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auld win a pnpwsrl'y rnn-
from Hnnr In OM e-dr Tan-
iv II- ony not only i
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kidded nHM'l tajl ar' a' I
was) doing It Tep. MM of IM f '
Meet th;ri i 'h i
ta long litis wa K 'if '
Mjm to Fn't teiitaf kin reel it
was th mi lei n', Ms enmi M
It didn't rn ,m taner bMl M rarely
Dim Hetilamln wmtn w r
Tiff: fnn'hall nn I "tttilnt nil
There may be llttl fo'fhall In
the colleges, bill from letteM
f receive ft. mi in imit ramp
Bd b frnnl. etui etir -opt alns
to me by readers of Th r. -sn'ng
World, If evident that football will
ba played 1n a graiat mmiv other
placaa -perhape In msnv pla. as that
Mw (ha irama nefnre Tlia
It need n tha training camps la
for football togs and football. Tha
Army Athlatlo Pund la supplying
what It can, but tha demand la ao
great that It la quite Impossible to
aft materials from tha manufacturer
fast enough to outfit 10 per cent, of
'EHFrfl aomathlng which ought In
apixal to tha b'.ys of the high
acnoon, oollagea and unlver
sltlas, for It echoea the cry from a lot
of their fellowa already "i vor there."
It's a proof of how popular wna Iho
movement of The Kvenlng World In
etartlng the Army Athlotlr Fund.
The hlgb aohool boya, the college and
untveralty man can confer the biggest
ktad of a boon on our soldiers in
France and It naadn't coat them a
cant Head this letter from He rut.
Joseph A. Jordan, with one of tliu
Engineer Corps units:
Bomewhere In France,
Kept. 17, M17.
We Just had a big footh.iii meat
tng. About thirty-five felluwa
turned up and every one was
Ohook full of pep. We bnve
elected a temporary cnptnln anil
an athletlo committee. VVa Intend
to play the A.merlcan game, and
krirrw that we enn get all kind. of
gainea. We look forwaid to ninny
dreary aftCTMOM this winter, and
If we get the chance footbnll will
kelp ua out like ,
We have a foobball, but that's
about all; and, ua you know,' foot
ball Is a gome that rcqiilri'a full
equipment. The boya will prac
tise th'jn. Now, dud, here Is
somst'.ilng you can do. Kvery
bod; Is doing something for the
soldiers. Won't you have Huh
fxlgren, Bportlng Editor of The
Kvenlng World, make un oppi al
to the high schools, 00 1 leges and
unlveraltlea for their old euulp
SAent? I am aura that they would help
us out with th.lr oil panU,
eweatera, h... and baadgear I fa
Imiioaalhle for ua to r t thOM
thlnga over here, nnd all the ftd
lowa over there would havn to Alt
would be.lo tell him what (hey
have to aftaro and I'm auio that
I nele Ham would transport thmii
to us. Kneed Is the thing that
counts, ao set huay.
THFTRP: have been many fake re
port that tienrgea CVirpontler,
the great French boxer nnd
war-aviator, Is coming lo America.
Two or three nllejr. d promoters have
ooms to New York to aid achemea to
bring Carpenller here- Aa a rule
theae felluwa claim that they have
made all WmttafMSUtg with CaTpsn
tier and with the Krineli tlovi rn
ment, and thnt Carpsntlar la to hux
for the 11' d i ruaa und irivu flying
sxhlbltluna for the benefit of our
men In the aviation campa.
Beveral times reports have been
circulated that Cafpsntltf la on
some steamer about to nrnve, and
when he doean't appear II la care
fully explained that he hua booked
pasaugr, but by a later boat.
Bo far ua 1 have been utile, to learn
from prominent French official now
in this country, there la no likelihood
that Carpentler will come hers dur
ing the war.
First, they say, Oarpsntlsf would
not be willing to leave Ins duty on
tile firing linen to gu exh. billons
In this country fur any purpuae what
' aver. Ilia father and mother and
family are gUll In u part of France
that Is held by the Uermaus, and
Carpenller will never consent to a
withdrawal from active aervlos un
til they are liberated.
