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Hard Batting Wins
Game for Athletics Continue?! tram flr?rt page. the .?ame Inning. Only twice d the game did th?- home team thr? and each time Bush turned checking the rallies in the bud. Hurras walked at. the opening < fifth and a bad throw by Bchsi catch Jack stealing put the runn third, so that he counted when Lean's ercinder took a weird b< through ?Baker's ?legs. Jos refus? worry over these breaks, and n the next three men in order, one long fly and two on little Infield t Shsfer's double foltowed by ra > sinffle to left at the openu the seventh inning might have c? n Uss SSSnl** poised temperamei allow several runs, hut on a hit run play Wilson struck out, while ray was doubled at second, and though Merkte drew a paar*. Te? lifted tu Mclnnis. That was ahou the (liants had to offer In the Wl an offence. Bush's steady support and the v\.il] mtield behind him stood hii good stead. Three double plays tricated him from minor difficu QssSSJi Burns hitting info twe these. The one in the first frame most important, si it was esssntll get the youngster off to a fine Btl When with one out, Doyle si-rat a hit through the box and Kiel was hit. it looked as though I might have to yield. But Burns t.i] to <*ollins for an easy double ? Lay the frame was over. or.ee under way and with ? comf ,11- lend at his back Bush had c HSiUnC. That Connie Mack was a IllOtroui about the showing of youngster vas ?dam. Before the g stsrted he sent .--hawkey out to sn up, and for a while the latter was < stantly exercising his arm to be re for the call. When It was seen that the New V attack was crumbling before the rr tort** pitching of the newcomer. Sk. key ease?! up In the eighth frt ?'hlef Bender went out and prepared relief duty, it being apparent that Nsw York team ciuld ?In only b moat horcul. an batting rally, wl: the Indian could be depended upon quell on short notice. Tesreau a Disappointment. The showing of Jeff Tesreau wa keen disappointment t?? the ma..o. who had picked him t?? be effect against the Athletics. He got i trouble In the first inning with so bad bresks, but was jus*, about to r out of a hole when Fletcher t ball over Merklc's head, letting t runs ount. The big New York twirier was sho Ing unusually good control, for him. > manaeed to get the batter In a h every time, but every time he trio?! slip ov.-r a third strike the visit caught the ball on the nose and lir It out for a solid hit. Raker took t hist*/ ?swings nt the spitter in th?> fi inning before adding his single to th< ? :' < < " *"! r i :, g: and Collins ami driving th'- first run. Mclnnis actually rann, d for the th out. but Strunk s sharp drive to Viatel spoiled It all. T?steos had no trouble retiring the first two men who fn.-ed h in th?? second, but bang. tang. bang. Mi I'hy, < ?Idling and I'olltns reeled off \ an 1 added two more runs to the count After Larry Do> le had made ? dSSSli stop, robbing Baker of a hit, Jeff stru his stride. an?l for four innin?s handl the foe without difficulty, only two n? reseM?| fr.-t in that time. But anott: M strutk in the seventh, and wh a triple by Collins got all tangled up wl two tiricias by M ?rp y and Baker. n< tln( i'.?u tuns. McCJraw colled a halt a removed the big epUbaU artist Otis era dal! came to the rescue, and pitched <? ball to retire the t?te, Mclnnis poppi to Doyle on a hit and run signal, a I Baker being >a.