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DARKNESS STOPS SECOND GAME
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GIANTS TIED
WITH YANKEES
IN THE TENTH
Meusel Hits A Home Run
With Groh and Frish On
The Paths
FORMER RED PLAYER
MAKES HIS FOURTH HIT
Stengel Of Giants Is Injured
And Is Forced From
The Game
(Br The Associated nets)
New York POLO GROUNDS, Oct. 6
Miller Hugglns of the New York
Americans has nominated Bob Shaw
key for twirling duty today.
John G. McGraw of the Giants has
chosen Josse Barnes, who brought the
Giants out of the dopths of defeat in
tho championship games last fall, to
work against SEawkoy. Should Shaw
key falter, Carl Maya will be 'called
upon to rollovo him, whila "Deacon"
John Scott waa told to keep warmed
up ready for action in case Barnes
needed relief.,
"Tho Yanks, oven with Shawkey at
his boat, will need to bring to bear
some hitting ability in order to win
today's game," said Huggins. "We
know," he-added, "that tho Giants aro
fightors and the only way to beat
them is to wado in and pjay their
game."
Today tho Tanks aro tho homo
team and tho Giants, sit "in tho visit
ors' dug-out,
Tho line-up for today's gamo was
announced as follows: ?
Giants Bancroft, ss, Groh 3b,
Frisch 2b, E. Meusel If, Young rf,
Kelly lb, Stengel cf, Snyder c, Barnba
P.
Yankees Witt cf, Dugan 3b, Ruth
rf, PIpp lb, R. Meusel If, Schang c,
Ward 2b, B. Scott ss, Shawkey p.
Umpire Hlldebrand of the American
League at tho plato, McCormick, Na
tional Leaguo, at first base, Owens,
American League, at second base,
and Klem, National League, at third.
First Inning
GIANTS Sara Jones and Carl
Mays went down Into tho bull-pen to
get into condition, in case they should
bo called upon. Bancroft up. Strike
1. Ball 1. Foul strike 2. Foul. Foul.
Ward tossed out Bancroft, going far
to his loft to get a mean boundor.
Groh up. Strike 1. Foul strike 2.
Ball 1. Ball 2. Groh singled ovor
jsocoud, his fourth hit of tho series.
Frisch up. Foul strlko 1. Foul strike
2. Frisch got a Texas leaguer into
left field, which Scott could not quite
rcaclit Groh went to second. Mousol
up. Foul strlko 1. Strlko 2. Ball 1.
Meusel hit a home run Into the left
field stand, scoring Groh and Frisch
ahead of him. Young up. Foul strlko
1. Ball 1. Ball 2. Strike 2. Young
filed out to Witt. Kelly up. Kelly
fouled to Schang. THREE RUNS,
THREE HITS, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES Witt up. Ball 1. Foul
strike 1, Foul strlko 2. Witt bunted
but, tho ball rolled foul. Ball 2. Groh
made a nice play on Witt's roller and
got him at first. Dugan up. Foul
strlko 1. Ball 1. Ball 2. Bancroft
took Dugan's grounder and threw to
tho grandstand. Dugan went to sec
ond. Ruth up. Kelly, unassisted, put
Ruth out at first, Dugan going to
third. PIpp up. Ball 1. Dugan
scored when PIpp got a single off
Kelly's glovo. Mouael up.' Ball 1.
nail 2. Strike 1. Strike 2. Meusel
filed out to Yountr. ONE RUN, ONE
HIT, ONE ERROR.
Second Inning
GIANTS Stengel up. Ball 1. Ball
2. Strike 1, Foul strike 2. Stengel
beat out an infield hit. Snyder up.
Ball 1. Snyder got a single over Plpp's
inAH. Stenirel coing to second. Sten
gel hurt his leg in going to second,
play, Scott to Ward to PIpp, Cunning
ham going to third. Bancroft up.
Strlko 1. Foul strlko 2. nail 1
Bancroft Iliad out to Ruth, who took
tho ball near tho right field ntands.
NO RUNS, TWO H1T3, NO BRRORB.
YANKEES Cunningham wont into
centerfield for tho GUnts. Schang up.
