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THE WASHIXGTOX Wih WuanrTm HIXGTOX TIMES c SUNDAY R1 lA Y OCTOBER 2 1910 19 19Pieliminary 19Frehminary
I Pieliminary Arrangements Are Completed Er New YeYork York Teams Teams to Play Seven Games
Doc Gessler Makes a Home HomeRunjn HomeRun HomeRun
Runjn Run In the Fifth FifthInning FifthInning FifthInning
t Inning InningNEW
NEW YORK QctTIoe Oct i The WaaMHgtoR WaaMHgtoRteas Waekiitgtomteasa
teasa teas was aCeated here yesttvtay YStt1ay1he M MTen ldthe
the fieCDIId pe 01 the tJt caries Dy i 10 10Tea L LFeu
Ten thousand fans turned out to toRussell Bee BeeRuawell seeRuesen
Russell Ford pitch for the New York Yorkflub Yorkdub Yorkclub
flub Incidentally he won MB twenty twentysixth tweIItytixth tweatysiath
sixth game Ford Fontpttcbed pitched anteadid ball ballthroughout ballth bailthrat
throughout th thrat boot fanning seven men and didnot did didnot Belnot
not allow a man It to walkOn walk walkOn walkOft
On the other hand New York did not nothare BOthayo aoihave
hare much trouble in piling up runs runsThe nmzThe runThe
The Nationals hit Ford hard at times timesbtyr tJmeosbu timesbtt
bu btyr he always managed to set et out of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th tight t places aee8 before aay real dsatagecould damage damagecould lLJllage lLJllagei
i could be done In tile third Inning Inningwho JRBiDbwhlI Inaingwhin
who the ball was wa passing g between betweentinsmith betweenAinsmith
Ainsmith and Gray Da Darnels stole ohe home homeIn homeIn borneIn
In bold fashion fashionNew fashionXew fashionNew
New York scored in the first HeMp
MH hilhit 1111 hit a high fly which hlcl1 Schaefer lost Jo t
in the sun and he made second base ba e on onthe onthe onthe
the play On a passed pu ed ball HemphUl HemphUlwent HempbUIWent Hemphillwent
went to third Knight KJd t was given a afree afree afree
free ticket cket A double steal was wa then thenpulled tbeRpulled thenpulled
pulled off and HempbUl scored The TheHighlanders TheHiPlaJMlens TheHighlanders
Highlanders tallied again in the third thirdinning thirdinning
inning Daniels of < nngied 0 i eel and Cunning CuR CuRham
ham fumbled HempMirs He = II drive Both Bothgained BothAatDec1 Bothatned I
gained a base on Chases out Gray Grayt
t > i i h h1o it + and Daniels stole home homeas hONoaa honeas
as Ainsmith A1w th was throwing the t ball back backii
ii tI j > c ptuit ui Stole > third and went wenttoone weathrme wenthore
toone on Gardners infleid hit hitIn hitIn hitIn
In the fourth round New York scored scoredthree Bredthree red redthree
three runs Austin drew a pass Mitch Mitchell Xltchell llitcbell ¬
ell singled Daniels then rapped ths thsball th thbaU thtball
ball for three bases < < which scored AWl Austin AWlUn artstin
tin and Mitchell Daniels tallied when whenAinsmith whenAlnsmith When1IIsmith
Ainsmith made a bad throw trying to tocatch tocatch tot
t catch him napping at third thirdWashington thirdWashiogtOR thirdWashington
Washington was the next to score In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fifth h inning Gessler Ge8 Ier knocked the ball ballto ballto ballto
to center field for a home run In the thesixth thesixth
sixth tth Washington Wasll scored again Somer Someriott Somer10tt Sorerlott ¬ I
iott s singled n ed Scnae Schaefer er hit a double doubleSomeriott doubleSomeiott doubleSomerbtt
Someriott scored on McBrides out outNew outew outNew
New ew York Y 0Itt made their met rna in the tbeeighth theelhtlt
eighth htb Cree tripled and score scored on a awild awild awild 1
wild pitch
The Score ScoreWashington ScoreWashington
Washington W oa AB AS R BH 0 A AMilan E EIi EMilaa I
Milan Ii cf efn 5 5Elberfel t 2 S SElberfeW 3Elberfeid3
1 t ElberfeW So 3 e 1 2 2 < t 1eunningban tCunningham
Cunningham un 2h h 4 t t 2 ° S SSomerJott l 1 1Soraerlott 1Someriott
Soraerlott ib 1 4 I 1 1 f 1 lSchaefer 1cbatler 1 1rchaefer
