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W CZ5ANN ON AJmOTTKCED. Back la Moved to Left End on Methodist Team ? Hard-fought Contest Sxp?Ot?d. WESL.EYAX? OAVIS-ELKINS? Beck. le. ...2 16S Outright. Ic..3 145 Clark, It ...I D>t May. Cp. It.. 4 1S5 Wagner. lg.2 ITS Fish. lg 1 165 Allen, c ....4 173 Daetwyler c 2 155 Vance, rg ..3 1**1 IV'einicr, rg ..3 165 Taylor. rf'..l 18$ riek'r'g. rt...3 16X Blake, re ...2 156 Oawson. re- ..t 145 Miller. Cp Qb 4 144 Core, qb .'...2 155 Shum'k'r, rh 4 154 Speicher, rh 1 150 Boss, lh ....I 14$ flint, lh ....2 155 Roberts, fb.l 171 Willison,. fb. . 1 160 Figures denote weight of player and number of years on team. BUCKHANNON*. W. YA? Sept. 22? The above is the probable lineup of "Wesleyan and Davls-Elkins in the in itial clash of the football season here tomorrow afternoon at 3:45. Coach Mullinex and Coach Ncale would4 not ?ay that this lineup was definitely de cided upon, but barring injuries that may keep some of tho.so named out and the recovery of some who are not count ed upon as being able to play, the abovo will be correct. Morrison, Varsity end here is suffering with a slight injury as is Harris, but both these men may play a part of Saturday's game. The moving of Beck to end in this lineup Is an un expected move and the decision to use Kelcel Ross, the All-Star High school halfback from the local hish school in 3015, is also a surprise. Clark. Taylor. Roberts and Ross are the only men who will start against D. & E. who have not had previous experience at "Wes leyan. Henryetta. Neale, Esehappat. Glen. Merideth, Grimm, Fisher, and "Ward of the new men will all likely get called into the game before its close and Ressegjrer. Jacobs. C. Smith. Deem. Garrett, Curtis, Harrison. E. Smith and Harvey of last year's veter ans will certainly be used before the game has gone far. The officials who have been agreed upon are B. F. Better of Marietta Col elge. Referee: and Boyd Carter of West Virginia University, as Umpire. No head linesman has as yet been agreed upon but one will be seelcted from the local talent. ' WHO THEY PLAY TODAY AND WHERE ! ? ? $> Bucknell University vs. Bloomsburg Normal, at Lewisburg, Pa. Dartmouth vs. Now Hampshire State, at Hanover, N. H. Georgetown vs. Randolph-Macon, at Washington. D. C Harv&rd vs. Colby at Cambridge. Holy Cross vs. Connecticut Aggies at Worcester, Mass. Bowdoin vs. Mlddlebury College, at l?iddlebury, Vt. Pennsylvania State College vs. Sus quehanna University, at State College, Pa. Renasselcar Polytechnic Institute vs. Clarkson College, at Troy, N. Y. Rutgers College vs. Albright Collegt, at New Brunswick. N. J. Washington & Jefferson ve. Bethany College^ at Washington. Pa. West Virginia Wesleyan vs. Davis and Elktns College, at Buckhannon. SHE'S ON TODAY , Bcholastio Pootball Season Off with a Stub This Afternoon at Bellaire Ball Park. Scholastic football for the Wheeling district will be opened this afternoon when Bellaire and Bridgeport High school football teams play in the open ing game at the Bellaire Ball park. The familiar thud of the cleated shoes against a highly inflated pigskin will not prove uninteresting to a number of the fans of the gridiron sport. Bel laire has a heavy team and should win the same this afternoon. Bridgeport, handicapped by the lack of material, will nevertheless put up a hard flght, and speed may be victor over weight. PITT GR1DERS END TRAINING AT CAMP HAMILTON YESTERDAY PITTSBURGH. Pa., Sept. 22.? The preliminary training season for the Uni versity of Pittsburgh gridiron conting ent, which began on September 6th, was brought to a closo to-day, when camp was broken mid