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Braves PI
Real Cha
Clash
ay Like
mpions in
with Giants
Tesrcau and Matty Both
Driven from Mound by
Batters of the Hub.
CONNOLLY HAS BIG
DAY WITH 'TICK
ings lakes Chance with
(?b Pitcher in Second (Jame,
\tter Winning Firi
By HEYWOOD BROl x
-, future met a team
Polo Groum'.
i't was grievou:.
? thousand font who eaw the
?
re not.
n score
eight
. rown
ill nnd
g else.
?s took
ripping
over
Giants
Paul Strand, nineteen >ea's
*n hit little
in-run
tas "t Midoets.
? leagues of
m ng n big
? er set foot
earry large
rdly half a
? vhrri
ves he
nd on
earned bis
? run.
double and
ade of th<
lirld. but both
?need bad. to ihe dia?
lled in p)a\. In the
ball Which .
, home
it not.
e field
home
ore a fa'
1 when O'Toole
badly
both
much
?ill at
. ?Imps
ractice
George
"light
m safe
nek for an
?th an
He did nothing of the
..Ilings
?
No Kest fiT Stall.B|
ailing*
?
imped
or will Jiis
- Bob
d the team.
? ? i run.
?
muft
ra and
to left gave Be?
nennt in
single
rrilice H y to V
??'ate.
did much to
? si beautiful
!d and thr
-i nc catches
? never
to the
Teamogater.
? game von George
Paul Strur
v was
RUNS
I'oivi directions, maps and dr
criptive matter regarding any of the
may be obtained uu
IRJBUNfc INFORMATION BUREAU
Room 320, Tribune Building
I limit oOOO Brehni:iri
N] V* IEKMEY.
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>OB>OLK IN.N.
Norfolk, (oun.
liOIKl. ?OPl!*a| til,
1.1M,
fbafeaart o? ?
KM' I I'lN INN.
lea?..
? li.. I ' i?c Beautiful."
u?.M?i i i
.\ Moder..' II? UoU'l lu lb?
mi
'.?a?.
fron? everywhere."
M VI VOIU?.
s of Ml) 7TvMO\i> RIOttDU.V
???rk lo Ik?
llll I'M
<trjr rrltli ttj? cvaafurae
,'f tliti til:, a
Barry Scouling
at Polo Grounds
One of tbe most interested ?pe-t?i"r?
durtns the douMebeader botiteeti tbe
(slant? and Ihr Brtrn re?t*rdj?y ???
? Mark hatred '?one """' "bo ?a*
rlo?? to UM ilion.???) Jit?! In back of
tbe plate. He carried a notebook. In
wbleli be made frequent enttV?. hnl
the resolta ot hi* obacnatlooa m"\ net
Appear In mm nrwapape'' 1? <!*.'? f,,r
tOM ?pectetor ?a? Jaek Barry, abort
?top of tbe Athletic?, and be wa? en
aaeod to ?c-outlne
Chiefly, be am? tnt?rr?ted I"
to determine Juat what ?or? nf b??t
vrtmld puitle each of t'<e Bo?t??i bal
t?r* Asalnat the name of one man
M.r*. .narked nothing, ne will h?TO
to come unother day to dlsrovr lb?
wra) ,. ' on'ioll>.
? did
not g-, mi; to him until
? ? ??
?nibr'n'led e
?led m the first inning.
' Mnith, Wal
Whit'
?reked up a pa
! doubl?e in the third. ThHt wa
uid O'Toole war found for a run
1 m the ?t'iftli when Connolly singled and
to third on an error by Burn.-.
! Schmidt's single scored him.
Perhapj the lowest ebb of the
? teat we s reached in the
third Inning when Fletcher started to
throw to second, thinking he bad a
! chance for out, although no
' man was aproarhiii).; the base. The
outfielder tapped his head to indicate
that nobody was home and b's admis
?nade it unanimous.
?he latter half of the fifth the
(iiunt.- .set. ihemrelvr.- to the task of
muk'ng up the lest ground, and in two
innitiL- t the score li t *- net
aeutive hitting which
Medra?'? men have showed this
I rror by Moran, a pa
' MeVkle's single, Meyer'.- sacrifice flv
and OToolc's double brought three
homvi and in the si^th the real
fury of the fusillade v.as disclosed.
! Doyle bunted and his opening vas fol
l lowed with hits by Burns, Fletcher und
! stork. At this point with two runs
strand waa lifted and CrutebcT
?took his place, MerkleV single scored
Fletcher nnd Stock, N'o more runs were
Doming, although Meyers and
O'Toolo both singled
?core., follow:
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Intercollegiate Run
intercollcgiBte 'en.
