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TI ITS DAY, SEPT. 30, 1913.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES OHNSflN SHOWS THE GAY SOCIAL SEASON OPENS WITH A CRASH By Goldberg. GUTTLE FOiTEE O S HOW TO MINGS; NEITHER SGOerT" THE PPCOTpHSf AMfc m BEAUTIFUL fcAUSKTSR Op rT?. ifl AMOS AM?rVCBBHJS 'ANCHOVY, Wlt-L TURN THE TRICK ST PRIONS -TftS xMiMTCr LW WCrAOr Cr COMlMG OUT - AMCMG OTfK -TH(rOGS BcoBeTTA cw -me Base repair Toys With the Mack Lads and Never Exerts Himself Until They Get Men on Paths Then He Pitches Real Ball. Brooklyn Downs Philadelphia in the First Owing to Reul bach's Work But Are Held to a Tie in the Second. EOORGTrA S F AAJ0RVT6 UON, FILL A FoUMTAiM PQvi, 6 IT oactz "boRiKkS J TEAM IS WINNER r flit SZL -t?-T V mvm 1 ' sv-i't. : o. Walter tnry to h! eason s string h re Monday by de feating the ( 'hampion Athletics nnf to nothing. The big piteher simply toyed with the Philadelphia young sters, never exerting himself until men werf jn the bass. Monday was "McRride day", having hcen set aside in honor of George McBride, Washington' captain an 1 shortstop. Ho was pr -sented with a handsome diamond watrh fob and a huge bfket of Honors ly the "fans" of Washington. Ylce Pres. Marshall made the pres entation speech. The Ion run of the game came in the seventh inning when Wyckoff's support wobbled. Gandil singled and stole second. Morgan beat out an infield tap. and Gandil scored on Williams' force out on Morgan. , Philadelphia ..oon 000 oooo " Washington ...000 000 10 1 3 o Wye k off and McAvoy; Johnson and Williams. Umpires Dineen and Con nolly. YANKEES CLIMB BACK TO SEVENTH POSITION Take Doth Games of a Iuble-Ileador IYoiii Boston ami Shove. Drowns 1 to Cellar. NKW YORK. Sept. 3 0. NVW York 'defeated Boston in both unnif'S of n. double-header Monday taking the first three to ono and the second live to one. In the first Keating pitched "his first full pnmt- in several works and held the visitors safe all the way hile New York hunched hits off "Hedient in the third and sixth innings. In the second cranio Anderson's wild npf.i placed a big part in the defeat of his team, giving six hates on balls. Fisher was as effective in this wine as Keating had been in the first. Pre vious to today's victories N"w York ind not defeated Boston in this eity Kince the early part of the ID 11 sca hon. As St. Louis did not play Monday th douMo victory of the Yankees again lifts them out of the cellar po rtion. First pame: Boston ooo ooo oio i New York .... o 2 001 )V0 3 Bedicnt and Cady; Keating Sweeney. Second game: r.ostrm 001 Onfi 0 0 1 o n n d r. .New York oio loo r, 7 1 (failed end eighth, darkness.) Anderson and Thomas; Fisher and Sweeney. Umpires Fgan and Evans. LOGANSPORT TURNS OUT TO GREET HOME TALENT Johnny Corrlden, Vtillty Player With tlie Ouhs, is Cause of Schools t I'Jein I'lo-etl. Tnr.ANSFOllT. Ind.. Sept. r.O. Ioganspo". suspended business Mrn day, clo.sed the public schools and turned out to give Johnny Corriden. utility player in the Chicago team of t"he National league, a royal welcome when he came here with the Cubs to llay the local team. When Corriden came t bat .Mayor IX I). Fiekl? walked to the home plate :md presented the player with a 5250 diamond ring, gift of the cit izens to Corriden. CorTldon's speech of thanks, a sin gle to dee center, was a most elo quent and appreciable bit of oratory. After securing four runs the Cubs as sumed the defensive and prevented the local team from scoring. Logansport ...Ooo ooo oon o z Chicago lHO ooo oon t u 2 Moore and Brcsnahan; Lon and Moran. Attendance .",000. EACH GET ONE GAME ON THE CLOSING DAY 'Louisville nays fioixl Ball in the lrt But Prop the Seemul !v 1 to '2 S-ore. L,orisvn,Li-:. sept, no. i.ouisViiie "nnd Milwaukee closed the 19 ir. Amer ican association season Monday by breaking even in a doutde-header. th 'locals winning the rirst game live to two and the visitors second nine to two. Milwaukee captured the pen nant while Ior.isville landed in third jiare. Milwaukee . . .00 v r 02 Louisville . ... 