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. - " Si . INSURANCE f r", I in- ij. BEFORE STARTING YOUR FALL WORK TAKE A WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION POLICY WITH J. L. LATHROP & SONS tS Shstuoket Street, Norwich, Conn. BRAVES BREAK BASEBALL TRADITION Boston Decisively Defeated i Philadelphia Four Straight Games, Capturing the Championship of the World Connie Mack's Great Combination Was Completely Crushed Captain Evers Won the Last Game, Singling With Two On Score 3 to 1. Will ill . - . I r - - abrumMT IS UNNECESSARY IW thinking person 1 alive to the ' Importance of being Insured against loss by Are. We represent good, it. .tmnr reliable companies. Let us take j , care of the matter for you. !.- ISAAC S. JONES. Insurance and genx niu.J. Buildina. 91 Main 8t JOHN A, MORAN j Investment Broker I'rEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ; ' A SPECIALTY ' - Office Over Capitol Lunch OrTiee Phone 870 Residence 1171-3 - - . 1 - ' is Yen are about to ; start on your vacation For your sake and your f am Oy take out art Accident Policy Boston. Oct. 18. The Boston ' Na- s tlonal league club completed the most sensational record In modern profes-. clonal baseball by defeating the Phil adelphia Americana In the fourth and final game d -me wortas aeries ax Fenway . park - today by a score of 8 to 1. Beginning with their rush from last place in the senior league in the. middle of July, the Braves have broken. tradltlons. and reooraB in tne national sport with speed and abandon during the lasf three months. They emerged late this afternoon champions of the universe, leaving a trail' of startling surprises and upsets in tneir wane which it will be nara to duplicate in years' to come. . Mack's Wonderful Machine Smashed. Laat ajid far from the least of their accomplishments was the overthrow in four consecutive' games ol tne woria famous baseball machine . oi conme Manlr with Itx hundred thousand aoiiar infield, home run heroes and corps f eki' fully blended veteran ana youtmui pitching stars. xonignt tne - new chamnlons arathered under the man agement of George Stall ings are cele brating: their ascent to tne cnampionr HhlD throne while the . wreck of the Athletics baseball juggernaut is eouno. for the home of William Penn...stu-i Defied bv the unlooked-for calamity which temporarily ' at least, racked it to the smallest cog. " v To the victors belong: tne spoils ana the credit, and unexpected as was the crushing defeat, the Mackmen t6ok it in anortamaniuce sDirit. praising tne winners, and offeriner no excuses for their failure to hold tneir .National leaerue rivals in check.' In fact. none are available, for" the Boston club but played and out-gamed tneir more ex- L T l I I played ana out-gamea tneir more ex- m tOO travelers Detore yOU BO. n-rienced oDnonents in every game. i., :?!? . . riniipn.o'-ni. and department or play. ne oest inat ATTORN EYS AT LAW could be said, of the Athletics by their warmest admirers was that the team neither collectively nor as individuals appeared to get going in the manner 1 EDWIN W, HIGGINS, -Attornay-at-Law, martOd . . Shannon Building.' Brown & Perkins, Jttomeys-af-lat .Over Uiican Nat. Bonk. Shetucket'St. Entrance staiwar near to ' Thame National Bank. . Telephone 88-8. HONEY FITZ" MAY ;ws w .BF i.;ot.E, BUT S'.-x.i. -rfn kw ' V J t " -i t ' " , ml- jA b?-i ) it$&(Sl fjt:l k r I .W..VW J"! IMM.ll I F7rlA vf. C? rU-A -oil j. , -aw- VS'''rwwl 1 I l.rv.MaiAf riT2GEft.ALD 2-COMNOLLYJMr ROYAL ROOTtK Elx -Mayor John T. Fitzgerald of Bos ton led the royal rooters in cheering : for the Braves in the world's series, i ''Honey Fitz," as the former mayor, is .