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new YOItK, N. Y., Oct. S. 111
the iiicjtfiire of n rccord-hicuklng
iiowil, which swamped tlio l'olo
(Hounds mil left iiiitny 1111)118011111 out
side, toila'H baseball game was
plajctl In deadly earnest stinlglit
baseball, with mi frills to settle its
tensely dramatic n situation as thu
most at dent lover of the sport could
Imagine. Chicago won anil New
York loU tlio National League Chnm
plonshlp. Tlie gnme was played In the chcer
ful funshliic of nn Ideal baseball day
before a vast concouise of people, who
carried with tliem the pent-up cn
thuslasin, hopes, ami feais nccumti-
l.lled day by day in the closing weeks , Parted tlio run-getting for Chicago.
iling then singled to lert nnd Tinker
rnino homo amid great cheering. In
which even the New York partisans
could not withbdld .1 well-deserved
Instead of talk " Hut Hofm-in con
tinued to talk rial was finally oriloi
fd off the Held Then Mornn, who
went to the ronchlng box, began
more talk, and he, too, was promptly
tailored from the field. Plav ic
sunicd, Slelnfelilt struck out. How
ard went to b.i: in Hofman's plato
and struck out It was one, two,
thrco out for New York in the sec
ond, for McCormlck flew to Melinite,
llrldsull did the same, nnd Mnthew
son went out, 1 inker to Chance. No
Mathewson We1 ted
Tlic third was more eventful. Tin
ker's 'thrcc-bnBArr to deep center
u f n season.
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McOrnw's words after the game. In
the unwonted unlet of the training
uiiartcin, where H10 (Hants were hav
ing tholr last showers and riibilowns,
epitomizes the feelings of tho vast
iirmy of New Y.irk's followers: "I do
not feel badli about the game, wo
merely lost sonitlhinj wt had won
Chicago Work Perfect
Speutattns who know the game.
! however blttcily they may feci over
the tie decision . lilcli made, todays
game compulsor, seem lo concede
tonight that the work of the Cliliago
team was practically perfect. The
laiants were oul played. Chicago,
fresh fioiii lest and well-liiilgeil prac
tlee, and enabling, was stipeib 111
101 m. Ilrilllant, eiiorlcss lluldlng.
snappy bai,e riiiiiilng nnd oppoitunu
hitting in tho tlilul inning, which
made effective In scores n double by
Chance, won tpt. game. New Yoik
(ould not hit at ciitlcal times.
Mathowion favorite of the favor
ites could not keep his Invincible
arm power, mid the effect of 11 mo
ment's lapse iu the third Inning"
could not bo overcome. McUiuw's
substitution of Wlltso In the box
tlie last two Linings may or may not
have been wise. The homo team
needed n long lilt; needed the lio-
incndous rallying power which Mntli
ewson has more than once Inspired
In them at the very nalsli nnd
wi.ung victory from seeming defeat.
Tlie two git'it innings of the
game wero the thud and tho seventh.
In the former Chicago mailo all Its
urns. In the latter, opening up with
enthusiasm, hupts were renewed, but
died after one run, which kept com
pany with that made in tlio first Inn
ing on tho mammoth bulletin board
far out afield.
Game by Innings
It was Chicago nt bat for tho
opening, nnd Sliccluinl began auspi
ciously for Now York by falling to
bolvo llathcwscm's curves. Then Rv
ers went out on r. stop by llcrzog to
Tenney; Seliulto struck out. No
Now York Tenney was hit with
tlio ball and went to first, llorzog
got a base on balls. Urcsnnhnn
struck out. Kilns muffed tho ball
nnd llresnnhnn startod for first,
tiling's muff plainly nonplussed Her
70g, who broke for second, but, see
ing lircsnahau flop, ho turned and
tiled to regain first. Jvllng was too
(julck for him, and by a wonderful
thiow to Chance nt llrst Herzog was
out ten feet from tho bag. Doulln
knocked a two-bagger und Tenney
HLored, tho first man In the gamo to
reach tho homo plate. Chance stren
uously but vainly protested that tho
two-baso hit wai n foul. Seymour
was given a baso on balls. 1'ltcher
I'folstcr wns In a tight position, theio
being two men on bases and one run
ill rcntly scored. So Chance took
l'felslcr from the box, putting Mnrde
al Drown In, Dolln ttruck out.
