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Y -rf-o -fi 0-.?vt- ; . 4- --""' "- vt'' i" t. "" -" "" - ' v."vT"iJSJ,Vi "-" " -vB i-.T-trx'----' 12 THE WASHINGTON HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1915. ssat - Alexander Stumbling Block for Sox Federal Flag Goes to Chicago Alex Willing to Work Four Straight Games Mainstay of Moran's Quakers Wants to Stand Blunt of Burden. JOE WOOD IN OPENER The classiest pitching staff that ever battled under one standard versus pitching staff composed of one real star and several ordinary twlrlers that's the nay the Red Sox and Phillies size up in ritchins departments. But the overwhelming advantage of the Red Sox in its defensive department, as a whole, is minimized by the fact that in a world Eerics the whole staff doesn't Ket a chance o perform the mound dwelling Is delegated to two or three pitchers at the most. Sometimes Just one pitcher does the bulk of the work. And because this is the case, the pitch ing department of the Phillies must be considered practically equal to that of the Red Sox In the short world series clash. Grover Cleveland Alexander stands out today as the greatest defensive pitcher in the game. The Sox have a wonder Hurler in Joe Wood, vet even Wood must vield first place to the pitching stir of the Phillies. Wants to Pitch Four Straight. T'pon the mighty arm of Alexander will rest the hopes of the Philles' supporters And Alexander, if right, certainly will justify the confidence that is placed in him, because the game never has Known a pitcher who, in a crisis, could rise to such sublime heights Alexander has asked to work In the lirst four games of the world series, but Manager Pat Moran has turned down this amazing request. Moran believes that Alexander could stand up under the terrific strain of pitching four games in a row, and he feels that if Alexander did work in those four games it probably would cinch the pennant for the Phillies But he knows that the strain ultimately would tell that It would shorten Alex ander's career as a pitcher. Alexander, undoubtedly, will pitch the opener and will be sent to the mound again for the third game. The result of the dueling up to that time will decide Moran as to when to work Alexander again. Demaree 3In Sprlnc Surprise. Demaree probably will get a chance at the Sox. and when "Steamer Al" is going good he's one of the best little pitchers In the game. Demaree is some what erratic in pitching. One day he will pitch a shut-out game. The next day he will jield a dozen hits The Red Sox muv bat him all over the lot when he start and Demaree may shut them out At any rate, it's a good gamble for Moran to hove Demaree at the Red Sox for the second game, using Maver or Rim'V. the hug' vouthpaw, for the fourth pame Mamstr Bill Carncan Just now is in a quandarv as to which man to work in the openinz combat. Bill's choice Isn't rradt for him as L Moran's He's got six twlrlers .rr one on edge, and every cn of almost equal skill A ooil In Oprner. , CHICAGO WHALES WIN FEDERAL LEAGUE FLAG Windy City Club Divides Final Bill With Rebels. Landing Pennant By Half Game. Chicago, .Oct. 3. Thirtv-four thousand fans saw Weeghman's Whales put Chi cago back into the ranks of champions today after an absence of five years when the North Siders defeated the Pittsburgh Rebels, 3 to 0, In the second game of a double-header that wound up the Federal League season Leading the race" when the contests be gan, the Whales were passed by the vis itors, with whom they had been battling neck and neek for several weeks because the Rebels made a gallant uphill fight and won the first game today, 5 to 4, In the evelenth Inning. The winning run was made whe Knetzer singled and scored on I ti-i-i.i...