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JO THE WASHINGTON TDIFX TDIlIOSDAT TDrE MONDAY lrO I > AY OCTOBER 2i 2t 1 1910
With ifih W Worlds rld s Series Over AthleticsAre Athletics Are Gi Given entredit Credit forH for Having ving Better Club Than
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VICTORY OF ATHLETICSTHOROUGHY ATHLETICS ATHLETICSTHOROUGHLY THLETICSt
t THOROUGHLY Y DESERVED DESERVEDWinning DESERVEDfi DESERVEDWinning
Winning fi iJg of Q of Worlds Championship Not the Result of a aFluke a aFluke
Fluke But of Good Straight Baseball in Which WhichThey WhichThey WhichThey
They Excelled in Every Department DepartmentBy
By THOMAS S RICE
CIIICAGtf ill Oct 24 NAt At tent It ItIs ItIsofi ItIs
Is Isofi over ovitraatl and we know kll W that the Phila Philadelphia PhlladelpWa PhiladelpMa ¬
delphia Athtetfe are the champions championsof
of th the world 9rld la flltb the matter of baseball ba baseballendeavor
endeavor endoaorThe endeavorThe ciHi oavor
The said Athletics won on their theirmerit tbellm theirmerits
merit m merits rl J They were then with the thepitcher tbepltcher thepitchera
pitcher catchers and hitting ttttIb in all allof aUor 111of
of which departments they were touted toutedin
In the preseason pTe e son dope as a being de deficient
flcient Not only that they were same sameDont gameDont ame ameDont
Dont forget the th game side of the thejuc8tion thequestion
question qU < 8t10n Probably no bunch of ath athletes ath1etes athletes ¬
letes ever went Into a big engage engagement onsa engagement < < ¬
ment with more slurs upon their theirphysical theirphysical theirphysical
physical and moral courage than the theAthletics theAthletics
Athletics Into this one but they have havelived havelived
lived down the record of 19 UO 181i i and no noman noman noman
man can gainsay gin ay their right to throw throwout thro throout throwout
out their chests individually Indhku lb and col collectively col1ecUveh collectively ¬
lectively and brag about the way theysmashed they theysmashed theysmuhed
smashed the supposedly invincible invinciblescoring Invincible5COrl invinciblescoring
5COrl scoring machine of the Cubs They
have been lacking in no particular particularThe particularThe particularThe
The pitching of Coombs yesterday yesterdaywa yesterdayWall 1 1waa
wa Wall a revelation to those who have havebeen IIaebeen havebeen
been rOttal1n roasting his previous perform performances performances performances ¬
ances lie was v not the great pitcher pitcherFar pitcherFar pitcherFar
Far from It IL He was a good pitcher pitcherfacing pitcherfacing pitcherfacing
facing a team great even In the hour hourof hourof hourof
of defeat It must be remembered rememberedthat rememboredthat rememberedthat
that the Cubs are are not children They
have won a major league pennant this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year and their best trick is sticking stickingon
on the job They were ere trying every everyxnirute everymlrute everynlipute
xnirute and knew kne how ho to try tryConnie tryConnIe tryConnie
Connie Mack is giving Ilng vast credit creditto creditto creditto
to Lapp for his work in catching
Coombe Coom They rhe are oldtime oldU oldtlge battery batteryor batter battermatPS Ipntterymates
mates but Lapp did not catch as wellor well wellor
or throw as well as Thomas has done doneCOOInb s sCoombe i iCoombs
Coombs may have pitched better to toLapp toLapp toLapp
Lapp than he did to Thomas which is isall l lall isall
all more or less a question le t16n of pay psyohology payehology j
ohology holob but Coombs delivered two bad badball bailball badball
ball games in both of his previous Ivictories i ivictories IIdories
victories and on form should have havebeen i ibeen ibeen
been beaten in th the > final clash He Hewas Hewas i iwas
was better bet ter yesterday than he has hasbe4n hasbeen i ibeen
been in this th Is series rles He had all of his hisKpeed i ispeed I IWed
speed Wed control and good hitting behind behhtdhim hehindhim i ihim
him He was not a a great pitcher atany at atany atany
any stage of the ggme ggmeThroughout g game gameThroughaut me meThroughOut
Throughout the series the dope do has hasgone hasgone
gone 000 wrong ron The wonderful inside insidebaseball fnHldebacIbalI insidebaseball I
baseball with which hleh the Cubs were werecredited werer werecredited
credited r dlt has h not been in evidence and andthe j jthe Ithe
the inexperience and youthf youthfulness outhulness ulness of j t
the Athletics has not been all that thatcould thatcould
could have been en asked ked They httY showed showedon thowedon
on Saturday Saturda and repeated yesterday YMterduThe
They The were not rattled by the fast hit hltKnd ¬
ting and running of their opponents opponentsand opponentsand opponentsand
and rose to every etr emergency emerMe Charley
I Comiskey Contiakc Bill Donovan Dono and such like likebaseball Ukei likbaseball
i baseball experts xpert are conceding them themthe themthe themthe
the championship of the American AmericanLeague AmericanLea81I AmericanLeague
League for a y year or to and seem to tobe tobe
be right rightAlthough rightI rightAlthough
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I Although the Athletics finished the theAmerican theAmerican
American League season with an un unofficial Ul UloftclaJ unofiicial ¬
official batting batU overage of around 280 280few 286rew S0few
few of the critics thought they would wouldbe wouldbe
I be able to go that good in the contestsfor contests contestsfor conte ts tsI
I for the championship of the world The Thecustom Thecustom Thecustom
custom is for the weak sisters to come cometo comeI cometo
I to the front in a series as Rossman Rossmandid Rossm1did jtocsmandid
did for the Detroit Tigers but in this tbisca thiscare
ca care the Athletics were consistent to a aIn aman aman
man In fact they tore then met the thefondest thefond808t thefondest
fondest hopes as Lapp did yesterday inthe In Inthe 1nthe
