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THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
SERIES WILL NOT END
i TO-DAY, GIANTS ASSERT
Count Xow Stnnds Tliroo to On
Aprnlnst Tlioni One More
. Loss Is l'ntnl.
MUST IMPJIOVK FIELDING
Errors Cnnse Position McGrnw's
-Mrn Now Kind TJidnselvcs
HOW Tllll MI2tt 1 1350 KT(MI!I,
nrd Sox a
First aamr Tuesday Hi Inln
Cronnds, nr York. Itrrt Mn
iron, 4 to .'!. I'itchrra, Wood
nil Tcarenn nnd Crandall.
Hero nil nmr Wrrinradar ! Fen
way rnrk, Hoston. Tip iratiie, fl
tn 0, rlrrrn Innings I'itrhrra.
Mathmann and Collins, Hall
Third Bjatnr Thursday at Fenway
Pnrk, Hoston. (ilanta won, 'i
tn 1, Pltrhrra. .llraonrd and
O'Brien and llrdlrnt.
Foarth fflr Friday at Polo
(round.. JVrrr Ynrk. Ilrd Sui
won, .1 to 1, IMIchrra, Wood
and Trarran and .Intra.
Fifth amr Siaturdny at Frnnar
Park, Doaton, Ilrd Soi iron,
S to 1. Pitcher, llrdlrnt and
Sixth Rame To-dar at Polo
Cironnda, Xrrr York. If iron lr
the Ilrd Sox this nmr ttIII oon
rlndr acrlra. If ron hy the
Giant. th tram will play at
The OUnts won't be out of the world's
championship hunt until tliey have been
beaten four timet by the Red Sox. The
count now stands .1 to I aRalnst them, but
that's the way they feel about It, and they
will co into the itame at the I'olo (iroumls
this nfternoou ns full of flu tit us on the
npenlnR day. Although the lied Sor lead
them three Karnes to one they have hung
on lllte a bulliloit .even In the Mines they
have lnt and they purpose sticking to It to
Although realizing the difficult tank they
have to win the scries from the Uostons, the.
(Hants are not without liopelbyla Kood deal.
eslcrday's rest after the irruelllng work
of the week found them 111 determined when
they took to the pillow otilthofeve of the
Rame which will decide Iwhether they are
lo lose or whether they are to brighten
thrlr outlook Theyjwlll belinVbetter physi
cal trim than they were on Saturday,
w hen they were a bit faulted, an indeed were
both tenm, from the four days of hurd
World's championships have been won
before nt tlio eleventh hour the llostons
made a successful flitht of that kind against
the Pittsburg In ltm.1 and the (Hants have
proved their mettle as stayers more than
once this year. Not one of them Is to be
convinced that the Red Sox aro a better
team than they are nnd they don't regard
the task of mklng three straight games
from the, American League champions as
bevond them. Not n game they have lost
far but what has been In doubt until the
last out. and they think the time Is rlpo
for them to take the close ones. While
there's life there's hope with them.
With Marojinnl In Iho box New York's
chances for to-day's game are regarded
ns nt least equal to Itoston's. Manpinrd
beat the Hed Sox tho other day and has
had n good rest since then. He Is full of
confidence In his own nblllty to beat them
nnd doesn't fear I even Joe Wood. Not
that he Is likely to meet Wood, for Stahl
Is expected to adopt a conservative course
and save Wood for to-morrow should his
team lose to-day, figuring that Wood will
Just nbout cinch the series with a three
day rest and on his own grounds. Wood,
by the way. hasn't appeared beforo a home
crowd in this series. If it turns out that
there Is another game to-morrow nnd
the Ofants faco Wood the New Vorks will
go at the Itoston star firm in the belief that
they can beat him. They have hit him
Composite Score of First Five World's
. Series Games Between Giants and Sox.