20. mm Dougherty. Marion ; Corthrup ami CKmons. Second game: Milwaukee 401 Louisville 0,10 t 0 0 2 r. in'--. 11 1 nd Marshall I :?n. I I e- (Called end s:th. d.arknrss. Hovllk and HugJus: Whit Wheeler. I'mpin-s Johnston Ilandihoe. and and BAi.ii rLvvr.i; ii:ai. sntiNc,Fii:Li. 111.. s.-pt. Walter I. (Dutch) Moore of Ie, far. famous baseball player ol later star blackface -om A'. . Fields minstrels, suicide at the Stag h-te da,v. He turned on the vx nt to bed. eighties. 1 of " .1 1: c .!n;:iittod e;rl Mon- gas jet til ' WASHINGTON, Johnson add'd tho Pill y s5wh fa You LocVc wcSRlGb 'Has rTi.eb ohr FEHNEY APPEARS PJITH THE SQIM Football Fans of Notre Dame Are Hoping That Last Year's Star Will be Able to Return Would Add Strength. Al I'eeney. to the surprise and de light of the Notre Dame students, ap peared in football togs on Carticr field Monday afternoon and put in a stiff workout both in the line scrimmage and in the signal drill that followed. It is not yet certain that his present visit will terminate in his remaining throughout the year, but the fact that he went out with the varsity Monday augurs well for his return to the foot ball squad. Coach Harper sent his linemen through ix stiff .10 minute scrimmage 0 and completed the day's work by running signals till 5:45 o'clock. Nis system of coaching is doing wonders for the squad as has been proved by the splendid showing of (many of the new men. Owing to the superabun dance of good material in the back field. Harper placed Kelleher at end in an effort to find a litting successor lor Crowley of last year's team. Kel leher showed up well at this position and his blocking was perfect. He is a player who is willing to work hard and is in the game every minute and he should develop into a splendid end. I'eeney was a power both on the defense and offense in the scrim mage. In backing up the line he used his head at all times and was usually on the man with the ball as soon a.s the latter came up to the line. King is still showing the same aggressiveness and heady playing which led Harper to put him on the first squad. Iathrop and Jones, as Varsity tackles, are now doing splen did defensive work. Of the new men Sharpc, Keefe and O'Donnell are showing up well In the daily line scrimmages. Stevenson, one of the candidates for tackle position, was forced to return to his home in Columbus. ( .. because of stomach trouble. lie will be un able to play for the rest of the season. Rupe Mills injured an akle in Satur day's practice game and will be out for a week. Duggan had to retire from the game Saturday because of a Charley-horse but he was able to limp through signal practice Monday. He will be in shape for Saturday's game should he be called upon to re place any of the backfield. Finne gan is still out of the game but he will be ready to resume practice Tues day. The freshmen are working daily to get In shape for their game with the varsity two weeks hence. ST. JOSEPHS LEAD IN INDOOR-OUTDOOR RACE The 5;. Joseph society is now lead ing in the South Bend and Mishawaka Indoor and Outdoor baseball league. The standings after Saturday's game are; St. Joseph. 6K0; Christ man Co.. ; Mishawaka Firemen. .".00; Mas lincers. 500; Howies Regulars. 500 and Studebakers 166. KACFS POSTPOXril. COIFMFFS. O.. Sept. 30. Rain, which fell in light showers this morn ing caused a postponement of Mon day's grand circuit races. The card for today will be run Tuesday. 1 Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS -For a Quick Job wo can put enough skilled men to work to finish it Is any clven time. The vvorkmanphip and materials are always the same the best tc had anywhere. No matter whether your Job M large or small, or what kind of a plumbing Job it may bo. w ran handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. H'ar what your neighbors say of our work. Thos. Williams WAY IS 1. ' VI OHG- V -HALT To II f I I 1 Greatest Baseball "Fan" Picks the Athletics to Win in World's Series BY c.r:oK(;i: m. couax. (Opyright. 