-.... t.i t icntujiu a Pintle. Tinker's men drove Knetzer from the mound in the sixth Inning of the after- l piece, and when Bailey continued to blank the visitors, the Whales were pro claimed the pennant winners by the nar row margin of half a game. Bailey held the Rebels to two singles and did not let a man get past first base. The Whales won the game and pen nant in the sixth inning on Doolan's sing'e. doubles by Flack and Zwilllng. and singles by Wilson and Pechous. Scores: Fittt zimr . R. H. E. nttsbunh 1000000030 1-j 11 S Chicago O010O21000O-4 12 1 Batteries Rostr. Knetzer, aod Bcttt: McConndl, rrrndTcat. and Wilson. Umpires Messrs. John stone and Ercnnan. Second sam- R. H E. Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 0 Chicam 0 0 0 0 0 3 x-S 7 1 filled on account of darkness. Batteries Knetzer and Berry; Bailer and Wilson. Umpires-Messrs. Brennan and Johnstone St. Lonis Wins Final. St. Louis, Oct. 3. St. Louis closed the Federal League season by winning from Kansas City today, 6 to I. Crandall was driven from the box, but Kansas City could do nothing with Eddie Plank. It. H B. Kansas City 02000000 0-2 9 0 St Louis 0 4 10 0 0 0 1 1-6 S 0 Battenei-llcnnln2 and Easterly; Brown, Cran dall, flank, and Chapman. Umpires Messrs Me- Connack and O linen. 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Knabe's crew took the opener, 9 to 5. while the locals, led by old Ed Reulbach, walked awav with the second, 6 to 0. Young, pitching for the visitors In the closing game, pitched good ball, but was given wretched support. He did not have a chance, anyway, for Reulbach held the Terrapin batters to three hits and fanned twelve of them. Score: Hrst came B. H. B. Baltimore 0 2 1 4 2 8 0 0 0-9 IS 1 Newark 0 ! 0 I 0 I I D-i 8 5 Battene-l!lack. Quinn. and Itussell; Kalserlinl. Here are shown the big men in the scrap for the world baseball championship about to be fought out on the fields at Philadelphia and Boston: J. J. Lannin, chief owner and president of the Boston Red Sox; "Bill" Carrigan. manager of the Red Sox; "Dutch" Leonard, star twirler for the Red Sox: William F. Raker, rhief numr nA president of the Phillies; "Pat" Moran. manager of the Phillies, and Grover Alexander, star pitcher for the Phillies. Six Stakes to Be Run At Laurel This Week fnran Rilhlrri Whltehniiw. Hjnrlen F.A TTnJm. lf Jcx' Wood's arm is back in real con- rmpin-v-Mc-Hrs Mulliu and Wilhelm. Iition ("ariicm probably will send; Second came R. IT. EL ' Sinukv ' ngaln-t Alexander If it isn't. Baltimore 00000008 0-0 3 2 !-l,..i. tminnstoi- mil- t-ef tho linnnr I Newark 11000220 16 1 'h ., Von,, Orcw I, in condition there ' cr"V.S "" aDd " j t.i t iMittni- l.it lv inline In lit fntt n t x I ' a1 I a, u fta.t,A ILkl liaiiuv.t III tiivi VUUIIIIJt .ut liipsi?- arm hah beqji allinj; all ear. in'l ''iniin mi not work lilm. Gcors I'ofetc r and Puti h Ionarii eom Mire of sotting mo t.ie firir.p line, speciallv if thr ne! is a Ions one. and "nabe" TEnth the ounRster, will be held in re er' for relief work and for pinch hi'tiiiR purposes. Itnth n Kenl RUFNEX ELEVEN LANDS i a-awr cmrri r a nxr JlMU-OlULJJ UAlTlEj Inccer. Ruth is one of the bst batters on the lub and easllv the sreatest slugger. Up has smashed out nine doubles, one triple and four home runs during his infrequent appearanies at the bat. and lie- will tome in handv in pinches. Trojans After Games. Th Trojan Athletic flub would like to arrnnse games with all teams averaging 1T to 135 pounds in and out of the Dis trict Address a'l games to V. V GerardI, isri East Capitol street RACING LAUREL PARK The Jlufnex Athletic Club football team vesterday defeated the Nolan Athletic Club In a one-sided game bv 54 to 0 The feature of the game wa the long end runs by the lJufncx' back field and Feehman's great defensive plajmg. The line-up and summarv nL'fEX. Tosltion NOLAN A. C TaiLhurst L. E Sehnridcr Stanfcbury 1.. T Drmahne Crowley U f! Addams October Meeting 1st to 31st Inc. FIRST RACE, 2.30 P. M. SIX RACES DAILY dmUfilon. 