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2 WITH ms SPEED
Scratch Hit and One Sinffe
all McGrawites Can
J- Garner From Yank.
?t cwmuM* frtm W On*.
oa bAll than ki could I#t ovar
\ tha plate. Tha wiry aouthpaw
* hid everything bat control. Hla
speed fairly flaabed and hla curve
ball dipped at unhittable anglM.
bat the conftnad llmlta of tha
Plata ware too email to eo***r
that much pitching genius. He
h?ld tha aYnkeea to thraa nita.
and two of theae were flabby a?
putty. But hla brilliancy waa overshadowed
by hla keen dealre W P?t
everything he had tnt oeyery ball he
threw In the courae of the combat
N>hf Issued alx paaaea. and aoma or
theae were lumped where onl' *P*r'
taeular support by Frank Frlach
carried hl-n ov,r the yawnlnK dltc^
After Nehf had passed two men
, m the flrat. Frlsch wrecked a Tan
I kee rally by nailing a line drive
} bj Meuael that rame near tearlog
hla han's apart. A*VVVr thfrd.
cad With PIPP ruahlne for third.
FTl^fh du* u?> * emoklng rrounder
from McNally> bat and tben half
way off hla feet and the runner
lrat-at flrat. by a backward drive
that would have done credit to one
of tha seven bounding Gordon.,
forced Plpp out of 1'"' "" th?
trt the bag. Thia tn
play of the day. one of the
nUyi of world aeries history that
will hold its place In the future
Frtaeh Diwpa "* ? TijAfter
all thia. In the eighth inning
ironical fate, with ita grip
unon puny human destiny, aent
Frlsch scampering under an Infleld
fly that coat hla matea two runs ana
taat closed the gate upon GUat
hopes for good and all. It waa in
this inning that Peck hol'ted h^'
Infield fly between Nehf and
St Frlsch, alwaya anxious to
serve, left his territory to Jiandle
the olay. when, to the astonishment
of the 40.000, the ball popped out or
& waiting hands, and Peck waa
afe at first. Ruth forced Peck, but
Meusel's loeig single drove the Babe
lundto third, jrhere he -co-ed on
aa Infleld out. It was after thla that
Mousel.*yearning for personal eon
tact with Earl Smith, dashed In f r
th? oiate But Smith wrecked the
impending drama by ''**
ball to bound twenty feet away a.
ileusel placed the third and Anal
run in its proper niche.
without leaving a dent or tearing
off a splinter Seven of their bes.
men have to make their first hit.
Hums. Bancroft. Toung. Kelly, Meuset.
Snyder and Smith have all been
held in complete subjugation with
Frisch and Rawilnea In possession
ha seven Giant hits. In addition
to this epochal pitching of Mays
and Hoyt. some idea of the gran ta
wall qualities of the Tankee a*'*"*
can be Rained from a brief '"Motion
of the infleld play of Peck ana
Wat/5 These two premiers have accepted
no less than thirty-three
chances without a slip of any sort.
Wud alone has handled nineteen
plays without a bobble. The tip that
Peck and Ward were to be outplayed
by Bancroft and Rawilngs
has been hammered Into a threecornered
lump, for the two former
ap to date have risen to heights
that Evers and Tinker or Barry and
Collin? could not have surpassed.
Evea Yaskees Fall <? Hit.
Tfce Yankees, on their own hook,
have not been hammering down any
fences A close inspection of the
woodwork around the Dark shows
no splintered planks. They have
only- run down four clean blows in
the two afternoons. The Babe has
get to hit for his flrst extra base,
tut with four passes the two
*amee. Giant pitchers have crabbed
his burly style The Yanks have
gotten the double jump without hitt.ng
ai all. They have closed out
two-flfths of the distance to go by
s far stronger defense than the
Giants have shown and by a smaller,
more daring attack on the baaea
The team supposed to be composed
of heavy-footed sluggers, depending
exclusively on the big blast for
victory, haa suddenly turned and
played a series of inside rings
against one of the smartest teams
in the game.
