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STARS WIN OVA
TRIO OF STARS WHO FEATURED IN FIRST DAY'S CLASH BETWEEN PHILLIES AND RED SOX IN
IN TENSE MOMENTS
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Hooper Raps Out Alexander's
Second Ball for First
Single of Game.
PHILLIE TWIRLER NERVOUS j
Boston Opponents Slake Debut on !
First in Third When Twirler
Slams Out Slow, Tantal
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. S. There were
the usual preliminaries that always
precede the opening? game of a world's
feries and it was six minutes past 2
o'clock when Umpire Bill Klem called
Hooper, the Red Sox lead-off man,
lased sood Judgment in letting Alexan
der's first offering go by him, for Klem
called it a ball. Then he laced the sec
ond ball that the Phillie idol sent up
to center field for a single, much to
the joy of the Boston rooters. It was
a low. hard drive.
Scott sent Hooper down to second
on a pretty sacrifice, Alexander to
Luderus. Alexander appeared a bit
nervous as bpeaKcr stepped into the
batters' box, but he quickly put two
strikes over, cutting the outside edge
of the plate. Then Alexander in trying
to get Speaker for a- third strike,
pitched wide, and the big Texan took
a base on balls.
Hoblitzel Forces Speaker.
Speaker was forced at second by Hob
litzel, Bancroft to Niehoff. Hooper
sprinting to third. Then came the first
break in Boston's playing, Hoblitzel
being caught napping off first, Alexan
der to Lutlerus, when he took too long
a lead, retiring the side.
Shore made short work of Stock when
he came to bat, the Phillies' third base
man going out on a high foul fly to
Cady between the plate and first base.
Shortstop Bancroft lifted a fly to Jack
Barry. There was a mixup in signals
on the play, Scott also going after the
ball and bumping into the ex-Mackman
as he caught the ball. ' Paskert was
the third out on a lofty foul to Hob
litzel. tewii Drives Scorcher Single.
Lewis, first up for Boston in the sec
ond inning, drove a scorching single
to left field which Whitted, the former
Braves' player fielded quickly. Gardner
sacrificed, Alexander to Luderus, Lewis
pulling up at second.
Barry hit sharply to Alexander, who
threw to third to head off Lewis going
to that bag. Lewis turned and started
back with Stock after him and when
the third baseman found he could not
utsprint the speedy runner, he threw
to Bancroft, covering second.
Bancroft made a stab to get Barry
eliding into second but he was an in
stant too late and turned and caught
Lewis as he was turning to go on to
third again. Cady ended the inning,
coins out on strikes after the count
was three and two.
Cravath AVinw Ovation.
Gavvy Cravath, who made a record
of 24 home runs this season, won a
round of applause as he stepped to the
plate. Shore let him walk and he was
forced at second on Luderus' grounder.
Barry making the out. Cravath ran
out of line in trying to avoid Barry.
Luderus tried to 'steal second and
was put out on a beautiful throw by
Cady to Barry. Whitted worked a base
on balls and was left on first when
Niehoff struck out. retiring the side.
Shore, leading off for Boston in the
third, was an easy out. Niehoff to
Luderus. Hooper lifted a high, long
fly to Whitted in left field.
Then Scott banged a hard, low drive
between left and center for a single.
Speaker tried hard to put the ball into
the left-field bleachers, but his drive
was too short and Whitted was under
It for the third out.
Alexander Forced at Second.
The Phillies got their first single in
the third inning. After Eddie Burns
had lifted a fly which Scott gathered in,
Alexander sent a slow, tantalizing
bounder to Gardner, who came running
in to make a quick play, but he could
not field the ball to first in time to
head off the big pitcher.
Stock forced the twirler at second,
Gardner to Barry. The best Bancroft
could do was to send a roller to Hob
litzel. who scooped up the ball and
raced to first ahead of Bancroft, ending
The Red Sox got in their usual hit in
the fourth inning, but again failed to
score. With two strikes and no balls.
Hoblitzel shot a hot one to Niehoff,
who threw Hobby out.
I.cvia Fouls Twice Before Oat.
Lewis fouled off two balls after the
count on him was three and two. and
then went out on strikes. Gardner
slammed a base hit over second, which
I'askert fielded in fine shape. The run
ner, however, was left at first, for
Harry sent a short fly to Cravath, the
right fielder's only fielding chance in
The Phillies' first run came in the
fourth inning. Paskert brought the
spectators to their feet by shooting a
single to right. He was sacrificed to
second by Cravath. the latter going out,
Shore to Hoblitzel.
