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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1916.
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strike two, ball .ne, ball two. Mowrey
out, Oarclner to Hoblitzell. Gardner
made a great stop and throw. Olson
up, strike one, foul strike two, foul,
ball one, bull two. Olson flew to Shor
ten. Meyers up, ball one. Meyers safe
on a bounder to Shore. It went for a
single. It got away from Shore. It was
the first Brooklyn hit. Pfeffer up, foul
strike one- Pfeffer out, Gardner to
uotmtzell. iso runs, ono hit. no errors,
Gardner, when throwing out llowroy
ran far over toward the pitcher's box.
took the fAst grounder off the grass
nml snot it to first while still on the
Boston: Cady up, strike one, ball one.
Cady out, Olson to Daubert. Shore up,
ball one. Shore flied to Wheat. It was
a great catch. Wheat ran at top speed
toward center field, picked the ball off
tho grass. Hooper singled past first.
Janvrin up. Jauvrin doubled to left,
scoring Hooper. Shorten up, strike one,
foul strike two, ball one. Jauvrin took
third on a wild pitch. Shorten fanned.
He swung at the last one. One run,
two hits, no errors.
Janvrin ' hit went Tor a double when
Myers fell ns the ball touched his hauds.
Ho mndc a great sprint.
Brooklyn: Myers up. Myers flew to
Shorten on the first ball pitched- Dau
bert up, strike one, ball one. Daubert
out. Gardner to Hoblitzell. Stengel up,
bell one, foul strike one, foul strike two.
Stengel popped to Scott. No runs, uo
hits, no errors.
Shore hnd been touched for only one
hit up to this time, an infield roller
by Meyers. He was mixing a fast ball
with a sharp breaking curve, which
stood the Dodgers ou their heads.
Boston: Hoblitzell up, strike one,
strike two, ball one, ball two,- ball three.
Hoblitzell out, Daubert unassisted.
Lewis up, ball one, foul strike one.
Lewis singled to left- Gardner up,
ball one, foul strike one. Gardner forced
Lewis, Olson to Cutshaw. Scott up, ball
one, foul strike one, ball two. Gard
ner took second on a wild pitch. Scott
out, Mowrey to Duubert. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
On l'feffer's wild pitch tho official
scorers first announced it as a passed
ball, but 'finally decided to call it a
Brooklyn: Wheat up. Wheat flew to
Hooper. Cutshaw up, strike one. Cut
shnw out, Shore to Hoblitzell. Mowrey
up, strike one, ball one. Mowrey sing
led to left. It was the first clean drive
off Shore. Olson up, foul strike one.
Olson safe nt first and Mowrey at sec
ond when Scott fumbled. Mowrey took
third and Olson second when Scott
threw wild over Hoblitzell 's head.
Scott was given one error. Meyers up.
Meyers out, Scott to Hoblitzell. . No
runs, one hit, one error
Scott 's piny was very similar to that
on which Olson was given two errors,
though the bnll was harder to handle.
Boston: Cady up, strike one. Cady
fouled to Mowrey. Shore up, strike one,
bnll one, strike two. Shore fanned.
Hooper up. Hooper out, Outshaw to Dnu
bert. No runs, no hits, no errors.
E. II. E-
Brooklvn . . 1 2 S
Boston 4 0 2
Brooklyn: Mcrkle batting for ffef
for, bnll one. Mcrkle lined out to
Lewis. Mvers up. .. Mvers popper to
Shore. He tried to bunt. Daubert up,
striko one, ball one, foul strike two.
Daubert out, Scott to Hoblitzell. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Merklo's drive to Lewis gave the lat
ter n chance to pull a spectacular piny.
He caught tho ball at his shoetops.
Boston: Dell now pitching for Brook
lyn. Jnuvriu up. Janvrin singled to
left. Shorten up, bnll oue, ball two,
Shorten sacrificed, Mowrey to Daubert.
Hoblitzell up, strike one, ball one, strike
two, ball two, ball three. Hoblitzell
flew to Wheat. Lewis up, ball one, ball
two, ball tiling, strike one, strike two.