-:ly ?dotsbkd Crandsll sailed smoothly through t remainder of th? game, allowing only 0 hit Bul this was of massiv.- prop, tior.s. Into the ris'ht field stands. It car in the eighth, after Strunk and Bar had b. en retired on th- easiest of dn bl?*s to the DOS sichant; was the perr trator this time, for he caught' one dinky curves on the s. am ni hoisted it Into Baker's osrn corner. Tl us .a! <eWbration was held on the Phil del; hia bench, and J. Franklin was tl first to run o?n and congratulate tl youthful catcher. ? The Athleti? s found Tesreau for elev. hits during his reign Of less than srv< innings Six of the-?- SfSTe Careful grouped in the first two frames for fb runs, while thr-.-?- m'?re were bun?hed the serenth for a bra<a of tallies. Je did n??t gt*. ? a base on balls, which w-f rather remarkable for him. and he fannc thr?-e men. ? >f the twelve hits which the enem garnered during the afternoon nine wet made by the first four men in the bai tint* e?rd?*r. Murphy, (Jldnng and Colbn each had a brace of safeties to his credi while Collins, for the second time In th -? les. picked up three in one game. These four player- SKBTSd seven runs ring counting thr?e times. Collins' triple and ?chsng'S home run were th only extra bsaa wallops that f.-ll t.. th lot of the opposition or the damaete mish . have been greater than it was. Th ?Hints do not s. em to know what i means to do s??. h hitting. Flames Dry Base Paths. The heavy clouds thai h .tic OfOt th? < n y ail night, shoddtag IntSflBlttes showers, which soaked the t'.eld. ma i? I I P'.aying of the third tame a matter ol doubt. This, however, ?lid not dstel hun dreds of "fans'' from getting out an. joining the line ??t ?n?- Polo Grounds ai an early hour. Thousands were rceilj t? flood the gates as soon as the word ?SSI given. The empires made a trip to the battle? field about M "Mock, and after an ex? amination informed the National <?.in niisslon that the ?ame couM be played provided no further rain fell. With thl-? announcement the gatee W? re opened at ...< k. and th?- onslaught of the *'ians" continued until SVO**** nook und < ranny of the stands was tilled. The groundheepers Mailed t.? work en the diamoi.d as MMf* as it was ipfp . . ol that the two teams would meet. With the edges of gras? pretested by sand, fifty Kaiion.? of gssolene were poured ?>n the base line and set ?n tin- to dry up the inoi.-.tu! ?-. The plan was a good (MM, for when Um tiam? tied down tii? path* ware bald SOd dry and tit for lust run Melon Cuttirno; for the Players Total riM-eipts for three ?curne?. In s ?wnrli!'?. ?.crlr? iyn?->*(-d theJ hieb M itet mark yeSSSetfRg ?llh *tl*iX?J-.*.S :,0. The moni resaMssbed bsU yeariwss AtSAjSSS. After the fourth gUOM in) HtHsdelpbtS le dey the pisp?is will c<ai?e to ?baie, luit the melon rOtttUB prirtiii*** well, I p t? ?late p.i.?.10 men und WSUSeS tmre psld $->0O.??.1X .50 f?.r the prlvlle*-??td ?teinte the Athletics heure fourteen Vims (o the filants' nine In IhfSS gH'oes. (rt thi* turn the pln?cr?. have nlre-s'r ftl0ft,<l<l>>1 M aecndng t?? their Stemmt.j n'nr Ths outfield, however, was sopsy and leaden ? inly by th?1 ?f ow process of evaporation could the tur*' become dry, When the? teams met foH the battle It was slippery underfoot The steady influx of "fSins" continued throughout the morning [houra and by 12.10 o'clock the Mm hem were slmost filled to their capacity, ?Jith the lower crandMand heavily taxed: Fifteen ;nin UtOs lat'r there was ? I ? . scat to t?e seen anywhere, although th? flies of "fans" were still pourinjg Into the va.