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BOX SCORE
1 OF THE
Second Game
World's Series
IN
THIS EDITION
PRICE ONE CENT.
TWO JURORS DROPPED,
TWO MORE CHOSEN
FOR TRIAL
Justice Goff Announces After a Long
Conference Vith Lawyers That
There Is Illness in Families
of Ware and Dillon.
GUNMEN IN COURT HOUSE
READY TO GO ON STAND
Whitman Announces That He Has
Taken Every Precaution to Protect
His Witnesses Daring the Trial.
The trial of Police Lieutenant Charles Becker before Justice Golf for
the murder of Herman Rosenthal was interrupted this afternoon follow-'
ing an hour's conference between Justice Golf and cetmsel for the
defence and prosecution. Two of the eleven jurors seated in the box ,
were excused because of illness in their immediate families.
They are Leslie Ware, a biker, of No. 310 Lenox avenue, juror No.
8, and John K. Dillon, manager of Bonwit Teller it Co., the last juror
accepted during last niglu's eslon.
When the two jurors were dropped the defense was down to two
peremptory challenses, but in view of the added vacan:ies in the boxj
the Court gave Becker live additional challenges.
The question of excusing the jurors was raised during a short con
i u. i ..,. iVictriH-atMmi'v Whitman and the Court. Justice
t icrcnc uciwBeii -
WS (ioff left the room, nodding to
Mclntyre and Hart of the defence to follow. Soon afterward Juror John
!:". Ulllon was sent for and joined the conference. Later Juror Ware was
railed Into the conference.
Returning to his sea! after nearly an hour, Justice GoiT announced
that he had excused the jurors because of the development of serious
llbvtt in their families.
nirninistatn-ea have i.rlaen" aald the?
("ourt. "arhteta would prove It unfair to
hoh the prosecution and the defense to
neve thce gentlemen Sit the evi
dent In the case while their mind- are ,
so burdened with eMMrioty, wteh it
thoroughly underatood that the action
of the .curt la m. way u rodeo ion upon
the yantlemen osouaed Counael tor th-
defense im.l proeeoutlon nirree that It la
for tlMtr bOel Intereat that thla a Ion
la luken."
Th,- ix ne,l Jurora did not return to,
the tribunal, baring been ,i!miH.d by.
way of the Juatlce a ctwwnbrr.
It waa fald hat In the cajie of Juror (
Ware hU wife la deaporal 'y Ul Jui
what member of Juror l. Hons lamny
Buffered w.ia not revealed,
LAWYER MclNTYRE DELAYS
SELECTION OF JURORS.
lawyer Rolntyra adopted taotlci to
day that delayed Hw oompletlon of the
.lury.
He mad.- every pnaalhle effort to ex
clude from toe Jury the talesmen lie
did not fancj an, i seem.-1 determined
to alhaual ail hla peremptory ehal-lrni-'ia.
In thla ho waa told to lie p,iv
lee the ray to a poatlble appe.il after
WlrllOH. It ' B ould take
,e around tbal UM twelfth Juror w.
rorce.l up 'n him In violation of hla
right
Then "aa a rumir that I)latrlrt-At-
If.' iltman wouul seek to have
. .., ,. i ,. or already ohoath taken
,.x Toll can ;ly bd done
by airtrmenl or I pon proof that tne
111 .,i Ik until to nerve.
Preparatory to State' opi ning Ita 1
roadaidia, IXilrlotAtlarnay Whitman
.irougnt ' Jaoh" io un,J all hi rfun-
uen '',, down H the Criminal j
irti Building rrom tne vat moo
Pllaon and placed them under a heavy
au.irl n tha anlerooni adjjlnlng the
trim room.
Jn, k Itoae will he among the flrat
prttneaaei oalled after .Mr. Whitman ha
finiahej hla arraignment ol Backer and
outline or the People' one. ' liyp the
BlOad" and hla fellow ganga'e.a Mill
follow Roae.
WHITMAN TAKES STEPS TO
PROTECT WITNESSES.
