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THE' WASHINGTON' HERALD. 'yHURSDAY. OCTOBERS. 1912. ,
Betting Odds on World's
Series Favor;theRed Sox
Money at 10 to 9, 10 to
New York. Oct. 2. Depreciation In
Rube Marquard's stock In the world's
series and odds of 10 to 9 and 10 to 7 In
Boston, with the Bed Box the favorites,
ioay gave a forecast of public opinion
as to the result of the world's series
"baseball gardes, which begin here at 2
j. m. next Tuesday. Boston even went
so far as to bet i to 1 agalnst-the Giants,
but New Yorkers were more conserva
tive, and 7 to 10 that the Giants would
take the series was the best the sup
posters of the National League leaders
Several large wagers and any number
of freak bets "were made, one man offer
ing to bet J100 each time Manjuard
pitched that the Rube would lose. An
other offered 8 to B that Joe Wood would
win every game he pitched against the
Giants In Boston, but would not Include
games played In New York. Fandom
was made happy this afternoon by the
announcement that 4.000 upper grand
stand resened seats for the games to
be played in New York will be put on
public sale at the Polo Grounds next
Monday morning. To keep out specula
tors, each buyer will be allowed only
two seats, and first come will be first
In Boston Fenway Park has been ex
tended to its utmost limit. The diamond
Is protected by canvas, and 7,000 letters,
containing 21,000 reserved seat tickets, are
ready to be mailed, all in preparation
for the first world's series to be played in
that city in eight years. Tickets were
quoted in Boston to-day at $3 bid and
tlO asked, subject to delivery.
Good Corps of Catchers.
Whether one leans toward Myers or
Wilson, of the Giants, or Carrlgan and
Cady, of the Red Box, there will be
plenty of class intermingled witW the
backstopplng end of the series. Quite
enough to hold its own with the rest of
McGraw will depend In the main upon
his mission Indian, who will operate
under the pen name of Chief Myers.
Stahl will probably work Carrlgan and
Cady almost evenly, as Cady back
stops for Wood's pitching, and Mr.
Wood is likely to be quite a busy per
son before the final game of the clash
As the pitching was sized up as a
fairly even proposition, with Boston
TRIM NEW YORK
"Dooin's Cripples Score Two Euns in
Fourth, Which Prove Enough
to Win from Giants.
New York. Oct 2. The Giants were
again beaten by the Phillies to-day. In
the final game of the season between
the two clubs, by a score of 2 to 1. The
Frillies won the verdict in the fourth
Inning, getting two runs on two singles,
two sacrifices, a pass and a wild pitch
Ames dropped out in the seventh to let
McCormlck bat, Merklc scored the Gi
ants' lone run in the second, walking
to first, stealing second, and third, and
scoring on Groh's single Score:
1'hils. -rfk H O A E I New York. AB H O A E
rasiert. d.Sdlt Bonn. If .... 1JIIJ
DoUn. 3b 4 111 OIRhafer. 3 ..tlltl
Man. If . 1 11M Becker, cf . 10 0 0 0
Uiller. rf ..J J I 0 0 Murray, if 4 1 0 0
,.,,.,... lh . t 1 A t I Merkl. lh 4 2 It 1 O
Kn.be. ... 0 0 1 0 0 j Herat. 3b . X 0 0 6 0
:r. a . i i i : i iwjie. io '"
fin. ss 4 113 0 HarUeT. c 4 16 10
KUllfer. c . 3 0 9 S 0 1 ,ioh. as .... J 1 I 4 0
.. j v g v i flora, j r . ; r J;
IWiltse. D ..00010
Totals. 31 i:U 1 I McCormlck ..jlOM
aieyersT u u u v v
Crandali: ... .1J0 0J
Totals . ..S HO 0
'Batted for Ames in toe serenth.
tBitted for Groh In the ninth.
tBatted for WUtM in tie ninth.
Philadelphia . OOOZOOOO 0-3
Nsr Tort 0IOO0O00 0-1
Runs Macee, Ludems, Merkle. Two-base hit'
Hartley. Sacrifice hit Stiller. Stolen bases Doo
lan. Merkle. Groh. Left on hue-Philadelphia.