91J0. Knrtlfn, flOOt Hoxca. S3.00. sperin! It. A . Tralnn l.ritTe linlon S(n(ion 1:10 JL 1 :30 F. MH Het urnlnc Immediately fter Rce. Ititpini f"?ntiT M lieonbercfr Ut-Dold It. P"tr.ron Coorejr It. T Dotc Murtiuph It. K. I. Ffthinn (inmn;ham Q. B Creil Berkcrt L. II. B J. Lmaberc?r ronlnn R H B M Ffahann Uolohin F. B Nnlan Touthdomj Mwfcert 3J. OmnlnJiham (3. Holo- han (n. ConMn. Befercr Mr Trnnrnon I'mrire Mr. Csnl?tntn. Ilrad linesman Mr. Callahan. Unrman Mr. Bltn don TirapSpcr'T Jlr Black man Tim f quarters K minuto Annapolis Stake for Two- year-olds, at Six Furlongs, Slated for Today. CANADIANS IN LIMELIGHT Bv- GEORGE B MORRIS. Laurel, lid , Oct. .1 With rood weather promised by the weather man, fine rac ing should prevail ail week at the Mary land State Fair. Each day during the week a stake race will be run besides the overnight events. Tomorrow the - - y Annapolis Stakes, for 2-year-olds, at six ,fJ, .. ....... - .. , Kn'It. I(f . 'Borax. 103; 'Mabel Dulirrttr. 101. luriongs, win oe ine muiiiiei ui .-nunc- stuivil lui r-JIaklcn (Win, 2jearH5ld, lire great contest should result LAUREL SELECTIONS. By GEORGE B. MORRIS. First race Borax, All Smiles, Day Day. Second race Gibraltar, Broom Corn, White Eye. Third race Noureddln, Ek mont. Volant. Fourth race Dodge, King Neptune, Slipshod. Fifth race Wilson Entry, Cor sican. Progressive. Sith race Ambrose. Msrshon, Stonehenge. HERALD BOWLERS TO START jEASON TODAY Bewicks to Meet Caslons in Opening Game President Lear to Roll the First Ball. Long-Fell Heed Supplied by INSTITUTE DRINK AND DRUG Cases Successfully Treated- Absolute rrl'acj. Heine comfort. No dan cer. Competent raraidan and nuraea tn attend anrc. OPEN DAT AND N'ICnT. XJteiature tree to anj address. All eommunl- eatlona ttrietlr confidential. 17th and I, Stu. .V W. .aahluarln, D. C. Phone Main 37SS. Always the Satno Tharp's Berkeley Rye ftrUl Private DUrmrt. U r StrMt . W, rmaaa Mala T. CARDINALS CAPTURE ALEXMDRIA TITLE Alexandria, Va , Oct. 3. The Cardinals coppcel the championship of Alexandria when thej defeated the Eagles for the third consecutive game. Thompson, who was on the mound for the Cardinals, was very wild at the be ginning, but steadied down and twirled air-tight ball, sending fifteen back to the bench on strike-outs, while Quayle did excellet, fanning nine, but was hit In the pinches The feature of the game was the play ing of Giovannettl. Coleman, Jones, and White. The Cardinals Intend to chal lenge the Clarendons for the champion ship on October 17. Score: ranlinal" AB H O V E I Hade.. Alt IT n A E. Co! man If .c 4 I K l 0 VYlnte.lb-" . i 1 8 0 0 Ial-nan 3b .. 4 Z 1 I CU illlam..cf .. 4 10 0 0 .vtcllndecf . 4 0 3 1 Oilliv.l-n.rb ... 4 0 12 0 (lioran'ttl lb. 4 3 2 0DelcrK,M 4 12 3 0 -nowdrn.cf.. 3 2 10 01 "liir-andine rf 4 12 10 llauer.2b .... 4 0 14 0, arkrelI.1T ... 3 0 2 0 1 riirdr.M ... 4 0 1 1 0?oneac 2 0 9 0 0 O Dmnrll rf. 1 0 0 0 0 orljb 3 0 0 3 0 Otten-irf .... 10 0 1 0 Oilajle.p 3 0 0 1 o Mirino.rf.... 0 0 0 0 0 DoiisUa 10 0 0 0 Thomron.p. 3001 01 1 Totala. 51 4 2t 10 1 Total 32 8 S 11 0 Batted for Cortrell In the ninth. Cardinals 40200001 1-7 Earles 2200000 0-4 Earned ran-Cardinal. 4: Eacles. 1 Baes on talto-Off Thomr--ni. 6; off Quajle, 2. Struck out By Thorarwi. 15: br Quajle. 