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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTTTimTDGR DA 11 Ar 1IEKAL1 ThniHiluyOdolw JMH2 NEW YORK BOSTON ARE NOW EVEN MARKETS OCAL AND WORLDS FOREMOST EVENTS MARQUARD PITCHED GIANTS TO VICTORY IN A CLO Yesterdays Replay Captured by National League Champions by Score of 2 to Boston Shut Out Until Last Innings NEW 010 01000027 I Following a Eight of which extended into the early morning the Giants and Bed Sol prepared today to play ptt thesecond game of their series lor the Worlds baseball Yesterdays nip and tuck struggle through eleven which ended in a tie at sis to as darkness brought the contest again to Fenway The scoreol the series today Btood Red game one tied game one Prospects for playing today were dubious until au hour or two after Then the sun shone brightly on the raindrenched The rain failed to dampen the ardor of a small number of shel tered by boards and newspa kept at the bleachj er gates throughout the des pite the occasional One man who saw yesterdays saiil been away from the grounds In hours only long enough to get Occasional Showars The official forecaster predicted oc casional showers during the but said unofficially he thought they not be heavy enough to make the field unfit for Either be cause of the or because the nov elty of the worlds series of baseball had worn the crowd today was and gathered more slowly than that of There was much uncertainty over the reserve seat tickets for The Boston club had sold single tickets for three numbered two and Yesterday check number ono was Today was called game num and it was announced that the next game in Boston would be game number Regarding the tickets sold inNew York for the sec ond game in that which was to have been played it was said at the local offices that these tickets would he good threatened Showers during the night had ou the Sox said they had met Mat hewsou without and that the great pitcher could not recuperate sufficiently to causo them any fur ther Batteries Announced and Carrigan New aud went behind the bat Idem to the bases Rigier went to right field and OLoughlm went to First Inning New after having three balls and two strikes called on Doyle flied out to Speaker it was an attempt at the THE BOX SCORE York r f 2rt b c I 1 I 1st b b c 5 s p Boston r f lid b c f 1st b s s c sEagle c p p RECEIPTS OF THE WORLDS SERIES National Commissions figures for tho attendance awl at to days are asfollows Total jmid 14S total each clubs Nation al Commissions gle filed to nail struck Hooper took abase on It was first base on balls given Mar Ierkes went Jlerzog Ip No no no Ninth New now pitching for with the Herzog hit by pitched lleraog out Oady 2 o past Speaker made i a hrllliaut catch of Kletchers long 1 and then doubles Meyers en a Hue throw to No no high fly to Lewis an infield Lewis scored ou Gardners dou Gardner out wlieu Marguard took StahPs and threw to Herzog who touched the Boston runner be fore he could reach the Hen ricksen ran Henricksen made when Fletcher took Wag ners threw wild to I Wagner stele Cady flied io One two one The official scorer rilled that the er ror in the ninth should be given to who dropped the throw whicli appeared to be SMOKE OF THE BATTLE YESTERDAYS GAME Totals xBattcd fro Carrigan in xBatted for Carrigan xxxRan for Stahl in Score by innings SPEAKER LIVED UP TO HIS GREATREPHTATION When Boston Terror Came to Bat Giants Out field Moved but Not Far For He Hit One of Mathewsons Shoots To the Fence and Tied Score YESTERDAYS GAME WAS A THRILLER second contest in tho but New of the worlds series between the BosYork was not to be deniedand when ton leaguers and tun New Lewis dropped Snoclgrass oven York Nationals today Vent H in Ing the 8th they started a nings to a tie scoreof 0 to when hatting bee that caused Manager darkness put an end to the battle Stahl to hurry Hall to Collins re that kept spectators the Three runs already over edge oi the keenest throughout eVeiy will he played over tomorrow at Ken wick With one victory registered for the Ked Manager Mcliraw sent out