the players left Camp Hamilton for Pittsburgh, in order to be settled In their permanent quarters by the time recitations begin, Monday next. During the two weeks remaining before the opening of the season, on Octobor 7th. practice will be continued at Trees Stadium and at Forbes Field. Couch Kerr's freshman squad was call ed ou: on the 20th. and a very capable group of players, many with excellent records from high or preparatory school teams, responded. In addition to tlie eight or nine men who enjoyed the ben efits of the training at Camp Hamilton, with the varsity, there are several play ers of unusual promise in the class who first reported In Pittsburgh when the call tor candidates went out. and from present Indications the freshman team will be fast and well balanced. The final game of the season .that with tho Penn State Freshmen is looked upon as the most important, and marks the beginning of athletic relations of this nature between the two big Pennsylva nia universities. Developments during teh first two weeks of varsity practice Indicate that the Panther lineup will include as first string men at least seven or eight of the stars of last year's eleven, the gaps caused by graduation and ineligibility being filled by second string players of the 1915 organization. The teutn will probably carry about as much weight as last year's, and it is not believed that there will be any falling off in speed. Those who have watched Warner's men in the early season scrimmages are con fident that the great coach will present a machine the equal of the 1915 cham pions. Players who are showing excep tional form are Thornhill, the crack tackle: Herron and Carlson, ends, and McLaren, who is playing a great game at fullback. Sies. one of the biggest men on the squad, is being used at quar ter. and has a strong asset in his punt ins. SEVERAL COLLEGES IN EAST Will OPEN FOOT BALL SCHEDULE TODAr NEW YORK, Sept. 22? The iniLial games of the eastern football season of 1916 will be played on college grid irons tomorrow when scattering con tests are staged from Maine to Mary land. Only two of tho leading teams of last year will make their debut this Saturday. Harvard opens against Colby, which scored a touchdown on the Crim son last autumn, and Dartmouth plays New Hampshire State, a new comer on the Hanover team's schedule. The other big teams of the section, including Tale. Pennsylvania, Cornell and Princeton, have selected later dates for their opening skirmishes, although a majority are already well advanced in practice routine and could enter the football arena tomorrow if the coaches demanded. So far as it is possible to forecast the results of the games scheduled, none should develop play much harder than the average daily practice now being held on leading var sity fields. The majority of the elevens which have established football reputations of high degree are not called upon tomor row to face opponents which are likely to test their playing strength to any great extent. Harvard. Dartmouth, Rut gers. Georgetown. Washington & Jef ferson. Pennsylvania State and Bu '-k ness are expected to emerge with sub stantial scores in their favor. Ne mstter where ycm five yoor <hrog?rt bat S. S. S. eafcb rfkdves, and w? ttcgcnily ?Mn ym t&hmt accepting any wwwko maamme for us grand m rm4r> Tka *Mwt tahahitast en rwl mmmc tha Wnrtiilii of S-SA. ?ba ha waa ? child. 13J. U PURELY VBOCTABLS ?U t?lalin so totearal in ArcTtuhfa to th* moat cWlcato Any Bltod or 9kta Joaaa jWd? to th? aAcacy ?f S-SJL Catarrh. Rhavmatlam, Erwma. Blood PotaaM, Malaria, trm mmong yUUmt aUm?to titia madicin# helps tha Weed axptm** from tha knaa ?y?t*ni_ BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES an abaoat withoot sambar. ??? a?