I'askert took third on Luderus' out.
Barry to Hoblitzel, amid much cheer
ing. A minute later Taskert came home
with the first run of the series when
Whitted hit a short grounder to Barry,
who trot up to the ball too late to nip
off the flying Paskert.
Whitted Steals to Second.
There was much joy in the Quaker
camp as Paskert walked to the bench.
Whitted stole second. Cady making a
high throw after momentarily juggling
the bull. Niehoff was thrown out by
By this time the Boston rooters were
almost frantic for a run. With the
National Leaguers having the edge,
they called on Cady for a hit as he
came to bat for the Red Sox in the
But Cady failed them, offering Nie
hoff an easy chance which the second
baseman accepted. Shore. however,
who won a generous hand for his ex
cellent pitching, poked a single
through the infield to center.
Hooper Fails to Advance Cady.
Hooper failed to advance him. going
out on a short fly to Bancroft. Shore
was forced out at second by Scott,
Niehoff to Bancroft, on a neat play'
Burns, the first National Leaguer up
In the fifth, went out by way of the
strikeout route. Alexander lifted one
to Lewis. Stock raised a low fly In
front of the plate.
Shore came racing in to catch it,
but he was a step too short and failed
to hold the ball. He received an error
on the play Stock was left at first
Bancroft being easily retired. Shore to
Speaker. In the sixth, went out the
same way he did in the third inning
lining a fly to Whitted. Hoblitzel
drove a single to right field which Cra
vath almost caught off his toes. Hob
litzel stole second base as Lewis was
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striking out. Gardner put a hit fly.
which Catcher Burns grabbed just in
side the diamond, the side going out.
The Phillies were quickly disposed
of in their half of the sixth. Paskert
went out, Shore to Hoblitzel. Cravath
poled out a long fly to Speaker.
I.ucky Seventh Unproductive.
Luderus hit weakly to Barry and
was out at first.
The lucky seventh was unproductive
for either team. Barry raised the
hopes of the Red Sox by pushing a
single through short. He went to sec
ond on Cady's sacrifice. Alexander to
Luderus. but was left there, as both
fcmore and Hooper struck out.
The stay of the Quakers at the bat
In this inning also was brief. Whitted
drove out what looked like a home
run into the left field bleachers, but
the northwest wind held the ball back
and it settled into Lewis' hands, not
rar from the wall separating the field
from the crowd. Shore tossed out
Niehoff and Barry fielded Burns
grounder and retired the little catcher.
Boston Ties. Phillies Win In Eighth.
Then came the eighth, which saw
Boston tie the score and Philadelphia
win the game, fcscott filed out to Ban
croft. Speaker drew his second base
on balls and went to second on Hob
litzel's out. Stock to Luderus. Stock
momentarily fumbled the ball, but got
it across the diamond in time. Lewis
here slammed the first ball pitched
to left field., and Speaker dashed
around third and home with the tying
Whitted made a swift throw to the
plate to head off Speaker, but it was a
little wide. Lewis took second on the
throw in. Paskert here cut off a run
by making a fine running catch of
Gardner's long fly. ending the inning.
Alexander opened Philadelphia's half
by going out. Barry to Hoblitze. Third
Baseman Stock got a base on balls
which was wildly cheered. Then came
the play which many felt was the
turning point of the game. Bancroft
sent low drive toward center field. "
Base on Balls Brinies Din.
Barry made a great effort and got it
and was about to make a quick throw
to second and a double play, but Scott
was not near the bag. The shortstop
evidently did not realize that Barry
could field the ball and was slow in
starling to the base. The result was
that Stock and Bancroft were safe. The
Philadelphia crowd set up a terrific
din as Paskert received a base on balls
filling the bases.
"Hit'er out Gavvy!" yelled the crowd
as the home-run slugger came to the
plate. Cravath tried hard to accom
modate and drove a hot grounder to
Scott. There was little time to get
Stock at the plate and he scored as
Scott threw out Cravath. the other run
ners moving up.
