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THE BEE OMAHA, SATTODAY, OCTOBER 11, 1013.
ATHLETICS MAE IT THREE' riAP- O
Stars Performing in World's Series
KSB i &IU.L JUUJ. WUUB C Ul
Fourth of World Series
Bender and Schang Oppose Demaree
GIANTS RALLY NEAR THE END
Come Within One nun ot Tlrlnc
Score Vhn nender Wenkena In
(Continued from Psjte One.)
two-bagger to left. Barry claimed that
Merkle Interfered with hlm'ai he rounded
first base, but the claim wm not al
lowed. Sell an B walked after Demaree
had two strikes on him, Bender 'filed,
out to nurns. Murphy filed out to 8nod'
grass. One run, two hits, one. error.
New York Demaree filed, out to Mur
phy, who had 'to run pfer ,to the right
field fout line to take the. ball. Snodtrasa
out, bunting, Bender to' Mclnnls. Doyle
filed out to Strunk. No run, no hit, no
Phtladelpnla Herzoc went out to play
third base and Busier went to center
field, 'replacing Snodgrass, whose
strained leg btean to bother him,
Demaree1 took Oldrlnsr'-a hopper nd threw
him out at 'first. Burnt) caught Collins'
fly. Doyle took care -of Baker, throwing
him out "at first. No run, no hit, no error.
New-Yorfcr-Fletcjier made vigorous ob
jection. , when Umpire Egan called a
strlke'on'Jilm. Fletcher flUd out to Col
Una. -Burns-popped up a' fly to Baker.
Bender appeared to., have, more "smoke'
than during hla first fcumo against the
Qlants. Ite broke his- curves around the
Knees and then shot fast ones, shoulder
high across the plate. Bhafer fanned for
the second time, and angrily threw his
bat toward.the' bench; No run, no hit, no
error. " ,
Philadelphia Doyle threw out Mclnnls.
Demaree's slow ball bothered the batters.
Strunk bounced a hit off Herzos's .legs.
McLean almost caught Strunk off first
by & quick throw to Merkle. Barry
singled to left and Strunk took third.
On Shafer'a throw to catch Strunk at
third, Barry went to second. The New
York Infield then drew in. Strunk and
Barry scored on Bhang's single. Schang
took second on Bhafer's throw to the
plate to catch Barry. - Schang went to
third on a passed ball. Schang scored
when. Merkle made a muss of Bender's
grounder. Murphy popped out to Doyle.
Glaring singled .to center. Bender going
to second. McLean threw out Collins at
first, .Three rumi, four hits, one error.
New York Murray walked, Chief
Bender pitching four wide ball In suc
cession, McLean got a "single to center
and. Murray got Cooper napping off first
with' a snap throw, Merkle fanned. ,Mc
Cormlck batted In place of Demaree. Old
ring caught Mcpormlck'a fly after a dead
run toward -the diamond. It cut off an
almost sure hit, and a run for New York.
Cooper out stealing,. Schang to Collins.
No run, one ht, no error.
Philadelphia The defensive work of the
Athletics In the fifth Inning was simply
superb. Marquard went Into the box for
New York. Wilson caught for New York.
Baker fanned. Marquard kept the ball
on the far corner of the plate and very
low for Baker. Marquard threw out Mcr
Innib. . M&rquoxd Jost control And Strunk
walked on four pitched balls. Barry got
a- twoibaae-' hit! Btrunfe ;goln!rto.-.,thtr.
Burns mode a gallant try for tho ball on
ihe run, but ho overran It Strunk and
Barry scored on Schang's single to cen
ter. The Athletic fans cried -derisively,
Put In Matty." Marquard threw out
Bender. Two runs, two hits, no error,
j Sixth Inning,
, New Y,ork Barry throw out Herso'g,
Doyle beat the air viciously and went out1
on strikes. As Fletcher came to the
plate he jokingly made a move to hit
Umpire Bgan on tho back of the' head
vvlth his bat. Fletcher out on a 'fly to
Strunk. No run, no hit, no error.
