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Preparing for World's Series.
Many Players Will Take
Shot at Reporting.
New York. October 2.?The Gltnti
to-day ntake their laat public appear?
ance on home ?-round? before the open?
ing of the world/a aerie* here next
Tuesday. After to-day'a came, clear?
ing up the Philadelphia series, the
National League champions will croas
? the river to Brooklyn to wind up the
season in a three-game aeries. The
only activity at the Polo Grounds be?
fore Tuesday will be an exhibition
game between the Giants and the
New York Americans on Monday for
the entertainment of the Sailors who
are here with the vanguard of the At?
lantic fleet. It is underatood that
Manager McGraw and Chriaty Mathew
>on. the mainstay of the Giants pitch?
ing staff, will spend the rest of the
week in Philadelphia sizing up the
Boston Americans, whom the Giants
meet in the world's series.
The art of combining baseball plays
with Journalism promises to be more
highly developed In the forthcoming
world's series than ever before. Prac?
tically all of two star players hare
been encaged by newapapera to give
the public inside information as to
just how the games were won or lost.
Tesreau, Mathewson, Marqu&rd. Meyers.
Herzog and Doyle are conspicuous
among those who will turn newspa?
per reporters after they have finished
their day's work on the diamond.
In addition, more than a score of
well-known baseball writers will ait
with the newapaper critics of the
gams. A reporter who canvassed1
brokerage houses which have Boston ?
connections said that about f3 0.000
had been wagered at odds of 5 to 4
!? the last few days by those who be- J
lieve that the Red Sox will win the
ceries. It Is evident that Boston en-'
thuslasts Intend to come down to
New York for the first game in droves.
The New York club hss received a re- j
quest from Mayor Fltagerald. of Boa- I
ton. for 300 seats for the opening '
game, and it Is underatood that the
Mayor Intends to lead a band of Red ,
Sox rootera j
Until a few minutes before the |
opening of the world's series here no- i
body will know Manager McGraw'aj
choice for pitcher In the first came. '
MrGraw's present plan Is to delay his i
selection until almost the last mo?
ment, picking his men according to
conditions. Most of the New York
players believe that the final choice
will be Mathewson. who Is in great
condition and Is conceded to be the
ateadleet pitcher on the team. Tea
reau is likely to be held in reserve
because of his lack of experience. In
spite of Marquard's bad showing yes?
terday, the big left-hander Is said to
be rounding into his best form, but
McOraw haa nothing to say on thia
FANS TO FOLLOW RED SOX
Boston. October t.?The large num?
ber of Bleeping car and parlor car re?
servations already made with the New
Haven Railroad here and In New York
indicate that there are a conslderble
number of fsns willing to give up
the time sad money necessary to see
the teama play lc both cities. The
ball players and the National Com?
mission, accompanied by other leading
baseball men. will travel back and
forth in a special parlor car train.
Mny fans will prefer to travel by I
night, leaving New York or Boston at I
midnight and reaching the opposite |
end of the line early In the morning.
At Princeton?Princeton. 41; Rut
B*At' Philadelphia?U of P.. 35: F. sc I
m. e _
At Providence?Brown. 1: Colby, 0.
At Hanover, N. H?Dartmouth. 41:
At Harrisonburg?Carlisle. 63. Villa
Richmond's playgoers should add
considerably Just at this time to the
doubtless plethoric hank account of
that energetic an <J successful producer,
William A Brady, for not only Is his
old "Way Down East" selling out at
every performance at the Bijou this
week, hut his "Baby M*ne.~ not con?
tent with two performances at the
Academy of Music yeaterday. arm re?
turn for Tuesday, Wednesday aad
Thursday of next week, aad reap
while the reaping Is cood during far
tile fair week.
Margaret Maya's uproariously funny
and decidedly indelicate farce was seen
hare last season, so that the story
of the babies foisted upon
tranced husband by hie fond, hat de?
ceitful, wife, la aa effort to brine
about a reconciliation, la familiar.
