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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'age THE LETnr.RTDGE DAILY ITEHALD TOE W tj vy YV dsiy, Odobw H, WON GAM ALL rNE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Boston's Star Pitcher Had Foe at His Mercy at Polo Grounds While Tesreau was1 Unsteady and, was Relieved by Ames Late in the Garae BOSTON jHEK-YORK 010, 00 -0-0 V'OOO d American 'leasue pennant, winners j Snoilgrass, JlTady lauped.. One run, one r .Fletcher.. Siahl stone -second. Wanner; as excited unprecedented intcresE' in i hit, no errors. jgroundeii out to Merkle, -Stahl going New York, Oct. uncer-j Wood to Stahl. Xo runs, no hits, no tainty faced the Giants-and Red Sox j errors. TVVTVP as. they returned to the polo grounds ;SbCOM> INMNU today with "honors even, prepared for j tripled to centre their1-' fourth 'game in the struggle field TcGceV Gaunter scored oil a wild for the world's baseball championship.; pitch. Stahl Hied to Doyle. The close match in this most Sc'nsa-j new York pitchers now warming up tional of contests, between National} in the back field. Wagner h'ied to and lias. the outcome. As a result there was Xeiv fanned on three to third. Stahl scored on Cady s every indication that given even meas-j pitched halls, Merkle singled to right, single to left. Wood flied to Hurray, iirably fair conditions, a record crowd Merkie stole second, out, One run, one hit, no errors. would be on bund. This morning, j Yerkes to' Stahl, Mcrklc- taking New out, Yerkes to nowever, there were HOE more than 2UU t iliett to Lewis. Xo runs, one i.Stahl. Knotgrass ianned. M-ooTs the gates. Intermitteut showers hit, no errors. 'curves were bewildering and his speed THIRD IXNIXG i Murray also Eauned. No runs, hits, no errors. singled to right, ,_ Hooper walked on four wide ones.! FIFTH IXNIXG Ycrkes forced Wood at third, Tcs-1 Hooper IHeti out to Jlur- reau to Herzog. .Speaker Doyle ray. Yerkes singled to left. Speaker to Merkle, Hooper going to third. Yerkes at second, to Yerkes tossed Lewis out, Fletcher to Doyle. Speaker out stealm Giants' Star Tw triers Xeiv out, Wood to Stahi. Tesri'iiu slriiek out. Dcvore out, lo iSo runs, no t.ts, L no errors, t FOURTH. iNXIN'GS j walked. Tesreau appears to be very unsteady. Stahl '_ forced Gardner at second, Tcsrrau to starting shortly before midnight to- gether '.vith the lesson of Tuesday, an all night vigil was not an ab- solute essemialto the pre-empting of a Beat, kept the night line down. Probable pitching selections were much discussed as always. The logic of the situation pointed to -McGnuv's coming back with Tesreau Stahl was. expected to encounter aguiii with Wood, unless ho felr that the speedy twirler h-.ul had insufllclent rest and try Hall or Bedient ;is it start- er. Crandall was the reserve man in prospect on the New York shle if Tesreau weankened or showed Eigiis: of caving iu. Boston's contingent of rooters came over not a whit less confident because of yesterday's defeat. The break of The game in a hit of unfortunate coach- ing and a remarkable catch at ;i cru- cial point had gone against them, they argued. With the possible exception of Speak er ami his lameness, has had no ap- parent effect, on his playing, the men of both teams wt-re In fine form for the renewal of the struggle, the rival managers declared today. There waa none too long rest for any of the nlay- however, for their train was late in arriving from Boston and it began to look as if the strain of the nightly switch from one city lo another miyut begin to tell if the series was pro- longed. Heroes have sprung from the games already played. Over in Boston, Wood the redoubtable