Striko 1. Ball 1. FriHch tossed out
Schang, who hit a slow curvo. Ward
up. Groh got Ward at first. Bcott up.
Ball 1. Ball 2. Sko 1. Ball 3.
Strlko 2. Foul. Fracli robbod NScott
of a hit by making a diving catch Of
his groundor and getting IiIb man at
first. NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO BR'
RORS.
Third Inning
GIANTS Groh up. Striko 1. Ball
1. Striko 2. Ball 2. Ball 3. Foul.
Foul. Groh yalked. Fripch up. Ball
1. Frisch lined out to Ruth. Meusel
up. Strike 1. Foul strlko 2. Ball 1.
Meusel filed to Ruth. Young up. Ball
1. Ball 2. Foul strlko 1. Tho Gianta
wero trying tho hit-and-run play.
Foul strlko 2. Ball 3. Young walked.
Kolly up. Foul etrke 1. Striko 2.
Ball 1. Kolly churned Iho air for tho
third out. NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO
ERRORS.
YANKEES Shawkey up. Ball 1.
Strlko 1. Striko 2. Ball 2. Ball 3.
Foul. Foul. Foul. Groh threw out
Shawkey. Witt up. Ball 1. Strlko 1.
Strike 2. 'Ball 2. Witt fouled out to
Groh. Dugan up. Ball 1. Ball 2.
Dugan got. a two-baso hit to left. Ruth
up. Ball 1. Ball 2. Strike 1. Barnes
pitched nothing but slow ball trf Ruth.
Ball 3. Ruth walked. PIpp up. Barnes
throw out Pipp at first. NO RUNS,
ONE HIT, NO ERRORS.
Fourth Inning
GIANTS Cunningham up. Ball 1.
Ball 2. Strike 1. Foul strike 2. Cun
ningham atruok out.- - Snyder p
Striko 1. Snydor fouled out to Dugan.
Barnesup. Tho crowd booed Barne
becauso ho had passed Babe Ruth.
Strlko 1. Strlko 2. Ball 1. Barne
struck out. NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO
ERRORS.
YANKEES Meusel up. Strike 1.
Strike 2. Ball 1. Meusel fouled out
to Snyder. Schang up. Ball 1. Striko
1. Ball 2. Strike 2. Foul. Schang
struck out. Snyder dropped the third
Ftriko. He throw him out at first
Ward up. Ball 1. Ward got a home
run over the left field fence. Scott
up. Foul strike 1. Ball 1. Frisch
went to center field for Scott's Texas
leaguer, robbing tho Yankee short
stop of a hit for tho second tlrao in
the gamo. ONE RUN, ONE HIT, NO
ERRORS.
Fifth Inning
GIANTS Bancroft up. Ball 1. Foul
rtrike 1. Foul strlko 2. Ball 2. Ball
2. Ball 3. Bancroft lined out to Pipp.
Groh up. Strlko 1. Scott throw out
Groh at first. Frisch up. Frisch beat
out a bunt. Meusel up. Ball 1. Foul
strlko 1. Meusol got a blow into tho
grandstand that was foul by inches.
Ball 2. It waa a wild pitch for Shaw
key and a steal for Frisch. Frisch
wnnt in third on a wild pitch. Ball
3. Scott threw out Meusel at first.
NO RUNS, ONE HIT, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES Shawkey up. Striko 1.
Shawkey filed out to Cunningham.
Witt up. Ball 1. Barnes took Witt's
hoppor and tossed' him out. Dugan
up. Ball 1. Strlko 1. Foul striko 2.
Ball 2. Foul. Ball 3. Dugan got a
Elnglo to left. Ruth up. Ball 1. Ball
2. Strikb 1. Foul strike 2. Foul.
Frisch throw out Ruth at first. NO
RUNS, ONE HIT, NO ERRORS.
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PITCHES FOR N. Y. YANKEES TN THE
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Expect To Make Flight From
California To N. Y.
Without Stop
(Br The associated press)
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Oct. 5 Lieut
John A. MacReady and Oakley Kel
ley. army aviators, took off at 5:56
a. m. today in their big monoplane
P-2 in their attempt to fly from Rock
well field, San Diego, to New York
without a stop.
