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7$rS WSr M)?LZ) SEiJE'S SAFETY BROKE A DEADLOCK AND KNOCKED THE TY. OVTOFtYLEW m 1(7 fc.r!"i mm ...a m BS' SPORADIC WAILS ROW LOUDER AS BOSTON iX TIGHTENS - Vtf!7 irv Long End of Series' Purse Escaping Their Reach, Blatcnt Bruins Begin to Holler Former Mackmcn Decide Fourth Game PPf rtStJLAYJNG n world's series bill came Vtlffl"nti nnA 1.A tlnK.11 . jiM -"" " iitii .'im.1n.11 iu nuiM f W the finest little indoor -sport Indulged In In the ncthe tiipmbts of the SH " uuesers League B cnrefulh vWT llVered With the milk this llloinlncr. UW..& " Kfc'fiiBiurauie oer a cute lime article concerning n lclot co-eil li the lied WrSox oer the Cuh in the first came of ii - , one may pick out the box score sandwiched among ome items about the wr ana learn tnat tne core wai 1 to IBwS, Home on their native heath, the tV6 m lnway Park, If one ieadil Eftbetween t,le,r ,oud nml blatant beef jj&thfa fllver series. Tap a run on lnutM furlough fiom his bus lndusu of counting up the dllTerpiue between what ho expected and wh-U Kf tnowr you mat ine ilea ,sox naa as much light to the fouith mclco .is the PS. .- i.. . . ., ... .HaKii ii 10 iw nu.vvci ivir i. aiunni ill "p Franklj, this attitude can find a jrilRwnnfl flnessei ' T .oni-tii. Mr rV loi m f . . ....uv, .... j, iw i'-ii"i' mr iaii niiiinn in 1 1 imiiu 11 gtfrom Deir, N II, who now Is engaged In the nimble pastimo of kaining ft? hAltl thM Vltlfllltll f i-,m m t c c t n n t n.iln.r In t...ll .... ......In .. 1. .. II.. . I .. .1. ETi W. vv . .uiiimi v v'iimii--iwif I' tlll tfv ;Bostonese would term a fau pas ua'noot8 across the lads with the cerise 4 ttlA n1nprc' nlurn nf tho enrlou A. ' .... -. v G f IOi the first thicc (imi(iis th men iriiinp to vet home in tin fourth una upon the ninmtc Stnlr f - rf1" hvpnllung Lowly RVTiTn, GKOrtGEl IIL'TH the bmh lenilci o' Biiltlmo was r, tiled to go out fy , ana maKe ,np visiting tirmns look ETfc Ife WAR ilolnir nn eltltni .itn Inli piiii ilH n "' - .... ,.... .-,...... ... ,,,... ,.,,,. ,..i,..ii,,, u- ,ur ui 11 lit SoUthpawlng perfoinnnce of his ilal from t'lili ago 'IMei who lmd slatted 1 to permit the I3otonians to ilo a Dan .fl.par SliPin had strolled when j Tj'ler's control slid nwn and aftei Stturin Iiad pel formed in h's ( ustomar hitless manner, Whiteman walked With one out, Milnnis failed to hit foioing Miean at ihitd With two expunged, the might Until amhVd to the plate swinging 1 pan of bits like , a couple of toothpicks T lei was mdiil!ptl neioiis when lie sin his tial looming before his eves, and he permitted himself lo slmot three peifcith wretched balls past giant George The bulkv I'abc figured thai T lor wis going to let him walk, so he lnuine a ttillle sutpued when Tvlei shot a couple oer. Under normal conditions tlm would have plated tin hiitei in S a hole, but etacIous gentlemen aie willing to bet tin famih toil that tlieie ri?. tskrtrtthln'r nnrnml nViont ttufh - t 1M V.HA, nJ li r. w, .t n ... ... I. . I.. i jici jiuii;ii linn us n iiiiui-m-i lit wiiuiu uiiitr it llllf --t'l imu n "-PIM in on the Clow n Prince s team Killefer wliosegiav muter neei giowsiustv, ' walked out to the lull and told Tv lei this (dp'eled h, teiisoi I TUt w ilked 'back and, forgetting ecrthing illifei told him proceeded to stick a 6V custom-made fast one stralgl t over the ka4 tiMt a tntsii n honltVii en inn nt that ."V "S fcM.. . ..vu,k,. 7" .!