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MONDAY, OCTOIlKIl IS, 1013.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. BEMZ IHVIMC1BLE IDSQXiiH Chicago Americans Go Into Lead in City Series by Blanking Cubs Winners Score Two in Eleventh. CHICAGO. Oct. in. Jo ilftr. pitched invincible ball Sunday for the Chicago Amfrirans against the f'hica ?o Nationals and the former gained a game over their oi'jnn-nts for the ti tle of city champions. The sorc was j 2 to 0 and the battle went 11 innings. More than 27,000 p"r.Kons .saw the tame. ' Lord opened the f l v nth with a j double into the crowd and Hal Chase , rent him to third on a be autiful sac-! rifiee. Ping Rodie failed in the pinch j and was a victim of Cheney's benders. J Collins, the batting lit ro of the game came forth with confidence and when j lord sot the signal for a hit and run t play, Collins awuni; and drove the ball to left center for a single which counted the Americans' captain. This also was Collins fourth hit of the pme, he having mad two doubles find a single prior to the winning hit In the eleventh. Work Double Steal. Kournler scored with a single which Fent Collins to third and when the two American leaguers worked a dou ble Meal Fourntr was perched on fecond and Collins had counted. Fournier in his anxiety to make third wv8 caught at that base by Zimmer man who received Archer's perfect throw and the inning ended. Honz was so good that the Nation als got but one man on b.tse in the first eight innings, h'.s rivals being re tired in one, two. three order. The official count of those present vas 27,4 27. The total receipts were $ 1 S.077.2 D : the commission's share. 51.S97.72 and each club will receive' $S.:).17.7G. The players' share ended yesterday with the fourth game. ttoore: j Americans . .000 000 OftO 02 2 10 0 National . ...000 000 000 no 0 ? 1 Renz and Schalk; Cheney and Ar cher. Umpires O'Day behind the plate; Sheridan on bases; right field: 0'Iughlln in left Orth field. in BROWNS WIN TWO GAMES Americars ; Into l,oaI in St. Louis City Scries. ST. "LOUIS. Oct. 13. The locals Americans won both games of a double, "header from the Nationals Jiere Sunday in the series to decide the city championship. They took the first game by a score of 7 to f.. In the next contest the teams stood 6 to 2 -when the game was called in the sixth inning on account of darkness. The American league team now has three games to Its credit and the Nationals two. hcores: Americans 001 -jro National 0 .V I Weilman and Agnew Snyder. Second game: Nationals 000 022 7 1- 0 con r, 10 i ; bailee and 02 n n f o- Americana no 11 Perrett and Snyder: Levererz and Ag new. empires Hrennan and Hilde hrand. TIE GAME ON OLIVER'S Sibley Shamrocks and Century Club I'ay C to 0 Came. TT. Sibley Shamrocks ard the Century Athb tic chih met at Oliver's lield Sunday afternoon and battled to n f) to f tie. The Century loys out veiglied th Sliamrocks eb'Ven almost 'T pounds ti the man. and it was only thrimuh sp-d and cleverness that the latter held their own. Powell was the mr.se consistent gainer for the Shamrocks, his sjtec tacular runs often drawing cheers from the sr'Ctators. Zeitler and Urinkrnan also did stellar work for the Shamrocks. Sully and Tankey were the mainstays- of the heavier men. ST. JOSEPH IS LEADER The utdoor season (.f the South Tlend and Mishawaka Indoor and Outdoor league cam' to a close with St. Joseph in the bad with a record of eight victories and two losses. In side play will begin in the near fu ture. The standing of tin sc clubs at sion was: the close of the outdoor w. s D. Pet. .700 . 4 0 . P0 . J 0 0 St. Joseph Ohristmans 7 Mlshawaka Firemen . 1 laslangers 4 Howie's liegulars ....4 Studebakers 1 u o ..-1 N Jt OCIETY Brand Clothes for Fall arc masterpieces of the tailor craft. Perfect in Style, Fabrics and Patterns, they must command your attention. $20, S25 and $30 AdlerSrqthers M 1 C 11 l ; A X A X 1) BRANCH ILL we To CtCK- 1 I HVt WV TJ ' . 