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12 i THE J WASHINGTON WA GTOX TDFES FRIDAY SEPTEMBEB REPTElfB R 9 1910 stn stnMcAleer 4 4McAieer
I McAieer Planning tOtU toy Use e E Excess ce s Material in Trades for Major Leaguers This Winter
TRADES TRA TRAZ s FOR ORPL OR PLAYERS YERS YERSr i i1OM
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McAh McAr n9 Eiiiig l dii c a Se Several ral Dedy D With EX ExcessMaterial ExcessMaterialStill Excess ess MaitH 4aterlaL 4aterlaLStill L LStill
Still After Gar Griggs GriggsSecond sSecond Second Game With New NewYbrkTVuly Newc NewYork
ti c YbrkTVuly YL ark r Trul lWY o1 < Distressing DistressingBr D istre5S1Do istre5S1DoW a
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at the 0Ia park parkThat parkThat
That Washh ashillttftwUl g1A win M lit tile tilefie thefield
field fie 1rl for trades thister thla 5r4nter Is pracd pracdcally practically
cally certain rta1n from what whatMeAIeersaid ltaiagerMcAleer r rJI
MeAIeersaid JI McAleer Aleer saidthla sa 4thi this oiarataff It will willbe willbe
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be the first time tae la years that the theclub tbeluh theclub
club luh has has1Ml4 tied any really good trading tradingmaterial tnUlIIICmaterilandhe tradingmaterlatand
material materilandhe and he propose p to talc take takeantage ad advantage advantage ¬
vantage of that thatfaASewaen fact Becweaa hI hImeu tint tintmen b bmen
men already on ei the ibebought rostea the hie aim aimbought wenbougbt
bought and the meu drafted with withseveral wttheral withseveral
several eral ethers who bo may be beb a sbtuifed sbtuifedby njdred njdredby
b by purchase this winter XeAleer JIIeAIeereCtsto ex expects oxpecta ¬
pects eCtsto to have about thirty er forty fortyball fornhall fortyhall
hall players of whom tea or twelvo twelvowill brei tWOZYSwill
will 111 be excess exc s and aadfor for whom bertha berthamust bettIwmu berthamust
must t be found foundThe foundThe
The entire quad fneludisis c Ral Ralston Ralston Ralston ¬
ston Otey Oteyd and Henry will depart rtPhiladelphia for ferPhiladelphia forPhiladapbis
Philadelphia toaiybt toaiybtOne toaIsbtat at 1 o oOne ocipeIL ocipeILOne I
One of those for whom another eater eaterat etreItat olrtat
at trade or parchase wfB be made IIIIIdeGri to toGriRgs toGriggs
GriRgs Gri gs the St Louis utility man Oriavl Oriavllargely Griggsis
115 unhappy Ia St Louis D4 Is abDoIIt abDoIItsure afmoetsure
sure to get away from that city liisRork IDs IDsWor
Wor Rork thin yeubaS year has not been high ci cilargly daa daala
largely la rg ly because be aDd Jade ack OConnor OConnorcould OCODDOrcouJct OConnorcould
could couJct not get et t along aJoagweR weft together acl aclAS ac accorolllg ac according
corolllg to those who know AS OConj OConjnext OCOD OCODnor OConnor
nor is likely to have ve Ie the3t Louts job jobnext jobnext
next season seasonports despite the aamtsooa re reports re reports
ports that he would be sidetracked ldetrdtedGrlg aidetrackedGriggs I IGrists
Grists Grlg will probably have to go Mc McA JIcA
A Aleer leer l r is wil wilplayers willing to ctve either eitherfor cash or orplaers orplayers
players playersAleer for Griggs and It ttthat Itthat to fry frychat
that the 3 St Louis Loa managem managemsix snanageeent in tile tilesx thesx
sx months may be able to make up its ttamind IIamind itsmind
mind exactly what w t it wants waIItGras wantsGraS j jGray
Gras vs Ford or orthis Fbbo to 1M sortthis sort eadth
this th is afternoon for the last same hi hiWashington litV laa9hingtoa
Washington V bi tOll < until October a aas i irhey LThey
They aU lock good when they bit bitIs
18 a saw true true eDOUIda as is the tilethe on one to tlatlae I Ith
th ththey the effect nt tJae7aJI look IooIrthey bad when whenthey
they ftjont t ntt nttexcuse hit IIeaaa there tbeIeexcuse W was wasexcuse
excuse ft ftJn for the showing wtac of the thenton W WJ
J Jn n nton ton on team in IiIIIIc beaten beatenthe by Mew 2ewtruth MewYork
York y I to to tNt the real realtruth
truth is ts the eebo home nine wofflay was dnefor dneforofflay for ferlay as
offlay offlaydoe lay It was 0 oth aD riI We hope bOpeit
it gets back tJdIk ttDOCJD biterno m but butdoes It tt ttdoe
doe it will make a alOllC ions trip to a atime atire abort aborttime
time for when last heard from < rom it could couldhardly COId4hard couidhardly
hardly hard be beThe teeD witJa a tJlIucII teleooopeThe tJlIucIIo tJlIucIIThe
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The New York team playsa pia plays a doaWeI dMdIIe dMdIIeheader o olieader
header I tomorow la a Boston and wan wanto wants wantsfo ts
to set et 1 1tlie the early traIa tonight toIiIcIatthe house housethe
the 3 p p mliakins m mthis IlLUld
Uld liakins fbolisb 1a iii ue be 8eIcl baa baa1ot hasnot
not been the apecisib bE the Natl NatioutWthis aJa aJathis
this year yearthe Ia tad they have e pIea8eII pIea8eIIUS plea pleaus
US Vastly a5 y with their 1IrIIIk conduct 4a 4athe oathe
the defense def sad nave navetbinlclnjc some q1Ilck q1Ilckthinltmc qaicktbinking
tbinlclnjc that would do dofe credit to a uer uerect aeriet
fe iet ect < t lady catdiir catete r a whMTof wbl < Of theDemon theDemonlium he DemoD DatobPum DemoDRum
Rum as hufcby JI enters the house bUt hotjesterdav bUtterdav but3esterdav
jesterdav terdav it wa was different MTrentN Next xt to totfce totbe tothe
the nvestion Why Is a coroner r the theimost thero thetract
most ro st interestm iIIt one we can can to tomind temind tom
mind m nd is Where Whererinr was Dee t 4 kg when 1JiIeDSWfne whenS
S SWfne cenne forced fee ill the ek eit + sa sanln = = I
rinr 1fn The inquiry is Ist pettment because becamethe becausethe
the t dentist is usually one of themoat ae most mostintellectual tinteUectual j
intellectual goats aeauwe we have his lI disBerta1 diseertalions disBerta1lions dbeerta1i
lions 1i ns on tbeorv theory of the htafeer bltdlerba8ebaD bltdlerba8ebaDhad td + eher baseball baseballiiaviiur baseballhaving
having had aalned ainedbtm him a worldWide world Yide repute reputation reputetio1 ¬
tion reputation fie was wasbIUeJ billed to jive e a series of
4 o oclock clock c lectures on this subject bjeet in the thei theJXirlrS theps
JXirlrS ps + rIers i of the Kew wWIIIanI ew WDlard this winter whiterwill winterWih winterih
