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' . ?. ? -* ?? 47 *** BASE BALL EXTRA! I TtiXs# f>ttfltlt Ssfm3 I BASE BALL EXTRA! PRICE ONE CENT. ^ J JU vl li l vj^ ^Vvl < PRICE ONE CENT. No. 19,toll. ~ WASHINGTON, D. O, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, _ 1912-TWENTY-TWO PAGES. * ONE CENT. Gia Hall, Red S HEW YORK ONCI BALL TITL SEC0N1 FENWAY PARK, BO! second time in the series of ] ball championship by defeat has now won three games. THE GAME Betting on today's game favored Boston at odds of 10 to 8. Wagers were few. The weather this afternoon became cloudy and dark, with a strong wind blowing, which may bother the players in running and judging fly balls. It looked shortly before the game was .-tarted as if it might shower at any time. The attendance is estimated at 33.000. Shortly before 2 o'clock the crowd jumped over the fence In left field bleachers, and the game was delayed while they were being driven back by a half dozen ! mounted policemen. | First Inning. New York?Devore beat^out a roller to WagneV. Doyie slng'ed to center, Devore being held on second. Devore and Dovle each advanced a baae on a double steal. Snodgrass doubled to right, scoring Devore and Doyle. Murray was retired by Stahl. unassisted, Snodgrass going to third. Merkle singled to left, scoring Snodgrass, and took second on Lewis' throw to the plate. The wind tarried Merkle's fly out of reach. Herzog hit to Wood and Merkle was run down between second and third. Wood to Wagner to Gardner, Herzog going to second on the play. Meyers singled to left, scoring Herzog. Fletcher got a single to right. Meyers taking third when Gardner dropped Hooper's perfect throw. Fletcher went to second on the play. Tesreau singled through the box, scoring Meyers, Fletcher taking third. On an attempted double steal Fletcher acored. while Tesreau was being run down between first and second. Cady to Wagner to Stahl to Yerkes to Wagner. Six runs. Boston?Hooper struck out. Yerkes was given his base on balls. Speaker filed to Murray. T atriu won nut third to firat No runs. A sharp windstorm was In progress during the second half of the first Inning, great clouds of dust blowing around the VeldSecond Inning. Hall was sent in to pitch for Boston in place of Wood. New York?Devore walked. Devore stole second. Doyle also was walked to first. Devore was caught napping off second. Hall to Wagner. ' Snodgrass singled to right. Doyfc being held on second. Doyle scored and S nod grass went to tkdrd when Hall made a bad throw to catch Doyle off second. Murray filed out to Wagner. Merkle was retired, Wagner to Stahl. One runBoston?Oardner. after having two strikes called on him, hit a home run in the center field bleachers. It was the first home run of the series, i tahl fouled but to Meyers. 1 tits wMiMdESHHmraSfll^BR 'jv'-'-- flM>Mww*^w,X/Uyyy*^'MP' jWMHRffawMfiWW ox Pitcher. \ MORE RVKNS fl E BY DOWEffli 9 CONSECUTIVE STON, October 15.?The ] 1912, today evened up the < ing the Red Sox. Wood me They playhere again tomori DESCRIBED PLA\ Wagner went out, Tesreau to Fletcher to Merkle. Cady struck out. One run. Third Inning. New York?Herzog singled to center. Meyess singled to left. Herzog taking second. Fletcher hit to Hall and Herzog was out. Hall to Gardner. Tesreau went out. Hall to Stahl; Meyers taking third and Fletcher second. Devore filed, out to right. No runs. Boston?Hall beat out a hit to first and took second on Merkle's poor throw to Tesreau, who covered first. Hooper singled over second, Hall taking third. Yerkes struck out. Speaker filed to right and Hall was doubled at the plate, trying to score, Devore to Meyers. No runs. Fourth Inning. I New York?Doyle was out on a grounder to Stahl. ; Snodgrass flied to Wagner. 