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SPORTS [ TWO PENNANT WINNERS ARE DEFEATED IN FINAL GAMES I SPORTS E BY CRAFTINESS Knglish I*aper\vcijjlit Acclaiincd liy Nate I>e\vis One of Shrewdest Pugilists in (iamc. i ? ? USED TRICKS AVIIK.V . PKKSShl) To Gain Parley ami lteenver limitl? Cluirgcd Opponent 11 ail Chemical ;;' on Gloves ami Was Butting Hint I Contrary to ltules. iiv jamks j. coitnrrr. NEW YORK. Sept - Nate I'cwi? tossed litis boti.iuet in the general di reclion of Jimmy Wlhlo. the wonderful English paperweight: "He is as sliri w I and craftj a fln-. man as I ever saw in '? i '"V l-owis is the matin--, r of 1 il who gained a decision over W ibk last winter. and :'e;i <ook him bout in July. That c<-nt? si smashed all reconKs for attv?:u!am,c ,an|* . for a "FinalI mm battle. 11 V<1 \\* ''! that tight til:.: 'V*7>x,;rht.' ' , of the trickeries of Wilde that ha\t ?made the little fellow famous "Not onl> is in- as clever a ki? as can he imagined or as hea\ > a .llUei. but that boy na* the most nR"e br. in ? that I haw .-pen working since 1 be | 3 eame idenlitied w lit pu-. ilism. .. 2 wav 1j.-w:s puts i! ? "Moor.- w. nt "in to beat Wilde to s a puip w11ii inv t:;p of iii.- "7*' , 2 that started th. twenty-round t And ovcrv on.- who was at trie rin_ ! Bide admits ,r,.iy that 'V ^VruluiV 2 handed out s. t-ttin-- to tlV??^?vV-.s (boy. Round after round ?Mooro "m'V ? -he acgrosso:-. II- was driving WHO. itrotin.l the rinp. n-.d several t tinea.had ? him in "?Ou r bad shape. Jtut don t | pot t ho idea front this that Wi.dc, didn't ftpht b-.ick. "Ho ini'-ht have hacked av- a* fi?. nucntly before the onslaught of Mo'?'' _ but evcrv time h< barked away he was ft-htine fo: . verv i:n!i. I?r knew thai ' Moore lvul it on h.m hi S he feared that not at all. IK . .Jg,-td It with Moore tinto and again, and the ; rallies in the of the r|"? | I the crowd ;ri a trenzy of >,? nr Moore ? "Rut the superior weight of Moo. ? i *n to toll toward the latter part ; of the tight. and when i'le^ sixteenth ; ? session of battling beiran -? . ? * t frankness and honesty. that did"e | look to me as if W ilde cou.d ^o th ? limit The Knglish buy was a bad.j. I battered looking sight. ^nd ;-vory m w ? nunch that Moore was sendittt, iu>.in. X was weakening hint still more 1 ul ? sent home a couple of terrible blow. J alone about the middle ot the round, ? and 1 guess a largo number of ,he ?X spectators tiguVod that the doom of, W ildo was sealed. ,r,,..UlK S dirts 1-Mrnt ot '1 rl?'K?. "And then the wily ,i:>lon .P, 4',' fho tirat of his saving tricks. H> tan nver to the rot.too and made the claim ?that Moore had some sort of -l on his gloves which wasS'! To make it look Iiko a lit? t-? >?l- ? the little follow blinked Ins e><s in a protosi of U,;? wrtw" A >"? o the linht and examine the ?lo\^s Moore v-ry thoroughly. W'lj^) ?? ?o?" cluileil bis ?.ixestigation W? ild?? ?PI ?over and insisted upon ail 1 \([u minute examination. I liat w> The refo.ee then .iec ared h..t there was nothing on Moo:, .- j-.oXis, anu that the llaht should p:o -ee. . "I don't know just how I<?n? a (ic . "lB7i 'am'K.-!. " eJyS to permit alni'.st ..n> ... come-back sut!i? ?:? nt t > w ? a" ' u, -lhe, rThieenth'?Vi"unir M?or" "Ali Wilde^put up a mighty jbrilling bat-: low. Wilde was l leeiiing piofus?.l> and ^^Tfhi?rR"wus vf3ic?ikcii? > . Vr :f 'h^-^omdirt \:tra>ndb-'up %;ui>d\.r very I ? to tlnish hail, when Wnae the lmt t <n<r ill IK. i il.t i L '' . fo?Cm?hiU while ilooiv wius denying the ab. uui ( ..lull - e. \s i.do .viitinued tn argue the , ? jjofinir. and i- ? PoM.aps ten or tw. vi; soconda Leion- 'h'-. r.ter.-e aaa.n or ? "L^.a mueVS??'& ."-'ugh to Clear AVlide'l toggy bram. and steady bun Ph>lnk^lyt"inebuck and Winn ????; ??The wa> that boy .ought u. uu- liaal youtnl Of I he ;>-? >1 .vas a .autlo . lit jumped out lion, 111: e;. rner ike as hot. f.iihnoirli Out Dig one J'.'.tt ' . tn> "in. lie tore into lal like a tiu.:. .uiu > ou <-an take it from nit- W.loe fought w.>h ii.Il the ;? "igressivt iif-ss tlutt w... hu manely possible. He put up an exliiU. ? tion.m that iwei.tuth round uu ike , - as?> EnS^lfcflV,l ! ilip'.aint to make o" t'bat t?'"^h 1 foil that Moo:? bad w.u:, th:f. he had . ? j.,led UP . .. 'kr?;i.g.? tne ' ' early pe-! d of ti? -i ' ?' - k tory. But ti.- : - !<?:'? - disagreed w.th -? my view.- and Ui> \i 't ?:> .