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EVENING PtT&tfcT LEDGERrPHIlMl)LPHlA 3EtDi:T'iiSEPa?EM6SR lift
WATCH WHITE SOX
iRumor Afloat That
Doos Not Want to Win Amer
ican League Flag
JTAat May Happen
in Baseball Today
1 Xn York
, Chlc-, Sept. 24.-lntern in the J&IhUiiA
rnd jury investigation Into alleged netrolt
'fhrnwW of baseball eames bv dls- Athletics .
honest msrers switched today from
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' With the gand jury adjourned until
next Tuesday, baseball magnates and
fan are watchtne the White Sox, for
their Tictory or defeat lu the series
with the league-icsatnp; inuians u
Cleveland may decide the future course
of the Investigation. If the White Sox
win today they will displace Cleveland
and lH thi Ipninip bv half a game
nan Johnson, president of the Amer- (A&u&l tfi
kan League, is reported to have received I numro Cle
rumors that gamblers are trying io
create an impression that the White
Eox do not daro win the league pen
nant. According to statements quot
ing Mr. Johnvm published by papers
here, the syndicate of gamblers which.
It has been charged, "bought" Inst
year's world series by paying 100.
OOO to five white Sox players, threatens
to expose the plot If the Chicago team
wins the race.
Mr. Johnson, It was announced to
day, will be recalled by the grand jury
next week to tell what he knows about
this alleged blackmail plot. Other wit
nesses Include President Heydler, of
the National League.
lnvCMlgauon oi a rcpon mm. ucurj;r v.. f h
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Chicago, had lo large sums net on last , "'"";?"'.','"- .""; Vi. h.nfcli nn ih
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY
notion at PhUtlphI Clondrl 3:30 P.
in. UUndrd time).
Chicago at Cincinnati Cloudri 3 p. m.
(cUrUttit Ttn time).
Bt. foal, at riltubnnth Cloudrt 3s30 P.
m. (daillrht MTlnr time). ....
nrooklro-Ncw lork Not nthtihiled.
AlhlHIc at Uoton CImti 3tl5 P. m.
rrland -Clfari 3 p. m. (1ot-
llrhl ,r1n Uml.
St. IxxiU at nrtrolt Cloudrt 3 p. m.
(darllcht arln tlm). .
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RESULT3 OF YE8TERDAY
rhlllli. 7t Donton. 6 (lt (time)
rhllllr. 8 Donton. 1 J(1 tarn)
ttftthnn-h. It rlnHntiAtl. 0
Othrr clubs not hdtJd
IkMton. 9i AthlHlr. 2
fll 1j,til flt nnmll. 1 Mi rtmfl
St, ItoI. 3i Krtrtilt. 0 I2d rame)
Ctileaco, 10) rlrrrland. 8
Other rlnba not acbMulrd
Cincinnati Baseball Club and former
chairman of tho national commission,
"The Ilcds have been given a clean
bill. They wero not involved in any
Irregularities during the world series
of 1010." v
John E. Bruce, secretary of tho na
tional commission, said :
"I can truthfully say that I never
heard a word of suspicion against any
member of the Cincinnati Baseball
REVERSE DIAMOND DECISION
All-Vlrglnla League Stara Defeat
Hllldale Giants, 2 to 1
The All-Vlrglnla League Stars, with
Lloyd pitching, defeated the Hllldale
Giants, negro nine, of Darby, on the
lattcr'a field yesterday afternoon in a
great battle, - to 1. This was the sec
ond game in two days played by these
clubs, the negro team having won,
C to 5, on Wednesday.
Llod let down the Hllldale nluggcrs
with five hits. Hlack, the Virginia'
shortstop, was the heavy man on the
offense, knocking out three hits.
The All-Star arc to nleet Cressona
Tigers tomorrow on the latter's field,
and on Sunday I'aul Berth will take the
Virginia Leaguers to Mahanoy City for
a game there.
Black Dixie Stages Comeback
Afur Uht rounds of hard fUMlne at
the Madlton A. C. Hit venlnr. Black Dlilt
deaervtrt tn dedalon ovtr Hlltnt Uontt.
Dltl Haired a rttular eomtback. but tha
llcnt on rrovrd a touch proposition In
cvtrjr round loun Gunboat Smith btat
Frank Mnon In tlx rounds, viblla Jsrry
Hayss nnlshtd Toun Lancford In thrts
ssatlons. A battls rorM was also on ths
Bout for Jersey City
Sew York, Sept. 24. The box
ing contest between Georges Carpen
tier, European heavyweight chom
pion, and Battling Levlnsky wilt be
held in Jersey City Baseball Park,
October 12, the International Sport
ing Club announced last night.
The match had been scheduled for
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, but a
ruling last week by the New York
State Boxing Commission declared t'
"We have decided that It Is for the
best Interests of boxing In this state
not to hold on the dates set the
Dompiey-Brennan and Carpen tier
IN THE CAGE AGAIN
American Basketball Team Ready
for Season 'a Campaign
The American Basketball Club,
champion of the Friends' Quild, and
claimant of tho city amateur title, has
reorganised for the season and will
again bo seen under the direction of
Paul S. "Po" Pachter.
