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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, October 01, 1910, Last Edition, Image 10

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was given a rousing rousln reeeiKton as h hcame he heeme hecame
came oa n the fl field ld here yesterday for forthe torUte fotthe
the Urst time t e since nce he was1 wa Installed l Itafl talled by
Owner FarrclL Fa IL Two handsome banket banketi beaketaof
of e flewers eW r8 and two woenormous wo enormous horseshoes hO borseshowere e5h e5hwere
were teaderod him bimon on the diamond The Theuteyers Thelyers The4syers
uteyers of the Xew York awl Washing Washington ashlnl ashlnltOR
ton teams then took oft their caoe ca and andcongratulated andceugratulateti
congratulated ulnt ifanaser Jlana r Chase at the thej theIsTae I
luttae I e plate The whole aggregation B aggregationtheu gregaUoBt
then t < i posed i for ora a picture phtur4lhatIeept phtur4lhatIeeptOLovgJllln plcture4hatia thatis rcept ezeeptSIlk rceptSttk
SIlk OLoughlin the dignified umpire umpinT1C umpireThe
The fioral iora horseshoes however bo r did net l1ete1R notseem
seem to bring brln the th New e Vork ork date any anyJttek anyItuck
lack as BoO Groom made them take takethe takethe ke ketbe
the small ond of the Rajne ane ne bv 6 to 3 3 Al Although 1
though the Yankees made eight o1 ht hits h off f11 f113rooiu i
Groom they were wcreunablc unable to 1iCore core until I It Ithe
the t e seventr Inning Innln and then th n again anlrln anlrlnUte in inthe Inthe
the ninth ninthWashington ninthWash1ntton V VWashington
Washington made Its first run In the thethird tiletJlkd thethird
third ranin Lilian lIan the th first 111 p walked walkedaad waJke4and walkedand
and on Elbrfelds out went to SecoM SecoMtInnlAham5 secondunxilngJuam
Cunninghams z infield hit out him 0 otaJrd 0tQkcL 0teird
taJrd He scored on Somerlotts single singlet
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In the fifth round Washington count counted countof
ed again a Groom made first n t base when wileRCbaee whenChase
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third Milan was Issued another pass passElberfcJd pasElbertcld passElborfeld
ElberfcJd bunted Walker was not fast fastenough fastenouSh fastenough
enough to make third and was thrown throwno thrownMAt thrownowit
o MAt it by Warho W3rhoJ Curojlngham doubled doubledwhich doublehicn doubledwhich
which hicn scored illlan 2nd nd ElberfekL ElberfekLOse ElberteldORe ElberfeldOne
ORe mere run was made In the eighth eighthSchaefer eighthSdlaeter eighthSchaefer
Schaefer singled to left field and crossed crossedthe croseed1be crossedthe
the plate on ilcBrides long double t tthe to tothe tthe
the left J t In the ninth Groom walked walkedMilan wa walkedMilan ked i itta1I
Milan knocked the ball to the center centerHeld castereld 1 11k
Held 1k eld 1d fence whlclr whl 1r scored Groom iljian iljianmade Mftanmode
made the home plate on Cunninghams Cunninghamsngie Cunnlnghainssingle
single engleHere singleHere ngie ngieHere I
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two out In the seventh Gardner singled singledmade singledmade I
made second and third on a wild pitch pitchand pltcJIand pitckand I
and scored on Crees one base lit
Knight doubled over Schaefers head HI HIthe xithe
the ninth inning Gardner smashed a aSi1 aclean
Si1 dean sIngle st Jc to left which ch brought
Knight home Cree and Austin u uatkt tla both bothsingled I
singled and on Blalns saeriSce fly y
Gardner tallied taUledThe The sore ScoreWashington soreVasilinton SoreWsmngton I
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the boy bo who made Lancaster caster famous famousand falDOUSaDd famousand
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Barney Williams who has a record of oftwentysix 0tW8Rtysb oftwetys4x
twentysix straight wins and Peck Mil Miller 2141i 2141ilou fil filJcr ¬
lou who beat Jack McCarron a pair of ofhusky erhueky ofhusky
husky nuiddleweights wilt come comeV cometo to together toether together ¬
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whole team for whinIng the best points potataabout potR pointsabastV 1 1a