E; New York. t. Bases on balls-Off beaten, 8,
off Ames, 2. Struck out By Beaton, 8. by Ames.
6. Hit by pitcher By Seaton (Burns). Wild pitch
Ames. Umpires Meters. Klem and Orth Time
of same 1 hour and SO minutes. Attendance. 1.5U)
CUBS WIN GAME.
Cotter Drives in Tally Dentine the
Chicago, Oct. 2. The Cubs managed to
grab the final game of the series from
the Pirates. S to 5, to-day. Dick Cotter,
batting out of his turn, drove the win
ning tally over In the tenth Inning
Pittsburg apparently did not notice that
something was being put over. Cotter
came up in the ninth to (bat for Good,
who had originally been sent in to bat
for Jim Lavender. He cracked out a
single that brought Williams In from
third with the run that tied the score.
Cotter then went behind the bat and
caught Pittsburg's tenth, which was bar
ren of result. In the Cub half, with one
run needed. Cotter came to bat again,
entirely out of turn, and rapped another
single, scoring Schulte with the winning
Pittsboix. AB H O A E
McCarthy. S. 4 0 3 1 0
Carey. If 4 3 4 1 0
Hyatt, if 5 3 2 10
Waener, as.... 3 2 2 2 1
Gray. lb. 4 1(10
Wilson, cf.... 5 2 5 0 0
Bntler. 2 .... 4 12 2 1
filhson. c 5 0 5 10
ramniu. p.... 4 10 10
Robinson, p.. 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 6 0 0
..... 6 1 I 0 0
ss.. . 5 0 1 3 0
. 1 1 1 A A
owner. ... 3 1 0 1 0
4 1U 0 0
f Williams . 0 0 0 0 0
n. p..... w u v a v
render, p.. 3 10 4 0
..... o o o o o
.....3 10 0 0
Totals .39113)12 0
Batted for Lavender In the ninth.
IRan for Archer in the ninth.
JTwo out when winning run was cored.
Bans Shecksrd. Miller, Downey, Schulte (2),
Williams. Carey. Hyatt. Wagner. Gray, Wilson.
Hits madeOff Canmitz, 8 In T 2-Innings: off
Lannder. 12 in i tunings. Two-base hits Hyatt.
Wagner, Downs, Archer. Three-base hit Miller.
Horns runs bchulte, Wilson. Double plays Lay
ender to Archer to Saler; Hyatt to Gibson. Bases
on balls Off Larender. 4; iff Camnitx. 4; off
Bobuaon, L Struck not By Larender, 7: by
Camnitz. 2. . Bacrifc hits Schulte. Carey, Gray.
Stolen base Schulte. Umpires Messrs. Owen and
Bresaan. Time of game 2 hours and 5 minutes.
VIQILABTS TO PLAY.
I Baseball Jflne, Meets Anacostla Club
Next Sunday In Anacostla- '
The VIgllants wlU play the strong An
fteostia baseball club Sunday, October S.
As both teams are evenly matched, a
good game can be expected. Game will
be called at 2:30 p. m. on Anacostla's dia
mond. Grace, the heavy-hitting outfielder;
who,, has Just returned from PotUvlIIe.
-will play for the Vigilantav Batteries-.
iVlgllants, Barton and Rodgers; Ana-
costla, Fbipps and Phlpps. -
Play the New
7,-and as High as 2 to 1 Is
carrying a shade through the brilliancy
Of Wood, the catching should be upon
an equal par, with any edge favoring
the stalwart slugging Redmen.
Carrlgan is one of the brainiest in the
catching game. He la a good, comlstent
batsman, a wonder In working with his
pitchers, with a shrewd, far-seeing
pair of lamps which survey the sur
rounding landscape for every detail, its
Isn't any wonder at the art of pegging.
but manages to stop any onslaught by
quickness of thought and action.
Cadv is a better ceitr than Carri
gan, a. good hitter, and a corking good
catcher for a vounester. He lacks now
lng but the flame and fire of long tested
battle. With Carrlgan he forms an ac.
tlve working mate, and the two will pro
tect the Red Sox end as well as Ira
Thomas cared for the Mackman guard
Meyers a Wonder.