In the second place, there la no
French Ited Cross work jfuing on
now, and the French people know
nulls as well ua Americans do thai
America doean't need any help In
raising Ked Croaa funds at horns. To
saad Carpentler here would be to
wants a valuable fighting man. And
Wkt Is ons thing the French p' pis
mm am ao. i
UUPF SAYS ME HAS IET
$200 TO 12.000 OlAVTt
fVILL WIN FOUR IN ROW
Jawttf 0vrI 4il .
vrrAf'. fun. it. ttiT
IV rnii to r'nea" 'I'aa'a
Ma'l. I , ia'4 a ewia'a '
l I i a, end fii I .!
" a eleie la Ma fo.trh I mat
p p i mmd rnat I d to
If BM srd awing Sard No Bat
ryt a star's sny mote, I aal I
a n atf waa "x la's M
sarlea faf stasias to do ma a
- ' S" I rnade up my mdfid as h"
"OS a mUa They nasetVt fa-. I
ma Thera kaan'l -a a aal
pc ad to ma tbt ha f'.,(d m
mil arary ana tbal I did "inn' I
amd o a" 'tp snd d' '
into s.maha)c1y's tanda II VMM
haa mads a In' of dlffapnoa bad
any of tttayn fona on a Mtttt rai
H r ibia way ay that
A n.ai might bal out ana a mil
ry tlma ha esma to hat In a
rV'irld'a SWtea and yal wind up
with fhraa ifs after his name
M t of tha lima I're been up
II ro a "-.sie waa needd. ad 1i
my antlety to lay ona out I hit
rn irp I'm Drhled lo denth thai
my frl'tida s"' s ekaMMt (o tail
al "ut aomelhlnil.
The eerlea loi.ha rood to mr
now. I grabbed a MM of IMN M
my ?oo Dial we would win four
atralrht. fjMka rood lo m An
',thr tii'ng: I knew that they wr
hounding me, ao I purpoaely hept
ihv from newap i pra I bnn''
road one In a w" k I mav take a
past to day, though, aba' Just a
8IIAWMJK ON DKUAWAItEC Pa..
Oct i2 - Onrdlnw w. white, n fm-
juent lOWnHMMII winner In other
youra, celebrated his reappearance In
the competitive name thla aeason by
outstripping all othara In the testlug
round of tlm auuiuin Invitation meal
ing on UM links of the Uhawnee
i ouuti y l lub. With n 7i to bla cie l.i,
the former Flushing cbamplon
opened a gap of eiKbt atrokes bo
twuen himself snd lleginuld H.
Worthlngton of the home club, who
wua aei and.
ContsstnnU qualified In four eishta.
and In the first division no leas lhan
alx hailed from the metropolitan dis
trict, i' Van V'leek Jr. and Max
Hi nr. both of Kaltuarol. returned "7. aa
..,1 i...,. n. niii formerly connected
wliii Ins II Andrew'a Uolf flub, but
Whlte'l score is the loweal ever made
In lb" qiiHlifyinK round -or an amaieur
mm I llu was deadly on
. us. houiiK four Ions pulls. gWU
out In that B fSSCbsd Ibe turn In Si.
I'lllUAl'KI.rillA. o.t. II. flaying
steady and oOMlBtMt glf throimhout.
despite s "sny ;i"'n nd water-soaked
tin i.i II lliirlow of the
laaHoa Crl ki t Club scorsd a notable i
vjitory over Mrs. CaUb F Fix of the
hbma cluti In the seeond of match play
s, h lisrthallyn Cup, PlnjfMl at the
Huntington Vallsy country i'iub. un,
Harlow won by a margin of 1 up and
to play, thus rcn-raiiig the result of
their lust meeting In Hie women' eliam
plonship lotirnamMlt at thn Merlon
Cricket flub last eumnier, when Mrs.
F.x carried off tli victory and, Incl
doiiiaily. MUMSsd the city title thereby.
Miss Bsatrios Lounsbsrrr of the Bed
ford (lolf and Tennis i'iub carried off
the Individual bonon "f the one-day
golf tournament of the Wonicn'a Metro
politan Oolf At'o lation, held over the
links of Hi.. Si.ii.y Hollow fountry
Olllb Ml Lounsnsny ahare.l In the
principal liotiois of two competitions, and
Showed net lunsiiorlly over a field of
tinny of her niali battling for points
toward asaaon prlxsa in tha net noora
Miss I.oiin .ui n tied with Mrs. C T.
