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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES W or Id o T71 H3 1 11 .D&selo&l. F A livery s Of an l! 4 ii n r it vi 4i n rr tr n 12 Holds A e PRIZE GOES TO CHAMP ON II Four Year Old Trotting Star Takes $5,000 Purse in Three Record Heats Anna Bradford Wins Futurity. LnXINoTOX. Ky.. Oct. f. Etwah, the 4-yrar-old trotting champion run tinned his unbeaten career at the trots Thursday by winning the classic Transylvania J.'.ooo stake for 2: MS trotters in tli fastest ::-heat r.i'-f cor trotted, a Jl'i') to $1!h choice over the field the little stallion nvcr was headed in any of the three h",us. .-"tar "Winter mad him go in L' ;(:'. 1-2 t win the first heat, then f ini.'ir com pelled him to trot the next two in 2:0:: 1-2 and 2:0.. H-4. all three of the heats being faster than any previous heat In the Transylvania. Tho world's champion filly Anna Bradford had an easy time in beating the youngsters in the pacing futurity. It. U. Mrett was victor in tin- 2:'4 pace, the hea!est Letting event of the meeting, the winner being a $200 to $14i favorite. Baron Marque beat a cheap field In the 2:2) pace and Hazel Laing won over Mirthful, the favorite in the 2:17 trot, unfinished from yesterday. ( K. (I. Billings drove Ehtan an exhibition eighth in 1". 1-2 seconds, but the trial of William against the four-year-old record of 2:0M was post poned until tomorrow. Summaries. 2:17 Trot '' in . ". ; purse (''. heats Wednesday.) Hazel Lain:;, ch m. iv John A. McK rron Bartalt by Patron (Andrews) l Mirthful, b m ( Murphy )... s P. ter Pearl, broXuckols 1 Silver P.ell. g m (McDonald):' . 0 (.' u . 1 1 t. 4 ds Signal Boy, Alice Arion, Ilollvrooi Pen, Hugh Miller, Zobedah. Oler.oia and I-.cli.ie Simons also started. P.est time 2: OH ::-!. 2:01 Par 2 in ::; purse. 1.mm K. H. Hrett. b g. by Wu ponce Maxine hy William C. P O'.ra- dy 1 1 King Couehman, br g (Stokes)... 2 :: T'elrey. b h (Cox) 4 2 Harry The Ghost, g g Hcndrick) ?, 4 Pest tinu 2:m:: 1-2.. Kentucky Futurity. ::-year-old Pace in .": stake, $2. nun. Anna Bradford, blk f, by Todd Mac Mary Louise by J. J. Au dubon (Murphy) 1 1 1 Pud Elliott, br c ((leers) 2 '' 2 tfweetio 1. blk f ( Darnaby ) . . . . ?, 2 2 P.est time 2 :7 ::- I. 2:0 Trot, the Transylvania :; in T. : stake. ?.".M0o. lltwah. b c. by Al Stanley Ahia Arion ly Arion (fleers) 1 1 1 mar. b g Fiovd 4 2 2 tar Winter, b g (McDonald).. 2 :: ?, May Mac, b m bcryd'Ti :'. 4 4 Pest time J-.u:; 1-2. 2:21 Pace in purse. $1,000. Maron Maniuo. c h c. by Sir Marque Aakalla by Oakland Paron (Murphy) 1 1 1 Vera, ch m (Pitman) 2 2 Pillv Law, blk g (Woods) 4 2 " Tuah Worth. blk m P.cnyoii . . S 1 ?. Madam Mack, Lueillo Prooks, Jav elin nd Jessie, jr., also started. Pest time 2:0 s :;-4. HIGH EXPECTS FIGHT A lonr signal drill was Kiven the hiu-h sihool squad by Coach Metzler esterday. Xew formations and tricks were taught the men. as u is expected that the squad will have to use them ;iraiii:t the Cary team Saturday. This Carrie should be one of the best of the year as (Jary will probably use the same style of play as that taught by taeh Metler. i'h.u'Ih's Prii;frsand Caldwell of ("Jary are both graduates . the Sprimrtb Id V. M. A. and P.riirs played for two years on the s.mie team with Metzler. They have been usin tho open style of attack to !i threat extent ;mi1 Saturday downed tho I'.owrn litrht weights d ChicaKo by a score of 4." to 0. Powcn won t'.ie ehampionhip of tho lihtw iu'lit di' I hion of Chicago last year but was no snatch for the Jary squad tliis year. South Pend would co:ne