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HERRMANN INSISTS HE'LL CALL PLAYERS Ohnlnniin of Niilininl ('mnitii eion Promises Vir ' for 'Authors" Wlm Aw .ii.,iU. Bn WILL NOT UK DKI'IKI) iaiit to I'rnctiM1 lli'li'mil CIommI Onto T-i-inor.ow .Morning TJcttinu' at Kvoii Money. Augun Hc.-rmir chairman o: tlt Natlonal Haeel-ill Commission, fired the llrot gun In the world's scries at the WaI iloi-Astorl.i ct".-da:.. Ilerrtmnn nr lived hrtl nfttr tli" tmnn hftlir and l.efnre hp had time id illgct hW limoli frUniU ulm W.Lllt IPfClV.Hl se.lt". for til" coming tniB! "."ti' either sin iniinilltm him In Hip cuirl.ior or railing him on Hi telephone The I'lneiiinntl magnate, lumeVr r. 'illl , do nothing In Hip ay tinor.iiiig ren-i to the tit-Kit pccKtix timl hp paid so t)liilnl Hut he found Uiiip to dlscii I hp meeting of Hip tommls-don which ttlli I hp lipid here to-nioiimv to ali.utge haul details for tlip hlK gamer. "TIip pluyer-atithoi tiuistlon will come up 111" tuft thing." MiM Herrmann. "I will m'IhI for i'hIIiiip and ll.ikrr of Hip Uhlelles and McUrnw. lliithewon, .Mai quanl and tcyeis of tin' (Hunt, who. w aro Informed, llavi. aiiiiiiuni'i.d that thrv will 'ippuil' Hip world's .P!li' for several newspapers Tlii i-nilimlJ-.Un wlhes io hp perfectly fair hut at th- same time let It la- iiiidi-nnuod lh.it II any plnpr sees fit to ihf the governing Im.ly tln-l will h.. serious t.-oittilc "Tho rule, under which tin world's pplhw w.'.l he phyed wele made to lie en .fulfill. If iiiiy h nlency I shown to players who actually can writ" their own opy and wi under contract to iipw papels hvfoM' tilt ''imiiiiiIsnIoii's nrw rule was adoptvd it will .lmpl h' a case id treating the matter with falnics, wlta the understanding, howppr. that hi f uturt years". If we h.ip a world's etes or some othpr plan to settle Hip h.tech.ii: championship, hall player will not try to hp reporter. "I havi'ti't read Han .Inlintm's plan to allow playprs to dictate their stories to stenographers at the roiiimlhii' head HUaitprs after each name. I'M- heard It 'discussed and when Johnson airhes her" I shall aU for further iiifotm.ith.ii I'er-t-onully, I believe the ptPSellt t.lllgte will work Its own way out. The players, as a rule, are sonslhh fellows and tealUe that the world', series N of greater iilip" to them than 'writing' foi publication-. "1 understand that IIiikIi .lenulng", who tealy doesn't rome undpr the rule, has cancelled his contiact with a newspaper rather than cause unpleasant t't-el-hiKS. Kddle Collins has stated that he is ready to obey the new rule, although he qulitly explains that lie made n eon trgctto write more than six months nun, I helleie the other ni'li when tln hate talked with the eoinmlsMon will he rudy to apt fairly " Clialnnan llei rniann and Xlesrs. John son niul l.ynrh. after the play er-uuthot HUPStion has heen settled, will send lor I'mplien Klein. ItlKler, Couiiolb niul IJb.ui lor a uonfah helilud eloi-ed doors. The world's serh s rules will he nail and In structions will he Ksiu-il as to the method of lininllnic out illsclpllue In aee tlierp s dlsoider nn the hall Mpld. Tht-ie will al5i he a s.eret eonfah ultli n preeiita lives of a detective auinpy who will kerp eyes peeled duiiliK the series. Prohahly .Hm hasehall wrlteis will re port the ifanies. They h"Kmi to nrrle yestetday from nil the major league cit ies and also many minor league towns. The headquarters of the It-isthall VVrlt ern' Association at the Hotel Imperial will he open to-day, as umihI, for the iicconinio.lallon of vWlthiK serlhts. Tim press stand at the Polo (Jiounds will he enlarRtrl, a section of seals hehind Hie icgulur Mtand to ho set a-dile. The Ulauts will piaetict Kates lo-moriow inornliii; behind hM'Ue.l ! .MKil.tw will j Kive his pltcheis a stllf til.il In the hnx and the leKiilars will take their itnul itwlnifs at curies and shoots hefoie the net. While Snodcrass and lioyle will he ahle