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GIANTS ANO SOX REST
| Spend a Day in Idleness Pre
paratory to World's Series.
SEATS GO ON SALE TO-DAY
McOraw Has Some Home Run
Hitters Who May Turn
With the regular tseaaon ended. the New
Tork CJIants and Boaton Red Sox, who
will begin a de.-pcrate atrupsle for the
world's champlonahlp to-morrow, reated
from their lahors yesterday. The playera
arera glad to have a llttle vacntlon before
undertakrng the strenuoua task which
llea before them thla week.
After their laat game wlth the Phila?
delphia Athletlca the Red Sox took the
traln for Boston, pasalng through thls
clty on Saturday evening. They will have
a ahort work-out at their own park to?
day, before makliiK the trlp back to NeW
York. where they will arrive thla evenlng,
ln order to get n good nb'ht's rest prc
pai atory to the invasion of the Polo
Giounds. All the playera are ln gooc*
condltlon, with the exceptlon of J.nrry
Gardner. The brilllant thlrd baseman.
however. Judglng by hls work ln the wni'
on Saturday, has not 8uffered from hls
lay-off of two weeks, and will be readv
to guard the far statlon when the umpir>
ahouta "Play ball!" In tbe flrst game of
the big aerlea.
Thla afternoon nt the Polo GrO-nd
there will be an Invltation gaUM between
Tlcked nlnes of the Olants and Yankees
for the benent of the sallors of the fleet.
TMcGraw will use all of his regulara for i
few innlngs, so that they will be rlght or
edge for the olg fray.
The four thouaand reserved seats f r
the games will be put on aale at the
Polo grounda thla morning. Not more
than two tickets wi'' be sold to each
appllcant. The tickets for each game
of thci aerlea viill be aold at sepa?
rate bootha. lf there ahould be no
thlrd game ln New York the money wll
be refunded to the purchasers. To-mor?
row morning the gatea of the Immense
atadlum will he thrown open to the flrst
thlrty thouaand '?fans" who appear on
th" scene. and It la expected that the
eholce plaees will be grabbed up long be?
fore noon. ae none of the aeats ln the
lower grandstand or bleachera are re
eerved. Although the lines will be formed
at mldnight to-nlght by the lmpatlent
"fans." who are determlned tn get a
Be-at. It ls doubtful whether the flrst rusb
?f apeetaton will come anrwherc near
fll'iii.' the stands. and the more lelsure
ly rooters who wlU drlft toward <'oos*an's
Bluff up to noontlme will be aceommo
Who will be the hero of the aerlea forma
en tntTcstlng toplc for epeculation.
Every post-season aet of gani*-a in the
past has had Its star. In 190"; it was
Dlneen. a pltchej- of th? Red Sox, now
an umpire cf the National l-rague, who
defeated the Pirates three times. "Matty"
was the man of the hour in 1905. George
Rohe. a practlcally unknown player,
made two timely triples in 19"6. enahling
the White Sox to defeat the (Tuba, whlle
Joe Tinker ran Rohe a elos* race for
honors by hlfl great defenslve work.
Johnny KUng. of the Cubs. broke up the
Detrolt hit-and-run comhination ln 3907,
taking the stcam out of the Tigers' at?
tack, whlle Frank Chance In 1908 made
aeventeen hits ln twenty-one tlmea at bat.
"Ilabe" Adams. of the Pirates, who beat
Detrolt three times in 1909, earned the
laurels. whlle Eddla .'ol'.ins in 1910 and
yVanklin Baker last season were dubbed
The Qlanta harbor some home run hit?
ters who may do the Baker act in the
comlng series. They have made forty-slx
home runs thls year. many of the clrcult
clouta winning garnen. The Giants have
done the best batting against the beat
pltthers, falling down ag.dnst poorer
twlrlers, and thereby earning their repu
tation for inconaiatency. Rucker, Alex
ander, Seaton. Camnitz. Tj'Ur and Sallee
have all felt the atlng of their t^rnilc
Arthur Wilson haa hit for the grand
tour thrice tl.it* aeason, and every time
he has done so hia clout has meant a New
York victory. On Apri) -0 Wilson made a
foui-bagg-r off "Nap" Rucker in the
nlnth mning and changed thfl asp-ct of
the cont'-st. Oa July 1 he came to the bat
against Tyb r. jf Boston, with the baaea
fllled, and cleared them, driving the ball
?Ut of the lot. On September il New York
won OVet Brooklyn, 7 to 2, the Glants
having tallied twice in the flrat inning
and havintf two men on the hassueks
when it was Wllaon'a turn to bat. He hit
for the circuit and gave the MeOraWttea
a margin that aaaured victory.
Fretty nearly every home run made by
a Giant thla Bflfl-BBO has been manulaci
ured at the rlght momeut. Larry Doyle
and Fred Merkle have been patrtleularll
fluccessful la makins homc-rs thla yaai -
The recorda show that each man lias
?m_i.de ten and that thoy haVfl made their
Clrtull drives olT tofBOtCh twlrltrs, loo
nien like Abxander, "Smp" Rucker, Ar?
thur Kromme, Jimmy i-ivender and
George Krank'ln flUggn. Bcals Becher
and "Chlef" Meyeis aacb have made six
hom.re this year. and Johnny -lurruy,
Jr red onodgiass aml Arthur Wilson each
three. litrzog and DeVOfB, each v.iui
two, and Fletcher, with one, complete th.
llat of th. Giants' laaniifartnrera ot fee_>
Below will be found a llat of the home
runa made by McGiaw'a players this yaai
and liilormati-h flhOWiQg aa well that
niost of the bftta h_>. Im bb nadfl at tne
Mtrki. lo -AprU in. off Kucker, Braoklyn;
_la> -. off Al.-auutl, 1 -lia-.elUlua, June ...
