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TiirnsnAV, octow:k 2. 1913 G Ln ' w? -. D v I- I i it -f ' W,11 iVVMOUS IXIIA OF TIIK Xi:w YOHJv TEAM: JJM THOHPK, McGRAW'S J5.000 OAMBLK, ?,,A:Vi?1GU (,iKAT ATHLETE. HAS YET TO PROVE HIMSELF A STAR HALL PLAYER. AND KOIt TI IE G I ANTS Tn TI H WOIU J )' S SERIES?'' WH D G PART OF THE CATCHING BOWLING SCORES. antl ci is li ;. ; i' i:. TFSKS Flint . .... Joldy . .., M'dKwick 'asinlor . .Mason . . Handicap 1 6 2 K'7 1 K7 91:' i ; 4 101 l ::s l :: s 134 141 1 1 i::o S7." 17 5 1 " u 1 5 144 l;;s 1 0! M 1 !S Id- 17:: l c 5 i u l s i:-i 154 100 i;:s 4 2 ." ::so i 5 4 7 470 4 i 5 Totals . . Milb-r . ... Parker . .. Strayer . . . Jackson . .Ma (Donald Handicap Totals . . RL'CKS Varabuugh Moore . ... McGann . . Engle . . . . i lts-h . Handicap : 7 1 r, 4 r. 441 4 4 0 4 4 5 0 1 414 &90 '.:,.C MM !75 0 4 50 4sJ ::o; 4 5J 5 4t r. s 1 51 1 4 :: 1 :U i7; 1 .1 4 l ; i " l s 17; 17" 1 5 1) 1M i7; ' S 1 S 1 4 1 t. 4J0 4 h 5 4G'J 4 5 5 4 ' 0 477 9 l :::: 1 7 5 157 ir. 15! 0 1 DEERS 'ergin . . . . It.iur . Freehafer . Nusshart . Miulb'r . . 1 lantlicap Total . . RILLS P.arnhart . II.UIIT . ... Vet7.el . ... Kirs I'.ergr . Handicap Totals . . 112 1 - 4 14 0 1 :: I 1 0 :: - 0 l s y o. l :n 17:: r: i l : o 1 4 V Totals ss7 PRONGS Garland L'.S 140 Andrews 1J t 15s Pr-demu3 151' 1 VI Lcdrrcr 1 -1 5 17" .Miu'sscl H.: 151 Handicap . . . 1 1 5'. Totals V57 i:lks li:(,vi:. 17 1 5 4i r. 217 12:: 4 0: -! 1 4 7 50 5 1 H 12:: 117 127 141 42.S 2t0 2'0 02 7 lilt' 0U5 2 01 1 i::7 l::i 4'2 12 1 57 4 50 1 0 4 1 :: 1 4 2 0 ill 120 r, o :: 121 lsn 44 7 10 ISO 507 S72 IM'7 2 07 s Li:(;ri:. 142 l::-l 4 4o 117 122 42 4 114 l"s ;::: 1 2 4 1 2 4 o o 1 2 o 17:: 4 5 4 17o 17: 5:; 7 2 5 s::: 502 12:: l',2 400 12-. "i ::::: l 11 i : ;s 1 o : ;: ;, 4 r, 5 1 0 s 1 r 4 7 17 0 17 0 5 .! 7 0 10 7 s 0 L' 0 1 y 1 0 o 1 4 4 1 1 ?. 0 117 4 10 1 0 .1 14 2 2, 5 s 152 l:: 4 45 1 2, S 1 s S 4 7''. 102 1 0 j 4 s s -1 si 26 4 r; 10 5 1 s 4 21 1 2 0 1 0 0 4 5 4 12.. 14: 4 2.7 124 121 272 10 2 1 ". 0 4 7 5 2 05 2 0'. cny yOG 010 RE VCHES I'isher DeRose Peters Hayn Uunter Handicap . Totals HOLSTERS Siiambb-au . .. ;inrich A. R ck nhaupt Ross Thum Handicap . , Totals . .... RIMS Rickrlhaupt . Kimble Rumsey , Strong . 1 0 5 .14.' .Ii. .14 5 . 1 5 . 1 M .10 4 . l o : .17'. . ! 1 4 .145 .is: .nr. .15 7 Zelky . . . Handicap 147 10. Total . AXLES Ml 1 1 s i:p. 105 127 174 2 ' Wit we r Palmer Tin lens . , ."-'tack man . Iiriwnlpf . 1 lamlicap Totals . INDIANA MAX. INDIANAPOLIS, net. 2. William M. Dammeyer. who killed hi:nlf in Houston today, was a well-to-do busi ness man of Indian apdU. He went to HouEton two weeks ai;o in hope of ttneflttln hH health. DSKIMS WILL GO -SI li WOH ON THE WARPA LD'S SERIES: t - - rr .-. . . : :. . . -. -.v.-. . . . 'A A .A V v v . , r 'nut. tv. :-XsX :-: V :.. ji v-s--: THREE SAFETIES Philadelphia Uses Second String Men in Game But They Force Washington to Hustle to Win Contest. WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. Washing ton made it tnree straight shutouts by winning from Philadelphia Wednes day one to nothing. Again the champions played none but second string men, but they forced the locals to hustle In order to win. Rohen, one of Connie Mack's youngsters, was in the box and pitched a splendid game. He allowed but three hUs, two of them coming in the eighth inning when Washington put across the win ning run. Rent ley. a Washington recruit. pitched almost as rood ball as his opponent. He was relieved to make way for a pinch-hitter la the eighth. Cnllia pitched the ninth inning for Washington and retired the Athletics in order. Philadelphia ..000 000 000 0 1 Washington ...0O0' 000 01 1 3 1 Rohen and MoAvoy; Rtntley, Callia and Ainsmithr Umpires DInecn and Connollv. MACKMEN WILL BEGIN TRAINING FOR GAMES Men Who Wore Koponsiblo For tlu Pennant to T Sent Against Now York. