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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta l*age 6 TTTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP We�lnc8flay, Octohci' 0,1912 NEW YORK AND BOSTON PLAYED TIE 6-6BEB Two of Today's Opposing Pitchers ANOTHER SENSATIONAL FINISH MARKS SECOND GAME OF WORLD'S SERIES ELEVEN INNINGS-CALLED THROUGH DARKNESS Fenway Park, Boston, Mass., Oct. 9. -Boston turned out Its baaoball leg-Ions ovw 30,000 strong tod�r, to witness the second game of tho wprld'a �eries. Tlve weather �waa.faJr, and the edge oi a sharp wsterly breeze "was omewhat duUd by the sun. Long before th^ game began all the test seats were taken, with only a few bare spota near the back fences. the New York fans, undismayed by the defeat of the Giant* yesterday, houted approval at the fast practice of the National leaguers. The New York crowd freely took the short end of the offered wagers of 10 to 6 that Boston woruld take th �eries. The crowd gave Its first real cheer of the day when Catcher Cady and sev eral of the Red Sox substitutes popped out from beneath the stand, and began practice. Manager Stabl complained of feeling 111 this morning, but said he probably would take hla position at first base, The sky became oveTcast an hour or so before tbe_ o"^" ind It waa a good day for speed pitching. Tb Giants began to warm up on theside lines, while Mathewson ' and MeSjrs went far down the loft field lln*. where the New York box man indulged in light pitching. One o'clock found only, a few empty seats In. the unreserved stands and bleachers, but the main grandstands filled slowly. The batteries were announced as follows: Boston-Collins and Carrl-gan; New York-Mathewson and*Iey-ers. First Inning New York--MaycT Fitzgerald threw cut the ball to Collins. The Boston fans gave Jake Stahl an automobile today. The first ball was a strike. SnodgrasB up, and drove the second ball pitched Into the Bleachers for a double. Doyle struck out. Collins used three wide keeping curves to turn the New York man back. Beck er out, Yerks to Stahl. Time was called until the umpire* could clear the field of photographers. The first ball pitched Murray was a strike and the crowd cheered. Collins threw out Murray. One hit, no runs, no errors. Boston-Hooper scratched an intleld hit, Mathowfion only being able ' knock down the ball, which he could note recover in time. Hooper stole second.' Fleitch^ dropped Yerks' lino drive, and lei man go safe at first. It was a miserable error by Fletcher. Speaker beat put a bunt, and the bas-s were tilled, 'with none out. The crowds broke Into a ccntlnuous cheer. The first two balls pitched to Lewis �were strikes. Hooper was forced at the plate on Lewis' grounder to Her-zog, who threw out to Meyers. Yerjtes scored on an Jnfleld out off Gardner, the play was .Mathewson to Doyle to Merkle. Lewis Ind Speaker scored on Stahl's hat drive to left. Wnev went out on a high fly to Doyle. Three ruiis, three hits, one error. Second Inning New York-Merkle fanned on the first three balls. Hcnog knocked a three bagger to right centre. Her ecored on Jleyers' hit, which struck Gardner In the face, Gardner rubbeO his head, and seemed pretty badly ehaken up, bw continued to play Fletcher sent up a fly to Hooper and was out. Mathewson was given an ovation by .the crowd as he went to bat. Meyers out when Yerkes took MathewBon'b grounder, and threw to Wagner. One run, two hits, no errors. Boston-Carrlgan out, Herzog to Morkle. Doyle made a 'brilliant play when he took Collins' grounder and threw him out at first. Hooper doubled. Yerkes put, Fletchor to Werkle.. One hit, no runs, no errors. Third Inning Now York-Snodgrasa tiled to Hooper. Collins used a fast breaking ball over corner of plate, his drop ball bo-Jng effective. Doyle out on a foul to Gardner, Becker oyt, Wagner to Stahl, fJo rune, 'no hits, no m-rors. Boston-Si)�aker led oft, and went out to Merkle, unassisted. Morklo knocked down Speaker's drive, which was labelled for two bas&s, I.�w1b hit a high one to Murray, and went back to the bench. Gardner wont out to Doyle to Merkle. No runs; no hits, no errors. Fourth Inning New York-Murray got a three-bagger to right. Merkle was out on a foul to Gardner. Murray scored on a sacrifice fly of Herzog to Speaker. Meyers singled to left, Wagner being only able to knock the ball down. Fletcher filed out to Hoop�r. One run, two hits, no errors. Boston-Stahl struck out, Mathewson serving him three balls. Wagner filed to Murray. Fletcher took Car-rigan's grounder, and throw him out at first. No runs, no hits, no errors. Ninth Inning New York-Fletcher out, Wagner to Stahl. It was a dazzling play. Wagner took Fletcher's grounder with one hand, and made a rifle shot through while running, whipping the runner out by ft few Beet. Stahl took his throw with one hand. Mathewson popped to Stahl. Snodgrass took the firat base on balls of the game. Snodgrass stole S3i,licld them score-^ seats in the upper stand, but many less until tlio third inning when after lost money when would bo purchasers Tesreau had fanned, Devore worked failed to meet the exorbitant de-tho Red So.v boxmaji for a pass. 1 mands (or the coveted paste hoards, Doylo put up a higli (ly to left which I Hut one attempt was njade to steal fell too far back for either Gardner ' a base and that came in the T��r�au Looked Good TeBr�au, ono of the 'biggest men on the ball field today, looked every inch a Giant, as he hurled the first ball to j the plato and Klom called It a ball. Hooper, the first Red Sox, waited out the string, and was rewarded with a base on balls. He took second and third on Yerkes' and Speakers" fast grounders, and was l�It on the paths when Lewis sent 8 high fly to Snodgrass. or Wagner to reach. Doyle reached .secoiiti on the hit, but Devore was held at third. Then Murray proved the Oiunt-s' hero of the day. This ATHLETICS EVEN UP Philadelphia, Oct. 8.-The Philadelphia American team evened up iln the _.....^ ........ S2Comi= Intor-lcaguo series of this city today, inning, when' aiterroacliTng'flrst laso j defeating the Philadelphia Nation-on a force, Stahl started down and ^ '� ^- P>ank, backed up by fast was nagged by Meyers with a perfect fielding, held Phlludelphla sate throw to Doyle. througMut the B�me. Wheat-Dec.......... May ........ July ........ Chicago 89 94i. 92i 96J, 93i 90 95i 8H1 97^ i< 94*1 Season Closes at Coast The second game of the Mann Cup i seripB between the St. Cathanlnea and J^iL, the Vancouver Athletic club here, to-morrow afternoon, will closo the lacrosse season on the coast. HANGE your brand for once-try the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S � S ;