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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, SMDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191&
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The Manager Shows Excel
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Eddie Alnsmith. the Nationals' young
catcher, who ai discharged from
Georgetown University-Hospital yester
day, will probably spend the winter on
a. ranch in Texas, acting under advice
from Manager Orlfllth. The younfiter
had a narrow, eacape from .developing
tuberculosis -and; It Is though't ,that a
wtnteJin theSouth willyaUVmuch' in
building up' hlsf strength fornext sea
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"I feel pretty good, now, the lad told
the writer yesterday at the Georgetown
football game,' "and."may go up' .'to New
Tork to see the firat 'game of the
world'a aeries, drift wants us all there,
and while I'm not fussy about looking
at a ball game now, I'll go.
"Then I'll go home to Cambridge for
'a week or two of hugging the stove
before cOmlng back to Washington, I
expect to stay here for a week or so
before going to Texas.
"I was pretty sick when I left the
team In Detroit, but the doctors at the
hospital here did all I could ask for and
now I'm myself again."
They Get' Dividend.
The. stockholders ,pf thtrYiuiiiington
Jng for a payment of a 10 per cent divi
dend upon their holdings. The success
of the team this year haa been phenom
enal, attracting large crowds all over
the circuit. In Philadelphia, Bofton,
'and Chicago, the largest cities on the.
circuit from a point of attendance, the
Nationals' outdrew all other teams In
the league. , ,
However, the indebtedness upon -the
vnew plant on Florida avenue Is not yet
cleared. It Is expected that -this will be
settled next season.
Harry Lord, for several seasons con
sidered the best third baseman in the
major leagues, Is on the market. Jimmy
Callahan has offered him to, the Drowns
in return for Bhotton and Pratt, being
turned down, of course. Lord feu down
badly at the bat ttlls year. This at
fected Ills fielding, and he was switched
to the outfield, where he failed to shine.
Lord may drop out of the big league,
it Is believed, as no manager cares to
take a chance wjth his "crabblncss."
Going To Series. ,
President Benjamin S. Minor, Secre
tary Edward J. Walsh, and Treasurer
W. H. Ilapley, of the Climbers, will go
to New Tork tomorrow afternoon to be
present at the opening game of the
world's series on Tuesday. The last
member of the trio, making his head,
quarters In New Tork. will accompany
the teams back and forth between the
metropolis and the Hub, taking -In all
. the games to the end. It Is expected
that fifty or more fans will represent
tWashlngton at the first game Tuesday.
George Stovall has asked Garry Herr
mann for a price on Larry McLean, and
will probably sign him before noxt sea
son gets under way. McLean is not
wanted by any Netlonal League club,
and. If the price Is not exorbitant, will
Srobably land In tho camp 'of the
"Myaterlous Mitchell." whose right
name ,1s Walker, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Chicago, known as a "base
ball nut" from coast to coast, has
signed with the St. Louis Cardinals,
lie got trials with Detroit and Cleve
land this year, falling each time.
Standing of the Clubs.
New York 103
Pittsburgh 93 69
Chlcsgo 91 M
Cincinnati 75 77
Philadelphia 73 79
Ht. Louis 13 19
Brooklyn 58 91
Boston S2 101
No dames Scheduled.
Cincinnati. 6; Pittsburgh, S.
Boston, 11; Philadelphia. 7
New York, l; Brooklyn, 0
Chicago, 3; Bt, Louis, 2,
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' Cleveland at St. Louts.'
New York, 8; Washington, 6.
Boston, 3; Philadelphia. 0.
St. Louis, 13; Cleveland, 1.
Chicago, 6; Detroit, a
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EXHIBITION GAME IN
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of Season Up to Profit
and toss. .