about a abastVthe q t the game ia which whichtrimmed hkhukbtgtOR Washtegrton Washtegrtontrmtaied I It
trimmed t tnun New York yesterday were th thpitching the theI I
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Cunningham Groom needed the win wiaatng wtaI winiwiug
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for or he Is easily discouraged ourage aDd had hadrather hadrather I Irather
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whom we baveat aeon een at yet t Ma Mapped Mappedoat ped1 ped1out I Iout
out two singles and nd a double and his hishite hiskita
kita wore ere all factors In tie result Xo Xodo Noewt o oit
do ewt it t seems te exist but what he will wUIke willmake HI HImake
make ke good both in the field fi and at the thebat thebat
bat A As Washington Ingten has needed a sec second second seeend ¬
ond baeeaMUi Da of substance for about aboutsix aboutMX aboutala
six year he will be an extremely wel welcome we4ooe ¬
come sojourner In our fair city and WK WKshall w wsleall fI fIaD
shall see V to It that Ite ae is net bnjtslteed bnjtslteedby rttalkedIty
by taking ia the fight ght pictures picturesThe picturesne picturesThe
The achievement a heYem of Walter Johnson Johnsonla
la setting a workls F8rld record of 397 strike strikeouts strlkeouto strksouts ¬
outs with the prospect of makluj maki it at atleast atleast t
least ut 3t9 fa enough to set the Wash Washington WashInglon ab abIngton ¬
ington fans fa agg bot they need n not go gocrazy gocrazy 0 0eray
crazy on the subject Johnson Johneonk is an anextremely anextremel anextremely
extremely able young youn businee bwlin maR maawith maRIth manwith
with Ith a rated far shrewder hrewd r than hU hUQutet hi hiqvt Mieulet
Qutet qvt manners rs would Indicate He is isgetting IssetUn Isgetting
getting all that t is I coming to to him and aadmakes andJUakes andiuikes
makes that a point In Ue ife if He Is signed signedto
to a oneyear contract contra t with Ith Washlng WaahinbI
ton too although a a8treD stroaff attempt was wasmade wasmade
made last spring to Induce him to sign signfor signtor signfor
for two years yea Johnson felt that he hebroke
broke the record for whiffing men and andhe aRCIf andIf
If he did he wanted to o be in a position po5ltlenI
to ask an increase in wages That I Itast 18 18It
tast It t where he is BOW The fact that t at he hebroke hebroke bebrohe
broke the record for srriffiag mea aad aadtherebr
himself extrastreag I Itin
thereby made an
drawing tin wipg card is going to be used by byhim bYI
him as a aa argument a ment for more money moneyCome moneynext
next year just as sue as you are born bornCome
Come to think of it where does It Itmoney Itcome itcome 1
come In t at a man who has so much muchmone muchmpoey
money he Is suffering severely e er ty rent fremennui rentODDIII fromennui
ennui shevld have no trouble In get getof getting getting
ting a DIstrict jab when ihere are Ioml Iomlor lets letsof
of perfectly compete t feW wUi Ut CIII cliii cliiidren
dreo to support to whom tfe the salary salarywould S8larywould salarywould
would be a godse gocise4 gocise4Johnsonz d dJohnsons d
Johnsons record by the way was > not notLeague notemy notonly
only the high mark for the Amorlcn AmorlcnLeague men n nLeape
League but for f the world This will willattract UI UIattract
attract much attention to him aDd we weexpea weexpect
expect to see him used as a lever by byBaseball bojI byr
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York the last 8 series rles with Itb Boston and Xew NewYork I
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Princeton baseball baS ebaU players daring dU n ng the thefall lhefall Ihefall
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soon have a a DeW bail park with a graad graadstaad graadsta41 grandstand
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as manager of the Danville ThreeI ThreeILeague ThreeILeague
League team for the next season seasonIt seasonIt easonIt
It looks as if Plttsburg had picked icked up upI upa
a a bear in First baseman Kading frmcr1ly ormct
ly of the Bau Claire Win W1s club clubC clubLeuI
