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WBSTEE-53 UNION THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. r BALL PLAYERS TD BUT MORE FARMS No Blowing In of World Series Coin For Thrifty Athletics Players to Inyest Money Carefully. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13. The majority of those world's champion Athletics, who Monday were each mailed a check for approximately $3,280. are Koing 10 their winnings in buying farm;, inventing it in busi ness, educating themselves or laying it aside for the rainy day, while a few of them arc fcoin? to spend a small part of it doinjj such frivolous things as taking a trip abroad or buying a new automobile. "-My check goes to the bank to stay with the little wad I have there now'" fraid Capt. Eddie Collins. "Some of these days, whenVmy ac count gets quite sizable, I'll look around for some investment thaA will bring me nice returns when my play ing days are over." "Chief" Bender, pitcher "My money goes Into the bank; 'some day I may need it." Ira Thomas, catcher "I own 34 houses and two stores in Philadelohla now. That J 3,2 80 will enable me to build about two more houses and I'm going to get busy Just as soon as I find fiome good location." Eddie Plank, pitcher "I'm going to put my money in the bank. If 1 eee a good farm down my way I'm go ing to buy it' Jack Barry, shortstop "I have a hmall interest now in a garage up In my homo town, "Worcester, Mass., Frank Baker, third baseman "The bank for mine. Don't quote me as .saying I'm going to buy a farm. I've got some farms already. When I get through with baseball I hope to go into some other business than farm ing." llube Oldring. left fielder "The minute that check reaches me I'm go ing to rush over to New Jersey and buy a farm that I took an ption on a few months ago when it looked as if we'd surely grab the pennant.' Eddie Murphy, fielder "I'm going to use part of the money buying a new automobile, trading in my old mz chine in prt payment. The rest of it wiN bu a farm near my home in White MUD, Pa." Amos Strunk, center fielder "I haven't made up my mind yet. For the time being I'll put the money in the bank." Will Enlarge Cafe." Dan Murphy, utility .outfielder "I've got a cafe up in Norwich, Conn. It will return bigger dividends If I nlarge it and improve the looks of the place, and I'm going to use the larger part of the money making the change." ' Stuffy Mclnni?, first baseman "Part of my money goes to buy a pharo in a Jewelry tstore in my home town, Manchester, Mas?. With the rest of It. I'm going to buy a big sail boat po that I can go cruising around and please one of my whims." Jack Coombs, who has been laid up In the hospital all year, no doubt will ue a portion of his winnings to fat ten the hank account of sundry doc tors, nurses and the hospital. Little Louis Van Zelst, the hunch backed mascot, will get about J 600. contributed by the players. "Every nickel I get goes to my mother and father," raid Louis. CHAMPIONS BEGIN TO LEAVE PHILADELPHIA Athletic Players Have Vacation Iro granis Mapped Out Many to Co on Hunting Trip. PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Oct. 13. The world's series won. the victorious Athletics scattered to different sec tions of the country Sunday, proba bly not to gather again until the prin training trip. Nearly all mem bers of the team had made arrange ments for their vacations before the Martin? of the championship contests with the New Vork Giants. Collins is going on a hunting trip in Pennsylvania, while Baker. Chief Bender and Strunk will try their hick at shooting in Maryland. Charley Herzog of the Giants will accompany linker's party. Robert Shawkey, one of Connie Mack's young pitchers, buX who did not get in the world's series games, expects to Join a hunting par iv. chaperoned by his