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10 THE WASHINGTON TDER T ES MONDAY JIOxP Y SEPTEMBER 5 i 1910 1910Washingtons 1910Washingtons
Washingtons Finish Depends Upon Eastern GamesKaufman GarnesKaufmanand and Lang Battle Tonight TonighttI
Washingtons s Hold Upon Fifth Place Depends Upon UponEastern UponEastern UponEastern
Eastern Games = Mclntosh Booms American Box Boxii BoxiagKaufman BoxingKaufman
ii ing iagKaufman Kaufman Not Considered Classy Fighter FighterBy
Xo gnme In TUnKfalngton until untilThe untiledneada untilti
ti edneada edneadaThe ednesdal ednesdalThe
The status of the Washtegtoa wasillD ball ballteam 1 baldteam n nttam
team this year ear will largely Ja depend upon uponthe openthe pea peathe
the two tw same neon in Boston ot today to and andthe aRIIthe andthe
the series serI which begins with W New York Yorkon Yorkon Yorkon
on Wednesday Wedlkada If the team can get a atake agood a agood
good Meek ta these gatre + it caa cad take takeits takeIts takeIts
its last long trip ma th tIM road with a aheart light lightheart ME MEheart
heart There te little to fear la the theWest eWest theWest
West and the worst of the troubles wldttbe wttM wtththe wttMthe
the Easterners ers will be over Washtog Washtogton Waabtngton btag btagton
ton hag played for a a percentage of ofsectional ofgainst 1116 1116Saint
Saint the We t so far ha three tat tatsectional iDterctloD1
sectional ctloD1 series and if it does BO better 1HIttecthan betterthan betterthan
than 800 foe the rBmsindar r of the season aneonthe seasonthe t8II8eRthe
the hold on fifth place should be firmly firmlycinched 1kBdYc1n > irmtYcinched
cinched c1n hd for Cleveland Is going at nesuch no nosuch JIOsuch
such rate and has BO ambition to exert exertitself exertjtself exertitself
itself unduly undulyChicago UDduIyChI undulyChIe
Chicago ChI ChIe go seems aeea s to have failed by t theWaynide th thwayeide ewa
wayeide wa de despite the addition of Harry HarryLord HarryLord HarryLord
Lord and Amby McConnellJimmy McConnell McConneUJimmy XcCoImeIIJimmy >
Jimmy McAleer and others contend contendthat coateDdthat contendthat
that the th showing p of the Athletics AtbIetIcstht to tothe Inthe
the doubleheader dou on Friday when wINDook they theyTook theytook
Took ook twtf games from Washington Wa but butwere but1ere butn
were n ere not impressive hDpre ive in their tbeIras rangettlnic rungettingvt rangettlnicagainst
vt as not true to a becauee they were wereagainst wereagainst
against good pitching pttCh Gray did pitch pitchwe pitchen pitchre1t
we re1t en and only one run should have been beenmade 1teeamade beenmade
made off him hJm while Washington gtOII gtOIIo made madeore madeone
o ore e off Morgan but the fact faetthat ret remains remainsthat nine ninethat
that in in the IM first game when sixteen Xeea men mena 1DeIIreached menreached
reached JInt first the scoring was saaaJI for f0ra fora
a championship clUb winch wlliclaagiiinst wbidi is going goingagainst gohsgagainst
against the Cubs with their tIIeIrtoneaIl aliened alienednone allegedr
r none toneaIl wall defense and wonderful knack knackof kJIackof knackof
of winning t by narrow margins margn The Theheavy TIlel1eaY3 Tireheavy
heavy hitting hltt of the Athletics ca and the thesplendid Uselen thefplendid
splendid len Ud records of Bender Coombs CoombsMorgan eobIorgan GosiebeMorgan
Morgan and Plank to the contrary nottic not notwithstanding JIOtwithstaDdiBg ¬
withstanding tic i t hatandiag the belief te growing grow ag hen henthat bentthat hersthat
that the Athletics win have the fight ArIato tightof fightof
o of their lives to take a series of seven sevengames sevengamea ea eagm9
games from the Cubs CubsGermany CuIJsrmaDy CubsC CubsGermany
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Germany rmaDy Scnaefer is too much of ofKilling a axilhng >
Killing 1 AIling worker to be roasted ec1 nnnecee unaeesearl ecesarl nnneceeThe
earlThe earl sarlTht
The > Athletics were accused of side sidestepping aidetepPiDg sidestepptng ¬
stepping Johnsons Ollw delivery an Satur Saturday Stitura Saturnay ¬
day a Can you blame them if they did didvi didhen didten
vi hen a man has the peed of Johnson Johnsonseries JoIuNOnand Johnsonand
and you OU expect to take part in a world worlebs hd hdseries
s series r es where your oar snare will be ewhere somt somtnhere som somRiere
where around 92M6 1 you would be ex excused exe excused ¬
cused e u d for ducklnc due just a little Ilttk gentle gentlereader geatlereader gentlereader
reader if you had the pennant already alreadyvon alftadyvon alreadyr
von r on and and had nothing special to gain gainby inby gainby
by having ha v1ng your block kuo knocked ked off shinThey offThey ellThey
They are unhappy in St St Loots LootsThat LaoatThat LouisThat
That Jack OX OXsuccess OCoaDor will ever mate xe a aliucess asuc
success suc ess of the St Louis Americans is isrot IsLot isrot
rot in the least likely Jack has not notlearned DOtJ notYarned
learned J aTned the art of handling handlt men nlen and his hisream histeam histeam
team would not break Its neck to win winlor winfor winfor
for him It te doubtful if it would even evenstub eventb evenstub
stub tb its toe very hard to sava Jack Jack7n JackTI JackTn
7n the hours of stress and defeat Jack Jacklias IAekbas Jackhas
bas a way of expressing himself that thattas thaiJ
tas J 1 a5 a gotten on the nerves of his hire LireIings hirelings hirelings ¬
