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THI IV1NIN0 WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, ltll.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
THE MAN OF THE HOUR
isipyrigM. U1X by tn I'rfu lublthlnf Co. Tt Nw Tark Wor".al.
FOGEL WILL BE FORCED
TO PROVEHIS CHARGES
Expulsion From League Likely
if He Doesn't Make Good His
Condemnation of Umpires.
Denning Quits Cold in the Fifth
Round of His Bout With Mc
. Tnrk i :
wACK DB.N'NINO null oolrt lat night
I In Hi il th round of hi tout with
J McOoortr. HM reluctance of Mr.
Donning In continue followed ih tWIIv
r of a beautiful little lf( hook that
landed Mlrlj In Ih pit Of Ml itomach.
Ii dldn : drop. bii back4 wsy to
ws4 hi rornor, shaking 111 hood and
looking for th ttlltf II bant ovr a
llttl oi ho motioned to Rsfsrr Billy
Joh thru h hod bn "fouled " It t
n for a, few seconds. MeOoorty,
villi puaal frown, looker st Don
i.iag. then turned hfcj hoik and walked
I o aeulral corner. wlir b smiled
out ovr Ih crowd Mid ahonk hi Dead
a If to Indicate thai hn didn't know
aartijr what waa tha matter with hl
friend dark. A rnomonl ltr k won,
to hla oorner and aat down, and Don
MM. Jumping up, walked quickly across
tha ring and shook hand, trying to
explain In pantomime (for tha bnflt
of the apoolatortj how h had been
"fouled." MoUoorty mrly smiled.
II knw, aa all th aprna'.or know.
that ha had caught Dinning with a
PO'tocUy fair and well-plannod hook In
lb nrldrlfr, depriving him of hi breath
for a onotnent or oo.
Detmlng wa vary much tn aw of
AltOuui-.y wnn tli fti at round statu V
II gbook hand befor Iho bll with
a lagratlattug olr, and aooo aa th
soling began backed away m lively
faiklnn, covering up ami leaning a fur
back from UcOeorty'a flit aa hi cuuld.
laeUeecly ertaenilr waan t aa anxious
(Or a quick unieh a In th tight with
lb Australian and th Uuglleh Cham
tillii. Me Jigged aatut a llttl, and
wben h dt lead landed Ma blow
Itgnny or :nlel entirely.
In ike second round Denning had re-
pvered conuut-ncc enough to puan out
few Jar-e and to duck under Mc-
orty'a pumhua and tay tn a IHU
r. In the third round ho lah d
and had th heat of th
tnga. Mciloorty mlasi-d 11 gr-it 0 a;
boxed in carrlaaa fashion. : null a
fcbbed through the fourth and '.
sola again In tha fifth, reeawing
Inch app.aua whenvr he landed. Uut
til fltth Mrtliiorty suddenly put nn
gteain. He lightened up, moved quickly,
eemd to be looking for a good chance
Ik alip In a rsml punch. All of hla hit
far a minute or o war directed al tha
head. Denning waa tricked Into holJ.
tM a high guard. Then McUoortr
trapped hla right lnta th body, and
Mfpplng aalde to got th rang on a
food eipanae or rib, nipped hla left
IK very neatly. McOoorty had lharlaea.
II wa evident that h oould win whn-
ho lahed 10.
THK acml-flnal waa between I.oul
de I'onthleu, Frank Erna'a clever
Frrn h chaoiplon, and Uddle
Kally ef Sw Tork. Kelly weighed IH
4a runthhu three pouiida ia. Tfe
Frenchman waa t-onatantly on th a ,
roaalve, forcing Kelly around and
around the ring and leaping In with
lightning fan llttl hooka and Jab
Whenever ho could ilr.j an opening
JCaily covered up with forearm and
JJkowa, leaving vary llttl to hit. la
iaa laei no rnunaa Ruy rallleg
eupl of time, and catching th
I'rin hn.an rtiahlng in wide optn land
H aeveral heivy amaahe. Bgag of
laaee only brought 1 Vontnleu ruchlng
Hi faatrr and harder than before, and
at the nd th Frenchman waa an eaay
winner. II oord clean knockdown In
Vk cvnih and the aaJJJhla round. Th
Brat time he caught Kelly aa h backed
wa:-. chipped him on the chin and
aWppv.t hint flat on hi hack. Klly
area up again In Isur seconds. The Me
an knockdown wa adminiatered wlib
right an the chin at Cloio quartera
and Kelly il., p. .t down on the ropti, to
tee again without wilting for a count,
tin I'onlhler I the deveteat light
Watg-IM now boalng In New Tmk. a line
ortainat.iilie I ttle ft -low. In our round
illy uataaej a wltig and floppe.:
kneea. The I'nnchmati le.ipeil for-
Waid and luilped hint to hla faet In a
We Are Pushing
fill ii iftiimffiar 'DHci i u n i i k u i v
Swat Milligan's Secret
Service Men Again Save
Giants From Sure Defeat
Bear Trap Discovered Near
First Base That Would Have
Prevented McGravvites From
Stealing Bases Their Long;
(Tha Peorlaaa Hlttar of th Poltofl
fftMfor'i .Vol: l"htg tofw y
Vr. Million, the great bitter who
ha been specially engaged hy
Tne Kxentno World to oover the
-nrlrt trtt$, U printed )ut
he wrote it. He will not stand for
enphody KTtftni; hU ttuf.