to play on Tup-.da. It Is admitted hy tilt! t Hants that tht-e . nn-ii uie far from heliiK tit. Snodcrass s let; liat. been I carefully nurs. d. hut may not he stront; as usual. Iioyle's shoulder hasn't recovered fiom the wrenehliis It received in the aulo siiusli hs rapidly .is at llrt fi xpected, hut l.arr.1 thinks It will h all iRht In tlinu Air the uetaway signal. The umpires for Tuesday's gamo pioh nbly will ho afslBtied in this way: Klein behind thu hat, Connolly on the buses, with I'Kan ami HlRlcr on the foul lines. On Wedncsduy. It Is expected, Con nolly will call halls and strikes, with 'KlKler on tho liases autl the others In tint outfteld. The rotapj- plan will Rive each .nmplio a chance to work behind the bat In one Ranie. . Much spare is belnR consumed In telling how Hie (Hants anil the Athletics will play thin and that kind of Inside b.iseball. Hut iih all former world's serlen ia?e shown, th.. teams will stick closely to stralKht baseball fret." hlttliiK, smart llcldlnE ami the best each pitcher can deliver. There'll be no hme for fancy Vtratcgy. It's too datiRerous. Trls Speaker predicts that Connie Mack's promised surprise Is the appear ance of Hush, his colt pitcher, as u ipr ular In tho series. Speaker says Hush has the speed of Johnson nnd the nervo of Joo, Wood. Oddly oiiourIi the baseball sharps seem to believe that the CHants will bo slumped by swift pitching and a sharp brcakliiK curve hall. Hut the sharps havo been wrmiK many times In their de ductions. Alonic Ilro.ulway yestetday the betting was practically ut ru-n money. The blR speculators were iIoIiir little or nothliiR In the way of rcUIiik aboard either bund wunon. They seemed to 'je waltlliK for a lliml tip oT hunch from somewhere. ICildle Hurke, the former bookmaker, who has backed the (Hunts In former series, is bettltiR heavily on the Mnckinen, thereby causing niuiiy wlm men to stop anil think. The (Hants will lime n "peld day" Mon day (iftel-noon at the Harlem iiri-na. "They will play an exhibition gume with tlie Phillies, prior to which there will be various contests running thu bases, long distance throwing, fungo hitting nnd throwing for accuracy, Jim Thorpe will meet Arthur Sharer and other ptuyers In a hundred yard dusli, Presumably the sate will gn tn the players nf both teams. Llnloli ami Nku-aiik. N. .1., llcl'iidilrii win. Oct. 4, Uolfers ut the f orest inn new uniii piuyeu in u com. bl;ied scores foursome to-day for n silver rup. T. J. Llntott and J. MeKnililen, with 178 27, 151, were the winners. The usual bull sweepstake was won hy P, 10, Heller, with S3 IS, 71; P.. J. Hughes, with D623, 73. wns second nnd third tTfc-C went to C. I. Cameron, with f3 10, 74. The foursome n resl T. J. Llntott and .1. .MeKmlden, 17S--27, 111; C. H. Wood and L. A. Hodgklnson, t8 45, 103; It, Huber and A II Huiiipliievllle. 1R4 2. 156; J, S. Stlllwell mid C. It. Cameron, 18631, Ilia; II o, Chrlsll nd W, I. Allsopp, ISO 19, I C) ; .1. B. Oarflcld and A. Lr. Uritu. iitl 14. i 1 2 THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER RIVAL COMMANDERS AND BATTLEFIEl7dVHERE THEY 1 HilHHHH.HH mi it if nn.-!.. n ititiier m I iiHvHtnNNHV ft' 4HIIBIHII3hhHBBI rlrrllrllllFl TV iTnTy jfff'n itv 7 11 1 1 1 1 f TTTTrBpBBBIB hims 1 he TIGERS AND WHITE SOX SPLIT. ' liiliUiufif f fl I ! HI BlmTnTO ""' "f s'" v"rk nn win WtMmA I V kfl Jit I lMflfitlfUli 1 It-Lu-aiBMBBhWBBB liitme r in-11 in I fjPp mWKm BauttljHMBflnfiV I iKTit'itT, net 1 Honors wire ilMdi-n ' In to-ila'.i doulile ut NiiWn Park, the ! Tirpij. tulclnx the oi ninK Kain" hy a 7 to f. siote, while the si pond went to the I While Sox. I to e. Callahan um! three i pitchers In nn attempt to tnp the Tm'ers til the opening K.l lilt. !i i7. I 'in. tl. mill loe White weie rteattd alike to a s,. , re 1 ilttihhlriK, lietiolt uettiiiK i total of full teen hit- and vexen run, oft the trio. l-'le runs and t mht hlt fonne.l the. White Sox total oil Hills-.. Alio Worked I all th" way mid mntrlhuted a triple to the downfall ot the (iiloauo new I'ipp with two triples. Hush with a donhle mid Veaeh with a sinnle niul a donhle wen- the chief . hittms of tin name. I'ipp iliove ill three nih.s and st ored ope hlmsi It The R.itne j was won niul lot In th" elKhth limliii,', the Sox forKiiiK ahead with thiee I nil- i unil thiee hits and the Thiers, wltli tour! inns and four hits, iinishlm; ah. ad. ' Kor three innlim. ot the p.