NEW YORK GIANTS
. ., AB B H2B3BHRTBSIISB PC O A P. PC
McCormick 302000 2 0 0 ,f66 000 000
HerzoR. Jb.... 18 .5 8 2 1 0 12 1 1 .444 9 12 0 1 '000
Murray, rf, If l'j .5621 010 0 0 ..nt, 12 1 0 1 000
i Devore, If, rf 1.1 1 .1 0 0 0 3 0 1 i.u 200 1000
f. Meyers, c 18 05000500 .278 26 4 1 x8
I'. Doyle, 2b 20 1 4 2 0 0 6 0 0 .200 10 17 1 nr,4
1 Troau, p. 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .250 0 4 0 1.000
. Mcrkle. lb 19 .1 4 1 1 0 8 1 1 .211 50. 0 2 907
SnodRrnss, cf. rf, lf..20 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 1 .150 (, 0 0 1000
Mnthewson. p soio 0 0 1 0 () 1 9 0 l'ooo
i Plctcher. ss 17 0210 0 .1 o 1 us 12 n 4 Kd'
Becker, rf 4 1 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 .um 0 1 0 l'ooT)
, Chafer, ss 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 1401 tm
. ilon.c ) 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 011 ;oo
Crandall, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1 (i 1 000
Mnrquanl. p 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0201 ooo
Ames, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 txx) 0 1 0 1 .000
Vt Totals 165 1.1 39 9 3 0 55 4 5 M6 138 70 "9 "T959
BOSTON RED SOX
AB P II 2B 3B IIP TB Sll SB PC O A ! PC
""!?. rf. l' ' 7 2 1 0 It 1 l .m,S 10 0 0 1 (KX)
Speaker, cf is 3 t. 1 2 0 11 1 0 s.u w 2 o 1 000
Wood, p 7 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 Sfi 1 4 o 1 mn
ftJb r' 2 j " 7 0 : 6 7 0 Z
yal,il,,li, v.' j 1 0 0 5 1 2 .211 43 2 o 1 000
.IrMUMf 20 2 4 1 0 0 5 0 O 200 10 0 1 009
'l,,er'ss 18 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 .167 13 15 2 'III
nii.C 11 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 (I 1H2 26 1 0 l'(X
r.-irriK.-m. c 7 0 o o o o o o o .(Kx 9 5 0 1 (xx
HcnriUMi 0 0 0 0 o ti 0 0 0 ,hx) 0 0 0 ox
!jnfile 1 0 " 0 0 0 " 0 0 )( 0 (xx)
: 1 O 0 () () () .(HJO (1 0 () (XX)
P 0 " ' 0 0 0 0 (XX) 0 1 (1 J 000
a!.'P; s.. 1 0 0 0 (( l) () (, 0 .(XX) () () 0 .(XX)
Bnlient. p 4 0 0 0 0 (( ( () 0 .000 O o o 000
OBricn. p j; 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 .mo , s 000
Tot'-1'5 10 .57 7 ( 0 56 5 4 .219 141 SO 3 "JS5
. . Till! MT GAMR SI'.MMAPY.
f-irst bav 011 error -New York, 3; Bi -ton. 5. I.efi on haws -New
n,,r M..n-:i.R;rI- 7K , ll "T 0,1 Off Icreau. o; off Wo.nl. 2;
otf Hall. ; o f Bedient, 4; oil Wiro-iard, 1; off (TBru-ii. 3; off Aine f
h lnn'm Vi U?ru- ":,b W,f0il' ,0: Vliillifvvsoii, 6. In Collin,, y
b HrnliMit. 5; l. Manmnrtl b O'Brivn. 3. Double jlfi,-St.ihl An
Wwd; Sneaker and i,l,jlil; I k , her and Hcro: 1-lctclVr' and J , e
W .'! Stahl. Hit h Pitcher Ifc Bedient SnolK a V. Her
tori; by Wood (.Mcrr. Hits Off Wood. 17 in eiehUvn 1111 incs' off
I fm,rV;Cn ,'nMlnKV f,fl -f?. 1 " o 11 1 n 1 iirs ; of f Co 1 1 1 ik
finArsS;n WnPfflcn' b 111 c,eht ,nninssi off
Just enough to convince them that they
can lilt him harder.
If the (Hants are to have nny chance
they must do better fielding In pinches
Krrors at critical moments already havo
cost them dearly, Costly errors by I hem
have been much morn freutieiit than bv
the lloslons. figures show that the (Hants
have batted In more runs, either by hits
or sacrifice tiles, than the lied Sol.
livery one of tho thirteen runs the (Hants
have made has been batted in, N'one has
tesulted from an error, although a muff
by Lewis paved the way to threo of their
runs, that In the tie game, The pluvers
who have driven In runs bv sacrifice tiles
or hits nnd the runs thus driven in by them
are us follows: Hooper, I. Yerkes, 3; Stahl,
'.'; (lardner. I, ( ady, I, Wood, I, .Murrav,
3, Meyers, 2; tler7og, 4: McCortnlck, 2, and
filler Meyers Is carrvlng n mark two
inches long on his wrist where the screen
at tho I'olo (Iroumls cut him the llrst dav.
Hint was when he went nfler a foul In the
seventh inning, reaching tip unci making
a hard try for tho ball, Apparently the
ball struck the netting as It was coming
down, but In nny event the Chief did his
best and Jammed his wrist against the wire,
taking off the skin nnd causing the wound
he Is now carrying.
All of the reserved spats In the upper
tier and all box seats have been disposed
Of for fo-dav's irnmn. 'I hum rollliitn sotnn
.'lli.ouil admission tickets to bo sold nt the
grounds to-day. 'I hese are priced nt 1
for the entire lower grand stand and tl
for the bleachers. Hut one will be sold to
a person and the purchaser must enter the
grounds ill mice. 'I hum, who earn to irn
early to avoid tho rush may lino tip nt H
A. M , when the gates open. There appears
no need of such mi early arrival, however.
'Hie stands are so large that there should
ue pientv or seats Tor all, even the man who
cannot leave his business until alter lunch.
in spiio or the huge crowd present last
rridav no one was lllrn.'il jiwuv. llulile
will be culled at 1 o'clock.
SOX FEEL TOLERABLY WELL.