Wih ih e celebrated brai Raea a iaDi8t play playjn playing
jn ing the but the dates dates1I
yr will 1I have to to be canceled d The I Doc DocvouM Lucwould oc ocwould
would hardly mate a hit JtitFnr MtFfr hitTV
TV Fnr r cteftniteness and aev aiearacTr n cy the theplayirwe theplayi thep1ayiZg
playirwe playi 1I otthe of tine JWtenatojnemjnied 4tieaab so isded one oneof ODeIf eaof
of the spit laetsotes I = pwcr WiBIaDI WiBIaDIJ1mes k II5sr ilhasz ilhaszJames
James il i > sendmar from across tile Styx Styxthese Styxtbe5e Styxthese
these days darIf daysThat
If IfThat
That was a peculiar play in which whichintellectual whIcRei wbkhReisiing
Reisiing Rei ling Lost bill high eand5g as aa aamtpUectuaJ anintellectual
intellectual pat mat and there were oth others 0thers others ¬
ers who went weairitb with him Knight opened openedthe openedthe I
the inning inning by getting get first on Milans Milansmiserable JIDansmi Milansmiserable
miserable mi T man mae d Gardners stogie alrgisi past pastUnglaub 1 1Inglaub
Unglaub i put Knight on second secondf Cree Creeforced Cftel
forced f r ed Gardner GardD Knight KnightthlM taking thlM third thirdRuling thircLRei
Ruling Rei ling caught Cree oU oUby third a mile milebv mUeby mil
by his shoot to Ungianb Cree did the theohlv tbeonly theonly
only thing humanly btuoanlypaaaibie possible by sprintIng sprint sprinting spriat1ng ¬
ing for second and Knight t leased it for forJiotne ferJQme forhome
home Here Unglaub went off O to consult consultthe coaSultth consultthe
the th > spirits and bad a bard time finding findingthem llDdiDg1hem Endingthem
them He saw 8 visions and heard voices voiceshut YOIoeshut vok + es esbut
hut all very indisttinct aDd and before befoorebe befoorebehCould be becoukJ hecould
could concentrate his h mind be had hadhurled hailurlPd
hCould hurled urlPd to EJI Eloerfeldat ew at third minunted d although althoughKnight althoughknight
Knight was nearly home Knight t scored scoredas
as assecond a matter of cents aDd Cree was I1 I1secon onsecond I
second secondThe secon secondThe L LThe
The fans were on 011Austmlt edge edgeusti edgeS edgeAustin
S
Austin usti a Texas leaguer to right put putCree patCree petCree
Cree on third and Austin reached sec second second mcond ¬
ond on oalt It It Then came the low lowthat comedy comedythat comedythat
that was rich enough to warrant a raisein raise I In
In in n the price p of admtosfcm A 1 Sweebey Sweebeydrove y ydrove I IIoe
drove to Kulifer K ter woo returned to Beck Beckendorf Becki Beckindor Beckendorf ¬
endorf at the plate Cree ran nearly nearlyvp
vp t p to Beckendorf saw he was doomed doomedand doo dooa dootjedand
and a od dived back to third Creebyfraud Creebyfrauddeceit Cree by fr frauddeceit I Idceit
deceit and cruel use of BeckendorTs BeckendorTseoat BeckeIIdorf1goat Beckeado Beckeadogoat
goat eoat ted that guileless gn le backstopper bacltstOpperlway ks per pera
f a way na out yonder into the m middleof JDicIdJe of the tbediamond thediamond be I Idiamond
diamond far far from tile line Becken Beckendorf Beckeaidorf Beak Beakfinall ¬
dorf followedin follow followed farfull 1n full full cry theand and andline finally finall y exCANNOT ex exCANNOT exL exLCANNOT
CANNOT PLACE HITS HITSSAYSHANS HITSSAYH HITSS4IANS
SAYSHANS SAYH Stt Iv IvJust S4IANS S WAGNER WAGNERJust AONERJust
Just illck Lack Patting the tt Ban B H Where WbesreHans e ein
1 aeI Me in M NtHans Mj MHans
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Hans Waer Va er rk rldtc c 1es le the the idea ideaIf Ideathat ideathat
that b batters t rs can place their hits lattaIf hitsIf
If you hit the ball where there thereno e eno areno
no players yoWre oaftJ all right and ff ffvou UYOU ifwiaete
YOU you hit hitthem hitthemout them where they theyu a use youre yo re reout
out u t saps 5 Hans and 114ft tta1 t a Irltole rhole lot lotcaitr Mtr leteas
caitr eas r t to hit hi t them wbce wnew 1i > they the are areOnly areOnly areOnly
Only lack la fc l pats ts them tJaeaaaa7 tom place sloe e1IIenv sloeAny tae taeyear
Any nv b belball baH plafet 11 tH have a good JrOO4e goodyear
year e r and then a bsd b year Y 3 an 1tIMi thats thatsTvhat tJaatPwhat tat z zwhat
what what nat happened hp n 410 to TO me this season seasonFor geaJIOnFor seasonFor
For a lng long time I 1 couldnt seem to tohit tohit tohit
hit them safe 8 e and thats the reason reasonmy eaSon eaSon1Tl reasonmy
my 1Tl percentage pereen slumped slumpedYouH slu1ll slummedYoull d dYoutl
YouH find that thatit it Isnt ot only in bat batting batting batting ¬
ting that baseball Il luck holds sway swayMany llWa llWaIan swayMany
Many Ian a fielder haa an error checked checkedup
up against him simply because b cauae that tttatelement thatelement tbatl
element l ment of luck rawed maybe his hisspikes hispikeaw hisspikes
spikes pikeaw to slip maybe the ball to take takea
a tricky beane 4n n fact 101 different differentways tIUfeeDtways differentways
ways of making thf hf > > stop top difficult dlfflcultThere difficultThere difficultfihere
There are are mighty f ffoW ff n v c errors rOTS ora made maderof madenow maderow
now that arc the jjtoyers fault nIL Ver Verseldom Very Veryfom Veryseldom >
seldom fom when a ben is i kr kIvcke > caked > < ker to a adoes aman aman
man aing theRroaed t gTOU8It does he miss missit
it t because ne he misjudge it The In Innelders Inif inielders
nelders if > ldelll e eyes are > all good and its a a2fttol a26tol a0to1
2fttol shot that the ball was as de deflected deeeted deflected ¬
flected eeted m sow Born manner mann manner r Just llSt as theznaa the thenD
nD was going after it 11
Club Standings S and andPossibilities andPossibilities I
Possibilities PossibilitiesAMERICAN PossibilitiesAMERICAN PossibilitiesAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUXYestertays LEAG1JXYester LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Yester a s Results RenlbKewYGllrI ResultsNew SasaltsWewTork
KewYGllrI New WewTork Teak S W WSo Waamngton WaVdagtoeClevdsad 2 2Oevtsand
So Oevtsand I Pd 7 Detroit DetroItIiIJ 4 4FhHad 4PML6elpbis
PML6elpbis FhHad hMa a 2 Boston BostonChicago tonI t tCLi
CLi Chicago g o1 1 St Louts 0 QSt Q QSt 0SIt
St Lento I Chicago 4 4Todays 4 4ToaaysGcmea 4Todays
Todays ToaaysGcmea ToaaysGcmeafew Gc Games GamesNew e e3ew
few T Yprk rk at WafhtoatgaDetrlt WasMngtoa WasMngtoaPoirolt W I 6to 6toDeInaIt
