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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'JIJfC THK. L TUTI.V BTRRALP Mondii.v, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers ATHLETICS TAKE ANOTHER GAME FROM THE GIANTS SOME BONEHEAD PLAYS MADE IN WORLD'S SERIES Score 4-2--Bender Outpitched Mathew- son--Giants Scored Two in the First and Never Again Athletics Made a lo pass him. Baker struck out tin wide one. Xo rims. SECOND INNINGS New Hied out io ring, Head. l-'Ielcher singled over ttiirry's .Meyers n high 1'iy which By J. NEWTON COLVER (Sporting Editor of the Spokesman- Revifew.) York, Out. inako bonehciul pluys in .tluv major rdiisues and in the world's series. Wiui'v would you say, now, if u Northwest- rn or Coast League third Imseniuii safe liotween linker. 1% r> 1 Ci_ A 'and Thoions, Iml Harvest in rourth-baker otars Again .olltiU ..._ Bender flmswl a base runner front third base THE SCORE Giants ZOO 000 7 3 Athletics 000 310 11 1 Wil- 'tse and Meyers: Bender and .Thomas. 4 Philadelphia, Oct. In fourth Same of the world's championship series which hail been postponed live times, Athletics defeated New York Giants by a score of 4 lo 2. The American League champions outplayed their oppon- ints in ill points of the game. They hit Maihewson harder than he had ever been batted in a world's championship game. The hits came when they meant runs. Oct. .or basebull inns were made happy when they saw clear weather' today lor the much postponed fourth cam-3 Between the Philadelphia Athletics nnd New York Qiauls in scries tor the championship of the world. There v.'fle no "fiarsljack" of went her of last fix dn'ja, and ater enforced rest of one week, two i-hampion ball teams meet on Shibe Park Held at two o'clock. The' playing field is still somewhat heavy hat condition is' as Fioocf aR bis of men could make Bender on the other hand pitched i 3 steady even game throughout. i In no inning, except the first, were I the Giants able to bunch their hiti. In the first innings the I itors score'd their oniy runs on a single, a triple nnd out. .After'this'innings'they gathered five hits. The local team started on Mathewson in the second inn- ing when Murphy and Barry each --singled. The Waterloo came in the fourth when successive doub- lel by Baker, Murphy and Davis and Wield out netted three runs. This seinnd to unnerve the won- derful Mathewson and he wai not the same steady, deceptive twirl- er that the Athletics have batted against In the other games. Ma- thtwson retired in the eighth inn- ing to allow Becker to bat for him, and Wiltse finished the game with one-nit being scored against him._____________ New York than to Philadelphia. Should the Athletics win they would Have to get only, one more victory to capture the championship, while Xew York would have to lake threa games straight A victory for New York to- day would place them on even foot- ing and greatly strengthen the confi- dence of the Giants. Order New if: Uoyle, i'b: Fletcher was thrown p the way to the pltue mid bin to Collins. .Mnthcw-JEo! the mitoul by a diving slide :i- cross the We've alway-j boon tauslit lo chase a baserunner back, not forward. I'jOti out. B'juder to Davis. No runs. x j made a two- bagger. .Murphy took long lead off (second aud Matuevrson 111 attempting wild.. to catch him threw .uutimv um- tug third. Davis dropped an easy one 'lil in front'of the plate ami was out at lirst.- Murphy attempted to sleal home on a hit and run signal bui Uarry missed the ball and Murphy out. Uarry made an" infield sin- gle. au attempted hit and run play Thomas fouled Xo runs. That's what Mr. llerzog. the tlllrrt baseman for the Giants, champions ot Leasne did, chiseled in marble on' tlie pedeslui of t'anie'for -ibe 1911 is Frank Balwr.1 .basoman of Ilic Fhlliiilel- phla 'Athletics. His two mighty swals have been iliBtrumental in double vie- .tories for the Mackmeii. Both were out-oMliH-lol ilrlresi 'and Iwlh nia'te-hoine i'lins bn'any field, .lust for curiosity I stopiwd' off Ihe tlialniiee froin home plalo lo tue right'field at tho new Polo grounds stadium, while walking off the field lo Hie "L'J train today. Frqm the pla'te it Is 2KO feet, as nearly as.I coulil cstiniMtc, base of the big wall, which is about twelve feet hlgn..