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ilium crac / FM 19 TDK λ The American and National I League Teams Representing I New York Should Win I New York baseball teams will f participate In the annual world's series classic this year, unless some ! thing unusual occurs, as a result of ? the games played in the National I and American circuits yesterday. The k New York Yankees defeated Cleve land, the New York Giants defeated %t. Louis, and Pittsburgh lost to Philadelphia. Τ The Yankees have Ave games yet Jo play, and If they lose three of this .number and Cleveland loses one of iour contests scheduled with the I Chicago White Sox. the New York American league entry will still win. The New York Giants have a four game lead over the Pirates, and Manager McGraw's team has four games to play to si* by the Pirates. ' If the Giants win two of the four games and the Pirates take six f (straight. Manager McGraw's team will cop the bunting. "Babe" Ruth increased his home run total yesterday to fifty-eight by clouting out two homers. Five games remain for Ruth to boost his season record. Interest in this city in the Cleve i land-New York series just closed has been as great as in many a world's ■ series. From 4:30 o'clock to a late l hour In the evening there has been I a steady stream of fans the last sev eral nights to learn the result of t Important games. Although today Ϊ is primary day, baseball was the } topic discussed on the majority of 5/ corners last night. NATIONAL· LEAGUE W. L·. P.C. New York 93 57 .620 Pittsburgh 88 60 .595 fit. Louis 84 65 .564 Boston 78 71 .523 Brooklyn 73 74 .497 Cincinnati 68 80 .459 Chicago 61 87 .412 Philadelphia 60 101 .331 NeA' York has four games to play. Pittsburgh has six games to play. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. P.C. New York 94 54 .635 Cleveland 93 57 .620 St. Louis 78 73 .517 Washington 76 72 .514 Boston . 72 74 .493 .Detroit 71 80 .470 Chicago 59 91 .393 Philadelphia 52 94 .356 New York has six fames to pln.v. Cleveland has four games to play. YESTERDAY'S RESUI/TS American League New York 8, Cleveland 7. Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2. National fx-ague New York 4, St. Louis 1. Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 1. GAMES TODAY American Iieagiie 6t. Louis at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. National League Brooklyn at Boston (two games). Cincinnati at Chicago. 4; 2 Interesting Game Played on Borough Field Sunday Af ternoon— Ko. l ek Stars The Maurer representative base V ball team defeated Roosevelt Field Club in a game on the Roose velt grounds Sunday afternoon by a score of 4 to 2. The previous Sun day the Maurer combination defeat ed the Harmony nine, diamond champions of the borough of Roose velt. The Harmony combination re cently defeated the Roosevelt team in a series for the championship. Joe Mullen's Amboys defeated both of these Rcosevelt combinations. Dunton occupied the mound for the visiting tossers, while Donoghue was on the hill for the borough rep resentatives. Dunton allowed tight hits, struck out seven men and is sued one pase while his opponent was touched for nine safeties, struck out five men and Issued two passes. The Roosevelt pitcher also hit one bat ter. The Maurer team rcored one run In the second Inning, and tied the score fcy sending across another counter In the third inning after the Roose velt players had scored their only runs of the game in the last half of the second rcund. The Maurer team scored one iun in the fourth inning and their final counter In the eighth. T. Donoghue and Jakeway led the Roosevelt team at bat. the for mer vith two hits and the latter with three safeties. A. Dametsch and Kochck were the batting stars for the Maurer outfit. Kurmer and T. Donoghue made three base hits. The box score: Ht Maurer A. A. Ψ; AB. R. H. E. A. Dametsch, 3b 4 1 3 1 ι Urbanski, 2b 4 0 0 0 Kochek, lb 4 1 2 1 Zalarl, If 4 0 1 0 J. Dametsch, ss 4 1 1 0 Kurmer, rf S 0 1 0 Faltisco, cf 3 1 0 0 Fowler, c 4 0 1 0 Dunton, ρ 4 0 0 0 34 4 9 2 Roosevelt F. C. AB. R. Η. E. Coughlln, 3b 4 0 1 0 ,T. Ginda, 2b 3 0 0 0 J. Elko, ss 4 0 0 3 T. Donoghue, lb 4 1 2 0 Jakeway, rf 4 1 3 0 G. Elko cf 4 0 1 0 T. Gindo. If 4 0 0 0 J. Donoghue, ρ 4 0 0 0 CJeronimus, c 3 0 1 0 34 2 8 3 Score by innings: Maurer .... 