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RIVAL PITCHERS TELL ABOUT FAVORITE BALLS
(By United Press tienso«l Wire.)
AUBURN, N. V. — Drafts from
the class C league by the class AA
are announced here today and In
clude Delt of Butte by Portland,
■which is disallowed.
The drafting of Fortier of Salt
Lake and Kills of Wichita, how
ever, will be subject to decision
by the American board.
PAPKE IN WRONG
(By United Press rinsed Wire.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.—Billy
Papke in refusing to meet Frank
Mantel of Providence in a ten
round > bout here "because . there
■was not money enough in the
house," despite the large crowd
'.present, Is In wrong today with
-the state athletic commission.
Frank S. O'Neill of the com
mission declared Papke would be
boycotted by the organization,
which plans to seek the aid of
French boxing clubs in disciplin
(I Papke -Is now on I his way to
Paris where be Is scheduled to
TO OPEN SOON
The Armory Athletic associa
tion completed plans last night
lit a meeting held in the armory
for a series of basket-liall and in
door baseball games to be played
throughout the fail and winter,
.beginning the first week In No
vember. Two or three games are
planned for each week and each
company will have a team. Troop
B held the first practice last
night. All the teams expect a
number of veterans in t#o game.
;(By United Press Leaaed Wire.)
COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 2.—Pac
ing * mile la 2:02, Minor Heir
•nd George Oano are today hold
erg of the world's record for a
team of any sex.
Lady Maud €. and Hedgewood
Boy were former holders of the
title, their time belag 2:02 3-4.
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Naturally I am delighted to
know that I shall probably be
one of the pitchers for the Giants
in the world's series.
It Is a big thing for a young
fellow of 23, ho has been in a
big league but one year and in
this time has been actually pitch-
Ing only about twelve weeks, to
have such a chance as this world's
series and to meet the greatest
pitchers In the world.
I think my experience is proof
that there la great opportunity in
baseball for ambitious young fel
lows with ability who are willing
to stick to their work, follow the
advice of men like Manager Mc-
Graw and realize that the na
tional game is a profession and
not a vehicle for a Joy ride.
I think my training on the
farm and in tUe minor leagues
has been of the greatest value to
me sinco I have been a member
of the New York team. Ido not
l>elleve I will get stage fright in
front of the big crowds, no mat
ter how important the bag games
are. I have been pitching before
big crowds on the Polo grounds
and I have never been rattled by
the fans noi- by a decision which
I thought was wrong.
I hope to be able to pitch my
best against Boston. I realize
that I owe much to Manager Me-
Graw and don't want to fail. It
RUBE, JEFF AND CHRISTY
TO BE GIANTS' BEST BETS
(By United Press leased Wire.)
NEW YORK.— Upon th« pitch-
Ing ability of the Giant twlrler.
Rube Marquard, Jeff Tezreau and
Christy Mathowson, Manager John
J. McGraw la depending to win
the world's championship base
ball series against the Boston
"Joff" Tesreau, from a now
photograph taken of him in arttoii
will be a big thing for me to win
my share of games from Boston.
We have a great ball club. Every
man works for but one thing—
to win the game being played,
and no one thinks of himself or
his average. With such a team
behind him, it is a poor pitcher
that does not enter the game full
of confidence In his ability, be
cause his ability is really that of
tli© team, since each man is but
part of the machine McGraw has
Americans, according to announce
ment here today.
Baseball enthulslasts are sur
prised at the strength of New
York Giants recruit pitchers. Such
men as DeMaree, Klrby, Gloulalt
and Bad«r have been tried out In
the last few games and help to
boost New York's showing. It is
claimed by many experts that the
two contending teams are so
evenly matched that a seven game
series is not at all unlikely.
II P. S. LOOKS
6000 TO COACH
The University of Puget Sound
is Is going to have one of the
best teams in its history, in the
opinion of Coach Pltchford. His
only fear Is tb>e game with the
University of Washington. Coach
Pltchford has not fully decided on
the line-up for the season al
though the game with Sumner
lact Saturday gave him a pretty
good line- on his men. What the
team lacks most, says the coach,
Is a scrub team which can give
the regulars a stiff wprk-out. A
number of practice games will,
therefore, have to be played. The
student body is giving the team
bettor support this year.
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THi3 TA6<Ma TIMES.
IN ARTICLE FOR THE TIMES BY RED SOX'S CHAMPION
Uli:l.l.lt, HE l»i;\li;s UK'S A SPIT-BALLIST AND II l.i.s
HOW HE HOPES TO LICK GIANTS IN WORLD'S SERIES.
Joe Wood, crack twirler of the Bostons; from photograph
made by Durburough especially for the Times.
BY JOE WOOD,
Boston's Best Twirler.
Every pitcher hag his particu
lar delivery which he banks upon
to win. He probably finds it early
in his baseball career. I learned
that I could depend more upon
the speed with which I could get
the ball over the plate, than upon
anything else, and so I have been
nursing and perfecting my
A great many people seem to
think I use the spit ball, but I do
not. I have depended entirely
upon speed, curves and change of
pace. Last year I had 2 3 gamps
to my credit out of a possible -10.
This year 1 have been more suc
cessful and I have relied chiefly
upon my fast ball.
After all, the winner doeß not
depend so much on the kind of
delivery as the ability to "deliv
er" the game to your team.
