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Chicago Has Far Better Catcher and Prob Probably Probably Probably ¬
ably Better B tter Pitchers PitchersNational National Leaguers LeaguersFaster LeaguersFaster LeaguersFaster
Faster on Bases BasesDonovan Donovan Twirled TwirledWonderful TwirledW TwirledWonderful
Wonderful W onderiul Game GameBy
CHICAGO Oct 9Atter seeing eerng one onegame e
game betwon the Chicago Cubs and the theDetroit theDetroit
Detroit Tigers It must be conceded that thatChicago thatChicago
Chicago has an excellent chance chanceot of get getting getting gettng ¬
ting another worlds championship championshipWhile chrunplonshlpWhIJe chaxnplon8hlPWhile
While the game ended 3 to 3 after aftertwelve aftertwelve
twelve innings of the t o grandest and most mostexciting mostexciting
exciting baseball Chicagos fans have haveever hlweever
ever seen a careful examination of the thework thework
work of both teams shows that the Cubs Cubsdid Cubsdid
did better and to all indications will willfurther wUlfurther
further outclass the American Leaguers Leaguersbefore LenlUersbefore Leaguersbefore
before tho series is over overDetroit overDetroJt
Detroit has Vild Bill Donovan and andSam nndJam
Sam Crawford and Ty Cobb and those thosethree thosethrfe thosethree
three fellows may upset everything eerrt lng yet yetand
and boost Detroit Into the champlon champlonslilp chamionsp
slilp slilpBut sh p
But to offset tho prowess prove of these thesethreo thesethre
threo thre marvefs Chicago has hasa a 0 dozen Or Orfifteen orfifteen
fifteen well balanced well drilled and andlively andl1vely
lively ball payers that according to toform toform toform
form will 111 bring the title to lothe the West WestSide Ve t tSide
Side SideDonovan SideDonovan
Donovan Was Perfect PerfectWild PerfectWild
Wild Bill pitched one of tho pret prettiest prettlEst ¬
tiest games that has ever been played playedIn
In the Vest He was perfect and andovertopped
overtopped Overall of the Cubs Just Justthe justth
the th same as he would ould have surpassed surpassedny
AnY ny ultcher itcher the Cubs might mlg t have put Jn Jnthe Snthe a athe
the game But Wild Bill Is the whole wholepitching ssholepItcling
pitching staff of Detroit and he cannot cannotPThe cannot1tCh
pltch 1tCh every < game gameThe gameThe
PThe The Cubs were far In the lea1 of the theof theTlger
Tlger In s speed ed and In folding In spite spiteof
of the > fact that they made more frrorsThl errors rors rorsTh
Th Thl Thy v startled the Detroit players play playrs rs by byth bythf
thf their > lr 1 bsC > 8e running and they outbatt outbatted outbattedthe d dthe
the Tiger team with aU the lulter laLterS 8 8heavy
heavy jhH sluggerS ers It was the Cub Cubs Cubs CubsCubE
CubE a11t1e all the way with theex the exceptIon pt1on pt1onof
of one one Inning and then the flglr8 fell felldo
do down n after the winning 1nnlng the gam gamIt same sameIf
It tile Tigers fall with WUd T1ld BIll I Ithe in
th the bx there is little hope for or them tnemCubs ne neCubs
Cubs Strong Stron Points PointsThey PointsThey
exhausted their lone lonestar lo e estar
They have now
star Twirler twirler by b heaving him through throu h a aterrible atrrrible aterrible
terrible twelveInning lve1nning contest amT ant It Ithas Ithasaalned
has hasaalned Drained them nothing They The have havenotice hovenothn
notice nothn nothng buttcommon butcumm0fl men en to twirl now nowcommon nowInti nowuntil
until Inti Wild lId Dill can go In again antI antIcnmmon
cnmmon men cannot win ln a champion champUmBMP championshl1 chamPtOflsbli
BMP from the Cubs without tremendous tremendousinrk tremendousluck
inrk luck On the other clh > r hand the Cubs bad badthO1
Ihos those dJlugersSrom d61ug lulugers rs from th the Michigan ichIgun me metrnpolis metrnpollr
trnpolis on n the run with one of f their theircommon theircommon theircommon
common pitchers in the be bcx x and they theypitching the the11ac
have fCur tur or thc more like 111 to work wor1in
in the bQlance of the series rh3 h1 Cubs Cubsplthlni
pitching > staff o oinwins on thC whole 18 br HU HUp
p perlor < rlor to the Tlrers and this POI11t oipt
inwins much In their favor Ilvor Ilvordot I
Jut 3ut there la one other soot on onthe ontheChIcago the theI
Chicago club that far excells th the Tigers l1ge l1gennd I
nnd it was shown clearly In the lheopen lheopening open openIng
ing game Johnny Kling as a catcher is isin Isin
in fl a class several several stories above the De Detroit
troit backstops Excelling in both pitch pUhlog pituhbig
log and catching it looks today as asthough 1
though the Cubs are the one best bet
nt any old odds Luck always plays playsm playsan I
an m Important part In bliJ baseball eball and will willlikely willlikely
likely cut in this time timeto but It i will 111 have havet
to t cut hard anl deep to slice the th Cubs Cubsout Cubsout Cubsout
out of the worlds champlortshlpChicago championshipChicago championship champioiIsIdpChicago
Chicago the Faster FasterThe FasterThe FasterThe
The stories of tho wonderful w > nderul bas basrunning basp basprunning basorunning
running the terrible slugging and the theterrifying theterrifying theterrifying
terrifying boldness bol nes3 of the Tigers faded fadedas fadedfi
as 8 Idle dreams when this team stacked stackedup stackedus stackedup
up us against the National League cham champions champions chainpions ¬
pions On the other hand all the dar daring darlng daring ¬
ing and sensational doings were on the tliepart t1lopart thepart
part of tho Cubs CubsChicagp CubsChlcagp CubaChicagp
Chicagp stole six bases every one of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which was a close steal and due to tospeed tospced tospeed
speed by the Chicago runners and In Inaocuratenesa Ina inatcuratenea
aocuratenesa a curat nCM by the Detrot catcher catcherDetroit catcherDetroit catcherDetroit
Detroit stole four bases three of which sIiIchwere j
were w re handed them because of runners runnurson runnerson I Ion I