1 TS SHARE RECEIPTS HELD National Commission Declines' to Distribute World's Series' Profit Until Players-Authors' j Contracts are Investigated. NEW YORK, Oct. I?,. When the Giants applied to the National com mission .Sunday for the losers' share of the world's series receipts they did not u-et the money. They were in- j foimed that the commie-ion wished! firs: to see the contracts of the play- j ers-authors whu are members of the j Giants so that " it nnsnt be assured thvir engagements to report the world's serks were entered into be fore Sept. -7. Ilefoie the .-tar i of the scries last week the National eommi.-sion laid down tile tule thai no baseball player or manager migiit write tor the news papers during any future world's se ries. It was decided, however, that play ers who had contracts dated before yept. -7 might go ahead with their j writing this year. Half a dozen nv m ers of the Giants wrote newspaper articles on the series during the piay of last wtek. Now the commission; wants to inspect their contracts be- j fore it turns over the series money to : the men of the team. It was declared last Monday that these player-authors who could not produce bonafide con tracts signed before the date specified would be penalized, but It did not an nounce the penalty. Aq m matter of fact no penalty is ! likely to be inflicted, and the Giants i share of approximately $2,162 each in the series money will pronaDiy ne paid to them practically intact as it is believed all the writing men among them can produce properly at tested contracts antedating me com mission's announcement of its ban upon player-authors. GOSHEN GRAYS TAKE FIRST FROM THE SOX I' LK II APT. Ind.. Oct. 13. Roger's Goshen Grays downed the Klkhart Plue Sox in the first of a three bame series at Goshen Sunday by the score of 5 to 2. Poor plays and errors dur ing the critical stages of the contest cost i:ikhart the. victory. Next Sun- i dav's came will be played at the hdk- j hart driving park. Y ASIII.VGTO X IAMF.. XOTRi: It BREAKING EVEN. By Goldberg. IF THE STENOGRAPHERS EVER GET A CHANCE TO CHANGE PLACES WITH THE BOSS. MOIli: PROFIT IX 11)12. World's Scries Figures. 1911 Attend. Receipts At N w York. . :;$,2S1 At Philadelphia 20,286 At New York. . 37,216 At Philadelphia 24,;155 $ 7 7,.':."0 7 ;,;!.! 4 0,'J.",7 Totals 126, l?,S $2:16,862 1912 At New York. At Host on . . . At Iloston . . . At New York. H5.7T.0 75,127 30,1 4S "r.,309 3 4.62 4 6 3.1 4 2 36,502 76,644 Totals 137,004 i 27 0,2 S 2 1913 At New York.. 36,29 75.255 At Philadelphia 20.56:: 49.640 At New York.. 36.SSS 75.763 At Philadelphia 20.56S 49.645 Totals 114, 31S $250,303.50 Bowling Scores Pick Up De spite Hot Weather Alley Men Need Time to Round Out Form Says Schnelle. in n. a. schm:llk. Howling scores are of an entirely different complexion than they were a couple of weeks ago, although one would scarcely expect this because of the extremely warm weather during the fore part of the week. Howling is just like every other kind of sport in that it requires a certain amount of time to prepare and get into lirst (lass form to be adept. One can compare the scores of the several leagues which are well under ! it a i i i i v.ay wun mose wnicn nave just ; gun operations and one will lind more uniformity among the former. while these that have just started f'T the season are very apt to be erratic. KIks Are Gxnl Indicators. The Elks and Antlers have been in operation longer than any other or ganization in the city and their work affords therefore the better criterion. In analyzing the scores of the players In the Antlers' league during the past week one finds a uniformity of play that is astonishing. In the contest between the Hairs and Rucks on Thursday evening the former won three games but the in dividual work of the team was ac tually marvelous. Of the five men the grand totals for three games ran from 524 low to 58.1 high, every one of them respectable totals to turn in for an evening's work and the play among the club consistent. Others Show Consistent Form. Quite in line was the work of the Tails and Rucktails on the previous evening, the grand totals of the lat ter club being even more compact as the range was from 530 low for Holph while the high man. Campbell, gathered 656. Their consistent play was the means of taking the odd game of the series from their opponents, the