Not Certain of Srrlrs, of I'onrir, but
Hoston. Oct. 13. The Hed Sox left at
5:33 o'clock this afternoon on the first
section of the train leaving the Hack Hay
station of the New Haven road at that
hour. The players were all In Rood shupe
und while not one of them was willing to
say that he considered the world's pen-
mint practically won, there was mi nlr
of contldenee about the party that tended
to Indicate n bit of sure thing feeling.
Manager Stahl would not say who would
do the twirling to-morrow, remarking that
either Collins or Wood would start the
game. Smoky Joe said he was ready
to pitch If called 'upon. It looks here as
If Collins would start the game as he
feels he can beat the (Hunts. Stahl said
he was not counting the series won
until the necessury game had been se
cured by the Hed Sox.
There were nbout COO In the party of
royal rooters that started for New York
on u special train of ten cars which left
at 4:10 o'clock this afternoon. Mayor
Kltr.gerald did not go, but was ut the
South station and made a little speech.
Col. Field, the Mayor's confidential sec
retary, conducted a sale of tickets nt the
Qulncy House to-day, good for trans
portation to and from New York, u ride
to the I'olo Grounds In a sightseeing uuto
and a seat at the game. The price was
115 and It was cheerfully paid. A band
accompanied the party.
RICH BRIDE FOR BALL PLAYER.
Vincent Campbell of floatnn Na
tionals tn Marry and Qnlt Cianir.
l'lTTsnuRO. Pa.. Oct. 13. Vincent Camp
bell, the outfielder of the Huston Na
tionals, has played his last game of pro
fessional baseball. An announcement Is
made here that he Is to be married to
Miss Katherlne Munhnll, daughter of Mrs.
A. M. Munhatl. When a reporter called
at the Munhall home In South I.tnden
avenue to-day Mrs. Munhall said : "Yes,
they are to be married, but we have not
decided Just yet when the wedding will
The prospective bride belongs to one
of the oldest and wealthiest or I'ltsbuig
families. She Is active In society and Is
popular In the athletic set at the country
club. Mr. Campbell and Miss Munhail
were Introduced In the crand stand nt
Forbes Field one day late In 1910 and
their romance started right there. Camp
bell sajs he has quit baseball nnd Is going
Into the brokerage business In St. Ixiuls
At Demter Park.
Havana Hed Sox . .0 2 0 0 0 ; 0 o-'Vf '
Cypress Hills u 1 0 n 1 u n u -3 7
(lame called on Recount of darkntsv
naileries- .Shellsaoit Dlion. Krtldlrrand Hemp,
At Farmrr'a Osnl.
Farmers n. n. C oooooo;o t
Havana Reel Sol 0 0 o n I n n o 3 i s u
batteries -Spilnrnian and Arorrllo, McDonald
Farmers . . n n n 2 n n o t olj's Ei
hprlnenrld o I n o t o o n 02 7 '
Hatterlcs-CroHfll and Murray; Zlnzer and
MARQUARD WILL PITCH
FOR THE GIANTS TO-DAY
Wood Heady, but Either O'Hrlen
or liny Collins Mny Work
for Hed Sox.
EHBKTS AFTKH SHECKAHD?
National Lenjrue Men Hendy to
Probe ('buries Against
Iluho Maruunrd will pitch for the
(Hants iiKulnst the Hed Sox ut the I'olo
(Iroutids Ihls afternoon and Manager Mc-
(Iraw bellees that the New Yorks will
topple the Ueaneaters, even though Smoke
Hull Wood occupies the box Tor them.
When the Hustons arrived here yesteidnv
afternoon President McAIeer and Man
ager Stahl ha I not decided whether to
tr.ke chances with Wood oi nllow him b
rest until to-motrow If necessary.
Wood had two grilling tests on Tuesday
and Friday, but he said yesterday that he
didn't feel a bit tired and that Ills aim
was as fine ns silk. As Mnruuard tinr-
nwly escaped defeat on Thursday when
Devore lolibed Cady of a probaulo home
run with two men on buses In tint ninth
Inning Stuhl may decide to come back
to-day with Huck O'Hrlen, who opposed
the Hub for eight Innings on that occa
Sumo of the Hoston rlnyers said yes-
terdiy that Hay Collins, their stnt left
bander, might bo chosen at the lait mo
ment Instead of either O'Hrlen or Wood
for the reason that Collins Is In far bet
ter condition than when he pitched on
Wednesday. As a matter of fact Collins
Insists that a victory for him would hae
been refolded If Unify Lewis hadn't made
his schoolboy muff in the seventh inning
that was dltectly t etponslble fur tlnee
In the Hoston camp last night un
bounded confidence, prevailed, but there
was common sense and shrewd Judgment
shown too. The Hed Sox regard Mar
guard as extremely dangeious. They are
not absolutely sine of beating him to
day and for that reason It Is said that
they believe It would be foulhurdy to use
Wood up In trying to beat the (Hants'
"Suppose M.uquard should get nway
with Wood, the Sox would be In a hole,
wouldn't they?" was the way a Hoston fan
argued. "Then McOraw might have a
chance to tie things up on Tuesday with
Tesreau. unless Hedleut should lepeat bis
wonderful game on Saturday. Hut If
Wood should go luck on Tuesday against
anybody but Mutquard the Hed Sox
would win the wot Ill's championship then
The Hed Sox want to settle the series
as quickly hs possible. So do the (Hunts,
but It must be remembered that the win
nlng team receives CO per cent, of the
money set aside for the plaer from tha
tlrst four games, the luseis getting the re
inalnder. Nntuinlly. therefore, the teams
will tuht It out every step of the way,
the owners of the clubs and the National
Commission pocketing all the gate.