under the lightweight regulations of the Chicago liigh schools, so ;i iattle nyal may be looked for when tho tuo teams clash. Saturday. IT'S r IWTRtxiG BRb (MS fACE THAT StC0Lb irts?ie I ReMMrJS rOCVAj RTtV VJILL GJc Wd J- f S ... N Stallings Thinks Deal Will Shine At Third Base: Scfrang in Good Form yM n ,"hf"nr''lJji 9 . . f . .... t . . . . . ... A-;v i : MUESSa 10 MILLER TIE IN IIP EVEMT Each Breaks 19 Out of 20 Birds, Best Shooting of Present Season. The honors in the regular weekly shout ivcn by the South Pend Sports men's association Thursdar afternoon were carried off by W. Miller and A. J. Muessf I. who tied in the regular events, each having a perc'ntai;e of 1)5. IOach broke 19 out of 2u birds, which is the- best shooting that has been done in any of the matches held by tho club this season. The club event was won by Father MoCuire, who broke 19 birds out of a possible 2.".. Aehenbach, with 19 in 2.". won the special class event. The events were; One. 10 singles; two. It) singles; three. 2" singles: four. 10 singles, usini both barrels; live, o pair. The summary: 1 Dennis 3 P.. Melnerny . C, Aehenbach . . s W. Melnerny . 7 Puces . - ... 2 3 4 5 Totals 6 14 3 3 23-4 5 2 13 . . 21-15 7 19 3 5 10-55 5 IS . . 4 2-55 6 13 . . 19-25 3 12 . 3 15-35 10 l! . 7 29-35 1 5 . 0 8-4 5 S 11 2 1 19-35 o 3 . . 3-25 lo .. 3 7 19-20 7 .. 17 14-20 10 .. 5 S 19-20 , Fr. Quinlan . . . I r. Moduiro . . D'P.rien 2 Piley Prass 0 W. Miller ... i Purkhart .... 7 A. J. Muessel 9 i.ssri; ci!.LLi:.c.i:. The I. C. football team would liko to arranKO a ira.me with any 1 30 pound team in the city for next Sun day. For sanies, call home phono s7::l between 6 and 7 o'clock in the even in sr. ALL WRONG, SAMSON, IT'S ALL rNCCOUUT ft in T.I LUC Ns ' ' a. - '4 X SV.WiW. . V- V-.-. .,. V v LEAGUE STANDINGS I .i ri:m;KAL i,f..;ui:. w. iv. ret. Indianapolis 88 65 .575 Chicago 87 6 7 .565 Paltimore S2 G9 .543 Puffalo 78 69 .531 Prooklyn 76 75 .503 Kansas City ,. 67 83 .447 Pittsburgh 62 85 .422 St. Louis 61 V .407 ciiic.;o city si;kii:s. White Sox 1 1 .500 .500 ST. LOriS CITY MHMI'M. Prowns 2 0 1.000 Cardinals 0 2 .000 xi :w yohk city si:kii:s. (liants 1 0 1.000 Yankees 0 1 .000 n i r i i s y i t i : i w a y. IVdcral Iasruo. P.uffalo, 3; Pittsburgh. 2. lirooklyn, 5; lialtimor?, 3. Chieapo. S; Kansas City. 3. Indianapolis, 4; St. Louis. 2. City Series. Chieapo White Sox. 5; Cubs, 2. Xew York (liants. 6; Yankees, 3. TO DRAW UP SCHEDULE Iutciliall Mrn Prejxaro J'or Football Season, The board of interhall manapers at X'otre Dame will meet Sunday eveninp to draw up a schedule. The winners this year in addition to the customary pennant will be presented with a foot ball trophy, donated bv "Hullie" and "Mike". The pift is a silver football, about tho regular size and mounted on an ebony base. It was evident that the students appreciate the pift from the thronps that visited the ath JULIUS- 15 RlGrAT- SliG bERThA "TO oHftR w . ' '.ill 1 7 Ti j UX1 : zi . 1 5 ' -Z- - , v - ! -- .- '. . ..; 1 , i letic 8tore, where tho trophy is now displayed. The donors of the ball, Georpe F. Hull and Michael C. Calnon. have al ways taken a preat Interest in nil ath letic activities nt the university. The donation will be a preat Impetus for more hard work In the practices which are lKdd dalljr, with varsity men as volunteer coaehep. From the showinp of the teams so far It Is Im possible to predict the winner, but it Is evident that many spirited contests will be held. Interhall games will be held every Thursday and Sunday afternoons bepinnlnp Oct. 15th. ST. JOE AND S0RIN HALLS