- t the apple was a sin and a shame L'-Z iiy me time Jiorris i lark nan tni-eu ine nan to tne tence and ieiael lhe agate, nuth was on third, while Ted Meredith, or am of those nobbv Lillys afoot, could have reauhed the mi ... T&I T 1VO finis ucrr mcr, and so i ball game, apparently 5i' Cubs Ruthlrss on iIirtTH two runs in and the gigantic tC.1' TF 7K It InnLiil .ill ii m litlt lllltiniT " 7 WtXT" " II '"""" J, ...,fc lh.l". TKJstAana buying ciepe for the Hrums Hut t as lifelike and ts spi as Hip Viu Winkle (.online down the mountain ide Fji perKea up, sewett up tne game ana mil 2S- Paw Paw Killefer found th it ltuth p nimseii, anu ne noncnaianii tieiuieu 5? f Btrutteu his uneasj hour and a few vgot out the crane anil denick and hasted the milk deilei into the dugout To show the Hotonians that as a pitche lie thought Kuth was i fire accordion plaver, Mitchell sent in Hendn a twnler, as a pinch luttei s . ... . . . gfi This was something new in a postseason imul using a pitcher tor a pincli Wi hitter, but Mitchell showed he knew E. Claude singled feiE"f x Killefer loostcd on second and Hendtiv clainbeied to tlist, and the Cubs pM began to take an Interest in iffairs iiain i'lack came to t lie plate and ', Tjooouy Knew lie was going to sirunce exceju noin icani aim ait ine speeia iH tors except one fellow, and he had cone to insvver a phone cill D VTH, houcier, comes from the M ac mean cnouyh to sail that head. Ruth Introduc'esS'Spare"" Into iSaiional Pastime IUT Ruth alvvajs is vvilliiiK to tr anvthini; once I'm th it 'tMson he ' decided on a brand new defense tainst the saiiitice lilt whitli was to Smake either a strike or a spate on the teifo the plate and it danced off the aliev RCOVrr,-iu tnirti anci second wiiuoiii opposiciiui vv nue ine snui i enoei s w no JtS. a. am ilnu , r.n tliu f'ltlu li,llLilt iWOT EGT,-4 -"""" " - -- Kt'vphew, evldentlj to ballast himself He Efebeen caucht twice off base still was JM.Tnth. n liter fls he wns. tolllil not tbtat bun out of ., sat i lilt p 1'lnw in teft'stead of hoistinK a hlph n . which rk-tTKillefer, he tolled one to Mclnnis That it was a slow roller aim anvnociv oiusme ot a utitiu mm or a lesies Twonder should have scored Kill Killefei however, had other things on .tit. mtn tin Iu r, no rf tile, nl.il nrw rr,rinnlt , nu 11 tin u.Lu1 tlm V.itCinl 'f& i """"' "" .3 .. . ...w , , .- .,,,. jMCommlsslon if that promise to p.i $1000 and ?1-I00 to the plaveis is onl fSia scrap of paper So his mind wasn't on his work, ot i-omethins like that. Kjjarld he gave a perfectly good imitation V-lvCP.r. tt llll-niiut uu. jiciitti ,a, . uu ?fiftmlrd.and almost was in dancei of ?tsavf his plajmate on third He stiatnbled back befoie Mclnnis tot ovei hltkA ft&t.t ,,f Lluprtlnp nnuiloln uhtnh wtV t,";v"' " "" " - p&j ..i- A IS., firl tli.it UtiiPT, , (.lllil l.n.u VXT5vfVt HC Mil nil., .i.u,,., ..iu,., ,,u. iiniit.ii i..ii.,,a ... , , hi jii,.iv nan llbe made the thiow Hollocher tlien srounded to Shean, and Killefei decided lawalt until the game was ovei befote Ph - ... SSff t-M aVOHKD on the play, MiCabe. uho uas runmnu lor lleiulrix TaX a'iln" o' .,tiiin s amyit Kfk tied. m- tormer Macnmen (JTOOK. an ex-citlzcn of Philadelphia ek. It vas none other than Schang who batted for Agnew In the lith. Wolly leaned against a fast rtv Thli Douglas was hurling tly came to theconclusion that the i allowed Wally to drift to second on sunt in front nf his regals. f'lill took it in the grand stand, hut he misted flaunted on the foozle, and the winning 'iLIn ,lhe ninth for the Cubs Ituth eighth. The first nun up, Mr Ot,seus Merkle. smashed one on tho eve S, single. A hurry call was sent to d'hjla wing kinked out for work in pearsinHt oaue tuurieu anucner piumuouue uy iiunuinx a nee lit nei 10 out toVi,Bunlon, box-scored as Kollle Its and nobody deceased, Jlr. , Jwig, Iluth!" tTW Baltimore bludgeon king walked to left Held, and Joe Hush took Sjfce'' white nian'd burden. Stuffy Mclnnis walked Into the platband In- CrUPatrell, a pinch hitler, to hit But he was pulling no quch Jgerjthy. gent was out to lay it I' hustled a srenade thrpw .The. capitalist from t . 'Mr GRIP ON TITLE n KOIIERT W. MAXWELL "iwrln hilllor Mrnlnir 1'nhllp l.eiler ItlPslllll. Sept. 10 on the diamond Is something for lid .. 