The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 3, 1918 · Page 3
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September 3, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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% IMS.' " i« ri ,v FOR BIG GAMES World's Series Starts With Cubs and Ahe boston Red Sox. PIRST OAMES IN CIHCAQO Tomorrow Afternoon—To be • i ... Some Hard lulling lor lite Championship Honors. Clikag», Sept. ,1.—Tho CMcntjo Nil- UoniUH returned troln 'PllUburelt <o day nnd begnn pre! (miliary prncllco tor th)> opening game of Die worlds Rcrlea here tomorrow with the Boston Hod Sox, champion* ot Hie American Lengue. Ideal ba.iohall weather lfi predicted for Hie Initial content. After u heart to.heart talk with his men, Manager Fred Mitchell ordored them tb report lit tile American IjcRBUe park lu the afternoon for a practice sesaion. Charles A. Comls- k<w, president of the Chicago Americans, present world champions, has Invited Manager Ed Barrows to hold a practice session nt the grounds on the nirlvttl of Uie Hed Sox probably lato today. The Hurler*, Jim Vaughn, the hlg BoutUpaw, is picked by Chlcngo sport writers as the probable choice of Manager Mitchell for the opening game while the baseball rlalto guesses that on DOS- ton's side, Carl Mayes will start for t'uc Ked Sox, with Ruth as a second choice. Mayes' peculiar submarine delivery, the like of which tho National league champions have not met, has led tandom to believe that lie will start off baseball's earliest championship games. ' Two thousand box seata Tor tomorrow's game at $3.30 each war tax included were placed on sale today and oilier sales for tho following games will be held. * * * NATIONAL LEAGUE. <» * * * <*.' * * <ft <?> if <S> <s> * 0 *S> * • * Chicago Pittsburgh 3-2. Pittsburgh, Sept. 3.—Chicago and Pittsburgh closed the season here today by splitting a double-header,' the visitors winning the morning game, 4 lo 3, while Pittsburgh took the afternoon contest, 3 to 2. Score: Morning game— It. H. E. Chicago 000 003 010—4 8 0 Pittsburgh 000 003 000—3 10 2 llalteries. -Martin and O'Farrell; Miller and Schmidt. Afternoon game— R. H. E Chicago 002 000 000—2 7 .0 Pittsburgh 110 000 001—3 10 S Uatterles—Ilcudrlx and O'Farrell; Cooper and Schmidt. Brooklyn 2-9; Philadelphia 4-3. Philadelphia, .Sept. 3.—Brooklyn closed tho season In fiftli place by beating Philadelphia In the second game of the holiday double-header yesterday, S to 3r the Phillies won the first gome, 4 to 2. Score: , •First game— R. H. E. 'Brooklyn 020 000 000—2 G 2 Philadelphia ....000 120 Olx—4 8 0 Batteries— Cheney and M. Wheat; Jacobs and Adams. Second game— R. H. E. Brooklyn 000 140 000—5 9 3 Philadelphia ....000 0O0 021—3 9 3 Batteries— G. Smith and 'Miller; Oschger and Adams. '( Cincinnati 6-10; ,6t Louis 3-0. Cincinnati, Sept. 3.—Cincinnati closed the season' in third place by winning both games of the doubleheader from St. ijouis yesterday after noon by scores of 0 to 3 and 10 to 0. Score: First game— R. II. E. St. Louis 201 000 000—3 9. 3 Cincinnati 300 100 llx—G 8 3 Batteries—Puulette, Packard and Brock; Mitchell und Archer. Second game— B. H. E. St'. Louis 000 000 000—0 G 1 Cincinnati 000 000 lOx—1 2 1 Batteries— Tuero und Brock; Luque and Wlngo, C'neto, Boston 2-2; New York 1-6. Boslon, Sept. 3.—Boston won, the firsl game of the season from New York when It divided yesterday's double-header. The pponing game was won by Now York, fl. to 2, and, tho final ttttB ttPftOfilKflfty NEWS. contest Vas <apttited by Boston, 2 to 1, Score! Ftfat girt*— ft, M." H. Boston ...... ...OM 200 Odd—2 t 1 New .York 800 400. 000-« 13 0 Bntterlos—Cauaey • and Mccarty; Nehf and Wagner. Second game— R. H, R. New York M0 000 009—1 5 3 Boston OOL'Dftl POX—2 9 2 Batteries—Steela •' and Rarlden; Rudolph and Wagner. • AMERICAN LEAGUE. * Boatorf 3-2! Ne» York 4.3. • New York, Sept. 3.