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I THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY Y OCTOBER 12 1 1910
I National Commission Should Act Vigorously to Protect Baseball Sp Sport rt From FromScandal Scandal 1 T
ALL ALL STARS TAKE TIKEWalter TAKEFIRST TAKEFIRST
FIRST OF SERIES SERIESWalter SERIESWalter
Walter Johnson Holds Ath Athletics Athletics Athletics ¬
letics Down to Three ThreeRuns ThreeRuns ThreeRuns
Runs RunsPHILADELPHIA RunsrHILADELPHV RunsrILILADELPHIA
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PHILADELPHIA Oct 12 12In In the thefirst theflrst the1rst
first dress rehearsal reh ftI1 to the big biKball base baseball bata bataball ¬
ball drama to be b presented to the thepopulace th thpopulace I Ipopulace
populace of the United States next nextvcek nextwuk nextWcek
vcek Connie Macks champion Ath Athlctics AlhcUcs Atlilctfcs
lctics fell before the powerful at attack attack attack ¬
tack of Jim McAleers cast of All AllAmerlcan A11American AUAineriean
American League Le ue stars out outat at Shlbe ShlbePark ShlbPark ShibePark
Park yesterday afternoon by a count countof countor countof
of 8 to 3 3Five 3hp 3ive
Five hp thousand fans assembled in Ui Uistands lh8lands thistands
stands and dopesters dope ters worked with irithpencil withpencil r1th r1thpencil
pencil and paper as the athletes wear wearIng wearing wearing
Ing the big A on their shirts com competed comPfted coinieted ¬
peted against agaln t the strength skill kflI and andcunning andcunning andcunnfng
cunning of the Ban Johnson leagui leaguiGiants leagutGlants 1egutG1ants
Giants There Tiu re was wa no pall of dis disappointment disappointment disappo1ntzent ¬
appointment hanging over the field flellwhen fiel1when fieldwhen
when the th final figures were tacked o 0the uthe i ithe
the scoreboard Spectators critic criticand criticsand crtt1cand
and players alike had realized that thaiConnie thatC thatConnie
Connie C nnlf Macks pennant pennantwtnners winners pltt pIUtheir p1tte p1ttetheir < v vtheir
their strength against a a most for formidable tormldable forzaldable ¬
midable machine composed com OffeG of tl tlpick t1 t1rick t txick <
pick of headliners of the American Americanranks Americanranks Americanranks
ranks ranksThere ranksThfre ranksThere
There was wa Walter Johnson the king kingof kingof kingof
of strikeout slrlk eut pitchers Harry Lord a akingpin akingpin akingpin
kingpin third baseman ba Jake Stahl Stahla
a most finished nltthed lint baseman Tris TrisSpeaker TrI TrISppaker TrLSpoaker
Speaker enviable for his speed and andhitting andhItting and1ltt1ng
hitting power McBride considered by byConnie byConnl byConnie
Connie Connl Mack as one of the best young youngshortstops youngshortstops youngnhortstops
shortstops in the business and other otherfinished otherfinished otherIthished
finished players playersThree playersThree playersThree
Three Mack Pitchers Work WorkBender i iBender I IBender
Bender Coombs and Plank the main mainsprings mainI maineprings ¬
springs of the Mack rack pitching pI hln machine machinefailed machinetailed machinefailed
failed in their efforts to stop OJ the slug slugging alurIln slugging ¬
ging Iln attack of the AllStars These Thesethree ThOlithree Thosethree
three Pien Jnen nen whom wham 110m Philadelphia pins pt tos its itsfaith Italth Itsraith
faith alth n n for the worlds chamatonshlQ chamatonshlQwere chanqMoD3hrtVere cham lonshID lonshIDwere
were batted hard but at the same me time timeeld timedid dinecud
did not exert their pitching ltchln arms armsWalter ar arValtpr arn arnWalter
Walter Johnson with the worlds worldsK worIdsJltlke woddsictike
K Jltlke Ikeout ut record Binned to his arm armwas arma3 armca
was ca a3 up to his old tricks Only four of ofthe Oftht ofthe
the champions were able to hit blat biscurve blaturve hiscurve
curve urve into safe territory and between betweenth betweenthm betweentlum
th thm m seven hits were compiled compiledChief eomplledThief omplledC11ieC
Chief Bender Be r first out blanked the thei UMJIHE thel3e
i IHE Me In the openinsr Innlnc Innln witltottt hit hitnor bitnor hitnor
nor run The second 0 1 and third period periodRaw perJodtMw perIo4saw
Raw the AllStars amass ama four hits for fortwo tortwo fortwo
two runs Eddie Plank the port portvheeleri Ortwheeler portwhee1er
wheeler wa touched up quite lively livelyfor livelyrr livelyfr
for rr seven hits including a triple trlpl aud audtwo audtwo andtwo
two doubles during his threeinning threeinningro threeiunIn threeiunInrrinv
ro r rrinv iin on the th sand tee Three Th runs runscounted runsuntro runscuflted
counted > untro while he held office orlk oce Barring BarringMs BrmbIds Barringhis
Ms first inning Inllln and th the seventh ventb Coombs Coombsshowed Coombshowed oombs oombsnhowed
showed an assortment AM < rtJnnt of shoot that thatpuzzled thatJl1zz1 thtnuzzled
puzzled Jl1zz1 the Stars He He with thirty vic victories yjctons vietories ¬
tories to his credit gave ve a a double and andsingle andslnsh andsingle
single In the seventh but had the mte mtefortune mIfortune misfrtune
fortune of two errors behind him himuhlch himhkh himnhleh
uhlch hkh were responsible re ponslble for the scoring scoringStars eodnbStars ncodngStars >
Stars Hit for 21 Bases BasesThe BasesTne s sTnp
The AllStars poled out out fifteen tteen hits hitslor hl13for bUnfor
for a total of twentyone base bases Ger Gerjnanv Germany Geriianv
many SchoMter who occupied right rl t fled fledJn fieldIn Midit
Jn the absence of Tyrus Cobb was w II the theonly tb tbonh theols
only member of McAleers cast who whorailed I Ifailed I
failed to set a safety fety Speaker ker Eltoer Eltoerfeld EIberfld Elberfeld
feld McBrifle M BrMlE Street and Johnson Johnsonplayed Jobnplayl Johnsonplayed
played the Big litI part in l the e hit and run runSrwaker ruttS rustSfleaker
Srwaker S aker hafl a triple nnd nd single whH whHElberfeld while whileElberfeld
f
Elberfeld and McBride each bad three threehits threeBaker
hits hitsBaker I
Baker Collins and Mclnnte were the theonly theonIv theonly
only members of the Mack lIa < k crew who whowere whowere 1ao1
were successful Jlucc srul against taI llt Johnsons Johnsonscurves Johneons121Yes JohnEiOnsC11nES
curves Meton lfdnntfr who ho held down dOA1I the thesortfield theortfield I Iortftpld
sortfield ortftpld position i in the absence of ofJa orlak otJak
Ja lak < k Barry led d the day with Ith a triple tripleand trJpleand tripleand
and single out of or four f ir times Ume up P Cap Captain CaPtain Captarn ¬
tain Davis 1 vis had a double do e and onebaser onebaserwhile OJMDMerwhlJt onshnserwhile