01 1 10001 0—4 t Roosevelt .. 02000000 0—2 ', · Semmary—Three base hits—T. Btmoghue and Kurmer. Two base Sport Comment in All Fields Failure of the toxins clubs hold ing bouts indoors to enforce the "no smoking" rule will result In revoca tion of licenses and permits, an nounces the New York State Boxing Commission. After a battler has trained for weeks in the outdoors to perfect his wind and then comes into a blue, stuffy, smoky arena, naturally it'll slow him up. It is hard enough for a boxer to keep fresh In an indoor bout without the smoke. And if fans want fast action they'll have to help. * * · A Poole Gymc! Hi goes into a poole room 'ouse To see a poole guyhme plyed. Hi cawn't quite figure out the sport From seeing shots they made. Hit 'appens that the height ball AVas sittin' near the 'ole, Έ haimed 'is cue, has others do, Hand tried to myke 'is goal. The ball rolled off'n the tleble, Hand clean across the saloon, But 'e chalked up one, The son-of-a-gun; Έ made it in the gaboon. * » * Has anybody heard what weight Kid McGraw's going to make for the world series? * · · Deserved Tribute They are doing much for Christy Mathewson up in New York. Sep tember SO will be known as Mathew son day at the Γοΐο grounds and the proceeds of the game with the Bos ton Ked Sox will be turned over to the great "Big Six." The president, vice president, Babe Ruth and George Kelly have auto graphed a baseball that will be auc tioned to swell the fund. This is indeed a tribute, but what ever anybody can do for Matty won't be too much. • * » Abbreviated * * · Now Millie Gade announces she'll try to swim the lingiish channel. The British will have to open cus toms stations at the take-off point if the rush continues. I, Dry, Buy New Brew— Rye— Trv, Die! LEHIGHS LOSE AT SO. IH Stratton Holds Visiting Team to Three Hits and Y. M. C. A. Wins The Pennsylvania T. M. C. A. baseball team defeated the Lehigh nine of this city in a game at South Amboy 011 Saturday afternoon by a score of 3-0. Sunday and Stratton. the opposing pitchers, both pitched good ball. Stratton, the South Am boy twirler, was recently defeated bv the Lehigh team in this city when he twirled for the Blue and Grays. Letts and Lagoda featured at the bat for the winners. The box score: Y. M. C. A. AB. Π. Η. Ε .4120 .3010 .4110 .4100 . 4 0 2 0 .3010 . 3 0 0 0 . 3 0 0 0 .3011 31 3 Lelilghs AB. Β Mosko, cf 4 (> Bush, c 4 0 Dunny, If 4 0 O'Hara, 3b 3 0 Strotskl, rf 3 0 Seiboth, lb 3 0 Majeski, ss 3 0 Perry. 2b 3 0 Sunday, ρ 3 0 SO 0 2 2 The score by innings: Lehighs 0000000 0.0—0 Y. M. C. A 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 X—3 The summary: Two base hit, ΪΛ goda. Sacrifice hit. Thorrf'as, Olson. Struck out by Sunday 5, Stratton 9. Eases on balls off Sunday 1. Um pires, Timko and Lyons'. [ Letts, ss .. Thomas, lb Manaker, cf Jacobs, 2b . Lagoda, c . McGuire, 3b Olson, rf .. Fox, If Stratton, ρ 8 1 Η. Ε 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 hits—J. Coughlin, Kochek, 2: Zalarl. Struck out-—by Dunton, 7; by Don oghue. 