-tond Kam.-j there was no xcmihi: Then In the fourth I Miase IiikImI. Ilo li" -aeutlcul unil , K.tsteiiy siiiKhd. hriniiiiit! In th- only inn I ol the name The scores . I riKT ' 1. ' lillCAfiO i . -ib r h Weav'r I.or.1,31.. 3 1 1 Ko'rn'r rf " 1 I liKTItOIT e ,d. r ti P a p 1 ItlHi,.-. 0 lluuim.'.li 0 Crn fit rf t C.bli.ct i. Win h II illPli.lh 1 Uili-ou . i tliahiip Sl.inaae.e ...Vltl.31. . 0Uaii.p I ') I 1 1 CIih-p, 11.. Ill.illp el fli.in'il it . hulk.c It.-ri.pr -ii Hp17,. Collins riisiiip.p tKj-lprly Wliite p. 4 ti l "i t ) : i i I o t -I M II I tl c n .i ii o g i p Total ..si ; 13 i: Totii -: : :i i: s ll.itteil lor Henr. In tlip tilth innilis tHattnl Inr I'ikiIIp In tllf sPtenth llinipn tlfalted fur Oib'tai in the enthlh iniaiii; Chleum toon 1 it 0 r. it - ,'. Detroit u I i) 0 ti it . - ; llttt Ott Hen. I. ni lour limine; oft Ctpottr, 3 in lw.i limine-' off White In to inuuiKs. iTwii Imp hll V'i.hIi Three ha hits . Vp.ir, Piiip, . IIU"li. liaas sa.rillip hitu ll..lie. . HertnT, Ctui stolen han. We.iver. . Conh Doulile pl.tv Hush .nnl I'ipp. Firt Iium un lull- Off Upii I oft I'l.t.ttp I; nft wiuip . .Ut liiu-s r. sirutsc out Hy nails". Ita,,1 li.ill lltllU Wlli till! h - I1..1I. i'mriue In chiefs (I'LoukIiIiii KipM umpire rVriiu-on. Tini'"- 2 hour niul . innaites. Tini'"- 2 hour nnd KCf)NH liAMK CHlCAliO (A 1. 1 I IIKTKOIT. ah r h p a ah r weav r. :t ti 3 1 V Hu!i. 1i.iiiideii 1 I,nrd .111 3 0 I Collin rf ti i. H.iu un ;h t. i Crawl'il.rt ii u Cobb cf i) ti llish.er 3 I P.iell It 1 Pu.p.tli U 0 si.uiiicf.e VUI Sb i 3 WlUl'jll -. l l.iuine.lh J I Itouie el . ti 1 0 0 'i 0 o I a j .1 0 0 0 Ch.tpil It :. ii " ii K.i-frl " - o . . HrPtmi.rli : a ii I Hti-isll n - i) o Tutal. :3 1 b U 'i 1 I I Total H (i C Is ; 1 (tUIP eaUed Oil licctillllt of tt.llUue Chieaiiii ti 0 n 1 D IV- 1 IJi-lrmt .. . . ii 0 0 v 0- 0 Two nae hit -stdnace. Sacrifice hit llotlie stulrii Usse Inl Kir! haitp on baJls Off Hucll, I. struck nut-Dy William, 3. I'liml ItatlKastprly Umpire in t hipfFerntison field iinipirr-O'LoiKhlin. Time -1 hour and minutes NAPS WIN ONE OF TWO GAMES. Srvenlh Iniilnu Unity Horn Trick I II ro it us Kuril lie In heconil CLEVhLANP, Oct. 4. The Naps lie.it the Ill-owns In u spvinth InnliiR rally, D to 4, In tint tli it Ranie this afternoon and the two battled eiRht InnlnRs to darkness with out a score In the second Ranie. Haum-' Kardner and Cullop wpip matched In the i llrst encounter and tho affair was a sliiR fest, the Naps coming out from liehlnd In the seventh, due to hits hy Jackson and Olson and a pa to Chapman. Tho Browns had nil the better of tho aigumeiit . In the early part of tho game, as Cullop , was touched up for five safetlm In the 1 llrst Inning. rIvIiir the vlsltots a three run lead. The second gatla) was it pitchers' I battltt between Wellman, the human hat-1 pin. nd Wis. Willie .Mitchell, Hoth of , them had plenty nf stuff, hut Wellman was hit harder, spectacular tlelding on the part of shotton proving a 111 ti saver for the big hutler, Wellman also tightened up In pinches and kept th eni'iny scon-less, Tlie scores : FIRST GAME. ST. LOtllS (A. I. ) I CLEVELAND, at r h a el ab r h p Sliott'n.pf 0 0 0 2 0 0Lbold cf '.' 1 Autlu.:r 4 I'rntt.lb.. .1 "iVMker.lf I Sloiin.rt 4 lilnl oid. s 4 Wares :i, 4 Xfflli'W.f 4 II iiun'r.p. '-' M'AU'ter 1 u i un rn.ti. 1 I : a o o.Juekson.rf I C t.ajiip.'.