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Browns' Win 0
~ Knocks Nats
Ten Thousand Fan* T\
Milan, Who Get* Gold
By JACK XYK.
Lady Luck turned a cold shoulder
to trfs Griffmen as the curtain fell
oa the baseball season yesterday
and left them languishing at the
bottom of the first division.
McBride's ladi romped through an
11-to-t victory over the caretre?
Mack men. and then offered a ?He?l
prayer that the final icore In Detroit
would find the pesky Browns
on the small end.
When it wai learned that the
Cobbmen had succumbed by a decisive
score, there was weeping and
gnashing ot teeth The baa new.
robbed each Grlffman of ISM or
more, which is a Udy sum In this
day and time.
To finish half a game behind third
placc was a sore blow to the team.
which closed with a remarkable
burst of speed. The boys wound up
the season with eleven victor!" out
of their last twelve starts. ?hJch
I, their best performance ofth*
year except for the winning streak
of eleven straight games.
Except for the failure to oust tne
Browns, however, the final game
was a grand and glorious success.
Bis Cisw< Htim Mllaa.
Ten thousand or more fans turned
out to see the wind-up and to pay
homage to Clyde Milan, veteran outfielder,
who completed his four
teenth year with the team.
When Zeb came to bat In the
second Inning the customers^,?e
a. one person and gav.Wm an
ovation. A halt was called '? the
proceedings while opposing
teams gathered around the hero of
the day and Col. C. W. K"t**
rfineer Commissioner of the l>?s
trlct. made the presentation *o**h?
fane. In addition to a fob. hewing
a gold baseball, diamond studded a
testimonial from the fans, over ?.??
In cash and a floral gift were presented
to the popular star.
Zeb posed for the cameramen In
company with Manager McBrlde.
and then showed his appreciation
bv slashing a single to center,
bringing in the first two Washington
Going into the game with the determination
to win or know why,
the Griffs had no time for the usual
lsst-day monkeyshlnes. To the
Macks, however, the game wasn t
such a serious affair, as they had
long since lost hope of leaving the
cellar. In the absence of Connie
Mack, who spared himself the
pleasure of witnessing the final
battle, the visitors performed like
so many schoolboys.
MNTf'i Pltfklif a Joke.
Four errors do not indicate the
extent of their misplays. and on
each bobble the entire visiting
brigade would smile broadly. Roy
Moore, a good left-hander, started
in the box. but his pitching was a
joke Eight bases on balls, three
wild pitches, and two batsmen hit
gives an indication of Ills laok of
control. He was removed In the
seventh to let Keefe finish, and the
youngster did the same in handy
Johnson pitched shutout ball for
lie irst five rounds, and then began
to t?ke It easy. Though touched
uf (?r nine bits and six runs, he
never better when he wanted
to be. He had the Macks swinging
wildly St his fast one, striking out
ten men. which is close to s season's
record. Paul Johnson, Philadelphla
left fielder, distinguished
himself by whiffing four times, falling
to move his bat from his shoulder
In the fourth.
OK.arke Hits Besser.
Stanley Harris and Sam Rice put
In a good day's work by increasing
their stolen base total by two. while
Blaekle O'Rourke secured his third
home run of the season by sending
a long drive to left center In the
third Dykes, of the Athletics, also
cracked a four-sacker, bringing his
total for the eeason to sixteen.
Just to give a little class to the
Whole proceedings. Uncle Nick Altrock
and A1 Schacht. the wellknown
Harp, put on their famoib
interpretive dance, wherein A1 depths
the lovesick shepherd boy and
Nick bis chosen love. As Nick
coyly rebuffed the advances of the
sylph-Uke Schacht. the fans got
their money's worth, and the final
tableau, wherein a dainty kiss Is '
Imprinted upon Nicks browr followed
by complete paralysis of both
participants, was better than that.
How the teams got their scores )
la a long and tedious story, which J
will not be told here. There were
too many walks, wild pitches and
other misplays to make It interest- .
Ing. The score: 1
fhm. Ab B O A| W??h't?a. Ab H 0 A
Wttt.Tf ... 5 0 ? 0 Judse.lb... 4 0 T 0 ]
SrtH.? . 5 2 4 S Harris.2b.. Slit,
PJs.oo.lf 5 0 ? ol Mllss.lf... 4 t * 0
Welsh.cf.. Sit 0 Bice.If.... t 2 1 0
fi.Ilewsy.tb 4 1 0 2lfio.Hs.rf . 10 1#;
Callows;.as 4 12 l|Rhanka.tk.. t 0 0 0 i
Brssil.lb.. t 1 * OlO-Beorke.M 5 1 2 2 ]
Wslker.e.. t 2 t <V Plclnlch.c.. 4 1 10 0 (
Ifooeep... tOO t W Jobnsoa.p t 0 0 2
Keefe.p... J _t J 5 (
Tetals ...!* t 24 t| Tetals ... t2 7 27 7 <
Score by tailing.: ]
Phllsdelphls #0000 1 120- ?