They have stolen Ave bases to
tnelr rivals on*, and two cf th^se
Included a l*r!tg pillage ">f
hamesteai. *- *
have b*f*n the ones wh-? took thv
chance, who frrced the issue. Thev
have been talcing Glint trenches
under the eover .f machlne sun flr?
rather than thro igh the protec.lon
of 'te ti? t-arr.isr. On altark they
fire ha<l little to work with, but
they have run a brace of offensive
shoestrings into a pair or seagoing
Jfehf Lwn O.i Gaiae.
It fell to N'ehf. in spite of hla
L versatile play, to toaa away his own
nine For three Innings he haa
crushed th? Yank attack, -n the
fourth Ward arrived on a
single where a half wild pitch
bounded from his bat to right. McVally
followed witn a sharp tap to
th? box The stage was proper r
ret for an easy double play. But
In his hurry to close out both men.
Nehf drew Bancroft off the bag at
rovut-On Thursday. October ?. 1921.
St S:10 p. m at Ms r^tdence. 1122
Irrins ?ti*et sorthw.?t. THOMAS W..
t?1o.rd birtud of the lste Virginia O.
Fowler, In Oi. With rear of Ms sge.
Fna.r.1 from Ms tat. retfdeac. Sunday.
October #. 1921. St 2:? p. Si. lsterment
at fljeawood. M*
gXXTH ? Sndd.al' <m W.dsewl.r. October
S 1921. st 9 p it Atlsstle City.
N. J.. W HAMILTON" SMITH, of 1511
Twesty-Mcond street northwest, Wssh.
ingtoa. D. C-, belo.Ml hasbssd of gltss'.beth
Pusersl st ! o>lork Sstardsy.
October ?. 1921. Scottish Bite Cathedral.
4*3 Third street northwest. R.TO.lBi
Spssrss I'ndertsMB* Psrlor. 120? H
street sorthwwt. satli Ssturdsy moratag.
Appropriate Funeral Tokens
Code Bros. Co. 1214 F St
Prompt aaxo dcllrvrr ?er^<e.
GEO. C. SHAFKhK ^ ,* ?
EirtWIVE FLOR KM- PhoM M
itfVH at MODgRATV PBICK8. 241S-17-U
M a g a z i n
IN REDUCING I
Meeting of Emergency1
jug to Be Sign
Speedy location of worn for tne
7,WO reported unemployed in WashIngton
will be urged by Commissioner
Rudolph when the emergency
unemployment committee, composed
of presidents and three members
each of civic organisations.
In the Board Room of ths District
Building this morning. .
Commissioner Rudolph declared
second, and Bancroft In turn drew
Kelly from the bag at first.
Eighteen Innings without a rua
is no highway to world series triumph.
A weak attack and a spotty
defense are hardly calculated to get
by a ball club that has every hoof
on the ground, working Its way
through every open rift. It has
been charged that th* centerfleld
crowds have blurred the vision of
both sets of batting eyes but the
astonishing part of Uie story Is that
the Yankees, with their main asset
removed, have seised their opponents'
ammunition and Issued It to
win two games in a row. Unless
Fred Toney can outpltfh Bob
Shawkey tomorrow the Ulants will
be too far out In the barrsn lands
to havs any hope of rcnoue. It Isn't
to be expected that every Giant
nltcher can Jam a mask forever over
such batting eyes as Ruth and Meuael
carry, but In the same vein.
Mays and Hoyt have set a terrlffic
pace for Bob Shawkey to follow.
The time Is about ripe for both
clubs to begin the expected fusillade
for the batting lull ao far has
been unusual, even for a world
series show, where the batting sys
Is often clogged with dust.
The packed stands of today and
the return of a few fanatical
squawks have begun to throw a
glow of color over the occasion.
faiiluuukli la urowlBK.
