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Squally ProHoient in These The c Klc Klcuienta 810IIItmt3Vietoo ElementsVictory
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la another day tho third battle for forworlds forwortra forworWc
worlds honors in basall blUi bnU will bo on and anda aJKlm anda
a merry m conflict Its going to be The TheCubs TheCubs heCub
Cubs have had such an oasy thing of it it1n It1n it9n
1n winning the National League LOo pue < pennantand pennant pennantand ponnantlid
and are In such fine fettle they believe believetoe believet believethe
toe White Sox will b be the easiest kind of ofadversaries oradverarl ofadversaries
adversaries Fielder Jones tribe has hastraveled autraveled hantraveled
traveled over a rocky road this year OIU sur surmounting sur surmounting surMoontl ¬
Moontl mounting K all kinds kind of obstacles and they theyare tbeyare theyare
are confident that the task of winning winningBan wlnn wlnnBan winningBan
Ban Johnsons flag though hard and try trying trTI trying ¬
ing I has not unfitted them for the stnsmore still stillmore Kmmore
more arduous ordeal of fighting tt bU for the theemblem theemblem theemblem
emblem of worlds S superiors superiorsImpartial NDerlorsImpartJal superiorsImpartial
Impartial students of both leagues pick nickthe picktbe pickthe
the National League club as the theUve prospec prospective prospective ¬
tive winners and there Is every reason to tobelieve tobelieve tobelieve
believe that they will land the bit nag AqJonee flagJones J JJones
Jones athletes at let had to fight to the very veryend vITend veryend
end of tbe season to land the coveted covetedAmerican covetedAmerican covetedAmerican
American League Lea title This required requiredmore requiremore require3more
more energy and vitality vlwllt than the team teamcould eamcould teamcould
could spare and still UtI be nt for the gruel grueling ueIIng grueling ¬
ing test in the postseason games Last Tautyear Lastyear Lutyear
year the Athletics had such a battle as asthe asthe anthe
the White Sox They were not pro proclaimed pr0claimed proclaimed ¬
claimed victors until the day before the theseason theseason theseason
season closed CI06 < I Then they collapsed collapsedTheir eoIlapeedTheir collapsedTheir
Their vitality seemed to be sapped the theclub theI theclub
club was W Ui all in Such a pitiful spectacle spectacleas tacle tacleI
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as they presented in the worlds series seriesagainst Ier1esI seriesagainst
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I against the Giants no one would care to towitness towitness towitness
witness again againIt aplnIt againit
It is said the White 110 Sox SQ will find them themselves themsehe themeltes ¬
selves equally unable to perform the task taskbefore taskbefore taskbefore
before them the but tile eendfttens e ndttiOns are hard hardly hardly ¬
ly the same and there Is something ethbt to be besaid 1MS1d besaid
said of the comparative merits merl l of the theplayers theplayen theplayers
players of each ell team teamSox teamSox teamSox
Sox AH ItnnGcttcrsThe IlnnGcttcru IlnnGcttcruThe nunGetterThe
The White Sox make more rues off a afew Ifew afew
few hits than any club c that ever everbreathed 8ftrbreathed everbreathed
breathed the utwosphere of the same sameGive PIlleGive gameGive
Give them a base on bails or make any anysort JQI anysort
I sort of a misplay that will give Jones Jonesmen J JI Jonesmen
men a life And the chances are they theywill theywill
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will come all the way around to haunt haunttheir baunttheir haunttheir
1 their opponents BUt the Cubs nay naytheir saytheir T Ttheir
their pitchers are so nearly perfect In Intheir SDtheir Intheir
their delivery and their fielders Iden are so sonearly 10nearly sonearly
nearly infallible that the White Sox must mustdepend mtdeptnd mustdepend
depend upon batttna to put them on the thepaths thepath thepathe