Wsshlsgtoa ., to tOOt 20a?11 <
Ram? Dykes. Gallows;. CsIIots; (2), '
flrastl. Wslker. iodc? (2). Harris (t),
Vilas (t). Rice fieslln. O'Rourke. Wslter 1
Johsso. Errors?D;kes. Callowa;. Brsall. ,
Moere. Hsrrts. Twob.se hlu? Milan. Har
rla. Three-baae hits ? Wslker. Calloway. 1
Hosse rasa?O'Roarke. D;kes ttolft bases 1
?Hsrrfs (21. Rlee l2t Sacrifice hits? 1
It lee. Shank*. Doable plara ? D;kes and ,
Ureal I Left ea heae? -Philadelphia. ?:
Wsshlsgtoe. 10. Base on belle?eg Moore.
*: off Joesaon. 2. Bits?off Moore. Moore.
7 la 124 Instngs: off Keefe. nose is 1 14 i
Innings. Hit b; pitcher?br Moor* (Goslls.
Johsso. > Btnwk oat?b; Moor*. 2; by
Johason. 10 Wild pitches?Moore, t. Passed
hells?Walker Losing ptteber?Mooee. Caplrr*?Nsllla
sad Morsrity. TIM?1:45.
Stanley Harris made a strong bid t
for leading honors In base-stealing ?
when he pilfered twice yesterday, but t
over in Detroit George 81sler was a
spinning around the cushions In dlny f
fashion. Four stolen bases in the
final game give the St. Louis star t
a total of tWrty-four and the leader- i
ship for the season. 1
Harris" teftal stands at thirty-tws t
and places him In the runner-up po- ,
sltioff. Sara Rlee also ended the i
season with a buret of speed. He g
swiped two baaee yesterday and one a
on both Friday and Saturday, giving >
him twenty-two for the season. II
Kid Bowlers Challenge. p
The Oriole Midgets challenge the si
/iinworth Midgets for a bowling match a
at the Recreation alleys on Tues- L
day night at 8 o'clock. Manager C
Joe Drury can be reached through ti
The~Heral? Sports Department L
XT A'S, 11
; out of Money
irn Out to Honor Zeb
Fob, Testimonial, and
iff* Ten Mackmen.
Browns Close Season
By Beating Tigers, 12-3
DETROIT. Oct. Detroit and St.
Loula closed the season here today
with a victory for Bt. Loula by the
score of II to I. Jacobson's hitting
was the feature of the same. The
St. Loo is Ab S Oil Detroit Ab H 0 A
Tobttn.rf .. * 2 0 0 Barnes.2b.. 5 1 4 ?
Kllerbe.Sb. 4 0 J ?Jonss.Jb... 8 112
Slsler.lb.. 5 2 11 1 Shorten.cf.. 4 2 4 0
lacobsuo.cf 5 S I OfVeacb.U... 4 2 ? 0
SeTereld.e. Sit ?lleilmasn.rf 4110
Gerber.se.. 4 2 ? 0 Bloe.lb.... 2 0 10 0 ,
Wetsrl.lf .. 8 14 (1 Herrltt.M.. 4 * ? 2
M 'Manua,2b 4 2 0 SiWoodsU.c. .*110
Dsvls,p 4 0 1 2jCole,? J
Totals... JS 15 27 10| Totals.. ?5 11 21 12
St. LoqIm 2002 1 221 2?12
Detroit 00 0 200 100?#
Run.?Tnbin. Sister HI. Jscobeoa (2).
Brnrfld (21. OeiWr t2). Wetsel. McMsnua.
shorten. Vt-ach. Heilmsnn. Error?Veseh.
Stol?n h?o???Staler (4). Jscobsoa (*). Sererrld.
Two-bale hlta?Tobln, Bsrn.a, Jacobson.
Tbrer-base hits ? \>sch, JlcMsnos.
Bases on balls?off Darts, 2; off Cole. 1.
Struck oat?by Dsrls, S. Wild pitches?
