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S 4 - '4 -S V~.. ~ S. S . .9 U - -. t 9. - 7.~ B~~hig, tUMMIL . To an els is 4 Mi*di ps ( h 41, three am n base be ~afet wout the heay-htftn "Irh" OT an. d did something that no W but the Yankee bench knew the gaes was ever. Frisch drove ae at him at I up the middle I"-- of his ing hand and crip. ;inGhim t t the game. A re 67 piteh have started the esend inning. .but Hoyt begged to teGiantas ne hit. bt when It lage to a showdown of fghti b*bose he gritted his tooth berled them at the Giants tU- they Are =t He JAWoe the - ualnth In aing over saw In a world series. H finger kept getting worse and 'Tankee pitchers all warmed up In the bgipen, still he insisted on going Oarqugh with the Job. . Rawlings slashed a two-base hit and It seemed the turn had come. Umith. a good hitter, came to bat and popped a dinky infield toy. Utydea'. the slugging cat-aer. went In as p Inh hitter and feeiy struck eut. Then with the top of the bat. t order staring him in $he face dangerous George Burns strain. Severy nerve to deliver HoyL, and delibqrately challenged Giant veteran and struck him out on five pitched balls., Hjoyt s nerve won the game for the Tanks and nothing else. It madu me stay In the game, although my arm was throbbing worse than at any time during the series. The strain of SuAday's game wan very bad and the wound seems to have opened wider. I cannot straight on my lbow, but until they take may uniform away from me I'll be a' that lineup. Upelses for Homers. There was no use trying to drive hy homder today. . It was painful ad I realised somewW4 hopeless to attempt It. The Gian didn't know this, so I tried to fool them with .a t In the fourth inning, and got ith it. It crossed the Giants and eventually turned out to be the run that won the game. It my bunting won the game, Sob Messel. with 'his miraculous. throw garm, saved It. He not oaly ~wh~ped the bell ahead of the base-runners, but he own 3014e1W Otwitted and bawled up the entIre liGraw machine. tans. the ta." ous American uMnpire, stopped in the club ,'ueaftr the game. Evans. who is Oeosiderd one of the best authori ties !n baseball, says that Meusel's play that so demoralized the Giants mas never happened In a world series ad e has only seen it once In six faois years of umpiring. After the tint Inping, when we Went one ftun behihd, it looked bad = the seoond with the fleet-footed on first base and Banereft the bat. The Giant captain drove 6 terrific single to deep right and Bob Meusel gathered It in. 'The hit and-re!! play seemed to have worked to perfection as Burns started for second. But at. this point long Bob made the Giant runners, coaches and Idtire board of 'strategy look like NmNer leasoes. Meus's Groeat Play. Pretendin to return the ball to see 160 bass. 3esel trap Bancroft off and then shot ta bai1 to Ppp. Wbiti-lme Burns was rounding third dp as he started for home Wars wbipped the ball to Schang and ]urn was out. The trick was casuled. ,a Gats were dumb-founded and mne was seted up for the Yan fans ought to feel reliev players are only disappoin . shfuld a have four games twed up but fo the breaks. We hav4 Isnz't this of a cloth yOU like to go into a da Uht methods You want full fresh always; you don't want one price to another; I Sad shade; or be cajoli lng something you don You want individual men who really know < 1sf action in style and need to be altered' you the job will be done jul kere-egewee prewed je T'helk W2E-UP TO NEHF-eRUTH Forecast hies.s Bad Wathw For Sevemth Seris Gm The oytleOk for Go seventh game. of the world series being [layed tomorrow is 3ot so t o United states Weather Baress bore. Unsettled and eiaidurably colder weathey will p pre dieted the forecas = a sible chance t . f visa will break ot withi e next twenty-four hoom in Mei York City. OFFCIAL FIG YOR YESTA GAMI. Fith Gase' Paid attendace -.... 