Poirolt at Cle Clew ClewCIIbae cflewsland cflewslandhuge elsnd elsndPhUadebjmax
huge at 9t Io1 LoebPbltiadeanhb
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PhUadebjmax at Boston BostonW BostonStaJKUn BostonStanding
Standing of the CItl1Mr CIgbsW
CItl1MrTDda TDda
W I IPhOadetohhu L I Pat w WPhiladelpbla Loee LoeepIo
PhOadetohhu pIo lL 87 4 40 16 fC M MBoItOD taeBoston
Boston n 73 3 a aKew D SC 5a s
New York 71 S3 S3Detroit iQ 58i 57 57DetroIt 5 5Detroit
Detroit n 72 77 iC iCWashington illll JB sill sillWashngton
Washington fit 71 71dereiaad llCIeYeIaIIi4 464 464Cleveland
Cleveland SC 7 7Chicago Ze 44t 4t1 An AnCI liti litichieago
Chicago 41 7 7Ixmta X XSt 3b ar JN JNSt
St St Loath 38 38Yeeterdeys fit 3b 3Q N NNATIOkL
lfATIO NATIOkL AL LEAGtJ1C LEAGtJ1CYeterdaTs LEAGU LEAGUYeeterdeyts
Yeeterdeys Ses R Rflit Retests Retestsilt bt btat
flit at Louts 4 Pittsburg PItt8barsPIdIa 2 2Philadelphia LPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 8 Brooklya 1 1CDarkness 1 1M
M we 1 Naw N Ferk k 1 Letikoeal
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CDarkness CDarknessCmcmnatl Dadoteu0daIp etikoealChirgoy
0daIp i c Cmcmnatl U 3 3Bieoklfa 3 3Ttiilys
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Tays Game GtitMsr GameBootee
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Bieoklfa lAd at Pnamdelphla PnamdelphlarToday PIdIadelphla5t PhOadeiphiaStaab
5t Staab ef the C1a lube lubeW
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W 3L L I PetrWin Pet rWin Win WbLLoH WbLLoHCIdcap Lose LoseChicago Loseihieago
Chicago S4 38 Oi m G Gii 6S3pifts S3 S3Pittsbarg
Pittsbarg 7S W 609 80 BS6 5liew BS6Kew b0rit
t Kew ew Tork Ze 7 a 5f + 74 4 JJ7 Sl1PIdIadeIpIUa 577elfladelphia S SPhaadetphia
Phaadetphia G f a l ice sal UItI sL sLmat 12 12Chacmnati
mat tI II 4 418 8 500 4k 4kBrooklyn 4ft 4ftBrooklyn 4LIIrookI7R
Brooklyn 4 41 7 i JK 4W alit JSuSt asIt alit3t
St Louis d 75 JK 409 392 xleBoston 392Boston 33Boaoa
Boston no 44 84 Mi 3 J41 Jfl Jflhi M1Cre 241uagdsdtd
uagdsdtd Cre nmaadstesl a somewbts somewbtsIn MIe MIeIa
hi the background Meanwhile II Austin Austinhad A1IIIdDhad Austinhad
had come all the wa wahurt way up rom romCree second secondWeeed
e tatletesecond
Weeed Cree u that at tatlete tthe athlete breMIIed hilt hiltIaat bMlea
hurt Iaat aad went wontr wonton on to the plate Now tbe tbegentle tbeputJe thegentle
gentle reader r win ask where bee was Doc DocI DocReisl1nC DocReisling
I Reisling No man knowetfa A boy boyt was wassent wasseat
sent t after ban and located him after aftermuch afterDmCb aftermncb
much search When seen tile doctor doctorI rthat doctormid
I said that if it was really Iy necessary nee he hewould hewould
would be pleased to o oblige by covering coveringthe i
the plate He reached reac ed there Just jwtA1IIIda as asAustin asA
Austin A hurried over oftr took U the throw throwfrom UIrowrn throwfrom
from from the confiding Beckendorf touched touchedAustin tD8ebedA leachedAustin
Austin A Austin then dropped the battl battlUngteub ballSick i iSieJa
j j1JDKlaub
Sick iIIoIDIJ yea never did see
Ungteub atoned for f iu his miscue ta the thematter thematter
matter of Knight by using Ms thtaker thtakerte tlle11 tlle11matter
te Washingtons W hair of f the ninth mtathwhich BlatllwI ninthwhich
which greatly pleased his numerous numerousfriends DUII1UOIIIItrieD nnmroaefriends
friends in the large and eoeservad con stUa tIftueoe stUaaudience e eaadieace
audience At the same time Hal Chase ChaseTrent CJaaaevent Chasewent
Trent spirit chasing Gesster Ge McBride McBridttand McBrideaDd McBrideand
and E3berfeki singled in the ninth nu nutag au auIDI nll nllbag
tag the bases Ungianb forced Ether ElberfeM EIberfekS Etherfold
feM scoring McBride LelrreH batted battedI batte4tor battedfor
I for Beckeadatt and drove to Gardner GantDertJDtrlaub GardnerlJngsueb
1 Unglaub had a brilliant opportunity to toran tonm torun
ran into a double play but declined declinedInstead decUDed1Datead ddHDedInstead
Instead of letting Gardner touch him himhe himbe himhe
he atopPed short which pulled the as astounded as astouDded astounded ¬
tounded Yank off his h balance and com compelled compelled cornpelted ¬
pelled him tom to heave ve to first to nan LeJl Ld1velt LeJlvett LeUnIt
nIt Chase had all the chance to hold holdthe holdthe holdthe
the throw receive Imgtanb ub with open openarms peaarms openarms
arms stab Mm in the stomach with the theban tilebaD thebail
ban and end the discussion Chase Chaseelected Chueelected Closeelected
elected to throw t tlaub to Gardner sad UD
au laub nimbly I Jumped on first base Man Manager Manager ¬
ager atalUnga 3ta1U S es sent a substitute pitcherout pitcher pitcherout pIteberout
out to tell Chase that the season would wouldnot wouldDOt wouldnot JilaDI
not be over until October 8 a little littlecourtesy HuJecourtesy lltdecourtesy
courtesy the first baser aj appreciated appreciatedvery c iaied iaiedvery
very much muchWhafa muchWlats
t I
Whafa the use + rehearsing the theCJI sad sudstory sadstory
story story of how Dixie Walker allowed ed ate wizhits atehits I
hits and five runs in one lid onethird onethirdinnings onethisiadngs onethisiadngsThe
innings taDIIIpTIle inningsThe + ODetIdnIl
The true story of ofdid o wIv Jobs L Taylor for I IJIOt
did not let the Washington W Whave ban dub chaitve
have ve Ids training grounds grouxtolea Jds lea at Hot iotSpringa HotSprings
Springs Ark for next aeon < ason appears appearsto
to be coming to light it t seems that thatJames thatJobm
oIm L has DO biding hove for James JdmMJIIefJeer JamesMcAtee II
JIIefJeer b tact he would be able to toJive tolive
Jive hAppily ever afterward If be serer DeVerames serermw
mw James ames again The trouble is of oflong ofIoag oflong
long standing It arose arosewben when John L LAJeer LIII Lin
III ODe f his trading moods gave McAleer Me MeAJeer
AJeer then manager of the St Louis LouisAmericars IoaWAmerica LouisAmericas
America sN 5M aDd George Stone for forJesse foret forJesse
Jesse et Burket BI t t Stone proved to be one oneof oneof i
of the stare sta of the American League Leaguewhile Leasuewhile Leaguewhile
while Burkett slid back faster than a ahardened aardeaed ahardened
hardened sinner after a camp meeting meetingEvery JDeetIDgEvery meetingEvery