1 Murray was out, Hall to Yerkes to I Stahl. ! No runs. Boston?Lewis sent a high fly to Devore. Gardner was hit by a pitched ball and 'took first. Stahl singled to left, Gardner taking I second. Wagner forced Stahl at second, Doyle to Fletcher, Gardner taking third, f'ady went out, pitcher to first. No runs. Fifth Inning. % New York?Merkle was thrown out, Cady to Stahl. Herzog struck out. Meyers singled to left. Fletcher forcer Meyers at second, Wagner to Yerkes. No runs. Boston? Hall sent up a high fly, which fell safe between Doyle and Snodgrass, the runner taking second and being credited with a two-base hit. Hooper walked. Yerkes forced Hooner at wmmt to Fletcher, Hall taking: third. Speaker walked. Lewis fouled out to Merkle. Gardner was out, pitcter to first. No runs. Sixth Inning. New York?Tesreau went out, Yerkes to Stahl. Devore walked. Doyle hit a home run to the rigrhtfleld bleachers, scoring Devore ahead of tim. Snodg^ass filed out to left. Murray went out, pitcher to first. Two runs. * Boston?Stahl filed to right. Wagner singled to center. Wagner went to third on a wild pitch. Cady was out, pitcher to firstHall walked. Hooper struck out. No runs. Seventh Inning. New York?Merkle singled to center. Aga L\J : It, 7 H. 'i?'' flR IV - --rtllp J .J.. ^ ^X ;': . I" -:.vl ii ~ mr&y Stahl, Red Sox Fi ODNT FOR BASE I RED SOX I TIME. 3 S Sew York Giants, for the iV :ount for the world's base |y t his Waterloo. Each team row. r BY PLAY. A Herzoy filed out to left. ^ Meyers hit to Wasner whose throw to second was too late to catch Merkle at C second, both men being safe. 1 Fletcher filed to Speaker. Tesreau singled to right, scoring "T Merkle. Meyers taking second. 1 Devore filed out to leftOne run. Wilson is now catchiiflffor New York in place of Meyers, who was taken out to , give him a rest. Boston?Yerkes went out, short to first. Speaker singled to center. Lewis doubled to left, Speaker being held on third. ri Gardner went out, abort to first. Speaker scoring and Lewis taking third. J Stahl was safe on Doyle's fumble, Lewis scoring. ? Wagner struck out. Two runs. Eighth Inning. New York?Doyle singled to right. ? < Snodgrass went out on a grounder to [\ first, Doyle taking second. Murray flied to Speaker. Q Merkle went out, short to first. 1J No runs. Boston?Cady was safe at first when ? Doyle dropped his pop fiy. Hall singled to right, Cady going to thiid. Hooper filed out to center, Cady scoring after the catch. Hall being held on first. Yerkes forced Hall at second, pitcher to TJ short to second. XJ Yerkes went to second on a wild pitch. Speaker went out, second to first. 'T One run. * Ninth Inning. t 1^ New York?Herzog walked. Wilson singled to center, Herzog going T5 to third and scoring on Speaker's bad throw to third. Wilson went to lecond on the play. Fletcher lined to Speaker and Speaker -p ran .in and touchedsecond base, doubling JL Wilson, who got as far as third after the catch. Tesreau walked. Devore is out, first to second. One yun. Boston?Lewis walked. CJardner struck out. Stahl forced Lewis at second, third to ? second. Wagner out. * No runs. LAUREL SUMMARES. . I First race ? Two-year-olds. maidens, five and -?ne-half furlongs?Afterglow *w (Martin). 