11.1. by 1 rise Asocl;i t i o n . ) ' the Newspaper laiter- To begin with, I want to say that I don't consider myself the best little dopester that ever .spotted, a cinch bet. Far from it. Two years ago I picked the Cardi nals, under Roger TIresnahan, to win tho National league pennant, but when the finish came I found out, to my cost, that some one else had a bet ter system of looking ahead than 1 had. With me it's a hunch more, than the dope, and my hunch for the next world's series is the Atletlcs. I know what they've done before, and I know how they've done it and that's enough. When I'm not busy at being a fan -and I'll admit I'm the most rabid bug that ever bit at an umpire I fool around the theater. Hut baseball is where I live, and I've kept pretty close tab on the situation. 1 like the Athletics in this fight for a number of reasons. First, because the can everlastingly, smear that pill. Second, because they have a couple of guys out there who can keep the other fellows from smearing it. I mean Bender and Plank. Third, because they have the field ers to back up the pitching and pro tect it. Fourth, because they're a smart team. And fifth, because they can play baseball and play it up. down, around and through the middle, all fifteen ways and back again, without a break. But mainly I like 'em because they can hit. I've watched that batting or der come up in a tUht game, and I've watched the other pitcher. For three or four innings he might pitch his head off and "get by." Hut the strain would get him, and around the fifth inning I could see him weaken, his curve ball straighten out and his smoke fade. The job of facing six or PENNANT IS CERTAIN; . THORPE GETS CHANCE IHg Indian Drives Out a Home Kun and Gets a Single in (lame Against Boston. BOSTON. Sept. 30. New York hav ing clinched the National league pen nant, presented a make-shift team today which won one game live to three, and lost a second to Boston ly eight to one. Darkness stopped the second game in the seventh inning. Jim Thorpe, the former amateur ath letic star, played his T.rst full game as a member of the Giants. He drove a home run into the centeriield bleachers and also made a t-lngle In the lirst game. He also pulled down several hard dies. New York scored all its runs in the lirst game off Hess; Quinn. who succeeded him, holding them to one safe drive In the Inst four Innings. Perdue was taken out after the third inning of the second game, James finishing the eontest and hold ing New York to one hit. Schauer, New York's $11,000 recruit twirler. was given a tryout by New York and was easy for the local batsmen. Kr rors aided Boston in piling up runs. First game: New York 111 110 0005 9 2 Boston 100 010 0013 1 1 4 Hearne. Crandall and McLean; Hess. Quinn ind Hariden. Second game: New York 010 000 0 1 3 3 Boston 0C0 251 8 8 0 Schauer and Hartley; Perdue, James and Whaling. Umpires Klem and Orth. INDIANS END SEASON DOWN AT THE BOTTOM Take One Game From St. laul. 5 to 2, But l'all Down in Their Second Attempt. INDIANAPOLIS. Sept. 30. By dividing a double-header with St. Paul here Monday Indianapolis ended the season firmly anchored in last p'.ace. The locals won the first five to two and lost the last 10 to six. First game: St. Paul 10O 000 0012 R Indianapolis ..200 000- 03 5 6 1 Walker and Miller; Willis and Liv ingston. Second game: ?t. Paul 032 202 10 10 17 1 Indianapolis .. 