Every time John obn L looked looked at Burkettand Burkett Burkettand Budtettand
and thought of Stone he became so un unhappy ua uahappy ushappy ¬
happy that he felt like he took no fur further tartbe further ¬
ther personal interest in seelog m < ing thatcAeer that thatMcAleer thatMcAleer
McAleer cAeer became a great success ta tbe tbeleague tbeI theleague
league I and be has not yet recovered recoveredhis ecoA ecoAhis
his equanmnty equanmntyFANS egnanmltyFANS I
FANS FEAR COLE COLEIS COLEIS
I IIS
IS LACKING NERVE NERVEKing I IuJ
4 uJ King Ka Ift > ng Cajmot C anot See Any Difference DifferenceBetwefea DifferenceBetWeea DifferenceBetty
Betwefea Betty Wt WarMs c s Series and andOH andOdter andOther
OH Other er GamCneago Games GamesChicago amestuB
Chicago Can tuB are fearing that King KJDrCole KingCole Kingcole
Cole lacks the nerve nerve and experience a to topitch topitcJa topitch
pitch ta a worlds series Manager ManagerCtxanee XaaapICbaDee MaaageaCanoe
Canoe wiB have aa to depend depepdpn m Cote CeIeenD and andBrawn a d dBrown
Brawn Brown Reuttmch and Overall enD win not notenjee tOtbe nothe
be ia good jbyatstoi coaditia coaditiazident mt mtI
I zident e aberb there 8 any tlUrer tlUreri difertttl
enjee tttl tt pichiga pitchms > ia i a words series before before3MW befoIe0IIe1 before2R
3MW 2R N spectators say asys Cole 0IIe1 4b e i may y be beyuMuij tieaII beand
yuMuij and Inexperfc mexi i heed ie d and an teat teatbut tllt tlltm thatbut
but I wont t blow f fportance only hope aace Chacosuses aace1UIeS
uses meof me meOf
Of course the result Is of MOre lm lmportance fanx
portance x rtance but that should not make any anydifference anydlfterhKe anydlffer4nce
difference with a twirler If Chance puts putsme putsme putsme
me in as I hope he will I will do just justa
as a I have done in the past Perhaps I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will he a little lit le more cautious as 1 have haveriot havenot havenot
not s semen n i any of the Athletic batters batterstod battersaed battersand
and do Ot not have ve the least idea what whatthey wIaatthey whatthey
they hiMike bit like But Buttllat that should slaoul not make makeany makeUly makeany
any < difference d ereDCO to a twirler twtrIerwbo who has thestuff the thestuff theSturr
stuff and nerve nerveMORAN nerveMORAN nerveMORAN
MORAN GETS DECISION DECISIONXEWT
NEW EW YORK SeOt S ot 5 9Johnny Johnny Moran Moranof
of the lAmb Club outpointed o out t lnte4l Kid KidGfcettb KidGIMab KidChmCh
Gfcettb oT T Harlem H last night i in ht te theirtinbend their theirteoro theirt
teoro t tinbend nd bout at the newly opened openedMetropolitan openedMttropoUtan openedMetropolitan
Metropolitan A C Moran was too tooclever roocI tooclN
clever cI clN ei for f f Ghetto and net by getting get the thebetter thettter thehatter
better of the last three rounds earned earnedthe earneIlth earnedthe
the honors e f the bout
He He Is Going Goo Good in Washington I
HARRY WOLTFRMew WOLTER WOLTERKew WOLTEfew
few York American Rightfidder Rightfie1 1er He Haoe Two Hits and Two Runs Yester Yesterday Yeaterday Yesterday ¬
day and Two Hits and Two Sacrifices eec Oa Weaaeaaay Wl
TAYLOR TO TRADE THEJoss TRADEWITH TRADEviL1HCLEVELAND
WITH viL1HCLEVELAND viL1HCLEVELANDand CLEVELAND CLEVELANDJ
Joss J JossTAYLOR ass and Clark May Be BeExchanged BeExchanged BeExchanged
Exchanged for Carring Carrington
ton oil and Wood WoodPHXLiAXHEIJPHIA WoodSept VoodPIIIIMDBLPBL
PHXLiAXHEIJPHIA Sept SeptJoss S41ptJ 1siiSs 1siiSsJoel
Joss Josstion J lid Jay ay CIarlie Clark or the mad madclub tlr tlrduD
duD OCIIIIIdin to totioD atthenUe informa information
tion received here day will IB wear wearBoston wjwr wjwrBoston
Boston B uniforms 1ID next aee season white whiteCarrigan B BCarrisan BUI BUICtTtIaD
Carrisan and Joe oe Wood of tIN Red RedSox Re4Sox RedSox
Sox will go to the Naps KapsTbe ape apeThe
Tbe exchange win be b on an aDba8is even evenbasis evenbasis
basis player for player with ne secopelderation caai caaiconsideration
itsa itsabeen
consideration The deal ta said to tobeen hwre hwrebeen
been made by President tdeat Taylor who w1aodesbe8 whodents whodesires I
desires to rid himself of Catcher i Carrigan Car Carrteaa Carri
rteaa who is drawing dra a large salary aviaryfrom salaryI ar7from
I from the Boston dub dubW0e4
1 Wood fe ranked as a firseJase first firstor e pitch pitcher IItcher ¬
er while the merits of Joes Joe t and Clarke Clarkenever IadieDever Clarkenever
never have been questioned questionedFrom quMtioneLI
I From the Gridiron GridiroaOn I IOR
On next Monday oJlday the Yale football footballeleven fooUMilleJeYeli footballeleven
eleven will wti1 report at the Hotchlctes Hotcbkaschool Hotchlctesschool HotchktscIaool
school grounds s at Lakevllle CoDa ConaCapt CoDator Connfor
for the Hrst r realar r practice of tit titoIL theseneoa
oIL Capt Fred Daly D ly is expected expectedat expectI expectIat
at New B Raven > aven any nT day and 00 after afternsaktas aftermalting rl rlDaklB
malting < all arrangements emeat will go TO TOLAkewood NLak toLakeweed
LAkewood Lak eed to meet Head Coach CeaeC Ted TedCoacb TedCy
Cy C I Ii
S i
cu met metthe metthe I Itbe
Coach Price of TJrstrus College
the candidates ellJI for tte football team teamthis t teamthis I
this wt wtk and the first practice was wasIndulged wasIftduK wasindu
Indulged indu d tn The e work consisted ooD lated of ofa ofa ofa
a thorough drill In the tt new rules and aadsprinting D5printtJc andsprtatirg
sprinting up 11 p and down the field The Theveterans or orY Theveterans
veterans Y who reported were George GeorgeK
K Thompson R Thompson Qay QayW Q QDouthett QyRest
W Rest > st Douthett Gay Isenber Isenberg BeI Belney BeIney Beiney
ney Yoe and KIckltne KIckltneJoe Kiekltnee KiekltneJoe
e 0 0ioe
Joe Joe Fogg has been selected to coach coachthe cochthe coachthe
the Case C School of AppMed A ScIence Sdeaoelrrmi ScIenceapID Scienceteam
team again this year The l e dent one onebaa ODemade onehas
baa made good and has a threeyear threeyearcontract threeyearcontract I
contract with the T big fe devohMa Bngi BngiThe BnsIJIMriDg ahglThe
JIMriDg IIooL + I ITIle
The work of Dave Ifuttz as refer referhas reftreehas ret retbas
has been favorably faOn commented upon br brtbe bythe I Itile
tile Ohio conference and the former formerHighlander fosterHi <