paths And hittiac is something the theWhhe tbeWhile theWhite
While Sox do not crow about When Whenthey Whenthey Whenthey
they find a soft spot in their adversa adversaries advenaartes adversaries ¬
ries pitching staff tan they rattle off their theirshare thttlshare theirshare
share of hits hits bat they win liD ted no weak weakness weakOfSS weakness ¬
ness in the Cubs Cub battery lice A more moreperfect moreptrftCt moreperfect
perfect staff of box artists than the theCubs tbeCuba theCuba
Cuba presented this aenpou aeon could hardly hardlybe hanII7found
be found They The were e equal ual to any aIIJslon occa occasion ocasion ¬
sion and made a a1ena Ions long campaign an easy eaQI easyone
I on one
It is I said the white Sox will flatten out outttit 01Itth oatthv
ttit th Cubs because beca the latter have only onlyone onlyI onlyone
one on lefthander white the Sox have two twostar twostar twostar
star southpaws in Dr White and Nick NickAirrock NickAltrock NickAltrock 1
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Altrock with very capable rtghthanjaV rtghthanjaVers naht nahtt righthaadens
t ers to call upon in emergencies e leL With WithWhite WJthWhitc WithWhite
White and Altrock In their best form formthey fonnthey formthey
they would undoubtedly u he stumbling stumblingblocks stumbllqbl stumblingblocks
blocks bl < ks for the Cubs c but the Cub pitchers pitchersmust pIcbftamust pitchersmust
must be reckoned with wttb too They have havemowed banmowed havemowed
mowed down greater batsmen than the theWhite tbeWhite theWhite
White Sox and if the Sox had to depend dependupon depeDdupon dependupon
upon batting to keep themselves warm warnsthey warmthtY warmthey
they would freese on the slab Those Thosewho Iboeftwho Thosewho i
who have seen both teams play this thisyear tbJayear thisyear I
year will admit that the Cubs Cu have the tbestrongest thestro thestrongest
strongest stro est pitching oorps and should win winthe WIDthe winthe
the series seriesDie eneeThe seriesrJte
Die White Sox are famous for or their theirsprinting theirsprintins theirsprinting
sprinting qualities It is the fastest base baserunuing baRrunll baserunning
running runll og team in the American League LeagueIt
It is hard to stop Comtekey men when whenthey wheDy whenthey
they y get on the fines ue but the Cubs C 8 say saythat aythat saythat
that Johnny Kong K will do It It If Catch Catcher Catcher Catcher ¬
er Kling cannot stop base stealers teaSe who whocan whoCdft whocant
can cant He Is considered the best catcher catcherin catcherIn catcherin
in the world and yet 7 < there is Billy Bf y Sulllvan Sul Sullivan 801Ihan ¬
livan Without him the Sox would wouldgo wouldSO wouldgo
go floundering down the Hue among some someof someof me meof
of their fellows felJo It was said of Louis LouisCriger LouIsCriger LouisCriger
Criger that he would turn back every everyPirate everyPirate everyPirate
Pirate in the postseason games four touryears fouryears fooryears
years ago and yot ys y the Pirates ea stole stolebases stolebases tole tolebue8
bases about as they the pleased Still St l Cri Criger Crtaer Criger ¬
ger was a great catcher and could < peg pegto peato pegto
to the bases better than any one KIln Klingmay KIlnmay Kongmay <
may find his troubles in heading headID < off the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White Sox in their tb r quest for stolen bases basesWell bueaeU basesWell
Well eU Balanced In Fielding FieldingBoth PieltUligBoth FicldinjBoth
Both are wonderful fielding teams and andafter Ilnciafter tndafter
after the individuals are compared there Uleretan thereIsnt thereisnt
isnt tan a lot of difference after alL Of Ofcourse Ofcoarse Ofcourse
course coarse one would choose Capt Chance Chancein
in preference to Jigs Jigs Donahue for first firstbast ftrstboth flrstDante I
Dante both in hitting and fielding And Andyet Andyet Andyet
yet Donahue is no slouch Johnny Even EvenIs Eversis