lings He is accused of showing his hisIISt die disgust diegust ¬
gust IISt for poor playing pIa by certain ex oxIiessive exrs xtssive
Iiessive tssive gestures ID front or the play pIars playrs
rs s stand where th the fans t saw what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was going on in his mind and took the theto tJMc
c < p to roast the performers That ma materializes JD JDPTiahzes materialises ¬
terializes no medals Pennants have havetepii m mb havebeen
been b Ptl taken by teams rent with strife strifebut strifebut strifewhich
but not that kind of strife a fact factPresident which whichPresident daPrerident
President Hedges seems to tothe realise from fromtne fnataHIt
HIt number of rumors about eminent eminentathletes eMIDaItathletes eminentatfetes
athletes who are stated to get et Jacksjob Jacks JacksJob JacksJob
Job JobGngp a
Gnggs is playing again for OConnor OConnorut OCOII8OIthis
> ut this his bean is said not to be ta Ms Mswork Itsork
work workThe ork orkThe orkThe
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The reports that dimensions dbIH and allllQUr allllQUrrr ouar ouardong quarr
rr r r 1 S ba have e bad much to Ao with die ur urd u udoing
d dong ng of Detroit this year are accepted acceptedby accepWdby acceptedby
by the ball players despite the dental denininhT clenlaJ4D dentalny
D hT ny Hughey Iughe Jennings and others In au aut aut aut
t ority trit in the Tiger ranks The stories storiestnat stor1Mthat storiesthat
that the first four men in the Detroit Detroithailing Detroithatting Detroitbatting
hailing order are not on speaking ktg terms termsveil terms1ii1I termsrill
1ii1I veil rill not down Such a state of affairs affairsliar affairsIs
15 bound to bring trouble un unless a team teamJ1ar teamhay
liar such a good chance for the dam championship cbILMlIionship damyionship ¬
pionship that it can afford to bury its its1r itsrdiidual itsrdlvidual
1r dividual differences in order to get the themonev themoney themoney
money and glory The sudden recovery recoveryof reeollle reeollleof recoveryof
of the t i e Tigers Ti < ers in Philadelphia when they theystood theystood theystood
stood shoulder 8houl r to shoulder against anapestcommon the thecommon themrnQn
common mrnQn enemy In a town that had a agrudge IITUdgf amidge
grudge against 1UIt them gave some idea of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the difference betwixt tweedle dma and andtReedle aHteedle andtweedle
tReedle dee in the harmony business
Hope Ho those Athletic pitchers do notwork not DOtork i ivork
work ork themselves the ves out before the end of oft ofUe
t Ue e season seaaoaWhat seasonWhat j jWhat t
What does Kid EJberfrtd talk about abouton OUton abouton
on the ball field About A bout as long as asfrom asfrom asfrom
from his first appearance ta the eInti ground j jxintil iitltil
xintil he takes the car for home Cor Correct Correct Correct ¬
rect But what is the subject of the theconversations UteonyerMtiODB theconversattons
conversations he carries on Ab there thereyea thereCU
yea CU are asking ki something He chatters chattersfrom chattersfiom chattersfrom
from the minute be appears until he is isIn iin isin
In street clothes again when he drops dropsto drop6to dropsto
to a whisper and says JtOth nothing at all allunless alltJnless altunless
unless he likes you or has matter ofi of oftast oftoast
toast i ast import to impart He talks on the thebench tberent11 theench
bench ench he talks to the catcher and the thepitcher thetcher thei theipitcher
pitcher tcher when he goes to bat t h be has hu1ew a afew a aSeer
few words with the ump at the plate plateas plateas plateas
as he passes pa sees to and fro fm be converses conversesvith Ci8Dversesvith t ti
vith i t h the basemen ba men and the field ump umpvhen umphen umpwhen
when hen he is on the lines be Jaws thecha the theCharlies I Ihs
Charlies < hs of the other team tea and paaaes paaaesthe ptmesthe
the 1 h time of day da wtth the coaches eoe for forhis forh forhis
his h is own team he keeps up an Incas incessant ¬ i isat isar
sar sat + t line l M of advice and encouragement encouragementthe nt ntth
> the th pitchers he expresses exp his viewsof views viewsrf viewsr
rf r the other pitcher and that unfortutates unfortu unfortunates uatortuTates ¬
Tates fellows he has a comment for forthe torthe fort
t the e bat boy sasees 5 the visiting manager managerard managerand
3 and rd communes aloud with himself hfm elf when whenrotxjdv whenr whenr
rotxjdv r 0 Md v y else dee e Is around Where Is the thesource thefnurc thesource
source of this linguistic Niagara Xo Xoan o oa i ian
an a n knoweth The words are seldom seldomer j jvery j jr
very er r loud but they are very effective effeteTa effectiveThe dredJve I
The pitchers pttel say they can hear hearfelt Elber Elber1E111 Eger Egerfelt
felt felt talk to them m In that peculiarly m mrsive ID IDrisit lnrisive
rsive voice of his if there are 3BW 3BWfans 3 Efsi Efsifans j jas
fans as yelling e1Unc their beads otfand off and he herpver herer heToyer
rpver gives up the snip If be thinks thinksTh tlUDbthE thinksthe
Th thE twIrler is rattled or weakening w the theamount theamount
amount of reassurance r he can get from fromElberfeld lroaElberf fromElberfeld I
Elberfeld Elberf ld m in his Jerky pointed sentences sentencesis
is enough to make a wooden Indian IndianThrow IDdtaar
Throw r1 r rra W hte arm off in an effort ort to deaver de deliver de deiinr ¬