NEW YORK, Oct .-The arlffmen,
delighted with their finishing In second
place, play ah exhibition game In Ho
boken today, and those Inimitable dlv
mond comedians, "Germany" Schaefer
and Nicholas Altrock, .will send the
semi-pro bugs Into convulsions with
their u,nlcs, repeating what they have
been doing on the Hilltop for the last
The final came with tho Highlanders.
copped by Wolverton's lads. 1 to 6. be
came a roaring farce the moment Clark
unniin learnca ot inc victory ocine
Ited Sox In Philadelphia. He sent Alt-
rock Into' the box. uchaefer to second,
Jack Ilyan to third. Agler to first, and
Morgan to short. Schaefer took charge
of the team, and when Altrock was
batted oft the mound, he summoned
arifllth to replace mm.
It was a good fight for seven Innings,
the' Nationals Insisting on winning.
They lost all desire to be serious,
though, when assured of second nlace.
une game? wnavs tne user, it was
an even thins: till drift heard the tick-
tick in he press box, each side hitting
tne pucners nara ana running aionc
neck and neck for the honors, liut
second place that's the only Important
Information for tho Qriffmen and their
followers. Thoy got that when "Buck"
O'Brien hung the tin sign on the Mack
men. Here's the final box score:
ATI II O A E
Motller.rf.. 113 0 0
Mldktmb.. 10 2 0
Foater.lt... 3 10 0 1
Chaja.lb .., I
MUan ef.. 4 12 0 0
Oandll lb.. I 1 Mi
Asler.lb. .. 0 0 0 0
Laporte.:b. 3 l : i :
Kch'fer.:b,D 110 0 0
hhsjika If... 4 2 110
MoDrlde.si. 10 2 4 0
A.WM'ma.e 2 1110
Ilenry.c... 0 0 0 0 0
IIUKhn.D... 10 0 3 0
Cuhlon.p.. 0 0 0 0 0
8tcrrett.e . 3
Altr'rlLD.lb 10 3 0 1
Totali .. 33 I 27 17 3
onrth.p,:t t o o I o
Total.. .. 211124 14
Ran for It. Williams In the fourth.
Waahlnston ., 0 13 10 0 10 0-1
New York ., 10 0 13 10 3 x-l
Ituna Moclltr. roster, Milan, Oandll, La
ports, McBridf. Mldkllt (3). Chaae. Uonlela.
Lellvelt (2). Bchults. flterretU Firat base on
arrora New Yorlc. 3. Two-baae hlta Footer,
Dantela. Hom runs Lellvelt (2). Chase. Sac
rifice hit Chaae. McUrlde. Bacrlnce flic
A. Wllllame. ;hsse. Stolen baaea Milan.
Danlela. Illvelt. Htump. Schaefer. Left on
baaew New YurU. 10; Waahlncton, I Double
plays McMillan. Btump and Chaw; Shanks,
A. Wllllame and Itporte. First baae on
balla-Otf Ifushea. 1; off Cashlon, :: off Al
trock. 2: off Keatlns. 3; off Sehults. 4. Struck
out lly Hucbea, It by ICeattns. 2; by Hiher,
1; by Schultz. I. Hit by pltcher-ny Ifushea,
LeIIVelt, Stump. Wild pitch Bchults. Paseed
balU-n. Wllllama I. Illta-Off Keatlni.
In 1 Innings; oft Flalier. 3 In 1 Inning; off
Bchults. 3 In I Innlnca; off Hushes. 4 In 4 1-1
tnnlnaa: off Cftalilon. 2 In 1 1-3 Innlnsa: off
Altrock. 1 In 1 1-3 Innlnca. off Griffith, 1 In
me at oat: on Bcnacrer. i in i inninr
Umpires Meaars. Hart and Dlneen.
same z nours ana 10 minutes.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Week Days, Oct, 1 to Nov: 1
50c ROUND TRIP
Special trains at 1:10 and 1:10 p.
m. neturnlnc Immediately' after
close ot races.
Comparing the strategy and the
XtMcGrawand. J. afbUijoV8tfthl l -
Stahl doesn't have to be a strategist. The logic of
the situation demands that ho pitch 3oo Jood In the
fl'rit battle and Ray Collins In the second. Again, his
machine-Is compact and eight of the nlneare likely to
finish as they started. r
There will be Ins and outs ot strategy, of course,
which Stahl must take caro'of. But he has only a. small
portion of the'stratcglc labor .which wjll falUo McOrnw.