*laet tha aUfhtaat aytaptm. Wrlta ?r M?*ril Adviwr O^tftotit lor ftraa adrica, Umi THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, 171 Swift Ga. THE OREL AT NATIONAL BLOOD PURIFIER VISIT THE ACORN DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALL BRANDS OF GINGER ALES | AND TABLE WATERS : : gam Ungerieider, President ? Rudolph Schafer, Sec?y and Treas. MBBilS MAU IT THKEE STRAIGHT FKOU OJURSOTAXS BY FEIE HITTING Chune 3>evelop?d Into Faroe? Phillies Take Pirate* ? Giants Make It 17 Straight ? Braves IiOse. BROOKLYN, Sept. ' 22? Brooklyn made It thre straight from St. Louis by winning the last game of tho final ser ies between the two clubs today, 11 to 1. The season's record between the clubs Is: Brooklyn 16; St. Louis 7. The contest was a farce because of the free hitting of the league loaders and Meadows' wlldness. Warniouth pitched the last two Innings and yielded eight hits and four runs. Marquard toyed with the visitors. In the lust inn ing, Bohne walked, was allowed to steal second and third and scored on Horns by's Bingle. In the eighth inning John ston stole second and third and scored on a double steal with Hickman. .Score: St. iKrale B. R. II. O. A. E Betzol. 2b 4 0 0*5 2 0 Brottem, c 0 0 0 1 0 u GonzaJcs, c 3 0 t) 4 4 0 Stewart, 2b 1 0 " 1 1 I J. Miller, ss .... 3 0 0 l ?> o Bohne, ss 0 1 0 0 I 0 bong, rf 4 0 2 1 0 1 Hornsby. 3b .... 3 0 2 I 4 0 Bescher, If 4 o 0 .5 0 0 Butler, cf . . . ? . 4 0 0 0 0 Snyder, lb 3 0 2 8 0 0 Meadows, p....l 0 0 0 2 1 Warniouth, p ? . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ...... 31 1 6 24 19 3 Brooklyn B. F!. II. O. A. E Johnston, cf-rf .6 2 3 0 u 0 Get*. 3b 0 " ^ ^ ^ Daubert. lb .... 3 2 10 t: 0 Hickman, cf 0 1 " u " f| Stengel, rf 4 2 2 !> 0 Nixon, If 2 " - 0 0 U, .Merkle, If- lb ... 5 u 1 4 0 W, Cutshaw, 2b .... 4 2 2 3 l| U Alowrey. 3b 4 1 3 1 b l L. Miller, rf 1 ? 0 ? " Olson, ss ....... 5 0 2 4 4 l' 0 2 4 2 0 Meyers, c . Wheat, arquard, Totals ...... 40 11 IS 2 M. Wheat, o .... 0 0 0 1 0 Marquard, p .... 4 u 0 0 4 St Louis 000 000 001? 1 Brooklyn oil) 024 22x 11 Two base hits ? Hornsby. Snyder, Mowrey, Olson. Cutshaw. Stolen buses ? Bohn 2; Hornsby 2; Johnston a, .Mey ers, Cutshaw. Hickman. Sacrifice hits ? Meadows, Mowrey, Daubert. Double play ? Bohne, Stewart and Snyder. Base on balls ? off Meadows 6: Warmoutli 1 ; Marquard 2. Struck out ? by Meadows 1; War mouth 1; Marquard 5. Hits and! earned runs ? off Meadows 11 in 6; War mouth S and 3 in 2; .Marquard 1 run. Left on bases ? St. Louis 6; Brooklyn] 16. Hit by pitcher ? by Meadows tCut shaw); by Warmouth (Merkle). Um pires ? Klein and Einslie. Time ? 2 hours GIANTS MAKE IT SEVENTEEN NEW YORK, Sept. 22 ? New York to j day equalled its strain winning streak 1 of last May, defeat!," Chicago 5 to 0. 1 and scoring its seve.jf .-nth consecutive j victory. In addition .lie Giants mailr .a clean swvp ot' tht ^hicago series. Sail'.-e, who had been ill fur several j .weeks, shut out Chicago with sev-Mi 'scattered hits. Perry, a southern as- 1 soeiation recruit, was hit hard by. New Y ork. K. II. K Chicago (Mm (KM.) iiiiii ? i> 7 2 New Ycrk 002 !?1 H'x ? 0 la ?? Perry, Pendergast and Wilson; Sallee and Karlden. Kocher. B KATES DROP ANOTHER BOSTON, .Sept. 22 ? Cincinnati made a clean sweep on 1 If three* same series with Boston, taking the final game k to 5 today. Nehf was hit hard and was poorly supported. Three double plays by Cincinnati cut short Boston rallies. Score: 1 It. II. K [Cincinnati J " " 4iui ? s 13 2 ! Boston 10V 020 ui>2 ? -5 !? i'i j Knetzer and Htihn; Nehf and Black j burn. PHTLItXES TAKE PIRATES PHILADELPHIA. S<q>t. 22? l?hi|,ad?