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UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSY
Ift Unlikely That Major Leagues
Will Ever Again Allow Players
In a Championship Series to
Sell Their Signatures to News
papers for Purpose ot Using
Over Criticisms.
.t. Ills. W The I'rea. PiiMUblni Co.
lTDt Ke Tort World).
O"
U H.iu I.l'i k seems to 'i. in
put his IKn Oil Mul .rll.
Jdsttaewson pitched one of thi
Creates nmH in his I'm career In
IWIll day's rham.on.rilp rleeinlnf event
Bd then lost because ot half hearteJ,
ttSBs Itnoed upp.irt. If that Isn't bard
lack, what tot
Yt aUthewson haa Utile to lay. He's
a fenuine "sport" The wtnnlnl of this
sBerne would have maant a am nil fortune
8j htm. aside from tha U.BB or ao that
way frum hta player's share
a few bonehead fumblaa by flood
and ona or two others. And ha
mn othtac.
Othara have made remarks enoufh,
Hattf thinks. It'a unlikely that the
and tha American I.rajruea
ever acaln allow playara la a rhm-
sertes to let thalr nimei1 ba
criticisms published attar
Ever, thoufh the playara
that theae articles ware really
srrlUaa by report era, and seldom It ever
E
81 d
by the ball player who eold
alsnature. tha atlnc of personal crll-
tad to muuh 111 feeling and Inter-
dlaaaniloa la Loth teams. It la tha
practice possible to allow public
If
of one player by another on
una team. Thla lad to flat ftchta
IB tha Boa quarter, a wall aa to sev
' easel clashes and a collection of Slouches
tenons tha (Meats.
Vast year. If there la a pennant aerial
art roar, the playara will be told to
give thalr attention to the lama
HVOH Q. JeclNTOHH. tha Aua
trallau (oron-oier of boxing con
teate, baa (one Into e, new
aatrura. Ha haa boitffht outrlfht a
l I vaudeville clroult. Nj ha can
aiay both eade aaatntt tha middle,
TTf-ilT aad employ the (If titers, make
Bear champlona, and send tha ne-v
tampions "out on the road" along Ills
Vaudeville clroult If there'a any looae
money left In Australia when Mr. M--
geta through It'll ba a wumler.
ha made hla Mart, egad, aa a
pas try cook I
McINTOSH'S flrat notable venture
In the aporttng line waa the pro
moting of the lljrns-Johneon
Sgwt for tha world's championship. He
ajrouaTht otn Munis and Johnson to
Australia. Burns was guaranteed t?0.ooo
for hla arid, with expenses. John
taisTto,
a percentage amounting to
et.OQu, with expenses. Tho gate
tha largoet In history up to the
Uma, aomethlng like to.Ouu Mcintosh's
fame as a promoter traVellcnl around tne
wo rid Whan ha dickered with Hums
hand Johnson he waa a caterer and
summer (or rather wlntor In Aus rallu)
hotel owner He still controls
the hotel circuit.
LAUREL RESULTS
1 FIRST RACE-Two-ycar-nlclt; selllnc;
! five and a half furious. Paris Que!ii.
1W rTeehen), Is to r.. even and 1 to
Auiific, 108 (Hut wall). It to 1.
1 and 2 to I. si-r-o.id; lirynary, ton
riln. 4 to L U to b and 0 to 10. third.
Time. 1.07 l-e Ros.-ltali .-, Ptu-w, Kx
Fasces. Chinook, Lstwsuli. Chuckles also
BTOND RACK Rteeplechase Handl
cap; thrca-year-olda and upward; about
two mile I.e.- m.ii l .:s (Kowaerl. 3l
W 1, I to 1 and 2 to l. flrrt: Idle Ulch
Ml. tlieeitherlnKon). h to 8, S to r.
and 1 to i. ai-o.n1, Ulack lirldge. lit
It eating i. to t. even nnd 2 to I,
third. Time, 4 in S-t. Irvln V, Dlgga.
Jouveremt- also ran.
