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NEW-YORK. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15. I911.-F1YE l'AHTS-SIXTV PACKS.
* PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Government in Its Extremity
Recalls to Power Yuan Shi
Ki. Noted Reformer.
FOREIGN SUPPORT NEEDED
Throne Likely to Fall if Unsup?
ported by White Men's Bay?
onets?Nanking Next Ob?
jective of Revolutionists.
; - .'ne $m meagre
? voluminous. Rapid
? f after another
Btlni under the
might be e>]
? ' ' i.-<l by
troop?, who keep the
? ? n India half a century
tli modern arma
. ? ?? ?
ra i- :? systematic
? nt ol i population
? : - ?' I 111 a
? ? ? stu
:: .1 i- honey
?Tanking their strong?
t of n "it in
: n Hhl Kl a o
ty for r?
he em] li he - ?'
trol "i" the
: by Yai
Ihe lie < 'him
and even the valu?*
rtheri lo b?
Ion of th? '
r ofi I mls
.?? ? e the
- nd that th. re is do deliberate
?s not in ?
that the revolutionary move
II as fi
. like the
?r la it s<
Ing Insurrection; it
lera, conducted by leaders in
? ' '
- ?in ii.tir ?
' ? ? ad? r and ?
hristian, takes the hop? -
k ? ir)iam?Mit
??? to fall R? volutlonlsts
m and tl la making desperate
- ? KI 1
!? v. ? ? ' who fir*t
? ? - - army. ?i"i
ng Yuan _ ? ,
'? eoB-naander of
? ? ? - for?es In Bas?
? , . Chi?
. tard? i In?
? k at
u ,J*'*' ??. v? i. that
? ? ?
? ? i
g ? ?
A-nerican Officer Reporta.
William D i ?
. Manila, ?
? ? ding
n ? eh bj para
touiiuu ti ??_ iawtfe fMBoM
BASEBALL "FAKT A SUICIDE
Man Drinks Poison After Dis?
cussing Game with Hotel Guests.
? 'Uhu vi ho ii id ii ?rtstert d sl Ins Co?
lonia] Hotel, a! Eighth avenus snd 126th
' ' ' us I. II Harris 1,1, PHteS Dlfht,
and arho had t.,ik?-d baseball continnally
in tho lobby ,'f th.' hotel, was foni d dead
from carbolic s? Id poisoning abont ;
s last night by ri chambermaid.
Alongside his body vvopo an empty phial
tli.it had contained tho polSOB arid tho
????v. r ,,f | snail memorandum i.k
bearing on th.' Inside sn identification
form, nn which aras written tho name
'? H Harria twenty-four years old,
1025 Tiffany street The Bronx; in rase
'i accident notify lira M u Harris,
treet The Bronx."
John Tonjea one of the proprietors <>t
?tel, obtained permission trun. Cor?
oner Holtshauser to remove the liody af
Hi rrla, and it was taken t.. ti.? west
; '-:',,: . ?lies Biatlon. Tonjea mid
1 that Harris had talked of nothing save
??ill at tho hotel, snd had, he
^ thought, gone to the gams yesterday af?
LONE "FAN" GREETS LOSERS
He Waits Four Hours to See
; \\it 11
pi?- "fan." who had ?raited at the Ninth
i?l|>liia stat ? than four hours
to steel i,:, ,.. the tthletl, i an Ived horn?
from the Polo Qroui ? k to
With B smile Coi ? I? Macfc said:
"I am not sa; lag a s
te>d tu hav?i i? [
lock, but th- all | ?
? inkniK no chan ?? s, and skipped
supper, he said, to i,^ on hand. When th?
train I krrived th< at I
?' th? long platform, and aa th?
? d by he caught a glimpse of the fa
I '. ,\ ? With a
equalled II ? nglne'a
shrill whistle, he sprinted besld? the ? ;ir
; until it In??) ;,lii)..-t ?topped, and tl
dragged Oklrtng from
his anxiety to have th? honor of ?carrying
nie Mack, dreased entirel
.1 hU< ,
last to leeve th? train.