Is better at second base than either Is Isbell Is Isbell Isbell ¬ I
bell or Dunden and he will make more moremusic moremusic moremusic
music with the bat Tinker wilt 111 eat up as Mmany asmany asmany
many intended base hits as George Davis Davisat DaVisat Davisat
at shortfleld short ekl and probably pole polemany pole as asmany asmany
many through safe territory bat Davis Davisnoodle Davinoodle Davisnoodle
noodle is worth several vera IBte e Tinkers TinkersAnd TlakerLI TinkersAnd
And maybe a good noodle dont get getsomething setsomething getsomething
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something in baseball baseballThe baaeballThe baseballThe
The White Sox would never be factors factorsin
in the race without Davis In Lee Tannehill Tan Tannehill Tanneball
nehill the White Sox have the finest finestfielding ftnestfieldiD finestfielding
fielding fieldiD < third baseman in any aBYbut league leaguebut leaguebut
but when mention is made of his fielding fieldingall ftekllDaU fieldingall <
all is said SteinfeMt te capable of get getting ptting getting ¬
ting about everything that comes ala hteway alawa hisway
way wa and sometimes he goes a long way wayout wayout wayout
out of his way to get things tbln H He Is 18greater a agreater agreater
greater third baseman today than he heever heevet heever
ever evet was at Cincinnati As a batsmanbe batsman
be has the third sackmen all beaten beatenTherefore beatenTherefore beatenTherefore
Therefore he is a doubly useful u player playerPat playerPat playerPat
Pat Dougherty In left field is an er erratic erratic erratic ¬
ratic performer When Then going well he is isa Isa isa
a great rungetter for his club but the themoment themoment themoment
moment things break badly lor t r Pat he hebecomes hebecomes hebecomes
becomes utterly worthless to his team teamIt teamIt teamIt
It must be said of him though that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the White Sox did not get et into their theirstride theirstride theirstride
stride until Dougherty berty Joined Jones Jonesforces JOD JODforces Jonesforces
forces when the club looked like the thepoorest tbepoorest thepoorest
poorest in the cluster of eight Choosing Choosingbetween Choo Choosingbetween Ingbetween
between Dougherty and Jimmy Sheck Sheckard Sbeckani Sheckard
ard one could not overlook the latter latterwho latterwho latterwho
who has always been highly regarded regardeda as asa asa
a fielder and who has never played bet
ter than for the Cubs this year He is isDoughertys IsDou IsDoughertys
Dou Doughertys l1erty superior In every point of ofthe oftM ofthe
the paw
pawJones
Jones Stand Stands Alone AloneIn AlollhIn AloneIn
In passing around laurels one should shouldnot Jihouldnot shouldnot
not overlook Fielder Jones in preference preferenceto
to any an one whom the Cubs Cu could couldHnt pre present pre present ¬
sent In center field Jones Jon has no equal equalir
ir U the middle 1ddJe field and he is not only onlya
a most useful person there but altoa also is isa Isa
a great baserunner ba erunner and inside InsIdeOne player ntaycrOne playerOne
One time Jones was a crack crackbut batstMin batnflbut batstMinbut
but managerial duties seem to have havedimmed bavectimmed havedimmed
dimmed his eye Anyway Jones is net netthe netthe t tthe
the batter b tter he was before he took tgikJIamy Of OfJlTuny II IIJhun7
JlTuny Callahans mantle as the leader lsaderof leaderof 1 1ot
of the White Sox Hahn has strength strengthened tran strengthened h hened ¬
ened the White Soxs outfield but butSehulUe butSehultae butSchultse
SehulUe is regarded as a better right rightgardener rtptldener rightgardener
gardenerSince gardener gardenerSince ldenerSince
Since they tbe won th the championship cptelteblperal sev senreral several ¬
eral days ago the Cubs have had d no noreason noreaeon noreason
reason to extend ext md < themselves and a athe playingthe playing playingthe
the remainder of the season was much muchmore mucllmore muchmore
