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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETUBFIDGE DAILY TTEBALD IVcilnesflay, October Rival Twirlers of Today's Game T: Second Game of World's Championship Series at Philadelphia Went Nine Innings Without a Score-Plank Weakened in Tenth HRILLING GAME-MATTY HIT III FIRST RUN Score by innings: jew York....... liladelpkia E. H. E. 000 000 000 ilbi p.rt, Oct. The New York ,u' ciptured the second xame of 'World'i Series today, detesting PhlUdelphia Athletics by a score to 0 In tin Inninte of play. was a plt'eber's battle between "IV'scn and Plink until 'b? itnlh in, TriM 1 s THIRD IX.X1XGS litheirJon was in difficulties In the half of the nfnlb when he was .'bed tor two hltr, and with Loyle's ?r Athletic runners' on.'second t1 none out. Then Math- XEW was noticed that Meyers' tight hand was completely tioiie up ia bandages ar.d it is believ- ed-that he was more seriously hurt than at first supposed. This may keep him out ot the series. McLean out to Barry. Sncdgrass third base. He limped to first. Mathcwscn was to the iff splendid pitching and alr- by" the Infield, kept the runless. .Each team has oi wen-a-Jtame and the third coc- (jjwill he played In New York to- nuis.but not in time to tae the tinner. Mattew'son sent a long hit. centre, advancing Sncdgrass to FIRST YORK-Henog popped out to, TJoj'le out on a short .fly to Plank used his famous cross- and deftly Worked the corn- plate.' .Fletcher No he'no etfoia. sent drop .curve which missed the byyscatcelv'an tech. The.sec- pitched was'a stti'fcr. Doyle horrible error on Murphy's thi ball mitring through promptly singled to Itft lurphv to second. McLean wenl S to "consult Mathewson Collie-' Iced, to Doyle, ad Murphy' and Uldrinz. 'Tbei Hooie. Rua. Baker to the- bat s. first pitch, was tall fouled off the next .one. Bakei d' 'ajain. Hiker fouled ofi an y--rrr, -was two strikes and on i; big Athletic.battw, Bak pi sending tip 'a for the third strike. Jlcln flied to.BviM. No runs, one hit .SECQSJ) 1XS1NOS g.-iiJji.EW YOHK-1'lanl- had fine con easily .fanned Burns. Shale s to -Murphy-' Piank shot t'w in quirk sue I bim a ball; Mur wildly lor iicb roissed by a foot hfts, r.'o errors. ou '.'3nd made pla fly to Burns atbevjmi put. over two strikes o tyii fanned oh tbe thir pitched wai'.'nice pitcl leg by funs, no hits cb' errors. drke on the run, He'mac-e'a quid: sle- Plank tiled to liitit Snod-, recovery and threw out his nian at ['asi at first .by giving a pitch-out grst. Jiclnnis fanned. No runs, hits Lapp, who threw quickly lo-Mo- or etrors. "SEVENTH INX1NGS XEW out on a fly to Sliunk. Muiiar out on a.pop fly .bird. On .Strunk's throw toward "to -McLean out'.on .a long ilrd Mathewsoa moved to second, 'drive-to Oldrjng, who had to tack up j lltse ran for Snodgrass. The Ath- iacaiiibt, .'to. get the ball, tic infield drew in to try to slops assible run, there being only olie i on at- Wiitse out when Plank (0 V ho made a1 lerzog's grounder and then to Lapp, shoestring catch, coming in on t-e to ran down Wiitse on the. line.. rlm foc the ball. oul Mathewson went to third and Her- :Batiy. Lapp scratched a hit .through og went to second on the. play. Willse. It was 'a puzzling '.bounder, lank gave Doyle three balls a 'Fletcher.' Xo utting over a strike. His nest pitch one errors. as" a which cut. the far cor- EIGHTH IXNIXGS v er o! Doyle (lied to Old.-j XEW -Collins to mg-.aEd the Athletics crawled out jitlnnis. The crowd gave Mathewsoa i, a very small'hole. Xo runs, fwo'a great cheer .ofi his errors. 'fine work pitching. Matty'duV.'pn'. a sect la fly to Murphy, wVo took: the- ball "of! first base-ior New York. Plank out Iherlop ol the. grass and. tlrtn turned rtien Doyle threw him out ot first, a complete flied -ilatbe'wson threw out Murphy at -out lo stiunk.' fl'was a'Ttetty run- nrst, Murphy bunting tb'i first ball nir.g catch. No runs, hits or errors. )itched Oldring went out Herzoj to' was'announc- Wiitse.. Only four balls were pitched td that the total atlcndance was n tbe inning hy .Mathewson.. Xo 500, the .total receipts being, uns, no hits, no errors. TOURTH INX1XGS XEW YORK Harry threw oul 4 GIANTS' DEFEAT MEANT HIS SUICIDE Xew York. Oct. S. HIM, a restaurant 'keeper, need- ed S to payoff Ms' Iridebt- I- edness. He bet on the Giants yesterday, hoping to win en-' ough to satisfy bU creditors. Ho killed himself today by in- haling gas. ft BAD IAMR AI One Fan Sold Ticket Good for 'TW Days for of Intetest Leading Up (o Start of the Second Game of World's Bateball Cbraplohship Series MATTY AGAIN "Old Chrlitle 'Mathiw- who aoain Put En the There are; the I who iiy that.Matty will be the itir of the thlj time. Murphv- to .Wiitse. unassisted. Fletcher threw out Glaring! Collies to jjft Bater. singled ;The jetlctl ttheV.'ef DOESN'T KEEP AWAY MIGHTY. HOST OF FANS Philadelphia, pel. Uttls or igprraaay la btieball world ihe champions or the N'a- :onal tad- American" letcuet. which pcried auipicloiulr for Philadel- TMtKJaj on the Polo Touftdi In NCTT York. WM ahltted to- Sblbe Pjrk In till city. :Deipite'a drliilliti rain which let D before midnight, and continued un- Ij todij, B-.o-re tbin Uioua- ind fans camped outride Shlbe Pack, nany.'of them o'clock yester- day afternoon, In order to get choice seita tor the swond con In L f the predictions of the weather man iql'd 'jut, followers of national pastlmo may hart their oaf .vigil (n rain. j. TAKING CHANCES fTake a was the motto of he throngs, which, wien the gates rerej. lined the streets sur- the park, and numbered nany; thousands. Ticket speculators in evidence on the street :odir and at the hotels, and a number of; tie coupon's were disposed of at ffiiojr Umss their face value. One 12 seat three