Schaefer K 3 1 3 1 1lcBrWe 1McBride C CMcBride
McBride SB 3 t 3 X IOsier a1 I IGassier
Gassier rf 4 1 1 1Ainsmith f fAinsKith
AinsKith Ainsmithtc c 4 4I I t t 2 1 1 1Gray 1Gry 1Gray
Gray p 4 4Totals 1 2 2Totals 1 3 3 3Totals =
Totals 11 S 7 SI SINew 11 11Xew 2 2few
New York AB ABit R BK O ODaniels A EDudek E EDaDIeIs
Daniels 1C S 2 2 2HemphHU a aHem e 1 1HempllHl
Hem HemphHU I rf 4 3 1 1 1Chaae 1 1Chase
Chase Ib > 4i 4 4Cree 1 1 S SKnteM I
KnteM K 1M 1 1G 4t 4 I I IGaer
Gaer G 3 m 4 t 1 S J 1 1Cr 1Crae
Cree Cr d 4 4AustinM 1 1 1Aust 3Austin
AustinM Aust Austin 3b S SMitchell 1 1 I 1 1Itdtell 1Mltcbetl
Mitchell Itdtell e 4 4Ford 1 3 S SFord SFord
Ford p 4 4Totals 1 1T 1W 1 1Totals
Totals TotalsYasMttgtoit T Totals a 7 1 S SWasshiagton
YasMttgtoit W 1 s I iit 11 tjz tjzNew 3 3New I IXew
New York 1 1Twobase 113 I 1 11x7 11x7t 1 x1 x1TwoIta
Twobase e hitaEicrAel hits EiaoiteM HemphUl HemphUlSchaefer HeMP HemphillSchaefer UI UISchaefer
Schaefer Three Tkree1I Threefusee mioo e hits blWDaaieI blWDaaieIFord hitsDanisFord Daniels DanielsFord
Ford Cree Hems r rmm Cesoier seri Saerifiee serifi Snarlflee
flee fi Ay 4FXeBrMe XeBrMe Sm SsjM s n lustsMffan lustsMffanEIberfeld bases IMItIesK IMItIesKElberIeW Mflaa MflaaKlberfeJd
KlberfeJd Daalefe Hemphin OJ Knight lOdghtne Knightfesitr t tr
r fesitr ne ster kr GardneJEL GardnerLen I Le eCC An bases Vfjfesh Vfjfeshington sb sbington 1I1
ington 8 New York 5 First base on onerrors 0111 0111rrOl1tWash onerrorsWashington
errors errorsWashington rrOl1tWash Washington 2 + New York 1 1Double L LDoubte LDouble
Double playaSchafer plays chafer to Ahutmith Mc McBride XcrTIde Mcrrkle
Bride Cunningham Cun am and Somerlott SomeriottKnight SomerlottKniPt SomerlottKnight
Knight Gardner and Chase Cba e Struck Struckout StruckoutIiy
outBY out By Gray Gra 1 lj i by Ford 7 Bases on onballs onba11sO ont I
t ba11sO balls Off < < Gray 4 I Hit by pitcher pltcberBy pltcberByGnY pitcherByGrxy B BGray
Gray 2 by Ford 2 Z Wild pitch pltebGra pitchGrafPasted Gray GrayPassed I
Passed ban Ainsmifh lIAInsmiUaDineen AhtsmI h Orcpires GznpiresMmrs GznpiresMmrsDineen Mesfers MesfersDineen
Dineen and lid OLoughlin Time of game i
1 hour and 55 minutes mtautesATTELLTOBOX minutesA minutesATTELL
3 MILWAUKEE Oct 2 3Abe Abe I e AtteH tteI1 of ofCalifornia ofCaDtonda ofCalifornia
California will meet FrankJe White of ofChicago orCh ofChicago
Chicago Ch in a tenrountt nodecision nodecisionbout DO nodecisiont edstoa edstoabout
bout t before tile Badger er Athletic Crab on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday night October OctoberTIe 7 7The iThe
The original match tela called for a meet meeting meetin meeting ¬
ing in between Wolgast and White t An in inat injury injury
jury to Woigassts olp ts right arm In a bout ooutat boutat
at Fond du Lac on Thursday necessi necessitated necessitated necessitated ¬
tated the signing of a substitute
Two New York Teams Expect to Start Series on October Octobero October
o J J15DetaiIs
15DetaiIs 15 Details In Hands ofNational ofNationalCommission of Nation NarionaiCommission l lCommission
NEW YORK Oct 2 Frank J f Far FarreH Farrell
reH president t of t the New York Amen Anterleane Amenease JBII JBIIeBS
ease has announced that arrangements a arrangeneetsbare emeBts j I Iye
have ye been eeJl competed with Precedent PresidentJena j jJeta
Jeta T Brush of the New York NaUmsais Na National NatIoDaIII ¬ I
tional for a safes of 0 games cam eg to be beplayed beplayed beplayed
played between the two teams at the tbeead theeBd theend
end ef the present pre e t season 3e 5Uft No an announcement aaD anaeuneement ¬
nouncement D that could be made to to localbaseball local localbaseball kNaIbaHbaJl
baseball fans would be as weI welcome ome news newsas MWSas newsas
as this for efforts hare TO becK made for forseveral toraeveral forseveral
several seasons to Bring the teams to toetber totether to together
