To a Dose of
Words by Sclmofr
Music by Coudo.
FEW MORE HEADLINERS IN WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
JOE WOOD AND HIM KIVAIi, .IK.I 1" TKHKEAU. KKNSATIONAL WOItLIVS KKIUKS, WHOM THE
FOUMUII HKAT IN TIIK FIRST <JA MX.
BOTH TEAMS THROW
SCIENCE TO WINDS
It's an Even Break Now for the World's Champion
ship Series and the Team That Starts Playing
Real Ball Will Have the Edge On Its Enemy.
By Grantland Rice
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 10.—Grand old form-dope
skids off the trail and vanishes for good and all.
Blown full of holes, twisted out of gear and kicked
in the slats there isn't any dope to work with today.
There is nothing left now but two ball clubs fighting
blindly, madly for the world's championship.
All footwork is gone, headwork has vanished and
the contestants now are face to face, attempting to
pound out each other's brains. There is nothing left
but wallop. The first club that begins plajnng reg
ular ball may strike an easy trail to the crest or, if
neither settles down, the old haymaker may decide
it about next Wednesday in the last round of the
After beatinig Jeff Tesreau In
New York. Boston yeaterdar
threw the Giant defense so wide
apart that six unearned tallies
A Fight for Breath
For more than a year, a victim
of asthma suffered tortures al
most every night, struggling for
breath. Worn from loss of sleep,
and exhausted by the ordeal, she
was nervous almost to the break
ing point. After the second
treatment the attacks ceased and
ah* slept like a child. This
young lady's phonn number la
Main 7662. Call her up and hear
her story. Consultation free.
DR. NIIfA A. DERBY
Main 4476. 711 So. K.
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TAOO>IA TJSUXK FACTORT
»3i O St.
were scored where with even fair
support behind Matty, there
should have in-en but one. Fletch
er slipped them four —a muff at
the plate presented the other.
With a ball club drawing six un
earned runs in one afternoon by
the opposing teams defensive
play, the gamo can be summed
up briefly and without using
burning oratory to explain the
Taking no credit Cor Boston's
game or the teams driving as
sault or the pinch hits, the stars
tore off, Matty's third world se
ries start should have netted him
a third first game victory. The
(Hants pounded Collins and Hall
from the field, while Matty's sup
port cost him the verdict —not
his box work. Boston hit him
hard, but through his coolness
and courage, only a single run
was earned. MRtty's support
cracked around him but he swung
on gamely, igrimly fighting and
planning and staving off -defeat
by • combination of heart and
brains. The only Giants who ral
lied behind him were Herzog and
Murray, who broke down the Red
Sox defense, and, almost unaided
drore Stahl's two pitchers from
The first t«am which settles
down fo iU normal stride should
win the series handily. No
world's series form to needed now
—Jast a little, every day hum
drum ability. Neither team
played a first class came, the
fielding verged from superhuman
to superpunk—from Ms learuo
to class X.
■ '^r-^^ii Eyes Tested
Js&) V^sSi OI«mos Fitted '
t/p^j|yjl! wtical 00.
aJkNWFE| Masonic Tampls
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
ST. LOUIS—When BlUs walk
ed with three on bases in the
tenth Inning of yesterday's game,
the first of the inter-league se
ries waa a victory for the St.
I .on is Cardinals over the Ameri
cans. Score: R. H. E.
Nationals 7 10 3
Americans G 9 1
Batteries—Harmon, Geyer and
Bresnahan, Wingo; Hamilton and
INJURIES DEPLETE SQUAD;
HOREJS AND RUSHMER OUT
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HURT
IN SCRIMMAGE WORK
Taooma High la. unfortunate
■his year in having her. team de
pleted early In the season by In
juries. ■ Leo Horcjs, captain and
fullback. Is the latest to be add
ed to the lists, having hurt his
knee In a scrimmage with the
second team Wednesday after
noon. Horojs may not be able
to play in the Olympla game Sat
urday. Rushmer also was injured
In scrimmage th« previous after
noon I and will | not be in condi
tion '. to * play. against ; - Olympia.
Rushmer has been - out sines the
early : practice . season, when he
was looked upon as the most
promising 'of ' the candidates | for
left: half. With , t these ; men out
Tacoraa * is j fortunate: in , having
a ; large ' number of ; good > substi
tutes. , Espeland'; proved, In t the
Aberdeen Is if apie ft that he fis Vthe
beat dodging | halfback -on the
THE TACOMA TIMES.
PERTH, Australia, Oct. 10.—
Sam Langford, the American
heabyweleht, was igiven the de
cision today over Sam McV«y of
California. la the . eleventh
round, McVey claimed a foul.
11i... was not allowed and lip re
fused to continue.