oa _no-n, lioeiou, j_i) i. uu tytor, _?___n
(--ii belng dllvili i.Mi lefl BflM Wfl_l at Co.0
Grounu-. wM ot Ott loaeeai i.o. oa raoarfl at
that iiai'i'. Auguat J, ot. Krauune, Cineiiiaatl
tiwoi, itiuntb taoat tnis _a_M, - to _. Uemci
also m__ing _ tour ba__w>i Auguxi _4, off
jLdam*. iiii'-urgii iUi_au> won tala game, _
I. _. Ali-rKit drniiii* in all t.'.-: ruiix m;h tht
?u-cuit cloatji eewtambet b, "tt Al?_a_?*r,
pinlaUeip-ii", Beptembot *>, oft Ftaaecaa, Phlla
flelpht*. B-ptflOlOei 1-, oft l_i*,eiider, Chlcago.
L>cil. l'> Mrt\ 1. off Se_lon, rhil__eij.iii_,
May ii. oh <oi?. i iUaaao; ">i?* -?'?. off .-t-.-.,
Soflfclyn; Ma> -i ofl Unataer, brookiyo, June
t, oft l lunimi', i in-iniiaLii Jun.- 14, ofl i'-ni
tilU. I'ltt?biir_h, June _0. .rt Doniiollj, Uoa
ton. JtMM bb, '.!' Hi."Mi. iJoKton, Au^u*! 1, ofl
-.uff*. dncinaatl; B-pt-mber -, ?tr Far-ue,
Boston ttlila hii fla-.e the (ilania thr ci.
?vcr the iiravea, 5 to 1', tfie ?aiii<- Irflfltlag
Meyers & Aprll 17. off liroun, Koaton. M..\
16, off c. _mn!t_, I'lttaburgh, May 31, off Whhv
at. i_>ui?. J|.?? 3. off BaUee. Bt, lyn*. (three
m?_ arera ua th? bat.**-i ahea the Chlef ina.ie
tbia houi'r -n<i it brokfl up tha hatUa); June
10. off l;l< nle. .'liKHgo. June ".T, ofl Itrenniin.
Pliilaclelpiiia (the Ulanta won n.ia gamt, 4 to
g, but they <ll?l BBI ha\e u oeaatfll untll thfl
Chlef atruck thla t'llln-c blow, two DBflfl belng
on i._*.t-c ai ihfl tlme and tlu- innlng brlng
goclror 1 July -. off Harger, Brooklyn;
July -4. ott Kroiiunt. <'inciniiatl, Auguat J, off
y*roinm?-, < in.lnnatl (thla hit gav? UM .iianta
tbe game. i; Ifl -?; Auguat 10, off Kteele, St.
I-juIb it-.l*- hit, made In (ho tliat inniiii;, wlth
? man on han- ileelded the gnme In the <;i_nte'
fmvori goptember .'.. "ff s< hultz. PhUadelphia;
geraenihei l", '.ff s?ll?.e. Bt Ix.uia.
Murray ?'! June 10, ott IU. 1>I<*. Chlcago; July
J0 off la coart rr Chlcaao; Beptemhei 21, ..ff
Ca'mnitx. I'lttaburgh .tbe 'ilania won Ihll
gflinr, _ to I, Murray'e bonUN* nl'-iiig them tht
VnodBf-M -8 -June I. off Willla. St. I^uls;
laly 2 off Dlcka.ii.. l?>*ton; H^ptember 5. off
Al.___-?r PhllacJalphla. The Clanta won thln
**?_? 4 to 2. hut they had not croa??d the
JAKE STAHL WRITES HOME1
Confident of Victory in Letter
to Folks at Elkhart.
|By Telegraph to The Trlbune. 1
Klkhart, III.. Oct. 6.-Jake Stahl, man?
ager of the Hoaton Red Sox. has wrltton
back to the folks at home hla lmpresslons
on the comlng world's series wlth the
Giants. Although not grnerally known.
Jake was born at Elkhart, Logan County,
111., thirty-two years ago. and hls mes?
sage to the home folks appeared in the
current lssue of a local poper. The letter
rr-ads aB followa:
"You ask me to write my ldeas about
tbe games between the Red Sox and the
Glanta. I wlll begin by giving you the
reason why we won the American Iaeagu.
pennant. The reasons are: Flrst- Ba*
cause every man on the Boston team was
after lt from the start. Second?Because
our team work ls perfect. No mnn ls for
hlmself; every man ia for the team flrst.
last and all ^he tlme. Thlrd?Because we
have the best team in the American
Jx-ague and, I thlnk. the best aggreKiition
of baseball players ever gotten together.
The 'fan_ may thlnk that, havlng th>
best men, the rest ls easy, but every
baseball manager understands how far
fcood fellowshlp ln a club wlll help tow?
ard making pennant winners.
"I am in full sympathy wlth every
one of the boys, and they have always
treated me like one of themselves. All
through the heat of the .eason our con?
ferencea have been heart-to-heart talks.
Kvery man has glven me the best service
he could give to any manager ln the busl?
"Don't forget one thlng: No one man
on the Boston team won the American
I.eague pennant. lt was won by the Bos?
ton baseball team. Of course. Joe Wood
holds the record for pltchlng ln the Amer?
ican I.eague, but lf hls support had not
been as good as his pltchlng he would
not have establlshed the splendld record
"Boma people may say that our out
fleld .8 without a flaw. an-1 that we shall
depend upon Speaker. Hooper and laewis
to beat the Giants. Others may polnt to
our batting averages when they dtscuss
the probablllty of winning the world's
Berlea, but 1 depend upon the Red Sox's
ability to play ball from the tlme the
umplre calls 'play' until the Berles ends.