OPEN OCT. 17 St. Joe and Sorin halls will open the 1914 inttr-hall football schedule at Xotre Dame, Oct. 17. The Walsh hall, champions of 1913, will pet into action the following Thursday, clashing with Corby, lirownson will make its first leapuo appearance Sunday, Oct. 25. S'orin han a big bunch of promising candidates for this year's team and they are fipured as strong pennant contenders. t. Joe won the 1912 championship, but did not enter a team in last year's race. Capt. Tobin has a number of stars upon whom ho can depend to aid In building up his team. Among them are Phelan and Cook of the freshman squad and Bar tell of the championship inter-hall team of 1912. The schedule is as follows: Sunday. Oct. IS St. Joe vs. Sorin. Thursday. Oct. 22 Walsh vs. Corby. Sunday. Oct. 2 5 t. Joe vs. Brown son. Thursday. Oct. 2 9 Sorin vs. Walsh. Sunday. Nov. 1 Corby vs. .t. Joe. Thursday, Nov. 5 Walsh vs Brown son. Sunday, Nov. 8 Sorin vs. Corby. Thursday, Nov. 12 Walsh vs. St. Joe. Thursday, Nov. 19 Corby vs. Brownson. Tuesday, Nov. 2 4 Sorin vs. Brown son. The dates of the last two games may be chanced later. V WRONG. By Goldberg T tocVc To ravse7 vtACe TOR v ITS rWL SArsoM, it's all m - t -f -v --' I . ... ... i ", IN FOOTBALL CAMPS KAVi: YALK IlACKFIKLl). NEW 1IAVEN. Conn., Oct. S. Closing scrimmage practice in prepa ration for the Lehigh game of Satur day, Yale kept the varsity backfield ugain out of the line-up Thursday and if any of the regulars aro used against the Pennsylvania eleven they will play without practice .scrimmag ing for an entire week. Guernsy, Chatfield-Taylor, Scoville and Kaston were in brilliant form in the 15-minute playing half odd this afternoon and will probably be sent against Lehigh. TIGKIt VARSITY SCORKS 21. FBINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 9. The varsity rolled up 21 points in a long scrimmage with the second eleven Thursday. The Tiger back held show ed marked improvement, but the line failed again to hold well and wa pene trated by the hard working scrubs. Moore was in at half for the varsity and he made several pretty gains on end runs. lie keeps his fet well and is being given serious considera tion by the coaches. "Buz" Law made the most spectacular play of the day when he received tho scrub kickoff on his goal line and ran 50 yards behind an excellent interference. The varsity scored twice on forward passes across the poal line. DRILL HARVARD IX IWSSING. CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Oct. 9. In spite of tho hot sultry weather the Harvard varsity was given a hard workou. Thursday. A long drill in forward passing was followed by a kicking duel between teams A and B. Much concern is being felt over the game with Washington and Jefferson next Saturday and Harvard is looking for no easy game, but on the contrary a desperate struggle and a.s hard a gamo as Harvard will play in this year. Moreover, the crimson will start with a very crippled team. Mahan, Long and Soucy will be out of the game. With a new center, an inex- 14- Y6R; it but iV HAIR IS J'U ... s vji, ' S- 7 vo .i.v.-?.v.-:..vy .' .5";"" . ' - 34 BOWLING SCORES c a. c Li;A(;n:. COLTS Haugan i:,9 171 10 4 49 4 Harlin 221 214 1.4 f.,9 Beltner 122 116 95 ?.?.? Mclean 14 114 mi Colip 172 1M Hi 497 Handicap .... s,r ." 255 Totals 905 S s l 723 25V. STARS S. B. Robinson . . 20fi ir.c 17- .-43 Solarek 1 4 S 121 1 4 7 4 1 9 Dlmock 19 1 7 ISO 4 7 Moredock ...... 15" 1 45 1 2 5 42" S.M.Robinson .. 