former manager Jack Dunn of Baltimore, while Jack Lapp also Intends to go gunning. E. Murphv will spend some time at his norm in White Mills. Pa. Daley and llouck expect to go to their homes on the Pacific coast, al though Mr. and Mrs. Daley will spend ftomc time iu New York before leaving for the west. Walsh is anxious to get back to Sracu wher the fans have planned an enthusiastic reception for him. D. Murphy and Mclnnls will rest at their homes in New England and later go gunning while the fans of Worcester have decided upon a great demonstration for Barry upon his arrival home. Schang Intends to motor to his home in Buffalo and Bush has nad his automobile shipped to Hrainard. Minn. Both are enthusiastic motor ists and expect to spend some time au tomobilinc. Ira Thomas probably will remain close to Philadelphia until his chum. Jack Coombs, hero of two world's series, is able to leave the hos pital where he i suffering from ty phoid of the spine. Plank has already gone to his farm st Gettysburg and Oldring hays he will devote his time to fergettins baseball. , Hecaue it was not necessary to play a third game of the world's feries in this city, tickets for which had al readv been sold, the Athletic club will have to refund approximately !4,iv;o to purchasers. All purchasers of tickets for contests here were com pelled to buy coupons for three games and not more than two sets of tickets were sold to one person. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davirs Laundry. Both phones. Ilie. th optician. 301 S.' Mich. st. Dr. Stocekb-y, dntl.sl. Ill J. M. S. Walsh &IUst. Dentist. Urn. 6. J. M.S. Rubber xtampH and alphabets made by H. A. Pershing. 2 30 S. Michigan iLt room 6, over Burke's. Advt. TALE AND GORNELL GROWINC STRONG Coaches Better Satisfied With Prospects After Saturday's Games Army and Navy Haye Good Teams. NEW YORK, Oct. 13. The football situation In the cast Monday shows something of a change over that of a week ago. With Yale looming up stronger. Harvard giving further evi dence of having another championship team and Princeton showing that a bolstering up of its line Is necessary before it can go Into battle with the stronger elevens. The reversal of form displayed by Yale Saturday was mighty pleasing to the coaches. The old bulldog spirit again was evident and the Eli grid iron stars smashed the heavy Lafay ette line in a way that sent shivers down the backbones of the coaches of the teams that will light it out with them later In the season for the high est honors in football. Harvard displayed dash in the form against the Williams outfit, but show ed up a trifle weak at the pivot posi tion. The task before the Crimson coaches Just now is to find a real back and steady quarterback. None of the men so far tried out measure up to varsity standard. The Princeton coaches Monday set about strengthening the Tiger line, which was rammed quite often and quite effectively Saturday by the light Bucknell backs. Cornell Monday had recovered somewhat from the gloom that settled over It because of the weak showing in the games previous to that with Carlisle Saturday. The Ithacans held the Indians to a 7 to 0 score which has more than satisfied the coaches who expected a worse beating. Pennsylvania made a good showing against the heavy Swarthmore rolling up 20 points and holding their rivals scoreless. The Army team looms up stronger with each new contest, while the Navy seems to have one of the best teams in its career. BOWLING STANDINGS Antlers League. W 11 Clubs Bucktails Hairs . . . Tusks . . Antlers . Teeth . . . Bucks . . Elks . . . Fawns . . Tails . . . Prongs . , L 4 6 6 5 7 S 9 9 9 3 Pet .GOO .600 .583 .533 .407 .400 ,.400 .400 .230 .8 . i .6 .8 .6 Jaks' League. W 10 10 9 9 8 Clubs Hoofn . Toasts . Bills . . Stags . . Deer . . Charms Horns . Tylers . L 5 S 6 4 8 11 11 ret. .667 .667 .600 .600 .533 .467 .7 .4 . 