102 003 000 6 11 4 Beiger and James; Burk. Wetzel. Works and Casey, Livingston. erVrjRQLX Do POOR LtTTW ID UM -SVvJlMG AMb PAlKTTlKk seven ..100 hitters in a row had gotten in its work. When he started to ease up there would be a sound like a barrel of crockery rolling down a cellar stair way. That's what the Giants have got to go up against. McGraw has some grand pitching flesh, but a bat is big ger than a ball. Look at what Mathewson or Mar quard must tackle. : First, there is Fddie Murphy, a .300 hitter; then Rube Oldring, another; if these two are nailed there are Collins. Baker, Mclnnis and Strunk still waiting. If he gets by one, the next is still harder. What's the good in fanning Collins to get at Baker? Any one of thees guys Is liable to break up any sort of a game in two minutes. You think they're beaten and in a flash you can almost see the battle of Get tysburg again, with 90 cannon in ac tion. In a short series of this sort I like the ball club that can hit the ball hardest the one. that is most danger ous at bat. For in a series of such importance both clubs are keyed trfJ to the cracking point, and the one that hits the ball oftenest and hard est gives the other guys a greater chance to blow. If you're not hitting, there's noth ing for the other club to fumble or boot, if Mack's team isn't hitting 'em safe it's hitting 'em somewhere, and In the end this of Itself will tell. Then they say Mack has only two pitchers. Forget it. I've seen this Bob Shawkey, and if he isn't a pitcher there never was a guy with a right arm. It wouldn't surprise be to see Connie stick this kid in to open the series. Connie is a wise fellow and a hard one to dope. Shawkey has the stuff and he is game. Think what it would mean if he could step in there and grab off that first game (which he has better than an even chance to do), with Ben der and Plank in reserve. DAKOTA WORKING FOR N. D. GAME Undismayed by Defeat at Hands of Minnesota, Players Prepare for a Big (ininc Here. VKRMILLION, N. D., Sept. 30. Coach Henderson and his Coyotes, undismayed by their 14-3 defeat by Minnesota Saturday. preparations for their bat, with Notre Dame, on Oct. IS. The team came out have begun next big em at South iend of the Minne- sota game in fine shape physically and with an added experience which will prove very valuable in the coming games with Notre Dame, Michigan Aggies and Denver university. Henderson is very pleased with the work of his green team, which held Minnesota for three quarters without a score. II says that the Gophers were far stronger than a year ago when South Dakota won out. Capt. Brown at tackle, Potts at center. Hen gel at end and full, and Ferguson at half, played remarkable games, Fer gu?on's punts being far better than the Minnesota kickers. Hengel was switched from end to full In the middle of the contest, and it is likely that he will become a fixture at that position, "and a new end developed. Henley seems the most likely candi date. The game next Saturday with Ne braska Wesleyan is not taken serious ly, although the team will run no un necessary risks and will keep itseif In good condition. MINNIES BLANKED IN SECOND CONTEST COLUMBUS. O.. Sept. 30. Colum bus and Minneapolis finished the sea son Mondav dividing a double-header. Neither Luhrsen or Turner was ef fective in the first came that went to Minneapolis nine to four. Kayr?. In addition to shutting out his opponents In the last game, made four hits. First game: Columbus . ...300 00 10C 4 9 2 Minneapolis ...010 203 0(2 9 9 4 Luhrsen. Turner and Coleman; Mogridge and Smith. econu game: Columbus . . . 0C J 13 Minneapolis . .000 000 Eayrs and Murphy; Owens. 0 3 10 IS 2 000 0 4 4 Olmstead and XtblMcg AAX VAJtT-H VaH.qso?Hi call i . i i LEAGUE STANDINGS NATION A Li L.KAGUK. iv .1 i id' i.m ji-i 1 i lit . i ' W. U Pet. New York U7 4S .669 Philadelphia . .....85 58 .595 Chicago S6 6fi .570 Pittsburgh 78 6C. .536 Boston 66 8L' .446 Brooklyn 64 81 .441 Cincinnati 64 87 .424 St. Louis 49 95 .331 AMKIUCAX L11GUF:. Philadelphia 95 53 .642 Washington 86 63 .577 Cleveland 83 65 .561 Boston 76 69 .524 Chicago 77 72 .517 Detroit 64 85 .430 New York 55 91 .377 St. I,ouis 56 91 .373 AMI: ItICA X A SSO CI ATI O N Milwaukee 100 67 .597 Minneapolis 97 70 .5H7 Ivouisville 94 72 .565 Columbus 93 74 .456 St. Paul 77 88 .464 Kansas City 69 95 .413 Toledo 69 98 .413 Indianapolis 68 99 .409 IlISUITS YESTKIIDAY. American Jxaguc. New York, 3-5; Boston, l-l. Washington, 1; Philadelphia, 0. National League. Brooklyn, 3-4; Philadelphia. 