THTRd IIV "K. Hrtling; tlue-y.-sr-Ida
and upwarl: ala furlonga Double
five, 1M aVrTagnrti. 4 to 1. 7 to 6 and
I to 6. Aral; atonv.-a II., 110 (Kadarla).
t to I. to 6 and 3 to ... second ; Pluvlnua,
IM (Teahaa). U to t. to & an 1 3 to 1
Time 1.11 i'-S. NaLPier, Miss i
HallacJt, Miss Mornrnta, Caltp i,
Malatene, Nimbus :nd Monsieur X. also i
FOURTH RAB--Handicap; three-1
year-olds and up: one mile and a kIi-
uuc'""''- IU" ' liutwi'll i.
lbi
IT to It, 1 to li and 1 to 4, fit at: Alta-
' snails ltl (Brhuttlnger). 13 to 6, 4 to
eg and 1 to 3, second; I'arlton H 110
I (Hoffman). 4 to 1. 3 to 1! and J to 6.
third. Time. I 17 I-.V titty Platter
and Cliff nidge ala - ran.
Polky Victor In Two Hon ads.
300PEK. Mijs.. -m. 17.- Artbar I'.lsr,
.k... ... .. .1 ...... U .... . I
... . . ' ... ... .. ,. i. i, ....... ,1
N. V Li tbe lerunj rounrl of what
doted to be a ti-n iuuod in. .1 l'el.v
heller -if tne uout all lb. say. Harris
for Tn-a ll.iuro.i. Kit elieetiun of
hMl.,1 MIL.. VI. II. ,.e U... .
rfo of i 111 i ,e Kail, unit in the t..iM
Is lu buu. nitb I.jiii Leu. aud Youli
Vuum lullelt.
aaaiBTEH to-mobbow.
Bstarday are the
I dags as rcglstratlaa. It yon do
soglgter you cannot vote. Begls-
atitaiau
atf
Bsaa estveiBWi
a BBMBta Monsini open at i jl sa. aad Mr.ngr
, 1 tawa ta ijt.Ca -4
BEST
w "- if
Swat Milligan's Caterpillar
And Bear
Those Sleuths the Peerless Hitter Discharged Double
Cross Him, and as a Result Snodgrass Makes the
Miserable Muff Planned for Speaker, While Merkle
Is Caught ot first instead ot Yerkes.
BY SWAT MIIUCAN.
(Th Patriot Hitter of tho Poiaon Oakt.)
WELL, ma and Mac la back In town and I don't mind tellln you right
oft that I'm done with wrltln' placet for the payer. After tblt 1
think .11 V.a ,,, I, i , .
sssssssi i ')
tickle him ao when ha got the ball that hu would turn It loose and It
would ttlbo iintke him laugh eo he couldn't throw straight. Kverythlng was
ready and tho glove was doped lust tight with the tecrot preparation.
waltin' for tho chance to spring It
Me and Hiram Heave also Imd our old
Iloaton runners If tlu-y ut taWtTtfOtM atOUBd ,,,e nr,: ',a,,' A" ,,u Kl"w
Idea of that la to Mgttesl a wire trap In the haao lino near first l-ati and have a
private wire run from It to a button near tho bench. Of course tho trap la ao
colored that It onn'i ha told f r -m the dust. The Idea la whrn a runner atarts
to steal lllrum Is to prean the button
from the iwit-h nnd gr.il the runner by the leg. The minute M hOUSrt lllrum
tunis loore the button nnd the trup dlaappears ao that the umpire won't know
r-othln' '1 ut what's gi-ln' on, and the siuawk don't go.
Aa I said tiefore. we hud llieae pluns Btgaty e.irifully arranged and the
powdvr was put in Speaker's glove at the MBH time my secret underground
slgn-il service K--t the i .uu e.il. 1 1h-.ii- trap In plnce.
Just hi we was about logtart in the tenth Innln' 1 received a tologram rrom
the editor of the paper I am workln' for. It said for nic to git on the b quick,
as sometliln" Ml hud happ ned and they needed me at the end nf the telegraph
wire. 1 n.-iirol thut gomebhln1 tStTibta nilltht have Imppe.nwl, SQ 1 fell for this
work sn' f.oind Bill, too late, thsl It whs
roe off thy Job. oon as I got on I run Mack to tha Stand Just In time to are
sjm)f1Knies ketch thai cany fly from Knglo's hat and then drop It. I saw him
j sjhako hie hand In a funny way and 1 Knowi d right -ff what had iapi-n.-l
Willie 1 was answering that teli gram old Joe (Julrk bad switched the gloves
and gl e gnodgra s the one I had loaded for SiK-aker.
