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-" nhiii U nA. J-"Vnmt" He.
nn NaiUinsI TikilT showd a. mr
ir'l' PrialQC rereiWkl of form and cauaad the
g.,' vs tie game. but it did not appear to
!J5'''be. more than a flash In the pan, and to
KrlT.th Impression still llnters that this
K ,'V wui do we nearest me uianis wm cow
j.jto heating the fiery-hosed crowd during
ij" tte" present series.
;. T IfcrsoK and Murray got more hits to-
:' Bar than thev collected durinc the en-
TK tire lfa series scalnst the Athletics, and
N-"; tfcere U no denying the fact that erery
Jft ,eall smashed safety by this precious pair
U rxs was a real, sure enough wallop. The
other members of McGraw's crew did
V little kcslnst Collins. HslL and Bedlent.
" Somehow or other the Giants do not
loot Kke'tBe best ball club -In spite of
their display, of hitting strength to-day.
The pitching of Southpaw Collins was a
. big disappointment to followers of the
. ' American League. Collins twirled In
league games SO per cent better ball than
be showed this afternoon. It la true that
up' until the fatal eighth the southpaw
, kept the hits fairly well scattered. But
. " it would have been suicide to have kept
him In the box a second longer. He was
jyanked Just in time.
Xaiqaard "Works Tot.
Boston "will have Bedlent and O'Brien
ready to don the spangles to-morrow, as
the Brat named only worked one Inning
- to-day, and looked ImpressUe. McGraw
will be forced to fall back on Marquard,
as Matty Is through probably for the
. series and Boston is sure to grab off this
The Bed Sox threw away the game sev
eral times, and errors by Fletcher and
Wilson, also , helped Boston score. So
that it would be unfair to say that either
'aide snatched the lucky breaks.
In the opinion of the writer, the Red
'J. Sox will win the series without much
trouble, despite to-day's upset In dope.
The first hint of trouble which may
lead to serious complications and strain
ed relations between the National and
American Leaguers cropped out in the
i-'lenth-lnnliur when Hertog apparently
tried to block off Speaker as Tris was
' rounding third base on the ball he hit to
deep center, which scored the tying run
"for Boston. i
As Rerzog was walking off the field
when the Inning closed Speaker "confront
ed him with-a menacing look. Harsh
words were passed, and It looked as if
the two might come to' blows. Larry
Doyle grabbed Herzog and, Wagner pull
ed 'Speaker before anything could hap
pen. Last year it will be remembered that
Snodgrass was accused of ' deliberately
trying to spike Frank Baker, of the Ath
letics, and Quaker City fans were highly
Incensed over the affair.
, Fast Are Loyal.
The Boston crowd this afternoon hissed
. AHezzog and several hot-headed, fans
V threatened "to get him" after the game.
.It's. good bet the Giants will have j to
7juay aean nan tomorrow or a noi,wiu
3 be1 precipitated. Boston fans are Just as
loyal to their team as are Washington
rooters to the Nationals, and there jare
a lot of tough citizens In this neck of
t It Is a singular thing that Speaker
seldom delivers a safe hit In a pinch.
but when there Is something at stake
-and there is nobody on the bases he is
the best little batting rally starter in
the world. But for Speaker's timely
"wallop In the tenth inning to-day .the
fRed Sox would have gone down to de-
7 Young Mr. ""Fletcher, who shortstops
- iJIcGraw's'team, has probably played his
last game in the mz world's series The
u Red Sox have Fletcher's goat for keeps.
,,It was his muff of an easy line drive
which virtually gave Butdn three mark
ers in the opening chapter. In the
, eignm uaraner was given credit for a
" twof bagger on a hard hit grounder
.wnlcn came to the lnnelder on an easy
hop and ahot through his legs. -Too
,, hard to handle properly," was the offi
cial scorers verdict, but George Mc
- Bride would have eaten It un
FJetcher was absolutely Helpless at)the
( oat, vuinougn ne was roDDea of a possi
. ble hit by a one-hand stab on the part
of x Wagner. m New York during the
opening game yesterday it will "be re
membered that Fletcher had a chance
to win the ball game in the ninth with
a single, but Ignomlnlously fumed.