8 to 5, first; Ambrose (Butwell), 'U1 2 to 1. second; Burgeois (Gross), 30 to 1, kil third. ' Second race, purse, $500; 3-year-olds E and upward; selling; steeplechase; short tio course; about two miles?First, Jesuit, Pr 2 to 1, jockey Chartaud; second tio Flat, 16 to 1, jockey. Stephenson; third, lit Prince Hampton, 8 to 1, jockey, Helton. *] Third race; purse. $.100; three-year-olds lni and upward; selling; six furlongs?First, ioi Monkey. 5 to 1, jockey, Tehan; second, poniata. 7 to 1, jockey. Schuttlnger; third, ba Pedigree* .30 to 1, Jockey, Schweblg. he 1 ' in, 1 J / ' ' s. r V ' ' ' ' '" / / - i? -:: - : I / '* ' ' ' " ...I I ff: . ? ' : : ' /L ; *. % * j i i.'jjj '1 1 til V ~ -'. v j ' I i | ? -Hli, "SfCK Irst Baseman. ? . , , - s<,.. k ; ?fltj - '. ' i i' i. : >. > f' NEW YOR AB R H IX A 1 1 /cvuie, u. ... t L l >oyle,2b 4 3 3 nodgrass, cf.. 5 12 lurray.rf 5 0. 0 lerkle, lb...;. 5 1 2 Ierzog,3b 4 2 1 leyers, c 4 14 Vilson.c..... 10 1 letcher, ss... 5 11 esreau,p 4 0 2 * ' } rotals.. .. .41 11 17 SC 1 . 2 !, lew York.... 6 1 loston....... 0 1 I 4 [ome Run?Gardner, Doyle 'wo-base hits?Snodgrass, I eft on bases?Boston, 10; N< ases on balls?By Hall, 5;" irst base on errors?Boston, double plays?Devore and Speaker, unassisted. Umpir LAUREL ENTRIES. ? let El -eial Dispatch to The Star. ' jAUREL, Md., October 15.?Entries for f u 8 races tomorrow follow: FlrBt race, id o-year-olds; selling, purse. *500; six Ai rlongs? Smash. Ol: Carousal, 107; Early ght. 108; Areol, 108; ?Mlss Edith. 108; ewy, 108; Rlndllng. 113. * j Second race, two years and up, condi- co ns; purse, $000; six-furlongs?(a) Hester B1 ynne. 97; (a) Tartar, 06; Yankee No- ^ ns, 108; Lieocharles, 115; Frederick 1*, Jo S. (a) Wilson entry. $ rhlrd race, three-year-olds and up; Bell- in; j; purse, $500; five and one-half furlgs?*Toddllng. 104; Auto Maid, 105; ^ [onami, 106; *Lady. Sybil, 106; Excall- ? r. 107; I>r. R. U Swaringer, 108; Man- cli imer, 108; Carroll, 111; Sir Kearney; i ' ? " * - , LI -4 t . w _ ' * V4&'?-? . > * * ';" ,!'"' ' ' * < * >? i i i * Fletcher, Giar %OXSC*ORE It : i ft 0 A E 3 10 Hooper, rf. 13 2 Yerkes, 2b. 1 0 0 Speaker, cf. 1.0 0 Lewis, If.. 11. .0 1 Gardner, 3t 0 -2 0 Stabl, lb.. . 9 5 0 0 Wagner, ss. 2 0 0 Cady, c... 3 3 0 Wood, p... 0 6 0 Hall,p.... * - ? . , < "I 19 ? 27 15 3 Totals.... lORE BY INNING 3 4 S C 7 .. i 0 0 0 2 1 1 9 0 0 0 2 3 ' * ' -, ' SUMMARY Sacrificed flyfall, Lewis Stolen bases? ew York, 7. Struck out?I Tesreau, 5. Wild pitch?' 2; N.Y., o Hit by pitchei Meyers; Time of game Attendance? es?Evans and Klem. ? i , - ? , z L; Hand Running, 111; A^rologer, 112; in, 113; Mylas O'Connell, 116; Cheer >, 115; The Busy Body, 115; Madman, ?. (Also eligible) Concurran, 110; How103; Carding, 114; Orbed Lad, 111; toro, 108. fourth race, Canvasback selling stake, ree years and up; $1,50J added; six rlongs?*Ivabe!. 107; Winning Widow, . 7. at.. D..mina 1(V7 1 sirtnrfl 108: I Dial ?JOrOl?ltUV| ? ?? w - . :yiade, 110; Rosseaux, 112; (a) Right tay, 112; (a) Spohn, 112; Perthshire, 115; irjorie A.. 115; Hilarious, 118. (a) Bedsll entry. ? ?ifth race, three-year-olds and up; ndltions; purse, $000; one mile?Ocean ue. 08; The Rump. OS; Hedge, 102; nella Jenks. loir Amalfi, 104; Spring!ias, 104: Prince Ahmed, 107; Sir John hnson, 107. iixth race, three-year-olds and up; sellg; purse, $300; one and one-fourth miles "Supervisor," 08; *Taboo, 100; Naughty Ld, .101; Longhand, 100; Azo, 108; olferton. 110; *John Reardon, 113. 'Apprentice allowance of five pounds limed. " Weather One; track fast ' " ....... rr>* T h its' Shortstop. 1 OSTON AB R H O A E ... 3 0 110 0 ... 4 00130: ..4 1 1 4 0 1 ' ...4 1 1 3 0 01 >... 