If to-day's game winds up the series
each club will have receled about $111,
ouo, of which uboiit J27.00O goes Into each
league's treasury. If unolher game In
Hoston to-morrow Is necessary each
club owner will receive ubuitt JIM, 000 ad
ditional, with 17,000 extru for each
league. Yet there Isn't ground for the
slightest suspicion that those In control
of the seiles ure permitting their Judg
ment and lntegrlt to be Influenced by
this enormous financial haul.
The greed of some ball players, how
ever. Is a wide open fact. Several mem
bers of the (Rants and Keil Sox cannot
unilerstanil why they snouM not receive a
share of each game's receipts and all of
them. It Is declared, are violently opposed
to the National Commission's 10 per cent,
rakeofr, which this year may reach JtO,
OOo It Is said that the R.iseballe I'laycrs
iraieinuy. lepiesented l) David I,. Fultz.
fffitn will ask the commission for .nn ac
cuuntlni;, also for 11 chantce In the rules
that will t;lve them 60 per cent of all the
money taken In duritiK u wuild'a series.
Conservative baseball men piedlct that
the fraternity and the commUslun will col
lide In the near future, particularly If the
financial affairs of the commission are
made the object of attack.
If the commlsslou'.s takeoff this vear
amounts tn JIO.OOO. the money. It Is a.ild,
will be used up In payiiiK expenses cov
ering a perlud of twelve months. Chair
man Ileirm.inn's $5,000 salary Is a lead
In? Item. John II. Ilruce, secretary, nnd
his assistant. A. J. Flanner. together with
a corps of clerks at headquarters In Cin
cinnati, also must be paid for their eer
vlces. Printline and mall cost money, also
travellliiK nnd hotel expenses for the threo
commissioners durlni; the playlnu season,
not IncludliiK the world's series. The com
mission also has numerous confidential
agents ho are well remunerated. Then
there's a banquet now and then, also Per
fecto elKars and fizz!
So far In signed articles purported to
be by leading members of the Olutits
Bharp criticism Iiiih been levelled at
Meyers. Snodnrass. Fletcher, Doyle nnd
.Merkle. Meyers has been blamed for los
ing Tuesday's (tame when he didn't catch
a foul ball which hit the netting til nt :
Snodnrass has been charficd with Inter
ferlnK with Devore In the outfield, result
IriK In Speaker's three baKRcr off Tesreau
In the same tranie; Fletcher has been
criticised for eriatlc fielding and weak
hitting; .Meikle has lecelved a scoring for
a big diop In stick work, while Larry
Doyle, according to one ball plaver rrltlo
employed by the New York Club, Is "in
a nit, can't lilt nnd lost Saturday's game
when he missed Speaker's grounder."
Strange tc say In all these brainstorms
nobody has referred to the fact that Mc
C.raw coached Fletcher home for n dead
suie out In Friday's game when tho
fllants were touching up Joe Wood. To
be censured in tjpe by a fellow player
usually ruffles the feelings of the offender
who has been doing his level best.
Charley Ilerzng has been the life of
New York's Infield, In addition to playing
superfine ball at the bat and In his po
sition. When Secpnd Iasenan Hill Sweeney of
the Itnslon Nationals braid that tieorgo
Stalllnqs had hern signed tn manage the
team for five years, he hunted up Presi
dent GafTncy and said :
"I hear that Stulllngs Is a crnh nnd
a bird lner on the b..nch Is that so?"
"Mil) be." replied rjaffuey, laughing,
"Well, that's good. You see I'm some
thing of a ci ab myself and I'll take to
the new manager like a duck to water!"
President Charles II. Kbhets of the
lliooklMi club may deny the story that
James Sheckanl of the Cubs Is slated to
Micceed Hill D.ihlen lis malinger of the
flrnuldyn club, Hall players who are
Mlatliig the slory fay that n.'hnnce re
cently had a private chat with the Ilionk
I.MI magnate, who cpicscc! a deslie tn
fcuio Sluckard's release. Sheckanl was
. iiifcnveieu ny Khl.cts up III New F.nglnnd
lie,nlv llflein lnls ago and played his
I tlit major league engagement with the
1 IIiooI.Imi dull.
II was ims.tlvely sta..il yesterday bv
ni'M'itaii men wim mi' in 1 lie know 1 h.i t
v hen Hie NhIIiui.iI l.e.();ie men hold a
(peil.il inciting lieie Thuri,i) at the call
of Piesldi nl I, Mich Hoi irn I'ngel of the
PlilhulilphU club will I.e asked tn prove
assertions iefrtlne upon the Iniegrlty
of pevrial umplies, It Is rumored that
T.ynrli has In Ills possession n letter from
I'ngel In nhlrh he makes charges against
I'mplie Owens, It j said that a con
cried attempt will be made tn force
Kegel out of the nrrsldenev of the rhli.
dtlphla club U he fulli to lubittnUat
his charges. Fogel, on the other hand, Is
preparing to put up n battle. It Is said,
and may explode several bombs.