tether etber but these efforts e < < orts have been fruitleas fruit fruitjss ruttleas
leas jss until this year yearWith yearWith yearWith
With the indorsement of both oth Mr 3irWarrell Mrlearrell Mrel
Warrell learrell el and Mr Brush the proposition propositionwill
will be put before the National Commis Commission Commission Commission ¬
sion when it meets at Cincinnati to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow There is no doubt that the thesupreme theaupreme thesupreme
supreme baseball b seball tribunal will give the theplan theIan theplan
plan Ian its indorsement for their approval approvalwas
was practically given some time ago agorow a aThe agoThe
The National ommls8ioB meets toinor toinorrow
row to make the arrangements for the theworld the1orhJ theworm
world series between the Chicago Na Nationals XatIonal8 Nationals ¬
tionals and the Philadelphia Americans Americansand Amerieansand Americansand
and at the same meeting meetJ the dates for forthe forthe forthe
the GiantsYankees GlaRts Yaakeeas series will be de decided declded deddMl ¬
cided cidedMr cldedXr ddMlMrr
Mr Mrr Farrell has been trying to ar arrange arr arrange ¬
range r nge for the aeries for a number of ofweeks ofweeks ofweeKs
weeks but it was not until yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day that Mr Brush gave his final finalanswer IInalanswer Analanswer
answer The Giants president pr ldent has hasbeen haga hasbeen
been a in poor t09r health for the past year yearand yearand yearand
and has f in n absent aD eat from the city
during the th present baseball seasonMr season seasonMr seaoILMr
Mr Farrell bad several YeraI interviews interviewswith IJttervJewswith interviewswith
with him In Chicago at which Mr MrBrush MrBrush MrBrush
Brush said he was satisfied to con consent consent consent ¬
sent to the meeting of the rival teams teamsif
if local baseball enthusiasts eat u ia8ts were wereanxious worttaaxious wereanxious
anxious enough enou b to see the teams in inaction inaction faaction
action actionSince actionSlllce actionSince
Since returning to this city a few fewdays feWdays fewdays
days ago Mr fr Bifsh BJI h has h learned that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the thousands here interested in both bothteams bothteams bothteams
teams want to ae see the teams ret to together together together ¬
gether and nd settle the question of ofsupremacy o osupremacy ofsupremacy
supremacy Each team has a strong
following and each holds down second sec second Heond ¬
ond place in the major leagues leaguesWhile leagueshi1e leaguesWhile
While hi1e the number of games in the thePHILADELPHIA theOTTO theOTTO
PHILADELPHIA Oct 2BF 2 By resort resorting resorttag ¬
tag to every artifice of the ring Young YoungOtto YOUftgOtto YoungOtte
Otto of New York escaped a knock knockout kJlOdtt knockout ¬
out t by Leo Houck of Lancaster in inClub 1ftUte inthe
Ute windup at tile National Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club last night nightOtto nightOtto nightOtto
Otto hugged clinched and held heldHouck MidBoucles heldHoucks
Houck left hand under his arm armuntil
torn away awa by the referee and 1HI It Itwas Itwas
was only by those tactics that he wa waable was wa3aDle wasable
able to stay the six rounds roundsHouck reulHlsHo roundsHouck
Houck Ho ek otttboxed otlt oxed sad I outfought outf ht Otto Ottoof Otteis OttoIn
is every r08s round after her tIte the first nK JRIIrJ e eof
of the fig pt bt t At the tItecI end pid of the 1 first firstT st
T TaIM ad Hoaafcsent Ho nt fOct t OOtto Ue staggering sta < < gerta3 to totne tti ttithe <
the t1I ropes with a straight straght righthand righthandpunch righthandpunch
punch The blow cut cu a gash across acrossthe acro acrotbe acrossthe
the bridge of Ottos nose and the lat latter lattel latter ¬
ter was bleeding thereafter in every everyround everyround everyround