more of a diversion than a task tMIIfore there therefore therefore ¬
fore they should be at their very best bestfor butfor bestfor
for the series which begins tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tolIIOrrowa tomorrowafternoon
afternoon a n On the other hand the White WhiteSox WhiteSox 1dte 1dteSox
Sox have had no time to recuperate and andthey aDdthey andthey
they are hardly fit for the theThe struggle struggleThe struggleThe
The Cubs are picked as the winners winnersand v1 v1lid winnerand
and critic who have seen both etttbs etttbsplay eIutplaT clubsplay
play this season believe that It will fll fe fea H HwallU1way bea
a walkaway for Frank Chances men menPLAYERS menPLAYERS menPLAYERS
PLAYERS DEFIED DKEYFTTS DKEYFTTSClarke DREYFUSClarke DREYYUSClarke
Clarke Vaguer and Acalon Re RcfaHC RefaHccl Refused
faHC fused < l to Barnstorm with Pirates PiratesPIttsburg PlratePfttaburg PiratesPittsburg
PIttsburg Oct 7 iThat That Barney Drey Dreyfus Dreyfu8 Dreyfus ¬
fus was unable to make good ood his threat threatto th1atto threatto
to fore his players to do barnstorming barnstormingfor
for him until their contracts expired expiredOctober on onOctober enOctober
October 16 because they failed to win HC HCond second c cond
ond place in the league race wes shown showntoday showntoda showntoday
today toda when it was said that Capt Fred FredClarke FredClarke FredClarke
Clarke bade goodby to all th t thq players playersand pis pisand playersand
and left Plttsbwg P1tub yesterday eaterda7 for the Wert Wertnot Wertnot Vetnot
not even waiting w eting fntr for the last Ja t game at atCincinnati atC1actnnatJ atCincinnati
Cincinnati Wagner left for Hot Springs SpringsArk SpnopArk SpringsArk
Ark this evening and First Bascamn BascamnNealon BucmanNealon BascaatnNealon
Nealon left the team at Cincinnati for hi hihome lab labhOme hishome
home in California This Thl makes mak three threestar tJdeeMar threestar
star members who ho will not be with the thebarnstormers thebarDatormers thebarustormers
barnstormers which invade Ohio > towns townstomorrow tnwnatoJDOnOw townstomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowSome toJDOnOwSome tomorrowSome
Some time ago Dreyfns became very verybitter YU7Ditter verybitter
bitter and personal toward nI members of ofhis ofteam ofhis
his team saying 8aJ ns he would make them t allphy all allplay aUplaT
play tbe string out to the end if they t eJ allowed al allowed aJIow ¬
lowed Iow New York to beat them cut for forI for8eOODd forsecond
I second place The challenge was w JIO > open openthat openthat n ntbat
that the the outcome was watched with some someinterest IOJIMInterellt someInterest
interest Clarke is not by any means rcea sure surethat arethat surethat
that be will return to the team next year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It is intimated this afternoon that at the theteat theJa8t thelast
teat moment with three men out Drey Dreyfns Dn7Ua Drtyfus ¬
fns decided to pay the players off and andlet sncIlet sadlet
let them shift hlh for themselves completely completelybacking comptetelycldq completelybacking
backing cldq down dow from his stand for punish punishment puaiahJDeJlt punishmeat ¬
meat S SBUFFALO
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BUFFALO GETS ETS COLD FEET FEETBinonx FEETDIlOn FEETBisons
Binonx Go Home Leaving Minor 3iinorLeague MinorLoaprue Jllno1Loagne
League Series Unfinished UnfinishedColumbus TJitfinixlicdColumbus Unflnl llccl llcclCoIUIDbue
Columbus Ohio Oct Oct 7 7Buttalo Buffalo aft Co Columbus eeIbus Ceiumbus ¬
lumbus broke even today in tbe double doubleheader doublefor doubleheader
header for the Class A Minor Minorebamplonabtp League Leaguechampionship Leaguechampionship
championship this tit afternoon making the theseries theMt1e8 theseries
series stand Buffalo 3 Columbus 2 The Tbeagreement Theaareement Theagreement
agreement was for the best four games gamesout JIjIUIMJ8out gamesout
