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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S'FORSMOST F.VENT8 THE LVrrilBRTDGE TUTLY HERALD so, OHobei- 15, IDlti IT OVER RED SOX 11-4 BOSTON'S STAR GOT HIS TODAY JOE WOOD Boston's Star Pitcher Chased to Cover in the First Round--Tesreauiri Box for Giants-Many Hits and Errors going into -ilie fraud slum! -anil was allowed the ratra' base. threw out Cady al first. Hall dl. Hooper was No runs, one' hit, no errors. SEVENTH INNINGS singled to cen- tre, llcrzog lieu- to left. .Meyers teat out an infield hit. I'Flctciwr flew out ito Speaker. Jlerkle scored on 'les nnpTAM ft fiAH 9 1 0 A i a'au's to Wt- DUO i UN U 1 U U U U I U to Lewis. One run, three hits, no er- NEW YORK .610 002 Boston, Mass., Oct. 15.-The Bos- SECOND ton Red needing but a jingle vie, York-Hall went into ihe kox tor, to secure the world's baseball for Boston Devore _ waUcd Itoorc clmmpionship and the Gi- stole second, tally s tlirow Kin ants still fighting with their backs wild. Doyle waUert. He, or, to the wall to' overcome a han.HCM cauglit off second base, a nuic. throw which required that they win from Hall to Uaaner. Siiotlgrass, sn games, rois. Boston Wilson now catching for New York. Yerkes went put, Klctefcer to Merkle. Speaker singled to cen- tre. Lewis doubled io Mt, Speaker taking third. Fletcher threw out Gardner, Speaker scoring, and Lewis ?cored when Doyle irmMeil Stahl's grounder. Wagner struck out. Two runs, two hits, one error. EIGHTH INN'INOS Smokey1 Joe Wood met again at Fenway Park to right, Doyle .seccml. York-Doyle slnelcil to .lid on a io games, today in the seventh game oi the s.r- Doyle scored wlien Hall hrew v .lid lesofl912. A win for New York to- to catch him Bappins.. 1 he daVwoufd tie the standing and make went into cehtreficld. SiiodgrasS'took another game necessary. third. .Murray, (lied, out to W: Joe Wood, selected by Manager; Merkle. to Stahl.. Stahl as pitcher in the game this ai miassistcl, -thliillg o- ur. M MARINE GETS THE HOOK run, one hit, no errors. hit a honie tun 'Onohision. Wood has pitched the Red' over left iield centre fence. It Was victories over the Gi-j the first home run pi the series. Slahl ternoon, w as regarded as a conclusk Sol- 'nto two ants both at the Polo Grounds. Mathewson and Tesreau, Giants were mentioned a; McGraw's probable choice, Tesreau. rors. being the more generally favored as I THIRD the New lock manager's final selec-j New singled to ner to Stahl. Ko runs, one hit, errors. sent up a high fly hich Doyle muffled. Hall singled to right- ami Catiy -went to thirjl when Oct. sensation was caused in the betting market today, when it was announced that the to favorite for the Cesarewitch, Irish out, Fletcher threw to Wagner Tcs- jjur.ray jumped" the ball. Hooper Died Marine, 'was dead lame, and had been the1 reau had knocked down the hall. Cady Cady scored. I-Ioll was JIahaEer struck out. One run, one hit, no er- second when Yerkes' cround- cr was .Koctcd from -TL-sreau to' "riws tor Wednesdays Fletcher, who threw tr, Doyle. Yerkes tance handicap, ten-'took second on a wilt! pitch. 'i.'uyle Irish Marine, who ten days ago was scratched. This caused an upset 'of long-dis- tjon ifre. Meyers singled to centre. Herzog threw Speaker out at first. One run, j It was the general opinion that held at'second. Fletcher forced'Her-i one hit, one error. should Mattewson pitch and at third, Hall to Gardner. Tes-j NINTH INNINGS Marqtiard would Sc sent into the fin- rcau out, Hall to Stahl. Devore (lied' New walked. Wilson al-game .tomorrow. In such an event out to H-ooper. No runs, two nits.j singled to centre "and llerzog scored Boston would place its hopes on no errors. reported suffering, from a cracked heel, according to training re- Bedient, the youngster who heat Mathewson Saturday. hatting- order, today if; Yerkes, took Hall's ground- er and threw wildly to Tesreau, Hall {going to second on the throw. It was .'a Inland an error. Hooper singled to Centre, Hall taking third, irstruck Ollt. Speaker Hied to orts, coming along- nicely at light work. His trainer, ;Davis, gave him a on "Speaker's wild throw to cutch good gallop on Saturday, and this Herzog pojng, to. third, .Wilson tak- morning he was-dead lame. Imme- ing .'second, cm .the 'Speaker