round roundThe roundThe roundThe
The New York knockout artist tried 10 10work b bwork towork
work his famous shift and land his cekbrated cele celebrated celebrated ¬
brated sleepproducing punch He could couldnot cou14DOt couldnot
not feint the Lancaster LaDca ter boy or catch the thelatter theaUer thelatter
latter in the trap Houck kept bangingaway banging bangingaway ba ng ngaway
away with his left to the face and ad hU hUright hwt ht htright
right t to the body and In the fourth fourthround fourthroeM fourthround
round sent Otto to his knees with a arietvthand ar arighthand
rietvthand r hthaDcl punch under the heart b heartThe rt
The latter seemed willing to quit at atthis attbb atthis
this point of the game and staggered staggeredto
to his corner in a groggy condition He Heargued Hea1J1l Heargued
argued a1J1l with his seconds feigning f i an aBJured In Injured fhjured ¬
jured left band but t they persuaded him himfor h hto himto
to p up for i or the e fifth and ad sixth so rounds roundsfashion rOundtan und undand
an and < < take lie medicine in ins a plucky pluckyraalaloa pluckyfashion
fashion fashionHe raalaloaHe fashionHe
He gave ve Hooek little chance t tti win winby wiar wigby
by a decisive decisiveLancaster punch for as soon as Ue UeLanier
Lancaster welterweight r led Otto dived divedinto dicedinto
into a clinch and held on until Referee RefereeKeenan RefereeKeenan RefereeKeenan
Keenan by sheer force tore them apart apartHouck apa apartHouck < t tHouck
Houck won the bout by a big margin
How New York Stars StarsGame StarsCompzre StarsCompare
Compare 1 1910 f J 0
linf6 linf6Ford Iot IotFord
Ford cuo ewson ewsonGamma on
Game pitched pUchedVictories w 3Victories 3 3JctorIc1
Victories VictoriesDefeat JctorIc1 5 i 6 6Defeats 6Defeats
Defeats DefeatShiitoutn 6 D DF 0Frreentnge
F Frreentnge reentnSe 806 00 13 48Shntout 13Shntout
Shntout st SStrikeouts S SStrikeouts SStrfkeouts
Strikeouts 107 107Bases 10 16 16Dase5 16Bases
Bases on balls 7X 7XHit 1 1lIlt w wlilt
lIlt batsmen 5 5Wild a alId
Wild lId pitches 5 5Balk 7 7Balk
Balk 1 1Opponent 0 0Opponent 0Opponents
Opponent bnttlntaverage batting battingaverage bllttlniiaverage
average 188 188aerie 30 30rle8 30series
aerie rle8 the dates and places for ferplay play ¬
ing the games have not been decided decidedon
on it is very likely that the nation national ¬
al commission tomorrow will name
Saturday October IS as the date ct e
the first Ar t clash and the scene of o bar
tie will likely be the Polo Ground
A series of seven games will be ar arranged arraJlged arranged ¬
ranged and will probably be played playedat
at both the Polo Grounds antI AJ Amen American Amencan ten tencan ¬
can League Park ParkThere ParkThere ParkThere
There is no doubt that partisan
feeling over this series will run high hl
The Yankee team this season has
been very ery successful sucees ful and the club it 1
in better shape to face its rivals than
it itJa8 has been for many seasons > > There ¬ I
fore tbe Yankee admirers have un ¬
limited confidence In the ability of
Hal Chases men as Giant killer
On the other hand you cant tell a
National League admirer that the
Hillto Hiiltoppers Hil Hoppers rs can compare with the thei
i Coogan s Bluff aggregation aggregationHans aggregatiDnWAGNER aggregationWAGNER
Hans Wagner Is about a out to ogi bgLhis begihis ogihis
his baseball b eb1l life all over again Fret FrrlClarke Frf1Clarke FretClarke
Clarke manager JWJIa er of the Plttsburs Plttsbursteam Pft1sburtea Pittsburgteam
team tea hss t hz decided to play the Flying FlyingDutchman FbingDatehMaJl FlyingDutchman
Dutchman in the future at t Arst baf bafinstead ba baIJlStead bainstead
instead of shortstop shortstopWagner 1IhortstopWq shortstopWagner
Wagner Wq > > er was the regular baseman ir irBrooklyn IT ITBrooklyn r rBrooklyn
Brooklyn on oft Thursday Thr clay From t tmanner tic ticner tmanner