the fifth inning It was not in the books booksthat booksthat booksthat
that he should come to the front with witha Uh Uha
a hit in a acrucial racial c moment for he is not nota nota nota
a good hitter ordinarily but he did didand didand dida
and a put his team one ahead when the thegoing thegoing thegoing
going was as most uncertain uncertainEddft uncertainEddie j jEddie
+
Eddie Collins is 1 not a a fourfluslfer fourfluslferHe tourftu lter lterH
He H stole two bases yesterday e terday One of ofthe orthe ofthe
the decisions was extremely close and anddrew anddre anddrew
drew dre down the wrath of the Cub fans fanson CaMon fanson
on Jack Sheridan but Jack was within wtthInfive withinflve thtn thtnftve
five feet of the t play and nd should know knowKilns knowKlInp knowKling
Kilns admitted that Eddie completely completelyoutguessed completelyout cotapietelyoutguesed
outguessed out < < u him m the games ame he caught caughtand caughtAnd caughtand
and Archer today would probably make makethe Jnaketho makethe
the tho same statement 8ttem nt if nut under oath oathEddie OQthE oathEtdte
Eddie E < = dle also got two doubles and a single singleThat singleThAt singleThat
That should be borne in mind mindConnie mindConnie mindConnie
+
Connie Mack has been professing proCee lnc all allsons aUaort8 allaons
sons of faith in Strunk but the fans fanswere fanswer fanswere
were wer not surprised ilurpn ecl to see ee Topy TopIJ Hansel Hanselin Har Hartselin 1 1In
in the lineup yesterday ye terday Strunk lacks lacksexperience lack lackexptrlence lacksexperience
experience and has been nervous Topsy Topsywould Topsywould Topsywould
would not be nervous If he was 88 going loIn to tobe tohe tobe
be married to a Chicago grass Ira1do Ira1doIn grasswidowin widow widowin
in a hobbleskirt hobble klrt lie opened the game gamewith pmewIth gamewith
with a hit and then stole 8to a base You Youwould Youwould Youwould
would never have thought h he was wt one oneof oneof oneof
of the oldest and smallest citizens who wholiave whohave whohave
have made a profession of baseball baseballThe 1 baseballS baseballThe > AlfebeJIfM
+ S
The Athletics have bav outplayed the tneCubs theCu theCubs
Cubs Cu at every angle an le They have hit hitbetter hitbetter hitbetter
better run bases better tet pitched better belterhave betterhae betterhave
have caught better betterwith with alt due re respects respects respects ¬
spects to Icing and Archer IreherMve have been beenas beenss n nlIS
as clever and as heady in their inflekl inflekling Inhkli InhklThey infekling
ing i
ingThey
They have won on a dean ciMUHpiOMhip ciMUHpiOMhipwithout clHpiOMblpwithout chaampionshipwithout
without a fluke
I Worl Worlds s Series Figures FiguresFirst I IFirM
First gamePhiladelphia game g tePhIJa Philadelphia elphla Monday onda October 17 17Second 11Seeond 17Second
Second game pinePhiladelphia Philadelphia Tuesday October IS ISThird ISTltirel ISThird
Third game g gameChicago Chicago Thursday ThurBda October OctoberFourth 28 28Fourth 30Fourth
Fourth game KameChicago Chicago Saturday October Octoberofth 22 22Fifth LFifth
Fifth cameChica game Chicago o Sunday October 21 21SCORES I ISCORES 3SCORES
SCORES OF GAME GAMEFirst GA GAVEt lE lEFInK
t First game KIftCAtbleUes Athletics 4 Chicago 1 1Second 1Seeond 1Second
Second game g gameAthletics HAthlette Athletics 9 I Chicago ChicagoThird 3 3Third 3Third
Third game gameAtltletiClf Athletics 12 I Chicago S SFourth 5FHrth L LFourth
Fourth pmeChieago game Chicago 4 I Athletics Te TM iimiiigc inningsFifth iimiiigcFifth JRRi JRRiFUth
Fifth FUth game caMeAthletics Athletics 7 Chlcaco ChlcacoTotal 2 2Total 2Total
Total run rune scored xore4AthleUc Athletics K s 3 Chicago Chlea Ji JiPITCHERS 15PITCHERS IL ILPITCHERS
PITCHERS AD GATCHBRS QATCSERSFirst GATCHBRSFirst CATCHlJRSFirst
First game saMeAthletics Athletk Bender and Thomas T CMc CJMeqe Ov 01 r tlf J MCM 1lelatire MCMtlre lcIM lcIMtire
tire and FiiugSecond KUng KlingSecond
I ISecond
Second game gameAthletics ameAth Athletics etk8 Coombs and Thomas T CWea CifIe Cllloagl Brown ro 7 Riefefc Riefefcand Itfehieand
and KiangThird Kiang KllngThird KlingThird
Third game gameAthletics ameAUtieUcs Athletics Coombs COOI M and Thomas Ttto w Chicago Rewlfcach O Me MeJntire 1reIntire rc rcInUre
InUre a 11 Pnester er C2t C 22 I and Km KmFourth KIMoourtlt Kihig KihigFourth < <
Fourth game gameChlca Chicago < < O Cole Sic S Br Drwlt WR 2 ai sad d Archer Athletics At1 etIcs B BeIl BeIltl Beader R Rer
tl der er rand and Thomas ThomasFifth ThosFiCUl ThomasFifth
Fifth game gameAthletics Athletics leUc Coombs CQ MN and Laslp Lg t Cmcage C leaKe Srowx aM d Archer AreherFirst ArcherATTDANCZa ilefterATTJ
ATTUNDAXCE ATTJ JJ CE FIGURB6 FIGURB6Third FIGUR
First game game2f aJtltef1tL 2f8M 2f8MSecond Third same game 24412Fifth 24412 4t2seeoai Jl
Second S gameUfi garae WitT Fifth gaiie27Jn gnnleiT1Fourtk gaiie27JnTotal ShteiJiIFCMl1tk
FCMl1tk PJft61f1fA Total for ftve ftcptJte8 ve suet ui ee 1344SL 1344SLRKOEIPTS L4LaEIFTS 124421tlIfJEIIaT5
RKOEIPTS aEIFTS i
First Game GameTotal Ga GaTolal GameTotal
Total receipt receiptsPlayers 3i4 t49U6i t49U6iPlayers Jit JitPlayers
Players share 2t2 2fJNy3 2fJNy3Each S SEach
Each clubs share t7tMl t7tMlCommi 1741COMmia 741 741CommiselOWS
Commi CommiselOWS tolls share 172 27ti14 27ti14Third 245 245Third 4i 4iThird <
Third Game GameTotal GameTotal GameTotal
Total receipts SXi71Y 31t7ilti6Players SXi71YPlayers WtTTl5 WtTTl5Players
Players share M 1tstli8l 1tstli8lEa SiLg1 SiLg1Each 45 ai aiEach
Each Ea h clu club f g Mare f62527 f62527Commteakms i i iCommiHiolls
Commteakms share SC3ilfi SC3ilfiFifth 314515Fltth 3L1Fifth 6
Fifth FifthTotal FifthTotal
Total receipts W71WS4 W71WS4Players i3iIiti1Players lMiI lMiIPI
Players PI erA share 2901291 2901291RECEIPTS I Wi91 Wi91RECEIPTS l lRECE
RECEIPTS RECE FOR FORTotal FORTotal FORTotal
Total receipts r pts U74 17486000 17486000Eack I7411ot40Eack eoOO eoOOEch
Eack dabs cht share re 31iLtt M22 4
Secernl GameTotal Game GameTotal