-' wr? na. The Athlet!'*?*, were thi ,'irst to ?p| f.ir .?n the Bold, about ten miaute? of l - t, and behind ti Bm walked th? (Manta All eyes wert i --a-, ? ? ? lou**h? Ina flgnre of Mathewson, bul hi wai t.? he seen. Only about h dosen ol team walked a-ross the ft -Id and *>? to toss the ball around mer the bench tu. reel came on bj t.-c- and three un? til flr,a:i\ s big ?gur? - . t in a red sweater appeared .?t th?.? jate and a roa: swept around the see of daces Keen eye was upon Matt) and JWUtse, the two li> roe? "f the game In M Wednesday. As they walked field section after sectifon took up the i In d< a?, ning ?.op ene 'l hi I i stood up, waved their lasts and shouted themselves hoarse. As "Bl? Bis ap hed th? bench ths <c-n Increased un? til, with s bin.it- .-n he du kcl from view Half an houi before tbui game begai I gat? s wen- closed, and thu. nda of dis sppolntei "fani stoci oias.de In th? ? : the II mit? l vise ??-. m field from the height? I I I the crumbs 'orm.it;..i, about tii?' progr?s? ?: Ul battu Bpeculators plied their wares Along Eighth av? nu? .i I ! ? . ? f thi police ni?ach?: seats giarhed U sold ss high a- ;l. Wht-n thi '. ... -, mis ths diamond for Adding practice Pred Merkle toot up bit posit! ? bai ? and went t.. his sruri m su. h KO"?, condition that he was able to stay in the gam? Trainer? and doctors had worked over bis Injured ankle a'.! the mornln;-; applying I know n remedy t.. brloi li round, and they eventually succended With th? (liants hopeless!] n tie rueh In th? sev? enth Inning, Merkle draw and wa? slowed to leavW-th? game. \>, going :n to run for ln:r. 11 th? game a* I The lir-st pour dsdslcg] by an ump.re In the Belles ?as made _i tat ninth inning of ths ??ame. With ?uie out ?-?hater walked and tri'd to laite second on Mur? .-n.ash to Barry, it looked from the stands as though trghut hud ths I beaten, but Coanoil] waved nun out After leaving the ban Bh ifei kicked the dirt in disguM at the decision. Which I** H habit he has Bar;- happened t?i gel some of the gravel In hi? face sn?i tbougbt Bhafer had kicked at him. Hi started for the New Corker as though t?? press the poi it, hut Ph afi r explain.i that no harm h.-.d been Mffignded, and the inci? dent pas<"d over. ASahUr took pa!ns t" ?"?plain the matter t<? Baker on his way to the lines, and no Qlifi. ling s -t? crest? d, M'GRAW STILL HOPEFUL Left for Phife-delphia Last Evening with, the Giants. John J. McGraw and th?- (liants I? ft b the 7 o'clock train frocn the Pennsylvsnis Station for Philadelphie last svenlng Bev? eral members of th<% team were accom? panied by their wives. They arrived at the station a few- minutes before train time In Bve toxicaba McGraw was asked,, as h? was rushinc to the train, what he thought of the :? ?if the gam?- yOSterdSfy? Snd he replied "iih, we have to expect that in base? ball, but there are -oth?-r days, and the Rffht is not over." i The Athletics arrived at the Pennsylva fnia station fr'im ths- Hotel Bom? about 7J0 o ?lock and had half an hour ><> wait f'ir th?!r train. There was a handful of "fans'" to see. them off. Wh.n asked his ofpinlon of the victory with Hush In the bo* Connu? Maok said: "It was no surprise to me. He is a t-o-sl pitcher and riayed his part Ilk? a vet? eran." INDIANS AS ^FRANTIC FANS' Travel Many Miles to Hear World's Semes Returns. I'ortland, Ore. Oct. 9.-Amont; in.? world's stries "faM** around bulletin board? here during th?