<?i \N i.d. . was a popula. t >'? I an, t.-.t kick inK. l'al .\ ""if ? ?n get along v? r> ? n'cety wniiinii ha\ ng the ^ .j?p t.i Jimmy W'llut atta''u-'u_ ?" 1 ? . "Frank v. 1 'bin.; taat ..>r the sak< . -of boxing' u. Knglar.d. a m.?hty j-oort t htr.g Hat th- ,1. ; a - d K? to !*> "Wilde ITity aro t-ra/v ali 'U. that oo> 'il.tore. "t would be .'.a a:b.?-t ? i-.nam yJltV if ho V.eM ^ "Ull llt llf ltil.. 'iii. V ? tconsl'ler hi:u as ,.v:, if.- lb is H.e i onlv cut i'-.d < u: ? ha:np "ii t. ? na\i : had for mar.y y. ars. and tn-y ar. ?"niiKhtv proud of It.in. And 1 wi.l say that Wilde . r:._inl i hamnlon that 1 any nation should proud <-i lb ?Bt a frail kid. w. ;,-hm? around 107. ?'? Kbut he has taken ?.n a..ys. f rem :ive to V. twelve pounds n av.? .- tnan .iirnselt, vand scored over < a- h. "A woiHl^r that > th*^ pan*-f.uvMi. Btiipifiic* look in;' f,;.t'v? ?.?? i, in an?Jimmy W? <!? ^opyrurht. I'M*. MINORS MAY *WAGE SERIES ;V Q Amcrlrnn ANHOi-lntinn ('h.imtilnn* >11? y Sleet I'lirlDr l-'lnt; Winner* Muys President lliekey. '? b Under tentative plans i: noun .d b> ?? ^president Thomas J. l?:?-ko> of the 1 kjAmeriean Association, the winners of he association pennant w!V pla; th champions of the ra-.!i Coast L*a gue this fall for bho i ? .iin;no- sh p ,>f i It he minor leaguwa. It s also an IT- feounced that the :ts. ne:a: ? n ? < am bich finishes second will play !5al!i re, %%'<inors of the i^lornat oital ague pennant. ms ? The original plan wtuh to have the r^ filiamplons of th? three leagues n?. et. Ut objections raised by M ik<? Kelly, lana^er of St. Paul, to making ; ue limp to Raltlmoro and thoneo to the "?acific Coast forced its abandonrnosit. A cash offer to tho American A - > Iation to send its pennant winners fco the West coast :s said to be under Kbnsideralion by the l^os Anueles and KTornon clubs of the Pacilie Coast kieague, who ar. running a neck-and jeck race for tho (lag. Korrfhum Drop* Cmitliull. I Hv A????>. lit..; I'icis 1 HICW YORK, Sept. 2S.?Kordham ' iver?ity has nbandonod football for g pcason. it wiu- announced. I?aek ifunds with which to engage was 5'to be the reason, for t^aneellng the 'edule, which Included names with liceton. Anna i>.. i s. Lafayette, TSfbtown, Itutgerb and N'lll.iuova, & STANDING OF THE CLUBS national i.ku.i i:. ... , ., Won. I lucfnnall ;n; New York i Xli C -1 * I'lttsburgh ~ 1 lirooklyn . . , " I -|| lids! on ?.,! SI. I Mill is ' ? ?, 1'hiludelplilii iii j| l/INt. 44 53 in i;h ;o ?:< ao ?> HKsn.TS YKSTKKDAY. rhi7;}"r^' 6Z?t: '.'hilndclphla, i-l. * ?npinnntl. o. I Ittsbtirsli. 6; St. Louis, 3. OA MBS TODAY. No funics selicil11 led. A.MKRICAN I.BAGrK, rhlmro "ft" ClrvHitnd * ' ' .si Ni'iv York !Lt,!T,,,t ko iHlsfoil .... SI. f.mils ; fi, U nshiiiKlon -,1: ?'hiludt-lllllia ;j|j KKSULTS YBSTBItDAY. Oct roil. 10: Chit-ago. <). y- ?: Cleveland. 5. \\ ashincton. 8; Huston. 7. OAMKM TODAY. Xevr York at rhiludclohiu. (ill 71 HI 1113 I'rl. .r.s<i .BIO .r?3fl .r?i 1 .500 .403 .303 .313 Pet. .001 .5, 1 .IHS .4?".' .100 .M0 WHITE SOX AHE HUMBLED TIGERS WIN IN WORKOUT GAME BY 10-T0-9 SCORE t liicngu l"lu>rr* Take \o CliunWs on Injuries, lint Accuuiulute .Nlnelcon lilts. i My Associated Press.] CI nr AGO. Sept. 2S.?Tho American l.eague season closed in Chicago to day with a 10-to-9 vielory for De troit over the league champions. Both clubs went through the motions of a regular same, but tho Chicago players took no chanccs. using the linal unjno as a workout before meet ing Cincinnati for the world's cham pionship. lCdtl ie Cicotte worked out two tuning* and then gave way to re cruit Wilkinson. The locals accumu lated nineteen 'hits. Kacli club hit 1 ree.ly. Score: | Detroit. Chicago. AH Ft 11 K AB R H B | Bush. hs.. Youny. .'b 4 (*ol?l>. of | Vouch. If 0 H.-iiniann, 1). 4 CuiTn'h'rn. rf. 0 i^iHKnU'au, rf. -l ?lom-.x. Sb^.,.. 3 Stallage. o 4 Avers. Jl 3 'A Insrii I tli ... 1 I.u vc, !> 0 1 U 0 0 -M u rj)liv. rf... 4 - K I'ni;ins, 2b. 2 0 M^Mullia, 2b. 3 1 Weaver. 3b.. 4 0.1. ''oiiins. if. 4 0 I- eisch. cf.... 4 <J?jandll. lb... 4 < n Itlsbrrg. s.s... a 1 0 Mt-i'leiian. ss I (j 1 Sella Ik. (?.... 1 0 (? I?ymi. c :? i) 0 0 * *i''o 11 e, p.... 1 u Wilkinson, p. 3 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 J 1 2 0 0 0 3 4 2 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 u 11 0 0 0 1 1 n 1 0 Totals eighth. 