Skavfer f Sfcert.
Shafer. who succeeded Fletcher, while
not such a flashy fielder. looked mighty
good during his short servitude, and th.
Chances are thai McGraw "will play theJ
lormer in mat position during tpe re
maining games of the series.
Charley Hall's reputation as a relief
pitcher received a decided shock to-day.
When Hall 'replaced Collins in the eighth
. lit? was 'walloped for a double, which
sent two runs-over the plate, .and In the
ninth ihe-'.wasw as wild as a.hawk. and
tacky to escape with not 'being scored
upon. The Giants made Hall look like a
bum amateur, and he. -like Fletcher, will
- probably, view the remaining games from
. the bench. ' ' t
' But for a miserable error In the eighth
the American Leaguers would have
breezed home in front. Snodgrass, the
flnvt Giant un. Tmked an msv flv 1itA
I " the outstretched hands of Duffy Lewis.
Zil w-t Promptly muffed the ban. It would
f'" have been an easy" out, and -the" Giants
KwouM'have been held scoreless.-the game
v. .k-bs auiu jtx-Kou-B savor.
c p,i,, .iuwii rwh w -o uw surprise
I i of the .Boston ca-ntL. Ham- MTuwrta
ipj-aouDie-ana a pair or singles out of Ave
yjjuww wiv ub Bixne a. coupie ox oases.
', clout In the fifth, when his smash to th
gif j center; seM v fence -went for a three"-
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VJgUa-tta "May Fert. Wasklacta-a
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Boston. Mass.. Oct.-fcW&ke SUM was
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ueme wagner a,, silver-hat Just before
(he came (started. Boston fans eontrlb.
utea generously rar these, presepts and
jnajur riugermia -maoe tne speecn.
Hopper contributed .the first. stolen,base
of, tlje series when he sneaked down to
seconu in-ine opening cnapter.
Two good chances vto, retire theslde
weremlssed' by New Tork'ln 'Boston's
opener Fletcher's 'mult of 'Terkes'-liner
and a fumble by Matty -of Gardner's
grounder, j- v
Herkle fanned In the" Giants'
inning on three nltched ball
Only the fastest kind of fielding held
Hersog's drive'ata the Giants' .second to
three bagger. Sneaker's llehtnlnc
throw after his recovery did the nork.
Hooper doubled to right with two gone
in the Sox's second but. nobody scored.
Silk O'Loughlln was behind the bat. Cy
Rigier at first, Evans and Klem in the
Merkle made a great stop of Speaker's
liner In Boston's third, snuffing out the
great fielder and 'averting a sure triple,
possibly a home run.
The Giants hit Collins much harder
than the-score shows In the fourth. Mur
ray's triple to center was a line drive
between Speaker and Lewis.
Fletcher made a sensational stop of
Carrigan's vicious grounder in the Boston
"When the Red Sox came to bat In the
fifth the sun made jits appearance and
McGraw promptly shifted Murray and
Snodgrass, playing the last named In
right, as pulling down fly balls out of
Old Sol s ras Is Murray's specialty.
The first New Yorker who attempted to
steal on Carrigan was Murray In the!
sixth, ana he Has thrown out by two
Hersog led off the seventh for New
York with a clean single and stole sec
ond, but none of his pals could score
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Carrigan dropped a foul fly from Her
sog's bat In the eighth, with second and
tnird loaded, which would have retired
the runner and the side, as It was the
third strike. On the next ball pitched
Herzog crashed to the left field stands
for a double. "Good-night."
When Red Murray tumbled Into the
crowd after a desperate attempt to catch
Lewis' high fly he emerged without his
skyplece. Somebody had swiped the cap
for a souvenir.
McGraw made a wise move In substi
tuting McCormlck for Fletcher In the
Giants' tenth, as the former sent up a
high fly, which scored Merkle.
Hugh Bedlent stepped Into the box
when the Giants' eleventh opened and
got offvfo a bad start by hitting Snod
grass. the first man up.