The situations that develop are be
TOMS doubt laughable. Indeed, It Is
impossible net to laugh at them, but
the whole theme of the farce Is
based aeon the simulation of events*
conditions, which the average man or
woman la accustomed to think of with
reverence. If not with awe. aad heai
tatea to Sad ridw-uloua
However, as the farce is gees sated
b- this company, the fun M spread
with a trowel broadly, while the la
delicacy is sseas a hal eswtaalsd by the
vary heavy strattaa employed by
cast la dsllaeattac the several el
act era drawn by the sataor Jaat
the largest letters oa a map are of?
ten bard to sea so that last nigbrs!
?udlence chuckled, laaghed aad reared |
aloud with mirth. Indeed, owe rarely i
an andleace more Immensely amused
than waa that which fathered at the
Academy last night aad eat aad shook
through the leas thaa two boars of
As baa bean said, the fares ami
return next week: bat mann while thai
edvtce is ??atared to ass Paal j.J
Ralawy*s African Hast SVtarss on Fri?
day aad Saturday, urtta saauases both
day*. Far nearly a year evea the
n?#w "ahead of" or "back with- other
attractions haras been sis sisal tl
? ratsas a* these aictarea. sad it j
wsafd be bard to rsnssjlne radarvesnewt
ONLY LIGHT WORK
Scrimmage of Previous Day Not
Repeated for Benefit of
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.}
Charlottesvllle. Va.. October J?The
enthusiasts who gathered on Leun be th
Field this afternoon with the expec?
tation of witnessing a repetition ?X
yesterday's battle between the varsity
and scrub? were disappointed, ^here
was a scrimmage between the second
aad third elevens, the playera being
under the supervision of Z>r. Johnnie
Naff, who gave especial attention to,
the backfleld candidates. Assistant
Coach Rice Warren, who was operated
on for eppendlcltla one weak ago. left
the hospital at noon and witnessed to?
day's practice from the players' beach.
Head Coach EUlott tried out the reg?
ulars on defense to-day, putting the
first team backs on the scrub eleven,
Play after play was directed at the
forwards and the weak points of the
man pointed oat. A long signal drill
followed, in which the forward pass
figured prominently. Cook, Blancherd.
Todd, Oooch and Randolph took turns
at hurling the pigskin. Oooch seemed
to have better control of the ball, his
, shots being? very accurate and for long
1 distances. There was comparatively
j little fumbling. Randolph la showing
! marked Improvement at quarter back
I alnce the Injury to Todd. He exhibas
! good headwork in running off the
i playa and keeps his team ma tea on the
Todd was In uniform for the first
: time alnce the William and Mary game,
j Csach Elliott said to-night that he
1 would play Saturday. A half-dozen
j other cripples In uniform followed the
three squads up and down the field.
Maiden, the giant tackle, la working
i regularly oa the varsity.
FOR NEXT YEAR
Aaheville. X. C. October 3.?Thomas:
C. Stouch. for five yeara manager of
the Greenville baseball team, of the
Carolina League, haa been signed by
the management of the local club to
take charge of the team of this city'
next summer. Stouch will arrive in'
Ashevliie within a few days to become'
acquainted with the members of Aahe- i
ville random, and is already laying his,
linea for next yeara teajn.
It la not known Just what league;
Aaheville will go Into next year. al-|
though the directors of the local club:
are putting up a atrong bid for an all-'
North Carolina organization, composed'
of the cities of Kalelgh. Durham.]
Greensboro. Charlotte, Winston-Sal em j
HERMITAGE GOLF CLUB
The selected score golf tournament
1 for September was won by Oeddea
Winston and Jeter Jones, who tied
with score of 62 net for It holes.
The qualifying round for entry in]
fall tournament closed yesterday with
a total of forty-eight playera, which
Is the largest field In the history ofj
the club. The playera la the first six?
teen will play from scratch. The oth?
ers will use handicaps. The matches
for first round will be played any day
The lowest qualifying score was]
made by W. P. Wood, who led the class ]
Dr. 6. B- Moon plays W. P. Wood.