5 19 K Wiihoit. rf. Vi;t. .tb MuN'ally, 3b." I .nin.tr. ct Ki'th. If......' ScilUllg, c... Mclnnls. lb.. Shannon. 2b SI'01 t. Aktiraw, 11..' 1 'viinoek, ti.. Dvston. AH P. II n 3 3 1 \V itstiinclon. AH K 11 r: O.luilgo. lb ... ., ol.onard. ::b. t 1 Shank*. 2b. 1 0 iii.... Jr.:"7; J lit1 Kilcrbe. ss... 4 1 t' 1 Meiiu.sky. |f ;; ??harrni. rf.'.' '4 " - 0 A?r:?i'\v. 1 1 u 2 OSchai-ht. ii. 1 ' 0 OAltrock. u..." 0 t' 1 t>?J i 11, p () Shaw. i)...... 1 0 1 1 1 I 0 1 1 0 t' <1 (I " (I 6 I 0 u 0 , 0 0 11 : Totals :;7 7 12 2 Totals S2 * 'j 3 Srorc by innitiKH: It. Hoslou 0 0 1 0 1 0 C 0 0?7 1 Washington 0 I 2 0 0 00 j Saiuinary: Two-base hits -Oharrity. Thrup- 1 Ii.'im- hit ? lt..t h Slolun bases--.\ifin: xv. rlliii- hits- l..imai. Sacritleo fit. s?ltotli. Double tilays ?Milnnis to S'"tt: Shanks !<? .luilk't. I.eft on bafic.s?Hobton. 1U: Wash iiic'.oii. Has. s (>n nil M. lir.'uv, 1. .Si'haeht. 2: Shaw. 1. Ilili?"fl .Mi draw, i in 4: I'enuoek. 2 in 1: Hchneht. 1 111 1.; -\l trork. 4. imTi! out. 3 ruiu seori-il. one on bits-1 in s.-venth: <!ll!. 1 ir? : Hit b;- iiitrli-r by Mctiraw. S? hacht . by tl'.li. Si hai.j?. Si ruck out- Sili.nht. I; I'eiinoi.?. ;. Wm t.inx pltehcr?Schai ht: loslni; pitcher?Me lt: a w. PIRATES. 6; CARDINALS. 3 ST. 1'i7 IS. Sept. 2V St. bonis < oulil not withataud I'lttsburgh's attack In. the (iflh .tin! si.M..i inniti>;s and lo.-'. tiu* 'las'l same ltie season here j unlay, i> to 3. j rfeol i-: l'ittiburtli. SI. Ixiuis. AH H 11 I'. All it II K s'j. h.ils.in. rf 1 2 OS. huitz. rf... I u u o if ti o <? oSmlth. if looi if i (* 2 l .1 am i in. ;a> t 1 l b ,i r..y, Mlltbif. . ...ainnii. . . ? rliniu. lb ... !> C> 1 0 Hornsbv. .'b. ?! 1 liari.are, 3b... I 0 0 1 .Mi-ll- nry. 1! i 6 li n ut.-iia w. ,'b.. 4 1 2 0 < ".i-:ii..i.?. c... 1 1 0 I', rrv. " 2 0 Dilliuitft r. ? 1 0 0 0 1 II 0 Ml lwitJS. lb. 4 0 1 II 1 ii 9 l.ui.tii. ss l 0 0 n A <1(1.1 wnrtl, p 2 0 v 1 Slurdel, ti... 2 0 10 I' rrv. H: h ' Jv \y... i,, ^ Mi-r. j," Tola , 3?; r. 9 ; '.T" '?>' innlnKs I itlsburth 2 Totals 3 P. 0 0 0ft :: :: o o? ?. Si I.mil o '?II | 0 O o 2 '>?3 .suiiitnury: T wo- bits*.- hits <!nts)iaw. 2: lanvrtn. Thr<?<*-basi. hit! Nlihol.son. i"l?Mn Stolen bit.-t s ran ' . i'iiI haw. * Terry. J;hu'.tz Sacrltli'H hi' i !'a< I; w-'l. I.eft ?<n l.a:. I'tv-burith. . .Si lx>u'.- '? H.i-'-s on off WlsiH-i Wooilwaril. I. Sh' r.lfl, Mil.-, off Woodwaril. 1 iri 12" lilt by Iiitrli.-r?by Kher.lp. I ll'.aekwrllj. Strin it out bv Wlsnvr. 1 . l?y Sh?*r'|i.|. I Pas- ? i| I. ill Diihoef- r. I.'.siiii; fit' her Wooilwtitd STAKES~AT"EWPIRE"CITY Mrriint: llmik Slioivs Mlriiellvp Kenl- ' ure.s for \ onkers Trnek nl l-'all Opening. October 13. XKW YOlllC. Sept. 2V -The meeting hooks of the Kmplro City Kacnu: As .-?oi :.itIon which" are in the hands of horsemen toclay provide for a dislri itiition of upwards of SNO O^'i, nod there w.ll untionUtedly be some first-class snort at the Yonkcrs conrso from iii-ioher 1to 'jr., inclusive, the dai.-s 11 lotted .Mr. Uutler's organlzation for the l-'all. ! There are a ntimber of stake.-i planned to attract the best horses in I training; among them the Columbus; Handicap at one mile and a furlong, j ?Aitli $? 2.<"?0 added, which will be thej feature of the opening d.iv; Ihe West-j ehester Handicap with S2.000 added.! and the Victory Handicap. The West chester Handicap, for ail ages, at one mile, and the Victory Handicap at one !:iii>- and a quarter, with S2 "un added, to be run o<n October 25, will wind up the racing season for I'.iltl in New York. f'rtjiriirietit in the abnve stakes are such Myers as i/ucullite, Na?.nralist, 1'ur chaKc, War Cloud Star Master. Au dacious, Corn Tassel, Haliy, Kaity Wand, llolliiiter ICnfilatie. \'a 1 .r. Thun derclap, over Tiore. Hero.lias. Spur, and War Zone. There are ton f-takes in all and no nurse has an added value of less than JSftO while tlvere are thirteen J1.000 j overnight features. Totals 35 10 IS ? Hutted for A vers S.i.re by innings: ?? I?. tr..tt I 0 2 40 0 0 30?10 ' I.'hleiijto 201101211? 'J Summary; Two-base hits?Stance. 2: I'.. ri.ilins. b'iausteacl. Can.111. J. t'olllns. Yeaeh. WI!liln.?on. Three-base hits?Wcuver, II.'ilniann Stolen bases?Itush, t'..l>b, llls berK. W.-aver. Sacritlce hits?Vouni;. lleti- ( mnnn. Weaver, .lonea. Sacrifice flies?.1. Col lins, Cobb. Double plays?Ayera to Hell- ; manii to Stanawe; You UK to Hush to Ilell- | mann. Deft on bases?Detroit, 4; Chicago,! t Hases on balls -Wilkinson. 