A At., her w ar right on th
ere of the big dolnita and ewett-
thing la et. Aa th game
ain't etarted yt new ar aeenewhat
oarri that I, concerning how th
Q1nt and th Rd Mot played, but If
II hadn't been for tha work of my
acrtt rrtoa mn laat night MoUraw
would hav got th word of what I
contdr th low dawndeat trtck vr
put up on a bM field. (Tarry Herrmann
of tha National Commlealon cam la
ma and, after talking with McQraw
1 put th whole buetn right up to
him. A a rult thr will he a M
ohang in lb rul Before night.
M and Mad raw wa ttln' in th
clubhoua having a final talk before th
team got down ta buainee. Cap'n D.ivi
nd Chrlity Mathawaon waa alao there
and w went ovtr everything that might
have a bearln' on th situation.
th the meantime t had been on to my
Job and had my aevret ervlc men oik
very friendly way, and tnctaad of try
Ing to laka any sdvautai deilueralelj
waited for Kelly tn make the flrt lead
before going on with th flghv
ret bwit oavrlopwd a very prrty
boar la Kdd. Uotgan af Urag
land, who outtwxed ami outfoualhi
.. ltur-ie. Morgan la a rry clever
to boxar with a panh?uliil good left hand.
fart and a hard hitter. Uurn waa In
I dlatree tn th la : two ronndn.
Mm who buy feel that they've had $30 worth go
do their friend. And they have. There it ar.
unlimited line of new Full woolen to select from.
Suits to Measure, $20.00
English Trouserings, $5.00
Fitted, finished and tailored up to that standard
that he3 stamped B'way and 9th St as the best
place in the world to buy clothes. If you can't call,
cud for Samples and Style Book.
makln' an examination at the laat min
ute I ordered them to h aa oareiul aa
If thv waa m a regular Icag" Ilk th
Willow dwamp and to overlook nothing.
WAT KNEW OfdETMINQ WAS
WRONG RIGHT AWAV.
Aa 1 aald before, me and Mack waa
aeltln' there talkin when on of m
aleutha atuck hi head la the door and
waa a pal as a sheet. I knowad tema-
thln' waa up right off.
"What la HT" aaked Mao,
'0 on and tU him." I ear. Tou
know, ttieae alautha nvr talk ta no
body unleae 1 tU 'em to.
"NOthln' but th old a'. trap trick.'
waa hla anawtr. "Wa located the preaa
ititton In tit plt'hln' box and Bho
enough t'lerr waa the rontraptlon burled
;n th ground In the hear Una eight feet
md alx inchea from flrat."
I waa mlghilly worrlad for a mlnut
M MoOraw didn't seem to underetand
he aerlnuineea of It. Of course, not
Iwla' a Willow PJwamp teucunr. he ain't
up to all the trtokg and I had to tell
him luat like I am gnnt to tell you.
Th trick ne reamed Mat the an ne
e the framed It on ma at Bobble-
town the day we bet tiem Netll
Raahe. W called It th att-el trap gag,
hut thl waan t eaacily the earn.
Wall, what doe tt mean'.'" aaked
To Celebrate the World's Series
Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats
$18 for the Week Instead of $25
Just as a genuine fnn appreciates the value of "inside ball"
and loves to see it operate- -just so the shrewd judge of clothing
values appreciates inside merchandising and is quick to grasp its
chances when they come.
Hera la on; of them take it. It's like getting a press box
eat at the price of a bleacher ticket.
For bastball week only, to help along th enthusiasm, we
will make you a suit or overcoat, tailored to your measure and
Kirfect In every detail, from any on of our $25 patterns, fur
We have a selfish reason for this. A new customer means a
demons rooter. Once u Clemons rooter always a demons rooter.
0at fa' tuifomr ran a laif
ar vrral finissag is ort eiysl flea
fit, ffstja H WW u I pt'U.t
Broadway & 39th St.