-, .. ' familiarly called -,1s a baseball fan of t? " the deepest dye. Some of the Boston jj , . rooters dressed themselves, up as In ' dians, and they congratulated the play - ers after winning the games. ." . N. F. A. at Willlinantlo..' - The Academy football teams plays SZm'Zl -j Willimantic. today with Windham ; High. The team is in good condition J; ana nas nigh ht-r"1 winning. Races i..roned. '. . . Lexington. Ky.. .Oct. 13. Rain caused pestment of the ' trottftig meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders "-Association here today. Today's pro gramme will be run off tomorrow. Braves Aohieved Great Feat. To crush completely and decisively the great combination which has rep-i-Mantt Philadelnhia in the American inmriia in recent vears Is honor enough for any rival naseDau ciuo. ui.ms Braves in their youthful ardor and speed, did ever better, for they estab lished a new world's series record toy winning in succession: the four games necessary to clinch the title. Not since the national commission assumed charge of these annual inter-league contests in 1905 has this feat been achieved until today. Several clubs . .... . A a.. nv.Ae anft i rave won tour out ui. uvc 8nm. in the early daysiof the Temple cup ana National iea;ue, vs. ivui w- ociation, straight victories wer rhronicled. In 1884 Providence de flated the Metropolitans three straight. In 1SS4 the New York club "defeated Baltimore in four games for the Tem ple cup and two years later. Ba'tlmore won four consecutive victories ' from Cleveland and there the simile ends, i Evers Soored First Run. t The Athletics fought doggedly tmil the er.d. andj-even late in the game of odc.v their adherents, who had made tieni two ioone favorites in the-ra-. ering before the opening contest, Cor. ndently believed that they would Start a batting rally that , would bring about nt- ipnjit a-momentary check in . the Braves' headlong run, but the - Mack- men's famous - punch appeared to be gone. ,The -.new champions were first to score and except for half an inning when the Bcore was tied, held the lead until the end. To.: Captain Johnny vers i fell the honor , of scoring . the Initial, run -of the ; final game of the 1914 series. ; He opened the fourth ses sion by working Shawkey for apass; advanced to second-on Connolly's ln aeld out, moved to third on Whitted's single and scored on Schmidt's infield out The Athletics tied the score in tha fifth innings when Barry singled, toof -second : on Schang"s out and "cored on Shawkey'B double. Nothing daunted, the Braves came right back in their half of the same inning and won the game with two additional runs both made after two were out: Rudolph singled, to center, took third on Moran's double to - left and both came home when " Evers singled oyer second. ; " - The Athletics' appeared to lose heart and never threatened In the remaining sessions at .bat. ' Iue to the shortness of the series. - the club owners and national commission divide a smaller sum of money than in any world's eries since 1910.. The attendance at today's game was 84,565 and the' re- ceiDts I62.6C3. Of .this sum the play ers received S33.83Z.Bz: tne ciuo owners $22,565.08 and the national commission 88.265.30. Total attendance, for the nerie3. was 111,009, receipts . J.2-26,739! players! share 8121.900.94: each club's "share, 840,832.58 and the national commis sion's proportion 122,673.- ' : As. the winners, the Boston players receive sixty per cent, of 8121,900.94, or 873,140.66, while the Athletics, a: losers, profit to the, extent of $48, 760.38. . - . i Of the Boston club, twenty-six play ers are . eligible to share in the prize money, giving each man $2,813.10 should' the money be divided evenly. On the Athletics, twenty-four players are entitled to divide the. losers' end, which would give each' Mackman $2,031.68 on a share and share alike basis. ' The players of neither club have, as yet, notified the national com mission just how the money will be aiviaeo. itxe players receive- less money than has fallen to their lot since the aeries ol is is. Eacn oi tne four umpires receive $1,000, the money coming from the national commission's percentage or the profit. The' world s series of 1914 is the tenth . between the sennant winners of the two 'major leagues since tne nauonai commission. the highest court - of baseball, toon charge of the. annual autumn cham pionshlp battle in 1909. Todays vie tory of the Brave brings about a tie for inter-league honors, since Amer ican league and National league clubs clubs have now each von five cnanv DionahlD Pennants. ltie - American leaxue victories and the clubs - that won them are as follows: iana -vu J . loin m,nnAln1.la. 1911, Ifilladelpbia; 1912, Boston;. 