2; Ayers. 1. Hits?otl I'lcotte. 3 in 2; Avers. Ifi In 7. Struek out?Cleotte. 1: Aycrs. 1. Wll.l ;>lteh Wilkinson. Winning pitcher?l.ovc. l.otitiK tiiti her?Wilkinson. SENATORS, 8; RED SOX, 7 WASIIIXOTO.V. Sept. 2S.?Washing ton made a clean sweep of the series with Boston by winning the Una! game tij the season here today. S to 7. ; .Mi-it raw was hit hard by the loeals. who gathered eijht runs off him in ? titir innings. Nick Altrock, \Yashing- j ton's pitching coach and one of tItc , comedians of t lie diamond, went to; ilie mound in the seventh inning. The first four men to faco him hit safely and Altrock look himself out. The players of both the Washington and Huston teams left for their homes to nittht. Si-ore: som60ody ftWSWER Th6 PHQNE. OUT THCRE ! I IS EVERYBODY PEAP in This House!! HEY AGnss - OH AGNes!! i Hey some i body !! ( TG5' Hbllo oh Ye& HOW Do Wou Do MRS. M06S OM VERY" W6LL THANK Yc*J >- _C_ ' Answer ' That Phone Th?5 A pretty note It Happens in the Best Regulated Families ' By Briggs BALL AGAINST CINCINNATI l*ii?n to .Miircp, 11 In Theft of Scc'tind and Mnprlc Ii ive CiilcnRO Victory. IHv Associated Press 1 CINCINNATI. Sept. 2S.?Chicago .shut out the National Leaiguc cham pions in the elosing game of the sea son here today. Alexander pitched brilliantly, only one of the Reds ^caching 'second base. and he was Kiven perfect support. The Cubs scored in the third after two were out on a pass to Magee, who stole second and came home of Hollocher's single to right. Their second run came in the eighth on a triple by llerzog and a single by Merltle. Score: Chicaco. Cincinnati. AH It II K AH K H P. . ?lacee. rf 2 t i n rtiith. -b i ooo! Ilollochcr. sm. 4 o I 0Daulierl. lb.. 10 2 0 lt-r/oK. 2b.... 4 1 1 ncroh. 3b < A > 0 Me ride. lb.... 4 A I 6 Itoilsh. cf....4 0 2 0 Itarber. !f -J <? - A l.>uiican. If... 4 0 0 0 ileal. 3b I 0 0 0 Kopf. ss 4 0 10, itohertson. cf. 1 0 1 0 Neale. rf 3 0 o A t tCiilifer. .? 4 0 I 0 Allen, c 2 0 0 1 Alexander. p. 3 0 0 0?Kller. d 3 0 0 a Totals 54 2 S 0 Totals 32 0 i? 1 ; Score by innings: It. | Chica 0 010000 1 0?2 i Cincinnati 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 O?0 | Summary: Two-base hit?Three Inlilt Iler/.oic. Stolon liases?Macoe. Mit K:. - . Karlier Sacrifice lilt?Alt'xaml'r. Keft on bases- t'hlcaKo, 7; (Cincinnati, 6. Ha??'> j on halls?Kller. 1: Alexander. 1. Struck out I hv Kller. 2: Alexander. 5. Passed ball? I Allen. GIANTS, 6-7; PHILLIES, 1-1 I I'.v A e . hiIi>d Press.1 NEAV YORK, Sept. 2S.?A. season , record -lor brevity was set in the llrst game of today's double-header by New York anil Philadelphia when, in j llfty-ont! minutes, the tiiants scored a victoiy, 0 to 1. New York won the .second contest also, 7 to I. In the lirst -:a!iie Harries won his twenty- | llfth victory, the only National League j pitcher to touch that mark. Scores: I UtST (.AM K. Philadelphia. .Now York. AH It UK A i ? It It K l. bn'rVu. If. 4 ? U 0 Hurns, If J 1 10 Klackb'lic, 5b. 4 1 1 D Vuiilli', rf... 3 1 1 0 * > i ...am*, cf. -1 o o 0 Kuuit. i f 4 110] Mi'UM'I. rf.... 4 0 0 OUayie. 4 1 2 0 I.ud-ru!-. it>.. 4 0 2 0 Kleti-her. ss.. 4 0 2 1' Kancrotl. s?.. 4 o I OKri-ch. .;b.... 4 0 1 0i Paulellc. 2b.. 3 0 0 OluMlv. lb t 1 3 0| VI.HH-. c 3 0 0 0.Smith. 0 1 0 Meadows. !>.. 3 0 1 0,1. Karnes, p. 4 1 1 0 ! Totals 33 1 5 0 Totals 32 C 13 1 I Score by iniiliic.": It. I'illladcl) ilia 1 00 000 0 0 0-1 New York 0 I 3 0 0 2 0 0 ??>; I .Summary: Twn-baso hits -Kluckburne. I Itiirnx. Youiiir. Fletcher. Kelly. J. Karnes. | Si'ii'-n lia.srs- Htirnr. S.i ni'n e hit?J. Karnes. Sacrifice fly ? Burns. Double plays j Hai croft. Hlackburne. Haneroft. Kuderus, ami l*aul>'t:e. I.eft on han'f I'lilladeliihia, r.. New Vork. 7. llnocs on ball.-, -off Mead ows. 3. .Struck out-by Karnes. by Mead ow-. I. SHCOM) (JAMK. , rbil.idelnlilu. New York, AH K II K AH it UK, I.' Il'i'vi 'u. If I u I 0 Hums. If 2 2 2 0 HlacUb'nc, ;:i>. 4 I 2 Olvim-ella. If.. 3 0 0 1 | Williams, cf. 4 0 0 0 Ilowen. rf.... 3 0 10 M? u.-el. rf... 3 0 1 OKrlsch. 3b 4 12 0 1 '.iliaban. rl.. 1 0 0 0 Kelly, lb..... 4 0 0 0 l.u.l'Tii . lb.. < o 0 OKaird, 2b 4 0 2 1 Hancrnft, \ o I 1 Statz. i f 4 0 10 Paillette. :li . I 0 2 1 Cooiiuy. h*... 4 0 10 Adam.s, r 4 0 11 tionzales, c.. 2 10 0 Smith. !? 