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World Series Gossip-—Fighting—-Racing—-Odds and Ends of Sport
FEW PLAYERS OF
1905 SERIES LEFT
Where are the heroes of yester
year?
Each year sees some of the old
favorites of the national pastime end
their careers. Each year Father
Time reaps hi« harvest. Each year
the heroes of today are getting near
er and nearer to the day w hen they
must bid good-by,to the game to
which they have always given the
best that was In them.
Some few players, the exceptions
to the rule, last longer than others,
but all must In the end give in. Grad
ually they pass out of the big
leagues, and past their prime, these
former stars find the toboggan greas
ed. Some of them give up the st mg
gle then. Others keep up Che fight
some because It Is the only way open
for them to make a living and ntuofs
for sheer love of the game. Those
■who keep at It drift farther and far
ther down in the minors and many
end their days in oblivion.
Many are the stars Who have pass
ed out of the big tent in the past few
years. The famous "Rube" Waddell,
"Cy" Ypupg, Arthur Devlin, the late
"Bugs" Raymond, 'Mike" Donlin, Mc
Ginnlty, "BUI" Donovan. "Gabby"
Street and countless others are on
the list. ■
Championship teams a few years
ago are now broken np. and many
of their stars playing in minor
leagues throughout the country. Lit
tle is left of the old Cub machine,
which made its last appearance
against the Athletics In the world's
series of 1910. Chance, Tinker,
Kling. Brown, Reulbach. Luderua and
Sheckard are on other major league
teams, and Cole. Ritchie. Mclntlre,
Pfelster, Hofman, Kane, Overall,,
Steinfeldt and Beaumont are In the
minors. Evers, at. second; Archer,
catcher; Zimmerman, at third, and
Schulte, 4n the field, are all that re
mains of the greatest baseball ag
gregatlon of Its time
Even less remains of the teams
that represented the Athletics and
Giants in the world's series of 1905,
which .'Was won by New York,
game* to one. Of the two famous
colections of stars of the game
saw service in that historic stnig
gle only Mathewson remains with
New York, while Davis, Plank and
Bendey ate the only remaining sur
vivons of the series with the Ath
letlcs.
LOSS OF JACK COOMBS
BLOW TO ATHLETICS
. Jack f oombs. the great piteher of the
Athletic», the peer of all modern ''hon|
«-:ii «... t »t -.i
men. will tie out of the ser e« With the
Ginnfs. When this new» first become
known there
among Philadelphia fan«. They figured
Jhn.t the chance« of the Athletics' win
ning'were greatly mini mired. However,
the reeetrt good work of Bub ■ Shawkey,
t.'bieA ».Bender and. 1 )i» ce heran E*fdb'
much gloom spreavl
was
Plnnk has i-auaed this fear to v«n1»b
vomewhat
Tt I
«afe to «ay th*f the New York
play er« and fan« arc not wasting any
tears in mourning fhe Jo»« of the big
piteher to tfie Athletic?; He hna always
proved a hard man to heat in a' world'«
•»eric«.. He lia»
never Inst a game in a
fdniggle for the
w orld
championship Of the
Yachfmen To End Out Door
Season With Round of Pleasure
Next Saturday w ill mark the closing
Rave.'three limes around «-mile course,!
> miles; 3.30 p. m . Open Motor Boat|
Hare.- once around R-mile course, ff
.miles; 4 p. m.. Hydroplane Race for
LVF,N1NG JOURNAL Trophy, « miles,
tire ïoeh Jr,, the w inner of this trophy
last voar, will be present fo defend it.
Automobile Run, 3.A mile». 1.30 p. m
Cat's will leave fro,,, front of Hotçi Du
Pont, Eleventh and Market streets, first
o»r f*tartin^ at l.;m p. m.. sharp, «nd the
mu end« at club house. (»01 don Height*.'
4oiir*e ?***.*.•' f <î,r '
third* pr ixe» forerunning again*! Sealed
time, fourth for consolation prize to
ear having greatest amount of -trouble.
Tran shoot in^ ' n m Trnn^
lower (erracc direct lv in from of ebtb
bon».- mirch. Shooting be-in» at 1 p.
in and ends at 4 p m ^ *" '
•,Roast Ovstqr Supper. 5.30 p. m. Rerv
Cl* from .Ï.39 p. nt. to 7.39 p, in. Brice
üikC
of the outdoor season at the Wilming
ton Yacht and Automobile Chib and
from all indications it'will be a big day
for Hie dub members. Following will
be fhe program:
Motor Boat' Races-1.30 p. m., Cruiser
Baseball In Two Leagues
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
American League.