Flist Inning, Chicago 0, Now Yoik I.
Second liming Chicago; Clmncn
ond. Shccknril lilcd to Seymour, who
made a spectacular throw, holding
Kllng on second. Then livers went
to first oil balls tho first and only
' walk" Mnthowtou allowed the vis
itors. Schultc then doubled to left,
scoring Kllng, nnd Chance's two-
bagger to right scored Kvers nnd
Schultc. Stclnfeldt struck out. Tlie.so
Wero Chlcago'B four mns; the West
erners got no more, but they wcie
Tenney for New York singled to
left; Hcizog fouled out to Kllng;
Hresnnlinii knocked a single to left
and was forced at second by Donlln
through Tinker, unassisted. Seymour
Illed out to Sl'ocknrd. No runs. Now
York still had only one, mid the
borne fans began to get anxious.
Howard opened the fourth for Chi
cago, going out, Herzog to Tenney.
Tinker followed suit, Mathewson to
Tenney and Kllng filed to McCormlck.
It was even briefer for Now Yoik,
Devlin out, Steinfeldt to Chance. Mc
Cormlck out on a fly to Howard.
Then llrldwell went out with n grouu
der, Hvcik to Chance.
Tho fifth wna tlio samo story, mo
notonous, yet full of Intensity.
Straight baseball was being played
by the rivals for all they wero
wnith." A flno ctop and throw, llrld
well to Tenney, put llrown out; Sey
mour wuk light nn hand to tako in
Shciknid'H II y, und Kvers wur quick
ly out, Mnthowton to Tenney.
Quick on Outs
The contest seemed to liavo resolv
ed Itself Into ti question of which
side could go out fastest. Now York
did It with dibpatch, Mathowson,
Steinfeldt to C banco; Tenney by Kv
cis to Chance, and then Herzog put
a lly right Into Chance's glove; but
all the while It was professional base
ball of tho finest typo, fifth Inning,
no runs; Chicago 4, New York 1.
Tlie Blxth afforded a very little va
riety, though there wns nothing un
usual lu Devlin's being Jn right at
tho tci minus of Schulto'u foul fly.
Chanio started another chill down
Now York's splno by singling to left,
but he wag. enthusiastically applaud
ed for being caught stealing second.
Steinfeldt hit aaldy to left, but How
uid st 1 uck out and left him thcic.
New York fnfod no bettor. lircs
nahau was out, Tinker to Chnncc;
Doulln dropped a tly accurately Into
Sheckurd'B handi and Seymour diovo
a long 0110 straight to the vigilant
Hope in Seventh
Now thu "lucky seventh," but It
was not lucky for Newfyork. After
Tinker had Hied out to McCormlck,
Kllng had struck out, nnd llrown
had sent a grounder to Mathewson,
who thiew It, to Tenney, tho Now
York fans took up their famous war
cry "(Hants, lucky seventh," and
New Yoik went to bnt. Donlln sin
gled to left center and McCoimlck
hit fcafely to right for a base. Hi Id
well got a base on halls and all tho
He sent up u nice little "pop foul,"
which fell Info tho clutches of Kllng
nnd that ended Doyle. To bo sure,
Devlin scored on Tonney's fly to
Schultc, but Hcizog went out, Tin
ker to Chnnce, and the seventh was
over. Hard luck for New York, even
though she got her second run and
Wiltse Takes Box
The sight W4J quickly over. Wiltse
pitched for New York in Mathewson'a
place. Shcckard struck out; Ever
knocked a double to left. Schulto
got to first on Ttnney's fumble, which
allowed Hvcrs to make third; Chance
Illed out to McCormlck, who threw
to I)rc8tiahnu at the plate, catching
llvei b there.