Mathewsons drop curves savagely his star to securq and coupled with an error by Fletch thc second game for the er the tiemg run was sent over the Mathewson had been rested for Then camo the exciting tenth two weeks win the lirsl ganrt he i with Merkles hit ami Speakers LETHBHIDCSE Tho local market today remains yeBtovdayK quotations Btlll pre vail l Northern y i Northern Mfl 1 Alberta Alberta Red i Alberta Red I Alberta Red fi Alhertn Ml per per per aanlted Rolled Oatg Butter and Dairy Creamery butter 86 O35 Vegetable Hew per QOfc per per excitcinent the plate on an a single and The contest doubles which gave them one AFTER MATTYS DROPS The Giants had their lead but a moment later Hie lied Sox attacked but tonight the still gloated over Ihci hit aud run Devore was out Gardner hits O two runs in six times at bat in eight innings off 1 hit Would Like Postponement McGraw and in common with nearly all their ready to greet the announcement of a postponement with Darkness ended yesterday an ex hausting and one particu larly hard on the New Yor fcas two pitehers Tvho need a Tes who was knocked from the hos in the opening series in New York last and who finished yesterdays under a se vere physical Matty said today was the hard eat game I ever went cer tainly felt all in when it was Manager Stahl also had a pitching problem to With one game tuck ed safely Boston had used Carrigan to De vore was six Feet off the Snodgrass flied to No one no flied out to Fletch Maniuard has good speed an fast breaking Yerkes struck The crowd cheered Speaker ae he came to the Speaker Doyle to No no no Second Inning New doubled to Merkle and was O Brien to Murray went to third on the Murray scored on Her zogs sacrifice fly to whose throw to the plate failed to catch the fleet New Meyers Gard ner to One one no er sent a hot single to Muniuard tried to catch Lew is off and appeared to but it was not allowed by the Gardner llerzog to Lewis on Stahl flied out to Wagner srruek No oue no Third Inning New took his base on OBrien was and could not control his moist Mar guard OBrien to De vore iined to No no no sent up a hijrh which Meyers OBrien struck being unable to gauge Mar quards fast Hooper struck and the crowd gave Marquard a as he went to the Giants No no no Fourth Inning New went Yerkes to The crowd Murray a great cheer as he came to the Murray OBrien to Stahi on a Merkle went OBrien to OBrien fielded Merkles puzzling grounder No no no popped out to Plet FLETCHER FEELS BADLY Fletcher was brokenhearted tonight I over his poor game at shortstop ioi New Two 01 his three errors jwere and aided materially in the making of runs for the Red when he scored on a sacrifice the fading light it was difficult PLAY r one victory and no game with the dreaded Mathewson won out with a hard pitched eleven innings tie game the Red Sox middle field furnished the dramatic climax iu the contest where fortune played fickle favor with first one and then the other THEY ARE TIE In the ninth found the Red Sox and the Giants locked in a tie score ot 5 to The Red Sox left Col had been driven from the hoS in the eighth inning by a shower and Hall had been to re lieve Merkle smashed out a threebagger in the tenth inning and the home club host was in gloom In for the Red Sox to follow the course of I Sox mighty smash to the centre field Boston rf 2b cf 3b ss c p p i AB It H PO A E 3 0 1 3 2 2 0 2 2 10 0 5 0 0 0 Wagner starred at shortstop Mnthesvsons big and New York felt Yerkes had turn ed back to the benches and the big and no runs in three times at bat in accepting ten chances and exI one Sacrifice esduting a brilliant plaj in the ninth j lootcdto Samiice on J he dead tun he The trio Fie grounder with his Speaker to gloved hand turned and with a ter rify snot that Stahl took j and nailed Fletcher at I Stolen Left on New York Boston First foase ou off O Brien off Marquard First base on Boston Hit by Bedient Struck out by Marquard by OBrien Evans on right IMglev left of Giants outer gardeners moved fur ther Mathewson wound up and sent a fast inshoot up to the piate a wicved swing and the