on third base at tho time There was wasno wasno waSno
no comparison there therethe the Cubs were su superior I3Uporlor superlor ¬
perior and bolder They even < < vcn went so
far as to make one cf the steals at atthird atthird atThird
third base baseFanned baseFanned baseFanne
Fanned Fanne by Wild Bill BillChicago l lChicago IChicago
Chicago banged out ton hits off of the thogreat th thgreat thegreat
great Detroit pitcher Wild Bill Billfanned BUltanned Billfanned
fanned twelve men and showed show d his hissuperiority hisBuplrlorlty hissuperiority
superiority at least for both Overall ana anI
Reulbach could whiff but half hat that num numChicago
leer ttrChicago Chicago had exactly exa < t1y seven chances ahances to
win 1n that giftne and could not connect
with the good pitching of Donovan
Four times out ot
those seven a 1 man
was as far as third base and tho other
three times the runner was at second
A single would havo won the game but but
that pitching of Wild Bill would not
pcmn a single Twice the Cubs had
that winning run nipped at the plate
4 and once they had the bases full with with
but one out And yet that muchneeded
tally couldnt be pushed over overDid overDid overDid
Did Tigers Ease Up UpToward Uproward UpToward
Toward the latter part of the game gameespecially gameupecJaUy gamepedaIly
especially pedaIly after the ninth when the
Cubs succeeded In tying the contest contest the
Chicago team was going much tho bet better better better ¬
ter of the two It looked aa 111 though th6 th6Tigers th thTlgors
Tigers had eased up Tho Cubs w wre wrespeedier jre
speedier than ever and had the game
gone on for a a couple more innings Is Isseems Isseems isseems
seems Chances men would have surely sure sureOl1
won Ol1 out out but darkness prevented and
tiii lJ great eat contest < waa as declared n drnw
I Now ioiv ic win wJl1 nave have to be oe au nJl au gone gone over overagain v r ragain
again today todayTy toda todaTy todayP7
Ty CObb the wonder of the year In
br bn beball eball ball was far from the glamor of
tho limelight in the tll opening game The Thpgrentcst T
greatest batter In the American League ague
did not get a hit Neither did < lId ho steal steala
a baso nor get a a putout nor an assist Sl1st
He was the biggest wall flower of the tll
day He got a medal n1t dnl befpro the game gamestarted glnlCstnrted ganacstarted
started and a a 1 lot of uppluurG every very
time he came to bat bat all of which vhlchhe vhlchheaccepted he heaccepted heaccepted
accepted gracefully However he show IIhow6Ul showeLI
eLI d the spectators that ho had b d a pair of oflively ofilvelylegs
helylcs lively legs and a quick thinker and ho houndoubtedly h hundoubtcdh heundoubtedly
undoubtedly will break into the front frontrow ftontr frontrow
row r > w before this scrap is over overFrank overFrank overFrank
Frank Chance Jimmy Jlmm Slagle Johnny Johrin JohrinEvers
Evers Johnny Kling all broke into star starroles starroles starroles
roles and the playing Of the four along alongwith nJongwith alongwith
with one or two others on the West T st Side SideSuits SideSuits SideSuits
Suits to Order
10 10Black 10Black 10Black
Black Thibet Suits SuitsAll SuitsAll SuitsAll
All wool voolto to order orderS1000
S1000 S1000Morton 1000 1000Morton 1000Morton
Morton C CStout Stout Co
910 F Ii I st StN N w
l I
team te am is likely to bring brine out some grand grandseball d
baseball ba seball before one oneof of these teams has haswon hasWOn hason
won w on four games gamesSome gnmesSome gamesome
Some S ome ComparisonsSam Comparisons ComparisonsSam
Sam Crawford Davy Jones and Schae Schaefer Schaeter Schacr ¬
fer fe r all turned clever tricks for the theTigers theT1gers thegers
Tigers Ti gers outside o tside of the pitching pitchIng of Dono Donovan Donoyanand Donoan ¬
van yanand v an and the hitting of Catcher Schmidt SchmidtCrawford SchmidtCrawCord Schmidtrawford
Crawford C rawford whacked whacked three singles one of ofwhich ofhlch ofhich
which w hlch drove in a a couple of otruns runs All his hishits hishits histwere
hits hi twere were clean drives past the infield infieldDavy InneldDavy InfleldDavy
Davy Jones was perpetually peetuaJba1ong along the theases
bases b ases although his clouts were not notcleancut noteancut
cleancut cleancutSchmidt cleancutI cl eancut eancutSchmidt
Schmidt proved to be a a better batter batt r
I than th an catcher catcherTheother catcherfTheother catcherTheother
Theother Detroit players were unable
to break to the th front In the opening
game gT g ame although the perfect manner of 01
Tyrun Tru T yrus Cobb In running to first and
standing st anding at the bat ba made the Chicago
fans fa ns raise their eyebrows
It must be admitted Chicago has the t
advantage advant aal a ge In pitchers It may not use
all al l four of the pitchers but they are areDetroit
there th ere anwa anyway and In shape for work
Detroit D Din etroit has three only onl one of which is h I
in good shape besides Wild Bill and It ItI ii
I looks lo oks as though Bill cannot come back
I again a gain before b fore the Saturday game at atIleast al
Ileast least le ast He never has been a pitcher who
could c ould work ork every evelda eveldaDope day dayDope dayope
Dope D ope for Today TodayIt
It seems likely JlkOlyth that t Chance will send sendeither l SeflL end endelfJer I
eisl either ei ther Reulbach or Lundgrcn to the thoslab thEab
slab sl lab ab today and either of t them should shoulde houl
be b e the equal equal or cven the master of ofnny ul ulny It Itnn
nny nn a ny twirler Jennings can can put In George t tuhlin
MuIIin M uhlin will probably be the choice of o oe
the th e Tigers although it is possible Sicver Sicverwill Steve
will w ill be worked because of being a ift flt fltandcr
hander h andcr Southpaw lingers were w re destruc destructive dcstructhe destrucve ¬
the ti ve to t the Cubs last season and Jew Jennings Jcuntn ¬
nings ntn n ings s thinks they they might kayo uav the same sameeffect sana sanaffect 8m 8metrect
effect e ffect this year yearMuIIin yearMulhin ear earIullln I