1818, Philadelphia. The tlonal league triumphs were won: IMS. New York; 1907. Chicago; 1908, Chicago; 1909, Pittsburgh; 1914. Bos ton. ' : In addition to the players, the man agers of each, team are eligible to a share of the play ere" portion or tne re Mack avail themselves 'of. their priv ilege, Philadelphia's share would be divided among 25 men and Boston's among 27. Mack Stumbled on . Mystic Fourth. Connie Mack, the Athletics leader. Is the only manager who to date has won three world's championships and he appears to have stumbled over the mystic fourth just as Managers lie Graw, Jennings, Chance and Mack have all falied, to win four league pennants in a row." The final game was the least ex citing of the series. There were few brilliant fielding features that are not seen in games during the league ' sea son. Maranvllle made a great stop and throw on a hard hit ball by Collins and Mann brought cheers on a tine running catch in the outfield. The batting was also of the ordinary kind. Whltted got two singles. Moraa made a double and Evers, Schmidt and Rudolph each got a base hit. Seven of the ten men la the game for the for rper world's champions made a hit. It was their best, offence of the series. ,:oje Aj.i.lna to connect were- Murphy, Schang and Pennock. The latter Was at bat onlv once. The hits made b Walsh and Shawkey were two as drives. .)-, v. : Rudolph struck out seven men, his victims being Oldrins-. Collins, Wal. h, Barry, Shawkey and Schang, the latter twice. There were -out inree.strmeout. ntrainRf Rofifrin Fvers. 'Schmidt T.r- v v.uy fai.ing Y victims to , Pennoti fast curves. Shawkey gave two base on balls in-the five innings he pitched and Pennock also gave two. Rudolph gave o- e base on balls and made one wild pitch. : . Boston Excelled Athletics at Bat. The new champiojis ' excelled the Athletics in hitting, belt not.in the -field. Boston made a total of 16 runs in the four games, 33 hits for a, total of 56 bane and four errors. The Athletlce gathered - together only six runs, made 22 hiis for a total of 31 toases-and three errors. Boston y played one t errorless game and the Athletics two. Today's conteBt was the first game in the last four world's series in which both teams played without error. Evers made seven singles in tne se ries.- Gowdy had six hits for a total for fourteen bases. , Schmidt made five PrVr r"Pd four hits in the four games, Murphy three, Comns three, .ans two, Mcinnl8 two ana HtrunK two. ' - Heroes Carried Off the FieM. Despite the rather mediocre play of the final game the enthusiasm of the thousands of spectators furnished a thrilling- climax When the last Athletic was put out and championship honors were assured for the Braves. ' " Cheering throngs plied out of the stands and bleachers and rushed ' across the field to the Boston bench, but the Mackmen were' first to the dugout and were shaking hands and congratulating their late opponents before the first of the fnns. reached the scene. Once the crowd gathered force, the police had diffi culty in holding it in check; uoway. Maranvllle, Captain Evers and other heroes of the series were lifted on the fans' shoulders while a roar of ap plause went up that could be heard on Boston Common. . Rooters Paraded, the Field.