while both of Bakers safeties fetlea were of ofthe ortl1c ofU
the U t > oneba onebae e sort sortThe sOrtTile
sortThe
The Score ScoreAll ScorcJl
All Au Jl Amfctean AnM Atn ibana ilmn ABR AD R H PO A B BMilan R R1tlilan Btitan
Milan If S 11 11Lord 1 1 1 2 2lord I ii iiLordSb >
LordSb Lord 3b R 1 1 1 1 1aker Ij i iSpeaker
Speaker aker of o 5 1 1lberfeld 1Elberfpld 2 0 0Elberfeld
Elberfpld lberfeld 2b b S 1 1Schaefer 2 1 2 1 1chaeter
Schaefer rf 4 1 1Stahl 1Stahl C CStahl
Stahl Ib 3 1 1 31 0 0McBrWe j jMcBrkIe 0McBride
McBride ss 4 1 tStreet 3 0 2 I IEtrePtc
Street EtrePtc c 4 i iJohnson 1 J a 1 1John 1Johnson
Johnson John on p 4 4Totals I 2 C C CTotals
Totals TotalsAthletic 30 a J 15 21 7 U 11thletcs J JAthletlc 1
Athletic thletcs AB K H PO A A A JL JLHartseU EJIarlMI E ENartseI
HartseU If 1fI U 4 4 9 f 2 0 0 0Oldrlng 5flidring
Oldrlng cf 4 I fr 5 1 1 1 1Collins 1cOmDf 1Collins
Collins 2b b 3 333aker < I 1 J f fDaktr 0l3aker3b
33aker l3aker3b 3b 4 I IDavis 1 S 1 6 6Dad W WDavis
Davis Ib 4 4IVIurphy J 1 f It ItJlurph iiI
I IVIurphy rf 3t 3tMclnnis C 1 t 1 1MeInnL C CMclnnt
Mclnnis ss 4 i iThomas 0 2 4 4 1 1Thomas 1Thomasc
Thomas Thomasc c t f i iLapp It 5 1 0 1 1Lapp 1Lappc
Lapp Lappc c 1 1Bender C f 1 ft ftBender ftBender
Bender p 1 1Plank C 1 1Plank 2 ft ftPlank
Plank p I 1 1Coombs 0 fl I ICoombll C 2 C CCoombe
Coombs p 2 2Totals 2Totals i It I ITotals
Totals JI i 3 i 7 f 15 15All 151l 1 I IAI1
All 1l Americans AmerJ aJI8 L Li 1 1 2l 1 C 3 C 0t 0tAthletics IAthletics 0IAt1iIej
Athletics At1iIej I 2 t > 1 13 13arnetl 8 8T
T TarnM arnM rumi TUDllAII All Americans 3 Ath Athletics AthIrtics Athletles ¬
letics 3 Bases on errors erro erronAlI All Ameri America Amerln Amen Amene ¬
ca e n S Athletics S I Left eft on bases baeesAll a bases1I
All 11 Americans 4 Athletics 6 First Firstluse Firstlias
luse lias on balls bll ballsOff Olt O < Johnson 5 off offroombs olcCoomrn ottornbn
roombs ornbn 1 Struck out outD outDy By Johnson S Stiy sby
tiy 11 Bender 1 1 1 Threebase hit hitSpeaker hitSpeakerTwobane ispeaker ispeakerTwobase peakerTwob81te
Twobase hits hllsElbmeld Elb rf eld Street John JohnFon JohnFon Johnron
Fon McBride Y Bride Davis na Sacrifice hits hitsRrhaefer bit bithapfer hitsSrhaefer
Rrhaefer hapfer Thomas Stolen Sto n bases baH basesMilan basesMilanspeaker Milan MilanSpeaker iI iIipeakpr
Speaker McBride 2 i Street Str t Mclnnis Mclnnisrmuble McInnisDoublf MclnnisPnubls
rmuble plays paySUthl Stahl unassisted Mur Murphy Xurflh Murphy ¬
phy flh to Davis Johnson to Street to toPtahl toFt toitahl
Ptahl Ft hl Oldring to Davis Umpires UmpiresMessrs UllQllrellI UnresMessrs
Messrs I 8rs Dineen and Egan Time of ofFame orJamel ofgamei
Fame Jamel t hour and 12 minutes Attend Attendance AttendanleGOOO AttendanceXl0 ¬
ance anleGOOO anleGOOOHOUCK anceXl0HOUCK 5000 5000HOUCK
HOUCK STOPS QUILL QUILLBOSTON QUILLROSTON QUILLltSTON
BOSTON Oct t 12 1Tommy Tommy Quill is issatiffled 1588tilfted is8tist1ed
satiffled today that he has Jmlt met his hismaster hismaster hisrnaster
master in Leo Houck of Lancaster LancKsterTa La
Ta j Quill was stopped in the t eighth eighthr flptathrund eighthr4und
r rund < > und of what was w to have haV been a athriveround atwpheround atvcelveround
thriveround bout in a club here last lastnight laatnight Instright
night He never had a chance chanceClub chanceI chanceClub chancecliii
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Club Standings StandingsNATIONAL StandingsNATIONAL StandingslATIONAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Results ResultsXew Resultsew ResultsNew
New ew York 12 Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPhttadelBMa i iPiIdelJftM 7Philadelphia
Philadelphia fc New York 1 1Chicago L LChIca80 1Chicago
Chicago 4 St St Louis S SGames iG 3Games
Games G es Today TodaySt Toda TodaSt
St Lovhi at cMcase cMcaseBot Chim
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Bot BoMGa Bota4 R at t BroekljTi BroekljTiStanding Droekh11Standing 1koktynStandingS
Standing of tthe the Clubs Clubsw ClubsW Clubsw
w L Pet Pet Pethfcqo PctChicago
Chicago ChicagoNw 1 1II g gtw 175
Nw = tw york t1 ClPIttL4burg 53 53Pittlfbur 591 591PitVsburjc
PitVsburjc Pittlfbur PIttL4burg v t7 H8 H8Philadelphia iIIPhUadelp i iPhIladeIphi
Philadelphia Philadelphiartncinnatl PhUadelp IS 3 ii 7 7rlndnnztt M Mfinclnnatt
rtncinnatl 2f 79 1IBrooklyn 44Si 44SiBrooltl 4 f fBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brooltl II 4 SIt AZL AZLSt AUSf 4Z1St
St Louis Lou e t U ell 4ttBoston ellBoston 41 41Boston
Boston SI 100 ass assr Z
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r Two Highly H ghly Desirable De ilable Citizens I
WALTER V ALTER JOHNSON JOHNSONWashington GEORGE McBRIDE McBRIDEWashington McBRIDEWaahington McBRIDEWashington
Washington Pitcher Washington Shortstop ShortstopLAJOIE ShortstopLAJOIE ShortstopLAJOIE
LAJOIE SHOOED IN INTY INTY INTY
TY COBB IS YELLOW YELLOWHarsh YELLOWHarsh
Harsh Condemnation of Both Contenders for the Batting BattingPrize BattingPrizeDe BattingPrizeDetroiter
Prize PrizeDe PrizeDetroiter Detroiter foiter Roasted for Quitting Before Fin Finp FinI Finish
I < p ish of Regular Season
The following f04 wbt harsh words 1 Mda from John JohnDoe JohnDoe Johnfloe
Doe in the Cleveland Press Pr Pre give an anidea ankMa anIdea
idea of the Cleveland view 1ew of the bat batting batting batthig ¬
ting scaadal scaadalThe KaBda1The scssd scssdT1Ie
The best available figures ftgur show that thatLarry thatLarry thatLarry
Larry has NUJ won the automobile offered offeredto
to the leading IMdtu batter of the big leagues leaguesTy leagueTy leaguesTy
Ty Cobb quit the game ame coW Friday Fridaywith Frida Fridawltb Fridaywith
with an average of MSC 3n t satisfied that thathe thathe thathe
he had the auto won and that Larry Larryoaukl LarryCOfIkl Larryott
oaukl not go ahead of him in the three threeetosteg threeeIb thre threeloieg
etosteg games at at t St st Louis LouteLarry LouMLarry LouisLarr3
Larry had a hit handed him in Sat Saturdays SaturdAy Satiidays ¬
urdays urdAy game and he is credited with withgetting withptti withgetting
ptti getting eight hits m In eight times up in intbe Intbe inthe
tbe doubleheader Sunday This Th makes mak08bi makeshis makeshis
his bi average according aceordtu to the Press fig figures figures hgurea ¬
ures 3MS 3MSThe 31UThe oJ oJune
The official figures ftc1I are still to be behoard beIleard beheard
hoard from Larry Larryt apparent lead leadl8 leadl8n ia iaso Isse
so small n that a slight sll < ht difference in the thefigures thoAtUn thefigures
figures that are In President DAn John Johnsons JohnJOns Johnsons ¬
