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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBKTPOE Wed ncsday, K, CURLERS ALL THE LOCAL AND EVENTS BOSTON RED THEW Defeated New York 3 to 2 in. Filial Clash-Score W in Ninth, Giants Scored a 'Run in Tenth and Red Sox Came Back and Scored Two and Decided Issue-Snodgrass Made Fatal Error Boston, Oct. climax of a of baseball came today in the eighth game of tlio world's chainpion- sKp series between the Na.w York Giants and the BOEWII Red Sox, pen- nant winners Officers Elected and the Plans for Season Mooted A rousing meeting of tho Loll bridge Curling Club was held in the city council' chambers .last ovenlni with the object ot -getting its housi in order for" the rbarin' game in th. to hial andwas Y.rtoa wta Gardner dropped Wagner's On an at- 'twl. Ycrto Mt which are the greatest'1 in baseball history, were at stake. The Giants, having won two games TH1HD INNING Devote walked. in succession and tied th-a series when the Hed So.s needed bat a single vic- tory to seize the title, predicted freely that they would he champions of -tiie i Ul.ll. L1JVJ VI .-n-.l-'..inl. world after todays game. Ihe taking third. Sox were fa a fighting mood cad made Merkle. No runs, or.e hit, no errors. T'ljo-le to SEVENTH INNING to C left New sent up a 'auv hit a high high foul which Stahl dropped Math- out, Doyle to.eivson singled to centre hand, among whom may bo mentioned Aid. Ah'd, Dr. Stewari M. P. C. McCleiuighan, R. Me L-eod, R. P. Smith, ,Dr. Marrs, Hugh j Bo.vd, L-. W. Clark, G. Wanless, J, F Hamilton, J. A. Reid, G. McLcuhaii S. J. Shepherd, .W. J. Nelson, G. W Robinson, A. V. Gihtjons and R. R Davidson. The secretary read (ho minutes 01 the last annual meeting held in No forced at second when Henieut Uook llevore's 'bunt and threw to i Wagner. Doyle popped out to Wag-.. Doyle 11C1, run-ore stole second. Snodgrass vem.beri iju. which was approved ot Gardner to Stahl, Devore taking out, Gardner to No runs, one- j treasurer's report showing a Snodgrass went out to Stahl .hit, one error. credit balance of was also ap :out on a high fly I more careful plans thaa in any prev-j ious games. Bsdient and. Mathewson Hugh the Red Sox recruit of oalv a season's standing in the major leagues and who last Saturday bested Mew York with the pld: master, Christie Mathewsoa pitching, was scheduled to take the mound for the on Murray's" two bagger; to Snodgrass. Stahl singled to left, j to left ficid.-'Merkle out, Wagner to Wagner walked, Sts'nl going to sec-j Stahl. Or.e run, one hit, no errors. flew out to Fletcher. went, out, Doyle to: drickson batting iol Bedient. Stahl Merkle. Yerkes out, Mathewson to scored on Ilendriclison's two tagger, Merkle. Speaker struck out. No going to third. Hooper filed proved of. no hits, no errors. FOURTH INNING schediuea to rane mo Now got a long hit Hed Sox. Mathewson, it was expect- to left for a two bagger. Meyers sac- ed by the New Y'ork supporters, would j rjflced, Gardner to Stahl, Herjog go- be asked b> McCiraw again jng to third. Fletcher popped ou' the same position for JsW York malt- Gardner. Mathewson fiew ing another pitchers' tiadte a prospect. After Saturday's game-Mathewson de- clared that he was done for as a irorld selles pitcher. New York Favored 'Now York was favored In the bet ting at odds of ,10 to S. The luus, To that Mathewson was.to pitch togeth- to Snodgrass. One run, two hits, no errors. EIGHTH INNING New went into the box i for Boston. Murray out, Stahl ulias- Merkle, out, Yerkes to Stahl. got a single to right. Meyers hit, no errors.; out, StallL No run5' MSrSn-odgrass-dropped Garaner'si No Dr' Hooper. No runs, one out, to Officers Elected The following'officers for the ensu ing year were .'elected, ''-DeVeber, C. ?A. Ma grath, W. A. Buchanan M.P. and Fritz Sick. Honorary Brace. ..Tamos Aird. First Stewart, M.P.P. Second J. Shepherd! appoint ment was" the hands-ot.'tlie executive to deal with as they though best. A. G. Cameron o eV wtith New'York's two victories and nc hit_ no errors. FIFTH (INNING New got the Red Sox'reversal of form-made the odds switch to New: York for' toe first time since the series started. Some oven money-'bets day but UP tO'tha-_; sought a short end when loolrlig for jt ,vas most remarkable catch of NINTH INNING New .batting for eries started. Some bit, the ball bouncing off Bedicnt's .son struck. out. Devore w were made 0ey0rc out