-b, 1 c'oiou.lti.. 1 1 n (i : l 2 r. o o o i n o 0 r,l)unlup 31) u o;i;i'.iii..v,if. 0 0 O'Nelll.C i cuiioii.il.. 0 i). - i Tomu ,si c isa t : Totals.. its 4 10 SI 10 . Utt'r 1 lor Uauinmrdiipr in the ninth Inning, SI. Louis 3 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 04 ClPAfllihil 1 1 0 0 J 0 2 0 ..5 To t'sw h!t-Jn-ksoii. O' Nflll. Three bne hit l.sibol 1. Moltn bases ilrauejr, Shotton, Auiln Sa.rlflee hit lratt, First base on h ills-OH Cullop, 1! off liaiiniKardnrr, X Utruek out lit Cullop. 4; .y I .nuugardiier, 2. lioiiKH" phut tlo.ni unil Pratt i llislnud and wares, , I riniilitif Hlldfhrsnd and Slirrulaii, SKCOSI) OA.MK. ST I.OVIS iA, I. ,) a p CLEVELANH. ab r h p an r h p Sholtii.pf 4 AUstiiUb 4 0 Oilaihnlii.pf i 1 (iCIiup-ii,... .1 0 0 Ril n.on.rf 3 0 n LaJole.:n S 0 oninuu.lh.. 2 1 o tiiinlap.ab ,t 1 Ci(lninpy,lf. 2 2 rcarlwli c, 3 .1 !ltfltchr!l,p ! 3 1 1 o i 0 0 II Pratt, lb.. 4 Wnlkrr.lf 3 Slowi.rf,. ! tlialand.s 3 Wares.ib. .1 M'Alier.fl 3 Wrlln'ii.p 3 Totals, :i 0 6 24 2i Total.. 24 0 f. St Luula 0 0 0 0 0 0 i;irp!tnd 0 0 0 0 0 0 CtUeii on si'i'oiint of ilnrkneNu 1 0-0 6-0 Two lias lilt Walker llnilbte iln)S-Wrll mini, Wares and l'rall Wmes iiiuii.itpii (llsnii luiinsilslPdi. 1'ii'st base un bulls- Off Wpiliuaii. 2: oft Mllelit'll. 3 Mairlflpe hlls Olsou, Mitchell. Htolen tiiittpM ('baiiinaii, 21 1 bold, hhnitou, Austin Struck out n wn. i ' man. (; by Mitchell, . Passed ball McAlllsirr. r.-Ni(3vla u Idililetirani t . I II I II WW 111 I II III I 11 Mill 11 I 'In W Wi'lM I I ! Ocelli- nl tlir 1'itln (iriimiiN lll hp Atiiut'il lierr 'riieailn,'. GIANTS AND ATHLETICS READY FOR CLASH TO DECIDE WORLD TITLE Allli'l-icil': Kutt'i' (Jivatot 'IVjuiis Iiattlc TucstliiY tor liio- Honor, '( AI'S CLIMAX OF VKAK oth IViims Play Fino Hall and Kant Justly Their liislit to Mcot. HOTII S1DKS CLAIM KIMiK Sliowiny.' Ajfiiiiist Ili'il So. M.is for ('inifidoncc Amoni New York Fun.. America's greatest hasibtll teams, the New Yolk (Hants and the Phl'.a ielphtn .Utilities, ati'teaily for the annual world's championship series, which bee-lns at the Polo (irounds Tuesday afternoon and will continue In alternate, cities until one or) tile otllt'l has seoinl four ".letortcs III j seven (times. KnitfT the time early last sprlnR wneti the ilval inanaKcrs, John J. McC.iuw and (Connie .Mack, took their players to hotitli 1 em tralnltiK camps th" men have been flKhtliiR for the rlRht to play In the blR series for Rlory and wealth. In midsummer It was a foreRon eon clu'lon that Mack's wonderful baseball machine -..mid capture the Amerlcar ' fV one' "ilnie- r." Vn-.-ii' upier tier " ij I.tacue pennant, while loyal lollowers orwli, for one ii.nne; unirsprvct lowsr tier Leader Mdiraw wen equally sum that ti.., i!..nt w-oohl finish at the ton or th tile I. hints womu nrnsn at un top .Sutlunal It-itKUe lander. So with the ROl.len seiles at hand II I may he said that the Athletics and the CHants have Justly earned u reward xor their splendid ball plnyliiK. their pluck and stamina and their loyalty to man- HKprs and employers during tlie long gllnds that came to nn end jcsteniny, Piiitlsans nlready hfive predicted Vic- tory for inch pennant winner. American League men are wonderfully confident (hat the Athletics will carry off the lion's shate of the spoils. Nutlnnul Leaguers are tqunllv stir" that this Is the (Hants' , year, In New York them urn countless per sons who, regardltss or partisanship, stem to favor the chaises of tllP (Hants. If for onlv ono reason McClraw's men would lmve ilefeated , the lletl Sox last fall If It hadn't been for enurs and liu.ru lurk. The remarkable pitching by Christopher Mathewson against the cunguerlng lleun. enters a year ago, which should have yielded at least one victory, has not been foi gotten, but whether thu famous Matty can repent successfully against the Ath letics, udmltted to be strongsr than the champion IU-d Sox of I91S, remains to be seen. Conseivntlvi! baseball men who h.ne ii.i th,. ti.ntoM piirefullv nnd without i. ..ii t,,.t.i . h I, lliul lh At., etui are more powerful with the bat .1... Ill I...