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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915 T H E L E T H B R r D G E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE GARDNER SCORED ON FOSTER'S HIT IN NINTH AND BOSTON WINS Second Game Worlds Series FIRST INNINGS up. Hall 1. The ball was then returned liy Umpire Higlcr to 1'residcitt .Wilson. Hooper protested on the .second strike, cluim- the ball was Hooper walked, Slayer's curves breaking wide o[ thu' plats. Scott fouled out to Ludccus, trying to bunt. Speaker up.'. .Mayer tried to pick off llooper at first In pitching a wide ball, but Hooper outguessed him and .stayed on first. Speaker shot a terrific finer to right for a base, alter having three balls and tsvo strikes, Hooper goini; to j (bird. Speaker was out stealinp; oud, Hums to Niclmft, but on the I return throw to tl.e plate Hums dropped the ball and Hooper safe, scoring Ucston's first run. Hob-! singled to centre. Lewis up was out stealing, Burns to NieholT. One run, 2 hits, i error. I'll ILA DELPHI Scout threw out Stock at first, making a nice .stop behind the pitcher. Bancroft fanned. Pasxert was out, Hoblitzel and Har-p ry to Foster, the ball bounciiiK offj on play. NieholT lined a fly liohlitzcl's leg and Harry made it t0 Hoblitzel. Burns fanned. One run, BILL CARRIGAN Catcher and manager of the Bos- ton Reil Sox wlio_wlll the world's championship series '.this year. quick play on it, getting the runner. No runs, no hits, no errors. SECOND INNINGS up. Umpire ler went over to the Boston's bench two bits, no errors. SIXTH INNINGS bopped out to Bancroft. Hoblitzel cut to Nie- liofl. Lewis fanned, biting on a wide _ I10II. LiCWla li curve No runs, no bits, no errors. away. Lewis fanned, Mayer's under-] tossed out lmud bull baffling tlic Boston bats-' .'_.... i Mavei1 Barry tossed out Stock, tak- man. Gardner singled over Bancroft s, alrav back on thc head. Harry up atiomrteu the .hit singlcd j0 tre Speaker made a nice play ou the ball and almost'.caught Bancroft, who overran the hag. Gardner threw out Paskert. No runs, one hit, and run; play hut foiled the ball. Barry struelc out. Mayer threw out Thomas, the Philadelphia pitcher knocking down a hot line drive to make the play. No runs, one hit, no j errors "iTulADEU'HIA _ The erowd i SEVENTH INNINGS shouted to Cravath for a home run, BOSTON Gardner flittl out hut he struck out, missing a high Whitted. Barry singled sharply fast one for his third strike. Foster felt field. Thomas forced Barry had a bushel uf.-speed and a quick second, .Mayer to Bancroft to drop Lu.-lcrus also'struck out. Scott hoff. Foster singlcd to. left, Thomas threw out Whitted at first. No runs, going to ran co ho errors. to to at Nie- Both Teams had Confidence Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. -ContUl- cnue, stimulated by frultK of victory in the initial for the baseball Biipromucy of the world, was apparent in the calm) of .the Philadelphia Na- tionals today, nud when they entered the second game of the big series, it was with a determination to make It two straight. Their worthy opponents, Boston altnouyli defeated, lem- 'porarlly at least, were undismayed, and were eijually determined to even matters. Weather conditions today were grnat'iy improved, and tlie playing Held was in excellent shape. A bril- liant sum which shone from a cloud- mine the iiitohlng selections, espe cially on tho part 'of Moran. Chalm ors, the1 Phillies' bis right-hander, was lotjltod .upon as the most likely candl date in case of warm weather, hut if as the weather man iiredicls, there if ii pcrcepliiiie change, the duties ma; devolve on Mayer or Rixey. For UK Ucd Sox. olther Foster or Leonard wi'i probably do the twirling. Boston Favored A'il.hougli the Phillies have one game to their credit, what little hct ting there is on the series still favors, tile Boston team. Very few wagers have been placed, and those that t been made were for the most par small amounts. There seems to bi plenty of Boston money, but would-bi less sky, the greater part of Friday, j bettors are re'iuctant to give odds ami the brisk nortliwesteily 3 to H and i> to 3 demanded by Phlla blew throughout the night, had delpliia backers. Several wagers are combined to dry the rain-soaked laid at these figures on the result oi ground, making possible a fast and snappy contest. The weather man promised continued fair weather to- day, and said that it might bo cooler. There was considerable speculation before the game as to who the oppos- ing; today's game, however. News that nearly 700 bleachers seats remained unoccupied during ye contest, because fans had de spaired 'of getting admittance, ci ed thousands to ttock to the grounds managers would send to the mound. It generally was conceded ed demand for one dollar seats. that the same catchers, Cady for Bos- The presence of President Wilson, ton and -Burns for Philadelphia, would be behind the bat; but weather condi- tions, it was believed, would deter- who was to throw out the first bal also increased the demand for admis- sion. President Wilson at Game INNINGS struck out, Burns dropping the: fanned. Scott! Thomas. Hooper scratched an infield hit, filling the bases. Hcnricksen bat- ted for-Scott. Henricksen popped out to Luderus. No runs, three hits, no errors. went" in ......