MuIIin stands standsn a better chance of slip 2 llp ¬
ping p ing one over on the Cubs than any ai
of o os f the other Detroit pitchers pltche He is a t
steady s heady and ready twirler He Ht H m mone
is one of the best balters on the De ¬
troit t rolt team team1 and Is considered the best I
batting be tting pitcher in the hURlhens although aJth ugh I Iilhlan
1w KiIHan 1 ilhlan the1 the th Tiger Tl Tler tr lefthander finished I I
with wi w ith th a a better rtcord recordKeulbach rtcordReu1bach rtcordeulbach I
Keulbach R eulbach Surprised Em EmHeullwuh Emfleulbath
Heullwuh showed howcd wonderful speed peedI ea in inthe t the I Ithe
the t he three innings he worked yesterdaye yesterday I IHe
He H e was nJS even < < iven a L surprise both to Uu Uufans th thtans thuans
fans f ans and an his teammates teammltts He has ha suespeed 8UCspeed sue h hpeed
speed s peed and curves that even Crawford Crawfordwas CrawIordw I Ias
was w as s fooled and struck out He Ie seemed seemedto secmcato seemot I Io
to t o have perfect control control and nd did not notpass no C Cass
pass p ass a man nan tOt ov that reason Chance Chancein
i in s liable to put puthlm him In today toda in spilt spiltof rv spi t tof t
0 of o f the thefact fact that he had expected not not noti
t to fr i uc Lhe hi fellow at all
r reUef reUefLundgren elief eliefLundgren
Lundgren Lundgren is in grand trim and can cate
fc be h e depended upon to do steady I and andtpeedy andflpecd andpeedy
t tpeedy flpecd work workJack workTack workJack
Jack Pfeister showed well In praotlc praotlcfind praoUc1d praotlcnd
fi find 1d has a 1 chance of doing one of the thegames thegames theames
E games g ames
By Frank L I Chance manager of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Cubs Cubs If U the f Cubs lose this thisseries thb8rl thiascrica
series 8rl I promise proml o never tc er to be bur surprised burI aurprlscd ¬
I prised at anything In the future futureFunny IulureI fuLureFunny
Funny Iunn things happen in baseball but butI butI I II
I I am absolutely absolutelyconUdenl confident we e will willbeat w willS willSbent 1l 1lbent
bent the Tigers We were confident confidenta comid nt nta nta
a year ago that we would beat the theSox theSox theSox
Sox The world knows we did not notdo notdo notdo
do it It But Du there th re will m be e a different differentstory dltrcrcntstOl differentstory
story stOl this time Detroit Is a niag niagntacent nlasnlccnt niugatficont
ntacent team but the Cubs are bet better better better ¬
ter drilled and have avo It It on the Ameri American American Arncrlcan ¬
can League Lcag e winners in l several sceralwa ways waysI waysI s sI
I am sorry Hoffman will bo out outof out0C outof
of the play but even his hiI absence absencewill atsencewill hjtencewill
will not weaken our team sufficiently sufficientlyto
to affect the situation sJlua ton We arc con confident conildeut 01 01fidcnt ¬
fident of winning but not overcon overconfident oerCOJ1fident overconfident ¬
fident fidentBy fidentBy fidentBy
By Hugh 1 ugh Jennings manager of the theTigers theTiger theTigers
Tigers I will not predict victory victoryIn
In this series All I will m say Is that thatwo thatwe thatwe
we hope to win will play pIa all U Ubaseball Ub th thbaseball > < >
baseball b seba11 we know bow to win We Wehave Wehave tchave
have played goocl ttIo uol 1 enough baseball baseballto
to win in the American League and andwe andwe andwe
we hope ho hop It will Jo good goo enough to todefeat todeteat todefeat
defeat tho National aUonal Leagues Le es best bestteam Destteam oestteam
team Two great te t tems tns arc bookEd hookedup bookEdup bookedup
up Luck may cut a big figure It Itis ItIs Itis
is an open proposition but whch whichever whchever whchever ¬
ever team Is beaten ooat n the winner will willbe wUlbe trillbe
be certain oC having a hard light fightIf lightIf LightIf
If good goo hard baseball will win we wewill wewill Ve Vew1ll
will take kc the series There are six sixIrishmen sbIrl sixIrishmen
Irishmen Irl hmen on On the team and that thatguarantees thatarantcos thatguarantees
guarantees arantcos that there will be no nobacking nohnktne
backing hnktne UD un until the last man IR out
1 lie lieROCKWELL
ANNAPOLIS Met Oct S BFoster Foster H HRockwell HRock HRockwOhl
Rockwell Rock ll excaptain excapt ft and quarterback quarterbackof
of Yale arrived In Annapolis yesterday yesterdayand yestordayand yestcr4ayand
and will be ono onlot of the coaching squad squadGurlnc squadt1urln6
during the week weekHe weeklie WelkI
I He will probably robnbl go to New Haven Havennext Havennext Havennext
next week and a d will m return to Annapolis
for the seasons asonswork Work shortly after
Chamberlain C nmberlaln also of Tale YaJ who 110 lias hi
helped out ut at the Naval Academy on onseveral on21cral onseveral
several occasions will probably probabl cbmiagain camlag come comeagala
again ag ln this season and will give special
attention to the 1 linemen linemenONLY nemen nemenONLYIO
ONLYIO for Mens Gen Genuine Geaulne
uine P r I est e a t Icy
Crnvenettes cant cantb cantfor
b du llcated for torless fortnnnvri
less than 18 18GOl
I It
1115 P STBET 1ear 1th
< t l
Fielding FieldingWas FieldingWas FieldingWas
Was Not Noti N NtUnusual t tUnusuaI
< i c Unusual UnttsualOnly
fit fitOnly
Only Two Parti Particularly ParticularlyGood ParticularlyGood ula Iy IyGood
Good Plays Pl ysSchmiWeak ysSchmi ysSchmkltWeak Schmidt SchmidtWeak
CHICAGO Oct 9 9The The opening clash clashbetween cluhbetweenw clashbetween L
between tho Cubs and the Tigers for forthe fotthe foxthe
the worlds championship was one grand grandstruggle gran granstrurrgle grandstruggle
struggle and although tho outcome outcomeloaves outcome1oavts outcomeloaves
loaves the strength of the teams as asmuch asmuch s smuch
much a matter of conjecture now nowaa as asit asitwas it itwas itwas
was was Tuesday morning the playing gtvaone gIesone gives givesone
one something r > mcthlngot of a a line on their reapec reapectlve Te8pectie respeolive