1 . ..... . . .. auuui, mil piajing it on u t pcw llei perusing the numcinus iouiniU de Hip nnvlnin nml u.inm .,.!. .,. ,, ""' ..v . . I "IW IIMI thp eastern Iiinslnn. rmtlininwiro 2 wandering comen of I'lnzee tnle a bellcei the pondlc w ill of the Cubs fur i Ihirpi measure of the mur In the shoulder blade and taking a feu he will rind in his stocking he will t i 'Ufc I !" lot of siippnil anions time in th imhuIKIi tl,n l-m... t. .,.. .. ,..m Hi -111-11 MU IllilWt- Il.tl lilt' I 1 IS-"H He had been skidding those Hoover hoepi nnl the Iipmiii to ittmhle a utmblctl alnnn in llir lull nl 'Mi A, vhev lilmi' I lie IkiKi iimnhn, nmt uloiw inm Itnth Until the I mirth like i;ul Ituling Ho il s fa oiite pet .11. nlfi .mil imiiiiiaiit nu tln ......1. .. ....I.J .. .1 .. l . . . . .1 I. .. lit ait of the plate njboil would robu - t ball and whit Mr ltutli did to South Station en Hie Cnhs' ihamei in the old Ruth in Eighth llutli mowing em down like a I'rench tho t n i liil-cil.. Hum mi. mi lite, ,l,itnl-i - !" .'.l.tV.-, lltU,!,. l' lilt l.,l,n,l in ine eiglith the libs, who iooM'l ti in a peiieuiv woi Kmaniike miiinpi had cintivued the si-dav h lbit to nii on loai wine ones 1 v it r nan minutes ovtitime so Mr Mitchell all about Mi Hcmiris, for the lankv Monument t'ltn. ami lome mim thli name is n tiihutc to Pahe t first ball ftibe bowled one in fiont while Killefer and IlendiK slipped limit n l.ule .1 1111 ll.iltu l.u 1I1 hail 1,1 - " "' - slipped one to l'luk who liavin,' vvalknu in his sleep deteimined th it wouhr have done nothing lint scoie vv is sudden death of coulee of the Statue of I,ibertv ti iiiK to i- iiiil iiii iiir- t-iiiiiiiiiiiitr, itti itrn 101 j-pikins out Kill wlien he looke I up and tt t rn ui .ttplpil ntniiml Ilibfitt ..111 - nnllnil Um.iltl. Ii, . ill. !.!,.. ! 1, .,1 figuring his cut m the div v v stoitcx not tinti me ynme uas I Here at the limsli to etiieate the So from this dead- one whlih bounded out to Dode for the Cubs at tills time, and evi- rcanie had progressed long enough a wild pitch, and when Hooper laid careful aim at a cut with a straw botli the hat and MerjEle Schang tally was in the stable began right where he censed lit ins In Joe Bush to get In the bull pen and the frontline trenches While doe was Zeider, With tvo travelers on the Barrow appealed In time to shout ope Into right field and end the tikka on the slick Air. O'Fartell. down, and he did it, with the lesult to Thomas and Merkle was killed in Gloucester Just about won the melee, . ' A WON DERFUL MOOMUGHT VJbTUisHi5 UrtY rstifjHT ROLLi. AROOlsit AND VocaRlL iMVtTSO To Dimmer AisiD Dance t Th COUn try CLvjB - AMD . THlSrvl VAIITH LIKI5. Th'5 ROBSON DEFEATS IDe"'af ofrpirTrs Delays Fifth Game I JUliiNn I WULuAo 1 i onUm, rrn... P,e One plaiprt pitrth Iptitlnff hIihII !!( iipfl in the proportion nud to the extent or rs'ew Endander Wins., but! '"''";""""" i'i"'- Fail- to Impress Fans at Olympia I MKALi ND STOSFl DRAW ! 'I iimnv Ronton the New I nglintl ellerw oiKlit m ide lis Qunkel Citv tie lmt At ilm iiiimni, ii., ,,i,.hi in.i , , the eonelusion of si uninteresting i ev-inns wit'i Iohn'i Wnlpi'-t who batted for Ted Lew i he earned thp er dkt Ronton otupieior of Kattllnc lCopin uid Tom (libbnim b thn knotk- ut toad was ipecled to mutilate and ii Mro olat e irl but the brother nf ilie foi nu i liplitwefRht ihamplon re in linpi to the end FTobsin fought will in fl he, lttit hi ittninpts at tictiting wete m ine Wol-Ci-t had i gu d ilefi n-e and Uobon a ftii oft -'ti'-e Uolwm waited fot Wolgast lo Irari ttnl nlsaM lefiieil to take wi t ha in es In '-ettiiig- the pace .talematf exi-Hid oft n Ttt hon looked flu put of i fight it but hK showing aM nmht was diapp lintitig Wo Iff a -t i fouirht well ag iint his man and few petted h mi t lintrei until the finish Iohnn Meal et fiagul In Ills second bait', in foutttnt months and again 'lie liet 1 1 mtild get w as diaw Tlie 1 1 gg d lil iosh was ni lighting form ind kept Ioinu on tin tnn ait tin tiiiu ltobb (titnnis refused tr d rut tin atta k fiom tht, liugside and suf feied in siifiice in the ten of the house Bobb was f r s (1 in that font th rn i iinl lit ii tnsh l-i mleil -i t f it hi t tti nose vhidi btought the blood in its "' fcer,eH Ht t,,e l,ol"( ni1 Tlde the alv( f mnite thnt wh nmlng to the pIuwrN iitimtit etui t .. t t tii. nI,ff,aLLiiail, .loiimlh Hinong the oluli ow nerw, nnd that .1, s pss ,i in .J S ,rrflVh .V - "' " the ,.lvers- , tlm isessnitlal lo mv w inniiiK flBhter ...,,..,,., .irii...