Manager Pachter has signed up the
same outfit that won twenty-eight out
of 82 games. The team comprises
"Pomp" Povcrnlek and Johnny Mc
Grath, forwards; Johnny Slebold. cen
ter, and "Iixy" Adler, ''Leech" Mash
blta and "Bouncer" Kllenbart, guards.
' Practical Instruction
vrnr'a world series was understood to
ay to be usJler consideration by the
fTand jury. Published reports place
Cohan' Iomcs at $30,000 and Tenncs'
structlne him to bet his bankroll on the
Reds. I was in his room at the An
nonla Hotel, Nev York, when he
opened the telegram. I was sitting next
to him and read the message. I do not
remember who signed it.
"They tell mc around New York that
Hal Chase won $40,000 on the series.
He must havo won a lot because he had
plenty of money after the scries ended.
I understand his and uuouc s miorma-
pitcher of the first game of the series ;
Sanda Williams, who nltrhed the sec
ond game: Chick Gandli, first baseman
and Hap Felsch, centcrficlder Coraiskey
held up their checks for the world's
arles money for some time. I ao not
recall the name of the fifth man.
"I do know the tip wob sent oat of
Cincinnati to bet on the Beds. Jean
aecr on the
series. I bet $20 on the first game and
won it. I spent it for drinks in the bar
room where I made the wnger. I did
not even touch the money.
"After the first bet Larry Doyle and
1 made a piker bet on every game. Doyle
liked the White Sox and bet on them.
I had had my 'tip' and liked the Ilcds.
But my winnings were very small, only
$10 or $20 a day."
CLEAN BILL FOR REDS,
Cincinnati. 0.. Sept. 24. The mar.
named Hehn mentioned by Pitcher
("Itube") Benton as the one who told
him that the list world series was
"fixed" could not be located today.
President August Herrmann, of the
Say Actor I.ost
The Inquiry into the "fixing" charges
k to pushed to the limit, according to
a statement made by Henry II. Brlgham.
ainmin rst fh o-rnntl ilirv. who de
clared he was shocked at the rottenness , tion came from the same man
M far revealed. He added that "Chi- "I made one small wagei
fago. New York. Cincinnati ana i
Louis gamblers are bleeding baseball and
State Attornev Hovne, according to
at statement received from him in New
York, declared he "had no doubt that
the 1010 series was crooked, and that
at least one Chicago player was cor
rupted. He added that a report that
Cohan and Tenncs had information re
jardlng alleged baseball crookedness
would be thoroughly investigated by his
Benton Tells of Bribe
Jacob C. "Rube" Benton. New York
Giants' pitcher, who told the prnnd
Juv yesterday of being offered a bribe
to lose a game, named "Buck Her
og, Hal Chase and ' Heine" Zim
merman in connection with the nlleged
offer. In a statment published today
he named four White Sox players as
having been mentioned to him bv an
alleged member of a basehill gambling
ring in a discussion of alleged "fix
ing" of the 1910 series.
Benton, in his story of the alleged
"fixing" of the world scries last fall.
"Last fall after the series, a man
named Hahn. who halls from Cincin
ati and is known as a betting com
missioner, visited me at my home in
Clinton. N. C.
"One morning while we were out
Bunting I asked him about the world
aeries. He said the series was not on
the ;8quaro. He said the ueai to in
7irM n throw the series to Cincin
nati had been engineered by a syndi
cate of gamblers from Pittsburgh for
whom he worked in Cincinnati as bet
til ir commissioner.
"He said certain players on the
White Sox team had visited Pittsburgh
before the series was played and made
arrangements to throw the games for a
price. He said that the plajers de
manded $100,000 to 'lay down' so that
the Sox would lose, and this was paid
Weaver Not Named
"We discussed various plajers on the
team. Buck Weaver's name was not
mentioned, nor were the names of
Jackson. Eddie Collins, John Collins or
Kay Schalk. Five players were men
tioned by Hahn in the course of the
conversation, rour are .uaie nicotic
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BRYN MAWR POLOISTS
PLAY FOR U, S, TITLE
Main Liners Will Meat on Sat
urday for Junior1 Cham-piorishlpB
Hempstead, N. ., Sept. 24. By a
score of 7 goals to 0 the "oxhilnters of
the Bryu Mawr polo team defeated the
hard-riding font from the United States
post at West Point last evening on th
international field at Meadow Brook In
tho semifinals for the junior champion
ship of the Untttvl States.
The remarkablt riding of the army
officers and their teamwork was .a (treat
surprise to the crlUcs. ,
Captain Harry H. Holmes, of the
British army, refereed the match.
Playing for tho winners were Rod
man Wanamsker, W. Btandley Btokes.
Fred Roe and Barclay McFadden.
For the army were Major1 B. A. II.
Wilton, Major J. K. Brown, whose
position waa later taken by Captain II,
B. Anderson J Major Lewi Brown. Jr.,
played No. 8 and Captain Carlos
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And the extra pair will give you many months
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la pecks foe of SO protected by
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TEPPED OUT ot tho house.
WHISTLING LIKE a bird.
WHICH ALARMED young wlf
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A special grouping of light and heavy weight overcoat-1
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