5. Bases on balls—off Dunton 1; off Donoghue, 2. Hit by pitcher— Donoghue. (Faltisco). Double play —Elko, Ginda toJ\ Donoghue. Lett on bases—Maurer, 6: Roosevelt, 6. Umpire—Joe Dampart. Register Second Victory Over Charleston Team by Score of 4-2 The Clover baseball team traveled to Kreiscfierville, S .1., on Sunday afternoon where they handed a lac ing to the Charleston nine of that place by a score of 4-2. The Perth Amboy team defeated the Charles ton combination earlier In the ses sion. Oldenboom's slants had the home players baffled throughout the fame Only four hits were collected off his delivery and twelve batters fanned the breeze. The Clovers collected ten hits off the delivery of Brown, the Charleston twirler. The Zalari brothers featured at the bat for the winning team. The box ecore: Clover· AB. R. II. Pelligrlne. s« Β 0 1 John Zalari, rf 5 1 2 Kizzi, cf 5 0 0 Lovi, c 3 1 1 Joe Zalari, lb 4 1 3 Fimiani, 2b 4 1 1 O'Hara, 3b 4 0 1 Thullesen. If 4 0 1 Oldenboom, ρ 4 0 0 Ε. 1 0 0 ο ο ο ο ο ο 33 4 10 1 Charleston ΑΒ. Π. Η. Ε. Pelzar, 2b ..Ν Cerlin. lb Schaefer, Sb F Stlomon, ss J. Solomon ,lf Prulss, c Moxie, cf Nitzel, rf 2 Brown, ρ 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 ι 0 η ι ο η ο ο ο ο ο 32 2 4 3 The scorn by Innings: Clovers 02010010 0—4 Charleston 00010001 0—2 The summary: Two base hits, John Zalari, Lovi, Joe Zalari, Fim lnna and Schaefer. Struck out by Oldenboom 12, Brown 7. Bases on balls off Oldenboom 2, Brown 0. F Pemberton & Comings and Sampson & Coughlin Win ners at "Y" Last Night 3 2 1 .667 3 2 1 .667 3 12 .333 3 12 .333 Standing In Two Man Tourney. Ρ W I. rc Pemberton & Comings. Sampson & Coughlin.. Art Bagger & Benish.. Λ1 Bagger & Parker.... _ _ _ Tho Y. M. C. Λ. two man bowling tournament opened last night as scheduled, two matches being rolled. The federal combine of Bill Pember ton and Frank Comings, also known as the "Chestnuts" in this "Nutty" league, won tho first two games from Art Bagger and Vic Benish, the "Ha zelnuts" but met their Waterloo in the third when both of the Ha zels" connected for double century scores. Sampson and Coughlin, the "Acorns" won the first game from Gene Parker and A1 Bagger, alias the "Cocoanuts," lost the second game but won the deciding game by a two pin margin. Art Bagger's scores gave him high average for the night with 179. Comings' 205 was the highest score made during the night although Art Bagger mado 204 and Benish 202. Tonight the "Butternuts," How ard Hope and Kiner Nielsen meet the "Hickorynute," Lloyd Johnson and Ellwood Johnson in one match while in the other match the "Pis tachios," Forman and Fullerton meet the "Walnuts," Raymond and Payne. The scores last night: First Match Pemberton.... 174 181 Comings 352 205 Art Bagger... Benish 326 3S6 333 34S 156 176 204 179 118 170 202 163 274 346 406 342 Second Match. Av. Parker 140 166 183 163 Λ1 Bagger 119 153 172 148 259 319 355 311 117 149 186 151 170 165 171 169 Sahipson... Coughlin. .. 287 314 357 319 The fifteenth team of the league, the "Beechnuts'' is comprised of .Hinclaire and Harding. This team's name did not appear in the list of entries published last night, due to a typographical error. WHITE STARS BEAT ST. EMERY TOSSERS The White Star baseball team defeated the St. Emery nine In a en me on the C. Pardee field Sunday afternoon by n score of 7-2. Johnny Kopko was on the mound for the White Stars, and was touched for three safeties. Ten hits were col lected oft the delivery of Kofgan. The bo* score: White Stars AB. B. H. Hladik, 2b 4 0 0 1-esko, 3b 4 1 1 Adams, If 4 1 3 J. Kopko. ρ 4 1 1 Xelson. lb 4 0 1 Sally, ss 4 1 1 Baudlch, cf 4 1 1 M. Kopko. c 8 1 0 Gab, rf 4 1 2 SS 7 10 St. Emory AB. Π. H. Hobrack. cf Weabbs, ss . Pasehor, lb . T.eroy, 2b .. Beck, rf Mitruska. 3b .Tuhas ,lf Smoyak, ο .. Kofgan, ρ .. 0 0 0 1 η ι ft 0 ο ι ο ο ο ο η η 2 0 36 2 3 The «core by lnnlncs: St. Emerye .... <1 ft A ft 1 ft ft 1 ft—2 White Stars 00400120 x—7 "THAT LITTLE GAME" -By B. Link He's AT vr A6AtH( "ΒσΥε. ' CARDS 3>oMT ΡΛΒΑΜ MO-THIN' To -WN\.