manner ner in which he dug du throws out CI CIthe of ofthe r rthe
the ground and bandied himself hlm eJ gen generally gfLrlIy ge geotally ¬
erally a brilliant future for this 1Itrr 1ItrrJiag acrhaag trr trrling
ling young n athlete can safely be pre prede IrAdteML prctdieied
dteML dteMLC dieiedC de
efarke C + lrke hs had no end of worrr worrrabtfvt worr worrJl1MAIt worryAbdUt
abtfvt ftrst A Tlase since a few years as agwhen age agewhen 3 3when
when he decided Kitty BransSell BransSellhad BransfiEIlhad 3 3had
had outlived his usefulness as a aPirate c1Pirate sPirate
Pirate He has tried several men t tall Iall tut tutall
all have failed to hit the right mark markMerely markXerely markMerely
Merely to show the diversity dlver diversityClsrkes it of ofClarkes f fC1rJt
Clarkes C1rJt s experiments at t first t tnames tDaRteS i inames <
names of Plttsburg first basemen basemensince DasemenBiBee basemensince
since 1994 IM follow In Iff Clans Clancand CltmrHowanl Clansand
and Howard IHS Nealen 1 Uti 7 Swa Staned Swacina Swaclaa
ned Storke and Nealon ealon 1 IM8 11 8 GiStrrke Gi GilStorke GiStOlke
Storke Swacina and Kane 1W9 Asteia A ABtein Ai Aistein
stein Itl 1111 > Sharpe S arpe Flynn Fly and Ad Kding K Kding K4IIDg
dingThis ding dingThie 4IIDgThis
This isnot Is Dot the first time that Wag Wagr WagDel Wagnew
Del r ha has played first He has oeeasioally oecasiou oecasioually oecasi l lally
ally been given gi en the assignment and andhas 7 7kae r rkas
has proven a a success Now the qt q qs qstioa FS FStion pstio
tion tio arises will McKechnie be ab t tfill ttin > aLIII
fill the bill at short He will if Ifwork M Mwork j jwork
work In the series against inst Brovkly Brovklyis Brook BrOQkis
is a criterion of o his mettle Yest Yestr Yestrday Y t tI r rday
day he played his first regular gar garrin g3Tin garin
I in the position posi on and he made maue mace some ex excellent e ecel1ent excellent ¬
cellent stops and throws
ct r < o > f A Ai AThe
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Without ithout Sliding SlidingCan Cant CantPlay CantPlay t tPlay
CINCINNATI Oct OctJobe 2J 2Jo1ta b B Ever Eversthe Everthe EventlIe
the National Leagues a premier second secondbaaeman 8OCOII4I1 8OCOII4I1J8 secondbaseman
baseman to out of the game Me for the res resof rw rwof restofThe
ofThe of the he year ye r and probably out of t the thecoining ecODdn e ecoming
coming cODdn < < worlds aerie between tweea the Cubs Cubsand CuMaDd Cubeand
and Athletics AthleticsThe AthleticsTIle AthleticsThe
The Trojan broke the fibula A bon in inhte IIIhta intis
hte right rl < < lat leg while sliding home wlui wi 4 a arun arua arun
run In the Afth inning taDI of o yesterdays yesterdaysgame ye yesterdaysgame terday terdaypRHI
game here The wont of it is that tb t the theinjury theMJuIT theinjury
injury was entirely unnecessary 1Infteeea ary Evers Everscould Everscould Everscould
could have hav scored standing up and it is isprobable j jthat isprobable
probable that hto his IS hesitancy about slid sliding slkIac slidag ¬
ing ac was responsible r nd le for the accident accidentHis aecldentHIe accidentHis
His right rlg t foot caught in the plate and andturned andblrJled andturned
turned almost over Evers had on a apm4r atIr aIss
pm4r Iss of new baseball bue all shoes es Other play players players playera ¬
ers on the team pay y they were too small smallfor 81011for smallfor
for him fm CII and that this fact was par partially partlall partially ¬
tially tlall responsible re poa IbIe for the accident He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was carried off of the Held eId to the clubhouse clubhousebf
bf his team mates A doctor summoned summonedfrom 8UftIMOIIedroRa summonedfront
from roRa the stand Ra d ordered bus 1 removal to toSeton toSet toSeton
Seton Set II Hospital HospitalThe HuLThe HospitalThe
