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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY.- HERALD Friday, October 10, OF RIVAL PITCHING STAFFS IN WORLD'S SKHIKS tn the Kelt cf the championship sertei the record! ol the GlinU' ind for the Mason will lie of special Interest to the Here they are: PHILADELPHIA TEAM'S PITCHERS Coombs Houcfc Btndcr Pcnnbck Both Plank Srown Shtwkey BordmJn Bohen Merkle, 1st b. Demaree, p. Marquard, p ssxsGrinl NEW YORK TEAM'S PITCHERS. Early With Bender in the Box Philadelphia Established Lead-Score was 6-0 in Sixth and hi Next Two Innings Giants Touched Up Bender t for 5 Relieved Hit Homer Score by innings: R. II. E.? New York 000 000 5 S Philadelphia ti Totals for McLean ID tilth. for Wilson In ninth, (or Bomaree In fifth, for Siarquard in ninth. 9 0 Park Philadelphia, Pa-, Oct. .and kept tte ball on the corcers of 10.-The Athlrtle.. champioas cl Ihc _ tte Plate. oj. to erf tte bailers not a little. Struak Philadelphia Murphy, r.f. O'tdrins. i-i- Collins, M b. AS R K tO A E 5 0 4- hounced a bit olt Hereog's leg. Mo- Lean almost caught Struok of! first f, r' 7 bv a quick throw to Harry Mclnnls, 1st b. singled to'lrit, Strunk "took third. Stnink, c-f. Ween Pchaffr threiv to catch Strunl: B's..... at third, Barry went to Tbe Schanr, c..... NEW waited, Bea- upon "and with a lusilaiie of sh hits five rims ovtr the plate. -Bendtr held tte to. hits in. the first six innings, vvas found freelj'. nd then home run and Shafer's It was a luciy hit lor Strunl out on z sacrifice. _ featured the New York an error. Mclnnis scored on Ba: hitting. cjrctis catch by Oldring long.two-haEger'to left. Barry claim- tekle interfered v.-ith him ___ Philadelphia' 1; pitcher, _.. ____________ der pitching four wide halls struck'6jU, by Bender 5 to MerWe. Demaree used a cession. McLean got "a la pas'ied balls, McLean bail on the outside of the plate. ire and Murray rcent to Coop- itime, 2.09; umpites.-at plate Ejan, Merkle dropped -Bacrr's foul alte .1 goiid run. Official scorer gave it ?r ran ior McLean. Schang "aladost 6ase5 niera. lelt Held .Conneliy, rlgh t as. caught Cooper napping oS first with Rigler.'' jrv's a-snap throw. JlerVle lanced. Sc-1 1 13 I- cut off a rui (or New York. Tte that Jtekle .interfered v.-ith him Vthkiics1 defense was perfect. Drst baie, but the Vthlkics have now. won three claim, .was cot. allowed. Schan; via 1 ConnicV batted for Demaree. No runs, one hit, no" errors. l double steal. BaVer'dropped Scij PHILADELPHIA The defense to catch-Buins when work o! the fifth jouhle steal was.'niade..- Burns Mirquard Math'ewson Tttrciu Hei'mv......2 Wilde......16 Fromme......34 ;.M Schiuer 2 Scjvjpp......4 UNRULY CROWD AT SHIBE PARK THE PRELIMINARY DOPE Philadelphia, Oct. Manager McGraw has Demaree, but Philip Pnrt 1 npltJiFr'mRTifltfflr hnq Hvpn flnr inllmfl- substitutes in Mclrfan and bad ankle suffercil no fur- ther injury in yesleruaj-'s game, nr.d he is eipeeted to play. CROWDS ON ROOFS As a result of tlie over-crowding o( tho roofs- of reiildences torderlns Bbibo Park on two slJes, while Wed- nesday's gamo was on, the chief ol the bureau of building bUpervisIOM served notice on the property owners warning them that such cron'dlng was dangorquB, and that the owners u-onM e held strictly reeponalbie for any accident that might occur. It is not lellovcd, however, lhat this will to any great extent Jetor the house-hold- ers from again packing their roofi wllo spectators-today. were lively times around. Sbibe Pat! in'the early morning' hours. Mori than lans we're tn line at stvea o'clock when the night police 'detail was shifted to "the day squad. While the change was being made th.e police I6i a: time lost- control .arid there werV-fr'M fight's in several places and G t hew son wii New Yort. FIRST INNINGS NEW YOItK-rSnodgrass went out on a pop fiy'to Haier. Doyle was an .'easy, out and Barry thren- NEW YORK-Deraarce filed out to the very low for HaVfr, threw j out on a No EIGHTH. INNINGS west o about the park for positions in the men