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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.-TCTTTttnTTXiE DAILY HERALP_ Odolwr 11, THE GIANTS TO VICTORY WOW MARQUARD GRIPS THE BALL FIVE RUNS I FIRSTIN McGraw's Men Walloped the Ball to All Corners of the Lot and O'Brien was Forced to Give way to Collins Who Held the Giant's Down for Rest of Game--5 to 2 BOSTON NEW YORK. New York, Oct. crisii straggle for the world's baseball chain double play, Fletcher to Doyle to Mettle1. No runs, two hits, no errors. New Hied to Speak-; er Meyers drove a long hit U> tlw center 'field fence three bases. Fletcher, flied to Speaker. Meyers started lor home, but when lie saw Speaker's perfect throw to the plate lie hurried back to third. Maiciunrd. ''out, Yurkes to Stahl. No runs, one hit, no errors. FIKT1I INNINGS Ilieil out to Mur- ray, who made another nice catch. Murray also took Ycrkes long lly. .Speaker flied to Herzos- No runs, no hits, no errors. New. singled to cen- tre. Doyle poppeil out to VTagner. Kaoilgrass filed to Hooper, who threw to Stahl, doubling Devore off first. No runs, one hit, no errors. SIXTH- INNINGS fouled out to Mey- ers. Gardner struck out. Slahl also struck out. Marquard's speed was bewildering and his curve ball was breaking sharply. No runs, no hits, I no errors. New flied to Hooper, Hooper coming in back of Yerkes for I the ball. Merklc popped to Stahl. i Sady dropped Hcrzog's high foul. in the first and was out, Marquard to Met- zog'then popped out to Yerkes. No pictclict. Yerkes Hied to bnotl- runS] no hits, onc crror. 020000 000-2 500 000 OOX.-5 CANADIAN RUGBY THE RESULTS Toronto University 30, Otta- wa College It; McGlll IB, Queen's 5; Alerts Parkdale 1; Tigers a. Argonauts 3; Win- nipeg Rowing Club 4, St. John's 3; Saskatoon 20, Iteglna MARKED Tigers Defeat Argos Toronto, Oct. In n. same that constated, entirely ot the oUl-fnsliloiiod rugby, two backs and a Kick, the Ti- gers defeated the Argonauts this af- ternoon at Rosedale by a afore of 9 to 3, there being a perfect gale ot wind blowing, which played, havoc with the accuracy of the ptintlng.- The home team proved much heav- ier and more effective in their line plunging, hut the ground which they gained in this manner was promptly lost .by booting. The ATgos tried both Rose and Price, but neither of them oould put the ball any distance. On the other hand the Tigers were 'tackl- ing splendidly; Hurley made a splen- did 'showing against his old club- mates until he was hurt, and had to retire. LETHBHIDQE MARKETS ijical grain prices show ii further' advance of one cent. Hairy butter has increased .by two cents per Ib., while meat prices show an upward tendency.: No. 1'Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern........... No .1 0.011 No. D No. 1 Alberta Red........ M0 No. 2 Alberta Red........ M8 No. I! Alberta lied........ (l'lil No. 4 Alberla Red...... No. 5 Alberla Hod........ 0.60' Bran, per ton......., 21.00 Shorts, per 53.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ J26.001 Rolled Oats 27-ol> iiutttr and Cagi: Dairy O.K" Creaniury 0.35' Eggs, fresh Dressed, per !b.........-----0.11; Live, per pound.......... 0.08 u Poultry; Geese, live 0.11 Turkey................' n-5J! Live spring chickens, per Ib... 'l.i'' Ducks.................. New potatoes, per Ib. Beets, per Ib............. Carrots', per Turnips, per Ib. 0.01 0.02; ,_ 11 monship was reached today when the New York Giants anil the Boston Red Box prepared for the sixth game of the series A Red Sox victory today would send the championship to Bos- ton, and the partisans of the National league pennant winners went to Polo Grounds to see their favorites fight in the last ditch. -Ot the five games played thus far, Boston has won three. New York had a eingle victory, and tte mixed satis- faction of one tie game. To win the series, -McGraw's men. must .capture- barring remaining game. Although the sky was overcast tills morning, the prediction for the day was fair weather. There were plenty grass. Speaker watseu. m, mediately stole second. Lewis filled: out, MarqliatJ to out to Devote. No runs, one hit, no jicrkle. Cady sent a long lly to Snod- crcors. grass. Collins filed to Murray. So New out, Gardnei to runs, no hits no errors. lARRfDEFEATED DURNAN rowed 34 to the minute at the Dovle scratched an infield hit New was which Yerkes could not field in time ]jns to Stahl. Fletcher sent a actually six lengths ahead, and still The keenest interest was shown ifi TUe Keenest lUitJleal -jiiv.ii the race, weather; water and wind con. gaining out to Murray. No runs, onc hit, no ray scored when Merkle doubled to left. Merkle also scored on errors. double to right. Meyers beat eut 1 Xew out, Collins to infield hit, Herzog going to third. stabl. Doyle Ejjit up a high lo 1 to Herzog scored on a double steal on Cady. SnodgrafSs got an infield hit, the race, weather, water ana iviua ditions being perfecf. ..Barry .won the Barry rowed with pert ct- ease, and toss and chose tib and won without toe least effort. JOHNSON a DEClDES-'-i-TO-- GO T.O THE ANTIPODES ed'trace when it looked as if they were "just aboilt ,down and iut was pointed to as a reason why hopes of ending the series today stood a ,gocd chance of being shattered. Boston's own "come back" of when, 'with three games gone the team SECOND INNINGS, scratched an Boston-Gardner scratched an-- in- grass. Stahl scnf aHong lly to Mur- fieli'hit the oincial, score, however, -Wagner out, Hexing to Jlerklc. gave Marquard an error on the No runs, no hits, no errors. wen 'w tree aaj. found itself, and took, four straight j batting fo Stahl singled to centre. Gardner was