out of seven but Buffalo left for bone to tonight to tonlCht tonight ¬
night and the chances are that tbe tbeIII series serieswill serieswill
will III not be finished as the teams have havedisagreed haftdtaacreed havedisagreed
disagreed over conditions The score scorePtat aeonFint storeseta
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League will take to the alleys this tJdIIfor eveningbr evening
for br the first Mt of games of the new JaeWtile sea saeon season ¬
son tile Atsessuii HI and Lawyers Lawyentected buns se selected aslected ¬
lected to t start the ball rolling roll Thsj TIdIorpniDtIoII T young youngorganisation ysalforganization
organization has again made the Palace PaJMIeAIle PalaceAlleys PalaceAlleys
Alleys AIle their home where tnrongs follow fellowtheir followtheir oIJowtheir
their contests three evenin eveld u of each eachweek eaebweek eachweek
weekSJx weekSix week weekKX
KX clubs compose the organisation organisationAssessors orpnlatI8Dn organlsationAaeesaors
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City Cft Hall and Washington Their TMki season seasonlast seasonlast
last year was so successful and full of ofI In Interest intercet ¬
terest that Uw league prepared for the tbenew theDeW t e enew
new season without any aa di diSkttHy clUBaIt7tbe aatt and aitdthe andthe
the excellence of the bowers we to each eaebclub ebclub eachclub
club assures dose competition aad great greatrivalry greatrivalry t trlvalIT
rivalry rivalryThe rlvalITThe rivalryThe
The schedule which follows provide providetwentyfive providel providestwentyfive
twentyfive l sets of games for each club cluband club cluband cluband
and will carry the season to tbe end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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White Sox lost the teal game of the theJar r reg regular g galar
alar Jar American L League ftsae pe season today to the theDetroit tJMDetroit theDetroit
Detroit Tigers Score f to L LWith 1Witb 1 1With
With nothing to gain by using one of ofhie ofhIa ofhis
his best Ditcher Manager Jones J sent MDtPteAe seatFlea sentFSene
Flea to the firing line and the Tigers Tigersamassed tIpnalDUlHd Tigersamassed
amassed quite a bunch of hit hits before the theyoungster tM7VU theyoungster
youngster 7VU gave way to Prank Isbett who whowas wMwu whowas
was a pitcher several yean ago label Iabnby I8HIIbT labelby
by going In the box today has worked in inevery JatYeQ loevery
every portion on the team this UIMPOI season seasonbeat masonFor
POI years he has been regarded u tM tMbat thebat
bat allaround utility man hi the theand business busi business ¬
ness and be fills one portion equally eq1MHywelt as aswell aswell
well as another anotherChicago IUIOtherCIItcqo anotherChicago
Chicago found few hits in Eddie Kil Killians XD1Ian KUHans
Hans 1Ian nne fine delivery and fans who 1ao were werefiguring wereftprlBg werefiguring
figuring on the White Sox to bat heavily heavilyin
in the worlds series were not pleased pleasedwith pleuedwith plesaedwith
with the light stick fit work this afternoon afternoonDougherty attenaooDDoucHrt afternoonDougherty
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were made by Hahn Isbell and Sullivan SullivanGermany SuUIftDrmaa SullivanGermany
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bases and piled up five stolen sacfca It Itwaa Iteold Itwas
was cold and Billy Sullivan did not care careto careto careto
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and It was an unqualified success In every everypomt everypOInt everypoint
pOInt of interest Its Itsltrone patrons were the Uteeta so social soeieal ¬
eta and financial leaders of metropolitan metropolitansociety metropOBtaaIOdety asetrepelitansociety
society the races were eN keenly contested contestedby eoateetetby contestedby
by the best chasers cbue and hunters nt ntAmerica In InAJDertca Inamerka
America tbe riders were among the best bestsportsmen tsportsmen beetsportsmen
