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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY PAGE THREE FIRST CLASH FOR WORLD'S BASEBALL TITLE H 11 5 Boston .-02001 3 Philadelphia 01000000 Rudolph and Gowdy; 'Bender, off and Schaiig and Lapp. Shibe" Park, Philadelphia, Oct. The Boiton National League pennant with the Philadelphia Athletlo today, defeating them of 7 tc 1. The Boston's. drove Bender, the Athletics' star 'right l hinder, from mound by terrific hitting which the Braves pieced together when 'hits meant runs. Qowdy was the hitting star of the Bostons, getting three Mfe hits in four times at bat. One of Gowdy'l hits was a double; another a three-bagger, his third being single. Rudolph pitched a game of the firit water.for his club. The Athletlo were held spellbound by his slow ball, which came up to the' piate as easy at a toy balloon. The Athletics' heaviest hitters could do nothing with hit delivery. The Beaton rooters paraded out of the grounds after the game led. by a brass band, THE LINE-UP third. gathered in Connolly s grounder and threw to Wyckoff, who covered first. No runs, 1 hit, no cr- Pl'llLADRLPHIA fumbled Baker's grounder and the runner was safe. Mclnnis walked on four pitched halls. Strunk grounded out to Schmidt., Haker went to third ;md llclnnis to second. Marry struck out. Rudolph threw out Lapp at first. It was line pitching by Rudolph. Xo runs, no hit.s, one error. EIGHTH INNING sent up a high fly to Hakcr. Schmidt got a texns leaguer to left. Gowdy singled to left and Schmidt went to third. Mar- anville struck out and (Jowdy ran to second, Schmidt stole home. Gow- dy tried to steal third but was thrown out. One run, hits, no errors. Merarv r-f 2d If. Connolly, 2b Whittod, 3b Schmidt, 1b Gowdy, c. Deal; 3b. cf. Barry, SB. Maranville, c. Rudolph, p. doubled to i'ight field. Maranville throw out Murphy ft first. Wyckoff went to third.'Oidring struck out. Collins flew out to Connolly. No runs, one hit, no errors. NINTH INNING BOSTON' The crowd began to leave the stands when the inning op- ened, as it was realized that Boston Iliad all hut won the game. Baker throw out Deal. Barry threw out Rudolph. It was announced that the official attendance'Was Baker tossed out Jlcran. No runs, no hits, no errors. BIJOU Not Coming But Here VERY LATEST Gprman Troops Brussels and. Other Stirring Pictures Direct' From The Heat of War j v The Secret of Her Past 8 .Part Drama---Alsp Stirring. burned through the menaciup clouds, and there were only slight threats ot Eliowers from the southwest. The drove thejiuiield and outer gardens were dry and ball up against the ftac-i- for a dou-j i nil- Uattr-was hold at second on Me- Mclnnes in Game j nip. Baker was hull! at second en Me Innis' out. Strunk popped out to livers. Maranvilte threw out Uarry Xo runs, one hit, no errors. FOURTH INNING sent a liner over Collins' head for a single, after j having two strikes called on him. A i I double play followed this. Bonclrr took Whitted's smash and fltircw to Harry, forcing Connolly, Harry then tossed out Whitted. Barry's throw to Mclnnis was wild, hut Melinite made a beautiful stop. Collins tossed but Schmidt at first. No runs, 1 no -fouled pit the first two and Rudolph had .him FIRST INNING BOSTON first offering wan an outcurve which cut the plate for a Moran wont out-on a .high foul to Mclnnes. Evers sont up a -nigh fly to Collins and walked back toi.thf! bench. Connolly took a strike and .'then fouled oft the. next one. Con- Shibc Park, Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. Boston Braves, pennant .win- ners of tho National League, and Uic Philadelphia Athletics, champions o! American League, clashed today in the lirst battle for the world's baseball championship of 19M. me Juan Lnu aim 11.111 ciiam nionsinp in a hole. Baker struck out missing a wide one hv a loot. Mclnnis also 'Soml! persons fanned. Strunk singled to left hut! fag engagement of the soven-guine tlle pitching stand, and served the Ath was out at second trying to stretch; ies. Hundreds were turned away at h.t.ino- Tni his hit, -Connolly to Maranville. It the gates unable to gain admission was pretty-' fielding by the Boston into the park. players. No 1 hit, no errors. I The Boston's prepared to practice FIFTH.INNING their hall boxraan, Dick Hu- missing a' slow one