Speaker and Gard- ner together with ..Manager Jake Stahl are idols. .Vew York fans today had a crop to worship, chief among them were Herzosj and Murray and Devote Fletcher too, the unfortunate victim of over anxiety, which led to costly error-making in the first two battles, had redeemed himself by bril- liant work at the hat and in the Held in the last Boston encounter. .Marquiird's development into si fac- tor in liie series was a source of much sr.tist'jicfion 10 locr.l fany. Betting on thc series went t.o even as a result of the Giants' victory. Today for the first time tiie saries opened. Giants buckerri. were noi. asking odrls. The Nationa! Commission did not decide to play the same until a few inimues heforr noon, Umpire O'lAittujhlin rcportrd whiie the plnViiit; field very fcOiisry iiaiue coiild tic piayed if no ir.ore rain iill. Ten ihoiisand ians v.'aitc.'l for hours until lliu gates were opcm-d m a line that extended for many Uuc'i.s irom linish Stadium. j There was a wild veil from tl-c crowd wiien the jvates .swunj: upon ami the lower grand stand am! back field beirun ;11. Batteries and aiiv went, lichiiid Hr i piate, Vent to leff liold, Klvm to right lield and the base line. j Merkle. No runs, one hit, no errors. The Red Sox Heavers Meyers to Doyle. No runs, one1 hit, no errors. New out, Wagner to Stahl, singled to right. Mey- ers struck out, Fletcher out, Wagner to a nifc play by Wagner. No i runs, onLvhit, no errors. i struck out.' Gardner fouled out to Ilcrzog. Stahl struck I Nsw out. No hits; no rurs, no i-rrors. !pjtrher: New singled to left., Devore heat out an infield hit. Doyle Christy ilied to Yerkes. Snodgrass forced Do-i vote at second, Yerlies to Waiiner.' reau, and Rube Marqusrd. Snodgrass was out on -Muuray's i j______________________ smash Yerkes threw to Wag- ner. No runs, no hits, no errors. SEYKXTH INNtNG- fanned, t'ady ulso i struck out. Oi the last five men to met; Tesreau four have been retired via the strike-out route. Wood lied to Murray. No runs, no hits, no er- rors. York Giant's best string of Commencing from Mathewson, Charlie H. Tes- PLAYERS OF WINNING CLUB WILL MAKE FINE HAUL Nov.- sog singled past Vvagfier. Meyers (Uedi The world's series records for at- to Speaker. scored oh Flcfch-; ami receipts ami consequent- er's double to right. ,r fyi. UiL1 piayers' ui thu mon- ting for Tesreau. 'Fletcher out at the are practjcaiiy certain lo he trok- I plate McGormicK's ju lhc preRlilt; scrics of ircmcs. Tim j trrounder-.iind tlirev l-o UadvvOncTun, for the first 3 games three hits, no errors. of tnc serics is a rcrord, be- EIGHTH INNING jlig as compared with now pitcliiiig for New- !Jil ]nKt year.' The total attendance York, Hooper popped to Flet'-'lier. for the three games, however, falls Fletcher threw out Ycrkes. Speaker short of the record for three games doubled to left. Lewis out, Fletcher hist year ay about to Merkle. No runs, one hit, no cr-; Thr' figures are this year last season. Iu the three New out, Wagner to irnmes alrcadv played oft, the present j Ktahl. Doyle (lied to Hooper. Snod- series, players still share in i grass was safe on Wai.tier's error. sixty per cent, to the winners i singled to centre, Snodgrass am! -iO tentf to tV.c losers. This I held at second. Merkle fanned. No1 compares for the entire runs, one hit, one error. [share last year. The fourth piinie of NINTH INNTNO j the serirs to jjlnyed in New York singled to centre, is tlw: last in winch ihc players are i Stalil sacrificed, Ames to Merkle. entitled to share in tii? receipts. Of- and walked licials connected with the business second, taking These October days an Overcoat" Style and value a Fit-Reform Overcoat." We have the lightweights that are the right weights. All the new a splendid variety of new effects. Always glad to show them to you. McKELVIE McGUIRE. THE BOX SCORE New York Devore, If..... Doyle, 2d b..... c f -Murray, r t" Jlerkle, 1st b Herzcg, Sri b Meyers, c...... Fletcher, s s Tesreau, p xMcCormick Ames, p........ AB R H PO A E 4 0 1 200 300 4 (I 1 S 0 0 412210 400511 401360 0 0 0 20102 10100 00001 Totals..........35 1 9 27 12 t x.McConmi-k batted for Tesreau in seventh. Boston Hooper, r f Yerkes. -d b Speaker, c C Lewis, If.. Gardner, 3d 'b Stahl, Wagner, s s Cady, c Wood, p...... AB R H PO A B 401100 0 0 0 0 310000 4 0 1 10 0 0 402020 TO TALK WINTER SPORTS TONIGHT Commodore has called ;i meeting of the Leth- bridge Aquatic association for this evening, nt S o'clock, at T. C. Rkluath's store. Winter Ejioi'ts at the litke will he the topic. All interested are re- to he present. ATHLETICS WINNING THE QUAKER CITY CHAMPIONSHIP LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Grain prices on Uio niarkot show a udvaiu'L', two aud Ihroo cents, OH (ho tiLi'ttiiKth of improvud crop conditions. The market wiso rc'iimins No. 1 Northern.......... Xo. 2 Northern.......... No. ;l Norlhem........ Nil. -1.................. 0.59 No. 0.50 Xo. 1 Alliorla Hcii........ .7 Alberta Red........ No. I! Alberta lied........ O.M No. -1 Alberta, Hod........ '1.58 No. f> Alberta Red........ 0.4H Urau, uer ton............ 21.00 Shorts, per ton............ 23.00 Oats, per ton. sucked 20.00 Hollod Oats 27.00 Butter and CQflH: Dairy butter............., Creamery butter 0.35 Eggs, fresh Q.35 New potatoes, per Scots, per Ib......'. Carrots, por Ib.............0.02 Turnips, per Ib...............0.01 Onions, per Ib.......................02 to .04 Cattle on rioof; per pound .05 Jj Cows, per pound.................. drcssud, per pound .10 Steers, dressed, pur Ib......... O.U Sheep: Live, per cwt. 5.09 Dressed, per 11.09 HOQS: Drossed. per Ib............- 0.51 Uve, per Ib.....................0.03 FRIDAY'S 'GRAIN PRICES AVinnipeK, Oct. opening and closing prices today were: ODOII 9 Hi Totals........32 3 8 27 13 1 Summary: Two base hits, Fletcher. Speaker; 3-base hits, Gardner; lifts oft" Tesreau. 2ru-as and 5 hits in 24 times nt oat in 7 innings; off Ames, 1 run and 3 hits in S times at bat In 2 linings; sacrifice hits, Ycrkes, Stnhl; stol-en bases, Jlerkle, Stahl; double play, Fletcher to Merkle; left on bases Boston 7, Xevr York 7; first base on balls, oft' Tesrcau 2, off Ames 1; flrst base on errors, New York 1; struck out by Tosreau 5. by Wood S; wild pitch, Tesreau. Time 2.0C. Umpires plate, Rigler: on bases O'Lough- lin; left Held, Evans and right field Klein. Philadelphia, Oct. Phila- delphia American league baseball team made it three out of four in thc, j local series hy wiisniji; from tlfli National league team in aj well played game today by a score of 4 to 3. the American first base- [inan, scored two runs and had a dou- Ible and a single oft the delivery of Earl Moore, who started pitching (or j I the Phillies. Seaton relieved iSIoore j t in thc seventh inning and Brown, wlio started for the Athletics, was succeeded hv Bender in the .fourth. Hooper singled over srcrmd, Ynrkes sacrificed but was safe wliPn Meyers threw wild to second, trying to catch Hooper. Speaker hi! into a double play, Fletcher to Doyle .to t Merkle, Mtiopcr taking tl-inl Lewis out, Fletcher to Merkle. Xc runs, onn i hit, one error. New Dcvorn struck out, lloylr Amt-s r.or. f'ady forced r.t: Fletcher to Gardner third. Gardner scored and I'ariy look third on Vi'nnd's single to rialH, Hooper Hied to S.nmisirass. One run, tuo hit-s, no errors. Ne-.v Hied to Spouk-! Witil Cloiitor at