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m:rnoiT, Midi, od it. - ny
iltimtiiig Dot. "It this afternoon, -to
IP, tlio Chit ago team of the Na-
tlonnl League litnltieil Its title ns
(liaiiiiiloti baseball team ot the world.
Tlu present icrles differed but lit
tie f Kiln that ol l.tttt vein la tho
pievloui seili". Dctiolt managed to
gi I one I in game and went down In
tout sliulght defeats. In the picsclit
sci lo lleltult runtdied one victor)
out of the lli games pin) oil
Tlio Chicago te.im, in cording to
tilths, showed superior baseball In
ver) deiMitiuciit of tlin came In tho
sciles ji.h a whole, although thin stipe-
rinrlt was ant so apparent on the
duv that Detroit batted a victor out
off l'folsters euivcs Dotiolt was
liinillr.tpiie.il li) Schmidt's Inability
to tut down mntu'iK at kcioiiiI and
b the fallme of ber heav.N hlttlliK
oiitllobl to bat at critical iiiotiienU
whun hits meant inns Nonv of Dc
tiolt s pltilieu iscetned nblc to purzlc
the CliliaK" b.itKinen, for even Mill
lln who pltdieil Deti nit's oal lc
ton, was found for ncen lilts.
TlirouRliout the Herlcs ChltiiKb's hlt-
iIiir was haul anil opportune. Tho
iptianlons were rare when with men
on lusoq and runs needed, a Chicago
liitMiiau was not there with the need
The Raines v.erc xlngtilaily free
from Kii'iiibblltiK, and an onl) two 01
three od.ifclout were the ilpclslonx of
the mnplicb qumtloned. At no time
was It neti'ssar) for ti plaer to bo
sent to the bench to enforce discip
line and good older. The herles,
howoer. created less Intel est In the
two titles most arretted than that of
Hast eai. The attendance may be
til.en as a sable. Tlio pibl lulnils
slons weie oal )",2'.'.2 for tlio lle
Riuiies ami the reielpts totalled but
le.iKiier far hach of scttiml base was
ii feature of tho gaino.
Even Scores First
i:ers sioicd Chlr.iRos first run.
lie singled to centei took second on
Sehulte's hit to left, mid reached
homo on Chante's safo ilrUc to cen
ter. A base on balls was primarily
lesponsllilc for ('UIc.iko-8 second and
last inn. Kllni; walked on four
wide ones, went to kecoiid on Over-
nil's sacrifice, and seined on fivers'
double. Detroit threatened to scoro
but once, CiniRlilIn was safe when
his grounder to Sti Infehlt took an
awltwnid bound, and be went to third
when Mclntrc doubled Into tho
Icft-flcld crowd. Hut the needed hit
was not forthcoming fiom cither
O'Lenrj or Crawford, for the runner
Mew out to llofman, who held Cough
lln at third b a heiutlful throw
home, nnd Crnufonl stnuk out.
Huns by Innings-
' 1 2 S 1 ii C 7 S 8
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chicago 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 2
SUMMARY. Two-base lilts' Mc-
lntre, Kers. SairllUe hits: Scliul
te, Stelnfchlt, Overall Stolen base:
Dotunuu. Ila3es on balls Off Dono
miii, 3; off Overall, 4 Left On bates:
Chicago, 0; Detroit, 7 Struck out:
lly Overall, 10, bj Donovan, 3. Doit-
lilo 1 1 1 a s : Schmidt, Schucfer nnd
Schmidt; O'l.iai), Itossmau and
Coughlln. Wild pltdi Overall Time
of game: Hi. Hint Vmplres: Sheri
dan and O'Day.
i$ FOR W
The organlrntlon of n Becond nsio-
clatlou football league for tho 1'aclflc
Coast Is now under way und from
present indications at least live clubs
will take part in the competition.
The piospccts nre said to be bright
for nn Interesting competition which
may, In time, becomo of as absorbing
Interest ns the California Hoot ball
League series. The new Ncnturo will
probabl) be known as a junior league,
though the exact title had not ct
been selected, and the games wilt bo
plajcd on Sunday mornings lom
tncnilng about the 1st of November.
The clubs and delegates present nt
tho flrst meeting 'were: Olympic
Club, J. Matthews; Reliance Club, II.
