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MTLE SIGNS TO
MOT MUSCATINE
Buttonmakera Getting Ready to Open
Central Association With Former
Waterloo Man at
the Helm,
TWO PENNANT WINNERS
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Special Meeting of the Board of Di
rectors at Muscatine Yesterday
Decides to Sign Boyle
for the Season.
The new leader is to be Prank
Boyle, of Waterloo, la. Boyle is rec
ognized as one of the brainiest hand
lers of young ball players in the
country and his success in minor
leaguedom has been glittering. As
cofding to the records, he has been
manager of ball teams for a period of
almost fifteen years, the greater part
of which were spent at the head of
the Fort Dodge and Waterloo clubs.
Winner of Pennants.
Two pennants were captured by
Boyle with the Waterloo club, one
in the Three I League and one in the
Central Association, when that city
was still in the C. A. circuit. At Fort
Dodge, Boyle succeeded in unfufrling
three championship emblems. In only
one year in his career of manager
has he failed to finish in 4-tae first di
vision.
Meeting Yesterday.
commence the task of signing up
good players who will represent this
city in the Central Association next
year.
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greatest minor league managers in
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THE DAILY GATE CITY
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The decision to bring Frank Boyle!leash to start another storming rush
to Muscatine was reached by the
Board of directors in a special meet
ing yesterday afternoon. The direc
tors voted unanimously in favor of
Boyle. This morning a telegram was
received from him in which he ac-
cepted the terms of the local club, today for this next start than he
He wired that he would at once for- needs stuff, for while he has always
mulate plans for next season and shown the proper inside lining in the
DUEL WILL EDO
Giants and Red Sox Will Have De
cided Their Battle Before Dusk
This Evening Unless
Tie is Played.
SMOKEY JOE AGAIN
Beantown Is Again Banking on Stout
Heart and Terrific Speed of
Wood to Stop Giants
Plunge.
ever staged in the run of a great na
tion's greatest sport will tell the!...
story of a championship fight, which
It doesn't require one on the inside
to grip an' affair like this. The aver
age bug'is now keyed as tautly as the
ball player in the fight where there
is no dope left upon which to bank.
Both teams may battle grimly and
staunAly to tlie finish, or there is an
equal chance that one may break aa
the Red Sox broke yesterday and torn
the deciding jamboree Into a farce.
In the face of Monday's startling
turn, the Giants are tugging at the
—eager, confident and cock-sure of
another triumphant assault, while it
remains to be seen whether Wood
and his legion can rally quickly
enough to slip back to normal form.
Wood needs more heart and courage
past, he iB up against a deal before
which even a stouter heart might fail. I
A Reminder of Hon.e. result the downfall of the foemen.
A street fight is apt to remind some Boston was standing back of him to
other day grimly, staunchly and loyally,
but in the main with her collar' cut
low, as if prepared for the worst. At-1
at a
aere are
the soul of a stalwart might quail,
Boston was willing to concede noth-
Starting the final battle, both clubs
can look back on ten thousand turns
right field Wednesday, a week ago,:
would have closed out the show Sat-
again in twenty chances. If any one
hl
Boston stood back of Wood yester-jon
day confidently, jubilantly, joyously—
foreseeing but one result, and that
Manhattan's machine bumped Smoky
Joe into the gravel ditch, Boston was
willing to concede that anything can I
happen. But having seen Wood wea-iYork
And it is this multitude of alibis
and ifs, compiled by partisans of both
clubs, which will carry the series
further into the gossip of future than'
any ever played. Ten dozen adding
machines manipulated by experts
couldn't tabulate the possibilities of
these last seven games by working
over-time a decade
lo,through
ability to rally time and again in the
National League fight, which put Mc
Graw's club beyond all danger at the
end.
Monday, trailing three games to
one, their first rush carried them
over the straight form of Buck O'
Brien who was carted in scattered
efgments from the flald. Yesterday
they fired so many poisoned arrows
into Joe Wood by the end of the first
round that he resembled a porcupine
with all quills flying to the wind.
Boston had built her team around
Wood to a large extent, psychologic
ally if not physically. Wood could
not be beaten when the show-down
came, and he was forced to the test
1 8'
for another
may stand unequalled
century.