Oeorge Keesee playa C. II. D?na way,
Joel Perrln playa R. H. Meade, Wins
Wilson plays Gordon Wood. J. W. At?
kinson. Jr.. plays Oeddea Winston. A.
O. Hoover plays W. C. Socker. W. IL
Palmer. Jr.. playa Baylor Hill. Allen*
Belvln plays Rives Fleming.
cw. Rocker plays E- B. Washington,
Peter Winston plays T. B. Oay. M G. j
Wright plays R. Massey, George Mor?
gan plays A. S. Hawae. W. W. Neale
plays H. R. Wood. M. M. McGulre plays:
D. H. Rucker. Jeter Jones plays Ralph1
Neale, E I> Word plays John B. Orgaln.
Clarence Gray plays C- P. Rucker. Ft
At Ricks playa C. C. Pearson, F. O.
Tabb plays O. w. Kolner. H. W. Wood
plays T. B- McAdams. J. S Jones plays
J. M. Atkinson. B. b. Valentine plays E j
A Palmer. W. A Ricks plays C E. Bcr
den. David Edmond plays Frank Or-;
Washington. October 2?Naval offi?
cials suspended all comment on the fatal
accident oa the torpedo boat destroyer,
Walke off Newport yesterday morn?
ing, pending the receipt of the
report of the board of officers ap?
pointed to Investigate the matter with
a view to determining the precise cause
of the explosion of the steam chest
of the port turbine. So far the offi?
cial reports show merely that the
steam chest blew eat when starting
full power trial and caused the death
of four men and the Injury of six
others, principally by scalding.
The dead are Lieutenant D. P. Mor?
rison, of Missouri: J. W. Rumpb and
H. D. Wilder, machinist mates, first
class, and E. J. Crawford, chief gun?
ner's mate. Those severely scalded
are D. F. Kelly, chief machinist's mate:
J. Delaney. fireman, first class, aad W.
C. Kraue, oller. Others leas severely
injured, for whom there Is hose, are
Lieutenant R. L> Montgomery, of the
Fanning. T. B- Conway. eil er. aad O.
A Hera-rave, fireman. All the Injured
are trader treatment en the hospital
ship Solace at Newport.
Owe theory of the accident Is that
seme ef the blades of the turbine were j
broken off aad Jamming between the
rotor aad the head of the tnrMne j
caused the fraotare which reenUed in
the explosion. Naval experts say th*re
Is ao record ?f aa explosion just like
that ea th* Walke, aad they, therefore,
await the reeelt of the investIsratlen
ertth especial professional Internet,
A wa?on of the" klcamond Transfer
Spaay was ?Hehtiy damaged rest?r
wh?n it collided with s RJrhmead
enrV-o Railway ear at St Paul and
?r Streets. The wagon was driven
fey Q. K Perry, while the trolley wee
in rharte of W t. Sale and C W.
Wright. Ne owe was hart.
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RALPH DE PALMA WINNER OF
VANDERBILT CUP ONCE MORE
Drives His Mercedes to Victory
Over Field of Eight
SLOWER THAN LAST YEAR
Hughie Hughes, in Mercer Spe?
cial, Second by 424-5
Wauwatosa Rae? Course. Wla, Oc?
tober 2.?Ralph de Palma, driving
true to the form aad luck which he1
exhibited at Elgin, to-day won the
eighth running of the classic Vender
bilt cup automobile race In a Mercedes
car from a field of eight starters over
the new Wauwatosa road course. Hla
time waa four hours twenty minutes
( 31.54 seconds for a distance of 299
miles, 2.764 feet. This was at a speed
? of slxty-nlne miles en hour, or five
' miles per hour slower than last year's
! Vandertv.lt at Savannah.
De Palma won by 42 4-5 seconds
from Hughie Hughes, driving a Mercer
! special after Teddy TetzlafT had led
through the first half of the race, aad
' then had been forced to withdraw be?
cause of engine trouble. Spencer Wia
hart, with a Mercedes car. was third
in to-day's race. Gil Anderson, driv?
ing a Stutx. finished fourth. Only these
four cars finished the race.