*l- ! phia today made good use of near all I its hits and took advantage of i'ltts-j burgh's errors and won 7 to 4. The vis itors outbatted the home t<*am. by a big j margin, but had fourteen men. lel't 011 tiie bases as against two for l'hiladel rlt$??w?a>vans was knocked off tin- rub-1 beSS&fl the first inning and .Harmon! who was ulso hit hard, was relieved by i Jacobs in the eighth inning. Score: . It. 11. Hi Pittsburgh 000 010 111 ? ^ 15 2] Philadelphia 2"M? 03 1 lOx? 7 10 0 Evans, Harinoii, Jacobs and Fischer-' Mager and Killit'er. | HOW THEY STAND ] NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. Philadelphia 7: Pittsburgh. 4. Brooklyn, 11; St. Louis 1. New York. 5: Chicago, 0. Cincinnati. 8: Boston, The Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Brooklyn 86 55 .610, Philadelphia .... S> r.7 .503 1 Boston 7S 5S .574 New York 76 K2 .551 Pittsburgh S5 8n .44S Chicago . ... 63 82 .43.?! St. Louis 6' 1 85 .414 Cincinnati 57 89 .300 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. Boston, 4; Cleveland, 1. Detroit, 6; Washington. S. St. Louis, 6; Philadelphia. 3. Chicago, 6: New Y'ork, 3. Won. Lost. Pet. Boston ?... 85 5!) . n!'Q Chicago 81 63 .-.71 Detroit 84 ?4 .563 St. Louis 76 71 ,517 New York ....? 73 60 .514 Cleveland 75 71 .514 Washington ...... 70 71 .497 Philadelphia .... 32 110 .225 1 DAVE says: This is the first day of Au- 1 tumn, an appropriate day for vou to select vour new KRAUS FALL SUIT Autumn colors are radiant j but in satisfying effective ness they are unable to sur pass quiet and dignified suit ings that we are showing, j One special suit, a pinch- j back, with narrow pleats1 above the belt, will especial-! Iv please the young men. It! comes in blues, greens and; browns, and is a special at j ?20.00. Other suits priced from $15.00 to ?30.00. Weather for to-day: Fair. EXCITING RICES ON THE COLUMBUS GRAND CIRCUIT COLUMBUS. O.. Sept. 22.? Though there were but three class races on this afternoon's program of Grand Circuit racing:, it was impossible to finish one of th'.' events, as rain put the track out of condition when some of the interested drivers were asking that the sundown rule be observed and that the sixth' heat of the 2:0G pace be deferred. The shower cut short the discussion aud the race, in which Juuge Ormonde and Barlight each have two heats, will be icsumed to-mor row afternoon. The race was fought in the ihird heat. Barlight had won the first i wo from Auto Zombro before the judges took a hand. Prior to the third mile they put Dick McXlahon up behind Auto Zombro and warned Valentino that he. must try with Judge Ormonde. Auto Zombro broke and dropped out of tho fight that lasted to the very finish with Fred Russell. nosing out Judge Ormonde lu 2:03 1*. Barlight was a good third. Just as the finishing mark was passed. Valen: ino reached o/er and struck Snow, driver of Fred Russell, with his whip. SUMMARIES. 2:06 Class Pacing, 3 in 5, Purge $1,200. ClXniini*h?d.) Judge Ormonde, blk. h.,by Ormonde. (Valentine).. 7 8 2 1 1 Barlifehl. br. g.. by Hal Burke, (Mann) ? 1 1 3 4 3 Fred Russell, b. g.. by Little Frank (Snow) ? 6. 3 1 2 2 Tnto Zombro. b. h., (Loo mis-McMahon) 2 2 7 7 4 White Sox, b. m.,(Durfec) 4 5 6 3 ro Polly Ann b. m.. (H. Clark) 3 6 5 5 ro Thomas Earl, b. h.. (Alar hU 5 4 4 6 ro Altawood, g. m., (Murphy Wishart) 5 7 dis Time ? 