- last tare days w. r<- half ? hundred blanketed Indian.-? from the reservation.-* of Oregon and Washing!im, som- <?f whom bad travelled 100 miles to be where they c?>??ld get i? turns quickly. The Indian i lay? r> 00 the t?" <-li.itn i ion teams were tii*- particular magnets of inttnst to the redskins On Tm dt the Indians all waaited Philadelphia 10 win because "Chief* Bender w..s pitching, and n n y 'it-rally v_*.uopc?l a., news of hit victoiy. SPEAKERHCKED BUSH Said Latter Would Prove Sur? prise of World's Series. Trm Speaker, the h?!?] hitt.-i of th.? i' le? t?n Red Box, was sju?Ked us saying in The Tribune ? few days ego ' I think ?hat I'.ush looks more like Wal ter Johnson in ths bos than any pitcher in th?- Karne to-da>. II? has a last on.? \ bi? h i> minds me a good deal <'f John? son's, .?mi although it has not quite so mu. h speed, it has lots ?if force v?-iilt d .; 1 believe that HuhIi is, Koni? to prove to be the eufpftse ?.f th? world*? *?? r!?> and is i' ing to ?i., far m"'? against the ,: tuai: any ?me is looWn? for." i hi- was prophetic, and Tria n. i. t L.? balled as a tin?, prophet. PLAYERS WHOSE BATS HAVE BEEN THORNS IN THE -? SIDES OF MOST OF THE NEW YORK PITCHERS la?.,*???.!???????>>??????_??_?_?_???????>'^*MI>W,???^'??"??""I'"'~11***** ^M ?t-jfe^B^mtf1'' \k r. \KI.K WD KDDIE ? l M.UN 5. Tesrcaus Curves No Puzzle to Sluggers of American League Recital of Plays in Thii Game of Series Shows thai* Athletics Overlooked Few Chances to Hit. Tesrssu shot I do-.? i, ; i,. . . ? ... I a ' the ci ? . e Sit? r th<.nd, a hi- n w ai il ? and then be hit a slow on? er, who - stty | got him Rub? Oldting took bold "i slow floatei and spanked It Into oenti fiel?! for a ?.liiKle, drawing a a' troto the Phllad? phis preamble Etal* Collin took ? Inaei i one .-t Ma be -t little Uta to c? nti Held, und b> furious running Oldi as frtr ?ai '.hu.I : I ? | Colonel lll.iom le.) hi? ! ra?.? ? ' true a? rom the tieid ?when the gent torea ; from 'in.!' ?1 Baker, ?u.i.j u to the pi ?t.- T.. lee Tesrssu s*o ! ball <>\er the plate and Baker ;: ?but th.- third Mme lie? ?Assied H mar t ? where QaOTgO Burns labors wlcn IK Striking OUt, and ? ?l'Irma BCOTSd. Collin aaliop'd to seeend betimes | A tew s(-aron<lH later Maker and worked a double steal. )?< K MclnnI letruck out Strunk then sliced "!??? dOWl to Fletcher, who had the choice <>f ma?. | in?? a play <?n Collins, nak?-? et the oat 1er. Hi h.Mtaled. and at tue leal BSD I ment tried for the runner, ?throwing hlgl i ?and far over Merkle ? h? .??i. ? I ??? j and Bakei acrassbled tondit ??>? i plat*. Strunk took second, but remslne? I there, as Harry Bled OUI t'? iiet'Iier. "Bullet Joe" Hush, the sliced marvel 0 Brainard. Minn., tried HersOtg'S '-je Ml until the eounl ws? three end two. Tbei I he grooved one that ChSTtlC ISnl Shi I I ling to Harry, an?! the lall reichen Urs' In good tun? i apian Harry L?oyb I struck s spark to th.- SoptM o( 'he Nes Vork ?noten bS bo?ncinK a alntle oft th' pitcher*! glove. A monrieni later Busl Igrssed Kletcher*! shir' w-nn the bell and Doyle took s*, ?.nd base On an attempt I at the hit and run Bums popped to ' ?' : Una and Harry ran over and took the pitcher's threw to double Doyle ?.it sec? Olid hate Second Inning. i TSSrSSU'f spee.i wa-s too tuu? h for i Si hang, ariu tin- slugging jour..; catcher went la? k to the ben? h. Hush ISlsed ? 1 high one to light, and Mai ray BTSS under i it. witn two out, fdurph) ?shot a single ?te 'leei' slant that l'|.?i< n?