- t ll,U u.u tl.,..k mail Hilt liltllllSi loll ni ..,,. they believe, that McOraw lius tn more effective pitchers. The diaiits nro con ceded lo lio faster on tho basen and more aggressive In currying the tight to tho eiieinv. but the Aliuetics, wun, ine netti ,..,,, ,,. i,,,.,.mi. lir., bellevetl to bo ul ( " , , . most Inipn-guuble in iiefence, Mcfiraw and Mack, Imth shiewd Held marshals, have Instructed their rpsppctlve teams to piny the game iiccordlng to the li.ii. mi tnxthnds. Inside baseball tactics iiro employed by both leaders far beyond thu conception or mo layman tun. rne ui-t-it. hit und run game Is the secret of each i Mcdraw has four boxnn'ii of known team's successful attack. The Athletics I quality, who will do nil thu woik. Mathew Have parfecited this style of piny so that Hon, who practically beat the Athletics on several occasions this year two base single handed In the lilOfi series, looms up lumieis actually scored on the squeeie ugaln us the ("Hants' most Tillable pitcher. a tuinteti pan uiong me nisi oasn nun which tho batsmnn dumped after thu run ners on second and third were under full In nlway (lining the pltchei's wlndup. It bus of t H n lufii noted that while prac tically all the best major league teams ran play the hit and run game from llrst to second base, the Athletics also have bein using the usv method! fruui second ilnrliiK flit luM iritrltl'i ftprle llh wiiHi.ir. i:iiii ciimhiiiin. j lonlpstliiK 'Ipiiiii. Np York t, lam clnimpinn of the Nation t1 lajiie ami I'hlluilelplna Athletics champion of the Attii-riein laiiui" i lMilulr nf IfHinra. Fit I i imp October 7 Polo litoutl.i York Sfiimtl (i.ime-Oetul )lll. I'ifK fhiii- Nev. d.'liiht i Third (aiiif-iiils"r t. rnlo i,rinuid, Vurk Fourth I'dajpr-Otilier I". MoW delnhl.f Filth (lame-O.tolsT It, I'olo ( York Sixth CltKe-Oilotier 15. Slllhe ilrlphu. Sepnth l.inie ut iK-pjr. I'.irU, lhlU round N'ew l-iirk. I'hll.i- tirtols-r II tilxiuna to lie tlPtlileil ny Jul. l'otune in cut. In eie of rtn Ik fore the nihliM li.'tte ivffii playttl tl.c mmi mini rrmilu In tlip nty wtiere the postponi'mml m ur tinttl .t li-sal finie lu hepn ilaed In the penl of :i lip attpr ftvp itinin hitvp been t iimplete.1. rf.une beinr calletl on ae. itutit ot rain, darkii or lor any oilier reason, tlip teani will yo to the othrr city fur a ..uue Hip in M d.i llltlslon of Keeelptn. Sixty ier tut. of I lie nixipt ol Hie tirt four Kaiors, l ml inn lit tie if one nccun., will 1,11 tu the pluyrr. tM money lo hi-ilitiilriliiiithe tui ot eo ier nnl in ihe wiiuiuu ip.uii and ii per cpiiI. In the lii'liu- tejini, The lo rluh imlw-rs re."-itf i.tr .till r.ll.i:; dlMtli il an1 Hie atitui-il Cimmiitot! t' pir i i,t id raeh of the flr-t f'tur prune rii.-rt after the cluti owners limit per tent, ol th. natr miitipy, Hie riminilsioii .ellint imithi lit per i i. t r.iUeuff alf t liel.pla. All iecrcp.l Mat for .imu m .Srw Y(,rK hap lieeii ili.ot. ,,f The .ul.ie ., in niiuneisj for Monday h.i Isen .ili.iudor.wl On the ila of each came here 30.0"jn unroerMd fsat will Is !il.it-il on t.1 nt in a u i.. lMulkdelphi.i the numU'r will not picred jo.owi in.- .uiNl.- eupainy oi 111." l'llio lirouililt la JV.SJH. that of Slul.f Para, .. I'rlr r for Sellls, wl. enelt, for oiie iraiiie- hleaptiers, t. .,... i.... - ...i --.u m rain inr one Bnmi-. reseriPtl s-ui m mam KrJ,) .,t. j3 each, fur one ir.iiue. ri'iMril w,u in richt anil left Held pavilions, . e.n h Inr om same; ble.clier.. Jl KllKlhle I'ln) era. .Vex Joik l.uiiu llt.-liir. .M.ithenson T.-s- Froinme an.l SpIiiipp. calibers, Mpjer Me' i.ean. Wilson anil H.irllry, Inttt Wrr, Merkle. ,J"'e. , r ieiner nei-roe sinner ami (Jraiit Sno.!-r:iM Mnri-ui. I'.u.,, .,i-i,i.,t,.-ii .inn inurpt', l-o.l'-ll, ipinimoii; sent. J:' emit, lor imp khiiip; bleaehrr, tl t'hiludfliihu Athli-tn-- l'lteliers, Usndsr, I'UiiU. C llronn. limit It. Itip.li, .shuwkey, Cooniba, Wvcliott niul I'riinoi k i hIi hers chan.