Athlet4cs 13, New York 10 (first
game).
New York 2. Athletics 10 (second
game. 6 Innings, called).
Boston 2, Washington 0 (1st game).
Washington 11, Boston 3 (second
game).
Other games postponed (rain).
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
American League.
PC.
W. L.
98 58
Athletics
Washington
Cleveland
Boston
Chicago
Detroit
Ft. Louis
New York
.833
.582
84
.89
84 85
.584
70
.530
;.. 79
...77 72
...64 86
.617
.427
94
.373
5G 94
.373
8CHF.nn.ni for today.
American League.
Kew York at Philadelphia.
Boston at Washington. ' .3
Chicago at Detroit.
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Cleveland.
at
McGInnlty. »bo, with Mathewson.
pitched the entire «»rien for the
Giant», 1 b owner and manager of the
Tacoma club of
League and still take* his regular
Catcher Bow*!
man, when last heard from, was still
playing In the minora and Hoger
Bresnahan. the other catcher of the
Giant* In the series, Is playing sec
nnd diddle to Archer on the Cub*.
First Baseman Han MeOann commit
ted suicide at Louisville, Ky., in 1909.
Billy Gilbert, second baaeman. when:
last heard from was managing a
minor league team. Shortstop BUI
Dahlen ts manager of the Dodgers
and Arthur Devlin, third baseman,
was given hts release by the Boston
Nationals a little over a month ago
Leu Fielder Sam Mertea la In a bush
league In the West; Center Fielder
Mike Donlln w as released by the
Chillies about the middle of the sea
son and is now in the International
League, and George Browne, after be
ing carried as a. pinch h'tter by the
Phillies for a «hört time In the 1912
season, dropped back into the
minors.
Of the Athletic players who en
gaged in the series In 1905, Monte
Cross, shortstop, and Lave Cross,
third baseman, are both playing in
minor league
right fielder, and
beider, are also in the minors. Hart
sel lost his job as mana.'.îr of the To
ledo American Association team dur
ing the past season, and has not yet
located himself with another club.
Catcher Powers Is dead and Catcher
Schreckengost Is playing in a small
Pltcher Andy Coakley is
Eastern college learn.
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er league.
coaching. an
George Wiltse Is the only Giant play
er left who did not get into the
aeries. Dummy Taylor. Frank Bow
'erman and Sam Strang have passed
ou * of the big leagues long ago. Of
the Athletics who remained on the
j bPnch throughout the series. Jack
^Knight |g now with the Highlanders,
land "Rube Waddell, who had a lame
four:»™ 1 «nd could not Pitch, is almost
1 forgotten In minor league obscur
1 !'
| Of the Giants and Athletics who
\ completed In the world's series of
j 1011. Devore and Becker are with the
Phillies. Ames with Cincinnati and
Lord with the Boston Nationals,
the Northwestern
iurn on the raouud.
Seybold,
center
company.
Hoffman.
Who will pass away next?
I In 1910, again«! the Cub*, he pitched
an ^ won three of the four game« that
'the Athletics copped. In 1911, against
, ,« i ,
the t.ignts. he look part In two game«
nnd was credited with winning one of
tlmm. In the sixth inning of the «eeond
game he «trained hi» groin ami gamely
pitched untit the end of the ninth in
ning, when New. .York tied (he score «n
him. Plank pitched the tenth Inning
nd the Giant» scored a run. winning the
game,
J Al, (he beginning of this «eason Coomb*
was attm-ked with typhoid fever, and
Jvva* an invalid during the major part of
the pennant reee. He recovered to
jharils the end of the «raton, and It was
11 bought (hat- he would be in eondition
| to pitch in the world'* *er|e.«. But lie
again strained his side during practice
land i- now ont of the game again,
made to J. M. Pu«ey, *-hairman of house
'committee. No. 220b Shallcross avenue,
or to the secretary.
7.30 p. m.— Annual meeting of \\ it |
in ing ton Anvht, and Automobile Club.
S p. m.—Dancing'and music.
The automobile bu, of the Marshall.
Maneill Automobile ( ompanv. will meet
tho Darbv ears at the Marsh Road Sta
tlfm not (;„Hon Heights, - '
heretofore announcedl from 2 p. m. on.)