Lewis flew' to Wheat. No runs, one hit,
no errors. ,
Brooklyn: Stengel up, strike one.
Stengel singled to left. Wheat up,
strike oue, strike two, ball one. Wheat
fanned, swinging hard at the last one.
Cutshaw up, Jauvrin to Hoblitzell, Sten
gel taking second. Mowrey up, strike
one. Mowrey out, flew to Scott. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
Titnls: H. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 , 3
Boston 4 7 2
On the brink of the precipice which
overhangs the chasm of baseball obliv
ion, all their touted fighting spirit will
bo needed to shake off tho assaults of
the Kcd Sov batsmen and pitchers.
Jeff Pfeffer," who hasn't started a
game in the series,. but who proved the
"proverbial tower of strength" in the
dash down the season's stretch, was fa
vored to start the game for Kobinsou.
Boston was blessed with another per
fect day for this fifth game, and this,
coupled with the usual observance of
Columbus day, gave rise to indications
that even the 41,000 crowd of tho sec-!
ond game of the series might be sur
passed. The nir was chilly and over-!
coots, furs and sweaters were much in
Ernie Shore seemed the logical choice
fur Boston 's effort to put over the fin
Brooklyn: Myers, cf.; "Daubert, lb;
Stengel, rf.; Wheat, If.; Cutshaw, 2b;
Mowrey, 3b; Olson, ss.
Boston: Hooper, rf.; Janvrin, 2b;
Shorten, cf.; Hoblitzell, lb; Lewis, If.;
Gardner, 3b; Scott, ss.
Cmpircs: At plnte, Connolly; on
bases, O'Duy; ou foul lines, CJuigley and
Brooklyn: Myers up, striko oue,
strike two. Myers fanned- The three
bulls were nil culled strikes. Daubert
up, ball one, foul strike one, ball two,
foul strike two. Daubert out, Cady to
Hoblitzell. Stengel up, bull one, ball
two. Stengel sufo on Scott's wild
throw. The throw was high and drew
Hoblitzell off the bug. Scott was
charged with an error. Wheat up, bull
one. Wheat fouled to Hoblitzell. No
runs, no hits, one error.
The play on Duubert was a quick
piece of work by Cady. The bnll rolled
in front of tho plate and Ctulv had to
go fust to reach it in time to catch the
Horn on: Hooper up, strike one, foul
strike tnu, ball one, bull two, bull
three. Hooper out, Cutshaw to Dau
bert. Janvrin up, bull oue, strike oue.
Jnuvriu out, Mowrey to Daubert. Shor
ten up, ball one, bull two, strike oue.
Shorten flew to Wheat. Xo runs, no hits,
Pfeffer and Scott both looked good in
the opening inning. Each used a curve
bull with good effect.
Brooklyn: Cutshaw up, bull one ball
two, bull three. Cutshaw walked on
four pitched bulls. Mowrey out, Hob
litzell to Shore, who covered first, Cut
shaw tnking second. It was a sacrifice.
Olson out, Gardner to Hoblitzell, Cut-
shuw taking third. Meyers up, bull one.
Cutslinw scored on a passed bull. The
ball was wide but was in Cnily's mitt.
It bounded out and rolled to the grand
stand. .Meyers up, striko one, bull two.
Meyers out, Scott to Hoblitzell. One
inn, no hits, no errors.
Cutshaw was quick to take advantage
o'f Cudy's passed bull. He scored eas
ily stuudiiig up.
Boston: Hoblitzell up. Hoblitzell out,
Pfeffer to Duubert. Lewis up. Lewis
tripled to left. The hit should have
been a single but it bouuded over
Wheat head. Gardner flew to Wheat,
Lewis scoring after tho catch. Wheat 's
throw was wide. Scott up, ball one,
foul strike one. Mowrey dropped the
bull ii lid wns given an error. Strike
two, foul- Scott fouled to Meyers. One
run, one hit, one error.
Scott 's foul, which Mowrey dropped,
wns n high twister. It barely touched
Mowrey 's hund.