' Philadelphia Doyle tossed oat Murphy
at first. Oldrlng struck out, Wilson
throwing him out at first. Collins popped
out to Fletcher, No run, no hit, no error.
'New York Burns scratched an Infield
hit. It was the Qlants' third hit of' the
game. Chafer filed out to Collins'. It
was announced that the official attend
ance will be 20,56 and the receipts 149,(45.
Murray singled to left, .Burns going to
second. .Wilson struck out and Burns
and Murray executed a double steal.
Baker dropped Schang'a throw to catch
Burns when the double steal was made.
Burns and Murray and Merkle scored
when Merkle drove the ball Into the left
field bleachers for a Home run. Bender
threw out Marquard,. Three runs, three
filtB, no error,
Philadelphia Baker out on a fly to Her
tog. Mclnnls fouled out to Herzog. Doyle
threw out Strunk. No run, no hit, no
Isnth Inning-, ,
Now York Herzog -singled to left. Her
zog was forced at second when Collins
took Doyle's grounder and tossed to
Barry. Doyle waa forced at second when
Bender took Fletcher's hot smash and
tossed to Barry. It was a good stop by
Bender and shut oft a hit Fletcher
scored on Burns' double to left. Burns
scored on Bhafer's three-base hit to right.
The Giants were hitting savagely. Ben
der appeared to be tiring. Colflna threw
out Murray. Two runs, three hits, no
Philadelphia Barry filed out to Murray.
Schang walked. Bender filed' out to Mur
ray. Schang was forced at second, when
Doyle took Murphy's grounder and
touched second. No run, no hit, ho error.
New York-Crandall batted In place
of Wilson. Collins threw out Crandall.
Merkle filed out to Murphy. Grant bat-
ted for Marquard. Two strikes, three,
balls. Grant fouled out to Bchang, No
run, no hit, no error".
DULL CLOUDS SCR.EBX TUB SUN
Outlolc Is for Rain When Practice
- BHIBB PARIC Philadelphia, Oct 10.
twenty thousand excited Phlladelphlans
ana some nunarea anxious now iorrr!gpectlon Mrvoi notice on the propert)
came out to Shlbe Park today to see the1,,, warntng that such crowding was
New York National league champions n-i,janS9roys tna.t the owners would be
gage the Philadelphia Athletics In the heM responsible for any accident that
fourth game of the world's base ball'might occur. It is not believed, however,
series. A victory, for the Phlladelphlajthat this will to any great extent deter
club would make it only necessary for It the householder from again packing
to win another game to capture the base their roofs with spectators today,
ball honors for IMi. while the Giants Fletcher, shortstop for the New York
would have to reel oft three straight to team, may not be allowed to continue In
win the series! Still another murky day. the world's series. Complaint waa made
was furnished for the sport. Dull clouds
screened the sun, giving indications of
showery weather, while now and then a1
vagrant drop of rain fclL The diamond
was In fine condition and the players
said It was lightning fast, but the outer
meadows wsrs sodden and alow.
The New York club came on the playlnr
NEW YOItK.' ' ",-
AI. It. BH.IJO. AJ5.I'...
Snodgross, cf... 3 0
llcrrog, M a 0
Doyle, 2b -1 0
Fletcher, ss 4 1
Burns, If, -I 2
Bhafer, 8b-cf . ... 4 0
Murray, rf . . . . 2 1
McLean, c. .... 3 0
.Cooper, 0 0
Wilson, c 1 0
CrandaIl 1 O,
Merkle, lb.... '4 1
0 ,1 1
0 ot, 6 ;0
1 lt',vl 2
Domaree, p . . . . 1 . 6 6
McCormlck . 1 tO 'o.