pulltd weaker ones out of their places, holes and boards we're thrown and there was a gener- al, mix-np when full de'tail ol po- lice restored order. At o'clock tbc police estimated that persons were waiting for the neither "manager has given anr Inllma- tlbn who would he iised. "Tbe res-jit of- yesterday's game bore-'oul'my claim that we bad young pitchers who could be compared to any ot the Giants' said Manager Mack." course, a club that is equipped with hitters does not have to depend EC much on good pitching to First to .Collins.was The seconi pitch'CollIris fo'Jl- td' off.' Oldring- was out at tie plate when took Collins1 grounder threw to McLean, who touched the runner as he slid into the Collins stole second when Demaiee held the ball for a minute. Utraarec then threw to Merile, whose thtov was too" late to catch .Collins at L-. at second.. Baker out on a high.Io.ul to.Schafer. No runs, one hit, no er- rois. SECOND INNINGS NEW woikcJ catc- fully and slowly. He had good speed gates to open, weithe'i despite threatening Sfiibe Park is situated in the resi- wln. "Mstheivson .twirled a wonderful gams against KS, bnt I do not think one pitcher" can -win a world's series. BUSH WAS. DISAPPOINTED "The other- pitchers in our younger set are just as' eager to ehow in tho series, Busli was actually disappoint- ed because he bed a. three-run TROUBLE OVER TICKETS New York, Oct. n. Foster, secretary-, ot the New York National baseball club, was to appear before the grand Jury today to tell what, it anything, be knows about the opera- tions of speculators in the wo-rlrt's series. He was served with a subpoena last nfghL Mr. Foster was quoted early in the week as saying- that more than one ticket hod reached the hands of spec- ulators through attaches of the dis- ilct attorney's office and other city Itpartmehts. He subsequently repudiated the tn- erview, but District Attorney Wiit- nan Is determined to make' ftn Ju- cstlsaUoh. dentiai part oi the citv, two store- when ha went In the box yesterday. hDUSss tottoingoa the-Istl and ri5hV'Anyone coul.rt-win this kind of a. field sides of the grounds. Many] said. That's tho Knd ot ma- cpnipiilnts' were made to the polks iterial I bave on the pitching Btnff. It's oi Ihi stealing ot .milt, 1 cart'do to .keep .them on tho papers' and doormats from the front; bench." rj.oor steps .ol the houses, but the-po- Manager McGraw appeared not at lice-were- unable to determine who Jail dismayed, and declared his men am'oDgitjie big crowd were the ql-jhad Just begun'to fight Mnthowson ennei's. The police picked up more probably would be ready lo" pilch ag- Ihan-lwo dozen'of the mats they Jain in Xew York tomorrow, and is CUBS BEAT WHITE 30X Tbo Chicago Cubs defented thfl White So.v yesterday by a" score of 6 lo 5, In the second game ot .tflo city- champSoiishlp eerics. Tho standing IB one game apiece, Tbo score-ahd bat- 69 3 AmericariE 511 'J Yaughan and Archer; Clcotte antl Benso and Schalk. Xo hits, no 'eirors. FOUHTM W. made vigor- bus objection v.hfn Umpire Egan uu.......... arr___ ed a strike on him. Fletcher .Hied with'his'lfaT out" Murray. Two" runs out to Collins. Burns popped up a fly. to Bater. Her.dcr appeared to have more smoke; than during hi.s former game against the-G ants. He broke his curves around the knees and thea shot the last shoulder high across tte plate. Schafer fanned for the' second tlin'e. Kchalti angrily Ibrew his bat toward the bench. No turvs, r.o hits, no errors. PIUbADELl'lllA-Doylc threw out iog. Doyle teat the air .viciously'on B'jros' double to left. Burns scor- went out on strikes. Fletcher pd on Schafer's three-base' hit to ".e to the plalc and joi'nsly mid: 'right. The Giants aie.hitting to htl Umnire Bran on" the ly. Reader appears txt. te tiring. Col- -r-i cl'thc head with his.iTat. threw out Murr'a] er out on a fly to StrunV. Xo three hits, no no hits, r-.o errors. pHILADKLI'HlA-Birry (lied out PHILADELPHIA Doyle tossjj J to Murray. Schang Bender out Murphy. O'.drins sliyck out, to Murrayv.