"Every man on the team has played hla
poeltion not only wlth credlt, but wlth
honor, and unless somethlng happens
whlch we are not expectlng every c>n>- <>f
the twenty-two wlll be tit and ready for
the game of his life when we etit.r the
"We shall go for the world's champions
pennant wlth the same determlnatiuu and
elngle purpose wlth whlch we cuptured
the American I.-ague pennant, and if
past performances count for anything 1
am sure we wlll have two pennants, in
atead of one, flylnt? over our dubboaa.
neat sprlng?at least, the Giants wlll bave
to _o harder even than they have been
going thls year lf they hope to pull down
the big streamer."
JOHWSTONE DEF1ES LYNCH
Umpire Comes to Fogel's Res
cue in Intercity Series.
[By Tele^raph to The Trlbune.)
Phlladelphla. Oct. 6.?In aooaptlog tha
offer made by President Fogel to orflclate
tw umplre in the series between tha Ath?
letics and Phillies whlch Btarts In thls
clty to-day, Jlm Johnatone has deded
Preaident l.ynch of the Natlonal l.eaK ia.
Johnatone haa consented to be on hand ut
the offlclal from the Natlonal League, d>
spite the recent announcement by laynch
that ho dld not dealre an arblter from the
older league to take part ln the serlea.
Johnatone Ib aware of the dlfflculties
over umplres between I.ynch and Fogel,
but announced that bla contract as a
Natlonal Iaeague umplre explred with the
close of the season and that be la at llb?
erty to appear here.
TROTTERS OUT IN NUMBERS
Fall Season Opens on Speedway
Before Big Crowd.
The fall season at the Speedway is 474*1
uncler way, and yesterday afternoon the
lnrgest crowd that has gathered at the
drive ln many months ndtneaoed the rar
lng. Two racea which were rmt en tha
card brought out a couple of old Speedway
favorites which every one was glad tO
w.-lcopie They were Nathan Straus, wlth
Denver, and James A. Murphy, wlth Coasl
Marie. )|r. Ktraun dld not enter hia
handsorr.e ttotter in the contest.. but he
drove him an exhlbltlon half mile. Vr
Straus said that he would rover the dis
taaca la as c-iose to 1 :03 as paaalble 4M
tbe aalihea eMched at 1:03 1-4
Coapt Marle's race wns with CT?VOT
Patch, whlch earlier In the day bad won
the Class A pace In the hands of her
owner, I. V. Hunt. The ronter-t was n.
close one, but 04441 Marle had a llttle the
better of lt.
The summarle* follow:
Kxcelalor. b. g. (H. Iteberi. 12 1
Hend.ll. h g. (0. Webt*r).8 18
Hoquitta _CJ?_B?7, b. in. (W, Boott) 'i .1 *
Tommy Baron. b. g (E. t'arpenten. ...8 ?? t
Tominv Atklns, b. g. (I R:..nke). 4 ft ft
Tlme, 1:08. 1:10*?. 1:11.
pacino? C__M B
Cuhan, b. g- (O. Pnedaken. 1 1
Iliratn Al.lff. b. g. (II. clark). | ?.
ii, gr. if. (O. Stamt.er.en. :s 2
Uldnlgbt Dlrect, br n (tt CTNell).. . 4 4
Time. t*44-a i aaa.
PACntO -CLASB A.
Clover fat'-h. br. B_ (I. V. Hunt) ... 1 0 1
Ceorge Patehen, ch. g (T. Harpe.n- 2 o 2
Time, 1:04-. 1*48*4, 1:08.
TROTTINd- CTaABS C.
Promlae. b. g. (K. O Rln.er.). 1 1
The Trlp, b. a. f_ Pmlthi . 2 I
Mll* BarloW, rh. g. (J iltlinore). 4 3
ru ivir.. b, g. more Broa.).* I
Iten Wiltcht. b g Iti Man^en). 6 4
C. C, br. k IA YoniiK>. 5 6
Tlme. I*88*_ 1:10.
Startle. b g. II *B*O0-?koll. 4 14 1
De Wltt. b. g. <K lln?-ai. 1 I 2 3 I
.i i , br. . .'ii Clar-el . - 3 i I*
Klppewa, T.r. k IC. ffiidti. t 4 3 -lr |
Tlme. I:0f>'4. 1:04V,, t :0?. 1 :*?*?*?.
ntOTTDa- -4**I__*d B
Oaklann Boy, B g ?5. Omklin)...12 1
Mttla F.lla A., blk. m. (.1. I^ennoni. t 1 3
Triphammer. b. g IW. Qrtlnttetdaf).... 1 I 2
Tlme. l:07'i, 1:06^. 1:06.
rACTTffl f.a>Ba* K.
The Rub*. b. g. (J. Shannon). 1 1
Helen "-"oM. rh m. (O. Knauai. 2 2
I.ady _oree. b. m. fw. Donnelly). .1 3
Time. I:1K, 1:18.
PACIM' CLASfl B. ?
Dlck Maaon, blk. g. <H c'larke) 1 2 1
Maater McKerrnn, b. g (E Ia Pl.ce) 3 1 2
B. Ontlme. b. g. (H. Rellly).2 8 8
Dlck Welch. r. g (J Kennedy). 4 4 4
Tlme laVH, IMm, l:0S)?.
I'ACINO <'1>AS8 ('.