Henderson; Scotlns, John 1'rosser;
Vampires, W. Lee; Hornets, Cdgar
l'omcioj, Tho llcrkcley Huffs nlso
tent wind of their Intention of nftll
lating nnd Santa Cruz is ulso nn ap
plicant for meinbcishlp.
Some of the high schools wcro ex
pected to send representatives, but n
movement Is now on foot for the for
mation of an A. A. I-. association
football competition. Los Angeles
has already entered tho soccer field
with u high .school tourney, which
will be the only form of athletics af
ter November until spring.
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The lcgulnr scheduled games l'n-
U03.978 as compaie.l with $101,000 ,1B"''1 ," ,C' A' C ,'""' J.B.1 " . 'V""
I, ,, .,, letie Club vs. Aala Athletic Club
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Bulletin Editorial Rotvm Phone 185.t'uulal ialtU
The attendance nt the llnnl game
this afternoon was but C, 21 0, with
KIO'.s letelpts of $!(."i"7 TiO. Of till)
niiinej taken In the paers of Chi
cago, the winning team, get $J7,Uii9
and the Dctiolt ilaeis $lS,4Ki. Tho
dub owners get $ 111, CM each and
the National Commission $9197.
ben the last man on the Detroit
Mile went out toila) the pendulum of
vlitoi leased lis swing between the
two teams In 190.1 the woild'sdinin
plonslilp einblini went to Boston of
the Amiulcaii League. In tho buc
(cedlng herles Ntw York biought It
I ,icL to the National League In tho
following je.il tho Chicago Wlilto
Stockings lecaptuied It foi the (iiin
gei organization Last jeni the Chi
cago Cubs got It baik to tho Niitlon
iil Liaguo b defeating Dctiolt. licit
Ihls vein tho icudulum dlil not swing
,baik and the Hag lemalus as tho
pioudcbt exhibit which President
Muipb) lias to illsila at the West
Sldo ball pail, In Chicago.
Jennings was not beaten tndii) un
til Schmidt's foul la the ninth hud
found senile and llual lodgment in
jKllug's nil 1 1 Tliiough the fierce up
hill battle this afternoon ho stood on
I the coaching lino off first babo,
coaching the runners on overy move
and siiuirlng the batsmen on to mako
theii best droits.
A featuie of the gamo wns
Schmidt's iccoveiy of his till ou In,;
aim, wblth had not been vvoikln;
well dining au iiicvious game. Chi
cago was not able to steal a base on
III m foi tho 111 Bt time cluiliiL' tlio Be
lief He caught Stelufcldt tijlug to
steal hcctuid b kuveial j.iulu; ho
handled two bunts in clean fashion,
ictlring his iren at Mist, and ho
broko up an attempted double steal
hv i:cih and Cbnnco.
Great Work in Box
(heiall, for tho second time, pitch
cd a mastcily gniuo. Onl) thicc hits
vvcio made off hi in nnd one of theso
would havo been nn easy out had tho
ball not taken an eriatle bound hh it
appioadied Stelufeldt. lie was wild
at times, giving four bases ou balls,
but ou the othei hand, his strikeouts
iiumbeied ten One ot these btilko
outs, however, octuried when Itoss
inan madfl his third swing at a wild
pltdi, enabling him to icach Hut
Donovan, on the other hand, met
with a verj vlgoious icccptlon In tho
jjliBt Inning, when thieo ttmsetutlve
hits scut Kveit" ovci the Plato with
the 111 t luu ot the game'. With the
exception of tho fifth Inning, when
a base ou balls and Uvoih' double
tavo Chicago another i tin, Donovan
managed to keep Ills hits statteied
It Is pi nimble, however, that Chicago
would have urn up n linger sioio
had it not been for tho brllllint woik
of tlin Dctiolt Inlleld. O'l.eaij's spec
of Tlnku'b Tcxiu
will be plivcd nt Aula Park Sunday
instead of the iliawu games, ns was
II ist announced.
The scheduled games were ordered
postpone) In oulcr to give an oppor
tuult) for pl.i.vlng oft the diavvn
games, but, through some mlsundei
staiullug tlio teams of the Itlvcrsldo
League ale a little in doubt concern
ing which teuns should have gouo
This morning Vice 1'iesldeiit A. K
Vleria announced that tlio drawn
games will not bo plnjed off Sunday
and oiileied tho substitution of tliu
egul.ii schedulo Instead.