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1 Loot L T Pieper the formerHarvard formerHarvardceaca former Harvard Harvardcoach
coach and J B It Sullivan of Boston Bostonhave Bostonhave
purchased purc ed the Lawrence fcewj New NewEngIandl j
BaglaadT dT League club clubCatcher clubI
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Catcher Ed Sweeney of the t e High Highlanders Hi Highlanders h hlaMers
landers win be out ef the game for the thebalance t thebalance e i ibalanee
balance of the season on account of ofan f fan
an injured hand handIn I
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In a recent re Dt game at Hinckley HLJ HLJPitcher ni niPitcher DL DLPitcher
Pitcher Pierce purchased by the Boston BostonAmericans BoMonAmeriCaDs BostonAmericans
Americans from Augusta Ga struck struckout struefeat struckout <
out nineteen men and allowed but oa oahit OBBit one oneMt
hit in seven Innings inniagsWhile innIRgsVhile InningsS InningsWhile S
While Mamward has ha not shown SllWi SllWiworth 11o1Jwerth 1109 1109worth
worth of pitching pltchlnlslnce since he Joined the theGiants theGiants theGiants
Giants Manager McGraw believes the theRube theRube theRube
Rube is made ma e of the right stuff and will willheld willV willheld ni nihold V
held him fer a while longer longerManager longerManager longerC longerManager
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Manager McGuire of Cleveland CleelandcouJd CleelandcouJdplace could couldplace couldplace
place a Dlse Ds e team in the field all the theplayers thepIaTds theplayers
players hrving played in the South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The Dixie lineup follows Catchers CatchersClarke CatchersClarke CatchersClarke
Clarke Land Adams and Smith pitch pltchers pitchers pitchera
ers Mitchell Dale Fanwell Msyberry Msyberryfirst Mayb Yb lT lTftrst rryllrst
first base Hohrhorst second base Bail Bailthird Balthird Baiithird
third base Bronkle shortstop Knaupp Knauppoutfield Knauppoutfield Knauppoutfield
outfield Jackson JaCt on Niles and Doane DoaaeUtility DoaneUtl DoaneS DoaneUtilty
S
Utility Utl lty First FrstBaseman Baseman John CoUins of ofthe o othe ofthe
the White Sox Injured In a recent game gamewith gamewith I Iwith
with Boston is greatly improved Impro e1 and it itIs Itis ItIs
Is believed that he will escape serious seriousconsequences sertousconsequencett sertusconsequences
consequences The muscles and liga ligaments 1lgaments flgamasts ¬
ments under his ribs were torn and andbruised andbruised andbruised
bruised but it is not believed the in internal int Internal
ternal t ma1 injuries will prove serious It 1 t Is Isscarcely IsrcelY Isscarcely
scarcely rcelY probable that he will play playagain J1lg playagain
again g ln this season seasonCaptain seaSODCaptain seasonCaptain
Captain David Rowan of the U e Distiller Distilerteam DlstiHerteam Distillerteum
team will In all probability be the own owner o owner n ner ¬
er of the Peoria PeoriaVfrahis franchise in the III IIILeague 111Leasue ILLLeague
League in 1911 A movement m vemntls vement is now on onfoot unfoot onfoot
foot for the popular Distiller boss to toget toget toget
get control of the majority of the stock stockand stocdmd Z4OCtnd
and nd should the deal be consummated consummatedit
it is expected that Peoria will have a apennant apentJant apennant
pennant winning team for the th first time timein timein timein
in many years cars
a
which Fletcher amid amidtbe V the thekeeping iierag1tatrz iierag1tatrzof oa1 tna tnaot
ot the alleged new loegue e WftJJt WOVV Y I them themsetyes IL
3etYe tn Into the newspapers Johnson 15 15keeping Iskeeping
keeping discreetly dlecreeU meat deBt and letting the xhethiag thething he hething
thing ferment He Is apparently witl witling wI1lag ta1 ¬
ing to pat himself in the position of be belag e
lag r tad ready ady to sign with Ith the tb highest hest b4J WJdr b4Jder
dr Irrespective kT peetiTc of the national Ral com commission cornmission ¬
mission and organized bail il can canhardly canant1 canhardly
hardly ant1 be blamed for working WOIic lt beta end endagainst endagainst ends endsagainst
against the middle 1dd and If J the t Fletcher Fletchererewd Fletchercrowd