Ttii-re waa still a chun'i- for ua to win by thi- hear trap M-heinc, and ma and
Mac laid low. 1 looked around' an-1 seen that Itlram Heave was on tho Joh at
tha Otbar end - f the wire. I was layln' for him to press tho button when I give
the signal ut.d l.t u-h V.-i ki-s, the h.iae runner at first, hv the leg and hold him.
Just aa Xpeakcr comea up and takes a swing at the hall 1 gives the signal for
lllrum to Work the wile Ho MMBI BOWS, on that pesky button with all bis
might, and iig'it then a must remarkable thing hADfM ned.
When Speaker gWtlM M tBt 1all he llftwl A NtUl Btp foul back of first
Yerkes sen It and atirti-d ha-k for the bag. Jut.' aa he eturtcd to run back
him and MetkK- got their legs mixed up and Hiram HsBVt picked milt the wtotik
legs. The hear trap r- ached up ami grabbed Merkl-- round around the ankle
Inatral of Verges and held him back from gout' tftrr that foul When lllrum
aWMVeien the ten Ihle mistake hu turned loon tin nil-, but It waa too lute
then and thi flul hall fell safe.
Me ami Mas give UP right then and there. We had linen crusaed on Ixith our
achamea and tBe wxrld's series was o.er. It ain't our fault that t lie Giants didn't
win, and If ndMhln' romri o(T In the contrary we'll he right In there workln' this
So aa to git the players used to Wlt!u,v .--wain.- trU-ka lu tine
art egoln' to taka plenty of titnt.
THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912
SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
Trap Are Undoing of Giants
ib boiu to awear on irom wriun , too.
It dun't do much good, and bealden
that It tlpa off what la bain' done on
the quiet.
II It hadn't been for my stuff In
thd papers every day the Red Sox
never would have got on to mine and
Mac'a achmemeg and laid plan to
cioaH us Tho UlanU would 'er been
champions of the world to-day out
for a llttlo scheme worked by Old
Joe Quirk aud the Red Sox rielit
when we hud things cinched.
For five day theae fellum had been
readin' my pieces lu the papera and
they had hired three of them tectet
service mult that I fired so us to gil
the right d6pi to cross me.
I had It fixed up so that I could
slip some of that famous cartrplllur
powder of mine into Trls Speaker
glove Just before the tenth Inuln'
The Idea was to make the powder
l.ear trap tr k ready to aprtng on the
an - 1 the patent wire loop Will roach up
n thin' nioi.-'n a decoy lelegrnm to git
'TWAS NO FAULT OF MATTY
Copyright. IMi, by the Press Fubilshlr Co. (Ths New fork World
Powder
What Stahl and
McGraw Have to Say
About the Result
V JAKB STAHL.
(Manager of the Red Sox.)
BOSTON. Oct. 17. We won tha
aerlea. aa I expected wa would. Tha
Ulanu gave us a great fight. I
have nothing but praise for Hugh
Bedlent, tho yourag pitcher who want
out In that Important game and
aaved the aeries for the Rod Sox.
BY JOHN MeQRAW.
(Manager of the Glsnta.)
Boaton, Oct 17. Wo war beaten
In tha sertoa ty -bad fielding. X do
not blame Hnod grass for hla error In
the tenth Inning. H waa simply tha
last boot In a series that haa boon
full of too same sort of errors.
WORLD'S SERIES NOW
STAND 5 TO 4 IN FAVOR
OF AMERICAN LEAGUE.
1912 Boston (A. L), I; Now
York Of. I..). X
UU-Phlladi-lphla (A. L.), 4; Now
York (if, UtJ J.
1910 Philadelphia (A. L), I; Chi
cago iN Is,), 1.
1900 Plttshurgh (N. Uh 4; De
troit (A. L.).
190f.-hlcgo (N. L). 4; De
troit (A. L.). L
1907 Chicago (N. L.). 4; De
troit (A. 1..), 0.
190-Chloago (A. I..). I; Chi
cago (N. L.), 2.
