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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPqi^ |>AILY HEKALI) YORK AND BOSTON ARE NOW EVEN RECEIPTS OP THE ? WORLD'S SERIES � PITCHED GIANTS TO VICTORY IN A CLOSE GAME Boston, Oct. n.-The Nntioival Com.ml8Blon'8 figures for tho nttemlnncc and receipts at today's game, are ns follows: Total paid attendance. 30,-US; toul .refcolpts. �68,36y; Players', share, 131,519.21); each ? club's sharo,.$10,60G.4'J; NatJon- ? nl Coramlasloh'B' share, 15,830,- ? 00. , . : . *>?� � � Yesterdays Replay Captured by National League Champions by Score of 2 to 1- Boston Shut Out Until Last Innings NEW YORK..... 010 010 000 - 2 7 1 BOSTON.......000 000 001 - 1 7 0 Bo�ton, Mass., Oct. 10.-Following a tolght of rain, which extended Into the early morndog hours, the Giants and Red Sfes w�re prepared today to play oft the second game ot their series lor the World's baseball championship. Yesterday's nip and tuck struggle through eleven innings. wlUch ended in a tie at six to six, as darkness tell, brought the contest again to Fenway Fwk. The score ot tho series today �tood: Red Sox-One game won, one tied; Wants-One game lost, one tied. Prospects for playing today were dubious until an hour or two after sunrise. Then the aun shone brightly on the rain-drenched grounds. The rain tailed to dampen tbe ardor ot a small number of fans, who, shel-t*jred by boxes, boards and newspapers, kept thSlr .places at the bleacher gates throughout the night, despite the occasional downpour. One man who saw yesterday's game, said he'had been away from the grounds In thirty^l.m hours only long enough to get shaved. Occasional Showers The official forecaster predicted oc-ca.siona! showers during the day, but said unofficially he thought they would not be heavy enough to make the field unfit tor playing. Either because of the rain, or because the novelty ot tho world's series ot baseball had worn off, the crowd today was smaller, and gathered more slowly than that of yesterday. There was much uncertainty over the reserve eeat tickets for today. Tho Boston club had sold single tickets for three Eames, numbered one, two and three. Yesterday check number one was punched. Today was called game num �b�r two, ajid It was announced that the next game in Boston would be same number three. Regarding the ' ticltets sold In New York for the second game in that city, which -was to have been played today, It was said at the local offices that these tickets TV'ould be good tomorrow. Would Like Postponement Managers McGraw and StaHJ, In common with nearly all their players, were ready to greet the announcement cf a postponement with satisfaction. Darkness ended yesterday an exhausting struggle, and one jiartlcu-larly bard on the pitchers. New Yor has two pitchers who need a rest. Tes-i;eau, who was knocked from the bo.\ in tho opening .seHes in New York last Tuesday, and Mathowson, who finished yesterday's game, under a severe physical strain. Matty said today: "It was the hardest game I ever went through. I cer- tainly felt 'all in' when it was over.' Jlanager SUlil also had a pitching problem to solve. With one game tucked safeily away, Boston had used up four pitchers In two days, Collins, Hall and Bedlent figuring successively In the box yesterday. Marquard was regarded as tho beat available pitcher for New York. Dase-liall Bharp� 'were of the samo opinion regarding "Buck" O'Brien, of Iho Red Sox. These were the probable pitch-lug selections for today. Each of these two men had been primed to pitch In the third game ot the aeries, but It had been cfpectoc". that the game would,ibo played in Now York, and it ^yas McQraw's object to bring Marcjuard Into tho box before a hotne crowd. The Giant southpaw needs sympathetic surroundhigs to he at Wb best, and some followers of thr foJlowerg of th� game thought McGraw would bold Marquard tor the next game In New! Yprk, and send Oither 0 Fletcher, s s .. .. 3 0 1 0 1 0 Marquard, p .. .. 1 0 0 3 o 0 _ Totals........... t) 1 27 9 1 Boston Hooper, r f...... 3 0 0 1 0 0 Yerkes, 'Mb .. .. 4 0 1 3 1 0 Speaker, c f .. .. 