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Friday, si:in;Mni:n 10, 10'ir, THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. ems beat SOX AGAIN Si SHUN LftSTT HUKG Knock Russell Off Slab in the Fourth Inning, Getting Four Runs Maisel Plays Stellar Game. York i 1 M.th retained its one point hoi d on place Thursday by -feating hi in the third am.- . f the series by a. hcora of 0 to Tin- game was won in the fourth inning, when tin- locals f-coroil four runs., and rirovo Kusll off the slab. Three pas-ex. singles by IMaisei and Holden and errors by Ber ber and Russell a -counted for the t.lllif-3. Kd Walsh pitched the l:-t four in nings for Chieasco. It was th first time he had app'-ired in the box in two months. He puf a good account of himself, New York counting only once off him. In th- seventh Will iams singled, tool third on an in field out .and s-enred on Giihooley'.s single. McIInle pitched a steady game for New York and kept Chicago's hits Flattered. V.'f-uvcr scrcil in the first when he doubled, fol; third on an in field out. n n c 1 made a cb an steal of luiin. Collins ov.r.t'-d in the fourth on n pa??, Chase's sacrifice and 'h;t poll's double. Collins m!m scored in the sixth. After forcing Lord he went to second on Chase's out. and scored n Rodle's single. Mnisei in five times tip. hit a double and time singles and drew a pass. He abo stole two buses. Chicago ioo lii Mm ? :: New York 1"0 4 u 0 10 6 lo o RussMl, "Walsh and Kasterly; Mr Hale and Gorett. Umpire:-. Connol ly and O'Loughlin. THE TRANSPARENT SKIRTS MAKE THINGS UNCOMFORTABLE FOR OTHERS BESIDES THOSE THAT WEAR THEM By Goldberg. ' 7-. ft 1 VHtK l f coop: r- cr O.NJLY I CAKi'T CAUGHT KGG 'STRAIGHT AVb, JULIUS- THE SUAJ mASaJ T X For p mimjtc-- J i u;eMr to '4 V. IS Trili Trie . JVTHrZR UEAu -CAM YCU ARRNJGe CO HAVe UL - 7 JS. cruel SVT' SrFE ST THG TRAMS' - PARJSKT SKIRTS Tfe LKM?- ToSTS M TbuiJ ' Is 53 e o mm 1 It MACKS HELD TO FOUR HITS LOSE TO BROWNS, .IpT-W-K-RAY BeCOM POPULAR. COaJSQvAti yvJOMGM JILL rAviE TO H.escT to exTRac M&THO,S To Ttte cml ajay to 9jeoT A eioT im Tne sxTeer. iA'VCmiz Sliwts Out Philadelphia Graff Makes (lornl Start ! at Third. 0. rTTTT,ADETJUII.. .ept. 10. T.ey. f-renz held Philadelphia, to four scat tered hits here Thursdav and St. Touls won the pame hv hye tf noth Jnj?. I'attery and V.fldlnK errors hy Fhawkey and Sclian? Ka-f the isit cit their lirst two runs, while they bunched four hlt.s with a pass In the ninth and tallied three more runners. Craff. formerly of Illnfrhamton. X. Y matle a fine lmpres:'ioji at third hase, for St. Iouif. He fielded his po sition well and pot t singles and a pas In four trips to the plate. St. Louis ooo no no:jr i 1 Philadelphia . .ooo or.o 000- 0 ! 2 Levrmnz and MeAl lister: Nnwkoy nnri Schanp. Umpires lltldcbrand and l!jran. BOBBLES BY NAPS HELP RED SOX TO WIN BOSTON". Sept. 10. Hrrors hy Cleveland were largely responsible for Joston's five t four victory Thurs day. The lorals hunched hits during the sixth innincr and with the assist ance of a wild throw hy JeIhold, four runs crossed the plate. CMyelar.d made two runs in the seyenth. tyine; the score on four singles. lurinK Boston's half of the seyenth. with two out. Knle hit to Johnston, hut James failed to touch first base -when he took the toss. Knple start ed to steal and eorfinued to third on a wild throw hy Carisch. Liebold threw past third hase in an effort to fret the runner and the winning tally counted. Clevolund . ..ooo 101 mo 4 IT, A ItOFtOn "(" Oft 10 r, S 1 Cullop, James, Creirsr and Carisch. O'Neill ; Mosclf-y, Pedlent and Cad v. I'mpire Evans and Feisuson. n P DEWEY WINS HIGH MM Diincr mncTDniT UIIULMi ULiiEUii Syracuse Winner Repeats Tak ing Ten Thousand Dollar Stake From Field of Seven in 2:15 Trot. -mm H 4- r Dmilap and Stetson Hats n at i I! n fa A DETROIT. Mich.. Sept. 10. Lord Peuey, winner of the Empire State trot last week at Syracuse, captured his second '$10,000 race of the season Thursday, when he took the Michi gan stake for 2:l.r trotters, at the Crand circuit races from a field of scyen in straight heats. His victory was expected. So was that of Frank Hojrash. jr.. in the 2:12 pace, with its purse of