Hi Highlander H hlande Iter will 1dIIPIob probably be chosen to toleferee toreferee torotors II
referee aU of the big games In the theBuckeye fJIeBuckeye theBuckeye
Buckeye State Fultz P was a star foot football footban ¬ i i1IaIJ
ball player at Brown hi Me hi college eoHegedays collegedays i iWesae
days iI
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daysWesle
Wesle Wesleyaa = aa wilt start the season with withTale withYak i iYale
Tale one day before the college oCnctel oCnctelly oIAeIaIj oIAeIaIjIy
ly open Larry Vorhis Vorhls the coach is hthe isthe I INew
the first New N Tork TY boy Do wit graduatedunder graduated graduatedunder i
under the new P S S A AL I L regime that thathas thatMar thathas
has been cUoson to ki fatstrwet treat k a ooOeee ooOeeeeleven coIIeeeMoreIL colegeeleven
elevenBut eleven elevenew
eMoreILtJIIu + S
But Freeman tJIIu former track oo coach chiLt chiLtew at atYew
Yew ew Raven High School Purdue PlIIC1ueaDd Parduety Ttoi Ttoiver
ver ty and Central High h School SchoolCleveland lot lotClen ofClevelaad
Clen Cleveland besides coaching eoaclan 5 a number numberof
of f tootiban teams around KTew Tork Torkhas Yorkhas Torkhas
has been selected to t eoack ue e Denni Dennison DeDaISOD Dessnison
son Collage eleven He has a asqu good 04Isqu1d goodsquid
oughthas
squid squ d en hand and ought ght to do doflurry douHurry a acHarry
flurry Up Tosf Yo of MJcJUgin has hascaned hueaDed hascalled
caned out bs s nandijkvte andl Iate late and t uuetod w wbeftag gaoleda uuetodas
as being delighted with the new JlCwH rules rrJeaHe rulesHe
He H has a fast light team most of whom whomare itbOI itbOIare hOiuare
are veterans end tea Ann Harbor boys boyslook boysiook boyslook
look to be i U hc c oi i thing thi Ute year yearWith yearWith
4 4With
With a host of Ttrterans r terano erans and old sub substitutes Substitute substitute ¬
stitute from which to pfcik oat an aneleven aneJfteD aneleven
eleven Ooach Hau Haul Hauihon on of ofHarvanS ofHarvanSlooks 0 R RlooIES Harvard Harvardloots
looks to have JIa a gre + < iam If the other othercolleges othercollelJle8 othercolleges
colleges cannot d dir o j t any better ma material maIt matertaf ¬
terial than tfcey ey row have on hand it itwttl itwUl t twill
It will be easy for the Crimson to land andUte landthe
Ute cbamploftSblp ehafnp p i it
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BOSTON MAY PLAY PUYPITTSBllfifi PLAYPITTS PLAYPITTSBURG
PITTSBllfifi PITTS BURG TE TETalk TEAM TEAMI TEAMTalk I
Talk o of PostSeason Series S SeriesBetween ries j jBetween I IBenveen
Between National and andAmerican j jAmerican I
American Leaguers LeaguersBOtoTON i iton I IJIOIIlox
I II
JIOIIlox Sept L LWhether tIN Boo Bootea 1
ton Red Sox or the Ptttatwrg Plthna Pirates PiratwI PJrU1 PJrU1are Piratesare
I are the stiouaer ban team may be deckled de decided ¬ I Idde4
cided hi a at postMason aees aeesIt Betfti Betftift 1
ft te understood undei stood Il a 11II O the e matter is befog befogthreshed beingthreshed
threshed out 1ty sy Pr President + eent Taylor of ofthe ofthe
the Boston Americans Americanewho who has been beenapproached beeGaJllPlOebed beenapproached I
approached bjr bythe the he Smoky Sm CIty people peoplewith peoplewith e evilla
with a view vie to such a trial Some years yearsasjo 7eMSPltt yearsad
asjo ad PiUsburg Pltt was beaten by y Boston Bostonfor Boetonfar Bostonfoe
for a worlds champtonnhip p and it ta taField Iadatil Isbellowed
bellowed a series thin year leI pay p3owen paywelL
wen wenI
I Field Field and Track TrackThe rack I ITIle i iThe
The New York Athletic Crab has en entered entend entered ¬
tered thirtyave mien for the metropoli metropolitan ¬
tan championships champi track meet which whichtakes whichplace whichtakes
takes place next Saturday afternoon at atTravers atTraven atTravers
Travers Island They expect to make a abetter abetter abetter
better showing than is credited to them themas themas themas
as the men are an la great et form formOwing formOwing
Owing to the good entry from the up upState up upSt upState
State clubs notably Columbia A A C C of ofTroy ofTroy i iTIOJ
Troy and the Geneooeo Y M C A A of ofBuffalo oCBdao ofBuffo
Buffalo the IrishAmerican A A C will wiUhave wIDJlave willhave
have to get every ev 7 point possible to totile win wintbe winthe
tile mete as the points will be more moreevenly more moreevenly I
evenly divided Bo Both of the above abovementioned aboverationed
mentioned club have e men that wilt wt flg flgFrom At1Ce g gare II IIJlNDdoDed
are III every t the eater eaterPIOIB eaterFrom
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From the forma displayed dIs yed test Monday MondayBobby MoadayBobby MeDdT1B
Bobby Cionghen CI should be an easy easywinner j jwinner I Iwtnaer
winner te both sprint t races on Saturday Satur Saturday ¬ i
day y The sorreltopped Winged Fist Fistdub FIstClIIb Fiatclub
dub sprinter r was as never poser er in better form formaad fonn1 formand
lid there is a possibility poII bil ty that he will willrun wiltrun
run the hundred in n less than M seconds WUlI s sTIIat j jThat
4 4That
That was a rcsnarfeable b1e performance performanceby perfonnancxI
by Yank Robbins on Labor Day hi tIN tht3Vyard tIN7Jd the201yard
3Vyard 7Jd event At the second turn he heturned hetvrM heturned
turned a complete somersault in the thefinal tMfiDI thefinal
final heat and managed ed to nnh third thirdI thirdellplte thirddeapfte
I despite the falL He looks good for a aplace aplace aplace
place In the be quartermile 1IIIIe event on Sat Satlurday Saturday Saturday
urday lurdayWtth urdayWith urdayWith
With JIm Duncan of the Mohawkssiaflag Mohawks Mohawksscaling MohawkscaIlIIg
scaling out the discus at a 135foot cUp dipMartin cUpXardn cUpMartin
Martin Shertta had better KM look to bps hfehonors bIa bIahGIIon bpshonors
honors ta this tb vent Sheridan has got gotdown IOtclown gotdown
down to buses now but he is not as assore assure
I Isure
sure of himself as he was in former formeryears fonnecyears formeryears
years Lack of practice has certainly certainlyleft
left an impression on tint great t athlete athleteAnother athieteo athieteAnother
0 0ADother o
Another youngster who may surprise surprisethem surprisethem
them all K William Thommaseen of the tbeKew the1iew theNew
New York Athletic Club He won the thejunior thej1mIor thejulor
