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Hesitated Long About Nam
ing Winner But Decided
VICTORY OVER RUSSIANS
WAS DECIDING FACTOR
Germans Will Possess Coun
try From Ostend to the
Persian Gulf and Egypt
By Carl V. Ackerman.
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, via The Hague, Oct. 11.
"Bulgaria's entrance into the war is
our greatest diplomatic victory."
Such was the opening declaration of
Oount Julius Andrassy, an immensely
influential Austro-Hungarian loader,
son of the former Bismark co-worker,
in an interview granted me today.
"The addition of Bulgaria to our
ranks will bring victory to us sooner,"
liie .said, "and will hasten the end of
"When the allies rqulize thev cannot
break our western lino, and Russia sees
she cannot win Constantinople, when
Knglnnd beholds us inarching to Egypt,
they will understand that it is unwise
to continue the campaign, and the war
"What was responsible for the Bul
garian diplomatic victory!" I asked.
"Our military victories over Russia"
be answered. "So long as the Russians
in Galicia and Hungary were threat
ening Budapest and Vienna, the Bal
kans were uncertain which was the
strongest, but when our offensive
iiL'Hinst the czar began, thev realized
that we were the most powerful. When
thoy saw the Russians expelled from
(ialiciu, and in retreat from Poland nnd
the ( ourland, they knew their luture
wus with us.
"Bulgaria realized at first. There
fore she was the first to break the
status quo. She is prepared now to
join us against Serbia,
"This insures the safety of Constan
tinople. It will make Serbia easier, and
it will oiien communication between
Germany, Austria iiungiirm, miiaarm
- . . it TI..1
and Turkey. Thus the strength of the
central powers will extend through
Europe, from llambiirgg to Persia.
"We will have our enemies safely
ou two sides, while our strength will
lie undivided." ,
lie paused a moment and smiled.
"it was a eomicnl step they took in
In iding troops in Greece" he continued,
" Kngland lliegnn the war with the'
declaration that she is the protector of
little nations; now she is violating a
little nation's neutrality. She may have
to accomplish a coup d' etat by it, but I
if so, she failed. The only thing now
left is for the allies is to withdraw;
their troops. i
" What will Americans say when they I
lead what the allies did against Greece. I
isn't the situation there the same asi
with Belgium t
"Bulgaria hns the best equipped
establishment in the Balkans. Her en
tiance into 'he wur means that an en
tire new army is on the side of the
i entrul powers. The allies realize this
or they never would have tnken the
fateful step they did against Greece."
To a question' as to whether the Bui-
riti it development might prevent a
v. inter campaign to bring the weir to a
'iei'.ly end, Andrassy replied:
' r 1 1 is possible, but why prophecy T
ur offensive against Serbia has hardly
begun. When it is well under way. if
nothing halts it, the central powers
will have throuuh communication from
'istend to tlie Persian gulf nnd perhaps
rnt is tho situation in Austria-
Ilnngarvf " I asked
"The people now believe victory
ucnr," he answered. "While the Rus
sians threntMiied HinliiiHst and Vienna.
Uiev were naturally uncomfortable; but!
lite great Kussinn d
enthusiasm. The whole situation in our
'onntiy is good."
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I-ondon, Oct. ll.-Hnlgaria will form
n...... ..... :.. i.i tlie
Serbian railway from Nish to Solinika
nnd a second to fight Greece and a
third to watch Koiimunia, according to
a Bucharest dispatch to the Times to
Greek King VI
Indon, Oct. 11. Berlin dispatches
toilay reported King Constantine of
Greece ill sud confined to bis room.
To Dirida Orfc:
Athens, Oct. 11. Reports that Ger
many induced Bulgaria to enter the
r on her side by promising her Greek
By George B. Holmes.
( United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Braves Field, Boston, Mass., Oct. 11.