Cole. 2. Tlaie?1:45. Umpires?HUdsbraad
White Sox Pound Tribe
Recruit, Winning, 7 to 4
CHICAGO. Oct. 2.?The home talent
collected Ave rona In the second inning
today?enough to win from Cleveland,
7 to 4. The acore:
Cleveland AbHOA Chics fo Ab H 0 A
Graney.lf.. 5 2 2 0 Johnson.ss.. 4 0 0 0
Wsmby.Sb. 5 2 0 5 Stnink.lf... 4 1B0
Jaml.aon.ct 5 0 2 0 Collins.2b.. S 0 1 4
Smith.rf.. 4 1 t 0 Hooper, rf.. 4 10 0
S'ph'son,2b 3 0 4 3 Sheelr.lb... 2 2 8 1
J.Sewell,ss S 1 0 2 Mo.ttll.ct,. S 1 2 0
Johnson.lb 2 0 0 0 Mullifsn.Sb 3 10 2
USewell.c. 8 0 4 SSchslk.c... 2 18 0
lland'aon.p 0 0 0 0 Yaryaa.c... 10 5 0
Mails.p 2 0 0 1 Wilkinson.p 10 0 1
Mlaaalt. . 1 0 0 0 McWeenj.p 10 10
tFslk 110 0
Totals... 83 0 24 14 Totsls...2? S 27 8
Clevetoad 08000100 0?4
Chicago 05010001 *?7
Runs?Smith. Johnaton. J. Sewell, Stephenson,
Johnson. Hooper. Sheely <2). liostil.
Mnlllgsn, Schsik. Fslk. Errors?J. Sewell,
Collies. Two-base hits ? Hooper, Sheely.
strunk. rslk. Three-bane hit ? MaHifan
Home ran?Smith. SacrlOce hita? Mslllfan,
Varyan, McWeeny. I* Sewell. Stolen bases
?Wsnsbr. Bs.es 00 balls?off Wilkinson.
4- off McWeeny. 1; Mails, 4. Hlt??off
Wilkinson. 1 hit la 2 Innings; off McWeeny.
? hlta la 7 innings; off Hendereoa. 3 hits
In 2 innings; off Mslls. 3 hits la 0 Innings.
Umpires?Owens snd Ktsbs.
Ruth Gets 59th Homer;
Yanks Beat Red Sox
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.?The Yankees.
with a ninth-inning finish that netted
two runs, defeated the Red Sox in the
final game of the 1911 season, 7 to ?.
Ruth goth his 69th homer of season.
Boston Ab H 0 A| New York Ab H 0 A
I Letbold.cf. Sit ojmiler.cf... 5110
Pittinger.3b 4 ? 0 4 Peck,as..., 4 2 2 1C
Pritt.2b.. 4 2 1 S Rotb.lf. ... 4 2 1 C
Mrlaois.lb 5 1 11 ojMeasel.rf... 4 0 0 C
J.Colin*.rf 4 1 4 01 Pi pp. lb 4 0 15 0
Bath.If-cf. 5 2 0 0|Ward.2b... 2 1 ? 8
Scott,ss... 4 2 0 ?| McNally.8b 4 2 11
Cbspltn.c.. 1 0 5 0 DeTonner.c 4 2 8 0
Fullertoa.p 4 0 1 0 8hawke7.p. 10 0 1
Naltake.lf. 0 0 0 0 W.Collias.p 1 0 0 (
Plercy.p.... 10 0 1
Pewster,2b. 10 13
tBaker 10 0 0
SHawks.... 0 0 0 0
Total*... 34 8*25 It Totals .... 8S 10 27 19
One out when winning run scored. tBatBostoa
New York 02S000Q0 2?7
Runs?Pitt infer, Prstt, McMsnus (2), J.
Cellini. Bush. Miller (2>, Peck, Rath. Wsrd,
McNslly, DeTonner. Errors?Peck, Ruth,
Wsrd. Two-bsie hits?McNslly <2>. Deror 1
mer (2). Mclaals. Peck. Three-base hits?
Prstt, Bush. Home run ? Ruth. Stolen
bases ? Ruth. Plttinger. Double plsys^Peck
to Wsrd to Plpp (2). Struck out?by
fthswkey, 1; by rullertoa, 4; by Plercy, 1.
Bsses on balls?off Shswkey, 8; off W. Collins.
3; off Fullerton. 2; off Piercy, 3. '
Umpires?Wihten, Cbill and Connolly. At- 1
JAMAICA ENTRIES. j
First Raee?For 2-year-old fillies; 1
five and a half furlongs: Confusion, 1
103; Emotion, 120; Citation, 110; !
Wishbone, 112; Mary Patricia, 120.