-, But Baker's drive cleared the fence about HO feet down from the foul line and cleared Xattonal Leasne did; aud down irom tue toill line aim cieareu lie nabbed his man only by an eye-jjj by'twenty-fivt feel, so that the ball lash. Hygh Fullerlon. Silt righl. [covered a distance of-fully 325 fact In front of me, says Herzog shoitid clear. Some smash; if an nave a good chunk of his salary tak- en away from him, so 1 my idea of a honehead play must be 0. K. thing tlie drive at Philadelphia further. THIRD INNINGS New Hied to Cidring. Uoyle (lied lo Baker. Snodgfass out, Barry to Uavis. No run-i. out, Fletcher One who has never the partial- Baby-Plays Also completed imagine You see a few baby plavs also. In jits magnificence, its Its Philadelphia yesterday we Had' two jadapiibitity. io baseball. The field Ilinstratlons. Jlurray, in the ninth inning, refused to run out a slow hl.t ball to Collins, although Kddie hustled r 6 i iiko blazes to make the play. dull, batting for Marquard in to Merkle. Lord singled. He forced a moment tater, 'Fletcher_to palpably loafed o Uoyle, on Oldnngs grounder. Col-1 iins fannotl. No runs.. Cran- 'th'e hit I down the fir-jt base. line, although any.. !one knows how often a fumbl'a or a I FOURTH INNINGS. I bad peg gives a batsman a life on such j New tiled to Hater. 'lllls- j .Merkle otrf, Davis nn- completely surrounded by a mass or people-; an impreanive spectac- le one is not often to s'3e. t saw two games at Chicago, a.nd two of the world'a aeries, four gimes with a to- tal attendance of over iOO.OOO, with an expenditure of perhaps assisted. No righl. Breaks and Foozles So far as errors'and misplays sw, doubled to '.eft second and tiilrtl games Vqf the' BURNS WINS third o foozles as a lot of games that arc. liiyt. Davis came home on Thomas' tly to .Murray. LJehdcr out. at first on a sensational pickup and throw by Fletcher to Meme. Three r.uns, three hits. Puts Baker on Pedestal To date the mail, whose right to be Xsw Orleans. Oct. Fraokle Uurn-j, of Jersey City, was awarded a clear ciecis- over .Monte Alter! of San in a fast ten round bout here tonight. Sport writ- ers'were unanimous in their W ELLISON WANTS TO GO ON WITH PCH WHf N WORLD'S CHAMPION t-R TO LETHBWOGE NOV. 9--MAXWELL iMAN TP MEET GOTCH. V I I- of CaiiUlon. claimant of the wrestling ctntnl- plontnlp Canada, In founts tlie Heru'id'of his desire lo he put ion with Frank, (iotch, the world's chain grauuler, whwn he appears here November !lth. It is understood tllilt Uutcb .will put: ni) y. purse to anyone of nuy account who wlH go on the mat aud stay with him for a certain, period, watch is usually fifteen min- utes. v .Followers of the game in city awaiting the coming of Gotch hei-o with kMn interest. Ills appearance alone will nring'onl the crowd but a more enthusiasm will be displayed. if 'a .local wrestler Thomas to Baker "Vla'h ewaon was ghen Ins base on balls Devore Hied to I ord No runs out. at first on a bounder. Ilr.r7.of made pisttj of Oldring's. harrtgro.undcr anil got the runner at: firsl. Collins sin- gled to right. Baker doubled, scoring- Collins. Baker took third on the throw in. .Murphy struck'out. One run, two hits, SIXTH New was passed. Snort- ers-is fanned. On Murray's foul fly to Doyle .was' do.ub'ml up at flrat. No rum out, Herzog lo Merkle. gnodgrnas misjudged Barry's low 'ly and he was credited with a oase drive. Barry reached Uhlrd on 1'homas' hit lo Fletcher. Thomas died at first Hernog Render out at first. No runs one tilt. SEVENTH INNINGS New Me fanned Herzog Hied to Oldring Fletcher singled to ceutle out Coillr..! to Da vis. No runs' one hit: V latcher fumble 1 j holds sroundci itul Lord made first I Uldring out on i bum CoilinB out miming, .Merkle unasulsted. linker passed. Murphy grounded out to Merkle.- jfo runs'no hits. EIGHTH INNINGS New batting, for Ma- thewson was out, Ccnllns to Davis. vorc to felt. Doyle forced De- vorc at second. Baker, momentarily fumbled Snodgrass'; sharp (rounder, and -the runner wng safe. No'riina, one hit. now pitchlnt for New York. Davis fanned.' Barry doubled and went Iq third on. FlBtch- er's muff of Doyle's return of the ball. Uarry was rim down between .home and third. Thomas, went to second on the plsy. Uender out al first. No one hit. NINTH INNINGS New doubled to right out on A grounder Baker to IJavis. .Merkle taking third. 'Fletcher filed to Collir.a. ..Meyers (nut, Collins to DaviB. No runs, .one hit. WINNIPEG AND THE NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE U-'i... Oct. mmtlng of the Wisconsin-Minnesota Baseball l-eajiic will be In late this afternoon but tfcat result Is prohable, directors will vote to ribband leacue nnvthat a new circuit will he fornied