A billowing sea of more than 40,000
faces, rising" tier on tier until it seemed
thev almost met the skv. saw the Red I
Sox and Phillies resume their quest of. n9t011 r0.vnl rooters, back on their
... , . , . ., . ,, i own pasture, set an example, to the
a worlds championslup tins afternoon j hngfi am, fM Bn h'()ur boon,
in the most magnificent ball park in I the gnme the place was a bedlam of
the world. It was the biggest baseball j (,,
crowd in the biggest baseball park.j Tcn niinutcs before game time Leon
Seemingly far in the distance loomed i an alui Alexander started warming
the walls of the park, over which it I Up
would seem impossible for a batted! Rmors were floating about that Bill
ball to carry. Not a man in batting Killifor, Philadelphia 'a first catcher,
practice succceueu in puning me uun
anywhere near the wall on the fly
But if n ground ball ever got by a
was nothing to stop it.
wng nothing t ostop it.
Thirteen thousand "rush" seats
were filled to sardine closeness four
hours before game time. The huge
grandstand was slower in filling, for
at 1 o'clock only a lew seats were ;n the "crooshinl" game. ?ew r.ng
occupied. land poured her populace into Boston.
Bed Sor Careful. And no Paul Revere is necessary to
The Red Sox showed their fear of arouse them either. The enemy is hero
alien ground bv taking the field attaint it is up to New England to man
noon and working steadily for two
hours. Kverv foot of ground was gone
over for mysterious spots which might
turn the course of n ball game.
The Phillies came on the field at
1 o'clock and shortly thereafter took
the diamond for batting practice.
Erskino Mnyer, who pitched last
Saturday's gaiuo and Hixey pitched to
Tho crowd gave both Alexander and
Crnvnth "hands" when they took their
mmctlv turns. Every eve in the I
nark was on "Cactus" as he swung
with all his might and put two balls
fur nnd nwav in the outfield,
Alexander was the only Philly pitch
er to take any battling practice.
The size of the new Braves park was
simply appalling to Philadelphia fans
milking the trip here. From the upper
stand, high above the field, long out
field drives looked almost like infield
field drives iookcu annus.. .m
shnnts. so far were they away from tlie,,.
fences. In tno instance cnum c ai-cu
H, - ri,nrln river, ueneefultv meander
h , oblivious to the big struggle
b . U) ,mlleil off.
"I"'" ' .. , . , !. SI.
From the nulo nign press uu,
looked far enough nwaj to bo tho Oak
The Line Up:
Philadelphia Stock lib, Bancroft ss,
Pnkert cf, Cravath rf, Luderus lb,
Whitted 11', Niehoff 2b.
Boston Hooper rf, Scott ss, npciiK.-i
nf UmIi it'e III. 1.CW1S II.
- ..... . .. T . .. iff r'..,l.i.i
. ' ,, . ii,u.a,leli.tiin.
narry in; iu,""-- - ,
Alexander and Bums. Bostou-l.eon-
nrd and Cnrngan.
K linn nil bases: Kigler
in left field;
Kvnns right field.
Shortly before tho game,
ii.i in front of the stand nnd:mUc the Carrignn clan on the wagon
Presented with huge floral horse shoe,
the uift of Boston fandoin, while the,
L i ,ii,i it. best to burst its vocal i
crowd did its uest iu
Moron Plnved both ends against the
President Wilson Agrees To
Flan, Carranza Says He
Will Grant Amnesty
1 1. formal steps
of General Car
rnnza were taken today. Secretary oi
State linrrsing notified President wit -
,011 concerning the l'au-Americnii cou -
ALL OTHERS REBELS
ferenccs; recommendation tor recogui fl,-iaa 1 1 -v- quieted, he intends to grant
tiou but the president had already lip-( ,,.! v to everyone, but ho main
proved the step. j tains that to d oso just now would be
Reunpnsitiou of ine arms cmimrK.i
nncomiorin.iie: on ; a hlHt vj,a nJ flllti.( arranw. ,
e cat and our latest j ,,BB. Hereafter all
has "ousod tl ';t arrnKn .,., wi ,e classc-d as,
Although the Villista gave' no sign,
. . . . I... .t... -u '
of departure, in me ini i
ranza move, it was learned the odmin-!
i.tration wi II expell are rebellious
agencies and agents,
' . .
ti'i'i.. l. ..In, lira nn hflt nil
decided upon the form of immediate Colonel Henry Lnub, representing the
Z l d.io!"t ibably this will be, allied liquor Interests, declared today.
rci o).nii ion, ii is i . tn(lt ,hB (arij n,ot system would be
territory including the Greek ports of! used to put every voter on record and
Salonika and Kavala were denied to-jmpply him with information concern-
day bv tie German legation.