(i..,.s Mc stPins willnc lo lei tht olh.r fel- low do ilie ltadin? iml alwavs ton- lent Just lo niilv with a tomiter He hid manv ihantes to inllii t daniige with his w liked light but lip seldom uesii his htt ham! lit uspil his left j tli ill the lime and mi'-sui uftpn si()eh iKo v,ts vet v 1 1 1 at it pair of liusicc Italian knights of the clnvts enttriaiued in tiie thiid session I (Idle Wagond ami Kiankle Williams Tpptaied In t hluggltig kit whitli went the ipgiilation dlbtanie I ildie tluevv enoiiKli swings In tin direction of Wil- liuns lo t tid anv bout in i hunv, but , l.ddies iiilgtiient of distance was sad Tiie Snultr brothets smiled often during tins act si, ,1k lohnn patola His I hot w ii w inning To" iial a, lion tiie fltst two boms on the card supplied all that was medeil Kittling Muk btal Max Williamson in six bilstllng rounds and Blll llines had the bittpt of Tomm Hrrmin In six good sessions JOHNNY K1LBANE AROUSED i I Champion m8 Chmtn-Tcnillrr Fia ot Title Bout (leelund( s pt. 10 Jnlirim Ivilbine, worlds undt Rated featherweight cham pion, to la took a imp at the coming jtniK 'haiu Uevs Tndlei bout to 1p held in I'hlladflpliin hefou the National I on i)teinb(.i 1S The li'ht is hilled as a lightweight imination ion , lih' .with tin wi in emit td o ,t liatile I with laonard I wish tin hot 1 the lui k iu the I world ' said kilham but tliW is not I the tea I elimination bat t It I Knocked out hano in thiee louuds and feel that I m his Mipcrlot in tei waj 1 neei met 'Untile!, hut haw; luaid mm li about him However I still lutd"t thnt I in the nifisit r of both Ruth St'ts Series Record by Pitching 29 Rimless Innings llnhp (tilth tlic nijtltf Honthniiw anil liitler rtrinirdhiur i'f t'e Rrd s Iimh vt dtlln'ted new word fir nttrh hnr tiiitri ntle iin)s imiliirf) In wnrld'N erl-- rum" f hrbtv MutliruMoii. iu IfiO" pitihf.i tlirrp nlne-innlne pun.e us ilut th MtdftlfM nltliont helnr creJ upon, Iiii next iimrirttmi hi ; nnrld'H HeriM mm the oiwiilnr Inttle nicrtlnwt th , tldetlr In mil. Th larknien hrorrd the set oiid innhip. 1 1dx k-p Mtt u recnril of twnt-el'-ht nude InniniCH. Ity linldlne the ( uh 'un'fn jetrrdrir for Men frame I tit It hrnt ltltts'H record h on Inninc, In 1910. nlttlilnz itKulnt the I)odrrr, Ruth, after llnc Mored uimn In th flrt Innlnr, twlrlrd thirteen runlcNH InnlncN. In the onenlnc km me or ine present pent nine ultrhefi nine more rumrh inninKi, Thebe. with the veven reterdiir, aT Idm a total tnenO-nln ronecHtlTe urorelesM ii lnss. if SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY OUT - ArslD VOJ C3T rLL Douueo UV im Vour New PIWK ORGrslDlfi 'KJ eVGRTHINlCs ArslO ALL Ii-IE" vaMILG Ybu RE THtMKllviG OP Mpy VCzsV Ove. lis) HEAVENLY OH how Mis -COUC-D D S Kl C (? GiwlS i r rmir ri luin n i ! Ml Jill rfii tv nn I'M?." inininlttee of the plot is hoi nut thp National t'omnilssioii eailier in the dav The pluers thin t line to t lie paik and held a meeting in theit iliexsing o,,"ii 'ei it long mi, th. decuirti to call tht t onunissiou at ont e and st that thev would not go upon thp field until a de islon was rentleied I 1 o clot k not a plavtt ll til ip- l ai ed upon Hie field and there weie, IniMiolt lllil If ll,A .rmimluLlMn . ,U, it,.,. ....," ':..,..":'".",..".,' ' t-i . .. r SAY7rt An "- " "i ;" " !";- tlieis bioiight lo this countrv from pis share in I he gamp the Doston lied , , , . , S) and Hip c lilngo Tubs would not Bieiseas last Saturday anived In the on with todav s gcine grandstand and took boi seits ' he 'lilt (oniinission told the plaveis opr I he te ephone that the lite of ippoi - tionii.enl had been suggested In the nmmisistlnii In u t i n nu Ini Iu ktiig v.JU a,in.i.,i i .h., t !,,,. a heiefoie tht foinmlshfoii luri nn an- hmit lf. mnkf an chanRes Uialr- nun Herrmann told the plavers that