lirsE SOME BASE STEALING There was an unusual Ijit or base running in the game for a world ser j ball hurling iar over Hectors head in Speaker rounded then second and raced to The ball caromed the back ience and Becker seized ifc and threw to Shai who momentarily niggled ies live bags being Ot ypcaker hesitated at then sped these Hooper stole two ami Stahl or the plate and slid under Catcher while Snodgrass and Herzog each beat four pitchers in two Hall j The crowd laughed ns the and Bedient successively the bo Marquard was regarded as the best available pitcher for New Base ball sharps were of the same opinion Giants outfielders backed out to the fence as Speaker came Speaker singled sharply to Speaker ran with a limp to first Tho crowd cheer in first base and the bases are With three balls and two strikes call ed on the crowd was in a ferment of Saodgrass flied to Lewis and the suspense was over for One two STARRED who juggled Shafers relay That tied the score and the i crowd went To make sure that i he had touched the plate Speaker re Hooper for the Sox bad a 5eld turned and tnuclied the plate a sec New if 2b c c ss ss p 14 0 10 33 14 1 AB R H PO A E per per THURSDAYS GRAIN PRICES 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 1 IS in Alber da Wheat I May 0 40 3il 20 40t 364 351 Cash prices Totals for Meyers hi Score by New York 010 100 030 II 5 30 1 Summary off Collins 3 and 3 runs in 30 times at bat iu 7 13 inn oil Hall 2 hits and 3 runs in 9 times bat iu 2 23 off ient no hits and no runs In one time at bat in one inning sacrifice Gardner sacrifice Atc Cormici stolen Hooper Her He knocked out three stole ond time before Wilson recovered the two scored one run and ered in three Hies in Red Sox tans were not loathe to New Tork 9 Boston 0 first base on Murray and llcrzog were heavy hit night io give the Giants credit for a ters for the Slurray duplicatgame The Bostons took the in the first inning and scored Snodgrass double j Fletcher to Ilerzog left on off Hall oK Bedient 1 lirst base on New York Boston game at second tor New ray made a dazzling onehand catc of Wagners after first misjudging Carrigan Maniuard to No one no Sixth Inning New Boston fans ap plauded Murray for his catch as be went to the Murray put up n high which Lewis took after a hard Merkle was a strikeout vic Herzos Wngner to No no no sent over three land the tickets originally sold for and OBrien went back to j Fridays game will no good tomot Dcyte took Hoopers fly after The tickets sold in New York lor fourth Boston tallied another in the fourth Boston tallied 1 leCt field right field fice fly MATHEWSOX IN FORM Mathewsons control was Red iSox rooters marehine into the j v v he did not issue a base ou balls and fanned four Doyle playeda scin t A 5 S Feed Winter 1 I Oats 2 a c 1 Feet 1 2 Feed Barley 4 Rejected Feed Flax 1 Minneapolis Slav grounds behind a brass band playing a lively REPLAY AT BOSTON With todays game a the next contest will be played bere tomorrow RAH RAH BOYS THERE The rah of the local sup porters oi the American league cham pions echoed back and forth as the home team took the a hard run1 into right Yerkes j the Eama scheduled there on Thiirs siugled over Speaker put up day will be good high which Meyers one no Seventh Inning New struck No i played thereon JOHNNY TALKS We have stopped the Red Sox Fletcher was thrown Gardner home said Manager Stahl Maniuards pitching was reccgjMcGraw and the team is nizcil by the who gave him a very well have shown UMPIRE RULING Umpire Silk OLoughlin announced for the game to be that a ball that went into the snvall stand that extended along the left field bank would count tor a two base hit and a drive into tho in the centre and right field would go for a home great haml as he came to the I that the Giants were game and gameness is going to count a great deal more before the series is Marquard Stahl to no no get up and cheered for the lucky seventh for Fletcher STAHLS STATEMENT The Red Sox have always felt primed to pitch in the third game of the hut it had been cxpecten that the game would he played