Ilussell of Ardalsy and Mr. A. B. (111
klua of Miwanoy, h three having a net
Corn of 111 but on the toes of a coin
r irtun favoici tht B Iford u. and t. c
eoinpetitor, and she gained first prUe.
while Mr. ituaSSU rSOSlVad second.
W Hoy llarnhlll had a aucceaaful dsy
mi the links of the Siwanoy Country
Club, alien, tli" ntsmbsrs nf the Metro
polltan AdvsrllllBg (lolf Association held
t lis i r gnnusl on da) tournamsnl with
s score ..r 10 f 1 1 the course, he capture I
the gross i"ie and, together with W. kl.
Coaalyn sharsd sscond honors In a best
ball selo 'led score competition.
Joe I inch Urals Leonard.
Joe I.) i" h ot tha SfSSt side found It
qu.te easy to outpoint Joe Leonard, a lio
HI subst. luted for Mbky Dung In a
ten-round bout at the Clamonl A. C last
uk ht. Lyncb'i itipsrlor knowledge of
tiomng proved too much for lonaid. K.
u. ICggers, who wan soneduled to imx
Young Hnilth In lbs mum vent, sprained
h.s ankle on nil lo the club hou.-r
and vas ttnsbls lo b"X
HOW I'IT Hh:iis WORKED
The foilouAno In Ms lioica the
riui'ihcr of soils full hed ISfSlSf dOS
bit SohMsn of tht ," w York Otonfs
und yabri and DonfOffh of the
lin upu H hiii M I a 1'ie- ; onlh
sgMS ot tht H'oilii's JfgrtSI ut the
Nm York riilrag
si litipii I slier
lbs BSSSBSI nf lbs SaftSBS kinds ill
bail pllsbad wua as latlatss
Hulls li'bunpi Ull lul.rr. III; aa
fartbi K lul.rr hit Hulks Willi a
strlksa SchMspi :it raaay, aj
1 toil strtkrs Seltupi', t'di Falirr, H
I "ill Hi hupp, III! r'ahar, 1,
III! tu nsldaft Mehupp, I N Fahrr.
Hits Sshupp, Tl Fwbrr, T Dsn
SPORTING PAGE IN
CHICAGO WILL WELCOME
"Coach McGraw Sent In His
Full Varsity Team Yesterday"
By Arthur ("Bunt") Baer.
OhttISM. tttfi by ths ITsas I'aNlahlns l. lH Naw y..r yntrf World).
C11ICAUO and Naw York may be allies In war, but baseball Is a
pen henm of A different complexion. Tb two premier burgs of
America are squabbling over tha championship like two sparrows
over ona crumb. Tha aorloa is now as even as a set of false teeth.
The Chtsox started as suddenly as a nickel piano and stopped Just an
abruptly. Which Is due to the fact that the Giants have rnncellcd tholr
Juvenile efforts and are now playing real adult baseball. McGraw nomin
ated Ferd 8chupp yesterday and tho youthful veteran did an Knnch Ardcn.
showing that his spinal column Isn't oleomargarine colored by quite a
Out In Chicago Hchupp quivered like a d1ah of marmalade in an i
earthquake, but yeatenlny ho w i as steady as Gibraltar, lie had tho I
Chlaox batters looking aa sill a a aouae trying to open a Yale lock with J
his thumb. They missed his 'iiilck
Both Cicotts snd Faber tried to repeat, but repeaters srsn't
stylish in Now York since Tammany stopped running, the elections
hore. With these two birds cancelled, the Chisox's chsnces are flatter
than a waiter's feet. The two teams have absconded to Chicago to
play the fifth episode, and if the Giants cop the gravy, the series is ss
ssfe as a Home Guard. Yea bo.
After hnvlng batted about ths aire of a Pomeranian's collar, Benny
Kauff suddenly went DMMOntttg nnd Inherited two home run. Hweet
cooklea! How thnt bird did ffiassag that marble. In the fourth etnnz.i
Bennie sent Hup Felsch off "n l"ni; ankle excursion and tot red the bane
while Hup wna rnhblllng offer the b ill. Hen came up again In the elirhth
and emptied the ball Into the rlcht field stands nnd plvolted around the
haae corrldora while tho outfielders were trying to call a cop. Bennie
made the Chlaox outfielders look like caddies.