liver the goods goodsVhat IJOOdIsWhat goodsWhat
What a grand Democrat he would wouldmake 1NuIdmake wouldmake
makeTt make makeTt + p I IIt
Tt Is 1 sincerely to be hoped that noth aethin nothing ¬ I Iins
ins in will iIl so o wrong WIOII wrongel with el the meetinar meetinarbVtween lial < 1 1bHweeft I
bVtween between Bill hang of f fAl Australia and andA I
A Ai Kaufman in Philadelphia tonight tonightA tonJglatA I
A fiasco would about Mut put the finish finishing Ilnishing ¬ I Iing
ing touches tou < he on the boxing game in inThe t inFast t ttrf I
The Fast FA A thoroughly thorou < bly competent competentreferee com competentreeree
referee frpee ha has = been 1 en chosen < hos n in Billy IJetentI KJ KJcav R Rca Ra Raca >
cav ca who he > hay ha not only the merit of ofrf ofrJn ofF
rJn rf F < n nq honest hnf t but of being an ex oxarr3teur exTviteur ex411t
411t arr3teur = Tviteur ur r lampion and a professional professionalritic profea loaaJ loaaJritc
ritic of f boxing for many years The Therratrh Therh Then
rratrh n strh rh iy t < sf > f great Importance for both bothTfn odaD
D Tfn s as the winner will clean Iean up big btjcroney bl blJney bigsnney
roney lit England Ent tan and Australia The Theirlpction ThePt TheriPCtion
irlpction riPCtion Pt IOrl of f Hugh McIntosh the theA theA
A 1 traliari traU promoter ITomot r into the Ameri American Amertsn Amerirtn ¬
can sn boxing game gllrn has so far distinctiy distinctiyorked di ditinct URctl URctlorked + y yaorked
aorked orked for Rood ood McIntosh is a man manof malcf manof
of means and large laTg affairs aside fromis from fromhis fromhs
his is ventures vert rts in pugilism He caters catersto caterstl catersto
to the public with his tearing toI bu bujeeus DUea bureaus
jeeus ea us and other enterprises that are aretie arethe arethe
the backbone of his career ca r and any anyf
I Club StandingsAMERICAN Standings StandingsAMERICAN StandingsAMERICAN
Yesterdays Results ResultsChicago BesaltiChicago ReAlbCldcbe
Chicago at Detroit DetroitPostlOlte DetroitPostlOlteCJeveIaM DetroitPostponedCleveland Postponed PostponedCleveland
Cleveland at SC St Loute L4MdPeetpoe L4MdPeetpoeToc1a LoelsPostponedTodays Postponed PostponedTodays
Toc1a Todays s Games GamesCTwe G GamesTwo mes mesTwo
Two games scheduled scheduledWashington JlCb scheduledWashington 1IIei 1IIeiWa8IdDgtea
Washington at Boston BostonSt MLSt BostonSt
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PMfeOatpMa Pklrlhl at New ew York YorkCleveland YorkCleNardat
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Todays Games GamesTwo GamesCTwe GamesTwo
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New York at Brooklyn BrooklynChicago kI7JLC BrooklynChkage
Chicago C at tt CbdtaslhBoston Cincinnati CincinnatiStanding tt ttBo
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Brooklyn BrooklynBoston BroeItJ BroeItJotoa 7s 7sBoston
Boston 44 44black 8 fl 2 2black 3 3black
black eye he administers Jdaters to his repu repuact r rtatioR repatatlon
tatioR for absolute oIM t7 would re reaet re react
act with special violence against his htetouring h htouriag histouring
touring busiaese for the public would w1dnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be inclined te entrust t its money moneyto JDOIHtyte moneyto
to and seek advice from a man who whoiv wllovaa whoRan
Ran iv a in 11 the slightest way suspected paq of ofcrookedness ofcrookeclae ofcrookedness
crookedness a There has DOt been a ahe abrertb abreath
breath against Xclato to date date aDd aDdbe andhe
he strengthened stre enecl his position po UI when be bepositively bepo bepositively
positively po refused to stand for what wnatwas WlUltaU whatwas
was alleged aU g4MI to have been n an effort effortto effortto effortto
to fix it for Lanz La to fake with Stanley StanleyKetchcl StanleyKetchel
Ketchcl in New York The people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho I
who were kung when Sam Lanarford Langfordthrew Lanarfordthrew LaagfonlthreW
threw dowu < the match with Kaufman Kaufmanare Kaufmanace Kaufmanare
are taking a change e e on the LangKauf IsarKaufqas LangKauftaiion LaapKauIleiLBliu
IleiLBliu qas go largely OR Mclnteah Jlcl hl rep reps repstation f
taiion t and be would 01IW be nothi 1tOtUbIt notbtis g l Tea Teathan sR sRtiaai
than a arool fool to risk that states JI by letJ letJiladelphia Jet letthug i
tagL thug ag 0 otherwise tIaaa ht t JI JIbeat bial
beat is 1 PhlJclelP Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIts iladelphia iladelphiaIts
Its about tin time e to put up the bars bars5atotst I IHarry Iagainst
against Harry Lewisp LewisWhether Lewis I Iionte
p t I
Whether IedJer or not Kanfnaa beats eaqtbc Lang
ionte tonight rt rtor the talk c k matching lit nowl 1I Wlor
lor l or In the near r future WIth Johnson does doesnet doesset i iI
I net make much of a hit hit except with withthose withthorn th thI
those thorn who are IIr sensationalizing the sport sportKawfman BpOrthas sportKaufman
I Kawfman has never er struck the critics criticsta a1 a1In pitiesht
ta this country as having the basic baitability basicability
ability for Wore than a career as a asecond arater I
IIOOd I second rater While W lte he went against againstgood a ai
i good men when comparatively young youngand FO I
I and inexperienced 1Dexpe and hte defeats were wereby w wereby
by no means surprising surpri he has not notdemonstrated notdemonstrated 1