Second Race ? Claiming; for 3year-olds
and upward; one mile and
a sixteenth: Frank Fogarty, 106; |
Favour, 118; Orderly, 121; Flypa- I
per, 109; Salute, T09; Frlzlet, 106; |
Burley, 107; Royal Jester, 107; *
Grundy, 109; Challenger, 112; La
Kross. 112; Queen Blonde. *111; 1
Rockport, 112. 1
Third Race ? For 2-year-old 1
maidens; five and a half furlongs: 1
Commander McMeekin, 115; Pretty J
Lady, 112; Castleton, 115; Hephals
tos, 115; Reparation, 115; Venixelos,
116; My Play. 115; Finality, 115; :
Blue Brush, 115; Fltzgibbon, 115. ^
Foartk Raee?The Gowanus Selling
Stakes; $2,000 added; for 8-year- j
Dlds and upward; one mile and a j
sixteenth: Crystal Ford, 102; Ed- j
vlna, 108; Ralco. 106; Naddam, 101; i
?lren Maid. 100; Sedgefleld, 100: <
Devastation. 110; Tody, 102; Thun- (
lerclap, 116. c
Fifth Raee?Claiming; for 3-year- *
>lds and upward; 1 mile and sev- 1
?nty yards: Dark Hill, 111; Rep, 107; *
Diomedes. 113; Court View, 107; s
?rack O'Dawn. 107; Wynnewood,
116; Sea Sinner. 113; St Isidore. 116. J
Sixth Race ? Handicap; for S- ;
rear-olds and upward: six furlongs: \
)rcus, 100; Dream of the Valley, j
22; Last Straw, 126; Bon Homme, (
08; Dimmesdale, 119; Sea Cove, 2
07; Rep. 107; 8tar Court 105: Billy j
vfcLausrhlin, 122; Esquire. 100. T
Weather clear; track fast. >
Vational Women's Golf 5
Tourney Starts Today ?
DEAL, N. J.. Oct. 2 ?Nearly (200 J
somen, the largeet neld of golfers I
hat ever entered such an event, will
>egin tomorrow a spectacular coneat
to keep the national women'! 1
rolf championship In the United *
Of the 200, however, the chief tn- '
erest centers In the play of Cecil J
>eitch, Bri'lsh woman champion. J
sinner of the Canadian title, and
he principal contender from overeae,
and that of Aiexa "Stirling, j
he Atlanta girl who haa been au- t
rem In this country, but who met j
efaat when she attempted to wrest ,
(laa Ueitch'a title from her on Eng- j
ah aoll. . ),
Mlaa Stirling hasn't the driving e
ower of the English woman, but
he haa accuracy on the greens which c
lay- go far toward overcoming Mlaa a
eltch's advantage. Her defeat In 9
anada. following the dlaaatroue C
tp abroad, however, hu road* Mlaa G
?ltch the natural favorite.
TO 6, BU
League Standings. |
W L. PC. W. L. PC.
S.w York. 98 OS .941 B-M. ... T# ?T
Dlmlaad. M 00 . lOD.lwlt-... ""IS
It. Louis. . 91 7i 327 CWttW... ? M **
(Tuk'toD. 80 73 .321 PklU M 190 .$<6
Wmhinf too, Ui PbllU.IH>l?. .
Ntw York. T| BMW. 9.
Chlofo. T; Cto**U?d. ?.
Bt. Laak,' 13; 0?tn>?. ?
W L. PC. W. L. PC.
New York S4 59 .9M Btookljo. 77 75 .307
Pittsburgh 90 99 .38* <1orl..*ti 70 M AM
t. Lools.. 87 M 1M rhlctfo 94 ?
Bootoo 79 74 .919 PblU ?I 109 .831
Chicago, 7?7; Ciadaaatl, 5?0.
(PIrot game 12 lanlw?>
Brooklyn. 7; Sew York. 4.
Pittiburfb. 4; St. Louli. 4.
(Second game ralla^off; rain.)
ELKS WIN DISTRICT
Rout Gibs in 2 Gaines, 12-1,
and 13-5; Win 3 Straight
In Championship Series.
The Elks, champions of the Fraternal
League, yesterday added the
championship of the District to
their string of titles when they defeated
the Gibraltar A. C. in two
games at Union League Park. Both
games were routs, the first affair
ending 13 to 1 and the second 13 to
6. The final game gave the Elks
their third consecutive victory over
Patterson held the Gibs to but
two hits In the first game, while
the Elks hit Shoemaker. Beamer and
Watson at will, garnering fifteen
binglee. In the nightcap Owen was
nicked for three h|ts. while his
team mates collected -nineteen safeties
off Ballinger, star of the Gibs'
Pirates Beat Card?, 4-3,
Clinching Second Place
1ST. LOUIS. Oct. 2.?Pittsburgh
clihched second place here today by
trimming the Cardinals, 4 to 3. Cooper
outpitched Pertlca, Bailey and
North. The frame was played In a
driving rain and . was won in the
eighth when Crarley Grimm singled,
scoring two runs. Hornsby did not
get a hit and falls below the .400
mark for the season. The score:
Pittsburgh AbH OA Bt. Loots AbH OA
M*Tills.M. . 5 0 0 X Xinn.rf 5 2 2 0
Carey.ef... 4 8 8 0 Foamier,rf. 4 2 11 A
Whltted.lf. 4 0 4 o Stock.8b. .. 4 2 12
Roberson.rf 4 10 0 Hornsby.2b 4 0 1 R
Tierney,2b 8 2 8 2 Schults.rf.. 4 1*0
Ba-nhsrt.8b 4 2 12 Mf Henry If 8 8 2 0
4*rlmm.lb. 8 17 0 Lavnn.ss... 2 0 8 1
Schmidt.c. 4 0 8 0 Clemons.c.. 8 14 0
Cooper.p.. 4 10 0 Pertlca,p.. 0 0 0 0
Rslley.p.... 10 0 1
Nertk.?.... 2 0 0 1
Alnsmith.. 10 0 0
TotsU... 8ft 10 2T T Total*.. .. 30 11 27 15
Batted for Bailey in fifth.