Korrert Shape. b. g. (XV. t'rban).8 1 I
Watchoet, b. g. T?r Jonea). I ft ft
HtlKht Dlrect. b. g. (C. Hlawatach). . . . 4 3 2
Bed and Blue. b. g. (Dr Mehleri. 6 2 3
MphonM O., l> g- <J Ch.lniowltz).... 2 4 4
?nine, i-ta%, !_?_, Irf*.
plate until Knoderaaa tore off hla four-ba.fer
ln the afventh Innlnf*.
Wllaon 3 Aprll 20. off Rucker. Bf-OOkhra (hlt
ma.ie la nlnth Innlng. (tMnic (Jlanta a .l.ioiyi;
jnlv 1. off Tyler, Boaton (four-baKKer < ame
?|lii haaea fulli. BOptOmber ''. "tt lta?>>n.
Br.Miklvn (hlt waa made wlth two men (,n bases
tad Bav. Oleeia oa* more run than Bupel?U
Hei >;; - Aprll ':'.. "tt Donnell), Ito.ton;
juh l, ..rr Brown, C*htc_ao,
Devore?t?*"_B8 1. oft Harmon. st I.oul.*i:
gtptenbet 20. c.rT Harter, cincinnati Ueeti'a
tttr* .av* the (Jlanta the dedalon over the
Klet. her-1-June B, off rietcher, Cincinnati.
THK STARS WHO WILL GUARD INFIELD FOR M'GRAW.
Dutchman Close Behind Larry
on Auto Contest.
The complete vot? of th.
wrltcn* m | ,, .,-:. cted Tl
Larry Doyle aa the moal
ern in tha two league. ? "* announ ed
yeaterda ? Han. U/agi *' *""? to
Doyle. wlth n polnta *
less ii in ti, ? St a V" b eaptali
was th rd, ... Ith . ? a blle Marquard a ith
13; Matty, arltb I; T. reau ind M
with I apleee, Bnd Merhl.. w Ith ?* ? re
elaa oonaMered Joe TInher beal oot Zlm
merman foi bonon among th. Cube.
whiie g. ball . laal
pat a rotfl
?peaher*B cloeeat rival. wer. twi
r-rs. Waleh, ..t tha White Boa, belng aee
iiii.i. arltb l polnl thlrd,
wiiii ? Mllan, of tVaahlngton, r
tt, an.l Joe Wood 1
wii.tiei in the Anv rlcan Lea
with J. Kraiiklln Hak.-r at II polnta BUTl
Danlela waa '!?? oul i ? ? - of tn
hlm one polnt
The total vote folloa
baaektr, B am n M i ,-? -? U
IValih. Chl _?-?....._? I I
lahasoa, Waah. 4
Ullai. u.iM.i: . ? i Detroll J
Wood Boaton Han *
n..k. r. Athlel - ?
vt b l -tro ? ??
iV.gn'T, Boaton II M I '
lamlll. v- ? ? -
??-, (ton Bl i onu ? i ?.? U ? Ham fertt i
i gaw Torl tti Mathet I *?
i\-_?: ? i. . ? . . *
\. w Vork
rinker, ' ? . i M
-v. eeney. Boat
M - S. Y.... Hvera. (
Wllaon, Plttal urgh 13 II- ndrl
Daubert Brookl ? 11 -? '
Kb ibe, Philadi Phlla..... 1
Kom tchy, 81 I_)
SOME HOPE FOR DE PALMA
Well Known Drivcr Stands a
Chance for Rccovery.
Mllwauk. ?-. Oel I 'i I.
Ralph D< Palma, Injured whlle drlvlng
n the Orand Prla automoblle ra.
terday *??- b. n his em bil th. i
Irtven bj Celeb B. Braag, winner ?.f the
race, la aaM to-nighl i.y pbysidana to b?
uk Cavorhble aa < aa be enpeeted Dfl
I'alma. s main , iiijU 0 '- "1 an ,.i
ioiiniiai punctura, and unl. M Infectlon
?ets in his phyalciani m) chance. ai
hrlsht for reoovery. The patlenl ls ___?*?
-i iu us, bul no on. is allow. d to
Whiie be Buatalned aever* brulae. aboul
the bodj ph] 11. lana Bay no bon. a
fractured. u al ri rnt reported
De Palraa'a meehanlelan, Tmn Alley,
left tha boapltal to-day. iii^ Injurlaa
sonalated <>f a aligbt fracttrre <>f tha left
ihoulder. Tdny Bcudelaii, who accom
panledl Bru.'e-Brown <>n the practice epln
on laal Tueaday which ended In Brown'a
leath. was COnBClOUB tO-day, an.l hla con
diti.-n Ifl i ,|>..i t? <i fa i iu? Ma
CaJet) B. Bragg, WInnei of the race, to
uiKht laaued . tatemenl git Ing hl
Bii.n ol the accident to De Palma. Tha
"I was mi the I'ond du La* road about
(me unl.' from tha graveyard turn. i
bad nearly three mlnutea1 lead and only
iwo mllea t" ;;.. and waa drlvlng alowly
?j\er thla treachero-fl parl "t tl. i ?
De Palma muat hava been golng . grea)
lefii fhater than i was an.i overtahlng
bm rery rapldly, as it wai only ? few]
Moonda after mj mechaalc tapped rae oa
ihe ehoulder, ta lel nie know thal a eai
araa approacblng, thal his car bM tha
rear of mv OMCblna. The country here
la a Borlea of amall hiim and b car ahaad
ir behind in eonatantly bobblng .mt of
rfgbt, win. ii probably axplalna why my
neehanlc did nol see him before
"Although i kn. w aome <m.- wns eona*
ng I had not ti.eii lo pull tn one alde <>f
he conrjie lo let him hy. as tli.-re would '
iot have heen BOOUgb ror.m for hiin lo
?asa at thla polnt had I gtvea all the
-oom I could
"No one knows Dt Pahaa'fl ahtltty aa a
irlver letter thnn I, as be BOacbfld me
**hen 1 Btartfld te drlve, thr"n years ago.
.nd. ln mv oplnion. hfl la the hest all
_*ound drlver tn thla country. i am a.**
(iixious a.- an) ona lo bear m> statement,
ind atn wIIIIiik to bear the hlatue if I
vax at fault ln any Way, anrl flfaicerely
iopp hi? gaaeroua aature win not pri veul
i!m fTom BSpreealBg his r.-al oplnion."