I demonstrated tecl that he had a champion championthip championship
ship punch or had the defensive tve stamina staminaor
1 or cleverness erDfIII to cope with a heavy
weight like e Johnson KaufmaR ufman may maythe y ytile be bei
the next champion champ but tn the public willi win wiUIhardly winhardly
i i hardly take tak him more seriously er1ea than thanit thDit thanit
it did Marvin Hart and Tommy Bums Burnswhen Bumswhen B1InI1riIeD
when they temporarily bad claims onthe on oai onlbe
1 i the title through puree of ofaDd circumstances circumstancesand
and not through their work in the thei tbeareD thearena
arena areDThe
i The New ew York sports were wereed disappoint disappointled cIINppoIateel
led eel because beca Lewis cia di 1 not fight Afbtwith betterwith better betterIwtth
with Mansfield fteld The ought to have haveikncwr JlaveJmeWTo havef
ikncwr f JmeWTo better than u have bav pinned any BYfaltb anyfaith anyi
i faith to Lewis who has been toand toandcutter inandcoding I Icut
cutter cut and queering himself and the the8pOIt thesport
sport for tM pest pa hve years ears
If Lang IAn beats Kaufman Kautman tonight he hewill bewill j jwiU
will ben became me a good ood drawing cIra card enl butthat but butthat I It
that t at will prove little tt H He was beaten by byTommy byTommy I
Tommy Burns when Burns was out of ofcondition i
condition and plainly fought foughtwraps under underwraps
wraps His defeat of Bob Bobamounted KUxsimmoas KUxsimmoasamounted F1U8IDUDOII8amouateod I
amounted to nothing n at t all He must mustmeet 1IfIt I IJDet I Imeet
meet Sam Langford Burns again aID Joe JoeJeannette JoeJea1U1ettt JoeJeanette
Jeannette and ethers cthe s before he will willprove wUIprove i iprove
prove himself a ktti legitimate mate contender contenderfor contenderfor contenderfor
for any kind of belt except that of ofchampion ofchampion of ofchampion
champion of Australia or England He Heis Heis Heis
is probably the class to clean up Ian laaHague i i
Hague Petty Officer Curran and theother the tbeother
other English k beavles who are no now r toss tossing OII OIIing I Inot I
ing the title around among themselves themselvesat I Iat
at II rate most su surprisin but that will wiUnot willnot
not demonstrate much when the poor poorquality poorquality
quality of the be JH mg Britishers is remem remembered reutelBbred remembered ¬ I
bered beredthat If Bcmbauier IkJJt ier Wells proves allhim all allthat allthat
that t the between E Eagttshn mbauieerrWells him ent fondly Iy ngpro pro promatch hope a amatch
match mat ck 1Jo between him and Lang should be bea bea bea I
a great At success across the water waterthey and andthey andthey
they will most likely get together t nomatter no nomatter DOmatter
matter what Lames Lang s fate against a Kauf Kaufman Kaufman ¬
XEW I x YORK Sept 2Whatever i Vhatever tn tnoutcome the tlI8MItCfJID theoutcome
outcome of tooigbfs to fight t in Piriladei Piriladeipoia PhUadelplaia Philadelphia
poia the winner will be matched with withtb withUte withthe
tb Ute victor in tomorrow nights bout in inBoston IIIBoMIML haBeaten
Boston At the Hub Joe Jeannettes Jeannettesmanager Jeaanettessaid Jeaamettesmanager
manager said this morning that Ms man manwill JDRwill manwill
will knock the block off Sam Samlord Lane Langmd
ford and tU will set JI t the cnanc eha chance ButLangford But ButLangford ButIABgford
Langford is conndeat of success Helass He Hebns He11M
lass a real crude against Jeannette Jeanaettewnlcii
which roes back to the time when whenneitber whenneither I IJteit
neither Jteit r fl Arht fighter iter WAS well known and he hethreatens bethrflateas hethreatens
threatens to cave In the slats of Ute tbedusky Utedusky thedusky
dusky Jeannette As the Armory Club dubis Clubis Clubis
is a substantial b ta1ltlal one it is certain therewill there therewill therewiU
will be no Interference lut4lfM The chance tosee to tosee toI
see a twelveround twelverou go Is welcome to toNew toI toNew
New Yorkers York many of whom win Jour Journev jourf jourrc
f nev to the City of Culture and Beans tosee to tosee tothe
see the scrap Jeannette J t will enter the therim theI thering
rim ring at 09 pound POUDdlt while Langford Iaa onI will willscale winsoak
scale ea about MR 1 Ja I lee e is a yw younger youngerand youngerand
I and three inches in h8 taller than Sam Sa Sahad Sam hashad has hasbad
had plenty of experience ex and likes the theroute the1Oute theroute I
route routeTO 1OuteTO
NEU BTV YORK Sept 5nM 5nM1JOOI 5Theaepomsbtp The Theronit
cb aepomsbtp a aromt pool teh bet beter j jTOmt J
ronit Keocti K of Rochester Roc ter an and andHueston f fHacston f fHueaton
Hacston of St Louis will bet becnorrow beda bedat 111 111pnonow
norrow > aight t at Dories D Bro BroAcade BroaR BroaRAca4e B BAcadeay
Acade Acadeay ay r
I Starts Wrestl Wrestling ng Season Tonight I
e Iiq IiqGUS
Baltimore Grappler Who V1oTackles Tackles Yankee Rogers ocers in Baltnaoi BaltiCAUGHT BeltimozCAUGHT BaltnaoiCAUGHT
A triple phyheteed prey helped Ute Reds to beat the tbePlratea theltn thePirates
Pirates on Friday It hs happened peasd lie in the thesixth lbeJIIxtr theMath
sixth tenter whta wi l with Flynn on sec second RCODd sacond ¬ I
ond and WIlMa on first GftNIoa G4b on filed to toHobUtset UH toIfobltoel I
HobUtset H HobUUel threw to Egan JBcanwho zaawho Eganwho I
who was covering first retiring iet W WaJId Wilson Wilsonand lino linoand