ARREST 3 YALE FRESHIES
Say Students Burned Bridges
and Wrecked Trolley Cars.
N H.i. ? -i. < ?? i. 11. T! in ?? Ysle
men, Hoi ? r A. Phelps, Hora? ?? < '.
. ?ury and Horac? R Pott? r, all be
? i to be from New York <'ity, wert
? irly this morning, charged with
ra In an alts r of vandal
.? in Hillhouse ave
Te ?, bridi ? ' ? he railroad cul
? ral trolley cara s ere
?,, r"ck''i and red dangei lights along tho
streets were stolen.
The Pire I '? partaient had a dll
t th flam? s, which had
gain? u lni.i h headway large
? ros? r* hi d I ? n ? oured
the bridges before th? Ores were
tOr Chlttend? n of the Sheffield
ntlflc School, the denautment In
which the tri', are enrolled, said to-nif?ht
thai ;i thorough Investigation had 1,,-en
? i. in th?' police court to-day the
cases '?.'? continued until Wednesday.
thai the matt? r will ),e
sht t., tho notice of the faculty un
Monday und left with them t?. dii
ti? offenders and punish them.
"SOPHS" GILD FRESHMAN
Strap Him on Couch in Sun to
Allow Coating- to Dry.
11!\ ph to Th?
Huntington, W. \'a , <>ct. 14. There la
inhappy student In the Marshall
i College here to da] He en at
work nearly all the afternoon, and his
task has been a laborious one he has
heeii trying to scrub off his resemblance
t,, s golden Image, festerday hs was
read) to tak? his bath In the dormit ?ry
when ?i number of sophomores whose
? he had In it? d, entered the
room \-r : dumping a bottle of liquid
p?t Into tl I ?'????ko<i the
freshman Bev<sts.l timen Then they
strap] ? ,ung uian on a ? ouch in
? i the shining coat to
Wl, . - ?ed ovei ').? affah
peclally when he takes a look at his
glimm f- he takes the punish?
ment K"<"1 naturedly. Vengeance, n??
aaya ?vlll be forthcoming when the op?
portunity presents Itself.
DIES IN DENTIST'S CHAIR
Fear of Having Tooth Pulled
Fatal to Philadelphia Woman.
? ? .? i
Philadelphia, ? ?ci 14. - .used
ine death, this afternoon, i f Laurs
T,,.,, n? r. , twent old, oi So
South lath street, while ah?
? . f a denl
,??.-. Th? young woman requested
the dentist to remove a large tooth, snd
t,!,., to eivo her something t.,
,,?],.v ? ,t. rh. pain of the operation
The dentist Inject? s small quantit)
,,f co< alnc Into tho gumi snd, j
up ins forceps, sppr? ??? had tl ? path 11,
uii,, gased at u,?' gleaming
n,,tn , horror. 'iu-s!
about i" request her t?> op? n h? r .ith
Bhe gave ? sllghl gasp snd rah
Hecomli k ? larm? ? at the ?!? athllke
pallor of 1"* patient, the dentist called
ft physician, who was passing th? house
Tho latter pronounced the
hen sIk saw the d?
a] proa? hing._
BLAINE ELKINS SOUGHT
Colorado Police Puzzled by Man
Giving That Name.
. , ? n i
main?! Kikins aon of the late Senator from
.:?!..- Tins cpn ? ? local
department la trying to answer, and
',' |tt effort to do i-.. f legreph vm.
' I man claiming to
awns, cerno to
, and nn' ii lusaer the
'"?'i,...i ?quoi il nes Placad In roa
. Pan "t ?
. .,?, s uH,,..,. of Fort Worth.
??L" He'was folni to CaUfornls, h?
1ull..,, ,? irehed ,? i ?: ? headquarters II
^discovered th raaa had IV?ta ?H
alued at **tt I
ILl!1-' ???' ?
THE MAN WHO MADE NEW FORK SMILE.
? llltiKTOPIIKR MAI IILW BOX.