1906 New York (N L ). 4; Phila
delphia (A. 1..), L
1904 No aorlea.
1908 Boaton (A. L.), 5; Pltta-
burgh (N. L.i. 3.
Attell to Meet Walsh.
A he Attell. th.- ss festhsrwelabt ctisatu
Jimmy Wslsh -g Hisrioo eho has bsea llghtlaa
Inns etiimsli to drsw s ueiuuon. am as sued
instrhe.1 to alset la s l : -1- n "lad bout befurr
ths Pllgrlni I, A. if Dofton on at St Tessda
nlghl. Wsl.li hss slnts-1; si-oeiMed the slab'.
(sis sn.1 ti li elrao.t eartilti thst AUsll wib
folio eitt.
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These Full Dress Suits at $30.00 are of exceptional
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AND THE PRICE TO YOUR ORDER $30.00
Mail nritr$ promptly filltd. SeW for tamplr: Open Until 9 P. M.
Harvard Coaches to Watch
Yale Attack Army Men
Ham Fish, Charlie Daly and
Lothrop Withington to At
tend West Point Game Sat
urday. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 17.
HE board of atrategy wHl make IU
first excursion abroad Saturday,
when Ha-n Flah, Charlie I .ily an I
Lothrop Withington will go to Weil
Point to taka a peep at the annual
meeting on the grldtron between Yale
and Uncle asun's aoldlar buys. Practice
within tha stadium will probably be
light this afternoon, a short scrimmage
finishing up the day's work. Trainer
Pooch Donovan .ta-.es that he never had
a team so free from Injuries aa the one
this year, yet listen to the number of
first string man who are at present on
tho Injured list: Drlscoll, u. giant
guard, la suffering from a bad shoulder;
Btorer, right tackle, la alao injured;
Palton, O'Brien, Dan Waatherhead and
Smith, all ends, are under tha doctor's
ears, while Brlokley, the apeedy half
beak. Is out suffering from a lame knee.
Yale.
StW HAVES. Oct 17. In larparaUnn for th
Me aajainat We Point th Vale mat v had tu
cnairuagM, tsbe fliwt arainM th) ncrutta and itve
eKjnd awatnet th tr Umn. la ch of tbeni
Um varan kyejifrd one toucladown, bxtt at Ibe rml
of th trint una tbt rruU haa th hail in the
Tavrwiv tntuin ootv . tu maJir a .1 r a ki a
ftttdUhl if t-it fnliBieu had had od Xitkrr.
I'lMJiw v nUj-ad taokto on th aerond team TutMtla
and Hartiaon waa at fuard kr Coooey on the flrt
(M. W'Wkr, who L-lnred a good game at
quftrtsMrhacfc Turaday. was .n a nat. Cornaeil
ran Ih tint tun and I.ofnu t acruba.
Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. IT. Under :h wi !i
ful er ot Dr. Plraaraat l'cqna Lrania'a Una 1
natodlodj into form. Thar la -till a lack of taam
work, but tt U ho pad that t hta will ba ratnrxLol
bfof Barnrdar a gam. Hogr waa unabla to rt
Kand Ma aimnm tmd a big dlffevenc la tne
Slaapaon, wro haa bean aubaUlating In ttta
hackfWd ama tried out at centre and Look aa u
h will 6trmkru into a atroag ptrot man, KelUhci.
ho haa bn altmatsng with Mi-Call at (-eDtrr.
to now at toil tack to and la doing good work,
tho-ngh b to aUU grren at ibe petition.
Princeton.
PRINCETON. N. J.. Oct. 17. The Ttgrl
eoaebss ere set ret done with the changss In th.
psmABSl of the teaas. In sn sndssTor to
the lint Coach OaSaBBg bsm tried
QUARTER OF MILLION
FANS PAID HALF MILLION
DOLLARS FOR SERIES.
The total paid attendance for tha
eight world's series games was
868,037.
Ths total reoelpta were 8490,833.
Baoh club's share waa 8147,088.85.
Tne national Commission's soars
was 948,088.80.
Tha total players' share, derived
from the list fonr games only, waa
147,471.80.
Of thla amount tho Boston players
shared 80 par oent., or 888,483.
The BOW York players ahared
Metaa.