.LEVELAND BEATS ST. LOUIS.
it Loaie, Oet ?'.. The loeal gaajee
aagTua baaeball champlonahlp n aaon
?ame to fl . lose tO-day **,itii a defeat for
st. Loula, CleveUtad wlnnlng b\ ,i Bcore
if s io .!. Thfl battlng --? [__joic who
na.le BVfl h.ls-, and ,la< kson aud the
leldinn of Pratt and chapma'fi arere
Left to right Herzog, Fletcher, Doyle, Merkle.
How the Rival Infields
Compare, Man for Man
KLING OUT OF BASEBALL
Boston Manager Says He Ia
Ready to Quit the Game.
? B] i ? agi-4*) le Tbe Trtbaaa i
I-, ttaa M 88 Oa_ 4 Ji'hrmv Kllng.
af tna Baatoa Braaaa ln a lat*
t.r tn aewapaper ftien.l. iti p .*ton to*
Banonaoaa hla retlreiaent f*a_i
imil. ll>- Btataa tbat he i.? aatt-ded, eftei
vnin'v aai king for t i onf< r. t a
PreaB-i nt Oaffaey af 1 a clab for
rnore tban a -""k, thal the rumt i
Oeorge Btalllag* belng Wa
?llboni b. i a haa ta 11 paaat Baloa i
.,m from CafTtiey advtalng b**B I
tu place any tredaara ln tbe rtory tbal
BtalUnsa vaaM he tbe raanafer of th
? ': elljh f.U '
t.. he dlegra rad ar de?
,...,d. ,i ii- feela tbat Prealdi m GtUfhey
lnt< nd to tr.-i.',.- blm t" N< a .oei o*
rgh <>r aoana othar clab KUng ra*
: , . .,, be tradad any raora; nor wttl be
? ., utwrdlnate j.-sitlon ta Um Boa*
in hla letter ermounclng hla retiremo^t
lati ti...t tb.- club wa. *><? badly
handlrapped bv tb.- f..nm-r p-real-ent,
Joba M *"*__. tbat th- Hrnvr*. w-r.
really dla_rg4rdaed. Sin-e Ward waa
boughl oul Iha Boaton dab hat* won 4l?
.?ir <.f it*. gamee, it ba- titiis!:><'
eiarhl gamee better tban laal roar, .'md
he polnta to the faet tbat hc araa without
.. r.ai Bhortato** for half of tbe Beaaort.
dedaraa thm be dld aa waU aa any*
bodi could titid.r tbe drcumatancaa Ha
., that be bas played bla laat major
. ,m. IN- hlata thnt be would uu
*.i ?-.. t bla releaaa, ho tb.-.t be anutd open
negotlatlona with an American Aaaecte*
tlon club to a.t a- managi
FOR HOMELIKE ROOMS
Conault The Tribune'a Room and Board
Regiater. No. 320 Tribune Building.?
"FANS" CAMP OVER NIGHT
Thousand in Line at Polo
Grounds Soon After Midnight.
Bpe4mlatora w;ii rea** a rich harve?,t ln
t' | | : ..f tlchata to tbe w.irld'a m*rle?i
between tha Otaata and tha R- I I>x
Judglng fi"-:: tha 4ppaaranoa aboal Iha
Polo _rounda early thia B**o**nlng Loni
bafore mtdrdght tbe crowd had nt.irt.d to
gathar, and by i r/cloch there w-.i-.* -early
b tboueaad i- raona la Haa, aJtboogh they
v.in nat gat a obaaea t.. boy any of tba
four thouaand -Cheta 14 ha pal on sale !n
Bdvance until I " loeb thls Baorntng, when
foui t< rn wlndowB a IU be opt oe i
w'hile do one peraon adll be able t.> buy
roore tban two tick.ts. .t Ifl sald thal the
proepaeta foi btg prleea nre good, aad
boum pafaona thought thal many tlchtea
lait'Kht to-day for -I would fatob at l4B4t
?. bafore the game to-morrow.
The crowd had maeeed about the gatea
laat niKin bafore the police dlaoov* ed
thal there was anything unuaual gotng
un. Than t. n polli ? tn. n wero aent from
tha Weat UM atreat -tition to get the
tbroag in Hna RThea fornaad tho "pro
oeeolon" ert ended from tho Polo Orounda
gatea to _-th Btreet Later romera were
ttnod ap toward end In Bradburat atanue
M..I >? peraona In tbe ttoe baal pro-rtdod
themaalvea wlth campatoola whlle othora
were Blttbigon bear caaeaand aoap box.-.
lhai anterprtalng boya ln tba oetgfabor
hood had gathered togetlw r. Many of th.
"f.itia" w.re from out ot' towti, and some
wer- r.ai'1 to bfl ftotn .ih far BWay Bfl
WHITE SOX THE_FAVORITES
Ed Walsh Looms Up Against
Cubs in Intercity Series.