-- could hSXdl) ? at'.p. Than OMrtng vallopsd om to right, sending Murphy t?. third, UoQras I ordered ? rsndsll snd l'i?'iuiii?- to Umber lip, <t- OMrlng wtnl t> second ba-..- uii IMteStSd? Collins sent one tablSSiUg over ! th?- intuid? i - h? ?.I l'.i a siiikI?-. bil -? j ond In two trial.-. tending MUiphj and I oidring over tii*- plate. ? ??inns, however, i was forced u* seionu wh?sn Doyle i a great stop of Bsker'i t-avan?. ii k and ! ran over to touch ???< ond : i Butl. ruled m despotic tsshlon in the last half of the frame, th? ??.. ?going out in Indian til?-. iC?Tlllg a CUrva like . a snipe un the Wing, lie got Sbsfof os a grounOSr to Collins, Murray on a pop tly ? to the same tu-lde? and Mi Lean on a . weak foul fly to beh?ng. Third Inning. George Hums node a n?at capture of B tcrrin. liner from Mclnnls? He also took cliarg?' of Btrunk'S Offering, while Barry rgl ? " s ?it 11 * fi; t.. Mr Leen Bush tied the Giaiith Into knots in their Home ToivnFans Shout for Bush llnbirr.l Mli.n . O. f. ??One hundred ant ,,\ ratbasssstle rMsea? ?.f Btslaeed R ilhrrrd nt fil?- letSgfUph OAett till? i?f l.ri.i.?i) and ?litne.t (h?-lr nun??-? tr> the (?Allowing teleglBI ?<? their frin.iv t.mn? m m. Leslie Boafai ' Mi?- ?m.lrr?licn?-<1 SSSSUd our h???rtt ? ..un i iln! itlnn? f??r Tour vl'tn'v ?...I?.? ii ! nl?o the wn-W of .?nur ?Llr piirtner. Bead*-*, kotk sf Beedasei, Ike ?M lows I? nuil ?till I.?- able ?n,en ill ? ? Irl.rHt ion? Im '-'not hew.' An liMitMli.in i? ?-1 leaded Is fan und Urinier Is eaoss Is l?annr?l a? mn.n 11? rrlrii.,,1, when Ihr . .-I.-I.r.if I'.ti ?Mil t.e < <nn|.trtr?l." Of ti.'- third frame He r.'\ : ?low ball, fast ball and . until no ?me knew what eras coming m? kle floated a "fielder's delight ' i ? Strunk, and Tesreau retired to the bench after mis !n* three HerSOg lifted .? Ilttl? By to ?'??111ns. Fourth Inmnq. To ths amusement "f the crowd, s*fhang periorn.fd hi*- strike-ou! special!] t?. ?tau the fourth Inning, Hush ?Jiie?*rrd to the echo, dropped a slngts In centrs Held, Huma making a oooderful running p?lek up Bhafer caught Murpby's ti>, and ? i ? ddring out at Brst. I - O ? nt OUI ?in thS third bas?* p. coach along an) runners who might gel ?.n. and the pujcm on the Philadelphia bench t?"k occasion to tw.t him until Hi?:?! restorid ord? r. D ?-t.ut.li by raising s foul flj to ?Baker ? bat got a ?Ingle over second base ? M ;.? Che? i ed. FOt.f habit ai?.| a mixture of Hush's curves forced Bun ? .1 .i again, after whl b notches . second bass Bhafer sent anotb? hopping grounder to foll?n?, who threw him out at t'.r-t Fifth Inning. ColllM missed a two hnK<-er to riKht by a couple of Inchon md then lined solidly to MUITS WhO made the ??.itch Fletcher ra.?d over behind third base to like In Baker'e twisting foul r?-. while Mclnnls ? rove a il; Which found ? resting pla. e i., Murray*? n*it. Th?- Oiants a. hleved their t'.i-t run In thi-? inning, and -?nv* the gloomy "fans' something to glonl geer While ?he . rowd . he? red. clapped and stamped. Hush walked Murmy on lour bans? Like a dash i:?d stole to ft? one! and K?Hopt-d lrd when Behang*? throw rotted out t.. centre Bold. McLean again stood m th.- pinch ?vith a waib'p through J. Prank? Ha Baker*? legs to let ItaMi ??"i Murray rushed over the plate Belting upon the slim chanoe ?.tf?r?d. McOraw seat the Beet foot, ?i Clauds Cooper Into th? Kam. t.. riui lor Moldeen Merkle booeted to Murphy m nKht field, but Cooper mad.? Ofl With a Clean Steal of -K-unJ lase That ?.. did not travel fnither ret era? due lo a remarkable leaping cab h ? ?