Rube Says Hell Win;
Carrigan Sees Victory
Marquard Confident ot Beating American Leaguers in
Boston To-day Speaker's Great Hitting Is
Sure to Bring Title to Hub City.
By BILL CARRIGAX,
Ot the Red Box.
Boston, Oct. . We showed our stam
ina In the second game, I think, and,
although It ended in a tie. We still have
the Jump on the Giants, and confidently
expect to keep It. Mathewson. who
pitched for New York. Is. still a grand
pitcher, as his record for the afternoon
We got a good start on him In the
very first Inning, but his skill and head
work stood by him, and. we had, our
work cut out. for us. Still, we were
getting him -better toward the last, "I
think. We hit him hard at times,
where the box score doesn't show.
Those two drives of Speaker's for ex-
SOCCEE MEETING TO-SIGHT
The meetlas; of the WasalaaT
toa Cricket Seeeer dab Trill be
held te-alght la the City Post
ee lastead af the Chamber ef
Ceauaerce, at 8 'deck aharw.
Secretary Soaaa expects a fall at
tendance, as matters ef Imear
taaee will be a far caaaMem-tlea.
one case Merkle was able to make a
great stop, and In the other the drive
went directly at Fletcher, and. as he
clung to the ball, be was able to whip
it to Hersog for a double play.
Had that bit been a foot or two to the
side of Fletcher or a foot or two higher
it would have broken up the game then
and there. But we aren't dealing in
"lfs," It Is facts that count. Ray Collins
appeared to me to have all he ever had.
He had splendid control. There was a
good break to his curve ball, and he had
confidence. But the Giants seemed to hit
him at opportune moments, ana Stahl
considered It wise to take him out when
he did. It was one of those cases where
a pitcher has ev rythlng. but the oppo
nents seem able JO connect at the right
time. Ray will fdol.the Giants yet.
Hall Gets Bad Start.
Charlie Hall has been suffering from a
bad cold, but we thought he would, last
through the remaining Innings. I How
ever; his cold appeared to affect his con
trol, and It was not as gooa as it usually
is. When he got the ball over, the Giants
found difficulty In hitting him.
We dldn t lose lour nerve at any time.
There was no stage fright. The only
error charged up1 against us was Duffy
By RtBK MARQUARD.
Of tb GUnti.
Boston. Oct. 9 We hae the Red Sox
on the run now. and there will be noth
ing to it but the clean-up In the next
four games for the Giants. Matty was
unfortunate in not getting away with a
ilctory to-day, but. believe me. I will
win my game to-morrow afternoon. Mc
Graw has practically told me .that I will
work to-morrow, and he will come back
with Tesreau In New York Friday.- Now,
I don't like to boast too much about
myself, but I am better to-day than ever
In my life, and I- will be shoving them
over at these alleged swatters of Boston
so fast to-morrow JUiat they won't be
aoie 10 see tne Dan.
"FEHHAHT CLUB IN 1913
MUST BEAT OUT LOCALS"
Sbtdal to Tha Wuhinctoa Herald.
Beaton, Oct. 9. President Baa
, Johaaaaar the Americas Leaave,
whea latervlraed by The Herald
maa to-day aad asked what he
theaght of Waahlastoa'a ehaaeea
aext year, replied! "loa eaa aay
for mc that the elab whleh beats
Waahlaatoa la J13 will wla the
flag. The nationals have been the
Ills; aaryrlae of nr elrenlt this
easoa aad the Has la the Capi
tal eaaaot give GrUBth too maeh
credit. It weald act anrprlse me
ae kit If the ehamploaaalp elab
at the Nalloaal Leaaae woald
play dewa la Waahlaatoa against
Grln-s team darlac October.
Maryland State Fair, Inc.
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two Innings to-day. and Wilbert Robert
son, who caught a few of my fast ones,
said I never had aa much stuff In all sny
I suppose that I will' draw either
Bedlent or O'Brien to-morrow. Well. I
know that I can outpitch either one of
them. There Is Just a chance that Mana
ger SUM will come back with Joe Wood.