9. Donhle plar Oirent to JtcBnde to Purdy to McBnde. Stolen base-Giorannetti Two-bae htt-flioTannettl Um rvre Mr. Hushes. JOYNER'GETS LEMBERG COLT. wmtne-r Trainer Alio Ban Flllr at PienmarUet Salea. London. Oct 3. At this week's New market sales, which ended yesterday, many jearlings were purchased for the American market. In addition to those which have been reported as bought by nanes r. 1'aterson for C K. G. Btlllntrs and Frederick Johnson. One of the buyers was Jack Joyner. trainer for Harry Payne Whitney, who soon wilt be returning- to the United States. Joyner cave tt.00 for a bay colt by Lemberc-Roman Matron and also bought a filly by Farlman-Zelff for $1,000. R. S. Slvler. who said he was acting for a member of the American Jockey Club, bought several promising yearlings. In cluding a bay filly by Dark Roynald. a sire that Is pressing Polymelus for the position at the head of winning sires. Other VOIIfa" hn-ral-a WDM Vfcilw-.lt a auul ? Mr. G wllllame, oX Nevada, and Phi! T. t-nino. tion, and therefrom. The track has dried out and is In ex cellent shape. The management of the track is gratified with the showing made yesterday. Fully 7,W) persons were on hand, and though the track was heavy good racing iesulted. The clubhouse was packed with so ciety folk from New York, Baltimore. Washington, and Virginia points Canadian horses and Canadian Jockevs were in the limelight Saturday. The first three numbers on the program went to Canadian horses, ridden by Canadian boys, while still another Canadian jockey captured the fifth race, making four wins for the "Canucks" during the day. Tuesday the Cirrollton Handicap, for 3-year-olds, at six furlongs, with J1.000 added, will feature the card. The How ard Stakes, for 3- ear-olds and upward, at one mile and a sixteenth, with $1,000 added, will bring out the cracks at the track on Thursday. Saturday the Washington Handicap, for 3-s ear-olds and upward, at one mile and a furlong, with $2,000 added, should make one of the greatest contests of the meeting. Should no more rain fall, the track will be well dried out and fast by tomorrow, and trainers who have been hanging off on account of the heavy go ing will come forward and enter their best. Insuring brilliant programs and high-class racing. The mutuel machines were working In fine snaps, and patrons of the course did not have any trouble In cashing their winning tickets. There are thlrtv cash iers and each was kept busy all after noon. The Innovation of the "Laurel Special" over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad af fords Gothamltes an opportunity to go to the track and return to their homes the same day. The special ha3 dining room and Pullman cars, besides day coaches, and much favorable comment was heard over the progresslveness of the management in having this train put on. and onc-Iialf Ii.rkmin Itoae Juliet. 110; Bonnie Car rie. 110. Bnom Corn 110, Moonstone, 110; tVbite f.je. 110: Ulbnltar 110. S-andhsht. 110. THIHI) KCE-Scl!inz. 3-jeir-oIda. one mile and srvemr yarji. -videt. 112. '.Northern Ueht, 110: Eemont, 10-; Nouted'in. if. -,tar of Lore 106; i Volant. 105; Cotttm Top, 101; Pennj Bock' 101; -uuan anon, :ai. KOCKTH KACB-ijcar-oIda Jitro added; aix furlonj. Dnlse. 118; Ceorce -mith. 118: l'e-nr, 112, slipshod. 112; Murphj, 110; Celandna. 115; Kins Neitune. 115, St. Isidore. 107; Arlta, 1C5, ipir, 105. ("eorjc Smith and Peaaj, McBnde "Station. K1ITH lt.CE-SellinS; handicap: all area; sii furlongs Bra.e Cimaioer, lei- Corsicsn. IN; BorKO. 103. San-anrt 10. Procrtne. OS; Chirator. 52. Bcrpj and xar-ir-t. If. T W ilson. jr'a entrr. SIXTn RACE-Sellinit. 3-jrar-oldj and upward: one and one-miteenth miles. Napier. 