tie merits meritsThe merltaThe meritsThe
The The fielding fleldinof of both clubs was nothing nothingout nothingout nothingout
out of the ordinary with the possible possibleexception poalbleexceptJon posIbleexception
exception of two plays One was by
Evors Evorslntne in the fourth With W1t Crawford on ohsecond onsctond onsecond
second and JRossman Ros man on first he raced racedout r renedout ced cedout
out Into center and pulled down Cough CoughIns CoughIns Coughins
t Ins short fly doubling do bllng Sam who had hadstarted hadstarted
started start < 1 for the plato thlrikinpr the th hit hitwas hit hitwa hitwas
was wa going safe saf The other < ther and the play playthat pln plnthat playthat
that wound ound up the thegame game was was Scbaefera Scbaeferacatch ScbaeferscatIi i iCAtcli
catch of Chances chancosnwul awful smash sm h He got gotthe gotI gott11ft gotthe I
the ball with his hi gloved hand and while whilerunning whilerunning whilerunning
running at full speed s ed toward tO ard second and anddoubled anddoubled anddoubleclheckard
doubled doubleclheckard Sheckard aheckard who had h d been be n hit by bya byn bya
a pitched ball ballThe banThe ballThe
The hitting hlttfn was about even The TheTigers ThoTIg0r8 TheTigers
Tigers hits hl s wore all clean hard drives driveswhile dr1vMhUe dthveswhtIea
while whtIea hUe a majority of othe the Cubs hits were wereslo were wereslowhit wereslowhit
slowhit slo hlt balls that the infielders could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not get to in order to make the oute outeDonovans outeDonQv3J1s OutsDonovans
Donovans Great Head HeadDonovans HeadDonoans ReadDonosan
Donovans Donosan pitching on the whole was wasmuch wasmuch Wasmuch
much better ttcr than Overalls while whllein In the thefew theI thefew
few f w Innings t tat at Ruelbach was wa on the theslab theslab e esla I
slab sla he was invincible Wild Bills Billswork Billswork I
work was brilliant because be au e ho was con contlnually contlriuall roar
tlnually tlriuall pulling himself outot out of tight tightholes tight tightholes J
holes His judgmwit all day seemed Jeen1edptsrfect seenedperfect j
perfect perfectA
A striking example of this Tva Wu shown j
when hen Zimmerman who replaced Tinker
after the ninth came to bat in the i ieleventh
eleventh with the bases full and one on
out out Bill put on a little extra team utcamtwo
getUug two strikes and no balls wft with
two tv tw fust vst ones The ball he pitched was
i pi t t be ivnters he head
e uers headt d driving him away 1 ay
wilL W tvihe 11 the last lastote one started right for or the
middle qf Q the plate but tdoka tOOk quick
break and the youngster missedlt missed It a
foot footOverall footOverall
Overall crall did not seem to have near al
the things at his command that Dono ¬
van used u ed so B well el i iSchmidt ISchmidt
Schmidt S hni Off Color Color 1 v >
KUng outcaught Schmidt Schmldtandto and to this this
fact can be b attributed attributed the Cubs numer numerous numerous numerous ¬
ous stolen bases Tho Detroit backstop backstopwas b ckstop ckstopas
was as far farfrom from being In his usual form formIt tormIt
It was the missing of a third Ird strike strikeby strikeby strikeby
by him that let Qtelnfeldt romp across acrossthe acrosJIIthe acrossthe
the plate pla with the tlelng run In the theninth theninth theninth
ninth when had he held It tho th gamo gamowould gamowould gamewould
would have been over Johnny Johnn ICing Klinggave ICinggave ICIInSgave
gave a grand exhibition of catching and andgeneral and andgeneral andgeneral
general allaround playing playingThe plar1ngThe playingThe
The Cubs had a golden opportunity to towin towin towin
win in the tenth but Stenfeldt Ste teldt threw threwIt ihrewIt threwIt
It away With Slagle on third and andChance andChance andChance
Chance on second SchmWt had a short abortpassed shortpassed shortpassed
passed ball Jimmy came tearing for
the plate at top speed as Schmidt ran
to recover the ball while Donovan Dono n
hustled in to cover the plate
Jimmy Jimm seemed tq have the throw
beaten but as Schnjldt Schnidt drew back his hisarm hllarm hisarm
arm to make the throw Steinfeldt got i
In tho way W1 blocking the throw Slagle Slaglecrossed Singlecrossed 1
crossed the plate amid wild excitement excitementand excitementand excitementand
and the crowd crowdS thinking the game over overstarted overstarted
started to pour on the field but on
Donovans Dono ans protest pr tcst ODay QD Y promptly promp tiy call called called called ¬
ed Slagle out for St SteifeIdts afcldfs Inter ¬
ference r < < > rtnce and the heTlgers Tigers were saved savedBoth savedBoth eavOdBoth
Both Teams Game GameBoth GameBoth GameBoth
Both Both clubs showed gaD garriencss gameness c ess that thatproves thatproves thatproves
proves conclusively that thattho tho series will willbe wille willbe
be e fought tou ht to the t c bitter bltt bittre r end end d Both Bothteams Bothteamscnmefrom Bothteamzcame teams teamscame
came cnmefrom from behind lh 1ht j Tigers la the theeighth theeighth theeighth
eighth when hEn they scored s < rc1 tnre nr runs runsand rumsand runsand
and the Cubs when they tied ti d the score
in the ninth In each case overcoming a a
handicap that would have disheartened
less worthy opponents opponentsIf
If Tuesdays game can be bet taken ken as nsa nsacrIterion a acriterion acriterion
criterion of the clubs playing ability aomt
then It can be safely saf ly said that the series serieswill s serieswill rles rlesw1l1
will equal ual if not exceed the one ol 0 last lastyear IMtcar lastyear
year car that made the Sex worlds chain champions chlUt1pi chainpiOns ¬
pions pionsTha pi piOnsThe n nThe
The Score ScoreChicago ScoreChlago ScoreChicago
Chicago AB ABR R H TBO TB 0 A E
Single cf 6 0 2 2 2 0 0
BheckaruYlfy Sh Shockard ckard It 5 0 1 11 I J 2 2 0 10 0
Chance Ib 4 2 2 1 15 0 0
Stelnfeldt 3b 3b3 3 1 11 1 1 1 2 0 0
Kling c 40 4 O 2 2 8 30 3 0
Evers 2b ss 4 0 2 2 3 32 3 2
Schulte rf 5 0 1 1 1 2 0 Il 1 1
Tinker ss 3 0 0 0 3 6 0 0
