The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 192, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1916 Page: 4 of 16
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BROOKLYN IN F1ML-GAME
' Shore Gave Great Exhibition of Cold Weather Pitchkg While Fars aqd
" Overcoats Protected Spectators World's Recbrd.for AtUndaiice Was
T Broken-Boston Takes World's Title for Fifth' Time Since "1903
! V Never Having Lost in Big Series - J
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t ' BOSTON. October 12.-The Boston
'Americans' firmly otaraped the chajnpkm-
whip laurels of the baseball universe upon
their brows here Thursday afternoon
when tney defeated the Brooklyn M-
tionals 4 to 1 in the fiftb final Kama
1 of the world series of 1. The greatest
Batherine in the history of the American
Sational 5HTt witnessed lee victory. 41.-
t20 fans departing after the contest con-
: Tincevi that the Red Sox were the base-
- ball maciiine par excellence of recent
As a result of the four games to one
- conquest over the standard bearers of the
;" National league. Boston is tonight cele-
"b rating ita Mrs victory in world series
- since ISO! and there is added joy In the
' tact that never in its history has a Boa-
ton team been forced to bow to the su-
'; perior prowess of a rival in such combat.
The victory over Brooklyn in tlie Anal
meeting of the teams was so clean cut
' and decisive that there was left no
ground 'for argument. Thai the better
. team von the championship deapite the
4etermined battles put up by Brooklyn In
-" ttie earlier games of the series was ob-
' vious. Before the speed and curves of
Ernest Shore of East Bend. N. C the
Brooklyn were veil nigh helpless while
' Jeff Pieffer the last hope of Brooklyn.
V proved anequal to the task of holding the
v Bed Sox in check.
Although the Nationals were first to
score their advantage was short-lived
nd once the Bostons unlimbered their
A heavy having- artillery an- doubt re-
garding the outcome of the game was
'.'' dissipated so closely did Shore hold the
Brooklyn elan in the mystery of hia de-
eeptive delivery. i
The invaders from Greater New Tork
- were able to make only three hits for a
similar seta ot eases aad tke litary
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Merkle . . .
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Two-Imw hit Jaa.rtn. Tkise base
sacritot flr Gardner toft on
Brook Its ft Boatoa 4. Flnt M oo
arron Brooklyn J. Boatoa 1. Baaea on balls
Off Pfeffer 3. o Shore 1. Bits aad earned ran
Oa Prew a kits ran la 1 inniata. un
1 hit no rans In one lnninjt. oS Shore .. hita
no ran 9 lo Bine tniing. Struck ont By PfeaVr
2. hr 8 bore 4. wild pltrhee Pfeffer 3. Pasmd
ball Oso. Canine At plat. Caaaelli; on
bases O'Dst: left fleU Qoirley: ritat geld
Diners. TiBM of ssm Ooa hour and 43 atla-
run scored was unearned. It wis the re-
sult of a pass a sacrifice an ont and a
passed ball. Boston on I he other hand
collected ten base on seven hits and two
of its four runs were earned.
Although the contest was played before
a record throng of fans there was only
a moderate amount of enthusiasm because
of the chilly weather and the ease with
which the Red Sox disposed of their op-
ponents. The 42(20 spectators who paid
i aas.sj to witness me iriumpn oi mkj
j American league champions came pre-
: pared for rfte
Inning by sanding up a foul to HobHUet
The world champions went out in order
in their first inning. Hooper tat first
man tan- thai limit In balls and strikes
and then grounded euL Cuts haw ttt Dan- j
Deri- jsnvnn weqi out. sanwrwi in
Daubert and Shorten filed out to Wheat
BROOKLYN SCORED ' .
WITHOUT A HIT.
Brooklyn got an unearned run la the
second inning. Cutshaw walked ess jew
straight balls and 'went to seoand oa
Mow rev's sacrifice. Hoblltsel to Shore.
Olson grounded out Gardner to HobUtsei
Cutshaw going to third. He scored on a
passed ball by Cady. Myers ended the
inning by grounding out Scott to Hob-
lltsel. . '
The Red Sox evened the score in theR
half of the second inning. After HobUtsei
was thrown out hv Pfeffei
left field fenoe for three
ku erdcrs aolicited and no shipnaenta
W violatkm o Tcxaa law
- Mere words do not do our Un-
derwear department justice.