Total receipts fSla g19iM g19iMPlayers 137M 137MPlayers H HPtsJers I
Players share 1S97SK 1S97SKBach ti9i1 i lS lSEach
Each clubs share C3H LtK LtKCommissions s sCommissions 1 I
Commissions aftare are 35i3i 3511 3511FMlrtlt 351211Fesrtb 35i3iFcwrtk
Fcwrtk Game GameTotal GCoTotal GameTotal
Total receipts Lf551 27S5 75510 50 50Players 0 I I
Players share 14 1477T 7717 7717Each 7
I
Each clubs share 4959CO 4959COCommissions 1 t9 t100 fq fqCommissions
I
Commissions share 275588 275588Same q qGame d5 6 6Ga
Same Ga GameEtch SameEach I IEach
Each clubs cluh share 5GS097 5GS097Commissions 3cSp9Comnslssions i iComm18t1lons i
Commissions share 371LG5 371LG5FIVE 5711 5711FIVE i71LGiFIVE
FIVE GA3 G GAMIS GAMISPlayers tES tESPlayers ES ESPlayers
Players share ai aaJ048t aaJ048tCOIDmiMkMts 3591121Commissions 2 2Commissions
Commissions share 1744863
Athletics players share shareCilialgo leiJslE leiJslEChicago 1111142 1111142Chicago
Chicago players pa enl share re TS7fB 1fIif13The yiicli2The TS7fBThe
The Athletic Athletl will 1U > divide their share among 23 player yenr each receiving reoeiiagMt reoeiving146tS1
146tS1 146tS1The 246 Mt MtThe i iThe
The ChJcapoe Ch Chicai eaft m wilt 11I divide their share among amon 3 3 players each receiving receivingOniclnl recelln recellntf receiving41G
41G tf > 9J5 9J5Oflclnl 3 3On1c1nl
Oniclnl hntilnpr imtHn nod fielding fellii r nvern averages es compiled c lDl1l1ec1 by committee committeepointed ap appointed 01 01polutcil
pointed by b National Commtanlon CommtanloniimAnKLPiiiA CoullulotduolIIIIngLPllI CoauudsaunIIIiLIELPIIIA
iimAnKLPiiiA lIIIIngLPllI < An tlm it im AVC i c vo A E EStrunk Eo tve tveStrunk c cStrunk
Strunk cf 4 IS ISior 7S S 10 O 1 D09 D09Iord DMJLord
ior Lord i if 5 i icoiiniM 8 1 4 I isu isur S S 0 0 1000 1000Collin 1000Collins
Collin yi b > 1 1 r o 1 41 issi issin 17 1 IT 1 1 1 1Juker D71 D71linker
linker 31 i < R n a ioi ioiMurphy 9 11 S s sa SIi9 SIi9Murphy em emJ1urph
Murphy rf r u 3 f R 7 7DnvlN WO to a 2 0 1000Davis 1000 1000DoI
Davis Hi 5 17 1 5 5IJnrrv n I S 43 1 1 S 9C6 DaOharry 9C6nnrr
harry nnrr HX 37 I 4 4TliomnK 8 I 32 0 OTcnm 1000 1000Tholun 1000Tlomns
TliomnK C 4 1 3 12 S SBender 50 0 17 S 1 D DBender 1 1Bender
Bender p I z o 1 s sCmtmlis t 1 0 1000 1000Comh 1000Caonibs
Cmtmlis p t IS 1 0 r rllnrtnel ts 1 4 719 719Ilnrtsel 4 4Jlnrt14tl
llnrtnel If 1 1 5 2 i 1 1Lniip OO 5 0 0 1000 1000LAllI loooLnpp
Lniip c 1 4 1 0 1 20 = 0 i 0 1000Tcnut 1000 1000leon
Tcnm leon IinttlnR hnttln nverncc U7 3Hreniu U7Tcntw n nlenua
Tcntw flcldliij Average U4S U4SCHICACJO 945CIIICUO J3SCiIICtGO
CHICACJO CHICACJOSliccUard G AB It nil AVc ID A E ave hcShecliard aveSbcckard
SliccUard UT UTJjcli 14 5 4 281 81 8 1 900 009Scbulte 909Sclsulte
Jjcli Scbulte til tc rf rfHodniiii r I 17 c u 35i 4 0 1 S00 S00iIotnuin SOO
Hodniiii cf cfClmncc c 15 4 07 7 0 0ri 1 1 oS oSChnnee i5 i5Chance
Chance Hi HiStclnfeldl 11 37 1 1 6 3 3I3 ri a 4 0 1000 1000Zimmerman 1000Zintmertuntt
Zimmerman 2h h 17 1 0 4 ki 30 IS ISTcnm 1 9aa 9aaStelnfehU 966Stcinfeldlb
Stclnfeldl Stcinfeldlb tb tbTinker b 20 0 O 2 2IS 100 1 1 1 S7 S7Tinker oS oSTinker
Tinker MM MMKlliipr u IS 2 2IS G 883 J II 11 14Yung 9G 9Gl
Klliipr l llnJc c eY oto IS 0 1 077 0 11 7 0 1000 1000Archer 1000Arcber
Arcber e lb lbOvernll 11 1b 3 11 1 2 382 382O IS l7 0 1000 1000Oerdl 1000Overall
Overall i iMcIwtJrc p > 1 1 1 O O O0 0011 0011O 1011 0 0 0 000McIutirc 000 000UcllJ1Jre
McIwtJrc p p pJlrovrn > 1 0 O 090 0 i I UClC UClCroun RR6Brown
Brown roun p pKIchlc 1 7 0 0 000 000O 0 10 1 000Hlchle DOn DOnIUcllle
KIchlc p pRculbucli 1 0 0 0 OO 000 000O 0 0 0 noo nooRcul1Jucb 000Itcuibnch
Rculbucli < j j1felstcr ii l > 1 0 0 0 000 000O O 1 0 1000 1000l 10001feister
1felstcr l p plieniimont 1 11 1 0 O 000 0 1 0 1000 1000Benumont 1000Benumont
Benumont lieniimontCole 3 It 0 000 0 0 0 000 000Cole 0ooCole
Cole p pXeedknm 1 0 0 JOOO 000 I 1 3 0 1000 1000Xdllnm 1000leedhnm
Xeedknm 1 1 0 0 000 0 0 0 000 000Tenm 000Tennt
Tcnm hafting ImttlD average 21 21Tcnm 1Team 1 1TeRm
Team TeRm fielding fIeldln average In rnge 154 u4
c I Ii
i
II Veteran Who Was Equal to Emergency II I
I 1 1TOPSY
TOPSY HARTSEL HARTSELAthletic HARTSELAthletic HARTSELAthletic
Athletic Outfielder Out elder Whe Proved Sur Surprise Surprile Surprim ¬
prim In Final inal Game of ofWorlds ofW ofWorlds
Worlds W o rIds Series SeriesfflEIBALL Seriesu SeriesdASKETBALLLEAGUE SeriesdASKETBALL
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fflEIBALL dASKETBALLLEAGUE dASKETBALLLEAGUEWILL LEAGUE LEAGUEWashington LEAGUEWILLREORGANIZE
WILL WILLREORGANIZE WILLREORGANIZEWashington REORGANIZE REORGANIZEVI
Washington VI ashington City Ci ty Association Associationto
to Hold Meeting Tonight TonightatYMCA Tonightat
atYMCA atYMCAThe at Y 1 M C A AThe AThe
The first regular meeting of the Wash Washington WashIngton aMt aMth ¬
ington h toft City Basketball League will ill bej Be Behekl beheld
heW at the Y M I C G A tonight at a S Soclock Soclock I
oclock The mectfng will be for the thepurpose thepurpo thepurpose
purpose purpo e of reorganising reo ni tft the league ands andsforming and I Iforming Ironnlng
forming a schedule for the coming i jwinter iwinter Iwinter
winter J JThe IThe
The officers of the organization dedare de deelare
clare that from the present pre ent outlook theywill they theywill theym
will m have one of the most prosperous prosperousseasons pro prosperousseasons perous
I
seasons in l the history hlstOI of the league leagueAmong leaJHAmong leagueAmong
Among the different clubs which hicb will willbe j i Ibe
be present at the meeting tonight will j jbe I
be two teams from the Y M C A sec sections I It10ftf
tions A and B one team from the theGeorgetown theG theGeorgetown
Georgetown G rgeton College which will be in inSection inSection InSection
Section A one team representing the theIngram I II IIngram
Ingram Memorial Church which will wiltalso willalso
I also be in Section A The Railroad BaliroadY Ral ro d dY II IIalso
Y it M C A will have a team to repre represent repreMnt represent ¬