Ralph Mulford was eliminated early
in the race by a broken magneto.'
TetzlafT went out. after he had acted
as peacemaker for the first 150 miles.;
because of the breaking of the bear-'
Ings In the driving shaft of his Flat'
car. Gil Anderson. -Hiving a Stutz. I
and Harry Nelson, with a Dozier car.,
apparently never had a chance to win.
TetzlafT furnished the feature of the
first portion of the race. Srequ-ntly i
averaging a speed of seventy-five
miles pec hour for repeated laps. He ?,
drove the fastest lap of the day?aix:
minutes sixteen seconds?for the 7 *8-.
A crowd, estimated at more than ?V
HI people, was ranged ereursd the;
course at advantageous points for
The race was run without accident.'
although It-had been said the course,
Ia addiUon to the costly Vanderbilt:
trophy. De Palma won $2.004 in cash ,
from the promoters of the race meet
lag aad a large ?um 'from the manu- j
factarers of accessories.
At the Hotels
J> all rase ?oft? Mrs Ousml Gill,
rarmville; E. U Owens. 1 11'iatr.sbnra. |
Va: Mrs. W. H. rnietnan. India-lapo.ls.
lad.: Walker Soott. rsrmvtll*. Va; i. j
L. Jerman. Parmvilfe. Va: T. ? Star
toav Philadelphia: A. K Roers. Sa
vaaaah. J. B rarh?r aad wife. Sa?
vannah. M R. OeCoete. rh.ledelpe.a;
T. Csfiland. Rreektor.. Hsrre I>. Fa'-;
son. New York City; A. P. Higgle* ?rul
wife. Waverley. Va Mr. and Mrs. K.
I? Head. Mew Tork City. Mrs. J. W. t
?-arte, Xew Tor* City. R E Packard, j
Montreal. Can . H. A Daran. New Tork;!
Mra M. M. D4aa Tans. Mass Maa and
/aw. Tampa. Ma C a.iiasrd.
Philadelphia: W. E. Seal, Richmond. Va.;
J. V. Rowland. St. Louis; j. w Dtv
eon. Charleston. W. Va; Ed. Conn.
Rochester, N. Y.; J. W. Bell and wife.
Chicago; J. c. Howard and wife,
Alexandria: R. U Boole New Tork: S.
W. Rnssell. Louisville. Ky.
Hotel Lisi?Son Mrs. L. O. Eaton.
Norfolk. Va; C. E. Kennedy. Virginia:
I* W. Parker. Washington. P. C: C
K. Turner. Ermyton, Va; D. K. Flem?
ing. Golds boro. n C.: Miss ? Griffin.
Greensboro. N. C.: Otto Beederraen.
Philadelphia: Thos. W. TVilhony. Vir?
ginia: w. W*. Foushee. Statesvllle.. N.
C; W. J. Poston. Statesvllle. X. C; W.
B. Reach. Ontario. Va: Geo. W. Won
?lerly. Philadelphia. Pa: C. E- Mat?
thews, Kai. ich. X C: W. H. Foster,
-'?uml^erland. Va. L. F. Hobbs. Nor?
folk. Va; A. Z. Star.sbury. Charlotte.
N. C: O. e<herum. Chicago. 111., w.
H. Doilonay. Philadelphia Pa; J. T.
CNeil and wife. Croset. Va: L C.
Hite. Virginia: J W. Eldrldge. Plll
wyn. Va: W. E I>ougb,er. Lynchburg.
Va. J. B. Brown. Baltimore. M<: . H.
.1. Slesher and wife. Baltimore. Mo\.
K B. carter. Philadelphia Pa. O. M
Maiden. Raleigh. X. C R. W. Buy weil.
New Canton. Va: 1- B. Cart. Concord.