dlately before the announcement iof caught Fletcher's drive arid running the scratching he was backed at 5 to in touched second, doubling Wilson, 1, cud other horses figured in the inar- Yerkes completing a double play unassisted. as follows: hlalscadden, (i to 1; Tesreau walked. Devore put Yerkes to Mushroom, 100 to S; Papavero, 100 to runs, two hits, one error. FOURTH INNING S. New went out on grounder to Stahl. Suodgrass popped, runs, no hits, no errors. New Dcvore, Doyle, 2b; Snodgrass, Murray, If; Merkle, Ib; Herzog, 3b; Meyers, c; Fletcher, ss; Tesreau, p. lt, Betting on today's game favored! Murray Hall to Boston at odds oi id to 8. Wagers yerkes to Stahl. No runs, no hits, were iew. BATTERIES DECIDED The batteries announced were Stahl. One run, one one error. Bryoily and Kathleigh, 100 to C; Boston Lewis walked to first. Donnithorne, 20 to 1; Rot's Pride and Gardner struck out. Stahl forced Fort, 100 to 3. Lewis at second, Herzog to Doyle, r Wagner out, Tesreau to Mcrkle. No WORLD'S SERIES RECEIPTS AFTER EASTERN HOCKEY STARS DURNAN WAS NEVER CONCEDED A CHANCE London, Oct. the result of the world's chaim pionship sculling race was never questioned by critics. X Barry sculled 'with .all' that perfection of style .which he showed against Arnst, when he had an equal or even or superiority. The style of Durnan. they said, was noth- .like so good, his physique and X strength being inferior, while as, a sculler his leg and body ?f work were both defective. Chance's Men Look Like the Cham' pions of Chicago Now Chicago, Oct. Nationals trimmed the White Sox, S to 1, win- ning the third straight gani'j of the series to decide the baseball cham- pionship.of Chicago. Victory for the Cubs tomorrow end the series. Devore and Doyle executed a double FIFTH INNINGS steal, Woods threw to the plate, be- >-ew out, Cady to ST.' ing low, and Cady made no attempt; gtahl, Herzog struck out, Meyers j i singled to lett. H was his third hit field, scoring Devore and Doyle. Mur-jnf tllft lfnmc Movers was cars at to throw. Snodgcass hit to the nghfl; to lelti u was his thil, field, scoring Devore and Doyle. Mur- o[ the game Meyers was ou? _. ray sacrified. Suodgrass scored on alEecond when took Fletcher's tingle to left. Merkle took second on; groumier and tossed it to Yerkes. No the throw-in to catch Snodgrass. am no crrors Wood took Herzog's grounder and j noston-Hall sent up a fly which threw to Wagner, who threw to Gard- M! safc gnndgrl Ear, who. touched out Merkle. Herzog IIau takine second, took second on the play and scored ,va'lk.cj Hooper forced LOUIS NATIONALS BEAT THE AMERICANS St. Louis, Oct. Nationals won tcday'a game of-the series being played with tlio Americans ro decide the bast-hall championship of St. Louis. Today's victory makes it three i won for the Nationals, and one for the Americans, one same being tied. OVER O'kEEFE on Meyers single to left. Fletcher j ond Khen ycrkps' ..rounder bounced got a single to right, Meyers taking oat Ol- hanllr Fletcher Eeltir.gj third v.-hen Gardner dropped Hooper s ban walked, filling the perfect throw. Fletcher went to see-; ba5M Icwjs ollt to Mcr-file. 1 ond on the play. Meyers scored on an was outi Tesreau to Merkle. I infield hit by Tesreau, which Wood nmS( one erroTS. I hane, fcithenreight cliampion, was was only able to knock down. Flelch-l given the ileciEicn ever Eddie O'Keefe ;w out, Yerkes to Stahl. Devore walked. Doyle, hit east endeavoring to.sign the trio. He has tendered then fine otters, and v.-hile it is doubtful whether Iloss will come, Petrie and Taylor are almost certain oi accepting the oilers. Cheney pitched in good form, holding the Americana to eight hits, keeping them well scattered. MCCARTHY CLEANED KAUFMAN Missouri Giant Was the Favprite and Easily Disposed of His Man Kan Francisco, Oct. Sic- Carthy, the Missouri Giant, won' his fiaht with Al. Kaufman in the second Cleveland, O.. Oct. McCarthy dropped the big Gal- fornian three times with lefts and urday's match at Varsity oval. After TEAM WILL WITHDRAW FROM INTERCOLLEGIATE LEAGUE Ottawa, Oct. being in ses- sion from eight o'clock until i o'clock this morning, the Intercolleg- iate Foothall Union last night decided in favcr of Queen's in connection with the pretest arising out of lust Silt- er scored on a delayed