_______ ...._ ________ to catch. Janvrin took Scott's place to the ball players, and then at short. Cravath fanned on three pitched balls. Luderus fiied out to nits, no hits, ho errors. to Luricrus, Burns third strike. Hooper Tanned. Slayer was given a big hand as he walked to the home bench. No runs, no hits, no errors. fanned. was .out. Hohlitzel to Foster. Mayer got a good hand as he came :to the plate, but was a victim of strikes. .It was Foster's fifth strike- out. During the innings he kept the hall on the inside corner of the plate. No runs, no hi-ts, no errors. FOURTH. INNINGS flisil out to Ban- croft. Hoblitzel out to Luderus un- assisted. Lewis got a single over Bgcond which Niehoff' was just able -to knock down. Lewis- outguessed on a pitch out foul Gardner out on a fly. to Ithe foul line to make the catch. No "runs, one hit, no errors.1. stands now started to chear to rattle Foster. Stock out on a short fly to Speaker, who made the catch. Bancroft was i Gardner singled to '.eft field. Barry j out Hoblitzel to Foster. Paskert out; up. poui strike 1, foul strike 2, ball Barry (lied out to Pasket. Janvriii up. Ball 1, foul strike 1, Janvrin out, Mayer to-Luderus 'ron.a close play. Gardner went'to second. Fos- ter up.' Ball 1. Gardner scored on Foster's single to centre, Foster went Pa., Oct. Burns were announced as the bat- teries for Philadelphia. Foster and Thomas were announc- ed as the batteries for Hoston. Umpire Rigler gives the decisions on balls and strikes; Kyaiis the base Jecisions; white Umpire O'Unighlin goes to left field, and Umpire Klein to field. At 2 o'clock the President and his party had not arrived, and the urn- tires held up'the play until they could reach the park. Meanwhile the play- ers of both clubs grouped themselves back of the photographers to welcome President -WKson. President Arrives President Wilson, with Mrs. Nor- man Gait and their party arrived at 2.05 o'clock, and took their places in the Presidential box. The crowd rose and cheered, and President Wilson -EIGHTH INNINGS was out, Luder- us to Mayer. HolUtzc'l flied out- to Cravath. Bancroft threw out Lewis at first. Bancroft speared the nail with his gloved hand, as it was hounding over second -base and then made a line throw to first. It was a startling play. No runs, no hits, no errors. PHILADELPHIA-G-ardner threw stril-p 'out Niehoff. Another brilliant play, n_ntKai- another runs, no Gardner cutting off died out to Speaker, hits, no.errors. NINTH "INNINGS up. Foul .strike strike 2, ball ball 2, ball sliooU hands with Mayor Blanken- berg. on a long fly to Hooper. Not a made off Foster in the last No runs, no hits, no er- FIFTH INNINGS Stock to Lu- __________0.____________________ "derus. It was a smart stop by Stock, t0 second on the plate. had been 4 innings rors. and President -Wilson, clapped hands.. THonias went out, Stock Luderus. Foster got a. double against right field fence after having thiO3 balls and two strikes.! It was the first extra .base hit of the series. Hooper walked. He was purposely passed. 'Scofct flied No hit, no "errors. Hooper up. Foul strike 1, foul strike 2, ball 1, ball 2: ball'3. "Ho'opcr fan- lied.' One run. -two errors. The band played i'the Star-Spangled Banner and the President and. the crowd up with heads bared, while the players in the their caps. Balkan Collapse Due to Unusual Diplomatic Failure London, Oct. Balkan col- lapse" declares the Daily Mail edi- torially, "is the result of a series of diplomatic failures such as have rnre- l.y. been, recorded in the history of any country." The newspaper, says that in Con- stantinople the British ambassador, Sir Louis Mallett, who was appoint- ed in 1013, had no knowledge oi Turvojr or of the Turkish and "The position of this embassy was Torthv of 'Alice in did anyof hisfchfeo President Wilson and Mrs. Gait were given a continuous ovation. Pre- sident Baker of the Philadelphia club officially welcomed President Wilson, who was then given a new ball to throw out to the players. Meanwhile the Phillies took their positions on the TENNIS CHAMPIONS ENLIST Edmonton, Alta.. Oct. m on ton amateur athletic circles are giving up two of their best tennis players, in L. B. Yule and L. McKnight, who have been offered commissions in the 5Gth Battalion, C.E.F. Major Flint, also of Edmon- ton, is connected with this reg- iment. Messrs. T.ule and McKnight, hcli the ten-is championship of Alberta at doubles, and are members .of ,the Patricia Square.'Teunis club. Messrs. Yule .'and. McKnight, who are principals of King Ed-, ward, and McCauley schools, respectively, have applied for leave of absence from K. ot P. vs. Gait Gardens. S. 0. E. vs. Moose." 2 pm., Dominion Bowling alleys. Public are wel- come. O LAWN BOWLING ON THE HOLIDAY There will be .-lawn bowling on1 Thanksgiving Day at the Gardj __ greens. Two greens will be prepared and made Into condition to join in a friendly game. All those in- terested are. requested to be. on BO as the neceuMfy? draws can be made, and the games' be finished before 5 o'clock. Thli' will be the last chance to play bowls this open event, with no entrance fees and no Bring along your bowls and afternoon's sport. The entire population ot Switzer- landlcpuld be housed in the residency es in London. We Are Still In The Ring! AND' GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. L MacDooald 'GUNSMITH INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agtnt. 402 Mh Strut Itiith. Ford Runabout Price Touring Car Add freight to theie Your neighbour drives one, why don't you ;