Chlcago, im ?; The t-..,> cblcago ma?
jor league baseball team. eloaed thelr
aaaaona to daj each erloning, and to
morroa arlll real in preparation for th*>
city .series. whleb will begln 00 TU44*
day. A majority of the local aportlng
writera plch tba American Leaguara '..^
ol Ihe clty ebamplonehlp, giv?
ing the preference to the Whlte s<>\ ha*
cauee of theli poaneaalon of Bd **7al4h
oa their pltchlng ataft Tiu- big npitball
artlal la achnowledged by Pranh Chance,
maa4ger "f tha Cuba, to ba better thaa
any pltcher tha Cuba can r?ut up agalnat
hlm Chance, ?owover, ns.?ns thal tb.*
famoua "Inalde gatne" and ezpariance of
tb. Cuba win bring tbem tbro_gb, even
with an Interior pltchlng ataft, and thi*.
is the argumaal of the Natlonal team'a
bachera. Tbe Whlte Boa are younger
playera than tha Cuba, bul are Bgurad to
auif. i- Bomewhal la corapariaon on th?*
baala ot big league experienoa
'liii-r. ia uttle bettlng on tha raault- on
accoual of tho bad eondltton tha Cab
pitchtng Btafl ;? *acknowledg4d to ba b_
intei.-Hi in the game la Inctaaaad to ad*
odrera of tbe Cuba, aa the aerlea may b<*
tbe laal appoaranoa aitb tha team of
l-'rank u Chance. Nelther Chance aoi
Murphy has as yet ?:'.v. 11 ont h_ Baal
statement In tho matter, BXCept for Mur
p*ay*a pronunctamaato thal Cbanea wfll
not maiiaK<* tbe t-ani next year.
SUPEREAS DEFEAT SUBURBANS.
The Brooklyn Siiperba.s fao-d tb- BtTOUg
Snburbana. a Heml-profesclotial team, ln
att exhlhltlon 04448 04 Htibtirban (Hal,
Hrooklyu, y-ntcrday, and were ***_torioUa
by a acore of S to '.l. Th.t I?odK*tr rejjulars
piiininelled Tobln, the rlval pltcher, for
thlrteen hlta, of wblcb St. n-.-l, the IQOIUlt
outtiiiider, aooarad three. Raakar, w-iu.
twlried the Bnl Baa InnlnKH, had nine
Btrlha-Ottl victlttiH nnd allow-.l only four
hitB. I'aiiBte, of tha Heini-pros, oonnectod
wlth hlti hIow liall ln the second for it
home run wallop. Htack. who mippluut -d
N?poU-i)ii ln the Hlxth, was in\Inclble,
pamdttlng only a Hlngle aafety.
Pirates Defeat Reds and Finish
in Second Place.
' Clnc innati. Ohlo, Ort. 6. -I'lttshursrh
1 flnl?lie.| lu flecond 1 lace in the National
League bj defeatlng Clncinnatl here thla
noon. The acore waa 16 to ti. The
Red uaed three pitehen In a valn an*
deavor to vtop tbe hlttlng of the visltora,
K ? Killer and MeCarthy atarrlng tn
[thla Une H waa Um finui name of the
Th.- acore rollowa
PITTSBUROH < i.\ I.N'NA ; I.
eh r h poa. _bi b ?>'. ae
M.?' I.-. Ib 4 4 S 1 !? Beacher, lf ? l ! I 11
' arey. ir >, . | tfl. K la, ef . u l . 10
1 Hyatt, rf 3 ! 1 13 ?' Ho_'___.lb 4 117 0 1
VSagner.ai . 4 3 0 1 i> Aiit.h-11, rf 4 0 1 0 00
Mlller, lb i l 4 .. 1 ? Alm.i__,Bb . w 1 1 ^ 1
J; I'* "- -i-iii Orant, ?a . 4 0 1) 2 10
11 ???? ?-. - 4 0 1 .0 l.Kg.m. *.'b .. 4 1 1 .
I Olbaoo, .-ol I 2 flj Bovefold, 041 210 00
C___.lt_,p . 1 1 000 Bentoa. p.. 21 1 b 10
M- Qraver.p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Uregonr, p u 0 0 0 00
IM DaaaM 1 u o o oo
1 ''?? ? I TotaIs....JS? 10 27 10 2
?U_tt?il for IfeU-raVOT in th* aeventh Innlng.
I fot Ortgoty la tha ninth innlng.
irgh .:t 11 1 o 1 ? | <i 4? ib
? .'! o 11 o 0 ? O O O o-- (j
Twe-bam alt. Ptaeher, Bgaa, MeCarthy,
Mlllei Three baae intr. Mitchell -. reld,
MeCarthy. Wacner, \\'llaon Horn* runa il. b
Hlt. > >rr ri. ntoa. u la _
;''??"?> ? ll ln the eixtlo, i.ff M 'lr..wr.
4 I:. I Innlng) - 1 ? ;?.-.???.. 4 Iti _ innlng*
ha-rlfl Mlller R'llt-on stolen
1 baaa. '' DouM. pU] ? Mll
[ l? !???;?- -1 >. M M \Mtt oa ..aeei
Plttaburgh, B; . -in. mnatl. S Kir" ! mi. r,n
1 all. ? ttt i-i.i- 11 . tr M .; ., .-, . oft
??-?-. I efT Camnlta, I. Siru.-k o-n By
Bet ? n >' M Irarer, 1 bjr 1 iregoi -. I. bj
1 i In ?? 1 it I'mplre* Krennan
CUBS WIN THEIR LAST GAME
Complete Season with Victory
Over St. Louis Cardinals.