sons office at Chicago Chlcagoth the figures that thatwill thatwlU thatwill
will actually decide the race could couldchange couldc couldchange
change c the situation and make Cobb th thwinner thwinner the thewinner
winner winnerL Larry L uy Shooed In InIt InIt
It 1 t looks now as though Larry Larryhad Larryhadwon had hadwon hadwon
won but It is too early to proclaim him himthe himthe himthe
the certain winner Word from th thAmerican the tlMAJRerican theAmerican
American League Lea ue headquarters will be beanxiously beaJXlouely beanxiously
anxiously awaited awaitedWe awaltedfe awaitedWe
We fe are all strong for Larry and andwe andwe andwe
we want to see him win but not this thisway tillsy thisway
way y He was a as Shooed Ihoood in inIn InI hiIn
I In Saturoays St rdars gam game < ame Larry drove the thehall theI theball
hall to the outfield in the eighth inning inningThe InningThe InningThe
The outfielder out dder got his hands on it but butdropped butdroPited butdropood
dropped it At first the scorers gave gavean gaveR
an 3 error but later in the ninth inning InningIt
It was announced that the official scorer scorergave scorergae scorergave
gave Larry A double doubleOne JlopbleOne jkwbieOne
One of Larrys hits Sunday was wascredited wucredited wascredited
credited as a triple The other seven sevenbits sevenhit sevenhits
bits hit were Infield taps Sporting Sf rting writers writerswho wrilerswho writerswho
who saw the two games metl say the Brown Browninfielders BrownInlMIIdens BrownInfielders
infielders loafed and let the bunts go gofor gofor gofor
for hits Corriden Is credited with loaf loafing loa loaIng loafbig ¬
ing on six of the rollers Wallace al1ace loaf loafed Joafod loafoil ¬
ed on one
oneWhole
Whole Thing Bad Mess MessThe MessThe MessThe
The auto race racele to a bad mess and the theNational theNational theladonal
National Commission does well well1jo tfo o stop It ItIf It ItIf ItIf
If LarrY wins It will tUbe be a fitting fittingrebuke ittht itthtbuke Wng Wngrebuke
rebuke buke to Ty Cobb Co for fo showing the yet yellow yetlow roI roIlow
low streak
iHED HEDGES ES CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONSI CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONSFRENCHMANS
I FRENCHMANS CAUSE CAUSEPresident CAUSEPresident
President President of St Louis Team TeamGoes TeamGoes TeamGoes
Goes to Johnson in inLajoie inLa inLajbie
Lajoie La foie s Defense DefenseCHICAGO DefenseCH1CAGO DefenseCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct t 12 1preslOOnt President Robert RobertLeo RobertLe RobertLeo
Leo Le Hedgas Hed er f the St Louis Browne Brownebelieves BrownbelIeve5 Brownsbelieves
believes that Larry Lajolc earned every everyhit over overhit everyhit
hit he was credited with in the two twogames twoPIneS twogames
games at St St Loots last Sunday SundayHedges SundaHed SundayBedges
Hedges Hed es came to Chicago Chic to confer conferwith conferWith conferwith
with President Johnson on He supported supportedLajoie supporloLaJoie supportedLoio1e
Lajoie LajoieAccording LaJoieJ Loio1e4tccordIng
According J In to Hedge Hed the St Louis Loutsplayer Louisera Louisplayers
player era instructed ln tru ted Corriden to may back backwhen backwhE1t backwhen
when Lajoie came to bat batas as there was wasdanger waslItuaKer wandanger
danger of him lm bein being injured by one oneof oneo
0 of o Larrys Larry line lill drives down the third thirdbase thirdba8e thirdbse
base line The youngster you ster merely fol followed folJowcd folIowcd ¬
lowed his instructions said Hedges HedgesPresident Hedgeslresklent
President 1 Johnson has asked for a re report re report report ¬
port from Umpire Evans and a complete completestatement completeatatement completestatement
statement from the official scorer scorerWhen soorcrWhen scorerVhen
When these are received Johnson will willannounce wiIJJtDounee willannounce
announce announce his Decision DecisionSo 1ecisionSo Ision IsionSo
So far a MI learned Lajoie has not re received ro roved recelved ¬
ceived ved a word of congratulation yet yetfrom yetfrona yetfrom
from Ty Cobb C on the windup of o the thebatttne the1JaUha thetthi
batttne tthi race raceLYNCH ra raLYNCH raceLYNCH
LYNCH SIGNS FINNERAN FINNERANST FINNER4N FINNER4NST
ST LOUIS Oct 12Finnerant Fln ran the thebeet th thmnplft thebent
beet umpire in the thestern Batern tem League who wholuts wltobs who1ps
luts been signed ned forf fo next season by Mr Mrl MrLynch r r147neh
l Lynch ynch hi vouched for by Billy M Murray Murrayformerlv MUrrayfornietly rray rrayfornierlv
fornierlv nianaser naM er of the Philadelphia Philadelphiaclub PhUadelphiaclul Philadelphiack
club ck as an excellent QX lIent official
If Larry won honestly he has hasthe basthe hasthe
the laugh on Ty Cobft Cobb who bo in a signed signedarticle signedarticle sned snedarticle
article recently said aid that Laj LaJele 4e was wasand wuand wasand
and oWtime slugger al 8t r rather than thaentUe a sd sdeatiAe eeleatide
eatiAe batter such > a as himself himselfThis htlDlleltuTb1 himselfThis
uTb1 This automobile race is a sad cIanyhow mess messanyhow m manyhow
anyhow It aroused a lot of interest interestbut interMtbut Interestbut
but it brought out some bad traits and andmade andmade
made some bad feeling teell teellFor
For one O f thins tbl it has b shown that
Ty Cobb has a yellow streak j s broad broadas broadas
as biB back k and as bright a saffron < ron a athe u uthe amthe
the Chinese Emperors overcoat In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the first plane he had eye e7euoubole trouble
Whether Vhetb Vbethr the fact that he would have
faced some of the hardest pkchers In Inthe Inthe
the league if he had played 1 1a7l during the thetime ihetime
time he was nursing nundn r his sore optic had hadanything hadanything hadanything
anything to do with itb his eye trouble is isan Saan isan
an open question questionRoast queettoaRoast questionRoast
Roast for Cobb CobbAnyhow CobbAnybow CobbAnyhow
Anyhow Its oertala that be quit quitcold Quitcow quitcoid
cold when he thought he had the auto autowon UtoWOft autowon
won After Thursdays same h h4 figured figuredup ftguredup flguredup
up hl average and Larrys aad whew whewhe wheRhc whenhe
he thought his percentage would carry carryhim carryhim ensnyhim
him through throu h a winner lnMr he packed up upand upand upand
and went back to Detroit He gave it itout Itout Itout
out that he wasnt feeling t linp well but his hisailment hisallm hisailmpnt
ailment allm t wasnt any more serious than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that which often attacks certain poker pokerplayers pokerpIa pokerplayers