CWrmana Los Heavily.
Paris. Oct. IL Between 7.000 and
S.0U0 German fell In an attempt to
re-capture lost positions at I-oos and to
the northward, toJsy's official com
having them work against both loft
right hand pitching. lie worked Rixey,
his only southpaw, hard, showing Tat
had a fair sized notion lie was up
against classy southpawing from
"Dutch" Leonard, and he was not
taking any chances.
wag ,,. to gtt back in the game,
The rumors apparently unfounded had
little effect on the betting which was
Boston, Mass., Oct. 11 Tho biggest
crowd that ever witnessed a profes
sional bull iranie is here to see Orover
(.!ieVclnnd Alexander play toe Bed Sox
The Braves field enn seat comfortab
ly 47,000 people. In a pinch, it will
This pinch was a foregone conclusion
when "Silk" O'Loughlin allowed the
fight to start nt 2 o'clock.
Orover Cleveland Alexander, the
niiu'utv. was slated to do the honors
for the Phillies, while against him will
probably be Leonard, the rippin'st left
hnnded bloke in uiiHoPnu. Leonard, ue-
fore the series, was selected as the big
gest stumbling block in the path of
This game is more than a single game.
It is the unine. If Alexander is sub
dued, there remain only Chalmers and I
Kixey to lick before the world's cham-
pionsiiip is stiewn about Huston com
From the Boston standpoint, Glial
mers nnd Rixcy do not look very hefty.
.,. nlul ixov ,o not look very hefty,
., .. . lf ., ,. , s , t
Alexander, it will be even money that
tho Red Sox tnke the next two games.
The weather is great. There is just
enough zip In the air to nako things
All Tickets Grabbed Up.
At I' o'clock nliuost ns many persous
were outside the park, waiting for the
bleacher ticket windows to open, as
saw either game in Philadelphia. Thir
teen thousand rush seats and standing
room for 10,000 were snapped by a line
whihe formed yesterday nnd waited nil
night, stamping their feet to keep
Alexander will get. the acid test in
this game. Many persons believe Alev
was lucky in winning the lirst gme.
lf he loses today, it will portly confirm
their suspicious. If he wins, he will
for the fair, and will stmt Wednesday's
game at Philadelphia on overwhelming
M of t()(nv)(( (,a)n(, ,s
bound to be as important as the math-
accomplished by notifying the Car
raiiza junta or bv appointing a new
staff for the American embassy at
Mexico City. Among those mentioned
fur the post amliiissnilur are Paul rul
ler, one of Pri'siTU'iit Wilson 's personal
envoys to Mexico recently, t onsul
Sillimnn who has been recently with
Currunza at Vera Cm.; Consul Shank
lin of Mexico City; and John liind,
who served on Mexican missions for
the president for a long time.
Vera' Cruz, Oct. 1 1 Delighted with
, the Pan-American conference decision
..to recognize him, General Carranza to
! day planned to depart for a trip
'through the northern stntes.
lie foresaw an early end to the war
fare which has drenched Mexico in
. ,110i f()r y,.,lrii nd announced there
; wnll be no further formal battles.
i A . ,(ic .jtnntinn has suf-
1W . J A T
WClS anO UfyS 10
Fight In California
Los Angeles, fill.. Oct. II, The
"wets" here are preparing to make n
stijnk'l fight against the California
' . . - ... v i i i :.. ti.ti
ICV III III I'll I K II I I"' 1 11 nn n ,i iu iniw.
l ig me campaign
PORTLAND GETTING GOOD
Portland, Or., Oct. IL- Sunday was
the quietest day record at the city
jail. Not an arrest wsa made between
six a. m. and midnight.
