk flew- out to
right Wop only pitching five balls to
pl | te ' to get 01 { t three men. No hits,
no runs, no errors. __ .
Plentywood in, 8th inniftg—Willi
fred flew out to center, Wop singled
Plentywood in, 7th inning
tuck flew out to third, Guyer sin £
over second, Hub flew- out to ce »
Dutch out on an infield fly- ,
no runs, no errors.
through short, O'Donnell singled put
third, O'Donnell stole
ting Wop on
second, Gullickson flew out to center,
Smith grounded to short, Thomas
making wide throw to first, Russell
having his foot off the bag w hen
Smith reached first, Wop and O'Don
nell scoring on the play. Medicine
Lake started argument with umpire
Peterson, the umpire ordering them
to play ball and on their refusal the
Lake forefeited the game to Plenty
wood, score 9 to 0.
Battery for Plentywood: Bromberg
and Weinberger.
Battery for Medicine Lake: Funk
and Tivan.

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