4 e 0 0 llubbell, p... 4 110 Totals 36 I S 3 Totals 34 7 10 S-nre t,v Innings: It. Philadelphia 0000000 1 0?1 Xi.v York J 3 2000 00 *?7 S immary: Two-base hit?Klackbume, Hum . Krlscli. Klutz. Three.base hits? Hliii-kburne. Stolen bases?Paillette (2). Haird !>ouhlc plays Cnniify. Halrd ami Ke.'.v _ l.?fi op hiif.es? 1'lillndelplil.i. s; New Vork ?; I :?*?? on halls- off Smith. 2. lilt hv ri?;4 her - i#ori/a|es. by Smith. Struck out ? bv Ituiibell; 3. by Smith. 3. BROWNS. 8; INDIANS, 5 CliKVKTiAND, Sept. 2S.?St. Louis defeated Cleveland, S to 5. In the last i;.uih: of the season. <'ovclesk ie, who was trying to win his twenty-fifth panic of the season, was knocked out of the box In seven inning. Mayne, a recruit, pitched good hall for St. : i/otiis a.fter the second inning. Score.: St. I,mils. ( levrlaml. I A H P. II P. AH U H K lobln. If...... f. I 2 OKianey, If... 3 110 ^!iO\ ?)llji, 21*.. 4 ) ! < ti.i Mua n, br. It I 0 1 l.u obton, rf ;? .? :t 0Si??aker. cf.. 3 2 0 Sisl. r. lb I 0 Johnston. It*. I 12 0 Oemmitt. rf.. o i o<iardner. 3h.. :j 0 1 01 S< hepner. 3b. f. 0 d o U am'K'f. 2b. 4 0 1 0 1 Hilling:), e f. : ? 0 Wood, rf 4 0 11 ilerber. ss i. u l oit'Nelll. c 3 0 0 0 Ha> no. p 4 a I OCoveVHkir. p. 2 1 10 Ka??lh. p 0 0 0 0 Morton. p.... 0 0 0 0 ?Harris 10 0 0 Tola In 42 8 14 1 Totals 31 ~i 0 I ?Hatted for Parth In elchth Score l.v InnlliK.s; It s.' l.oUi? 2 I 0 1 1 0 3 A A-* * '.v '-"ol 2 20 0 1 00 006 ?Summary: Two-base hlls-Slnlcr C). Fans Will Pay $18,000 in War Taxes at Series < I B.v Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, Sept. 2S.?Thr I nilrtl Slnlrn Treasury li expected to benefit at leant 918,000 on the world scrip* tjmiir.H. Cacli imrrkaHrr ?if a llckrt will havr to pi*y I lip rimlamnry admission tax of I cent for prcIi 10 i-fntR or fraction thereof, which, on (he basis of Inst jear'* attendance, will mean rnounh money to pay the salary of the President for nearly three months. Officers of the lliirenu of Internal lie venue will KO to t inclnnali and Cliii'aRu to check up the rrturnx. Throe-base hits?Coveleskie. Gardner. Sac rifice hit?.lohn.ston. Sacrifice fly?Demmltt. Double plays?Or rber. Shovelia ami Slxler; \Vainb9f;an.ss and Johnson, l.,ejft on buses? I St. I.ouis, 9; Cleveland, a. Bases on balli-?' ..IT Bayne. 5: off Faeth. 1. Hits?off Covei.-K Uio. 1.1 in 7 inniiiKs: off l-'aeth, 1 in 1 inninx. Struck out?by Cnveiexkie. 6. I.osinR pit. her 1 ?Coveieskic. TRAIN LOAD 0F*0IL KINGS GOING TO WORLD'S SERIES tine Hundred Texan Millionaires Arc Kn Houte Kroiu Dalian to Sev Chnrup (ininta. (My Universal Service.'] DALLAS, TKX., Sept. 2S.?Every, boy in the United States will wish i he owned a Texas oil well when he learns that 100 millionaires of the! Texas oil fields left hero tonight on a special train for Cincinnati, to at tend the world series' Karnes. AMHERST GETS INTO FORM ! Eleven Hounding Into Prime Condition ? Under Coach (irtlril With 12m peclnl Attention to Idnp, AM FIRST, MASS., Sept. 23.?Coach (lettell has now rounded the Amherst j College football team into fine form. | The coach has had ample opportunity I to get the men in condition and to look ; over his material, and the past few days have been spent in scrimmages and practicing new plays. A well rounded freshman team has been as sembled under the direction of Assist ant Coach Widmayer and'is lining up against the varsity for daily scrim m ages. Special attention has been given to ' the line anil a speedy combination has j been developed with an average weight ; of about ISO pounds. The ends will be I well taken care of with four fast track men trying out for the outer berths. In j addintion to showing good head work at quarter, Zink will be called upon to 1 handle the kicking, anil judging from j recent showings the team will not be j weak in that branch. Captain Phillips i and Card are showing their usual ag- i gressive form in carrying the ball and Demarcst has been hitting the line hard in scrimmage. MARANVILLE BREAKS BONE Itnhliit Trlen Tr-lek Stunt Ad Farewell to 1010 Baseball .Season. [ily i'nlveraai Service. 