On the other hand, the Giants hae one
of the catching premiers of the game In
Meyers. He can hit anyo!d time, but
most of all In a pinch. With Larry Doyle
last season he was the only other Giant
who reached the .300 class against the
flashy pitching of Bender, Coombs, and
Wilson Is rated by many almost upon a
par with the Indian. He can hit and he
can catch, although not quite as steady
in pegging as his oftener-worked mate.
Wilson Is likely to figure more as a pinch
hitter, although he may be used to co
operate with Jeff Tesreau before the se
ries is oer.
There has never been any great amount
of base-running done In a world's series,
or any base-running which figured large
ly in the result.
Hfnce we figure out that the batting
here shown by the catchers used will be
as vital a factor as the actual catching
where the rival class Is so nearly upon a
Announcement was made In Philadel
phia to-day that Connie Mack, of the
Athletics. Is going to help Jake Stahl
round his Red Sox in shape for the
world's series games with the Giants.
Last year when "the White Elephants
were getting ready for the Giants Mc
Aleer aided Mack materially, and now
the latter feels that this Is the opportu
nity to return the compliment.
BY CENTRAL, 12-6
0 Streeters Played Bagged Football.
Dugan's Bop Strong in Second
Half Holland the Star.
Central High defeated the Gonzaga
High School team at Capital City League
Park yesterday. 12 to 6, In a ragged
game of football. The O Streeters looked
far from a real high school football
team, and in the second halt the light
Gonzaga eleven plaed the Blue and
White aggregation off its feet
Stokes. McDonough, and Jones worked
good for Coach Thomas' outfit, the for
mer doing some good line plunging, but
on the whole the work of the team was
a disappointment. Coach Dugan, al
though handicapped by not having any
heavy men, has taught the Gonzaga
boss some good trick plays, and three
times Holland got away for good gains
by means of a forward pass. Holland,
Marsden. and Rearldan all fought hard
for Gonzaga. Line-up and summary:
Manwlm R. K.
McDonald. R. E.
Jones, R. T.
Jackson. R. G.
Babcock L. G
arey. It T.
1'owfer. L. E
McDonough. Q B.
Baker. L. H, B
Mokes, R H B
Cox. 1. B.
f,. Salb. R. T
Buckley. R. G
Holland. L. E
Knighton. Q B
Reandan. L. 1
Herley. R. H-.
Lynch. F. B
Substitutions Donoran for Jackson. FoWard for
Lane. Fitzgerald for Buckley. Steele for McDonald.
Kimball for Fowler. Lane for Krogman, Winter for
FitzgeraldT Touchdowns Stokes O. Holland. Ref
ereesMr. Hamilton, G. W. U.. and Mr. Kelly. W.
A. A Head linesmen-Mr Menefee, a U. 8.
Timekeepers Messrs. Agnew and Umbau. Time of
periods 5 and 10 minutes. .
University of Pennsylvania, 35;
Franklin and Marshall, 0.
Princeton. 41; Rutgers. 6.
Dartmouth, 41; Norwich, J.
Brown, 1; Colby 0.
Chlcafto, S Detroit, B.
Cleveland, 4; St. Louis, S.
Washlnzrton at Ifevr York.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at St. Lonis.
Chicago at Detroit.
STANDIKO OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Pet. Win. Lose.
Boston .. 103 46 .631 .633 .eS7
WASHINGTON . S3 60 .597 .600 .593
Philadelphia ......... 89 60 .597 .600 .593
Chicago 75 76 .497 .500 .43
Cleveland ...... 73 77 .487 .430 .(S3
Detroit. ..... 63 II .160 .464 457
BL Louis. 52 99 .344 J49 JU
Kew Tcrt...... W M JST ja JSU
Philadelphia, 2t New York, 1.
Boston, S( Brooklyn, 2.
Boston, 7 Brooklyn, 6.
Chicago, 6 1 Pittsburg, 3.
Philadelphia nt Boston.
Sew York at Brooklyn.
ETAMDDta Or THE CLUBS. "
Won. Last, ret Win. Loss.