Heinle Zltn also rouged up his f idlng reputation with I sincere Ihree
euahlon rurom to nirht Centre. Heinle smacked one of Fiber's spltters so
far that the ball was diy when It was euoiled back to the infield. The
next time Heinle came up the fblilers were pluwng back so far that
Rowland could only reach 'ein through the mall.
Aftrr having IBM 'cm fi if tour oiid loir in OhlOmffO, if IMM good
for rhafat oilbs to ire Vm lust hnjh ami far.
The Oianls' playlnir waa sweeter than a tmdlVnrtUS, and Bohupp Kept
the Hinlea as far opart as two II alley's comets. II looks Ilk .M.Uraw
will have no use for that police whistle he bought In Chicago.
Benny Kauff absorbed two Liberty Bonds for hi twin uui -baprcers.
By the tune the series is over Ben may hive subscribed for the entire
Second Liberty bOnlli H irlnj i iwsel blouspld, Hen like hll B. .ml - Bonds.
The ChlsoX Infield SVlated When Robertson and llolke spilled two
abbreviated tap down the third Lise Una Fletcher reached third on lioike's
anaemic bunt when MoMtlllen b ft third bans ns uncovered a an Kngliah
man's dome whsO the Kln; (OSS by on the royal roll, r skates.
Ths Giants had throe votes on base in the fifth and no caaualti.
Their rslly started to leak badly when Rariden slapped into a double
play. But Schupp eased a unylo to centre. He deserves credit for
this single, as he has only boon batting seven years.
A player hns a touch time batting a aliiRle through all the player and
umpires In the field. There Is an umpire for strikes, an unip for balls, an
limp for foul, an uinp 'or grounder, nn unip for fumbles, un ump for
unilny Hall Here I raal.
1'nder a decision of Justices Collin
and Hen man of Hpei ml .Sessions, riun
day baseball la l gal In New Tork City
unlcsa admission is i luu K''d to the
gam as. The d sets Ion was rendered in
the cases of five men who were ar
rested In Uie com so of a giuno be
tween the Cuban (Hants and the Royal
Ulants st Olympic Field on Juiy 19
Patrolman Mattery testified thai no
u'lm'nsioti waa .naittc't nut tint t...
grammas for whi
persons pli'd M.i
Displayed on table.
In discounting th..
man. Justice Collins aald:
Justice Collin declared that If a hny
were to play ball on tha one da I
off this law would make him a criminal i
.Tustlra Prsschl dissented from the da-1
T Ml IVIWIWO WOKLD, fUDAY, OOTOBB1
I errlgM. ' H Taa r raaa r .sa
curves more than a whale would mlsn
Hugs" Haer and
Of Baseball Will Tell You
All About the World's Series
"Buus" Baer is covering the World'a Series In Chicarjo and New York
lor The Evening World. He describes everything that hsppena and n
lot of thinge that don't In his inimitabls snd humoroue atyle. "Burjs"
in soma player himself snd knows s Big Lesguer from a "Buaher" at
first aight. In addition to Bssr, The Evening World hsa its regular
trained oorpe of baaebsll specialists on hand at each gams to kesp its
Tssdsrs informed on everything of importsnce oonntcted with the big
BENNY KAUFF TO-DAY
- fs Wridj
"Bennie Made the White Sox
Outfielders Look Like Caddies"
IN WORLD'S SERIES COMMENT
ew York. All It II 0 A K l II UK. 0. Alt It II A K
Kurns, If 4 (I 1 I 0 0 J. CoUlM, rl .... i '-' 0 0
HerzuK. -b I 113 4 I NeMdlllB) b t 0 I 1 fl 0
Kanff. cf 4 2 I 0 0 I'olllMy lb 0 I " 0
Zimmerman, lb, . 4 0 1 2 2 0 Jarkioa, If 4 lv i I 0 0
Fletcher, is 4 1 2 1 .1 n Celseb, ef 4 n o l o
Itohertson, rf... I 1 1 0 I (iandll, lb 1 0 1 15 0 0
llolke, lb 2 0 10 0 'fgTr, o o it I 0
liarlden. c II 0 0 7 I 0 i lialk, r I 0 A 0
Schupp, p 8 o i i o r'gber, p 0 I o
Blsberv, x 1 0 o 0 o o
Daufortb, p 0 o o o l o
Totals 80 6 10 27 is l Tnls IK 0 7 21 IS 0
x Hal Icil fur f uller In eighth Inalng,
( hlrago 0 0 ll 0 0 0 fl 0 00
New York 011011 x 6
Tno-liase lilt K. ( ollius. Ihrce'lUlM lilt .iniuierniun. Home
Kuns .kanff, 2. Stolen Hum' I . I ulUns. Sucrillco Hit Ilerxug.