sportsmen known in hunting curies and andthe aDdtJae andthe
the future success of the association aaeodadoltUlKlrecl was wasMatured wasassured
Matured from the start startThe 8U1rLTIle startThe
The races for bona fide hunters ten will winbe willbe willbe
be a great attraction to all hunt dubs dubsin cha chaIn dubshi
in this section not only onl for the pleasure pleasureof
of winning and the material benefit of the thesubstantial thendal thesubstantial
substantial ndal prim prt but such races increase increasethe creaIethe increasethe
the value of the hunter hunterMilitary b1l hunterMilitary ter terJUUta
Military JUUta Steeplechase SteeplechaseA
A feature of this meeting which will willhave wUlhave willhave
have unusual Gal interest for Washtngtonians Washtngtonianswill Wlh a5tonW1S a5tonW1SwW
will be the military steeplechase for forhorses forhone8 forhorses
horses owned and ridden by officers o1 cers of the theUnited theUnUed theBntted
United States army Such races are no nonovelties noaoveJtles noaoveltla
novelties in other countries but th thchase the theucbue thedace
chase for the lb soldiers last fall was the thefirst theAret thefirst
first of its kind ever held In the United UnitedStates JnltedSUo UnitedStates
States SUo under Ole auspices of an associa association a880Ciatloa assoclatlon ¬
tion Wbfle the programme p of events has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been arranged it Is expected there therewill therewill therewill
will be five steeplechases and one race raceon ra raceon e
on the flat each of the three days of the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local meetings meetingsPerry meetln meetlnPerry meetingsPerry
Perry Belmont at the Head HeadHOB fIendHOII headHoa
HOB Perry Belmont nt Is president of the theassociation theHIOclatlon theaascciation
association and Mr Harry S S Page p ht htvice b5Ytce Isvice
vice president Mr Page to well known in inWashington inWashln inWashington
Washington Washln ton having hav n carried his own ownI ownhol8ft ownhorses
I horses over the brush at regular meet meeti mettIDp meetlags
i lags of the Washington W Jockey Club He Heis HeIs
is one of the best known amateur sports sportsmen sportsmen sportsmen
men in America merIca one of the foremost gentleman gen gentleman gentle ¬
tleman tle riders and the only amateur who whoever whoever whoever
ever won a National on his own horse horseMr horseKr horseMr
Mr John R Townsend To who is isMCfetary isMCfetaryaa4 secretary secretaryad secretaryod
aa4 ad treasurer has probably done more moreCor mortor mor morfor
for the hunting interest than any anyone one man manin mania manin
in purchasing the large estate he has in inlower intOwer inlower
lower Fauquier County Virginia V1r nla in offer offering olferpr1ea offering ¬
ing prises to the farmers rs for 1st It t Y protec protection rttectier tec tectior ¬
tier and care of the foxes and generally generallyeetaottahing generalbes1btitlhiDC generallyestablishing
establishing a feeling of good will be between be bet betic ¬
tween t tic east hunter and farmer farmerRACING farmerI farmerRACI farmerRACING I
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and Owfcriy t hdcrir MS MSMbctb M8Ibtb 186alatb
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TIGERS SMALL SOREPrinceton SCORE SCOREl SCORElriBoet
lriBoet Princeton l > rlnoct R 1RatleHsinsta htk ultl hot t Dissalls Dissallsfled DIsatls DIsatlsfieI Dissatisf Dissatisflied
fled AVltfc ftk S st1Lr Satednas tiix4 Game GamePrlnocton GaanePrIDceton damePrinceton
Princeton N J OcL 7 iTbtrI Tb will willnumber InHnaJllber vn tll
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number of points that the t Tigetfc roll rfJl11P xi xiup d dup
up against Washington and JJfffer JRer rrer < tn tnSatordar InSaturday tnSaturday
Saturday has been the main i itple itpleCODvenatJoD stplc > pic > fconversatbn f fconversation
conversation here today t The gam game amI Ins liisbeen Insbe ii 15 15been