4 1 12 0 0 ... 5 0 111 0 o; ...5 0 1 4 5 o: ... 4 1 0 12 0s ...o o o o i o: ...3 0 3 0 4 1 * r e ' . \l a .. .36 ~9 27 15 ~2r .. ? i S I 9 10 R H E t X - II 17 3 1 0 ? 4 9 2 ; . 1 >4 . ) : r ... . t \ f - * -Hooper. p -Devore,2; Doyle, Fletcher J By .Tesreau, 6; Hall, i. b Tesreau, 2. c r?-Gainer. * ?2:30 35,000 p h tl RACING AT LEXINGTON. t< lc LEXINGTON. Ky.. October 15.-2:06 * class, pacing; purse. $1,000?WalterCochato s< (Snyder), first; Flower Direct (White- ei head), second; Longworth B. (Murphy), third; Babe (Jamison), fourth. Best time. F 2.04%. rt FYee-for-all trot, purse, $3,000?Billy Burke (McDonald), first; Dudie Archdale (Geers), second; Brace Girdle (Murphy), t third; Grace (McDevitt), fourth. Best h time, 2.04 2-5. ~ *1 Two-minute class, pacing; purse. $1,500 ?Ess H. Kay (Cox), won; Earl, Jr. t< (Hopkins), second; Lady Maud C. (Dean), thlrtf; Sir R. (Murphy) fourth. Best 8 time, 2:02)4. I ~ - - ? 4 | Se ,jl ... "S HbTi^^jEBfej^^Sy^Mp^Ky^!^ j J B^^B^B^^MnE&^?n|^S3HBGc > v ' -. l i i. 7 Tcsreau, Giaz JOfi WOOD IS ( A 1 ttKKir ' BY J. ED ORILLO. > FENWAY PARK, BOSTON. October 15. 1 ?The Giants tied the world's series today 1 by decisively beating Boston. A most re- s markable. batting streak in the opening * nning virtually settled the game. Joe s Wood, who has been the stumbling block For McGraVs men, was given the worst 1 3rubbing of his career in this inning, be- 1 r ' , ' V ng hit safely seven times for a total of iix runs. j *, Wood seemed to be suffering from a ( evere case of rattles, and almost every s tall he pitched was hit safely. Devore ( .nd Doyle opened the game with base hits j .nd Wood allowed them to get a running tart which made a double steal easy. I If ever a ball team looked as if it had p [Uit it was the Red Sox today. There ras no life in the ranks and hardly a t nan on the team seemed able to play his g ;ame. Stahl's players acted as if they g ealized they were losing the winners' r nd of the players' share of the receipts, h irhile on the other hand the Giants took a , new lease on life and played with vim. ^ 'omorrow Mathewson and either Wood t< " * r Bedient will be the pitchers. Before the game today Manager fl Itahl and President McAleer held a meet- V ng with the players. The importance of ^ tinning today was impressed on them h nd a plan of battle discussed. i g, rucu-raw agam swucnea nis outneia, n; ending Devore to right, while Murray rent to left. This change is made' be- w ! s ause of the sun, which is in left, and t] Jevore does not take kiqdly to it. g After McGraw had watched both Tes- ? f A . . r eau and Mathewson warm up he decided o use the former. Manager Stahl1 put 13 A Vood in. ti Just as the game was called the sun eeped out and the clouds broke away. "he crowd surged over the left field * si leachers. Mounted police drove them ri ack, and the crush was so great that a h, ence was knocked down. There was onsiderable delay trying to repair the in ence, so that the crowd could not enroach upon the playing field. " Wood did not get hdq usual good start 1 nd the Giants had three runs over the g) late before the crowd realized the gam : jj * ad begun. Devore and Doyle started r te contest with singles. Wood deliberate- J r pitched while Devore and Doyle were ^ Linning, and a double Steal was the reult.. Snodgrass brought both home with Je double to right. Murray sacrificed him o\ 3 third and he scored when Lewis ai- r? ?wed Merkle's high fly to fall safe. Her- Rl og forced Merkle at second and reached ?cond on the run-up. scoring when MeyrB drove a liner to left. Fletcher singled d right. Meyers went to third and ".etcher to second on the throw-in. Teseau bounded to Wood, which he deflected i >r a single. Meyers scoring. th On the double steal Tesreau drew a R hrow from Cady, and Fletcher came H ome with the sixth run of the inning, 'esreau was retired. a' In order to save Wood for the game j morrow Hall took his place on the w lab in the second. ^ T"' ries ^I l iff * II if ^ '': ' * ''. ' :+i-:- I if * ' V: .