around the No-runs. No hits. No errors. PHILADELPHIA Rudolph put over a strike on Murphy, Murphy sent uo :a short single to center -ant' crowd started to choor. It was an mou. the second ball pfrtohed. Olrlring sac- j 'to sacrifice. Rudolph struck out. One riflced, Gowdy to Schmidt. Gowdy j run, two hits, no errors, nearly overthrew, first base. Rudolph! took cut the corners of the plate I Barry's texas leaguer away put in on Collins, and pitched three halls. left field. It was a sparkling catch His fourth-was a strike. Collins wilt- ed and the crowd cried to'Bakor for hit. Tiiaker out Schmidt drove the-ball tojdolph, to the pitching emplacement, the centre field' fence for a three-base; to shell the Athletics out o' uheir It was the first pitched ball. The' nomc defences. The American League umpire cautioned the Boston bench: groomed the Indian Bender to pick for coaching. .Gowdy scored on Off the Boston invaders with his fast (anvillo's single over Mclnnis' head. double play followed. Bonder took "Slow.ball pitching is not relished Deal's bunt and then picked off Mar-1 tr the Mack artillery of batters, aiid [aiiville at first. Deal had attempted j it" will be Rudolph for the fray to- and Murphy was out trying for third on Hie catch, Schmidt to Deal., It was a -pretty.double play. No runs, 1 hit, no errors. SECOND BOSTON" T- Bender pitched tSree balk and over two strikes on Whitted. Whitted walked.. Schmidt (lied out to OldrmR Whitted scored on Qowdv's two-bagger to the left and loudly applauded. Schang struck out. It was Rudolph's sixth strike- out. Bender flieil out to Whitted. No runs, no errors. foul trrv took SIXTH INNING sent up back of third base day remarked Manager Stalling, "still I may switch to James or Ty- ler. They are all good, you know.' Bleachers Filled The bleachers ot Shibc Park were choked to capacity long before game time. o Three and four times the me. re a lar seat prices were offered for tick- ets and the demand at these figures exceeded the supply. Betting favored the Athletics two to one when they appeared on the DilUK- Ol'lillltt UitSC l.uun [Q OnC W11U11 Hie} WJ. after, a long outstretch-; Held for hatting practice. The out- ed-hand. The crowd shouted its ap-i seating persons, was proval. Evcrs shot pastBen- thrown open at 10.51) o'clock. It was irter. Connolly walked .when Bender iniei} within a short' time and the unsteady. Whifcted's smashing gates were closed. The first in line driic to right fluid went (or three I seats in the unreserved section Practice Before Game Preliminary field play was soon in full swing, and it was of tho snappy variety. The wort of the Boston play- er DeaJ, who substituted at third base for who broke his leg this week', was keenly watched. He displayed no fielding fault In warming an. John Coombs aJid.fra Thomas took letics during batting practice. The Athletics gave particular attention to bunting. "Home-Run" Baker tried out the ranso of the righti field wall. One of his blows almost cleared the en- closure. The Boston batters hit wickedly in practice. Tom.Ilughes served up the balls, and a loyal aggregation from Boston put up loud shouts when Catch- er Gowdy drove tho ball into the left field stands. The Boston Braves were the first out on the diamond for field practice. Their work 'was sharp, clean-cut and brilliant. Mnranville was all over the midfield section, scooping grounders to his right and left, and making throws from every position. The crowd plauded him frenueutly. The Athletics went out for field practice at 1.45, and Connie Mack's infield was soon IB action. Reserved tlckets.nvere all taken and the double-decked, stands of the park on OpwdT's two-hagger to the leh to ngni noia wem, IOL i ,cr seats in me Jfcani. The.Boston rooters chofi- Whitted scored Schmidt's slashing had waited 10 Hours ...