Mnfqtiard, p...'cl' 0 -,0
Grant ... 1 d's' 0
Totals. ... .34v 5 8 24 11 2
Ran for -McLean I n fifth.
Batted for DeniWeo In fifth.
BaUetf for Wilson In ninth.
Battcdfor Marquard In ninth.
. ' " ' SUMMARY.
Philadelphia ' 0 1 0 8 2 0 0 0 0
Jfow York.. ;...,.,.,.. 0 0 0 0 0 0. 8 3 O 5
- -Tno-baso. hits: llaf-rp (2)-, Burns. Threo-baso hits: Oldrlng, Shafor.
Home run: Merkle. Hits: ,, Off Demnrce, 7 In four innings; off Marquard,
2 in fdur innings, pacrlflc lilt) Btrtink. Stolen bases: Collins, Burns,
Murray. Loft on bases: Now York, 4; Philadelphia, 7. First base on
bals! Off Demoreo, 1; off Bender, 1; off Marquonl, 2. First base on
error: Philadelphia, 1. lilt by pitched ball: By Bender,-Murray. Struck
out: By Bfei'ider, 5j by-Marquard, 2.' Passed ball: McLean. Time: 2:01).
Umpires: At plate, Egan; on. bases, Klcm; left field, Connolly; right field,
field ready to make a gallant stand.
Manager McGraw told "Steamer Al" De
maree to .be ready Jo take up' the pitch
ing burden and the former Mobile
moundsman replied: "Give me half the
lead the Athletics gavo Bush yesterday
and we will go back to New York win-
Some of the Athletic players admitted
that Demaree would " probably prove a
puzzling proposition because of his pe
The Athletics were prepared to send
either Shawkey or the Indian Bender to
the pitchers' box, while New York fans
behind' the Giants' bench wondered If
Connie Mack would uncover another sen
sational youngster elabman like Bush to
blast the hopes of the National leaguers.
The crowd filled the unreserved stand
long before.- the players came on the
field, but reserved sections filled slowly,
and it was not until the Holding practice
had ended that the last of the seats was
Athletic Femo Confident,,
Now that two of tho New York pitch
era have felt defeat at the hands of the
Athletics, Philadelphia fans feel more
comfortable and were confident that tho
home team would triumph today. The
victory yesterday of 'Bush, Connie Mack's
youthful .twlrltr. over the veteran, Tes
reau.haq meafturfaably Increased the op
timism of" the ' AthTettc adherenUT as" Jo
the final result cf the eerles.
Last ovenlng another big throng gath
ered at Shlbe Park to wait in line all
njght for the bleacher gates to open this
morning. It was an even larger orowd
than that which waited In tho rain for
Wednesday's game, due, perhaps, to the
'improvement In the weather,
Many ot the Athletics adherents be-
i Uoved .that Shawkey would be the pitch
ing' choice of the White Elephants' man
ager and figured that he would be equally
as puzsllng to the Giant batters as was
Bush yesterday. Bender, however, was
anxious, to go in and there was 4 strong
possibility that his w)sh might be grati
fied. Athletics Stnr at Bat.
The. Athletics have now Vaced the pitch
ing of Mathewson, Marquard, Crandall
and Tesreau, three of whom are the pick
of New York's twirling staff, while tho
Giants have batted against Bender, Plank
and Bush. Each ot the Philadelphia
pitchers finished his game without as
sistance, but if the New York mounds
men .only Mathewson, winner of the ten-
Jnntng victory against Plank, completed
l game. Manager Mack has Shawkey
.nd Brown In reserve while Manager Mo-
Graw has Demaree, but neither man
ager has given any Intimation who would
"The resuty ot yesterday's game bore
out my claim that we had young pitch
on who could be compared to any of the
Giants' staff." said the Athletic manager.
"Of course, a club that Is equipped
with hitters does not have to depend so
much on good pitchers to win. Mathew
son twirled a wonderful game against
us, but I don't think one pitcher can
win a world's series.