Zimrman 2b 1 1 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 0
Howard 1 0 0 O 0 0 0 0
Overall p 3 0 00 0 O 02 0 2 0
uMoran Moran ff 0 J 0 0 01 O O 0 0 c
Reulbach RCUl ach p = 2 0 0 1 1Totallf 0 9 0 t II 0 0Totals 0TOtals
Totals jj 41 41 3 10 10 35 16 L LDetroit 3Detroit 2Detroit
Detroit AB R H TB TBO p O A E
Jones If 5 1 3 3 3 1 0 C
SChnefprb nchnefer 2b 6 11 1 1 I 1
I Crawioxtl i iCobb cf c 5 1 3 1 Sl S 1 0 C
Cobb rf 50 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
I Ronsmun Ib 4 0 0 0 9 3 0 C
Coughlln 3b 5 0 A 0 n 0 i iSchmidt l 0 1 1 l
Schmidt c 5 0 0OX 2 Z 12 3 1 i
OX O OLeary ary ss 4 0 0Donovan 0 0 0 3 O j
Donoyan p 5 5Totals < ° 3 1 1Totals o oTotals
Totals 44 o 3 9 o a 9 oo 36 sG 17 n nBatted 2 2Batted 2Batted
Batted Batted for Tinker Tinkerln Tink in ninth ninthBatted
Batted for Overall Oerl 11 In ninth ninthChicago ninthChICa ninthCbIbago
Chicago ChICa 0 0 00 0 1OVO 1 1OOO 000 0 0 2 200 00 0 03 3
Detroit 00000003 00000003000 000000030ODO4 000000030ODO4IhitsOff OO JO 0 03 3 3Hits
Hits IhitsOff Off tr Overall 9 In 9 Innings innln Sac sacrlftce Sacrifice ¬
rifice hits hitsoLcnt hitsOLeary OLcary Stcjnfeldt ateJn ltlt Bvers BversIf Eve EveI EversIf
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6 bv by Jteuibach ulbach 2 Passed ball baUSchmldt baUSchmldtLlme Schmidt SchmidtUmpires
Llme time of game2 hours and 3 36 minutes
Umpires UnlplresODny ODav and Sheridan SheridanJW i
There wre vr re no extrabase hits hitsNot hitsNot j jNot
Not a ahit1was hltfWau t tfwall made niadepffReulbach niadepffReulbachTink ptt ort Reulbach ReulbachTinker ReulbachTlnk
Tinker Tlnk struck st ck out o t every everi everjtlme time up upTwo uplvo uprwo
Two Chicago Cli ngo men men tried tried to t4 steal home homeHeulbach horrte horrteR borneReulbach
R Heulbach ulbacJ didnt didn tltve give a a base bas on n balls ballsSchmidt ballsSchmld ballsSchmidt
Schmidt caught only one man stealing
i Each side I5ldew1s was wasretiredSa retired in crder In four
Innings InnlnKISCrawford inningsCrawford
Crawford and Jones Jonc5dld did the best work ok
for forbetruit forbetruitICing Detroit DetroitKllng DetroitlIn
ICing lIn caught two men m n off third with With Hit
share IIh lrD throws throwsFour throwFour throwsFour
Four of Chicagos CI lcagos ten t n hits hitSGttDonovan hItstf of Donovan
wtre safe bunts buntsOverall buntsVtall buntsOrCinli
Overall Vtall pitched twentyone twenty ne balls dur ¬
ing that strenuous etren ous eighth eighthCaptain eighthCaptain JghthCaptain
Captain Chance Ch n fnnned twice and re ¬
ceived two bases on tails tailsOverall bl ballsOverall lls llsQerall
Overall dlrtnt get a strikeout until ho
fanned Donovan In the fifth fifthlUIng fifthltllng fifthICing
ICing was wasmuch much In evidence with withtwo two
timely hits and a a base on balls ballsThat ballshat bahie1That
That hat gold medal proved Tlro d a a hoodoo
for or Cobb and he didnt Idllt get tL t a hit hitTJrJCubs hitT hitTJ
TJrJCubs T TJ Cub Cubs gave a great exhibition of
bunting and their th lr tpced Is bound to
carry rry them hem through throughIt throuhIt
It vas 38 quite a teat for Reulbach to
strike out Crawford after Sam had
inadr lnt1 c
three thr o hits off Overall OveraUThoUgh OverallThough
Though neither nellh r side sx ftored > red the flint fir t
inning was as a long one Overall veraU pitched
seventeen B < < = ent u balls and Donovan
fourteenDonovan fourteenDonovan fourteen fourtccnDonovan
Donovan had hid two strikes on Chance
in the tenth and wasted asled the next next1 four
trying for a a strikeout strikeoutThe IStrlktoutThe StrikeoutThe
The Chicago men stole seven bases on
Schmidt and Donovan Donov n was forced to
the limit to sayo save a u his game gamoHad samoHad gameHad
Had Kling held first Instead of ottlJ1n tryIng
to stretch hit hlb h1 hit into a adou double le Chicago
would have scored two runs In the
fourth fourthTho fourthThe fourthThe
The Chicago Chi < 3tt pitchers pitchers used sixteen sixteenrtngs 8Ixt n
mere balls ITtn Dpnoan D movan durIng the I
IlnJe Overall 1 pitcksd ltcfitd 116 In nine In I I
rtngs r1n s HGulbfrelt R ulb A h tfrJu tfrJuwhile 4i J1i three innings lhl1U1
while Donovanused Donoan Donoraniused46 US d 416 16 i I
Very Vel few ew o or the batsmen on either dth eithc eithcside r
ride III de hit the first ball pitched ltche In two h
Inningsthe oighth and twelfth twelttbhow twelttbhowevu twelfthbowever how however ¬
ever Donovan pitched only seven eeITen balls
to retire the side sideI sideEvers
I Evers and Schaefer Scl1ae r played laed great grea bail bailat bailat bailat
at second and each ach made a a double play pla
after tter a a great catch Evers In the fourth fflQrthcaught
caught Coughllns fly and caught Craw Cr1WI ¬
ford off o second s cond Schaefer pulled down
I Chances Chance liner in the twelfth and nailed
Sheckard at flrsC first firstI flrstLoran
I l Loran ir n was in the game and still be bea3 heas lieu1s
u1s a3 not In the game 1me One ball was wascalled W3bca11ed was
called on him when w1 en Slagle stole home homeand homeand
and was declared d clar d out for Stelnfehlts
Interference Stclny had no business bUSIuC1SSn buattiossnear businessnoar
near n rth the home plate and the trick cost
Chicago the game as Schmidt would wouldnever wouldn 01i1d
never n 1wJr vr have caught Slagle SlagleSlagle SlagleSlagie
Slagle Slaglestole stole second in the tenth and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when Chance reached first on balls ball Uiepair U16pair this thispair
pair made a double steal Then lo top
it oft Slagle stole home but wa was de declared declazed e ecl ¬
clared cl ed out for Steinfcldts Interference
Four clean steals in one oneInning Inning shows Sh W3
how the Cuba Cub Tdlked around Schmidt Schmidtfind Schmidtand
find how Detroit almost lost the first firstgame firstgame
game through thro ch Weakn weakness ss behind the hat hatThe hu huThe hatThe
The game leaves no doubt as to the thegameness thegnmeneEs thegameness
gameness of the Detroit players In the theeleventh
