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CrAftD THE CUB
^wUr REPORTER
Heaver.
Experience in Playing for World's Title
and Crack Pitching Staff Should Give
Boston Best of the Argument Fuller
ton Predicts Ruth Will Be Premier
By "GILL"
While the Phillies were losing a
double bill to the Boston Braves in
the National league yesterday the
Brooklyn Dodgers won their game
with the New York team, thereby
clinching the flag in the National lea­
gue and the honor to contend for the
World's championship for the fourth
time in the history of organized base­
ball in the city of Brooklyn. Should
Brooklyn, lose their two remaining
games with the Giants and the Phil­
lies win the games they still have to
play Manager Robinson's club would
Btill retain their hold at the top of
[the percentage column.
The contenders for the highest base­
ball honor this year will be the Brook­
lyn team, representing the National
league, and the Boston club, represent­
ing the American league, winner of
the world's championship in 1915. The
race jp both circuits has been the
closest for the past few years and
the fans have been kept on edge
throughout the past month.
Fans in every section of the United
States will await the outcome of the
coming series with unusual interest.
Baseball bugs in Bismarck and vicin­
ity will be no exception to this rule
and already the maniacs have been
doping out the relative strength of
the two teams.
The concensus of opinion seems to
point to the fact that the Boston club
will have the best of the argument.
One reason for this statement is due
to the fact that the Red Sox have
had a deal of experience playing in
a series for the world's title whereas
the Dodgers have not contended for
the pennant for several seasons.
Without a doubt pitching will be
the leading factor in the series and
will no doubt decide just who will
cop the bunting. The pitching staff
~t the Red Sox is at present in the
st of condition. None of the mound
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III THE 111 SERIES
artists have been overworked. George
Foster, who won two games from the
Phillies last year, has been laid up
with a sore arm for some time and
it is a question as to whether or not
he will be able to mount the rubber
in any of the contests.
Passing up Foster eastern critics
assert that nevertheless Carrigan's
crew still has the best of the argu­
ment. Hughie Fullerton is of the opin­
ion that Carrigan will start Ruth in
the opener Saturday and also pre­
dicts that Ruth will be the star heaver
in the series. "Dutch" Leonard will
be another good bet for the Sox while
Shore will be on the job as usual.
The latter is one of the coolest twirl
ers under fire and fans from the home
of the Baked Bean are looking for
great things from this bird. Mays is
another man who can be used in a
pinch and critics claim that he will
be an ideal hurler to send in in a
pinch.
The Brooklyn corps has been a puz­
zle all season. Pfeffer and Dell, the
wonder workers of the early stages
of th§ race, have recently exhibited
symptoms of slipping, their decline
being due to heavy work thrust upon
them.
&mith pitched good ball earlier in
the race, then wobbled and in the last
stretch Robinson was forced to rely
chiefly on Marquard and Cheney.
Cheney is an iron man and one of
1 he most effective spitball pitchers in
the National league.
Cheney, Marquard, Pfeffer and
Smith will bear the brunt of the
series' hurling, with Coombs a pos­
sible starter.
FARGO ELEVENS WILL
BE IN ACTION SOON
Fargo, N. D., Oct. 3.—All three Far­
go football teams will be in action
this week, Fargo college playing
Jamestown college here Friday the
North Dakota Aggies playing the
Wahpeton School of Science Saturday
in this city, and the Fargo High
school meeting the Casselton High
school at Casselton on the same day.
The Aggies went into their practice
work today on a tougher basis. Coach
Davis anticipating giving his men
some real work this week.
Fargo college escaped without in­
juries in the game against the Uni­
versity of North Dakota.
Neither the Moorhead High school,
Moorhead Normal school or Concor­
dia college, play this week.
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL?
By GENE AHERN.
"Babe" Ruth, the Boston Red Sox
pitcher, has never been asked to
write beauty secrets for a woman's
magazine.
The only things that keep Ernie
Shore, the aviator pitcher, from be­
coming a bass drummer are his knees.
All the Red Sox players knock
wood for good luck. As the Braves'
park, where the world series is to be
played, isn't constructed of that ma­
terial. it'll be kinda tough for them
unless there are some wrestlers pres­
ent.
The bird who chirps "The game
ain't over until the last man is out,"
makes us think of the great, proverb
not from Ben Franklin. "Breakfast
ain't over until the egg is off the
chin."
Some of the streets in Bahston are
so narrow a fellow can't fall over, and
sii are the doors leading into the
.sporting editor's rooms for fans who
want free tickets.
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BISMARCK DAILY VBXBUHB
GLEANINGS FR01JAIESTOWN
Jamestown, N. D., Oct. 2.—For the
purpose of defraying the over-tuition
expenses of a night school for James­
town, the Commercial club has engag­
ed the services of William Ward of
New York Ci,ty to train local people
for "The Hunter's Fortune," which
will be given in three weeks as a ben­
efit.
