Earl Ruger helps Gunthers beat Rogers Parks 1 Nov 1909
GUNTHERS DEFEAT : ROGERS PARKS, 2-1 2-1 2-1 Candy-Makers. Candy-Makers. Candy-Makers. .Win Championship of "Indian Summer Season From -.North -.North Side Rivals Through Pitch ing of Earl Rugar. ' , r ; ; ; RYAN'S MEN ARE FIRST TO " SCORE, BUT ARE NOSED OUT Niesen's Team Ties Count in Fourth : Round and Annexes Winning ' Tally in the Ninth Asmussen C Catches Good Game. . - Fans who taw the game between Rogera Park and the Gunthers yesterday at Gibbons North Side park witnessed? one of the beat gane that bare ever been played on those grounds, when Nlesen's team defeated Ryan's bunch by the acore of 2 to 1 In a pitcher: battle. The game waa for the championship of the "Indian summer season. .Earl Rugar and Bddie Byke pitched a ' floe- floe- game .qfiiall, and the. fielding behind tbem wgs'Sensattonal. Ryan'a team "waa the first ,-ro--score. ,-ro--score. ,-ro--score. ,-ro--score. ,-ro--score. ,-ro--score. Thia acore came in the-last' the-last' the-last' halt, . the opening round, after two men were frown and nobody on the bags. Rcgar dealt put a pass to Almqulat. the only ohe he gave- gave- in- in- the entire game. Big Tom KadiBg was 'next op, and he played hia part by knocking' out a long two Backer that sent .Almqulst across- across- the plate for the only run tbat Gibbons club oould get.' ..... Ciaatlaera Tla ta Faartla. The Gunthers' tied the score in the fourth inning, when Sykes had a bad Inning. After one waa out Butcher led off with a slngtcJ Ot-rtenrlch. Ot-rtenrlch. Ot-rtenrlch. Zangerle and Campion following suit. Zangerle's hit tied up the count, the others doing no damage, aa Sykes got out of the hole on good fielding and Dicke'astrik-. Dicke'astrik-. Dicke'astrik-. ion out. The ninth inning proved fatal for Ryan'a equad. After one was down Jack Campion singled to right, and crossed 4 he plate with the winning rut when a terrific three base hit by Otto Dlcke. whicb Almqulst could not reach, scored him. Rsr Parks Mfaa Ckaw, Tk. TAAa. Deeb ... . 1. .. .... 1. - score in the same Inning, when Ryanrled dff with a aingle and Cook beat out an attempted I sacrifice. Sullivan tried- tried- to do likewise, but forced Ryan at third. Sykea then sent a long fly to Fenton in right that Cook went to '(bird on. and came near going home- home- oa the throw from the field. Rugar backed np the third bag and held Cook at third. The best Jake Thiery could do was to lift an easy By to Harry White at first base, which ended the game. Jimmy Ryan's fielding was- was- i aenEational, while Asmussen caught a great . game and Jack Campion played well at second. The bright weather drew a crowd of about 3. tOO fana. among them being President Murphy of the Chicago' National league club. Scare: ' --.. --.. --.. i - r - ..- ..- ... i a '-- '-- '-- rinnthers. R H P A B Ilort Pa. R H P A M Mrddv. If....O 1 O OThlwv. .8 1 e a 2 .Tenton. rf...O O a . MJthllm "b...O 1 7 3 O .Butcher. Jlb.t 1 t 0 Almq.uist.rf .1 O X 1 A erfrtch.cf,.0 2 3 fl Kidtnr; 1D..D 212 TO ngerle. e. . 1 , 4 O O Asmussen. . I 7 ,.. , I 2 1., "VTSn,ir o i yvy- yvy- White, lb t 14 O KnIHm n. 0"I 1 Rugar. P O O l-l-8ie. l-l-8ie. l-l-8ie. l-l-8ie. l-l-8ie. p.,... "' A Totals. ..'..2 P2711 a Totals .....1 T 27 IS t Ganthers .. o 1 It O A 4 a Rosen Park....... 1 4 4 O O 4 O O 1 Two Ban Hit Kadlng. Three Base Hit TMrke. Double Ptsv A lmoulrt m i m n im ini He Rjar. S- S- h,Bjkje(,4. MHuMiid BallifcMr ' trick nfcf,Nrr?i ''