eleventh Inning Chicago had the bases basesfull basesfull
full with only one man out but was wasunable wasunable a8 a8unable
unable to score s re the winning innln > run runDonovan runDonovan
Donovan Is Keeping inopln up up his record At
times he was 6 batted battef hard but he kept keptthe
the hits well cll distributed and was cool cooland coollnd cooland
and steady at opportune times timesMordecai t1m timesMordecat s
1 1I
I Mordecai Brown Chicagos greatest greatestpitcher greateatpltlher greatestpitriier
pitcher Is expected tb t get Into the game gametomorrow gametomlrrow gametomirrow
tomorrow iome ome time ago go he caught caughtcold caughtco1d caughtcold
cold and tht th t muscles of his throwing throwingarm
arm at stiffened finned Since that happened he
has not been pitching up to form but
he la reported to be Improved and will
be given fit trial trialCobb trla1Cobb triaLCobb
Cobb the t e heavyhitting right fielder of
the Detroit team was wa presented with a a ac2lam
diamondstudded c2lam ndstudded gold 0ldUiOdal medal before the thegame thegame thegame
game for having the best batting aver avercge nverJre averge
cge ° Jre In the American League Out of
five times at bat Cobb failed to make a a
hit hit hitI
I Chicago batters made si 811 hits In the I
last four innings while Detroit failed to I
Connect safely in those Innings InningsManager Innlng8lfahager InningsIttahager
Manager Hugh Jennings is authority
for fOlthe the statement that there are sir
Irishmen playing on thJ thl Detroit team
which he 1 says says1 means there Is no like ¬
lihood of the team tc m weakening weakeningThe weakenIngThelntcest
The Thelntcest Interest in the series Js shown by b V
the t he number of fans who have traveled I
from f rom all sections o oS the country to wlt
nesa neBIIthe n ess the games Two enthusiastic fans fan
came c ame aU the way from Cuba
HE next time Sher Sherr Sherlook her herlock
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out o t of a a prob probleniJ pro proem probkin
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one to him Who is re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for the amazing amazingstyle amazthgstyle
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Heres Your Answer AnswerSecond AnswerSecond I ISecond
Second game In Chicago today todayp Z Zp 3p
p m rn1 Washington time timeTho timeTho UmneThe
Tho players get the receipts r o1pt8 of the thetc thet thetc
tc t Ie game gameYesterdays gameYesterdas gameYesterdays
Yesterdays tic of 3 to 3 3vJI1 will be beplayed beplayCt1 beplayed
played off in Chicago tomorrow toptorrow
CHICAGO Oct Oct9Reulbach 0 DBeulbach Heulbach or Plel Plelater cl clster
I ater will pitch for the Cubs today Ptelt It IttvW ItwUl I t
trill probabl1 probablj be Pfeister Plei ter thh Kling at atbackstop athackstop a aLeckstop It t
backstop Mullln or Siever probably probablyMuIIin probablyMulUn probablMuhlin
MuIIin will handle the pill for Detroit Detroitand Detroitand Detroitand
and Schmidt will catch catchThe catchThe catchThe
The game will start at 2 p m instead insteadof Insteadat Inctemof
of 20 to prevent another game being beingcalled beingcaJled I Icalled
called on account of darkness Yester Yesterdays Yesterdays ¬
days tie will b > played off of In Chicago Chicagotomorrow Chicagotomorrow Chicagitomorrow t
tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The players pla ers originally scheduled to tocut tocut ti
cut In oh the receipts of only onl the first firstfour nrsttour firs firsfour tit t
four games will noW share In the fifth fifthJust tlfthJust fifthJust
Just before the rerles started tarted Schaefer Schaeferof
of the Tigers happened to think that thatn thatneS tha thaad
n neS < 5 provision provision hal tai been made for the thedivision thedllslon thu
division In case > f a tie and the play players players playera ¬
ers got their National Commission to toagree toagree tt ttagree
agree to their share oC the fifth fifthStenographers nUhBUSINESS fifthBUSINESS
Stenographers steno raphers Elated Over OverRetention OverRetention OveiRetentIon
Retention of Football FootballSquad FootballSquad FootballSquacb j
Squad SquadWestern Squadeatorn SquacbVestorn I I
Western eatorn and Business B slne88 will clash fo today foda foday ¬
day da at National Park in the opening openinggurae opmlnggme opsnlnsgame
game of the Interhich school series serlasThe seri seriThe j
The game will ill be calicl clI l at 359 oclock oclockThere oclockThere ocloclcThere
There W wait 8K K a tveltilalined eUt1o netl sentiment sentimentamong sQntlmenamong so tinienl
among the Business athletic advisers advisersfavoring KdI6frsfavortng advisermfavoring I
favoring the abolition of football on ac account ocGount account ¬
count ef f the th lack of material and the thelight UkUght th
light weight of the candidates ndldatElS who d5 d5notice dl dlreport d1report i
report for practice As stated 1n TJ Th ThTimes e elmes
Times Sund Sunday notice that such action
might be forthcoming was given at a ameeting am ameeting
I I meeting m etlng of faculty advisers last weak weakbut weukbut weekbut
but after carefully examining examinizi the condi condition condiUon ¬
tion 00 of those who reported for work workyostiirdjiy workyesterday orit orityesbldny
yesterday Principal Davis decided to al allow allow aIow ¬
low l ll ow his charges charg to participate ltiartJclJ > te in in Ath Athletics dtb10Is mithetics ¬
letics l this season This action is re regarded rerld regarde ¬
garded rld l as final finalBusiness finalnuslne finallhusness
Business nuslne s supporters admit that tney do docot donot donet
cot expect e ct wonders from the football footballsquad footballsqU footballsquad
sqU squad this year oar but are elated over the theretention tho thoretention theretention
j retention of football because the aban abandonment abandonment abandOument ¬
donment of this
interest would moan mecnthat m moanthat n nthat
that the stenographers would not b bpermitted be betermltted bepermitted