Luderus hit a slow grounder, which
Shore had trouble getting and Ban
croft rushed home with the Phillies'
third run. A double steal was tried,
but Luderus was out at second. Cady to
The crowd started to move toward
the exits as Boston came in for the
ninth inning. Barry went out on
Henriksen was sent in to bat for
Cady and shot a bounder to Luderus,
who fumbled the ball. Ruth, pinch-hitting
for Shore, also rolled one to Lu
derus, who made the second out. Hen
riksen going to second. Hooper ended
the inning and the game by flying to
The game by Innings follows:
Boston There was a delay until a moving
picture man could be sent from the field.
Hooper singled over second. The Boston
crowd howled. Scott sacrificed. Alexander
to Luderus. Hooper going to second. Speaker
walked. Mexander appeared nervous. Hob
litzel forced Speaker. Bancroft to Niehoff.
Hooper went to third. Hoblitzel was caught
off first, Alexander to Luderus. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia Stock was out on a foul to
Cady. Bancroft filed out to Barry, Paskert
fouled out to Hoblitzel. No runs, no hits,
Bneton Lewis shot a hot single to left.
Gardner sacrificed. Alexander to Luderus.
Lewis went t second. Barry hit to Alex
ander, who threw to Stock to head off
Lewis st third. Stock threw to Bancroft,
who touched the runner out. Barry went
to second on a fielder's choice. Burns
saved Alexander a wild pitch by a nlcs
stop. Cady struck out. No runs, one hit.
Philadelphia The crowd gave Cravath,
the home-run hitter, a big hand when he
came to bat, while the outfielders backed
acainst the fences. Cravath walked. Barry
took Luderus grounder and touched Cra
vath on the line, Luderus safe at first.
Barry's throw being late to catch the run
ner. Luderus was out stealing. Cady to
Barry. Whitted walked. Niehoff struck out.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston Shore out. Niehoff to Luderus.
Alexander worked his low ball on the Bos
ton batters. Hooper filed out to Whitted.
who had to back up to make the catch.
Scott shot a hot liner to teft center for a
base. Speaker filed out to Wiiitted. No
runs, one hit. no errors.
Philadelphia Burns filed to Scott. Alex
ander up. The stands gave the Philadelphia
pitcher a great cheer. Alexander scratched
an infield hit, which Gardner could not
field in time. Stock forced Alexander,
Gardner to Barry. Bancroft went out to
Hoblitzel, unassisted. No runs, oim hit, no
Boston Hoblitzel was thrown out by
Niehoff. Lewis fanned and the crowd
howled. Gardner singled over second base.
Barry filed out to Cravath. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Philadelphia Paskert got a single to
right. It was a Texas leaguer. Cravath
sacrificed. Shore to Hoblitzel. Paskert go
ing to second. Barry threw out Luderus.
Paskert taking third. Paskert scored on
Whltted's slow Infield hit. which Barry
could njt field In time. Whitted stole sec
ond. Cady's throw being high. Niehoff out,
Scott to Hoblitzel One run, two hits, no
Boston Niehoff threw out Cady. Shore
singled over second. Hooper popped out to
Bancroft. Scott forced shore. Niehoff to
Bancroft. No runs, one hit. no errors
Philadelphia Burns fanned. Alexander
filed out to Lewis. Stock was safe on
Shore's fumble of his grounder. Shore
threw out Bancroft. No runs, no hits, onr
Boston Speaker filed out to Whitted.
who made a nice catch. Hoblitzel singled
to right. Cravath almost making a shoe
string catch. Lewis fanned. Hoblitzel steal
ing second as the batter struck out. Gardner
filed out to Burns. No runs, one hit. no
Philadelphia Paskert out, by the Shore
Hoblltzel route. Cravath filed out to
Speaker. Barry threw out Luderus. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston Barry singled over short. Cady
sacrificed. Alexander to. Luderus. Barry
took second. Shons struck out. Hooper
fanned. No runs, one hit. no errors.
Philadelphia Whitted filed out to Lewis,
who made the catch near the left field
fence. It looked like a hoove run when It
started. .Niehoff went out. Shore to Hob
litzel. Barry threw out Burns, a pretty
fielding play. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston Scott popped out to Bancroft.
Speaker walked. Stock threw out Hoblltsel,
Speaker going to second. Speaker scored
on Lewis' single to left, and Lewis went to
second on Whitted's throw to the plate.
Gardner filed to Paskert. who cut off a
sure hit. One run, one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia Barry threw out Alexander.