stealing, Cady to Doyle out, Yerkes to StaM. No it .time N'3-w Yorfcera I WjgMr_' out to Hooper.; no hits, no errors. an infield Fletcher ilcw out to Lewis.. Mat-hew- alked. io runs, for a -wagers. The .Batteries New and .Meyers. FIRST INNING New went out, errors, nor to Stahl. Doyle went'out, flew out to Murray. now pjaying short the whole world's series. Kuu.iing for New York. Gardner (lew out to with the hall he caught, it just as it Snodgrass. Stahl doubled to kit. was'about io pass into the crowd in .Wagner Hew out. to Devote. Cady right field, home run. Snod- j liew out to Murray. No runs', one hit, gra'ss singled to left. Murray fouled out to Cady. No runs, one hit, no ncr to .Snodgrass walked.' fjew out to Murray. Bedi- Snodgrass stole Wagner dropped Cady's throw. Murray out, TENTH .INNING New. York Snodgrass out, AVood to Stahl. Murray got. a double into the A. Reid ._. ,..'.'Clark, G'. Wauless and Hugh Boyd! Representative" .to AJberta forancl of R. C. C. T.'McLeod John-Bruce. S Representative; tp committee on an J.' Shepherd. J. Shepherd, Duncan Dun George- W'aiilessi ;Dr. Stewart, L. Clark. W. J., Nelson, Jl A: Reid, Syc Jackson, J. W. Wood. Hugh Boyd, G W. Robinson, .H. MoLeod, K. D Johnson and Jajjes Aird. Ice Aird, J Freeman and Hiigh Boyd. W. Robinson and H Devorc. Mathewson Gardner to .Stahl. No runs, no hits, no errors. grounded out to Merkle, out. struck out. No runs, one hit, no er- rors. SECOND INNING New struck out. Her- zog fiew to Speaker. Meyers was s only pitched three balls in this ning. No runs, no hits, no errors. ___ jrowd.' Merkle's Mettle taking second on the throw-in. Herzog struck out. Meyers out, Wood to Stahl. One run, two hits, no errors. Boston Engle batted for Wood. J. Goode. Other Business and' appointed a committee to meet with the Aquatic Association to ar- range plans. There is.every prospect of free skating for this winter as the result of the appeal of the Aquatic Associa- tion. The city council favor the idea of a fence-protected rink with dress- ing rooms and all other convenien- ._..ces. They propose putting a curo- terdiy Aid. Skcith, chairman of the I taker there who will 'keep tho ice Iiarks oonraiittce, read a letter from j in shape and look after affairs gen- Mr. Mclnenly asking the city to go j crally. Hydrants for Hording will into tho matter: The city fathers i he brought Into use and nothing left yesterday afternoon are to be highly commended for their, action in taking up the appeal of the L-ethbrMse Aquatic Association to have a skating rink made- at, Henderson lake this winter. The Aquatic Association, at their recent meeting instructed P. J. Mclnenly to confer with the parks committee to provide increased facilitie for players. In order to help ma ters along it was decided to appoin a committee composed of Dr. Stewar R. R. Davidson, J. F. Hamilton, Ge( Wanless and S. J. Shepherd to mak n canvass among the business me the city In order to 'sell stock I the club for the purpose of raisin funds to improve the rink propertj It was agreed to purchase four ndt tlonal stones for the club in order t accommodate new members. Ycrl'cs singled'to right. He tried to going to third and Speaker to sec- a.u pul! away from the plate, and the hall ond on the throw-in. Lewis walked. let "his" slow roller go hit his bat and went out of Doyle's Yerkes scored on Gardners sacrifice between legs Fletcher singled V> reach for a single. Speaker walked, fly to Devore. Two runs, one hit, one centre, Meyers taking second. On a-Yerkes going to second. Speaker was A BIG FREE SKATING RIN] The 'city council at their meeting -look hearty concern in the matter undone to give a good sheet of ice. n r-ninmiitfie to moot The chairman of the street frail- The chairman of the street way commiliee sees an excellent means of adding to the coffers-of the system, and ho is in hearty accord with the rink scheme from the mone- tary point of view. The building proposed will not be iiretentious structure, but merely a temporary one for the season. Next year a finer place will he built. Hockey matches will be played in all probability, and a normal charge will made for them, "out skating will -be free, free, free! Hbrry and Join It was decided.to limit the meinbe ship to one hundred, and in this co ncctlon all curling enthusiasts in tt city were urged 'to join and get in line. It was a highly satisfactor meeting and all, lovers of the gam are now