been discussed from start to finish t hut hutUaeft > utthere ut utthere
there is no dissatisfaction expressed esprf ed at attbe t tt1ae
the result Every one including tte ttecoaches tterea1Iue 1e 1ecoteba y
coaches realizes that Princeton played playedthe playtdue playedthe
the game for what it was worth and t toe toewfAt1ler Fie Fieweather ae aeweather
weather conditions were adverse adverseAH a4wneAD adverseAU
AH the men came out of the fra fray y in infirst InIrBt infirst
first class shape Cooney Capt Dill DilJn DilJn8taDdard sn snStandard n nStandard
Standard and Herring are as fit if n t it ittter 1ter t i isitter
sitter < tter er than before Only three iuLsi iuLsilutes stttn i itotes iwere
totes were used Cox and fitovsf atw Tto Ttoare 110an tto ttoare
are new men in varsity football ldk ldkJIIEe ii iilike > k klike
like comers The Tigers leaned tli tflir tflireak1II rir rirsgeak ir iroak
sgeak oak eak1II spot yesterday y rd and the c tai a cht t > s swffl 8w swill
will set about to patch them nw before beforetbe IIeflBtile heirthe t
tile thegame game with Annapolis next SatsMiy SatsMiySUNBAT Bstm + tnyt tnytz y ySUNDAY
SUNDAY GOLF CJUJSaSB CJUJSaSBChlcacws A1JSI8ClaIcages CILU STR STRChicagos z
Chlcacws X Mont t KxttiMiTe Club da Bray IfeiySsvlfl BraySpit yo yoS
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Chicago Oct 7 7For For Ute first tftasf in intbe InoraanisatloDS inthe
the organizations history Sunday 8 piy piywas J r Joy Joywaa sywas
was permitted today on the Unto of A ie ieHomewood leHomewood toHomewood
Homewood Country Club Chfcaf i > s smost smeet 4 4most
most exclusive golfing societ 1
When the club waf founded ta In > IM IMeorurtitutional 50 a aeoIUItItuUonal aconstitutional
constitutional provision prohibited f n nday nda7 nday
day golf Tbe constitution coutJt1ilt 0IJ could not b bchanged 1J 1Jeluuced va vachanged
changed without a twotbirds irWI vote F < ur artiara urtimes r rtJuMa
times the effort was made to secure i is ischange lIs lIsebanp Ischange
change At each successive succe ive vote 1h 1hDum < hN hNnumber h hnumber
number Dum of o otlaal1ota aUoU baUoteagainst kglsstSaday Sunday nbot fas > rv rvance t tasses
nee hscraaani Ja Jbe be sneoesavy mtfsrity mtfsritywes ygtritywas rity rityWU
wes lacking boisever mill ntfl tile thelot flttM ai ailot il illot
lot last night ntatTbe niptthe nightThe
the proSunday golfers coif celebrated the sheoccasion theby theoccasion
occasion by a series rIu of matches arenmd arenmdthe arw md mdrtbe andthe
the course The anUs kept strict stridlJ r avay avayfrom avayfrom ay ayfrom
from the clubhouse and there ta talk talkof t talkof k kI
I of a big secession movement movementCVart t tI
1 1Court
I Court Te TeaHie J i wi t Tmxetlo TmxetloTuxedo 1 xedTuxedo TxxedTuzede
Tuxedo Park Park N T Oct 7A highly highlyinterestinc l tblyIDterestbl highlyInteresting
Interesting exposition doa of court tennis was waawitnessed waswitnessed u uwltDfSlled
witnessed by tbe Tuxedo colony which whichwas hlc h hwas lr lrwas
was given today at the Tuxedo Tennis Tennisand etnisaDd Tennisand
and Jtaquet Club between E E Johnson Jpbnsonprivate Johnsonprivate J91mlOnprivate
private professional coach to C Garland GarlmdEsq 9artanrlBsca GarlandEae
Eae Esq who Is now rn In this country and andRobert andRDbert andRobert
Robert Moore Jr son of the wellknown wellknownprofessional weDknownprofesaloaaJ wellknownprofeadonai
professional Robert Moore The style styl of ofgame ofgame ofgame
game played pIa by both professionals profes looalf was wastbe wasthe wasthe
the heavy outofdoor game and 00 was wasi wasappreciated s sappreciated
i appreciated by the audience Mr Gar Garland rl rlland
1 land has recently built a magnificently magnificentlyequipped mqDi8eentlyequipped magnificentlyequipped
equipped tennis court on his estate in inWarwickshire inWarwiekEhir inWarwickshire
Warwickshire England EnglandTwo EnglandTwo EnglandTwo
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