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mm, Eis ~I to ComeS Sack. U GA MEK~UC tor ns ac. .A b, O . -Win the al of the ad a d Dodger. oda Is eoaadtane the world hattle begus in Brooklyn last . OeeIad's temperatsre ky high. Already g with 'et th drst ehamplos and the list world meie had. the Forest City fair. robbed with ehthusiasm and ex. :j:- that the Indians have OWN home to Ight with th sr backs +'te the wall, against a team thai has e tar proven mere than a match ,j them, 4etraeted nothiag from the Isseteet of Forest City fans. 1i reservd seat sale for all four '*'.is sheduled here has kept the1 eSleIals ef the Cleveland Club bur, tot pars. As was the vase I' Brook lre, there Isn't a reserved ti'ket of air kind to be had today. and when all is aid a$4 done. hundreds of tals will be disappointed. The rival world series performers t a chanace to rest up tod.y, but Robinson planned to pilot asaben of the Dodgers out to Park this afternoon and give a iht workout. The membes the Indians scattered to their va bose on arrival here and about l~only practise they will get will "skull practice" with Manager r, ar. LOOK OIL COME.-ACK.I 'Despite the fact that the Dodgers have taken two of the three games played to date and that Speaker's Iptehiho stag ham produced but one telr who was able to turn back thb edgers, you can't tell Cleveland fans Sale oi Shir T*HE man w -I shirts mak that he sells scori often he has an orders-a dozen there. These shirts represent these "overrun.." TI for other firms and and that's the only them for $1.55. All first quality sh should. Made of percales, repps a ings. Neat stripes Men's $1. Silk and Tle The lie Suint RootersI SThird Game, (Mapeid bugM IavaILAND A3D.L..O;A.. a n, K...... .... 4 j j 0 ib,..... 3 003 i$ Ib. ..... i " " " * 0 *....... 013 0 i 1 o........... $ 0 ! ! _e ... 300 " 000 .......... 8 0 33 0 kr,::::: 00000 Ule-.p~ ::! ! Ube ............. 000010 Ttal .........-...28 1 324 11 1 *Ran ftr O'Neill in eighth. CLEVELAND ........... DOO XL LT ....... Tw -bees hi.-4beeker. 'eA Doable Pla s-mails to surns. Oi elaad$- srk 's 7. 1 on MAIs, 4; oa iIth 3. Elta 353 in 0 2-i ings; off Uhle, l !j bY 8:ni S.Lsn3ptl -' Deft uAeor Lague), at 611 .ec d b... Conaly (American L that Unele Wilbert's boys are golag to be the next world's .champions. The bugs here look to see the tribe do a come-back. even up the count b) wianing tomorrow's game and tbep forge to the front. Speaker is expected to send Cove leskie back at the Dodgers tomorrow. The spitballer will have had three days' rest by that time, and with the home crowd behind him he should be more of an enigma to the Robins than he was in the frst game. On Sunday Jim Bagby probably will get his second chance to win a game from the National league champs. Bagby did not pitch his best brand of baseball against the Dodgers last Wednesday and be can be figured to give them a battle. STILL SAS MAILS. After shooting Covey and Bagby at Robby's boys Speaker will have Walt Mails to fall bock on, and Mails figures to give Brooklyn the stiffest kind of an argument, if his performance in the last game in Flatbush can be taken as an indication of what his style of pitching looks like to boys on Colonel Ubbet's payroll. In starting Ray Caldwell against Men's s at 55 ho makes these es them so well ~s of firms.' And overrun in filling here; two dozen his season surplus of ie Shirts were made contain their names; reason you can buy rts that fit as they fast color madras, ad novelty shirt-. .All sizes. 50 and $2 Silk Knit P URE silk ties in wide and semi wide four-in-hands, including a number of hand-made cra vats. The knit ties are special beauties, in solid colors of Blacks, B I u e s, Brown, etc. Men'u Shop-First Ploor. i at F lope For Mjin Outeher 1, IbOOLYN. A.LO.Al. ..... .....80 @1 3 0 1........ 4 " 0 1 .0 16lt........ 8 0 "17. o ,%......... 1 0 0 ! " " Total ..... .... 1 "!7!0 1 ratted fer Mails in eighth. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --2 " hitaf-J. JalIta. Kildff Mo.. is to Kilduff to Koentcbaab a to Kilduff to Keneteby. Left em !fist base us ll,-Off Caldwell, 1 -Off Caldwell, ! In 1-0 inning; ON ht in1 lulg. tr cu t-y Mail. ildwel. Time of ga -1 hour and Wtlonal League), Diaod the l basel Klein (National Leag3),as segue), at third base. Drooklyn yest y* Manage Speaker took a loag ca If Caldwell had been able to ceme through with a victory the Indians would have been on easy street . As it is they have a bard job out out fto them and it lookE now as though they will have to play some super-baseball. Manager Sobinsoa has said all along that he easpects to send Rube Marquard back at the Indians. Since Sherrod Smith demoastrated that a southpaw can belt them, It would not be surprising should the Rube get his second chance tomorrow. However. Robby has another bet or wo up his sleeve. He has yet to start Jeff Pfeffer. who: like Grimes. can go the route and pitch well to the batsmen. no matter which side of the platter they swing from. PIGURUD ON TSAR PLAY. Prior to the start of the series a good many of the experts had it fig. ured that the supposed superior team work of the Indiana and their greater hitting strength as indicated by the .300 average they piled up this year would stand out in the series. To date this has been far from the case, for Broklyn has fielded and slugged the ball in fine fashion. Pitching, therefore. is bound to be the deciding factor, and much de pends upon how Robinson and Speak er handle their pitchers from now on and whether or not the hurlers who have scored victories will be able to repeat. Robby can afford to take a-chanee, but there's nothing like that In Speak er's case. If Tristram makes another losing play, as he did when he sent Clidwell to the rubber, probably act ing on a mere hunch, there will be a worl championship banner flying in Flatbysh. BY RICHMOND COLLEGES Catholic University football play ers will face a modified Heisman shift tomorrow, when the Brooklanders line up against Richmond College in their first home game of the season at Brookland. Frank Dobson. the Richmond coach. has an adaptation of the famous Helm man shift which he employed so suc cessfully last year as to socre a tie with the University of Virginia. C. U. may be unprepared to meet such a varied form of attack, and unless the veterans are on thq job the Richmnond lads are likely to surprise them. WILL HOLD MEETING. Aloysius Club members, meet to night to talk basketball and track plans. The session is called for 7:11 p. in., after which track candidates will participate in a two-mile run. LAUREL RACES [omURE~MulND October let Io Oets.ber 30th FIRST RACE AT 1:45 P. M. Speciat trmas leve Vnle. Statisn (Daltimre * Ohio Rafliseed) 130, 12nde and 19i0n P. 3. eseb day, retumning Immediately after the a'eeas GEORGBTOWN vs. NORTH CAROLINA STATE Amnerican League Park SATURDAY, OCT. g. 3 P. MW. Ttekets em male at spalding's ..,.......dth Ut., Mear F. You Have Tried the Rests Note Buy the Beet The Budd Wise Brad Malt and Hops A compound' of Pre Barley Malt and Imported Bavarian Hops, seientineally prepared for inaking the best Malt Bev erage in e the privacy of your borne. We guarantee perfect result. If your dealer does not carry Budd Wise, buy from us and leave his name. Sot. Dlmtributors few the Distilet of Celumbia. las8inig' em Bevrage C. Mala 4085. deaO2sO 11th S. S.t W. Come-Wa ADYFIIATL Fo rkst Team Starts Series Here in Sta m Tom rrew Aftmesa. Weedberry Perest. haled as ese ef the stesegest prep sbeehls il 04ke' ies In the OW Dm ales state. Slot. tB ret of as annual football series in the Coabel stadium tosqerow against Osatsl Is what Is espeeted to be the big sacbetle batte of the early asases. Thy visitlas eleven will bring out many Virgiale faa, The gams. a. rasp" by this Central igb "C" Club. s the inttel estest of a series which is ealsullted to stimulate foetball here and is the frst of a amaber of big games proposed for the Mt. Pleasant lads. Accordipg to reports Weedberry Forest will have a number of vet erans from last year. Th eleven is expected tao average close to 100 pounds. Last season it was coached by Dr. Rice Warren, who is at pres eat coaching the University of Vir ginia eleven. Central has gone through a week of stiff preparation for the engage ment. Not sinoe the new school his been opened has Central been beaten en its own Geld. Despite the rather mediocre performance of last wenk at Charlotte Hall. Central is expect Ing a