"I'm going to leave you now," whis­
pered Mrs. Marlon Conklin, wife of
Judge Conklin of this city, to her
nurse, at 2:30 o'clock Saturday morn­
ing. Before members of the family
could be summoned she passed away.
Death came suddenly and only af­
ter a three days' illness, to Mrs. Mjr
tha Beebe Conklin, one of the early
settlers of Jamestown. It wa3 due
to valvular heart trouble with com­
plications,
Funeral services will be held from
the family residence at 10 o'clock
Monday morning. Besides her hus­
band, she is mourned by two sons,
Fred L. Conklin of Bismarck, and
Ray W. Conklin of Chicago, and her
daughter, Mrs. Lou Osborn of James­
town.
All the children will be present at
the funeral.
Scoring two touchdowns and suc­
cessfully kicking two goals in second
quarter, Jamestown high school Sat­
urday afternoon defeated Coopers
town high school by a score of 14 to 0.
Rath man, quarterback on the James­
town team, got the first touchdown,
and Spencer, the fullback, the sec­
ond. Rathman kicked both goals.
Jamestown high plays Valley City
next Saturday afternoon.
Thinking that he heard the cry of
one of his children in his barn, which
was being destroyed by fire, Nelson
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McGraw Leaves Field in
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Brooklyn, Oct. 3.—Declaring that he
was disgusted with the1 playing of his
team, Manager John J. McGraw of
the New York National league club,
left the playing field in the fifth in*
ning of today's game between Brook­
lyn and New York and retired to the
clubhouse. Manager McGraw did not
appear on the field after that inning.
that although he did not believe any
of the players tried deliberately to
favor Brooklyn, they had refused to
obey orders and itad disregarded sig­
nals.
"When Perrltt wound up with a
man on first base, allowing the run­
ner to steal second, I lost my patience
and left the bench/' declared the New
York leader. "I have worked too
hard this year to stand around and
watch playing like that, and I re­
fused to be connected with it."
French, living near Kensal, Stuts­
man county, rushed into the struc­
ture and was badly burned about the
hands and chest. The barn, with sev­
eral stacks of hay, was destroyed.
'Mrs. T. Ekeland, wife of Rev. T.
Ekeland of Kioshan, South Hohan,
Chine, where both were stationed as
missionaries, is dead, according to
word which has just reached Mrs. E.
P. Olson of Medina, sister of Mrs.
Ekeland. Death was due to tubercu­
losis.
Ten more days will see threshing
in the vicinity of the James River
valley completed. Early ripening of
grain this year and the fact that
little of the wheat crop was cut, gave
the farmers an opportunity to get
into their fields earlier than usual
and get their fall plowing well ad­
vanced.
A bitter fight is on in this Fifth
Judicial district, between Judge J. A.
Coffey of Jamestown and Atorney A.
P. Paulson of Valley City, for the
district judgeship. It will be the only
interesting fight in this part of the
state during the fall campaign.
Owing to the office being non-parti­
san, Attorney Paulson has a right on
the ballot at the general election.
With a capital stock of $25,000, the
Eastman Investment company was
organized at Robinson, Kidder county,
this week. The officers of the com­
pany are: President, P. K. Eastman
vice president, R. M. Eastman, and
secretary-treasurer, J. F. Brenton.
The company will *eal in real estate
and a general brokerage business.
The 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Richards, who was run over by
the tender of a threshing engine last
week, will recover. For several days
the child's life hung in the balance.
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BASEBALL
STANDING OF THE CLUM
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Clubs— P. W.
Brooklyn 152 93
Philadelphia 151 90
Boston 150 88
New York 150 85
Chicago 149 67
Pittsburgh 153 65
St Louis 153 60
Cincinnati 153 60
L. Pet
59 .612
61 .596
63 .587
65 .567
82 .450
88 .425
93 .392
93 .392
Clubs— R. H.
At Brooklyn 9 14 4
New York 6 11 2
Batteries—S. Smith, Pfeffer and Mil­
ler Benton, Perritt, G. Smith and
Raridan.
First game:
Clubs- R.R1
At Philadelphia 3 8 4
Boston 6 11 2
Batteries—Rixey, Mayer and Killi
fer Rudolph and Gowdy.
Second game:
Clubs- R. H. E
At Philadelphia 1 5 5
Boston 6 11 0
Batteries—Mayer, Bender and Kil
lifer Tyler and Gowdy.
