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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ft THE LETHBKIIX.E DAILY HERALD Satm-flay, -October E BY 3101 Mathewson Pitched Fine Game for New York but Rival Veteran Plank Did Even Better; He Let Giants Down With but Two Hits--An Immense Crowd Saw Game Score by inuiugs: J, R. Philadelphia .........102 000 New York...... 000 010 IL fi o KOUHTH INXIXOS Barry. Murrar look Sevang's [short flv alter a good run. Fletcher Polo Grounds, New York, Oct. ,Tho fhlladelvftia AtMelic, pennant Dinners pf the American league, are World champions of 1S13. _ By- defeating the Sew York Giants Icaujht Plank's flv at secoad. by a score ot 3 to 1 today, the Alh-'jroas, no bits, no errors. UtieS captured their fourth victory ol went out on tlie serie'i- 1 three straight strikes, Plaek wcrVed The National' league peinant win-' the corners o! the plate and had fine _ r.ert wra one same. Plant's marvel- j !o-j'js pjtcblng today, .when he.held the Giants; lo two hits, makes him the pitching of the world series. On' .on the Philadelphia in sifut" out the Gia'nfs fur niao innings, only to. lose the. contest is :Yae tenth. .Tbe Athletics' lett- tsader was never in hetter form, his cross-Bre clanding the Giants on their heads.-. rntlffed a pop a double-play In the haveJEODe rcoreiess game. Hitnewsbn also pitched superb bail ol speed-. out to Mcln- nis, unassisted. Fletcher flied cut to Strunk. Xo rues, no hits, no errors. 'FIFTH INNINGS threw out ;yurphr at first! Doyle also care oi grounder and had him an easy put at first. Collins out oa a fly-to Shaler. No runs, no hits, no crro'rs. Mathewsqn pitched serfn tails to retire' in" the fifth iontng. -r NEW.YOUK-Hlurns1 line (lied to Mclnnis. It was a.'hard smash but Mclnnfs only Bad to move a step'lo that the Giants aud meet U. walked. He was The box acote: E. Murphy, rf OldriJg, If...... Collins, :b Baker, 3b Mclnnis, Ib Strunk cf Barry, ss Schang c Plani p Total's York Jlerzog, 3b Doyle, 2b Fletcher, BS Burns, hafer, cf Murray rf v., McLean c- Merkle, MathewBon, n AB H H PO A E The V. 51. P. A; bowling league drew up.a schedule of games on-Thursday ntght, which-promises to make things hum on the "t" alleyi for the neit seven weeks or more. Seven teams j series" are entered In the league, and the won games will'be played each night untlj ht Ka'-j a toss uj .30 3 6 27 13 1 t thir3 innings. 'After tV.. same, Manager McG-raw hurried over to tie Athletics' bench and congratulated Connie Mack. Philadelphia rooters swarmed down upon .the .diamond, and bore quick, throw. dropped Murray's pop'-fly and Kch'afer .went to second. It was a bad error, lor VIank had an easy double play in sight. Scfcaier scored ,03. Hcl-can's-single .to left. Murray being'held at second. A dou- hie. play eaded whea Col- lins tojk Merkle'rv Erounder arid ihlcw the field on their should era." thouaind law to. Barry, forcing McLean at second, The crowd gaye bis'cSeer T.hen .Vattj- walked out to'the'burling hill. Murphy singled oii the first ball pitched; Fletcher us- ing barely able to reach it with his ungloved bind. Murphy wag forced at second, when Matty took Oldring's "nunV and iosseo ir'to rleicnei. Matty made anlc e play on ball. Collins ib'bt a single to right, Oldring tailing third. Oldring scored when Burns. caught Baker's sacrifice fly. ..-Burn's made a wild throw to the pUle.'