Cap'a Ione. who aeon that I waa wor
"Mean"' I aaed to htm "Why It
meana that you would hive been heat
ho aa yo i ar llvln'. tt waa a criem
IS atop all hna runnln' hy the JInte.
and It It had worked you never would
have go' a man to eecend hue.
"Well. I'll be durned." waa all Irry
You , reader, th cnnsplra!ora-olt
Ztvka Herder must have hern m xrd up
it had run a paimt electrtr erire
dam the flrat baa line to the pltcher'a
iox. At tha oaae line end or thia wire
there waa a llttl trap Ilk a bear trap
only BOt an Strong, that was just eaawu.y
tha color of tha dirt ao It couldn't be
seen, tn th pitcher's bx there waa a
lit la pre button. Th Idea waa that
when a runner on baae and the
pltotier got ready to throw the ball to
th hatter all he had to do wus o atp
on tn button and th little ateel trap
at the other end would reach up and
iat the runner round the leg tti
he couldn't move an Inch and con
u.uently couldn't git no atart. Once he
waa stnpped the p'tcner could taxe ma
font oft the button and the rap disap
earad. No matter how much the run
ner make a fioller the un.pire ran t are
nothln' and ha to let It go at that, tf
that thing hadn't been dlec ivered tha
("Hants would hav been rulnt 'oauac
heir mainatay Is baae runnln'.
WAT TILLS HOW HE UwED TO
"Wall' how did you beat it at BobMe
town?" MoUraw aaked me. So 1 a up
pose I'M havre to writ It for th paper
In them day, aa ynu know, tho rule
waa In vogue that a runner could kcp
sc.rtoi' until the bull waa recover.!.
I often hit 'em fsr t'Miugh to mak IH
to (I0 runs at a crack. On th lay a
arhtcth I am alludln' th Nettl luh
waa drtermln! to beat u. They ware
tlppad off that I was roln' to hit one
lato a water tank In th avnth innln',
and they fixed uu a omtrnptlnn to atop
m at flrat base, it wai ju-t ita tn
una wa dlacavered last night, except
rhey had a rMular Iwiar trap hid In
th Sraa back of Art to ketch m.
That time I wain't tipped off and I
run rleTh. mtn it head on.
I hit the hail al: right with my pwteh
rubber tlca at the critical moment,
and waa Just jui.d n' urn when my
foot want right into the trap and It
elnaed on mv lag w'th a ctt-k. Thera
waa etu.W hard and tight. I puilat
and tugged, hut th. o v.oe no uae. That
bear trap had ma fastened.
All or a eudden I th ught of a (treat
aehem I uaed for takln off weight in
spring practice. 1 knowed thy wouldn't
gH th ball back for an hour, ao I got
hiiar I began my t'.uaahlng my a:nu
around and then worked my cheet up
avnd down, aecontln' to my beuret pWn,
tltl I rot up a heavy uwrat. Tha pcr-gpil-ation
bernn runnfn' down my leg,
awid that was Ju-t what I wanted. 1
kept workln' till I abd took off twonty
twn pound and t ie aural run o (.'
nd fast that It rueteo. the tenth out of
that hem trap and I pot my foot nut HI
thirty-eight mlnntea That give me Junt
1 the TAILOR
time to light out and make aevantr
sight runa before they got the ball out
of the water tank'
it's a mirfhty , I thing far MdOiaw
that I oam on her In time to put h.m
Wle to the (ino points Af the gani.
If 'hat kiek had worked it would BAVa
To-morrow I'm go'n' to writ a;ut
th frame and I may use my famous
tlKi,'er system 'to bring out th fine
Croas to Grt $3,0041.
Isrh t'rvssi, .k Iktrtl a I Mia -itie
iM.reie. ao all.. U Watched to wart Jerl
f 1 Id tca-eaasd bn-it at tin at.
Itlnk i-i F-v'4v luah!. ts ' recvt.t lit.Oor'i
ftr his en'l.
Sim nn..aWi. br.ther i.r I'-. mtvt
's.r.. at rirat .i.oukiMi 1:1 rm
t 'r U 000.
rn r. . of 'te ah.. at fa Garden A C 1
M.7O0. rt this SJDJ BlfTiaill rot BS
n. or HMO, whi e Js IV - . i U,
r cent,, which ostted him SS11.
NOT ON YOUR TINTYPE!
ytTELL, I g ucet not I Don't data me with tho "itn
Vw itation tailort" who advertise clothe to measure
at cellar price and when they get you ineide
play you tor a "boob" by raiting you until they tet
you back SS to S10 more than you expected to pay.
Nothing like that in my family. m no "man of
myttery" tailor McRae't my right name do-ye-moind
-and I've been "tqumre on the Circle for the
patt ten yeart. ' I certainly
thing you thou Id get in a well-tailored garment.