and Kgan Eg a relayed to McMillan at sec sacend second 8eC 8eCGIld ¬
GIld ret retTbe retil1lar Plyaa PlyaaII FtynaThe
TIM race between the Phillies Pial and the theBeds tbeB tneReds
Reds B for fourth place te now the most mostinteresting ttaterHtia arodinteresting
interesting < feature of the National NatimedLeague NationalLeague aal aalLc
League Lc rPresident r c cPresident
President p Somers of the Clevelandclub Cleveland Clevelandclub CleeIanclub
club has atout twenty yoanesterc ta taline IDJiJUO inline
line and JIII intends tat ends to form raeOcally an anentirely anftlt anentirely
entirely ftlt ly new team for next season seasonGirard seasonGirard
4 4Girard
Girard a former college e pitcher picked pickedp pickedup pickedup
up p the middle of the season by CurtW Curt CurtWeDDd
WeDDd W Feigand of York Pa Pa has been draftedby drafted draftedby draftedby
by the th a Phillies tltrwa Girard dmade made good with witha withiaa
a veoseaaee ta the TriStat State and sady will willb wtllI
I b given lven eII a thorough tryo tryout t by Manager ManagerOoota ManagerDoeie
Ooota Rip Cannell Can 1I leading e 1Jtg batsman b taman oflb of ofthe I ITr1State
the lb TriState League Lea has also been beeaJMdIIi an annexed annexed ¬
nexed to the Philr Philrsquad PhllHes PblI squad uad Cannell CannellII te tea Isa
a seasoned ball player and one of the thehardest tileJaa thehardest
hardest hitters is the minors today todayThough todayI todayThough
Though the season seuoahat J bap e closed for the theSouth tileSotidI theSouth
South Atlantic League L L gne with Columbus Columbustwelve Col1lJDbaateIv Columbustwelve
twelve rejoin ahead of Mftcon 4acon there Is teood IsproIaabillty Isgood
good ood probability that the pennant t wfll wfllbe wtlla 1 1be
be awarded a to Macon Kntmsh gaueshave gaues gaueshave paesbaVe
have been protested prote tecl by the Macon club clubon d1lbOR clubon
on what are thought to be perfectly good goodgrounds soo4oun4 goodgrounds
grounds to put it at the bead of the therace Uteraee therace
race A telegram t m from President Joy Joyner Joyner r rDel
ner states that a meeting of the directors direc directors 4Ireeton ¬
tors will be held and it Is believed that thattne thatthe thatthe
the matter will be decided before anoth 1UIOtIIec anothut
ec week WIeCkSeYaI weekSeveral
Several mar ar art III the geld to iIGI iIGIclIaM pnrchase
chase the L1wt wr = e CIIIt faachis OIC
the X New < w England League as it is i now nowregarded nownopnled nowregarded
regarded as a foregone for conclusion that thatthe thatI thatthe
the present owners will m vote ote to sell selitheir at atI attheir
their tbd annual meeting in October It is isgenerally isI ispeaally
generally y believed that Mal Eason Easonwho EuonI Easonwhe
who 110 is now a major league umpire but butformerly butformerly butformerly
formerly manege twos tnt dub for It lea pres present PI PIlt pre preant ¬
ant owner wiB acquire control of the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property The franchise cost Lawrence LawrenceSU8s Lawre LawreaaM LaWTOnce21e
SU8s 21e In ntt when purchased from fromManchester fromM fromManctimer
Manchester M er but is heM at a somewhat somewhathigher omewllatr somewhathigher
higher r figure e today notwithstanding the thedub thedult thedub
dub is heavily in debt tIebLWithin debtWithin i iWithin
Within the next few fe fewin week weee definite donutsteps i isteps
steps win be taken by fans of 0Ilp rPlae Ptae BlunT 1111IArk BlunTArk BluffArk
Ark to perfect the movement J on foot footto footto footto
to assure a Pine Bluff of league ball ballICe8OD next nexttteason slogseason
season and incidentally IDd aid id ta the or organisation or orpnbaotton otganisrtton ¬
ganisation of a State league that is now nowmell 1tOWell nowwell
well ell under way The cities proposed propoeedtM ta tathe knthe
the league are Littte Rock SbreveportI Sbreveport 8ba 8baI
I La I < which tdeh te ssid to be due to lose 10MflMaehleoe its itsfroachtae hafranchise
franchise ta the Texas TesuJraaa League Tenr Tenrkana Texarkana
kana Hot H t gprmas Pte PIlle Bluff < Melona Melonaeditor JieJ8 h h7onnbaro
7onnbaro J8 ul r u and New south Mspbe MspbeTesmmea Ia IaTMUlee
TMUlee T G Seah SeahedImr ScabborOngii sporting sportingeditor
editor of the Memphis uommeraai Commercial Ap Appeal Ap AppeAl Appeal ¬
peal te mentioned ntJoDed for f the presidency presidencyof eljDt eljDtor
of the proposed league leaguePresident 1 1PreRdftat leagueC leaguePresident
President Ebbetts of the Brooklyn Brooklynteam BrookJpteam Brooklynteam
team did some fancy bunting te pour practice pourdce ¬
tin before oto a arecftlt recent ga game > e at Ctoeic Ctoeicnati Ciacleiaati
Dad The Brooklyn Brook chief may not nothave nothave t
have all the th speed of Buck Wheatbut Wheat Wheati eat eatbut
but h be Is there with i the t e science and andali aadh andhe
h he < cay = lay the ali down or lace it out outwith outwith
with equal fa facility Ulty He tried to toI ret getPresident retI
I resident id n t Herrt Herrmann to practice with withhim withhim
him him but the th Red chief averred that thatI thathe
I he would rather keep his weight than thanlose thanlose
lose oee It It tco cost nJne me quite a bunch bunchof bUlle bUlleof bunchof
of money JftoJW to add these last twenty twentypo twent twentypounds
po P n4 to my 7 fi figure nre said Garr Garrlm Gro >
r lm 1 m not B going OIaIr out and work it off ofthe offfor otC1tr