permitted to participate In any an branch branchof branc brancot branciof
of athletics athJtUCs this year Last year l3r the theBusiness theBusiness
Business baseball team made a ncrecUt credl credlble cred1table
able ble showing and as it was composed
I largely of men who have returned to taFchool toFchool toschool
Fchool this year ear the Orange Qran e and Blue Blu
rooters stack up this years nine nln
against competitors for the high school
i I competlt competitors rs with considerably conslde 1bly more
hope than heretofore could reasonably r sonobly
I be entertained by b the exponents of a
two years yea ea1I course courseTho courtlrho courserho
i i rho track team also made madean an unex ¬
pected showing last nst year which gives
promise promi e of striking developments in the th
spring meet next spring
In view of those facts lC even if I the
i Easiness eleven el vclI should fall far short of
I winning high school honors In the foot ¬
ball fight the retention of athletics
should be n source sourceot of gratification to
Business athlete athleteTho athlet athletesDANCES > S SDANCES
The feature at the roller skating ben ¬
efit for the Teachers Aid and Annuity
al the Convention Hall rink tonight will
be c a adance dance on skates put on by b Miss
Cora Shreve ShreveThe Shreve1ednnclng ShreveThe
The 1ednnclng dancing will iU be done d ne by a careful ¬
ly drIUc4 dr1lle < 1company company of scholars from
Mimic Shreves school 8chOoiclass chool class and music
will be furnished by Pistorios Pistorio Band
There will also be dancing on skates skutesand skatesand
and other fancy skating this afternoon
Tomorrow and Friday Frida afternoons und unddren L
ev evenings nlng3 thorn will m be midget and I
junior relay race races for public school dull hn 4
dren ren This Is expected can > cted to be the most
pretentious pr t nUous set of races on skates for
youngsters ever held in this city clt and
the teachers as well as the pupils are
deeply interested
Decision De jsion Last La t Night HasNo HasNo Has UasNo
No Bearing on Base Baseball BasebaIl Baseball ¬
ball Situation SituationAt
At a onieeUng meeting of the athletic ccftmell of
George Washington University UJtIec2lt held last
night in the medical facility rooms it
was unanimously decided to continue
football during the remainder of th the
present season
Though in several previous rev1ous years ears the
council has been b n forced to face a gloomy
outlook early in 1 the gridiron season
never before beor has it been deemed necos DeCOSsary neci
sary sary to call a meeting for he purpose purposeof purposeot
of investigating not only the consensus consensusof consensusof purposeI I
of opinion o lnion but the th opinion of each indi individual buUvidual ¬
vidual member as to the advisability ad 1sabiUty of ofcontinuing otcontinuing
continuing athletics for the abolishment abolishmentof
of football would practically preclude
the possibility of financially supporting
other athletic teams teamsNo teamsNo teamsNo
No Committee Appointed AppointedContrary AppointedContrary AppointeContrary
Contrary to the statement of o morning morningpapers morningpapers morningpapers
papers there was wa as no committee appoint appointed app91nted appointed ¬
ed to investigate the status of affairs
The matter was left to the chairman of
the council who last night opened ned the themeeting themeotlng themeeting
meeting by a a brief brle review of the situa situation sitnalion Uua ¬
lion up to the present time and Lie re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks were later supplemented by b
Coach Nellson N enson and Managers Ball B 1l and
Wilson WilsonThe WilsonThe IIOn IIOnThe
The matter was thoroughly threshed threshedout threshedout threshedout
out by the cwufcil to whom w om the entire entireaffair enUreatralr entireaffair
affair had beer ret retorted erred by the general generalcouncil genera1ouncn generalcouncil
council of the university at its meeting m meeting3aturday Ung
Saturday night and wiien the matter matterwus malttrWZW matterwai
wus finally put Ut to a vote on a motion
by b one of the taculty tacult jitembers Ute tnccouncil tueeouncllwas Utecouncil
council eouncllwas was unanimous in iu it > decision decisionto decl8J n nto
to continue the sport sportIn sportIn pOrtlu
In addition to this decision decl ton all of the th thefaculty
faculty members expressed their inten intention Int intenlion n ¬
lion of making every eflart efI rt to get out outall outall outall
all promising candidates can ldate in n their respec respective respeetire spec specUvt ¬
tire departments s and with their hearty heartysupport h hearty5upprt ty
I support SUPP rt there seems little likelihood ilk lIhood of ofa ofa ofa
a dearth of candidate at any BY future
date dateWilson dateWilson dateWilson
Wilson Appointment Ratified RatifiedAnother RatifiedAnuth6i ati ed edAnother
Another important step taken at last lastnlgntE 1a5tnlghtl lastnights
nights session was the ratification of oftb uftb ofthe
tb the appointment of E Eo C Wilson wtl on as asgraduate a asnduate asgraduate
graduate manager This action is likely
to 0 have ha ve farreacning farrel consequences in
the future as Mr tlr Wilsons appoint appointment appotntnae appointmeet ¬
meet nae t by oy the chairman of the be council counciltB8 councilwas
was the first instance Jn tance of such an It office
being created and the ratification by b
the council coun i in executive session gives giveseery
every reason to believe bel1ev tleY that in future
the office will be permanent permanentThe pennan permanentThe t
The decision of the council to carry
through this years ears football schedule schedulewhile achedulevhlle schedulewhile I
while of vital rmportn importance to th the life of
the th gridiron game does not by any I Imeans
means insure the continuation of base ¬
ball at the Buff and Blue institution I
Last nlghtS session had no bearing l lng on onthe onthe onthe
the baseball situation Should the foot I
ball season prove prov a 8 financial success it