1- 4. New York, 5-1; Boston, 3-8. .Vmerieaii Association. Indianapolis. 5-6; St. Paul, 2-10. Louisville, 5-2; Milwaukee, 2-9. Minneapolis, 9-0; Columbus, 4-10. GAMKS TODAY. American Ixague. Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. National Iycague. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. ON THE GRIDIRON PHINCUrON. The Princeton coaches have reor ganized the Tiger eleven. The changes are as follows: Glick goes to right halfback from end; J. S. Baker to right end from quarter; Law to quarter from right half: F. Trench man is pla.ving at fullback and Ham mond is at left end in place of Brown. Capt. Baker is still llmplnj? from his Injury received Saturday. YALK. ,-Ted" Coy, who has been coaching Rutgers, has joined the Yale staff of coaches. The advisory staff ordered scrimmaging for the Blue Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday there will be signal drill. Tom Shev lin. the old time star, is coaching the ends. HARVARD. Coach Haughton ordered scrimmag ing for the Harvard squad Tuesday after extremely light work or. Mon day. Hardwick of the Crimson is im proving in his kicking. He made several twisting punts of more than 50 yards Monday. CORNKLD. Schuler has replaced Phillippi at left end on the Cornell eleven and Fullback Mcllvaine has been sup planted by Shelton. NAVY. There Is very little doing at An napolis in the wa.v of football prac tice. In consequence It is feared that the Middies will go down to defeat when they meet the University of Pittsburgh eleven on Saturday, policy of making no elaborate paratlons for any game save with the army is being rigidly served. CARLISLK. Glenn Warner, coach at the. The pre that ob- Car. lisle Indian school, is giving his at tention to the designing cf new plays. He believes that the Indians will show up better this year than they have for a long time. MINNESOTA. Coach Williams of Minnesota is drilling his men in perfecting their1 faults in Saturday's game. There was much fumbling and the veteran lead er Tuesday declared this play must be corrected." Hard drills and scrim mage was held Tuesday. ILLINOIS. Coach Zuppke of the Illinois team was giver, a real test Tuesday against the heavy freshman team in a regular battle. TWO FOUND DEAD. TOLEDO.. O., Sept. 30. Mrs. Emily Van Pelt. 74, and her granddaughter. Mildred Paxendale. 11. were found dead from asphyxiation in their home on Tenth street Monday morning. They were found by a roomer in th same house, but were beyond medical aid. m THe 9A uj;t SMASH rtAMG STWR.-T TtfeR Social Arrwrneq GAROC "TBS TAR -TttPCT tRS. UAM VACAXtCM CAM 6 PICK PLAYERS IN CHICAGO SERIES National Commission Hands Down IJst of the Mm Who Can Com Iete Sale of Ritclicr Annulled CINCINNATI. StU. 30. The Na tional baseball commission, supple mental to the announcement of the dates, umpires and details of the city series of baseball games between the Chicago National and Chicago Amer ican league clubs Monday gave out the official list of players eligible to contest in this series. It follows: Nationals Archer, Uresnahan, Bridwell, Cheney, Corriden, Kvers. Good. Humphries, Iavender, Leach. Miller, Moore, Needham. Phelan, Pierce, Saier, Schulte. Smith. Stack. J Stewart, Yanghn, Watson, Williams ' and Zimmerman. Americans Benz. Berger. Bodie, Breton. Callahan, Chase, Chappelle, Cicotte. Collins, Kasterly, Fournier, Gleason, Kuhn, Lathrop, IDrd, Bus sell. Schalk, Scott, Smith, Sullivan, Walsh, Weaver and White. The commission also handed down a finding in which it approved