The liit Town still considers It
a strictly family affair, with all
applause divided, but there are signs
of keener partisanship in sight
that may lead to the vocal
cataclysm of an old-fashioned October
show. There is no hometown
leeling among the athletes
Involved, as even tamlly friendliness
is soon dispersed' by a 60-40
split of a record gate. The barking
on the field and in each rival
coop was far louder today than
th?- day before, as the keen pursuit
o! the winner's end developed
growing warmth. At one spqt today
Charlie U'Lcary's quivering nostrils
detected the faint odor of resin on
the ball at a distance of sixty
yards, forcing Kehf to take up a
new missile after Umpire Moriarty
nfcd taken an official sniff. This
Shows to what miraculous extent
any one of the human species can
tx develloped where the fragrant
odor of kale is involved.
Outside of the ball game the two
leading featurs were Uov. Miller's
marchc across the Held while flanked
by the two colonels and headed
by the band. This and the presentation
of a chest of silver to
Capt. Pecklnpaugh from unknown
admirers, unknown, at least, so far
as our sector of the press coop
was concerned. The gallant captain
accepted the gift with a stately
bow. after which he applied the
usual amount of moisture to the
! f'lovs and went upon his way In
I the general direction of the business
to handled before sundown.
Washington and Lee
I LEXINGTON. Va.. Oct. AuthorI
Itles at Washington and Lee Unlver\
sity this year are giving especial atI
tentlon to the enlargement of the
I engineering department.
This deportment, formerly the
\ school of engineering in Washington
College, wss established in 1S6S by
Gen. Robert E. Lee. The flrst professor
In charge was Col. William Allan,
who had been chief ordnance officer
In the Second Corps of the Army of
Northern Virginia. Col. Allan was
followed by Gen. Custls Lee. who was
later succeeded by Prof. D. C. Humphreys.
whose death last winter ended
a long and successful term of office.
(\ Filing Cabii
fittings, and atti
in dark olive-gree
Let us show y<
fine, steel cabinet
| OFFICE E<
found where bt
712 13& St N.W.
Featuring an Outdoors ?
rePage of autumn sports, a H
Fashion Page with latest Ita
American and Parisian
creations and a page of ?
I ^ prominent women in Re- 1
1 ^ publican affairs.
Committee This Mornal
yesterday that he would net u||ttt
the courae to b? followed by th*
committee, but would emphasise
the neceaalty of earlnr for th? unemployed
before the situation become*
aa aerloua la thla city aa It
President, of the organisations
met In Commissioner Rudolph's office
Wedheeday, but poatponed permanent
organisation until thla
mornlnc. The organisation heads,
who will meet with three other
members of each of their bodies,arc:
Thomas Bradley, Board 01
Trade; Albert Schultels, Chamber ot
Commerce; PMHp Kin sr. Merchants
and: Manufacturers' Association;
Charles W. Semmes. Rotary Cluo;
Edward 8. Brashears. Clvltan Club;
K C. Graham, City Club; ana
Charles F. Roberts, vice president of
the Klwanla Club actlnr^Tor Clause
H Woodward president.
Harry Hahn deerce Mangan'and
George Wlnalow will repreaent tne
Klwanle Club with Vice President
Roberta and Walter 8. Ufford of the
Associated Charities will also attend
$500 xmas pack
Will Be Added to Present
Fund for the Capital
Taking time by the forelock,
members of the Kiwanis Club at
their regular weekly luncheon, held
on the roof garden of the Hotel
Washington, yesterday voted $500
to the annual Christmas pack In
the Interest of Washington kiddles.
This sum, together with the $122
already in the fund, assures a
royal treat for the children.
Claude H. Woodward, president,
at the request of Charles Plmper,
chairman of the Christmas pack
committee, appointed Mrs. Dwlght
N. Rurnham and Mrs. Burtrum
Crabill on the auxiliary committee.
To stimulate Interest in the annual
Christmas celebration it was
announced that at the meeting on
October 27 wives, daughters and
sweethearts of the Kiwanlans
would be Invited. A "ladles' night"
is also scheduled for November 29.
Jack J. Boobar. newly elected
governor of the Capital Kiwani*
district, was given an ovatWn. as
was Harry Kimball, who was elected
secretary and treasurer, at the
Norfolk convention last week.