___t__ ,-nr.fn.it an 'eino-lf. ,1'hrnuirh Hnrrv. The Bost-on fn ed to flu echo towrty scored on Maranville's single .over second. The Boston hits were sharp and clean A double followed, Barry taking IDeal's grounder and tossed to Col- lins, forcmK MaranMlle Collins then threw Two tuns, two nits, no er.rors had a big wide ourye which he worked on tho eige of the plaita Mclnnos walk on four pitched bolls Mclitnes scored .when Sttunk's single went Uirouri Mnran's legs to the fence Stnink took third on the play, Barry fanned Strunk was out the plaU vhen EvriB took Schang's grounder and threw to Gowdy Maranvillo took Bender's growrier ami tbre'w to Dv- ers, forcing Sohang One run, one hit, one. error. THIRD INKING threw out Ru- volyh at first Moran could not see Bender's speed Oldring took Evers' hoiit No runs, no hits, no errors PHILADELPHIA-Murphj fanned Rudolph working him two slow ones 'single .through Barry. The Boston batting was terilflc, and Bender was recalled irom the box and re- placed him Gowd) walked, Itpbk Maranyille's smash, but threw late to catch 'Schmidt. .The bases .were 7iow filled with one out. A doublt plav ended the inning Baker took Deal's giounder and touched third, forcing Gowdy, and then threw .Deal out at first. Three three hits, r.o-errors It was the first time an Athletic pitcher has ever -been batted out of i-he box in a world's series. Coombs was taken out of; the hox three years ago in a game with the Giants, but it was by cause oi an iniurj Eight hits were made.of! Bender while ho was in the-hox. took- care' of Alurplvv 's slow roller and threw high the and titm a fast one struck oat, Budolph Oidring also working care- lully and delihetatoelv, Rudolph s slow kail bothering tbf Athletics not little Radolph threw out Collins at flrat base, rors No runs, no hits, no er- open Mclnues had recovered irom the in- I jurv to his hand and was back on base. Bnniier did not make bis, appoaraiuaj on the field until the At-h-i were when he began to warm up with Jack Lapp. Ku-' ilolpli and Whaling and Tyler and (Jowdy worked into condition m front 'of the lloston bench. Umpires j Dincen and Hildehraad contcricd with Captain Thomas of the Athletics and Captain .Evers oi the Bostoiiians re- garding the ground rules. Collins Gets Auto An automobile was presented to Eddie Collins before the game, in re- cognition of his being the most valu- able player to his club. The Umpires came upon the field at and they were promptly pho- tographed. ILL were later filled.- Many viewed from tem- porary stands erected on the roofs of houses that overlooked the backfield walls. The-daj-was ?wanii..'anp''one suited for Mst baseball. .rAn-insisteut sun The Rules of the Boxing Tournament ATHLETICS' PITCHER Peabodr, Mass., Oct. Davies, oae of the pitchers of the Phil a'delpkia Athletics, has been stricken with appendicitis, and must be operat- ed on immediately, according to in- formation received by relatives here tonight. Davies' hitting in the past two months-had been'so timely that lie was used In the outfield. ihe thai Mill govern Southern Alberta Anut-ur Tournament billed to take place here on the evening of Thanksgiving Daj at the Sherman theatre are those used in the Dominio held at Toronto, rn tne a competitor Boxing rujeSi or to stop a rou for mlimgmg und in the event of being knocked down, proudm, that the slopping of either DILLON SHADES FLYNN Kansas City, Oct. 10 fast rounds, .Tuck Dillon, heavyweight, of Indianapolis, last night, was awrded the decision over Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman. -The match was one hard hitting from tho outset, both men landing telling blows. JACK JOHNSON'S BOND OF FORFEITED Owing to- Finances of Bondsmen Gov- ernmen't Is Believed to Stand Poor Chance of Collecting Chicago, III., Oct. Judge Carpenter yesterday forfeited the 000 bond of Jack Johnson, :i negro prize fighter now in Europe. Johnson was supposed to have" 'been in court to bo 011 of vio- lating the Mann act. He was sentenc- ed to a year and a day in the peniten: tlary, but the Court of Appeals re manded'tlie case to the lower court for another sentence. Assistant District Attorney Albert L. Hopkins said the late" Matthew Baldwip, a real estate dealer'in Kvans- ton, arid Mrs. Tina Johnson, mother ot the pugilist, were on tho bond. Ac- cording to Mr. Hopkins, Bfild'wiri's es tate is insolvent. He told the court ihat he believed the government had a very poor opportunity of collecting on the bond. not' any oompefatoi game His slow balls coming low, but never touching Athletics'1 bats. Rudolph tossed Collins. No funs, no -hits, no errors. SEVENTH INNING now catching. TCii tlolph got an infield single Col- Una two feet Iron, the floor 2 Competitors to box m to Uo ml 2 Competitors to box m 1 fa3 m the event ci judges tion athletic