"Just as good as last year"
means extraordinary values for
Early contracts account for
' the qualities and low prices we
are offering. Come and see; a
glimpse will convince you of
J SONS 4j
Overcoats fur wraps heavy gloves and
to tact everything except ear muffs
were much in evidence.
'Aside from Shore's clever cold weather
hurling and a sensational running shoe-
top catch by Wheat off Shore in the fifth
and Its mate by Lewis in the eighth when
he robbed Merkle. batting for PfefTer of
an apparently sure double the game was
devoid of feature plays.
Immediately after Scott had clinched
the championship' by gobbling Mowrey's
short fly for the final out of the game
the youager element among the spec-
tators rushed upon the Seld and fell in
i behind the royal rooters and their band
' for a parade- On the Brat circuit of the
diamond they captured President J. J.
Lannln of the Boston club and then.
crossed the field after President C. H.
Ebbets of Brooklyn.
LANNIN AND EBBETS
LED THE MARCH.
Amid the cheers of the fans; the rival
club executives joined arms and led the
march while thousands In the stands
stayed to watch the celebration. The J
players however did not wait to take
part in the Impromptu ceremonies. Both
the Bed Sox and Superbas streaked for
their dresalng rooms and there were few
if any congratulation. Manager Rob-
inson did not meet Carrigan in his dash
across the field and there was no public
greeting or hand clasp between the pair.
Many of the fans however shook hands
with the Red Sox players and with Man-
ager Carrigan. who said again that he
had retired from professional baseball
with Thursday's game.
The attendance and receipts for Thurs
day's game established a new record.
supplanting the figures made in the same
park October 11 a year ago when the
amounts were a few hundreds less.
neither the total attendance nor money
taken in at the box office surpassed the
banner records made in 1911 and 1S12.
but the amount divided among the slay
ers established a new standard for money
won oy the contestants.
Lewis hit to
missed it on a bad bound otherwis laewig
probably would have been .held to a
double. Gardner sacrificed to Wheat
whose throw to the plate wag wide. Lewta
scored easily. Mowrey Incurred aa error
by dropping Scott's foul a moment before
Scott fouled out to Chief Meyers.
The National league champions were
quickly disposed of In thd third. Pfeffer
struck out.' Myers grounded pardner to
Hoblltsel and Daubert poked an easy
roller to Shore who threw him out.
BOSTON TOOK '
LEAD IN THIRD.
Carrlgan's men went Into the lead In
their half of the third never to be headed.
Cady singled to right Daubert leaping
into the air to check the speed of the ban
which probably would have gone tor-two
bases. In an attempted sacrifice. Shore
raised a low foul that Chle"Meyers gath-
ered In- Hooper walkM on four straight
balls Then Olson fumbled Janrrtn's
grounder and in his eagerness to hurry
the throw made a wild Mave to right field
permitting Cady to soore from second and
Hooper to take third. With Shorty at
bat Janvrln tried to steal but was thrown
out. Meyers to Olson. Shorten hit to
center field scoring Hooper. Shorten also
tried to steal second but was turned back
on Meyers' rood throw to Olson.
The Superbas were easy victims In the
fourth. Stengel flied to Shorten. Wheat
fanned and Cutshaw was thrown out by
For Boston. Hoblitsel got a base on
oans ana waa advanced ' to second on
Lewis' sacrifice. Daubert to Cutshaw. He
went to third on Gardner's out. Cutshaw
to Daubert. and was left when Scott
grounded out Olson to Daubert.
HIT CAME IN FIFTH.
Brooklyn's first hit off Shore came in
the fifth Inning a scratchy single by
x rax with bow ob jrocE-
slbzves wmm pats
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the inning by
grounding out Gardner to Hoblitsel and
Olson sent a long fly to Shorten. Then
the Indian catcher pushed a single to
short which nobody could Held In Urns.
Pfeffer was thrown out by Gardner.
Boston's last run came In the fifth In
ning. Cady shot a grounder at Olson and
was thrown out. Shore lifted a fly to
Wheat which the latter cauarht altar a
hard run. Hooper hit the first ball pitched
to right for a single. Janvrln also sent
the first ball to left center and got two
oases moo per scoring on the drive. The
high wind carried the ball awav from
Myers who barely managed to touch It.
A wild pitch put Janvnn on third. Shorten
SHORE WAS TOO
MUCJi FOR NATIONALS.