Tails, the Rucktails winning the ver dict in the final frame after a prettv battle. One of the best contests of the week was that of the Elks and Fawns where the difference was ten pins in the grand total between the two clubs Rut the Elks won the odd. the last game. There were three four-Mgure totals posted as the result of the bat tle, the deciding game being decided with 1.024 acainst 1.008 for the Fawns, the victors closing a car of 4 0 pins in the last frame, the Elks counting" 124 pins between them. The tine showing of the Fawns can b attributed to the good work of "Mayor Parker" who tendered every thing of Kersey to his mates but without avail. inks' l.eairiie Tightening Vp. A runaway race is a thing of the past In the Elks league. At the bell the Toasts left every other club in the league at the post but a wallop of three straight games at the hands of the Hoofs has made it an entirely different story. This week find the PRACTICE NUKES BETTER RECORDS li PIN LEAGUES! ". i.e - LEFT HALFBACK hy TrrnKYrp- yost. n this formation tae bad them tan carry the ball.-the b "in.' b-tvct'en tackle a:ei gua right en,! can ddft to the 1,-fr the ne. The ball is srapt't d to the at full Fpevd while charging. Hoofs- and Trasts tird for pine while the Pills and Starr- are but one game behind the leaders. In fact the Elks' league hn th" best competitive race in the city at tl is writing as there are but s game? between the top and bottom t' " s i". the percentage column and tb' set of ties in an eight-club league, and three games of each other. Others Have New lenders. Hut there are other leagues where a severe upheaval has taken place, the result of a week's play. One of the prettiest transformation scenes j took place in the Studebaker league. J Iast week the Axles and Hounds were j tied for first place, but the Hounds have been forced to a tie with the ! Holsters for third place while the Axles were fortunate enough to hold their own. Hut the Rims slipped in 1 ahead of the former leaders and tn standing of clubs presents an entirely different situation. i Contrary to expectations the Stude- ' bakers did not keep up their splendid work they started a week ago and ; Hinds was the only one to show form i expected of scratch men. Hut too much should not be expected In the beginning and with a couple more t Wflfk of T)1nv th5s tram is nonnd to sport the same consistent piny of other seasoned bowlers. Yet it will be a hard battle to get away from the short end, especially when well anchored. C-A Teams Hotter Shuffled. Where the O. A. C.'s had a perfect percentage as the result of their first week's play the same was punctured during the past week, though not very seriously. Rut they could nrt hold out against the terrific attack of the Cubs, who showed the league leaders 1,005 in the middle game of their series. This is a splendid showing the second week of hostilities and Don Rrugger led the attack with 232. Xo club Is now without something to show for in the percentage column, the Singers and Colts both registering a two-game win against their op ponents during the past week's quar rel. There has never been a better opening of a season in the history of the club than the present one and all indications point to a revival of in terest which characterized the sport of the club in former years, when it led all other organizations in the city at bowling. Walt her League Makes Rebut. After enduring all manner of in conveniences to have their alleys re paired the Walther league finally got under way. Hike other organizations of its kind there was much ramre in th matter of proficiency, this being even more pronounced than any other bowling league in the city because in each contest of the three played thre was no consolation for the vanquished. The Standard won three games from the Xeversweats. the Seniors served the Ramblers the same dish, while the Juniors walloped the Interstatesi for the entire bacon. Rut things will ' be different after another week of; play as two of the lenders as well j as two of the trailers are paired and one or the other will have something; to show for their work. ! P Lick heads. hlotche