players pIa et8 when they have a stack in front frontof froator frontof
of them Cold feet te the name of the
disease diseaseIn diseaseIn diseaseIn
In fact Cobb did not make up his htemind bismind hismInd
mind to quit until he felt sure aur he had hada
a mortgage on the auto After Thurs ¬
I days game at Chicago Chlca ro he took the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble to call the official scorer to find flmlout findout
i out what hits hit had been n given him It Itseems ItMems Itseems
seems that the first time he wan W at bat bathe bathe bathe
he drove the ball to the outfield Out Outlielder Outl1elder Outfielder
fielder Messenger X nger got his hands on the tboball thob8U theball
ball but slipped and fell In the muddy
field Cobb wasnt sure whether he had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been jiven jves a hit or Messenger M8 lleng8l an error errorWhen errorWhen errorWhets
When be found that he had been beencredited beencredited beencredited
credited with a hit he smiled and andstarted aDdstarted andstarted
started to pack his hi grip gripJennings gripJennings gripJennings
Jennings Also Rapped RappedTheres RappedTheres RappedThenes
Theres one thing that Cleveland Clevelandfans Clove1andfans Clevelandfans
fans can be proud of orLan Larry did not notquit notquit notquit
quit He was out there playing ball balloverj banove balleven3
overj ove day be could couldHughey couldUHughe couldHughey
Hughey Jennings put himself elf in a abad 3bad abad
bad light when he stood for Cobb Quit Quitting QtilttlnC aWlting ¬
ting the game Many Xan patrons pay p y to toSGQ tosee 0 02Iee
see Cobb in action and Jennings had hadno hadno hadno
no right to let him go o home although althoughan
an auto was 88 at stake
SCHMIDT DESIRES DESIRESTO DESIRESTO
TO BECOME OWNER OWNERDetroit OWNERDetroit
Detroit Detroit Catcher Is Trying to toPurchase toPurchase toPurchase
Purchase Interest in Lit Little Little Littie ¬
tle Rock Team TeamDETROIT TeamDETROIT TeamDETROIT
DETROIT Oct 12Chariie 11Clmr e Schmidt Schmidthalf Schmidthas j jhas
has gone to his home in Fort Smith SmithArkansas SmithArkan SmithArkanse
Arkansas L and the focal 10 1 paper Is print printing prlntiob printing ¬
ing much news about Schmidt tho thoonly thoonl theonly
only onl Arkansan Jl who ever got to the thebig thebib thebig
big leagues leaguesThe leaguesThe leaguesThe
The veteran Tiger is again in charge chargeof chargeor chargeof
of his thirst emporium In Arkansas ArkansasLast ArkansasLant es esLast
Last winter Charlie Chartte was v pinched pinchedfor pinchedI pinchedfor
for not ot showing the Federal stamp on onsome on8Om onsome
I some 8Om of his kegs ke but the only Arkan ArkanBanwho Arkansanwl1o Arkansanwho
Banwho ever got into the big leagues leaguesgot leagUesgot leaguesgot
got out of the trouble because he had hadnot hrdnot hadnot
not been in tbe business long enough enoughtc enou h htG
tc J have 1Bedovn ave down the exact ct dope on those thoseU thoseU thoseU
U S labels labelsCharlie labelsCharlie labelsharhie
Charlie harhie te 1 quoted as being desirous desirousol
ol o breaking away a way from rein Detroit Detroltpro Detroltpro1dlng Detroitproriding pro providing ¬
viding that Little Rock can get back
into the Southern League If Little
Rook can return Charlie wants to be bepart bepart bepart
part owner of the club that Is If IfPresident ItPresident ifPresident
President Navin will sell him isis his re release re release release ¬
lease but Schmidt says ea Y there 1st I little littlecbaWe
cbaWe lt < uce of the Detroit club allowing
him to go goHACK goHACK goHACK
HACK COMING AGAIN AGAINMONTREAL AGAINMONTREL AGAINMONTRJAL
MONTREAL Quebec Oct 12 1Jack 1JackCurley 12JackCunley Jack JackCurley
Curley arrived here from fy Europe and andannounced andannounced andannounced
announced announced That hat tie will UI conduct Hacken Hackenschmldttlie HactenscbmldltJ1ennlan HackenschmidttheRusslan
schmldttlie scbmldltJ1ennlan Russian Hon on a wrest wrestling cTesthug TlOgt TlOgtUIlJ ¬
ling tour of America
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CORRIDENS DEFENSE DEFENSEIS
IS LOUDLY LOUDLYDERIDED LOUDLYDERIDEDPlea DERIDED DERIDEDPlea
Plea That He Feared Lajoie LajoieWould LajoieWould LajoieWould
Would Hurt Him Gets Getsthe Getsthe Getsthe
the Hoot HootST HootST
ST LOUIS Oct OCL 12 1Cvlcted Ce victed by byhte bJhi byhis
his hi own doTense Is the verdict of St StLouis St StLouis StLouts
Louis fans and baseball writers rtere ers today todayon todayon todayon
on the statement of Third Baseman BasemanJohn BaaemaaJohn BaSOlnanJohn
John CorrW of the St Louis Lou Browns Brownswhose Brownwhose Brownswhose
whose f i1C o to lInk Lajotes bunts in inSunday 1ftSunday InSunday
Sunday = mes with develaad Chwela gave gavethe gavethe ve vethe
the big oilman iuna uftn eight hits aad Mie Mielead tbelead he helead
lead over T Cobb btor for the premier preml bat batting battng battng ¬
tng hoiors hoiorsCorrktan hOJonoCorrldtln hoorsCorriden
Corrktan sayg S5y that be played back backon bfockon backon
on Lajolo for fear of getting injured I8Jureclby Injuredby injuredby
by a fierce drive drle and was fooled l when whenLajoie whenLajoie whenLajoie
Lajoie bunted Instead of swinging hard hardTAJole hardfajole hardLaJoIe
TAJole has h been ia the big leagues leaguesdozen gues guesdozen a adozes
dozen years It is pointed o out out t and this thisis thisis
is the first time any an such excuse exc was wasever wasever 88 88ever
ever pleaded by an Infielder Th The rec records records roeords ¬
ords do not snow show that Lajoie te any anymore anymore anymore
more dangerous dan orou than a score of other othersluggers otherl otheriluggers
sluggers sluggersCorriden1 iluggersornidens l uggers uggersCortldens
Corriden1 s explanation xt naUon proves it te tecontended Iacontended iscontended
contended herb er that players framed framedup framedup framedup
up to help Lajoie out and the de demand demand doinan1 ¬
mand for a thorough Investigation Is testronger Isstronger isstronger
stronger today than ever everSacrifice 8erCUBS everCUBS
CUBS MAY CHANGE CHANGELINEUP CHANGELINEUP
LINEUP FOR SERIES SERIESI SERIESSacrifice
I Sacrifice Sheck Slated toHead to toHead toHead
Head the Batting BattingList BattingList BattingList
List ListManager ListMall8ger ListManager
Manager Chanee will try oat a new newHnoup newIInoup newlineup
lineup for the Chicago Cubs C in the theworlds theI theworlds
I worlds worJ4 series it to said Ad hi which usc uscrtlee Sac Sacrifice c cnifIce ¬
rifice Sbecfc is e ott followed by bySchulte bySchulte bySchulte