for nothing Its It much too valuable
Calendar a > rLa r of Sports for the Week WeekAasHal Weeki i
Annual A1m al regatta of Middle M adle States Regatta Atsociatioa Auecia at Pttiad Pldladetp t1eIp pfaia pfaiaAnanal ia11AW ia iaAnimal
Animal 11AW regatta of New England Amateur Rawing R AxMticias zt B Best8iL Best8iLOpeII st a aOpeaia
Opeaia 0 ef annual tournament of DeoUaaat Pal Pole club at Doibaa Dei am Xa XaOpemAg MassOpening Mass MassOpeaiag
Opening 92 ei annual tournament ef f Texas Bowling Assocuttioa at Dallas BdiasTeamile DaHuTeamiIe DallasTeahide
Teamile national r a thnal swimming championship ckam ip g in the Mississippi at St St Lewis LoeieN rukNew LewisNew
N New w Hampshire Ham Shire amateur golf cbarapioasnip tonraaiaeat tomame terraaate > tt t opens at Maacbas Maacbaster itiaachester 6S 6Ster
ter terCaaadiau terCasa terCanadian
Caaadiau Casa au championship soccer toHraaaeat t9 t epees ia T TNHt TNHtAI Tfirail TfirailAl raai raaiAl
Al Kaafman Ka1 man vs Bill Lang six rounds r uads at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJimmy Pail laoieIp d ipina ipinaJiaiaiy a aJimmy
Jimmy Clabby vs Guy Buckles tweaty rounds ra at Sheridan Wye WyeOpeaiag WyeOpemag WyeOpening
Opening ef Pacific States tennis championship t tournament ra aat at Des DeItlcmte DeItlcmteCaL M Monte MonteCal ate ateCaL
CalOpening CaL CaLOpeaiag CaLOpel
Opening ef Grand Gran Circuit race meeting < at Charter C Oak Ps P pu ri r SartferdAuteraebile Hartf9rdut9m Hartford HartfordAutomobile
Automobile ut9m b e track meets at Cheyenne Wy Wye Las Angeles CaL and 00 Wild Wildweod Wildw80d Wildwood
wood N J JOpeaiag JOpeniAg J0Pig
Opeaiag of State Fair race meetings ia Detroit DeU9it Columbus 5 Lincoln and andHamliae andHamline andHassline
Hamliae Hamline ilinn
Annual meet of Manitoba Field Trial Club begins a agar ar ArasusS Ata ilaaiteba iznitobaOpening ilaaitebaOpeoiBg taba tabaOpeR
Opening OpeR of openair op 1air horse snow show at Rutland VtJeralae Vt VtJerwae Vt VtJereme
Jerwae Kugh Ke Xtieu ug and Thomas Hnestea begin match 1INtd ia Mew Yerk fer pool pooldiampionship po9lc poolchampionship
championship diampionshipKentnclcyOhio c championshipKeat ampionshipKent1lC1yOhio
KentnclcyOhio Keat 7Ohio championship tennis tevraaaeat toaraa t apia p Ba ia L Leine LeineLight LeuisviHe LeuisviHeLight
Light Lig t harness meetings begin at Hamburg K f Y Orasgarg rg N Y Rut Rutlaad Rut1aB4 Rutland
land Vt Bethlehem Pa Pa TimooMua Timoo tua Hi + Id Radfflerd 1Q41 gad nrd n1 Va Liberty Libertyville LibertyvillenL Libeityville
ville villenL HL HLlateiteliagiate Ill
lateiteliagiate Iat U6 ate tennis championship tevrassMat begins ia PbSadslpliSa PbSadslpliSaOpeaiag PWiac1e1piiiaOpeRiBg Pi IIadet yia yia0Pig
Opeaiag of annual hors9 horse show s ow at Locust Valley R R L LStart LStart I IStart
Start ef f 8oomile reliability tour under tagsl a aupices 8pkee eels ef AateB Aateme1Jiiecb Asteweb b3eCriib 1Cfeb of ofB ofBdaJg ofHoule
B BdaJg BdaJgRay HouleRay Saie SaieRay
Ray Bronson vs vs Jack Dillon tea rounds atmdo at atRic Rfchsaoad ladTHURSDAY lad ladTHUBSDAY IR4LTHURSDAY
Bembardisr Bm ardifr Wells vs Jewey Smith Smithtweaty tweaty reuaii ro inde at atLg Loa XoMton + IeaE nJEpgland nJEpglandFIUDAY England EnglandFRIDAY gland glandPItIDAY
FRIDAY FIUDAYOpeaiRg PItIDAYOpening r rOpaaiag I
Opening of twoday automobile track meet at Pr P Prerid vi3ea ieqYR lL 1it 1itSATURDAY i iSATURDAY L LSATURDAY
peeing pei ef autumn meeting of the Montreal Jeckey J kay Ctttb CtttbSeaior ChIQse clubSenior
Senior metropolitan athletic championships c u ipc at Travess Island K W Y YAaaval Y YABa1l yAnnual
Annual charapipnships c chainPIP amp Pnsh ns1iPS ps of New England AaHdatieR Ase ciatiea A A A U at Norwood Norwood3aas NorwGOd1Ia NorwoodMass
Mass 3aasAthletic 1Ia 1IaAt1 MassAthletic
Athletic At1 etic championship meet of Canadian Ca National Esfciiitiea E at TorontoPal TorontoPal Toronto TorontoPal
Pal Moore vs Tommy Murphy sis rounds at PililsaeJpbia PililsaeJpbiaRaede PIWa Pfn etphia etphiaRhode p1ia p1iaR
Rhode Island State tennis c c ampioacMp tournament at Providence ProvidenceMonet ProMoIicelI ProvideiieeMount
lI Monet CMmt Baldy automobile road race raceat at Lea Angeles Cal CalAutemobfle CaL CaLAutomobile CalAutomobile
Automobile track races at the tbe t e Minaeseta M ta State Fair at HaJaiiiae Dunn MInnCatskill DunnCatskill 9nn 9nnCatskSl
Catskill reliability contest and hill h l climb starts from f m New New Yoik York city
Baltimore Man Is Ready for forBout forBout forBout
Bout With Yankee YankeeRogers YankeeRogers YankeeRogers
Rogers RogersBALTLMOK RogersBAL111 RogersBALnMOfL
BALTLMOK BALnMOfL OQ Sept Septberry 1Brww1I as a aberry aberry
berry fit as a a Addle Yankee Yaakeethe Rogersthe Rogers Rogersthe
the giant nt wrestler from Buffalo arrived arrivedin
in Baltimore this morning ID ready to toirrappie tograpple
grapple with Americus A Gus Schoen Schoenleln SehoeBleln ScihoesInn
leln light ht heavyweight heaVW champion cnamnto ebIn of ofth ofth o1tha
tha th worU The match which te at atcatchascatchcan atcatcheatdJcan atcatchaseatchcan
catchascatchcan siyle S will be put on onthe onthe
the boards of the Albaughs Theater ty tyJoe tyJoe tyJoe
Joe Barrett promoter of the Armory ArmoryClub ArmoryC1ub ArmoryClub I
Club Two out of three fans f will return returnthe returntb returnthe
the tb winner winnerThis Jrlnaernfa nner nnerTide