if ' ,, iiii. n I .t i thej decided to strike umlei the cJicuni- Manet s thej Minuld at once go to Uu sates of the puk and al the manaR- inent to stop the a ale of tickets Tills the plaeis lud not done at Z li j when stuff Mclnnis was the oul irlilitw in iinifiiini tnnnwhHn tlift tiowd irrew iK ess nnd theie whip it-' pelted Li les of pla ball I be lommNsion then cinie out to Itnwij Talk md asked the club own ers to a -oertrfin what theh teams pro pnvHi to mfoi med the spertatot"! mlhhl be "I tnhl I e.lie Mil mi, the ( lib lend er, ier the telf phone, " wald i halrmnn Herrmann, 'thut the lommltslnn would nut i Imnjfe the rule, ml tlmt If the pliM ers did not propone to plit . tri in form the piibltr nt onee nt (lie Eftt". I further tit Id Mann that we would end . .... Ban B loluison preslclent "f the Anitrltau League said he shad nothlni. lo add to vv hai Chairman Herrmann had said At J 31 p in thp scheduled houi foi the tilling nf the game the plavers w, le not on tiie field some of them wtie wondering if thev SCRAPS ABOUT SCRAPPERS 7-ur.Ncj 'i i:i:i:y Mcoovr.itN the J. lotal lightweight, who is being man aged h .Joe Kennedy is n fighter who alwas pleapes whether he Is on lh winning oj losing end T-ast Saturday nlKlit, when Benii Valgar, tho French boxer tooK his measute at the National Mcioern was there to battle althoi gh he Knew that the on1 w av le could oerconu Valgar a lead was to win b a K O blow, and battle he did s fat as the writer tan remember, Teirx his mer oten put to sleep al though several timej ne came near being u liieamiawh but lie had the pluck to nt mi a. the count of nine and sta the limit with his opponents McCoiern Is' anx tius to tu matched to meet Lew Tendler. liWi IMtH. Cline, FiauKie Cellahan ItooKv Ivansus, .lohnm Pun dee ot tleorge t'haiuj. (.ut-slr lnl., (h- Ijtrtl fpKtherwplffht lia nt irtPil tralnms for his omlnir six rnunl hattlH wlili rredd IlPe Renny Leonards siMrrlntf niriner I h-v lll h ii iu at tlon In the fnil bout of the opvnini? show nf th Indoor HreiiK of th t'ambrla A C, on hrida night Jonn Pund, the Jumplui master will met ftot k Kaniai or HnrTah nnd not Kranklo (Younp) rtritt of New Kedforri tn i twe-round tilt at Boston tonight Brltt hurt hl hand while In tralulne and could not so throu.'h with th fight ( hxrl(r Ioe.hrriek has been appointed Pitrhmflkf nf th Sprlnp A C . of West Hoboken V J Johnn Drumml. of Jer (w i'lty nd Joe Moon, of New York, will he th contestant In the final bout of Hoepserlck'n first show lutk Thompson, the hask St. Jo JIo nt:ro heavwelnht has started training for his conilns; battlv with Harry Wills who 'nn tit. aiiliiftin1 jf t1n Ino'ktriB HUt Sam Longford th Boston T" Bab The will inevt in th final bout of the National A on Ftturda night Vrankl Conwaj, under th iiidimgrment of Kd Slatterv the fighting con met Bohhv )ole of New ork In 'ho main preliminary Itenni I eonard, th ptht" t(ht chm plon In ircttlng In shap for hU fight with Harry Pierre of Brooklin Ihey are to bo In the final bout at thy Otmpia on next SUITS$JJ.80 RF.Dl't FD FROU (SO. 2 and Sttt PETER M0RAN& CO. ,?., S'. E. Cor. 9tW Arck St. vn Uomtiy an 8atitrr Uattl VtlMk. D- Winnvrs $900. Losers $600, Under iew Series System DtiUlin of rr-rrlpt to tlnto, liirtiitllni; llir fnurtli enme, uHl clvo Ihr ttinners lens tlnn soon ritrh nntl tlir Insrrs Irss limn fdllO enrh Tho rrrrlpls of the first four Kilinrs will he illvldril ps rollows: rimers of rnnlrsllnir lenms, SVI,"j;,10. I Innl wlnnrrs. S2T l"ii.i, l-nml Iiikts Sl-i.ttl.ll. I'lntrrit' dhUInn, Hrtond trnms, both IrncurK, SIS, If, 9 ill. IMnrrs' tlhislnn, Iruiiirs, Jsn.'KI t" rlnrrn division, louciirs ttn IM 11. third trnnis, hot h fourth trams Imtli hid enough moiux to p. their va home The crowd had something to cheei f . !.. . s . I . . "" " nen a iaiBe ueiaciimem 01 wc unnea entile giandstand and the hkachers re sc '(n iiuissp while the band plaved 'Ovei j ,, , rp . anf, ie hePoe, tnree lusU I cheei the loudest and the most felt that hae jet ben