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. ard footbull game that
Ktr^RT^?rf?LJ
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llakvhtarlnf. fantral repairing Sod? bulldli a.
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for our
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NOW THAT BOSTON HAS CLINCHED IT
Results, Standings and Games Jo-day in
Winding Up of Races for Three Pennants
National League
UAJfRS ro-DAY.
Uueton at Np? Vorl.
HrouKJwi at rhllatlrlptiia.
( Inrlnniiti ?it filial nr?l>.
iikmlts o9 oAsrjca i?svrtau>Ar.
Host on, 1; BOD >ork. 1
Huston, *, ; Nrw ^orU. "..
UrooVlyn. Si i'Mladeluhta. I,
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(*t. I-.U?S...7R Hi) ..111 l'ltl-1. r?l..?l *
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American League.
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l'lill.wl^li.l-la at Wualiliialnu.
Ii.tri.lt nl St. I oui?.
BBSCLTS Of BAJ?RS i t -TIHIIAY,
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S?PERBAS LEAD
SECOND DIVISION
Climb Into Fifth Place by
Beating Phillies by
a Run.
By Telegraph I
rinladelphia. Sept 30. If the Na?
tional Leut'ue eason only lasted until
sometime In November Wilbcrt Kobin
: t on is convinced that the Superba.
; would make the climb "? the B
Braves look cheap. Downing the Phil
'lies hen thi afternoon, Brooklyn
1 climbed into fifth piuco, ami inci?
dentally broke the Winning .'rcak et
, Grov ? i Mexa be has
linn cutting un high jinx foi
time. J tu 1. and the
i Superbes hold the leud in the second
!divi:ion bv a margin of three points,
\ v.cird uiutT and a late throw com?
bined to send Alexander down the
chute. These circumataneei arose in
coud inning, in which the
?ttled. Alexander p?ved the way
I for one run b> making h late thrt
? third base on Egan' bun! '-;ing to
: force I And that tally wa.
'chalked up when he passed Jeff Pfef
1 for, forcing ' '"omc.
opened fire in that . i
! frame with a single and moved along
on n sacrifice by Gel
?
I ball, and - irrived
Alexander was late landling bis
bunt. Cntahaw d
1 McCarty ground?
i frr walked. lci>' tallied
i or an out b
sbrli ;
I Mmgr '
?
0 i ! 0
? ?
Brookl] , ?? ,i ,p ,, ,.
PbllaAalpI la " " 0 0 " n i ?
Two '
?
ffeffar,
? I
m loviouu i s
Jammed Tight Must Unload
?Jandorf Automobile Co.
Wt HAVE moveo TO
1763 Broadway, bel. Sbtb & 57(h Su
Tom?is. Roadsters, Ttttrini. Trucks, &c
fVFRY KNOWN i.OOtl MAKI AT
S^s-Prices That Sell ^ ?
Jandort Automobile Co.
AUTO DEPARTMfNt
1763 Broadway betwocn 5bth an. 57ts St,
NOTICt OUR NEW AODHE SbEb:
_ ?
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING^
lUrd* Puai
Table Mfr? Repair? ^
tiui'pIlM Man Brva, fjX
SU l ?lau tiuiiar? \^S^\J
\t rOMOBILE INSTRJ I flON
at ?ad BiCt t
V. M. ? *
IM W. s;t? ?t iptx-Ul Uai*w '
ATHLETICS' RECRUITS WIN
Defeat Johnson and Seuators
in Ten Innings.
htngton, . i Philadelphia,
with a loan: coinpo?ed almot't entirely
of substitutes, brat Washington by ?
heore of ? to " in ten innings here to
The score follov. e :
ahrh i? ?' Hb r I. 1>0 Se
?
10 I : I V ..'?-, :f ' 0 ? '
? It ? 1 t t
010 11
pOI 0 . 1?
0 0 0 0 ? 0
. 30 17 t?
lb inning.
o i.10 1 t ? ".
.
"
I
1 In 1
' - -
'. Pick.
I
'ino.-k,
?
aw, 4;
Time
-
BALTIMORE EASY
FOR THE TIP TOPS
their
dual zsVie.-i of the year at home by dc
| feating the Baltimore Terrapins at
moon.
The score ?as 8 I
ton, although bit freely, held
it ion at ull
I best nd.antage in the
tight placea. Bailer, dm, the other
hmid, proved to be the easiest sort of
i, and his offerings ware lu'
all part? of the field.
. rover Land was yuiifully hurt. In
sning et Ile v arming
im 'M the ?are with the bull.
opoled over, but upon being re?
aine.