Double Plays Herioff, Fletober and Uolkei Fttter, HebaU ami GandlL
Left on Hnsi's -l IiIcuko, l Ken lork, S. Urst ilase on Hulls Off
.Schupp, I. Hits and I iirneil linns Off Hiln r. 7 uml .'I In Mfra In
nliik'tit off Dufortk, I ami I in one Inning, mi bj Pltfber Hj fmbn,
llolke. struck out B Faber, : bj Dan forth, li by Kobappt 7. Will
Mtoh By Fiber, t. taplrea i plate, Blgleri al tirt base, EMai
at second Imse, O'lamglilln ; ut thirl base, klcm. Time of QaBe Tt
hours and nine minute.
wild throws, an ump for lach Innlnp
TheMJ ' even an ump for Un bat 1
HIT PAHKU'S LIBERTY
flclchr-r escaped fiom
liorneo throw 111 the Hixth.
lire wot nothing utatrhu
also no tiHtt Of erf iu fo .'im's
With hli ices Vaber
It looked aa If tin ChllOl Bpecked
fur-COlland overcoat a.
M'CIRAW BENT IN HIS FULL
After eterda- victory, ,c Qftntl ,iavo ntht
line ovi. i ney ale sure or Si r ,.,
If the New Yorkers esn stand
.u u. u . j ainnrt
ofVpur. Wm " '
Holke la anxious t.
"end hll hat
It, I fit.
OF FOURTH GAME
in ump for between the Innings.
HUM) HA1.L ON
w hen r'.tln r cut
nhnut Knulf .mil,,,,.
mped, Rowland will have to play
tht r baseball al lha door with their
'VARBITT TKA.M VKS r Hit I 'AY.
team to fear but
11 If they los. the next two.
,k. ... a . -
nip rszzinn of the Chicarto fans
" fun t0 be rldde" "V 33 000 .eta
f tna Mm barbl ,. Hh() n(lMOl1 KiUlfPi.
In.( III- Datdsay leel "miliar.
"I'll ma a 'em lump out of the levea
1 "'t elreli," u ths ansstyr Pal Ryan
give when quilled about ti In chances
igslnsl sfatl Uoarath ami rat afcDon.
aid In the three cornered all around
weight throwtna event thai will feature
thi Is t bla no i oi Die ve ir. the itiiiuial
games of the Irish Ked. ration of the j
1 8, a st Celtic park Sunday. Ryan.
nnwi'Ver, mil) be b in. I'd the n prise of
pla h ... sletlrath by bin record wreck
hi throw wnii tha "61 si the in rossl 1
01 tin N.n Yuri A. c showed hlmlf I
In he in wonderful form. McDonald can
b ii loth Mctirath and Ryan "'h the
It i nd thnt und his been th rowing
t hi M i" a record distance . practice,
do hi niy urs the trip matched that the
virion, will mo be ... ided till tho last:
WORLD'S SEMES FACTS
lrth gas. f World's AsttsS
tor4 mi rate f.roaad., IMs sMf,
ftrlaf. aVora, MaW Tsr
'afloss laarsei, ft I lilesso
tatorlrss league i, n, fti
'aadlas sow rasdst
n, u f. r.
Tartj fl f jm
Men t t
aeorss of pre tiara gsase i
lrt flhlle not Mania I,
a. . nnd M bits ..t T i. .nts 3.
i .I'd aHMMi ? ntilla Hot A.
falsi paid aiti n" in e ysalerdgfi
.;,;in. TaMI rareints k ;r
I faffj rtal M.i: i.-.
stlonsl ( "mmllon . H,17I.'.'
Ihe.e flirnrrs sre smaller lhan
any preilnna gams nf Ids ssrtea.