- The Royal Rooters' brigade formed and with the band and its Indian clad leaders at the head marched around the .field cheering the emptv bench where- .but- Br few minutes before the Mackmen had conferred on the last bit of i baseball strategy and then joined the thousands paying homage to the Braves. Mayor Curley, President Gaff- ney and Manager Stallings all- made short speeches In response to the cheers of the fans an it was almost dusk before the last celebrator ceased to.whodp and snake-dance about the bases.-- : Wether conditions at the closing game were not as . suitable for fast - ., t the preceding contests. The temperature had taken a sharp firep trver right an4 players and fans awoke to find the tang of autumn in the air and eenditions more suitable for football than baseball. Heavy gray-white eleude fcweked out huge portions of the blae sky and the sun when it'brrke through failed to warm up the atmesphere to any extent, A stiff northwest irind whipped Sae and pennnnfs ebo.it tiie ptflea nd stands and made heavy wraps, sweaters and pven steamer russ BJHHWt a esaFSSity for the arst time since the series ei gan. ' ' " The Wise OHM nas syurea u iubi Connie Mask Would send BSnflef fe&Ok at the Braves to stave on flnw sexoM, and there was soma stirpriss whn Beb Shawkey came out of the iVinlwtlcr dugout and started to warm up. Ru dolph had been JiicKea to Bring noma the bacon for ! Bravos. Th only ehauro In ths batting or hrs was the switching again et dowdy and Dpal, the former mutiny sixth and the latter eighth. First lnnina . Jiiidolnli ormned the krarM toy groov Ing" a strike on Bddls Murphy. Tb next pitch wa a ball. Murphy drove the third one straight at Evars and was out at first Oldrlng, Who had been a poor porformcr at the hat in the sarlea, sent up a high foul to OoxvAv and wiklkftd dlsamstsdlr to th bench. CniHns gitthtA ft slfcgl OVO second and Vras left at first M Batost sent a high fly to Whltted In eater field. Boston's first turn at bat Was shot. Mbran chopped a grounder at Baker and was thrown out Erars ateo of ferfid Baker a STouBdaf and "Staff Mclnnla made a fine pickup of the third baseman's low throw, tko Brayes captain walking -to the bench. Connolly filed out to Oldring. Second Inning. It looked like trouble for.' Rudolph in the Athletics' second Inn tag. Mo Innis tanned a slow roller Which 11 ran In on, making a fin throw to first for the out. Walsh, playing for Amos fetrunk. who has an. abscess en his hand, slammed a two base hit against the fence, bounding In lb" stands In left fie'd.- Connolly : soemsd to ' mis judge the ball as It struck low enough fcr him to have caught it. "Jae Barry was tossed out. Maranvillo to Sohmidt, Walsh being unable to advaoca on too out. The National Leagu champions got a man on in' their half of the second after two were out. but ho aUe4 to advance; Whitted sent a, "hot linner that Oldrlng ran" in to get. Schmidt punched a grounder to . Shawkey anA was retired at first, ooway wwtoa ana was given a . base on balls. He was forced out at second by Maranvllle, Barry making the toss to Collins. . Third Inning. Shawkey opened Philadelphia's third inning by striking out. Murphy went out on a quick scoop and throw by Deal.. Rube Oldrlng made the Phila delphia fans rejoice by getting his first hit in the series, a clean single to cen ter field. He tried to steal second and was out on Gowdy's fine , throw to Maranvllle. The Braves went out in ' one, two three order In the third. Deal raised a fly to Oldrlng. Rudolph poked a rrounder at Barry and was thrown out Moran went out the name way. -'. Fourth Inning. The Athletics got two hits In the fourth inning, but did not have five punch to put a man across the plate. Collins opened up with a sharp grounder to Johnny Evers and was eas ily out Baker smashed a hot drive at Schmidt which the bag first baseman - could not handle. Play was stepped , while Schmidt regained his equfli-1 w brium, the ball evidently having struck him in the face. - Mclnnis ripped a sin gle into left-field and Bak- mads a dash to