X. C : E O. Moore. Klnstoa X. C . W.
S. Nichols. South Boston. Va. C. J.
Flanagaa. Virginia: W. O Jeaas. Vir?
ginia. Thea F W, lUmf Virginia
E K. Polk. Philadelphia Pa. Lee j
Sharp. blsputanta Va; M. R. Ken?
rush. Va: T. S Harris. Harris Grove.
Va. John Thomson. Philadelphia'Pa.;
tl. U Anderson. Virginia. J 1* Haa
"*ln?. Fordwlck. Va K F. D. Castro,
Havana. Cube. A a Chappie. Virslnia.
T. H. Adama. Roanoke. Va. C. C
Berkley. Bow im? Green. Va
?????Iis Hat?I W r. N?rten. South
?"srollna. R. H Creston. Baltimore
1. ft. HileVsheim. New Tneh Mr. and
Mrs G B ."?mith. Jacksonville. Fl*.
< l-'ph Von laser New Tork L nelbel.
Baltimore i Kllena?r. Sew Tork Ott:
x W. Me* "ell um. New Tork. Caaitea
Fmberg. NeW Tork. H M. Heater.
Philadelphia V.. R I? Nefineaser. Phil?
adelphia. W H. Tates. VirehMa. SL
Alsberg. New Tork rtty. Mr sad Mrs.
W. H. Van Fleet. New T?ch CTtv M
J Jerkeoa New Terh nty J. L> Oat
man. New Tork. C F. Devty. Lag An?
geles. OSS.; *. W JSSSSV ?alllmiis. J
IS. Field. Baltimore: A- X. Rich. Balti
more; Max Brodie. Arizona; Miss Jeme
[son. New York: M. J. Taggart. Phtl
adeiphia William P. Cralg. Philadel?
phia; Charles P. McMullen. Cleveland.
? O.; H. Clufman. Philadelphia C. T.
; Dirks. Philadelphia; .VI Schiller. Phil?
adelphia; J. A. Gtllia. Marvlann. S M
Wooten. Virginia. Charles a Sharj>.
! Allan)-: S. H. K. Ktans. Virsi-v. . ?
:H. Oehrn. New York: J J. Mane;, Itiil
adelphls. M I* Levyn*. Clnr.inatl:
C. B Conyers. Chester; Henry W.
Thomas. New York: J. Woolfaon. New
York, s. ?;r.int. New York. Louis Katz.
Baitimor? . Lowhl Kin*. New York. >.
Rer?r?. Indiana. H. D Hal!. Baltimore;
m L. ImkOSt, New York: L. R Pa"!.
North Carolina. John C. Simpson. Vlr
S-Jnia. f:. Mirten. Hartford: H. V. Wil?
liams, savannah. Ga.; J B. Craw'. '-.
Vncln:.! IL I Tendls. New York.
1 CHESS PLAYERS
Lynehhurg. \ a-. October 2.?The
standing or to. contestants in toe
tournsment of the Virginia Oes?
j Association at the clcse ?f p ay to?
night was ao follows.
! Nam* Won Loot. Tie
Hinderson . 1 t ?
Woodbury . ill
Kiddlck . 2 ? I
K Irkpatrick . 2 1 1
K'.nnter .2 2 ?
Glas? . I 4 ?
Minnlaende .I 2 1
Hurt _. 1 i 9
COST OF LUMBER RISING
Pees an e,?we womSSjn.
?eat'l..' Wash . October j. ?The arer.
?;> ro ll fer'e. f lifihef haa ?.d? in d
ft J! ? Ihoosand feet ever the low
nriee <' l.i-i -1' t?? r. S'e-??.-?tna to
ngiir?? rumple* hy the West Coast
Lvrnber Manufacturers' Aasniattew.
December 2*. 1911. The average wae.
n.M. and for the frm throe weeks of j
ausist? 14. 1412. ?1A?L '
H. L. Russell, Manager or
Ranch, Is Their Latest
Mexico City. October 2.?Herbert I*
Ruasel!. manager of tbe San Juan
Michia ranch in Durango, which is the
property of Allen C McCaughan, the
American vice-oonsul, at that place,!
was murdered Sunday night by the
Consul Theodore C Hamm reported
the tragedy to the American embassy
here ia a cipher telegram, which by an'
error Pa translation was arst given out
by the embassy officials aa involving
the killing of Mr. McCaughan and Mr.