2:01 & : 2:04%; 2:03!4; 2:04^; I 2:08 U. i 2:09 Class Trotting, 3 In 5, Pars* 91,200. j Pittsburgh, ch. g.. by Gen- 1 Athol, (Murphy) 1 16 5 1 l M. J.. b. g., by Redwill, (Leonard) 2 2 1 1 2 | McCloskey , br. g.. (Mc Donald) 4 6 2 2 4 The Proof, b. h.. (Spencer) 3 4 3 4 3 Kinviilo, blk. h.. (Tipling) 5 5 4 3 I'o I Polly T. b. m. (Garrison) 7 7 5 t> ro I Dick Watts. b. h.. (Rocmey) 6 3 dr Hazel Laing. ch. m., iMc I Donough) dis. I Time ? 2.08 '4 ; 2:0SVi; 2:09%; 2:09^; I 2:1". 2:18 Class Facing, 3 In 6, Purse $1,200. i Young Todd. b. h.. by Direc tor Todd, (Cox) X 1.7 1 1 Admiral Dewey, ,2nd, blk. h.. Admiral Dewey (Snow)... 2 2 12 Robert Frisco, br. g., (Cross man) 5 4 1 4 Queen Hnl, 10. m., (McPher son) . 3 3 3 3 Squaw Man, br. g? (A.Clark) 4 6 4 7 Miss Joan. b. m., (Hedrick). 6 7 5 5 Posey H.. b. m.. (Moberly).. 7 5 6 6 Jimmle E., br. g.. ( Valentine) dis. Time? 2:08 : 2:09 >4: 2:09 Vi; 2:08%. To Sat Becord for Pacing Team*, Driven toy Lady. Mr. Kin and Lady Fanchon, (Mien Bey crly) won. Time? 2:28 Vi. To Beat 2:13^ Trottlnf. Erda, br. m. by Zombro (Valentine) won Time ? 2:llfe. CLAY AND UNION TEAMS BATTLE TO A 6-6 TIE The 1916 football season was started yesterday afternoon when Clay and Union schools battled for one hour on the Tunnel Green grounds to a tie 6 ? 6. The feature of the game was the forty yard run of Norton of the Clay school for the only touchdown on the Clay school team, while Coxey of the Union ! school made the touchdown for his team. PLAY BENEFIT GAME Sunday afternoon, on the Tunnel Green, the Moose 67 and the Du quesne Club teams will play for the benefit of Joe Bliskle, center fielder of the team, who was injured In an accl I dent at the Wheeling Mold & Foundry ["Company. Burkhardt, Stump, Ed wards and Wagenheim "will work for the Moose, while Pearly, Neuhardt and Welch will go on the mound for the Duquesne team. LAST CHANCE TO GET THEM FOR HALF PRICE $20 SLITS $ 10 M A CLOSES TO-NIGHT At 9 o'clock. You must get your order in before that time to buy these clothes at $10, S15 and $20. ^wrw-Tr MADE TO ORDER trum Tf M0i:SSM-5 120 Don't miss your chance to get the best tailor-made Sulta at the greatest reduction? of the year. No more at half price after this sale ends. ...j kinds of fine woolens, including many medium-weights for Autumn, to bo closed out, Laat call. Give us your order today. MORTON C. STOUT & CO. TAILORS. P. J. BALL, Manager. At the Corner 11th and Main Sts. WIN PITCHEB'S BATTLE rBOM IN DIANS AND TIGHTEN SOLS ON LEAD. Tigers Win Belated Victory from Sea atora ? Brovm.3 Take Athletics? SOjc Trim YanJfceoa. CLEVELAND^ OHIO, Sept. 22? Bos ton won -1 to 1 today from Cleveland, in a pitchers' battle bet%veen Shore and Bagby. the former allowing but three liils while only five were made off Bag I'.v. Only one hit of the eight registered by the two teams was wasted. Boston scored two in the second on Hohlitzel's double. Wambsganss error, Lewis' sin gle and Cady's triple and two more in the ninth on singles by Hooper and Shorten, sacrifices by Janvrin, and Hob lit zel and Lewis sacrifice fly. Clcve land's only run cameras the re sult of Speaker's hit and steal and Roth's single. Score: Cleveland. B. R. H. O. A. E. Graney. If. 3 0 0 6 0 0 Karbare, 3b . . _ 4 0 0 2 2 0 Speaker, cf .... 4 1 1 2 0 0 Roth, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Wambsganss, ss 4 0 0 0 4 1 Gawlil, lb 4 0 0 12 1 0 Turner, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 0 Deberry, c 2 0 1 3 0 0 O'Xeill, c 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bagby, p ...... 2 0 0 1 2 0 Allison, x ...... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 X 3 37 12 1 Boston. B. R. H. O. A- E. Hooper, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .Tanvrin, 2b 3 0 0 2 6 0 Shorten, cf 4 1 1 1 0 0 Hoblltzel. lb .. 3 1 1 16 0 0 Lewis. If .. 3 1110 0 Gardner, 3b ..._ 4 0 0 0 4 0 Oady, c . . 