glen In thp merles nming the continued absence of the . - .. ,, .. ,inil,, M, wi plaeis ftom the field t lie bind made ' Rallant efforts to entettain tlieii crowd, "hirh was showing temaikable lvitlente wanaper iiitneii, m ine ui, sm the tilat ts weie making tei tain dt -mandn but refused to predict what the outcome would he Manager Bairow, of the lied o, and President "harle W ceghinati of the Cuhs would not talk "I'm not interested in the affaii, said Barrow, 'and I do not know what the plaveis Intend to do It Is up to them" 1 did not know the plaveis Intended' to male anv move sniii I'residtiu eeplnnan limit I'HHkeit and sovtral meiulierp of the two clubs appealed in one of tiie runwavs back of the lied Sox bench in ihilUin clothes at i otloek -fjtlier plavers were dtesslnR in trTeTi cTuo- noues but the bind an the only thing pkising .. , , , , W Jl " national commission had tut lied the plaveis ilow n were circu- lateti at J o'clock, and it annealed that ,,,,, ,ff , . misp was reached John A Hedler, National League lepiesentatlve on the tommlssion, was autborlt.v foi the state ment thit the commission had refused to meet tiie plavers deminds It was explained hi iJ.ui Johnson this morning that the commission could do nothing to Monday nlfcht framm s htff of lUrrlsbur.: unuer tn maiiHgempnt of Samnn Hahn op. noip Ham (Kid) Brown thi outh Phila delphia HiRh School bo. In the semifinal Kid Williams, the tormer bantamweight ham plon han been offered to met Jack Sharker of New York, at the Oljmpln on th nlRht of HerHemlwr 'T hut the Kid refund the date an h Halms ho haa ton much nn his handi to take irt In a bout at the pr pent time Jack Hanlon then matched 1pw Tendlr to meet th best bov obtained It Is t-ald that Ker Hammer, of Chicago will be his opponent Present World Series Won't Make Players Rich I'll- I IIVHTII (.MK mix i; 540 .,ltrii(lanrt SS.1M BI.UJ 00 Krrrlnto $2'MlO 1, 'SO.KH l'lTfr iisii.m it ni- n .(iiiim m.iHi.u O'HTSO ommlHklan .HI'l'O lolll flKlirev Tor four pimfs In 1117! ltrml uu-. W.SH!: rrrelpt.. $R"t,37 llnrri' h iit. -J,88 18i iIiiIh' hlnrr. XIOI lll.'li coitimUsfon'H hliurr. S2S. tl7.l. Rirh lliirr on winning; tram In IHI7 rnrltrd $33!8.1.Y nml Hip loxrra Tntnl HeureM tnr four rnmPH In lOIKi Atlrndinrr. 1B.11I l rrrrlutH. mi4.7U plurrr! hharc. 860,027. 70 rlubh thare, t'8.jnH8fl; romml.Mlon'it hnrr, SIJ, 87,30, RACES at Havre De Grace w Daily Until Sept. 28, Inclusive 7 RACES DAILY IM 1.1 DINfl A SThKri.KI lltSK TRUN SCIII.DUI.F.i ('IIII.ADKI I'lIM Penna Rtl Train leavea llrnail ht Sta at 11 01! A M , ft Phlla Sta . 11 10 A. M n t O II II Train IfHtea 24tlr and Cheatnut Sta, 12 -21 T' M rilFSTI-K. I. renna. rt It Train leavea 11 VI A M H. 4 O, It, It, Train leaea 12 IK P M MII.MIMiTON. DM.-Penna Tt. R Train leae 11 10 A. M. B t O. II It Train leavea 1 0LT M NKU Kh. 1KI.. Penna R R. Train leavea 12 00 l M. D O, R. R, Train leavea 1.20 P, , AKMIHSION rirandstand and 1'adaork, S1.6S. Ladle.. SI. 10 lixladlni war ii FirtRct2s30P.M. OF LIFE "AMD THChO GO sfs)D 14 Vi?,t out) iNjrswT II M THe KAISER. iliniiBP Hip Situation n itliout tl'i h,nc lion of Hip dull owners of the two kiiKUen II Ih eiil(M tli it .1 loniiirnmiie is the onh w.t out foi the lilivtis If thes ton tintie ill thcli Htaml The members of llieintlon.il rominNsinn ale firm in theli rcnili e to iio nothlnx In the matter at pretm iiode I'asliert, Cnli onilei fleldei, in timated that plaiw were lieing mnile ! the plaeii tr .t.iEe theit own vol Ids set Us He spoUe of n bland new serleH of Ramcs ptol)abl to ho plaed In I'levtland In a stadium he did not name National t'ommi'-sion niembrs iefuwed 'o Idd an Inch .lust a few minutes before ffame time, '2 30, the players insisted there was not a chain that thev would sub mit to a plan that would Bhe them less monex than the had asKed foi The imwd did not appeal to know whafe was Roinu on Thev cheei ed the band and chpeied a quartet of mounted police who roe'e aiouud the field Indi cations weie the club owners