I he gltrndnnrs wna I -liter hr
..-Til and the lolal receipts hf
tlftlelnl paid sflendsnes for fony
ifnmea. IMaMt Total rerslpH
'.1.l'.'7, iMtldsil a follows
f'srh rlnb MvMAMJ
ITttlnMl tommllnn xNI2.70
Mllh elerrlny's rams over the
players sre no lonirrr InlersalH
In (he recclpta. Ilerenftsr His
ownera and the nllonnl Commis
sion ire I It all.
Ths hars of ths player Is
ilMdcil ltly per cent, to ths
winner or tm,7rUMA; and forty
per rent. In the loser or f4l,l.".7.79.
fifth game will he played In
Chlrairn lo-morrnw, anil the llth
rnme In this rlty Monday.
Ity John Pollock
Marty Karrell. tha promising Ileal mld
ll'welith'. WbO went to California, where
i oj -hd ilrd ti engage In thrra f iur-:-oun1
bouts, suocseded In winning all
f his contests. Marty won his third
out at Oakland, CaJ., Wednesday nl?ht
v tefea'ing Wi::.s nitehls, ths former
-hi ie;ht ehanplon. Karrell outpoint
.l Hlt'-hla in the majority nf the roun Is
' i rsoslvsd the deetsion of the nowsp.i-
p r exerts.
If lbs niaasi s K (i mmm of this ettj
."I Pal ItSsfi of Mm;.; j Toun raa str-s aa
I svigat qnesimn. ths :it will ho msn-hrd to
mmi in a fiftws rotiod bout to s dsriji n at
T.i:n s -w u I) ISSBtSI SH h7 ths Aim A. C.
f Hrmx-o r. foou . on Ttuckvaini Hat. Nits
UMs, mananr t Mor. n', tbs wcum to bs
IM MBSds, wruh ,n st Iks nn,ds,
Al Upas, who sir,dr has fi'ir llgBMSJ 'in.lrr
n"M''m'nt. Isslsi imasjlHil srr.rj.mmi. la
'i"i ia iffaln an aotir guod bsuin. This
"'r.i rr ,, Ji.'.r llf, h.n. Ilia -an tsn lo tvsij-
ISI ..o sin iiunr f'l'.'j st las l.-rsl chins
USt )or. Mr.h.n I. I. sM I Bir. t J., . D I
t'ir sn roiiiid, st tsl OlTBpU 4. a. of I'hluvlsl
I'his .0 aril w n.fhl.
Th ftftraa nnail knit hrtwsea rraalla Han
lir rail alaS I'.m.n. an 1 Pal M'Klrs ef IsSSM is
Trim . ',,. h a as rhsduls ta I feulit st las
MnbaSBS ASalllerlaBI of Nrw llrlssua on Oct 1.1
has Mas ssalsssl elf, Doalakl Tmorleh to-tsi
"irr.l In aa'l mimii, ..tins tst Moors l.as
BfOaaa tu. sr.... anils tra
Ua'li ban lo iii-al tbo Voui
tig, sod as a mult
ra l It BtalUaa, man.irr of th nrrmnt A. C.
! Mr., nl.vn. to it., .vnal op J.-ff Smitb. tha
.."r lla..r.n m. H....M .t. to mrst M.na Mr
Tlane, lb rugrd ISMl .flalnsr. for m rounds l
lha mam stmt st Ilia bonne allow to bs HssM
a: SSI nih .n MUBjdal e'rtui.. net. .'0.
All d-'nj fur th- boat hrtwars Kn-I Full.
IB MTaatsra Msnwiass, aod Tom Coalsr, tor
rstfW l.ns iali :-nr. arro srrnJ to lar. Ths
mro Sill ..iiu l.ig.-tlirr in s tru round L-oit st ii.h
Cant tsl City A. 0. of nt. Psol, Minn . oa t'
SHU sf lt. DO. Cow 1st ir tr.imiif hire for lb
bout. He la lo e-r.ia M lr crul. of tli Croat
i . .. Is f I Li, t'liu.
Tha niatrl.mali-' ..f th Yorliills A. 0, of Har
. m to .i.jr sllacliad sooUitr frsturs bout for bU
lie on MSBS! O'Jht. 1'rankia II: u snd
HSlrnj Smith aiil USrl in the Ulam hour vlitl
IBS loliimiag Mosoar. Oct. 22. Bobbls LsTOSS ' I
s-ok uii . Laxj issasaa, t:. ...loted llblsillii.
is tbr alar ro ut at that vl Ib's aho.