This will be Amerlcus first appear appearance appearIlDC appearante ¬
ante IlDC against a a Mf b > 6 man sine since IsM bout boutwith boutwith boutwith
with Yousstf Mahmout the bulky Bul Bulgarian Bulprian Bulgarian ¬
garian in which the Baltimore man manwas manWas manwas
was injured which for a tune t U threatened threatenedhis eatenI eatenIhis
his permanent retirement But Gus Gusbays GalWIJ Gusbays
bays he has come back backRogers IIackRoc backRogers
Rogers Roc n te regarded r + garded as the most form formidable tormIdable formMable ¬
idable opponent who baa everAmericus ever nerAmerlcu met metAmericus
Americus in a local contest and wIlls wttfchte wttkhis wIllshis
his thirty pounds of weight and h Wsbt WsbtIn sight sightin
in his favor It looks as if On au wW wIDhis have havehis havehis
his hands full fullIn tuDIn fullIn
In addition a to having down downed some of ofthe olthe ofthe
the best men among them sbad Link Linkthe LIaIEth Linkthe
the th local heavyweight hv wri t once in Montreal Mon Montreal X Xtrea ¬
treal trea I and once in Toronto Rogers Rocena wo woa won wona
a handicap match over Frank Goteh Gotchthe Gotehthr Gotdathf
the worlds orld champion by Gotch fatting fattingto f fto
to throw him In t tie e time limit of one onehour ODehour onehour
hour Rogers Ro era also duplicated ibis tJdIwith fat fatwtth featwith
with Mahm Mahmout ont the e T Tin Turkish t1IrId8hIt TurkishAmericas wrestler wrestlerIt
It is Jmembend remembered rememberedthe that A Americas haled haledin t tiD
in both of his matches with the same samemen emen samemen
men te th the same limit limitAmericus limitAIIMI1cu5 limitAmericus
Americus last night bt < said he hethat realises realisesthat reallathat
that be is going against the t e beat Milthe man sasshe manbe
he has ever met t t this tit city and andthe also ateothe alsothe
the biggest Steee he threw the Cuban hbanWonder CubanWonder CDIMuIW
W Wonder LlaJIt last fall he has t taken on at atleast ataneen atn
least fifteen aneen n more pounds and he de declares tie tiedara dedares ¬
dares he has no fear of the outcome outcomeand oeuomeand outcomeand
and te in condition to wrestle the thematch theJDatCh thematch
match of his life lifeAfter liteAfter lifeAfter
After a lengthy argument t test night nightbetween nl5htbetweea nightbetween
between Manager Davis for Rovers Roversand Ropersand
and Jake Jung for America and Joe JoeBarrett HeBarrett doeBarrett
Barrett repreeen ig the Hub ri I Iwveral wbeaseveral when whenseveral
several wellknown experts ex lrta ta wrestling wrestlingwere dIngwere wrdiWngwere
were named to referee the contest COIIt to tonight to ton tonight ¬
n night t Manager aDqer Barrett was selected aele tyact to toact tcaet
act in that capacity Barrett te not notJnrerested INItferntfd nethtersted
Jnrerested ferntfd in either contestant oat tMItlooks bat batlooks butlooks
looks solely after the concerns COD of the theclub tMU tMNGER theclub
club clubRailroad clubDANGER U =
Railroad Crossings Have HaveInadequate HaveInadequate HaveInadequate
Inadequate Signads S is to toWarn toVam toWarn
Warn Motorists MotoristsBy
I There s strong 8hatlDa as asolitb olitb n for a b batterOf
of rndforM stemds gs ls lsm Imftratmr ImftratmrcMent
t m raad ce era osebsga I 87 87I day brings bringsthe
I tile story 0 the fatal pa4Ie gradeQOmng lie lied ao aoddeist
eat ta one State or another and it itgenerally itgenerally
I generally happing ha that the irietinmi are arenmtoitetn areI arestorhs
nmtoitetn storhsThere nmtoitetnTbere
There are a pointed ted out by byauthority anauthority aD aDi
i authority scores of railroad missing oemingsebcnned u missingobscured r p pa
obscured a by trees snobs or hOle bB and andwnAch DIIare
which are ef such a nature rTixt t tot = t H isnecessary is teneceosary isto
necessary to bring the car practically paetieel1yto Jy Jyto
to a dead stop before the raUroai raUroaitracks raUroaiitractaJ
tracks can be seen at either side of 1M 1Mroa4 theroad tn tnroad
road On the Munsey Historic Tour a anumber aaber
number of railroads w wi ap crossed in tawhich inwhkh
which a full view of the track on both bothsides bothsides
sides was not obtained until the car was waswithin wuwithin waswithin
within ten feet of the tracks Such con conditions coadttk coodltlons ¬
ditions dttk M are extremely dangerous and andshould aIICIIIboakI andshould
should be safeguarded safeguardedIt t1t nHd nHdIt
It te urged Dr that special lal signals ala for forrauroad forralboad forrailroad
railroad crossings for the use of motor motorists motorists ¬
ists are imperative What te needed JIIMdeda te Isa
a red danger sI pal 1 100 yards from the thecrossing Iec thecrc
c crc crossing ng and this sign should be as ascfoee ashose
cfoee as possible tto the aide of the road roadbed roadbed ¬
bed Signals of this character would W UkItile bethe be bei
i the means of saving many Mves and it itte itis
te to be hoped early action will be taken takenI takenby
I by the railroads railroadsEmerson ea
0 0Emerson
Emerson A Orme have been advisedthat advised advisedthat advlRdtllat
that the Regal Ptugger which partici participated i ipated ¬
pated ta the Xnnsey ey Historic Te Tcca Tccato r te tesoon
soon to make another tour This tine tinethe timethe
the car will travel tra through th the south southeast SGutItt aoutbeaat ¬
east and will make a iti8emBe S WmB mUe trip tripThe tripThe
The tour te to be taken largely la 1y In theinterest the theinterest