> Eddie ?v.iiins. Tesrsau's groundet t.. H.?k.i \A tranced Cooper to the fur turn, but there !??? rei ..?li.?-d while Haker also took caro of Her-o-Ts grounder. Sixth Inning. The crowd' Of the New York portion ..-mrmed when Mtrunk took hold of ?me and tent it whlstlwiK to left centre hti?i Barns, however, ran ttke the wind and was then m time to mak?; a tens.i tional catch. Harry t*ot a hit, a Mice to rlghl Held, but he remained at first while Wiii-on made a ?entatlonal ?at? h of Scoring of Runs Began Early and Ceased Not Until Bush Had Received a Big Margin to Work On. j Schar.,- : end 1 I II ? ? .' M . - ted Into ' " ? I. but Bun to s doubl?? plsv, Bush to Mcinnls Seventh Inning. Murph ! ? ... : rick-, t il ha wog for?.cd at .-e ??? i h i 1 : ' groundei to Kiel ? i ?.. ? double plaj sss In .- ght, but Murph) ... o i "? ? oft a han Lsrrj ti throw to Brat, -o thai Oldrlng reached the j i..?-' m eat? t] ? Bddi? Coll ru dro* i ill Into ti??' uppei tier, but hall waa (ou ... feet, and the igger tad to t i .? ? i ling of a ? ? did the , nest beat thing Plcklni : that ? . him, ;.. i- nt it s hlstllng over the like a rifle bal B inclng the brick ?*. ill, it avoided Murraj and i rolled swsy. By the time it was returned i to the diamond Collins wse on third imid Oldring had airead* seorsd. Then Bskei eenl . issllng single into centre field and toon n ? "? M se "Just a minuter' said M draw to Rig 1er. "i would fuiu whisper to Tesrssu." ?No one knows what McOraw asid, hut I Jeff walked c.u? I t the box and 'Mis ?ran I dali aras es Isd In The eraln? nt phyei ? Inn from Fowler, Ind., prescribed a' WALTER SCHANG. Hard Blow for Housetop "Fans" riiibiflelphls. Oct. f?.?The rhlef of the Boreas of ll-iibling lns|ie?-tlnn notified ISMn "f properties ?iirrniiniiina Shlbe I'ark to-day Hint the? ?hould not, be <-.iil?.e of the daageS iavetVOd? permit per ...n^ tu ?>??? ui>> their housetop? during the pisyisg of the world'? ?SelSS name? in thi? ? ity. While yestetdsjg*? ?turne ?.?a? in progr?s the roofs i)f ihr dnrlllag? mar the ball p.irU ??en- crowded l?> "tan?." anil till* ? in i.itliorlti?-? take tin- ?laid that this mi? had to a ?erhiu? a. ? iili-nl. It w a? estimated thai ten Iheasaad /a?? the gams froin i.iit?l<li? the pail?. ItekStS .?.?ri- ?..bl f..r ???.it? on heasStegSi S2 be lag the prb e (jener.?11.? ?lu? raed. "hi ' ? p" for Mclnnla ami lined Into l??:r:> Doyle's hands. ? -. 11 1 Baker a:^i completed a ' r pulled tii-- . rowd to it. f. ibis along the third base line to start t th? | ai i Murray ? - ? ? . . gnd agalfl Mc* tried ? '"i? '? i break ': ??? in to run tor Merkle, out nothing happ?... Crands ? u I - ?ed out by Eighth Inning. '.v .it-- ? went to Bnt hase ?vhen the Giants took the ?Vlrt in the eighth Inning. lall took ? are "' Strunks blow and Barn 'e hi th bound weni ems waj Behang however, joined baker Club" by driving one of i'?., .., , -..?...-? iieu baila to the os treme end of the lower tier grand at and, As " .1 ?t the ball KOlUK over - -nethlnK aliout being used to it when playing this ?articular Bush let . and ?-true?; .. ? \?. . ;. . u.- ??alked t.? the b< Matt] ' i ; ? rd, who 1, lvs been Bakertsed" in previous series, era?.-.: . ' .m. Bush made mincemeat of the (Hants In 'hr:r half of the Inning. Hsrsog lined to ? :. and Doyle rolled another t.. M - lnr'.s. ??