waiting for the coming o Jack Frost. The Gliding is oft to a'ilying start and the approaching season a prosperous one. promises to be HIT THE FIRST ONE SAID MGR. And Smokey Joe's Offering was Sdlved-Giants Hit Boston's Great Pitcher as They Pleased Yesterday -Tesreau was there Boston, Oct. The Now York G ants, pennant winners of the Na-onal League administered a crush-ni! defeat to the Boston Americans .yesterday by it scoi'0 of 11 to -1, in tile seventh game of the world series. Tonight finds the Giants and the Red Sox waiting to engage in the final combat here tomorrow that will de.ter-in no which shall bo the world's champions of 1912. The series now. stands: Boston, 3 games won; Now York, '3 games 'won; 0110 contest a tie. Wood Latted Quick .toe" Wood, tho Red Sox star twirler, who hud already beaten the Giants twice in the series, was sent out to pitch the Red Sox into the world's championship. His end was so swift and so sudden that the hirty thousand spectators sat in si-euce at Fenway Park, as they saw Wood's delivery batted'to all parts or tie field and six- Giant players race over the plate before the last New Yorker was put out in the first inning. The Red Sox never recovered from that first inning, and though they peppered away fitfully -at Tesreaa's mo st ball, they never came within threatening distance of the Giants. Hit the First One Manager McGraw, in the coacher's box down off third base, directed the attack on Wood's delivery. He gave orders to bit the first ball pitched, and, with few exceptions, all of the nine men. who confronted' "Wood in tie first inning rapped the first ball that Wood sent up to the plate. This s iowe-r of hits, combined with a dou-lie steal, jiaved the way to New York's six runs. Thereafter Wood was a broken reed, and Charlie Hall, Boston's relief pitcher, was sent into the box. is Wood All In Some of the Giant players seemed to think that Wood had broken un-.der the strain of bis two earlier ''games in the series, His curve hall iad little break to it, and the Giants had no trouble in butting his fast ones. The Red SoX have Bedient to give ou the firing line in the deciding game with .prepared to go to his while the Giants will depend on .Christy Mathewsou, th "Rube" Marquafd held in serve. Tesreau Invincible fresreaii held the whip hand over the Hed Sox throughout the game. His moist ball broke sharply over the plate, and the Red Sox w-ere unable to fathom his delivery when hits "would have scored runs. Twelve of the Reds legs were left anchored on the bases 'because of Inability to touch Tesreau's service for the needed .hit. Although New York had a commanding lead throughout the game, kept Mathewson warming up down off tho left field to relieve Tesreau, in case the wet ball making the cluster of runs 'in N 1 10 first Inning, tho Giants scored, an- N other tally'' in tho second, two more N n the sixth, one in the seventh and N one In the 'ninth. The' Red Sox sent N t loir four runs across the pinto In N t le second inning, when Gardner shot a screaming homo run Into the right field Mats, the first circuit drive of the series. Two runs were scored in the seventh' and another tally in the eighth by the homo club. Capt. Doyle, of Now York, drove a llnor into B the crowd right field for a homo run in the sixth, sending In Devore ahead of him. There were several strike outs In the gamo. Harms was the only man on the Giants. to fan. The Red Sox who struck out were Hooper, twice; Yerkes. Gardner, Wagner and Cady, one each. Clouds of Dust V -The game was loosely played in the field, while a constant gale of wind made it difficult for the fielders to get under fly balls. Speaker, howov- e or, made n brilliant catch. Play was 11 suspended frequently during the V game on account of dense clouds of C dust which, swirled across the dia- r inoud. E -New AB R H PO A E c Davore; If 4 2 1 3 1 1 c 2b 5 .1 2 1 0 0 j Hurray, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 f 1'b ___ 5 1 2 10 0 1 c 3h 4 2 1 0 0 j, c 4 1 3 G 0 1 Wilson, c 1, 0 1 -2 0 0 Fletcher, BB 5 1 1 2 4 0 Tesreaii p 4 0 2 00 0 W 11 10 2" HI. 4 AB R II PO A E Hooper, rf 301110 Yerkes 2b ..400140 If 411300 3b 4 1 1 2 0 1 r, 0 1 11 1 0 Wagner, ss 6 0 1 4 4 0 Cady c ..410120 p 0 0 0 0 1 0 p 3 03 0 5 1 3C 4 9 27 IS 3 .by New York 002 11 Sybase hits, Snodgrass, Hall, Lewis; home runs, Gardner, Doyle; hits, off Wood C runs and 7 hlte in 8 times at bat in one innings, off