,|,irina the afternoon and evening.
„ , , , ,
^Herman Tyson, with his homes. In
' hp . c,08,n / r «««' of lnter.Utte
fair at Lynchburg Va., swept the
n 2,1 7 ithî hï *♦ | F I
for all his David led the
bunch to the wire In each heat, .ind In |
2 20 * ro ^' Ronn an ^ Peter
»^«P^Hshrdlu ehr taoin hrdluiirdlu
J'ÄiYely
1 respccuveiy.
P wv*ta t^v I *r»« " » A
RAC E8 AT L.ftPBEL, M8.
BALTIMORE A OHIO K. H. I'J.OO
R0CÄI» TRIP.
Special train direct to Race Course
SCr"* ,0n at 1206 P * M

TTSOV HORSES CLEAK TP.
New York 13, Phillies 3 (1st game)be
Phillies 4. New York 4 (2d. game. 0
Boston 7, Brooklyn 4 (2d game, 8
W. L. P.C.
soi
'll.
.458
.43«
TENTERHIT'S RESULTS.
National League.
innings, called).
Boston 3. Brooklyn 1 (1st. game).
innings, called).
Other clubs not scheduled.
STAADPiG OF THE CLUBS.
National League.
51
99
.860
New York
Phillies
Chicago
, Pittsburgh
Boston
Brooklyn
m nnt i
St. Louis .19
«1
88
.36
85

89
82
.69
.85
84
84
87
.424
99
.331
SCHEDULED FOR TODAY.
National League.
Philile* at New York (2 games).
-Brooklyn at Boston (2 games).
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Cincinnati at St. Tauiir.
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Every bssehall season ha« Its
heroes U has many of them—field
hatting leaders, pitching and catch
ing stars. Likewise every world's aer
tes has its heroes. Not so many of
.Hr,™ in h#. »um for » «ramm lasts
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tnrougli ibt names, wntic a "pe" 1
series extends through .only »even ûr
'eight games al the tnbdi. *
^ust as there is one bright Partien
lar star w ho outranks all his com
pet (tors for honors for a whole sea
son. is there always a man in ea<;h
world's scries, who. like Ben. Adhciu.
leads all fhe rest
From 1903, when the champion team
DELAWARE IS
FULL HOPE :
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Spécial to THE EVENING JOt BNAL.
NEWARK, Oct. 4.—With every
m ember of the team confident of vie
^ or >'« Delaware will meet H aver ford
In the opening football game of the
season this afternoon prepared to put
V u T" %*"" M * kv * J 8
(Well pleased with the work of the
0,evpn ln ,hp PracMice scrim mages
and the team Is probably better train
cd and in better condition than any
previous Old Gold and Blue eleven;
thi » ,,m * ' of T 880 " . 11 de '|
Rudfdph. wh^walMto^plav center 'had
an injured bed) end hr will not like
ly be In the game today. Grot liera
Will nlav that nosltlon
Coach McAtw announced today
that the line-up would be; Groff, left
;end; Carswell. left tacklo; ' Edwârds,
left guard: Crothcrs. center; Foster,
right guard; Pepper, right tackle:
Captain Cann, right end; Huston.
fiuarter-hack ; Doherty, "first half
back; Taylor, second half-hack, and
Handy, full-back. The officials will
: Palmer. Swartbtnore. referee;
Mo«t. Princeton, umpire, and Wright.
Delaware, head linesman.
Last night the Athletic Association
held a smoker In the oratory and
more enthusiasm was shown by both
the student body and faculty than
has been displayed over a football
game for some years. The fart that
it will not only he the first game of
the season, hut will also be the first
game on the new athletic field, has
aroused a spirit of victory in every
one connected with the college.
Jos,ah Marvel, of Wilmington, made
the prhiclpal address, in which he
dwelled on the benefit of wholesome
outside sports. He urged the team to
: do its best and above all to play a fair
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Ka -j i „ i ,r»i .»it 1, «i „nt »tnee mul
sa.d he underrtood that ;no »»"«•
has Delaware f " a * npd *' ]! ct PL\ ®
Haverford on the football field and
since then there has been a long
string of defeats: If you licked her
onee you can do It again, so do It
tomorrow." v -, ', - -
Others w"ho made short addresses
were: Professor VV. Owen Sypherd.