Every salgtbls Bad Boa player, -Of
whom there won twenty-two, re
ceived 84,088.
vary eligible OHant player, tha
number being twenty-three, received
Wilt.
The sfant la every oase are
greater than those of any previous
world's series.
i kuf.t-M to K. Tn.ik:u.in'ii (i.ac. nnd H , Swart
101 Miienk. A flitti ii-iuiri.tr MfMieSvi DfMttl r
witli the atrrulis rvultcl In (WO vtiin for tench
Utm W'iclit arjii llA.u'r icnrinB on Interi itpttd
Tlw aH-rutM' .(ii"rt xtr-j iiiiif Im a (juar
(HVHI nm tiy BolAAd ar.tt a 10 jar i gttwt by
HrUt-ii jJur pkkitig tin at fiuuhU'l tnJI. A longer
f nmniaire itn tin- trt Iiiilih rA.U:..l in an H.
vte. Th lUItt mn, rmtlifcj the 4a!l stisiust tbt
varnitr clear u hi ;io mt( i.;u- auU the ui.nlc a
tfual in a tlr.jp k. k. lu n tbt Tarl waa tin
Ibt ulfniM tbi fmlnu ftt onv tiuae 1 Imr fur
downa ouc foot from the t"ai.
Cornell.
ITHACA. N. V.. Oat 17. Tt MN waa Ugh
In the tiaau-ns worn tin? Cornell f.'t.'ill ti im
qmt tlw ficW. hut tboafb the motm mniled fn-nt-o
WW a hu A( t- ainfing t!ie Otmrll f-mtbai;
plaiM. Tl frrahuun tam bod Biaoam thi'tn up
cui.l anl at the DSdlMOa nf a long acnti image
nitre waa a quottlun aa to wlktthtw t tit varsity or
freahmao m the brat to m. The raln r,-l
a ciuitle of tinu's M the youngster, liut t a) fi.ct
Mf men rlMad the Una bill- aad KM iM4i-he
li.i-i uj wmqji of anooaraggornt for tin- big tam
while ftonl. tlilmin mi.1 Dttntf of the frahman
lint'. Ham ,n ami Hlifltoi, tins.;, and tftoo I an-1
Kl..nert in I !... .. . , , . , .4 . . ....
big fellows. The - . . itWH tbc bit tram narJ.
Carlisle.
OARUILt
Pa., pot 17.
A donbU headpT
f. 91. thai 1
practice una ! 11 m In. ban Full
I -rllHf IikIuim. -li tlie IrirkiiiMin
i t. eir gue-;-. Weui tHi-i-u.i the NtQawJg nr funda
BenUU and stagttt a f uil.nirf av-.-.m.njip
t.-i the two auimi alaratia, mw of wiiidi anvi)
f It the advantage of Vorhltaf against tmng autag
ontol I who did ti ! know tlnir ilxvaU, I'oach
WanitT for the Indijnn an I Patixti for DloUnioa
f'i towed thtlr ituna t-irrfull.v. ffirtng tudit i lual
Inatrution.. wttlle regular offKhU wera aecurtU
for tne practice, ereut.
Champioti Wolgast Not Much
Of a Drawing Card in "Phillu"
Ad Only Receives $1,200, or
50 Per Cent, of "Gate," for
Meeting Teddy Maloney.
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
AD WOUMJrTi the lightweight
champion, Is evidently not a goo"
drawing carl In Phlladalphlo, for
he met Teddy Maloney, the crack light
weight of that city. In a six-round bout
at the Oly.npla A. C, the swell boxing
club of "Phlliy." and the eroas recelpta
only amounted to. 'J,400. As Wolgast
fought for CO per cent, of the "gate," his
end waa 1,!W, a small sum for a cham
pion. l-sckiv laaPanaad -.!1 tskf nsrt In snotht
"assj bout" le-utlht. fur .li h ss will tswt
auarsatas of i.ooo. rafhstjr sill gst tM,.P
merer I-. uitln Kid MDSTta the lsl light.
weight lu s twilu ru-in-1 boot St s U0W so M
bfoasni off st th Usitlo fl-lli of flr-fl.ail. AL
i though Alberta hsi woe hli last nine mntssu, n M
i-ii sjases Haw win ins siiwww - -
tsonbSe,
Another one of the many new ' white tiop,'"
will . .., ,n ..-IImi- in Ihil i. IV M Ul lot
MeOlosSaf of Bsir. Me., w.ei haa li-eii niatehrd
to ir.ivt yam CMtjotj nf l lie sast al-l
In
tiu-
AlvlUbEMENTS.