Schulte vx > can also bunt Hoffman Hoffmensome Hoffmansome Dt Dt101M
some slugger Chance aWe > pto pinch h wl wlloper walloper 1 1loper
loper Zimmerman cleanup hitter hitterStclnfeHt ItltterSteinfeldt bitterStelnfeldt
StclnfeHt heavy richthaad ctoutw ctoutwTinker dout doutTlAker clouterTinker
Tinker also competent pinch hitter and andthe andthe andthe
the batteries batteriesHe batterieLHe battei3eE1I
He 1I d dOe doesnt es nt t know how it will work workhut woricMat workbut
hut he believes that Sheer SheeMs r4s ability abttltytop aWllt7to
to get to bue mak makes him tse b best man JINLftto manto
to top the lineup in the absence of ofEver ofE ofJIam1 ofvers
Ever EverJimmy E vers versJimmy
Jimmy Archer and Ginger Beaumont Beaumontboth Beaumoutboth t tboth
both of the Cubs have ha one unique din dill dillUncUon dintinction
Snction UncUon They are the only players playerseligible playertlfgtble playerseligible
eligible for the comta e routing worlds chani chaniptonshlp chaDtpIOa ehaniplonsihip
ptonshlp series who have played in inprevtoiw Inprevlo inprevious
previous prevlo struggles of the kind upon uponnow uponother uponethel
other tea teSluS than they now adorn aoornCubs adornArche adornArcher
Archer w was with the nC Tigers when the tbeCuba theCubs
Cubs trimmed them and Beau was waswith WallIth waswith
with Ith PHtsbuw PlttJI when the Pirates PlNt were werevawouWhed WWfIVlui wornvanquished
vanquished hd T T T the Boston Americans AmericansS AmerltrSupenUtiou AmerIcarsSupertitiOU8
S SupenUtiou prSittous folk may forecast or tult a hoo hoodoo hoodoo boodoe ¬
doo on this peculiar cireiimstans clreum cireumsttnCHANGES t n ni
i CHANGES ARE MADE MADEI MADEBY
I BY COACH NIELSON
I The Georgetown football s squad ud Is now nowpreparing nowprepaziac I IXeparias
preparing for Saturdays same with withWashington wIthWasb withWashIngton
Washington Wasb on and Lee ee University UniversityCoach CnlvenltTCoa tnLversityCoaCh
Coach Coa h NMson kollSon Is putting the men nenthrong menthr menthrough
throng thr through u b the hardest kind of practice practiceand practiceand cUce cUceI
and long and rough scrimmage ar new nowthe newthe newthe
I the regular order of the < LJly 1y work worklouts wurkoutk
1 louts OUtH Although the Georgetown candi candidates candiI candidates ¬
dates are fairly certain that tl they > ey will willbeat willbeat iU iUbet
beat their tht lr opponents in spite of the 1 M fact factthat fetthat
that Washington and Lee has t heavy heavyteam h8ftyYt heavyteam I
team t m full of speed aDd aggressiveness aggressivenessCoach a aggreeeivenesCoach lvfU1eee lvfU1eeeI
Coach Xletoon le1 on does not wish h to tat la any an anyI I Ichnces I Ichances
I I chances chancesA I II
A few changes chaD < es in the tt Uncap e P are being beingcontemplated beingcontemplated I
contemplated by Coach Nleteoo oft who whotrying is istrying Istrying
I
trying to increase the weight w t of the theback theback
back field and at the same time main maints4n maintain mainlain I
lain its high bi standard of speed and andheadlnese aDdhead1ne andheadiness
headiness e 1or some time he has been beenthlnkinK b beenthinking en entltlnJdni
thinking of removing Mttle SUterdJng SUterdJngfrom Sltterdlngfrom Sitterdingfrom
from quarterback to end in order to towork towork
work in Kraft Vlyman and Laraberj Laraberjton Lamber I II
I ton more regularly These ThSe men are ftg ftgured tiguresi I Iured
ured too good ood to be left on the side line lineall UnGli lineall I IaU
all the time But in view of the fact factthat factthat factthat
that Sltterdlns is an experienced and andheady nClheady andbeady
heady player having plenty of speed speedand speedand speedand
and aggressiveness e1eneS8 it is hardly likely likelythat nkebthat likelythat
that he will make make that change especial especially e lHlcl l ¬
ly as it would be e no easy matter matt r to de de ¬
velop veloP anot another er man to take Sitterdings Sitterdingsplace Sltterdlnlspl Sitterdingsplace
place pl e at the pivot position po A shift that thatwill thatm thatwill
will m most likely take place will be that thatof thatof thatof
of Bryant from tickle to fullback < k Bry Bryant Bryant Dryant ¬
ant is I the big man of the Georgetown Georgetownaggregation G rgGtownaggregation Georgetownaggregation
aggregation weighing Hi 21 ± 15 pounds and andhas andhas andhas
has an abundance of endurance and andspeed andspeed
speed He was played play d at fullback yes yesterdaw yesterdaw eg egterdaw
terdaw and made t splendid showing shewingand showingand
and it Is generally Believed among the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown followers iolloT ers that hat JClelson In Intend Intend Intend ¬
tend to keep him in the position po if he hecontinues hecontinues hecontinues
continues to show up so welL ell This will willalso willalso wiltalso
also give him a chance to work in Stohl Stohlman Stohlman Stohlman
man Feenan aj a1 od > d Cunnlff more often oftenAlthough ottenAlthough oftenAlthough
Although thoroughly satisfied with Ith the theshowing theshowln theshowing
showing showln in last Saturdays game with withA withA withA
A and at it Nielsen says there is I plenty plentyof plentyor plentyof
of room for Improvement especially in inregard Inreg inregard
regard reg rd to the perfecting of the for forward forward forwrd ¬
ward pass Georgetown has been bf > n un unsuccessful ¬
successful with this play so far The Tiiemen Thenietu I ImlAR
men are daily run UD and down the thefield thefield I
field passing the th ball to acnylre a acsuirc ulrc ac accuracy acCUrAcy accuracy ¬
curacy both in receiving and throwing throwingforward lrowln lrowlnforward throwingforward
forward passes passesManager passes1fana pamsesManager
Manager 1fana r Joliat has arranged with withMaryland withIaryland withMaryland
Maryland Agricultural cu1tural College to come comeup comeup comeup
up several darn dap this week for a few fewscrimmages fewscrlmma fewscrimmages
scrimmages scrlmma Such ucb practice was billed billedyesterday billedyesterday billedyesterday
yesterday but at the last l minute Coach CoachI CoachAltton CoachAlston
I Alston telephoned up that the M A C Ccould Ccould Ccould
could not appear before next Thursday ThursdayLEHIGH Thursda ThursdaLEHIGH ThursdayLEHIGH
LEHIGH ELECTS CAPTAIN CAPTAINSOUTH CAPTAINSOUTH CAPTAINSOUTH
SOUTH BETHLEHEM Pa Oct 12 12Alexander 12 12Aletander 12Alexander
Alexander Texas Black of Fort Mc McKavett McKaTett McKavett
Kavett Tex was yesterday oloctod cap captain captRln capttin ¬
tain of Leliich Unlverrktv Unlv9 ih football team teamBlack teamJack teamBlack