steal. Tesreau was out going to second after Fletch- or had scored. The play being Cad; to Yerkes to Stahl to Wagner. Six j home run into the right field crowd, runs, seven hits, one error. j scoring Devore ahead oi him. Snod- struck out. Yerkcs' grass popped to Lewis. Jl'jrray walked. A sharp wind storm wns in Hall to Stahl. Two runs, one hit, progress during the second hall oi no errors. the first innings. Speaker filed out to filed to Devore.. Murray. Lewis out llerxog to ner singled over, second. On a wild No runs, no hits, no errors. pitch Wagner went to third, the hal! cf New York, at the enrt of a fast- 12- bout here tonight. TT.ore was no knockdown. A cut was opened ov- er Kilbane's eye when they bumped beads. rights to the- and once sent him' the meeting it was announced 'by of- clear through the ropes.' The police fleers of the University Athletic as- stopped the bout at this stage to save Kaufman from unnecessary punish- ment. McCarthy wnb a 10 to 4 favor- ite in the betting. soctation, that Ottawa College would withdraw from the Intercollegiate Un- ion unless tonight's decision was re- SCENE FROM THE WORLD'S SERIES :l Trap shootins brings out the shooting qualities of a gun. Winchester Repealing Shotguns last year won both the professicnal and amateur Season's Averages. This aha STS they are reliable iu action and clew, trjtj showers. "These qualities make them cKccUsnt for bird shooting, especially for the quick, fast flyers. Winchester guns are we'll buih finisihcd and will give good service for years. They arc salil by all dealers. Send postal for complete illustrated catalog. WI-ICKESTER KrEATlKS after hitting the ball in the 7th inning when his single brought homo Wood and Hooper, making the score 4 to Opening game of the World 3cria.i at the Polo 8. Ihe Bosto. Sjx, j-.ict 2, and fiilir.j; sii'Ji gloom the hearts of the loyal Gothsm1 MARKETS MARQUARD IS THE GIANT'S HERO Pitched True to Form and Stopped Mighty Red Sox Xeiv York, Oct. In the last irGuchj the Now York Na- tionals 'repulsed the on-rushing Llos- ton Americana today mid sent thorn back-to'detent by a score of five to the sixth- game of the world's series. A victory- for the Rod Sox- would have curried with It the title of the AVorld's cbnmpIoiiR of 1012, and when "Hube" Marquard walked off the Polo Grounds this afternoon, with his second 'win over Boston tucked away 1n the sleeve of his 'pitching arm, New York took hope that 'the Giants .might be able to capture two games from their adversaries and bring the 'premier title in baseball to this city. Tho world's series now Boston, throe games won; New York, two games won; one contest n tie. Hew York; however, aid not win all the victories today. On the green turf just back of first "base, while the 000 spectators were leaving the grtiumts, managers- Stahl and Me- Graw tossed a coin "to determine in which city the deciding game should foe played, in the event of New York- winning in Boston tomorrow. Stahl won the toss and all remaining games will bo played on Boston's fiflld. T-3ft. Anxious President Taft, on the yncbt May- flower, kept in touch with the game by wireless, 'while reviewing the bat- tleships on the Hudson river. The inning scores were "also wig-wagged .from ship to ship all along the line, so that every man aboard could know the proceeding of the game. All of the action of today's game came early, and when the smoke cf battle floated away at the end of the second Inniug, the score stood 5 to 2 in favor of the Giants, and Hhereufter neither side could' add n tally in the face of the superb twirling Of Mar- quard and Collins. The Boston southpaw had been call- ed to the firing line after the Giants had touched off an explosion ot" hits off "Buck" O'Brien's moist ball. The fustlade of hits came with such sud- denness that, for the first time in the series, the Boston infielders were un- able to meet the attack of the New Yorkers. 