-'th'o. lull going over McLean's heaa.'v I'ns went to second on the wild-heave. Herzoz.took Mcloois' smash threw to Doyle, who touched-put COS; lins. One run, two one .error NEW '..first' pitch' .was a.ball knee high. After, tiro halls strikes, were Plank. and Cpllins held a conference Ini'lblvr'itcher's box. H'erzpg oaten a fiyj.'o-Morpb.r. cooly as to con- cerVe his energyl JJoyle out, Barrj" to -.'Clfpjante. on a lljhtnlhs fleldlc; play, ftv'rhlcb. Barry took the ball on the hshljd pitcher's on a long fly. which Old- took npELr the fence. .Vp runs, no erroTS. SSCOSU rtXSIXGS tossed out Striinli at first. '.Matty's drop curre vw In.fine woTklng'order. Barry out high fly for the In series Sobing got an Infield single, which bounded pff Matty's glove. Plank jppped pal lo Henog. Ko runs, one hit, no NEW made a com- to Uropirp Klem tiat Plank was thlftfo; bis feiit' from the jlafe whllo ir.iVlng his deliveries. Klein appsr- cs'.'.r.d'.d r.ot sustain He claim. Bak- er threw out Burns jl first.- Baker's throw nearly drew Mclnnis from the 1 nag. Shafer touted put to Jlclnnls', vhp the ball leaning over the of tie- grand stand. Murray out by Plank at lint No rani, no hid, no errors. THIRD INNINGS got his to left, the bill litlween Fletcher and -Doyle made an error on Old- hot grounder. Murphy wett to .Montf. CoBtns out, when Merkle look j Barry complEtcd the double hy throwingout- SlPtkle at.flrst. One.iiai, oae hit, one error. SIXTH INNING shot a lin- er to right for a single; McLean threw out it was a sacri- fice bunt; Doyle threw out. Strunfc, Baker going to third; Fletcher threw out Barry, nt first- made a had L made a -beau- tiful one hit, no singled' to qufckly follow- ed took He nog's ground- tvv.'Collins'-the'n' threw out Ilerzog; a.ibl liner when Murphy picked Toff the! concrete Wail.' -No runs, one SEVENTH 1XNING struck out; Dcyle threw out Plank who made no attempt to run to first; Murphy Oldring [ouled out to Mc- l.eao. Xp runs, no hlta, no error K'EVf Hied to StrunX; Barry' threw out Burns at ur'nt; Shafer out .by the Barry-Mc- Innls route. Xo runs, no httF, ro errors. EIGHTH IXN1XO tossed Col- lins out at first; Mally threw out Bak- er; Fleicher threw put Mclnnis. at first. runs, no hits, no errors. NZW threvVout.Mur- ray -at flrsi; McLean 'to out Jlerkle at first. Xo runs, no hits, no errors XINTK INN'ING PIIILAIJELPIirA Strunk out oa ily to Heriog' threw out Bar- ry; Schang struck out No runs, no hite, no errors. NEW YORK-Crandall batting fo Matty, Crandall out, Collins to' Me "nnls; Herzog out on a fiy to Barry; 5oyle filed to -Murphy. No runs, no ills, no errors. CUBS WIN FROM t ud touched him on Both mhne'n raortd up. whan Merkle look Bit- mwh ud ttrew to Uie pltte. 'ft >w "Ctaoinntti" Uiu hit for taW.' Olirinj vent to third. Old on XcibnlV lacrUIce 1if imS'leld lint. tkrmr oat Itriuk at (Int. wo one eieor. op By OUriac. line bal IkM OMtftt. Btrrj Uirew out Mil- flrtt, No.nns, .of- bill, AB R H PO A E i 0 0 1 2 0 100121 J 00 2 3 200 3 0 30 3 -0 :Z' 0 -IHO OH 1 0 0 P T) 0" -1 0- 0 0 0 10 00 2 C 1 'l> Totals ...28 1 S 37 10 2 Batted for Mathewton In the ninth Summary THE PRELIMINARY DOPE Xew York, Oct. Overcast skies and unsettled weather conditions gen- erally were la evidence this morning at; fans waited for tte calling of the fifth world's scries baseball game be- tween Xew Yott aud Philadelphia. It was under far different clrcuni- stances than tLose tbat prevailed on the occasion ol the. last meeting Athletics the filth pte- and 1913 Then the count in lost was even and was a toss up as to vet Tn8-prove-.the ultimate victor. would peal itse.ll and.the serits inijht he pulled out ot the (ire. It was recall- ed that last year, after the Huston lied So.x hail tucked away three games ol the series to tho Giants1 one, iho latter had rallied and took Ihe nest two, forcing the series to go to the limit an-! only losinj the deciding toatest Jbj; reason ,dl: the fa- tal muii by an-outfielder" that per- mitted Ue v.itming Boston run to bt tallied in the tenth inning. Whttbc-r tLc game of dav would turn out fo be another, bat tie royal between the veteran pitchers of the two teams, the .Jnighly Jlathcwson and the. skilful and wily the completion o! the schedule. Nelson shield U Involved in the Issue. 