1 NEW HAVEN. CON*, Sept. 2S.? Rabbit Maranville bade goodby to baseball for this season when he tried a trick stunt in thjf practice pre liminary to the game between the Hos ton, National league and the New Haven Eastern League nines at light house Point, lie made a dive like a football player's tackle wihile fielding a baseball grounder, and struck heav ily on his shoulder, breaking his col larbone. National Sorcrr Season's Opening;. Accoding to announcement from the oillce of Thomas \V. Cabill, secretary of the United States Soccer Kootbali Association, the national challenge cup competition committee, of which Lieu tenant-Colonel O. R. banning, the first president of the association, is chair man, will hold the drawings for the season of 1910-20 on the evening of October 11. The preliminary round will he contested on or before October 2G, and the first regular round on or before November 1C. .lack .1 olinxon KIkIiIr. MEXICO CITY, via Galveston, Sept. 28.?.lack Johnson is champion again. He Is the Mexican champion. He'met Charles "Kid" Cutler for the title to day and knocked him out in the sixth round. The former champion of 'he world was never in danger. Kootbali Player IMew DURHAM. N. H.. Sept. 28.?Cardner Dow, of Mew Haven, center on the Oonr.ectlrut Agricultural football team, died Ins; night from Injuries received In the xamc with New Hampshire Col lege during the afternoon. amTorican ASSOCIATION. At Kansas City, 7--1; Columbus, 2-3 At St. Paul, 0; Toledo. 2. At Mllwnukoe, 7; Indianapolis, fi. At Minneapolis, 1-2; Louisville, 2-8 BUT ONE MORE CONTEST TO BE PLAYED THIS YEAR \ r n York unil I'hilndrlphln Anierl rana M*ft In Kinnl Cluiti i Toilny. (lly Amodiled Press 1 NKW ? YOHK, Sept. 2S.?Tho major league pennant races virtually closud today, all of the teams having played out their schedules except New York and Philadelphia Americans. A defeat in this contVst tomorrow would drop tho Yankees from third place, as De troit's victory today put the Tigers a point behind New York. The two pen nant winners?the Cincinnati Nationals and the Chicago Americans?had re spective leads of nine and three mid a half games. The Boston Americans. l'Jls world's champions, finished In sixth place. Just behind St. Louis. Tho Kcd Sox lost today, while St. Louis was winning, making their lhial percentages is fol lows: St. Louis, Gi won; 7- lost; per centage, .4800; Boston, tffi-71, .4S1S. After clinching the American League pennant Wednesday, Chicago eased up and lost the next four games. Cicutte was somewhat unsteady against St. Louis Wednesday, anil Kerr, who re lieved him, checked the lirown bats men, while his teammates batted in two runs in the ninth inning. St. Ixtuis bunched hits on Williams Thurs day. Chic;vgo used several substitutes in the Detroit series. Felscfc and Kis berg, of the White Sox. made home runs Saturday. Winn Tenlli Strnlght. By scoring live runs In the ninth inning last Sunday. Cleveland won its tenth straight game, but Detroit in terrupted its successful streak, win ning Wednesday and Thursday. New York forged ahead of Detroit by winning six games out of seven while the Tigers were winning four out of live. Shawkey, of the Yankees, fanned liftcen Philadelphia batters Saturday, one less than the leagjic record. Ruth, the Boston slugger, made two home runs during the week, bringing his season total to twenty-nine. Pitcher Russell, of the same team, suf fered defeat twice Saturday, after winning eight straight ganws. In the National League. Cincinnati, with three regulars in the line-up. lost to Brooklyn last Sunday. The lieds won three straight from Chicago, Fisher holding the Cubs to three hits in a shut-out game. Salltyj won his contest, although batted freely. Chi cago took the fourth game today, Alexander blanking the champions. Third Baseman Groh, out for three weeks with an injured hand, resumed his place in the line-up Saturday and punched out two hits. (ilnnt.i lllttlng Hard. | New York hit the ball hard last week, getting twenty-four hits in I Thursday's tlrsl game with Boston. Pitcher Nehf. of the Giants, won his ninth straight contest Saturday, shut ting out Philadelphia and also mak ing a home run himself. Home runs were prominent in the Philadfrlphln-P.rooklyn game Thurs day. Krueger, of the Superbas, tied the score with a home run and in the next inning gave his team the lead with another. With the score tied again. Manager Cravath, pinch hitting, won the game for Philadelphia with a four-base hit. The week's record In each league of games played, won and lost, with runs, hits, errors, men left on bases, and runs scored by opponents, including games of Saturday, September 27, is as follows: National I.ciirua. I\ \V. Ij. R. Jf. E. Lb. Or. Clneinnatl .... t 3 1 22 37 4 25 J - Now York .... fi 4 2 37 7? 