Cliff, another American at Durango. <
Ambassador Wilson immediately;
made representations to the govern-.
, ment and to-day received assurances
that every effort will be made to cap-,
j ture and punish the murderer.
Ossetale Are Shacked.
Washington. October 2.?Officials of
the State Department were shocked
and grieved at the murder of H. L.
Russell and the reported murder of
' Vice-Consul McCaughan. at Durango.
by a band of Mexican rebels, but in
the abaence of official connrmation of
the report were not prepared to say
what action would be taken in the mat?
A peremptory demand undoubtedly
will be made upon tlie Midero govern
nr.ent for the prompt apprehension and
punishment of the m?a responsible fori
the death of Mr. Russell and the Amer- j
ican authorities in all parts of Mexico
will bo instructed to excrrtae all
means In their power to assist In the
detection and capture of the perpetra?
appeented a Maath .tge.
Allen C. McCaus-.ian. cimr of the
ran.-h attacked, was appointed vice
consul at Durango less taan a month
ago?It fact. !:i> name has not vet been
entered u!~-r> the Stite Department
?aegadhj ?I? nas been in his n?-w of?
fice but I fea- days.
Mr. McCaugaan la a native of Des
Meines, loin. v i-.-re ;,e had practiced
5sa. 1'or it"* i.is? fifteen years he fcae
been in the raichtag and miring bu>
lne?? !.?ar Durango. He is married
? nd haa three . h iiren.
Officials "f t".:<- Me\;. .,n err bassv c\-i
press g ratest concern at t"-.e outrage '
and hav* asked their foreign ofnoc
Try lag Hard far rear*.
The Mexican government apparently !
la m.king n> s?< rrt of th? f..-t that
it Is ?> v ? C'>tiaiing with 7-ai/ata for ,
. i i. ;?? reports to 'he state
I ?-p.?r' n?n!
Tl ? strong representations rt.a.le to
the M. 11 an fKr-immi bv tr^baaun
d ? :o at :::? ?n-ta-.! I*i * ?? .it
T.ft .ire ?ai?I to be having a powerful
?ffe. t i.-on ,K- Midr.- ? r-.nl.
ft i* believed that If pending peace
a?ge.(Nations are not St??' dlly S'ir.-e?e
f'll th- a >e-mment wtl| renew the war
upon tbe r'Set* on a a. ale far more
formidable ?n.j rtlt n<iff.
I eaelev tSSneee?
lingua. Art?. ?vt'.ber 2.?Manuel
?'neets. Weviraa .-oeaij at t*<* point.
I'OWell Roberta, rbtef of the
- --- -a, al
eats Heede raeaa aad
Ninth Cavalry, will he
' justice of the peace warrants tn da*
on charges of unlawful entry and aid?
ing an aaaauit >n J. D. Genardinl, pro?
prietor of the Hotel Mexico, here. last
Holdernes? is acting; adjutant of the
regiment. He and Howard are said
to hare act-d under Instructions from
Colonel Guilfoyle. of the Ninth Cav?
alry, in entering the Hotel Mexico to
search for Joaquin Esques, a supposed
leader. Esques waa not found. *Jee
ardini tried to prevent t?e searchtng
party from going through the hotel.
Ho sayo several negro soldiers .ad
Fierce Battle Peerjjae.
Eagle Pass. Tex.. October 2 ?Two
hundred and five men were killed fa
a battle between Mexican rebels and
Federals at Aurea Pass, not far from
Monclova, Hex., on Monday evening,
according to reports that reached hare
to-day. Seen Federal officers ware
reported killed. There were about MO
men on each aide, the Federals betas
commanded by General ? F'sntnar*
Last night'the rebels retreated in aha
face of Federal reinforcements.
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