Score by Innlnf* :
Pittsburgh 2 000 00 0 2 0?4
St. Louis 00002010 0?8
Runs ? Carey, Whitted. Robertaon (2),
Fournler, McHenry. I a ran. Error?Ramhart.
Three-base hit?Foornler. Sacrifice
hits ? Schults. Stolen b*?es ? Robertson,
Carey. Double plays?Maranville to Tierney
to Orimm (2); Bailey to Hornsby to
Fonrnler: North to Lavan to Foornler. Rfcies
on ball*?off Bailey, 2; off Cooper. 5; off
North, 2- Struck out?by Pertlca, 1; by
Rialey, 2; by Cooper, 8; by North. 1.
Pitching record?off Pertlca. 4 hits and 2
runs in 2-8 inning; off Railey, 1 hit and no
runs In 4-18 innings. Left on bases?Pittsburgh.
S; St. Louis, 12. Time?1:06. Umpires?Klein,
McCormlck sd O'Day.
G. W. V. Player Has
Tackle Hart with a dislocated |
shoulder was the only casualty
imong the George Washington football
players upon their return from
Charlottesville. Coach Quigley reports
the rest of his men in fine
nhape and expects them to be primed
Tor the game with Western Maryland
at Union League Park, Fifteenth
?nd H streets, next Saturday. The
Hatchetltes showed a strong defense
against Virginia, despite the onetidedness
of the score, holding the
Drange and Blue four times within
the 20-yard line.
Pint Race?Purae $1,400; clalmng;
3-year-olds and up: si* furongs:
Big Son. 193; Tom Norris, 104;
Sandy Land. 105: May Flower, 106;
Poster Embry, 107; Sam Reh, 107;
3orham, 112; Wise Man, 112; Col.
Taylor, 112: Harry Burgoyne, 112:
Black Watch II. 112; Peasant. 112;
Tacobean, 102; West Side. 10S; Ed.
garrison, 107; Winchester, 103; Llb>rty
Maid. 105; Twinkle Blue, 100.
Second Race?Purse $1,400; clairang;
2-year-olds; maidens; fillies;
furlongs: Braas Taoks, 110:
Karlmba, 110; Quality, 115; Evening
Stories, 115; Who Can Tell, 116;
"harllne. 115: Moonwlnks. 116;
2anny Lady. 115; Asia. 115: Plaulella,
115; Bittern Neg, 115: Humaniarlan,
115; Royce Hoffman. 119:
bartered. 115 Bashful. 115: Beautiul
Dream. 115; Tidy, 110; Foreitall.
Third Race?Purse $1,400; elaimng:
3-year-olds: one mile and a sixeenth:
Grace Daugherty. 97; Brltah
Liner, 100; Harp o' the North,
0; Old Faithful. 100; Doyle. 100;
ilay Rodlne. 101: Countess, 101;
>mer K., 101: Mavehona. 105: Dantig.
101; Blarney Stone, 110; Ace.
10; Eleanor S.. 107; Loveliness. 97;
'anwell. 104: Da'nty Lass. Ill; The
Virginian, 190; Montlllo, 100.
Fearth Race?Purse $1,309; allownces;
3-year-olds and u?: the Black
'oney Handicap; one mile and a
Izteenth: Secret Greetings, 99;
Ldonie, 193; Peace Pennant. 194;
oyett, 107; Klnburn. 101; Marjorle
lynes. 104; Bit of White. 110; Rangoon.
Fifth Raee?Purse $1,(00; aliowLpces;
Tne Raceland; 3-year-olds
md up; six furlongs; aMarcella
toy) 96; aAce High, ??; Centimeter,
9: Lady Madcap. 198; Westwood.
11 :DarJeellng. Ill: Bullet Paoof.
11; American Ace. Ill: Peter Piper,
11. aApplegate and Jones entry.