OAKLAND, Cal. —Frank Lo
gan, heralded as the champion of
the Philippines, added another
victory to his string today by th«
decision awarded over Sailor
Grande after ten rounds of vi
cious milling here. Th« decision
was fairly popular, but many
spectators believed Grande should
have been given a draw.
squad and also that lie was the
man to play the fullback posi
tion with Horejs out of the run
ning. | The halfbacks w 111 toe -Ctrtv
lents and "Chln<" Johnson. .Par
ry Deegan, th« little end who hag
been out with a bad ankle, Is
rounding into aliapo end la being
run hard. \ Crane, * end. Is still
out with ;a' badly injured ■' ankle.
Nick Brazell, end, had '"a" hand
like a club after! the i'Aberdeen
game, but it Is about well now.
"Boney" Larsea, I end, ', has k a
■lightly . Injured C Jack. 4 Ooach
Perkins j believes ■ We : charges | are
realizing What Jack of condition
will do to a team and thinks they
will jbe more 1 careful.' i The crip
ples are ' expected to recover in a
hurry and. ' should \ be \in condition
by the time of the big game with
Spokane, gpokaue ,ouc week
BBALS BECKER. GIANTS'
OUTFIELDER. CHIEF SLUGGERS OF WORLD 'S SEKIES—DOYLE OF NEW YORK. SPEAKER OF BOSTON.
Epedimic of Typhoid Fever
Among Coast League Players
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct.
10.—With the death of William
(Heine) Heltmuller and four
other players of the Pacific Coast
league confined to their beds, the
epidemic of typhoid fever preva
lent among coast baseball teams
hag assumed serious proportions.
Joe Gedeon and Claude Berry of
San Francisco; Claire Patterson
of Oakland and Walter Slagle of
Los Angeles, are the stricken
AT MOOSE HALL
Local Moose have donated
their hall for the big benefit
smokeT to be given Tor Jack
Grace, globe-trotter, on Oct. 15.
In addition to the already strong
list of attractions Grace is trying
to get some fellow with a cast
iron system to ump into the
arena with Joe Bonds. Tickets
were placed on sale yesteTday and
a committee of friends is at
work trying to sell a raft of them
to help out the old-timer. Grace
will give a monolgue which prom
ises to be a scream.
game in the Inter-league series
between the Philadelphia teams
went to the Americans. Houok,
the young Oregon pitcher, was
found for only three bits.
j Pacific Ooaat League [
■ Standing of the Teams. ■ .
Won. L<ost Pel
Oakland ......109 74 .698
Los Angeles ..104 78 • .674
Vernon ....... 102 t 79 .665
Portland ..... 77 89 .464
San Francisco . 81. 105 .431
Sacramento .... 84 118 .362
The Bank of California
Capital and Surplus $16,300,000.00
Ban Franolseo Portland Tacoma Seattle
The I lank of California Building, Tacoma.
players. A physician attending
Berry asserts that the cause may
be attributed to the water in Los
Angeles. So certain are the con
victions of Berry's physician that
he has written to the Los An
gles board of health.
The report came from Los An
geles today that Slagle, who has
been complaining for several
days, was forced to take to his
The U. S. S. Pennsylvania
team sent a telegram Wednesday
afternoon' to Coach Ghormley of
the Whitwonth college eleven
stating that the game arranged
between the two teams for Sat
urday would have to be called off.
The sailors will play Whttworth
later. To take the place of the
sailor game, the Whitworth team
will hook up with a team com
posed of Whitworth alumni on
Whitworth claims to have been.
after Manager Riley of the U. P.
S. team for a gam« ,but have not
been able to make connections as
yet. There should be little trou
ble in arranging this contest, for
RUey declares he. Is just as anx
ious to have his men get Into
a mix with the collegians.
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Thursday, Oct. 10, 1912.
BANKERS ARE GOOD
The bankers had the best of the
athletic meeting of the open
house given at the Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday night complimentary to
the employes of Tacoma. banks
and postofflce. There were about
0 0 people, including the wives of
the guests, to watch the bankers
tuke the basket-ball contest by a
score of 27 to 9, and to see the
postoffice come back, defeating
the bankers in the Indoor base
ball game by a score of 14 to 2.
The batteries for the bankers in
the baseball gam« were Holmes
and Slyter, while the postofflce
pair consisted of Merideth and
Clothes From Maker to Wearer
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Lenning. Then the bankers got
sore and turned right around
and licked the postofflce men In
the tug-of-war, potatoe race and- -
Following the contest! the
guests got together for a general
good time and got away with
pretzels and sweet cider to the
music of the postofflc* band.
. Watch the Times' bulletin board *
tomorrow for world's series' re
sults. When the bats crack in
New York you'll hear them here.
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