Who pitched the Giants to rlctory ovar th? Athletics.
WOMAN DIED A MARTYR
Dr. Montufar Lays Death of Sis?
ter to Guatemalan Politics.
COULDN'T LEAVE COUNTRY
'Young Woman Came to New
York Too Late for Success?
Mer ? del Montufar, da lighter "f
l>r. Lorenzo Montufar, <>f <luat? ?
one of the moat prominent of ? '? ?
'."in statesmen, died ai tho Flower
Hospital yesterday following an ?
ti.'Ti. and Hi- statement u.-i< mad? h
h? r brol hei. Di Rafael Montufar, "r
Ridge?.I, N. J., thai h? r death was
the political pi rs? ? itlon
of hia family by th? go*, ernmeni ?f
11st rada Ohbr? ra ol <:
The storj told bj Dr. M? thai I
when he was In Guatemala City and)
wanted to bring hia slater to New fork
for an operation for can? i r of the atom
a? li he was r< strained from lea*, h .
country through the enmii I gov?
ernment toward hia family, although II
waa a matter ol life and death and was
Imperative thai 1er be taken north
moment The delaj I
rj |n ?." tting Miss Montufai to Hum
? r treatm? nt, said her brotl ? i
] aponslble for her death, and he
the opinion thai if she had come here In
time li? r life could have been saved. Aa
it was, the enforced ?'?..?'? had given th?
nee to make iu? b progresa
t j ,,t hei re? ot? <?? ? actl? allj Imp?t ?
Miss Moi ??? waa thirl
ycara old, arrived here \ Ith hei brother
and his a lie aboul three week
< ; tat?mala i ?ty. si)'- waa placed und? r
the professional care ol Di K Ou?
Rnnkln, of No. _-'? Weal RDth
??bout J ? ? . ? waa .?? n
to Flower Hospital. Dr. Rafa? 1 Montu?
i ho la a
ti :,t ; ? rj th? d< ?'li ?i hia
? . the mental and physical auf? j
fei Ing i" a hi? li ? he a aa subj? ?
the ? luatemalan k"\ ernm? ? I TI
prominent In the lo ;ii
ah-Amei I? an society. Misa Montu?
? ii be burled in ? li? I C? me?
i t. !,'?;( aso Moni ifar, fath?
11? tun of pollti? al i- raeuutlon
at on? time ? lu it< malan II
w aahlngton, a/here hi be i ae
i ; ii. tin?. He also t? p?
ountrj in .1 diplomat!?!
? padtj la several i. r? pean countrlea
H? regarded : i , rort mo i
' - and orator In ( '? ntr il Am? 11? a,
?STARVING ?SHIPLOAD IN PORT
Schoonor from Alaska Disablnl When
Oft Cape Flattrry.
Wash "i ii -i .
' ' Nome and
''?'i- -i. with mon
on board ?tarvina
.?i"" LI. ? up :
nt.-", when th?
DEWEVS SUPERIOR PORT WINE.
li T. Dearvj & Sins ?"?j.. 1SI Pulton ;i , \.y
TOBACCO PLAN CREATES
American to Restore Factories to
P. Lorillard, Liggett & Myers
and R. J. Reynolds Co.'s.
THE COST. $22,000,000
Five Accessory and Many Other
?Subsidiary Companies To
Be Made Separate by
plan for l e dissolution "?' the
Am? r m '!'?.>?:. " ? tampan). v. hlch will
:? -I in the Unit? d Htai
????Hit to-morrow, it is expected, a ?
mad? public laal nlghl '?-. counael for
? ?? compati . folio .!.. th? publl
ni' "in? "i -. -i statt menl - aa i" the gen
? ?ai purporl "i ti" document a ?tate?
men! t.. thai ? ?T? 't w .is ia is) night
b i >< i. ?. ? Kicoll, and accompanied ?i
a entitled ' TI ? I ?la
i atlon of th? Toba? i u Combina?
tion." 'i i . pamptil? ' d< acrlbed the pro
? ???? < '.pai - .