Auto Turns Turtle and
Plunges Oil of Grade at
Pinned under the steering wheel
when his oar blew a tire and rolled off
the grade, Carl Anderson, the son of
S. 1''. Anderson, was asphyxiated by, the
fumes from the gasoline tank before
he could be rescued and died as soon
as he wus removed from under the ear. I
Tho accident happened at about 9 I
o elocK mist nignt at the grade north of
tliA Kiflcpi'ii l hridee a iim nvei- siy
lliuc-n J I Mill iuj!t cn uil tilt' J lllltM-llll-
euce road. At this place there is a
curve and a 10 foot fill leading up to
the north end of the bridge and Cnrli
Anderson and Keith White, of this city,
were returning lioiu Corvnllis' to Su
lem. According to Wt.te there was a
fe-e mil -ierii tlie rnml Inxt nff nf '
the end of the bridge and Anderson,!
who wus driving, swung to the extreme!
right on tho outside of the curve to;
avoid hitting the mil. Before, he could;
turn his ear back into the road the
right front tire blew up. and the driver !
was unable to reejiin control of the J
machine. Thev struck the fence along
we edge or me curve anout niu feet i
t- n... 1 it... I,..: l i ii.. i
i mill tue utiii ui it' ii nige uuu iiiiriii'd
off of the embankment binding bot
tom side up in .Mr. Brunk's pasture.
Both men were pinned under the car
and the steering wheel held Anderson
fast while the burst gnsoline tuuk un
der tiie seat sent out its fumes upon
tho helpless men.
Under Car 20 Minutes.
They shouted for help as long as they
could, but it was nearly 'JO minutes
before aid could be summoned and the
car removed. Anderson was conscious
up to tun tune he was removed and a
few minutes before White got out he
asked his companion how he war fur-
m just about all in from this gas
oline," Anderson Answered, nnd that
wa. about his last conscious speech.
White finally wriggled from under the
car but: when Aiidorsiin was taken out
he was unable to speak and nave but
a few gasps in tlie open air nnd then
liHi-t into unconsciousness.
When the car crashed through the
fence Mr. I.ooncy, who resides near the
bridge, heard the noise and set nut. nt
once for the pIsco. He was unable to
remove the cui nlono and ho hastened
for assistance. Two men cnnie along
in an auto truck and with the further
aid of Mr. Bruiik they piied the car
up and hauled Anderson out. A doc
tor was summoned from Balem but life
was extinct n few minutes after the
injured man was removed. White lost
most of the skin from his back and
shoulders and one hand was lacerated.
In addition he suffered severely from
having his raw wounds drenched in
gnsoline but In" doctor today states
that White will be uble to resume his
Oar Anderson had just turned 21 and (.(st , ,, B HU,,,01.tig one lo Ser
was a member of tho firm of Koff & ,,in ,,, !,, , Teutons and to create
A.idcrMn, proprietors of the Great . I (jv(,rRil11 Bml,a lh liolgnrian fron
Western Garage. His body was brougntl i(.r N IM(,Ve, however, has
back to tins city by Coroner Clough t ),,. ri.,,ort(.d f,m Ni,, There is
last night ami funeral nrrangemenis a p;uv that this moans lliilgaria
w. be announced later. mlv ,.(m;,j,,,r discretion .better than vnl-
luneral arrangements have not Hs;,)rlln, rl.fllH, to pn,,,r ,M(1 war, Th
yet been inn.le, but it is probable that , n,,i..,. w, tt niu,. i,l,. .... on
tho services will be held Wednesduv
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THEY DRINK ALONE.
Ijomlon, Oct. II. "Have one on
me" is a thing of the past, ns fur ns
the world's greatest metropolis is con
cerned. The stringent nut! treating bnv went
into effect today with its penally of
$ iljil fine and six months in prison,
As a result, driiikinjf is on the down
grade ami authorities estimate liquor
consumption will lie cut In two.
Washington, Oct. IL The interstate
commerce commission today post poned
from December 1 to December I ft i
order separating 12 big eastern rail-
roads from steamship lines they own
The separation is necessitated by th
l'liiiuins canal act.
and Tuesday gen
erally fair except
ness, and probab
ly showers north
west ortion; and
In east portion
Indications Are White House
Wedding May Take
Place Next Week
Washington, Oct. 11. Ar. President
Wilsou and his 'fiancee, Mrs. Norman
Gait, planning to surprise the nntionf
This was the question everywhere to
day, and society believes that they are
by having their wedding very soon.