1 Todar the Mockmen needed but the a secret that the.'-morning failed to and the battle for the honors.wlll be single win to assure them fit the. reveal, lor was a practical keen. The first game Is on Monday ntehl. The teams and schedule of games: Teams Xo. 11. Company No. Xo. k No, Mta Xo. No. world's laurels, while lor the Giants it was last ditch stand. It was with confidence that the- I'hilatfelnbiansmade preparations for the battle. The spirited rally ol the New Yorkers :in'. yesterday's ailray at Philadelphia -when, "apparently over- they. landed on Bender 'and hammered out Gamei First Series 13 J 5 16 Sacrifice .MclnnlB. Sacrifice flies Mclunls. Double plays Collins to Barry, to Mclnnia; Barry to Collins, "to -Me II nis. Left on Philadelphia 5; York-1. .r First base on Plank: Math- Eon 1. _. First base on errors Philadelphia 0; Neit Tori 1. Struck Plank 1; 2. Time V.39. ,o; Plate, Klein; pa bases, Egan; left field, Rigler; fight field, Conolly. 22 33 1-3-Oct. 24 25 27 28 25 30 I4r-Oct. 31 .1 4 5 ''Second Series Nov. 6 Nov.. 7 is'oy. s Xov.lO 'SOT. If Sov. 13 1J liov. 15 ft'or. i 7 18 23 "Vrjiov.24. Nov.27 28- rs ot recuperation. Random prepared to maVe the most (I..its chance to see the champions ol he big leagues in..action should he weather permit. Encouraged by. he- gallant stand ol the National eaguers towards the I close of.the itrigsle In 1'tiiladtlphta, the hope bj- sted {he supporters of Me-1 GraVs men that history would re- Winners of Serin--I three gamea-for Vfa3. Neleim thield. Oames to played on DeotnAer 1, 2 and .1: All games commence it 7.15 p.m. VETERAN .OUTFIELDER, Rube Oldring of the 'Philadelphia Athletlu WHITE SOX The Chicago Nationals dcftatcd Iho American Itague team yesterday by 8 (o 0, In the third game of the city championship series. The Cubs are ahead in the series, two games to one. Ths score battertoa yesterday: Americans............... 045 Katlonala......... g 10 0 Scott, Lathrop and Schalk; Hum- phries and Archer. CARDINALS BEAT BROWN3 The second game for the city cham- pionship of SL went lo the N Uonal leaguers yesterday, line thi first -Tho score and balterten: Matlonali.............. 17 Americans.............. I 8 t Wlngo; Baumgardner certainty lliat -McUtaw would select the "Old to do the twirling, there was no' telling bi his aTailables Connie Mack would to the hurling slab. Plank at his age. requires a -long rest between be at his best, and although' it''ii'-there days since he pitched his 'great.1 game nough 'runs to make the outcome' against MathEU'son, that pubttul. to moment, taught iMack1'might- fecl'lUat even ihi? he'Athletics'ih'oroygh respect forfvai was not sufficient. Should thft heir. opponent's and pow-1 Gettysburg veteran warm up well, hoivevef, it was considered, a prac- tical' certainty, that he would go Into the game at the start. Shawkey was the likely selection should Plank bt tept oul ot it; although Carroll has been begging for a chinco to pitch.. .Bush, the young hero ol Thursday's game here, Is being held for Monday, should the series carry _that tar, it is understood. Tendon, OcL are the of today's scheduled league [ootball fames: Firtt Division Alton villa 2; Sheffield Wednesday ill-'.' Burnley I; Manchetter United 2. Body County 1; Bunderlind 1. Liverpool 2; Bolto'n Wacderers 1. Manchester City 1: Blackburn Rb; vera 2. Mlddleeboro 3; Weel Bromwich Albion C. Newcastle United 1; Chelica 0. Preston North End 0; Oldham Ath- letic ;-t. BheMeld United 4; Everton 1. ToUtajham 0; Branlford City'A Second' [Xylt'bn Barnsley 1; Birmingham I. 