Brooklyn: Pfeffer up, bull one, strike
oue, foul strike two. Pfeffer fanned.
Meyers up. .Meyers out, Unrulier to
Hoblitzell on the firs bnll pitched.
Daubert up. Duubert out, Shore to Hob
litzell. No runs', no hits, no errors.
l.'p to this time not a bnll had beeu
hit out of the infield by the Dodgers-
Shore hnd walked one man nud fanned
Boston: Cady up. Cady singled to
right. It was a line drive over Dau
bert 's head. Daubert jumped for it nud
the bnll hit his glove, bounding into
right field. Shore up, foul strike oue,
ball ono. Shore fouled to Meyers. He
tried to sacrifice, but sent up a weak
pop foul. Hooper up, ball ono, bnll two,
ball three. Hooper walked on four
Hitched balls, Jiinvrin up, utriko one,
foul striko two, ball one. Janvrin hit
to Olson and Cady scored. Olson jug
gled the bnll nnd threw wild to Cut
shaw, trying to get Hooper. Junvriu
wns sate nt tirst. Olson gets iwo or
lors, one for mutf and one for throw
ing tho bnll into center field. Shorten
up, strike one, foul strike two, ball one,
bail two. Junvriu out, stealiug, Meyers
to Olson. Hooper on third. Shorten
singled to (enter, scoring Hooper. Hob
litzell up, strike one, foul strike two.
foul, ball one. Shorten out, stealing,
Meyers to Olson. Two runs, two hits,
The piny on which Olson wns given
two errors wns oue unusuul variety.
Hooper whs first permitted to ndvauce
n bnso when Olson juggled and Cftdv
jtken scored when Olson threw wild,
making two niispmvs.
; Fourth Inning. .
j Brooklyn: Stengel up, bnll one, strike
'one. Stengel flew to Shorten. Wheat
I up, strike one, foul strike two, bnll one.
I Wheat fanned, swinging at the third.
' Cutshaw up. bnll one, strike oue. Cut
ishaw out, Shorteu to Hoblitzell. No
duns, no hits, no errors.
The Dodgers' effort in. this inning
i was very weak.
j Boston: Hoblitzell up. ball one. ball
' two, bull three. Hoblitzell walked, on
; four pitched balls. Lewis up- Lewis
' sacrificed, Daubert to Cntshnw, Hoblit
! zell going to second. Gardner up, bnll
lone, foul strike one. Gardner out. Cut
jshaw to Daubert. Hoblitzell took third.
Scott up. strike one. Scott out, Olson
I to Daubert. No runs, no hits, no errors,
j The crow d was packed into every cor
i ner of the iinemnse stands and many
j stood in the runways. Despite its size,
ithe enthusiasm wns verv limited.
' Brooklyn: Mowrey up, strike one,.
See the Wild Broncs and the Cham
pion Bulldoggers at the
Albany Round LJp
and County Fair
Commencing Thursday, October 12,
Concluding Saturday, October 14.
Keduced round-trip fares sold by
agents of Oregon Electric Railway,
Woodburn to Eugene and Corvallis,
inclusive, October 11 to 14 inclusive,
- good for return until October 16.
From Salem-$1.10. Woodburn $1.75.
Quinaby $1.35. Donald $2.00. St.
Louis $1.60. Butteville $2.15. Corval
lis 50 cents. Eugene $1.75.
J. W. Ritchie, Agent, Salem.
R. H. Crozier, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
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The crowd rose to its feet and scream
ed for four minutes.
Got Great Welcome.
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct- 12. The
Hoosier capital today gave President
Wilson a rip-roaring welcome when he
arrived at 11:35 o'clock to spend the
There wns an absence of brass bands
and red fire such, as heralded the visit
of Charles E. Hughes some nights ago,
but in the demonstration accorded to
the president, the fine hand of the dem
ocratic "home guard" was observed to
have done a finished piece of work.