Sew Tori . lfll T -stf tat c-.
Pittsburg .............. 82 58 .613 m .Si
tBlcsgo.. ....... ....... SO m .C0t JBR .600
Ondnnatl.. .......... fl 77 .493 .433 457
rMUdelphia.... .......... 72 77 .4U .437 iiSO
St. Lools....... ..... 63 S3 .417 .43 .U
Brooklyn ............... R J9 jas 'jn
Boston...-. ... 50 100 ,-XJ .S3 JH
largest Morning Circulation.
It Is Case of
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Frsnk E.' Bchlosser, captain of
Georgetown's basket-ball team last year,
and one of the best known basket-ball
players In the District, was married
yesterday noon to Miss Elolse Burns,
of 2914 Eleventh Street Northwest.
The marriage ceremony was performed
by the Rev. John A. McGhee. at the
Sacred Heart rectory. Georgo Gogglns,
Georgetown (1911), and also a famojis
basket-ball player, was the best man.
Miss Margretta CIssel, a lifelong friend
MAY PITCH TO-DAY
Smokeball King Likely to Face the
Highlanders Nationals Anx-
ions to Clean Up Series.
Griff's Nationals meet the New Tork
Highlanders on the Hilltop diamond In
Gotham this afternoon.' and although the
Old Fox before he left the Capital yester
day refused to announce his pitching se
lection. It Is believed that Walter John
son 111 go against WoUerton'a tailend-
The Nationals will work their hardest
to clean up against the Tanks, as second
place Is at stake, and Griffs fondest
hope, now thst the chsneo to win the
pennant has gone by the boards, is to
beat out Connie Mack's Athletics. While
Washington is engaged -with the New
Yorkers, the Mackmen are tackling Bos
ton and the Nationals v. HI have to win at
least two out of three in order to nose
out the White Elephants, as Boston Is
not being figured to grab off all three
games In Quakertown.
DOWN TEE ALLEYS.
NATIONAL CAPITAL LEAGUE.
V r i A I Mount Vernon.
Ifteraci 110 SI
110 107 127
119 M 101
1. lller..... S3 13 IK
Howard S3 111 109
Totals.... 343 KB S3
su KB 333
Chipta & Sachs.
Moler 91 106
Ilanorer Bakinff Ox
King 90 117 93
Mack 109 90 105
hbulta. 96 SO (1
Small. ........ 90 90 S3
Macs.... 81 1M 90
Onffin. 77 77
Abbott. 99 S3
Totals.... 4SJ 495 473 Total! ..... 476 4 410
POTOMAO COUNXIL (K. OF a) LEAGUE.
OmMIo 89 O
Kam-IL . S3 TO 84
Crook 75 M 73
Annabel 99 S3 122
Mellen 104 95 S3
Aahley 74 80 197
Columbus ... 74 91 84
J Nolan . 80 100
J DUn . 80 103 87
O Clark 99 86 103
Totals .. 413 453 466
78 87 86
Dillon .:. 68 87 74
Totals ... 31 338 400
Hassrtt. 95 115 1M
McUermout. 87 53 73
86 91 81
SI is tM
Bogan... 87 99 81
Totals. 4? S tB
NOBTHEASTEBN DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Vmmff .sfra'a RhoOL
8 Loreless.. 91 100 97
Knockey 125 113 101
uongan .. VI lis
McCarthy.... 83 108
Totals.... 471 500 487
Totals. 53 569 498
89 105 90
83 84 77
99 107 101
JoUiffee 81 103
Totals ..... 447 436
Carron. 103 93
Miller 110 121
McCarty 171 118
454 63 451
Kerier. 95 116 95
105 104 ire
534 53 439
Totals.... 457 667 4S3
New Tork Morning Telegraph.
First race Sir Denrah, Star
Jasmine. Breaker Boy.
Second race Absconder, Lizzie
Flat, Shannon River.
Third race Sir John Johnson,
Oneck Stable entry. Light o' My
Fourth race Hobnob, Wilson
Fifth race Kprmak, cliff
Edge, G. M. Miller.