"The other Ditchers In our younger set
are Just as eager to show In the series.
Bush was actually disappointed because
he had a three-tun lead when he went
In the box yesterday. 'Any one could
win this kind of a game,' he said, That's
the kind of material I have on the pitch
Jng staff. It's alt I can do to keep them
on the bench." -
Manager McrGaw appeared not at all
dismayed and declared his men had just
begun to fight. Mathewson probably
would be ready 'to pitch again In New
York tomorrow and is Uk-ely to be op
posed by one ot Mack's youngsters, in
case Bender was Hack's choice today.
Meyers Still Oat of Game.
"Chief Meyers, the Giants star
catcher, whose finger was rpllt during
practice here on Wednesday, was not in
condition to take up hla duties bhlnd the
bat, but McGraw had able substitutes In
McLean and "Wilson. Merkle's ankle
suffered no further Injury In yeiterday's
gain and he expected to play.
As, a result of overcrowding of roofs ot
the, - residences on two tides ot Shlbe
park while Wednesday's gatne was on.
the chief of the bureau of building In-
to the national commission today by Um
pire Connolly that Fletcher used obscene
and profane language to him after Bhafer
had been called out at second In the
ninth Inning of yesterday's game. Con
nolly goes into details in regard to the
language used, some of which he says
will not bear repetition.. The commission
K. Murphy, rf . . 3 0 0 a 0 0
Otrirlnff, If. ... 1 0 2 1 o 0
Collins, 2b,. ,'4 o'fl'S 8 0
flaltcr, .lb. V .. VI' 0 0 2 CI 0
Mclnnls, lb. ... 4 I 1 7 0 0
Htrttnk, cf... '. 2- 2 1 ,8 0 0
IUrry, fs.... . 4 2 8 , 2, 2 0
SchanKi c. . . . . 2 1 2 01 0
HcndcrJ . 4 0 0 0 8 0
Totals .88 - 0
0 27 0 0
decided to fine Fletcher $5 for his of
fense. The commission also decided to
permit htm to play In' the world's serlos.
J i,. ...
Many Going to See
Gophers at Lincoln
A section of nearly a thousand seats
In the. center of the north grandstand
has been reserved In Lincoln for the
Omaha bunch that will go there October
18 for the tlnnesota-Nebroska foot ball
game. This Is to bo home coming day at
the University of Nebraska, and there
Is a lot of boosting- :for rooters enough
to help Nebraska beat Minnesota this
year; The University club In Omaha has
taken It upon Itself to handle the de
tails of the "home gblng" from Omaha,
and has already sold some 200 grandstand
tickets. ' . '
A special , train has been chartered on
the Burlington to leave Omaha at 1
o'clock. It is to arrive In Lincoln at 1:30
to give the crowd plenty of tlmo to get
to the grounds before the game opens
at 3 o'clock. The train will stop a tew
blocks from the depot, Just west ot the
athletic field', so thatr the .crowd can
reach-the field by a two or three blocks'
walk. Tickets are on sale at the Unl
verslty, ipluu. rooms and by the first ol
next week more will.be on sale at. the
Myers-Dillon drug store.
Nebraska has not defeated Minnesota
since 1902, when Johri Westover was
captain. Three years ago. the Cprn
huskers held the Gophers for a tie, 0 to
0, which gave them new heart. This
yar they". are planning to .win.
in School Tourney
Tho second round of the doubles tennis
tournament at the high school was com
rioted - Thursday. The results 6f the
rdund, the first before the semi-finals,
Stocking and Allison defeated Hannl
ghan and Loomts, 6-0, 6-8. -
Buzard and Flothow defeated Jensen
and ,E. Wilson. 10-8, 6-2.
Caldwell and Brotherton defeated nl.
-bach and Culllngham, by default.
