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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1912, Image 3',
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Indeed in the course of a few
hours there crops up every indi
cation that Wayman's crusade is
to end up in just the hounding of
unfortunate women he yesterday
said hi would not end in. ","
What happened to State's At
torney John E. W. Wayman be
tween yesterday afternoon and
GIANTS AND RED SOX BATTLE ELEVEN INNINGS TO A
TIE FOUR PITCHERS USED
How They Line. Up.
New York. Boston.
Snodgrass, If. Hooper, rf.
Doyle, 2b. Yerkes, 2b.
Becker, cf. Speaker, cf.
Murray, rf. Lewis, If.
Merkle, lb. Gardner, 3b.
Herzog, 3b. Stahl, lb.
Meyers, c Wagner, ss.
Fletcher, ss. Carrigan, c.
Mathewson, p. Collins, p.
Wilson, c Hall, p.
Umpires American League,
O'Loughlin and Evans ; National
League,' Rigler and Klem.
Fenway Park, Boston, Oct. 9.
The Giants and the Red Sox
went into the second game of the
world's series today full oi ginger.
The field was dark whert" the, first
man stepped fo bat. The game,
throughout, was a zigzag affair,
the two teams alternating in the
lead. Boston got to Mathewson
in the opening inning for three
hits "and the same number of runs.
Stahl's men kept Matty in diffi
culty all through the game. The
sun came out in the fifth inning.
The Giants kept touching Col
lins and finally drove him to the
coop in the eighth, after a 3-run
rally that tied things up. 'In the
tenth New York slipped another
counter across on a triple by Mer
kle and McCormick's fly oub
Speaker again tied things up In
Boston's half with a home run.
The Game by Innings.
First Inning New York:
Snodgrass doubled; Doyle fan
ned; Becker out, Yerkes to Stahl,
Snodgrass going to third; Mur
ray out, Collins to Stahl; 1 hit, no
runs. Boston: Hooper singled;
Fletcher dropped Yerkes' fly;
Speaker bunted safely; Lewis
forced Hooper at the plate; Gard-
I ner out, Doyle to Merkle, Yerkes
scoring; oram singled, scoring
Speaker and Lewis; Wagner flied
to Doyle; 3 hits, 3 runs.
Second Inning New York:
Merkle fanned Herzog tripled;
Meyers singled, scoring Herzog;
Meyers' hit struck Gardner in' the
face, knocking him down ; Fletch
er flied to Hooper; Mathewson
forced Meyers; 2 hits, 1 run.
Boston: Carrigan out, Herzog
to Merkle; Collins out, Doyle to
Merkle ; Hooper doubled ; Yerkes
out, Fletcher to Merkle; 1 hit, no
Third Inning New York:
Snodgrass flied to Hooper; Doyle
flied to Gardner; Becker out,
Wagner to'jStahl; no hits, no
runs. Boston: Speaker ,put to
Merkle; Lewis flied to Murray;
Gardner out, Doyle to Merkle; no
hits, no runs.
Fourth Jhning N,ew York;