a de cision of the National board in which the latter annulled the i"!ease of Player Richter to the Montreal club of the International league by the Louisville American association club. The board based its ruling on the in capacity of the player when he re ported to Montreal. BLANKS ARE RECEIVED BY THE COUNTY CLERK Those Who Took Out Paors Seicn Years Ago Can Secure Seond Blanks. Blanks for applicants for second cit izenship papers were received Mon day morning by County Clerk Chris- toph from the department of com merce and labor at Washington. These are to replace those sent last week which were of the wrong kind. Clerk . Christoph announced that all those whose first papers are dated prior to June 2 9, 1906, who wish to take a chance on the supreme court ruling may apply for their second papers. The court is to rule on whether the first papers issued more than seven years ago are valid. A federal statute which went into ef fect in June. 1906, provides that first papers "shall be void for all pur poses" after seven years. The seven years for papers issued in 190 6 was up Saturday. September 27. Many applicants who wished to get in under the wire were compelled to wait because of the blunder in Washington when the wrong blacks were sent. M'GOORTY HAS SHADE OVER FRANK KLAUS MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Sept. 30. Eddie McGoorty. the local middle weight, shaded Frank Klaus of Pitts burgh, in their ten-round-' bout here Monday night. McGoorty outboxed Klaus in every round except the fifth, when the Plttsburgher scored several heavy blows, which slowed up his opponent for the balance of the session. ll f j frrri t ill iff if i vry ll i is J iJ ii nw VTJ F- v v I I I , . r ' - ----- -' P!niMU:LPHIA. Sept. 3 Brooklyn defeated Philadelphii in th. first game Monday thn e to one and tied the second, whieh w;u called on, account of darkness, at four runs fr each club in 1 I innings of play. Roulbaeh held the home tram down to four scattered hits in the opening game while Brooklyn made good uso of its hits in the early innings and won easily. In the closing a flair th visitors tied tho score in the eighth and inth innings. Brooklyn went ahead in the llth when two rum were scored on three singles and Cut shaw's doublp after two men were out. In Philadelphia's half of this inning the score was again tied on Magco's single and Cravath's home run. Brooklyn went out in order in the l ist three innings, in each of which Phila delphia failed to take advantage of scoring opportune ies. First game: Brooklyn . ...lI 100 onr. 3 7 1 Philadelphia ..0,0 ooo oon, 1 4 1 Reulbach and Fischer Mayer. Marshall and Burns, Killiler. Second game: Br'klyn d'O too) oil C2 0 00 1 2 Phila. .Oio Oio ic'Oi 00 4 13 0 Yingling and Fischer; Alexander and Killifer. Umpires Rigler and Byron. PIRATES AND NAPS READY FOR CONTESTS CINCINNATI. Sept. 30. Represent atives of the Cleveland Americans and Pittsburgh National league baseball clubs met here Monday and complet ed arrangements for their inter-club post season scries of games. The series will open Oct. 6, in Cleve land, and a second gamo will bo played in Cleveland. Oct. 7. Then th scene shifts to Pittsburgh Oct. S and 9. If additional games are necessary they will be played as follows; Cleveland. Oct. 11 and 12. Pittsburgh, vt. 13. The series will be four out of seven. The umpires will be Kvans and Dineen for the American league. The Na tional kague arbitrators are yet to be picked. Frank Bancroft of the Cincinnati club will have charge of the series for the National commis sion. This center of men's fashions is maintaining its reputa tion for authoritv of Stvle even more com pletely this season than ever. If you want to know what's riJit want to uet it at TfUZ RIGHT price Kuppenheimer and overcoat see s u the i t s e're offering at $20 and $25. TTtsV.V t mm si i j I- ili -i Hill " vi ll ! II l tf (j o o o I 1