10J; -Vlarshon. 1C7- 'Harrr 1-oder. W; Yodcling. 105: Abbnt'ord. 105; Earl of Saror. I'S. Amlnwe. Its; 'Stonehenee, 1G3; 'Cuttyhanli. 103, Balfion. 100, Biliie Baker. 100. Arrrenbce allmrance claimed. Presdent George C. Lear, of The Wash ington Herald Duckpln Letgue. will start the ball a-rolllng for the 1315-1316 season today at the new Roval Bowling Alleys on II street northwest when the Bewicks play the Caslons in the first game of the schedule. Starting last fall with but four expe rienced bowlers, a league was formed. and before the final halt was made some capable performers at shooting the little maples were developed. Four clubs were lormed. with six men each, and of the twenty-four players of the league four teen averaged over ninety for the season. Stewart Lvnch lead the field with 96.9, vvniie Charlie Anderson followed with Kj.01. A schedule of fifty-four rames has hen rttawn up. In which each club will meet the other eight times. The games will he rolled twice a week, on Morula v and Tuesday. The schedule runs until the 1th of April. The following Is the roster of the Chicago, Oct 3. The Cuba knocked Sallee out of the box In the second inning today, winning from St, Louis, 7 to I. Five hits, two passes and two errors gave the Cubs their seven runs. Meadows, who relieved Sallee, allowed only two hits in six Innings. Vaughn held the Car dinals safe until the fifth, when they scored two runs on two hits, a walk and an error. The score: n.H. E. St. Louis D0002OOO 0-2 6 2 Chicafo. 07000000 x-7 8 2 Batteries-halite. Jltadona. and Snider: Wuehn and Breanatun. Umpires Met-ra. Brron and Orth. Eeds Lose Final. Cincinnati. Oct. 1 Pittsburgh and Cin cinnati wound up the National League season here today, Pittsburgh winning. 5 to 2. The Beds could do nothing with Adams, who relieved Kantlchner. Schneider on the other hand was touched for hits In the pinches and received poor support. Manager Clarke, of the Pirates, tendered his players a farewell banquet here tonight. The score: R. H E. Pittaburrh 00004000 1-5 10 I Cincinnati 00300000 0-3 7 I Batteries Kutldiner, Adam. and Gitr-os; Bcnneiaer and VVingo. Umpins-Mnsra. Quiglrr and Eaaon. Tigers Win 100 Games. Detroit, Oct. 3. Manager Jennings' ambition to win 100 games this sea son was achieved today when the Tigers defeated Cleveland. 6 to 5. This Is the greatest number of battles ever won by a Detroit club. The Tigers got off to a flying start, making five runs In the first three rounds. Cov aleskle went bad after an excellent start, and James took his place after the sixth. Score: n.H. E. Cleieland 00012101 0-5 13 4 Detroit 13 10 0 0 0 1 x-S 11 0 Battenc-Klcrfer. Jraex and O'N'eill. Oiialrlie Jamea. Dubuc. and JlcKee. Umpires-Mnsnf. Wal lace and brans. White Sox Trim Browns. Chicago, Oct 3. The White Sox won the closing game of the season from St. Louis here today, 6 to 2. Home runs by Felsch and J. Collins were the features Today's victory was the eleventh straight win for the Sox. Score: P..1. E. SU Ixinis 00000002 02 9 1 Chicato 0 0 110 0 13 x-6 7 I Batttiies-llamilton and Ajnrw; Flaber. Ruaell. and Majer. UmrirM-3len. Chill and Oonnollj. EISEMAN'S CORNER SEVENTH AND E STREETS For Over Half a Century We Have Been the Leading Clothiers of Seventh Street YOUR FALL SUIT Is Here LANDIS DECISION MAY COME IN DECEMBER Chicago Judge Expected to Settle Baseball Case After His Vacation. teams Annapolis tales; Jensens captain, LOUISVILLE ENTRIES. LAUBEL EBTEIES. FIRST RACE Selllnt: 3-rcar-olda and upward: one mile and seventy Tarda. Yodelear, J; A1I Smiles. 108; Noma, 108; Day Day, 10S; Harrr. Jr. FIRST RACE-Sellme; 3-rear-old maidens; U furlorn. Peter Rtaliart. 