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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD October 1012 lllrj JjiVi iinjuiuvirj tAifC 0 i i NEW YORK AND BOSTON PIAYEDTIE66 THE LOCAL AND WORLDS FOREMOST EVENTS Two pf Todays Opposing Pitchers ANOTHER SENSATIONAL FINISH MARKS SECOND GAME OF ELEVEN INNINGSCALLED THROUGH DARKNESS Fenway turned out its baseball leg Ions over strong to wit ness the second game of tho worlds was and the edge of a sharp wsteriy breeze dulld by tie Long before same began all the test seats were with only a few bare spots near the back The New York undismayed by the defeat of the Glints ahouted approval at the fast prac tice of the National The New York crowd freely took the short end of the ottered wagers of 10 to 6 that Boston would take th crowd gave its first real oheer of the day when Catcher Cady and sev eral ot the Bed Sox substitutes popped out from beneath the and be gan Manager Stahl complained of feeling ill this but said he probably would Like his position at first The sky became overcast an hour or so before ttie it was a good day for speed Th Giants began to warm up on theslde while Mathewson and Mes went far down the loft field li where the New York bex man Indulg ed in light One oclock found a few empty seats the unreserved stands and but the main grandstands filled The batteries were announced as follows Collins and Carri gan New York Mathewson and Mey First Inning New Mayer Ftegerald threw out the boll to The Boston fans gave Jake Stahl an automobile The first ball was a Snodgrass and drove the second ball pitched Into the Bleachers for a Doyle struck out Collins used three wide Sweeping curves to turn the New York man Beck er 1erkB to Time was call ed until the umpires could clear the field of The first ball pitched Murray was a strike and the crowd Collins threw out One no no Boston Hooper scratched an infield Mathewson only being able knock down the which he could note recover In Hooper stole Fletcher dropped Yerks line and let man go safe at It a miserable error by Speaker beat put a and the bas es were with none The crowds into a ccminuous The first two balls pitched to Lewis Hooper was forced at the plate on Lewis grounder to Her who threw out to Yerkes scored on an infield out off the play was Mathewsou to Doyle to Lewis Snd Speaker scored on Stahls hat drive to Waan1 went out on a high fly to Three three one Second New York Merkle fanned on the first three HCTZOE knocked a three bagger to right Her scored on Meyers which struck Gardner in the Gardner nibbed seemed pretty badly shaken but continued to play Fletcher sent up a fly to Hooper and was Mathswson was given an ovation by crowd as he went to Meyers out when Ycrkes took Mathewaons and threw to One two no Boston Carrigan Herzog to Doyle made a brilliant play whcn he took Collins gronndnr and threw him out at Hooper return to the It was a quick douj Speaker scored on the throw I strikes Eor two put outs and hnll gQX Cjjrlied the When victory perched on lie ban ners of the Red Sox post the Boston delegation marched across Yerkes Fletcher to i One no no cr Third Inning New Snodgrass flied to Hoop Collins used a fast breaking over corner of his drop ball bs Ing Doyle out on a foul to Becker Wagner to a high one to and went hack to the Gardner went out to Doyle to No runs no no Fourth Inning New got a ger to right Merkle was out on a foul to Murray scored on a sacrifice fly of Herzog to Meyers singled to Wagner being only abie to knock the ball Fletcher Hied out to One two no struck Mathew son serving him three filed to Fletcher took Car rigans and threw him out at No no no Fifth linning New was a strike out dropping the third threw ihe New York pitcher out at Snodgrass fell a victim to and Doyle flied out to No no no struck The crowd cheered who had al ready made two Hooper singled to It was his The sun came out bright at this point and Snodgrass and Murray exchanged Hooper stole Jleyera throw being Hooper scored on Yerkes threebagger to The stands were an Speak er flied to who threw to Her catching Yerkes before he could ble One two no er New Yerkes to Murray singled to Merkle flied out to Murray Carrigan to The runner was touched out five feet off the No one no fumbled Lewis and the runner beat the throw to Gardner Mathewson