One, two, three again for Now
York in this Inning. llresnnhnn out,
llrown to Chance; Donlln Hied to
Shcckard, and Seymour was out, Ev
cis to Chance.
it was three up and three out on
each side In tho ninth. Tor Chicago,
Steinfeldt struck out, Howard batted
a little lly to Devlin, and Tinker did
tho same to Tenney. Thnt closed tho
gamo for Chicago unless by somo
rcmnrkablo luck New York should
tie the score.
It was not to bo. Devlin went out,
Stclnfehlt to Cliuucc; McCormlck by
a lly to Chance, and llrldwell by
Tinker to Chance route.
It was nil over and thero was hard
ly u shout from tho Immense crowd.
Chicago 4; New York 2. And there
wns no appeal. The pennant of 1908
was securely In Chicago's grip and
It was Chicago, not New York, that
would seek tlio world's champlonohlp
with Detroit, champions of the Aniei
Huns by Innings:
1234 G G789
Clilcago 00400000 04
New York ... 10000010 02
SUMMARY. Two-baso lilts;
Schultc, Chance, Evcrs, Donlln,
Three-baso lilt Tinker. Hits: Off
Pfelster. 1, In two-thirds of an Inn
ing; off llrown, 4, In eight and one
third Innings; off Mathewson, 7 In
seven Innings; off Wiltse, 1 In 2 Inn
ings. Sacrifice lilts: llrown, Tenney.
Double plays: Kllng to Chance; Mc
Cormlck to nrcsnahnn. Left on baB
es: Chicago, 3; Now York, 0. liases
on balls: Off Pfelster, 2; off llrown,
1; oft Mathewson, 1. llase on eiror:
Chicago, 1. Hit by pitcher: lly Pfels
tcr, 1. Struck out: vIly Pfelster. 1;
by lliown, 1; by Mathewson, 7- by
Wiltse, 2, Time of game: Hi. 40m.
Umpires: Johns'ono and Kleni.
SI. MtniEWS SlUOOL
JP IKK IK.
San Francisco, Oct, IB. The St.
Matthew's Military Academy foothill
team demonstrated Its superiority ovir
tho Lick eleven 011 tho cammis of tho
cadets at llurllnggamu yesterday uflcr-
noon by a score of 11 to 5. Tho ici-iill
wns a distinct surprise, to tho local fol
lowers of High School athletics, as
Lick was considered a dangerous rift I
far1 Academic Lenguo honors. At the
end of tho first half tho gamo stood G
to S in fuvor of St. Matthew's, tho con
test being clean throughout and Injur
ies fow, Tho winning players made
their first score on a perfect forward
pass, working the now play without a
In the second half St. Matthew's
found Lick putting .up a moro stubborn
defense, und nn attempt at anchor for
waul pass failed. Tho second scoro
was made after an nttack nn the Lick
lino, which was continued, through this
part of tho game.
Tho St. Matthew's scored tho touch
down, which cniched tho game, oil a
pretty forward pass tp Shaw, who
crossed tho lino after running fifteen
yards. Halves of thirty and twenty
minutes wore played, and tho San
Mateo boys finished remarkably fresh.
Tlio game was considered to bo one of
tho cleanest and best exhibitions of
tho new rules' seen this season.
M ti M
Fair Motorists Will Enter Race For
Handsome Silver Trophy
Unique in tl.c annals of motordmn
wilt be the women's road race to be
pulled off In Los Angeles. Al least a
dozen cuntestunti. have sJgnlHed 'heir
desire to make the run. Tho courfe
will probably bo from ltlvcrslde to
this city. The mails are now In Hue
shape and the women drivers will be
given nn opportunity to make good.
A hnndsomo sllxtr tiophy cup hns
Los Angeles lira moro women driv
ers thnn nny city In tho world. There
nro also moro fair motorists hero
who can hnndio a machine over al
most any road. One woman has chal
lenged her sister to n raco to the
summit of Llttlo Ilnldy. Two women
have declaietl their willingness to
accept the dell.
