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When Chicago Cubs Put
Pitlsburgers Out of the Race
Chicago, October 4. Chicago's'
Cubs, world' clintuptotiH, closed thiir
dramatic struggle to retain their title
toiriy with n Ictf iry over Pittsburg
by a tcoro of C to 2,
lleforu ono of thu greatest ciowds
that over Biiw.n baseball game ami
with thu fate of the pennant In thu
balance the two teams engaged In
one of tho most desperate and deter-
mined games in thu history of base
Tho cllma of tho heart-breaking
raco of tho last two inontliii saw two
of tho gatuost cluba In tho leagues
locked Hi the death combat. Before
20,24 maddened fans, they fought It
out to tho finish and Chicago won.
The finish of the battle was the
most thrilling event of the lone, strcji
nous season. Piled In the luinienso
stands were nearly twenty thousand
persons anil banked In immense, solid
masses around that great Held, twen
ty deep, stood an army of half as
Chance had olioacn Ilrnwn to pitch
and Clarke had gambled tho whole
season on Willis. They had met be
fore again and again and Ilrown
usually was victor but (his time In
n strain that shook the nerves and
tried the souls of men both managers
Ilrown won. Tho details of tho
struggle will becouio a matter of his
tory. It Is enough to say that Drown
pitching with wonderful nero and
coolness, backed In superb stylo by
Event and Tinker and Chance espe
ciallywith KUiik catching In klnglv
foim-'proved too much for the I'l
rates. Only once during the fierce strug
gle did 1'ittshiiiK become dangeious
and then, Olng the scoro In tho sixth,
they gave thu Cubs a chalice to show
their gnmeiiess. And they did, for
tlioy canto with a counter attack that
gavo them back tho lead.
During tho ftrBt Inning every ball
and strike, every out, every nioe vnw
greeled with a hurst of cheers.
Crowd Almost Wild.
The madness of tho crowd reached
Its climax when Shrcckaid scored In
tho first Inning, and after that" until
the nnlsli of thu gatno tho crowd wns
inlet, hcemlngly too anxious and ex
cited oven for cheers. Occasionally
a roar of relief nroso when tho Cubs
escaped from dangerous situations
and wild outbursts as they scored, but
there was none of that wild, Insano
rooting that conies in some games. A
lew times the crowd took up the mo
notonous, nerve-wearing cry, the sing
song "Ho can get moved," but even
that song ended, and the crowd sat
In strained anxiety, waiting only for
tho tlulsli and the consummation of
all Chicago's season's, hopes tho
climax of tho gamest uphill fight ever
made In baseball.
Strangely, tho gamo was grandly
played. Chicago outplayed, outnltclied.
outhlt and outran thu Pirates. The
won on meir riass anil on their nerve.
and demonstrated that they have tin
better ball team and tho best In the
. Willis, too, pitched grand ball, and
for n tlmo gavo thu Cubs all the trou
bio they wero looking for. but In suite
of his fado-awny anil his odd overhand
nail that swerves strangely at tho
I'lnto, tho Cubs hit him, and hit him
In timely fashion. Kvory man who
faced him went up determined to con
summate the hopes of weeks gritted
his teeth nml swung. Twice, when
lilts wero desperately needed, Schulte,
who almost got Interested In baseball
at last, pounded out singles that drove
Tho Cubs wero away In front, and
Schulto's two drives gave them two
tnllles before tho I'lratcs could score
After that. In tho Blxtli. came dan
ger, Kor a few momenta It looked ns
If tho Pirates, In ono rally, might ruin
all tho grand work tho Cubs havo dono
In tho last month, and tho crowd bo
came scared and nppichcnslvc. Twlco
men smashed out hits after two wero
out. and each after two strikes had
been called, and tho scoro was tied.
Brown Wins the Game.
Then tho fighting splilt of tho Cubs
asserted Itself, and Ilrnwn himself won
It was in that Inning Hint tho gama
was decided, and Willis and Clarko, at
tempting to ninlco safo, niado a move
that brought disaster upon them.
