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BOWLING A 11 ^ 1 AUiyiy VI kjl V/l\ 1 boxing, track GIGOTTE, VICTORIOUS FIRST GAME PITCHER, MAY TWIRL TODAY In all probabilities Eddie Cicotte, hero of the first world series game, Will apraln twirl for the White Sox In their game scheduled for this after Soon at the Polo Groun.1*. So well did this youthful lnven'.cr of the "•hlne ball" handle the situation in (be first clash of the series that he CICOTTEa ' ' %* Α Α Λ a A.IA VA%Vsy^ ■■ι ι mmmmmm Φ KIT» OU ι t Local Quintet Goes to Roose velt and Defeats Y. M. C. A. Team of That Place. The 1917-18 bowling season was ■tarted in this vicinity last night, when the All Stars of this city went to Rooeovelt and took two out of three from that combination. Several last minute changes were made m the original line up of the All Stars, but they managed to secure the best of the bargain over the Teddyltes. The Uani originally picked out for laat night's match by the Stars consisted of Edgar Mallet, Edward Broderlck, jBugene Parker, Russel Hart and Clar ence Hoffman. Manager Broderlck of the Stars learned yesterday afternoon that neither Hoffman nor Parker, could go with them, and this resulted in a last minute search for two I bowlers. Blrden Golden and Joseph tCesslngor were secured and the team Vent to Roosevelt. Golden was high score and high average man for the night, his 222 being the only double century of the Satch. He also made a U9 score, le average for the night was 190. Thomas Yorke, anchor for the Roose velt "Y" was high man and took hi^» average honors from the members of bis team. His best score was 189 and hie average 17 2. The Roosevelt team was not in the ■ame form that it has shown In for mer matches, not ono 800 mark being made, but the match was sufficient to ■tart the season. Following last Bight's game it was decided to roll a return match In this city on Tuesday Biffht of next week on the Y. M. C. A. alleys. As the result of their victory lut night the All Stars feel that they C.η hold -their own with a represen tee from 'the local postofnee and Siallenge a picked team of five men oni that building, match to be roll ed any night. Last night's results follow: All Stars. Mallet 169 181 102 Broderlck 159 ISO 160 Golden 199 149 222 Jieeslnger 144 139 165 Hart 162 123 176 <83 762 814| Roosevelt **Y." Davie 167 129 122 Nolan 133 153 139 Moor« 142 130 159 ponnolly 168 160 143 Torke 161 189 167 Is to be used again by Manager Row land Γη today's struggle. He was elat ed to appear yesterday, but the poet ponlng of the game on account of rain, made It necessary to postpone the second appearance In the series. Row land has stated that he will use but two pitchers to handle the series for him, Clcotte and Faber, the latter having twirled his team to victory od Sunday. Clcotte, In his game on Saturday, al lowed but seven hits and one run. The hits were few and far between and excellent support in the outfield kept any of the Giant's players from getting dangerously near the home plate. Thus far Clcotte has a fielding av erage of 1-000 and a batting average of .333. Out of three times at bat he has secured one hit and has made no U'EtfN But 0116 run waj earnçi-ofi him in the Inlflai game of thé series. Faber has allowed two rune. Faber's record thus fur In the series Is iden tical with that of Clcotte's except for this one difference and the fact that Faber scored a put out. Both have secured one hit out of three chances and have a fielding average of 1.000. McGraw had Benton ready to pitch for the Giants yesterday and It la probable that he will be used today. He and Demaree have not yet made their appearance in the series with the Giants and Benton's delivery may be what is needed to bring a victory. A victory on the part of the Sox today will about put the series on Ice for the Chicago nine as it will then be necessary for the Giants to win the next four games—and this looks Im possible from the exhibition put by by the New Yorkers so far. On the other hand a win by the McGrawltes today will give the Giants a chance, and an other victory tomorrow would make matter· "ftfty-flfty" as far aa the championship Is concerned. The Giants nevertheless have a long, hard, up-hlll road to climb before they come in sight of the world'· champion ship goal. 