Black plaved tackle en Lohlghs rhi s varsitv varsitvfor varsIttfor amt amtfor
for three years y ars trevous to this Black Blacksucceeds Blukuec Blacksucceeds
succeeds uec eds Chester B Larson of Potts Pottsville PottsJlle Pottsllle
ville Jlle who has h s been oorrpelled olTJ 1Ied to leave leavecollege leaecollect leavecollege
college because hecat of his taudis taudisDECIDEDLY iitudlesDECIDEDLY tudi8DECIDEDLY
DECIDEDLY IVEW NEand and very ele elegant elegant dc dcgnat ¬
gant In their newness newnessarc are those thoseSOFTROLL thoseSOFTROLL thoseSOFTROLL
SOFTROLL Coats we are making makin up upfor upfor upfor
for many man of our customers customersYour customersYour customersYour
Your Inspection IK II invite inviteFREDERIC inviteil inviteilFREDERIC d dFREDERIC
FREDERIC A COCHRAN COCH CO COTailors COTail CoTail
Tailors Tail ors Importers I T mpo mpoLoers rt 4 en Al6 Above 606 < ° f F 13th vrestslde west St St side
STRONG HAND NEEDED NEEDEDTO NEEDEDTO NEEDEDTO
TO SAVE BASEBALL BASEBALLNationarCommission BASEBALL BASEBALLIi Ii IiNation LSEBALL LSEBALLNational
NationarCommission Nation National ICo Cornmissior mission Must Act With Witli Firmness FirmI1e ttrPro ttrProv t t Pro Proteet Protect
v tect Players From Their Own Follies FolliesLajo1e FolliesLajo1eIncident FolIiesLajoieIncident Lajolc LajolcIncident
Incident Not Yet Over OverBy OverBy OverBy
By THOMAS S RICE
JIl ieiisjer leAMer of o the Al1Star Al1Starteana AllSoar AllSoarteam
team was playing the Athletics an anDOUDe annonneed
DOUDe mMtn ed today that t the same between betweenthe betWettftUae betwesathe
the stars aad aa Athletics At lotics ra iR Washington WaablnstonneOo Washingtonnext Washingtonn
n next xt t Frldav Frtda1 Friday y would start at 5 p m with withOobb withDV withbb
neOo Oobb bb DV IR It the lineup lineupThe JlnevlThe lineupThe
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The merry war of mudslinging be between 1w 1wl hotween ¬
tween l ween the adherents of Lajoie and Cobb Cobbover Coh Cohover Colibover
over the batting prize continues onUnu S and andUK and1M andthe
UK longer K If is kept up the more harm harmwill bttrm1f11J hareswill
will b be done baseball The scandal ba basuch all allsuch linesuch
such a naaty taato t ato that the pubHc will willbe willbe wiltbe
be nauseated nau eat6d for years to toe come m when whenever wheneer whenever ¬
ever the subject of r special prizes is ismentioned limentioned Ismentioned
mentioned but perhaps good will come comeout COt1Ieout comeOut
out of evil The incident may show the theplayers theplayers theplayers
players and nc1 the projectors of new newleagues newleagues newieagues
leagues that unless the professional professionalsport prote1slonRtsport professionalsport
sport is controlled absolutely ab lutely and even evenarbitrarily eVeRarbitrarily evenarbitrarily
arbitrarily by some Om such central au authority authority anthonity ¬
thority a I the National Commission it is isdoomed Isdoomed Isdoomed
doomed to fail to the level of foot racing racingand raclngand racingand
and wrestling wrt tltng The commission U in a aposition aposttlon aposition
position to put its foot down flraly on onevery DBevery onevery
every possible inducement to player to tofavor tofavor tofavor
favor one another in matters where wherea
a raIn aln of o intrinsic value is the stake stakeand stakeand stakeand
and as it has promised to take that thatstand thaLttaJtd thatstd
stand taJtd in the future it is not likely that thatColonel thatthe thatthe
the game m will be seriously injured Ie Ieiiptte do doapite
iiptte tlHt blot placed upon It this 7r 7rby yearby
by the charges that Lajoie was tm tmfairly tafairly
fairly helped helpedColoMl
+ 0 0Colonel
Colonel Roosevelt Roo tasted a mint julep julepOnward julepOD JulepOnward
Onward OD 8rd the Spotlight Brigade into the thecity thecltJ thecity
city editors room into th the columns of ofthe orthe ofthe
the papers apace to the right rlS t e f the theexample tJt them themspace M Msp
sp ce to the left or them type all allaroun allaround
aroun around themto denounce the borrId borrIdexample horrfztexample
example for r the tb thenising rising generation generationWe g nerationt nerationtWe
I
We pointed out last year that the themoney t6money themoney
money side of baseball wax becomIng becoraUjKentirely becoml becomIngentirely g geatlreh
entirely too prominent and that the theplayers tileplayens theplayers
players w wet r endangering er ngering their own ownsource ownaource ownsource
source of income incom The great gre < t financial financialrewards itnanclalrewards naDCletreward
rewards for participants in the worlds worldsseries WO worldsseries 8 8eries
series have caused used ugly charges or f one oneteam onet8M oneteam
team favoring another in the past and andtins andth andthe
tins suggestion 8 ge ttblt was made that after a areasonable arsoble areasonable
reasonable amount had been set > aside asidefor aakIet asidefor
for t these taking part in the series the therest ther theroet
rest r should be turned kato an insurance insurancefund Jnau18oDCefund Insurancefund
fund for the benefit of ball players playerswho ptaYen5who playerswho
who have come to grief after their use usefulness usetull usefulnees ¬
fulness tull is over This season the race racein race1ft raceIn
in the American League was w so easy for forthe fori forthe
the Athletic that there could be no oc occasion 4KCtOD cccn041 ¬
casion for dispute but if w We have haveanother haveanother
another race e like that of Jut year look lookout 1eOkout lookout
out for squalls squallsI lIQual i iTIHt
+ 0 0The
I The story says the colonel tasted th tha the UtAjulep thejulep
julep Nut ned No mall ever tasted tasteda
a genuine Julep without finishing it itI It ItIt ItIf
I If the youns 7 younutal un man Corriden Corri en of St Stfor St StLouie StLouis
Louie really p1aYed played back on the gram gra86fer gramfor
for tear that Ladles bIts k wignt hurt hurthim hurthim hurthim
him he Is too yellow to be in this thisleague thisleague
league 188 < ue and we would bate to hire hireMm hirehim hirehim
him ia I any other He would ovld be beIIwen a aswell aswell
swell asset not to have around round the theStahl theplace
place In a close game me If h he backed backNlaway backedaway
away eYe every time Lajole Ie Cobb Craw Crawtor Crawford
tor ford Doe Geseler ter Harry rrY DtL Davis i Jake JakeSthJ SakeStahl
Stahl Trill Speaker and the other otherslugging othersluKglng otherslugging
slugging swatters came to bat Ha
CRYDER IS WORKING 0RKLNG 0RKLNGOUT
OUTGMPG OUTGMPGOld OUT G W U SQUAD SijUADOld
Old Swarthmore Guard In Instructing Instructing Instructing ¬