The Giant leader will need a busy llttlo brain In this
forthcoming mclcc. He haa more than his share of
gray matter neatly packed In beneath his dome and' he
"will rjced It all. The selection and Ihe rotation of 'Ms
Pitchers Is tho first tough kink. The substitution of bis
pinch hitters and pinch base runners Is another. In
other words, he Is facing a far tougher proposition and
a far heavier handicap than Stahl will race In that Mc
Graw's machine hasn't been running with tho smooth
ness and power of late shown by tho Red Sox foemen.
McGrawli pitching problem begins on opening day
as to whether he will start Mathewson or Tcsreau
against Wood. And then must follow the problem as
to where Marquard should be entered at the psycho
Stahl's troubles in this Respect will not begin until
he has worked Wood and Collins. There will be some
thing to ponder over then In regard to starting Wood
again with one day's rest or Inserting Dedlent, O'Brien,
or Hall, and calling on Wood for the fourth gamo, which
Is scheduled for. Boston.
And don't forget that the correct or the lucky.Jockey
lng of pitchors will be a big factor right along, and
especially big after tho first two games, If they should
result In a victory for each club.
We are prone to Judge all things In baseball, as In
other pastures of life, by this one quory".DId he make
eood or did he fall down?" It may
angle, but In the end It will pan out oftener than any
individual opinion, Stahl has made good to the extent of
taking chargo of a club which finished around fourth
In 1911 and then broaklng his league records of wins In
mio Nn honh could turn a trick of this order, what
ever his material. Ho must have shown rare Judgment
and ability tojead a charge.
Flynn Is Star.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Oct, 6 Tale
has discovered another Ted Coy In
"Lefty" Plynn, the big fullback. Flynn
was Ineligible last year but yesterday
he practically defeated the strong Syra
cuse eleven bv himself. His wonderful
rushing into the line and through It
brought the Blue two touchdownsi and
he lost a third because he hiirdled.
Hynn is massive, powerful and fast
and should be .the ,star of the seasoit
atiYale. Syracuse was humbled, 21 too.
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Generals in the World's Series.
generalship of John
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to be safe, conservative and of value to his team.
cast He has been
be an incorrect
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out to seven games.
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In this next series the Bostonlan may show no rare
McQraw requires no large "bftlo MVords In the way
of, exploiting: and deolctlnc the maenctism 61 his leader
ship nor the shrewdness and wlde'a4rake 'blend' of his
snapsnot judgment. Any move which ho may make will
have the logic o( the situation to back It up. If Incomes
to a battle of managerial wits',, Stahl will be at, a big
disadvantage i competing with a veteran, wily, re
sourceful lcadoWUke McGraw, who Is now at the thresh,
old of his thJrtJU'world series anoT at the end of his
61Avcnfh campaign as n winning manager who has met
every sltuatlohV,blch tho gamo holds and has met It
.with rcmurkublo wfsflom and quickness or thought.
Both leaders of this scries will b6ut thffre on the lines,
lcadlng"the charge Iru person. But, McOraw" w)l bo In
a better position to direct his attack, andi'at the, same
time keep the general situation well Id view. It the
scries wero to dopond upon field strategy and general
ship, New York undoubtedly would have quite an edgo
not through any weakness of Stahl'e, but throngh the
long experience of McGraw's.
Rounding up the dope intact from all departments,
there isn't any , doubt but that Boston, on form, Is the
safest advance pick. And yet In a brief series, form can
be upset so completely that we are attempting no fore
cast beyond outlining our views upon the man-to-man
proposition. .For example, the strain upon Trls Speaker
will bo worse than upon any other member of either
heralded as tho star ot the series
the 1912 Frank Baker the CJean-up Kid. Trls will
think of this each time he comes to biitp as Wagner did
In 1903, and ns Cobb did In 1907, '08, and '09. All this
advance fanfare puts the leatjlng star up against quite a
psychological handicap. Porrwhlch reason the advance
boost often carries a reverse kick.