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2. Connie Mack, manage; of the Athletics, re turned Wednesday night with his "cub" players who have been used in the scries Just completed against ashington and Thursday the Amer kan league champions, weather per mitting, will start ti;? final games of tluT regular schedule with New York. If is expected that Mack will present his strongest lineup in crdet that team work may be perfected for the wo.Md's series next week. The t rst string players of the Ath letics have been allowed to take things easy since they clinched the pennant. . They were expected to start Wednesday a course of training that would put them on edge for the opening game with the New York Giants next Tuesday, but rain which fell in almost a continuous downpour prevented them from practicing at Mubc park. It is now expected that Manager Mack will place his full strength in the field againn New York Lt the series of three games sched uled to be played Thursday, Friday ami Saturday. fite National league season for this citv ended Wednesday. The hard rain i.ev essitated the calling off of the rnal game which v.;-s scheduled to be 1 Ilaed against Rrooklyn. Thursday! the Phillies will play th Giants at New -York where they will iinish the nasi'ii on Saturday. WOMEN CANT SMOKE. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2. Despit. A storm of protest from women of the j city, the new exclusive hotel Vindig, i v.-ill not rescind a rule which allows 1 women to smoke in the dining room. IdlTSALLl in 30 X . .-. --i' , . .... V GARDINER LOST TO THE HARVARD ELEVEN Star Tackle Who Hroke His Arm in 1911 Is Ad v teed to Stay Out of the Came. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 2. Tu dor Gardiner, star tackle of the Har vard varsity eleven of ID 11, and a leading candidate for end on the pres ent crimson team, probubly will never play football again. Gardiner was lost to the Harvard team Wednesday when physicians ad vised against his playing, lie broke his forearm in the Harvard-Princeton game two , years ago and the in jury kept him out of the game last year. Under the test of two weeks prac tice the arm has been found too weak to allow him to play with reasonable safety. His absence, together with the ill ness of Milholland and Dana and the ineligibility of .cmith. has left Har vard with only three available ends, instead of the seven who started the practice reason. TH FOR M ' - ' . .' : " .-. . -.- . . :. J :. i " ' I I . . . .:. . : y. . ' . jfr . .-. .: : V ' . V .sy.-:- : . . . 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The old custom of uing a ram's horn has been done away with, in most cases, and the cornet has taken its place. The music will be especially beau tiful at the services. At Temple Heth-El music revised by the Jewish-American composer, Schlesslnser, from .some of the old traditional hymns that are centuries old will be rendered. The Kreat personal sacrifices and religious allegiance is manifested by the orthodox Jews who will continue their service up to Friday night. For rheni it will mean four days out of :he week away from their work, as they will observe their Sabbath Sat urday and no business is transacted on Sunday. At 7::i0 o'clock Wednesday even ing services at Temple Reth-El will begin by a sermon by Rabbi Cron bach when he will use "Union and Strength" as hiy subject. Contribu tions will be made for the Jewish charities at the evening service. The rabbi Is making a special effort to interest his people in making contri butions to the Associated Charities as well as the others, and his sermon will be directed especially to urge that they assist. An effort to organize a federation among local Jewish riiautios is being made by Rabbi Cror.o.