3 0 1 5 0 0 Scott, ss ........ 3 0 0 1 4 0 Shore, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 30 4 5 27 17 0 X ? Batted for Deberry in 8 th. Boston ?.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 ? 4 Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ? 1 Two baso hit ? Hoblltzel. Throe base hit ? Cady. Stolen bases ? Speaker, Roth. Sacrifice hits ? Bagby, Janvrin. Hobllt zel. Sacrifice fly ? Lewis. xxsft on bases ? Cleveland 5; Boston 2. Base on balls ? off Shore 2. Hits and earned runs? off Bagby 5 and 3 In 9; off Shore 3 and none in 9. Struck out ? by Bagby 1: Shore 4. Umpires ? O'Loughlin and Nallin. Time? 1:35. TXGEBS DO-fcTT..?*- \TOBS. DETROIT, Sept 22j|?- t broke Its losing streak today, defS$j&>; Washing ton 6 to 6. Thomas, leftl%> led recruit pitcher from Dcs Moines ,'UV.s effective against the home team untirlhe seventh fnning after which Dertoit hit Mm freely, three triples and a home run be ing among the safeties made. Ayers relieved him in the 9th with the bases filled and nono out. Vltt hit the first ball Ayers pitched for a single. scorlDg the tying and winning runs. Score: R. H E Washington 00011102 0?5 10* 1 Detroit 00000022 2 ? 6 9 3 Thomas, Ayers and Henry: Mitchell, Boland, Cunningham and Stanage. WHITE SOX TAKE YANKEE. CHICAGO, Sept. 22? Chicago bunched hits off Mogrldge today and won the first game of the farewell 6eries with New York 6 to 3. Cicotte was hit hard but tightened up in the pinches. The locals failed to gain on the world's champions today but remained in the pennant race. They still are 2V? games behind the leaders. Score: RUE. New York ..1 0016010 0?3 'it' 1 Chicago ..310001100 x? 6 12 3 Mogridge, Fisher and Alexander; Ci cotte, and Schalk, Lapp. ATHLETICS LOST. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 22? St. Louis rallied in the eighth today, scoring four runs, beating Philadelphia 6 to 3, and moved into fifth place, Cleveland having lost to Boston. Score: R XT E Philadelphia 06012000 0? 3 10' 0 St. Louis ..0 0 0 1 0.1 0 4 x? fi 8 2 Myers and Haley; Plank and Hale. BETHANY OPENS WITH W.&J.THIS AFTERNOON BETHANY, W. VA, Sept. 22? The drizzling rain did not stop Coach Hey men. this afternoon and as the last preparation for the game with "Washing ton and Jefferson collogo tomorrow af ternoon, ho put his warriors through light signal practice. The team will leave for Washington from the Wheel ing station at 10:20 tomorrow morning over the B. & O., and will be accom panied by a large crowd of students. At a meeting held here tonight .prepara tions for giving the team a royal send off in the morning were completed. The following players will be included in the lineup starting the game: Tyloock, le; Rosenberg, It; Kenny, lg; Rider, c; Johnson, rg; Heyburn, rt; Ranye, re; Artman, qb; Goodyear, rh; Burgan, ih; and Elder, rb. Washington and Jefferson's lineup ] which was received here last night will probably be: Whltehill, le; Carroll, It; Wimberly, lg; Guy, o; Straw, rg; Henry, rt; Tressell, re; Stabbe, qb; Fiber, Ih; Gurley-Ruble, rh; and McCreight, fb. BOWLING t STtuM* 3>uck Pin League. Neverwtv*. 1st. 2nd. 8rd. Tls. Welsgerber ? . ...... ... 124 124 137 385 Short ...... 129 129 131 389 White .. 133 150 128 411 Totals 386 403 396 1185 Eagle A. Club. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Tls. Boshart 98 141 92 331 Nelson 123 102 119 244 P.eislnger 130 145 139 414 1 Totals ..._ 351 388 S50 1089 To-night: Open games. OAEEOLL CLUB DUCK FUST LEAGUE | Thursday Night XokOmo* 1st 2nd 3rd Tol. Brad 127 118 89 334 Hell - 91 S3 87 261 FltZ . 