'Tis growing As sure as Tern pus Fugits will you be interested'in'.tho Top Coats at the "Semi- Sign of Qualifjy. The chinchilla effects in all their .woolly warnifh reflect credit on-their makers. Seo these now iu anticipa- tion of your need. Since furs are so high and hard to get, .the woollen men have exercised ingenuity in getting 100 per cent; of the natural wool warmth into the woven cloth. More healthy than furs are the Semi-ready Ulsters_and Great- _ healthv than the unventilated skins. The Semi-Ready Store Emprets Block, 6. C. Mgr. 'New York, Oct lOA-Gunboat Smith, of California, defeated Ciri Oklahoma, in the fjllli round of their ten-round fight here last night The referee disqualified Morris for fouling Tho California heavyweight had the jetter of the. match hi every round ex- cept the second. Morris was 54 poujids heavier than his opponent, and 'was 'clumsy arid awkward, often trying to get the hetter of Smith by sheer force of strength and weight.' Smith did the cleaner work by far. .In the fifth Ounioat rushed and sent a right hard to''the body, then leveral goxxl Wows'. second round went lo Morris. He-rushed smith to Iho ropes, and at close quarters got In left and right to the head..- Morris i lot of roughing in the third and was cautioned." There wcro a lot of ciles ot foul In the fourth hit Gun low, biitMhc-referee, disregarded bem. In the liftb, Gunboal ruahcd and sent a right hard to-lhe body. Then Morris put both hands .to the Califor- nia's body. Smith coming back with a right lo the.wind.-.Morris played for tte body. Smit-ii got.Inside-and sent a short right back to the head at close quarters. In a mls-up which lilt Smith very low.. Smith staggered to the ropes end tried to pull, himself toward hla comer aiid the referee'dis- qualified Morris. Bradford 0; gtociport County 2. Bury'3; Grlmsby Town 1. .Fulhain 0; Blackpool Hudderatleld Town 1; Woolwich Arsenal 2. Hull City 0; Bristol City 1. Sjefcester Foss 1; Clapton Orleat C Lincoln City 1; Notts Forrest Notts County 2; 2. Town 1; Leeds City 3. Southern t'eague. Bristol City 0; Crystal Palace 1. -Mertbyr Town 0; Heading 0. Wckhani' United 1. Queen's Park Ranger's 0; Plymouth Arjyiyi. v Swlndon Town 0; Coventry City" 'I. Cardiff City 2; Watford 0. .Exeter City 0; Norwich City 1. Mlllwall Athletic '.Portsmpiilh Nprtbatnpton 6. Taher, Oct the sporting fraternity .of Taber cannot find the necessary to build a covered rini, where the Taber Chefs can prac- tice and play games in comfort this winter, It looks mighty like the. Chefs for Edmonton. The bojs will stay and jlay In thelf home town It tho hockey Tans will cpmo across with the'coin to build the Ice palace, but If they don't, then the, Chefs can go lo Ed- monton, get good jobs about JIM per month, and. play hockey .on Bide an amateur organization. Ed- monton .wants a (earn to capEurp tbe provincial championship, and take a burl at the Allen Cup. The fans up iii the Eskimo burg, want the Chefs, and will make It worth their mi- grato to (ho norlh. So It's up to the- Tabcr fans now If they are to uphold the honor of Southern Alberta In Iho hockey arena. London, Oct. of the I ricrlul record ol Maurice Prevost, who oi opinion relative to the j averaged'121.80 miles per liouc in practihility.