junior championship tp in the high Jump Jumpcontest jumpCOD jumpcontest
contest COD and on Labor Day made six sixperformance sixteet sixfeet
feet two inches If he can repeat this tJrtserfOIIUkDee thisperfornanee
performance he will win the senior seniorchampionship seniOrdlampltmSbJp seniorchampinabip
championship title with ease a as outside outsideof
of Ericsen nf the Molt Havens no one oneIn ODeb oneIn
In b the district can make this mark markMany markXatty markS markNatty
+ S
Many Hatpin has finally bagged anothr an another auoth ¬
other oth star for his club In the person of ofHarry ofHarry ofHarry
Harry Klages formerly of the Senator SenatorAthletic SenatorAthletic SenatorAthletic
Athletic Club This 18 shot shorputter ratter was wassought wasJlqUgbt wassqught
sought by aU of the dubs but be prob probably probably probably ¬
ably liked Travers Island I llul better than tlianCeltic tl1anCeltic thanCeltic
Celtic Park and and this thied deeMed him himThe himThe himThe
The annual meeting of the ntetropoli ntetropolitan
tan district of the A A U will be beat heldat held heldat
at the IrishAmerican A C on Sep September september Seitember ¬
tember 19 when the officers for the en ensuing eAsuiDg ensuing ¬
suing year will be elected There isbound Is fehound Isbound
bound to be a hot meeting OR tap as asfour asfour asfour
four men are running for the office of ofofficial toUIdal ofofficial
official handicapper and a number DU of ofpleasant orplea8aDt ofpleasant
pleasant and perhaps unpleasant unple8tUlttacts facts factswin factsaill
win 111 be brought to light at the meet meeting meet1nI meetins ¬
ins
HIGHLANDERS GET GETHORRID GETHORRIDREVENGE
HORRID HORRIDREVENGE HORRIDREVENGEMake REVENGE REVENGEIVlake
Make Nationals Look Lo k Foolish Fool Foolish Foolish ¬
ish In Second Game GameWalker GameWalker GameWalker
Walker Easy Easy Mark MarkTaking MarkTkl MarkTaking
Taking Tkl the bam same from Washin W Wye 1Yadtingtae 1Yadtingtaeyesterday Uin Uinyesterday
yesterday ye by 8 to T was a adetail adetaJI mere miner minerdetail
detail for New N w York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The Highlanders hammered 118 two pitch pitcherg pItcrs pitchers
erg rs with great enthusiasm eDUnIa ran bases basespretty IMuHretty basespretty
pretty much as they tlleiJIeued pleased and scurried scur scurried scurried ¬
ried hither b and thither on fasnsh piys piysby JIYJSby pxysby
by the e opposition ta a manner most mostsprightly moMsprightly moatsprightly
sprightly sprightlyWartop sprightlyWartop sprightlyWaslop
Wartop was In excellent form and andhis JMlhit andhis
his underhand ball was working over overtime 09ertime overtime
time The effect e 8etS of his devious slantsRas slants ahtatfwas IaBtWas
was shown in the balding Mid record where wb whenChase te teChase j
Chase had but three putouts and the thecombined t tcombtne4 zae zaecombined
combined Highland forces orees were credit credited credited 1f 1fed ¬
ed with a paltry three t assists Gardner Gard Gardner arner ¬
ner and Sweeney were the huM hnajrs hnajrswith ers erswith J Jwith
with six outs apiece but it was aIM ateoday aIMay a aday
day ay of great eat activity for the tbwho outfielder oatOelderswho outfielderwho
who eliminated eleven of tIM tIMHal enemy enemyHal I IHal
Hal Chase bad a perfect record with withtbe wttkthe withthe
the bat making four sing rhesus eg hi a row rowthen rwtbeR rowthen
then varying tbe peronataceneat performance s with aj ajneat a aneat
neat saerMee saerMeeGecster saterideeGasfer erMCe erMCeGcaIer
Gecster and Elberfeld got four of tbe tbefive thefive
five 0 Washington W tOD hits off Warhop Waa1IoIItee and andthree andthree
three of the nve were made ta the ninth ninthhtateg JdIIdiwIteD ninthltndag
htateg when the visitors refused to tofcdte totke totake
take the game seriously y any longer longerWalker longerWalker I
Walker a Mark MarkVaMcer Markalker MartiWalker
Walker alker started on the mound for forWashington forWashington
Washington He laMed one inning and anda forI
a third through th some oversight o The TheHighlanders TheP TheHighlanders
Highlanders P 1M distinguished l bf the tbemeIve inn live liveimrins eao t tby
by a whole galaxy of errors lit the sixth IxtJIInntn sixthInning I
Inning Beckendorf opened the tuning IJuIJIacby inningby tuningby
by a life Jtf on Acattas II boot fcttowe tclloweq by bya
I a bad throw IleMIng escaped aKv aKvI aIIvtI
I I when Cree dropped his purely trivial trivialfly trlvI1t trivialfly
fly after getting H squarely in Ida bands bandsi dB bandsBeekendorf
t
i Beckendorf B took second on this and af affair affair t tfair ¬
fair Warhop tried to catch the heavy heavyv hellvyichtd
v sighted Beekeadecf nappies at second secondand 1KCOIICIand usaadand
and heaved away to center both run runners nIDI rnnrers
I ners T rs advancing Then Milan KJWfer Kd1ferand KJWferand XII I Iand
and Ralston med out In a row rowDaniete rewJ
J Daniete departed peacefully ta the dustinning Ant nrstinning AntI
inning on a 8 grounder to McBride Wolter Wotterwalked Wolterwalked Wolterwalked
I walked and took third on Chases stege stegeto
to right t Chase was caught trying to
011
through gh McBride scoring Welter Gard Gardner G4anl1Mr Gardner ¬
ner was hit by a pitched bail Crees Creesbang Creesbang c rees reesbang
bang to left scored Knight Gardner go going goto golag ¬
lag to second Austin single to right righttallied rtghttlUed righttallied
tallied Gardner Sw Swee Sweeney eaey ey fanned fannedWarhop flUM4lWJUboD fannedWashop
them
Warhop wag safe in the ee second Inning Inningon
on Uagiaubs U bs fooale Danleto a again againwent ata atawent I
went the way of all flesh via McBride McBrideWotter KeBrtcIeWolter McBrideWelter
Welter doubled to right scoring War Wari Warhop Warhol
i bop Chase singled to right and Wolter Wolteri Wolterred Wetterscored
i scored red Relating Rel fanned Knight and Mc McBride XCI XCIBricIe McBride ¬
Bride threw out Gardner GardnerA
A Feelisi Fee1iskKnliht laaiag InniagKnight laaiagKnight
Knight wan spared ta the eighth by byMilans ItyXJID byMans
Mans XJID egregious e muff Gardners tiny tinybingie tiDybIDtIe tinybungle
bungle through L Ungianb Ua < laub put Knight on onsecond OIl1IeCODd onsecond
second Cree forced Gardner Knight Knignttaking Kn Knighttaking ht htta1tIDf
taking third Cree was caught flatfooted flatfootedoff