-, .* f . r . / ? its' Pitcher. - ? i ....imi.; ;.j, .tb ! GIVEN 1C DRUBBING V ood. He wa'ked both Devore and Doyle In the second, but caught Devore napping oft second. Snodgrass tingled to right, and Hall made a bad hrow to catch Doyle . napping off tecond, Doyle scoring on the play, inodgrass went to third, Murray filed o Wagner and Merkle was ' thrown ?ut at third. Oardner Makes Home Bun. * To Larry Gardner goes the distinction >f making the first home run of the teries. He was first man up in the sec>nd, and hit a long line drive between Devore and Snodgrass, which bounded nto the temporary stands for the circuit. A splendid catch by Hooper, who lulled down Devore's long fly to the ight-field bleachers, saved Hall in tl.e hird. Hereog and Meyers hit safely to tart .the round. Fletcher's attempted acrifice forced Herzog at third. Teseau. was out at first, when Devore hit t. i ? ?- * - - - is lung arive wnioh Hooper raptured fter a long: run. Boston had a chance in their half of he third, but a great throw by Devon? 3 the plate nipped the mlly in the bud. Hall was* safe on a little tap down tn? rst base line, which Merkle threw badly > Tesreau, who was covering. Hall reacbig second. Hooper singled and Hall went > third. Yerkes struck out and Speaker it a long fly to right. Hall was slow etting started and Devore's throw beat lm to the plate, ending the inning. Boston had the bases filled in the flftt^ rith one out. and failed to score. Hall tarted the inning by popping up a flyhat the wind blew away from Doyie anc) nodgrass, netting two bases. Hooper .as walked, only to be forced by Yerkes. 'esreau then walked Speaker, filling the ases. Lewis, however, popped up ttk (erkle and Gardner bit a weak grounder 3 Tesreau, retiring the side. Giants Add to Score. The Giants added to their runs in the xth, when Doyle made the second home in of the game and series, after Devoro ad walked, with a long line drive along te right field' foul line, which bounded ito the seats. The Giants added another run in the eventh. Merkle hit safely, and aftet^ lersog's line flied to Lewis. Meyers hit a , S _ JL _ kl? low gTounuer 10 ?agner, wno tnrew to econd too late to get Merkle. Fletcher ied to Speaker, but Tesreau singled to ight, scoring Merkle. L>evore was out n a fiy to left. Boston chased a couple of runs over in le seventh. Speaker got his first hit o? te game with one out. Lewis doubled to ft and while Gardner was being thrown, jt by Fletcher Speaker scored. Lewis in home when Doyle fumbled Stahl'a rounder. ENJOYS PEACEFUL SLEEP. hysiciani Say It Will Xneh Benefit Boo?evelt. CHICAGO. October 16.?An hour after e examination this afternoon CoL oosevelt dropped into a peaceful sleep, is physicians said the sleep would aid onderfully in improving his condition. Dr. Jameson of Milwaukee arrived thin fternoon with plates of X-rays be took r the wound last night In Milwaukee >on after Col. Roosevelt was shot. He ill compare the plates with those taken >day of the wound in an attempt > ascertain whether the bullet ha* raveled."