The bone b De was set there and shortly lIbortIyfte shortlysfterwasd j jafterward
afterward fte wanl he was brought broq bro 4 bt t back to the thehotel thehOtel thebetel
hotel From iPrGm P rosn his own room be sent t tteleCram a atelegram atelegram
telegram to bill wife that he wouldproIIably would wouldrow wouldptobsbh
proIIably be back 111 the game tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row but the doctor doet < < in 1 charge c ar e said it itwould Itwould ftwould
would be six weeka before he would be beable beable beable
able to walk without the aid of a cane caneTbe caaeThe cameThe
The accident took most cvf the pepper pepperout pepperut pepperout
out ut of the Chicago players They talkad talkadof ta
of 0 nothlB nothing else but promised that they theywould theywould theywould
would show the Athletics that this t Ia IaBOt is isnot isnot
not a oneman team and that they can canwin cI1win canwin
win ev eVf n without one of 0 the stars If IfSvers Itvers Ifvers
Svers vers I if out of the aeries as now eems eeemaeftatJ seemscertain eemscertain
certain Zimmerman will play second secondt secondbsse
bsse t 3e e f nd probably y will lead off 0 < < IB the thebatUnr t thebattinr e ebatttni I
batUnr order Manager Chance tva tvain WA wasin WAIn
in an anything > thins bit mt a cheerful r1 rul frame of ofmind ofmind
mind rnin < 1 I
Former Episcopal High HighSchool HighSchobl HighSchool
School Athlete Makes MakesGreat MakesGret MakesGreat
Great Showing ShowingPRINCETON ShowingCETO ShowingPCETON
PRINCETON CETO Oct i Followers o othe of ofthe
th the Princeton football team are rejoicing re rejoicing rejoIdDg ¬
joicing today over the ho shoeing 8ItOttDg vbg of r the theteam tlteteam theteam
team 0 ta I yesterdays ye tenlays game and IMl more monsellpeeially moreesppeeieHy
especially over the performanee perfo of Pen Pendteton PDdletoa Pendtotee
dteton last Ja t years freshman fre Iu eD captain and andformer andI8rJneI andlermer
former star athlete of Bptocopal BpI copI High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School Alexandria Young Pendteton Is teforcing Isfcwpng isforging
forcing to the front ta verification of ofthe orthe ofthe
the predictions made for him in the last lasttwo fasttwo lasttwo
two years Princeton defeated Stevens StevensIS
IS to 0 chiefly through the great work workof workor workof
of Pendleton who was everywhere everywhereLittle e everywhereLittle rrwher rrwherLltUe
Little new football was used u ed as 8 both bothteams bothteams bothteems
teams resort res rJ to th the old line plunges plungeswith plungeswihtoccasictal j jwithoccasional
withoccasional with ocea8f < R1 fake line plunges The Theonside Theonside Theonside
onside kick and forward pass P S were not notused notU800 notused
used for any substantial ub tnUaI gains gainsPendleton gainsPendleton gainsPendleton
Pendleton was the hero of yesterdays yesterdaysfracas yesterdysfracas yesterdaysfracas
fracas and from rom all indications he will wlUmake willmatte willmake
make his mark on the gridiron this sea season aea80IL season ¬
son On attack and defense deen e the former formerfreshman formerfreshman
freshman captain played a sterling sterlinggame sterUDIgme sterlingsame
game his long run in the t1 e first half be being beIng betng ¬
ing responsible re pon tble for or the Tigers first pelf pelfand pelfand
and his mighty toe sending the spheroid spheroidbetween spheroidbetween
between the posts for two goals from fromtouchdowns I Itouchdowns
touchdowns He was a bearcat on thedefense the thedefense
defense getting his man almost 1mo t every
time for a lose lossSTRIKES j jSTRIKES
C CAMDEN ID N N J OFt t The greatest greatestexhibtdon
exhibition of pitching seen in Camden Camdenthh tans en enthis
this year was given by Arnold of c lrafrview Fair Fairview Fairview
view yesterday afternoon att in a game gamewith gamewith