- ?lomentl? - on?
to lx divld? ?! Into r.";r companl? a.
i... m,. m III hare ;i '"iii! oiling In?
n the 1 line ia TI i four
? ih< \im??'. li an Tobacco I !om<
, i ' impan) (to Im ?
i | [0 |
?i: i Ri?j n?Ma Toi a? i " ? 'om
rpoi si Ion)
The Divmon of Business.
? . i it loti i - accomplished
olum? si ?! valu? of th?
f tobai co h.
?:? ?! hi tw? en th? fout i un
- .- ; i i
1 ? . ' - in S3
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IS.o? i:, i-?
Il :'i 17,
v . n.so
1 * i H
?? ? ? -, . i
-, ? ??,
dlMnt? ..i atlon i brought .? out by
.i Un? pi.Ttj of the
American Toha? ??>? fompai ting of
i ,, iui ? id ? ipltal
: ? , ? .
'?' ? ?- Pompan)
- ' ompanj foi i .?- h .,n?i
. r the i?.. v. nd? ? ? ompanl? i, ,.i?t
to the ? urn mon ctoclt hold
rrs of Hi? vu ? .nipsny th
two-tl rd ??' Ihe ai " It "i the R I I
, i,i-. Tot?a(?ii ? "ini'.niN noo tamed bj th?
Capitalizado i of Compinm.
II tllaatl.I IN LffffStl .V M>rra
1 "iilliiuru ?ii llni'l I'.'k?.
REVEAL NEW AIRCRAF
Glider Comes Forth from Work?
shop of the Wrights.
LACK OF WIND BALKS TRIAL
Latest Flyer, Model of Lightness,
Planned to Conquer the Wind
?Weighs Only 145 Pounds.
Kitty Hawk. X. ?'.. Hit 14. With the
assembling to-day <>t the Wright broth?
I ers' latest development in ths science ??f
aviation, spectators were giren their first
vi.-w of the new Hying device which is
tu be used by ths famous seroplane In
v? ut? rs in the solution of the problem of
lined Might with minimum power.
The u? w glkler, as the Wrights call it,
differs only slightly In form from ihe
In, no* in use by them, and is not
a I ? 11 z '. : ? til shaped affair, as has been '
. port? d. It la much lighter than an
' h.m- us,-,! by th?' Wrights, weighing
only about une hundred and forty-flvo
There was no! nough wind to-day to
fly the new aeroplane t'r?.tn Kill Devil
' inns, und th" rival flight is ? \i??? t??i t.,
place next Monday, as the Wrights
! insist upon observing the Sabbath.
When the ?ans ,,t the machine were
assembled to-da) us appearance bore
II ut the statement of Orvll?e Wright
thai it was intended merel; sa a glider.
it i- a hl| lane, the planea measuring
32 feel a, rosi from tip t?> Up snd ?"?'?.'
f.-.-t In breadth. *?Yom upper t., lower
plane there la a apace of .*>'- feet The
nee glider is lupported on skills nine
inchns high. < m the foi ?vsrd edge of
til?- lower plans Is a single Bent for ths
opt tat. r, in? provision being mad, for
a pa ngei Tho ?control i?-vera are
nged the same as th.- power-driven
machines There la a double rear ver?
tical rudder Slid S horizontal tall plane.
exact I) like th? power aeroplanea ex?
cept thai the tall frame Is snorter snd
One noticeable change In ths glider Is
ths lifting curvs "i ths main plan?. Thla
which runs from ths entering
,',i<,. to th? reai of the plane, Is Batter
than ths old at) !<?.
There Is t," sppan nl reason s h I ?
glider should i,"t be able to travel s con?
siderable distance in s ?-tirr wind, ami it
la believed that II ? in be ?-asi r to con?
trol than any nuu bins now in usa.
FOUR DAYS IN FOLDING BED
Elderly Woman Dying When Her
Predicament Ih Discovered.