-, Lnpn and Thoinss: inttfl.ler, Mrlimi' Collins. Baker, Uarry Orr. liivi nnd Lnvan: outtlelrlen, Slrunk ()lilriiu,- F. Murphi. Waliti !)! and II. Murphy, twenty hv-p iiipu. Muua. pr. Cnriipllu Mrt;ilipiii,y iConnin Mu.-ki Oflleliil Umpires. WHIihui Klein and Charles Itmlrr N.nion.il Iakiit'. Thonia Coiinnll) suit John .1 Kz&n Anierii-su Li-uuiit- MlnrlltiK Time, All (unlet itill besin at '.' n'lmik, (.harp Hand conciilt from II A, M, to i p M t'lirim-r Worlil'M 4'hninploiiR. luSI, IVovideiKo i.N I. i. nd, si. I.ofns iu us, i, unnni in , i; ism iimt nkS, SST IWn 'tN V;V; ;r4r,!l!;V'.,',f; itirs li l,.l, l-l".. llempii" t-Upi. CIpxpIiiiuI (N. L.i: HIM (Temple ("mi i. Ilaltniiurp i.N I, I, mm i ipmpip i;upi, ii'iiiimore is. . e m,i ItOHlon A 1,1; I'W, h lorll iN. Li- p,i'. , ht'elo'' '1? !.. ,X1 1 Il . .'" I III! Athlrtli. A ikikui - ... imv, iniPiirN . 1,,) 1.1, IH., Huston lii-,1 Sin! (A L.); IMS. t. to thltd nnd from third to the plate, Tho (Hants, In a measure, now play the same game, although their regulars have not enualled Mack's tegulars lu making safe drives, All of this tood for reilectlon leads one up to it single conclusion, that the team Willi the most effective pitching 1 will tilumph pioviuing the luiT breaks .uuuy aiv.iys unit oeru u puzou in ineso battles for big money. When Malty pitched against the Ath letlcs In (he 11UI series, which the' Mui-kmtii won, hn was lt.it ti-.l rather freely after th" liisl game, In which hit defeated th" celebrated Indian, Homier, '.' to J. It wits In tho third gume, that l'Vuik Uitktr, who bad made v boiu run 5, 1913. FIGHT FOR BASEBALL SUPREMACY Hie licit .Silt. The flrf III I. 'I conrllel Inside Baseball Taeties Me Kniployed ly Hot Ii 'IVanis Leaders. to HIT AXDKrXlM.AV FUHTK Kivals Fse Foreeful Method to Advance Men From Hase to Kase. 31(i ISA WS PITCH KNS HKST lltit Muck's Cliai'frt's Hit lliirder How Will' Two Depart men I, Compiire Wlicn They Meet V otf Murtniitid in the second, found Matty for a "hollar wallop. Ihe Athletics getting nine hits and winning 3 to i in cievei. Innings. Mathewson tried Ills hand again in the fourth g.mif mid the Macktnen pounded him for eleven bits and won ' to I .Meanwhile Manniard was ht.ttcu by Plunk In the seeund game, 3 to 1. th" Itube holding the Macktpen to four hits, while the (Hants secured five off Plank Mar- ' ipiard wits knocked out of th" box In . tluee InnliiKS In the fifth game, while in . the sixth the Athletics slaughtered Ame I and Wlltse. ' Heuder pitched three guinea lu the 1 1 1 1 J si rips, winning' two and losing one, while Coombs mid Plnnk each won n game, Hu latter takliiR pan In two contests Coombs, It will b"t remembeml, pltthed In Uie third game of that serie", plaed at the Polo UroutuR receiving mi mt r nal Injury during the battle, trom which he never has fully lecoveied Compared to his pitching staff of 1311 McOraw has a hurling corps of much greater strength. If It turns out that Mathew .-on. who has won twenty-four ' games Mid lost eleven this yent, Is unable 1 to clink the American League champions , Mciti'iw can call upon Mmtiuni d, wistly Improved In the Inst two yeais, .leff Tes I lean and Al lemaree. Muttuard won two n' th" (Hants' three games In last year s world s series aim i esreau piicneo. In the other. Mnniuard has won tw ent -the games anil lust ten this season nnd has npp.ii eutly mastered his greatest fault, lack ef control, Tesrt-au, who Is inclined to give Inns on balls now unil then, has h-arntd much altout high class pitching since hu faced tho IU-d Kox a enr ago. He Is a spltball artist, a big, powerful young Hercules, who can show as much speed a any pitcher In the land. ietuaii e,wlth fouitet-n victories ami four tli-ft-ats, which Is u phenomena! lecortl for youngster's n rMt j-p.ir in major league . .iW. H-n-t nhysltally strong Ptiough first year In major league to pltyh mure) than once every