"Don't pitch a good ball to Doyle If
you can help it," Is the tip handed to
each Hed Sox pitcher. "If you cuu pre
tit him rrom hitting half the fight Is
It Isn't generally known outside of the
Hub that Mayor Fitzgerald once came
wllhln an ace of buying the Hoston Hed
Sox. He had a certified check for 11 cer
tain amount In his Inside pocket hut did
imt reach Han Johnson In time to clinch
the deal. Honey Flti himself tells this
CUBS AGAIN DEFEAT RIVALS.
Walsh nomlinrdril In Onr Inning
for Three Hum.
J'hlcano W I, PC CblciCo W, I,. PC.
:uii . . ,a 01.000 nox, .. .0 a .000
ClitrAiio, Oct. 13, -The Cubs heat the,
Soi 4 to I to-day and now hnvo two games
to their credit, while tho vox havo won
Mono in the series Tor the local champion
ship. It was l.d Walsh against K(l Iteiil
bach, nnd tho latter had the better of the
argument. Although he was hit for one
more safety than was Walsh he kept the
lilts scattered. The Cubs won in IIia uv.
enlh, when Mchulle opened with a home run
Irive. ocr tho right. field fenco. A single I
of errors gave the Cubs three rubs and tho
game. I'he crowd w as t he largest over w Ithln
the West Sldo Park nnd was larger than
the tie nt Comiskey Park on Saturday.
I he iittenilaucu was 30,n:i, and the fans
worn ho near the diamond that an ordinary
llv hit was gowi for a p-ilr or sacks.
I he score:
CIIICA(K) IA. I..). I CIIICAOO (,V. I,.).
... ... ab r h i a e abih lot
Itsth.-b. 4 0 12 3 1 Shrcli'rd.lfz loiso
I.ortl.lf. . snilo o I.cach,cf 3 0 0 3 0 0
t olllns.rf.. solid n Tlnlif r.ks . 4 n I o o
I odlr.rf.. 3 u I o o n Zlm'n.sb. 4 n 1 too
hnrton.lt. 3d 1 tl ii.Nrliulte.rf..4 t z I n 0
.iotinston,s.4 u ii u II Sslrr.lb. 3 (i in- o o
ZeWrr.lt).. 3 I 1 o o 0ii:irr.:i 3 1 I 3 S n
UJistrrly I o o o o (ifArrhrr.r. Z I 1 3 I u
Msllaliaii, o o o o o (illleiilbarli.p.l n I 1 3 o
S'UlUsn.r. .1 o s ; I - - ,
fMotllrU I 0 ii it o ill Totals i 4 7 57 Is 0
WsMi.P.. 3 I I 0 s Uj
Tolals 31 ; s si ia i
HI Hattrd for ZeMer III the nlnlli Innlnf.
161 Jlaii for i:iMrrly In the ninth Innlnf,
" "sited for Nulilii la the ninth Innlnf.
Ctilcnfo .Soi o n n ii o t I 0 o ;
l'hlcoi:u Cubs o o o o u I 3 u -4
!".?n bes Sot. . Cubs. 4. lirst base on
turn Off Walsh,:, oil Hriilbarh,3. Struck out
My Walih. 8 b Kculbarh, 3. Two base hits -brh'ilte,
Uird. Walsh, Zrlilrr, Archer. Collins.
Home run .Sdiulie. Sacrlltcr lilts hhrrkard,
( nlilns. l,orl, laih. Stolen bases Her. Wild
pltih liciilharh. IKiuble play Kveia lo Saler.
Pinplrrs -llrhltid plale. Onrns; nu bas. Con
ni'llj. nelil uniilrr Dlnrrii and llrrnnan, Tlme
:liiiursaiid i: nilniilr-. Attrni!anrr.30 3il1,
CUBS LOSE THROUGH PROTEST.
I.J neb Decides In Plmtrs' Favor ami
President I.nch has made a ruling on
a ptotest which changes the National
League standing. It takes one defeat off
Pittsburg and one victory away from the
Cubs. On October 2 these two teams
plajed n game which the Cubs won In
the last Inning. Cutter of the Cubs batted
out of turn and drove In the winning run.
Manager Clntke of the Pirates didn't no
tice the Illegal batting at the time, but
UUr when he learned of It he, protested
the game. "1 he case was a rare one. If
not imiuue, and President I.Mich's ruling
pinbably sets a precedent. Following Is
wie rewseu .-National League standing:
. .. , " '-. If u. i,.