I ? |.K'.?l'li ' ; . ? |
Wilmington, I?-i . Oct. it Mlaa Man
Klisabet h < ?rehar?, ser? nt) | sa
Kenton, Dat., win rue as th? resuli of a
I ,,'i. .-i . Id?, i si,.' a as found to-da)
. iug t m ii folding i" .1 in i -i i ' m?-. Bhs
n .? pi leonei four da) s ? nd ntghta
and ws m ?> dying condition. T? night
hi I I? "V ? rj is iilrlk? I]
Although w-ii tu do, sh?* llvi ?I
\\ i.ih- MtUng ..u the ?edge ol the collapslbls
bed u gav? araj ued? i her weight Hin
bream? entangled la the bed clothing and
not ru-, herself. Finally the i" ii
t.,.1 vi ,'ak to ? Btrlcsta her?
... tu n v fer help T? daj n? Ighbora
i who bad missed i i broke Into the house
,i,i,i dteeoveted her a captiva Sha had
been parslyasd it b?.r ?Aranga Inaprtsoa
i in- nl.
'GIANTS WIN BY 2 TO 1
FIRST WORLD'S GAME
Matty and Bender Fight Out Slashing Pitchers'
Battle and Error by Collins Turns
Tide Against Philadelphia.
FORTY THOUSAND SEE BATTLE
Connie Mack's Men Score First Run, but Home Team
Comes from Behind to Capture Sizzling Struggle?
Bender Strikes Out Eleven Players?Crowd
Howls Its Delight When Meyers
Scores the Winning Run.
a "fan" rooted so energetically for?
the winning run at the game between
the ?Hants ami Athletics at the Polo!
Q-rouads yesterday that he sprained his
ankle, a little while before his vota had ;
gone back on him. Mm, aa he himself
pointed ?.m while being assisted off the ,
Held after the gama, such a run In such
a tram?- was cheep at anything i^ss than
a broken leg. Whatever the skeptical
may think of this, it should not be for- :
gotten that the estimate was furnished
by the baseball enthusiast who owned
the injured ankle and that. Instead of
repining;, he rejoiced. ?j
There was s record baseball crowd ?it
the Polo Grounds of 38,281 paid admis?
alona, Tin-re were ?.000 m?pn and boyg
i? i- lu ?i on ?'oogan'a Bluff and on the
viaduct. All the way around from Eighth
avenue to the Bpeedwaj entrance t?i the
Stadium tln-re -.ver?- Other "tans" who
for Ananctal or other reasons could not
get insi.ie. Must "f those on Coogan's
1-. lufr could only see a flelder'a ledj now
und then. Their view of the game VII
moat fragmentary. Thai they knew in?
stantly when the ?Hants needed sympa?
thy, when tie Qianta i;-'I the score anil
when their idols scored the winning;
?anter t" hum. plate was audibly ap?
parent. How they could piece together
their Intermittent opportunltlea tu aee
I flashing spots in the clay without losing
'the thread of events, onlj they can ca?
Stamped in Many Memories.
Among all these more than fifty thou
'.liid fans" what one ?an ever I
such a daj '.' Borne among th. Phtladel?
i lita contingent may hope for time t<>
?Mininlsh the Intensity of their reeollee
Uoa of the beautiful contest Mm for
that vast army of ?liant deVOtet
terday was a perfect ?lay with an aft?-r
rioon [loaaoaalng fleeting momenta? for
evermore things apart to Ihetn. that
brought with them ? meentr?t?d ecstacy
enough to counteract the sorrows of
There have been other times at the
Polo Orounda Then have been ball
games In other cities that have oeen re?
splendent and filled with Joy. But did
the sklea ever before echo such swelling
aounda, eapreaalni In rarioua ways the
?ame hot hopes, the same palpitating af?
fection for the piaseis on the home team
and th? sain?- sportsmanlike considera?
tion and regard for the visitors as
bombarded time after time the vaulted
dome above the scene of yesterday's Ma?