S5,0u0. There were only four starters in the latter event, and the brown, freldinsr afrain proved himself to he the class of this season's irreen pacers. Eeata J., gen erally his closest rival, tried hard hut never seriously threatened. Six events were completed. This was made necessary hy the rain which curtailed Tuesday's program and postponed yesterday's card. OnLy one event the 2:20 pace went to the limit of five heats. Home Baush man. driven ly C.eers, finally won it. It was 'Jeers' first victory of the present meeting. The last heat was a strufrjrle between the bay colt and John H.. also winner of two heats, hut Cos horse weakened or the stretch and was passed hy Lord Se rnour. The 2:1." pace was a romp for Princes Margaret, the favorite, who was followed in each heat hy Zansi har. Dr. 1. P. and Jnes Gentry, of a field of ten, foupht a merry strtiK frle in l:0f. pace. The thirl lieat was the most thrilling of the day. Down the st retell, hunched, came seven of the horses. It appeared to he any hody's victory. Suddenly a streak of Krev flashed to the front, maintained her lead to the judges stand and won from Molly Darlinp. who just nosed out Jones Gentry. Loretta YY. had thinprs all. her own way in the three-year-old trot. She won two straight heats and in the second, fin ished more than two lengths ahead of Frisco Iad. In the $10,000 rate. Ileusens never threatened. Almost every time (Jeers attempted to drive him he hroke. Twice in the last heat, when it .ap peared as though he micht have a chance, he lost his stride. The first heat was the hardest fought hut in each of the three. Eord Pewey won with a mild drive. Six rates will probahly b run tomorrow, in an ef fort to hrinfr th' meeting to a cf- se. LEAGUE STANDINGS NATION Ali LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. New York 91 45 .6! Philadelphia SI 50 .8 ID Chicago 71 61 .307 Pittsburgh 7:J 6. .r,29 Brooklyn 5 8 73 .4 36 Boston 59 7 3 .4T.C Cincinnati 60 83 .420 St. Louis 4S 94 .."r,S AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia 90 49 .64S Cleveland S3 f9 .58 1 Washington SO 61 .567 Boston . 71 66 .51 R Chicago 73 71 .507 Detroit 62 79 .4 10 New York 51 8 7 .370 St. Louis 5,1 91 .36S AM El II CA N A SSOC I ATI ON. Minneapolis 92 63 .593 Milwaukee 90 65 .583 Columbus $7 67 .565 Louisville 86 6S .55S St. Paul 72 82 .467 Kansas Citv . 64 90 .415 Toledo 6 4 91 .412 Indianapolis 62 92 .09 Pans for Rube Goldberg To Win, Place and Show 11 ES V I iTS Y ESTE I U A Y. National League. Brooklyn. 2; Cincinnati. 3. Boston. 0-3; Chicago. 3-0. No other games, rain. American League. Chicago, 3; New York. 6. Cleveland. 4; Boston, 5. St. Louis. 5; Philadelphia. 0. Detroit. 1; Washington, 6. American Association. Louisville, 1-1; Milwaukee, 0- 0. GAMES TODAY. National LcaRno. Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at St. Louis. American League. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Washington. Cleveland at Boston. American Association. Milwaukee at Columbus. Kansas City at Louisville. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. St. Paul at Toledo. HIGH CLASS GOLF MARKS START OF TOURNAMENT Eu;;lMi Professionals Take Lrad Giant Hay Turns in Kex'onl Card. ! i) SafoM Laatie for Women Ne.irlv evorv woman needs a siuxl laxative. 1 r. King's New Life Pills are good because they are prompt. and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of I.eadill. Tenn. says: "Dr. Nile's New Life Pills helped her foubles wreath". (Jet a box to-dv. Price. 2 5c. Recommended hy All Drtiizcists. Advt. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS "li URooivl.IXE, Ma5s., Sept. 19. Playing Rolf of a caliber seldom seen in America, two of the trio of English professionals forged to the front Thursday In the first half of the Nine teenth annual open tournament of the United .States Golf association and at dusk led bv a margin of two strokes. Harrv Yardon and Wilfrid Held turn ed in cards of 147 for the first 56 holes, Edward Kay divided second place with Herbert Stromr. of the la wood club of Inwood. X. Y., each hav ing 149. McDonald Smith of New York, and J. H. Barnes of Tacuna, were bracketed hi third position xvith 150. Francis