4 0 1 3 1 Lewis, it....... 4 1 >> 4 0 0 Gardner, ;M b .. .. 3 0 1 0 2 0 Stahl. 1st b .. ..  . 0 o 11 1 0 Wagner, s s..... 4 ' 0 0 1 3 0 Carrlgan, c...... 2 0 0 ;{ 1 0 xEugle ..... .. .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cady, c........ I 0 0 0 1 0 O'Brien, p .. .. .. 2 0 0 1 5 0 xxBall.......... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bsdleiit, p...... 0 0 0 0 0 xxxHendrlckson ... 0 0 0 0 0 1 gle filed to Murray, nail struck out. Hooper took a base on balls. It was f.w first base on balls given by Marquard. YerkM went out, Herzog to Merkle. No runs, no hits, no errors. Ninth Inning New York-Bediout now pitching for Boston, with Cady behind the bat. Herzog hit by pitche Merkle, lb........ 5 Herzog, 3b........ Meyers, c ........ ^ WlLson, c ----0 Fletcher, ss ...... Shafer, Bs ......... ^ Mathewson, 9 ^ McCormloU ..... 0 10 .".3 AB R H PO 4 110 T 2 0 0 3 3 1 18 ;f 2 LETHBRIOGE MARKKTS Tho local market tioday remains quiot, yesterdny's quotations still pre-vnlllMg. No. I Nortluu-n ........................ SO.fi? No 2 Northern ........................ 0.(15 No. 3 Northern ........................ 0.(12 No. 4 No. ,5 No. i. No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 0.57 0.4H Alberta Red.................. 0.8fi Alberta Red .................. O.IH Alberta 5lci� .................. *>Gt Alberta Red .................. U!"'*'' Alberta Red .................. Ol" Bran, per ton............ 21.00 Short!, per ton.......... 28.00 Oats, per ton, sacked 2�.00 Rolled Oat? .........27.00 Butttr and Bggar Dairy butter.......... 0.30 t^reamerj' butter ................... '5 feggs, fresh ...........................,..... iu MM Ccwi, per pound .....^ ...........i .05 Cows, dressed, per pound...... Steers, dressed, p�r lb........� O.ll Bheilp: Llvu P�r cwt. ... ,m 80* Dreivied. por owt. .. .. .,�, �� �� U.M Hogi Is: Dr�twed, p�r lb.........>-... O.U Live, per lb.....................0.01 THI'J'RSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man,, Oct. 10.-The market opened 5 to 1} lower this morning and though there were gains from yestcrda.y'.s the close was not ap-proachtnl during trading hours. Whatever uiii�a.siness exists in European grain c sutrcs was not rcfiectcd in America. The market, though active enough, was not a repetition ot yes-, terday's (lurry. Light snowfall is reported sii, many western points, bu^ in Albcrba the weather is fine. Wheat- - Oct........... Nov........ Dec.......... May ......., Oat.s- , , Oct.......... 0 I Nov.......... 11 Dec.......... 0 i Klax- 0 i Oct.......... ' Nov.......... Dec.......... Open 91| 8ns 87 !)U 'UH ,364 1 ,r,o 1,18 Casli m-ices HOOPEP^ STARRED Hooper for the J-Jed Sox had a field turned and touched the plate a day. flc knocked out three hits, stole ond time hcfore Wilson recovered the two bases, scored one run and gath- ball, ered in three files in the-outfield. , Red Sox faiis were not loathe to-Murray and llcr/.og were heavy hit- night to give the Giants credit for a ters for the Giants. Murray duplicat- game light. The Boston's took the ed his telling work of yesterday with jump in the first inning and scored the stick by hammering out a single, three runs by batting, but tlie Gi-a double and a triple, Herzog also ants, undismayed, and by peppering garnered a single, a two-bagger and away at Collins' delivery picked up a 1 son 4, by Bedient 1; time, 2,38; um-a three bagger, and sent up a sacri-/"" 'i the .second and another in the P'''�a. at plate O'Loughlln, on bases fourth inning, Boston tallied another ' J^l8l�r, laft field Klem, right Held in the fourth inning. Boston tallied i Evans. Totals........40 G .11 33 20 5 *Batted for Meyers in ninth. Score by Innings- New York ..010 100 030 10-0 \1 5 Boston......,300 010 010 10-K 10 I Summary; Hits, off Collins 3and 3 runs in 30 times at bat In 7 1-3 innings, oft Hall 2 hits and 3 runs in 9 times 'Ut bat In 2 2-3 luning.s, oft Bed-4 lent no hits and no runs In one time at bnt m one inning; sacrifice hit, Gardner; sacrllloe tly, Herzog, Mc-Corraick; stolen baSes, Hooper 2, Herzog, Stiihl, Snodgrass; double play, Plefcchoc to Herzog; left on bases. New York 9, Boston C; first base on balls, off Hall f. off Bedient 1; first base on errors, New York 1, Boston 3; hit by pitcher, Bedient, Snodgrass; etruck oiit, by CoIUub B, by CVlathew ficB fiy opportunely. MATHEWSON IN FORM Mathewson's control was perfect. Wheat-No. 1 .Vor......... No. 2 Nor-........ No. Z Nor. ........ No. ! .................. No. 5 ..........,...... No. e ..........�...... Feed .................. Winter Whc� t- No. 1................. No. 2.................. No. ii.................. No. .1 ................. Oats-No. 2 V. W. ,.i..... No. 3 c; W......... Ex. No. 1 Fee* .. No. 1 Feed ......... No. 2 Feed.......... Barlev- No. H ............. No. A ..J.......... Rejected ......... _.. Feed............... ^. Flax-No. 1 N. W.....4., ho rii,! ;c,,, ' I, , '11 """j Ks'l rooters marching into the tilUUing game at second" tor New 1 " " "'^ _ ' York. REPLAY AT BOSTON With today'.s game a tie, the next contest will be played here tomorrow and the tickets originally sold tor Friday's game will he good tomor-o\v. The tickets sold in New York for the game scheduled there on Thursday will he good tor the game to be played there on Friday. JOHNNY TALKS "We have stopped the Red Sox on their home grounds," said Manager McGraw toiiiglit, "and the team is very well satisfied. Wo have shown that tho Giants were game and that gamcness is going to count a great deal mote before ihe series Is over." STAHL'S STATEMENT "Tho Red Sox Jrave always fell tliat Mathewson was the one man they had to bent," said Manager Stahl tonight. "I think today's ^'ame while it did not end in a victory, shows that wc can hit tho New Yorker, IIi,s work today must have tired him out.'! RAH RAH BOYS THERE The rah, rah, rah of the local supporters ot tho American league champions echoed back and forth as the home team took the field. TICKETS CAME HIGH Boston handled tho big crowd Without trouble. With the exception 0/ a few hare spots in the outilcld) stands, every seat was taken. Tickets 'Iroughb three times, tho ro,?ular price of three dollars tor the grand stand, THE STARTING CEREMONY 'I'hcre was just as much ceremony in startipg tlio game today as there wan in New Yoi;l( yesterday, with the added tea,lin'e',,p� acveral hundred UMPIRE RULING Umpire Silk O'Loughlin announcetl that a ball that went into the sm-all temporary stand that extended along the left field bank would count tor a two base hit and a drive into tho stand.s, in the centre and right field would go for a home run. PITCHERS A SECRET IManager .Jake Stahl, having elected to send in Ray Collins, a left-hander, to do the 4.wirling, thb make-up of the Giants' batting order was in douht until tiie visiting players actually took thcir( turns at tho hat. GLASGOW CUP Fir4Al. Cilnsgow, Oct. 9.-By beating P.ar-tlok Thistles by three goals to nil today, Glasgow Rangers will meet Celtic In tho final of the Gliwgow Cup next Saturday, LANOFORO GOT DECISION McVey Clalmad Foul, But It Was Not Allowed Perth, Oct, 10,-Sam L�Jigtord, the American heavyweight, whb given the decision today over Sam MoVey, of California, In the eleventh round of tho Mght, McVey claimed a foul. This was not allowed, and he rBfu�sd to continue. >*>*?�> r> � "S- � . ngs wece free sellers. The opening was % to %(g)% down. Deceni'ber started at 92Va to �2.>4, a loss ot >/i:@% to %&% and fell to 92%. In oats, as In other cereals, the ruling influence camc through the government report,' and tendwl to deprosn the market. December stArted to % off, at 32% to 32!^and sagged to 32%@%. he ho !oet' I aei' .rid BERG-TAYLOR BOUT Spokane Wrestler and Local Mun to Grapple for $1,000 The conclusion of tho Dry-'Farmdng-Congress will see a wrosMIng bout of some class staged hero. John Barg, of Spokane, and ,Tack Taylor, of local tamo, are going to moot in a go-to-a-flnlBh bout, two In three falls, A purse up, >B00 a side, of 'which each purse up, J5500 a side, of which each party has already put up ?250, the balance to ibe put up before the match. Tho articles of agreement, call for Borg to weigh not more than 175 pcunds, while Taylor may weigh an.v-thing tluit he pleases. The date ot tho bout la tho evening of the 25tU. ;