Pwofessor C. A. McCue. Everett C.
r* r .. p r A Wort Poae'.
ROUSING SMOKER
ON NIGHT BEFORE
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of the National I/eaguc first njnt the
champion team of the American
ship of the world, up to the last ser
1rs. between the Giants and the Red
Sox. last fall, there has atwa>s bi'cn
some one among Du* players who has
done aoinelhlng to make himself the
hero of the scries and the Idol of
^ fjgadoiD. Who will be-the hero this
year is Impossible to say. Many of Hie
men who became famous In past
world's series bailies were players
only mediocre ability.
Bill Dineen, now an American
League umpire, was Hie hero of the
first world's series between the Na
UoUaF and American Leagues, in 1908.
BAKER AND SHAFER
Ï
CLOSELY MATCHED
Frank Baker, the (error of Frappe,
M*I. "ho almost decided Hie world's
l»erie» between the Athletic» and Giant»
(jll j h i j ,11 hy himself, will probably
he a big factor again in f he coming »er
in». Arthur Shafer, w ho ha« vppliintcil
Heriog. one of the hero.-» of the meeting
between New York antj Boston last
.'Tar., id the third corner, will stack up
against, him for whatever honors vv
fall to (lie lot of the third hasemon
Baker, whose two home runs off Mar
jfpiard and Mathewson. tile best of the
jGianl pitchers, brought him fame that
jgy Xh« t'nifod ries«».
. XTAV YORK, CVt. 4. "Throw them
0l ,t 0 f the ring'* and sienna of hisse*
i1H d boo. greeted a brother act put on
Here at Hilly Gib*.«* On, den A C. last
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n, k' ,t , '<'twee" Sum IgM.gtmd, of Boston,
"t» 1 • l " r Jeannette, two negroes. I he
^charitably disposed «aid Jeannette won.
Hog fat at 199 pound*, when he
«lionl.l have scaled alwut 180, Langford
"k- » hor» ■ a ml wagon, s..
" Î Ml * cl.nchins the! t »• pei
' ''"" ,| y »bunted then opinion that
thch.nl was s trame-, up and. voiced de
""nciatiot. of the management which
IJhmT.*' lob tmtkc h the
|*^'î rm, 'J'' «onatantlv
j!!!*.". " . W tw ,7.*.,i to he t*. hang
-h,.,,, „ther» neck,
|,tlc right »h« not a fake,Smn l^ing
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mouth of the Christiana
Thp f art > # w '» ,B rhl "T ° f th<
8eprpt l r y of de P"J ment ,
On Friday, October 10, a number of
boyB wil * ,ak,> 811 educational trip to
eHher thp Pollm , n 8hopB or the Rau
croft mills. A grapliophone concert
wl „ bp , ven gomP ev< , n | n g next
week wheo the membPrg 8 re asked to
tnvite thetr fr icnds. An entirely new
gpg of rpcordg bp ugpd
ill
LANGFORD AND
JEANETTE HISSED
TODAY'S SPORTS
BASEBALL.
Highland vs. Paikside. Front and
Union streets.
GENERAL SPORT.
Matinee racing. Wawasct Park.
Golf and tennis, Wilmington Coun
try Club.
i Sheeting duPont Gun Club.
Y. M. U. A. SAY HIKE,
Members of tho boys' department
of the Y. M. C. A,, will go on a hike
this afternoon to the Light House, at
River.
William J. McAvoy, Dr. George A.
Harter. Lieutenant Herman and John
r*-,-i*-e P Conn.
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In that series ho won three of the
ftve games necessary to win. H«
pitched thirty-six innings and Pitts-!
burgh, Boston's opponent, scored in
only.four of the rounds he worked.
There was no series in 1904. Owner'
Brush, of the Giants, refusing to al
low his club to play with the Boston
Americans. * ■
The Athletics w on the pointant In
the American Is ague In 1905. and the
Giants repeated-In the National. The],
! two teams mol and the Giants came'in
| otlt on ,^0 long end, due to the won
derful pitching of Christy Mathewson.