— Hfe V.OOKS AT HlS -STACR At*c> "Plays. - ·- C'MOM, FOUBY- · \_AY d=F UAT OFF i Hoi/D"(ourc Hoss-" οτ·*ε,Τν»»θιΤΗαΕε, POOR, FMVE btc. btc· ■pur ΙΜ tHnee Af>*D *<bo uioMT HAve So <V\A*y -Co CooHT WAIT, iW HBtP HIM "Bosy, l'uL ÔIVE HtM A Feu/ SHOTS OF *COFF»N f^AWERS TSEUfcHT"; And he'll TU) ICE AS MAN* TO COUNT-d Ηβ t>oes Moae COWNXIN' than Trte REFEREE OF A "BATTLE TZ'o^Au.. - Rutgers Coach Studies Play ers From Moving Observa tion Platform NEW BRUNSWICK, Sept. 27: — With the opening of the Reason past an.l Ursinus disposed of Coach San ford is pointing his squad of Rutgers footballers for the Lehigh game two weeks hence and Georgia Tech game at Atlanta, October 21'. The Univer sity of Maryland visits Neilson Field next Saturday. Although Coach Sanford has a galaxy of schoolboy stare and prom ising green material working out at Neilson Field it is not likely that he will use them, except as substitutes, in any of the early season games. While last year's team had anything but a successful season, tlu members of it gained a groat deal of experi ence and Coach San ford lias a ma jority of them back to form a com plete eleven. In the initial line-up against Ursinus Coach Sanford used only one freshman player. The Scarlet line this season is a formidable one, averaging more than 200 pounds arid composed entirely of veterans. It can open up holes in the opposing line when on the of fensive and when it is being attack ed it very seldom calls upon the sec ondary defense for aid in stopping the man with the ball. Coach Sanford has introduced an innovation in his coaching system and directs practice from a tower sixteen feet high. The tower is mounted on finir iron wheels and during the scrimmage every after noon a detail of freshman managers pull it up and down the field. From its height the Scarlet tutor is better able to direct the afternoon's work out and to detect flaws in the play ing of his pupils. JOE COLLETTI MEETS COLLINS TONIGHT Joe Colletti. flyweight champion of Hudson Valley and the smallest boxer in the ring today, will meet Kewpie Collins in the main bout on the card of the Hunts Point, L·. I., boxing club schedule for tonight. Colletti appeared in this city at a smoker some time ago, through the efforts of I'M "Mooney" Poulsen, and will probably play basketball in this city during the coming season. "CUSEÏ S" IMeider Blanks Catholic Club From Plainfield in Sunday Game at Woodbridge The Woodbridge Columbian Club baseball team added another victory to their list on Sunday afternoon when they defeated the strong: Cath olic Club of Plainiield on the Wood bridge groundB by a score of 8 to 0. "Dutch" Neider .iafl the visiting batters at his mercy throughout the game, allowing only four hits, strik ing out six -lien and issuing only one pass. Gardner and Kieffe were touched for «even hits, and Ave passes wero issued. Whiteridge led the home, team with the stick, while Bart collected two of the four hits allowed by Neider. Thomas made the longest iiit of the game, a three base blow. Next Sunday the "Woodbridge team will play the Keasbcy representative team on the Woodbridge grounds. The box score: Columbian Club Λ13. Π. IT. Ε. Mesick, 3b 5 1 0 0 Whiteridge, «β 5 2 2 2 Coley, If 4 1 1 υ Pender, c 5 1 .1 0 Dunham, cf 4 1 1 0 Peterson, rf 3 0 0 0 Thomas. 2b 4 1. 