VftrRltr> nillinston er. Mt'vers fouled to Cady: Fletcher at UcGW and "Cc-meller at Ottawa t popped" u> Siulil. Xo no hits, no: college then: is sure to be somw yrc-at errors, i Punting in the east this season. STAHL HAS A BUNCH WELL-BEHAVED PLAYERS cud ill ilii- conUMiilins say that the mcinhiT. oi t'lic winning t-lub Imie about each. Last year till1 I'liiladclnliia Atliletics received each. WINCHESTER OOK FOR THE 5Hf W Boston Red Sox's ;hree best pitch- from Wood, Charlie single to left, Bnoilgrass forced Doyle crSt nt second, Gardner to Yerfcrs, Snod- j Krass was caught napping at first, Hall and Ray Collins, Rifle and Pistol Cartridges Winchester cartridges adapted to Winchester rifles arc made so aa to get tlie best possible results out of them. As the equipment. organir.i- M tiotl and are employed in making all Winchester cartridgea, thc natural consequence Js'that Winchester cartridges tjivc the best results in nil fircRrms. Winchester cartridges arc made in calibers and sizes for nil riflea, revolvers and pistole. De sure to scl: for thr. Red W Brand. Fortunately for Stahl, he lias o tribe of Avell-hehiLvetl athletes, every one a elean-cttt chap, and he does not have to rule the sijuacl like a .ezjir. Instead, they are giving quite a hit of freedom in the road, and do not pen themselves in ttleir hotel rooms cou- tinualln. Hov.'ever, ihey what is expect- ed of them, appreciate the chance fore them, too, nn-.i no far not one has drawn so much as a tiny fine. Playing a steady game, one which is ijTobably a world's record for a com- plete season, the Hoston Red Sox this 1912 pennant. From April to the time they hud the pennant cluchcJ their longest losing ijtreak has been three games. It sot-ma, too, that the entire com- bination at Kostoti has been ftxtrw.-.ely lucky this season. Here is Jim Mc- Alecr maliinjr his how as a club presi- dent and stockholder, too, after serv- itlS as Hau Johnson1'} secretary 'for years, and .Take Stahl returning to the diamond after turning a Jeffries re- tirement. QUEEN'S GIVEN DISPUTED GAME WHICH CAUSED ROW LAST SATURDAY Kingston, Ont., Oct. Rug'by .team lias received word that Refere.e Forbes, of McGill, has declar- ed the game at Ottawa last Saturday in Queen's favor, a score of 20 to 11. Y. M. C. A. CORALLING HOCKEY PLAYERS October November Deoamber Oats- October 10 November December October 100 November US L'ecember Closing Cauh Prices 1 Northern No. Northern Xo. 3 Northern No. -1 No. S No. (i Feed Winter Wheat- No. 1 No. 3 No. No. 4 No. 2 C. W No. :i C. W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley No. S No. 4 Rejected Feed No. 1 N. W Minneapolis Wheat Open December May Si-1% Chicago Wheat December May ST'.i July 9J Close 92 90% 14S HO C'loso DURNAN NOT CONSIDERED FORMIDABLE FOR BARRY Opinion In Old Country Against Can- adian in Sculling Event The Y. II. C. A. is wasting no time iu preparing for the 1 o e e o 1 e Ph c I Instructor (iiimore has (iuit.e a of players pledged, .to IprJ nomtl nt London, Oct. tile sculling match for the world's championship, between Eddie Dui-nau, of Toronto, the challenger, and r'rnefjt Barry, now but a t'eiv days luvny, tile rnee ueinj; set for Monday, intcrsst nloni! the waterside in gruwlng mo're keen, tii 11 t tl c p r q ee tl it d c 11 e 1 sc 1 this Unman n i lever fitter. Both I ti e to dl 1 lie gor ho b tl a C n 1 1 I i ol tl I 0 ere i 1 r I 1 i c ST. LOUIS NATIONALS WIN at..Louis, Oct. single, followed by Evans' single and Sloval's error in the eighth inning, gave the St. Louis National league club thc second game of the inter-league series for the city championship with the lo- cal American league learn here this aftei noou, by a score to li. ;