. viia li. r.'.e.
D1T1 Txrga7rY T.aaa si -Tlvi
Herles ol (uniiiieu- New Hoeet sl-leo.
Winter Garden I'M IE PASSING
h , v." $1. I SHOW OF 1912
UlTOAl NidHT-BIO CONCERT,
PLAYHOUSE j&t&
ltoTo?rVvrNKE LITTLE WOMEN
Manhattan iftfttf
Scthern &Mr!owe
u, tV Ul .it
Mata.Wcl A Hat. 1!
lt- r, i .. f. Tmiilna;
of fShrru
win Si
fasts., Mall. tir.Il'wav. Kfgt.r) l.t
VI. ill Waul , I Qast O I.:
A New Ai;
Drain
LYRIC
AS!a THE BRUTE
w. of B'vur, K. a. is'
1 , . Wr.1 .t. tint ) IK
THE M ASTER T';. HOUSE
MAXINIC iT--e..:;il.liet.H'i Bib tY.fcii8.1j
KIJJOTT'Hi Mstineea Wei an I Bat,, 2.30.
READY MONEY
S. COMEDY UalaTtl
""'""FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
Blttt HIM .11 Tl.ea . B'wai It llaL Bra A)
Mstv U. . X. . set. .Vai llreh. Beau. 11
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PASINO "'" H. Ira. 8,10.
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eu. "i uunin - tn-o nu mv ionkh.
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HAwr' II THE JOLLY FOLLIES
EDITED BY
ROBERT EDGREN
How World's Title
Was Won and Lost.
FIRST uiKI Tuesday at Polo
Grounds. Sew York. Bed Boa
won, 4 to 3. Pitchers, Wood and
Tesrean and Crandall.
.TCCOND (IAMB Wednesday at
Panway Park, Boaton. Tie game,
6 to 6, cloven Innings. Pltchsra,
fathewaon and Collins, Ball and
Bedlent.
THIRD DAME Thnrsday at Pea
way Park, Boston. Slants won,
3 to 1. Pitchers, tfarqnard and
O'Brien and Bedlent.
TOUKTH OABtX Prtday at Polo
Oronnds, Baw York, Bod Box
won, 3 to 1. Pttchsra, Wood and
Tesrean and Ames.
PIPTB OAKI Saturday at Fenway
Park, Boaton. Bad Bos won, a to
1. Pitchers, Bedlent and ICathew
son. s:xth game Monday at Polo
Oronnds, Baw York. Olants
Won, B to 8. Pltchera, Marqnard
and O'Brien and Collins.
SEVENTH OAME Tuesday at Pta
way Park, Boston. Won by
Olants, 11 to 4. Pltohtrs, Tss
raan aad Wood and Ball.
BXOBTB ABO OSCZOIBO OABTB
Yesterday at Panway Park, Boa
ton. Won by Bod Bos, 3 to a.
Pitchers, Mathswaon, Bedlsnt and
Wood.
r.iun.1 lout st the N.w SUr A. ft show on nul
TilewJa)- tiiaht. McCI-eker wss nns of sfi eon
U-tjiitii lu the We im hoist tourrMmenl whl-h
wss sou by Al I'slxrr la tills ettr anrersl mo:il.ls
ssu. Mellloskey deftitcd four men at that show
Eddie Monan. the Eugliah baatamwsliht flalxar
ho Md BMB s great impresalos lu ula flgtit in
eo nta-v or toitoouituor t-i.nl.. it.,.,. ...
Jersey City In s Ixmt st Ma-lianD Square Garden
will be atirru.1 wlLhln tbe neat f -rl; . hnun to
meet Joiinor i..iuion. h t liantainweiaht chamjlou
r Aintn-.i. in . ten runnd n u il.rl... a
In a law weeaa. Morsan baa asnad to meet Onulou
at lltl pouuda rinmide.