Ouimel, amateur, with a card of 151. placed him in a tie with (Willie Hagin. Alex Boss and George ' Sargent for fourth place. Louis? Tel- lier. the French professional, with took fifth place with C. D. Thorn, of Shinnecock Hills. Fred Herreshoff, the Long Island amateur. Jack Mc Dermott. present champion and Jack Hutchinson tied for sixth place with 15 3. while Jerome Travers, the anw teUr champion had to be satisfied with a card of 156. Edward Bay. the giant Englishman was the hero of the day's play, starting poorly on l is morning round, he came back with a really wonderful afternoon round in 70. breaking the course record and lifting ninth to second place. HY It. L. GOLDBERG. ITALY, en route to Naples. Sept. IS, As I find m.vself locked in the dust-covered compartment of an Ital ian day coach with three ferocious looking gentlemen who are continu ally exhaling hits of grand opera and garlic from the innermost depths of their fierce mustaches, I cannot help hut reproach myself with the thought that I once complained about the New York subway. Four times the conductor has look ed m in the eye and blurted out strange noises that I recognized as -extracts from table d'hote menus I had seen in the distant past. First I showed him my ticket, which he refused to accept. Then in turn I showed him my letter of credit, my Elks card. a:ul a hill from my tailor. Each time he pulled a tragic scc.no from one of his favorite operas, .and finally left me to con template the awful maps of my three companions. At this very moment they are finishing an Inoffensive bot tle of native chiantl and completely ignoring my presence. In self-defense I close my ryes and live over the few short days I spent in that place where so many Amer icans go and so few have the. will power to leave Paris. Ah. Paris! You ask, "Is the life as fast as they say ifvis?" "Are the chickens as stylish and alluring as they are -in the shows and fashion magazines?" "Do they drink as much wine in tho cafes as they do in New York?" "Do they ever go to bed over there?" Do the artist wear Windsor ties?" "Do the Apaches do anything else but hit each other in the jaw, etc, etc.?" You'ic Got to (Jo There to Appreciate It. The answers to all these questions are yes, no, maybe and it all depends. Paris happens to he one of those cities that cannot be thoroughly ap preciated from the window of a taxi cah. When you form an opinion about Providence. . T 15 after being minutes you There is only on the ground for know you're right. one opinion to form. But not so with Pari". lake all well-bred cities it shows visitors its best things last. The Pari: you see as you drive from the depot to your hotel is not Paris at all. It conveys the same Impression as an orchestra tuning up for a symphony. The man from Utica naturally says, 0 .-v ti 1 -Mi vx " v "' v v . . -v ' J ' T .V him from STR0NGHEARTS ELECT CAPTAIN AND MANAGER Members of the Strorrzheart football aggregation met on the Hospital field Tuesday evening and elerted J. La fortune captain fnr the season and W. J. Starck manager. With the s.piad now reduced to 2 2 members, and with regular practice on Tuesday and Friday evenings and on Sundav" mornings they expect to be in good shape for the opening game. The team will carry 1 men through the season. The opening game has not yet been arranged but Mcr. Starek is anxious to arrange a game with a fast team averaging 135 lbs. for the oneninc of the season. SeDt. 2. Mr. Starck may be found at 122 N. Hill st. . . it X - - . . - I. S "Our new posteffico at home has all theso buildings leat to death. There's more life around old Rufe Bingledorf's soda fountain than I can see. in this whole town. Guess I'll leave tonight for some town that has a good lively name like Dordrecht." All of which increases the percentage of live ones In Paris. I take this opportunity to say there are two men I intend to poison and push Into the river when I get hack to New York the one who said Europe can he seen for $500 and the other who said it is not necessary to speak any of the foreign languages abroad. ThI is Absolutely the Truth. The French taxlcah drivers not only can't speak English, hut they don't