8 40 17 Chicago 7 2 ft 2 2 G7 1- 45 J5 PlttMmrtrb .v.. 2 l> 2 4 18 0 15 7 Hrookiyn ..... fi 4 2 43 66 It 84 3h 1 tost on 7 3 4 31 70 12 02 40 St. LouIh 5 4 1 21 HO 6 34 14 Philadelphia ..5 I 4 21 54 11 3S 40 American league. P. W. L. Tt. H. B. Lb. Or. Chicago t 1 3 1? 4S 4 28 25 Cleveland ^ 2 2 25 43 8, 20 20 New York .... 7 C 1 31 00 r 62 It Detroit 0 4 1 33 C'.i 1 1 44 22 noHton 4 1 3 11 30 2 20 13 81. Louis 3 I 2 1 1 34 3 20 IS Washington ..3 2 1 15 20 3 33 14 Philadelphia .. 4 0 4 6 27 6 28 -'j WALLERSTEIN -WINS TITLE llcfrnlN Adrian Urndlieim In Mfn'i Sin gle* Tennl* Tournament nnd lteeoni?H Champion. Henry S. Wallersteln, Jr., is the champion of men's tennis singles at the Lakeside Country Club by virtue of his victory over Adrian Hendhelm yester day afternoon In tho championship tournament. WallerHtoin carried off all three of sets by Rcores of G?2, 6?4 and 6?2. The tltlo will bo held by him for one year. Ticket Sale for World's Series Opens'in Chicago Illy Aft.moclntrd I*rr?M.| CHICAGO, Scjil. J?S.?Dl* t rlhu I Ion of llrUpl.i for Clip norld'K Ncrlr* miiiicn to ho plnyrd In t'lilcnK" ??lll ? i<? i 11 nt < umiviiry I'nrk tomorrow. 'I'hrri' lime lirrn mon- llinn loo.ooo npplien t Ioiim for (he JS.OOO Itui and rr?cr\?Ml Nontw. Despite nil preenut lonn (nkrn to keep tlckrt.s out of tin- linndN of i|iecnln tor* srieml broker* limr mlvertlNcd that t he >' will Iinvp ticket* for tlionr kIiii \tIII pay the iitlviitieed price*. I'rlcm are i|tiolrd, notnliin I ly, nt for a m-l of bo* hcuIn for 11>?- llrst | li rcr kihiii'K lllld K" 'or n ?p| of three resorted n'mnd-HlMid KrntN. 'I'll In In ii pre mium of Jfs.r.O 11 nd !<10.10, rex pee (Ively. O'DOWD TO DEFEND TITLE TONIGHT IN JERSEY CITY CIukIicn With A utile Hauler lit Popu lar IIo\Iiik IJoiiC?Hot Ii Served In Army. [.Special to The Times-Dispatch.] XRW VOliK. Sept. 28.? Mike O'Dowd will defend his middleweight crown to morrow night at the Armory A. A., Jersey City, from Au^le Uatner. When one speaks of O'Dowd and Ratncr he ! is talking about two men in the prime of life; tiif-n that answered the call of I'ncle Sain and were willing, aye, anxious, to risk their lives for the country. i'ucilists hr.ve been criticized severe ly for their decisions when tlie world war was on. O'Doivd and Hat tier are two members of that profession that have no apologies to make. The f?r m< r b? longed to the engineers' corps, v. hili- tli.; latter was a doughboy. Tney have been imp.. tU-nt to meet each other since the American divisions were called upon to defend the banner of Uncle Sam in a boxing tournament In hoiulon. Oil tliat occasion Uilner was select : ed as the man defend the middle weight class, while O'Dowd was re quired to step into the light-heavy division. This was the reason that tin two heroes beg.^.11 their nuarrel. O'Dowd went through the list ot heavies and defeated tin in one after another with out tiie least diiiiculty. Katncr took | on tiu- Austral! in and Canadian class champions and slopped thciji, and from the British title-holder won easily on points. As far as getting in condition is con cerned. e:i< h man has prepared himself for the battle of liis life. L'ndei- tiie conditions each -nan has to weiyh in ? at 158 pounds at 3 o'clock Monday, so j there will be no doubt of the battle | being for the middleweight champion ship. O'Dowd is determined to retain i his title. Itatuct is just as positive | that lie will wrench the crown from I the brow of O'Dowd. And that's the | way the battle figures. STOUTS CLOTHES ARB GOOD CLOTHES nt, FVnl?h and Fabric Oatm* teed or Mcn*y Cheerfully Refunded. Morton C. Stout & Co. TAILORS, VU But Mala Street. SOX HOLD EDGE ON BEDS HAVE HAD MORE EXPERIENCE IN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Chicago xi ii d 'Cincinnati tiel I'oKee Kotccn Itciiily to I'rntwt I'atronn I**rom |'lrk|ioi'krtN. r,i,?. 'I,y -Associated Press 1 Wh'tn ? S?Pt 28 ~'Tl,? Clilcaiw. h n , 1 W'n haV? il decl,"tl o?, t?.e Cincinnati Itcds l||0 for' whMo th<! mattCr ?f will, , e ox^-ouM rt>Kular o" ?>?? So-. been tlirouch i h,? a ",ck ?shlp series onlv m0 11 e',rtr,ipiyn Um. I^M S- i;u , Ki. n ? members of world. hutnpionsliip of the I vlrtuuiivThfl" Sm'P n,loa8?n wMl Ht-ml I Which n, ^"u",;,wi'l!