M.'ar-r John WriatnariM of th BsjldBai
s-'r.og club sssaSsSsaa that tli it ... v Has and
llsttlmg laWlSSly bout a hfhlrfd f"r to-night haa
igaio l"'t postuoosd uutd Not , SlgBSgsl
li.n sferMS aakr.l for the SBatgSasBMat, omul
to ths fai't that larlBSiJ was SBSbll Is MBttlS s
lurh.ugh from ton 11, o. Anny oatnt. at Ajar,
Mi ki sfaCsht, llarlom'a Iradlng llghtarighi.
ani Hsrrj Martsss ef Nw Jrrwy sill furmab
the fLrSttorll I our of lha flStUM Iro round
boms at las Hsa Pais CMb t" eight. Johnnj
Wall'" ail! tskr on llatiling ('biirk, who is on
gii.n .1 oi.il of US) be" bai.inns lu lha Kail.
Lea h Oroaa, hrothrr of, Martj 1'ro.a wb i
ta I'J.iau Jo liana at the l'rinont rtiort-
tng I'J.ih tomorrow night, alM ISSBM tlir fofSMf
In hi Utllr. laSSol put os ths glows lUI
Vlaity rsssllSlJ fur four rs inda. Is Bs says tiiat
tho g liar la bitting har-l'r thau rirr. Lra. i
saM 'hat bis SrBXbSI U1 Isnfl llsl.au Jo out.
Dlst CSfsSJ luu ..gn.Nl ui Ms bantams, ight.
Mmkry Pass, fat two ui .rs bouts. Ila'il f. a J.w
I.yiv h si th 1'iunfirr ouort.tig club urxt Thiimtay
Bight. Joe lliirtuajl haa agrr.it to BS llt.un. too,
al -:'.. lu al slab, Talking about bsaehsll. Curler
Mia that Ur.hirr'lajr night Hrnny Kauff bet aim
10 tie nesat sassl s h tn. run jrsterday. "donis
i'oufidtnrs. alt" said l urlsy.
Han lid P.irre, Ihr ewly llarrteon boiar. Is
going to ls st tb riagjida st ths raimont A. 0.
tu-uiorrow nig.it to i haliitigc tbs wiuosr of ab
b. ut bvisreu TouiiJly TUSBf of I'.laraon and V'oung
lin.oiuua of Jrry liirv. sTSatl la for ths Nea
JssSSf Ugllwaieat ''liao'i'ionabui.
Fiist lt.i" Peu I Artifice. Nassau
uit ry, Utss 1'eep
Btei "'"I I! ice- Kitdare Hoy, . ij
Bssch, Kllio' of the Wind.
Third Kara -Beau of Hento, l.jtile,
Koui in It Cowers entry, Htart-
llnt;. N itin.illst.
Kiltti Bsc -Blgl. Christie. Lady
Sixth ltace Airman. Onolus,
SavVSnth itscc Malheur, Muckrosd
GIANTS AND SOX
EARN AT LEAST
N h Nfw Yfifk P1.iff Pifht
in? for Mi I xH Uf
h w kmtnt r.ml.
1 t " any win aelll nm
gartra of tst;
. , M '' nTlat
a ill gel is pay rs f the rniilpMLI
sears id dlaida UM)
MSI li , m-u s lis' tha Mw rsfb
41 wilt eara a4 iaM
Id SSd -I .tnl'itlaa lb)
1 ,1 iri a
l"f nt of I1..5 ni I r no h mrsaa that
thrr still divide M -,SB
Th slaysn i,t tha laslng tm m du
lda s) per sa)l . ,,r Ml 17 7.
Tha 'Hants have Ix'ntr four player)
ebstide If tt.r-tr H th srrlos sasb
man will at tX.W . If ihr, lose sari
man will art ;..vh 21
" '- ' bay tsranty-thrse
rr albla if 11,, .in ,n. ,.r,sai
' ' 'nn WUI gat .:.9IMi. If thoy lose
each rrum aid grt f2 IJ
I ll meant thai the OftHNa ra naw
fighting for an mm 11:71 and the
" 1 ,1 fr an Sltrl 11,1.10 Id rnjnd
' Ige h h.irr sf the playsn
svaa slightly mor lh Hoib.n Had Sog
dividing PJT.7M.41 and Iho Hrooklys)
Itobins IV trn'rt
Tha record for Ittsidln)! and rs f
eelpta waa art In IMf, h.-n lha Bosto
rd lea and tha New Tori oiaaM
battled through eight gam s t-i a djge
In that yrar the total attndaocs waa
sMJM' and t). t -al rceps IISf.MS.