Sixth race Jacqueltna Mul
First race Lodona, Rosemary,
Second race Smoke Rouse,
Third race Bonanza, Joe Stein,
George Oxnard. , J
Fourth race TK M. Green, Star
bottle. White Wool.
Fifth race Gay Bird, Dalnger
fleld, Patruche. 1V
Sixth race -"Effendl, My Fellow,
Dutch Rock. ' .'
First Neighbor Have you heard tell of
them newfttngled trial marriages?
Second Neighbor I "don't see nothln'
newfangled about 'em. Mine's been a
tela! to- txttj 10? JM )am tw.entTyeaij
York Yankees In
Love 'at First Sight
HISS ELOISE BURSTS.
of the bride, was the maid of honor.
The marriage was the culmination of
a pretty romance. Less than six
months ago Miss Burns and Mr. Bchlos
ser were strangers. An ardent basket
ball fan. Miss Burns attended the
games played by the Georgetown quint
and admired the husky captain from
afar. An introduction followed one of
tho games, and as It was evidently a
case of love at first sight. Miss Burns
Installed herself as a Georgetown root
er and mascot and Capt. "Schlltz." as
he la nicknamed by the boys, was
cheered ardently by the' fair mascot
every time he pulled off a clever play.
Miss Burns Is a beautiful Washing
ton girl and until recently attended the
Convent of Visitation at Frederick, Md.
Mr. Schlosser graduated from George
town In the class of 1911, taking a post
graduate course last year. He has
played on the basket-ball quint four
years and Is regarded as one of the
best men ever turned out at George
town. Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser will be at
home after October IS at the Carlisle,
Fourteenth and Columbia Road.
WINNER OYER TECH
Gallaudet football team won an easy
victory over Technical High School In
a practice game at Kendall Green yester
day afternoon, 66 to a The Buff and Blue
eleven had things their own way through
out the short scrimmage of thirty-minute
halves. The game was a practice one,
and all the footoall rules were not ad
hered to, there being no periods In any
one of the hsUves. The northeast col
legians showed great Improvement,
both on the offensle and defensive, and
several brilliant plajs were pulled otT.
The Kendall Greeners were in the Black
smiths' territory nine-tenths of the time,
Tech not once coming within 3) yards of
their own goal.
Technical kicked off. By a series of
line plunges and end runs Gallaudet had
scored the first touchdown before the
b&ttle had been going four minutes
Moore kicked an easy goal. After this
the collegians played as they pleased,
end twenty-one points had been piled up
to their credit at the end of the first
fifteen minutes of play.
The second half was a repetition of
the first, the oval being carried now and
then for a touchdown. No vsonderful
work was done In any particular depart
ment, but the shoving of Foltz. Rock
well. Moore. Jacobsen, and Kendall on
the offensive sas lmpressle. Farquhar
and Decker did some excellent work on
the defensive side.
y After the real scrimmage Coach Arras
kept both teams on the field for a short
time. The Buff and Blue team, with the
tall, was instructed In the art of circling
the opponents' flanks.
FOR JIM CORBETT
Philadelphia. Oct. 2. "James J. Corbett
has a fighting chance. He passed a good
This announcement as given out at
Jeflerson Hospital to-day In reference to
the condition of the former champion
pugilist, who was operated on last night
The former champion lay at the point
of death all night, but rallied during the
early morning hours, and the hospital at
tendants expressed belief that his strong
constitution would pull him through un
less blood poisoning should develop.
Though the appendix was ruptured be
fore the operation, a condition often
causing fatal peritonitis, the surgeons
hoped that they had done their work
In time to save his life.
Mrs. Corbett. summoned from New
Tork by a message that her husband
was dying, spent the night at the hos
pital, most of the time In her husband's
She broke down and wept several times
as her husband raved In delirium of the
battle at Carson City In which he lost
the heavyweight title to Bob Fltzslm
mons. Physicians believe that the solar
plexus blow which lost him the battle
at that time weakened him so that he
became a prey for the disease. Corbett
was billed to appear here this week at
the People's Theater but today his com
pany was ordered disbanded. Indicating
that the manager believed there was lit
tle hope of tho former champion's re
covery. ALLISON FOOLED.