1 0. Saint Leo 110 Andjr II . 11). ClrnU. Ill; Stone.ood. 115: Stonini ton. in: VVelcor. 1'5. Ina Kay. 115; Maeia. 115; ,. ..-iviic-i, nj; inuwir, ila; iiauie C, 115 Hattlo Burton. 115: Moner JCaLrr ll- Ki urn lam. US M.i).M iTATE-Alloirances: car-olds: fit ana one-nan lurlonrv Veldt. 1CS; Shine. 1CS; Flowa Walker. '10; Counter VVilmot. 110- Lady Abvayj. 110: Panhandle. 13; Cane Rune, 113; Charlie MeOee. 113: Hops. 113; Rhj Fellow, 113; Primro, 113. J. O. Welch, 113 TIIIRl RACE-nandicap. all acea; six furlonp. Dr. Lurick. 103; Conters. COS; Oonninr Tower. 105: The Orader. 1!0. TOURTlt RACK-Cherokee Sellinf Stakes: 3 yeaMldj and opward: mile and one-riitecnth. Goldcrrst Boy. ; Rinriint:. 97; Fleetabelle. 95. First Deere. 102; Crorrr Tlttzhes. 104; 81eeth. 107. FIFTH RAOE-Sellini; 4-yearolds and upwatd: aix furlonja. Al Jones, 507; J. b. Maylow 107-Ixx-kUnd. 107; Feather Du&ter. 107; Hajuiny, 107; CteuntenMrt. IX; Quarterraiater, 110; Busy. 110; Talm Uaf. Ill; rrospect. 111; Mack B. Eiibanks. Ill SIXTH RACE-Selhnz: ircaroldi! nil. t.r. raret O.. 95; A I Pierce. S7; Anmment. 99; Beauty Shop. 101; Lady Worthington. !B: Infidel II 101' Oypay Blair. 103; lnprt. 1W; Sailno. lt; Rlflo hEVENTU RAtB-Sellme. 3.5eaix,lda and up ward; one mile and half. Commauretta 90 Disillusion. 95: Allen Cain. 9; Slaraxret Burkley. :W; St. Charicote. 101: OUn SUr. 105; Flylna; Feet. 105: Conoler. 105; Any Port. 10S; Expectv Uon, l'O; Goldle. 110. ' Charlie Demlnc Rrl- aie ijeck. Joe Allen. Freddy Swltzer, Judce Ljnch, and Eddie Hawk. Caslons Captain. Charles Johnson: Charlie Anderson. Walter Ferber, Gill. Georse C. I.ear. and John Dugan. Ro crofts Captain. Brisham: Smith. George Mallard. Larry Harrington, Bus slus, and Sheer. B3wicks Captain, Bovd; Frank Allen. Billy Frank. Gene Thajer, Cahoon. and Percy Sutton. The following officers will serve for the season: President. George C. Lear: vice prcsiacni, j. a. LhjRan. and treasurer, C. D. Doming. Chicago. Oct 1 The decision of Fed eral Judge K. M. Land's In the suit of the Federal League against organized baseball will be delaed until at least uecember. it Is said, through the filing jesterday of a stipulation in the United States District Court by attorneys rep resenting the Philadelphia National League Club in its suit against the Fed eral League baseball club of Chicago and Charles Wecghman. its president. The latter suit Is a subsidiary of the larger case. Involving the Federal League and the National Association, comprls Ing the National Baseball League, the American Baseball League and a num ber of minor leagues. Judge Landis has the case under ad visement and Is expected to give his decision when he. returns from his va cation. In about a month. ell s15 The Fall Suits we are show ing at $15 are making a big hit with dressy men and young men. You'll be keen about them. too. when you see them. They have all the style and quality of any suits ever shown at $25. New Top Coats, $15 Just the right weight coats for early morning and evening wear. New models in the smartest fabrics. -Fall Hats- All the latest shapes and shades in Soft and Stiff Hats--$2.00 r value at $l.jU EISEMAN & CO., 7th and E Streets Outfitters to Men tad Boys. v Nicholls and Smith Win at Great Neck New York. Oct. I. Lovers of good golf who took advantage of the opportunity to see three champions and a former champion in action at Great Neck today were well rewarded. Gil Nicholls. the Metropolitan champion, and Alex Smith, former national champion, defeated Tom McNatnara, of Boston, the Western champion, and Walter Hagen. the Massa chusetts champion, by 3 up and Z to play. In a 36-hoIe match. The match was spectacular In many spots, as