Hall, 6 runs and 9 hits ill 32 times at bat in 8 innings; sacrifice hit, Murray; sacrifice fly. Hooper; stolen bases, Devore 2, Doyle; double plays, Devore to Meyers; Speaker (unassisted) left on bases, New York S, Boston 12; first base on errors, Boston 3; struck out, by Tesreau 6, by Hall 1; bases on 'balls, off Tesrean 5, off Hall 5; hit by pitcher, by Tesreau, Gardner; wild pitches, Tesreau- time, 2.20; umpires, at the plate Evans, on 'bases Klem, left Held O'Loughlln, right field Higler. OUTSIDER WON THE CESAREWITCH STAKES ffl. C. A, HELD HOCKEY MEETING Tho Y. M. C. A. hockey enthusiasts held a meeting in the Y. 91. C. A. parlors last evening, for the purpose of discussing plans for the coming season. It was stated that the city Parks committee were taking up the question of a rink at Henderson Park lake and would notify the hockoy committee, who would meet them, and go further into the matter. The prospects for a good winter's sport are a present verp bright, and it is hoped that next Wednesday evening, at 8.30. a large number will be present at the Y. M. C. A. In order to organize a plan of campaign. Newmarket, Bng., Oct. The Oesarewltch Stakes, 55000 two miles and a quarter, the greatest long-distance handi- cap of the year, was won to- day by an outsider, R. Slever's three-year-old -colt, Warling- ham, wao carried 94 pounds, and started at 33 to 1. Capt. Forester's Tootles. 6 to 1, was second, and Winthorpc, 25 to 1, was third. "Boh" Siever, the fortunate owner of the winner, has had a romantic career on the Eng- lish turf, and will be best re- membered as the owner of tho peerless filly Sceptre, which le was sold for exportation 'at a 30 record price. Siever is the proprietor of "The Winning LOUIS BROWNS AND CARDINALS EVEN UP MARKETS LETHBRIDGE 1'rlco manipulation on Uio Winnipeg market yesterday has had ils effect on the local grain market, which to- day shows a decline of two cents. Thero aro no changes Jn the quota- ;lons on other commodities. No. No. 2. Northern Northern O.G3 ......0.58 No! G" No. 1 Alberta Hed----- No. 2. Alberta Red No. 3. Alberta Itel No. 4. Alberta Hed r No. 5 Alberta Hod ..-.I..O.G8 .....0.62 ..0.57 ....0.48, Bran, per ion...........- 21-00' Shorts, per ton.......... M.OO, OaLs, per ton, lacked Rolled Cato.................... 27.00 iuttcr and Dairy butter........ !rcaimiry butter............. Hggs, fresh hogt: Dressed, per !b. Live, per pound 0.35 o.ii o.os WEDNESDAY'S WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. op- ening and closing prices on the gram market today were as follows: Wheat- October November December May..... Oats- October November December Flax- October November Open 01% S7% 112 39 35'K 34% Close 86% 91 33% 142 141 V34 Closing Cash Prices N'o. 1 Northern.......... Xo. 2 Northern.......... 3 Northern.......... io. 4 io! Vlnter Wheat- No. 1.....'.'. !o. 4.................. 2 C. W............... 8 C. W. No. 1 Feed.......... No.l Xo. {ejected 'eed Minneapolis Wheat Open December May M1-4 Chicago tlTVj SOVi S3 00 87 December Jlay July 48 48 Closo SSVi GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Oct. Batoh- elor, Ltd., report slow trade on ac- count of heavy arrivals of Irish cat- tle and milder weather. Top Irish steers, 12% to secondary, 11 to 11% cento. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS Chicago, cab- les todnyiiulled support from under Peace with Italy acted against high prices and tliere was less appre- hension in regard to the Balkan sit- uation. Heavy receipts northwest were also on tho side of the beats. The opening was to 1 cent dam. December started nt 9" cants to cents, the same change from last night as the market (alien altogether. A decSiue to 32% cents followed. Oats dropped owing to lack of demand. December started 1-4 to 1-4 3-8 lower at 32% Vz to 3214 and seem- ed disposed to keep within that range Pllchmg Staff of Victorious'Boston Red Sox, World Champions and of late years has not been so prominent on the race track as formerly. I-ROM LtFT TO KICiHT THEY ARE PAP6, BEDIENT, O'BRIEN, HALL, COLLINS AND WOOD.' CUBS GO DOWN White Sox Win Their First Game of Inter-City Scries Chicago, Oct. grand batting .rally In the eleventh inning, gave tlie Chicago Americans their first victory in the series for the championship of Chicago, with the local team of the National League; The Americans took second for three runs., The Nationals played an uphill game, they