Sixth Race?-Purse $1,500: allow,
acea; 3-year-olds; (lilies; alx furongs:
Winding Through, 104: Lady
kstor. 104: bBonus, 104; bPumpa.
04; Llna Clark. 104: Omnipotent.
4: Birdie O.. 104; Precious Lula,
04; College Olrl, 104: Martha Fal>?,
112. bQreentree and T. P. Hayes
?*?slk Rase ? Purse $1,490;
lalmlng; 2-year-olds; one mile ana
half: Rama, 92: Homeward Bound.
J; KingfUheY. 9*; J. C. Stone, 101apiUI
City. 193; Gourmand. 10sT
losy Lad. Ill; Klmpalong. 111.
WeatherHclear; track fast.
T" LOSE Tl
New York Fan
Giants Have Already So
r weitirook PEULin. 17
NETW YORK. Oct. i?New York in i
dolDK an imitation of a man holding I
his breath from Sunday night uoin *
3 o clock of the Wednesday after.
h?? ever done yet so f,r as the ?
?v.^' V,?reCOrd* Krnrn th? POPfn
e*Pr??<lons seen *
wher. *V" ,and dellc?'e?ena.
where New York apends Sunday '
evenln* New York eeems about to
t! 0r, but you nev?r ?n *
tell. There s reserve power In a
^Swdlne" out of ,,ot ma- 1
chine?. There ha* to be. fio xew
Jork may come through to Wedne?- *
day afternoon and the world series
without blowing: up like a $9 tire on
* nlne-in-famlly flivver
,KThDr*. W~re ,bout 16 000 People at '
tir v.? u <?rOUnd* tod-y watching
! 2y WUh the Red So*. of 1
slor? tV eomewhat tarnlahed
Tl>ey were aomewhat like
16.000 mourner, juat settle round
the p?rlor waiting for the insurance *
man to arrive with the cheque on
Slrtu?.' ?TiIh' de,r ^eparted'a de- >
parture. They aat there with lips
compressed and angers interlaced. 4
,?me sort of a ball game
2I,J?,?VU.th *olnr on out ?>? 1
fleld. but theae legatees preserved
a decent outward reaped for the i
memory of the regular baseball 5
season that had left New York aa 1
aole heir to the undivided whole o:
a regulation, cork center world
Miller Hugglns. manager of the '
Yank a. brought hia team through to
the pennant in apite of opposition
within hia club almoat aa strong aa
that offered by the Indiana. There I
waa a time during the summer cam- 1
palgn when Hugglns, suffering from I
painful illness, almost lost his. Job. i
The Yanka, under the management I
Of Roger Peckinpaugh, had won 1
nine straight games, and some of J
the players wanted Hugglns *
dropped becauae they said he wasn't 1
a smart baseball man. However, If 1
Hugglns had been a John M*Graw, J
he would have licked or fired some '
of the famous young men to whom (
he now gives all the credit for the "
winning of the pennant. Hugglns '
Is a retiring little fellow off the .
field, not a good mixer, and not a
dominant or driving personality.
The Yanks and Giants are distinctly
individual ball clubs. No
manager ever handled a team quite i
as John McGraw runs his Giants.
But after all they play as a team, 1
whereas the Yanks are notorious as 1
individual stars, depending more J
on the power of their attack than !
on pitching to win ball games. j
The Giants have sold onjt all their 1
share of the reserved seats for the I
series, but the Yanks are still fill
lng orders. However, the upper
stands and bleachers do not go on i
sale until the morning before the i
Reds Beaten Twice
By Cuba, 7-5, and 7-0 J
CINCINNATI. Oct I --The home
team dropped both ends of a doubleheader
today. 7 to 8 and 1 to 0. the
latter pastime. being called in the fifth, t
wWle the first went twelre Innings, r
The scores: c
FIH8T GAME. t
Chicago. Ah H P A Cla'tl. Ab H P A J
Fiaek.rf... ? 4 5 OiBohne.Sb .. ? 2 3 5 t
HoM'cher.M 4 11 4|Kopt.ss 5 1 > 1 J
Terry,2b... <11 6|tiroh,3b.... 5 115.
Desi.ab.... 4 0 4 5|Re<nh.cf .. ? 2 5 ( '
Sullivan.If. a 0 1 0|n.ubertlb 9 Oil 1 .
Malsel.cf.. 4 10 0|Bre..ier.rf. A 0 3 0
EellsOer.lb 4 ill 0|Dus?n.lf. . 5 2 2 ? 0
O'hmlU. 5 3 6 2n.rgrnre.e. 5 8 8 s 9
Freeman.p. 2 10 2|Rlxey,p 2 0 0 2
Jone.,p ... 3 10 aiiKlmmlrk 1 0 0 0 t
Msrkle.p... 2 0 0 0 1
Total... 41 14 M 211 Total... 47 H 80 la !
x Bat ted for Bixej ia seventh. ,
Roore by inninfii: J
V ooo 300 110 002-7 '
Cincinnati A 000 110 210 000?5 ?