On hla way to the courtroom Olairlct
Attorney Whitman Urlully oullliiaJ In)
go wUeh M wuuid oali hi wit-
fta?iiw
OF BECKER
the Prosecutor and to Lawyers,
JUROR8 CHOSEN TO
TRY BECKER ON
MURDER CHARGE,
JTAROT.O B SKIXNKR (foreman!,
ilei trl "Hi engineer New Ynrk FMi-
inn Company; home Mo, 10 IVegl
)ne Hundred mid Thirty-fifth street:
'hlrtN-ftv. year old! married,
ROBERT C. PURCRLL, manufas
:urlng chemist, Nn. 2T Pssrl itraet;
noma Wo, Ml win On Hundred ami
Ron nty-c'c'ith street; forty years
married.
JOHN II RARDT, retired rice
no:-.': ant. home No 2fM West Nlne-ly-fourttl
street: fifty-five years old,
Harriet.
KDu-.inn e, snfLK. aeeotmt.
nnt, No. 19 Park How; home No. S.M
West fine Hundred and Fortieth
atre.t: fl ft v years old married.
VI!,I.IM r, WARD, real .-state.
No 703 F'lfth avenue; home No. in
West Scvci.ty-tMr.l utreo ; furty
flce viie old: .-isrr'ei.
DOW J. HECK Kit, lumber. No.
fj Broadway) homo No, i i Fast
One Hundred and BUty-sevcnth
street: nfty.flv yen- oMi married
CHARlaBI J PBATT, mmmis
mrj gwent New York Centra, ; home
No ID S;. Nicholas avenue, forty
yen Old! married.
CLiARBRCB T. COLBT, mechani
cal (nglneer. No :m Broadway;
dome No 49 Wi st K.ftv-mn h
street, tl,lrty-flve eara old, nu r
i led.
PAUL T. KAMMBRBR, real e.
tate avent. office and home No. f
Hast Prty-slxth stre"'.; tlfty-tlve
ft .irs old , married.
CHARLBI RAI'PHroas, real e
tate. ol No 4u!l We: one Hundred
and Fifty-fifth Itreet
tbPRKU Ki:u,ui:rn;u, grchl.
Itot. of No. :; Riverside Drive
neaae. He an id grrgngmntl ha.l
been perfected for t ... prote. Hon of h
"quartet" from the West Mid I'raon.
anl that ho had every reason tu ,.
lliAe the trial wouul not be interrupted
by any subordinate tragedy
"Mv idea fo.lowlng th completion Ol
the Jury la to firat prov lh death of
Herman Ronthl." h - I "Th..
will bu dono by Balling I'r. Otto F
BchulU. who performed th tutopsy,
and tile policemun woo found tho body
IContlQUMl u becoud J'aso.J
Wfot
11 Circulation Books Open to All."
VamSP NEW
u
Fl
COPS TELL BOARD;
"Men Higher Up" to Blame
for Scandals, Says Patrol
man's Wife in Speech.
PLEA FOR MORE WAGES.
Hiijh Cost of Living Makes
Raises for Men Necessity,
Housewives Declare.
The high coat of llvlna; nu preaented
to-day before the lVidiret OORUBtttOe
an argument In favor of Increasing the
ealary of policemen. Thla committee la
an OfffhOOt of the Hoard of Kxtimate
and w aa appointed by the board to "fry
the fnt" OUt of niurilcluol departmental
appropriation.
t.'nder the prraent condition of affair
policemen, newly appointed, receive
but MI0 a year. Out of thla amnll
lum they are required to pay for their
Uniform!, fee to tha penalon fund,
lnaurance and care for their beds and
"OhtneSH In the Htatlon hounca. Thla
all amounta to an average of about
two hundred dollars a year. Xhe aame
rule applies to policemen of other grade
who huve put In from five to twenty
year on In. force, but who receive
automatical IIMfOMOt of wage until tho
11.400 marl: Is reached.
The high coat of living argument
wna voiced by eeveral women wives
of policemen who were present and
bravely "atood up" before the dlarrlm
Ina'.lna: membra of the committee ami
declared policemen In general were un
derpaid. Mr. Klake Folk, wife of a
p; reman, resolutely an. and aald.