Two men woro out when Tinker
dioo u double Intu tho crowd In lefi
a lilt that might havo been n trlplo
but for tho crowd. Cling was next,
and Willis feared Kllng's hitting piow
ess and choso to pass him and mako
It looked llko good gonornlshlp, but
It proved had, for Drown Is ono of
thoso men who get mad when olhcis
affect to despise him, and gilpplng his
bat tighter ho diovo a screaming hit
to right that scored Tinker and gao
the Cubs tho lead again nover to ha
lost. And niter that Drown, pitching
great ball and holding tho Pirates, tho
Cubs moved on to victory.
Tho defenslvo work of Chicago was
grand, thu stops of Keis and Tinker
sotting the crowd mad with ajiplause.
With a roar Die thousands poured
down Into the battleground In thu wild
est, ciazlvst demonstration of years.
Ilrown, carried alcift on tho shoulders
of admirers, was bomo around. For
fifteen minutes tho players were cat
i...i m-nv Hi,, field whlln Ihn nlr was
black with cushions, coats and hats.
Scoro by innigs:
Pittsburg 0 0000200 02
Chicago 1 0 0 O'l 1 1 1 5
Left on bases PlttBburg, 5; Chica
go, 9. lilts Off Willis. 10 In 7 Inn
in.ru. ntt n.ttnnttv .1 In 4 lnnlnizs. Two
baso' lilts Shcckaril, Wagner, Evers.
Double play uiuson 10 wagner
Struck out Dy Willis, 3; by Drown,
3. Wild pitch Dy Ilrown. Attend
anco 30,247. Time 1:50. Umpires
O'Day and Illgler.
BI1T10T.PH SPEECKELS HAS
QUIT RACING GAME
San Francisco, Sept. 25. Holding
that racing has fallen Into disrepute,
owing to the prominence the gamb
ling fe.ituie has been allowed to
usurp, ltudolph Sprcckles, owner of
tho Sobra Vista stable and the man
Who Is financing tho graft prosecu
tion In this city, Is preparing today
to dispose of his sTrlng and retlro
'from tho turf. His stable will bo
thrown upon the market on arrival
from Seattle, where tho string lias
been campaigning for some time.
Iu voicing his determination to re
tire, Mr. Sprecklcs Bays:
I "My decision to retlro from racing
ns an owner has been reached only
after careful consideration. Ilaclng
associations, whoso duty It should be
to foster thu sport with a view to per
manence, havo allowed commercial
ism to Iqfluciico their methods of ma
nagement with tho result that, while
they have repeated material tempor
ary gain, the future of the sport has
ibceu Imperilled. The bookmaker has
(been encouraged to such an extent
that ho oicupys altogether too Im
portant n place.
l"UntlI such tlmo as a sagacious ma
nagement relegates gambling to the
'I ear and makes Jt an Incident rather
than n principal consideration racing
will continue to be held In dispute.
"1 do not care to pose 'as a purl
, tallica 1 reformer, but I do believe
that racing should bo conducted In a
Jmauner that will dispense with the
necessity for political manipulation
that 13 required today to keep the
race tincks from being closed by an
aroused public sentiment. While my
Interest In horse racing continues as
Keen us ever, I cannot conscientious
ly continue to participate In the sport
as It is at present conducted."
YACHTS WILL CRUISE
TO WAIANAE SOON
Scully Has Boxing
Show On For Next
Jack Scully1 has Just announced a
show for Friday at the Independence
Club, which will be ono of the pugi
listic attractions of the present stay
of tho Fleet in port. Jack has Mc-
Faddcn nnd McCollough for tho local
lights on this card, besides a good se
lection of sailor boys.
Fox and Trinklc, the boys who
pleased the fans during tho last stay
of tho Fleet here by their good work
with some of the best of tho local
men, will be put on for tho mala
event of tho evening, boxing for tho
lightweight chnniplonshlp of tho
Fleet. McFndden will go eight
lounds again with Waller, tho man
who last time kept Jack busy to a
draw, and McCollough will take an
other try with McKay, tho boy who
kept tho soldier so busy at the lato
show of this same club.
Thcro Is talk of matching Frankle
Smith with tho winner of the main
go for some dnto next week. If the
Fleet stays over, but nothing has
been arranged In this regard bo far.
Schtndlc, tho big wrestler, who
was Introduced through the offices of
tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n , looked up Scully
yesterday, and an agreement was
reached with Roberts. Tho heavy
weights will be seen on the mat If
the cruisers stay over a day or two
next week. Schlndtn Is nnxlous to
go on, but there Is always u doubt as
to whether the date can be made.