even know their own streets. The first thing to do when you get to Paris is to learn your address in French. tand before a mirror for t.n hour and yell it, whlspor it, mum ble it, sneeze it and sing it. Then walk four blocks away in any direc tion and ask a' taxi driver to take you home. If he understands you he. will take out a little hook and plunge into a half-hour of profound study, of course at your expense. "When he has learned his geography lesson, he will drive you around town for the fresh air and finally land jou at your door, feeling that you had mastered the French language, if not the French money. If he starts to wax his mustache and erase the dirt from his celluloid collar when you first address him. you know he doesn't get you. Walk hack home and polish up your French. As you drift over the Grand boule vard and the Hue de la Paix. and the Champs Elysees you wonder what all the musical comedy actors are doing on the streets. The whole place is alive with misfit soldiers who appear to have come from a rehearsal of one of Lew Fields' summer shows. The red uniforms and pushed-in caps look as if they had been wished on them hy their worst enemy. Their forlorn appearance makes you feel like starting a war of your own. You can't lose. Here and there you see a warrior who wears a 15 collar and walks as if he were not afraid of being hit. But upon close Inspection you discover that he is either minus a sock or say a clean shirt. We have been told that the gallant soldiers of the French republic receive the princely sum of three cents a day. If they don't spend their money on clothe, where do they spend it? The wild-eyed conductor is again glaring at me through the glass win dow in the door and I must prepare myself for another verbal attack. As soon as I find out what he wants I will give It to him and continue this letter with the kind permission of my three traveling companions, who are now gloating over the lifeless form of their dead Lottie of chianti. BOWLING SCORES. BS AND BOSTON SPLIT SHUTOUTS Leach arm' Pierce Win First Game, While Daring Base Running and Timely Hits Cop for Beaneaters. CHICAG. Sept. 1?. Oil rag. Boton divided honors T?iursla: home team shutting out the v three to nothing in the first while the score was rei rsd i a n l . th- gun." i th. ?erond. loach's hitting. base ning, and ability to wait at ta w-as responsible for the Foa!? win ning the first came behind Pierce's fine pitching. The i.dtors won th second game by daring base running and opportune hicir-.g. eoup-d with Chicago's errors. Pitcher ehrehan, formerly of the Torek. i dub f the Western league. j dried the Boston club Thursday, ard Pitcher Dowdey is expected to report tomorrow. First game: Boston "'" rif"" Chicago 10 1 nfu Tyler and I in rid en; Archer. Umpires Klem Second game: Boston 0 0.", O0h nee .1 Chicago . ...000 00m ikoi 0 r-oo 0 5 n 3 7 1 Pierce and and rth. SENATORS FIND BALL AGAIN AND BEAT TIGERS Recruit Pitchers Fail to Bother Washington Club, Which Wins 0 to 1. Studebakor League. nn;s W. K. Stud baker 13f AY. II. Stud'baker ISO Hohbs 122 Baab 1 J 3 Schafer Handicap . ... 1 25 Game Total SKEINS Hertel 170 Peterson 12.". O'Donnell 175 McCarty 16S LaPierre 141 Handicap 177 1 4S 1S1 171 169 1 4 .1 125 S4 5 'j 3 ' Game Total . . .954 lllk' Lea; CHARMS Hollowell 125 Horenn 142 Longshore 116 McCarty 137 Spohnholz 12(J Handicap . . . . 2"7 15S 1SS 1 P 1 R 5 15t 177 100 8 ;uo. 171 I2y ioo 147 139 147 155 1 29 122 ir,3 125 S4 1 1 5 7 137 15S 170 130 177 431 51G 4 22 434 44 5 375 2 3 2 3 4S5 44S 4 79 523 427 521 WASHINGTON. -Sept. 19. Wash ington emerged from a batting .slump Thursday and heat Detroit six to one. Manager Jennings used two of his recruit pitchers but neither of them seemed to b'Uher Washington. lien fer started and lasted six innings dur ing which time he was hit safely five times. He was wild and before he gave way to Harding five runs had crossed the plate. The latter held Washington to three hits, a triple and a doubie resulting In one. run in the eighth inning. Detroit could do little with Groom when runner were on the bases. Detroit 00 010 HQe 1 4 2 Washington ..230 000 01 0 Renfer, Harding and Gibson; Groom and Henry. Umpires Dincen and Sheridan. ON WAY EAST TO STUDY PHYSICAL TRAINING 929 2S91 i 1 30 15S 142 132 171 420 4 30 3G 4 4H 44G 711 COLONELS WIN AND TIE WITH BREWERS Game Total HOOFS Huber . ...... Albright . Parker . Olsen Achenhach . Handicap . Game Total FAWNS W. Miller . . . L. Miller Strayer , Average Staples , Handicap . . Totals TAILS Wallis Naftger Bonlne Average Xoggle, Handicap . . 