MWe wives of policeman have much
to oontend with. Ill the firet place, We
are confronted by police acnmlal. Our
hu bendl ar, branded all In one breath.
Hut we -our husbands I mean are
Innooent of any Wrongdoing 1 mean
the average poll CO man. Wo hear a
Whole lot about the man 'higher up.'
Who In he" An our husband who do
faithful polios duty, all to bu ao ued '
1 do not hsllsVa the members of this
honorable committee will VOta against
an InoreaSI of salary for our guardian
of the peace."
A number of other wumen wlvea of
pnlli eman were preient an, I all nodded
m fcoquleiencg of the uttsranos of Mr.
Folks. The Dommlttee. ov. r whom Pre,
idem McAneiiy nrssldad, hsld dsolalon In
reserve pending a later meeting of the
body.
POLICE INQUIRY RENEWED.
i nri i.it ( .imlulttee Keauiuea Ita
Invealluratlnna.
The Curran AldsrmaAlo Inv.-stlgstln?
Committee rasumsd iu Intsrrupted
healing m the police Invsstlgatlon to
day with 1'ollcu Utautennnt Fran.; J.
F nn aa It rt v'.t ..
T, nmlttsS took up the cae of
Rosea Bsnedstto, u patrolman, who wa
appointed May a. Itlf, by Commissioner
Waldo, afcr being rejected by former
Commlsslonefi Cropney and Bingham,
Charges war filed against Benedetto
by a bartender named Hoy.i, who com
plglnsd th patrolman bad beaten him,
Copt, Dominion Henry, who booh
nwndsd tha Moroor rtroot itatlon l
th Hi'' BndttO W ata-hed to that
:re inot, also wn nitnson In re-a:'
to the Heiiodetto affair. lienedet,. la
now off tho fOI baVlng resigned.
W ELCOME
TO OUR CITY
Thrse ars crrt visiting and liome
COmlng d-iv? in New Yurk.
Thoutindl arc hrrc to ser Uncle
Sa'ii's war-.l is;i Cbttnri to anchors in
the llorlOUl Hudson.
tans from far and nrar haw eofM to
wltntll thr s.ruKgle f"r unlvmtl su
primteV on the PaUbtll diamond.
ijalesiiirn, traveiicrs and otners whose
intrresls take them llllwhtr are al
ready arriving to cast their ballots on
'leciiun day.
7tlOJ"To Let" and "Boardera
, Z,r)lt nt,.l" Advcrtiaeinent
Were Printed L aat Week in
TIIK WORLD
MOg TIMN IN TIIK II H II. I,
The Morld'fl Neareal Cnmpllter.
Uour AS MANY I B Mi IRE nils WBEKl
iu juii Iti Ihere no goud region
why fsthgi Knickerbocker' gu.iis
ihoiilj have the llifhtlli difficulty in
(Indlni
SUITABLE 1 1 'RNtSHEDROOMS
ASU UL.J1KAULL UQAKUl
OUR HUBBIES ARE
HONEST
ISO
YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
HAFT'S BROTHER
1908 10 ELECT HIM
Knew He Was Fitted for Presi
dency and Wanted Him to be
Independent of Trusts.
PHONE VOICE LIKE T. R.'s
Told of Calling Harriman for
Cash and Didn't Doubt
It Was Roosevelt's.
wASKINOTOtf, Oct. J-Tharlea P
Taft, the President's brother, to-day
told th cinpp oommlttee he , mtrtbutad
gao.OKi to the nnglonal campaign in nn
and tha- HM.M waa returned. He alao
contributed Wn,("n lo lh Ohio i aim.
"I thought my brother wa flttad lor
th Presidency " aatd Mr. Taft, "and
If eleettd, I wanted him to walk Into
th White Konae r-Hhont obligation
to any great lntsreet or corporatloa.
On that bad X waa prepnr?d to go
the limit."
Mr. Taft testified that hi contrlbu
tlona to the President's mm; ten for
renomlnatlon 'otalled t21J,tI, f whl-h
llXin) waa given to the National Taft
lluroiu of which Tcpreiiit.ir!vr Will,
lajn H. McKlnley was dir. :or. To the
Ohio State campaign f.li wna given
and I'J.t'O went for m htllanetiii I'em.