crowd shews hiss the thecoiB coin nt the bank In lahis InWe inIsle
his name e the matter of J jumping aptag frem fremWashington fromWashington
Washington ah1 1 on where he made hte reputa reputation reputation reiztalion ¬
tion fs not likely to bother him a a nttle nttlezaiaute Cttl CttlmlDute lttIeminute
minute zaiauteThe minuteThe
The football game oa a Georgetown GeorgetownField G6Or GeorgetownField etoWA
Field this U s afternoon will not be aspect especially aspectally ¬
all ally important but it should be worth worthseeing worthMeIDl worthS worthJust
seeing MeIDlJust seeingJust
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Just as has been anticipated Garry Garryt
t Horrman arises te t rea remark ark that he heDOt can caaI cannot
I DOt see how the worlds series can be beI begirt begin
I gin before October IS all of which is isthe Isthe Isthe
the result of the childish ard petty pettymetbdB pettymethods
I methods of Charley Murphy whose tac tactics tactics ¬
tics are dolag much to maJciag the Xa Xai a atlonal atIonal
i tional League gue as unpopolor as it was waswhen V8Swben waswhen
when the American League broke into intoi Intothe
i the Add The series should sho hl have atart atartover atarted
ed on October 30 aBd have boost over by
October 2 < X NOW Nowlt it may n ay not be ever everbefore eVKbefore overbefore
before O tober 23 or 39 It promises to tobe tohe
be a bad struggle Sle > a and d may go the full fullsevea taUleVeB fullseven
seven frames nes in which ieh case allowing
three d das i s for playing and traveling to toeeb toeeh
eef eeb b pair of games we have a total of ernine ofnine
nine and then if a jump is necessary
for the seventh game we could have haveeleven haV haVeieven haveeleven
eleven days All this takes no account accountof
or rain Think of that and weep Play ¬
lug baseball baaeba up p te t Xovember 1 1 And
the games are supposed 8 to represent representthe
ia it eeds
1 1aDd
the culmination or the seasons work workand workand
and the highest expesKkm Q of C the he na national n national ¬
tional pastime Aa a matter of fact tact It
is likely to be so cold that the men n will
hardly play half way up to their form formBob formBob formC formBob
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Bob Unslaub Ln Jaub ha baq fielded his position positionweft positionwelt posltjomjwell
weft this seasea even If he has DOt bat batThe latted batted
ted much mvdtThe muchThe
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The way the then AVaahinptoa OR team keeps keepsstickles keepsgUckl
stickles gUckl r from week w to week at exactly
1 29T is anctaer a Uter of the freaks which have havemade havenuad ave
made the team such a a curiosity eur tt Jest Jestas JWlta2 Justa
as a it fe about to fall below that rather ratheratiay ratherpvDy ratherpuny
puny mark it has one or two t wo woames s good goodgames od odgames
games and clixahs back to exactly the thesame tZ4JDe
same oercb per erzb The Th Individuals change changeVvond cblm e
Vvond wotIdirftslly rfiillv IB their standiac but the thet t e
t am as a whole bangs to the the28li 295 The
UsaMronx 1JSA tron fall of Halstoa In the past pastweek pastweek pastweek
week will nfl be b noted not while Germany
Schaefer boosted boost d Wiasrtf 111D r twenty tw Jtty vomls vomlsbr OOin1sby noinsbr
br his wild flurrr in Chicaeo He got srotoae gotone ot otODe
ODe hit out of four times yesterday vesterdaywhich yesterdaywhkh estcr ay aywhleh
which reduced him somewhat but ut the theGerman theeIJl1n thetermaU
German eIJl1n Is likely to raIse himselt to toiibout toabout toabout
about J3S with which to end the seaaoa seaaoaand S seasocand OB
and we hOf bfttte he does for It will help elp
him next year
From the Gridiron GridironHoward I
Howard Jones the tlteoW old Yale player is iseeaeMaK iseoaeWltf iseoaehn
eeaeMaK eoaehn at Ohio State University UDITenltTJater but butlater bulater
later wfl n assist Ted Coy at New Haven HavenKraenzioln
t tKraenzleln
Kraenziein the greatest of all Inter iatercoHagiate Intercollegiate
collegiate hurdlers h nllers Is training the foot football
ball all men at the University of Michigan WchlgallI
It has be been i ilgared red oaf ou that a ae fiekl fieklJude OekIiudg d