Don t be Mr. Rube and kit 'em hand you the blarney
about bettor lining and trimming "Si more, pleate,"
-turn-up cuff fl.50 extra
that'll be $4 more, air." If
tactic I'd quickly be elected a aharter member of
m w w - sj asv-ai ivriat rv
To the ready-made clothier I owe my ucce.
Walk along the "Main Stem" -tlant into the richly-
upholttered ahop window and you'll And that thote
comic crack of mine about their 75-to-IOO per cent
profit are'nt ao for out of the way. I ay It, and toy
it plain, that the
BbsaaHeJs.a.MsTaH ' ff ou jrpnin tour
Uncle L ill" i "tnar" with both pedal on mart Over
coating tuch a plaid-back Chinchilla, Kerseys and
Meltons. Got 'em all "over the hills and far away"
when it comet to value at SIS. I want "Mr. Stranger"
with an "e.igle eye." tor hi "money' most," to take
me up on my "pretty ttrong attertion" and ee how
quick I'll make good.
DAIrVirnATA 1 "Ask About Me"
nnai vvn m
give FREE with
ev:ry garment told
u iiiufi sr wuii'M"
back Raincoat. Tell
me, what in thun
der better way can
I show my appre
ciation for the
"Doubter" to run
up and try me out
BRITTON GIVEN DECISION
OVER YOUNG M'DONOUGH.
PBOVtnii.srr. (Vt. . -Jaet Brittle. tk
rlaaaj isstiteirh: 1 O.rsio. easily wjo u.
raatWJkeaaad aewsrSDr dsin s oer Tf t uii Mr
IkK.e'srti uf Male liraw. N, . I-.'.. tka aW
lsutad A, 0. "I rajetnu. Brl'.lon -. km fast
ad ciesar hn tits .sean. Tl oflt7 eay Yiijn
l Ii- i N resud isacn llrlltoa aas h bittlna
hue aa to Sft
O-nrte Kaally Whlpa Martin.
PHrLSI)BI.I'HI . ct. S, In sis e.uoila l
stiiulnf that (airl el rttb a-tlan. Jack Mc
. of Atlanta u n M sms 1 eisriia ofrr
TimVi ieWsl ". Tsm ft k O Behsn put lit
nT.a of Ilia -! . . f..' i- of ' i t-4 errr
.-. I In this etty. aud hsl ml t.-nilM IB
MW JIiuki Msrtlu of HasVI in Field.
Carle Oatpnlnta rleleaua.
A Mil Cortea t tlua cltj st 1 sum am
PWmg is tin l boat of ten uanls t Mar
she ef Us PeWaa A a ef ttVihukes. ij I tol l
eli ntvamags oer last o polau rt the fmsl Saw,
do not tax you extra for
velvet overcoat collar
I employed uch flim-flam
TO YOUR MEASURE
Take Your Pick
it the tort for which the ready
made boy forte a man to cough
up $30, $35 and S40.
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Open Utttl 1 1. M.
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Chicago (N.) 41
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AMERICAN ROOF! bS 6&
fli Cnatltatt Msdcapl, J.iKo Jajrlt a K. Alloa
haiilon, Merat Mart's nn. Keillns .v Kliffn
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Holier Mill tXiT-
S '' IsAM.Y. IU.'-Ihiim belia
Uf i'f il ' -a-isT and sMh t., frgs. a Sat.
tTnless ITorare .. Fosrel. prestdenl of
the I'hlladelphla Cluh. ran prov th
chartte ho recently mads to the effect
thai the Ol.ints were h lpe.1 along In
wining the pennant by the dcilong nf
some of the umt l-cs, the Indication are
that It will b expelled rrom the leagwa.
ThOfnag J. Lynch, president of th Na
tional League, feels to hurt ovr th
scandal (hat he has notified all the club
owner that h will call a (pe.'lal meat
lng, to tak place a few day after the
present world a series la completed, for
the purpoas of bringing Kog' l ta task.
Should Pogel full to give a aatlaraotory
snawnr, I'rerldi nt Lynch will suggeat to
the magnate that he be punished by
While "Iron Man" Jack Coomb, the
tnlrter of the Athletics, wa at the Sat
In the sixth Inning of th opening game
Of fhs inter-l.ague series between th
Athletics and the Phillies, a wild pitch
hjf Karl Moor struck Coombs with Wr
rlflc force on th hau, knocking him
unconscious. After several rnlnutev
Coombs wa revived and wa carried
to the Phillies' chrhhouse. He svaa abfr
to go home later, but will not be ready
t pitch again during the serlas.
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