structing Linemen First FirstRudiments FirstRudiments FirstRudiments
Rudiments in Blocking
George G rge Washington Ws iltJtOll is I making rapid rapidstrides rapidatrIdM rapidstrides
strides toward perfecting play in prepa preparation KeparatIOn pseparation ¬
ration for the Washington College game sameon gameon gameon
on Saturday SaturdayAttention StUrdlLyA SaturdayAttention
Attention A ttenUoiL was wa paid to the line yester yesterday yeetMda yesterday ¬
day da end practice wound up with fast fastsignal fastslgnat fastsignal
signal practice aad scrimmage work workCoach workCoach workCoach
Coach Magoffin a received substantial Mlb t8DUal aid aidyesterday aidresterda aidyesterday
yesterday In the person of Cryder the theold theold theold
old Swsjthmore guard who spent an anhour anhour anhour
hour in showing the linemen the rudij rudijmenu nMlf nMlfme mdim
menu me m ts and PrInciples of < t blocking and aadbreaking qdbreakiBg andbreaking
breaking through and the th fruits of his hislabors hisJabors hislabors
labors were soon forthcoming as a no noticeable notJcCble noticeable ¬
ticeable improvement in the work of the theline theline thebite
line was seen in the scrimmage scrimmageIt
It will be remembered B1bered that Cryder Cryderwas Cryderwas Cnyderwag
was on the team when heD Swarthmore Swarthmoreboasted Swarthmoreb SwarthmorebosM4d
boasted of sqch nch h stars as Maxwell Mill Millman llIlman Millman
man Kreuger Kreu and Cobble which line linein lIoeIn linein
in that day was considered the peer of ofany orany ofany
any in the country co trY ryder has assisted assistedat
at SwKrthmore Suo rthmO in coaching co chlDg the line linesince Unesince linesince
since his graduation and U capable cp 1e of ofdeveloping ofdevelOPinG ofdeveloping
developing whatever latent strength strengththere slreZ1gththere strengththere
there is in L the th Hatcnetites line lineCuppy lIn lInCuppy IinqCuppy
Cuppy Farmers injury was wa not as asserious asdous asserious
serious dous as was thought and it is expect expected expecttd expectei ¬
ed that he Will be out before long All AllI AllUte Allthe
the veterans were out and Crafts CraftsWhite Craftshlte CraftsWhite
I White hlte and Ilooten showed to advan advantage adTantage avantage ¬
tage Hoofen has taken on weight and andnnk andlooks andlooks
looks nnk tn to be rounding into form
What hat may prove a a a blow to tho teams teamschances teamsebaDce teamschances
chances was announced anno when it was waslearned W33learned waslearned
learned that not a few would be inellgi inellgiWe ineligible <
ble to play pla on account of O matriculation matriculationIt > D DIt
It te I understood that several men who whowere whoWirc whowere
were counted upon to nake the team teamwill teamwill
will not be allowed to play on account accountof accountor accountof
of strict faculty f uJty regulations r as regards regardsentrance
entrance requirements requ ments It was not notlearned notlearned
learned who the unfortunate men were werebut werebut
but the manager and coaches have havelearned hayelearned haveIearaed
learned that it will n seriously rioU81y Interfere Interferewith tnterCerewith
with the teams prospects prospectsEvory prospectsEvot prospectsEvery
Every effort is being put forth to de develop de deelop ¬
velop elop the team for the game Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day Crydtr Cryd r will be out this t Is afternoon afternoonand afternoonand
and Coach Magoffin expects to have haeJong a along
long hard practice against agaln tCentral tCentralHigh Central CentralHigh CentralHigh
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would look real cunning ctlAftt away sat satthe t tthe 00 00the
the grass 11th when there t w wen a man MJI on onthird ORthird 00third
third and nobody JIObod ant He H would have haveappeared hwulpeared haveappeared
appeared in 1 a a better light U Ud he bd bdsad badmid
sad d he had been led astray tray in the theLajoie theL3J theLajole
Lajoie L3J le matter because ef r his ye youthful ytht1l1Bes youthfulfloss > uthfnl uthfnlness
ness To say that he lacks lack the cour cournary COJUage coprage
age to fa facu 9 the theblg bllr hitters m aa ordi ordinal ordinary
nary game stamps Iltam 6 him at once as an anundesirable anund anundesirable
und undesirable 6Blrahlt > who should go < 0 to torabblb raising raisingrabbits maIsiw maIsiwrbbltn
rabbits and get t out of tHe tHepastime taepuUme attonsI attonsIpastime
pastime puUmePtt I IPerhaps
5 5PethOs
Perhaps Ptt b05 if the colonel took two real realjuleps redjUlep restjuleps
juleps he would talta tal s a nt ore re eh cheerful dMedtllviaw cheerfulview rfttl rfttlview
view about the country t17 betas aW aWe to toget tog toget
get g t along without one n WMUI running
the whole warks warksThe w wpek wpekThe k kThe
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The Cleveland payers are bnsy cbars
leg Ty Cobb with havtog Iog a yellow yellowstreak 7e11oWstreak yellowatroak
streak because he laid ole o part of this thisseason tbiwhen thisseason
season when his batting average aveeulIWJally was wasunusually wasunusually
unusually high and be thought ht he h had hadLajoie hadLajoie hadLajole
Lajoie beaten to a certainty The story storywas BtOr7waa storywas
was nor believed Ieed at the time it Itftnt was wasfirst wasfirst
first sprung prn even ea by those e In other otherelites otb otbeIUe othercities
elites who did not like CobIa but buttbe since sincethe sine sinethe
the St Louis case showed bo how seriously seriouslythe Hriod817tbt soslonelythe
the players wer w were takIng the competition competitionfor cem cemfor
for the auto many fans are wlmmc willi to tobelieve tobellrAl tobelieve
believe most anything Sonvk credence credencewill credeacewill credencewill
will therefore be given the Cleveland Clevelandversion CIeYeIaadveratoa Clevelandversion
version of the eye trouble which w wall wallappoMd waspposed 8 8supposed
supposed pposed to have hav kept the Georgian rs1aD out oatof outoC outof
of the lineup for a week or so soThree eThree
+ 0 0Three
Three genuine ge ulne juleps and the colonel colonelwould coIOIMIIwould colossiwould
would not have ha ve needed an anexperience aeroplane to toexperience toexperience
experience the sensation Plldoll of fl flIts flying tag tagIts
+ 0 5 5Its
Its pretty hard to tell how t to take takethe taketbe takethe
the exhibition games between the Phila Philadelphia PIItladel1hl Plilladelpiule ¬
delphia < Athletics aad the AllStars AllStarsThey AllStanr AllSiamrhey
They r are ar intended artmarily to keep the theAthletics tileAthletics theAthletics