Chl. 1-0. Oct I -Chlcago won the hurt
Igame of the National Leagoa season here
1 to-day from St. Louhl hy ? s. ore of 4 to &
The Cubfl hil Harmon for thraa nma. a
lalnglA and a trlple aetted aaotbar <>fr
lOeyer The vlalton aeorad their tiiree
runs by bunchlag iiit* off Cheaey an.i
Raulbach Oemptta tha rlctorjr, ''lileaso
Rnlflhed in thlrd place t!-,e lovreel Blnce
The p ....? followa
CH1CAOO IT LOUIS
Bbl h po ae abr h pn a" '
aheck'd.lf .0 1 2 0 0 lt ;?Kin?,:*b t? 0 . Ifl
Mlller. cf 40 1 2 00 Mag-,-. ir.. 50 1 1 00
i'.-.k.-t. ?,. .01 ! R.. Mowrrjr, lb (n | 0 3 0
Khn'an. tb .0 I I ll Kon'chy.lb : l o is flfl
S.-liiilie 1/30 0 0 0 0 Evan. rf. 4 0 2 0 00
Ih.. 10 I 10 0 0 Fiauai r -is 4 0 (i 3 I 1
Kvera, 2b 12 : ,t - 0 Oakea, cf.. I 1 1 0 10
tn. <? 41 1 .; 30 wiiiko, c. 4.) :? e 30
?*twn~\. I. l .1 n .1 10 Ballee, p. 10 0 0 uO
R'lbai ii. p 1 0 1 1 10 Harmon, p 1 0 1 0 S 0
?Good. .11 1 .1 OfllOeyar, p.oo 0 0 10
I ? Hre.nab u 0 1 0000
I lEIIIa. 10 1 0 01
T..t dfl M 4 111 V, M t Total-- 8.'! 3 10?J3 17 l
'Batted tor Chaney Ib Bftfe taatag. tH-utrd
ror IUi'duhi ln aeventh Innlng. tl'atte.l for
(Jeyer m nlnth Innlng. |_4aU*r out hlt hv
mtt. i I'-in
Chlcago b 0 O O g g g l x 4
Bl Loula.0 o B i fl o i <> j. ??
Two-haa* blta Maeee, Raulbach, __?__?
hlt Chapman, int* . .rr Balleo, '3 in :i
Innlnga; ..ff Harmon, 4 In .1; ..rr Oeyer 4 iii
- ofl Chenaj 5 In .'. off Reolhacb, .'. in 4
rice hlt Evera. Stolen baaea Konetchy
E*rana, fhapman, Breanahan, Zlmraarman!
Double playa Harmon, Wtngo to Konetohy;
Roulbaeh t.. Tlnker, Lefl otr baae* <*hi-__?'-,'
_; hi. t/r.iiiM. s p;r.,t 1 ?? M han? --4?rr
Cheney, a; :>rr tlanuon. ?: off Renlbach. 2 off
Oaref 1 BtrtKh mt Oy S.iIIob. 1; hv Chenev.
.1 1 1 Harmon. |; hv Oovcr. 1, lv Keulbaeh 2
Tlm-' 1:4*1. rmt.|i<? (>v,-nv
THE EASIE9T WAY.
The Tribune's Room and Board Req
ister containa a reliablo liat of fur?
nished rooma. No. 320 Tribune Build?
WHITE SOX DEFEAT TIGERS.
p.-trolt. Ml. h., Oot fi. f'hlcniro cloaed
Ihe season here to-day. defeatltn? Detroit
by a f-eore ef 9 to t ln a eoaaady Kame.
The Ttgera had only atavan men la anl
form. nnd StanaK'' waa tho sole (iceupant
of the bench after I.ake B_-___--_
Wli.atley In the fourth, when the latter
left the game to eateh a traln. Both
terms flelded pootly. and Chlcago hlt
l.ake hard throoghont
SHANNON WINS BIG STAXE.
I'aris, Oat *? - Ilerman V. Uuryea'a bay
.oll Shannon to-day won the Prix du
C-fl-Bflil Munlclpal, known as the autumn
Qrand I'rlx, over the LonKehampa cour?e.
The race, whlch wa* at one mlle and a
half. waa worth $2?,tt00. Bhannon won hy
half a lenjfth, wlth Tilpolette aecond and
Martial III thlrd. Aujjuat Belmont'a
Amoureux III flnlshed foU'th. Shannon,
was an outshler ln the hettlng. hut waa
Btiperhly rldden hy MaeCee.
OAMDKH lU-niuni PM_m
EDDIE MoGOORTY vs. JACK DENNING
FKANKIK Hl KV** vn. KDUIK MOKtiAN.
I (il IM DB I'ONTIIIKI > v KDD1K KKI.IA.
Ailin.Boc. Heid.Seats $1 to |:i. Phone 6100 Mad,
Cornell Eleven Passing Through
a Dangerous Crisls.
SHARPE NEEDS SUPPORT
Yale Has a Fullback in the
Making Who May Be a
Al Sh.trpe, the rtfw coach of the cor?
n?II football eleven, aaya that It Ir hU
purpose to bulld up a winning system at
Ithaca rather than to turn out a winning
team in his flrst season. To that end he
llterally cut hls scjuad to hits lat-t week
to emphaslre hls polnt, and le lt f.at;
that lf the footbal! ni4>n of ("orneli have
the same spirit shown in the paat by ttv
oarsmen and track athl.-tes he did the
rif-ht thing at the right tlme. It seem. a
plty that such radlcal action was n.-ce*.
sary to laaae th<> players and in ptjjg up
th?* undergraduutes, but it ls dnubtful lf
any milder treatment w-riild have had
the deslred effect. It now rcm.iins to be
sccn whether Dr. Sharpe has the cotirage
to carry out his declared pollcies to the
letter. and from what I know of the m.n
there wlll be no loosenlng of the retn.