? i|
i l.
?
. - . . ' 4 0 1 '
'lui
? I ? 1 10
tec 'ooo
? t :o
(J i; 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 00
Ith, p. 000(10
to: 10:411:
t.ining.
1 Hu? ted for Co Inning.
? ?
'J o u 1?C
'-.. . I!
1 Holt.
Miinaifeu <on baa?-). Time? 2:31
UAstB*
WASHBURN GETS
FIRST LEG ON CUP
Defeats Hall in the Final
Round on Courts of
West Side Club.
Watson U. Washburn pained his
first leg on the Weft Sid' f
? esterdav b; defeating Walter
Merrill Hall, the piaying-thi
? tinul round of the
Class A lawn tennis tournament 0:1
the clay court? of the club. The score
v. as 6 - 1, I ?'. I ...
It war Washburn'i abii
his opponent v.ith beautiful low .:
! .'1 run fo>- tiie net thai g
1 im the victorv. Ha!' ? a- a
hard driver from hi: forehand himself,
but Washburn'i
and 'm ?? hail consequent!) swifter,
low bound.
rhe first ? ?>sy for the Har
vard r\?\&]\, who found little tr^u
out-manteu champion
: peed' mi the i idc lini .
With the beginning of tl o sec?n
er, Hall thowed his lighting
from back court
tterly contested, with
barn ttnell) tsk'ng tbe last two
and the second ?.et.
Hal! began to bhoot his dr
: e jrt 8nd near the bate lint
third ?.et began, ^nd although Wash
hum gained a lead of 6 to '
Hall kept plugging awa? and
oally took the set after Ihi
gone to deuce. Waahbum seemed to
1 relax his efforts In this and t'i" fourth
Old pla>cd with an mr of li
uesii, allowing ble opponent to
the score on
With the der
however, Washburn
game, going in for the 1
frequently, from where hit*
angled 'cross-court shots played huvoc
llall'a dri1 ?
?
GOLFERS_KEEN FOR FRAY
kuge Field to Start at the
Nassau Country Club.
One .'..undied and
received for the invitation
golf tournament ? hid bt_
over :
? lab,
?
me P. Ir;i 1er national
cheni;i
R Marston, the Greenwich
?rinnei former na?
tional titleholder, and Frederic. !
As announced in The Tribune yes?
terday, the testing round will
eighteen h( '
Jeannette to Box Langford.
Joe ' the world-famous iron
man of the roped aren ? Lang
ford, equall; well Knovvr an ?he "Bos?
ton Tar H meet m a ten
round bo 1' i1 the Btodioa Athletic
?o-tiigbt.
This is the eleventh time that the
men have faced isch other In the ring.
Jeannette il eager tu ?ripe out the de?
feat he muttered at t.angford'v hands in
Baby'' will have
, in order to mal f his
.~mith in Bcrton
en October "20
Dmeball Ta da* Tip
Top? ? -
Athletics Find Luck
in Toss of the Coin
?
First Two Games of
Worlds Series To Be
Played in Philadelphie?.
BOSTON GETS THIRD
AND FOURTH BATTI E
Plans All Completed for llase
ball Championship of Universe..
uitli No Changes.
sdelphia, Sept. 30.?The fir
rld'fl serial between the
Philadelphia Athletics of the American
I eague and the Boston Brav?e, of the
National League, v.ill be played in Phil
il ia on Oetober 51 and 10.
third and fourth games will be
i in Boston on October 12 and lit,
the fifth game in Philadelphia on Octo
lli in Boston on OetO
. if mor?- thun four gun
to decide th(
decided here to?
day at a meeting of the National
ball Commission and repr?sent?t!
the two clubs.
When it eanie ; the '?oin to
? a-o games should
be played, August Herrmann.
t-?an of the National Commission; fitp
r dollar and James E, tiaff
i of ti.c Beaton club,
; "Tail."
coin ilroppcd head up. and ('on
: nie Muck - - aid: "Phila
" and 10."
re triad- in the roles
for playing the series \
four games must be veti by a club
?
the tosa of
! a coi'. ill de
rhether it will be played in Bo?
ladelphia.
In -a - of a tir en tue or h por.:.
tu. nt the club; will remain in the city
waa scheduled to be
played until il i decided.
? announced
? at: grand
. ??. pa-, ilit
Philadelpl *? sec i
i
i d for
,i ticket for t': .
funded.
k'ible to tukA part in
Boston?t'utViAr, Coerehan
, vore, Dug)
?'art m,
?