costume, in ]nz out spikes, or in socks, and to use dolph got an infield single nhich Col- out spikes, or in socs, an o use, n T 1ms nas berelj able to knock doun .boxing gloves of not more than cignt, r8feree Baler took Moran's intended Bacrilice ounces m weight fi ........u to be ins nnal naber a iiiLbiiuuu and. threw to Barn, forcing Rudolph Evers struck out and Mrran stole Last Work Out of the Two Teams Philadelphia, Pa, Get pre parstlon for the opening game of the for the bueball championship of the -world, the Boston and Philadelphia Athletics practised today In. baJl parks that only five city'blookt apart, while thousands ofk persons In. tne downtou n district provided eicitement In their scramb ling and dofiance of the police while mining irlld eftortg to secure tickets for tke Dig sporting event Tonight there is not a rwerred seat ticket to be had here for any of the games acbeduled to be played on the Ameii- cm league grounds, except through speculators The of the present world's rhamplons aid the' Ttlanera the National league of mild character Nei- ther Connie Mack nor George Stall Ings permitted his men to do any ej- tended work The National leaguers spent more than two hours in the forenoon on the (rounds of the Philadelphia National league club, taking1 an easy workout The weather won damp, tain falling In light showers during a part of the morning, in. consequence of which .the Boston, manaser refused to let hfs men extend themseHeB Tyler the only member of the pitching staff to up. After the Tickets Demands for for the series nevir than this year The applications for renencd seats at Shibe purk were (our times greater than the capacity of the grandstands A certain number at tickets were held for priTifeged (nrioiis, and tho re- mainder on sale at the HIEIU oi wui-nu v T ticket "of a depMlment store tbn -Two hundred tlekels The line of parchwflrs Hoot- Tne line W purcnRsera at ncic tofin to Monday oi the H; and it was more than six bloUte long when the sale 'began. Mounted Polka Called In The line broke when the ticket of fice opened and the police had much difficulty la quieting the disorder in tho oiowded shopping district Mount policemen be used to scat- ter the cmwrt Hardly had the ticket office opened than speculators foegan to sell seats for the and IB above the reg illar prices Five and three dollar tic kets quickly sold out, and all the seats were disposed of earfj in the afternoon When the ticket office window closed there was still a lonj line on ihe street Enterprising householders homes border two sides of Shibe park are erecting stands on the roots of their homes These uilt seat about persons, and tickets am being sold at from 50 cents to each Rift In Relations Because Manager Alack would not ghe Ills permission for the Boston Brakes to jractice at Shibe park in th6 George Stallings, mana ger of the lioston team reported to have refused the Athletics1 manager's offer to use the park for practice at all' Mack offered Stilllrigs the use of the parlt-fof two h6urs'in the fore- noon, but the laiter desired to take i ncignij, MI Iks anu Snder Feathei, 122 Iks and undei Ughlv. eight, 13i and un der Hi Iks and under Mid- dle ani1 under 158 Iks no limit (Entrants are ev peeled to gne'or tale a pound or Y Yiiv athlete weighs m and then tails to compete, without an etcus- wtisfacton to Ihe Tourna mcnt Comm ttce, shall he suspended for 5 >ears The result shall be decided two judges with a referee V time shall be appointed 6 The number of the rounds ,to be contested shall be lour of tw o mm utcs IL to be announced The interval between each round to be one minute Ar round may be ordered bj fie mere; 11 a decision is impossible at the end oi the regular period competitions an> coni potitor falling come up when tune is calle.'l shall lose the bout: 8: ..Each, competitor shall be en- the assistance 01 second only, and no advice or coaching shall tc given to ant competitor hi his second, or by am other person dur mg the progress of any round 9 The manner of judging shall be as follows The two judges and ref- eree shall be stationed apart the cf each bout each judge shall urite the name of the competitor in his opinion, has uon, and hand .tbeisame to.the annoiinc- master .of. In CrtSs the agrw, tlie master of shall announce the name of the winner hut