sent them in Section B and two teamsfrom teams teamsfrom
from the Carroll Institute 1n Utute one in Sec Sectkm Section Section I
tion A and the other in Section BCaptain B BCaptain BCaptaln
Captain Edwards of the District Na National Nanal National ¬
tional nal Guard has been trying for some sometime sometime some Ornetime
time past to form a team from rom that thatorganization thatorganizatfon thatorganization
organization to to Join the Washington Vashlnton city cityleague cityleague cityleague
league but from the present outlook outlookit
it does not seem as though he will be besueceesful
successful lMeCe 8Cul In that case the league will wiillook wIUi
i i look for another team to take its place placej placeThe I
j The game schedule will be about the thesame thesame thesame
same as last year ear which will 111 be two twogames twoames twogames
games ames a week in each section the first firstgame firstgame firstgame
game will probably be played November NoyemberIt
12 12 The officers of the league are asfollows as asfollows asfonows
follows W V C Thatcher T > atcher president AG A AG AG
G Rice vice ice president and Bolganio Bolganiotreasurer Bolganlotreasuror Bolganiotreasurer
treasurer treasurori
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Trre 1kic Height HeightThe 1ldghtTbe
The Collar that fits ts close andStays and andStays
5 Stays Put It is a aCorlissGoon aCorliss aCorliss
CorlissGoon CorlissGoon2for25c Corliss Coon CoonHand CoonHand
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Georgetown Plays Hard HardPITTSBURG HardPITTSBtJRG HardPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Oct MJoBeohThompson MJoBeoh 1JosephThompson J0MPh J0MPhThompson
Thompson coach of the University Universityof
of Pittsmrg PIU Mtrg team eaI today gave out outthe outt1e outthe
the following statement atate wmt coocer concerning concerningSaturdays eo eemtRg eemtRgSaturdAys niag niagSaturdays
Saturdays game with 1th Georgetown GeorgetownI
I fully believe that the better betterteam MUMteam betterteam
team won but our victory only came caneabout cameabout caMUabout
about through the fact that the Pittphayera Pitt Pittplayer Ptttpta1enI
player got the he jump on their op epponente opponent ttpponantf ¬
ponent The Georgetown teamshould team teamshould 1It 1ItsIt
should sIt Wd be given credit for the plucky pluckyflght pI pluckyfight ky kyASht
fight they put up 11 a 811 they the play playt played playedlust 4 4just
just t as hard near r th tM end of the thecontest thecontest e eeonteet
contest as a they the did ia I the SinK quar quarter qrter quarter ¬
ter I am glad that Pitt was ableto able ableto ableto
to win this contest without showing ahewtegHjelr showingtheir Yo Yot
their t elr full strength We still till haVe haesomething haVe5Omethln havesomething
something in store for State on onThanksgiving OftTbankalvtng onThanksgiving
ThanksgivingAiMy Thanksgiving ThanksgivingTO TbankalvtngARMY
ARMY AiMy OF COACHES COACHESTO COACHESTO
TO HELP Ifi IfiMany VIRGINIA VIRGINIAMany VIRGINIAMany
Many Alumni Famous inTheir in inTheir inTheir
Their Day Prepare Team Teamfor Teamfor Teamfor
for CarlisleCHARLOTTESVILLE Carlisle CarlisleCHARLOTTESVILLE I
I II I
CHARLOTTESVILLE Va Oct 3L 3LA 3 3A 3i 3iA
A small army of alumni coaches will willroute willOlm willcOtne
route Olm to the University of Virginia Vhp a this thisweek tbisweek thisweek
week to lend their help in putting UtUD the thefinishing theftnl8hlpJ thefinishing
finishing touches on the varsity elevenpreparatory eleven elevenpreparatory Ten Tenpreparatory
preparatory to playing the game with withthe Yo withthe b bthe
the Carlisle CarHs Indians OR Saturday S < < turday a aat week weekat j jat
at Washington asbln tDn iAmong j jAmonar I IAmont
Among the tlwtlc who will I be here i iassist to toassist I Iastltst
assist Head C Coach ch Crawford are Bob BobWilliams Bobi
Williams i illiams of Roanoke AUSoutaern end endin endIn endIn
in his day Bob Graham GraM of NortonVa Norton XortonVa
Va who be also al o played end BradleyWalker Bradley BradleyWalker Bn ley leyValker
Walker of Nashvttte Teats Te who for forseveral forseveral
several years played tackle and aadaRel full fulland fuMand I
and incidentaliy tncMentaUyauade nade the All Southern Southernand SoUthernand Southernand
and Billy Cloth who hag ba been coaching coach coachins
ins inJ at V M Yo IVirginias I IVirginias L LVirJlnlazs
Virginias showing sbo1n In Saturdays game gamewhen gID81ld gamewhen
when 1ld site she e downed Virginia VI nla MMItary In Institute Insiltute ¬ I
stitute 2S S to to t was moot gratifying to tothe tothe tothe
the coaches This js the same teamthat team teamthat
that North N > rth Carolina defeated C to toearlier 1 1earlier I
earlier in the season IIOD Thus far Vir VirKlnia Virginia I
ginia has not been scared on This Thisrecord Th18 Th18rftord Thlsrecord
record is even en better than that made by bythe It Itthe bythe
the fll famous mous UH eleven that defeated the theNavy theNavy
Navy last year f fltr r even that team was wasbeaten 11011 11011beaten
beaten by b LfhiRh bv a close score 1ft 1ftone inone
one of the early earl gamesTodd games a > > Ks KsToWt
Todd Tod < l a right half hack a k continues to tohe t6be tohe
he the particular star r Though T heweighs he heweighs hewcl
weighs wcl hs toil m t 1 lU pounds his h work haspeen has baahMn
been phenomenal and he is being 6lnJ gen generally generaJ1 geecrafty ¬
crafty eraJ1 classed cla Etl as the equal of Stantonof Stanton Stantonof
of last la t years squad If he continueshis continues continueshl6
his present rr ent stride in thebiff theb games it Itis itis
is the general ner11 opinion > that he wHI make makethe makeAtlan
the AllSouth AllsouthCHICAGO ll outh Atlanic AtlanicCHICAGO AtlanieCHICAGO Atlan ic
CHICAGO BACKERS BACKERSPAY BACKERSPAY BACKERSPAY
PAY THEIR BETSPOTTCVJLLE BETS BETSPOTTSVILLE BETSPOTT
POTTSVILLE POTT 1LLE Pa Oct 3As As theresult the theresult theresult
result of wagers on the worlds base baseball bfueball baseball ¬