",~H<,lloc,'?r- Terry, Del. Kelleber "
!J!' *>?es. Koof Grok, Duncan I
(2). Hargrare. Error. ? Freeman. Kopf.
Two-haw hit.?Rou.b, Kelleber. Hartrare.,
opf. Three-baae hft. ? O'F.rrell, Bohne, "
HoUocher. Oroh. Double play?Grob to D>u- i
bert. Sacrifice.?M.l?el, Kelleber. De.1, 1
noiiochor (2). Struck out?By Freeman. 2; '
bT llM'' *' >/ Markle. 2. 1
ll?Tntmiti, 1; Off' Jone., 1
5- W?F. ?; off Markle, 1. Wlnnln*
pitcher. Jone.; loilng pitcher., Markle. Off
Freeman?2 ron., 4 bio la Ave Inning.;
off Jone.?3 run., 7 hit. In ween Inninf.;
u ' ' "' * hit. In MT.n Inning.;
off Markie-3 run., ? bit. in are Inning..
zf on base.?Chicago. 6; Cincinnati. ?.
Time 2 20. rmpire.?Holme, and Quifley.
Chicago. Ah H P A Cla'tl. Ah H P A
TwontW'.rf 2 # > 0iBobne.2b... 2 12 3
F?">h'r ~ 2 1 ? OfCnae,..,.. 2 0 0 J
SglllTaa.lf. 1 0 0 0!Klmmick.3h 2 112
J 2 S -IRofan.cf... 2 0 0 ?
wel,ab.... a 0 1 OlDauhert.lb 2 18 0
121 Jl3re?.ler,rf. 2 0 0 0
Mslo?l.ef.. 8 1 2 0|r?i?e,a.|f.. 2 I 2 tl
Kelleber,lb 8 ft 4 0|Doaglas,c . 2 0 2 (
0-Farrell.e 2 2 8 -'(CUrke.p .. 10 0 0
Yort.p.... 0 0 0 Of "
Total... 23 ?la 0| Total... 17 4 IS 7
Score by inning.;
Chicago. 00 700?7
Cincinnati qq flpft g
(Called account d.rkneM.)
Run.?Hollocher. Klagwan. Deal, Marriott.
MalMl. O'Farrall, Cheore. Error*?
gimmick (2). Two-baae hit? M.iwi Throebo.ehlt-v.rriett.
Don Me ptay?Klaimlck
to Daubert. struck out?By Cbeerea. 2: by
Tork, 1; by Clarke. 1. Bawa on ball.?Off
Clark. 2. Winning 'Pitcher?Cbeerea. Off
York?S0 run., 1 hit In one Inning. Left
on bases?Chicago. 3; Claclonatl. 2. Time
:58. Umpire.?Quifley and Holme*.
Quincy Wins Opener.
The Quincy A. C. eleven opened
Its season yesterday with an easy
victory over the National A. C. by
50re of 24 to 9. The plunging Z
of Heard and Klatta featured.
a* Them Up!
CHAS. E. MILLER. Iae.
Formerly Miller Bros.' Anto .apply Hoom.
P?ets harth sf H
nine of .Series
Id Out Their Share of
k? Still Filling Or- '
Trackman's Selections, j
Second R?ec?Orderly, Gmndy.
*TklN Rare?*y Way. Rcpnmtlon.
Fourth Rare?Thunderclap, T#4r.
Fifth Rue*? Ulnrfn, Cr?e* '
lawn. Sen Sinner.
Sixth Rnee?Drrnn of th? Valley,
.aat Straw, Billy IcLnif^lto.
Flrat Rare? Harry Burgoyne, Tew
lorrta. Big San.
Second Rn?* ? Mnrlush?? Anla,
Third Rare?Are, Oner K., Rinriry
Fourth R nee?Rangoon. Rlt of
%'hlte, Mnrjorle Hynea.
Fifth Raee?Lndy Rndeep, Aaerenn
Sixth Race?Martha Fallon, Linn
lark. Birdie G.