ABANDON FLIGHT
(Br The associated Press)
SAN DIEGO, Oct. b Becauso of
heavy fogs prevailing In the moun
tains, Lieut. MacReady and Lieut.
Kelley abandoned their proposed non
stop San DIcgo to New York flight in
the monoplane P-2 today. .
MANY ARE DROWNED;
CROWDED OFF A DOCK
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ing of balls and strikes. Bancroft
went out to PiPP unassisted. Groh
up. Ball 1. Groh popped to Ward.
NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES Scott up. Kolly took
Scott's roller and touched first. Shaw
key up. Striko 1. Striko 2. Shawkey
fa'nnod on throo pitched balls. Witt
Ball 1. Foul strlko 1. Foul
up.
strike 2. Witt fanned.
NO HITS, NO ERRORS.
NO RUNS,
Sixth Inning
GIANTS Young up. Ball 1. Young
beat out a slow roller td Scott. Kelly
up. Striko 1. Ball 1. Kelly forced
Young, Shawkey to' Ward. Cunning
ham up. Ball 1. Foul strlko 1. Ball
2. Cunningham filed to Ruth. Snydor
up. Snyder filed out to Ruth. NO
RUNS, ONE HIT, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES Pipp up. Ball 1. Ball
2. Ball 3. Strike 1. Strike 2. Pipp
fouled out to Snyder. Meusol up. Ball
I. Ball 2. Foul strlko 1. uau ,s.
Meusel got a base on balls.' Schang
up. Frisch threw out Schang at first,
Meusel uolng to second. Ward up.
Ball 1. Ball 2. Strike 1. Ball 3.
Strike 2. Ward fanned. NO RUNS,
NO HITS, NO ERRORS.
Seventh Inning
GIANTS Barnes up. Ball 1. Striko
l! Ward took Barnes' 'hot shot and
and Cunningham ran for him. Barnes throw him out Bancroft up. Ball 1.
1. Ball 2. Foul strike 1. 1 uan a. snawcey compiuiuuu umur
Ilnrnof) hit Into n' double 'ly to L'mnlro Ulldobrmul on his call'
up. pall
Striko 2.,
Eighth Inning
GIANTS Frisch up. Ball 1. Foul
strike 1. Foul strlko 2. Foul. Foul.
Ball 2. Foul. Frisch foulod to Du
gan. Meusel up. Meusel sent up a
hish foul, which Pipp took. Young
up. Ball 1. Ball 2. Strike 1. Strike
2. Foul. Young filed out lo Meusel.
NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES Dugan up. Striko 1.
Barnes tossed out Dugan. Ruth up.
Strike 1. Ruth got a long hit Into
left field for two bases. Pipp up. Ball
1. PIpp filed out to Cunningham and
Ruth raced to third on tho catch.
Mousol up. Foul strike 1. Foul strike
2. Ruth was stealing home whou Meu
sel fouled off tho pitch. Strlko 2 oil
Meusol. Ball 1. Ball 2. Ball 3. Ruth
scored on Meusol's doublo to left,
which he mado by fast baso. running.
Schang up. Kelley took. Schang's
groundor and touched first. ONE
RUN.'TWO HITS, NO ERRORS.
Ninth Inning
GIANTS Kelly up. Strlko 1. Ball
1. Ball 2. Strlko 2. Kelly sent up a
high one which Dugan took. Smith
hatted for Cunningham. Foul strike
1. Ball 1. Strike 2. Foul. Smith
fanned. Snydor up. Strlko 1. Ball
1, Ward throw out Snydor nt first.
NO RUNS, NO HITS, NO ERRORS.
YANKEES King wont into center
field for the Giants. Ward up. Ball
I. Ball 2. Strlko 1 Striko 2. Ball
3. Ward stiuck out. Scott up. Strike
1. Scott a singlo into center. 'Shaw
koy up. Striko 1. Shawkey forced
Scott, Burns to BancrofL Witt up.