Intense Inte.eit Is being taken In
the proposed lace. Women all over
tho city have expressed their dcslio
to cither help 01 take part In tho
cplrltcd contest. Only women will
be allowed In the cars. To win the
trophy tho woman driver must send
her car through without assistance.
Arrangements for tho raco nro now
being made. Al least 0110 fnctory
will place a cat at the disposal of ono
of the daring niitolsts. Entiants
must use strictly stock touring cars
or roadsters. Every possible precau
tion to prevent Accidents will be ta
ken. The women who have so far
offered to mako.tlio run have proved
their ability by driving many thou
sands of miles over the roughest of
mads. L. A. Times.
BALL PLAYER IN TANGLE 7
Chicago Shortstop May Have His
Salary Attached to Satisfy
CHICAGO, 111.. Oct. 14. The legal
troubles of Joeph Tinker, shortstop
of the Chicago National League base
ball clubs, will cause the citing Into
the bankruptcy court next week of
Han Johnson, Hairy C. Pulllnm, and
August Herrmann of tho National
Hascbafl Commission. who bnvo
charge of the finances of tho world's
Citations, for Tinker nnd the Na
tlonnl llnscbalt Commission were Is
sued today on tho plea of a liquor
dealer, who hold;; a Judgment for
$360 against the hall player. Tho
debt was contracted whllo Tinker
was a saloonkeeper In Chicago. Tlio
plaintiff nsscrts that Tinker has de
clared himself without funds. An ef
fort will be made to attach tho play
er's share of tho gate receipts for
enough to satisfy the Judgment.
LEAGUE WILL MEET
A meeting of tho Kalanianaolo.
HnKchall League will bo held tomnr
low night nt the homo of the socic
tnry, A. K. Vleiru. Tlie meeting will
be one of more than passing Impor
tance, as, the Kivcrslilo League sea
son having com.j to nn end, tho young
stcrs will be the only ones In the
field until tin Knlanlnnaolo Lcaguo
gets down to work.
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bases wero full. II010 was whero cv-
blngled lo right, hut was caught off or) body held his bicath. At tho ci it-
llrst. Mathewson to Tenney. A pio- leal Junctiiio, when suspense accent-
tdht came this time finm Hofninn anil ualed tho Bllonuc. Manager McCraw
the crowd gior.ud ami uiged "i-pccd sent Do) la In to bat for Mathewson.
(Heat clamar bioko foith, for
meant, that Mathewson could pitch
no moro In till gnme. A long hit
w.is needed, Eterythlng had pro-
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokley, Jr.
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Angel City Players Lose Last Game
LOS ANOELES, Calif., Oct. 11.
Poittand won the last game of tho
scries fiom L03 Angeles today, al
though tho locals made a strong bid
for the gamo In tho ninth. With
Howard and Delmas on bases and
two out, Knsterl doubled to the cou
tcrllcld fence, scoring both men, hut
he was caught at third trying to
make It a three-bagger.
Huns and lilt.- by Innings:
Los Angeles . ..00000000 2 2
II. 11 0 0 10 2 200 1 G
Portland 11000001 03
". H 12 0000 1103
SUMMARY. Two-baso hits: Eus
teiiy, 2; Krambee. Sacrifice lilts:
ItjCoonoy, 2; Groom, Ilrashenr. Hases
011 balls: Off Koestncr, 7; off Groom,
3. Struck out. lly Groom. 4: by
Koestnor, 5. Doublo play: Groom to
imicii tho wny for tins tyitlcular in- I'Tninblcs to Coonoy. PaBscd ball;
btnnt. Mathowson had n way nf ralK.istcily. Wild pitch: Koestner.
lying at tho moment of gieatcst (Tlme of game: 2h. Umpires: Pcrlno
tlii'su. Doyle failed to Hue the ball, nnd Toman,
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