<1U| llm „ - , ,
| n 19DÜ (leorgle Rohe, a utility play
*r with the White Sox. filled in at
ttilrd base In ttte absence of Tapne-,
hill.'who was out of the game on ac-1
eemnt of Injuries, and almost won the
championship nt the world single
handed, for the Box. Th*- Cutis were
their opponents in that scries. In the
first game Rohe tripled w ith the score
tied and snored the winning run on
had return. In (he (bird game he
Knocked in Hie only runs that were
scored in the game when he tripled
with the basés ('nil. All In oil he
will UM jim long jim tl'ir Oi ha^MYall
is played, MiouM r«nk ;ih favorite over
hin rival pniirdmn of tin* **hi*ll cornor."
While Him fer a more polish™! tl<*lil«*r
than Hakrr, the chances «rr that will
slugger in this
rule
KLKTOX, M<I, Oct. 4- The sc<*ontl an
nual registered trap tournament of th**
Klkton («un rliib was probably the Urg
L* t vvcr held in IVcil count v, mark*-!
men lo-ing present from Halt.morc %
. ,
„dclph ta. VV tlnniigloi. and oilier point*.
Twenty »even men shot through flic
entire program, which c**n»i»trd uf -Jia 1
targets for each man. There were also
130 contestant» in the mulch for tin*
j. h.. vn P ion-l.i,. . *v„ county. J. It.
[McHugh carried • »if I• i ^ I» honors i"i tbv
i , breaking ,93 ont of a lasvaible JM).!
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l. P. Holden won the match for the
"f » -ctl county. The
w '' 8 ' ,0 ,l,r k''t H - -'l r - Holden,
*'• MarMnüelI and t . O. William» tied
not outshine the great
Baker, although na a
generally manage»
and rise fo the
depart meiil.
a ' (oo»i- fielder.
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pull hi^iselt together
IMi'tisioi) al the psychologies! moment.
Shaler is also a gem) hitter, a eork
jug base runner and wonderful fielder,
but Baker ha« him »haded on past per
formniice».
M'HUGH HIGHEST
IN ELKTON SHOOT'
By The United Press.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4 - Bennie Allen,
a Kansas City youth, today holds the
world's title at pocket billards, as
result of his defeat of Alfred De Oro,
the Cuban crack, who Is old enough
to be his father. De Oro ran 294 to
Allen's 200 in the final block last
night, hut Alim won by a margin of
800 to B18. Allen piled up a lead of
88 halls in the first two nights of
play.
villi «4 targets each.
In the shoot oil.
nt 13 targets, Holden broke •>( targets,
the other two breaking 23 each.
ALLES IS POOL ( IIAMPIO*.
ST ALOYSIUS TROTS OUT.
The St. Aloysius football team ha«
organised and Manager Dougherty ha«
a large squad of players signed. The
first practice game will la- played
All players are re
Monday evening,
quested to report at Second and dul'ont
»Irret» Manager Dougherty would like
to hear from the amateur teams of the
city. Addre»«. Manager John Dougherty,
No. l<a»3 West Fourth street.
HOME GATHERING AT MISSION.
There will be a home gathering at
the Free Gospel Mission, Front and
Jefferson streets, tomorrow, com
mencing at 9 n'*'lm'k.
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made seven hit« In the entire acrlea,
when hit*
He never dfd much
most of them coming
meant runs
ter that series, however, and after
warming the bench for the White Sox
during most of 1907 season he was
leased to the minors.
The Cubs defeated Detroit for the
championship In both 1907 nnd 'os.
and in both struggle» Johnny Kling.
star catcher of the Cubs, was the hero.
He caught all the signals of the Tl
gerri, outguessed them at all stages!
of the game, and broke up both their
defense nnd offense, and the best lie
troll could do in the two series
to He one game in the first nnd wlni
one in the second
. "Babe" Adams, a
the Mar of the 1909 series.
ed three of the games that Pittsburgh
f won.
Jack Coombs was the hero In 1910
the series between the Athletics
and the Cubs. He pitched and won
; three games in seven days, and In one
1 Frank Baker s two home runs that
, won two games for the Athletics ln
J the 1911 aerien made him the hero that
year.
Huch Bedient, a youngster, whom
many of the dop'-sters had not even
) considered rts a relief plfcher. turned
.ont (erbe thr- hero of the Herfes last
year. When Joe Wood. Boston's hope
I for fhe championship of (he world,
failed fo come through with what was
j e*pec(ed of him. Bedlcn( got his!
ehanre and came out on top with fly
| lug colors.
Who will he the hero of 191"?
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IN THE CITY
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.automobil«**
)j h *^
handle :
in this city, the follow it
of dealers, together with tl
handled, -He given la-low, with the cuts i
Company, No. ï«w Orange street, Hud
Stewvrt Truek.