Here is the evidenco that strengthens
this belief: The president slipped
away from tho White House today
and bought a big wardrobe trunk.
Secretnrv of the Treasury McAdoo
and his wife, the president's daughter,
scheduled to no west Inst Friday, nave
Secretary o the Treasury McAdoo
and his wife, the president's daugh-
i,,ii.,.i' t .. iui v.i,i.,,-
' . ,
have not gono vet
Secretary of War Garrison and his
wife are returning from Hot Springs
this week, instead of next as original-
Mrs' Daniels, wife of Secretary of
the Navy Daniels, now visiting in tho
south will hurry homo immediately,
Margaret Wilson not expected to the
White House until Friday is coming
immediately. All these things were
regarded as more thnn coincidence, and
society thought they pointed to a
wedding this week or next.
n . . . . . .
The only thing learned definitely re
garding the wedding trip was that it
will not go to San Diego. The presi
dent hns Bent a letter to the school
superintendent there saving it seemed
impossible to accept the invitation of
si lionl children to go there. The peti
tions boro thousands of children's
signatures and when tightly rolled
made a paper cylinder nearly a font in
The president continued to receive
coniiintulalions from foreign rulers
All Balkans Uneasy Lest
They Make a Mistake In
Picking the Winner
By J. W. T. Mason. .
(Written for the l'nited Press.)
New Vork, Oct. 1 1. Itulgiiriti s ic
luetunce to begin the expected offen
sive niiuinst Serbia Is probably ex
plained by Czar Ferdinand's protest to
Athens against, the nllies using Greek
Tln Iliilirnru u)l fin lil 1. 11 1 1 rni lit mil fl t
- i 'i ' --. -
the lookout for the winner mid their
opinions fluctuate rnnstiintly,
The Hiiildc:! binding ot the allies lit
naioniKu introduced an uiieiccie.i en -
un lit into the situation and this is caus
ing uneasiness at Sofia.
With Grent Britain and I'riiiue re
inforcing Serbia, there is an even
cIkiihc tillit tho Serbs will be uble to
deadlock the invasions, liulgaria niust
onceniraie pans or ncr nrniy on ui' -
, l!miuininn and Greek frontiers. Hem e
if were to wnste her iniiin strength
against Serbia, Greece ami Kiimnnin
might take advantage of her weakness
and attack Bulgaria.
The new Greek ministry lins nhown
n() Monto of consenting to Bnlgnr-
, in d,,,,,,,,,! that Greece close the ul-
j,. rm t Serbia,
':j$ay They Are Americans
But Criticize America
Iios Angeles, Cul., Oct. 1 L German
Americans of lis Angeles and vicinity I
were on record today ss being loyal j
Americans, nnd as being determined to'
fight for the I'liited Stules in case of I
war with any European power.
These deciarations were miide by
speakers at the German Day celebra
tion here. War with Germany was
out of the question according to
onstors. Tney criticised President Wil
son's action In "overruling the rights
nf one fourth the citizens of the,
l'nited Ktiites," by his attitude to
Arthur Haas, local attorney, in open
ing his address declared emphatically
ha was speaking American, not English.
Phillies Lost Game When Moran, In Trying To Save Alex
. andcr, Stopped Him At Third Inning Buras Made
the One Run For the Phillies and Alexander Could
. Also Have Scored Easily .
Stock, 3b ...
O. A. K.
Niehoff, 2b 0
Burns, c 1
Alexander, p 0
1 32l 0
Two out when winning run was
Hooper, rf 1
Scott, as 0
Lewis, cf . . .
Barry, b ...
Leonard, p 0
Totnls 2 0 27 l 1
Runs and hits by innings:
Philndelphlii, ruus 001 000 0001
Buso hits 102 000 000 H
Boston, runs 000 100 0012
Base hits 010 100 2021!
Suminiiry: Three buse hits, Hpenkur.