Athletics in condition tondld ft and nd should serve servethe HlY8the servethe
the purpose 08e well elL Also they t should be beworth beworth
worth seeing Walter Johnson fanned taDJMdthree fannedthree fannedthree
three of the Athletics in one o Inning yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday which whle was nothiar nothI remarkable remarkablefor lentarkblefor remarkablefor
for him but ft went went to prove that the thePhiiadetPhiaas thePhUadelPhIaD8 thePhiladelphians
Philadelphians are not Invincible at the theplate tbttlat thepints
plate lat and that they may have their theirtroubles theirtroubles theirtroubles
troubles in hitting hlUm the th Chicago pitch pitchers pttehen pitchera ¬
ers enTile + 0 0The
The colonel has not been b 6ft brutalized brutalizedbr
bY the fight bt pictures If he had been beenhe beenJe beenlie
he weald never have npiredated redated such sucha
a delicate and subtle concoction as a agenuine aJenulne a aenuiue
genuine enuiue JIaIe13WsISUne Jt1e Iclep dawlne aubte mind YOU not notthese DOtth notthose
these th e crimes they call m mnt nt f juleps In InPbll4lel InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pbll4lel ud X New w York YorkThe YodThe TedThe
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The Athletics AUt and AllBtam will 11t play
here Friday ad the fans are discuss discussing dtaIeuulug discussbig ¬
lug the th game with interest When the theseries th thseries theseries
series between the twe teams was first firstKoposed fi5tproposed firatproposed
proposed not much was thought abcvx abcvxit a aIt abtit
It it but it seems eIIUJ to have ba va crown beyond beyondthe beyondthe beyondthe
the expectations n of the theMOlaOters theMOlaOtersJOOd promotersgood promoters A A0ood
good crowd saw the opener la Phila Philadelphia PhI1del Pidladolphin ¬
dolphin del la yesterday With the pre prespell pre preaen preaenepell eI eIspell
spell of good weather and the thepubUc haw hawpublic baseball baseballpublic
public bet up about out the worlds worW series serieswe MrMswe serieswe
we look for a a large and representative representativegathering repre representativegatheninn efttUyegatiterin
gathering of our beauty sod chivalry chivalrynext chivalrynext chivalrynext
next Friday as Charley Dryden would lsay
say
ARMY DEPENDING DEPENDINGON j jON
ON DROP KICKER KICKERWest
West Point Is Relying on onDean onDean onDean
Dean to Win Game GameFrom GameFrom GameFrom
From Yale YaleWEST YaleV YaleWEST
WEST V T POINT N T Oct 32 JWe8t JWe8tPobtt lteet lteetPoint West WestPoint
Point is counting on Qwarterbaek QwarterbaekDeans QeanterbocbDeans
1 Deans s toe te score re against Yale on Sat Satarday Sattuday Satarday
arday and paacibly to brine S victory victoryThe victoryThe
The little littI fellow Is being drilled every
day la drop kicking klckt and l is putting them themover themover themover I
over the bar from the 3Syard yazd Mae with withencouraging withenceuragfng withencouraging
encouraging regularity regularityThe regularityThe regularItyThe
The cadets also find comfort In the thefact thefact thefact
fact that they beat Tufts by a larger largerscore 1lgelscore largerscore
score than Yale did In the betting
however the cadets are demanding 3 3to 2to
to 1 The demand for seats is the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest ever made on the West Point PoIDtauthwltl PointautbodUes Pointauthorities
authorities 3iM s t tickets having haYiD been beensent DeeI1eeat beensent
sent to Yale alone aloneMORAN alouflORAN aloneMORAN
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the New Orleans Athletic Club next Sat Saturday Sturday Satunlay ¬
urday urdayA urdayCATARRH unlayCATAR CATARRH CATARRHA CATAR P H
A 1 SYSTEMIC S srEMIC BLOOD DISEASE DISEASECatarrh DISEAStCatarrh DISEASECatarrh
Catarrh is not merely an affection affectionof affectionof I Iof
of the mucous membranes it is a
deepseated blood disease in in which whichthe whichthc wnicbithe
the entire circulation and greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of the thesystem system are involved It Itis Itis Itis
is more commonly manifested in the thehead thehead thehead
head nose and throat because of the thesensitive thesensitive thesensitive
sensitive nature of these thesemembranes thesemembranesandalso membranes membranesand membranesand
and andalso also because becausethey they are aremoreeasily aremoreeasilyreachedbyirritatinginflueuces more easily easilyreached easilyreached
reached reachedbyirritatinginflueuces by irritating influences from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the outside The symptoms of Ca Catarrh Catarrh
tarrh such as a tight feeling in the thehead thehead thehead
head nose stopped up throat throatclogged thrOAtc1og throatcloggetl
clogged c1og ed and dry hacking cough coughetc coughetc coughetc
etc show that the tiny blood vessels vesselsof vesselsof vesolelsof
of the mucous membranes are badly badlycongested badlycongested badlycongestedand
congested congestedand and inflamed inflamedfrom from the im impurities impurities mipurifies ¬
purities in the thecirculatiou circulation To cure cureCatarrh cureCatarrh cureCatarrh
Catarrh permanently permanentlytheblood the blood must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be purified and the system cleansed cleansedof
of all unhealthy matter Nothing Nothingequals Nothingequals othing othingequals
equals S S S for this purpose It Itattacks Itattacks Itattacks
attacks the disease at its head goes goesdown goesdown goesdown
down to tothebottontofthetroubleand tothebottontofthetroubleandmakes the bottom of the trouble and andi
i i makes a com complete comi coniplete ¬
i plete and last lastj Jasti lasting
i j ing cure by byi byPURIFYING
i 1 PURIFYING PURIFYINGthe PURIFYINGthe PURIFYINGthe
the blood bloodThen bloodThen bloodThen
Then the in inflamed inflamed inflamed ¬
flamed mem membranes membranes 111cmbraiies ¬
branes begin beginto begini begintC
i to neal l eal the thet
t J lead is iscleared iscleared is
ideared cleared breathing Incomes = Omes natural naturaland naturaland naturaland
and easy the throat is no longer longerf longerclogged longerclogged longerclogged
f clogged and every ry unpleasant unpleasantjsvmptom unpleasantsymptom unpleasantsymptom
symptom of the disease disappears disappearsS
s S S is the greatest of all blood bloodpurifiers bloodI blOOdpuriers
I purifiers and for this reason is the themost theI themost
most certain cure for Catarrh Book Bookon Bookon Bookon
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Q ATLANTA GA GA
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