in cases where the pudges the master of cere- monies shall so Inform the referee, aalu iv MI; uiinnLiDiif" ,who slull thereupon himself doclde ment of worldii s'el'lei fof Bos jo The tercrec shall have poncr when the _ot dll-. sild to have inf6rmed StalWi wts impracticable'Ho, VaSt this re- quest, as ho had planned for the Ath letics to appear at Ihat hour The Boston management also said to be disfsatlsffed with tne allot- were turned over to dred tickets t0 his-casting, vote Royal k tv The decision of the judges or; as the case mav be, shall be, final 12. In all competitions the deci- sion shall It m favor oi the competitot who displays the best stile and obtains the greatest num of points The points shall be For attack, direct clean hits with knuckles of either hand, the lelt hand prefened, on any part of tin- irsnt .or, side oi the head or body aboie the tell (Science, piardiag, slinpmg, ducking, counter-hitting or getting awav iHimts are other- wise equal, t-ons deration to be given to the man who does the most ol the Icaftlng ofi H The referee mav disquahij a competitor who is hoxmg unlairh Dy licking or hitting with the open hs luttini; with the inside or tutt of the hand, the wrist or el hitting or catching hold of the waist, or hitting when down (one knee o one hand or both knoes on the butting with the head or shpUdcr, wrestlirg or roughng at the ropes, using offensive or scurri- lous language, or not obeving the otdert ol the referei, 11 'n the anj question arising, net proufled for in these rules, the referee to hare full power to decide such a inestion or interpre- fcatirn of n lr Snappy Manager of Boston Braves Says He Will Not Cuss His Play- ers Until They_Mest Athletics for Championship Boston. 'Mass., Oct. the Braves had routed the Cubs and had increased their lead in the National league race to the point of all but cer- tarnty, Stalliaga called his players about him for a heart to heart talk 'I said the manager of the Braves, "that I have called you fel- lowa a lot of hard names at various times during the seasons' All the players nodded. "I continued S tailings, "have said that fatbeads bone heads ivor> tops feather brains and other things of that sort." Again the players nodded, 'Well." said Stallings; "those names don't go ou're not of the things I've called you. I'm not going to use .us" of those names Then he paused and added, aftei some reflection; "At least not until the worlds series CARPET BALL C.O.F. Hooie Lodges Engig Reel Feature proving the-old adage, "A Fast Past NeYer Dies HEARST SELIG WEEKLY r Showing All the Latest .War N6W3 A Keal Laush Producer. Qreat Wasn't She Fat. MISS LILLIAN Queen ot Rag Time, -will sins 'Dancing ground Tonignt-EmpreBS McPhee. Bolo Vlotolst. He Never Found Out Widow Muggins' Wedding MAJESTIC THEATRE 2 DAYS STARTING M. 1 O MONDAY MATINEE 1 "The Show You All Know" e ow "VERSATILES" Third Consecuthe Thanksgmns Da> in ol the English Musical Comedy Company THANKSGIVING MATINEE AND NIGHT "SCOTTIE IN JAPAN" SURE FIRE SONG 24 TUESDAY NIGHT "THE CANADIAN (By Pojiular Request) PRICES 25, 50, 75o and 25c and Seats on tale at Kenny Allln Drug Co. "0% of the Season's Profits goes to, the War Fund Mil long haunt the meraoiy The hal- nnce of tonight's programme Includes dramis and comedies, all well up to the Starland btandaia, making a pro- gramme that will and dcjight ill who .ire fortunate enough to W less it The ever popular Starland orchestra, have arranged a special mus oal programme, whjch Inclufles all the iter and best musical hits of the sea DRINK A FAST NEVER DIES Empress Theatre promises Its patrons something unusual today and e e who before his marriage plajed with fast lite both trout the middle. After his marriage he reforms, but JNTO MiMBBLf" After his marriage ne rsiorins, AT 8TABLANO TONIGHT constantly meets his former asso- Bpb Leonard's famous and popular elates in his life of sin and degrada- _ 11 i T__1 TT_i j ii Iil0 vBfuaal fn nn.V tllRffi QUSIl adage that -'A fast onco more proven the Drmk HaDit tor years the world 4 h been ana utstandm n tor years IIIB wunuo s, Today there Is no longer a Place ul the efficient business uorld for tne drinking man But man cannot over- come the habit by desire or will- power ilone The source of Ing must ihe removed. The Neat Treatment neutralizes and eliminates