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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Thiirsdny, Crandall Relieved Tesreau in Pitched a Strong Qame for Athletics and Let Giants With but Five Hits-Schang Hit Home Run-Collins and Doyle Stars By innings: jRkikdephia York 320 000 12 ooo eio 5 R. 11. thinking'it might be home run. Wilson took Scbans's Wfc Grounds, New York, Oct. '.tta PUUaeipbJa swamped Ua .York totals today a fufllata ot bits, defcat- by a score 'ot S to 3, -fine pitching" "together, with OoUtu'. tlttlii aid sparkling deten- Ilkve at 4 a long lour-bag'smash by ware bright, feat ures of ..'tte Aiiletics1 game. Tas'.Iouad tor-five russ in 'kit innings. Bush allowed -oaiy'Sje made a seien- ;tific double play- in the taning.. v .The' two clubs play tha fouiih game the world's series at Shlbe Park, tomorrow. Over people saw today's bat- tie at the Polo Grounds. FIRST INNINGS ;pHII4pELPHIA-Tesreau's curve broke'ovirr'the plate lor a strike. foul after a long tun to tue.-Athletic players' beech. Hash flicd out to Duyle. -No rms, one hit, .no errors. NEW Doyle out on a grounder to Mclnnis, 'unassisted. oa the pitcher in an attempt to steal Hetcher waUc'ed. -Double play ended hut Fletcher fouled the ball. Fletcher the inning, llwh took Burns' smash waVhit by a v.itched ball. Burns; and tossed to Uarry, 'forcing Fletch- Collins, who tossed to Barry, )et Uarry then completed Doyle: at- second. SECOND IN'NIXQS "PHILADELPHIA Schang struck out, being rartle to guage Tesreau's jspitter to ri-hl ior the double by a-shot throw'to Mc- lnnis. N'o junti.'no liits.'no errors. SEVENTH INNINGS sent a A DARK HORSE Pitcher Bush of the Athletics Spltier.'Bush-flied out Murphy heat out a hit Fletcher making a nice stop hack of 'Doyle. Collins sent a long .foul into Murphy, r.t. -hut- could not get his man at first..Oldrtng got his Mcor.i! to right, sending Murphy-to third. The to Murray.-was lorcra second whrn Fletcher The lit to Oldring's.smash and tossed to I Philadelphia 'Doyle. Collins sent a long .foul into'-Murphy, r.t. the upper right.field ball .Oldrinr, !.f. falling almost into lair territory-1 Collins, 2d b. Oldring scored pn.Collins1 three-base'Baker. 3d b. H was the hit- and run" play_cleverly n" 't.e right fpiil line, llclnnis, 1st b. worked. Oldriog stole second, Murphy 'rtlE bail a wicked bound past Slmntf c. f. being held at third. Murphy and Old- Murray, enabling Collins .to nake Barry.'s.s. ring soorid 6a Collins' line drive over third. Collins scored on Baker's sin- c. i Doyle's head. This made sil hits off Sie 'o centre. Athletics' hitting was nusb p Tesreau. in' two innings, and' for Tesreau was! Jox Sccrc AB R H PO A E! 51 3 2 "0 'n 5 3 S 0 Q 0' 4 .4 4 4 ..A a. 2 :4 1 0 0 0 I 0 0? 0 i 1 2 1-6 i-'.o Great Polo Ground. ToAiy-Otie Ardent Fans Col- lapted Through Exhaustion From Waiting in Line at the Gate-'--McGraw Crippled Both Confident New York; Oct. a victory solely tucked :away, for each club, thex Giants and Athletics prepared today for third contest tor the world's championship, expressing each in "confidence .that-the hreak this af- ternoon would open the road to vic- tory'In the. writs.. The. only dolelul note.tils rudrriLng is frpni the weath- er bureau, which insisted upon" the probability of'.more-rain. filled- with .far .greater assurance thu on the opening day, before the teams: had tested each other's met- tle, New York fans Mgari to Rock to the grounds as.soon as' It- appeared weather was clearing. The crowds are 'and optimis- wonderful pitching of the great'' JlathcVson has worked won- ders :'with the spirit of tht club's followers. Pjila Oct. New York GjanU the Philadelphia Athletics, pennant" winners ol the National and American leagues, cross bats here this afternoon in the third contest ol the world's baseball ser- ies. Thirty-five thousand people, un- a- constant threat ol heavy rain, swarmed the vast con- crete stadium to .view the struggle. Each team with a victory to Its dlt was determined to win the day's game. A soggr fie'd, drenched by tours of hard, rain, slowed up the fielding of hotA Grants and .Athletics. Umpire Rrgler grounds at 10.30 and reported the diamond in shape to ploy il thexe was no more rolnicl-ean in filth. v- AX for Merkle in i but no hits, ho errors. sent up a hijfh fly to Strunk. Tesreau went out cm three straight strikes. The last hall Tesreau-struck .at, struck the plate Summary: Two bas.c hit three base'hitsVCoIMns h Schafe run drive into the right Si .field stand. Baker came out and Oldring, Fletcher, shook hinds -after he 'crossed the hits'-M Tesreau! 