Seventh Rnee-<llnMl*M. Glpay
rrimes Wins 22d Game
3y Beating Giant*, 7 to 4
NEW YORK. Oct J.?Fifteen
houaand fans wltneiMd the closing
[kmc of the i?ion between Brookyn
and New York today*
New York Ab H 0 A Brooklyn Ab H 0 A
Snrna.cf. .12 0 1 Olaoa.2b. .. 4 2 0 S
Wham.cf 2 1?0 J?bnaton.?D 4 0 4 2
lancroft.aa 4 0 J 0 Griffith.*.. 4 1 1 0
Uhrelber.aa 1 0 0 0Wbeat.lt... ? 1 I ?
rrlwb.Sb.. S C ? 1 Selaa.lf.... 1 0 ? 0
ioDf.Sb 2 0 0 2 Myera.rf .. 4 ? 2 0
fount.rf. I J 2 OHrtaMDit.lb 4 17 4
Itengel.rf. 2 11 0 jaarrtna,.. 3 0 2 4
telly, lb... 2 0 7 o*IIIer.< . 0 s Jonaalea
lb 1 1 4 0 6rlan.p... 10 4 1
ieuael.lf.. * 1 1 0
Irowa.lf.. 2 110
la wit aa ,2b 4 1 2 4|
I'Cartby.2b 0 0 0 1!
Imlth.r 2 12 0
laatoa.c... 2 0*0
<ehf.p... 2 0 0 2;
Ihea.P- . v 10 0 0
tran.p. ... 0 # o It
Coaaolly 10 0 0
Totala.. . 40 U 24 ll| Totala.. *0 (t 27 1#
Batted for Shea is eighth.
Rear, by Inalnga;
tew York lOOOJOOO 0?4
Bane? Buraa. Ftl.rh (2>. Young. Wheat,
lyern (2). Rchmandt (2). Grime, (SI. Erora?Bchrelber,
Smith (2). Gaaton. Shea.
11.on, Johnaton. Wheat. Twobeae Mta?
luraa, Olaon. My era Three baae bit*?
roans. Scbmandt Stolen baaea ? Toimg.
dyers. Sehmandt. Crimea. Racrlflce hit*?
Killer DouW ptdya? Bawling a to Kelly;
Eopf to Bawling, to Kelly. Left on baaea<ew
York, 11; Brooklyn. 2. Baae. on balla
-off Nehf. 1; off Shea. 1; off Crimea, S.
ItruA oat?by Nehf. 1; by Shea, 2; by
?yan. 1; by Crimea. 5. Hit*?off Nehf. 5
n4 lnnlnga; off Ryaa, none Is 1 Innlag;
* Shes. S la 8 Inalnga. PaaaeO baU?Miller
XMlg pitcher?Shea. Time?1:?7. Cmpire,
-Bart and Blgler.
Brentwood'8 Win Streak
Broken by Knicks, 9-6
The Brentwood A. C.f which up
o Saturday lustily boasted of & winilng
streak of thirty games, called
n the Knickerbockera yesterday at
he "Hollow." Just a social call,
'ou know. They sent their card in
o Mister Kearney on a stiver tray,
oe sent it back?on the same sll'er.
* All orer said card were nunerous
pencil marks' and among
hem. standing out like a single star
.n a stormy night, were the figures
All of which means that the winting
streak was ended. Fact Is,
Ceamey's Knicks trounced the owntr*
of the aforementioned "thirty
traight," 9 to 5, and if one believes
oe. did it with almost unbelievable
On account ,
, HOLIDAY |
October 4th to October 29th
Fint Rue at 1:45 P. M.
Special trains lenve Union
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13>25, 12i8S ?s4 12i4t P. M. ench
*?y. returning Immcdlntely
, nfter the mcee.
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mi market condition,. and rerlew,
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If ;? eaa Bare sad iareat any amonnt.
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PLAY FOR SINGLES
NET TITLE TODAY
Charest Meets Yencken or
Dumbarton Courts (o Settle
Arthur Yencken and Clarent?
Charest, victors in their respectiv*
brackets over the largest *n<J
strongest field In the history of local
tennis, will meet at 2 o'clock
this afternoon on the Dumbarton
Club courts to settle ihe singlei
championship of the District.
Both men are masters of backcourt
stroking, fairly form dable al
the net and court generals of a higl
order. The winner must capture
three out of five sets, and it is nol
improbable that the match will g<
the limit before a decision i<
By defeating Miller and Seldef
yesterday. 6?2. 9?7. Jack Dudley
and Yencken advanced to the doubles
semi-final round, where thej
will face Charest and Gore. Thit
gives promise of being the best dou?
bles match of the tournament.
Men's doubles, third round?Dudley
and- Yencken defeated C. Dowc
and Benton, S?0, ?3.
Fourth round ? Dudley an<3
Yencken defeated Miller and S.-lden,
Mixed doubles, preliminary round
?Miss Selden and Carr defe*te<
Miss Hicks and Tryon. $?4, 7?S
First round?Miss Wakeford ant
J. Dudley defeated Miss McCallutr
and Graves, 4? . .6?2, %?3.
Tigers Win Two.
The LeDrolt Tt*er? yeslerd&v closed
the'r acaaon with a double victory.
beatlns the Oriental Tigers, S
to t and * tc 3.
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