in New no Fifth Inning New down and it was McOraws object to the left field bring Marquard into the box before a Brion to Herzos went to home The Giant southpav Ilerzoi needs sympathetic surroundings to bo at his and seme followers of thr j mils throw being little Mar he Same thought Mequard walked as OBrien became un lold Marquard for the settled over Now Yorks Bed scored on Fletchers single to Fletcher stole Carri Graw would hole next game in New and send oither Crandall or Wfltse to the Sun Out A warm sun and a breeze at noon dispelled the clouds whkh hnd lent warming Marquard wag forc ed at when took De vores grounder and to the fence for a home saved Marciuards wild pitch by a fino catch behind the Wagner sent up a fly to one must nave tired no Eighth Inning Xew got a hit to le TICKETS CAME HIGH Moston handled the big crowd with out With the exception of a few hare spots in the outfield 6ver Clardners Dryle filed to wat wns talicll Tickets Irotighu SiMXIgraas singled to tle price oi three vore went to tiled to dollars for the grand PITCHERS A Manager having electetl to send in Hay to do the thfc niakenj of the Giants batting order was in doubt until the visiting players ac tually took at tiie QUESTIONS ANSWERED OH WORLDS SERIES Chicago The Herald has been asked to ans wer the following Questions by a Pur ple Springs to decide a bet Have Hasten and New York play ed In a worlds scries Did Joe Wood aiad Wray Collins pitch in last series Ctiants refused meet the Red1 Sox in and there was no worldii Neither team were champloris in they in a pottseascin the Red Sox winning four games to In Joe Wood defeated by In game Wray Collins doesnU decide Please use information for that May July 59 4 97 84 per to Citttle on tne HOOT per pound 05fc per pound per pound par Gheip per por mar ket opoucil 3 to 1J lower this morn ing though there were gains from the close ivas not ap proacluiii during trading What ever uiiwsincss exists in European grain contres was not reflected in The though active was not a repetition of yosr terdays Light snowfall is re ported cit many hut the weather is Open Close 81J 90J SOS S7 SBJ 8H II1J 365 34 IAS 111 87 1 821L 73 11 B3 5S ill 881 87 S so 92J flfij CHICAGOS WHEAT MARKET GLASGOW CUP FINAL beating Par tick Thistles by three goals to nil Glasgow Hangers will meet Celtic in the final of the Glasgow Cup next LANGFORD GOT DECISION Snodyrass was forced at sec when Wagner took Merkles j THE STAKTING CEREMONY Kronnder and threw 10 Xoj Tllcrc was jusl as wrrmony Fletcher took Do1 two no i in the game today as there vore stolo Fletcher held on Knlo went to bat for Car was in New York with Doyle was purposely passed to I kill tviU bar tcr Enj tllc added pi several hundred McVey Claimed But It Was Not Allowed the American was given the ATHLETICS TUT IT OVER THE PHIL NATIONALS NEW TWIRLER FflOM THE WEST PITCHED FOR TO VICTORY The Philadel phia American team won their second game in the local interleague series here today defeat ing the Philadelphia en the a score of i to decision today over Sam of youns Oregon twirl pit In the eleventh round of the McVcy claimed a This Was not and he to to ched for sentit Look possession of the wheat trade as a result cf the govhc eminent crop Advices that ce the planted acreage in Argentine had been enlarged ten per counted also against the bull Longs tet free The opening was U December started at aet 02 to a loss of to and fell to re In as in cEher the nsl ing influence came through the gov eminent and tended to depress f the December started X to s at 32 to and sas1 BERGTAYLOR BOUT Spokane Wrestler and Local Man to Grapple for The conclusion cf Jhe DryFarming Congress will see a wrestling uont or 1 cme class staged John and Jack of local are soing to meet in a goioa finish two in three A purso a of which oacu purse i which ear pnrly has already put up the bal ance to bo up before the The ariiclcK nf agreement call for the t wolsh nor more than 175 three hits were off while Taylor may weigh any mcrs pitched asteady for the 1 thing that he The dale oH but tho Is tho evening of the ;