ball championship worshipers in three threelocal threelocal threelocal
local churches were surprised surpris tonightwhen tonight tonightwhen tonilhtwhen
when several persons 1e ns were erf hauled to
the churches In wheelbarrows wheelbarrowsThose whieib8rro whieib8rroThose wheelbarrowsThose
Those mho no tugged tl M at the handles were wereyounsr wereoun wereyoung
young oun men who bet on Chicago OH OHperson ORe OReI1On Onepbrson
person I1On thus thu wheeled to church was as a ayounsr ayoun ayoung
young youn womanCLAIMS womanCLAIMS woman womanCLAIMS
CLAIMS A FOUL FOULSporting FOULSporting FOULSporting
Sporting Editor The Washington TimesJack Times TimesJack TimesTack
Jack Sawers better known as a Geo Geor GeorSawcrs Georce re
Sewers a young Washington boxer boxerwho boxerwho boxerwho
who lost to Frank Mann at Baltimore
Saturday Saturda night in the th fifth round was
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FIGHT WAS rr FIXED FIXEDA FIXEDATTELLDECLARES
ATTELL A ATTELLDECLARES ATTELLDECLARESFeatherweight DECLARES DECLARESFeatherweight DECLARESFentherweight
Featherweight Throws Light Lighton
on Much Talked of Jeffries JeffriesJohnson jeffriesJohnsonMatch JeffriesJohnson
Johnson JohnsonMatch JohnsonMatchICAI Match MatchKANSAS ti tiICAhSi
ICAhSi KANSAS ICAI S CITY Mo Oct 24Abe t4AbeAtleli 24 24AbeAttell Abe AbeAttoK
AttoK ebampioc featherweight teUbirweichtt declares declaresthat declaresibat
that t at the JeffriesJohnson fight lat was w aframeup a aframetip aframeup
frameup that Johnson J < b 8Oll was to lay laytown laydfllWn laydewit
town but when John Johnson + on learned that thatdeonn thatGeonM thatGeorxy
deonn Little 11t had a lot of money o on onJeffrie ClIftT i iJeffries
Jeffrie T he i told 1Cl Jeff Jeffrie that everythingwag everything everythingwas ev < < YthtDft YthtDftwu
was on of off and the fight wa was for the tJH bestman best bestman
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man RIa to 0 win wt accordbyt accordm arco lllllt to a story pub pubHan pubHelhM pabltldted
Han HelhM HelhMUftdl her herUntil here hereUndl
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sen ft had art rHe reed to ley down to J JAU dtf4 dtf4Attell
Attett AU Mid id last Jutt Bfefct George e Little LktleJohnsons LIttkMOft LittleJohnsons
Johnsons MOft depose a pooed sees miammer er told methis me mettota metlIL
this Then when Johncoa Jobi H > found out outthat oatUlat outthat
that Little was around a JMI betUn bett bettiag on OftJeIt OftJeIt1M Jeff JeffIM Jeffho
IM sent at word to Jeff that th t the f fnmeup fnmeupwatt frameupwas runeup runeupwas
was off 0 < < and that Uie he fight was wast ui xotas xotast g gtd
td t he on the square squareThere eqUlUeTMre squareThere
There were w < < e a number of busy mo motions m0t muting ¬
ting t within the th next f few w hours bou butJohnson but butJohnson but1ohMOft
Johnson would not listen to reason Ha tiewould Hawould Hewould
would not see Little Ut tlf win any moneyThen money moneyJhen I IThen
Then Jeff Jet collapsedOLDFIELD collapsed lIa lIaOLDFIELD I IOLDFIELD
OLDFIELD TO RACE RACEJOHNSON RACEJOHNSON I IJOHNSON
JOHNSON TOMORROW TOMORROWFighters TOMORROWFighters TOMORROWFighters
Fighters Friends Will Present Him HimWith HimWith HimWith
With Diamond Belt as Far Farwell Fate Fatewell Fatewell
well Token TokenXBW TokenNEW TokenNW
NEW YORK Oct Ot 24rrle MFnieitde 24 Friends 0f Jaek JackJohason JaekTnhulOll JaekJohnson
Johnson will present t a diamond belt to tohim 10hi tohim
him hi 4 tomorrow mar row afternoon ernooa just before beforehe beforehe beforehe
he engage en aes m fait hi automobile race with withBarney withBarney WItlinaf
Barney naf Oidllel OkWekL C > Mftrid on th tM Kheepshead RJaet Shecp bead Bar Bartrack Ba Batrack Batrack >
trackThep track trackTher trackTINT
TINT will make the orenentatlon tore eutattoe before be before befOfe
fore the race purely pureI as a a precautionarymeasure precautionary precautionarymeasure precautionarymu
measure mu a ftll thev are alf net sun < l that therewill there therewiil tberewi
will wi b be any an Jack Johnson J Jhn hnson after aft the race raceJohnson raeeJJhuon raceJohnson
Johnson eayt ss oJ > 5 he h is i goteg spm to beat beatOidneld beat0IdAeI4 beatoldaeld
Oidneld or r run his marble through tltlOU l thefence the thefence 1MeU
fence eU e tr t trying > in I The 1w fe fence c Is generally generallyrelieved itenerallyrelieved enerallYreI
relieved reI to be in great danger danjterWILL dangerWILL r rWILL
WILL YOSTS TEAM TEAMDEFEAT TEAlYlDEFE TEAMDEFEAT
DEFEAT DEFE lT SYRACUSE SYRACUSEANN SYRA U
ANN A N ARBOR Mrh Oct 24 t 4 Will Willthe wmtM Wtlthe
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the team wa wave < up This Is the question ques question qaeetion ¬
tion that followers OU9w n of the th Wolverines Wolverinesare 01 01ar
are ar asking a ki jut two days da before Yostaid Yost Yostind Ye > > t tnd
ind nd his squad start for Syracuse to bat batJones battle battle
tle with ith an a ag ation tIoft lied 1Jy T A D DTont DJones
Jones Tont another member ember of the Jones Jonesfamily JODeIIbml1 Jonesfamily
familyIt family familyIt bml1 bml1It
It is generally thoac thought t in Aim Arbor Arborfootball Arborfootball A or orf
football f tba11 circles that Jones coach of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Syracuse eleven aI is almost theequal the theequal Ueequal
equal of his brother Howard in whew wtaoeba whewhands whooahands
hands ba the O S U hope 1aoI eale l He e And It HJs Itfa itis
Js fa safe to say 1 that if Xichisput Xlctdcaaoa keeps beepson
on playfos pia listl listless s football football f Ot1I and Tad TaAIJODftI Tad
Jones Oran Orange c team lives up to Ha repui repuitaller repu j
taller J lllehlpn will tU be kept butJtllllc butJtllllcto t
to fight t off of defeat next Saturday Tad Tadb Tadbu Tadbus
b bu s all week to work his Tank1his varsity against agalasthis againsthis
his scrub ru Hi lUll scouts saw all that thatMichigan thatKtebip thatMichigan