-ho made the piaj alone Pletcher, I t . bunt popp.-d to ?chang. Ninth Inning. Three little fi?-? toil the taie of the White Elephants in this Inning Murphy t?i Murray, iltiiOg raked In Old : , - fou! near the box?'*?, and Shafer was under Collins s offering, Huns boosted a weak one to Murphy Bhafei eralkad, but was for?-. .1 by Murray a,t siiond ! ase on a grounder to Harry, ? '. n? getting th.? put-out. Bbofer be 1 that he had beaten the thro?v and >.- expressed his opinion forcihiy to Tom Connolly. The crowd hooted and booed. t appeared as if simfer had beaten the throw. Wilson ended the game by : to Raker Tammany must be kept out of the City Hail. You believe that. Will you help to accomplish it? Your vote is needed. To vote you mutt regitter. Do it to -dav. Score of the Third Game for the World's Championship Philadelphia. I B. K. H. 211 an. ii.it. s.u. SB. B.n. so, P.O. \. r.. Murph.., rl . ? 1 '- 0 I I ? ? ? ? I ? ? ? a? -, n n a OMftsg, if . ? ? ..III!!.. "?l>. ? Baker. '??> ? 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Stru.-k out?By Tecieau, 4 ; by Hu-li. ... Bmn-fi on |,_H?_*|(T Bu-.li. I. DesMe SSSgS CWSS atd Barrj ; Bu?h. Barry and Melniil?; iioaie (nssesMad)t M-ssg snd GaWss, un i?r pHehed ksB Mf issu (Ilssefcsr). HU-.?O?r re-reau. Il - ??-'-' ISSSSgSI oft ? run.lall. 1 In I t-l Inning:.. I ef? on honen ? New \<>rk. I ; Philadelphia. ?. I mplrf? Klglrr BSBSSd plate. Connolly on base?, Klein in left field, I a??? i" rlghl field. CONNIE MACK ID ID "GET10 END DF Ell Policeman Does His Best tc Keep Athletics' Manager Out of Polo Grounds. "FAN" MAKES SMART CATCh Bor.holder Snares Foul on Fh and Is Allowed to Keep the Ball ? Fletcher's Bluff Goes. Connie Mack, manaser of the fMm. ' Athletics, had a narrow eaoa'M IT? m t-e!r.g barred out <jf the p0;& Grounds yesterday afternoon. Shortly after the Athletics reached the gr^n?? M.ick arrived in an automobil?; and, ?rl\. in;; up to the gate, he tried to enter. A youthful ollicci-, proud of hi* nsw-toun*. powers, stopped him. "Where are Vou goln?''"' he asked. "I'm Connie Mack" ????'.?: the ?.?maker City niaiiaj--r, as he con Untied on his way toward the gate. Th? new man on the force followed him. None of that.' he said; "you'll have l0 ?et on the end of the Une." Finally one of the club onVlals Identified Mack xrA uahered him in. After the game the cop growled "Well, I did my share to help the Giants win. I almost kejit Ma *k o it of the grounds." "Wl : didn't you pinch Baker and Col? lins0 asked a disgruntled Un who htart him. V*. h"n Matty and WUtse, grand old v?. erans Of a dozen .-arr-.t.aigns, walkri a? r. si the rleid together before the gam? ';.. owd cheered them to the echo. Th? Old fallows stalled frum ear to ear, and Matty raised Wi,tie's cap In respon?? to the cheer?-. WUtSS did as much to.- Bl| Six" and the iumu.1 started a., ovti ?gala. Over six hundred p? rsons more man* sged i" squeeas late ths Polo Ground? ty than on th? day of the flrst pun? Ths paid attendance v-'iterda) was M*-44 tgOlOSt MJfl on Tuesday. A mean spirited "fan" suggested that the (Hants have the leaks in their ha?? soldered ip, while another opined th? ? .. would asver n?.ai<* ??nod hunters, (or they failed to beat the Bush. .Jak* L>ai.b<*rt spent yeetatday mornltif trying to secure a license to run Ms net Chalmers euteasohtls. He de*:ared that ?ettinri a license was like trying to pur chasf real estate In Brooklyn. Behang gave the crowd fair warning in Ittlng practice