Tries to Pnss Lajole, bnt Larry
Triples, Naps Winning.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct 2. When Pitcher
Allison tried to pass Lajole to-day the
latter reached out and sent a triple oer
the left fielder's head, driving in two
runs and winning for the Naps. 4 to 3.
Lajole's error in the preceding Inning
had given the Browns one run and jl
chance. Score: -
Bt Louis.. AB H O A E
3 2 Q 0
4 3 3 10
Rtoiall, lb... 4 0 9 11
Pratt. lb.. .. 4 0 0 3 0
Cbmnton. If.. 4 1 0 S 0
Wallace, ss... 4 13 10
Austin. 3b... 3 112 0
Hamilton, p. t 0 13 0
Hendrlx, cf... 3 0 10 0
Oraner. If 10 110
B'mVham, If 1 0 1 0 0
O'Neill, c... 4X310
Blauttng, p.. 3 0 1 1 1
Allison, p.... e u v 1
0 0 0 0
Totals..... -3J 83715 3
'Batted for Hamilton In serenth. '
St. Loots. 0OO0OOI0 0-3
Clereland O1000OO3 0-4
Bans Comptco. Wallace. Chanman. Olson. Laiola.
LBlsniUng Toe-base hit Laioie, Three-base hit
Lajole. Sacnscs sita-chanman, Hendrlx, Olson.
Alexander, Johnston. Doable plays Williams to
Wallace. Graney to Lajote, BUncang to Johnston.
Stolen bases Williams, Chapman. Basts on balls
OS Hamilton. 2; off AlUson, 1. Struck out By
Blsndinc 8: by Auisonr2: br Hamiibwi a Hit
OS Himllton. 5 In f Innings. Left on bases St-
Louhv 4; Clereland.- 5. Tho of game- hours. 4
vwyuss Jkssat vwswaait ssi M away
POOR SHOWING "
IN FIRST GAME
0 Streeters Need Much Improve
ment Before Scholastic Series.
Ilea Cannot Tackle.
EASTEKN WILL BE FAST
By C. W. SWAN.
Central will have, to put a much bet
ter eleven on the field In the high school
series than the one whlclrdefeated Gon
zaga, If Coach Thomas expects to win
the scholastic championship, for the Cen
tral team was ragged to the extreme yes
trday. Fumbles galore featured Its game, while
the line was unable to keep the light
Gonzaga backs from going through.
Stokes, Jones, and McDonough were the
only Central men on the field who ap
peared to know the game at all.
The Gonzaga outfit did not play even
fair high school football, and that It
scored on Central speaks well for the
training It has received at the hands
of "Hip" Dugan. The Central backs
did not start fast lost ground on end
runs, and failed to back up the line.
Tho team Is not as heavy as has been
expected, although this can be accounted
for somewhat by the absence of "Murph"
King, the hustling Central leader.
Eastern WlU Be Fast.
From all reports. Eastern and West
ern will have good, fast teams, and a
fast team, with a few trick plays, could
have beaten Central yesterday, 30 to 0.
When Holland, the Gonzaga end, got
away, he was downed only after a good
gain had been made. Eddie McDonough
brought him to earth twice. The other
time Holland caught a forward pass he
nent across the line for a touchdown.
Coach McCaffrey, of Eastern Is drill
ing his men In the very style of play
which will beat Central, unless the O
Streeters take a much-needed brace,
namely, forward passed and trick forma
tion. The Eastern team promises, to be a good
bit heavier tharl last year, and -with Paul
Cohlll. the fighting little captain, in the
game, will give them all a rub.
Business Plays Saturday.
The Business aggregation will receive
Its tint real workout Saturday at Fifth
Street and Florida Avenue Northeast
when the Buchanan School team lines up
against it Coach Farmer nlll more than
likely use every man on the squad In this
game, ao as to get a good line on them.