But once before, under the modern
system, have two ball clubs ever gone
to seven games to end a series. To
day two teams have not only whit
led, slashed, reeled and fought their
way to seven games, but having tied
a record in this respect, are no near
er a solution than they were at the
start—no nearer with the exception
that one or the other must lose a
he a re a in us he re
nothing short of another tie can stave
off the situation further.
ther many a driving gale before with games, and four of these have been
c°rnered
club. T.O mlraculouB ctol,., ,av«l S?
of seven Giant errors on easy plays
—plays a school boy might make with
',. having been broken
his eyes shut, hadn developed, yes
terday's contest would have given
New York her Becond championship'
of Christendom.
ily
Red Sox machine
crumpled
with their star. Jeff Tesreau was
badly off in the driving gale, wild and
ineffective with mottled support. If
here the Red Sox had rushed their
attack with as much heart as they
showed before, they might not have
won the game against such a lead,
but they could have driven the Ozark
mammoth from the field, and forced
McGraw to shoot in Mathewson, and
thereby wreck his best bet for today.
But in place of fighting back and
fighting with their old-time power
when pressed, Stahl's people played
as if their hearts had been wrenched
out. Bewildered, dazed and broken
and in rout, they failed by dead,
dumb work on the bases to carry out
any rally started, and looked erven
worse than the Giants looked in the
final affair last fall against the Ath
letics. The driving hurricane which
swept the field had both clubs guess
inf, but New York could afford to
miss most of her guesses with a sev
en run lead compiled before Larry
Gardner thumped a four bagger to
right. It was not up to New York
then—but Boston—to grow desperate
in her remaining chances, but the
trance which came when Joe Wood
fell was too heavy and de&p to be
broken.
both runners cleared the distance
with°"t
Wood, like O'Brien, started his
downfall "with a balk as Devore and,,,
Doyle jumped* headlong to a double fiercely but brilliant support
steal, but the balk was not called, as
trouble. And from that point
Wo°d- 1,k®
0
er
Brien*
never on the rim of trouble, against
Boston's slovenly, sluggish attack.
by Mathewson.^ In the pres-l
8er^8
^ew
ing until the final returns are in. (three victories with the old master,and
haB
'absent from the winning column, .,.
fault of his own. Mar-i
that might have turned the series up-1 Tesreau have put across interest in the game was the reat
side down and won the title for either!,
6
5_ coslne8-8' ^ow
I to come back with his greatest ef-
a|c
jn
tjje way 0 deSpera e,
for one of the most remarkable stops: headlong fighting. New York fights
and plays of the year, the Red Sox
unjer
game on forelgn soil wIth
urday night. It was a play Doyle, or Mathewson forced to pitch on a raw, tvivIp ok
no other second baseman, mi^xt mase!cold day
under a warmlng 8UIL
of her loyal
And so when the Giant assault rum- v.
KM Jo. bto gory m™, .Sm?' ~d
Blx rune through gqven awued baae]
rooterB
Made My Life
Worth living
.« I feel it my duiy to tell others what Lewis, If 4
This lat© Giant rally in tne race of Chamberlain's Tablets hare done for Gardner %b
mnat mirn illofovnr h«fl K(» $»
almost sure disfavor has been the big me," writes Mrs. L. Dnnlap, of Oak atQy,i -il/
feature of the jubilee. It was their Grove, Mich. "I have f,,
enffered with pains in Wagner, ss 5
my back ana under Cady, 4
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usual reservations were forgotten or
overlooked in the scramble.
FENWAY PARK, BOSTON Oct. 18.
For the first time in world's series
history the championship battle goes
to the eighth game. Pushing the peer
less and unbeaten Wood even more
savagely than they ruBhed O'Brien
Monday, the Giants drove Smoky
Joe from the field with the worst
beating he has ever received in hiB
big league career. In the first assault
they ripped his hide off with seven
hits and six runs. Before this fusill
ade of shrapnel and caqnister, Boston
sat stunned and crushed. The impos
sible had happened. The world was
coming to an end. Gibraltar could be
toppled over by human hands, for a
ball club had faced Joe Wood at home
in the best game and shot him to
death within one round. Conceding de
feat after this shoal of hits and runs,
Stahl then derricked Wood to give
him a chance again In today's
duel with Mathewson. The big gun
will blaze the eighth and deciding
game for his people and it 's almost
a certainty that Wood will oppose
him.
Tesreau, working in a driving gale
which must have raced dcwn from
Greenland's icy mountains with a
sting and a whip was wild, unsteady
and far below form. The Red Sox
pu^e(*
was no
through
trooping into dreamland. Two great Hall, who followed Wood, Jeff
catches by Devore. one of the stars Iwas
of the series, saved Tesreau later on.!s®r\
but with all his wildness big Jeff was fi f1",., y°rk
In her two attempts before New
has
,w°n tour world's series
Wonderful work by Devore in right
cut off at least two triples, when Jeff
w&g breakJnK dI
winning pitcher, but a beaten period McGraw had Mathew
'man, reeling and waiting for the knock-lrcety
lead were neyer
re™a
nS
the Giants two games. A series of "J^ receipts of a seriea will ap
bad Giant misplays on each chances .°. proach the half million mark, which
as Wood is likely to come back—and I
put Boston in the fight.