HOT OF THE WIRE
I"ORTkAND, Ore., Oct. 2.— The Portland tea mof the Pacific
Coast league is to be strengthened for the final three weeks of the
season by recruiting men from the Northwestern league who will
replace First llasi-iinin Kapps, recently in lured, and Shortstop
Lindsay, who is ill. Manager M< < redie today plans to take with
him when the team leaves for California next week Shortstop Col
trin of the Portalnd team and First Baseman Brooks of the Victoria
NEW TORK—Gunboat Smith of San Francisco is today victor
over Jim Savage of Orange, N. H., after sending the latter down
for the count in the third round of a sclieduled Xt-round battle at
Madison Square garden.
IiOS ANGELES—Giving up the idea of a Han Francisco date
for his protege, Joe Rivera,, Joe Ijevy, the Mexican lightweight's
manager, returned to Los JMntfHes today to again open negotiations
with Promoter Tom McCarty for a Thanksgiving day bout. .Levy
says the San Francisco boiinfe istuatlon looks like a deadlock to him.
WITH VARSITY'S SHOWING
Frank Jacquot, the Tacotnk boy ret and Morlarit.
who was Injured a short time ago Coach Dobie was sadly disoour
while scrimmaging at thfr U. of aged at the showing his charges
W., has recovered swiftly Mad iB made In the game with Everett
expected to be la the gam« m the High last Satnrday and has been
end of the week. A great fccrap putting his men through some
Is expected betwen Jacq-uot,[ ffer- stiff work this week.
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I do not know whether I am
naturally plegraatlc, but I do
know that I never get rattled. My
winning streak did not make me
I have but one thought when In
the box, and that is to help win
the game I am pitching. J forget
about the records and averages.
The gs>Tne I am playing ig the
only one In the series for me;
future games can take care of
themselves and past ones are over
and gone. I cannot tell a friend
or foe in the grand stand or
bleachers. I hardly know what
the other players are doing un
less there are runners on the
Team play will be the greatest
factor in winning the world's se
ries, and if determination and
team work count for anything the
world's champloshlp is already
(By 1 nii.-d Press 1.-hn.-.i Wire.)
NEW YORK. — Published
charges by Horace C. Fogg, presi
dent of the Philadelphia National
League club, that favorable de
cisions by certain umpires were
responsible for the New York
Giants winning the pennant, are
to be investigated by league di
rectors, according to announce
ment made here today by Thomas
J. Lynch, president of the Nation
al league. Lynch says he caros
nothing for Fogg's personal at
tack on him, but that the imputa
tion of dishonesty on the part of
umpires cannot be overlooked.
National League j
Standing or trie Clubs.
Won. Lout. Pet
New York 101 46 .687
Plttsburg 92 r.7 .017
Chicago 89 59 .601
Cincinnati .... 74 77 .490
Philadelphia... 71 77 .480
St. Louis C' 3 88 .417
Brooklyn 57 91 .385
Boston 48 100 .324
R H E
Cincinnati 2 6 0
St. Louis 3 7 0
Suggs and Severold, Redding;
Burke and Snyder.
R H E
Philadelphia 9 9 l
New York 2 11 3
Chalmers and Killifer; Mar
quard, Tezreau and Meyer, Wll
R H E
Plttshurg 4 12 0
Chicago 1 5 3
Adams and Gibson; Cheney,
Reulbach and Archer.
Standing of the Clubs.
•yon. Loit Pi>t
Boston .......103 46 .691
Washington ... 89 60 .597
Philadelphia ..89 60 .597
Chicago 73 77 .487
Cleveland 72 77 . .484
Detroit 69 80 .463
St. Louis 52 98 .347
New York .... 50 99 ' .336
,'R H E
New York 3 7 3
Philadelphia 4 8 5
Keating and Sweeney; Salmon,
Pennock and Lapp.
Boston ............ 12 13 1
Washington '.. .. 3 7~ 5
' B-edient and Thomas; Groome,
Engle and Henry.
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| Pacific Coast League 1
Standing of the Teams.
Won. -i*>it Pet
Oakland ......105 71 .596
Los Angeles .101 74 .577
Vernon ........ 97 77 .558
Portland ...... 72 . 85 .461
San Francisco . 77 101 .430
Sacramento ... 62 107 .361
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COACH PERKINS DOESN'T
FEAR ABERDEEN PLAYERS
It now appears, according to the opinion of Coach Perkins, that
the game with Aberdeen Saturday may not be such a hard battlel -
as was first looked for, for as far as the. Tacoma coach can learn
the (.rays Harbor boys have not made much of a record tills year ',
ana are quite light. On the other hands, Coblentz will be back in .
school today, after his illness of the last few days, and Kushiuer
will again be in shape to work.
Yesterday was spent in si-nil practice and tackling the dum.
my. Crane was not out because of an Injury to his ankle which ■
he sustained in the Auburn game.
But just now there is a whole ' ——— —— — ' ■
lot of Interest outside of the first
team frame, for the first of th
Inter-class games is scheduled foi
Friday after school. This contest
and when little personal enmities
will be between the Freshnie
and Juniors and there is noun
to bo something busting. There
is lots of class spirit in school
come up it will be a great show
to see the mix. The big game
of the series will be the Junior
Ser%>r contest and there is talk
of arranging a draining system
to drag the gore off the field,
This is the first year that then
has been such a series although
the Juniors and Seniors went a
It last year. Some good ma
terial was brought out then, th
teams being composed of those
who were members of no other
High school teams. The game
are earlier this season and ma
bring out some new material. Fol
lowing is the schedule of the
October 4 Freshmen-Juniors.
October 7 — Sophomores-Sen
October 11 — Freshmen-Seniors.
October 14 —Sophomores-Jun-
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