.V- '"K " rnuaaciptila.3 7
Itttsbure HI .Vt M'.St. l.ouK m Ui
I'ntragii. HI U) nt! iiriNiklyn. to h.s
Lliirlnnatl,. "i ,s 4iUiIIiimoii,, w 101
FINE PITCHING; POOR SUPPORT.
Cnrillual anil llrossrns Tie In
(in Die at 2 lu it.
W. I.. PC. w. I.. PI'.
Cardinals a I .uei p.rowns i a ,::i.
ST. Lul ls. Oct 13. Had either Pari
Hamilton of the browns or Hill Steele of
the Cardinal lecelved perfect support by
their tear.n'ates this afternoon In the
fourth game of the city series not a solitary
run would have !eeh scoied throughout
the ten inning struggle It hapened,
however, that the meu liehlml the ilval
Pitchers 'lid not put up a clean cut fielding
exhibition, and as a lesull of the errors a
pair oi runners goi aiouuii me circuit lor
each of the teams, the battle hciutr called
al the end of the tenth with the score a
tie, 'J to 2
I he heroes of the game were pitchers ll
Steele, the Cardinals' big tiirht limul inl,ul
hurler, and Carl Hamilton, the brown' tittle
southpaw Steele, In all his career as a big
league llinger never burled a better article
or ball than he did tn-duy. All told Steele
allowed only three bits, .Manager Stovall
getting the only clean cut swat that was
inane i- i ne American leaguers, .linimv
Austin got awnv with the tun ml, Mr l.lt'j
made oft Steele by the American leaguers.
HniiK nuiiifwiiBi ui ine craicii variety
iiiih ii. nnnotitfii touched ror seven
hits. Hitched just as effectively M StM..ln
Kie of the drives gathered by the I ardinals
were clean, hind ema-diex. but Hamilton
kept them so well Kcalleied thai thevtiruved
ol no miIiih whatever to the National I-eague
crowd Hamilton Issued three bases on
balls, nnd like .Steele was guilty of maklug
a wild piicn.
'I be score
ah r h p a el ab r h p a e
Hugglns.2t3 0 o 4 'J n'.Shotlen.rf 4 0 n o o l
Maicrr.ir 4 0 0 0 1 I HnKan.rf 3 0 0 4 0 0
Muwrey.3b o o o 2 o lirlrf.lf sous on
Koney,lb..lt 0 3 14 I o l'rtt,3t 3 t I I 4 II
r.vans.ri ..t l l l l o stoxal.lD. .4 t 012 11
iiauFrr, a u u u 3 I j auace.Sh O O 2 2
Onl.rs.if 4 0 1 2 0 0lAlnllD.3b 4 0 2 1 1
iires a n.c a o l v 3 0, AlexanU'r.c.2 0 0 A l 1
Mrelr.p 8 1 1 D 4 ulaCompiou 1 o 0 n o u
- Hamilton. p .100130
loinis 3.1 j 7 jo 17 2
Tolals. 31 2 3 3012 3
iui iiaucu lor iranucr in uie icnin inning.
Cardinals 0 0 I 1 0 0 0 0 0 n- 2
Hruwrn. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 o 0-2
Two base lilts (lakes, i:ans, Koney Sacri
fice hits Alexander. Ilugglns. Magre, Ilausrr.
.vans, Sleele Double play llrrsnahan and
lliigaltis, l'a-.rd ball- llrtsnahan, Stolen base
- Pratt Wild pilches -Steele. Hamilton, Tlrst
base on balls Otf Hamilton, 3, of!3!rrlr,3. Struck
out- llyllamllimi,5.bystcrle,0. I.ef t on basrs
drowns, 3; Cardinals, s Itmplrrs -O'Hrlen and
rinneian. Time 2 huurs and lu minutes.
TWO JAUNTS FOR REYNOLDS.
II en ten at Four, Mnrnthiiner It una
' IICHd Ileal al lOlKbt Allies,
There wns a lively race In the four mile
road run of the Pennant A. C. yesterday
between j. .1. lleynolds, the Irish Amerl
can marathon runner, and Charles -Mc
Cann of the Mornlngsldn A. C. In the
sprint at the finish McCann had tho
greater speed and ho beat the marathoner
by two yards. Iteynolds had only began
to warm up and turned out again for a
spin with a pack that ran eight miles. He
crossed the nnlsh line on even terms with
.1. Stack of Iho llronx Church House.
rwenty-tlve men ran over the shorter
course. Tho order of finish of tho first
1'os Name and Club.
I Charles MrCanii. Murnlngslile A. C
2 J J Heynnlils. IrKh American A. ('.
3 I.. Schmidt. Molt Haven A. C
4-W. Ilerk, Mutt llairn A. C
Ik- II, Frlck, llronx Church House, . . .
(V 11, l.urdriuan. unaitachrd .
7 II. bchrlng. Molt llarn A. C
s (irorpr Kingston, prnnant A, C. ..
D-J, llova, SI llariholnmrw Club,
la- 1:, lliinphy, st, Vlnrrnt I'errer A. C
. ill. so
. 21 .',1
. 23 U j
llronklyns PIcL nn Knny One.