—In th« final game of the soMptt nt tlw?-- Polo grounds here tod$y, tho Boston American and New Y6rk American teams brdko even, the Red Sox. taking the first by a acoro of i to 2, and the Yankee* winning tho 8oeondV4 to 3. Score: first game— ft. H. E. Boston ...... V.. 100 020 000—3 8 1 New York 010 000 OlO—2 7 0 Battorles—JoftiW'Knii'Schang; Love and Hannah. Second garden «• • R. It, R Boston.: .010 100 010-3 10 1 New York ......000 011 011—4 9 1 BattorlOB —Dubuc and Mayer; Mogridge and Hannah; . Red Crown Gasoline IS THE for Automobiles IVE to man an unbalanced diet and the human machinery clogs—is inefficient and needs repairs* Use a gasoline without a perfect and continuous chain of boiling point fractions and you have excessive carbon, jerky power and a racked engine*; Red Crown Detroit 7-11; Chicago 3-6. ttetrolt, Sept. Making little effort to play championship ball, DetroU and Chleago ended their league sea son hero yesterday, evening, with a 'double-hoader, the home team winning both games. 11 to 6 in the first, and 1 lo 3 In the second. Score: •» First game— R. H. E. Chicago 002 000 00.1— 5 14 1 Detroit 250 220 OOx—11 16 15 Batteries—Danforth and Devormer; Boland and Yelle. Second game—' " R. H. E. Chicago 000 100 lift—3 10 3 Detroit 004 010 02x—7 21 1 Batteries—Clcotte and Scfaalk; Donovan and Yelle, Stallage. Washington 2-8; Philadelphia 5-3. Washington, Sept. 3.—Washington and Philadelphia ended the season here yesterday by dividing the Labor (lay double-header, the visitors winning the morning game, 5 to t, and the Nationals taking the afternoon game, 8' to 3. Many government offlclnls and General Mnrch, chief of staff, attended Ihe game. Score: iMbrnlng game— R. II. 13. Philadelphia ....100 003 100—5 12 0 Washington ....000 000 002—2 0 1 Batteries—Johnson and McAvoy; Harper, Ayres nnd Picinlch. Afternoon game— R. H. 13. Philadelphia 001 002 000—3 9 1 Washington ....040 101 llx—8 11 3 Batteries—Watson and Perkins, McAvoy; Johnson, Shaw, Altrock and Picinlch, Alnsmith. OLD TOPS repaired. Top Dept.. Reno Bulck Co. , . 30-0t r It contains a perfect chain of boiling point fractions, commencing at about 95 degrees Fahrenheit and continuing in an unbroken chain to above 400 degrees. ^ It is made especially for automobiles by the greatest refining organization in the world with all the care and precision the greatest 1 physician would use in prescribing a diet—to give a "balanced ration." 22.8c Per Gallon at the Following Standard OH Service Stations: Sherman and Poplar Sts. Sixth and Main Sts. 913 Sonth Main St. STANDARD OIL COMPANY GUARANTEED Vulcanizing Retreading Double Tire Work Five Years of Knowing How See us before throwing away your old tires. PRICES REASONABLE The Wichita Double Tire Co. 205 S. Main Hutcbinsou 153 N. Emporia Wichita, Kans. Fall and Winter Clothes Tour Suit and Ouercoat are ready—You'll find the kind here to please you. Our assortment is complete. Quality Flnft Hanon Shoes. ID answering advertisements please mention The Nawm, THURSDAY Start Their Big Annual Fall Opening Sale Buys Some— $12 White Kid Boots. $10 Champaign Kid Boots $10 White Kid Tops, Black Kid Varnp Boots. $9 Grey and Brown Kid Vamps with corkscrew cloth tops, matched beautifully. High Louis heels or low Military heelsj Buys $7.00 White Kid Top Black Kid Vamp Boots. Hutchinson, (Iniianaj, Kansas I MX Worth $5.00 and $6.00 In both, high and low heels. We will include many other good shoes in Indies' and children's that we can't mention here. All the above styles are Goodyear Welt and come in most all sizes. The bargain counter of Ladies' Fine Black Shoes, in all leathers and some in cloth tops with leather .vamps. • PETEY DINK H" The Fork Saved Petey'a Life, But He'll Get His Now. H By C. A. VOIGHT

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