I'an H. Minna o? "evr I ird ter'lfird
to the f'Ia;ir OommlttOO to-day that he
gave tl7T.(e' to Col. Ito,,.- v. It a pr.
convention ca npalgn tin year, To the
Roosevelt Natl hi i ommlttee he give
H0.O90; to Walter v Brown, for th i da
oampatgn, . . Bn i toi Btati organisa
tion In Ohio 77. no".
NO DOUBT IT WAS ROOSEVELT
WHO TALKED.
Edward II. linn nn, mi raised
S.350 000 In 1904 appar uUy at
Frealdant Roosivdt'a epccll r
qnrat. Thla waa the teattmony to
day bet, .re tha Clip-. CoainiUtie,
which tendril to direcV.y contra
dict Col, XoonT.lt rc nt sworn
tatemant. One wltnrsa aald he
handled til money. Another ... 1
A pereon he had no donnt waa
Kooeevelt told him on tha tele
phone that he Intended to aak
Harriman to rales tha inonty,
K.x-S. nat or Vall.au H Beott of We
Virginia teatllled tMtl tie had lalkod ever
the telephone from N. a York lo the
White Hons, w ih a person Whom he
had no doubt wa Roosevelt, gnd whom
he had always believed was Roossvilt,
ami Hint the po, ion sail he was going
'., land for Mr Harriman and asa the
I liter to get B1 ,re money for lh New
i ,.rii suite enmpatgn
Judg H um rt S LoVStt, f'hilrnian of
he Harriman .In1 directorate, said
il irrlman told him In raised he cam
palirn fund nt RoosSVolt'l rcpiest. l.ov
elt ataled OOaltlVely th it Harriman
gave him the fund 410,000 In Bash and
the rest in cheeks and thai he (Lovs.U
gave It pertotully to Tie. is ner l or-
nnllua K. Wits of the llspuhllcan n
t tonal Com ml t
Lovett tl Hod thai Mr, Harriman and
v, k. Vnndorbll gav fAo,o0D aneh t
ward the aju VK fund,
II loaevelt r antly s v.re that ffi. rrl - i
man went to nun an I isksd hint to
ive mono) given by tha National!
ommlttoo to tin New or rgmnalgn, l
Former son nor boott wa he Rrai w.u
nei-e to-da.
"Wncn we go l..w In funis In OstOs
ber, im." sail be, l asked M Blisg If
he i.,uid noi po to .v. pi Broadway
me Standard nil Company' ofl anl
,et aom, ntuuey Hu SI I S tint he
aad girond) n irod a cuntriuntion from
those people i aakod him how much
they had given and h aald $i- .
Senator Scott (aid Its lectlved about
gj r .!.' fnrm the Notional Committee
In 1!04 for the campaign in Wilt
Virginia.
"I WILL St ND FOR MR HARRI
MAN TO RAISE FOND,"
The wi loss hHii a Isltphon call
from the V'.iute Hons- waw fnad a ar
the New York RopUbllnan head jnart-
I era In Qotobsr. l0t, and h tuoh tn
i 'phono
I " Whnt la thla tMnUO I hear ah . it
Higglna'C the rots an -ca," igtd itcott.
I answered That Ulglna wa la
lagnfft of defeat," m a.itt, gtatttig
I Utat ha aald U. si had no fuu.is to
help H.gglna.
I would rath r loss th. cianicn
tn th country man to b iteatd la
riu irii PtHTII - kVl nun us
Hulluiii.- - uitln i -o i, i Da h
ui iiiaiii. tppli L K lis
l. J 1 ...till ...... I. ...L
las 73.
1! JtitU,
GAVE 5250,000 IN
GIANTS AND RED SOX TIE,
GAME ENDS IN DARKNESS
' Peerless Matty," Giant Pitcher
In Second Battle With Red Sox
' f "''" lau'''''7h "e'T '.''TO I
vi . 'fit i
ii r . A
! : t-t-v i ' 'i t e-.-t - e - - s
my own B'a,' wa the answer from
ii White Kouee," eald Buutt.