Michigan had to offer displayed aptn8t aaatnatOhio aptn8t0Id0 gtr gtrOhio
Ohio State ate team t last Saturday Saturda and the theformer ttwformer theformer
former Yale Y 8 star will line up special specialdefense apedaIcleten apedsldefense
defense cleten e In tbeee t plays playsYost
Yost on the other hand has but two twoOC twoor
or OC three days cia ot scrimmage crimJDa < < e before he beaDd heand I
and his men must leave Tor the Ease EaseThte Ea8tTbb EastThin
Thin is hardly eno en Dt jh b time in which wblebto whichto
to correct all the faults displayed by J
the Mlchiganders against Ohio State StateYALE StaeYALE StateYALE
YALE DISCOURAGED DISCOURAGEDBY
BY ELEVENS EL VENS WORK WORKXBW i iNEW
NEW HA HAVEN VEX Conn Oct 24 2tlaioa 2tlaioagameneels 41al laliV laliVgamcnOBx
gamcnOBx traditional throughout out UH UHcollege ueeoI thecollege
college eoI world orld is being put to a severe severetest severetest
test these days day by b Y tb the work of the foot football footbail
ball team teamBtoe teamBI1w
Blue teams t oC 0 the tb past have have made de
hurricane tniabes fiiitsbes bo t the be student I l Iott > ot oy
has about come to the conclusion eoDClu oIa that thattt th thit
it is too much to ask the mo lO squad lIQ d to toFirst 10I u ude t
de I likewise likewiseFirst
I
First a double aeore against Yale by
Syracuse then a defeat by West Point
and finally a nothing DOtb to nothing score SCoreagalD8t scoreagainst
against Vanderbilt The outcome of the thePrinceton
Princeton and Harvard struggles lea is a asubject asubject i iI
I subject that gives no consolation in Its itsdiacuesioa
discusafoB discusafoBI diacuesioaThe
I I The coach coaches s still talk hopefully but butthe butI butthe
I the nonexperts Ron xperts who hav hpe h e witnessed 1t se4 the thework theI thework
work of the team from rom day da to da to today t3da today ¬
day da agreed that the material is far CarloW be below P Plow ¬
I low the Yal Yale standard and that unless unlessa Ut11 3 3a
a stiffer defense > is taught th the men this ihiaweek tbiseek thisweek
week eek disaster awaits the team in these thesegames th thsames thesegames
games gamesHARVARD samesHARVARD gamesHARVARD
HARVARD PREPARES PREPARESFOR PREPARESFOR PREPARESFOR
FOR ARMY GAME GAMEBOSTON GAM GAMBOSTOx GAMEBOSTON
BOSTON Oct ct K 21With With the th toughest toughestproposition t toughestpropoeiten l lyet
proposition yet before them that of ofrieaAimc ord ofdefeating
d defeating the test Watt Point team that thathas thatha thathas
has ha beaten ten their ancient a nt enemy Yale Yalethe Ylethe Yalethe
the Harvard football squad today todaystarted toeJa toeJaMa todaystarteei
started Ma the moet mot < t strenuous week eek of oftraining oCtraln oftraining
training traln of the season seasonThe Ma3tHThe redseti redsetiThe
The Crimson men realise r JtM that theyhave they theyhave thtYhave
have a big job to set et In shape to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the Army ArmyThe ArmyThe rmr rmrThe
The men all carne cam through thlOt s the Brown Browngame Bronin Brewngame
game in g 1Cd > > od shape not one 0 receiving receivingan
an injury of anv consequence 1I8e < 1W1Ke 3M 3Ms and andis andis
is s very ver ver likely that practically the same sameteam NmefJm sameteam
team fJm which started the jtam game amt Saturday Saturdayrvtll SatuJl Saturdaywill by bywHl
will be the one to face the Army ArmyI ArmyYOUR AronYOUR
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POSITION OF ATHLETICS ATHLETICSIS
IS NOW UNQUESTIONABLE UNQUESTIONABLEWorlds
Worlds Series Marks arks Passing of One of the Greatest Gr atest Ball BallTeams BallI BallTeams
Teams of I of All Times Ti es and the Advent of a Dashing DashingAggregation DashingAggregation DashingAggregation
Aggregation That Has Not Reached Its Zenith
And when wJad they fell fe 1 they ttae feM M MUKtfer 1tb 11keTmcWo
UKtfer UKtferOne never to sine again acataOM againOs
One Os week w wwer we < ap the Chicago NPdsanais NPdsanaiswoo ua uawere I
woo were wer generally eou4dered red one of the theCOMdeBt thehlDetl theBranded
Branded ba baseball ebaJI machines hlDetl the dfa dfamood dsstood i imoDII
mood bad ever known kilo the none e ofi ofiperfection of I Iperfeedon iperfection
perfection in teamwork and withoutpoets without i iHeld
peen III the matter of stratei 7 OIl the thefield thekid I
Held Their prestige made aoe thorn almost almostprohibitive aimoetprohibitive
prohibitive favorite over the Phila Pidladelpbla Philadelphia PbIladelpbla ¬ I
delpbla Athletics and It wan being beingfreely beingfreely IDe IDetreeIy
freely predicted prtd cttd that all that would wouldbe wOllldb wouldbe
be b required to take hack to Chicago Chiesgothe Chicagothe et caco cacothe
the words w r l title would be four games gamesIn pmesIn gamesIn
In which the Cub Cu would w assert their theirsuperiority daelrsur theirsuperiority
superiority sur < < lorit over the cr thaniniooa viDS iens of the theAmerican theAMft1eaa theAmerican
American League Just net as they had haddone haddone ad addcD
done dcD ov ovMonaL over aU ueIr the r rivals iD the Xational Na NatioaaL
MonaL MonaLToday tioaaLToday tionalToday
Today the Athletics AUaIe ca are champions chmmptonsof
of all pMrtnlMfmi 11 r 111 11 white w IIe the Cuba Cubahave cbebae cubshave
have mile to console them themNot theI tkaeamNot
Not sine since the White Sox won the series seriesbaa IIeI1eIItllere sainthas
baa there ever been such an n nthe upset Oft Ofttbe anthe I
the diamond That TbattMAtbJedea the Athletics con eonstituted eoasttutM constituted ¬
stituted a great ball u club was known knownbut JuaOwbbat knownbut
but among those who were supposed to toknow toItn toknow
know Itn w the opinion was virtually virtuall unani unanimous waaaitMt nnaalmoas ¬
mous that the t e Cubs Cu would be leciownod leciownodkings recrowJIedJdnp recrownedkings
kings of the diamond In fact it is now nowacknowledged DOWaekDow nowacknowipdged
aekDow acknowledged that in Philadelphia that thatwhile thatwhile bat batwldJe