live days or so, nut it win noi ne surpusiiin u .ic rtr.iw sends hllil against the Athletics tor the first game, As relief pitchers McOraw has the, veterans Crnrfd.iH nnd Wlltse, also Schupp, a colt left bander, but lie Isn't hanking n them at all. McQraw-'s lllg Knur must do the work. Coombs has been out of Mack's reckon ing all season, He will not be a I'ln to put on a uniform and sit on the bench, Whet ever the big gutws are dis cussed by competent baseball students the belief prevails that lctory for tho Athletics depends largely on tint efficiency of Hender and Plank. Ilemler has taken part In forty-eight games this year, win ning nineteen and losing nine. Plank, who H 40 years old, has been In forty games, with a record of seventeen victories nnd ten defeats. Are these eterans Mile to pitch ngnlnst the (Hants of 1C13 us well us against the (Hunts of It'll If they enn New Turk fans will hav-i to root as thrr'wt never rooted before. If tbey cannot, Mack will hv to unener tlielr etiiril hi either Can oil Drown, Shawkcy ot Hush, Hut all American League bats men whn huvi) faced Ilemler und Plunk this season say tlutt they are just us bothersome as In former campaigns Carroll Urown wrenched his knee tev- i :1 weeks nco and Mai k has kept Ins ital ciindltlou a eci 1 1 Maybe h" will f,n ' the Hi, mt .it tlie mm moment II. Is n bli; fellow who hii creat speed, a t iit.ill.iiii." "low ball and a iiii..lliiR.t Spll'tl' SllllWkex", III tile oplllliill ol the thlel. iili.l othel Alllelli.tli I,. ,.KUe te,nn. Is the best miuii pitcher In M.ii k h strlUK lie w.is l.iktii from the li.iitlm.iit, ti.nti l.iti -! n i ii i. r :iih I ipilcklv iisliinlsheil the ti.t-t't.-.i 11 win id by Ills tiliexpieteil display of -kill. Iltl"h Is Mack's "sleeper" He ha- won thirteen nines mid lost seven, yet Mack Is p. ild to li. ri oiimlni: liini for th" mii.s Hush is ,i broad shuulijer.il. cnuruReoiis chap, who isn't a showy pitcher. I.llt Ul'ltelillh Ret" tilde W hell th- the I hottest. H.itnk, .-mother ynniiR pltiini, has won tlflein and lost four. ratiiiR ilu.-i behind Waltei .lniiinii in p. i c. ntiiR. of h lories tt the Athhtics ate not flRUilm; on hltn at nil , The latthinc lei.iitineiits aipear to t.ili. I each other off. Meyei.. the IUr (iinf. who has ra UK lit In two world's' sinies alnady. is it kingpin behind the! hat He is t I headed under the niuM tiyliiR t'lrrtiiiistiiiiit's. mind natiireil, I it.ime nnd alwj uady with words ot eiicournRPinent As a thrnwei to bases he Is not excelied be am. exctpt perhapJ .tiinniy Art her He Is the i Hants' hl.lVleSt lllttef too Mcl.e.ill, Wilsul, ll.irtle; are nil i icht In rrt-e, of n-. cidcnt, but they ate not In the Indian' da. In SchaiiK. a kid who was with Buffalo Inst year. Mat k thinks he has the bptt catcher In the .tohnsnn circuit, which menus that he mut Is a wlrnnl If lit is a better n-celver than Schnlk of the World's Series Ball Games Will Be Reproduced Daily T Tllf Madison Square Garden BY THE NEW YORK nininrsiotAMl emvis: "I-ifHid ttMScw RHE mBBWSOl UMPIRtl 16WENHANI I 3 ' cms .STAIt HALL ri.vvi:it. New York City , On 2. Ul .', ii"s!.", 'I'llir.V.l1' .r"1 ,mp 1 would rMh'"r 11 rcpro-luc-r. .un the tr Hall IMnjei thun by ny othrr means, CltlUSTV MATIH'WSON All the (iunirs tho (".i.-iiits and Athletics pliiy in New York or l'h tlt'lpliiii will lu- rt'prodi'r-et-l on iIhr Wonderful devicr- rhowtticcvcn play tiinilc mi tip. Hull l-'iold DOORS OPEN AT 1 P. M. ADMISSION 25c. RESERVED SEATS, 50c, 75c. Other place, in New York und Hrooklyn where the Star Hull I'l.iv. will show the World's Noi-JVh (iiitnt'H will he Al'lll.l.ll TIII:a1KI l-Slh I.IIIIIA!, I til A I HI , ar,lh nl.llll'll I ID A 1 ItC. 14th 411 ItllAV II II. I., 4-in.l Ntrrpt, 11:011 t;s 1111 Aim:, iitmro. I II HAIOM HOI.I.IIt mink, (Irrnmnt Alruue, Rrnnklti, I Vl'lltr. IIIIU1HI4, lutph Airnue, llriiuklin. WORLD'S SERIES GIANTS vs. ATHLETICS POLO GROUNDS O'.miu; to Uie dt'iii.iiul for rcvrvcil h'.Us, which h;t cxcecdt-tl .tli n in baseball, and the fact that but one-fifth of the I'olo (irounds c.