35,75 Receipts .. 16.74.00 Advisory boarid ...... I7TA3.10 Each club's share... = Players' share ....... Total F*8 G8. Paid attendance ..... 178.71 Reeipts ....... $13,1 Advisory board .... 05.0 Eaik club's shrrn , 7.36 Players' share . 238,518.06 LASt YEA* NMG&k Paid attendanc .... 6 Tow talgt A uuO National Corni;,, a&lvW.506 Each club's shaft .... 1 Players' shet ....... 1 Total Five Games. Paid attendance ..... M128 Total receipt ....... $36,1.1 NationaOnjiei.57.1 'th Clu' shiu... ~U Players' shote '. ...... 414,882.7d Players' Divisies. Winning N. Y. club. .$1t84.97 Loin N. Y. club .... 07.76. Cleve PittsberKh .2!,7r.3 St. Louis-St. Louis ...29.52.23 met the Giants in ftve ecutests A"d I leave It to the ezoeut It we have not surprised them in every way but one. go far, our hitting has been xub6 duet but bumobed where l w*needed. base runnng, quick think and team work has certainly been .te Yank"e ong e ta. o course Bob MeuselS throwing arm stands out as the great est defensive weapon in the outfield of any team In the gain e a We have beaten Ne ' t .d driven Douglas and Toner to the shwers. cal Ays wanted to o ght bock Monday and when he does ch* be another Aiore. In the naan time be oseWe4 for Harry HfitrJ to sprng tesurprise of the seies. (Coptigt. ,A31 be) Chrisy W"ls .".ni'an'h'','**e"Ote)A Will Play Final. o Arthur Teaes. Of the Urlti Isht air staff. will Meet C .arac rea l timore In te M of th District singles fSIm tomi. mont bn the Dumbarton Club owl today. The mn's doubles and nicte Obles an eeted to be sOMPreted Ihis wash. i.sh.p? pestrealI maei enaag tock tho chode fre, itto be"swaltcyiP fam sht Ce im 4 A; pres - Oil.,.IlllE S SCORBESAMPANT ON LOCAL ALLEYS Malory, Sweeney, and Vermil ion Make Strings of 123 at Recreation Alloys. rItackPft tUMbled as if by oiie UN. seo XU Kux Klan tomce last evening at i e apaway with of 123 snd a =s~ iMwas t:=o i by Femto, eling with the Warees. of the Wash. threeJstri belong to of Deiver tea -inthe I ternUnion esagrue and Malory and Vermilion, at Palais Royal. in the Business Men's Leagie. In team=6."" oatin tI aterin p ter mu goest aapRyl which Volled "0I In their th"r string.v,'~ =to thq marksmanship of 'V adMallory. A . M tg County Bowling Leage9 as0 ee tortnd.,ptrth head quarters eans bowling alleys, W& kvl. Md.. with tofme represent ineach s tit of the ounty. Harry unt has been asked Iy league head quresto act as mnaagv of the Betheeda team, and requests the fol lowng owlrs o rpor: Sam Borden, Gerge ghaff. kldfle. Ar. thur O 62lld Utn. ~erl. Walter = ,qWI btape. Beb Greew and any other bowlers who may be inter. ested for a try out. TWO LONO DISTANCE WOERS ARE SCHEDULED NEW TOEt Oct. be-Two sea .1~~~~~~ l.~ltnebgt I met t| attra.... at t e .Gaden 2;:1b~r= & lPay Kaiser. Of mbr a y *ns M I s illy b a e o f S a n over the robt Keteer's lat ut be t clean-cut viory ever Bob it will to the Cumberland boys fltstart in 1~wo York, but In Penn nftlvet& -.nt M LA en ths ree l oeas te at t e may Cuon thee .e. .*aM *.. Ut toth sei 3 e A.he. taeetatt opitre Mig Tad PerayMa Peton ak a ght wit e ek *i t .i he ln to e ste eh gas re A erePtt ... "'ebebl pao' nea ana e=t aedat tha w 9 - * - ima e -omFeesll a YE0H I pI.llE /.l clES NpESIUR~l toy ae, them cots budy be y bne and tksher Fn Tilgeablyes them A etg Lass . Ye's.a.'s.4'feat. -tAs though altoeere fe these t bty gae t h on et At~ t*e -igni n the'nlety f and anohr e 14usseI~wab wra ssill al ce s them6 les maintn P st can st-sidas' lo lo L, I. 0m4o ,OTeT HEREJ mdae Fim Uwyhe on by mkull praotis even Aflenneo tide 0 Is an the cu f ffor the Wash. lugiss footbal club, and COmwb jeok moswty Qeate is Outfit will pie ftut a mnuch umoetber Ittack thea las Sndy.Th 4riie~ereywa Mirisu by illiCATS WLD TO PUY TI BASEBALLGSAM. Harry NHnt's Bill- sda Team Hurls Defi to Championship Slive Sprkng Nina. what nmake the Dearate wimT What makes the walkn ring? Mon.t a's r":be.m ilver spring. fw Harry Hunt'in rh ous ft he tnabgt* leveralrofate thoem or COn Sutea no ey AD Sprtner dgoidnt even0a840e sev al enof a Mns-l , out Lce o ter& n re . t loge Si>er Ig thcapo tham dofm the ndepeCount Te op~ didn t w it anse the lalnoo th . tr ACA N. W ., fo . 