Tha hi nf th i lairrs SfaS llr..r,7 M
and the share of each club tl4S,81t
Tha Kndham Trrp team was called
upon 'n face the yamlty In the dally
Ige. H was the first tlm thla
season that theso two rleTena met Un
like firmer seasons, the youngitsre
shorn nf their, veteran and heary ma
terial, were unahio to furnish much of
I Th"v did, however, enable the
collegians to get in a good workout for
to-rnorrew'a game with Norwich Uni
versity The "-op players could not
plei a the varsity fiont. but worked
several forward pasiei.
OBNBVA. N V . Oct. .The Ho
' II ill sehldali has been
revised for th- sssson, and is as fol-
lows I Oct, It Hamilton at Clinton; 21
-St. LawrSnOS at Genova: 27 Uni
versity of RochSitSf at Rochester: Nov.
I Rsnssslisr Polvtsohnl institute at
Trov; 10 Columbia 1'nlverslty at New
Tork City; 17 I'mversjty of Rochester
at Urnevs; 29 lThankglving Day)-.
1'nlverslty of Buffalo at Buffalo.
Ths New v.- k tfnlrsraltat football
K ad had a I igfa werkotw. In ths.
arlmniage. which lasted for over an
hour. t'i varsity was tested first on the
dsfenss and then on the offense. Th
scrubs received the ball on the regulars'
ten-yard Una and managed to get It
over four times, but not without a stiff
battle on each attempt.
BAI.TIMORK, Oet. 12 AftSf a hard
gsms at Providence, whsrs thev nave
uie In. ivy Ilrown tram thn hottest early
battle In year, Johns Hopkins t'r.lver.
lty playa In Ostlygburg to-nnirow.
Al'.huush largely made un of fr ihmeu.
the Hopkins squad baa rarc.y ahown
lighting qualities. Brown was shln'to
earn but one touchdown against ths
Black and lilue. scoilng the two other
loucbdowns on an Interoi pled forward
pass urid a fumble. Tho gmS was
characterised by hard tuckling und fast
opt ii Held running.
Anticipating the sctimrnsg with a
Ni.vii Keservs tam troni th Biooklvn
Navy Yard to-morrow. Coach Metcalfe
ut Columbia aim. .un. e.l tn.it only signal
drill would be held to-day. In yester
day afternoon's nractles lis sani tha
v H It) against ths second team, and
later agsinst the lr,shmin, for short
PAID $15 FOR BALL
KAUFF HIT FOR HOMER
1 W. Iteclier, No. MJ Tremont
Avenue, called 'his office on tho
phone laal night to innouDOa bo
a tho proud owner of the ball
it' any Kauff oraahed into the right
field htands fur his as. nnd horns
urn in the fourth World's Series
game, "1 was Hitting near the fi.a
who caught the ball," nald Itocker,
"and Immsdlately offered him $5
for his prize. He finally parted
with it for (15. I'm going to bava
Benny Kauff autogiapU the ball
and havo It mounted on a fine all
vi r haae. And say," declared tha
happy Uiatit rooter, "I'm going to
ti net ion the hall off and give all
the proceeds lo your Army Athletlo
If He Drinks
Give Him TESCUM
Any mother, wife or sister can ston
the Drink. Habit, If she wants to do
so. Thousands Of wtmien are ,appy
tO dajf because they Kve ttlr FT
bands, sons or luulliers "i'chcum
Powder." The powden are tutelesa
uml harmless an, I can . ojVPn .
cither liquid "r solid food.
Vim lake no risk, as TesCUH Pow
ders are sold umlir I steel-hound
, uaraniei by K ish'g
ISd St. Pharmacy, New York citv
ami S Allien Oshorne. lir,.Li' 7i
'He. Hrotiklvn. .
$1.1111 per box,
uoei for $5.00
1 ".-"""" Ii'ias bjaU ULU
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