by hitting two ball? Into the stands. J. F. Baker a.so h:' them hard n warming up, to the great d? :.L-ht of his admirers. The first foul of the game was off Oldrtng'S bat an*, reached a man in a lower trandstand box. H? made so clean a catch that srhen hs offered to throw the ball out to Larry McLsaa the Li- 9SRRM sl.uok his head, and ths unknown tftRR put, the sphere in his pocket and sat down Few of the spectators bei.evcd thar fut- her was entitled to a base for ielnf, hit In the second Inning, Bash's ?nihoot sppssrinl only to have sra/?.-d his shirt sleeve At any rate. th>- shortstop mad? I good by assuming a palr.ed expre-sion and rubbing h'.s elbow as he trotted to th* bfl.SC. Edd'.e Collins motioned Connolly, th? field umpire, away from a dlrft line with the pitcher while he was at bat In th? second Inning, t'onnolly moved to th? left and again Collins wavel his am. finally getting "hta un.pa" to the right of th.? line. Then he _ag1oi to left, ?corim tv?o runners with the hit. In his first full inning In the box Otl Crandall pitched several strikes and ? horn?? run . After the Athletics had piled up s ttit lead "Rube" Oldnng settled down to h??? ?'?me fun with the fans In the left Ml blea hers. The bleacherites h'irled ? sorts of remarks at the stur-iy left fieldr of the Athletics, tut he always sent back as good as he received. The "fan? thought that they had taken "Rub?'?" n ind off the gam?-, but he was ve**y mat* on the Job every time the ball was Mt ?t to his field, mujch to the disgust of th? rooters. _ Late in the game a "fan" shouted ? Oldrlng: "Who are you fellowa goln* ? pitch to-morrow?" "W> dont need any rltchere. we'll bttt you with our bats." came the rejolod? The bleachentes wer*? in a merry m<x* before the game started and pelted ev?*T# b.idy who came down the front row loo? iii? for a seat with papers, peanut? at? other misstl.s. ?me fan. to protect hi?' eelf from the ?hots of those in the ??*" nbove?, opened an umbrella. It la*M^ riariy two minutes. Connie Mack apparently does not *?*''"?? down his players to a strict tralninf AM during ths Important series, a* ?ever?*!? his charges srers puffing at cigarette? i the way from the grounds The policemen outside oi the entra?e* after the gam? had great difficult* jj clearing a path tor the taxnab? tliat how the Athlet!?: pit?'-ers to their hStSL ?""' mob ?if rooters iras eager to greet th? 'K' torious athletes CROWDS GREET ATHLETICS Rousing Welcome for Victorious Team in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, oet. -?-The vi.-ton**?* Athletics arrived here shortly !"*for'_ o'etoch to-nt'cht on a special treln FRf (Ten Fork, and received a rousing ten* tlon rroni a croud of several ,?,*"?r|? "fan?;" when they letf the tram l*-u" and svhang. who formed the battery *? aided so materially in the ?lian"' ? f- at to-day, wore the heroes ..f the h"'-| A -bort time before the arri?ai of athletics .lohn .1 McOrsw arrived w^ his squad of National League P_*,2 winner**. DespitS their defeat to-day. ' hands seemed not the least bit ll0*"^ ami went dit?!ctly to their hotel. SARO they retired earlv in preparation f''r m\ fourth struggle to-monow for SUPTSSBSS? m th.? baasball world. Ke neet AM forthcoming from the ?Hants' lusiST? wb.i would h?? bis pitching choice for' ?Mlrow's game. ? Tsmmany must be kept out of *"' City Hall. You belisvs that. Will ?** help to sccomplith it? Your vote ? needed. To vote you must regirier, tr it to-dsy.