while it was expected that the 1 e Athletics Athleticswould AthIet1cIWOUld Athletlcawouldd
wouldd would make a good showing there were werefew wereiew werefew
few iew who Who really believed there would be besuch beReb beslick
such a sweep of 0 the series so wide widespread widetMd whespread ¬
spread tMd was the belief belJe to the theory of ofthe oftile ofthe
the greatness of the Cubs CubsStfOfth eu euStreacth CubeStxel
Stxel StfOfth tlt TFaezpectei TFaezpecteiWhere U UWben UaxpcteWhere
Where weakness was expected the theAthletics theAthJe theAthletics
AthJe Athletics ca showed strength at strengthwhere where theCuts the theCubs theCuba
Cubs were supposed ppcNIed to be most ID09thre taaprea taapreaive impreesire
sire ive they fell 8M down miserably The Theaverages Tbea Theaverages
averages a prove beyond doubt that theAthletics the thepartment theAthJeib
Athletics excelled Ja fIlTer every mete 4e department 4epartJDe
partment partJDe t of O the five fiveOuthtt ftyeOuthit = area areaOuthit
Outhit outfleided outrun tIUJI otstpitthedatgueseed outpitcbed outpitcbedovtfftveoMd outpltcbedo 1
o ovtfftveoMd outgeneraled ou outf enerskd and out outcaubU outeaPClat outeaoght
caubU the Cnh c Csbo w went nt down before a asuperior afoe asuperior
superior foe and whn while > the retrogression retrogressionof on onof
of that club is now assured a S1IaIetI ured the Ath Athletics Athle Athleties ¬
le letics cs are being be IIIt heralded aa the great greatered createat greateat
eat aggrrpdott 01 alayera era ever lItath lItathHell gathered
ered toceOwr by the t astute utuCODDIe utuCODDIe1bdL Connie ConnieMack j
Mack For National League folks to tobe J t
be forced foCeCI to admit that the greatest greatestban greatestbait Mtet Mtetlu
ban dub on the universe ua Yenre Is not DO a meat meatier mt > m mbeT
her of that erganiTafkm orpI ovganiz QdOII > tdos is a bad blow blowbut lilo lilobut blowhut
but the facts silence eIle H dent denial 1 and Ban BanJo1u8tn BanJohnson j
Johnson to thoroughly tborou tlv Justified Juad ed In say saythis sa sathat saytn
tn that the ttitm0it triu oC the Athletics Athleticsthis AtbleUcatlli
this tlli juncture juact re is perhaps the most mostvautahie i itne
Ta vautahie a1r a achievement emftJt 1ft the annals Is 0 0the of ofthe t
the American League LeagaePitckmf LeapePitd LeaguePitelra
Pitckmf Pitd Pitelra C Carp Tsttocs TottOnSThe TsttocsThe Tetters11e
The scintillating tJi1aUIIC work of r the Pnfia Pnfiadelpfaia PIdIacflpiua Philadelphia
delpfaia pitching staff compared to 14 the theby th theutter
I
utter toltellllc of the Chicago corps < gas AS I Iin iin
in itself IIIOUidI to beat the CuM put putby t tbaeJdtac
by baeJdtac addi addme a to this tit the general DHaI excetirncs excetirncsof euelic euelicof
of the Athletics Atblet work nfleld and at the thebat thebat be beot
bat It to n N mat t sorprteftur rpt1Bln that the West WestSide WestSide est estSIce
Side fan fans ue r still tIll stunned st br tn toe die Oteeater diI5wiIia
eater which overtook their favorites favoritesThe favoritesThe favoritesThe
The declaration laradon that t at there was as no nocatcher DOcatcher nocatcher
catcher on the th Quaker rolls wh could couldstop couldIrtop co aid aidstop
stop the Cuba was disproren before beforehalf bfforehalf beforehalf
half of the series had feeen eftI played tail tailwhile nd i iwhile Iwhl
while whl the Athletics ran almost at 111 111on Illon 111Oft
on KUng supposed 8U to be the best r rThomas I IThomas IThomas
Thomas kept his opponents well glued gUedto eLeclto gluedto
to the bags or else I e turned them th bench benchward bfttt bftttard benrhward
ward ard whenever the they got go so bold is to toattempt toatt toattempt
attempt att pt to steaL The discrepancy between be beeounced beureea
ureea tM catchers was almost as pro pronounced promounced
eounced as between tHn pitchers pitchersLittle pttcbftLLittle pitchersLittle
Little was expected of the makeshift makeshiftoutfield maktSbiftoatAeki makeshiftoutfield
outfield which the Athletics were forced forcedto fortedto forcedto
to place pia < < to the field becau Mea b4seatrs > of the in injury injury injury
jury to OUring 0IcIrIn < < but It at to ktst at held itsown its itsown ttsOWD
own against the once great Chicago < Iaacaco i itrio i itrio itrio
trio
I ITwe
T Two F hil Pa a TJttedy UttedyIatbe UttsdyIn
In Iatbe the tofidd there t ere was no question questionas
as to which quartet qtlari was superior Thiker Ttuk Ttuker Tluker
er and Chance did well enough but butStetafeMt butSteiafeNt butStetntel4t
StetafeMt and Zlmmermann were made madeto JDadeto madeto
to look like minor leaguers l by the bril brilttaat brtlHaat
ttaat Baker and the wonderful Collins CollinsIn ColUnIn CollinsIn
In teamwork the dubs cI compared comparedIndividually comparedlJuflvi comparedhadividnally
Individually lJuflvi ually about as closely as they theydid theydid theydid
did The Cubs I were outguessed eu tSSed be behind bebbad behind ¬
hind the bat m the box and in inthe Sathe kthe
the field leaving lea In no single factor ia iawhich igwhich J Jwbkh
which the th Athletics Athl ti < tl did not show h w to tobetter tobetJer tobetter
better advantage than the pride of theNational the theNational tbetinal
National tinal League LeagueTr Lfoal IP IPTr
Tr attempt to > single out Indiidual IndiidualHEREDITARY IndldualSCRDFULA Indtldualsr
SCRDFULA SCRDFULAFrrnEllITARY sr srNARY
HEREDITARY NARY BLOOD POISON POISOHScrofula POISONScrofula POISONScrofula
Scrofula is a disease manifested manifestedusually manif manifllSUally manifestedusually
usually by a swelling swellingand and ulceration ulcerationof
of the glands especially about the theaeck theneck theneck
neck It is almost entirely heredi hereditary hereditary hereditary ¬
tary in its origin being the dregs or orremains orremains orremains
remains remains of some specific blood poi poison poi poiSOD poison ¬
son Where V ere the blood is greatly greatlyweakened greatlywe greatlyWeakened
