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the game is postponed until it is
Another good ruie is that extra
stands will not be allowed on the
playing field. No spectators will be
permitted to get out of the stands
and ground rules will not be neces
sary. This means there will be no
repetition of two-base hits into the
crowd. Fielders will have an oppor
tunity to cover the usual amount of
territory and batters may take as
many bases on hits as they can. This
rule should make the combats more
Mail orders for seats will not be
accepted. Each club is conducting
the sale of tickets for its park. Box
seats will be $5 and grade down to
the bleachers, where the price will be
one iron man a squat.
V. S. Belyea, halfback on the Uni
versity of Norwich, Mass,, eleven, is
dying from a fractured spine received
in the Holy Cross game Wednesday.
FACTS ABOUT WORLD SERIES '
When and Where They Play.
Oct. 7. Athletics at Polo Grounds.
Oct. 8. Giants at Shibe Park.
Oct. 9. Athletics at Polo Grounds.
Oct. 10. Giants at Shibe Park.
Oct. 11. Athletics at Polo Grnds.
Oct. 13. Giants at Shibe Park.
Oct. 14. Athletics at Polo Grnds.
Players Who Are Eligible.
New York. Burns, Cooper, Cran
dall, Doyle, Demaree, Fletcher,
Fromme, Grant, Herzog, Hartley,
Marquard, Wiltse, Mathewson, Mur
ray, Meyers, McLean, McCormick,
Merkle, Robinson, Shaf er, ,Snodgrass,
Thorpe, Tesreau, Wilson, Schupp.
Philadelphia. Schang, Lapp, Ben
der, Thomas, Plank, Coombs, Houck,
Brown, Shawkey, Pennock, Bush,
Mclnnis, Collins, Barry, Baker, Orr,
Wyckoff, Davis, Lavan, Oldring,
Strunk, E. Murphy, D. Murphy,
PITCHING AGAINST ATHLETICS' SLUGGERS
Walter Johnson, the Only Pitcher the Old Timers Have Ever Compared to.
Amos Rusie, Which Tells Its Own Story. i
BY WALTER JOHNSON.
Statement by Greatest'Pitcher in the
"The Athletics will win the world's
series, because they are stronger of
fensively than the Giants. I do not!
believe the Giants will be any morei
successful against Bender and Plant
than they were two years ago.