Strlko 1. Ball 1. Witt, got a singlo
into left, Bending 'Shawkoy to sec
ond. Dugan up. Ball 1. Ball 2. Foul
strlko 1. Stiiko 2. Dugan fanned.
NO HUNS, TWO HITS, NO ERRORS.
Tenth Inning
GIANTS Ilarnos up. Strlko 1.
Shawkey throw out Barnes. Bancroft
up. Ball 1. Foul otriko 1. Ball 2.
Strlko 2. Bancroft singled sharply
Into contor field aijd was out trying
to strotch his hit, Witt to Ward. Groh
up. Striko 1. Strike 2. Foul. Ward
throw out Gioli. NO RUNS, ONE
HIT, NO EltltORS.
ANKEES Ruth tip. Ball 1. Ball
2. Ruth fouled out to Snydor. Pipp
up. Ball 1. Kelly took Plpp's roller
and touched him on tho leg. Meusel
up. Meusel fouled, out to Snydor. At
that point tho gamo waa called on ac
count of darknecs.
(Br The associated Press)
NORTH BAY, Ontario, Oct. 5 For
est flro refugees arriving hero today
from Haleyburg reported that be
tween 50 and 100 persons had been
drowned when they were crowded off
a dock, where they wero try'us to
board a rescue chip.
Another report brought by refugees
was that scores had been injured and
many trampled to death when flames
swept the Catholic church and caused
a panic among hundreds who had
gathered there for safety.
LIVES ARE LOST;
6 TOWNS DESTROYED
(Bt'The associated Presc)
OTTAWA, Canada, Oct. 5 The for
est fires which have been raging for
tho past 24 hours in two regions of
Canada, northern Ontario, and the
Valley of tho St. Maurice river in
Quobec, have cost a number of lives
and destroyed six towns. Tho fires
now threaten other towns unless
rains como quickly.
Firemen Are Summoned;
Services Not Needed
ROBBERS GET GEMS
VALUED AT $25,000
(or The, associated Press)
TOLEDO .Oct. 3 Cracksmen today
blew a safe in the office of Marvet &
Kllleman, manufacturing jewelers, In
tho downtown district, and escaped
with uncut stones valued at $25,000,
according to police. The robbers used
an axe to batter their way through a
wall to reach the safo. '
TOE IS MASHED
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UBKISH CAVALRY
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Mr. Charles Dice of West Vine
street had one of his toes mashed this
morning about 10:30 when a large
ploco of iron fell on his foot while he
was working at tho C. & G. Cooper Co.
plant. A local physician was called
to render medical attention.
Said To Be At Kandra In The
Constantinople Zone '
(Br The Associated Press)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct, 5 Brio
ader general's headquarters report
the appearance of the Turkish Na.
tlonallst cavalry at Kandra, In the
Constantinople zone.
DRY OFFICER RESIGNS
(Br The associated press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 The resig.
nation of Ralph A. Day as federal pro
hlbltton director of New York effect
ive Nov. 1, was announced today by
Commissioner Haynes.
GIANT PLAYER, INJURED,
IS FORCED FROM GAME
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The fire department was called to
North McKouzio street by an alarm
Thursday noon. Some person had
started a leaf firo on vacant lot own
ed by Mr. Wtlmot Sperry. Neighbors
fearing tho fire would get out of con
trol called tho firemen. Thero was
no heed for tho firemen's sorvlces and
tho flro was allowed to burn Itself
out.
Bleecher Crowd
Assembles Early
CQLUMBUS, Oct. 5 Noel Work
man, quarterback on Ohio State uni
versity football team, today was de-
rlnrort inolleiblo to play this season, his own resting
on account of having played football while the police watched to seo that
duiliii: his Frosluunn yonr at Bethany ho aid not gof unruly.
(Br The associated press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 5 Tho bleacher
crowd began to assomblo at tho Polo
Grounds at midnight and was still
there at 7 o'clock this morning wait
ing for tho 'gates to open. About C
a. m. he had company, for eight big
policemen nrrlved to seo that tho lino
maintained strict ordor.
The "crowd" was William Dogger
of Stanford, Conn., and ho formed his
own line and held his own place, did
as best ho could,
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