and nimnles - - - - - " - v M r - ; are caused by the improper action of! the bowels. Holllster's Kooky Moun- ; tain Ten regulates the bowels, makes : your complexion clear and beautiful, gives you that healthy look. 0 5 cents. Tea or Tablets. Coonlev orug Store. Advu i o-r joe- CROSS. BUCK ,s can change positiiui si that any oia 'ft end sh. fiing to the right wing and the i or tackle and end. T.i irivr iiiety. wing a i.d tli; play ear go through t iu'. nb-.v the side (juarter, who pas a it to the rJimer A football game replete with thrills and filled with clever forward passing was staged at Springbroek park Sunday afternoon between the Michigan City All-Stars and the Huebner eleven of this city. The prison city lads put up a game fight, and though they were outclcssed and were beaten by a 62 to 0 score, can not be accused of yellowness. The locals used almost exclusively forward passes and fierce line bucks. The passing of Roinskl and Yargo to Gruber was of the best and the line bucks of little Lower and Roin ski were consistent ground gainers. Lamlerman at half was also good at gaining ground. In the first quarter Roinskl made the first touchdown in a little less than four minutes. In this quarter five markers were made against th' prison city men. Yargo, in this pe riod, made a spectacular catch of a Michigan City punt, and dodging through a broken field took the ball down the field for a touchdown. Jones of Michigan, refereed the contest and Myers of Wisconsin was the umpire. The local eleven will clash with the Chicago Oak Park team at Springbrook next Sunday. A thousand rooters saw Sunday's game. The lineup was: HUERNERS MICHIGAN CITY' Rolts Schultz . . Reiter . . . R. Myers . L. E. . L. T. . . L. G., C Holtz Harney Ross . . . . Walters Konie Silky, Moore Howell . Zock, Rout . . A. Melinski . J. Melinski Pass . Raumeister Aby, Desormuer R. G.. Keene R. T. . . Gruber, Johnson R. E. Kowatch Vargo, Tellson Lauderman . . Lower Roinskl Mvers Q. R.. . . L. H. . . R. H. . . R. H. . . . . F. R. . . . F. R. PSIPrllPBSIrtV is fO."J D RATES LEI PSBlSSmUTl 1 I n... , i m i r i I Pittsburgh Blanks Cleveland: Three to Nothing Through7 i- i i- m : i i-a r-i'i-i riomnson s Airugru riicning. . . ana umeiy mumg. CLEVELAND, Oct. 1.1. Pittsburgh defeated Cleveland 3 to 0 here Sun- 'day. making their post season series three games to two in favor of the National leaguers. The gaine started in spite of a drizzling rain which lasted until the fifth inning. Robinson had the Cleveland bat ters at his mercy, allowing tin m but tiiice hits and two of those v. ire of the scratch ordt r. Cleveland only thieatei.ed to score once when with Leiboid on third by viitu of an er ror, a sacriiice and an infield out, Rohir..-ou pasid Lajoie and sliuck cut Johnston. Carey, Doian and McCarthy singled in succession in the fifth inning .scor i.ig Pittsburgh's first run. in the eighth McCarthy singled, Wagner L.i.nt il, Miller singled and both run ners advanced on Wilson's in field out. Mitchell's single scored both runners. i Twice with the bases filled Falken ' berg managed to retire the sWe with ; out further scoring, la spite of Fal kenberg's effectiveness, as shown by his eight strike outs, Pittsburgh seemed able to get the necessary hit off him at the right moment. Dalon made up for his two, errors by getting three hits. Hans Wagner was passed three times, but Ealken berg fanned him the last time. Only about 2.5 0 0 people saw the game be cause of the chillv weather. Score: Pittsburgh 000 010 02 0 ?. 9 2 Cleveland 000 000 0l 0 : n Robinson and Simon; Falkenberg and Carisch. Umpires Evans at plate; Eason on bases; Emslie in right field; Dineen in left field. BUDWEISERS WIN OVER MISHAWAKANS 62-0 The fast Rudweiser football team defeated the Mishawoka Tigers on Hospital field by the score of GS to 0. Sunday. The Rudweiser team showed a reversal of form and the weak spots displayed in the former games wer plainly closed. Shortly after the kiekoff, two en; plays gained 12 yards for the Riul weisers and on the net play Cap:. LaFortune with a perfect interfer ence ran 4 yards for the- I'.rst touch down. From that point on the smash ing line bucks and clewr fake play. were too much for the -Mishawaka team. Sunday, Oct. 19, the Rudweisers will meet the fast Century club on hospital field. A large crowd of en thusiasts witnessed the game. A GEXTLK AM) KFFFCTIYi: LAX ATI VI :. A mild, gentle and effective laxa tive is what people demand when suf fering from constipation. Thousands swear by Dr. King's New Life Pills. Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio, Tev.. writes: "They are. beyond question, the best pills my wife and I hxv ever taken." They never cause pain. Price 25c. Recommended by all druggists. Advertisement ID WORK FOR I. D. ELEVEN IS TO BEGIN TODAY Coach Harper Will Start Vars ity Football Men on Strenu ous Program in Preparation for South-Dakota Game. Today marks the opening :" a we.-k work for the Notre Dame men. Although this Is of hard gridiron Founder's day and a holiday at t!n university, ("each Harper will put his men through a long signal drill thi- afternon and follow it up with a stiff scrimmage. The s.juad will be driven harder than eer before in an effort to get in perfect tiinj for Saturday's contest with South lakota. The "Coyotes" were b aten 14 t 0 by Minnesota but Couch Henderson has made shifts in his line up that strengthens the team 50 per c ut :ind make South Dakota" one of the must formidable elevens in the west. Harper's shifts in the last w.v k gives the Notre Hume line a stronger appearance. Gushurst is now playing end and from present indications he will continue there throughout the Fcason. He is heavy and fast and tackles hard and low. While playing halfback .with the scrubs "tins" put up a marvelous defensive game and often downed the big 'varsity backs without gain when they attempted end runs. He also covers much ground and i aide to pull down th. long forward passes on which Notre Dame will depend to bring the ball within her opponents danger zone. On the end around and end through the line plavs which Harper has rt -cently developed. "Gus" should do wonders for hy is a master of the ntraight arm and his weight and speed make him a hard man to down. Kcofe at Guard GooI. Keefe, at left guard, is another new arrival on the first eleven. In the. eginning of the year Keefe was try- out for tackle but a week ago was itched to guard and his grat play- ... . t 1 II..- ing with the scruns inuueeu uaipei to work him on the first team. The veteran 'varsitv backfield, composed of Hichenlaub, Dorais. Plis- ka and larger, is showing ui that pi" ised wun me wotk oi mis paii "i ' nis M'lira. u ne his team, if he can get the ends and the line m good form, the OUtCOine o: not be so The DaKoia contest win doubtful. Pliska at right half is play ing the best football he has shown since coming to Notre Dame. He i in iht ironic everv minute, tears through the scrub line on the offense - .ind backs up every play when on th defensive. On plays directly the defense. Eichenlaub behind the center of tho line and his -rent strength ami ftv in co erintr trround braces th ani line wonderfully. None of the fre-hmrn with the ex ception of Hayden suffered any bad eff.-cts from Saturday's fierce gam with Culver. The plucky little end sustained a broken jaw in the last few minutes of play and will be nut of the '-'a me for the rest of the season. PICKS PURDUE TO WIN TITLE IN "BIG NINE" Pete Yaughn Tells Friends at Xotro Dame RoiIermaker Ixok to 1m Rest in Conference. Purdue will win the western con ference football championship this- '"'fall if the predictions of Pete Vaughn, former Notre Dame gridiron star, come true. Vaughn was at Notre : Dame yesterday en route to L.ifaette from Chicago where he watched the, ! Purdue team down Northwest-rn Sat urday. Pete is assietant coach at ' Purdue. ; Vaughn told friends lie reaehe.l the belief the boibrmakers would anr.ex. j the "big nine" m.nfalon after watch j ing all the other conference ek-vMia iu action. f? 7J t 3 i i We're showing the neat est wide-apart single thread etTects in all wool fabrics, also banjo-stripes, both in genuine Kuppen heimer Clothes and restricted to this store. It will pay you to see them. $2C and $25. (o. J y y9 IT. VL. 1 i - - -s. -j JJ .