Try to picture ?t you few who were
not there. The day might have been an
early one in Mas. The ggy was cloud
lesa The sun shone with just enough
warmth t> tnake light wraps comfort?
able, with sufhVient trength t" ?ast
shadows of the players on tje ground,
and even these shado' . II they were
thrown by the mighty Matt) or, for that
?matter, any other member of the ?liant
team, were treated tenderly hy the muir
Matutinal "Fans" in Bleachers.
The bleachera were filled two hours
before the game began Thouaanda oc?
cupied these seats ?-- soon after D o'clock
an th. gates'were thrown open as
they could scramble int.. them. At 1
o'clock, an hour before the game was to
| begin, th?- < in i., the tier upon ti> r of
humanity was complete. Of every rank,
of every as.-, of every profession, the
world's great and small, wealth] and
otherwise, the college professor and I a
day laborer, repr? aentlng all thai la moat
celebrated and unknown these t" the
number -?f thirty-nine thousand or so
sat waiting for the ftrst ball t?? be pro
iected t.'W.ini the plate, ?ill
late.i themselves on being able to be
present, therefore all were happy. I
I thouaand happj persona apt iking In
i round numbei s mingled tog? th?
I such ;? perfect daj creat? an atmosphen
? hard i" duplicate or describe, These
thouaanda talked, goaafpad ol th. ?
I tlve prowess of the members of the >>p
poslng '???im-, clung to their score
amokedj ate peanuts and were young
At 12:45 o'clo Uhletlci i slked
the Held, wearing 'l.trk blue
uweaUrs and trousers of a dusty grn)
Thi wer.rdlall) < m ? ?red
walked slowly, and the grounds
i.ut the cbeeim- was kepi up for
th? time required for them t<< rt a? h I
The applauae waa fust settling down
Into .? hum? when all eyea were ??
turned toward the southeast, *and, coin?
?,ii J t.. the nois? that now broke forth,
what had before seemed cheering
i rove i i" liave been as the murmur <>i ?
1 brook. The Giants were dashing toward
! tie ii i ' n? h as fast tu their \*. hue
stocklugod toga could carry them W?i
it Indicativa of the spaed ol the two
t'.iins. wondered the forty thousand,
that the AthWtl ?a walk?-., with dell
tion ahd Um Qianta loped with all their
might ' Thoaa nol from the Quaker Ctt)
drei L?oaafort In the thought Anyway,
it park seemed *to rock and rock again
w itii the i??' u "t applauae.
It was ?|\n. kiv noticed that the ? :
arore aulta ud Mack broadcloth, except
f.,r h.its of white and tlu-ii stockings.
M> many hop? ful sp? i tatOI I thla M
l ??oilnurd on tenth um?-.
Fads About Big
ftew >ork oaseta <.??f?-ut.?.i tas HaBsaial?
pliia Itbarttra ka a sesea <?f -' ?" ' in "Pin?
ina; gsasa f?,r ?reatara aaaaaasaS HasaBSSon?
Total phIiI ntl-nduiir?'. :i?.:H| p?r?on?:
actual Btteaesuaee, ?bout l<l,0<?ll; liirliiilln?
rawed sa r?sossei*a BSeaT, akeasl 88488,
ratai ifl???? r?-? riiit?. 077.888, im;i,I.' llll nf
.(.in Baaea M S*.'. M: BJBS8 ?rat. al Si?. <nr
aggjsSi 14,811 -.u? ,i pt, ?f asafkM, mul
I8J8S Maas bes ?sals ?t II.
! Ihr ri-? ilpls nf |tl,JSS iirr,- i|iinl,rl a?
riH.Tt-r?. BB p?T rrnl .. MI.1T8 Sf
t lull?, mi prr reas ::>i ? Il
National < <i,i,mi??nii,, I?? per ..'tu ',.'M '"'
Sei ?uni ?sasaa in ?salas ta sa stared in
Tho ? liants won, and forty tho
frantic members of tl e gigantic ban
fatniiv gather? ?l around the diamond ti? ,?