Sett said the vol" In Hie White
ilouae tllMI H.lld.
"1 will send f ,r Mr. Harriman to
If a fund sannot h ralosd fur Mr
Uggina,"
Bcott thca aald hs thonrht he waa
talking to ivanMoat Boon or oM, u.
..aciarad tlto vu,ci u t.. piioae eounJ
id like Mr. KooaovgM'g and tuat he Old
not doubt It wa li,juvU'a.
"LAI Mr I I toll me ha didn't
nunt any ooatiibullong from tha Ptand.
ud Oil Com, .any," con; bUSsl Kcntt.
in. tobi no u.e Harriman fund bad
oen ratsod and trim the moony bai
bon given to dot. Odeil,"
"I lold BIlM of my telenhone con-
vernstloa with tha Whit House,14 gctt
stated. "I never doubted that I waa
talklnp to Prldnl Rooaovolt"
Whoa Qoo k w ptrklna waa in-
llOtcd for ooi.irl'iutlng insurance gam.
II-. Ill l.ev' . ..II Sill, I be ..., ... ,1...
I'raaidonl unl a.ked that l-erklna pa
reimbursed. rue wltnssg .aid um
arty should make rOOtltUtlOn to lt
kijjgj.
Wcott In oinelimlnn uld h never
..aid of iMu.uiin Miin.i.if, ij coll -
..button being iiluinel.
iu iei.o. l l leuvatt, Chairman of
lllirrlio.i lines' ,i.
' rate, hoc.
tede i Hi nntoi ncott on Ib
itnnd.
witness
an
H" 1111 Mllh Wiik.iii.
ri
ear-ol I
11 Kuielaon wa
Hiltod by a rnllst w an ig.
Villi Pi p ay In lb
of hla home. Ma i i
r.n down and
:.'. aftomoon
.-..-.et In front
1 1 is one Hundred ami Hvnt) '...n
.ii. et xh wosTun, .'.in. i b) the Hlinf.
,i,i r u ins 'iair Company, wo. driven
:,, i!e, rue llraun of No. g j -tt. (.,. . ,t !
r.-anue, 'be Broils. To drivar waa not
Psepaynalj Batl Pawsa. ji ii ... i...,-
MasVaaBg m asfSJUkB, Xsl.lUc.O44 -,
" Circulation IlH)k Open
1912.
24
-i
ei-s-ji e e.
- - v - - f. . . . ... ,-. tti
no
LiiUL 01 I ki .13
ON HER FATHER WINS
'I bo testimony of Iir- tly eiat. sn-
year old Ida i.. Brown. aohoolglrl
wltn short dregs and lotii: Janl i-g
Mr41th curl, bruughl I dlvoge for
her mother, l taneus K. lirown, In H
uproro t ourt to .! iv Th, sii of a
witness toattftsd willingly ind in J
tall .iiti.i t h r t, ii. nt. Will. em II
Brown, proprietor ol ih Littl Yora
Inn In lortlkildl Coui '
Miss Brown told J ill 1 llrgerl 1 thai
,lw w' '"' ' '' " " ' r" 11 3 ' ' "' '
1 " ',:H'""1 1 '"' "'" ' " ""
1 vi";t l" '"" ,"'""r Bttondlhg
Ifublla Hcbooi So 19 in (hi elti Hl
parent Wru ieiai iti I. Aa II ll I
I ' ! ' Son w hich iU I rig
I'
ceirt. nnrk in Lis . tha demurs a-ho.il
. i
uhl t..,l ,.t knock ns on el I s
l...,l,.,,, Atutm I,. !, sail ) . I r
' ..,,,, rnnloa It. hi In i niovlne blettl .,
show.
I Kei '
I II lie til I In Ac
,1
mother' trou
aid. "Hhi wa - ' well, aha ..
:..t dr eased in hsr treei ; dhea l loll
her pfhal i wa iti I, gi i hi Mid to run
away, that HIP '..'! -'' n n-
.i onoy In i oh iri tlm "
The kir. lold of ggaln (In Hi h r
father In wtj oillsiis'i company In
Aug. H".'. at lh liradl Houa In
UHla fork. Again ir Cllllelte'g
wearing apparel lac d diauil), lo
UUU UI IH own uiuse-
WBATIIBR. Hal
to AIL
PAGES
Remarkable Nip and Tuck Game.