to Merkle Lewis on sec Stahl shot up a high which Merkle Stahi went out on a tap to who threw the run ner out at first Lewis on Wag ner out on a grounder to who touched the runner on the No no one Seventh Inning New singled to Meyers popped out to Her zog stole Oarrigans throw be ing Fletcher popped out to Mathewson struck No one no took Carrigans and threw him out at Collins struck Doyle to No no no Eighth Inning New dropped Snod grass Doyle singled to Doyle was forced at second when Ycrkes took Beckers grounder and threw to Snodgrass going to Snodgrass scored en double into the Becker ing to Collins was from and relieved by Collins went to the bench in Hall curv ed the first one over on Merkle for a Merklo sent up a high foul to Carrigan dropped Herzogs after a backward It not an Fletcher and scored on Herzogs double into the Wagner took Meyers and threw liim out at Three three no flied to M Speaker Mahewson to Lewis got a double into the left field Murray fell heels oVcr head into the temporary stand trying to make a He was and the crowd cheered him for his game An enthusiastic spectator took Murrays mit for a Lewis scored when Gardner dropped a vic ious hit through The offi cial scorer gave Fletcher an Stahl got an infield which Doyle Ninth Inning Wagner io It was a dazzling Wag ner took Fletchers grounder with one and made a rifle shot through while whipping the runner out by a few Stahl took his throw with one Mathewson pop ped to Snodgrass took the first base on balls of the Snod grass stole Carrigans throw being Doyle was purposely pass Becker also took his base on Becker was forced to second when Wagner took Murrays and threw to Yerkes No no no Ninth Inning Mathewson Math iewson Collins to Hall fouled oat Hooper flied to No no no Tenth Inriing New made a three bagger past Wagner threw Herzog out at Meyers was pur posely McCormick batting JOE WOOD DRAMATIC IN CRUCIAL TEST YESTERDAY Bostons Great Pitcher Turned Pale But Faced the Enemy With Grim Determination andHumbled Murderous Designs of Opposing Batsmen GREAT FINISH OF GIANTS SENT FANS WILD New The Boston plaver went hitless through the last of the sport o the While most Boslonians inter ested in reports from the game in me New York to the exclusion of all the New York years world lie caught many gave more than u passing SIGH OF RELIEF BY BOSTON FANS When Final Result was AnnouncedAll Classes Feverishly Watch Score Board hoards crowds of a sm rarely equalled ir this city cixultoil today over tho Red Sox stirring victory in New Good old Joe Wood was the slo gan of the after the opening game of the worlds ser ies had been decided in Bostons fav When Wood struck pitcher Crandall of New York for the thirl out in the ninth inning with men 01 second and third a sigh of re lief went up from the multitudes am all were shouting and cheering iu tut next Men and women of all degrees ii the social and business life of th city gatheredby thousands as fans to hear The crowd 01 the Boston Commons near Hoylston MARKETS LETHBHIOQE MARKETS Tho local market Unlay remains yesterdays tiualattons still pre 1 Northern No 2 Northern il Northern 19 1 Alberta 2 Alborta Red il Alberta Hod l Alberta Hcd 5 Alberta Kcd 046 per per per Rolled Butter and Dairy butter Creamery butter I35 fresh Ntw per per per per I01 per to Cattle on Hoot Per pet pound per pound per Sheep per per per per ID WEDNESDAYS GRAIN PRICES winninptr Oct 9 market was vading ana fllg temporary stands i erected for a parade next none Their enthusiasm rocked tto tarn timbers hut no mishap t pl Bilou ussa On newspaper row all was tied s d her street nvcn ome c non m pl s roglio in the Balkans is s regards the worlds hut should Russia he up and street That last an and into the side ness district back to work which had outlet becomes a bullish mers are not anxious to iiuaa urtm w i vgen them KOing as been abandoned temporarily in favor t nf Hio nf fclifi f for SbafermnforTO Americans overeat the New York The Merkle scored Canals by a o Cor single the Ls city flee fly to Shafer took seci before a crowd ond on the throw to the hewson flied out to One game of the world five thousand people in the firstami brought Devore and Doyle over The con one no went in to catch for I New and Shafer went to short Wilson took Yerkes grounden and threw him