11 Larry Doyle hadn't raced into f0rt, this next clash should be a clas-! ""I
set.
smashing,'
the handicap of playing another
the veteran
where hls arm w0rkB be8t
savine a hoas-
lonS-1 full thl
perod McCrraw had
out kick which caught him squarely s°n warming up, but as the Giants
on the crest of the jaw and sent him!
c°n^ued
,n
danger
fa that firgt round Devore Doy,e
,/J® Snodgrass, Merkle, Meyers, Fletcher
Tegreau tore
bitterly of- Wilson, 1
fended by an oversight when the Fletcher, ss 5
Tesreau, 4
V'namoerxam xauieui aave uone tor aardner lb I
my shoulder blade for Wood,
A number of years. Hall,
also with a poor appe
tite and constipation.
,nto j,aae
hits and this broke ap the game then
and there.
est that ever crowned a single battle,
F"
means a net profit of $150,000 for
each club, beyond what the players
^'e'a°
1
Snodgrass. ct
New York
AB. R. H.PO. A. E.
4
...4
5
Murray, If 4
Boston fights under the handicap of Merkle, lb 5
and cracked on Herzog, 3b 4
Total 40 11 17 27 16
Tntoi
I tried all of the rem-!
1
1
otaJ
a bottle of them and
edies that I heard of,!
and a number of doc- 8core by innings.
tors, but got no relief. New York 010 002 101—11
Finally a friend told Boston 010 000 210 4
me to try Chamber
Iain's 8tomach and|
Liver Tablets. I got
they soon helped my 1
stomach by their Bases on balls—Off Tesreau 5
gentle action my bow- Hall 5.
praising them'to all
who suffer as I did, for
H,t
WEDNESDAY, OCT.
\,y 'V\ ''..'-v '-'v. V'- v'
Mathew.
to whale the padding out
n®ver
to
field into a
the rim of dan-
was
tough battle for any
88
^.e fal® dipped
BW^
of du8t and
blew the ball around like a feather.
The Giants entered the seventh bat
tle with a world of confidence and
havlng fought their way
to a long
.1
Boston.
AB. R. H.PO. A. E.
Hooper, rf 3
Yerkes, 2b 4
Speaker, ct 4
1
1
4
3
2
11
4
1
0
0
.0
3
4 9 27 16
4
8ummary.
struck
out—by Tesreau 5 by Hall
of*
Sacrifice hits-Murray, Hooper,
ba8ea—Devore
2 Doyle,
Pitch«d ball—Gardner.
Wild pitches—Tesreau 2.
Two base
L«wla.
hits—Snpdgrasa^ .Hall,
16, 'jj
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Home runs—Gardner, Doyle.
Double plays—Speaker (unassisted)
Devore to Meyers. a
Sporting Views
By thb Editor iu
Muscatine has shown rare judg
ment in picking out Boyle as the man
to handle the Buttonites next year.
Known as a successful manager,
Boyle should put the Muscatine club
well up in the race and give the loyal
fans of that city the sort of a club
they deserve. Better support of a
club in
thiB
league was never given
than the Muscatine bugs have handed
the button cutters and 'with a winning
club they should have no trouble in
beating the league record for attend'
ance.
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
the
8ixteen hits' were accorded
Giants yesterday by the official scor
ers and there was some talk about it
because according to the scoring rules,
Meyers was entitled to another hit in
(the seventh when his hit to Wagner
I kept the shortstop from fielding the
ball quickly enough to catch Merkle
at second. Section 4 of the scoring
rules say that a base hit must be
credited when "a fair hit ball 1b par
tially or wholly stopped by a fielder in
motion but such player cannot recov
er himself in time to field the ball to
first b«fore the striker reaches that
base or to force out another runner."
According to this ruling, Meyers
was entitled to another hit as no er
rors were given on the play and Mer
kle advanced another base. This
would make the Giants' total hits num
ber seventeen.
Another large crowd of fans watched
the game from The Gate City's (bulle
tin board yesterday afternoon. Dope
was flying thick and fast when the
Giants lit on Smoky Joe the first in
ning and numerous^ small wagers were
made that the Giants would win the
series. The Gate City office Is the
popular place for dope Just now, the
Grantland Rice stories on the games
and the dope that he is conooctlng, are
given out over' the leased wire ser
vice if the United Press Associations
and are being eaten up by the fans.
Get in the wagon and get the real
news direct from the scene of battle.

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