victory. Officials for the contest will be an mounced tomorrow. The'game is sure to attract a majority of high school fans sad former Central athletes. LUDECKR TRIES LUCK AGAINST (REK ON EAT Pete Dallas May Have to Hustle to Stave off New York Middleweight. Pete Dallas. the "Greek Demon." who defeated Joe Turner. Washington's veteran middleweight wrestler, will have to hustle tonight on the stage at the Folly Theater when he marches out to oppose Martin Ludecker, of New York. Ludecker is considered one of the fastest grapplers now be fore the public and has been mowing down all opponents in New England. Dallas and Ludecker are scheduled for a best two-in-three match, without timn limit, and Manager Garrison will be on hand to see that they work from beginning to end. "Dallas showed he was the goods the night he upset Turner," says Man ager Garrison; "but'from what I'm told this Ludecker is even rougher and tougher than Joe. It should be a great bout." MATCH PLAY UNDER WAY AT :NCKM CLUB Match play started off at Bannock burn Golf Club today in the first an nual invitation tournament under ideal conditions. In the qualifying round yesterday A. R. MacKenzie, of Columbia, turned in a card of 80, which was two strikes better than the cards handed in by Welter McCallum and Jerry Shattuck. In the first sixteen Bannockburn is starting out five players today; Cp lumbia has four and Washington t o. Other clubs have single representa tives. James A. White won the first prize for net score with 85 and a handicap of 14. BALTIMORE AGAIN WINS BATTLE WITl ST. PAUL BALTIMORE. Oct. 8.-The Orioles have now copped two in a row from the St. Paul American association club, the A. A. titleholders. Johnny Ogden, the college twirler, pitched steadily all the way yesterday and hung up a victory, 8 to 5. One big inning won for Dunn's Birds. After each team had sdored two runs in the opening frame, the Saints got another in the second and were leadin by that one-run margin when the Brds came to bat in the fifth.. ~1 Sasee, Fans 1 e Gee PaMah *M Me Oas vme..se e .e .. OFFIIAL rWB&SM f94 P U-d este a ..... - BMse. ........ an.alma .o a. ....Msame F- of sa ....... Onesa eVUAsL TasDaE _4___ Paid atedsse ..... fTmS Aesasit. .........% 840f~~d Bat. ---a- . ... .II Sesows ase ... ass.s Ptspecw arrs . .. ,....683FaftB4 LAY 'UAn's IOVSUeU. (Thled Game.) paid asseadamee .. . ..' M/b1 ssel. s ........ S _MUS neo dub'.s sams .... h embe rto es she. ....... TOTAL T11umu.11111 tlItARU Pad aet ee ... - 116i Bat *iml . 1 3mab elb's shase. ... IU.4 Ptoye' savae . ...StS54IU The set the fes fve gamem aes vided a, tuellows. Tea pereest of the pes to the Nedtomal C em-ake. U pee eat of the belanse to pleyes t"ad. uad d per eNat to slab mwmes. The slees' snd is dvied 15 pet oem to the ama.. bas et the smpeta teays and - per east goe" iate a peel to be divid. .a.g the p.e.,. s. tems whis. -a-hed ssed .d thitd in the Metia) and AmeS. se Lag.m. TECH WILL USE SEVERAL ELE VEN IN BATfLE Manual Trala Uxpmet to aed Thee reu a uu Three Tech teams will take the field against Business High School in the Central staditun today in the start of the annual high school chain plonship football schedule. Tech will start Its first eleven in the first half, then switch to the second eleven, and will probably give the third, or 13$ pound team. a chance. Tech and Business were scheduled to play October 29. Tech, however. had a date with Staunton, and East ern and Western were expecting to occupy the stadium. Today's game will start at 3:30 p. 31. J. L. Gammel, of Brown, will referee; FSamuel Edmonston. of Georgetown, will umpire, and A. P. Shalat. of New York University, will be linesman. The length of periods Is ten minutes. Last season Tech defeated Business by more than fifty points. If Coach Apple sends his first eleven against Business throughout rg re than fifty points can be expected. On account of the failure of the Business coach to return and the fact that the Ste nographers will be greatly weakened it is likely that Tech will give ' many candidates a workout. JOHNNY GROVES LIKELY TO START AT' QUARTER Johnny Groves, a former Western High player, may get the call at Quarterback tomorrow afternoon when Maryland University faces Princeton at Princeton. The Mary landers know their work is cut out for them. but are expecting to put up a good fight against the Tigers. Coach Byrd reports his team in fairly good shape. Mackert and Nisbet have about recovered. Brewer. Sem ler and Eppley are said to be ft. Maryland will be greatly outweighed by Princeton, but is depending upon a kicking game tomorrow. MOORE IS LEADER. ANNAPOLIS. Oct. 8.