would Jose the biffKPst attendance of tile series If the Ranre weie abandoned CARL THOMAS, PENIN CAPTAIN, ENLISTS Joins Marine Aviation All aml l.eailers re Now in llie Sen ice Tiie laM of Penn's aisii captains is in the aiim Carl T noin is, laptain elect of the new. Is the latest acnulsl- t inn lo Uncle -am s foicis halng en j lisiea in tne limine a latlon toips TIip enllstiiieiit of Thomas who was tuding medicine, coiirs as a big blow "u ihe chances of the lied and Blue on the grldlion tills cai, as Thomas who w is known .is one of the best linesmen nn the team Inst eai, was alieau inunten on .is oik oi ine sure inings ioi this season The enlistment of Thomas means that a new captain will hae to be elect ed in the spilng for the crew unless the war is oei b then and Thomas conns back unlnjuted BIG TEN" FOOTBALL PLANS Coadi Slapg, of CliKajto. nnouii(e That Practice Will Slarl Next Momlav hlcagn. Sept 111 Football practice, in the vBlg Ten" conference will begin I Monda, Septembei 16 it was learned todaj, when Coach A . Stagg, of the lnlerKit of Chicago, announced that the Maioons would go Into training on that date Coaih Magg said as-urmcc had not been glen b the War Department, that football would be permitted. He ald the (JoeVnment had the last word In the matter, since eer college student of draft age will be undei the Wai De partment's juilsdlction 'Big Ten"! di rectors, linnet el, Magg said, are going forward with tliel plans but are count' Ing on shoiter practice sessions than In former jeirs Welling Oulpoinls Wallace Jern I lt. N. .1 , Sept 10 Joe Well ing, of Chicago outpointed Eddie Wal lace, of Biookltn, In an eight-round bo lng"bout here last night Welling weighed 138 pounds and Wallace 134 "Ship Quick!" Don't trust a rush shipment to the certain delays of .all transpor tation ir the uncertain deliveries of an Irregular schedule, or none at all. Our motor express trucks lease terminals nt New Vorlc, Philadel phia and CoatesWHe orj the stroke of the clock. Connections for Lan i aster. Columbia and all points on lino ot Conebtoga Traction Company Closed trucks, cash responsibility nud guaranteed schedule assure against ss of time or money Tariff on"ipil)catlon. Arrott & Faunce, Inc. Motor Express Service Philadelphia Receiving Station Hancock St. and Columbia Ave. rhtna. Hentlaitsn ITU Four Machmcn Start Work nl Cramps' Shipyard lnnr nifmlfr'of thf Athlfllrn slurlrd tn nork rMrnlnv ninrntni: nt tlm ( minim Nhliivitrd Mrvn 4nhniion, Old rlnis nntl Wnlon. MrVtot mill, Oldrlnc urp rmmrrft. nhllp ,lolinsnn nnd Untsnn wrrp lUHlprnril ns rrculnlnr. Airnrtllni; In drome Itrnntl, thr nnnonnrfr nt HMhp nrk nntl mi Hshrr nt thp nlimpln A, V, mill nnn h itunrrt nt Crumps', nldrlnc didn't kitfttt how to wear hl worklnc niimhrr. Oltlrliii tvns tlvpn No. IR, nml, Itplnir unnrrutomptl to nrpurlnc Kitrh, nut II on hakn-nrrt ti nfTlrlnl rpport .has It Hint Tlll Mntkrr. .Hip ontflelilrr fxlrnordlnnry of thp AthlHlc, ttlll roin. Jmrk lo tills rltv lo work nl rrnmps'. Ilnldr Arnibi was rtprrlrtt In work nl I romps', hut vrslrnlnj nl word Ihnt li hid dpildril lo rrlnni lo hl hnnip In ( nhii. SHIP LEAGUE MAY BE INDEPENDENT I Refused Admission to Na j tional Soccer Association Under Present Conditions ONE GAME SATURDAY Their- Is cerj posslblllU that the Delaware tlher Shipyards Soccer Lensrur will noi lip affiliated with the national liod .t the Ian meetlnR of the sliip irds tliej wore icfiised admittance 'm kss ceitaln conditions were fulfilled 'Hid I vri rctarv of the national pprlte ppc ' lion. i:dBar S McKaig has written I Secretary r'aliill to the tnTiLfliitl unless thp hinards entered the n itlonal orpan Iration as j Iraeup the would pioceed to organize and control their own or F,ini7itlnn Local soccei followers will haf a chance to see what hind of football the shipyards nie planning when thp Mci chafitH' Yard s second niuad meets Pusev l Jones on Satuidij at the Fall hill grounds at Third siren and l,ehieh at pue The .New otK dlstiUt has