Jude will have xive to nm just 4 miles m mYards Illyards
yards in the t1lecourSe course of t a caaaipioaship caaaipioashipgaate c cbampieoahlpWalter ampleuhlpWaitoc
gaate gaateWaiter
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Waiter Camp Jr and HeiNday HellWa Phil Phllare
Bin are being tried out with the Yale Yalevarsity Yalevarsity Yalevarsity
varsity squad Both were members of
the freshmen team last year yearThompson yearThompson yearThompson
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Thompson the old Andover guard lUardWho guardwho
who a few years r ago was waated by b bevery
every college bat t finally went to foCor foCornell Cor CorManaKer Corhell
nell is coaching university of Pittsburg PittsburgManager
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Manager de d TClodt t of the Harvard Harvardeleien Harvardeleven
eleven 18 n Is a junior aDd will manage manageDe man manage e
the Crimon next all as well aa this I
De Wln > vin t Is the best manager since sln
Jack Reynolds time timeFoster timeFoster timeFoster
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Foster Sarfprd was said to receive i
556CO a season SWiO l when he coached Co Cei i
lurobiR a few years ars ago this sum sumbelnb being I Ithe Ithe
the son sane as Is I BOW paid Percy Haugh i
ton at irarvard irarvardA 1 iarvarA = arva
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A change in in the management of the
Harvard varsity yarst club in Iz Cambridge has baseJayed
delayed the opening QP So far f r the foot ¬ I
ball J 1I inCa rn A have done the best they Ut could couldwith couldwith
with Ilh cafe and lunchcoanter eats 6 datsThe ts tsThe j jThe
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The Hayard Ha Hayard are season tickets tlek s which
have just ju t been issued will admit to the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle sections on the west est side of ofthe
the he stadium to the Bates Bowdoin
Williams Amherst Brown and Cornell Cornellgames Cornellg2I11e5 Cornellgames
games gamesKraenziein g2I11e5Rr games1reizlcIn
Kraenziein Rr 1reizlcInVthC CI1dcln VthC the greatest of e all Inter Intercollegiate Intercollegiate ¬
collegiate collegiatehutdlers hurdlers has ia begun work workof t
training the oot1Ml1I men at UDtversl jJ21v0r8113of 1
of Michigan 1I hhan where bere he has succeeded
Keone Fitzpatrick FI trlck who Is now at I
Princeton PrincetonPrior PrizicetonPrior
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Prior to the season of 1SS7 f the quar quarterback Quarterback quarterback ¬
terback was Allowed to run with the themany
ball Harry Peecher of Ya1 scored so soman somany
many man touchdowns for the New ew Haven Haventeam Haventfani Haventeam
team tfani running runnJn from his position at atquarter atQuarter atquarter
quarter in 1SSS 1S 1SS that the following toUowIn fall fallthe rallthe failthe
the rules l s were tI re changed chansredIf chan d dIf
If you OU have any ideas that you youdesire yo yodesire youdesire
desire embodied in a Suit or Over Overcoat Overcoa Overcoat ¬
coa coat ye we are prepared to carry carr out outthose outthose outthose
those ideas to your satisfaction satisfaction3Xewest satisfactionNewest fufactiontsXewest
Newest imported woolens of choice
Moderate prices pricesFrederic pricesFrederic pricerFrederic
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Frederic A Cochran Co Co CoMow CoT1 CoThilors
Mow T1 iWOrSj importers Impo rt ers A3 Above 606 Y 13th west Sf d J
SERIES MAY OPEN OPENOCTOBER OPENOCTOBER
OCTOBER 18 OR 19Garry 19 19Garry i
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Garry Herrmann H rrmann Sees Small SmallHope SmallJ
J V Hope of an Earlier Start StartThan StartV StartThan I IThan
Than That ThatCLCIXXATI ThatCINCINNATI I ICIXCIXXATT
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CINCINNATI Oct QctLThat That the theVoollds theVoolldsserIes worlds worldsseries worldsseries
series will l hardly lIar lr be started Before Oc Octiber Oet Octtber
tiber t er 13 er 19 Is IS the tJI gist ef a statement statementissued 3ttem statemeuitIssued tlt tltJe6ued
issued by Chairman Chain zn August Au 6t Herrmann Herrmannof Herrmannol