Two base hits, Stock. Base on balls,
off Alexander, 2; off Leonard, 0.
Struck out, by Alexander, 6; by Leon
ard, S. Sacrifice hit, Stock. Suciitice
fly, Hoblitzi'l, Ruus responsible for
Alexander, 2; Leonard, 0. Double plays,
Burns lo Niehoff to Luderus. Time of
gnme. 1:1S. Umpires, O'l.oiighlin,
Klein, Riglcr nnd Kvuus.
Gross receipts, 0H:i,iD1.
Players' share, ll,02:t.l4.
National commission's sharo, IB.
10. Kncli clubs' share, 1 1,1174.50.
By Qoorge B. Holnios.
(United Press stuff correspondent.)
Bruves' Field, Boston, Muss., Oct. 11.
Orover Cleveland Alexander lost the
toughest game of his career this after
noon before the biggest crowd that
ever saw a pi'ofcssionul huschnll gaine
in the I luted Stntes. Host on beat out
the big philly star in n desperate ninth
inning finish thVit sent more than 40,
000 people into n frenzy. For eight in
nings Alexander hud struggled along,
holding the Sox to four hits, while his
t on in mutes were uniilile to get more
than one run off Leonard. In the
ninth, Hooper, who heretofore hud
gone hillcss led off with a low liner
over second base. Scott, weakest on
the Boston attack, sent hi in to second
with a sacrifice, and then cnino Speak
er. Tris already had got two hits and
scored Boston's only run, Alexander
was n fluid to take a chance ami pusscd
the Texun. Holilitzcl died on lin easy
infield chanco, Then came Huffy
Lewis, who, already had two hits oil'
The Ciilil'orninii slammed the fiist
ball pitched for n scrciuiifng liner over
short nnd Hooper ciiiuii home with the!
j run that put the iiiiiuciisii stands on its
It was a game that hud the immense
throng In a frenzy of excitement almost
enntiiiiiiilly. A lexninlcr, called lucky,
was throwing the lie into Boston 's very
tceth by mowing down the Ited Sox
j ),,,,,, B,.ytM, nli,, through the
tll ornss. Leonard for Boston Mils
I L'oinn eituiiliv us good, striking out
Phillv sbiL'i'crs with regularity.
Lewis mis mobbed us ho threw down
his bat and hugged Hooper lis the latter
crossed the plate. Thousands of Bus
toiiiuns clambered out of the I'riiud
stand and crowded around the Cnlifor
II in it, while his team mates fuuglit des
perntely to get to him, Malinger Car
rigiui threw his arms around Duffy's
neck almost subbed for joy.
Philadelphia should have liml this
game, ami they would hiivn won it hud
not Mornn wanted o save his big
pitcher's strength. Iu the third Inning,
when the I'hillies scored their run, Ed
die Bums. Mornn 's little second catch
er, had bd off with his first single
of the series. All error by Hoblil.cl
gave Alexander a life nnd put Burns'
on second. Milton Stock sacrificed them
nlong, nnd Buncroft enmn through with
a rlenti Texas leaguer over second that
rolled far Into center field. Bums
hnd rounded third like a flash and was
over the plnte by the (line Speaker had
retrieved the Mill. Alexander, on ly a
few yards behind, hnd ulso rounded
third when Moran waved him buck,
rather than take n chance on Alexander
hurting himself In a probable slide.
Leonard, however, tightened up and
forced paskert to pop weakly to Hnr
ry and I'ravsth to fly to l.ewls. They
called Alexander lucky for winning Fri
day's game, lf he was lucky, Leon
ard was doubly so today. Time and
again almost superhuman work by Bar-
vy nnd Lewis suved Leonard.
Boston lost no time in tieing the
score in the fourth. Speaker slammed a
triple down the right field foul line
hud llohlitzcl sent a long sacrifice fly
to Paskert in center field. "JSpoke '
came homo standing up.
After that tho game settled down to
a pretty pitching duel, Alexander
was in hot water just once and was
saved by probably the freakiest play
over seen in a world's series. Speaker
was tho trouble maker. It was his sec
ond hit, a hit over short, Hoblitzel eiimo
up with orders to sacrifice, nnd dumped
the ball on the edgii of the plate.