The regulars are almost sure to work
thelr way back to the 'vnrslty squad and
to the tralnlng table, at least most of
them are. but It wlll be only by thelr
own work and thelr own efforts, an now
the die has been cast Iir. flharpe must
see it through as f'ourtney has so many
times In handllnfr the oarsmen, or loae
the confidence of both the graduates and
the aada**graduatae of the university. it
follows, of course, that Hharpe must get
UM same support that has been glven ?o
freclv and cnjcnidglnRly to Courtney, and
for the sako of Cornell and Cornell foot-1
ball it Ib hoped that such wlll be the c_m.
Dr. Sharpe is of the opinion that Cornell
men are lacking ln the proper flghtlng!
splrit?that Ib, the football roen-_nd h.'
dld not heaitate to say ao. Much th.1
same crtticlem waa dlrected against the'
eleven, and by Con.ell men, too, follow-'
ing the game wlth Chlcago T.'nlversity.
last fall, but personally I saw no evl-'
Idenoe of thls falllng in Ihe Pennaylvanla'
I game laat Thanksgtvlr,. I'ay. Dr. .harpe
also says that the players are not prop
I c-rly grounded in the fundamcnUUs of the
game, and that Is hls business to cr-rr-ct,
whlch no doubt he wlll do. I am -.old
that the men be has dlsrfpilned by drop
piug them from the aquad wlP not be
dlaerlmlnated aaalnst. but that they wlll
huve to flght tbelr way back to their
poritlona "Butch" ?prioh, who in my
opinion Is one of the beat ends ln the
country. a_fl forced to clve up work for
a few <la>s last week because of a ellgnt
Itijury, Whlle ( aptaln Hutb-r and O'Con?
nor. to say nothing of W'iil amnon and
Davidson. have been indistioeed for on<*
nason or another. so that tha coach ha
U.en haadtcappad bl mor* Braya than one.
The second dcf-at of tb- sea.?on on P.itur
day should be stumiiatiriK not dapraaalag
Arthur Howe. head coach of the Yale
eleven. is fr.-e to acknov.ledg. that the
riKiu klnd of aaatartal la sat laehtag ai
New Havcflb but he i* eejuall} outap< .?".
cr was a few days B4TO, 0V4T the aray th
men ba\e been plajrlag. He Ifl BOt the
klnd of mau. eltiier. to -x| e> t IOO ....
so tbat there appeari to l .,
rea?on to crlticis- tbe forwe dfl ai be_*g
ponderous an.1 ttoa Wltlad BMO
Uarnlnst Wr-slcyan and Iloly 'row.
.Marked impro\ -ni-t.t traa BhO.
_y-*aea_e on Batarday, and do doubt
Howe has been able to lueplrs the pu>
er.s with sotn** of hls own I'irtt.
Flynn, at fullback, i;a-.-' furtl .t.dic
tlon of belng a flnd Ht i- B hard,
Mroni? runner, COmbtnei -Bb
weigbt, and 000800888 Bat?Tal Bbttitl ?l
po?tar HarrinK accldenta j- - Baaaa
sure 14 be a to.ver of strength in Yale.
I a.-kileld in the all-lmi Ot'BBt *__?"?
agrdnst Prlneeton and Harvard Arcord
lag to Soi Matagar, who aaw bbn ta ?c
tion 04 Siturday. a aaoOBd Ted i'oy U in
it la ttalte poaatMe tbat Lehlgb't
strength waa overeatlmated, bul II not
Prlncaton is going gr._t guna. One thlng
appeara to be aure?the coachea are proflt
ing by the experience of last yesj when
a truly reniarkable team, u;.,,'.'- up of
high spirlted and courage?..us players, WM
handicapped by nn Inadeauate .ittack
This year the offence is belng developee
early, and more sblfts and foiniatlon*,
have be**fl shown In three gam-s tlan ln
all of laat seaaon. Suroiy thia I. a step
Vale wlll mlss Arthur Howe at quarttr
back thls \ear l-'.ven his presence *?
i., ad coach aill hardly make up th.
Bliiv Laagfoed. of Triiuty, who ra_U
al the top as a football ofllclal, is much
tn demand thifl year, and whi teferee at
l.ast four oi the more important game*
of thfl season those between tale ?>*?
Harvard, fala and Prlncaton, Vale ?"*
Hrown and 1'rinceton and Dartmouth. "*?
better selection could be mad?- Laxognta
baa proved hlmself in many iry'.iig.-RU
atlons on the grldiron as ? cool. tmclent
and fearleas orticial. 1 was d:.-.tppolnt*4
to tlnd the name of Joe Pendleton inlMtnfl
fiom the llst of games for whlch offlct-J.
had been namt_. No doubt hl? D??
place in Boston win operate agalnat aa
acceptlng as many assiKnm.mts aa foi
low-era of the game woula Ukc to .?* r_?
If Captain W'endell, Hardwi.-k ard
Brichley are Bnally selected to "natcetaj
with a quarterbacb, the Harvard racW*
the Criroaon wlll be able to boast of tnre*
men wboae weigbt overagea hometwai
over 1S0 pounds. As a:. three coinbin*
rare speed wtth thetr weigbt tbe coach*.
have reason to be hopeful.
It ls a rauee for comment 'hat *
number of the leadlng eterens thi. yH
can boast of an exporien.-ed man tor cen?
tre ruah. b poaltlon of all-lmportai tett.Ti
Tigera have Bluethenthal, who waapwa**
on the Trtbune'a all-Eaatern team i**"
fall because of hls remarfcably mioii*: *'<*
con-istent work; Yale bas ?**,,','h'_'
whom aome crltlcs placed at the top i?"'
veur, and who certalnly deaenred a t*r>
"ward ranklng. whlle l'armetiter Is BB??
at Harvard and .lesse Wyte la ?' ' otom
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