foimed a league which will start on Octobei ( t;ighl Jards are k pi (Rented fie in New oik and thiee In New lei "ex. ns fol lows Federal Shipbuilding Pompam. Kennies N I , Sunmarlne Holt Corpor ation Newark, l-iictjen S. I-ang Drdock I'ompitn, Hoboken, Standard Shipbuild ing Uompain hhooter Island; powne Shipbuilding rorporatlon, Statin I'land, Morse Didock Compan. Hiooklui, Uoblns Didock Compam, Broolchn, Newburgh Shlpjaids Ini , NewbuiEh llnrlan IIhn lldjce Harlan has thp edge on Standard In the haisebill series for the Coxe troph. but the New Vol ki rs base been forced to pla botli games without the t-eike" of Big Din (iilncr and look for a lc tory when he pitches next Saturdaj on the Phillies';, grounds Otlner had been suspended bv the Jfljw York League for using the ' fmerj ' ball after lie had beaten all the best teams In the league, and thertiarge was nalh too obloiib lo merit serious con sideration It was agieed, howeer, to allow Oriner to work In the big series, and Standard looters claim that In order to make h.iehall n fni ce for cnnil ehpnn politics and strong-ai.il methods must gie plan to the fundamental rules of honestv and justice, which thev claim' were unfoi tunaleh racking In the New ork League iHsoJiMf ir. Alfredo Wi -' Tf OsrorCo6et I'orta HlvCjKffi' k s - 2sJSSik - Dlllnl;l"', lr ZF9 THE.ALWAY,EVERY-DAY SMOKE " j nOBACCO rxceds a ' I 1 1 I Chef! Goodtobac- 1 1 unpalatable. Blending and curing accomplish for tobac co what cooking and seasoning accomplish for food. MAPACUBA Cigars are blended and cured to keep in that racy, spark ling verve which pleases the palate and to driv tut the tart tana;, which rasps tongue and taste. Havana Fillet the genuine Cuban leaf lends piquant spice and delicate aroma. . Sumatra Wrapper the mild leaf lends sleek smoothness and free suction. 1 0 C-B XJ Upward Buy it at any Club, Httel, BAYUK BROS. Also Manufacturers of the Famous PRINCE HAMLET Cigart .PHILADELPHIA 4 ZSiiihi -St ""'iim SW.'tZ Zt.. SZ2 -ao J:2sS'lX &1M J -- Uiiilir mirakT Tk 'V i f!& .NTryv DIRECTUM J WINS 2s PACE Captures $2000 Chamber of Commerce Event at Syracuse NELLIE DILLON WINNER raeitue, X. v.. Sept 10 Directum J. drhen by Tommy JIurphy, won the .i?!,'l"r of C'ommerop 2:06 pace, purse J-000, the feature ocnt of the opening day s card of the Grant Circuit meet. In lomiection with the Xew York- Stat ' J air, here votculnv Murphy's black horse, fought It out In nil three heals with Mary Hosallnd Parr and Jay S . nut ""' I'oughkcppsie reinsmau nahed his silks across flist In the last 'wo heals In n whipping finish Dircitum J. pited the last half of the final heat In -GT (. lo win first monev It looked like a dpad heat be tween alentlne and Cox, but the. Judges gae the piace to the Dover driver. ' .loo Sherrlll droxo Nellie Dillon to ic-torv in straight heats In the 2:07 class trotting eont, purhe $1000. Stln son sent the Toddler lo the wire second in tho first two hcuts, but flochey finally got Brescia working properly and fin ished second In tho last heat. Walter Cox won first Inoncv with On the r.lilnc 111 tiie 2:18 trot for $1000, taking the first heat In a sensational dihe from Sallna Ouy. which had led all the wa omldQtto and Jennifer fought It out In the last two brushes for second place 1! 07 class trotting, three heats, purs I1O00' Nellie Dillon, Sherrlll 1 1 J The Toddler Stlnson 2 2 it llrescla, Ttorlne R 4 2 Peter June Gecrs 3 3 4 Kxpirsshe Lou, Murphy 4 B 5 llacelli Lee R 8 6 Opera Kxpress, ITcmlne 7 dla T Inn JIIV. JllT'i, 2 nnJ Chamber of Commcrco 2 OB ilass "Pacing, three hrats, $21100 Directum J , Murphy . . ... 2 1 1 Man rtosallm Parr, nlentlne... 12 3 lay Mack. Cox 3 3 2 alter Cochato Maple 4 4 5 Jones Gentrs. Ostrander 5 5 4 Time, 2 04'4 , 2 0j' , 2 00 J tK class trottlnx three In fle pursa 11000 ( On the nhlnc. Cox 1 1 t Jennifer. ITemlns: 4 2 3 omldotte McDonald R 3 2 Sallna Ouj. Wanna ii: 2 5 4 orthy Rlnireti Murray 8 4 & Time. 1 09'i . 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