- Schang AVilson tiircw him out at first. Col- forced at second when Doyle w toot ..THE YOUTHFUL CHAMPION OF THE.WORLD I out 1 no hits, no errors. SEVENTH INNINGS' XKW scratched an was the Oiahts1 third it ol the game. Pchafer fiic'd out to -oliins. Murray to left, I'urns going to second. struck out runs, lurphy's .grounder and j' after Hurns and Murray executed a lond. No runs, no eriors. NIN'TII INNINGS NEW Crandall battinj: lot Wilson. Collins threw, ouV Craridsll." Merkle filed out to Murphy.- Grant batting lor Grant fouled out to Sctiang. No tuns, no bits, no ound In-the posszsston o! waiting but no arrests- were made as the "authorities coiild not.prove they were stolen. The mats were taken to a police station to await identifica- tion by-the'owners. Two fruit stands on gt.rpel corners near the grounds were .-broken open during the' night and raided. BOTH DETERMINED Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. one team determined to even up the scries, and. the other anxious to im- prove the advantage won yesterday, thft-Nen- York Glanta and the Fhlladel- rhia'Athletics were prepared today to hardest for the fourth likely'to be opposed by one ot Mack's youngsters, in caso Bender was Mack's choice today. WHO WOl, GIANT BE! It is believed by many that Mc- Graw would depend upon lead his team to victory, although .Mar- quard, who was taken out of the game later pithing he innings in the open- ng ootcst in- New York, was Bald lo :nnriou3 lo redeem himself, and may be given an opportunity. "Chief" Meyers, the Giants' star catcher, whose finger .was :split dnr- ST. LOUIS NATIONALS WIN In thoir series for tho city cham- pionship of St I.OU.IB, tho National caguerfi yesterday defeated the Am- erican leagiie team, 1 to 0. The score and batteries: Nationals 1 1 0 Americans v 4 1 Bailee and Wlngo; Weyman" and Agnew. Frincli Oulrr.ef the wonderful young golfer who defeated Ray thii cracki In tht for the world'i champlonthlp (raokllnt. Ouimll a jormer cVddy and lives In the State of Mav said to have no at ail and never showed the bit 6f nervoutnsts during the whole: tournament me In's series baseball arnpionshlp. Now thit two of the New Tork tchera met defeat at the hands the Athletics, Philadelphia fans :l more comfortable, and were con- dent that the home team Would (rl- mph The victory -.yesterday Bush, Connie Mack's youtiiful twirl- j' over the veteran Tesreau, haa easiirably increased the optlmiftm of ,e Athletic adherents as .to the re- ult o fthe series. ANOTHBn HIO TimONG .Last' evening another big throng athercd at ShlbD Park to wall in line I) night for the bleacher gates lo pen. There was even larger rd than that "which waited for Vedb'eauay'8 perhaps, lo le Improvement In the weather. Many of the Athletics' adherents bc- levec) .that would be the l'lohJng choice of the Ble- hants' manager, and felt that he biild be equally as ptKzIln? to tlic Olanl batlers as was icsterday. Jcnd'or, however, anxious to go In and trierf WAS itrong posslhilltr lhat ils wish might bo gratified. The'AthlellcB have now faced the plkhlnjr of MalhOTiBon, Marriuard, nian and three of vhom are.the pick of York's'twirling staff, while tbo Giants have hatted ag- Bender, Flank and Bush, Each of the ['hlladelphla pitchers finished fils gamo wlthrxit of Ihe >Jew Yorl< rnounrlsmcn, only Mat- heivitm, winner of tho wonderful fen- inning victory agalnsl Plank, com- plofe.d a garat. _ Manager Mack' has ant tntm wbllt here on WeilnoEday, was nol'ln conrlltlon to tate.up hjs duties hehlnd'the tat but MoGraw PITTSBURO EVENS UP Pitleburg .evened .up matters with Cleveland In their inter-league [cam series, winning 5 lo 0 yesterday. The score and batteries: C S i .570 ..MitcheH-nnr) Kahlcr; Culloji and Carlsch, Adams and Simon. Cleveland Pittshurg KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IN A CLAM BY II wrpsisci all olhcrs in quality anrj flavour because the piocett by which it is made differs from is deli- ciously tweet and norviirilating. COLD EVERYWHCHE: 10c A PLUO ROCK CITY TOBACCO Munufacturers, QUEBEC ;