with wellwood for the championship of ofthe ofthe
the county count outside of Camden Gnwdennwith city
With perfect control and an assort assortment a assortment ort ¬
ment of baffling batftl g curves be retired retiredtwenty retiredtwenty retiredtwenty
twenty men on strikes and Del only al allowed
lowed four hits two o ot which came in inthe ine
the e third giving Wellwood its only run runAahworths runAMWorths runA
Aahworths A orths triple tri le sent in the only nly tally tallywith tallyvtth tallywith
with none ou but he wrs s left at thirdtie third thirdtie
tie three IjHawIng f Il wing batters striking < out
ALEXANDRIA A C CBaseball CBaseball
Baseball Championship Won WonBy WonBy WonBY
By Close Score of of4to3 i
dinal Athletic Club yesterday ye 1eri y aftoracan aftoracanwon afton n nWDB
won the baseball 1t sebaI1 championship of Alex AlexaodrJa AlesandrJ Alexandria
aodrJa by defeating the t e Alexandria iAtlt iAtltJetle Ath AthIetie j
leUc Club by 4 to t 3 L The game amo was waseither waseither waseither
either teams until Treaary of the theCardinal theCar thecardinals
Cardinal Car lnak scored the winning run in inthe InUle inthe
the last half of the ninth inning
Pitts for the Cardinals pitched one of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his best games The star for the A rC A AC pC
C was Sullivan who made a Home ome me run runBilly runBilly runBilly
Billy Betts officiated as umpire The TheCardinals TheCardlna1J TheCardinala
Cardinals have disbanded far the t e season
The score scoreCardinals scoreCardinals scoreCardinals
Cardinals R R H O A E
Hayden 3b 1 1 2 2 9 AeB
McBrfde rcBrld eB e rf it 0 3 0 t I
Snowden ss 1 12 1 2 2 C 8
Astryke Astry ke Ib 1 1 39 1 1 t 0
Treaary Trenary2b 2b 1 2 2 2 0
Cockrell cf 0 a I 1 1 0
Murphy Murphy If 0 1 3 9 0 8is I
Pitts is p 0 00 0 0 1 9
Patterson c 0 9 < 7 4 4Totals 0 0Tota1s 0Totals
Totals 4 7 7 21 21lox 27 IS ISAlex 8 8Alex
Alex lox A C It H O A A E BLynch ELynch ELynch
Lynch ss 9 6 a aScrivener a 1
Scrivener 2b I 2 2HJcks 4 2 1Hicks 1 1Hicks
Hicks 3b I a aMurphy 8 2 2urphy 1 1Murphy
Murphy urphy cf rf e e eJones 8 8Jones 0 1 1Janes
Jones rf 1 1 1Burreil 8 < 0 1 1Burrell
Burrell p 1 8 a flWilliams 1 2 2Williams 11 0
Williams If 0 1 1OBrien 1 0 0 0OBrien 0OBrien
OBrien If 8 8 0 0Sullivan 1 0 0Sullivan t tSullIW1n
Sullivan e 1 1 1Doherty G 8 8 8Dobecty 0Doherty
Doherty Ib 0 4 8 j jAle 8 8 1 1Ale 1Ale
Ale rf cf 1 1 1Totals 1 1 8 0 0Tota1s 0Totals
Totals S 6 26 11 11Home 4 4Home 4Home
Home runs runsAJe Ale and Sullivan Threebase Three Threebase Threebse
base bits bJtsJones Jones Hayden and Astryke AstrykeTwobase AstrykeTwobase AstrykeTwobase
Twobase hit hitCockrelL CockrelL Struck oat outBy outByPitts By
Pitts 7 by BurreM 5 Left on bases basesOff
cAC i 4 XAG Cz Z Bases on balks baUsOr balksOff
Off Or Pitts PI 4 WIld pitch pitchBurrell Burreil Um Umpire Ump ¬
pire plreBilly p re Billy Betts Be Time of gameI game1hour game gameIhour 1 1hour
hour and 33 minutes
htIetics Officials Will At Attend Attend
tend Meeting of National NationalCommission NationalCommission NationalCommission
PHILADELPHIA Oct 3PrenldNnt 3PrenldNntBen i President PresidentBen PrestdontBen
Ben ShIIte and a Assistant lIb Secretary Joe JoeOhl T r 9 9OilI oOhl
Ohl left for the West last nfght to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the th meeting of the national rora roramieolon Cffimie8i0n rotnmisrion
mieolon which will be held in Cmcinr ti titomorrow tItomorTOw titomorrow
tomorrow to arrange details pertaining pertainingto petttainintD
to the worlds series Mr 9ube 9 ibe be will na naarally D DuraJly nauraliy
arally look after the Athtettrs AthJe rs s end endthe d dthe < f fthe
the series and ad go fully into detail with withthe wtbthe wtlithe
the commissioners eomml lollefS reaarding the playing playingof
of o the games pm at Sbfbe Park ParkIts ParkIts ParkIts
Its probable that tile first two gam gamfs gamfswill 3 3will swill