Well. I sure hope he does. You know I
told you the other day hew I won every
game I pitched against Joe when we
were both In the American Association.
I have the Indian sign on him. Old
Dame Fortune was dead against us to
day. We did not get a break anywhere,
while the Red Sox had enough luck to
win a whole season's schedule of games.
Sox Are Larky.
In the middle ot the last half of the
first inning when the Red Sox were
dumping these fluky hits-, McGraw mum
bled: "No wonder those fellows won the
Pennant. They are surrouifded with
And that sure Is a true remark. Boston
should have never scored one of these
Boston's next run, which .came in the
fifth, sure waa a lucky one. Again
Fletcher erred. Collins started off by fan-
Lewis muff of Snodgrass. fly in thetnlns-. Hooner alnaled and Mevera caua-ht
Clgnin. inis was uuuirauB, as u paved
the way for some New York runs. On
the other side there were several mis-
plays, but only one ot them counted In
the scoring, and that was the one made
by' Fletcher when Gardner's hit went
tnrougn mm in ine eignu. xnis auoweu
us to tie the score.
There was some sensational fielding.
'especially by Wagner of our side and
Captain Doyle of the Giants. Wagner
pulled off some plays that show him to
be about the best short stop In the coun
try. His stop and throw of Fletcher's
grounder In the ninth was easily the
sweUest play of 'the game. He took the
ball close to second base on a dead run
and whipped a perfect throw to 8tahL
Doyle's best play of several he made
was on Gardner In-the tenth. If be
hadn't stopped that ball we would have
won then and there. As it waa he took
the grounder away to his left and 'front
a very awkward position tossed the ball
to Merkle and nlppd Larry by a nar
Attempts f Block "Spoke.
Herzog tried to pull off one ot those
old-time "block off" plays on Speaker
when he rounded third in., the tenth.
"Spoke" would have been out at the
plate If Wilson hadn't" dropped the ball.
That hit enabled us to tie up the Giants
again, and It was the last scoring of the
game. J. ,
Speaker hit Matty In the same vicious
manner he did -In ,that series of IMS.
His three-bagger on the opening day and
bis home run in the second game ought
to, convince the National Leaguers that
iue 'xexan. is uh siagaxr.
Stahl was. as steady as a rock at first
base. His slashing single In the flrst' In
ning scored two runs. and gave us a lead
we never Should' have relinquished.
1 can'Cssy much atiout myself I. was
fortunate enough i to' nip "some- attempted
base stealers,, but one throw I made was
too low. I ihlt. the ball .ever, tfanaiim
but didn't .make theaafetles'sa'that yon
couia notice mem.
For., the Giants, Murray's -batting waa
heevyiaad very timely.' - ,
uerzog. ,ioo.,seveatne, game, for his
Me with the. stick. Herkle caK
across at tne' right time, and Meyers
sot la a timely cloutT " '"
The-.jrasae shows, that McGraw baa
two or. his three. Nat pitchers
'For the tsdrJ arameI niMfMriM
wIU Refc fr-,oar- aide,- Mr-MnaW
htm stealing five feet, but Fletcher, who
waa unnerved by this time because of
the luck against him dropped the throw.
He would have made two out. Yerkes
tripled and -was left at third when
Speaker lined to Fletcher, who tossed to
Gardner, doubling the Boston second
baseman off third. Fletcher regained some
lost prestige by this catch, but take It
fiom me, I believe that McGraw will
have Shafer. on there playing the abort
field the remainder of .the series. Fletcher
has blown In a couple of timely hits.
which, on his part, will give htm enough
from now on.
sure nut Shafer In.