I'oweu ana iarmon aereated Horton
and Lagerqulst, 6-3, 6-1,
The semi-finals, which will be com
pleted today, will bo played by Stocking
and Allison against Iuzard 'and Flothow
and Cajldwcll and -Brotherton against
Powell and Larmon. A very stiff match
Is being awaited between the latter
teams, as all' foyr players are seasoned
tennis sharks ' at the school.
The pairings In the consolations are:
"Edwin Bannister and Clayton Nichols'
play Charles Savelle and Paul Leldy,
Jim Raynolds and Ralston Scoble play
Carl Balbach and Sydney Culllngham. .
Jlrrt Gardner and Wilbur Fullaway
play James Horton and Victor Lager
qulst Owen Wilson and Robert Bridges play
Paul WIthey. and Frank Relsenberg. .
ATTEND CHICAGO GAMES
CHICAGO, Oct 10. More than 45,000
Persons have paid admissions to see the
first two games 'of this city championship
Berles here, of whom 29,358 viewed yes
terday's battle at the home grounds of
the American league.
Offlclah figures for the two days:
Total receipts W.M
Players' share n,m
Bach club's share 6,865
Commission's share 3,255
Oulls from the Wire
Majority Leader Underwood yesterday
deolarVd his opposition to the repeal of
me o per cent tarur dui provision on im
ports in American ships. '
Proposed church legislation on marrlag
and divorce occupied the attention of the
house of deputies yesterday at the trien
nial general convention of the Protestant
Episcopal church at New York,
Fifteen passengers were hurt when four
cars of New Orleans & Northwestern
train No. W3 rolled down an embankment
near Wlnnesboro, La., yesterday. None
are believed to be mortally injured.
In a last desperate effort to ooinoel the
attendance ot congressmen, the house yes
terday ordered tho arrest of every mem
ber absent without permission and those
out of the city were notified by telegraph
that warrants were outstanding against
"Why shouldn't t vote? I'm old enough,
am I not?" said "Grandma" Sarah Todd,
aged 103 years, who registered at Hupene,
Ore., yesterday as a voter for the first
time In her life. She Is a sliter-ln-law of
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, her second hus
band having been a brother of the war
Clalmlnz that she was married to
Charlemagne Tower, Jr.. on June 7. 1911.
In New iiaven, Conn., Mrs. Georglanna
Tower, lormeriy aiiss Hurdle, brought
suit at Philadelphia yesterday aicalnst
Charlemagne Tower, former ambassador
to Germany, ror alleged alienation o: her
husband s anecuons.
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GREIGHTON DROPS THE GAME
Foot Ball Team Defeated by Wes
loyan at Lincoln.
BUT ONE TOUCHDOWN ' IS MADE
Omalin Men Slake Some Ioncr Gatn,
but Never ISndnnsrer the L'nca
of Their Opponents Dar
LINCOLN, Oct. lfl.-(Bpoclal Telegram.)
In a fiercely fought contest, Wesloyan
deefated Crolghton- unlveralt of Omaha
on Johnson field this afternoon, the' final
scoro being 7 to 0.
Wesleycn'S'Ono touchdown came In the
beginning ot the last quarter, when, after
a series of line plunges and end runs by
Hudson and Johnson, Fawell went over
for a touchdown and Kllno kicked goal.
Wesley on played under difficulties, as
several of Its best men went Into the
game with injuries and Captain. Mo
Candless was forced to retire w)th . a
sprained knee early In the play.
The home team, was under orders to
play old style foot ball and did not uss
a single forward pass during tho game.
Tho best explanation of this Is that
Coach Kline Is saving his best ploys for
Nebraska, November 8.
Tho. visitors, threw a scare Into the
home rooters during the first quarUr,
when they succeeded Xy a series of off
tackle playa.and, end. runs to advance tho,
ball , to Wflsleyan's five-yard line.' Wes
leyan held, however, and Luse kicked out
of danger. Crelghton roturned Iho punt
and Luse again kicked from the two
During the second quarter, Wesleyan
advanced the ball ,to Crelghton's', two
yard line, but could not get .over tho
goal line. The remainder ot tho game
was In Wesleyan's favor, excepting for
the last few minutes of the pW, when
Crelghton. made - long gains oh forward
parses and penalties on Wesleyan.