off ant by Retsttng R heave to Unghuib Unghuiband Uac UacstIIIrt Ungiauband
and started stIIIrt ted for second Knight darted dartedfor tlartedfor dartedfor
for home tTngiaub J threw to Mberfeid Mberfeidat JCI
at third although alt tetugh Knight wasneedy was neady at atthe at0Iee atthe
the 0Iee plate Knight bad scored before EI EIberCeld Elbetfold
berCeld ever got the ball 1 and Cree Cs was wassafe wae wassale
safe e at second Austin hoist oWed ad a Texas Texasleaguer Texasleaguer
leaguer that Geasler 1er nearly got It gave gavehim pveJabn savehim
him two bases but Cree could advance advanceno
no further than third Sweeney drove to toKflHfer toKBltfer toKIWfer
KflHfer and there was more comedybaaoea comedy comedybuatoosc
buatoosc Beckendorf endorf took Kflttfers re return re retBra reura ¬
turn ura to the plate and after ter some IDeCree dodos ¬
hag Cree was put out but Austin had hadhurried hadharried hadhurried
hurried up from second around thirdaDII thirdand third thirdand
and steamed past Cr CrM e just as Birdie Birdiedied BInttedied Birdiedied
died There was no one 0 o take thethrow the thethrow thethrow
throw aDd Austin scored Sweeney Sw T took tooksecond took8eCODd tooksecond
second on the play playsafely Warnop bunted buntedrftY buntedsafely
safely rftY Relating ReI ht grabb grabbInto grabbed it it chucked it itInto itinto
Into the right ht neld eid stand and Sweeney Sweeneyscored Sweeneyaccred ney neyJM
scored Daniels again was soft pickings pickingsfor s sfor
for the harassed hL Nationals retiring the tbes4e theside
side 1
s4eGessler
Gessler 1er opened opea the ninth with a single singleto
to center < McBride singled him to see
New fall stYles in Ken Mens White Thiteand Whiteand
and Colored Negligee Nbll < ee and Pleat Pleated Pleated Pleated ¬
ed Shirts with cuffs attached or ordetached ordetached ordetached
detached goo value 1 f fat
III at l5 1 1U Special for forMens 3 eDL eDLMens > 1 LUU LUUMens 00 U U
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CAUGHT ON THE FLY FLYIN FLYIN 3
IN BASEBALL WORLD
Pitcher Pltc Frank Ofaerlin is f no tenser tenseroa
on the Indianapolis Iadlan poUs payroll Ratty WattyCsjr RattyCarr1 VattyCarr
Carr Carr1 I OompsJty cut the strlsga ga that thatheld tJtatheld thatheld
held the biff bl fellow and he 1i is now nowloekias nowJeek1ag nowlooking
looking for another Job Carr expected ex expected expected ¬
pected him to be of value when he hereported hereported ae aereported
reported from Washington la good goodcondition gooclconcltUon goodcondition
condition but somehow 8 lRebow or other Ob Obariin Olte Ohestin
ariin e ln could co ld not deliver deliverBjr deliverBt deliverS deliverBp
+ S
Bjr buaehlas bits off of Works WorJ Ia the tilefearth thefmth j jfourth
fourth and eighth innings of yesterdays ye yesterdaysgame yeetartlersgame
game with Detroit etreU Cleveland Cl wee by bythree bytkree bythree I
three run rtIJIL runTalk 2 2Talk
+ I
Talk about your odd names In base baseball 1HUe1HL1I baseball ¬
ball the following short Hat shows showsthat IbOW8that showsthat
that the Murphy Reillys SfaUhs Sfalthsand SfaUhsand smtthspad
and Joneses are being pushed pu ed into intotbe Jatotlte intothe
the background by h the comers and andphenomc andpJaeJt01R8 andphonons
phonons eomin coming up from the lowly lowlyminors Jowlyralner lowlyminers
minors Rapp Lapp Snapp Krapp KrappTJpp KraPPUppp aPP aPPUpp
TJpp Krupp Knapp a and d PlpP are arenow areBOW arenow
now looking for honors Then theres theresBackoff theresBackofl theresBackoil
Backoff Jvlckwiback Ii kenbask and Divorskl DivorsklStovall DWorskLStovall
+ 4 4Stovali
Stovall and Lajole were the rHnpeUers rHnpeUersfor nID angel eUeni eUenifor
for Cleveland yesterday Oat oftimes of tow towtimes towtimes
times at the bat each got two hits sad sadtbe aDdtlte arilthe
the same number of runs One of ofLarrys otLarrys ofLarrys
Larrys hits was a a triple He also stele steleone stele8RC stoleone
one base basePhiladelphia brutePhiladelphia
6 6PbIla
Philadelphia PbIla eiPJat captured the second same sameof gaIIteef gamof
of the series from the tea Bo Americans Americansyesterday AMerieyenlay Asteieas0yoterday
yesterday by one run ht the ninth ninthHarry alathg alathHa1ry ninthinning
inning inningHarry g
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Harry Colllflower CoWSIower8Plt appointed IRted umpire umpireby
by y President Johnson was formerlyocaapled formerlyoccupied formerly formerlyoccupied
occupied as scout for the Detroit Detroitelab DetroIteIb Detroitclub
club Several of the men who w o may maywear 111 111wear s
wear a Tiger Ttg r uniform some IDe time me in tatbe i ithe j jthe
the future were tipped off by the themaa themaR theman
maR who te now Jt W an arbitrator arbltr M Many MJanyclaim XanTclaim Manyclaim
claim that aa umpire is In better betterthe better1S be beposition
position to Judge a ball P player than thanthe
ourse = =
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the seas who tries to size the young youngsters youngstars
stars up from l a seat in the grand sraadstand grandstand 4 4staH
stand standWagner standWagner
S
Wagner got away a with the only stolen stoteKbase stoteaDue stolenbrae
base te yeeternay y9et ays PMtedetohtaPoston PMtedetohtaPostongaave PisRadetpBogame
game gaaveIra pmeIra gameIra
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Ira Thomas was the aearsbjggar ear lllMer for forPhuadetphia forPiro
Phuadetphia in yesterdays ye gcn tease WIth wltitBoston WIthBo withBastes
Boston Out of two times at te bat h hond he heODd becad
ODd ElberfeW sins singled d to left leftbases dung the theaseB theGem
bases Uaglaub forced ElbfeeW El 6 i eN ix ixfer eM eMIn Gemicr
fer scoring sfl t fl g aDd McBride ta taktug third thirdLetivett Ua1rdLeltvelt thirdO
and
Letivett O batted for Beckendorf Beckenaorfto aad a drove droveto
to Gardner Gr aer Unglaub stopped on the Use Itoejust 11Deju Usejust
just as Gardner Grd er was about to teach wek himthrow him himaad himBel
and forced a throw to first T en TJn TJnglanb UIlglaub
glanb ran back barb1i to first hi safety In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime meantimeran 1i MeBrtie < eBde i iemith had scored Ain Atnsmkfc
smkfc batted ttee for Refaliag R and pepped to toi toKJaIglt toKnight