out at test was nip and tuck all the lade the ninth inning when i tied the but the plate Tesreau was mighty until the sixth Shorstop took the ball and threw wild to who dropped the ball I and Speaker slid over the plato with teing Lewis Speak ers drive was too deep and the official scorer gave it a three jase hit and an error to the Doyle took Gardners grounder and threw him out at Lewfs going to Herzog threw out One two one Eleventh Inning test was nip ana a r I The Giants made athrilling rally in Twenty Red players had they nearly i faced his quick breaking moist ball Smoky Joe I before the first hit was That was long three base drive by who came home lor the first run for the American leaguers on an infield out by Duffy Woods bewildering speed turned two Speaker Giant hatters back to the bench on TESREAU FADES The seventh saw the end Tes Somo persons have scoured re served More than this number will find places in the bleachers and many planned to he astir early to morrow morning to take their placej in A few went to the gates to night to he first when the gates op en shortly after ten LONGER ODDS OFFERED Bostons victory today had its ef fect both on the betting and specula tion The which has been ten to eight on the Red Sox dropped generally to 10 to Tick ets for the three their opinion will be events of the next few 051 cars 834 in May tho days will Cash Prices Sox No ickNo Three singles and a double both Governor Eugene to sec that th at of and Governor Tenj last solved Tesreau s of sawthe HAIRRAISING FINISH retired by sending a line drive to if has any world Cady followed with another ies game provided such a dramatic mer tQ centie am Boston dele 1 2 3 New BOW pitching Two behind the Giants in the stands turned loose a Hun at for Bedient Mt Snodgmss on the and the batter took his Doyle struck It is growing dark and the ball is hard to Snod rass Carrigan to Wag Becker tosk his base on Becker Carrigan to Wag No no no Boston Sharer took Tvagners grounder and threw him out at Carrigan went out the same Bed ient to No no no Game called on account of dark at end of the score 6 row supporters had given up forced Cady dreds were leaving the stands when by Hooper shot a double past Merkle sent a single whistling to the putting Wagner across the would be even greater as the number of tickets in thespeculators hands is small and the demand in creased with the Fair weather with a bright sun and crisp air was the prospects to Feed Winter Wheat outfield after one man was Even the chance of tieing the score and sending Wood to yerkes responded with a sharp SMOKE OF THE BATTLE Two Mlsplays Despite tile nervousness of the two teams thore were but two uiu ui i tittes respumiuu HILH seemed but a Texas irjve over secoM anubefore the ball by Herzog followed quickly by a couid relayed to the infield Hoop smoking hit by the er Wooj scampered over the which sent Merkle put the With a lead of two runs the stand m a flame uf With Giants had to take the offensive and These ware committed by Wagner and the Giants on second and nWlly responded with their ninth the two stops falUng thousands stood in their scats and which failed by Fletcher swung his bat ner vously at the plate while Joe j white of seemed Fletcher swung his bat nerjoitieing the STAHL TALKS the crass I We won as J thought we iblied the balland1 but tne gave us a great delay Manager as he led PER GAME LALONDES PAY llis Players aboard an early evening train for Joe Wood carried smoke Tesreau fanned with fine and Md wil leave for Montreal to after summer spent on the Newsy played ten games i Lacrosse association this se for and remunerated the Red Sox hitless until the hitched his adjusted his tied Fletcher and he swung futilely at Woods fast breaking shoots three times and went back to the strong man in the came Wood put over two strikes and then three The Red Sox twirler drew hack his arm and shot over a fast Crandall Manager and while missed it by an and l would like to have won we are game was i no means disheartened by todays dejollt once was a battle of managerial wit The Athletics were deicated the run down on easy no doubt due to their anxiety to get the ball across to Seventeen Strike Outs Seventeen men struck out during the For New Fletcher was a victim three times to Woods 3 4 2 3 1 Feed 