will be played in Chicago on SaturdayOctober Saturday SaturdayOctober SaturdaOctober
October 35 ADd Sunday October n nthe tjThen hThen
Then with a day b1ter intervening to aUw aUwthe alldwtrue
the clubs to jump East the aeries tes vil villikely vLllikely vi a alikely
likely open here in town om Tuesdaj TuesdajOctobr TuesdtyOctobr y yOctobr
Octobr 18 and Del possibly continue continuethree f fthree fr frthree >
three days Of course should one onethe of ofthe r rthe +
the clubs win the first our games tTi tTiseries thfsenes tho thoseries
series will end with tbe game here r < > aWednesday a aWednesday 1 1Vednes4ay
Wednesday October ML 1 Bat if a fifiH lifhgame fifiHgame fifl1gDt
game Is possible O 8IWe its probable pnJ IIe that iti itinationsI i inational tnatJouaJ >
national conmiiaolon eouunh lolt will order that I it itwill HwDl t twill
will be played here inasmuch as the fneCubs ttpCubs theCube
Cubs are to have preference by having havingthe bnigthe havingthe
the first two games at home homeThe meTJte borneThe
The scale of l price for SMbe SI be Park Parkhave Parkbeve Parkhave
have been announced anDl U1teed AH box seats ts wi wicost wi wico wacost
cost co t a 5 per ter a seat oat while every seat in inthe j1the i t tthe
the upper and lower ower grandstand g 4l will willreserved 10 bdreserved 10reeenecl >
reserved at C a head The admittance admittanceto
to the tit bleachers will be iIe rscThe 5 iIeTbe c cThe
The demand for seats ts at Shibe Parc Parcare Par Parare Parare
are tremendous and every seat is sun SUTto sunto sure sureto
to be snapped up as soon as 8 the tickets ticketsare ticketare ticketsare
are put on sale Interest is intense irtowa In Intown n ntown
town over the coming straggle with tt ttCubs tlCubs t1 e eCubs
Cubs and although the National League Leaguechampions uag uagchampions Leagchampions
champions will now enter the fray nanoicapped nano nanoIcapped Danalcapped
Icapped by the injury to Evers neverthe aeverthelees nevertheJees nevertheless
lees with such an able substitute maas ma a aas 1 1as
as Zimmerman Philadelphia fans flgur flgurthat ftgtPthat flgurthat °
that tide Cubs will give the Mack Mackhard e g sbard
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Telegram e eram Moon ThirtY won Algonquin Bill Climb Chicago Friday in three 0 0Imndred
hundred cubic inch class defeating ten other cars
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The only cars worthy of comparison oompa son with rith the 1911 i agi i MOON are those whose prices begin be n4t3OOO n4t3OOOand at < 3OGO 3OGOand 3tJO0and
and range e upward upwardThe upwardThe ward wardThe
The 1911 MOON is 1 big in size big bi a in power big in value and refined in appearance The GEriy Q othing fy
thing thi small about the car caris is the setting se r price pricei9i1MOQN Si500 and the low cost C < bi of maintenance
1911 i9i1MOQN i9i1MOQNThis MOON MOONThismodel
Thismodel This model we illustrate bas a Tbead motor a type unusually found duplicated only in such ii high highpriced a apriced
priced cars carS as Packard Panhard Pierce Arrow Hat etc Then again the motor is 4x5 4x5much much bigger biggerthan bi bierthan er erthan
than most mostmotors motors in cars of this thisprlce price ice And the wheel base is 114 inches There are many other i instaeces instaeceswhere instmceswhere lrstaiICtswhere
where thejMOON tbe MOON can becompared be compare compared d only with cars of the highest prices p ces An examination and demonstra demonstration deffid ilsra ilsratiotl stnz stnztion ¬
tion willbring win bring g these points before you vividly vividlyCrank vividlyCrank vividlyCrank
Crank shaft 1 134 in n same as the cr45ss 45 Moon
53 plate multiple disc clutch same as the tt45t 45 J Moon vl
4 in frame pressed over same dies as the 45 Q 5tt Moon MoonTouring
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