Stock walked. Bancroft got a hit whei
Scott was slow in covering the bag to take
Barry's throw of his grounder. Paskert
walked, and the bases were tilled. Slock
scored when Scott threw out Cravath at
first. Bancroft scored on Luderus" Infield
hit. Paskert went to third. Tims was
called while Luderus left the field for a
moment. Luderus was out trying to steal,
Cady to Scott. Two runs, two hits, no
Boston Barry fanned, missing the third
strike by a foot. Henriksen batted for Cady.
Henriksen was safe when Luderus fumbled
his grounder. Ruth batted for Shore. Ruth
was out at first, Luderus unassisted. Hen
riksen went to second. Hooper filed to
Luderus. No runs, no hits, one error.
G. ALEXANDER IS VICTOR
(Continued From First Page).
that the supporters of the defeated Red
Sox have lengthened the betting odds
they are willing to give on that team
for the remainder of the series.
Shore Has Honors Three Innings.
For three innings today the honors
of the game were all with the tall
young Boston twirler who had been
sent in to oppose Alexander. In the
last half of the fourth, however, it was
Shore himself who gave the Phillies an
opportunity to score their first run.
This run was typical of the three
which went the way of the locals.
Paskert dropped a Texas leaguer back
of first base just out of reach of Hoblitzel.
Cravath was sent in to sacrifice and
sent a rast bunt directly at Shore. The
latter picked the ball up cleanly and
had plenty of time to throw Paskert
out at second. Much to the surprise
of his teammates, however, he shot
the ball to first, where Cravath was an
easy out. Luderus went out from
Barry to Hoblitzel as Paskert raced to
third. Then Whitted barely met a
last one irom snore ana the ball went
weakly bounding in the infield just
over tne pitcher s head. Barry made
a great try for an out, but Whitted
reached first a half step ahead of the
throw and Paskert was safely across
with a run which seemed for several
innings to be the only one that either
team could put across.
Speaker, however, was given a base
on balls on Boston's half of the eighth,
after Scott was out, and went to sec
ond on Hoblitzel's infield out. Lewis,
who had fanned on his two previous
trips to the plate, singled to left and
Speaker scored, "Duffy" taking second
on the throw-in. It was here that
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PEPPERMINT-IN RED WRAPPER
CINNAMON - IN BLUE WRAPPER
Paskert saved the game with his start
ling catch of Gardner's drive. Paskert
has suffered much In all preliminary
comparisons wiCb Speaker, who he op
poses in center held, but that one catch
today gave him a warm place In the
hearts of the Philadelphia people.
The way Shore and Alexander were
working at this time indicated the
game might go extra innings, but in
the Phillies' half of the eighth came
the decision. Alexander had proved an
easy out. Shore got a bit careless and
passed Stock. Bancroft then shot the
hit over second which gave Barry the
opportunity to make a miraculous stop
with his bare right hand. Barry, re
covering his balance, started to toss the
ball to second to force Stock, but the
bag was bare. Too late, Scott realized
his duty and started on a dead run for
the keystone sack. In a forlorn hope,
Barry shot the ball to him. but Stock
was safe and there were two on instead
of two out-
At this critical juncture Shore be
came unsteady and passed Paskert.
The bases were full and "Gavvy" Cra
vath. the home-run champion of the
National League, with a particular
fondness for the short fences of the
Phillies' park, was at the bat. The
crowd was shouting itself hoarse for
"Gavvy" to hit "out of the lot." Shore
proved that he was willing to take a
chance, however, by breaking tho first
ball cer the plate for a strike. The
best Cravath eventually could do was
to send a slow bounder to Scott at
third, it seemed to many in the stand
that Scott had time for the play at
the plate, but he shot the ball to first
instead and Stock raced over with the
winning run. Then Luderus hit a
weak little grounder toward Shore.
The ball took a bad roll in the mud
just t.s Shore whs reaching for it and
Bancroft came over for the third and
last ran of the gime. Manager Car
rigan sent two pinch hitters to the
plate in the ninth but could not get a
man to second
Alexander outpitched Shore n every
way except in the number of hits al
lowed. "Alex" gave but two bases on
balls, as against Shore's four and he
struck out six men. while Sh'ore fanned
but two. Boston had nine men left
on bases, as against Philadephia's five.
Players Get 927,000.