Hiikn'anpoaii, Pn Oct. 13. TheHrook
lyn Nationals blanked the strong Shenan
doah professional team here to-day In a
onesided contest by the scorn of ii to 0,
HrooklMi hit the ball frrel,
, , n II. 1:
llronklyn . 0 0 0 2 12 1 I l-s 13 1
Shennuilimh n 11 o n 11 0 11 ft 0 o a
lialieiles for IlienUlvn, Murker, Mark ami
Mine; for shnianiln.ili, II101.11, Conley and
A Arctic Park.
n. 11. i:.
(v-a 10 a
4 n n n n s 1
l.mi'liri uj- ,. . 1 2 II 1 n I) n II n -4 3 4
Hallrrles Wilson and Halvoa, Mrugrr and
ATTKItNOON OA SIR.
Internationals 0 1 0 n 0 n n 0 n-i''VV
CmnlreCIti-A, A.: 0 0 0 0 0 n n y s
D1bMlei-stona and Klsut, Kntmaaa anil
M Ilk lMv iB jm IU'l sBc9V isiUA 1 iH li
NO SMOKE-NO TUNNELS
The beiuty of the scenery,
the smooth roadbed ana
easy riding equipment
mane the journey alto
That's what I want
JUSTICE SCUDDER DECIDES
AGAINST JMTI?IG LAW
Adjudsrcs Paul Slinno Not Guilty
ami Orders His liscltai';o
Those who have the Interests of rac
ing at heart wete Jubilant last night over
a dfclslon handed down by Supieme Court
Justice Townsend Sciidder of Nassau
county In the Paul Shnne case. .Shane
Is adjudged not guilty of violating the
statute against "bookmnklng with or
without writing" and oidered discharged
The decision has luen looked for eagetly
by racetrack owners and lacing men
generally as It was believed that this
lust legislation against the much mal
treated sport would be fa vol able to the
Shane was arrested at Itelmont P.irlc
terminal on June C last during the Knlted
Hunts meeting by Sheriff lie Mutt's men.
The charge was violation of the betting
laws. He was held for the Nassau (Ira ml
Jury by Justice of the Peace (llttetis and
n writ of li aliens ooriuis took the case to
the Supreme Couit,
Two points of law were Involved In the
Shane case: bookmaklng with or without
writing and the dlrectois' liability. The
latter hinges on the former. It was al-'
leged that Mattle Corbett, a former book
maker, made a verbal bet with Shane,
then made a memorandum and passed It
to the latter.
Petry Itelmont. president of the l'nlted
Hunts Itnclng Association, determined to ,
nave the directors' llblllty law tested and ,
uiMi-ucicu me isnerirr to arrest any one
discovered making a wager on the prem
ises. A few days later Mr. Ilrlmont,
smarting under the moral Indictment Im
plied In the arrest of Shane on his prem
ises, offered -to give himself up ns a
martyr to the cause and Insist on a
speedy trial to determine the legniltv of
the directors' liability statute. No one
enme to arrest him. however, nnd the
matter was dropped.
The directors' liability law was rid
dled nnd mnde Inoperative by Justice
Scudder's decision. He holds that the
dliectors must have knowledge of specific
acts to make them liable under the sta
tute and concludes: "The law wilt not
permit the conviction of the owner of
a racetrack who has no knowledge of
the fact that bookmaklng Is going on
upon his premises."
The court holds that engaging In book
mnklng with paraphernalia Is betting, but
oidlnary betting on a horse race Is not
"The Legislature has not made It a
crime to bet on horse rnees nnd the court
Is poweiless to do so," lie says In his
Justice Scudder's opinion Is lengthy and
cites many other cases. Unless the Court
of Appeals reerses the decision It would
appear that the racing situation Is back
at the same point as In 1S10 before the
local tracks were closed.
THREE DAYS' GOLF THIS WEEK.
Wniam Start Hall Ilolllna; To-day
With Meet at llaltnarnl.
This week's competltiM. Rolf will be
triintc out over thtee days, the women
show-Ins the way to-dny In n. one day
tournnnient at Baltusrol. AlthoiiKh tho
usual elBhteen hole medal play handicap
Is In order, ndded Interest will be lent to
the occasion because of two extra prizes,
the Klft of Georce 1-ow. the club's profes
slon.il, One of these awards will RO to the
contestant tnnkltiK the Greatest number of
birdies, while conditions for tho other
nre sealed and will not be known until all
the cards have been handed In.
On Wednesday the semi-annual handi
cap under the auspices of the University
Club will claim attention. These college
"Krads" Rather every sprlns nnd fall In a
thirty-six hole medal play hnndlcap. The
fnllnwInR day the Metropolitan Adver
tisers (lolf Association will have Its last
one day tourney of the season at Knoll
wood, while another Thursday attraction
will consist of a tournament for Metro
politan women at Westfleld.