The sixth made it apparent that bar-
ring a break. Boston would win the. game
and the championship. Shore was pitch
ing high class ball much better than in
Myers flied put to Shorten Daubert
the first game.' In this inning
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BECAUSE they import only the of SaauerHdp
crops of which their giant Storage houses contain
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targest braving and ageing plant In the world.
BECAUSE its Quality fruity; Mildness and exclusive
Saaier Hop Havor are always and ever the same
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Distributors Houston. Texas
no orders solicited and no shipments mad in violation of Texas lswa.
THE FOLEY FEDS NEED ONE MORE
Will Play Sugar Land. Sunday After Winning First Game
Last Sunday 7 to 4.
GOT S3910 EACH.
The attendance for the five games thit
aaon amounted to 162.359 and the re
ceipts tm.SM.SO. Of this sum the play-
ers receive Jl2.27.45. each club l3.-
vai.oz and thnatKmal commission 3S.-
s.u. The Boston club as winners di
vided $97756.47 on a basis of 26 shares
which the players are understood to have
agreed upon as the method of apportion-
ment. This would allow $3910.26 a share.
The 23 Brooklyn players as losers di
vide 165.170. S( into equal shares of
$2834.82 each. Owing to the fact that
here are more players to share in the
winners' money this year the individaal
share is not a record.
SHORE GOT A
A cold wind was blowing across Braves
field out of the east when the game began
at 2 o'clock. Pitcher Shore was In fine
form and struck out Myers the first
Brooklyn bastman on three pitched balls.
Myers did not strike at any of them.
"Jake" Daubert had a count of two and
two when he chopped a grounder in front
of the plate and was thrown out by
Catcher Cady. Scott In his hurry to head
off Stengel who grounded to short threw
the ball over Hoblltzel's bead and the
runner was safe. It was Scott s first
error of the series. Wheat ended the
Slennel sent up a fly to 8cott
For Boston HobliUal grounded out to
Daubert unassisted Lewis singled down
the left field foul line and was forced at
second by- Gardner. Olson to Cutshav
Gardner went to seoond on a wild pftch
that got through Meyers hands.' Scott
was thrown out by Mowrey.
Brooklyn got two men on the bases
after two were out in the seventh. Wheat
flied to Hooper and Cutshaw went out.
Shore to Hoblltsel. Mowrey then got
Brooklyn's second single by shooting a
drive to left Seld. Olson's grounder was
fumbled by Scott who threw far oyer
Hoblltzel's head enabling Mowrey to
reach third and Olson second. They were
left there however as Meyers grounded
out Scott to "Hobby."
TO START THINGS.
Boston's time at bat was brief. CaSy
fouled to Mowrey Shore struck out and
Hooper's bounder was oopped by Cut-
shaw. Manager Robinson sent Merkle to bat
In place of Pfeffer In the eighth Inning In
an attempt to start something but the
best he could do was to Hy to Lewis. Cen-
ter Fielder Myers ppped out to Shore
and Jake Daubert went out. Soott to
"Wheezer" Dell went to the pitching
box for the Superbas In the eighth tnnin
Needing but One more game to clinch
the amateur championship of South Texas
the Foley Feds will meet the Sugar Land
Blues Sunday at West End.
The two teams meeting In the first
game of their series last Sunday. staged
a close contest that ended 7 to 4 in favor
ol the Foleys. Ben Williams' men were
behind until the fifth inning when they
rallied and drove five runs across the
Craig hit the first batter up in the
fiftly Montgomery dropped B. Storms'
perfect throw te force Hall on Danna's
sacrifice. Crevenstein singled to right
sending Hall and' Danna to third and
second filling the bases. McHenry struck
out in a ptnen. cy rioil put a wen piaceq
hit down left field foul line for two
bases scoring Hsll and Danna. De
Chaunies struck out.. Wicks singled to
center followed by Edmonds' vicious
single to rignt. scoring wicks camonas
died at second. StellMuer to 8aeger to
This ended the Blues prospects for the
day as the visitors culd only put over
two funs in subsequent frames to an
equal number by the Foleys. Crevenstein
outpltched lefty Craig from start to
Prior to the Foley-Sugar Land go the
Th sails defeated the Treadwells in the
second game of the championship series
between the Major A and Major B
and Janvrln soaked the first pitched ball
to left field for a single. Boston's second
baseman moved to second on
Shorten's sacrifice Mowrey to Dau-
bert but got no further as both Hoblitxel
nd Lewis filed to Wheat
Brooklyn's fast dying hopes were raised
slightly In the last turn at bat when
Stengel singled to left field. Buf the
gloom soon settled down again over the
Brooklyn team when Wheat struck out.