Marked by Heavy Hitting, Goes
Eleven Innings, When Um
pires Call Halt.
THREE HUB PITCHERS
FAIL TO BEAT MATTY
Speaker's Home Run in the Tenth
Robbed McGraw's Men of Al
most Certain Victory.
SCOH L 3 Y llNJ.si , iNJCiS
GIANTS 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0
BOSTON.'.... 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0
GAME CALLED 0,J ACCOUNT OF DARKNESS.
GIANTS.
n. II po. A F.
SntKr's, If .rf I 10 0 0
Doyle, lb. .... 0 1 2 5 0
Becker, cf . I 0 0 0 0
Murray, rf., If. 2 I .1 0 0
Mcrl.lc. Ib 1 111 0 i
Herzog, 3b . I J 2 4 0
Meyers, c 0 2 I 0 0
Mcicher. ss. 0 0 13 2
Mithcwson, p. 0 0 16 0
MteCormick , 0 0 0 0 o
Sbsler, ss . 0 o o 2 o
VOion, c . oooii
Totals. . .
tM,s 'ormlck
6 II 33 21
batted f 'r Fletcher.
frlaaefer i in for Meyers.
Iinse hit Ofl Mai eaou. n. hlist bass on bar, Off Mathrw-v n. n on Hall,
i, ..IT lb II. til, I larfl on I I NOW York. ; lloatnn, I. lertlOh out By Ma-
th' wson. i. b OoN ns. ;,. by Bodloati i Tlnii ban uiia iier.,.K, Murragi yrke.
Merkle. Two-bass hit Hnodgrnag, Il.i..pr. Murray, Hub g, Lewi IS. dtolen
Bans Hoopar, II), llemog, stain, BundgraHi i. . . p.,.- n i ,lr, and
Heraug, lilt b) pit bm gnodgrsss.
BY BOZEMAN BULGER.
KENWAY PARK, HUSTON, Oct. . Tha Glanu nml Rod f"ox ran to a
ili-nd h.Mt in day Th gcor al the end of the eleventh Inulnx stood Now
York, ; linstoii. !. I'mlro 0TMlgbUl thog culhsl It on account of dnrk-
ms. It was refill) tOO dark for eloM pUylng, mi l the Jnd.'.uiont of the
offlclali wa bteked up by tha mehiticr of the NaUosdU Oootmtaaloa.
Aenordlna f th rule, govarniag a
sjortd'a series, th oinnta ani itcd
S.ii JU bnv l" atsv OVOr here an I
lay "ff "" to-morrow, The next
a i im lii New York will be on Friday.
wl,:,-h mean I I ha .suurday ga i-
gsh4uloi t to Hot Oroundo wui
l av- to ! played in Huston.
I- . uni 1 1 1 turn of affair In
the nig
s, rlc bus roroafl tne birf eaans
In pian
ill aioiind miiroaoa "
..,,.., i for soeilal tl.l.is mill
,i. ... u.h aamoanlai Will have
I I
,Hk, a BOtnnlOtg lie1..'
ri ,i
It of
In
tVorlda ci.mui'
1, wo an ex 11 ,tl 01 of
gamaa tint
had the partisan n
rs ol N. w Fork
an I k o
chssrlna 'he r rnoaog orr
.... ..mm laitrs
1 1. niivii an cr-
ror ,rf I'l.t.c.r'
ti... t pav the BO
Ihre runs In
tl-.e llrat Inn'n.r. th
fore. I tu make en ip-h ll
ill in's w re
llfhl U ss is a rare o, cur, nee.