The latest Rolf competition to be ar
rnnKed Is the nnnual fall tournament of
tbe Republican Club of the City of .Vow
York to be held on Wednesday over tho
links of tho Kcarsdale Qolf and Country
Club. Fifty members have entered and
no less than twelvo prizes havo been
Baseball, Polo Grounds,
To-day, Giants vs. Boston
Red Sox. Came called 2
P. M. Holders of Reserved
seats enter all Grand
Stand gates. No tickets
sold at Speedway en
trance. Thirty thousand
unreserved Grand Stand
and Bleacher seats at Ona
and Two Dollars each will
be sold at Eighth Ave. and
157th Street entrances.
Gates open at 8 A. M.
ON THE HOUR
The frequency of the trains
and their hourly leaving
time- make time-tables un
necessary and avoids any
uncertainly of train time
MORDECAI BROWN RELEASED.
Sentenced In l.onlsvlllr, lint Will
firt Cat From Si Series.
Chicago, Oct. 13. President Murphy of
the Cubs projected a cloud of gloom In
the horizon of the West Side rooters to
day by serving notice of release on Mor
rtecal llrown. whose good right arm has
won so many honors for Chicago since
he came here from St. Louis in 1004.
The official notice added that Brown
was sentenced to the Cub farm In Louis
ville. The necldent to llrown's knee, which
put him out of commission Just as he
was rounding Into something like his old
form, presaged his release. That Injury,
which was thought to be trlvl.il nt the
time, pi oved so sciloiis that it Incapaci
tated the pitcher the fltst of the season
and kept him out of the post-season se
There Is no chance that this 111 timed
release will cut the West side idol out
of a share In the eltv series receipts.
Kven If that were Murphj's purpose, the
Cub players would foil It, From the tone
of the club owner's note of dismissal It
Is not thought he Intended to make Iliown
Ineligible. It simply staled that he was
llronLlyiia llrateii In Jrrary.
Ilronklin mn,.r iIbi. f -n 11 a
Jersey again eterday and, as en the two
previous visits, they met 'defeat. 'Ihls
time' the conuuering eleven was the Scottlf h
American F.C.. nnd they won by the margin
of 4 goals to :i. At half lime the visitors,
WllO tilaved Ollll tell mm, lhrnn,.l,n,,t !..
game, were lending by 2 goals lo I Nichols i
.. , .,,,-.. r.. - .1... 1 1 1 , 1
... " me oruiihij-iis scoreu-nil three
goals, two of them for his own team anil 1
one accidentally lorthe Jerseyltes, 'I lie last 1
mentioned goal he booted In when he was'
trying to avoid a home team ninii from
,,lu"n 1 , uri urr MCh
Crltchlrys SnrprUr Holly vrnnil Inn. I
In the soccer encounter between the
Critchleys nnd Hollywood Inn elevens at
Vonkers Vesterdnv the Inrm., tanni .. M II
- 1 ,-,,ii ',,. ,,iineil
off the field victors by the score of 2 gonjs
to t It was generally expected that the
llollywoods would capture the game, as
they had defeated the league's champion.
Newark last week. 1 he ( rltchleys also
won their contest last sundav, and a good
fL . """'d wus "t yesterday to witness
At KnlKht'a Ovnl.
Knlshts of St. Anthony oaiononon-i 3
Harrison I'.C 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 : 1 4 0 1
i-iuiMii auu rauir), aiorsy
At Wallace's Grounds.
rtoyii (Hunts, nnnnoons rv2?i"B'E;
Hldicwood., oantsoor j
Iidttrrtes-Wlrkware and Wtle: Wlhon and
The Autumn Literary
Number of the New York
Sun will be published on
Saturday. October Nine
teenth. Features will in-'
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famous authors on up-to-the-minute
interviews with pub
lishers on the book trade
best sellers prospects
for 1913 reviews of new
books notable publica
tions this fall gossip ' of
authors and their work
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in the North River arc 1
an ocular demonstration
of American readiness in
case of war. Reports oft
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the country are still bet
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supremacy in peace. Ap
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TIM l.(MSN . Mill, HI (II.OHHHI nn.
1IIMMV TKACI'i: JIMMY 1.1,11 IV
BII.I.V Slir.VI.IS, ,,. ANIM KIXO.
.IIM.MV tOTFKV ts. till Mi SHI llltlK.
Adm SOe. Hm'd&ratsM tns.3, IMioneSloii Madtxm
Oilier Cross. ('onnfry It mm.
J. riatley flnbhed flrt In the run of thr "it.
Anelm A C etcrday He Is a mrnbrr ef
the St. Amrlm club and defeated llcllh
. .... ..n,,.. v, i) inrie nru
1 There weie few Walton. In ihr run nt the Klnci
County A. A. end all Hip leading plairs ecus
taken hy mrmhei, A. Itlgtiy won ti thirty
yards (rom (!. I rederlcks.
In Ihr run of Hie llroadway A C mrmhr J.
llrkcnna rtnklml len jards In front uf A drn.
James Clamrv of the St Dominican l.vrcuni
won the run of the Aqulnss l.jrruni H Sn
Ished thlrlv yards brfnrr l. (ierirll of the Italian
Amerlran A. C.