Al KaufDMa. who was knocked oat la two
roiiBda by Luther M-iCacty at Ban yranclaoo on
Mat nuturJay afteniooti la tliroiiih with lbs fish:
ing umt lot food, VVhin Kaiifmsn rearbel In.
dressing motn after Wm baula be turned to hla
aemn;la sn.l said : "Wall bore. I tuee fought my
last ftht In the an. oared circle. When aa inai-oe-nrn.-nl
flibter Ilka M.-i-any asa atop Be la two
rounds I am sMUtled that 1 am all la and shJulJ
i 'it tile game.
Jaek fl: 11. i who la ... sa. , .
mid.lieweHbta at praeent. has aimed srU.vTTr
i - at pre
n. for
rim I., re.. .Iu.m. pB.
r.l.e ..me at..! I...I ..l.i. . . . .:.
same aud hard hitting nuuiewemht uf pffla
in. in a ail r.und bout before the Amerlavn
t of I'lti.'-i-wh ..-I Haturlat nirliL
burg
A
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW VOKK-M I.K.MIIM1 TH KATIlKs
FMPIHF " "ay it lOtii St. tlia. atS.16
CIV1I-1IC Mallnee. W il. .v Hat. si -J. IS,
JOHN DREW
in TIIK I'KKri.lCXR!)
-ir. at H.ltS.
st 2 10.
L I t-LUlVI M,u Thura. Be
iwaaaa DM I IC DIIDfC
The Mlnil.
ii".a--lt. uur.ni. ih.-i-i..i a.iri.
rRlTFRlON lTs. th Bt. live, at S.IS.
TANTALIZING TOMMY
HULiSON"w'-'iil st'ut.irway. ll.Tst 8. IS.
"UU"'W"Statlnea Wed and Ait.. J. 16.
Rarsarf I ...in. 1 Bernard Shaw's
noraeri Loratne M. ,nd ut,mmmi
PARK J"11 ''"I- lirei.. sl.a. s.VO. ilaU.
Tr WkI st li. 20. Wed . R at . BOe . t of 1 . B,
Cilflon Crawfnrrl ia 1 " M'""" - net
New AmtterJam ..Kv''tl'ta'
THE COUNT OF LU&MB0URG
LIBtRTYv. ?M "'.i."- "' n.. at s i
- - BMUf
W, ,1 Ar Mtlt ta
M-I-L-E-S-T-O-N-E-S
twvf'wsm.t inn
OH! O il DELPHINE!
Vi.-IC1 I Matlni-ea Wtd, Sat. at (.81
OFFICER 666 ""Wsj0.0"
CLN FURY .'.!'" i" west.
Hsjas MOO t olumbua. sin. a.
Ui&$ I The t-sughlcr o) Heaven
at 2. I H.v 1'irrri 1a.ii soil Jmlii'i ilauue.-
LITTLEi sl
E.eclna.1 at MJ f I If La
WTaiHai.Mala.t.M vu
WALLACES SjfWi'iSP; tit
THE NEW SIN eSSis&isB.
tLl llNall Mai, wvt . jail ;J g ift
WITHIN THE LAW
ELECTRICAL
XPOSITION
and automobile: show
Btuains Ilia raaults of 30 rears al
aldiaou -.in f ta New Voeh.
Now Uratid Central lelaee
Lesl;iSUn s.e. sod etth St.,
Pet S IS. 11 A. M. ta 11 I'. II.
irAIIPMY ui' 4l-'Hlt-'- Ol'B.VlN'tl NK.XT
ALAUC1V1I MONI..W M il. Sot. Now
T(;l'wuTI'HE RED MILL
Mil' ITS'. 2S ' Mr I HMtlRIMI I' Kit M I I 'I I 1 1
JOE WEBER'S VtitfJ&tJFtfP
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN
by . Jt nil Miilfat, MthM f Buutj IMilla T' litrlaa
COLUMBIA VuiBORLESEa'J?;
k.. , Bat. Illoae ill II & Her ITo-day.1V.
Ma i 25. II. i I nnUon ll.-lles 2.V BOe.
Ml IIK.U II I I.I. TIIK V.. ail aJLei- -Mat.Tu-Ua...
loV-.2SV.ailo. s.lBt.2o.;,IIK.I..
