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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAfLV Thursday, October Fourth Giants Completely Routed in Today's Game by 13-2 Victory for Athletics and Highest Honors in Baseball Again Started Off Today in Winning Style but Blew Up in the Fourth -Athletics Turned it Into a Slaughter THE SCORE Giants 4- 3 2 Athletics 401 14 5 Batteries: Ames. Wiitse, Mar quard and Meyers and Wifson: Bender and Thomas. .Mcfiraw ig expected to choose. At the las! minute It was announc- 0 .either Ames or Oraudull lo keep Phlla- !VI that Mender would pitch for the out of the championship. [Athletics in place of Plank. Follow- Both men pitched excellent ball yes-! ing is the batting order: Jterduy and Crandall did much to 14 5 'orlng victory to the Giants by good j nee of his bat. Kxuerls do not believe JlcGraw will send Malhewson or L "b into'the box as ...icb j'. grass; cf I practically driven from the hurling iu thslr inK time- out. The -'I -------j weather early ihis morning was very rmzy but tiie sun could ho discerned behind a reii and it was expected to to bring home -.he bacon yesterdav lhe before i. i iliiH temperature is about rirlu for i ui.iidtlphia Ath cues wt trv to wn same. Awaiting the outcome of the necessary fourth game from the yesterday's game, tile Athletics' man- i'iBhtinf New York Uiants at Shibe, did not begin the sale of tickets for the sixth game until this Long lines of people stood The Preliminary Philadelphia. Oct. failed the i Tll ..norniug. J'ark this afternoon to capture ivot'id'i: baseball National Lenguu champions have lici inei did. especially with Jack j over from Now York last night, were I Praciia to 1'ib- jntcaing. .Manager Connie i about the corridors of 111 1 ac] will send in Kddie Plank, his.! early today .and were ho. i ible left hander. to 'jtop Giants'j victory. They feel mat they hav batting strenk. Plain; pitched a mas-.jeoiiiew.hat shaken tire confidence ol l li at Shibe Park last week. the Athletics and hope thev can hold went into yesterday's game tho A.morican today. Ath The players of both" teams were on tlie grounds an hour before game began and kept-tbc'crowd'interested by (heir lively ..fielding and-baiting. of the Vorl; 'pitchars were in and all tlie 'Philadelphia Baker was safe at home ,p to Doyle, the Philadel- phia third baseman making a beautf- tn! slide to the plate. With none out, -Murphy on second and Davis on first. Uarry bunted and Ames trying to >ield the ball to Jlerkle, hit Barry on the head, .Murphy and Davis scoring an'i Harry mine all the way on .V'..irray'.s wild return of the baitrtp.secop.'i base in an attempt to catch liim. Thomas fanned. Bender hit a bail over second COOMBS IS HURT lORDICA W. 'BASSO.' ROMAYNB SIMMONS, PIANIST. Majestic Theatre, Oct. 28 SALE AT EVERY SEAT RESERVED hotel i lechers also practiced exceni Coomhs. Ml over second .peful of a. took his. place behind theiUaSO thev linv, nomc plare. Brennau on the anj PO'JO Grounas at a critical period lotlc players reported at the grounds nomc plare, Brennau on the bases, i Diae'jn in right arid -Klein in field. Tho butteries are: Xew ami Bender The game muffed, hut as stopped ninniug MerUIe was noT given an er- ror. li'andei- out. flied to De- [vore. Four two- hits, two er- Manns-jtmii'orins and began batting practice VERYWHERE Fl'FTH New York Herzoj, 'tanned. Flctth- I-'hiladclpliia; Pa., Oct. Ooomlis, brilliant Athletic pitcher, is in'ibcd at his home iit this city with senious intciiuil injuries received in V sixth innings of yesterday's giiu-e at jATew York, lie wrenched his i tikis tines. Today his condition is much worse and -.his physicians called ifi two oili- er., doctors. They succeeded in reduc- ing: injury ami say no operation will h? 'necessary. however, i in bed for a week or will have lo weq.r.-a; truss time" '.Me wil-1 he to season, tlie ocioru say. Coonabs, wlieii "seen" in lied, said that iii the sixth inning his cleats! u hole in the pitchers' box! md ,hc delivered ahc :hhH 'he felt' terrific jar. The, pain was partly on 1he right side, but he kept' .pitching. In the ninth inni e ninth inning he Trainer ClKultt'Iclc had arler Trainer Ch hud examined him. though his 'males tuni to keep on. Rupture of the intestines is what killed Dr. c" j Powers, catcher for the Ath- letics, several years-ago ter Bender to Duvjs. Meyers siu- .gledi Crandall went for Ames. Crandal! "wa'.hed. Devore Xo 'runs, one bit." ;v Hied to De- vore. Collins but" Vv'ns out, I no ft- pitching for Xew Vork.J to Kle. Baker out at first, Merkle un- assisted. Xp rimy no hits. SIXTH INNINGS. New fli.ed to Snodgrass filed to .Oldring. Hurray d. -Murray forced 'at second on Baker's throw oC Merkle's grounder. Xo runs, no hits. flied to cen- tre field. Siiodgniss misjudged it and it went for a two-bagger. Do vis ad: -anted. -Murphy to third on his out ro ]lome witll Uie In.lhc Merkle. Murphy scored on Barry's ten-tll jlinj Vcstcrdav.s ne !3acritice fly to Devore. Thomas fan- -T hi, nn Onager Mack said this-morning, 'T will make no protest. The Giaiits COMING Majestic Theatre CONNIE .MACK SHOWS HIS TRUE