we weakened ened with the thescrohilomspoison thescrohilomspoisonthe scrofulous poison poisonthe poisoDthe
the disease attacks other portions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the system besides the glands and andthen andthen andthen
then we see its effects in weak eyes eyespoorly eyespoor1 eyespoorly
poorly poor1 developed bodies running runningsores runningsores runningsores
sores and ulcers skin diseases es especially especially especially ¬
pecially on the scalp catarrhal catarrhaltroubles catarrhaltroubles catarrhaltroubles
troubles etc Scrofula usually usuallymakes usuallymakes usuallymakes
makes its appearance in childhood childhoodthough childhoodtrough childhoodthough
though manhood or womanhood may
be reached before the poison prog progresses pr prresse pragresses ¬
resses < to the stage of outward maui manifestation man mauifestatiou i ifestatiou ¬
festatiou S SS S S is the onereal one real curefor cure cureFor curefor
For Scrofula It is a blood purifier purifierwithout purifierwithout purifierwithout
without an equal and it cures this thisdestructive thisdestructive thisdestructive
destructive blood poison poison by reinov reinoving remov removing removlug
ing lug every trace of the infection from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the circulation S S S St in addition additionto
to cleansing and purifying the theblood thebloodassists blood bloodI bloodassists
I assists thestomach the thestomach thestomach
stomach and anddi anddigestive andmembersia
di digestive digestivemembers digestivethe gestive gestivemesabersin
mesabersin mesabersinthe members membersiarS in
the creation of ofnew ofI
1 rS
I new newblood blood cor corpuscles corpuscles cospuscles ¬
puscles and andother andi
i other nourish nourishing DourishI nourishing ¬
I ing ingmatter ing matter for forj forthe
j I r the circula circulaj circulation
j tion S 5S SSS S S increases the resistive resistivei
I i powers of the system and by bystrengthening b bstrengthening
I strengthening and building up thevitality the thevitality theVltahty
vitality allows nature to make a aperfect 2perfect aperfect
perfect cure Book describing the thedisease i idisease idisease
disease and any an1 medical advice free freeTREE j
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA CA II II1HE
stars oa the Athletic w would be invid in id
oua for the whole afenatfon tIoR may b bD j jut Jy
IIiMd up D In the awtrJ a that Ute imutt i it
mutt ut t be considered gods of other d dwhile daF F
while wl le the Athletics are Just reachi
t1e t xenfeh mth of their glory
Whether 911etb lr the Cabs Ca to all their pow r
could have worn 011 from the Athletics Atbleti s
they are today constitute win remaa rnna rfm 1
forever one of o tb the great unaagwenr unaagwenrnstk uaaa unanewerquestions w r rquestions =
questions nstk > as of baseball but in their theirof theirof i ieat
of defeat eat the Cubs should b lie at iV iVafforded I IF IFafforded
afforded honors hoBo due to a once t tu u
grand ball club clubpointed dubSHw clubSbew
a
SHw Re Real l GamelHlll GamelHllltJae GaiseaesaThrou
Throu bont the whole series ne dlaap
pointed beyond bdtef helpless before beforeth Mrethe bef e ethe
th the speed youth 10 a
general aWttty of a attam at atoast
toast t they theaselyts th themaohr FiTtl to defeat andshattering and andnatWringr aldtIbat
shattering tIbat th the hopes of those who re
stained loyal to 0 the last the Cube Co never
qetEvery ontt qatto qattoEvery
onttEvery Every move known U UK managTla mana 1a
s science lean of which Prank Chance Chan is a
master masterwas er wan Brought t forward
to
masterd sta ta s snd
° off < < tbw th d B But they were helpless helplessChem
and ad hopeless ho ete s In the he passing of d ar
Chem ehampkn pk or champions championshe whether ad ade ademired
mired or detected ed
there is always seta snrnrt
thing t pathetic and a d the ease of th the CuLs
i w no exception excepUonThey exceptIGnThe1
They They fought gamely IQUlWI to the last c cu <
but this was as of no avail against nst the tl
dashing Athiedcs whose offenstTe oCene ve ana all any
defensive def l1she pow power OWfT r could wt be denied deniedT tknle tknleT deniedT
T K fiGALLAUDET KGALLAUDET KGALLAUDET
GALLAUDET CAPTAIN CAPTAINIS
IS UNABLE TO PLAY PLAYBuff PLAYBuff PLAYBuff
Buff and Blue Will Be Minus Sen Senices Senices SernIces
ices Ices of Star Full FullFvllnacfc Fullback Fallbcl
bclFallback back backF1aIlIt6ck
Fallback and ad Captain Cal taIa Vernon Birck Birckof Blrckof Bir ck ckof
of the GaUandet College football footballteam footballteam footballleant
team ia out of the same indefinitely indefinitelyas
as a result of a seriously dislocated dialocatrdrlarht dislocatdI1cbt dislocatedright
right knee Datal sustained hi the M fame e with
Mt St Josephs College at Baltimore
Saturday SaturdayThe Saturda SaturdaTbe SaturdayThe
The loss 1 of the veteran is a heavy
blow to the tb Kendall Green Gr n elevenespecially eleven elevenespecially eleerpeclaU
especially peclaU when beD there are several im implayed ImportaDt Iruportant
portaDt games on the schedule yt to
be played While no definite Jlnlte an announcement announcem announcement ¬
nouncement nouncem t has been made it is sup supposed
posed osed that either elt substitute fullback
Gledhill ledhlll or a a new ne man possibly Jacob Jacobson Jacobson
son 110 a new student from Minnesota Minnesotawill MinnesotawUI Minnesotawill
will be tried at fullback fullbackQuarterback fullbackQuarterback fullbackQuarterback
Quarterback Moore who was in ¬
jured in the Eastern College game gamcseveral gamf8eyeraJ gameseveral
several weeks ago has resumed prac practice praclIce rac racce ¬
lIce ce much to the joy of the Buff ard
Blue supporters Battiste the Indian Indianquarterback Indianquarterback Indianquarterback
quarterback will be tried at an end endposition endpoattloca endposition
position as the end places have bee beeproved beePlOTed beet beetproved
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