114 97 110 321 Totals 332 298 286 916 Edgwooda 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Tol. Scharf - S7 91 89 267. O'Neill 90 72 85 247 Whyte , . , -- T- 114 137 93 346 Totals ........ 291 300 269 860 Friday Night Xlokapoos 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Tol. Werner 120 63 106 289 Hlrt 81 78 101 260 Blschof 103 104 82 289 Totals ? . . ? . ? 304 245 289 838 Alhambras 1st 2nd. 3rd. Tol. Lally 93 89 123 305 Bonne 101 89 72 262 Mull 140 91 121 352 Totals 334 269 316 919 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville: R- H. F. j Columbus * 2 j 3 Louisville ~ 3 5 - , Dickerson and Lalonge4, Stroud ana | Billings. At Toledo. Toledo- Indianapolis game postpone*, rain. Two games to-morrow. At Milwaukee: R- "? St. Paul ' 1 Milwaukee _? h 0 1 Upham and Clemons, Mayer; Donovan | and Dilhoefer. TT At Kansas City: R Minneapolis * r; - Kansas City ? ? J , Durriont and Owens; Sanders and Ha.-| grave. MOOSE WANTS GAME. Thi-. Moose Pool Koom fool nail team would like to arrange a game lor the first of October on the home grounds. Answer through this paper. The Lafferty and the Belmont teams will play in the last baseball gamf> of the season Sunday afternoon at ta!-| fertv. Here's Another ? Special United' ? Design For Fall I This three button, | peaked lapel, soft | roll sack is full of|? appeal to men who' 'f| like a dash of snap | and spirit in theatif clothes. % ?j Of course we taii-J p or the details as||g you want them^p Thaf s the advant-iJI ?? age of having your |g garments tailored 1 by the "UNITED". ?j ESTABLISHED All Suits All Overcoats MADE TO v ORDER No Morf No Leis'j TO FIT ?>r COAT AND TROUSERS $15 The United Woolen Mills Co. W. A. HERSCH, President 1122 Market Street (2 Doors above Victoria Theater.) Also 3324 Belmont St., Bellaire, 0. . -r-M ?? 'braves are now OUT OF THE RACE CHICAGO. Sept. 22.? Today's results in tho National league Just about sound ed the death knell of whatever slim hopes Boston had of winning the pen nant. Tho Club's representatives lost , while Brooklyn and Philadelphia won I and Boston now is five and one half \ < whole games behind the leaders ? a mar- ] J gin practically impossible to overcome I in thp seventeen games Stallings has yet I to play. Brooklyn is two and a haJf games ahead of Philadelphia. The | standing: j Won. Lost. Pet. Brooklyn ...... 86 65 .60999 Philadelphia .... 83 67 .59286 I Boston 78 58 .57353 All three leaders won in the Amer ican league and their relative standing remained the same ? Bocton in first place two and a half games ahead of Chicago with Detroit In third place three games behind the champions. The standing: Won. Lost. Pet. Boston , 85 59 .69021 Chicago ......... 84 63 .57144 Detroit 84 64 .56756 SMALL FIELD FOR >f THE LOUISVILLE OI? LOr- 7ILLE, KT., Sept. 22? One of-" th*1 smallest though probably the best, field which has faced the barrier sincc the inauguration of that event will start in the fourth renewal of the Louisville^; I cup for three year olds and upward, ?t '? two miles ,at Douglus Park, here tomorr' row. . Of the twenty-four horses nominated', for this event not more than six afev expected to go t>\ the post, of which.'-ttj* Is possible three will be from the stablr*: of A. K. Macomber. The Macomber tUgs gibles are Star Hawk, Dodge and HaaltV O'Day. Star Hawk appears to be the public choice and probably will go to the pout an odds on favorite. Among the expected to start are Klllanna, broidery and Waterwltch. The Lout???.; ville cup is worth about $4,000, and the richest event of the fall season'Sip Douglas Park. In addition a handsome silver trophy goes to the winner. 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