'Two crisp doubles, four singles, a iialk -by O'Brien and a dou- ble steal, netted New York five 'runs. Oddly enough -the four singles garner- ed by the Giants were slow infield rollers, which, on the soggy diamond, made them difficult to handle. On "Rube's" Error Boston made its tallies on >Mar- quard's error of Gardner's grounder, a hit by Stuhl and a two-bagger by ftngel, who batted for O'Brien. "Rube" .Marquard curved them ov- er low and then sent up his fast ones around the necks of the Boston bat- ters. One of the results OL" Jlarquard's service was a great day for the Giant outfielders. The trio, Murray, Snod- grass and Devore, covered acres of ground, and gobbled no less than fif- teen balls. Of these. "Red" Murray, in right field, whose fiery locks seem- ed to glovr as a beacon to the Boston butters so many drives did they send his way, captured seven, while Snod- grass took six and Devore two.- The Bostons sought gamely to over- come the lead of five runs which the Giants piled up in tlic first inning. The Red 'Sox made two tallies in the second, 'but their attack was broken in the third with a catch by Snodgrass. This play was the turn ing point In Boston's offence. With the exception of the eighth, Marquard sent the Red Sox batters back to the bench in one, two, three order. Collins Did Well Ray Collins twirled a. fine game, and in the seven innings that the Giants'faced him, not a run was scor ed. "Things misfit liars beer, ;i little different had Collins been sent, in from the remarked manager "but it was a dark day, the kind that is just suited to O'Brien's fast ball. Rut O'Brien did not get the and we will have to try to end the series tomorrow." "We have made the start, and we expect to finish it up." said-manager McGraw tonight before leaving for Boston, "by winning -tomorrow's game we can put Boston on the de- fensive, an-d that done, we will enter the last game with the 'advantage with New York." LETHBK1UI-.E MARKET! No. 1 Northern.......... 50.71 No. Northern....... O.tiii No. :t Northern........ O.iifi No. -1.........'......... (I.C.O No. S.............-...... 0.51 No. .1. Alhorla Itcil........ 0.70 Xb. '1 Alherla Hod......... O.PS No. Alhorla Hed........ O.ii-1 No. -1 Alhorta Red........ V.Vi No. 5 Alberta Ited........ 0.50 Bran, uer ton Bhorts, per toa 23.00 Oats, per ton, sacked........ 2G.OO Rolled Oats 27.00 Butter and Cggir Dairy butter O.K" CreaiiKry butler 0.35 Eggs, fresh 0.35 Dregued. per Ib. 0.11 o, jwr pound.......... i O.OS -j Poultry: se, 0.14 Turkeys'................, 0.23 Live spring per Ib... Vcgctnblti: Newr potatoes, per IbL BeotSj per Ib....... Carrots, per Ib....... Turnips, per Onions, per Ib............-., CJrcen, per IS. 0.08 to o.oo to o.oa yj' Dry...............- 0.10 to O.IS Shoep poll, eai-h 0.25 to 0.75 Cattle on Hoof: Steers, per pound Steers, dressed, Cows, per pound............ Cows, dressed, per pound Sheep: Live, per cwt. DreSBed. per cwt, M P V 1 .05 10 5.00 11.00; TUESDA.Y'6 GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. I'ol- owed yesterday's advance, and were a littlB easier, bolli for wheat and oats. Piax is decidedly weak, and suffered a further decline. Cash Irado is with offering liberal, and there i.s some buying by exporters. Receipts are and there is a marked increase of> coarse grains on the market. Barley is in good demand; and its .iricc 's! steadily advancing. Cars inspected. 1B42: in 1200. Cables closed1 Liverpool, to lo'wer; Paris, to lower; Berlin, 2% lower; 3% lower; Ant- werp, lower. Opening and closing prices today; were as follows: Open .12% Close IP S i. 1 91) S7 S4 74 ST. LOUIS AMERICANS WON at: Louis, Mo., Oct. pitching enabled the St. Ameri. can League loam to win grirne in the series with the local National league club fcr tiic championship of hi1 the score cl J -Jo 11. loday; October Ncvennboi1..... December May October November December..... October 14ii November m December Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. Northern No. 3 Northern.......... No. 4...... No. 5................. No. S......... Feed Winter No. 1................. Nci. 2 No. 3...... No. No. 2 C. -No. C. W............ Ex. No; 1 Feed........... No. 1 Feed.............. No. Feed.............- No. Rejected.............. Feofl................. No. 1 N. W............... II-' Minneapolis. Wheat Open fios< December........ HJ'xi May Chicago VWieat Itecember........ May............ !'S% July............ EDMONTON Persons owning: Property in or about Edmonton, wilt' find it io their aolrantage to commmicatc Box 416 Edmonton, Alta. -The best smnll to-ra hotel Iri Alheria for sale at a, bargain. f. S. LEFFINGWELL, 'Owner, Alberta ;