Another psychological angle Is the mental Btato of
each club. It is roported that tho Red Sox expect to win
Inside of five games, making it four to one. If they are
suddenly chocked or the breuk Is badly against them
from the fortunes of war, the shock may upset them
badly. The same futo overtook the Cubs In 1906 and
put them Ipto utter rquti Qn tho other band, the Giants
are going In with desperation, remembering first the
trimming of a year ago and remembering again that
they start as the underdogs In the advance dope.
With the pitching apparently so well matched It
us in the slightest to see tho Bet run
Which, at tho best, Is only a guess
hunch than any straight dope.
BEST CUBAN TEAMS
TO BE PLAYED BY
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Leave Philadelphia on Octo
"6er 2(3 for Lofig.Soutrj
. ern Tour1. M
PHILADELPHIA! Oct.. . f-Connle
Mack's Athletics, former'world's cham
plons, vill go to Cuba- for a -series ot
cames with the besY teams 'on the
Island, leaving this' city October 36 for
Kc West. They .will play exhibition
games en route to Florida; one at
Greenville. N. C-, home of Joe Jackson;
two at savannan, Ma-, aim two m jack.
The Athletics are dun- to arrHe In
Havana on Not ember 10 and will play
twelve gamer, returning by Thanksgiv
ing Day. Secretary John Shlbe and
Capt, Danny Murphy will be In charge
or tne tourists. ,wnq win tie coraposea ui
Mclnncs. Collins, Ukrry, Baker. Oldrlnl,
Strtink. Msgsert. liapp. Thomas, Egan,
Plank, Bender, and" Coombs. k-
The Athletics wenU to Cuba in 1910,
after defeating the Cubs for the world's
title, but their work was poor, result
ing In tho dfclslon of the national com
mission barring champions from playing
exhibition games at the end of the sea
son. Princeton Surprises '
' Strong Lehigh Team
PRINCETON, N. J-. Oct. S.-Prlncelon
surprised the strong Lehigh team by
oxqrwbHmlng It, S to 0, In a game
filled with fierce playing, fioih teams
used the forward pass with success, but
Lrhlch Jacked the, punch lo send tho
ball across, tho Tigers' line.
Twice Andrews hurled forward passes
to Pendleton, netting the Titers fifty
ards. -The defense of neither team
was good, vhlle Princeton's backfleld
played stellar football from first to last
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Oct ,. Michi
gan's first game was an overwhelming
victory over Case School, 51 to 0. For
ward passes and long runs by Craig
nnd Thomson accounted for most of
MARYUNb STATE FAIR, Inc.
ALL LADIES ADMITTED PREE !
positivkly o cini.nitK. ATllTTi:n. j
A HAMJSOMIi: SUUVUN1H PnO(IA3IMU rjtESU.M'lMI TO BACH'
SIX RACES EACH DAY
SPECIAL FEATURES THIS WEEK:
MILE HACK ON THR FLAT
AND -NAVY, MONDAY, OCTOUKH 7.
TniS HOPKINS' NULLING NTAKl; IJ0 AIinHD, ONB MILU, Tft.
I1B RUN W1SI1NKSDAY, UOTOUKK 0.
a sVj-iun.r. NTi:icii,i:ciiAsu rack for okkicers nv thu
ARMY ANIJ NAVY, TO BR HUN WISDMSSDIV, OCTOHICR O.
Till: fllnVY C1IASH MTUHl'I.KCHARI': UANU10AI', S 1.500 A 11 n HP,
' ANM A' SIIATJl. TROPHY. TO OIE ltlDJ)i; IIY tir.NTI.IIMIIN '
RIDKRH IN IIUNTINO OONTL'.Mi:. S VTtllll.VY,
AD3IIS810N ' I II. A O. Iperlal Train Service. I.eae
Gentlemen $1.50 utosi, '" '9
Ladles $1.00 I uinsci'i-iu park in w,?m,mjw.
Everybody Is now willing- to admit
that Col. ,Tom McDowell's" gallant' coll.