at all times it was very close and the scoring was below par. The home breds looked to have an advantage in the early part of the contest, as they were 2 ud and playing with excellent teamwork. This lead was overcome principally by the wonderful spurt of Nicholls. who came home in 31 and succeeded In squar ing the first IS. The best ball for both nal b ma. Hot Tlfthiill Ttaln tti nri vantage of playing on his home course had an individual round of ST. Smith was) only able to help him on 3 holes, where' he got a half each time. The best work was done by McNaman on the difficult second, where he got "twos" both times around. His last -was made while a moving picture camera was grinding away. He sank a down hill putt of 12 feet. On the 13th green. In the morning. Mac also got a long putt for i a 2 where the par Is 4, but his trouble did not win the hole, as Nicholls Immediate-, ly dropped 1 In the cup for a half. 9 Nicholls' round In the afternoon was also the best of the four. He recorded an even TO. but this was only accomplished by aid of 2 bye holes coming in. On the long "l-vard hole, he just missed a 3 by Inches. The next hole, which is 301 yards, he drove almost to the green, then sank his mashle approach for a 2. Hagen laid I stone dead at tho pin for a 3. The cards: (T secretary COMPLETE STATISTICS OF THE MAJOR LEAGUES. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. AMERICAN. I NATIONAL Detroit, 6: Cleveland. S Pittsburgh. 5; Cincinnati. 3 4 n....v-b. . uw "", . t-nica-to, 7; TODAY'S GAMES. Athletics at Washington. New York at Boston noston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. P St. Louis, Boston .... Detroit Chicago. Washington . . . New York.... St. Louis Cleveland...... Athletics W. L. Pet. 99 47 .78 100 34 .649 93 61 .604 84 66 .560 66 .81 .449 3 91 .411 57- 93 .J7S 41 10S .275 Phillies.... Boston Brooklyn.., Chicago.... Pittsburgh. SL. Louis... Cincinnati.. New York.. ss 79 79 71 73 72 71 L 61 68 70 80 81 81 Pet. .591 .538 .533 .477 .474 .471 83 " 1461 79 .. Ml TR0Ji4N CLUB WINS FIRST OF SEASON The Trojan football team opened the season by defeating the strong Montrose A. C. yesterday in a well-played game by the score of 24 to 0. The game was played at Fifth street and Florida avenue northeast before a large crowd, who applauded the teams time and again for their brilliant per formance. The feature of the game was the all-, around work of the Trojan backfleld which gained almost at will. Tailor and Frank played a good game In the line. Kllleen and Mad lean nlavm tbe beat game for Montrose. The line up and summary: TROJAN. M. Kaplan Millrr MrtrltU Regan Frank Tajlor UfjAn JtnkiM (car.). Q. B p. Gtrardl H-tt r. H. D j. Kaplan " R- U. B r. crarti Bottler. F. B Waasaman (enpt.) Snbjtitutions-Kllgate for Holden, J. GerardI for F. Qerardl. Turner for Waauman n I Kaplan. Smith for Holden. Maihew for MtteliU. Ctambers lor Madigin. Toachdoms-r. Gerudi Wassaman. Turner (a. Referee-A Stem B H 8 Cmrire-Mr. E. ""eMl. a. u. Htar lineman-jfrl Regan. Time of periods 10 minutes. MONTROSE. Position. Reed U E.. Hurley ......L. T.. Stereos. M U. G... Kllleen Center . Firier - R. O... Krata R. T... Madtean R. K... Colleges Take to Trapihootihg. New York. Oct 3. Princeton, Dart mouth. Yale. Harvard and Cornell hav formed an Intercollegiate Trapshootlng Assocuiuuti. in purpose or the or-1 ganiiatlonjs to "regulate intercollegiate' trapshootlng competition and Increase' Interest in trapshootlng as a college' sport." Stanley F. Withe, Harvard. 14. 1 has been elected secretary-manager of I the association. F. C. Huntress, Dart-1 mouth, '1. and H. L. Gordon. 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