of the Natonal Commission CommissionHe
He says that h be i hardly thinks there thereis
is the least possibility po sIbIlItj now now of moving movingup meYl g gup
up the game scheduled 8che uled between the Chi Chicago Cblca CMcag ¬
cago ca Cubs and the St St Louis L ahl Cardinals Cardinalsa 8 8aa
a aa an a that this game me will be played by bythem bythem bythem
them on the date ate Cb scheduled dulw Wh4l Wh4lBCrr While WhileHerrmann VnileIl4
Herrmann Il4 BCrr ± nann ann could give gh HO absolute infor information f huforwation fnr fnrsration ¬
mation as to the tlt time for the opening openinghfc penID penIDI
hfc indicated tD4icst that k will mkardly hardly be before be before
I fore Tuesday or r vypdnesday of that toatI thatweek
week eic which win In make It ItOctober tob r IS or orIn i iI1
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In the Hist ia place e I K wfll 8i tc bc 4 Impossible impossibleto I Ito
to have the t e series owm oiionon oto on the tlieJ < 16th be be bee
cans P U9 ts4 that tat Is V Sunday Sund and no no zanies ZUtte5can zaniescan be1
can Fe F played Dlav laod In 1 = Ph PhilJUielphitron ariolphiar oa the theSabbxrh theSabbath
SabbAth Sincethe Since the Sates t ferthc for 1c games Jmme8are gamesare ame I
are to t be b 1 sttl settled l before ol ihedrxwlnp the lie VtAwln raW1ng Is tedone IslIone Isdone
done for fo the trtace DI ce this Gate cannot be beconsidered 1 1C9Dsldered
considered V VV VNext I Icxt
V Next cxt tc pliv uhva a game aroe e in Chicago CJtI ago on onMonday onfondzT onMondny
Monday wilt he tc t 1hLy DRT te too many manyempty man mantmf Jflnyem1r
empty tmf bemhes nc hes liecau 1 C3Dt CaeseV > e CWcage people peopleare Jeop4er peopleare
are r usualfy uf ja1Tv too busf bu with their Personal oersonalaftair D Personalaflaii rsonal rsonalaQaljoj
aftair to TO g te e a a ball came on that day
Therefore Tuesday rv ayer or Wednesday odne day ay will will4n willIn willin
In V air il pT 2siPltbllIty prfll INthiUty iblllty be > tflcked m ked as s S The = day dayfor da dafor dayfor
for the a1t1nfr ttt trtrllns If f tko t 1 blc k Iwttte IwttteThat 11tUleTha lrnttieThat
That 0 cgames gani s will bedeaid a by Jot Jotwas Jotwas lotwas
was said d today byCfcalrman Herrmann Herrmannto
to be the tn only way to settle the matter matterWhen matterWhen matterWhen
When asked ed about the statement that tliatthe Utatthe thatI I
I the starting of the series would be de de
l elded c1d d b the flipping of a coin he hepointed heI
I pointed out the rules in the National Nationalgames NaUonalJ
J Jr
J Agreement which provide that these thesegames
games b < settled by lot Jot and said that thatthis thattbls thatthis
r this way of deciding them has been in Inprattke
practice p tic ever ev r since the worlds rlds series seriesfeature serlesreatur seriesfeature
I feature reatur was started nd would be continued continned con continued ¬
I tinued tinuedGtflfiGETOM tinuedIHEURGETOWN V V V VV VV1flEORQETON
IHEURGETOWN GtflfiGETOM TRIES TRIESPractice THIESI TRIESNE
I NEW NE RULES TODAY TODAYPractice TODAYPractice
Practice Game With Seamen SeamenGunners SeamenGunners SeamenGunners
Gunners School SchoolMay SchoolMayNot May MayNot
i Not N ot Use StarsThe Stars StarsI I IThe
i
j I The first opportunity opp rtuDity offered to Washingtonians Wash Washiagtoaians ash ashIngtomans
iagtoaians to see 3 test t of the ntcch ntcchr
r nged football rules ruI s will come this tafeaifernooa thtut thisazternoon
aifernooa ut I1100Z at 4 oclock ocl ik at Georgetown Geergetowafield Georgetownfleld
field n td when Georgetown etcnrn meets the eleven cleveaf elevettf
I f representing the Seamen Se men Gunners GannersSchool G GunnersI nners nnersc
f I School c ool oolThe V VI 1 1The
I > The game ga ie was only siy arranged after4 after4Georgetown after afterI
I Georgetown eorgetown had wired to practically practicallyan practka1Iyevery
every er miner college in this section in inI Inan f
I an effort effor to fill Al the date left open when whenthe whenthe I Ithe
the schedule was originally formed formedGeorgetowns
I t Georgetowns team this fall Is cocr cocrcidered C9 C9t con conaldered I