Hansen Automobile t ompanv. No. H|.>
Tl . lmi ,| »tic-t. Overland, ' Ovctlaml
rrin-C.
Internalional Motor « oin|«iny, dul'ont
Building, I. M. Go. Truck,
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• Inieinaihmsl rnifk.
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West Tenth «Meet, «'handier, M event,
| „ pick T r, lrk , i halmei«. lasier.
Wilmington Michigan Motor l ar Co...
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1-ruck, Hup, nuise I m.-k. .VUtehell.
Delaware .Machine Work», ( mlillac.
Fo*- Hughe» Motor lar ( ompany. Gil
•pin avenue and Jackson street, Pierce A,
'ierce A Truck.
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TODAY'S EOOTBA 1.1. SHEBI'LE
Lafayette at Pennsylvania
Maine at Yale.
Bowdoin at Wesleyan.
Franklin and Marshall at Lehigh.
Dartmouth freshmen a» Exeter.
Butes at Harvard.
i New Hampshire al Tufts,
I Amherst "Aggies" at Holy Cross,
Obcrlln at Cornell,
i Rhode Island State at Brown,
Colby at Dartmouth,
| Vermont at Williams.
( Hamilton at Syracuse,
Amherst at Colgate.
Pittsburgh at Annapolis.
Vllianova at Swarthinore,
Fordham at Princeton.
Union at Rutgers.
Haverford at Delaware.
Worcester Academy va. Yale fresh
men. at Yale.
Boston College at Springfield.
Worcester "Poly" at Trinity.
Stevens at Wes« Point
Wesley vs. Pennsylvania freshmen,
at Pennsylvania.
^Muhlenberg at Now York Unlver
TO PRESENT "DISTRICT SCHOOL.
The "Old Distriet School," a farce ini
two act*. Will be given for fhe benefit of
lx)\v er Brandywine C hurch organ fund
in the hall at Talleyville on \v-.i-—
W*.h*r
».»me-«
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BROWNSON LIBRARY m
SPOTLIGHTS
By the "nr l'nm>spai4esl
The Honorable J. ,1. Farley hn**<i
turned from aa extensive lour
country in the interest of
Suffrage. _
1 lie Brown -»hi basketball league . •
in liking great progress and
•eason in a few weeks. AH
if the
Women's
ill o|i»n,*jU
Clutters «'J
who ar« signed up
port for practice a«
Captain lohn Markins
not king but Ins team to
ing bee mi
Hill Mudd»
nothing to
Eddie Mu Hierin,
w Hill
mi Ito id*
j|
►on il«» possible. -s
there* i* -V
in that »pell
IMofnlay night, but Captain '
N«v. miy, l'aufme»
it but the shield »tea.*
""j*
HHV» ;
11" dnniinit ive for
i»f the IV I*. A. .Midgets last
sea
«un. will again give a démonstration of
hit great I mini
■ rk tbit fall.
All member» mi* requested 1
the meeting Muntlsv
lie Tat I
•nmg al, 8 i
t ini port a b ce 1
o clock. a« bntinets of **|
ill he tin H», in* ed.
t
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BASEBALL
Miiiniona >•»!%» »in)
i«i»nip.
.
..
* lim bing vvJ
inii rlluialc A nnit..;*- «
■ ikI door *t*Mi il
done ye*.
terday, but
one yet to eliintp Ibe
in foi keeps.
tin
III. i
I be eitiini nt »- nte nt,*
tide-d.'Wn <liil>ii|i<ni«bi|i «re
Hie A mikt look up with fh
»•mil! let lay -ml ibe ll.«WM|
u.Ttl for h ginnt with Clevulanit
I be ffti- j
u w fifth
Atbleh*-» i
* f*n
:;1
l.eomiid belli \\ Ii-biiiflon to two Hi>v
■ .it: i
and «hill tbem out
Hlbe ,1r«t J
ml milled I* with pin* n by
he wml reneh of {bw
0(l j,| ,
V
'
f
! _
1 Vsmnitz i nd > Finmran f«r WG. 1
;(ri , n i(1 die lii«t •■am* of the dWÀ jl
, | ( | t , |, PU *1rt
i . ( *,
i,
I
-aIciv
•X.«
\\ Ik»» «;
tlu'irliv <*lv rn
< I fill III I \»i| * ini *»'<• j- it»'ll uf njy
11» * i ii|* t«» I Im* \M«v tin* !«>)»':
fllilNf flu »iijfli «Im* lilt' N'.ij»- \i *11
iv I in (liiul i »Ian*.
ff*» I
- 1 * * j lu ll hi- iwribit (*iii !