i Knight KJaIgltThe The Score ScoreI ScoreWJ
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slugs pitched by Walker Walker 1 111 2 DY y Role ReIS1i RoleMug
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ftve rune ta the fourth and fifth innings inningsthe in aln3
in the second game of the doubleheader doubleheaderwith
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Phil Phi Lewis continues to do great greatstunts Cfeatatnm greatstunts
stunts in U the American AssociationNone Association AssociationNone AsodatiooNone
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however ar are grabbing for him Of Ofi orample Ofample
i ample ability J fully qualified to pla play playwIth playwith y ywith
with the beat ea1 of them this boy pn pthimself p pnhimself + c chimself
himself out of the fastest company
by ids hi disposition 4Jt and the big big league leaguemanagers league1Qnagers 1 1managers
managers dottt seem to rea realize ize that thatthat thattlaat thatthat
that dispositioa 4i has changed chaD ed vastly YaBt1 YaBt1for
for the better In the last two years yearsBy yearsBy
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By winning yesterdays rdars game the Chi Chicago ChIca80 ChlCttaao ¬
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Cincinnati CincinnatiThe Cttaao tI tIThe
The St St Louis Nationals won their theirJIrst theirJIrstgame first flrstgame firstt
game t of Ole season from Pittsburg yes yesterday 7 7tenia yeay yeaS yeaJack ¬
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Jack Knight tao has pulled the Yankee Yan Tankee Yankee
kee team through to many a victory victorythis dctoTthis vktorythis
this season has been hitting hitti in fine fineform Aneform fineform
form Right RidttlOW now ore th the e allaround wlayer wlayerof y yof
of the Hflltoo team is bittinr over the themark theJIIIIrlt themark
mark atii striven ea for by most ball players playersKniicht J ayer5KJJ1d1t playersKnlcht
Kniicht must not be overiocked overl ked for the themanner theJRaJ1Der themanner
manner in which be has played 1la ed all posi positions positl positietis ¬
tions for the Tank team t There are a afew ar afew
few r dubs ta the American Leajroe Le Leag ue whowould who whowould 1Ih 1Ihwould
would like to have the tall fellow fell for fortheir Cortbeir forthek
their flrstsacker flintsackerWilbur flrstsackeri A er
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i Wilbur Corey the young Toronto TorontoI Terontopitcber Torontopitcher
I pitcher who has been laid up in a zBaltimore aBaltimore aBaltimore
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ltiDg get along very well President iTeauientcry PresidentMc eL t tlcCa4e17
Mc lcCa4e17 cry has received recelY a not rate fromthe from frontthe fromthe
the doctor fat attendance saying PIle that thathe thatbe thats
he is l s Improving bn fsoon steadily and will willsoon w111001I
soon be out of the hospitalBates hospital hospitalBates taI taIBtes +
Bates and Doomn Deal ea got three runsaPneon runs runsapiece un unapleee
apiece In yesterdays yesterdayyn Y game with withBrooklyn withBrooklya withBrooklyn
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rooters in Boston than any other etCervt etCervtIting vis visiting vJ vJItlag < ¬
iting team Pat Dougherty y FredParent Fred FredParent FredPareat
Parent Billy Bin Sullivan Ami Amity > y MeCon MeConnell MeC Jf Con Conneil n nnelI
nell and Harry Lord are erBoston erBostonplayers exB08tonplayers ezBostonplayers
players Billy Sullivan having once oncen OTeheld onceheld
n held ld forth with th the Hob Nationals Nationalsand Nationalsand l land
and Jack Collins hail from Ceo Newton XewtorA SewtorCATARRH NewtonCATAR
CATARRH CATARRHASYSTEMIC CATAR P H
I A ASYSTEMIC BLOOD DISEASE RISE
Catarrh is not merely an affection affectionof
of the mucous membranes j it is a adeepseated adeepxated adeepseated
deepseated blood disease in which whichthe whichthe rniclithe
the entire circnJatioa ci and greater greaterpert greater1J greaterpart
pert of the system are involved invo veg It Itis Itis Itis
1J is more commonly manifested manffes Tnsnlir ted in In the thehead thehead thehead
head nose and throat because beci of the thesensitive thesensitive thesensitivenatureof
= sensitive sensitivenatureof nature of these thesememhanes thesemembtanesandalso aiembranea aiembraneaand
andalso and also because becausethey they are aeDlOlFeasiIy aemoiteasilrreacbed itto p easily easilyreached
landa1SO reached by irritating infinencqs in u from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the outside The symptoms of Ca Ca1tsrr1I i
jtarrh such as a tight feeling in the thehead thehead theI
head nose stopped up throat throatclogged throatdogged
Iclogred I clogged and dry hacking cough coeghetc cougheke Goghetc
etc show sbowtbat that the tiny tinyWoodeSSe1s blood vessels
Hof jof thenucous the jaucoos mucous membranes are badly badlyi ba badlycongestedfind ly lycongested
i congested congestedfind and inflamed from the imipnrities im imiparities imipnrities
ipnrities in the circulation To cure careCatarrh cureCatarrh cureI
I Catarrh permanently the blood mustbe mustbe must mustbe
be purified and the system cleansed cleansedjof cleansedlor cleansedjof
jof all unhealthy matter Nothing Nothingjequals Nothingequals r rjequals
jequals S S S for this purpose purpose It Itlattacks Itattacks t tattacks
attacks the disease at its head goes goesdown goesdown goesdown
down to the thebottom bottom of the thetroubIe trouble and andmakes andmakes andmakes
makes a coplete co coplete co coplete
plete aDd last lasting 1astI ¬
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the blood bloodThen bloodI
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I to heal he a the thehead theI thehead
I head is iscleared iscleared iscleared
cleared breathing becomes natural saturaland Daturaand naturaland
and easy the throat is no longer longerclogged longerclogged longerdogged
clogged and every unpleasant unpleasantsymptom unpleasantsymptom unpleasantsymptora
symptom of the disease disappears disappearsS
S S S is the gi grqtest test of all blood bloodpurifiers bloodpurifiers bloodpurifiers
purifiers and for forlhis This is reason is the themost themost themost
most certain cure for Catarrh Book Bookon
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