t cidered especially strong hUt the th Gun GunDera GunI
j I aers team is composed compOS of a big set of ofmen ofmen
men who are hoping to prove moot moottroublesome ttroublesome mosttroublesome I
troublesome to the west end coUagians coUagiansCoach eoUe collegansCoach ans ansCoach
I Coach Xeilson enson Is not willing wI1itn to take takeany takeany takeany
any chances cha es with his men who are arej aref
j f I net In prime condition and a for that thatreason thatreSOJl thatI
I reason it I te unlikely that either Feenan FeenanI
I I aDd AVyniard will start Even with withthis WithI withthis
this pair out out the varsity will have haveseven haveseven haveseven
I seven of last seasons eleven in the thegame theI thegame
I game The Th punting In Wyroards ab absence ab absence absonee ¬
sence win m probably be done by Fury Furythe Furyth Furythe
i the th former Georgetown prep prepThe prepThe prepThe
The probable lineup UaettpGeorgetown I1R lineupGeorgetown 1Ip 1IpGeorgetown
Georgetown Positions Poel S Sea a Gunners GunnersHasgarty GunnersHa GunnersHaggartyI
Hasgarty Ha HaggartyI gart L L E EDRnnaman EDRnnamanBryant EDannamaaBryant Dannaraan DannaraanBryant
Bryant Feeaaa FeenanL L T TMUler TMUlerney Miller MillerDailey MillerDefley
Dailey ney Kerwin KerwlnL L G GBrown GBrownCunntif Brown BrownCunnlff n nCunnlt
Cunnlff Center u Turner TurnerFitzgerald TurnerF1 TurnerFizgeraid
i Fitzgerald F1 geraJd SueBsR G Fox FoxSlohtaian
i Slohtaian SoblmanWymardll WymardB T TBeerman TBeermanCarter Beerman BeermanCarter BeermiUlCarter
Carter Barrtcelk BarrlceUoR > R E EHaDes EHaDesSltterdinbQ EHaynesSltterdingQ Haynes HaynesSitterding
Sitterding SltterdinbQ Q B BBornker BBornkerDl Bornker BornkerDunn
Dunn Dl 1n L I H HLa La Selle SelleKraft SeneKraft SelleKraft
Kraft TlymanP v anF B BVolsht BVolshtEWYOR BVoightEambertoziB Volght VolghtFury
Fury XarabertoriR H Lyons LyonsIEW
IEW EWYOR E m K mm mmXEW OW OWNERSWILL ERSOOI ERSOOIi
i j j I WILL ILL MEET TODAY TODAY1 TODAY1NEW I IEW
NEW YORK Qct JL 1Frank Frank Farrell rrllm rrllmowner i iowuero i iowner
owner of the New York Americans has I Ian ian
an appointment to meet John T Brush BrushO1Jler Brushowner j jowner
owner of the New ew York Nationals to today to today
day It ip i probable that a statement statementwill I
will be given out late toniorrow after atterDOon afternoon j
noon about the postseason season series be beThe beThe J
The journey from fro Chicago taxed Mr MrBrtzslfs I
Brtzslfs strength 33 he is not in good goodhealth goodhealth I
health and after his arrival yesterday yesterdayhe esteroayhe
he denied RI d himself to iolzt o interviewers lewers He Hetook I
took quarters at the Lambs L nbs Club and andit andIt andIt
it is jstbere there that the Anal arrangements arrangementswill
will willSecretary bo made
Secretary Gray of the Giants visited dsitedBrosh visitedBrush
Brush before escorting eseortla thv thi Giants to toBoston tOBostoc
Boston and Manager McGraw also alsomade a1somade
made a brief brl f can tlIIOR 5on his employer employerBrush employerBrush employerBrush
Brush is convinced that there is a big
demand for the th series here and after afterhis aftertalking
talking with other offtcia1s oL the club clubhis
his > ast objections are believed beIle ed to have havebeen
been swept away awa He had already alread de decidcd de
cidcd cl t to give his consent but withheld withheldthe withheldthe withheldthe
the announcement at the request of the theleague tkeleague theleague
league leagueIf
If nothing definite is given out today
It will be because the Chicago team has hasnot hasnot hasot
not ot yet et cinched the peaaaat The Cubs Cabsare Cubsare
are sure to win but will have to cap ¬
ture three more games gamesBetore before the Giants Giantsare Giantsare Giantsare
are counted out outAicALEERS outMCALEERS
AicALEERS ALLSTAR TEAM TEAMCLEVELAXD TEAMCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND D Ohio Oct L LSecretary Secretary
McRoy McRo of the American League here
today toda completing his signing or play ¬
ers for the AllStar team to plav five nvegames livegames
games with the Athletic in Philadel Philadelphia P1l1iadelphla Phfladetphia ¬