third and beat Connolly's throw On the throw in Mclnnis ti-ird to rea!h second but was out, Connolly to Deal to. Evers. -With two out, tho Athletics did -not look so dangerous. - Rudolph was chevred as he struck out Walsh. Boston scored its first run in Its half of the fourth inning. Kvsrs drew a base on halls, and went to second on Connelly's out Collins to Mclnnis.. The Philadelphia second baseman intend ed trying for a flout) le play but roon mentarlly juggled the ball and oausfht Connolly only' in the nick of time. Whltted shot a hard drive at Collins and the ball was deflected sufficiently by the fielder to permit Whittsd to hoacH first and Evers third. Collins in tryinr to field the ball turned hls ankls and play .was stopped for a few min ute. He limped to his position .and play was resumed. Then earns the first real cheer of the Boston fans. Schmiflt shoved a slow grounder at Barry, who threw the Boston. first baseman out as Evers crossed the plate. Whittsd moved - to- second on the out and was left there when Shawkey threw out dowdy. Up to this time the Athletics had made five hits without . scoring, while .Boston manufactured a run out of a base on balls,- an out, a short sin gle and a second out - pg Just about,;time. ., gMHK U Ton got yours ; ; - ifc. . Wt$mtA . llwirriitTg6inga)melnthesmokingslin ' 5f . ' PSJM rhaifirewthamatcK,then hitch it toa jimmy : MP?M;l-i " . mmmm &P Cigarette packed brimful of '. t WmmZt Albert! - Melmy! : Gets yon mighty . .PM. 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Reynolds Jgr WWgWM&jgM -tV iWi ' tobacco co: 0mmmmmS. Braves Put ths Title on loo. Barry made his first and only tilt et tne series in tne opening ol . the nrtn innlnjg. it was a single which "Mar anvllle eould not handle in time to beat the Athletics' . shortstop. . Barry went to second on Schang's out, Evers to Schmidt and came horns with ths Athletics only run on Shawkeya big two base drive to left center. Murphy was an easy out, Evers to Schmidt Shawkey moving up ,ta third.. ' Oldrlng swung at wide Dans ana was out on strikes. The new World's champions won the title in their half of tho fifth . Inning. Maranville went out Barry rta Mclnnis and iiaker threw out Deal. Rudolph brought cheers from the fans by shoot ing a single into center field and th rooters were brought to their feet when Moran drove a two base hit to left field on- which . .Rudolph took third. xne Dig crowd made rnucu noise as t RAN & CONNORS it.r, f .1 Iff f - " i ' g Can! We Do! 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There was noticeable Increase in ths nthu- slasm of tho Boston players as they took their positions in tho sixth With two run lead and their pitcher go ing fins. - Maranville robbed Collins of a bass hit by sprinting over back of second, picking Up a sharp hit grata cutter and tossing out ths Athletics.' apssdy rannsr whils off his balanos. Baker raised a high loul to Deal and Mclnnis was thrown out on another fins fielding play by Maramvills, Herble i'ejmoo. ena ox tne AiaeK- roen'a left handers, rsplacad Shawkey and Mann was . sent In by a Manager BtalHngs to bat for Connolly against ths left handed pitching, Mann -filed out to Walsh, Whltted singled to left field and went to third on Schmidt's wicked drive at Collins for one base, ths ball being too hot for Collins to handle, Uoway tail a victim to striKea and a moment later Schmidt was caught between , first and second, Pen nock to Mclnnis, to Collins to Mcln nis, retiring , the side. . ' Seventh Inning. Mann went into left field In Con nolly's , place in the seventh inning. Walsh received a base on bails and went te - second on a wild pitch. Barry struck,, out and on the play - Gow2 threw to second aud caught Walsh off the bag. for. a double play. Bvers tak ing : the' throw. Schang . again struck out ' ' Boston's seventh inning was quick ly over, .although one man -reached first. Maranvllle was thrown out by Collins and Deal : retired by Baker. udelph was given a base on balls and was left at first, as Moran fouled out to Baker. ....... . . ........ Rudolph Getting Better, and Better. W: 1th the 'seventh inning over.- it looked as - if nothing could prevent Boston from winning the series. Ru dalph, who had been touched up for seven hits in the first Ave innings seemer : to have the Athletlctf meas ure a he appeared to be pitching stranger. Pennock was an easy out Bvers to Schmidt Murphy filed out to Mann,- who. made a: fine running catch toward centerneld. Oldring flied out to lovers. - Captain Svers. first up in tne eighth Cor Boston, took his strikeout good naturedly. Mann was thrown out by Collins, but Whitted was given a base on balls. .Whltted stole second, the only steal of the game, and -rasved up to third on acnanrs passed Daii. Schmidt ended the inning by striking out Athletics' Artillery of No Use. The Athletics erstwhile heavy ar tillery. Collins. Baker and Mclnnis, who all hit over .369 in the American league season, camo up in the ninth in a last desperate effort. They made a sorry showing. Collins struck out Baker, -bounced a srounder to Bvers and was throicn out Mclnnis swiped at the hail and hcrt it toward Deal. ne .third fcaseman was on it like a Sash, whipped it access to Schmidt and the mo&axchs of baseball fell from their throne, following is the official score: -Philadelphia. Pennock. p. Totals . r- .28 8 6 '27 lfl 0 Totals .,.. Innings: Philadelphia .. 00001000 01 Boston .... 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 X 3 Two base hits Walsh. Shawkey. Moran. Hits Off Shawkey. rln S innings; off Pennock, i In 3 Innings. Stolen base Whltted. Double play Oowdy and Evers. Jft on bases Philadelphia 4, Boston 5. First base ab. r. h. p'o. a. e. Murphy, rf. 4 0 0 0 0 0 Oldrins, If. 4 0 1 3 0 0 Collins. 2b 4 0 1 1 4 0 Baker, 3b.- 4 0 11 4 0 Mcinnis, ib." 4 0 1 15 1 0 Walsh, cf. . . : : .3 0 1 1-0 0 Barry, ss. ; -..311 0 6 0 Schang, c. '. 3 0 0 3 . 0 0 Shawkey. p."-, i 201080 t.t..... Moran,' rf. - Elvers. 2b- Connolly, If, iuann, u, n Whltted. cf, it... Sehmldt, lb, ..... Oowdy,' e, ....... . Maranvllle. ss. . , . Peal, 8b Rudolph, p. ...... pV. 0 3 0 1 1 12 . 8 '-: .:taarTCBlide'i h -i Ight. Held, 0 .0 White Sox 5, Cubs 3. - Chicago, ' Oct. . 13. The Chicago American league' tied the local Na tional league representatives for the championship of Chicago- today when they won by E to 3. . The standing. of the clubs is now 3 and 3. Score: R H E Awtr leans 01004000 0 5 5 8 Nptiorvals .0 0 0 0 0 0-2 1 0 8 10 6 Benz,"s- - Clcotte- and- Schank; Vaughrt,.Zabel and Bresnahan. - . i - Jayert share,' tttetljtt. tiacii clubs.ahcre $117744.- i 'V Attendaace lll.O0. ' Players' share $121,960.84. fsatkonel ccmmlasloo's ehare S2,(fI. Bach club's eharo SW,.St,8. :.. ( . 34,365 See Final Game. . ' ; Fenway Park, Boston, Mass., Oct 13. The official attendance and receipts for. today's game Is as follows: . . Attendance 34,365. " ', . New Champs Will Teuf South America . . Eorton. Oct 13. The world's cbaoa- pion Boston Natloneis will' make p, tour of Booth America, next year, ac cording to an announcement made to day by Prederico Alfonso Peeet. IVnaJ vias minister to tie ITrjted Btatan, at a baseball dinner giTisi; by the, cham. tjer of commerce. ' -sj Mr. Pezet said that Manager Stal lings of the championa had Informed him that be would send two teams tot make the tour. The minister express ed the belief that the trip .would be'thal means of furthering trade between this country and South American repubUnsj - THE LIMELK3HT AT THE WORLD'S SERIES; PROMINENT BRAVES WHO PLAYED GREAT BALL. , .4?r ,;V3 ?- H f, 3riiiir - j: w : -"v - tf Life jOW- "S;.- I L.ulVLHLa-1 1 I v n I W f 1 L-(Lar v .-. ,fT :-.. t;.v JPJf "rfr J X Jtoc'.: fiQWQY 2., GEORGE TYLEfV ? 3 DEAL. MAKING HAS TWO eAGGHW.'' A- 3QWDY AT BAT 7:, -z : V r Jan. i i ,w : i i s i I t t-4 t i ss a mm: .'A -s - -i 4$ v.