Tho yachts of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club will tako a cruise to Walanao
as soon as tho moon Is full again.Tha
tilp which was ptoposcd for the' last
week-end when the moon was at lis
full, was called off. Hut a commit
tee has been appointed to look after
tho coming cruUe, nnd as tho Hawaii
Is expected out, tho affair ought to
be a leal event.
The executive committee of the
Hawaiian Association FootballLeague
will meet at tho rooms of tho Scottish
Thistle Club next Friday, Oct. 10.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C Beokley, Jr.
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Tho boxing this week will probably
be held at tho expense of the baseball
which was to hnvo been played hero
for the purpose of deciding tho chain-
plonslilp of tho Fleet. The coaling of
the ships will keep all hands busy dur
lng daylight hours. The last of this
schctlulo will probably be played off
at Magdalenn. -4
a 8 8
Fans Still Make Trips
To See The Boxers
Tho exodus of fight fans toward tho
Hcalanl boat house continues. The
sailor boys of the Fleet are more in
terested In Charlie Ilellly since they
saw him box before the Jndependeuco
Club over n month ago, but the fans
In gencrnl are showing a wonderful
interest In Joe Leahy. Itellly is n
known quantity, In a way, but Joo Is
an unending topic for glovo gossip.
Ono of the most competent fans of
tho city was summing up tho chances
of the men yesterday. "Leahy has a
good left, just as Ilellly has," ho
said. "It Isti big question as to who
Is the faster of the two In using that
hand. I asked Ilellly, and he said
that thcro was little difference. Of
course, very little can be told by tho
fact that these men havo fought a
draw or two before, as they are both
kids and havo lota of room for devel
opment. Hut It seems to me that a
fellow is going far when ho picks a
winner nt this stage of the game.
AT COUNTRY CLUB
A two-ball foursome for nbout the
handsomest prizes offered In a long
while will be held next Sunday at tho
Oahu Country Club links. It Is ono
of the fixtures of the season, though
It Is marked by tho rather handsome,
way la which tho committee has ar
ranged for It. Entries will close
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock sharp
nt the club house.
Play" for tho Tansan Cup will bo
continued on the 2.1th, this time at
tho Moanalua links.
Mlmmy Dritt will orgnnlzo tho box
ing section of n new athletic club to
bo organised In London.
8 8 B
Tho Pacific athletic association has
ruled that all boxers taking part In
Dreamland bouts must bu registered.
8 8 8
Fow automobile, owners understand
tho proper use of the nonskld devices.
8 8 8
Stieniinus offorts nro being mado by
Methodist conferenco to Induco Bat
tling Kelson to join tho church.
8 8 8
Live Wlro oaslly won the mllo handi
cap at Aqueduct; Den Dan took tho
8 8 8
Volox Won tho 2:25 paco nt Fresno
in six heats, best time 2:09.
8 8 8
Jimmy Drill Is matched for a 10
iniind fight In Kngland with Johnny
The International Brew
T is brewed to suit ALL
climates and its sup
eriority over all other
beers is unquestioned the
Rainier Deer may be had at all dealers
Democrats Foregather In
Classic Shades of
"That is the plllkla with the Re
publican party. It makes a sudden
change that will icsult In a great
deal of knlllng on election day."
Captain Nahora Hlpa, n staunch
Republican and an Interested specta
tor nt the meeting of the Democratic
party nt lw'llel last night, mado tho
foregoing statement in connection
with the Kuea mutter.
"That Is why I fought hard In tho
Republican convention at the Or
pheum. 1 said to look out for tho
dark horse, but they all laughed ut
me, thinking perhaps that I was sim
ply Joking. To tell mi the truth,
I have been in politics ever since
King Kalakaua was alive.
"Politics In those days," continued
the Captain, "were more hulkau or
puzzling. I learned politics from Ill's
MaJetHy. I also got my military train
lug from him.
"It Is n bad proposition for the Re
publican leaders to oust u man who
la duly nomtnnted by the convention.
Ueorge Kaea was nominated and tho
only thine to do Is to let him finish
"If the lenders discharge Kaea
there will bo a great deal of knifing.