President Woodward announced
that the club would be entertained
by the Rotary Club at the Columbia
Country Club on October 19, instead
of tha 26th. as originally
planned. Roy Neuhauser. chairman
of th$ entertainment committee,
announced that John Temple Graves
would be the principal speaker next
Gen. Lansing A. Beach, chief of
Engineers, War Department, was
one of a score of guests present,
being the guest of Elklns Reed,
president of the Washington Rapid
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the stomach. No unpleasant UiU.
AT ALL DRl'O STORES
10c Two SI sea 2Se
net, with bras*
su how well thii
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Mala 1086 Jf
COL KELLER TAKES
New Engineer Commissioner
To City's Interests.
Pledging himself to Keep Washington
the moit beautiful and beztgoverned
city in the United States.
Col. Charles Keller was sworp la ta
engineer commissioner of the District
yesterday and will enter fully
upon his duties this morning, when
he will participate in the meeting
of the Board of Commissioners for
the first time.
i Shortly after he took the oath of
office yesterday morning. Commissioner
Keller was at his desk, heard
protests against certain street improvements
and signed his first orders
as city head of Washingtony.
When he entered his office, his name
had already been placed on the glass
above the transom, so that tne administration
was ushered In and
began to function within less than
aw hour. *
Welcome* by Raadolph.
Welcomed to the office by Commissioner
Rudolph, who declared
that Washington was back of him
to a man, Col. Keller told his colleagues
and fellow District employes,
gathered about him in the
hoard room of the District Building,
that he hoped to share acceptably
with them In the discharge of the
responsibilities committed to the
"I invite the confidence, friendship
and Support of all good citizen*
of the District of Columbia and 1
assure you that their well-being Is
of great interest to me," Col. Keller
Col. Keller was sworn in as
District Commissioner by Daniel
Garges, secretary to the Commissioners,
and also took the oath of
office as a member of the Public
Utilities Commission, administered
by Morgan H. Beach, clerk of the
District Supreme Court.
Following the cerem??ny District
employes bade Col. Charles Kuts.
former engineer commissioner, farewell
and welcomed his successor.
Gen. Lanslxfc H. Beach, chief of engineers,
who appointed Col. Keller
to his new post, attended the exercises.
Col. Keller, accompanied by Col..
Kutz, called on President Harding
at the White House yesterday afternoon,
and Col. Kutz took the opportunity
to express his pleasure ST
serving under the Chief Executive.
Col. Kutz will not leave Washington
for his new post in Cincinnati until
the middle of October, he said.
Will Close Tomorrow
clarendon! v?.. Oct.
Lizzie C. Hucker, registrar for this
precinct, will be at Citizens' Association
Hall all day Saturday, the closing
day. to enroll those desiring to participate
in the coming 8tate election.
(all the heat
\ik the gas,
f HOT WATER
I WHILE IT
9 A. Af. to 4
VUt tv appliance departs
Mrs. Mary H*ro Hoar
SOMETHING NEW mat
What Congress Did
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?i>? ??ftrnt a. aa. ?Mr.
ruttr r?lt MtM la bHa*
ddeaaa isataai tha r~ni talla
reaolatlea that all tftrto ? aealBtala
worM ?mm onli ha aaderrnlaed
1y <he iawK af tha Mil
ltTla? Aafricaa roaatwlae
Ine paaaace. Seaator Gaidar declared
eeaatwlae tenwn "lrl
aat laeladed la the Hay-PBaaeefete
treaty, tilai tall rates ta faralga
Hf natur BaMbim gfc m agllist
the tax revlklea Mil. ?eeU*ta* It
I" dead at the kaaia 'a* tta tmrmmr
frlenda Bad eeortad
* "We are nlax ta aakt thla ? *fldloaa
tax hill a political laaae."
declared Seaatar Reed la BB exleaalve
addreaa. la whleh he adrala
charged KepBhlleaaa with eaterta?
ta the rich.
Aa araeBdaieat ta the ta* Mil waa
offered by Seaatar MeKellar. redaethe
rat* af IS ?er eeat apaa
rorporatieaa ta 1* par eeat. bb?Ii*
B31t.oao.ooo -hardea area tha Aaearleaa
people." aa* praxtdladr tmw tha
eallaetlaa af aaaaal latereat
am foreign dehta thraa*h ae atlat
loaa eereptlas heada Iroa
oar dahtar aattoae.