The Manager, Is the premier three-year-
oiu oi me year, ills periormsnce In the
Baltimore Handicap yesterday at lau
rel removed all doubt as to that con
tention. On the opening, day the son of Voter
won the handicap, but Froslegs, which
got on: poorly, ran such albrUllaht race
and finished So close on the winner that
the wise fellows were Inclined lo believe
the Schorr candidate was the better
colt, and-would so prbve MfnseJt the
next time the two met. '
The opportunity to settle this question
came In the blc race esterdky. and
there was nothing to. It hriiji,e Mana
ger. Colonel McDoweSjs Viit -look the
track at the rise ot the barrier, breezed
out In front all the way, and' finished
with something1 Ih reserve.
Krogtegs, had no en-uao. Iff got oft
well, andwas' hs'rd ridden alllthe way,
but could nevei1 get to tHe speed marvel
that was winging out In front.
The time of the race. ,1:14 3-S, mars a
great- performance. Plmltco's. record Is
1:4C, mado by Priscllllan with 130 up In
the tall of 1910.. The last mllo ot "tho
race was run in l: 3-G that tells the
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Doyle Loses Tennis
Title to Gordon
Spencer -Gordon, the Chovy ',ChM
crack, is today champion of the Dis
trict, having wrested the tennis tlt
from luis I. poyle in a 1ly-sot -rnatci.
Steadiness was the main fttctorln Ubi
don'a lctory as the points, wero-almost
split ster the forty-seven games' neces
sary to determine the title-. The match
went at :, H. :, i- atfd'j.3.
Crosby Is Assistant
Jack Crosby, class ot 1515. college, Wa
today appointed assistant manager of
basketball and will succeed Manager
James Madlsan next jear. The choice
was announced by the executive -board
of the athletlo organisation of Oebrge
town College, which further "announced
the men who receive their Insignia "for
3Thoae who rcceued .the G.i 0 B. fm
baakerbhll ."wcrr Captalh 'Schlosser. Col-
linower, . tvafdroo, . HeiekelW Wbeian.
so. . Hwenen, WJMian.
r, and Alansceiy.Toni
men will bccallefl to
ear future- to tlutt a
roiey iioncnacr, an
yortune. These men
gether In tlm near 1
captain1 for this year's (earn.
. Clothes Finest in
' Strolling donnPenn8)latila Wchuo,
cue sees the efforts of Merilianta-nr. -sentlng
the, newest ci cations of ilen n
wear displayed to attract the attcn
tlofi of tho niony ever-ready purchascis
uno tnrong imsjamous street
alert-for the new.iiud iin-to-Uatc
ct awas 1
J to. ,-Nou vf
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that -thew weather Jinojnpts the
dressed man to look uiHjut for
carl), .thero Is nothlnc more naluial
than to look utt.lhc Kuppenhelmen-display
at-) roarer's 1013 Penns Ivaul.i
tain to find the grandent.riispUiv ot'fuli-t
ready to wear. Variety, of )iyJoi-!Fli
rlcrand colprlngs aftorded'at Grosnei x
for tho comjng. season positively ,vr
sliadow all tormcr eftdrtsand rcadll
outdistance pvcrv otlitr showing of l'li
Fashions cxblbtted In Washlulftuil, l)f
course more Is naturally cctHotcd fiuni
the house ot Kuppenheimer tliap mi'
other leauv iior, service cigtncs, anu
there .Is ccrtalnlyua crept trcu'tln siom
not only tor the regular KupnvnhcinitT
dressed ,nau, but nUo fni thnso !"
would have the ciolc or 'AmorliH
finest Clothes Mskem to rhuoie from
The new waistcoats designed for this
season by Kuppenheimer am sure to
prove the grandest of Innovations. A
vest to be worn on clthei side shatlnc
A distinctly dlftcirnt design Is tho. nov
elty Orosner. la showing with the nen
Fall suite.- A novrltv suro to be litglil
appreciated by many.
A casual glance at the window dls
play or a look at the sarments pei
haps the trvlng on of one or two mod
els is bound to result to mutual advan
tage -at Grosner's, 10J3 Pennsylvania
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