STANDING OP THE CLUM
AMERICAN
Clubs—
Boston
Chicago
Detroit
New York
St. Louis
Cleveland
Washington
Philadelphia
LEAGUE
P. W. L. Pc.
154 91 63 .591
154 89 65 .578
154 87 67 .565
152 78 74 .513
154 79 75 .513
154 77 77 .500
151 74 77 .490
153 36 117 .235
Clubs— R. H.
At New York 9 12 .3
Washington 9 13 2
Batteries—Culiop, Buckles, Love,
Mogridge and Walters Gallia, Ayers
and Henry.
A 9 to 9 tie, an eleven-inning game.
First game:
Clubs R. H. E
At Boston 3 8 0
(Philadelphia 5 12 0
The fifth and sixth games, if neces­
sary, will be played Thursday, Octo­
ber 12, and Friday, October, 13, at
Boston and Brooklyn, respectively.
Should a seventh game be necessary,
to decide the series, the location of
the contest will be decided by the
toss of a coin, as in past years. All
these details were arranged at a
meeting of the National Baseball com­
mission this afternoon, but the pen­
nant winner of the National league
was not known at the time the com­
Batteries—Mays, Foster and Thom­
as, Agnew Parnham, Lindstrom and
Schang.
Second game:
Clubs— R. H.
At Boston 5 11 3
Philadelphia 7 15 3
Batteries—'Ruth, Wyckoff and Ag­
new Nabors and Picinlch.
No other games scheduled.
E
SCHEDULE NAMED
Enderlin, N. D„ Oct. 3.—The En
derlin high school football team has
a complete schedule for the balance
of the season, and the outlook is
bright for a strong team.
The line-up follows: Fullback, Auf
stad halves, Lynn, Lubiens and Budd
Cole center, Janz quarter, Daniel
son guards, Carl and Leon Under­
wood and Olaf Neugard tackles,
Warner and Oram ends, Mike WUper,
Hiram Wiper, Ingle and Willis Wiper.
The schedule:
Lidgerwood high school at Ender­
lin, October 7.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1916.
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BOSTON NEXT SATURDAY
Brooklyn and Bed Sox Will Meet in Initial Fracas for Busting
With Both Teams in Good Condition No Oame Sunday
but 8econd Game Will Also Be Played at Boston
Sew York, Oct 3.—The Boston Am­
erican League club and the Brooklyn
Nationals will meet .in the 1916
world's series, the opening game o?
which will be played on the National
League field at Boston next Saturday,
October 7. The teams will remain
in Boston over Sunday and play the
second game of the series there Mon­
day, October 9, weather permitting,
after which they will return to Brook­
lyn for two games, at Ebbetts Field,
on Tuesday and Wednesday, October
10 and 11.
The Lanpher Hat
at usual,
mission adjourned and the same date
that applied to Brooklyn also applied
to the Philadelphia. Nationals. Be­
fore nightfall, however, the victory
of Brooklyn over New York and the
double defeat administered to the
Philadelphia Nationals by the Boston
club of the same league clinched the
pennant for the Brooklyn players.
The umpires were announced today
as follows:
American league: Dineen and Con­
nolly.
National league: O'Day and Quig
ley.
Press Reservations.
New York, Oct. S.—Applications for
press reservations for the world's se­
ries baseball games should be made
to Ralph McMillan, Boston Journal,
Boston, and to A. Yager of the Brook­
lyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn. The offi­
cial headquarters of the national com­
mission in Boston will be the Copley
Plaza and in Brooklyn the Hotel Bos
sert.
Valley City high school at Valley
City, October 21.
Lidgerwood high school at Lidger­
wood, October 28.
Valley City high school at Enderlin,
November 11.
LaMoure high school will be played
either October 14 or November 4.
WHOLESALERS TAKE THREE
FROM HIGH SCHOOL
The Wholesalers proved too strong
for the High School five last even­
ing and won all three games. The
Wholesalers piled up a total of 784
in the first, 825 in the second and 884
in the third while the High School
quint spilled 656 pins, 698 and 823.
The Commercial Club and Retailers
will meet at the Capital City alleys
tonight at 7:30.
10 PER CENT 8AVED ON COAL
BILL3
By taking advantage of your Cash
Discounts and getting your coal In
carload lots. You can save 10 per
cent en Monarch Coal.
Nothing can shake the faith men
have in the Lanpher hat. Every sea­
son thousands of knowing men de
mand this hat because long and profit­
able acquaintance has taught that
all expected in a hat will be found in
the Lanpher.
Forty-four years of well earned
popularity is a record the Lanpher
hat may boast of with propriety.
FOR SALE
1916 Overland Fire Salvage
Inquire
CITY INSURANCE AGENCY
'Phone 220
(Loss reported Saturday, and paid
following Tuesday)
C. A. FINCH LUMBER CO.,
9-10-7t Phone 17.

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