Rain last night and early today
threatened a postponement of the game,
which eventually was played under a
brilliant October sun with scarcely a
cloud in the sky. The cozy little
grounds of the Phillies were filled to
the limit, despite the fact that the of
ficial attendance was announced as
short of 20.000. probably the smallest
crowd that ever witnessed a start of
a world's series.
The official attendance was 19,343
The total receipts S51.066: National
Commission's share. J5.106.60: players'
share. 27.i75.64; each club's share. $9 -191.
Every effort was made to get the
playing field in condition, but it was
wet and soggy throughout and had
much to do with robbing the game of
There is much speculation tonight as
to the batteries for tomorrow's game
It seems taken for granted that
Morans choice for the Phillies would
be either Chalmers or Mayer, while
Carngan will send either Foster or
Leonard in for the Red Sox. Score- '
"uoluu I .Philadelphia
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0 V Luderus. 1.
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Lewis, 1 . . . 4
Shore. p.. 3
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5 1 O
2 0 1
4 1 12
1 I 0 O
0 1 1V
1 lO 0 1
1 3 0 U
0 14 0
0 7 u u
1 0 0 0
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Batted foe Carfv In nlrth
Batted for Shore In ninth.
Bofton o o 0 0 0 o 1 o 1
Hits l lllllii 0 H
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3
H'ts 0 0 12 0 0 0 2 i
Runs. Speaker. Stock. Bancroft. Paskert.
Struck oui. by Shore 2. Alexander 0. Bases
on balls, off Shore 4. Alexander 2 Earned
runs. Boston 1. Philadelphia 3. Left on bases
Boston . Philadelphia 5. First base on e?:
rors. Boston 1. Philadelphia 1. Sacrifice
hits, Scott. Gardner. Cravath. Cady Stolen
bases. Whitted. Hoblitzel. Time. 1-38 lm
plres. Klem. Rlgler. Evans and O'Loiighlin.
FANS SEE GAME AT HETLIG
Theater Rings With Cheers at Criti
cal Moments as Plays Are Flashed.
About 700 baseball bugs saw the
first game between Philadelphia and
Boston in the world's series played
yesterday on the score board at the
Heilig. To such a degree of accuracy
was the board manipulated that the
fans felt perfectly at home.
During the critical moments the
theater rang with cheers and yells.
A casual visitor would have thought
himself in the very midst of the
grandstand in Philadelphia.
Brcsnahan May Be Oat of Game.
CHICAGO. Oct. 8. Roger Bresnahan,
manager of the Chicago Nationals,
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with a candle to find
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probably will be unable to play in any
of the remaining: games in the series
for the city baseball championship, it
became known today. Bresnahan was
seriously spiked in the left foot on
BETS FAVOR RI SOX TODAY
Wagers on Series Results Are About
Even; Phillie Money Plentiful.
Betting: -on the results of today's en
counter between the Phillies and the
Red Sox favored the Boston team 10 to
8 and. in some instances, 10 to 7 last
night. Betting- on the result of the
series was even, with plenty of Phila
delphia money to be had.
One prominent Portlander yesterday
laid down J100 to $250 that Philadel
phia would win yesterday's contest and
Boston would win today. Another bet
waa 100 to S00 that Grover Alexander
will win three games during: the series.
Numerous small bets were placed, but
there seems to be less interest locally
than last year.
MOXTAXA LOSES SNAPPY GAME
South Dakota Eleven Wins 10-7
Victory at Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN. S. D.. Oct. 8. (Special.)
In one of the most bitterly fought
games ever witnessed in this city, the
University of South Dakota football
team triumphed over the University of
Montana here this afternoon, 10 to 7.
A touchdown, goal and dropklck from
field in the first half were the only
scores Aberdeen was able to make, al
though the Montana goal line was
threatened several times.
Montana came back strong in the
second half and succeeded In pushing
the ball across for a touchdown. Vance
kicked goal. Montana started strong
again, fought hard, but was unable to
overcome South Dakota's lead. The hard
trip East had its effect upon the Mon
tana team, and not until the last quar
ter when the invaders showed a burst
of speed, did they come up to their
City League Star Xine to Play.
What in all probability will be the
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noon at Recreation Park. A team
composed of City League stars will
take on the Montavllla club at 2 o'clock.
The game is the ou. come of the rivalry
that has existed between the Monta
vllla club and the City Leaguers all
year. Swifel will pitch for the Monta
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