'TED" MEREDITH Pennsylvania Track Star Is Now One of America's Aviators. James H. Meredith, better known as "Ted," the University of Pennsyl vania track star and holder of the world's quarter and half mile records, Is now a student at one of Uncle Sam's aviation camps "somewhere In the 756 761 780 United States." All Choked Up With Catarrh? Why Continue Makeshift Treatment? M - · ·■ - ··* * « * " Pfia^B ttHU UVUCIICB win livrer cure you. Catarrh it annoying enough when It chokti up your nostrils and air Milages, causing painful and dlffi gult breathing and other discomforts, put the real danger come* when it Reaches down into your lungs. This is why you ahould at once realize the importance of the proper treatment, and lose no time ex perimenting with worthless remedies frhich touch only the surface. To be à * m ui v^*i*rrn, you must arivc τπ« disease germs out of your blood. Splendid results have been re ported from the us· of S. S. SL, which completely routs from your bloof the Catarrh germs, for which It il a per fect antidote. S. S. S. Is sold by all druggist·. If you wish medical advice as to the treatment of your ovi individual case, write to-day to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift Specific Co, Dept. Β Atlanta. Ga. It's toasta /the real hi Atigarctte A Just like I [your mom \Lioa8t Toasting I makes things Λ delicious 20 for 10c new eniimnei or Old Writer·. New estimate· of the writers of the past generation are constantly being made and If they were generally ac cepted a good many people who liked the works of these writers would won der how It happened that their Judg ment was so uniformly wrong. One critic rules George Eliot out of the list not only of the great, but of the near great. Thackeray and Dlckene are spoken of with toleration, but with much questioning of their methods and their real ability; Tennyson is set aside as a second-rate poet by the new school of rerse makers, and so the lconoclasm goes on. The latest vic tim of attack is Flaubert. In the North American Review Wlllard Hunt ington Wright not only declines to re git rd the author of "Madame Bovary" as a transcendent genius, but refuses to accord to him a place in the front rank of modern literary artists. He admits that he is a master of style, but Insists that style, however perfect. Is not of chief artistic significance, but is only of secondary importance when compared with the "internal architecture of art." This "poised In ner structure" Is a quality he fall· to find In any of Flaubert's work. It is not quite clea." what he means by this Internal architecture, but his critique will be found of Interest by readers of Flaubert "Tbt Place That Pleases En y body" The Only Rathskeller In Perth Amboy THE ERNST HOUSE New Brunswick Are· Near Smith St. HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTO*;CLII IB HGBE Better than Ever. . We have a tew bargains In CM Machines. C. JOHNSON, Dealer. 1(1 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 41 MM SE· BASKETBALL TEAM Six Men are Selected at Prac tice Last Night—Others to be Named. Six of the players who will com pose the eligible list of the ï. M. H. A. senior basketball team this year were selected at a practice held last night at which all the candidates were present. One or two other sub stitutes in addition to one named last night will be announced shortly by Captain Koplowltz. The team as It stands at present 1b composed of "Ham" Schwartz, center; Louis Kop lowltz and Isidore Jacobsen, for wards; Charles Sher and Samuel Du bow, guards. William Shumsky has been selected a first string man also. Other promising candidates are Louis Dietz, Louis Jacobson and Otto Rich mond. A strenuous tryout was held last night and all of the players are get ting Into their old-time form. This Is by no means a new team, as all of the players have had several years of experience playing tho high school varsity, former Y. M. H. A. teams and other quintets. Schwartz played center on the high school team last season. Sher, Koplowltz and Jacob son are high school players and Du bow a State Normal School player. TEAMS PRACTICE FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE Teams entered in the Senior Sunday School Athletic League here are hold ing numerous basketball practices In preparation for the