While the material at the Rhode Island
Avenue Institution is not of the best
Farmer Is working hard with the men,
and should turn out a better team than
Harry Harris, ho put up such a good
came on end last year for the Stenogra
Ihers, has been shifted to the back field,
and from his work In practice, promises
to be the find of the season Harris Is
fast, a good broken field runner, and a
sure tackier. Farmer Is drilling him In
the art of picking off his man. and the
youngster Is rapidly learning the feature
cf the gridiron game. Testerday he went
ground the ends In great shape, and un
less he is used In quarter, will prove a
good ground gainer In the scholastic se
ries. BRAVES WIN TWO.
Dodgers Onthlt and Outplayed at
Every St aire.
Boston, Oct i The Braves took both
games of a double bill from the Dod
gers to-day, by scores of 8 to 2 and
to 6. The visitors were outhlt and out
plajed at etery stage of the programme.
They seemed to have the second half
clinched until the sixth Inning, when
the Braves drove Allen from the box
with a bunch of blngles. bcores:
Stengel, cf .. 3 0 3 0 1
3 2 2 3 0
4 3 3 0 S
3 0 110
3 0 4 1 0
2b... 3 0 4 2 0
IHubert. lh.. 4 1 10 0 0
Wheat, If.. . 4 0 2 0 B
K'pstiick. 3b 3 0 0 1 J
Tltna- Tf 3 110 1
Hoor, lb ... 3 0 8 0 0
Maranttae. as. 4 3 0 1 0
Rsrinen. c... 4 18 0 0
Tyler, p. 3 0 3 0
nsner. ss.... j a 1 v
Miller, o..... 3 0 1 1 t
Allen, p. 3 0 I 1 0
Stack. p.... 10 0 0 0
Totals ....JO 52110 1
Brooklyn 10100900 0-1
Boston -.. 00000300 l-J
Bona Stengle. Cntshair, Klrke. Titns, flouser
Two-bssa hits Hummel (9, Campbell. Sacrifice
hits Fisher. Deilin. Double plays risher to Cnt
shair to Danbert: Sweeney to Houser. tarft on
bases Brooklyn, 8; Boston. 5. Bases on balls oa
Allen, ; off Tyler, 3. Struck cut-By Tyler. 8.
Hit by pitcher By Buck (Houser). Psssed bsll
MtUer. Wild pitch-Tyler. Umpires-Messrs. La
son and Johnstone. Time of game 1 hour and 35
minutes. Attendance. 500.
Moran. rf..... 6 2 3 0 1
"ampbell. cf.. 5 3 1 0 i
Tlln. Sb ... 3 0 2 3 0
Hweeney, a... j 2 3 j 1
Klrke. If 4 3 2 10
Titns. if 3 2 0 10
Houser. lb.... 4 0 10 0 0
Danbert, lb.. 5 2 5 0 0
K'patriek, 3b 4 1 3 a 5
fisVer, SS....4 14 2 1
Rsriden. c... 4 18 0 0
nnvuer, p... v v
Baa for Xnrln la th smth.
tBattad for Knetser la the ninth.
Brooklyn.. .... IIHII11W
Runs-Moran. Outahav, Stengle. Wheat. Klrk
patrick, Fisher, Campbell. Detlln (2), Sweeney,
Klrke, Titus. UaranTilla, Two-base hlta-Oamp-beD.
Fisher. Kirke Dsnbert. Sscjiflce hit-Sweeney.
Stolen bases Moran. Klrkpatrick. Double
plays Eirka to Sweeney; Fisher to Cutshav. Left
on bases Brooklyn. (; Boston, 5. Bsses on balls
Off Knetxer, 1; off McTlgae. 1; oS Perdue. 2.
Struck out By Knetar. 3: by McTlgne. 5. Passed
bsU-Erwin. Wild rftch-KneUer. Balk Knetnrr.
UmpiresMessrs. Johnstons and Easoa. Attend
Always the Same
See Our Announcement Later,
M. LEVITAX & CO.,
3044 14th St N. W.
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TECK SHOES are made for discriminating men men who
demand original style ideas, the best in wear, and who in
sist upon comfort. The shoe illustrated to-day is a new
Fall "P-B" English effect its lines are clever, a style with the
proper "punch" for Fall wear. .
Teck Shoes in all leathers and styles for every man.