|t ?lio <haiii|>loiiHhi|i to ?'liK-iiro'0 i W?f}*}'?? Ijh.ra. "?,v*ilc$sL'MM?r!;r. | far corn-r and Weaver shori, i: ' h \bo.i't ,rh'Uht(! for?he titular garnet j .\Doui t.i<. onlv other rii:. rii.4l , ? * . lawlrW Kerr i, i. . l un'"nP second to him. K r?. the ilimlfiut w lefthander ,,,.. 2" w? ??Xr V i" i Ti , l.,uy not ,l"1 :? t as to ?? l^tho0^,^?^ ttfaoSiUH; j "" >>'.? '?uJ'uSlh.- V,Vk cV?mA\k'st.',' , 111] iri with the pitching. Manag. r | Oleason has Kalxr. who pitched three of the titular panics In 1017. but has ,' ,ut'n Koine Sfi well t)i!? H'a?oii" liowewr. this famous plf/j.-r. mav ' 'I *"r?rlHo to those who have i , ,ls "or,< Ibis season ! n%* i.i aga Inst the Hcd aggregation ?Me has ?, slow rounding into shatw. ut wise ones say that Kaber Will I, ? in there aga.nst tlie Moran lau. How Tlirv llli IJi-fitrr SlanapT Pat. Moran of tun I louirli he has boon through a wo-:i ? hi ii ?t*'' i-i iv"1' ias ha" KhI 'Uoason, I rnn.-t i e 1 j largely on men who have never .aced the tost of a short series '?n which everything depend. -d. ,iak. I >auhert played on the Brooklyn j nam winners in mc. but the h? ? t,r^ ?avenian-s r.M.ord In not v-r; Impress! ? V';. ir, iho 1 !? I?? series Danbert batted oniy .!.?>. although during the remi ar sea;-on he had hung uj. a r.-.-r>r<l <,r , "1''r ' ban .300. Sallee and Karidc, t ,wllh 'be (Jlints against the White .sox I :t 1317. Uiirid. n hit ..is I iu times a- hat. while SaM-e In Hlx times up hit .107. With the While i ."??x regulars, the batting RV8ra.?cH wr'w: -2S?;: I.i.-bo'.d. 4".. McMuilin. .12*,: !?:. Collins. 1 <.f.; jnek 8on. ?.i\ i. Fei>ra. fjandil. i\'VIVim > 3: ? ^'-baIk. .26): Ci- ot; :-. ?' " I.lslierg. ...OO: Km her, .it."?. 1 hf White Sox also hoast two players who have been through more than one series. Kddlf <'o:i:,,s. Ta My rons dmil the ^reat.-?; v.-con<l baseman in the vame. w.ll T:u-c the world series" hurling for the sixth tinif wlwn ]ir> steps to ? .. plate airalnst Mo rail's twirb-rs. ?'"olilris' w.n a jn'-mber of the famous l*h ? 1 i,i, Athletles during four of their -.i nant-winning seasons and jdave.j , the Sox :n in 7 Kdd .? .Murphy. <. lea son s ace in pinch hitting, wtil i ?o into his fourth series this fall Murphy played with th<- A:hleti>s ilur.-!^ two of their champion--'h:p j and also was witis the Sox two i years a^o when they won t'..? "ham t?lonship. Murphy did not gf. in? . !h : series in 1017 nuainst tli<- (jiant^ is not a regular now. but has batted better than .400 this season a - a pinch hitter. ' Drlri-llven Will lie Ilimy. For the protection < ( patrons visit ing (Mncin ii .i' i and t.'hli.aKO during the playing of the series, d.-te. t: v,? who are speciallbts in dealing with pi< pockets aiid auto thieves will be v? r . at sc.- in hot h cities. A large number ? tf <.hicai?o plain clothes m-n -.v}!'. b.. on duty here while the teams .r.- in f'incinnat; and in t irn the lo a! ? \p.-rt-> will mingle with the crowds v.h.- i t'i ? scene shifts to Chicago Time was when the pickpocket elans fathered from the four quarters of the country to follow the pennant winning baseball teams to the fields of wor'd's series combats. Mut times ha\e changed, say the police, and now i; i-. easier to steal automobiles than' t>? extract a fat purse from the pocket of An . scited fan. ' The professional "dip" still attends worlds championship battle.-, but ins profession lias fallen Into deeav. The one-time a<lc;,? at stiipplng a sr.arltle from a scarfpln. whose strtful method-; ??oinbiiM d courage and a sort of leger demain, is as scarce as radium, ac cording to detectives. ( bang.. Taclleu to Aiif.r*. 1 ickiiig pockets always was hazard Otis, and stealing automobiles has come prolltable with even less elenie it of risk. the pickpocket frat.-mi has lost many members to the easier sa";-?>? <*?">J ihorf'Ugii.j . As a world series or ..t'i. r ,V . t'V K-tttiering t.kes the <.?(!",? ? tfctivos go Oil Watch at the rniiw,-' met j"v' fi,h? 1 ight-f!ngered gentrv a're V ' committee' .-Mid . or ed to rooms at detective be-..l it; A Wf>rld series game i>i ii; prcdomiiuue. automobile thieves ,! Pi! If it rains, it's a serviceable raincoat. If it's fair?a fair weather overcoat, rainproofed. "Scotch Mist"?fine, rain or shine. 85 out of every 100 men can and should wear our "Nettle ton" Shoes ? orthopedic sur geons say so. ,^riM 605 East liroad Street.