4 .267 m O i Pet. .750 .667 .583 ,bS3 .583 .500 . 500 .417 .250 .167 Clubs w L Stmlebaker League. Axles 9 Rims '...9 Bolsters 7 Reaches 7 Hounds 7 Spokes 6 Skeins 6 Tongues f Hubs 3 Studebakers 2 3 4 w o I 6 6 I 9 10 C-A Club Lcruc. Clubs W .A. s & Cubs 4 Athletics 3 Colts 2 Singers ..: 2 L 1 o 3 4 4 4' Pet. S 3 3 .667 .500 .333 .333 .23?. Stars Cocked Hat League. Club. Nationals Cleaners Specials Stars . . . Imperials Tigers W L 4 6 4 Pet. .667 .583 .556 .533 .333 .222 . . . 8 5 8 3 o WaUber League. Clubs W Juniors 3 ' Seniors 3 Standards ...3 Interstate '. . . 0- Neversweats 0 Ramblers 0 L 0 c 0 3 Pet. 1000 1000 1000 .000 .000 .000 GAMES Tins WEEK. , Vi HOW TTIEY STAND. Antlers" League. Tuesday Hairs vs. Antler?, vs. ' Tails. Wednesday Tusks vs. Prongs Thursday Teeth vs. Ducktails Friday Fawns vs. Bucks. I'Uls' League. Tuesday Stags vs. Charms. Wednesday Deer vs. Hoofs. Thursday Horns vs. Tylers. Elks ft Friday Bills vs. Toasts. Cocket Hat League. ' Wednesday Nationals vs. Tigers; Specials vs. Cleaners; Stars vs. Im perials. Studebaker League. Monday Axles vs. Reaches. Tuesday Rims vs. Skeins. Wednesday Tongues vs. Hounds. Thursday Spokes vs. Studebakers. Friday Bolsters vs. Hubs. C-A Club Icague. Monday C. A. C. vi. Athletics. Tuesday Colts vs. Stars. Thurpday Cubs vs. Singers. Walther League. Monday Rambler vs. Neversweats. Thursday Standards vs. Interstates, FridayJuniors vs. Seniors. W. J. NEiDHART 114 E. JeHerson'St. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing THEO. N. VAIL, PJV 1 0 J THE WESTERN UNION sis CHILDREN ARE GREATEST ACTORS. ) MOVIE STAR, TELLS WHEN AND HOW (THE KIDDIES EXCEL THE C.UOWX-LTPS ON" THE STAGE. MI&S ELSIE ALBERT. mm mm "M- mm mm- - k5w $. w 'm m m xi&l ; .: f - m v . ... ...... v.v . v.; ..;.A., ... - .0 -.. r tl mm V Elsie Albert thinks there are no actors in the world like children. "There expressions are unspoiled by technique. Their actions are free from affectation and their movements are lilled with the fra.ee of youth," ehe contends. "If the grown actor, man or woman, were to sit down at the feet of th children and learn, TO HE NATURAL, the staso miht have greater players. Miss Albert plays with Mattie and Early the famous "movie" child actors. MACHINE WRECKED BUT AVIATOR ESCAPES Wm. Walb Takes a Five Hundred Foot Plunjc But Lands In the Ocean. NEW YORK', Oct. 13. While flying In a biplane from Hempstead Plains, L. I., to the aerodrome at Oakwood heights Sunday, Capt. William Walb got into difficulties when over New York bay and fell with his machine a distance of 500 feet into the water. Capt. Walb was uninjured, except for shock, due to submersion. The bi plane was wrecked. The aviator, who Is said to be a former officer of the German army, was making the trip to Uakwood heights to take part in the aeroplane r9ce around Manhattan island Mon day. MEN'S MINDS, REAL LAW In his Fermon Sunday evening on The Real Law of the Land." Rev. G. VT. Hemry. at the P'lrst Christian church, interpreted the real law as the "groups of conviction? that a man harbors in his own mind and the con- victions which he flnda in the minds of his neighbors." The point in his Fermon was that man should bear the Christian law graven in his heart. The unwritten law rs most Important. The services, both in the morning and in the evening were 'wetl at tended, and a large numler were present at Sunday school. - DENVER BEATS BREWERS IN INTER LEAGUE GAME DENVER. Oct. 13. In one of the best games ever played here. Denver, champion of the Western league, de feated Milwaukee, pennant winners of the American association. Sunday, by the pcore of 3 to 2. Denver 001 002 00C 3 9 0 Milwaukee . ..100 000 001 2 S 1 Hagerman and Block; Hovlik, Cut tin and Hughes. 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