Seaatar Heflla rharged BepaMIeaaa
with atter fallare la their efforta
ta "redare aad eaBallae"
taxea, aad with aaarpias Deaearratlr
The "farm Mae" plaa far a eaaiproailae
aa the tax raelalaa hill,
taklaat farm at tha eaafereaee aa
Wedamlar al?ht prealded Bear hy
fleaator tapper, wbb eaaaldered hy
the Seaate Klaaaee (-?aalltrt.
Seaatar Harah withdrew hla abjection
to the seadlaa af aa Aaaerlea
ronaiuloB ta the Braslllaa lade
pea deaea eelehratlaa aext ftar,
pro Tided the appraprlatlaa he eat |
from SI .BOB .BOB ta WMM. whleh |
wbb agreed ta hy Seaatar Ledge, |
apaaaor.af the reeolatlea. who aald
It wovld he eplled ap far aetloa at
sa early dstr.
CoaSrmatlea.i Ijiwreaee J. Flaherty.
te he aarreyer af eaatoaa at
?aa Praaelsoat Wmlaae B. Haaalltoa.
ta be eelleetor af eaatoma at
Sbb Franclaeo. Bad oeeeral aearea
Nomina t loaa received I l.auMla A.
Kweaaea, Vlaaeaata. ta be Mlalater
ta Norway i Sawyer A. Smith. Keatarky.
ta be Tailed Statea attaraey,
Kaatera dlatiiet af Keataehyi Saeaae|
D. Stargla aad Charlea J. Bailey,
ta be aiaiar neaerale la the amy.
aad a aamber of aaey rhaafei.
(Na seaalaa af tha Haaae.)
Women Supervisors Dined.
The Women's Bureau. Department
of Labor, entertained the women In
supervisory positions In the government,
at a banquet last night at the
dining room of the Interior Buildin*.
in honor of >trs. Mabel Walker
WillebrandL Assistant Attorney General.
and Miss Grace Abbott, newly
appointed chief of the Children's Bureau.
Two minute speeches were
made by members from the different
departments and Federal bureaus represented.
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to Real Estate
Condemnation of the policy of
certain newspapers In the United
States In spreading anti-Japanese
propaganda, and recommendation of
Philippine independence, .featured
an address yesterday afternoon by
Charles'Edward. Russell, the noted
traveler. author and lecturer, twice
candidate on the Socialist ticket
for governor of New York, before
the Washington Real Estate Board
at a luncheon at the Hotel Lafayette.
Mr. Russell, who has but recently
returned from a trip to Pacific
water* and the Far East, expressed
the opinion that the exaggeration
of the enormity of the Japanese
menace by a certajn type of newspaper
has aroused the people of
the country to an unwarranted
pitch of anxiety and has done much
to create the same feeling In the
Mikado's empire. The lecturer said
that while he was In Japan recently
he found a great amount of friendship
for America, but also much
hysteria, which he clslms has been
caused by the rantiogs of part of
the American press.
In dealing with Far Bast problem?.
Mr. Russell also urged that
the United States have more concern
In the clvl! war In China. He
believes the Internal struggle
among the Chinese is now sn International
problem and affects the
peace cf the world.
.Mr. Russeil emphasised the need
of A conservative policy In Far East
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C. A. Aspinwall, President |
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daallaea. and a complete abaadon- i
ment of the alarmist program. The
apeakar alio bold that tha Klllplnoe
have rcached a itpM of ci<rtlt?atIon
that entltlee the* to aatf ? * rameot.
La* Latimer. prominent local raal t
estate. man, acted aa toaatmaatar at 1
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CLARENDON. Va.. Oct. ? Wrao- '
tore of the Clarandon Truat Company ,
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expactad the announcement will be
made regardlnc the 'site of the new J
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UHIan Lerrln. of ??l Q (treat
lorttawaat. claimed the' Contee nolo
and a lock el frora^h?f purer
idmltted tb* latter theft, but denied
trelln* the St. Detective j. r. Waj.
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