11--mh wa c ns t h os an.e o1 t of ,Ea g Her forthe as~kfrteIA sp~ otneg to gamW .Mt foO COLLEG PLAYruns I" TEi ons ATUNDA. . , " . OOW HMM MAT.LA ITHCA T .. Ot. .A ter 16 rusni a' tsy at Gmou DoW.t the siat er..Ia., footban 80 t BEACAT W"pesdwiLDthir. Haturyi itas tunda yea. hiye Gpou aNh Wvr hat mfaese tego ere ar6 Whmakes !0the en Irg?~ out." orb ththesasf~ M~d x %M. wove SWN to This ins th. w.Vr Tank"e ieoh b.t st.. Motera." Mrs. Tuth.. 201u01,.? w. Is t."'g Fir. 4 of . e m.. be.t Rt. b* peyma hb vow to aw Ta MeseA. .a d e-s di.eri WAYS Ohms of wom~ @Ws sieutad io pnessee in the line-d Ulm11 = to thKuegs, 69 LOMte but Ckg *e ""eimeoA s'.. Mia trw e sgin up the OlaM to the fifh mam by bumsag. VASS" " d I.. .h s was im * wn m att 'a. we" ui .1W o bIBhuehil "tusts." ad. thank. to ft. the Tiake au loading the Gata three Surea to Mo. UsO~ e O WThe brWe VM s7emd b =1wn waito gaet. nth sMA thq Wte Tfrihs up a ost not 4rwamun you paint jobu 4:Fz sdsk this "we went thr#11gh 6 lmAeu'IS welt"l es to go through & h rwith the "ae Sa. NO, don't know jug who I 3 Gs IS tode)'. it depends a UKad ow t le9Iwhen th es ump.-- hi I~e~heq~he Woud u&4 adt IL bufk at the Oma.ts Moreas dob nthe minds ft Taske* 2SM tha Hggne*ould take 0 chbARe #bkUtlated by th0 Omat~ the third Same of the sesise. lees Buss e Owl y Tandy were r"eiy to go to the firing ise for the Giants. ga=eJoh ~Mo#bu w" "ulnod tor 9m beasues 09 his fine pitching in a pineh In the third Se. bet 'TOne I beggingf f an~te cha~noe, and soe certai to et it today or tomorrow. The Giants. at le tesui of Ysstev% day-a gaue hov ed fih nhf bend. no. Thw felt ofdn that 3eyt emul not b them twice, but t-nd w eru gbin= of the *fook I"..che" heyr hme uset their calcu bistons am the got IL noe proien to olve. 3Ist d.aw see m"ba an A ame up the serlhv - If the..:1p to heoa leek 110'., , b ma fam an atAan op110 beeth th ese ou "It's atll og n 2*164f that we ant Make runs t hun." said Cwp. Dgwey hhcteft. of the Weant. behsIdtched In bothk gemn would wrid any ordlary b&U game hanids down. Well win for him the nent time he slet." The_ rival towns had another fine dew ior the stain of the sbth mum. The=spg o the jobewtY * e~e. tamlogand thog h ad b wag s ou aUs -AAA Oft - w bjitvm. tess ~apb nto G4Iu~ eal theh Brit M ris Uo"ate, 0"at h owe=*Wh m i Wes tr WWL obu %M* cst . If to ra the .Wl 'i-paIef 6M , Osa 1L-Babe em Ms war t. - wayd a Ya wer adi Ws 1 e . =by ne haweNow prW en tome GH$AGO'TTL FIVE IN 110ffOW me&"ca Leauer Easily De-: feat KMers Oubs for City championhip.6 OWCAGO. Ot. 11.T.h White Us are Chlg's city champpions. ow the ith - etreight gome the ax TO& terdy de"atud the Cube, this tie 9 to S. The Bez kneekud Chevds, York and Ponder frem the box. FroesaS finishing for the CubS. Russ astar ad tor the fox, but gav way to Kerr. The Amares Usaw O..Y Out *cad tas Cuabs in te Ie) enIe. twis. -d-,ng their pitch"a .10. Yese~w..UNA 7 sumws slaving.A wbe.. andjris to Owa-j a.s ths butt in i.f.t e hakt.. and Metsm. ot the So, and JtIs of the Cubs. Immusitely iafte the.. wl e moany piyers of both clubs lft for Now Yerk to ,thkwerld mais soone by U=.. IL R, r.l. Whto. 30009001 1-4l14 6 Cuba .. 0 11063066"4 to Tan i; vCh York Kr*ner. Tetal&.. .W 6 i8Ilt TOtala 8 Si1 18 oBatted for Naut is Siam. mt no bt I. N. W.