1 1 Bader, lb 2 0 0 0 Neider. ρ 2 1 1 0 34 8 7 3 Catholic Club Λ Β. R. Η. Κ. Mullen, 2b 4 0 0 0 Bart, c 4 0 2 0 Simpson, 3b 4 0 0 1 Zeller, ss 3 0 0 0 Culhane, c 4 0 1 0 Poling. If 1 0 0 0 Kyle. If 2 0 0 0 Keating, lb 4 0 0 0 Gardner, ρ 0 0 0 2 Reilly, If 2 0 0 0 Kieffe, p-cf 8 0 1 2 31 0 4 5 Summary—Three base hit—Thom as. Two base hits—Whiteridge and Dunham. Struck out—by Neider, Γ»; Keiffe, 7; Gardner, 2. Bases on balls—off Neider, 1; off Gardner, 2; off Keiffe, 3. I.eft on bases—Colum bian Club. 6; Plainfield, 2. Umpire— Cody. Umpty-seven baseball players will now join the army of unemployed. ♦ + « Jim Poole of the Portland Coast League team cracked out three homers and two singles In one day. Pool? That guy's a whole lake. HARMONY QUINTET HAS BEEN REORGANIZED The Perth Amboy Harmony Club basketball team has been reorganized for the 1921-22 season, was the an nouncement of Manager Matthew Melko last night. The Harmony team will play traveling games dur ing the early part ofithe season and home game» probably on the Jun ior Hall cuurt after the middle of October. This team, one of Perth Amboy's leading basketball teams last year, will have practically the same lineup to start tliis season. Rufle Allen has been added to the roster of this team. Ed "Blackie" Regan. Pete and Wee Hanson, and Freddy Glochau will round out the remainder of the team. AVath Regan and Glochau in the advanced positions. Manager Melko's team can rate high with the leading teams in the senior class. Regan has performed with the Y. M. C. combination. Auditorium, Riversides, Original Auditorium and many other teams in this vicinity during his car eer on the basketball court. Glochau has played with many of this city's leading basketball outfits in former seasons. "Pete" Hanson will probably jump center for the reorganized combi nation. Hanson is rated as one of this county's best all around basket ball players. In addition to being capable of playing a good defensive game, "Pete" Hanson is a good shot. Several seasons ago he received his first real chance in senior circles with the regalia of the Elmore and Pacer teams, and later played with the Auditorium, Original Auditorium and other teams. In Wee Hanson and Rufle Allen, the Harmony club has two capable guards. With these men holding down the defensive berths, the Har mony combination should hold its own with the best senior teams in this county and state. Hanson step ped into senior circles two seasons ago when he performed with the Auditorium representative team. Hie greatest season on the court dates hack two years, when he play ed a flashy game with the Speed* way combination. Allen is one of the most experienc ed men In Manager Melko't line up. This star has played with the Riversides, Original Auditorium and j many other leading county combina tions. He is one of the best guard· in Middlesex county. Senior teams desiring to book the Harmony Club are requested to ad dress challenges to Manager Melko. 175 Smith street. This team will play games any night in the week. junior harmWdëfeats KEASBEY FED COMBINATION The Junior Harmony baseball team defeated the Keasbey Feds on the Keashey diamond Sunday afternoon by a score of 8-3. Gardella pitched for the Harmony team, and led the winning combination at bat. Copen ash featured in the field and at bat for the Feds. The teams lined up as follows: Junior Harmony—Dambach, If.! Romer, rf·: Jensen, 3b.; Joe Parsler, c.: John Danbach, 2b.; John Para lor, ss.; Gardella, p.; Anderson, cf.. and Grlspart, lb. Feds—Romer, 2b.; Stark, cf. & c.! Copenash, c. & cf.; H. Gloff, lb.; Joe Stark, rf.; Mnier, p.; A. Gloff, ss.; F. Gloff, 3b., and Reed, If. The score by innings: Harmony.... 05000010 2—8 Feds 00000000 8—8 And now the season le upon us when the broad-shouldered, curly hairrd fullback casts hie hazel eye around the packed stand·, suddenly finds what ho seeks—a sweet young thing waving a filmy bit of lace In encouragement; smiles, waves his hand, grits his teeth and plunges through the line for 20 yard®, leav ing a trail of bleeding and battered warriors. "Every Little Bit Helps" "Every llttlo bit helps" Is the ulcgan of this little fellow who is doing his best to help out his daddy, a London policeman. 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