8 84 929 9 70 2 7S3 140 18 3 118 133 129 213 113 142 9 7 141 129 213 119 1 59 12S 124 213 484 447 4 00 3S2 639 916 S35 S63 2614 14 1 8 2 16 9 181 20 3 127 17 3 10 5 154 183 IS 3 127 129 107 1 12 15S 1 5 6 127 446 294 4 33 524 5 42 3S1 904 927 8 9 26 2 0 154 133 153 177 143 12 3 146 16! 1 2 5 179 154 123 159 137 120 135 1GK 1 2 3 4 59 4 39 434 4 67 369 i George W . Cooper, formerly assist ant physical director at the . M. C. A., arrived in South Bend Thursday on his way to Springfield. Mass.. where ho will take up a course of physical training study. "Coop" has been spending ths month since his resignation went into effect Sept. 1 at his home in Mankot", Minn., and will .slay here until Sun day. Tlarold Keltner of this city will accompany him to Springfield. Kelt ner will take up a course, of study in general secretary work. J. B. Miller, physical director oj the Y., will preside as chairman of a session of the tate employe oili cials of the Y. M. O. A.s that meets at Bethany park, near Indianapolis, Saturday night. Sundav and Monday morning. Miller will preside over the session in physical training v:ii Monday morning. J. Quincy Ames, secretary of the local association, will also j reside at one of the sessions, probably Sunday. Russell Jontz, de; secretary, will accompany them on the trip to the conference. They will leave the city Friday night and re turn here Monday. Saturday after noon one of the features of the con ference will he held when the V. M. C. A. ' SecvK" will meet the Y. M. C. A. "physical-wrecks" in a baseball game. Totals ........ SS; 896 S 12 NATIONALS TO PLAY IRISH REGULARS SUNDAY The Nationals of South Bend will go to Mishawaka .Sunday afternoon where they will oppose the Irish, regulars of that city in their first football con test of the season. Both teams are evenly matched and fast, .and a good game is expected. Ladies may come free. Special cars will leave the cor ner of Chapin and Sample sts. at. 2:15. The Nationals desire games with any teams, either in or out of the city, having an open schedule after Sept. 21. For games address JoV. Biindr. Mgr., 1 02 5 NY. "ample st.. or call Home phone 540. . ' iv WINONA A COLLAR A Graccfol High Band Notch Collar. 2 for 25 cent Claett. PeaboJy A Co., Inc. Mkr Hovlik and Tonoy Kngage in Pitchers' ViK in First. Latter Winning 1-0. Chief Meyers, the husky Indian backstop of the New York Giants, who will hear the brunt of the work in the coming world's series against the Philadelphia Athletics. MILWAUKKF. Sept. 19. Louis ville won the first game from Milwau kee Thursday one to nothing and tied the second four to four, the game being called on account of darkness. Hovlik and Toney had a great pitching duel in th first. Pow ell was batted hard in the second game hut the home club tied up the score in the seventh on singles by Clark and Gilbert and Hughes' triple followed by Randall's sacrifice. First game: Milwaukee . ..000 000 000 0 4 0 Louisville . ...010 000 0001 S 1 Hovlik, Braun 'and Marshall, Hughes: Toney and demons. Um pires Murray and Connolly. Second game: Milwaukee . ..100 000 30 4 6 1 Louisville . ...000 21 1 00 4 10 1 Powell and Hughes; Woodburn and Severoid and Clemens. Umpires Murray and Connolly. Baby's skin will be soft, fair and smooth if you give them Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea this rnDnth. It regulates the stomach and bcwels. It makes the little ones sleep and grow. 2b cents. Coonley Dru Storo. Advt. HI V: 4 You surely will need a fall weight overcoat you may try getting along without one but you'll find it expensive omy .1. more 4 fe i z i j econ- 7 COIGS COSt than coats, $35. to Weatherproof slip-ons $5 to $2 5 q o if 3 V S r i A T?-S ADLERD ROTHER Rraech Notre Djnie. mi , hi .mi , w, i m I my 1 1 mmrm. Michigan : Wa-h. St.