interest of good roads and the route routelaid routelaid
laid out extends through tb h the States of ofVirginia ofVlrztai ofVirginia
Virginia North orth and South Carolina CarolinaGeorgia CarvIiDaFloridt CarolinaGeotsk
Georgia Floridr > Alabama Alaba western westernTennessee wnteraTennessee
Tennessee Te M Mississippi tppl sippi Arkansas Artta and andLoatetena andLouisiana
Louisiana This car has been driven drivenmany drivenmarry
many thousands ands of miles this year and andhas andhas
has wen earned the title of Mugger MuggerFbe PI 1luggerC 1luggerFbe
ITIIe Fbe fine showing of the th WarrenDetroit WarrenDetrott WarrenDe WarrtIDDetroIt ¬
troit In the past past two week bas been beespleasing beenptosrinr
pleasing to X S S Bowles who has re recently re reeelldo notautly ¬
tautly secured the exclusive agency a for forthte forthis
this machine dltIIe A WarrenDetroit 7a 7adriven W Wdriven
driven by Tom Berger finished the theXunsey theMunay
Xunsey Historic Tour wtth but tt points pointsregtetered DOiDtsregltltered nointsreghetered
regtetered against it The day after it itwas itwas itwas
was released from the hands of f tl tltechnical the theteclmical thet
technical t ai committee it participated PrticlDated od 1 1the In Inthe n nthe
the Washington Automobile Clubs hill hillclimb 11mclimb I Icomb
climb and won its event It also made madea
a snowing in tb tne freeforall event Mr MrBowles XrBowlM MrBowles
Bowles received one of the mi models modelstoday mode modet modelstoday
today t and It te attracting much atten attention attentIeD attention ¬
tion tionThe tIeDThe
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The Ranch A Lang electric electricheeD agency agencyhas agencyhas
has been placed pIa with wit the Imperial 1mper1aIGua8e Impe ImperialGarage to toGorse
Garage Company C IRP8JI7 Thin te one of the thebest the1t theblest
best known etaetrlc machines on the thebas urk themarket
rk market and as I Imperial CoMpany CoMpanybaa Companyhas
bas one of the west complete ci charging chargingplants ng 1Ib 1IbIIa1Ita
plants in the city it te expected many manychoice
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Perfect weather conditions prevailed prevailedfor pren prevailedtoday led ledf
today for the th first race in the series seriesintination Mrteet seriesef
f et e1l elimination trials to select 5Et threeSander three threeSender tJareeSolIder
Sender yachts to compete at Kiel next nextyear nextTer nextyear
year against a German team t of three threetor threefor threetor
for tor the Emperor William WIlU and Prince PrinceHenry PrinceH PrinceHenry
Henry H ry cups There was a good south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east breeze 1Jreeze8nd and a strong chop The Thefleet TheAeet Thefleet
fleet was s lM1t St it t away awa in two divisions divisionsoa
oa a Urtarsular U1 trial ular course of twelvemiles twelve twelvemiles twehemlJes
miles The Bibelot belot was the winner in inthe inthe inthe
the first division and the Toboggan Tobogganin
in tins second
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hit by a a pitched ban and Elberfeld lined linedto UnecIto linedto
to left for a single Uudanb siaunnved aIUBIDeIIto siaunnvedeonterfor
to center eonterfor for a stogie scoring McBride McBrideDen McBrIdeI McBrideBedudorf
Bedudorf Den I Itendoi IIIDrt f poked a hit to center put putting putting ¬
ting SIberf berteId eM over Walker Wek struck oat oatTwo oatTwo outTwo
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into the left field bkacaers bit acIwq for a hone honerun nosue nosuerun boIIMrun
run run scoring Kinkier ahead of him bhnUesvler htaLkAer himGenies
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tc Lewis Lev Gesaler stole second Ether
feld thrown out Hall to Stahl Two Twomns Twor Tworuns
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siagtod to center and Hall tried ta tascore t3e tosouse
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to second on the throw ttr w in instruck intruek P1Ir1eI1
struck out Xo runs nm twohito twohitoSixth twoldtaSixt twos Mtn MtnSixth
Sixth Inning
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Sneaker stole second as Stahl struck struckone struckest
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BOSTOX Bf1STOXHooper nIIISBOBfO Hoop called out on strikesParton strikes utkCLPurYII eulkeePunish
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er beat out a rap to Mburfsle BIll IIIK Stabl StablsvotlUK SCahl4rcrre Stahldrove
I drove over XIJaas hoed for three bases basessorting
sorting svotlUK Speaker Lewis struck out One Onenut Onerun
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Walker on third Killifer filed to toSpeaker tof toSpeaker
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I filed to Gamier Lerehcn got a base on onbaas onballs
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t Unglaub b Ib 4 4Beckendorf 1 2 S 0 0 0Beckendod 0Bodtendorf
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t Stahl Ib 4 4Lewte 1 i f 1 1Lewis
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for the special train and that at a least leastas le8J5tas leastas
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regular train trainfavor trahI trahITIte trainsThe
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the end of the sixth round According Accordingto
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