-Edward P. Moore. of Ringgold. Va., has been elected captain of the Naval Academy crew for next season. He rowed at No. 4 in the Navy crew that defeated the crack Leanders, of England. at the Olympic games in Antwerp. Moore is also a football player, being right guard on the 1919 eleven. *EMANON WORKS OUT. Emanon Club football players prac tice Sunday at Eighth and Quincy streets northwest. IRE AN CQ1 rs.I R rI stees Park.en .e..e Wa.his. UnlweetlI meat. Deaware Cellege tamersie aftersoe en the at Keodall Sres, kthe eseusi br the @.lu'leeauthoritie rIMh raf toe: bpet in a toest whieb lased well Ipte the a1 . Marylad's et, seeeed aad string *layers all tool a erash at the G. W. U, man. The Mateketlie ape maecwat OrIe pled, but are eeustlag an gIVIsg Dels, Ware a good battle toeiorrw Cheese Whlte and J. Leblet wt rbb;be In the. UinesP tosessW. Testerday. Walter, Xawler. Ch1ei. erinsteu and MeAllister were eet at the line-up and In essqueue. the Marylanders had a fairly easy time ot It until the second rutag was seat In by Coach Byrd. Delaware is a vastly improved out St inee it secrimmaged here against Maryland three weeks ago. The addi tion of two sterling tackles and a fullback has added new life to the Delaware team. The game, will start at 3 o'clock. afAeials selected by the esntral beard will probably be renamed today. Neil pea. Gammell and Thomas were picked, but Gammell only I. able to handle the assignment. Tyler and ireer, of Philadelphia, will probably Ne seat down. PINAL WORKOUT TODAY FOR GEORGETOWN TEAM Lae k t o Teugh Centeet sa~l us Not Cartoha Stat. Georgetown's varsity football squad will have its Anal workout today. Bignals, forward passing and kicking will make up the practice, with every mandidate getting into the practice. It le probable that Coach Exendine will announce his line-up for tomorrow's big game with North Carolina State before the players are Gismissed for he day. Te Hilltoppers expect a ough contest tomorrow at American League Park. The Raleigh squad is due in the "apital this afternoon. 'Every man is in shape to play his beat brand of football. Faucette, the star quarter back, has recovered from the severe shaking-up he received ih the Nay game and will direct State here to morrow. BROOKULYN GANTS SLAM SHAW AND COP VICTORY The series between Joe Judge's All-Stars and the Brooklyn lloya Oiants ends today with the fourth game. Harry Courtney will oppose Roberts on the mound. The Giants landed yesterday's game. 5 to 4 and the series now stands 2 to 1 is favor of the big leaguers. "Smolke" Hubbard twirled for the Giants yesterday and, though touched up for nine blows, held them to twc innings. Jim Shaw was laced for three runs in the eighth inning, giv. ing the Giants the victory. "Turkey' Brower, with a triple and two singles led his team at bat. Douglas, the Giants' frstsacker, got a single, double and triple off Shaw. - EPPA RIXEY IS ILL. CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va., Oct. S. Eppa Rixey, former Virginia varsity pitcher, now a member of the Phila. delphia National League Club, is con Sned to the university hospital hers with an attack of pleurisy. These chill even lngs put the "why1" in a TOM WYE Knit Jecket or Vest for os. , TOM WYE is a close woven dress anid sport sweater of pure wool. It is 'in four smart styles, ten colors and H ea th er mixtures. Jam8Y~vimonIn LOAN DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEW Se..a a .,SI ~. yFor Hre It!is ---"""-* is the slu who always hakshi fiede and faces am Shis aeds U-M sw TOOL oN. +eeth .r some~ 06a ecWd ou th tOd baebFL or The maani nottde aas. whih prVidee fo N ahsyphrloa verayl thre a-a craftnsa'sfa e~al SIs amO league or slub. Irosolutlom was pased --king for the Aatesloa League owers to Join" them a ' S sie s at Chicago. Monday. 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