1-3 Innings; plale. "Yo-j belong to the said Baker. Bush' 5 One one hit, no errors. M fiW to Pleicfwr. Uta, OM Three runs, grand and bounced toto Schan.'s hands C01- Barry JHns Mt Herzog's tor and the in- ofi Crandalt'l in 23-3 innings dou- Bush' struck out. i hie an'd Barry Bush, Barry to Mclnnis I Dojle (unassist- ed Scnsng and- tjJqU'ns ,-hft 1 on i'. out pn 1'r.i out fo.-Mclnnis m f TOBB over the M for a rtrfU. The second atrike. Alter having two tW tatWi, Hetzog' out, Hclnnto. had a' bas- btt .fiptf h Utm. Doyle got an BuA vat tuubtt to good start Si 'Dodd's Guarantee with Thornton Douglu made tt, measure clothing sujrjntee ejth gtrmtitt mitt by us to trie from Impcrfcclloni In both material and workminihlp, la bs tailored peopli, and nude of elolii, theroughly ihrunk. Should any garment prove un- and not ai rtpre- rtqmit thai it be ri- turfldd when It win oe replaced another of the money tt- thaeli Dodd _." >TMET like a put o'at. Mur- phy out to Shaler. Doyle threp out Oldring at'- first- Xo runs, one hit, a errors. NEW YORK-Umpire Itigler caii- tloned toe AthUtIc players on the bench from couching. Doyle fouled out Bush had plenty ol stuff on the halls, his curves break- ing very oddly at times, keeping Schang" busy going out alter them. Bueh gave Fletcher three balls, and then put over two strikes. -FlslclK. singled over second. Collins slopped nlng.wjs over. ..The crowd applauded Fletcher fouled out bases .nn B.u_sh -J; and', they were-just-ns'liyclj- as the the schooling ot BroM, Bush, Houck nifn' in the'rushfor fhe front row and fchawkey. -seats. In -quality, fcon-cyer, N'ew Yorkers 'Urripire "hfgler 'will give dec Wnp snd who the .Umpire Egan in right field, leif-inwngs he pitched, on Bush and-'Sching were ann- the-Polo grounds, and Dernaree, a as the battery lor'-the Athletics leader among this year's. National leajiie acu cool and depend- lounced able In13 crisis. McGraw himsell was not slow to express hii uonfi'dence as to how. this problem would work out. with what our op- jpontnis have lelt my remaining pitch- ing start looks mighty good to he declared. '-COSN1B CONFIDENT BUSH A. DARK HOHSE that Bush would pirch caused hundreds fo murmur In the stands.' This is the pitcher that Connie Mack, has' iepi under cover for .the list "six ireeVs in 'order to EC'hini-Iri'the world's series. the --Athletics' catcher, said- that Bush had a world of speed and a YiiiO breaking curve when' he on 1 ;hit.. by Schar.g. No runs, no hits, no errors. Manager'AIcGraK sent word to the NEW out on a fly to Murjhy. Schalcr wa'lfod. Schafer was lorced at second.' Barry took Hence Its Origin. 'Every superstition, or nearly every illiu SlIlO crippling o! Meyers and Merkle with Merkle.would The crowd Murray's roller and tcsscd "to Col- .Ruporslltton, can be traced, back to lir.3.' Wilson flicd to Xo runs, i something sensible and radon'ai. 'take no hits, no errors. he Friday one, the continued inability ol Snodgrass had -riow filled -both; the upper to play game, is likely to prove lower grandstands, and every a severe handicap lor McOraw's men. :in tack Held bleachers was occu- PIRATES BEAT NAPS In the third game cf thc'r. fhs Pitlsburg -Vaficnafs defeated the Cleveland Americans 3 to 4 yester- twp and it but could cot recover'to make the lnj first throw. Burns fanned and Sc-hang the series. The sccre snapped the hall to Mclnnis who, nearly caught-Fletcher-oS the base: Fleterrfr stole second, having a good on the pitchel, and Rchang threw wide. Collins threw Shafer Out at first. No iivis, one hit, no errors. INNINGS PHILADELI'HIA-Collir.s made the Xew York fans -sick by sending Cleveland 332 Pittiburg.........'...'...........; 4 g :rj Steen, James and Carisch; Mc- Quillan, Hcndrlx and Simon-. The speaker was Mayor Reulter of. .anting. 'Take the Friitay he "One LanfJng clerk slid to another: Would you stall on your. Yfcca-. ion on a Friday, BouV 'You yoii'r I Bob replied.' "'What a superstitious ass you are, bo raid Bob, I wouldn't start off on Friday, bo- cause Saturday's York WHITE SOX BEAT CUBS to right which was only foul by Inches. Collins but on a liner to Mur- and.Ai'cher. In the first and deterred game of iu the series lor chunpionship, ray- Fletcher took Baker's pop Ch'cago Americans yesterday de- on the left, field line. Mclnnis out on.fcaled tt-8 Chicago Nationals 0 tr, t. fly. to Murray! No runs, no Tf" SCCT? and batteries': notrrots.' [Americans 11 2 NEW YORK Bush pitched three 4 12 3 balls then shot over two strikes on I Schalk Cheney, walled. It was the'..... first baso on balls given In th5 came. Murray stole'second and went "to third on Sthang's wild throw to right field. Murray scored on Mc- nit, which shot by Baker. Cooper, ran (or McLean. Merkle fifed to Murphy. Cooper stole, second, Echang's throw lelng vciy high. Bik- ,-i