Through the heavy hitting of Murnv
,.! Hertng Nn York lln ily forged f
onlj to nave rssw
er let gn
i hi'
tbi d'lv. shool through bit logs ana
, ,. a s. ore Th,- Hum's uualn fora I
, . it., 'run' In H e I' nth w leu Morale'
three. bagg r and HoCormloh
... i.fi liirnad th trt.-h. Tl
plneh Hy
was n
t,, b the end. however, for Trls Bpaaksr
ri.i.i i.i.i k w:'h a home run ami -'i
... ., ....I .1 out ..r I i ,
i I oremra i -
FIRST INNINGL
Collins goi
araa an i
rttrll H over on Pno 1
i. r. b it on tha next try
.... . ,i r,.i ni .i.i wo.- i inio a lust one
. ' .,:.'..,.. Usl- :ed liner Into to. fl.-ld
i. anl for tgo bases. I ne grvilM rule
hurl nodgraa. -'"r under orllua.-y
. t ie drive would llgM been
,i tor a boat run
I 1,1) HI ItiVS .'Ol-
ui Anally got him-
H....S
to.lktll ' it lb'
a IHH inn iui.-a
on thui whlstl -i by hli
, . , ,;, . ,., gen i ...i-r the tii tt bail
n. leu .I -' 1 'bed "ii a wl.ovcl i ...,ii
to IMrkai vvho naiw hiui at flist
f robH tn-nlaht or TharsOar.
f" i "i s" . f
EDITION,
PRICE ONE CENT.
0- 6
0 6
RED SOX.
It. H.
. 1 3
. I I
- w
PO.
3
3
2
-
2
U
5
0
0
0
K.
0
u
0
I
(I
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hooper, rf...
Ycrki.s,2b...
''Pei.kwr, cf. .
I ewm, If. . . .
Gardner, 3b.
Mali!, lb ...
i. uRiur, Si. .
Cair'f.nn, c. .
t. oli. lis, p. . ,
Hall, p
bwuicni, p. . .
Totals
. o
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
I
0
0
0
0
0
6 II 33 14 1
.- .i.r.iia t.sig third on the play Mad
11 waa then up to .Hurray to b a hero.
ili.ns i;ot the Orst una over on Jack
and he wung wlljily at the second.
I ., next on- was a hot bouiKler to
Collins. who hnaahod ih bail down
w.th his bare hand an.l tossad It to
flrst. rotlrtng the abls. No HUNS.
Matty Hast ttlorl was a rat
thai Hooter fuuled Into the '.an.L On
Ins third BWlttg Hooper smashed a
bound i lhat struck Mntty on the
wrist un l was gOfloetOa) l 0 ird eeond
for a s. vetch gtngla, Matty naated
two It on Tarkoa in an sndaavof to
,at. h Hoopr off .'list. Ths next one
Hooper got a good start and mad a
eluau steal of ecc nd. T...- count waa
now t :ree and two on Yer-.ea. Yerko
i i .,i la ritear, whien loo... like nn
eay dni .I play. t'.U tha Uiant sl.ort
U3 in iff. d tha ball anl both runner
Wr ;.il. Tht put Mtly tn t in hn
, ii i hi shouKI have had two out.
T . i Hpeakor I d a perfect bunt down
the i BoU UaaV Vtiloh neither M itty
r. r ;mi',-Ui . oold reach. This rilled
t ib M i. w.th no one nut, anj the Uos
Inn crowd o up on ll hind Itg and
hsjwlod. Lc-ii wini after a big curve,
b ii hot a grounder 10 third, which
llsrgog "l and t uew ll,.o.ier out at
lb pint. ThlO brought Uurdtier up,
g i th bajMrl atlll full. The best he
coul I do was alow group ler to I'oyle.
vho threw him out, but Vrk0 scored
on i P'ay and the other uu runner
i Ivan ted. stuhl then got hull) of a
fast ne and Whipped a Ion- single
Into l-ft t.'iat ae.ir.sl both H .eiacr and
l.ewl. W ..stier finally lifted an easy
Ily lo M ,le and the Inning of Ulaa-
tr t.t New York was over. TH&8I
. HVSA TllllKS H ITA
SECO.ID INNINQ. 1
V. Title stood etlll while Collin nut
dyer three strike and he wa called
out. H WOg In-'llnwl to . . the
met one, nut nt a siu-n trom M sirs
w Ukd iwnj lleisoj took one tiika
and than ma had a lung driv to tha
fence In deep c. -litre for three ba
far than IP vw longaat hit of ths ,
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