The game closed' after an unsuccessful
attempt to scoro on a forward pass by
Crelghton from Wesleyan's ten-yard line.
Penalties were frequent, Wesleyan suf
fering the heaviest loss, mainly for off
Substitutes: ' Bhowalter for Dlerks. fl
Head linesman: Jones. Umpire: l.uke
Iteferoei Waugh. .
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FERDINAND WESTUEIMCa 6 SONS. Distillers
B Cloclnatli, O. Su Jetepb. Mo. LoutoillSt Kr. W
W. E. Dewey Says:
"His left arm is the
athletics9 maind e -pendence.
fire delivery one of the
most puzzling used
by any pitcher in the
Omaha Uni Plays
Doane Saturday on
Coach Morganthaler Is more than sat
isfied with the progress the University ot
Omaha toot ball team has made since
the game with Wesleyan. The players
ore inoro confident and play together
more as a whole than ever lefore. The
game Saturday with Doane will be tho
real tost ot the Omaha team, as1 both
teams ore about evenly matched In
weight. Tho Doano team has more old
and experienced men In thlr lineup,
haying eovon last season letter men.
These men Eamen, King, Blust, Johnson,
Bronson, Krotslnger and Krcbs ore ex
pected to play a star game for Doane.
Tho University ot Omaha team will have
six of last year's men In the game and
are confident ot moro than holding Doane,
- Morgunthaler has been working open
plays 'with his team and will depend upon
this sort ot play for the greater amount
ot gains. The lineup for the game will
he as follows:
Blust ,,i i.LQ.
J. Seiby i.H.T.
P. Bolby, Cap. ..Q, II.
Jenkins ' UHi1
i rurpooa ....,.(.ii.ri,iornmaji .......1111.
h Game will start at o'clock sharp at
Grain Hen Have
Base Ball Fever
Proprietors of' a large number of .the
grain commission houses of the city and
their customers have contracted the bass
bal fever In an ' acute fqrm. Every
house that has a Now York wire Is now
getting, reports of the progress ot the
games each afternoon. Air soon as-rthe
market closes the New York wire is cut
In on the base 'ball loop and 'the detailed
play Is received and called In the Omaha
In nearly a dosen of the Omaha com
m!s!on offices the crowds -are measured
by the capacity of the rooms. The opera
tor calls tho balls, strikes, position of
the players and all plays, enabling the
people In the crowds to get about every
thing In connection with the games.
Borton Ilelents Alm
Babe Borton, who waa sent by the
White Sox to the Yankees and then to
Jersey, City and who .objected to a minor
berthannounces that he expects to play
ball again next season and that before
spring he expects to reach an agreement
with the Jersey City club.
"The shoots Chief
Bender throws the
ones that come in high
are like the. famed
they curve around the
A GREAT HIT
J, T, McQaillin says:
"McGraw is putting
a great deal of faith
in Jeff Tesreau's
ability and will win
the series, "
The Hub Says
"Demaree' record daring
the past season should prove
him to be a valaab e ma,n
for the Qiantn daring the
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Jui Cree aayit "Magfsfr Af?
Crau) fiai.the gratt( t;bnjenc in
Doc Crandqll apd whtrsvet any of
th athr pf.hU Giant pitchers arc in
troublt ho eafh thm doctor 1o 'the
reo and As doctor rarily fefii la
dativr the goods. Whtn McGraw
triad 'to. trad off CtandaU.,atl the
fanralitda,itQrm'of prble$t and
to it would ba with my1 place if f
triad to-trade off some of my well
known and ettabliihed branjte of
high grade goodt."
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