is lIkely that action of sora H souse nature will
be taken to continue baseball interests InterestsAt
At the present time Manager Ya ger Gonzales
hands are tied and it to scarcely cely prob probable probable rob robable ¬
able that tie will hazard d making a 8 8schedule ath
schedule th duI until some action has 8S
taken to obtain an atn atnWill athletic Aeld AeldWill eid eidWill
Will Close Last Years Accounts icco AccoiintsThe nts ntsThe I IThe
The council adjourned until next Tues TuesSay Tu s I
Say tla night when action wilt be taken to topass topaSS topass
pass upon the unfinished un n1 hed business bosIftes of oflast I
last year ear the awarding of traek base baseball basebsII ¬
ball and basketball letters etc etcThe ate ateThe etcThe
The training table will be started for forthe torthe forthe
the football men some time this week weekand weekand weekand
and the SQuad will get down to lard lardwork jtardwork rei I Iwork
work which up to the present time has j
been delayed In expectation of some ac i ition
thou on the part of the athletic council councilThe DdL
The large crowd of Central rooters It j
that turned out et at Kendall Kec aJI Green yes t tl
l terday tarda to get a line on tta the squad in I
Its first game with Gallaudet were ere re rewarded rewarded
warded ward when the high school eleven L I
held the heavier h9 l college team to eleven I
points pointsCapt n
Capt Burly Hamilton
has lost none nen of o 01 i
his oldtime vim and his work at left lefttral I
halt was declde decidedly < 1ly the feature of Con
tral trals s j play > lay Henry who wno is new to the
high school team also put up a strong I
game at left end
Both touchdowns were made in the I
first half Fumbles by ODonnell and an I
Hower lost the advantage fo toi the uni j jInness
ers1ty pJbers In the second ialt alt Mc Ie I
Inness line bucklQ bucking was U directly dtrectl re E
sponslble for Gallaudets first score
while the second was made when Mosey M05e I
got away 11 way on a trick pass > ft and 1d ran rannearly rtq1 ra
nearly the whole length of til t1 field for di
goal goalThe goalThe
The lineup
tiaJaudet Positions Central entraI i i
Howir E E Henry fI
Vinson L T Morsoft
Birch L 1 G GSager Eager Coombo <
W Bell Bellcenter Canter Vain rann 1
CadwelU Cadw < R G Munn
Underfill UndcrhUlR R T TSpransoy TSpransoyWhitet Spransey SpranseyWhiten
Whiten hlten 1
Moson JR E EMcKeeve McKeever
ODonnell captQ capt Q B BKenned Kennedy tI tITorrellR
Torrell TorrellR R H HKoSChltz Koschwltz I
Kutzleb iCutzlebL L Hcapt Hamilton
Mclnnes MclnnesF clnnes P B Grlpp i j I
Touchdowns TouchdownsMclnnos Mclnnos and Mosey Mo y j I
Goal from touchdown touchdownODonnell ODonnell Ref Referee pefI Referee
eree A MacDonald of Central High
Umpire UmplreW W Cooper of Gallaudet Tim Timers TlmernMr TimernMr ¬
ers ernMr Mr Torney of Gallaudet and Mr
McKeever of ofCentral Central High Linesmen
Mr Davis Da 1s of Gallaudet and Mr Ir Dick Diclcof Dickor Dichof
of Central C Central ntral High Times or c halves halvesl0 halvesl0nnd 10 10and 0 0and
and 15 minutes
In no other disease is a thorough cleansing of the blood
more neces necesous
sary than in Contagious Blood h
Poison The least particle of this insidi
ous virus virus will multiply in in the circulation and so
thoroughly contaminate
the theblood blood that no no part of the body will be e
exempt frpm from Iom the ravages of this thi S I Ithe 3
powerful disease Usually the first symptom is s a little SCleor sc or ulcer i l
insignificant in itself but l
Soon the blood becomes om contam contaminated
so o nnted that tha t
the mouth and throat ulcerate glands g lan in i n the me groin groin swell hair and eye eyesores ¬ y 1 C Cthe
come out copper colored spots appear on the body and frquent1 uent1y r
sores and ulcers break out on the th flesh flesK flesi to humiliate the sufferer S S S J i
cures Contagious Blood Poison by purifying the circulation It attacks 3 01
the disease in the right way by going down Into the circulation neutral J
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pure fresh and healthsustaining The
improvement commences as soon 1
as the patient gets under un der the theinfiuence influence of S S S and continues until unti 1
every trace of the disease is removed from the blcod and the sufferer
completely restored to health Not one particle of the poison is left for fo
future f ture outbreaks after S S S has
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Evening EveningJoe EveningJoe
Joe Turner T rner who recently recentlystood stood oft Kid KidCwtler KidCUer KidCutler
Cutler John L 1 S StdIhraItg tlhtaiiV heavyweight heavyweightsparring heaowelgttsp1rlDg heavyweightsparring
sparring ADd d wreatH wrestling as g partner for fif fifteen fi fitun fifeen ¬
teen t een minutes will get a chance cba Ce oa Fri Fr Fray ¬
day d ay night at K Kernan Karmas raans to demonstrate
hl his real real worth as a welterweight welterw Jght wrest wre wrestet t ¬
ler l et with a roan near his own class
Turners opponent will wit b be young Mon ¬
day da who was wa prominent pcomlDe t hereabouts nere bouts two twoyears twoynra twoers
years ers ago and met all the best be t men menn
in I n the city Monday has ha becu be < JJ on the ther4ui therAj there4
r4ui a wrestling wreet1ln partner for Leo Psr P r
dHo d lIo and has been anxiens anxl ns for a match matchon mat matehon 11 11Oft
on hi hlown own hook Monday Jlfoada weighs about aboutor
IIS l or MO l pounds while Turner will weigh weighabout weighatut weighatout
about I 145 L They are to KO go twentyfive twentyfiveniUiutes tWeDtyftvemautes twentyfivenitnutea
niUiutes and an < < if Monday onday throws Turner Turnern
in I n that time iroe he will be dotes well ell for
Turner has Improved to a marked de degree degree degree ¬
gree In the past year
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counter C < tunter on the mat this season and andshould andt andshould
should t wd arouse unusual interest as 8 Tur Turner Turner Tntncr ¬
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