It looked like u foul, and he never
moved. But O'Loughlin called it fair
nnd Iturns throw to-Bancroft, who, in
the turn, throw to Luderus and the first
double play of the series was recorded.
Time of gumo :iH.
Score by Innings.
First: Philadelphvi Stock up, bull
one, foul, strike one: foul, strike two;
bull two. Stuck doubled to. center
Spenker lost the bull in the sun nnd of
ficial scorer guvo Stock a hit. Bancroft
up, strike one, called. Buncroft out,
Gardner to llohlitzcl, Stock taking
third. Paskert up, bull one, bull two,
strike one, bull three Piuikort fouled
out, to Gardner. Cravath up, ball one,
strike one, foul, strike two; bull two.
Crnvnth funned, swung. No ruus, no
hits, no errors.
Boston Hooper up, ball one, ball
two, strike one, called. Hooper flew
to Cravath. Scott up, ball one, ball
two, foul, strike one; foul, strike two
Scott fanned, swung at the lust one.
Speaker up, foul, strike one; ball one.
Speaker flew to I'uskert. No runs, no
hits, no errors,
Alexander seemingly stinted off to
pitch the same sort of bull he pitched
Friday. He did not seem to be putting
much on the bull,
Second inning: l'liilndelphia Luder-
nil, 1ml! one, ball two, strike one,
foul, strike two; foul. Luderus fanned,
swung, He swung nnrd nt the lust one.
Whitted up, strike one, culled; bull one,
ball two, foul, strike two. Whitte
popped to llohlitzcl, Niehoff up, ball
one. Niehoff popped to Scott. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Leonard was going great. He hud a
world of speed and put the bull over
the corners like n rifle shot.
Huston lloblilzel up, bull one, ball
two, strike one, called; foul, strike two.
lloblilzel out, Alexander, unassisted.
Alrxundcr run over to the base line uud
picked up u roller, 'tugging him out.
Lewis up, 1 in 1 1 one, ball two. Lewis
singled down left field foul line, liar
up, Lewis out stealing, Burns to llnu
crol't, Hti ike one, called; ball one, bull
two. Gardner flew to Whitted. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
Third iniiiiiir: Philadelphia Burns
o. ,nll one, strike one. Burns singled
to center, Alexander up, ball one,
strike one. bull two, Alexander safe
wi,.n olilit,cl dropped the bail, Hums
j mif,i nt second, llohlitzcl gets error,
I Stock up, bull one, Stock sacrificed,
' (iiudni r to lloblilzel. both runners nd-
l vancing. Bancroft up, singled, scoring
i Hums, lie took s ml on the throw
in. Alexander on third. Paskert up,
flew to Hurry. Alexnuder was held at
third. Hurry iiunle v. wonderful cutcli
with his buck to the ball. Cravath up,
strike one, swung; ball one, Cruvntli
flew to Lewis. One run, two hits, one
'Boston Barry up, bull one, foul,
strike one; Harry flew to Paskert, Cnr
rigan up, ball one, strike one, foul,
strike two, called; ball two, foul ball
til ice, Cnrrigan walked. Leonard up,
foul, atrtkc one; bull one, bull two,
strike two. Whitted tried hard for a
long foul from Leonard but misscj;
foul. Leonard fanned, swung. Hooper
up, strike one, called; bull one, Abx
under kepi Carrigaa untied to first.
Hooper up.'ball two. Hooper popped to
Stock. No runs, no hits, no errors,
Seemingly superhuman support was
nil that prevented the I'hillies nuikinf
three runs. Marry ran Into center and
took Piiskert's high one and a moment
Inter Lewis raced to lett field wall
and In one final conclusive leap speared
what appeared to be a triple off Crav
ath 'a bat.
Fourth liming: Philiidelphia Lu
derus up, ball one, ball two, strlka
one, called; strike two. Luderus fan
ned. Whitted uji. ball one, ball two,
foul, strike one. Whitted flew to Hoop
(Cdutiausd an Potf riv.)