1 42 1 70 112 4 5 4 Handicap .... sn so so 2 10 Totals S5S M2 M7 2557 FENDERS Humphrey 1 H f; loo 119 zZ Jacobson I"?, 152 129 41 4 Carrel 146 1 1 0 ir,2 ..S Handicap . J6l 169 169 507 Totals 5S4 5.11 549 1664 PISTONS Low Score 100 129 36 2 Simpson S9 71 71 231 Webster 11- 129 9S 3 41 Handicap 10 203 ISO 563 Totals 516 53 47S 1497 REACHES Barter 139 157 9 5 391 Eby 1 76 1 47 1 f 5 4 7S Edson 1 49 1 24 130 403 Peters 12S 135 132 - 3f 5 Gunter 160 154 159 4 73 Handicap 211 211 211 633 Totals 963 92$ S S 2 2773 TONGUES Braman 141 109 166 416 Addison 'J2 136 1'5 ?,?.?. Cederholm 135 129 132 396 Bassmussen .... 123 139 147 402 Yockev 1S2 162 21 5 5 59 Handicap 163 1 63 163 4S9 Totals S36 S3S 92 2596 r.J.Ks u;(;i k. Lairs Burkart 1 52 1 47 155 454 Hahn 116 120 109 34 5 A. llorenn 1 39 11 9 133 391 MaKmiun 1 44 133 124 401 Lecht 154 131 100 391 Handicap 239 239 239 717 Total 94 4 S95 S60 269 Slag:: Martin 1S7 1 69 1 57 513 Goet7. 14K 1 22 109 377 Gross 9 9 101 S7 2S7 Van Home 105 11S 139 362 Klintrel 13S 13 4 114 4 4C Handicap 217 217 217 651 Total S94 861 823 257S FEDERAL LEAGUE. Bucks Oltsch 16 4 178 1 49 500 Robinson 1 20 175 169 46 4 Moore 1 35 1 59 1 46 4 3S Farabaugh 134 17S 151 4 63 Engle 113 162 179 454 Handicap 125 1 25 125 375 Total 791 9S 1 91 9 2704 Fawns AV. Miller 123 104 1 52 379 Brown 1 20 1 4 1 1 45 4 on Parker 143 113 1S2 4 3S Strayer m.S 15S 1 56 4S2 Jackson Uo 1 26 156 402 Handicap 1 39 139 1 39 417 Total 813 7S4 930 2527 perienced quarterback and minus the services of the preat Mahan. Harvard will be up apainst it. Hard wick has been shifted to the back field to take Mahan's place and Weatherhed will start in Hardwick's place at end. MAROONS CRIPPLED. CHICAGO, Oct. 9. An extensive casualty list and the anti-football at mosphere precluded all idea of a serimmape at Stapp field Thursday, the maroons will go into the North western game Saturday with little or no strenuous workout since Saturday's clash with Indiana, Heretofore it has been the rule to send the squads against each other at least three times In the interim from amo to game. The injuries, taking it from Coach Stagg, all enter tho category of minor hurts and the wizard mentor will be able to present practically the same lineup apainst the purple that fared the highly touted and easily defeated Hoosiers. The only probable change will bo the substituting of Capt. Dos Jardlen at center and the correspond ing shift of big John Albert to tackle. This will necessitate the switching of "Red'' Jackson to a uard position, but which one has not been deter mined. FRANK CHANCE MEETS LAJ0IE IN IOWA CITY IOWA CITY. Ia.. Oct. 9. Frank Chance, on his way by motor to Cali fornia, upon arrival here, to his great surprise met "Xapoleon" Lajoie. an other baseball king, who was enroute with his wife from South Bend, Ind.. to Des Moines. The baseball mon archs enjoyed a rare reunion and for got the thunderstorm that kept them here 2 4 hours in the "talk fesf that followed the unexpected meeting. CUBS AND WHITE SOX ARE IN THIRD GAME OF SERIES CHICAGO, Oct. 9. The third game of tho Cubs-White Sox city series will be played at the American league park today. The score is even, the Sox winning tho second game. 5 to 2. The total receipts of the two games was $23,223. BAN JOHNSON SAYS ATHLETICS WILL WIN CHICAGO, Oct. 9. Pres. B. B. Johnson of the American league left Chicago Thursday for Philadelphia to be present this afternoon at th firrt game of the world series between the Athletics and Braves. Th president of the junior baseball circuit predict ed another victory for Connie Mack's steam-roller. FRESHMAN CENTER HURT. Calligan, center of the frehman team at Xotre Dame is