-i' h. On Thurs day night the service.- at the temple will complete the New Year's cere monies, when the rabbi will talk on the subject, "Another Year." Temple Heth-Kl religious school will begin Friday. A children's or chestra will be supplied this year and Miss Dora Ilershenow will succeed Dr. Chas. Rosenbury as organist. 0U THE GRIDIRON CHICAGO. Coach A. A. Stagg of Chicago, an nounced Thursday that after practice today he woul1 pick the Maroon eleven which will face Indiana in Chicago Saturday. He would have announced the selections today, but he was distressed at the showing made by the varsity Wednesday against the freshmen. The regulars at times were helpless against the on slaughts of the Freshmen, who were using Indiana plays learned by Stagg's scouts at last Saturday's Indlana-De-Pauw game. ILLINOIS. Secret practice has been inaugur ated by Coach Zupe at Illinois. Can didates for the squad are kept work ing by electric light until late every evening. WISCONSIN. Scrimmage was abandoned at Wis consin Tuesday to give the squad a rest before Saturday's game with Lawrence. Coach Juneau lined 4 0 men up at the goal line and at the crack of a pistol shot sent them rac ing to the center of the field to get ; line on the fastest members of the squad. PURIU!!. Coach Smith announced .Thursday that Dailey would work at center for Purdue against Wabash Saturday. SHE CII ASES MAN. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 2. After an exciting chase covering nearly a mile. Miss Helen Shepard. a young society woman. . Wednesday captured Ernest Quinby, who, she alleges, snatched her purse. 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They dose the system with powerful stimu lants and tonics, calculated to re store nervous force or strength that is not and never has been lacking, with a result that the functions are temporarily excited, to tho positive detriment of the patient. Weak ness we call It such for conven ience Just now is only a symptom resulting from a chronically swol len and Inflamed prostate gland, and is curable by local treatment only. Either early dissipation or some Improperly treated contracted disease is responsible for the in flammation in most instances, through accident, injury, strain, etc., may produce the same result. 1 permanently euro these cases of prematurenes.s, loss of vigor, etc. I want every reader to call to see us, so that I may explain to him all about our SYSTEM and demonstrate why It cures MEN after all other methods fail to even givo relief. rl n Cm res Blocd Poison I u&e the newest and latest treat ment for Blood Poison and Skin Diseases. 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Hoist of Paxton. 111., an insane patient, "8 years old, so that he suffered six broken ribs and later I died, were the methods employed to I keep him in bed at the Kankakee State Hospital for the Insane, accord- ing to a confession made Wednesday ; by William Wolfe, a former special attendant. W olfe Is under arrest charged with murder. He iihplieated John Mahan, a hospital employe, who CAN YOU WASH AND IRON YOUR SHEETS AT 3c OR TABLE COVERS AT 4c EACH? "THE SLICK WAY" Send us a bundle amounting to 25c and you get the above special rate. SLICK'S LAOilDRY & DRY GLEANING GO. Home Phone 5117. Bell Phone 1 17 - OIdest in Experience, you ore sick of experimenting, come to a real UbViUUJI C14.1U 31 UlllWi f - ; V 4.' - ' v .V v . e,x . . Need be Paid Unless Cured MEN READ THIS I simply want the opportunity of showing: everv man suffering from INFECTION. BLOOD DIS EASE. NERVOUSNESS. RHEUM ATISM. KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLICATIONS, V A R I C OSE VEINS, WEAK BLOOD VES SELS, HE CAN BE CURED. 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