opening of the basketball season on Friday night, No vember 2. The schedule has been made up by a schedule committee and Physical Director S. C. Pew of the Y. M. C. Α., but is now being held back as the result of one team missing. The failure of the South Am boy team to enter the league this year left five Instead of six teams. Efforts are now being made to secure the sixth term In order that every team play onjpe a week. The Schedule of games has been so drawn 'up that every team will play at lea^t once a week, Friday night having been set aside for these games. CHICAGO FIEE ANNIVERSARY. Blaze Drives Prevention Bureau Chief From HI» Home. Chicago, Oct. 10.—The forty-sixth j anniversary of the great Chicago fire turned up In a sardonic mood. In the firat place, John C. McDonald, chief of the Bureau of Fire Preven tion, whose slogan Is that an ounce of prevention i« worth a ton of water, wae driven from his home by a fire In the basement. The second instance concerned Cor ner Peter Hoffman. Mr. Hoffman, de termined that his visits to his own home should never be In an official c& paclty, Installed a safety device in the chimney of his residence. The device, j however, turned back the coal gas, and when the coroner was awakened he found hie wife, three children and a maid unconscious from the fumes He threw open the window and called a physician. None will suffer serious con sequence·. Lets Danger Prom U-Boats. Copenhagen, Oct 10.—The dange» from submarines having decreased, in surance on Norwegian cargoes in th* North Sea has been reduced from β tQ 7 per cent. Market Report·. BUTTER—Creamery, hlrher than ex. traj, 46©46*»c; extras. 454 046^0; firsts, 44045fcci seconds, 42>*04SHc; thirds. 4H4L4ÎC! creamery, unsaltsd, higher thai extras, 47W©48c; extras, 4βΗ©47ο; flrsta, 45®46c; seconds. 43\4©44Hc; State dairy, tubs, finest. 45©46^c; rood to prim·, il ©44Hc; common to fair, 88©42c; reno. vated extras. 484044c; firsts, 42Vi©4ic; lower grades, 39 042c. CHEESE—State, whole mille. Hits fresh, colored, specials, 86î4©16\îc; whit*, specials. 26i4®26i4c; average run, 2βο; prime to choice, 24 0 2&Hc; lower grades, ;o@2SHc; held specials, 26026&c; do, av· *rase run, 25 \c. EGGS—Fresh gathered extras. 45 £ 46o; extra firsts. 42©44c; firsts, 39041c; sec onds, I7©88c; thirds and poorer. 85© 86%c; fresh fathered dirties. No. 1, 3C© S6Hc; No. 2 and poorer, 82 0 S5Hc: fresh gathered checks, good to choice, dry, 83© 14c; undergrades, 80082c; refrigerator. Special marks, fancy, storags and Insur ance paid, 88H®39v: firsts, storage and Insurance paid. 87©We; seconds, storags und Insurance paid, 35Î4036Hc; lower grades, storage and Insurance paid. 34© 85c; refrigerator. State whites, 41 0 48ο; State, Pennsylvania and nearby Western hennery whites, fins to fancy. 6O0ffîe. BASKETBALL AGAIN AÎ PARISH HOUSE ___ I Y. M. C. Teams, Old and New, to Start Piay on Friday Night. St. Peter's parish house Is not to be without basketball this fall, the "old and the new" Y. M. C. quintets now be ing reorganized for play. The firRt team to represent the Y. M. C. In this city, or rather as many of these play ers as are now left In this city, has not been seen In action for some time, rhose playing: on this team were "Pox" Bonz, "Luke" Oliver, Bob Macan, "Da" Macan and Tom Hanson. Dur ing the past season the Y. M. C. has been represented by Hornsby, Cope land, Lehman, Regan, Parker with Bob H&nderhan on the -waiting list Both Regan and Parker played a few games wlih the original Y. M. C. team and If it Is found Impossible for one or two of the "old timers" to play they may be shifted. The resuming of basketball at the Parish house will put some "pep" into this «port in this olty as It Is now lagging along waiting for something of this kind to happen to give It an Impetus Dancing will1 precede and follow these games, the first of which will start on Friday night of this week. The two teams will probably announce their lineups tomorrow. It may be dif ficult for the original Y. M. C. team to get together every Friday night as "Luke" Oliver is in the navy, in active service, and Tom Hanson Is captain of the local battery and Pox Booz, first lieutenant of the sao^ organiza tion. In Danger. A few flays ago a five-year-old boy came with hie mother to visit the lat ter'» cousin. The first