a pop fly to Scott and the Red 8ox added
another world championship to- their el
ready brilliant record.
teasel moved to second on Outshaw's
ut. Jamrrla to Hoblitxel. Mowrey raised
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unused to defeat and there is no doubt
they will put up a i terrific struggle before
they yield to the Feds in the second game
of the series Sand ay. In case the Blues
win this the deciding .game will be
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SILENCE ENWRAPS LONGHORNS
Little Confidence Expressed by Texas Team on Eve of Battle
With Oklahoma Aggies at San Antonio. '
(Houston Post Special.)
AUSTIN Texas October 12 Coach
Eugene Van Gent says nothing. Assistant
Coach Clay says less ' The team is far
from being in the pink ot condition and
grlday's game will be a fight from the
me the whistle blows at Morris Block's
stadium- at San Antonio. One week ago
the Texans Vers figured two touchdowns
better than the Aggies and that is a safe
estimate today if everything was In the
same condition as a week ago. But boils
"cbarley horse" bruises sprains and
torn Ugamenu are prevalent as a result
of the Rloe mixup and freshman .scrim-
mages consequently no reliable forecast
can be made. " ' .
While Rice was hoWlng Texas In one
of the stiff eat battles t recent years last
Saturday to the score of Is lo 2 the
Sooner Aggies were using a team com-
posed of second string men to pile up' a
total of 90 points against one ol the little
normals in the Southern part of the
State. The fact that the Booners have
played no real hard games cab be con-
sidered as one point In favor of thu
Texans. ' ..'.' 2
' From the lineup ' ihitt wag given Out
tonight as the probable starter each and
every man can a raw sua ewn sonoiusion.
bs ends win be Do lan. Hart and Blaine;
ickles. Johnson and Carl toil: guards.
Harwell and Pennrjeenter. Pittmsr (cap-
tain); quarter Trabue and Hgrutarj
halves .McMurrs Lang aitd Sens; fulli
These men sad the remaining members
n tne squaq ol li trtir leay for Han An-
'.onio on a special IJPullman at I o'clock
Saturday mornlntn The Ounter hotel will
m beaduuartera aad ; the team men will
is eondueted to their MOtnl Immediately
am their arrival. f- : -. "
Coach Van dent handed to Athletic Dl-
1 wctof Bellmont late Thursday evening: a
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awfcva. aLraaaaasssw sesaw iiat.
Menu ta be served promptly st
Friday. The eal for the eyei
oiii f farej Btkrd p... a little but-
jot presort peat.
of water with ho lco or hot tea. Follow-
Inar the lunch a brief rest at the hotel
will be had and then the nea will go in
autos to the stadium out on Garden
last workout was nothing more
than a rehearsal of some hew plays the
men guarding; against the rurrtered Aggie
scouts. Dr. Welsen the robbing doe tor
was the busy m. He worked until
darkness bad encircled the gymnasium
and then by artificial light he rubbed the
athletes as conscientiously . as- did old
"Water Henry" the mascot of -years
gone oy. silence prevails
ooacning ranxs ana
In alf the
heard from any of the men who will par-
ticipate In Friday's Bams other than that
they expect the toughest1 contest of the
season so nr. utuaents oy tne nunareas
will escort the team and special sections
are being reserved for them. They will
stage seevral "new -ones" st the game for
the hospitable Ban Antonlana. ' c
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Stop aa Mnaaaeailr ears that
terrible Jtoblps. It is euo-
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vs. AUSYIH COLLEGE
At Rica AlhleUc Field 4 P. M.
TICKETS ON SALE AT
I. & G. N. CITY TICKET OFFICE
Rice Hotel Building.
Box Seats $1.50. Grand Stand $1.00
EL AND BLA
Keystone Adjustable Wrenches
Qp 17; Hawkins Automobile Supply Co.
920 Rusk Ave.
PHONE PRESTON 9090.
DEALERS' ORDERS SHIPPED PROMPTLY.
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