The fifth run scored' by the Bostons
was the luckiest one 'of them all. With
two down. Lewis lifted a long, high fly
to, left. It dropped Into the short field
stand, and as "per agreement counted for
two-bases. Murray-backed up to the low
fence and had 'tne tips or his nngers on
the ball when he took a back somersault
over the railing and felt Into the stand
It would have been a sure out on the
Polo grounds or any other field .In the
National League. Then .Gardner pounded
a wicked grounder through Fletcher that
cored Lewis. Gardner's hit should have
been called an error, but the official
scorers were kind to poor-Fletcher and
.hBllr.Ml It un flit
Boston's sixth run, which came In the
tenth inning, was well. earned on Speak
er's triple and Lewls'doubIe. ,But it was
the only run the t red-hosed athletes
should have cashed. 1 . ,
Hatty Pitches' Goad Game.
-, Matty ' pitched a awellgame. despite
the breaks that were against, him. His
fadeaway never broke better, aad I. never
saw him have so much stuff'on his fast
balL I heard soma of tbe Boston fans
remark In the lobby ot the hotel to-night
that Matty la through for the series; that
be .Isn't strong enough, to .pitch another
tame. , -
I felt. like walking up and offering them
Mr at even that Big .v8bc will pitch on
Saturday. ,Of course, rain-may keep him
from working on that day. .What. I mean
Is 'that he will work In, the 'game that
fallows the ones Tesreea'aad 'I pitch.
Why, that big fellow Is .every "bit aa
good now -as h waaisla" years ago. IHe
sows more- nasenaii taaa. ny'niron
the taaa. aad I-thlnk aae aaxt"tiae lie
ward In his delivery, and every New
York fan knows that Matty is the most
graceful pitcher In the world. When he
is uea up ne isn t real Matty.
I am tickled to ocath the way Jack
Murray is comins along in this series.
He Is making up for his misfortune in
the world's series last fall. Just before
ttP'went to bat the first time Tuesday I
waa sitting beside him on the bench.
"Rube," he said, "I am going to show
all those guys who panned me last fall
something In this series."
"Go to It. Jack," I replied. "Tou are the
best hitter on the team when 10U, are
going right." r
Ilersox Playlna Great Ball.
Herzog Is sure playing great ball In
this series and using the old stick at the
opportune times. And so are all the oth
ers, excepting Fletcher. Poor Arthur
feels bsdly oiet: his slump, and does the
best he can. but that isn't good enough
for us In this series.
I am rooming .with Josh Devore over
here, and after the game last night we
sat up in our room and agreed that we
would never play baseball again If the
Red Sox win the series. That Is how
confident we both arethat the Gianta
will be the next world's champions.
I II cop to-morrow, Tesreau will repeat
Friday, and on Saturday the Red Sox
won't score a run off Matty. Monday I
will be back on the Job. and the series
will end right then and there.
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Takes Walaut Hill Cup for 2:15
Trotten tad 3,000'at Iexirig-
'ion Lord Allen a Winner.
n UI0wSa?I,wouh,driren-bjr-lbd-GerWOn "" fra"
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waanui nui uup lor z:is trotters. The
race' carried a" money valuation of $3,00
besides a -handsome silver cuO.
Dave Halle,4 -driven by Tommy Mur
phy, was the real contender in the race
And drove the,son'of RedMedium to' his
utmost -ftor win. , s
The two-year-old division of the Ken
tucky was. -won In straight heats by
Lord. Allen, a son of Tregantle and Miss
Fanny .Summers; therefore a full' brother
to the. world's champion-trotting year
ling. All-dale, 205 3-1. Summaries:
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In soft and stiff cuffs. All the leading Fall patterns. .$1 50 and up
$1.00 Accordion Silk Knit Ties gjjj.
Stetson Hats, in soft and stiff models $3.50
Come in and trv one on.
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He enjoyed a teat
'AJ1 candidates j for thsWIgllant football
team aro rsgneied" unreport no Coach
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Week days, Oct.-i to Nor. 1.
Sle Ifnd Trip
Special trains at 1:10 and" 1:30 p. 'm.
Returning Immediately after close of
races. ,? "
The Best and Safest Gun for the
Sportsman Is tha
We are selling many, this fall. It la
a dandy double-barrel, high-class snn.
Come in an see our stock.
GEORGE A. EMMONS,
S"n to Win. Wagner.
207-207 1-2 Pa. Av. S. E.
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