1 Feed 2 Feed 3 Barley Rejected ecd Flax 1 Minneapolis Wheat Hay Wheat Dec 325 July 93i our players were ready with hats when hits meant McGRAW HOPEFUL The series is just said Meyers and Crandall each strik ing out Some Victims Jake Stahl went out twice as did also third baseman j Hooper and Speaker struck in the selection of the Manfirst game of in the agpr McGraw pinned his faith in tes year but they season and the Ozark bear hunter held the series last the title oi sixth Business came to a standstill in tho Good Umpiring The umpiring was of tho There was no disputing Kem balls and and Evans had no for and was tnc lieu Hox unless until tne sixtn Business eame to a standstill in mo x i in f n alt the rate of five hundred dollars per inning when Speakers three bagger financial district while the game was trouble in locimng me piays on uic He intends to play hockey this broke the Tesreau weakened in in and Klclcr hail oniing but just wheoe he has j the 7th liming and before the fuslladc exchange and not yet up to the has se services in his but he in tends to look over the situation in the east before he signs a He had an optional contract with Frank No no no could not Gardner solus to Stahl stole Meyers try led ami went out to Merlilo knocked down Speakers which labelled for two Lewis hit Ing to catch Gardner at but two bit Wagner struck One run ono That matter j of Boston hits was over three runs foresook the stock quotation tickers Newsy Laj were across the plate and the Red j and hung around the newspaper tape everal flattering offers for Sox had a lead of two i which carried the record of the TERRIFIC SPEED Scores of bankers took a holiday Manager Stahl placed his star while the directors of the Missouri Joe on the In Pacific Railway advanced a directors only two innings was hockey for tho coming seaso at a salary of something like eighteen but ho has informetl Pat rick that ho did not intend to exor the George manager of tho IrishCanadian club of wants Lalonde as playing manager of his team this and il looks as though he will get in which event it Is very probable that lualondo will remain next year as manager of the learn of the Irish Canadians in the Dominion Lacrosse Crowds on tile stock OLoughlln and Rlglcr in brokerage houses nothing to Tesreau Looked Good one of the biggest men o the ball Held looked every inch a as he hurled the first ball to while the directors of the Missouri plalo and Klem called it a ball waited on with a plBO uu He took second am intil third on Yerkes and Speakers fas the last man had struck The crowd at the polo was left on the fanned eleven baa an optional contract witn rnuiiv manager of the Vancouver hit hard and his dazzling might snpct rnnhmiprl iirulmiinisned until he tn Pacific Railway advanced a discolors lhie fjrst Red the Red meeting one hour that several of thfl atringi was r jjj speed continued undiminished the Giants k Wood The crowd at the polo grounds was d and Wn3 left on the paths He gave handled without confusion and there He gave only uauuieu WUUOUL contusion anu two bases on The Giants were virtually was room for all who w the first to edge their way into the Speculators obtained high prices for ordsa run held them scorescats in the upper but manyi less until the third inning when after lost money when would be purchasers Tesreau had Devore worked failed to meet the exorbitant de thc Red bosnianior a for the coveted paste Doyle put up a liiph fly to left which onc attempt was made to ATHLETICS EVEN UP Philadel American team evened up in thf Doyle put up a liiph fly to left which Hut one attempt was made to steal of thlB cilv fell too fat backfor either and that came in the tho Philadelphia Nation MtllCl LiJiruncr il otm iUfiL win in ill LIU Wagner to Doyle reached when after reaching first j second on the hut Devore was on a Stahl started down and held at Then Murray proved was flagged by Meyers with a perfect the Giants hero of the throw to defeating the Philadelphia Nation backed up by fas held Philadelphia sai mt the 90 95 i JS Season Closes at Coast The second game of the Mann Cup series between the Catharines and the Vancouver Athletic club to morrow will close tho la crosse season on tho brand for the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its high At all BUCHANANS ;