A throng was at the station when the
president's train pulled in and thou
sands of people lined the streets-
THINK NO KINGSTON
Washington, Oct. 32. Admiral
Gieaves, commanding the Atlantic de
stroyer squadron believes there was no
steamer Kingston, or Kingstonian, sunk
by a Germnu submarine, he reported of
ficially to the navy department today.
In his opinion, Gieaves said, the
nanio Knudsen, one of the steamers
sunk, wns mistaken for "Kingston."
He believes all survivors have been ac
counted for nnd has ordered the de
stroyer squadron back to Newport.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
James T. Mayes et ux to Geo. S. and
Alice L. Mnves, land in Marion coun
ty. C. Y. Anderson et ux to Jess I. Potter
land in Capitnl Park add.
Ed R. Adams et ux to-Rachel Hobnrt,
lots in South Silverton.
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$ Out circulation is still cllmb-
lng up read the paper and
i you'll know the leason.
Unable to Sell Bonds
Thief Returned Them
Tflcomn, Wash-, Oct. 12. F. H. Seo
bey is today rejoicing in the possession
of bonds valued at $4,000 which were
stolen from his residence Saturday night
while the conscience of the burglar who
committed the theft is nt. ease.
On the day following the burglary,
Scobey inserted an ad in a local news
paper, requesting the return of the
bonds, which are non-negotable, and
"no questions asked."
l.ate yesterday (Scobey received a tele
phone call at his place of business.
"I stole the bonds and I want to re
turn them," said a voice.
V'Como to my office nnd I'll bo ex
pecting you," replied Scobey, assuring
the man he would not be arrested.
Fifteen minutes later the burglar ap
peared and laid the bonds on Scobey 'a
Kefusiug a proffered reward, the thief
apologized for his act and saying his
conscience prompted the return of the
papers, walked out of the store unmo
Margaret Ann Mahnn was born Jan
uary 12, 1H45, nt Mt. Carmcll, Illinois.
At the age of 17 she accepted Christ
as her suvior and united with the Meth
odist Episcopal church. She wns united
in holy matrimony to Samuel French
White nt Zanesville, Ohio, on the third
duv of October, 18U3.
To this union wns born seven children
namely: Annie M. I'ugh, of Salem;
Alva Asbury, of Mountain Home, Ida
ho; Charles V., of Payette, Idaho; Wil
liam W., of Nysa, Oregon; Dr. B. H.
White, of Salem; George Y, of Ken
nebec, South Dakota, and Minerva W.
Working, of Mill City, Oregon. All of
whom with the husband and father ara
left to mourn her loss. She departed th
life nt 11 o'clock p. m., Saturday, Octo
ber the 7th, nt her home in Salem at the
age of 71 years, 8 months nnd 25 days.
5 THE TATTLER t
Some folks certainly love to nrgue.
Two men stood in the rotunda of the
L'nited States National banR building
yesterday afternoon nnd heatedly dis
cussed this questiou: Au elevator is au
elevator when it govs up, but is it an
elevator when it comes dowuf
Salem high will piny the "curtain
raiser" with Jefferson high Saturday.
Football players are the only kickers
whom anybody loves much.
' Speaking of Walter Thompson's little
performance Tuesday night, a Mate
street merchant says he didn't think it
was ever doue except in the movies.
Leap your is drawing to .a close,
The loafers ou the Oregon Electric
comer say they can smell rain in the
Hurrah for Brooklyn! Salem also hnd
a good baseball team that didn't win.
That straw vote in favor Wilson at a
local church meeting Monday night has
resulted in charges from the losers.
They insinuate that the straws were
stacked, which is understood to be a
polite way of making the old-fashioned
cluim thai the ballot box was stuffed.
A car shortage is reported in numer
ous Snlein families- Moot of them would
be satisfied with a Ford.
TOMORROW, FRIDAY, is Rubber Heel Day at the
Price Shoe Co. On this day we put a regular pair
of 50c Rubber Heels on your shoes for 25c-JUST
HALF PRICE. Shoes can be brought in either today
or tomorrow and will be finished in the order re
ceived. Delivery FRIDAY ONLY at 25c per pair.
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