CALIBRE Oct. UK; statement of Umpire Klem that, Captain Doile, of "Xew York, tjirl nol touch. plute when he camu liome u-itli the- winning ru One run one hit. no errors. SEVENTH INNINGS New Herzog got to first on [Harry's fumble. Fletcher Da- vis. fauueil. Wiitse fanned No. runs, one -error. flied to Doyle. Lord madp an infield single. Oldring singled to centre, Lord going to third and Oldring .to second onlhe play. On the sriuyeze play Lord scored on Col- lins' hit to Wiitse. The latter tried ro catch Collins at first .Merkle dropped .the ball. Oldring scored, Collins going to third on Baker's hit over Doyle's head. Collins scored on .Murphy's single, Baker going ond. Davft singled to right scoring Maker. .Murphy going to third, Barry drove the hall over the -temporary lence in right field for a double, scoring .Murphy. Marguiird here re- lieved Wiltse. Thomas was then the ninth man up. iu the inning, the Ath- letics having batted aro.uud with only one out. Davis and Barry both scored wild ijltch. Thomas made his first hit of the series to right: He out stealing. Mender fanned, runs. 7 bits, one error. EIGHTH INNINGS New out, BsrVy to JavlB. Doyle out, Davis to 'Bender. Snodgrnss got first on Barry's orror. Murray out, Collins to Dayls. No no bily, one error. now catching or, the Giants. Lord doubled to left, .ord went to third on OldrlngV fly Sundsrass. Collins grounded out, Doyle to Merkle. Ilaker fanmid. runs, one hit. NINTH INNNINOS New filed to Barry.' Herzog singled to centre and went to second on Oldrlng's error. Herzog look third on a wild pitch. scored on out at. fir.it. Col- lins to Davis. Mclnnes went to that iwso insteuj of Davis. Wilson out-, li.'tker to One run, one hit, ouo error. ivou the game 'and are entitled lo the victory. was safe at the jilatp by fifteen feet and the question of whether he slid over alongside ol it is uo never have and will dicker over decisions 'of. umpires. The game'will stand aK wun for New York.' YOUR LAST CHANCE TONIGHT TO SEE THIS EXTRA SPECIAL PROGRAM. BRIDGET THE TLIET IJOAV PUB anii jo .UHJOAi REDSKIN'S BRAVERY WHITE STAR WON'1 DEW.HURST PLATE Eng., 2B. The. Deivliursl 1'latc for two-year-olds, liiout seven furlongs, was won today hy the favorite 11. Joel's Vliilc Star, hy Sundridjje Doris, who stiirtwl at 2 to I. .orenzo, -t to 1. was second, awl .Sir Ctisscl's .it to 4, third ''.Also inclndod .lingling Oeorgle, ilnlhcrd, and N'cith- er Mr. .loci's Ahsnrd nor II. II." nnr'yea's Sweeper II., who finished first and second in front of1 White Star for (he Middle Park flair, a forlniglit ago, ran today. Whfeltc Star is a full hrolher lo Sillistar, (Ills year's winner of Uic Uctbr, and Mr. Joel's tivo colls will slmrc Wtwccn them favoritism in any winter hct- tillg.for the Derby of'1912. WIN AGAIN London, Australian Professional, Rilj-ln- team heat a Tep- resentatfvc. team of'the Northern Un-' ion League by 16 points to 3 at I'ark, Kyeiion. yesterday. ATHLETICS USE rtW SIGNALS TECUMSEHS MADE ON THE TRIP L. U, Qhampioni Pulkd Down SOO On Minto Cup Matches at tht' Coilst Get: mi! lifting tte Jlintb cup; Vancouver, sncceRsftll ij.HUrtST OK CALGAKY DKP'BATKI) BRAUKORU I.6ndnn, Oct. lour- ing Hillhiirst fool ha 11 team of Calgary, Allwrla, heat ford yesterday hy three goals lo two. The goal scorers were and Johnstoni'. which appears to he securely moored n the .west, the western trip of. the I'ee.umsehs'waE a finan- cially. When the Indians pulfed out or the east, after a three weeks' so- ourn on the Pacific coast, .Manager Uharlmi Qlierrie figured that he had enriched Teclllllseh treasury to. he extent of H'i least Tor hcjr two matcijes for the pewter the 'cotiinichs pulled down in the neigh, orbood of KOOO as their ihaiu of he while they got an addi- tional for the exhibition fixture at Victoria. As expenses run high with a' champion lacrosse tlcuiarl.v when they coroc- across tire continent In a Bpecfol'car, the Indians will probably land home with a couple of thousand dollarn to the good, which Is certainly a fine showing and de- l.'crossc in the we.it In a imyliii; proposition. "Good'ball clubs fen- sign's" says Dan of the Athletics. the Mjw Vork Americans. 'They "sa a or they get-so darned nnxious trying find out w3iat tlie code means that I hoy weaken their playing strength, fhat's level, ioo. Signs all ri.Slit. Sure, you must huve them, but II >iml thai', the team that, does its work with the feweit. slgiii gets along better in tbc long run. Our team uees fewer signs team 'n the business. 'We hav. certain sig- nals, and -we certain sots of sig- lals. You H-puld surprised If you knew jual. exabfly; how simple they are. We get alongUll right with whit we have, and when we are playing as-! ainst a team that to wis-: ed up on. them, ve change them bit, Here's another thing. Thi more yo.u change ttrem, quicker, the other, fellows gd'.on to them. Thai., seems funny, but It's'.dud on the jev-' Xo; I'm not strong for a wliolft: raft ol slgllills." When a woman is nway for the ininimer, she expects her husband to on, the piazza at nomte and howl Ift'.e a dog every night because he le PAGNUt'LO _________ Local :0valert. ;