Bide and saw the greatest pH
ever stepped Into ths bos ths Incom?
parable Mathewson lend his team la
victory over the Pbtledelphia Athl ties
in the first game of the world's baseball
snii's at th?- Polo Grounds ? ? it?
afternoon. With Hender, the m
pewa Indian, aa his opponent, th.?
Idol of New Fork bandied the
leather covered sphere with such dell
pre? Ision I . akera thank? ?>. ? ?
.tars that th.-j- vv,r.- BSVed the IllimiU?
i atlon of ., ahuc-out, snd walked off th?
ii? id, losera by a score of - to 1.
ir sras ? battl? of rnaal
fought "ii the historie (laid, if B
pitch? 'I a better gams In hi
i? or. if Mathews n v?as.',,-i ir,"!? invln
cible, many sBoient followers of ma
game a*ould uk?? to have the
; pointed "irt. >?'? thi tiling
sti ikk'i" ''?"?ill cbooss sad pl< i
j tho two.
t Luck broke s II h x? a? Foi ;. On?
th error, coupled with some ??aririL
running, enabled McQraw'a n
In ths Fourth ?..:...,^. and th. i
rs and litt:. Josh itevore la the
seventh, snd the w .. was tal?
Darinq Play Made a Run.
Eddie ' ? t ?.ri I
baseman of th" v i - ; t ? ? i : New
York to v Ictory. wit!. Snodgrs i
s,-< ?ind and two out In the fourth Inning,
^'??iiins fumbled Hersoga grounder, glv
? ' he shre? i
! and experlen? i ?1 old Arthur Devlin,
j whom McGrs a t to ? ??;,? i, .. i
i third, however, motioned Bn
| attempt t?? si ore AJtha igh be had th >
, I.ill in his hands, Eddl? was Bu tn :? i
?taken back ami astounded at t e daring
of tl," ? hesitated befi : .
[whipped tl,-- ball t.? Thomas, J .st a frae
tii'ti ??; a -'?? ond too late t" .up Fred."
v : inted heat i
tin? tiial game ol ti,.- .-?? la-s.
Nearly every nook and crannj m the
; great stand Except I r i
ifew seats behind a post m right Held
'tho bleachers ware packed i>y 11 ?>)
? ? ' lock in the morning. Bora? I
.??I ail night t" get a favorite I i
by daybreak thousands were in Une. Th i
big crowd was admirably handled ami
n?. disordi ? -u w hen the
were opened at 8 "'? '?" u. Th? first
did ii"t begin t" nil tn-- ? ? i
s p.,, arrived later m the daj found
? . v.u. u ?ras a long wall be?
fore th" gam? began, but the thn.rii.-4
mail" merry with the photogra
. iged ami anxioua t>>
? , ?
'l" holders ? i' reeervatlona showed
? ?n in an Ivlng tl I
o'clo? -' idlum Sid not
iiring the sr
- .i. th*
s in flndl
k roll? ?i ground
1 ? ? tlonal < "inn. I
room tl? ??
Ig, id th crowd v... ild i"iv ? Ij
?i ? 'l
Overflow on Cocean'., B...H.
\ resull ? ? t?
?.., i.- held mi ' '?
? as af
a player could i.Man H isands
at vv! .' ;
?pi,.. th.- held ii
I ? in i ruht Held a as ? ?? i
?? .1 "Pol vv it?I. '
T . a man, be I I. the Athl tl
spondt ii t ' theli i ? !
i adv.?m-.i bravely, uufiiitu
marl) ini ?*'? ?joimtr?.
i;,i,ii. led the advance aniavrd, arhua
H ,,, j Baker ind Rub Oldring
,,,,,.,, ?j, s, ?,,i . i"V? r (lank mov< m< nta,
Tall, gaunt -'i"1 htvgfauril, wearing a
and t thrown ovar
,r,;1, stalk? 'i Connl? Mack at ti o
. nd of the proi ? - Ion He had purposa ?
I itat, 'i- d hiiusilr there t?, Ki'aid
.,.,,,,,vt ? ;. an.uk fi 'in the i '
? ..i .u Isonod m the
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