threw put Ttiteau, Coofer going lo third. Strung threw out Herzbg at first. One run, one hit, one error SIXTH INNINGS -PHILADELPHIA Wilson now catching lor New York. Strunk out. fo Burns. Barry singled sharply to'.right, Schatig sent' a long loiil ball Into the lelt field stand aid the COLLAR pay New DOC CRANOALL Of the and seat 5chaferfs comparative inexperience in he outfield showed Its effect In Tues- day's game, in which his playing ol Schang's drive that went Ior three bases, has been freely criticized. MCLEAN TOO SLOW Larry McLean, while he started attack which led to Plank's undoing Is so slow 61 loot that McGraw usually feels impelled to put n- a runner lor the big fellow, when he lands a tick, by virtue of a or an error, lest he ifleelually block the paths of awiltcr men. With Meyers injured this pro- cess early in a game would compel the substitution ol'one of the young- el'catchers, Wilson or Hartley. Merkle started out to hit well in this scries and he Is an experienced first saclter, while Willse la not, al- though this line fielding pitcher gave a'splendld account of himself at Shlbe Park yesterday, saving the. game for the Giants by his skilful handling o! tips by Lapp and Plank In the ninth inning. series stands this morning, however, even with the Giants', crip- pled feam, the advantage at the start looks'to msny close observers ol the play, to be with the National leaguers. They at least hive one sup- jxtodly dependable pitching- veteran against none for Mack, whose prob- able expectation of faking two games with Bender and plank leforc having to. resort to his colt twltlers .Iiid been spoiled by the phenomenal work of -.Mathewson. with ;hundreds pressing for ad- the'gates. .GIANTS CRIPPLED "We're i.cripjiled remarked Jchti McOraw'grirnly, "but we will have a in the field today as Mack's men will find out." The Athletics came to the Polo Grounds; with every member in .fine playing.cpncjition." Tho girls of the state college of Puy- allup, Wash., luve helped solve the nigh cost of living problem by. learn- ing to prepare tasteful lunches at a cost al or 6 cents each. FOR A CORRECT DKEMCK lucli EhirU, collars, catlt, as ours are an Blty. As a roan ot retlnemerit you are r.aturall; rcore ticular about the of your linen. 3j- cotnin; rxrt to this home of men'i rurnlehlnKa you can iatiafy your most critical taite without go- ing beyond moderation In penditure. Semi-Ready Store 8. C. BATSMAN Block Fifth PARISIANS JACK'S BIG HEAD Paris, France, Oct. people ol the little community'of. Asnieres, one of the most charming ol Parisian suburbs, arc shocked to think that Jack Johnson, tho pion is going to live, among them permanently, and Movement is on toot to petition the authorities to bar the negro, from France as a fugitive from American justice. Hut it is exceedingly doubtful' whether there is any paragraph'in our code which wo can apply to rid ourselves of this-fighter, who even is thinking of becoming a French citizen. To tell the truth, Parisians are heartily nstmmed p! themselves anil the foolish enthusiasm with which they received (his negro. To our ei- cuse let me say this have not had" much experience with race prejudice is absolutely here, and we are wild ato'ut sports, in any form. .When. Jack Johnson ar- rived we saw in him only the world's champion toxer, and very fc-w 'ol us knew anything about his record. 'We discovered'very, sopn that .ho was suffering from a badly swelled head, but we thought him only funny when a li- brary of. worts'.: about-Napoleon I., and remarked to the reporter: was a great man, too.11 S'ov wo {eel-deeply. huiriillaMd and only hope.thai the legal advisers ot the' people oi Asnieres rr.oy find a way to prevent criminal from tsl- tling down among them, endangering the safety of their young" danghters. One Hour Sentence For Bigamy. Vancouver, B. Oct. the crime- of hlgaraoiisly marrying Jessie Bailey, a young clerk In hia employ, x-Alderaan Sidney Milter was sen- -by Judge Mclnnes to undergo ID hour's imprisonment and 'ray a Ine of ?lOu. .Eighty Yetara In Canada SU Phil- Ip Wlnkler, aged 95 years, died" hero on Sunday. ;He Immigrated to Can- ida with .tils parent? from Badc-ii, Ger- many, SO gears'ago', and resided in tbo county ot Waterloo In and near St. Jacobs for nearly 65 yearn. E. MURPHY The. AMtiiet' rljJii fielder. He has an average of .301 at the bat. The Drift, of Fashion never leaves the Chest.crfipld ;Top- Coat behind. It has enjoyed aa unin- terrupted vogue; for forty years, With the distinctive marks of present' fashion and' the impress of fine tailoring we present Semi-ready button-through .and- fly- many choice fabrics, up to The Semi-Ready Store Block, 3, C, Cateman, Mflr ;