$4 $5 $6 $7
Gloves - Gloves
Oar Fall Mankartan Skirt Stock is now complete. We solicit j-onr Inspection
All the Leading Styles in Stetson Hats.
$1.50 Accordion Knit Ties 65c
12S3 Penna. Ave. N.W. 1422 N. Y. Ave., Evans Building
We Klve Herald (25,000 contest votes.
Walsh. Steps In In Eighth and Holds
Detroit. Mich.. Oct. 2. The White Sox
trimmed the Tigers. S to 5, to-day In a
slapstick combat, but not until Walsh
sat In and took a hand. Clcotte started
tor tho Sox and was slapped for three
runs In the opener. In the third, a high
r-eae by Weaier and Veach's single
fae the Tigers another run. Meanwhile
he Sox tripped in for a pair of runs
in the second and another In the third.
In the fifth and sixth. seen slams netted
five runs and the game. Walsh was sent
In for the eighth when the locals had one
run across, two out, and three on the
Cbicsii. AB H O A E Detroit- ABHOAE
tort. It ... 5 J 1 0 1
Collins, rf... 5 15 0 0 bones, rf 3 1110
Koaie. a... .a isvvii wo.
Barton, lb... t :u I
ZeicVr. 3b ... 4 S : 3 0
WeaVr. ss... i 14 3 2
SulliKn. c .. 4 3 3 1 0
Cierxte. P.. 3 0 0 3 0
I-ourten, . 10 3 4 0
E. OnsW. Ibilllt
J, Onflow, c 3 0 5 3 1
Keener, c. . 0 1 I 0
Jensen, p . 3 0 13 0
Bnehler. p.... 0 0 0 0 0
Monaru .. 110 0 0
Stanacct 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 I 0
Bstted for J Ocstow In the eithth.
tBstud for Jensen in the eishth.
Runs Bath (0. Lord O. Collins. Bodie, ZeMer.
Wearer. Corridon. Jones, Cobb til. Veach. Ift on
bases Chicaso. S: Detroit. Hits made Off Jen
sen. 13 In I innings, off Cicotte. 11 in 1H innings;
off Boehlcr. I In I Inning, off Walsh. llnlHto
nines. Thrw-bsM hit-lord. Donbi lUi-ZeiOrT
to Borton: Onslow to Onslow; Usth to Wearer to
Borton. Firt base on balls-Off Jensen. 4: off Ci
cotte. 3. Struck out-Bx Jensen. 4. bj Boehler. 1;
bj Cicotte. 4. Wild pUches-aeotte. Jensen. Stolen
bsm-Collins, Cobb. Umpires Meats OsVonrhhn
and McGrreTT Time of rirae-S boon and r) min
utes. Attendance 1.500.
A Special Suit
To-day we have, a startling
value in a special Fall Suiting,
f to be made up neat and natty
in the latest Fall Fashion. '
Material, splendid ; fancy
lined to fit you ; a quality that
ilsewhere will cost you $25.
Come in and make a selec
JOS. A. WILNEI & CO.
til Q Street H. W.
We firm Herald S25400
The Leading Southwest
CLOTHES THAT ARE COOL
See ear Iarsre and select stock of
A Mae serfs salt Is always neat
aad Bt far all occasions.
Schwartz & Friedman
geattsweat Leadlaar Tailors.
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MLTMOtE Ml OHIO
October 1 to SI.
SECPIAt. TRAINS leave Union
Station 1:10 and 1:30 p. m. returning
immediately after races.
Full Information at ticket offices,
15th St. and New Tork Ave.: S19 Pa.
Ave, and Union Station. S. B. HEOB.
Dlst. Pass. AtTt. s
uP-B"The Mark of Quality
An Original P-B
Time fo Change
This is the Place.
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The Best and Safest Oun for the
Sportsman Is the
We are selling- many this fall. It Is
a dandy double-barrel, high-class gun.
Come In an see our stock.
GEORGE A. EMMONS.
Successor to Wm. Wagner.
207-2071-2 Pa. Ave. S. E.
We ir.lT Herald T25.000 contest Totem,
W"lth double neck,
collar, and cuff. In
all colors. Reduced
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