Wbltl
ipp, McAvt
Schani
v. yckeff.
umpires lucky enough t>j g
I fppoint'ti^ut_ a! ?l.t.'OO each ft
were; w
?
Splendid Display of Soft Hats
$ 1.90 & $2.90
Esrel All Others
at $3.00 ?l $400
I-,-,??
New Aut
liamood Croan?
Welt Edge
Telescopes
RexiWc OertryMI Jl ft iM
1 Rich Black Felt?. 5msrt New Blocks
William ?ineen aid (bar?es Hilde?
brand, for the American League.
Fhrrc will be thr i official SO
J. (i. r. Spii.k. of -St. Louis, and one man
to be picked by the Philadelphia base?
ball writers: and a by the Boston
The National < onimission also ar
?1 the deti.il.s fu" the intercity
between the New York Giant?
ankeea and tha t*o major league
team i, the Cubs and White
The umpires fo- the New- York games
will be Evens and < onnolly, o? the
American League, and Bigler and H:irt,
of the National Longue, and for the
Chicago sei onghlin and ? bill,
|of the American League, and Baaon and
(ju'gley, of the National l<caguc.
''r.rre members of tha National
t.omn 1 'he Beaton
(lub wa represented by President
E. Gaffney, ?ahila President Ben
Sbibe and i oni il Uark looked after
? ' <; _? rests._
INMAN CREEPS IIP
AND PASSES HOPPf
Englishman (iains in Pia*
at Own Style of Big
Billiard Match.
AMERICAN, HOWEVER
MAKES A HIGH RUN
Show?. Improvement *t HI?
Rival* Game Before ?J004.
Sized Crowd at Hotel Astor.
R< IHH) HtWTHOWTE.
th??.
pion at Englieh b'! ?^
Willie Hoppes lead 2s6 point? yester?
day ofterneea ta the grand ballreeei ?f
Retel Astor, w' - | ^
are playing a 6,000-point ermbinaties
match at American and Engli;
lards for the
Playing his own gam-, lnraan
ily forged ahead of his rival, and wees
the last ?hot had be'
total hi I .0 ' te H
c 991
i )?a4
? *
?
il! I
??ach
lough outplayed. Hop!- g
dieatlens t^a'. he will
Kngli levtH
the d'stint'icn in the aft- rno? a bloeV
of making the high run <
9.1. Inman's b*sf effort ??? (
cluster of 85.
I un?an ?ho.eed traces of temper Jail
after Hoppe had completed bi: tentl
wifcon, t*ic referee, and v*hi?perei
OUely for a moment. Then ht asltei
his brother for a foot rule alld car?.
fully measured the distance betwars
the top cushion and the "?pot," diseer
ering that it was an eighth of an i n?a
too near the top rail.
"I knew there was something wrong,
you know. Ill measure the table my
m'1 next lime," said he, arid then pro
. d to increase hid total by leaps
and bound:.
AtTKKN' ?
.in (spot bat!? -C. 0. 50. ? ? i
I
and ?a; eJaTaTaTaTJ
[ 13 n
pe ?white bat!;-?. ?. ?0. 0. P '
?' m?i
4?. areraa
p?tete
lier*ret>--I??oiuar<! t?o?
I nma;i ?*??it belli-*. ? I
.;.'.?' < '
total. ?01 pfllnt?; ' -
1 it\pra-- rrand totuJ.
?
I
ON SEALED BONNET RUN
Mitchell Oar Reaches New
York in Unusual Test.
Hnvlnl coveted I," ia lit
hours with its bonm
Mitchell Hgl t four-cylinder car, is
, charge of Frank Xerb".-, reach?
at 5 o'c! ? la; 5' *?
convoyed from Stat- by ?
fleet of Mitchell
S. Houot, the local d ?
? bonnet was seaV'i '?
? before tl
the Windy Otv. ls&t '???
noon. It
' uge of 'Z?O mile
; if poisib?e. h total o
the equal of an a-"rag<
! in the hands of an o- vrentlT
ii- car will be equal to t :-?
M rOMOBILES. Al rOMOBILkS.
%ASS^?k^MA?yE IN
AMERICA
Many American buyers of
foreign cars have been in?
fluenced largely by habit.
But invariably their first pui
chase of a Packard has shown
them the superior worth
the American-made car. In
large proportion, they have
been converted bee he)
have realized in the Packard
?ml expression of their own
thought and ta-te. coupled
with the superlative qn.i!
in performance on the road.
Ask the man a ho ovens om
PACKARD MOT( \R
>MPANVO? NEW VURK
B R O A D W A Y
iiiftaeld

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