SOON TO BE P1AVED
COLORADO SPRINGS. Oct. 1C.
George Young of Ogdcn, Utah, claim
ing to he a grandson of Ilrlgham
Young and a student In tho Univer
sity of Utah, was found concealed
behind the grandstand on Washburn
llcld watching tho secret practice of
the Colorado College Tlgeis ester
day afternoon. Ho was roughly hail'
died and It was with difficulty that
the students wero prevented from
tlnowlng It I in in Monument creek.
However, ho was allowed to ko ou
tho promise that he would not return
About forty minutes later ho was
seen back of the grandstnnd nt the
west side of the field. He had a ho
dnk and was tr.vlng to get some snap
shots. Young was escorted to a train
by the students nnd sent out of town
tow aid Utah.
Coach Joseph Maddock of the 1'nl
cislt of Utah football eleven, when
(piestloued regarding the leport of
the discovery of an alleged "sp" on
tho Colorado College campus, denied
the man was In any wnv connected
with his aggregation, in. In fact, with
the university. "If the Incident h ip
pened at all," said Maddock, "It cer
tainly was not know.ii tci me or nny
of the bojs lieic."
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I'lonipll) 'Jt 10 o'clock next Sun
da) morning tho entiles will close
for the I'.insnii golf toiirnnment. No
ouo will be allow ed to put down his
name foi the contest nftci that bout,
so all ambitious golfers, who havo not
alrcad) made entry, will have to ur-
ilvc on the links bright nnd early.
That tlio tournament will ho ono
of the most Intciesting ever held hem
Is assuicd Tho handicaps have been
leanaiiged so us to make matters ua
even as possible und overy contest
nut should havo u fair chance.
In ordei to win permanent posses
sion of the cup, It Is necessary that
tho ambitious competitor win it
three times ou three, different links.
Hnlelwa, Moannlun, nnd tho Countiy
Club Two vlctoiics on tho kine
links will not count.
NEW AUTOMOBILE EATE3
Local light fans havo not given up
hope that tlieic may yet be some
thing doing between Charles Ilellly
and l'lanlvle Smith. The latter has
dictated his desire to go on with
the husk) lad, and lovers of tlio
gaum still hope that Ilellly may tic-
fei his departtne over one steamer.
8 it a
1'ioin n brother of Charlie Dixon,
who is with llattllng Nelson In tho
Last looking after his theatrical In
terests, comes tho Information that
the Datable Dane nnd Jlmmlo II 1 1 tt
are ou tlio best of terms and that
thero Is ilo dangei of any filction
Kddle Thompson, who claims to bo
tho welterweight champion of Can
ada, Is to meet Jack Duarto bcfoie
the I'nstlmo Athletic Clug ot San
ritiuclaco tomorrow night.
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YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
The Auto Livery will from this
date icduco all automobile, work 25
per cent. 1 passenger insldo city
limits Punahou St., Wjlllo St.. or
Kamchanichn Schools, CO cents; call-
Itirr rf ulinnnlni ti lint limit finrpltn.
nous driving 5 por hour; 4 second, l!" '""e " ""Me" " examined
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Vu JI 1(1 II lit 411 IIUUU 4 OKI IIU T V 4
H. LL'WIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. C.
There Is abiolutely no euro for
this disease, -ind It Is n duty which
ovei) stock-ownei owes to humanity
his vctcilnaiy immediately, and
If glanders, destroyed at onco and
c.ne.iB burned. Hut there nre many
Linest V llnrre. formeily bright "ioat dlsenbcs whose s)mptoms re-
)oiing man id Los Angeles, died In as), semlilo those of glandeis, which can
I urn aflei four ears ot Idiocy, caused bo cured promptl) und easily it taken
b) operation. in tlmo.
Alameda County Doard of Suporvls- POTTHTS Rl.nCTIUC OIL dully
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lllock at riflh and Maiket stiects In
Sail rriiicisco Is subleased hv Charles lions of tin o it.
COUGH MIXTUnil given In wnter
and feed will euio nll oullnaiy nffec-
Slewart to syndicate, which will build.
Iiistlce J A Coopoi puts bhinio on
atloiiiejH ror de!u)H In personal dam
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