suffering from a torn ligament in his right arm. The arm was injured Tuesday, but Calli gan thought little of it. An examina tion today showed that a ligament was torn. Calligan is one of the mot promising m-n on the freshman squad. Bachman. varsity uuard was slight ly injured In a scrimmage yesterday morning. DUTCH BERMI EW OUARTERBAGK Coach Harper of Notre Dame Adds Another Pivot Man, Who Becomes Adept With Forward Pass. "Dutch" Bergmann. star all-rour.d athlete at Xotre Dame la.t year, now a quarterback. Coach Harper ha shifted the little seed merchant to a pivot position and in practieo he ha shown the earmarks .f a classy f'.eM general. Heretofore. Rergmann has leen a halfback. Last year he was a substi tute back field man and his glitVjrt f .r sprints were features of the qvx.is game. The one weakness, wh'ch kept Bergmann from beinc: a quaiterbick last year, was his inability to hurl the forward pass. During tho summer month he ha been practicing hard at this feature of the game and is now thoroughly adept at throwing th ball Bergmann is a ten second man and a brilliant open field runner and should be a star at quarterback. With Cofall. Rergmann. Thorpe and Bush. X'otre Dame has a fast string of quarterback. Xight practice one of the new features inaugurated by Coach Harper, in tho final stretch of practice before the Vale game. CHICAGO AND EVANST0N TEAMS TO WEAR NUMBERS MIICAGO. Oct. 9. Both Chicago and Northwestern elevens will wear numbers in the panic on Stagg held Saturday. The players on each team v ill wear their numbers in largo block figures on the backs of their jerseys. An extensive casualty list and the anti-football atmosphere precluded all idea of a scrimmage at Stagg field yesterday, so the iMaroons will go in to tho Northwestern pai.-.e with littb or no strenuous workout since Sit urdav's clash with Indiana. THREE MACKMEN OUSTED FROM ROOMING HOUSE PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Oct. Rash promises made weeks ago re sulted in three members of the Ath letic team being turned out in th cold last night by an irate landlady. The three members of the world's champion team made promises of complimentary tickets to the ame here. When the. were unable to "come across" they were forced to take their belongings, and depart. Th. three slept together in the home of a kind-hearted friend. LANGF0RD AND HARRY WILLS MAY CLASH SOON LOS AXGELHS. "alif.. t. '. Sam Langford and Harry Wills lnv matched for a scheduled 2'-round bout before the Pacific A. on ct 27. Wills is one of five contenders for the heavyweight championship of th world and the Botn "tar baby" I. another. With Jjiok Johnson in France and only a figurehead at that, this bout should do a great deal to ward clearing up the hcayweii;ht situation. EVAXSVILLE. A special platform is being built here at Evans ball from which Secy. Bryan will delier hi- address cl. 22. A committee consisting of local leading democrats have been appointed to receive him. r 3 SAYS NO charge for another suit if you don't like the way the pattern you selected makes up! Another suit if the tit or style doesn't please you! What other tailors think enough of your satisfaction to do these things? Maybe they will ;i year or two from now. We originate others imitate! for a Raal. v 1 i t or Balrnacaan rude to your meac.ir made to your satis faction. Smaller tailors i-harce $-" for ecjual quality of woolj;s and workmanship. f K. cLLVBROS, THE TAILORS VHO MADE $18 FAMOUS 121 N.Michigan St. Nine Other Store in Cincinnati, ("lowland, ('tiliimlius and I.ton, o. 13 To) iAp