.1 . » t the -cv.iu.) dim- 3
»it II YH»
Balti- I vom l'sik i "tv* i -,
li .ii'l yu mc- ... the Brooklyn UortgcW.
enough- tu Ï
George Stalling
to UniMi «1 t be b
tin* Vilb.icil l.o i g lie
ii III
Bo-(nt. Brave« w
The tivu vii-tiiiie« vvi
liv- BrvHil.lva (rom any tmliter ar
incut.
n Brook Fv-s,
'intiercil itmt the De*l(i|'
i- Innig mi In the leider« enrlv in tint
Nnw (hey CniUh- in sixtti jvl.u+v
The outcome i*> a t rugcvlv
a« it insv tic renn
t*-d foi .1 home rud,
Bara» r"lir,r' t>-*l —*
Fldcbei
"1111111
ami «ingle.
|. Hilde« Hill I
Merkh- i)n*l
»ingle.
Dovle «.re the only regular* pliijiiig Wj
I lull gam*' »bo failed in lut -iih-iy^
Ich -I •ii*-*-.
■ uliir - in (J*C r*
»«A i
( minie Mack u«e<l hi» n*
ngiiin«( the Yanked
[ttiev drove .Hit fifteen hit« for thirteen
tlr« I
run«.
At
i led for
F. Mmphv and t ullin« '"ii
oikI Murphy <lrev
(Hdring ilrcv
llciiie Bun" Baker
ithonl
( w n -*i|l
a duilM«
veut
home run»,
igle« on the -id*-,
and single,
(through the
jvva« the «inly
lie
:i lilt.
I Hi
• »«» tin» full
uuir
Irotil«* u it It*Mil i*«>i»in
to
HIGH IS SWAMPED
THIS TIME 40-7
Wilmington
'T\ .* T,
Anhenbiuk . I. t.
Harringt. « . I g .<T.«...Wr<
M,dork i tidal« .. *. V.*gw
Dnratcin r g ...... D '"mi;
Wilson . r I. '
î'""" , 1' J,. D.-vifl
^.,'V.cri V / : : J I. h. b B-.lcV
... • !i h n< i< •
Gibn.-v f. U ••• •*
K.-fcrcc - Dcnnismi. I nipirc—David
w hich Hfl*
out '-ll*««l*V
In .1 looo-lv fila Veil -Jiim
^SÊgÊÊmamsmmm ^
■the I nitial High School ol l'iiiladelpiii a
I foot.
aftir
• in
High h
»wept the VVilminglv
liait team off it»
noon bv a
a*
feet ve-terdav
It III to (.
* »lit VV ni ;lic*I .111*1 out pkvjf
were hoiH-le el'
*t *•
The (Junker
ed <h>- local 'hoys, who
I'trr 4 Im* fe
i nut er» ' St
lieateu
play.
arouii*l
(plays,
.
»su**
v vyi
Ihr IMiitmlrlphiii
\\ ilminiriouV
and »hol thtroilgh the line whwt
lilt line mixing hft
lor l*>t«i
gum»
(ever their uiiarte
■till succeed in «ei
*.f the lir»t half.
The loi-til Ian
lb
in tin* In.-t part
line-up:
■ u S j
. U. Voiç.j
. lav I Of
nil.
TOIIAVS' baseball chances
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadelphia at New York. Clear, tW«t
game*.
Brooklyn al Boston,. dowdy, two
game». a
I'itt burgh at * Imago, eloar.
( incuimiti at St. Louis, clear.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York al Philadelphia, clear. *
Boston at Washington, clear.
Chicago at Detroit, clear, two game«.
Nt. Louis at Ulevebutd, denr," tiyo
games.
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Doctors Endorse
If ?»« did not believe doctors endorsed
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for cough* and
cold*, we would not offer It to you.
Sold for TO year*.
_ JO A-w Oo.
A»k Your Doctor.
LomII. a***»
LozlCT, SteVCnS"
Duryca and Buick
Wilminiion Automobile Cé.1
221 West TfBlh Sirf*L

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