It will weaken the Republican party
and tho consequence will be that a
great many Hawaiian votes will not
go to tho suppoit of the Republican
Tho meeting of the Democratic par
ty at Iwllcl was conducted by George
Namokueha. A platform was erected
from which the speakers addressed
A. V. Peters was the first speaker.
Ho stated that the Democratic party
stood for the people, and would look
nftcr their Interests.
M. O. Sllvn appealed to the voters
to voto tho straight Democratic tick
et. "In order to make a success,"
said he, "you must voto for all of us."
Kuikahi To Meet .Home Rulers
Rev. Kulkahl of Walkanc, who Is
running for tho House of Representa
tives, nnnounccd 'last night that ho
would leave on Thursdny for Punnluu
and Hauula to bring the Homo Rulers
Into tho fold of tho Democrats.
"Tonight, ladles and gentlemen,"
said Kulkahl, "I bring you glad tid
ings of great joy. The Home Ruleis
at Punnluu and Hnuula have abked
1110 to come to them nnd bring thom
In to tho Democratic fold. They said
tlioy nro pan with tho Homo Rulo
party and wish to become DemocintB.
Tlioy realize that the Democratic par
ty stands for equality. Irrespective of
race, color, or nationality." The
speaker was loudly applauded.
Poor Old piarence
H. N. Crabbo Bald that ho loft tho
Republican party because It did not
stand for the poor people. "Look nt
my brother, Clarence," said he. "Ho
worked hard for tho party, but It did
not glvo him anything to do. If elec
ted, I will do my best for the benefit
of the poor as well as tho rich."
"Oh, I saw you down hero when
you wero a mounted police," Bald 0
voice In tho crowd.
W. II, McClcllan, candldato for Su
pervisor, after discussing tho duties
of the Supervisors, promised to per
form tho duties of tho office, If elect
Dan Kainahu, ono of the light-
hand men of the Democratic party, so
far us tho speech-making powers 111 u
concerned, spoke 011 "(loverniucnt by
Commission." He roasted tho Adver
tiser for not reporting him correctly.
'Government by Commission Is not
good for us,1-' said Kumnhii. "It will
tuke away our votes, our only salvation."
Lapann Kcawepooole, whoso voire
had become very hoarse, made a gen
tle speech. He asked tho voters tu
voto for tho "Haolc King," Link Me-Candless,-
Instead of the Hawaiian
AMI, Prince Kalanlauaole.
Republican Ship Sinking
Jiuigo uuings mane a sirnigni-taiic
speech. He compared the Republi
can party with a sinking ship. "Tho
business men of this community usod
to subscribe campaign funds In tho
past," said tho Judge, "but today thu
only fund they got is $10, which It
got from tho Hnlenkala ranch. It will J
cost tho Republican party piobably
$3000 before It can actually get hold
of that $10." (Laughter.)
K. M. Watson, candidate for Sena
tor, made one of the most forceful
speeches Inst night. He told the au
dience that Samuel Rompors nnd Mit
chell, tho two great labor leaders, had
joined the Democratic party because,
they believed la Its principles, llrynn,
as a Democratic leader, was well
known among the laboring class nnd.
If elected ns the next President ot
the United States, ho would look after
the interest of the poor and particu
larly of the Hnwallans."
Theother speakers of tho evening
were Apuakehau and Kdward Hanapl,
candidates for Representatives; Chas.
II. Rose, candidate for Deputy Sher
iff; II. H. Trent, candidate for Treas
urer; W. P. Jarrett, candidate for
Sheriff; J. C. Anderson, candldato for
Aiflltor; and several others. During
tho Intervals the orchestra ot a half- -dozen
15 Rounds -15
A Rattling Six-Round Preliminary
Weber and Nelson
AT 12G POUNDS
TICKETS on sale at Fitznntriok'
Cigar Store, Hotel and Fort Streets.
PRICES Stage Seats, $2.50; Re-
served Chairs. $2. S1.50. and SI nl.
Federal officials order that Inspec
tion of vessels from San Francisco bo
discontinued, thus granting city clean
San Francisco Supervisors call elec
tion for November 12 for voters to pass
on pin chase of "Heidi Hetchy water
Charities and correction conference!
votes to draft bill for Incrcasflug ago
of majority for girls from IS to 2t
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 17
The Classic Athletic
Event of the Season
For the Lightweight Championship
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