StiSTl BON TON i&LS iMJniuua
MAGNATES DEFER
FOGEL CASE tli
NEXTN0VE1ER
Quaker Magnate Must, How
ever, Submit His Charts
Within Five Days.
The National League magnates after
three hours of heated deliberations In
executive session at the Waldorf-Astoria
this afternoon to deride the far
of Horace Kogol, the PhlUdelpflVs, olub
owner, for making ti stutemant that
hasehall was crooktd and tint tbe w-'
Olants win tho Pennant adjourned m
order to allow Mr. Kogel five days to
fir-Kent hln case in writing. fter,e4htt
the Magnates vill ro:tH.-lcr t ie matter,
but win delay aio announeemeat of its
di elslon until Nov. B
All tne clttb owners were In attend
aAct w i: 'ithe . -ept on of 'harass
Murphy of Chlrago, who was represent-I
o i 'ha -lea Rbbeta of Hrooklyn.
.lames Qiffney, the Boston magnate,
held a proxy r tr 8 l--uls. Horace
Kogal Wgg ut the Moating B person to
8 I the music.
The Magnate! went Into executive ses
sion shortly heljie 8 o-10"-k. and for
two hours raided voices could be hvsird
OUtal e ths door, hut not a etatemunt
was foftAeonlng,
It le-i't often that baaehtll umpjras
have it i. opportunity to rejoice, but this
uftertmon was tin except. on for Um
pires O'tsoughlbli Bvans, Hlgier atid
KltMi When tiu-y ttsppsd up to the Na
tional PJttshgll CoMmltslon't office to
recefve their checks for umpiring the
world's series bOtWatn lh- tliants and
Rod Sul.. tfof u.11 the gbUOt on tdS
diamond tliey have b008 snhjrcted to
during the .- as-m from players and
fans these Judgeet of play were reward
ed, when on tyring hunded thtlr checks
It was seen they were made out for
ll.ooo littsead of $750. tho s mount the
Commission Origin ally tlxe-1 as theUr ra
munt ration for otfl--lutlng In the Mg
games.
Chslrman Oatry Herrmann explained
misaio nwas so pleaseil wtt'i tha
the g;t:nes were handled that,
voluntarily Increased their mlary
ll.pnn.
To say the four umpires
plensi-d Is puttlni; it mildly. After he
regalntd his composure Silk O'Lough
lln, dean of Anierlcuii I ittgnil umpires.
In beitelf of his colleague, thanked
the commission for Ha tho-.iffhtfulneets.
Not alone was the commission
pleased with the way the aeries waa
handled. Imt players and fans gave
thelr hearty approval over the umplrea'
work Not a slnglo kick vram regis
tered by a t-'ayer on either team over
a decision, u record for a world's ae
ries. AaiU&bMENTa
IF
You want to know
liow the love of a
fine woman gives a
man nerve when
his enemies whis
per " It ii his turn
now; let ua smash
him" go to the
GARRICK THAENArTRB SEE
JOHN MASON
In the new play hy ths author eat
"THE THIBF1
The Attack
Nlahta, H.20. Wi-d.ASat. Mat.. 2.X
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A s.i i U- m. oaiu i mn anV
Mary UirHlr. n x Cahn.
I'AII.Y MATS.
rOLOMAL
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alti. .;, .Vi.T.V Ai II. Iislli Mat. 20 V BOe.
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NINA I'AVM. V CO.. Ml' Ill.llNUHLI. sj
CO nl,e ll.An,ii.IM,.i, 'ljlti.nds
Man. Tlv Old from M. ... e lnili
nareeaaeri, vastrao rrmi m and o otle
FROClOR'S
fcl'ifillnr
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BF.LASC0
liFDAMrei! PTlllll I'lIK
a a nniTVEia omrvn m-ii.
I REPUBLIC",?1,, Wfa&rFSm
I THE GOVFRNOR's LADi
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in iioiii nor.
AMERICAN ROOF r;, . a.
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BROOKLYN AMUSEMENT8
PAT Mill I I. and tMliNYfc,
II It. II llll lv m id l Sill w
or in W.
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5TH AVE " 1 ' 1 "' Undoes.
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