-ip.t. rterv(.-d, thf National Onimis-sion has a:thorufxi Ihe New York Hi Club to abandon the sale of reserved scats Mond.iy mornin,:, Octolvr -all rcbcrvttl s-ats have been taken. Tru'r? ai be lxtren J5.H0H and M 4 seats on public sale Tuesday nuirninK. October 7. Ivsinniim at eih' ' t the -i(-hih Aye. entrance, Positively no iickrfs will tv sold at the '.. .say entrance It will W ; necessary to hold a ticket purch;iitcl 111 mrt " enter .-it .tlie Speedway stllci, Concert fr'-nT 10;,V") a'ni. i.nnl p ah Uctjinicnt IViiid of fifty piece Tht National Cammiition L. H. Comtnnt, Representative. j Blankenburg Comes Right Back at Kline I PHILADELPHIA, On. 1 1(;, ' lllniijpnbtii'K will noi Ik ,iIii io accppt tin invitution ni Ihmh Klino of New York lo altoml tip. I oponitiR KfltiH of the) world's son. I lictwpcti thn nintith and the Athitlr In Ntw or; nn Tin.wlny, Th" Mnyor'. It'ilor ol reply foow. flctolwr 4, Ul.i linn. A. I,, Kliitt, .lojnr .Vrv Yt.rU City, .V. V. I Mv DPArt Matoti. Your invito tioli, tindnr (Into ol October ", 1 n-iifhocl nn thin inonnni;. ITnforti. nutoly. two imporinnt rnKHKetniMin nn Tncfdiiy will ltorp iim in Phlla- flphin. Otlionviw it woiiM kivp ;rn ploiisiiip toiittotid tin h;i,l g.itr ii" your RUi'ht. Yon wiy in your loiter tin' f,iHn' !iro uoitiK to wipe up 1 ho Polo. (Jrouiids with tin so-called Vthlrtir of your fifty." Hhvi you rvr-r ho.irfl thp storr of fiitnotp ini-mlifT of tho fninllv of (limits fiy the nnmo ol' flnhath l.i you tvint'tnhi'r vhat hnpprtnr in him? Willi -inftTf rr'Kard- I'pipv n p mtv truly yout. IffDOI.lit I'.I.V.VKIVHrt.f, Mavoi White Snv. Srhanu ran i. t.i t'n. har , like a shnrtishooter, and lu o nil of Mack's pluhcrs etjn.i t v Is n fair hitter Mack's other caicheis uie ,l.i vtbo wo" a ti-rio" to the N't w nuiners in l:tl. and ha Thmnii tan, who ion v don th' miek l.eed" I) I ill til t'-Hih I'ln II j enrters. I The Athletics have w hat llll.OIIII llltlelll. tllll-.l ua.i.e.i Mack once s.ild that he would much iiioiipn for Stuffy M- I1 t'nllln-, I'r.-trik Itakti and .1.. M.-lnnls. w li'i wa. un.il.1 tlitl "Hits, will cov. i lirt ha . a .''tar lli-Klei- ull hr lialtln- a- 'uniii Ho I t t ' thi- yeai Is .'HI'i. t'ollllis. til" le.l'll!! lt'l!'l II'PI, the Aiiieiic.in l.e,i-U". ha. I., n-u, .- of IH.ti Hll, While .ill; mil fllPlid II" Haker. ,i rr.ii I: thinl has. "nan. po,..ts v t piidi to .3 Sit. Shoitstop l'.atry has 1 fo. .1'iiiJ belnR known .is o.ie of t., n u.in 4r..ii plncn hitters mi the tf.iti. M.itiaw Infield is a cl ii i..r union too Mi-'kll" is CHIP of the -I'.lUleit ft 1' ...i-ietneii 'tl the National Ltnifii.. iH.itit' b-M base lunne- lis lhlWe." sc-ms to ll.ll fi''..' year'" averaRe beltiR L'.'.ti. lat t. ins .1"'-'. while In l 1 1 he t..i't- Iioylc, a star second o.tsem.n tlrnp.ed In hlttltiK, with an . "7n. ,-iR.ilnst .:i3o last te,r ,unl i 1 I att i ,if t r.tLi fill l-'lclchpr. who has dev Olle Of the leillllllR slioit.toi np.l int. il a i sliirhtly linpronl hi" stiekw .rk. .t i a aerni;e ol .2ST, a ni-ain't 2 a I'or third base Mdiraw lis- lit . t it? z i"? -t II . Sluift-r, both valuahl. pl.iyti played superbly ut this u.i n ti . i . world's series and has bud thf expetlcrtpe His aer:iR" t 111 - ,.(.i an lmpitivenient ovpr last season's tlirirt whleh were '2i'X. Sliafer batted fo In 7 Raines last season In 130 Rami -this ye.ir hl.s nveraR" was 24. I'.einemlkPr. fans till Is ,1 shmt se ns which luck will cut a fiKure nnd the (Hint 1 will hic.1 ynur vocal support ' So whoot I thlnRf up' Western I. run, lie, invi-r s T.tpska. (first nam (Herond Knnl I irnver .Tnpk Othr csin iutiionpil en aciour.' WONDERFUL 7 i i 3DC ivxiuxa i 3D (ED mawD 1IXWIS I UIDDD ISDiTin uancr. HDD J 1 rUMPIRlTI rjrOEMr Street. near 1th A'rnur, Slrrrl, , near ild Axrnnr Strret. NEW YORK IASEIALL CLUB II. N. Hempitratl, I'rcsidcn'