plght, upon re tiring. they were gw'en α room which contained a folding bed, which was ^methlng new to the young man. He watched the process of opening, then got Into bee' lay there, and thought for a few mlr jtes, then locked up and said : "M&her, we will have to look out, for this bed has a self-starter, and is liable to go up on us." BOXING TOURNE! AI NEWARK SOON Events for Amateurs to be Held Oct. 27-29 at National Turn Verein. The first monthly amateuT boxing tournament of the season will start on Saturday night, October 27, at the National Turn Verein Club House, 211-219 Bruce ocreet, Newark. The preliminaries will Lake place on Sat urday night, October 27, and the An al» on Monday night, October 28. The bouts on both nights will start prompt ly at 8:15, they being open only to members of the American Athletic Un ion. There will be five «vents contest ed, the first being for fighters 110 pounds and under; the second for 120 pound boxers and Tinder; third, 110 pounds and under; fourth, 140 pounds and under, and fifth, 160 pounds and under. An entry fee will be charged each man, this to be returned when h· enters the ring. First prizes will be solid gold watches: second prizes, gold filled watcies and third prizes, silver watch fobs. Prizes will be given In each event. Entries for the box'.ng tournament close with H. Von Waidthausen, sec retary, care Kational Turn Verein, and Ben LervLne, A. A. U. Headquar ters, New York, on Thursday, October 25th. Official entry blanks may be secur ed upon application at the Turn Verln Clubhouse. Not more than one pound will be allowed in the different claseea. Production of Leghorn·. The average production of egg? by hens of &11 kinds and ages in the United States Is 85. Unselected Whit· Leghorns, however, produce an aver age of 130 egge for the first year, 120 tor the second, 110 for the third, 85 for the fourth, and fall off about ten a year up to the eighth. These fig ures are from a bulletin of the Ctah experiment station. If the first year production be low, the eecond will b· high and vice versa, the total produc tion for three years being about thi same. 9 ' -s Beautiful 1918 Maxwell Now On Exhibition Without altering the world champion motor, the famous perfected clutch and transmission or the mighty axles, the Maxwell builders have produced a new wonder car, far superior in construction and in appearance to anything yet turned out by the Maxwell factories—we have this new and beautiful car—come and see it. The car Is larger and roomier, for one thing—the wheel base has been increased six inches. It is also a stronger and more rigid machine for the road. The frame Is now six inches instead of three inches deep. And the body rests directly on this powerful frame in stead of on bracket· extending from the sides, as In the past. Do you know what that means? It means this : The firmness with which the wheels grip the road and the steadiness of the car at high speed give you a sense of security such as you hâve been, able to enjoy before only in cars shackled with a bat tery of shock absorbers. This New Car is 50 Pounds Lighter There's a marvel of engineering for you, friends! The car is made bigger and stronger—and yet actually lighter. This means greater ease and comfort on the road. More than that—it means greater economy. And the Maxwell before was the most economical 5 passenger car in the world. Compensating underslung rear springs—the last word in spring suspension—mark this wonderful Maxwell of 1918. They mean greater comfort—greater economy, by less ening wear and tear on the car. _ Maxwell Now Has the Style of the Costliest Cars The new Maxwell is a car of great beauty. It has a sloped windshield and rakish lines never before produced in any car costing less than $1200. Its good looks now equal its proved mechanical effi ciency. The new upholstery is richer and gives a new comfort. Inside and out the new 1918 Maxwell is a perfected car We're proud to sell It. You'll be proud to own one. ¥ :m Touring Car $745; Roadster $745; Coupe $1095; Berline $1095; Sedan $1095 AII price» f.o.b. Detroit SEXTON S GARAGE, Perth Amboy, 15 Smith Street HARRINGTON'S GARAGE, Chrome, N. J. THOMAS GARAGE, Junuburg ARMSTRONG'S GARAGE, South Elver, N. J. KAPLAN'S GARAGE, New Brunewiok, N. J. Monthly Pmym«nt« If Tou De»lr·.