phia the week of October 1C 10 announce announcethat
that the lineup would be as follows
Lord third base Milan left field fieldSpeaker fieldSpeaker fieldSpeaker
Speaker center field Cobb right field rteMStahl field5taht
Stahl ft first st base e Elberfeld second base
McBride < shortstop AInsmith and andStreet
Street catchers Johnson White blte and andWalsh andWalsh
Walsh b pitchers Jim McAleer manager managerTo i iTo I
T To Marlboro Mib Races RacesVIA R RacesI RacesIVIA I IVIA
VIA VIACHESAPEAKE VIACHESAPEA VIACHESAPEAKE
CHESAPEAKE E BEACH RAILWAY RAILWAYExpress RAilWAYExpress RAILWAYExpress
Express trains leave Distret line at 11 a m mand 10and muand
and 1 an and 2 p as arriving at Marlboro In IBIS
IS 1 minutes minutesKxpress minutesExp minutesExpress
Express Exp trains leave can Marlboro Immedi Immediately Immedfat ftnmedlately ¬
at ately ly after last ltTICKETS rat ratTICKETS race raceTICKETS
TICKETS 50c ROUND ROUHDT91P ROUHDT91PSpec1althrouZh imp T3IPSpecial impSPecial
Special Spec1althrouZh through street can from Treasury
t
DISTRICT ELEVENS ELEVENSColleges ELEVENSOPEN ELEVENSOPEN
OPEN ON GRIDIRON GRlDmONI
Colleges s and High Schools SchoolsJBogage SchoolsEugage
Engage in First Foot Football FootV Football ¬
ball Games GamesWMi V
V
WMi th Ute ex esee exoepdoo ec WHIt WOIbkigisa
kigisa 3 We terD HIP H Scfcaat SdI iIraC iIraCery mac mactieRily pratccity
tieRily vory ery tem oC ipsstanse the thecity
city will l tMVgiirate aM the feeCbeJl V Vtoday s 58Oft on ontoday
today todayAt todayAt V VAt
At the MuM moment Eastern College CoOegeef CoIIeseMaa8IIIIS
ef MaaaaBas had to call O0T O the th aIDe aIDesaytag un unsayteg amne amnesaying
saying that tile team t was tar MO eendi eendities eeMltleB osudiIbis
ties to make the triP > as UM snood bad hadbeen badbeea badbeen
been out but two Or or three tbreeager day doysager Xn Xnager
ager Halter Bak mode e every peboibte pVmi bl eCar eCarto e40rto
to obtaIn a s game e oth otbe the ta t team r wilt be beforced beferce
forced te rest this afternoon It begins beginsto
to leek as though JobM J bis UOftMnc wouldgo would wouldgo wouldgo
go back on the Ha Batebedim Hatch ite eX nex j xt week weekat weeiat k kat
at present pr t V aIIII a ale 8 a game mt te ar arranged arranged atranged ¬
ranged for aeztwefc m zt eeek ek the teaift win De Deforcoo beforced oe oeforced
forced tate Int a blg lg g game without wuch wuchpreltmtoary IIUd1preUJDlDary neh nehpreliminary
preliminary work wodt workagainst a ain t other tfa0Mk tfa0MkSchool tp tpGSJIaUdet t tGIIudet
GIIudet dtisod wtUa sierS d nigh nighSchool h hSdtooI
School aDd nd the team t fn from > m Cmpitoi Hill Hillwttl Hillwill 14111will
will be e regarded re wjtfc wj4i toiereet s Gpexh GpexhDonnelly b bDonnelly
Donnelly te expecting expec J1o great result resu1ta Lit Little LttJe Littie ¬
tie is known of the Kendall K Green team teamsave beamsave m msave
save that a few ow veteran vet are oa head headAlexandria baDdAJeltJldna bondAlexandric
Alexandria will m be the scene of the tbeternocn tbEpI theFpiacops1husleses
EpI cnpILlhwnns 311gb ib me t a aterDOCJL ofternocu
ternocn The Eptec pisiit < p t HU H1 achooi 1ktaoo1alwap 8cbo l na naalways bus busalways >
always hiWlthe hatimeVreputanod VeputxOort putAQOdot Vof of Ua 305 fH a agood atrcm 5stronr
trcm tn1 15 tfe tfegood 4evelopod hy hygood
good men Bosmess hey heymany tei Vf6f Vf6fninny C Cmany
many of Its h jftTitst M men menponaat iiEn slc 0001401011 0001401011Ibcaikno t tftcat
ftcat Ibcaikno baa more thll1f th air tnt tntponant m mpOnam
ponaat part portia in the mhc mhcSeveral m2heuf c le1em le1emSevenal teiXn teiXnSeveral
Several of otihe the best e8t nen Jreahav jne h have ve gone one down downvte 40wnvia downvia
via the th auBk nk route and the team has hassuffered hsaurlered hassuffered
suffered materially materiallyTechnical materiallyT materiallyTechnical
Technical T Ch lcal High is making Dak 4 big bigsplurge b bsplurge bigsplurge
splurge UL the local football world this thisafternoon iIiff thIsafternoon
afternoon ff n and is putttae Ut IIC two teams in inthe in1M inthe
the Held Toe bs b4 team t m headed by byCeach lyC byCoach
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