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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Mad With acks t Oil ie Iliere w n ii CUV UJL II MS'L VBC3.11 Rudolph and Bender Were FIRST ACTION PICTURES OF WORLD SERIES OPENER Slated As Pitchers Asain CLOSE CONTESTS i.. : . " '. ; 8 Excitemee M ostoo 1 I T BOWLERS r " law jgw " : ' " t' m' ' yy? ' " " ,L'. ' i ii 1 1 u"i w m e i i Dopcsters Figured That Stall ings and Mack Would Use Two Men Who Hurled First Game of Series. .MIAMI. f ) i ! . i y ' s. " B-r-ru- fcij. r. Iphiu ' nd- itv i'uf ; B S'P N. u t. 1 J.' - "I p n T It m n. th- J'.ttt ri r game :if' " ' dramatic pa u dolph and i'-o-v.dy for P r anl S-lianu' for Phi! ol I'll -s all tli- uj-t"-ri-in signs v v.rnni; I : i 1 1 Kbm, the oratorical um pire, was 'hi I u ! 1 ? ;ii ik- the :. r.n f r: m l.t at 2 o'clock u th warm aiiI sunshiny dav 1" f:-e an ;is-M-inMairo 1 1 nearly eua baseball fanat.'s in Fenway park. Tin n tin third cru' i.il battle of the v.nrM's vries wi'iiM be under way with the f-.me pitchers working as were on the mound in the on. ni i; battle I'ri- t'onnie Mack's plan this morning v as to v.--rk Pender. The 'v. ise ones" hereabouts hgured ALL THINGS TEND TO MAKE RECORD SERIES by thank a. mi:m; IImSTn, )t. 1-'. Weather Sunshiny and warm. Prohai -.(- batteries Poston: Bu- J 1 1 1 1 and (Jdwily; Philadelphia: Bender and Schang. Probable attfndiincp .14.700. Probable receipts B:.o00. Betting to 1 that the Braves will win the series; ." to 4 that they w in today's game. Thirty thousand fans wore in line when the unreserved scat ticket windows wen opened at 10 a. m. Only IP. 100 seats of the "0 cent and ?1 variety were sold. Speculators arc petting $lo for the ?i tickets: ill' to i: for the $:: seats and from $'2 7 to $:;7 each for the box seats. already were in line waiting for the ticket viudc.s to open at 1:00 a. m. tat which time l'.MOO unreserved $1 that lie would pnch one mi his vouiik- ;ind ".O-ct-nt seats were placed on sale, sters, dther Push and Shawkt-y. hut Th.- Mr,- ...in tr, fnrm nt nmm .nn. the Athletics P-adT. r'-alizini; that thi third panic is the k'ame of the utii-j iliil Tint m.iiu t,. irii'.t it to nil1'! cf his kid t v irlers. Pf nder w as in shape to work today - and he was wild to get another charwe at the team that hammered him 'out of the hi.v on I'ridav. Pend er felt that the PraVS eollld tlot duplif fae the I'rida"s fat and Mark thoutrht aion-r tnc s .,t.c lin--. .muck i u -j, it js unlikely he will change, would have more e. .u t'.den, in thej(.ai for ;in .xa(.tlv opposite plan Tler (iol Iitlur. day and more than 5.000 fans were in line all night, snatching oat naps on the ground which was covered with straw at their own providing. The "wise ones" hive it tiured out that Stallings will work (Jeorge Tyler, his southpaw, against the Athletics Monday if Connie Mack uses one of his youimsters, but the Hravs' tipster suvs that Stallings' piesent plans. outcome wi".h lml'i working than with a kid on the tiring lme. despite the fart tha th Prae took his measure in tip tirst ame. If Pender should tind his wing in sh.ao-- when In tested it in the warm-up at the park, lie was slated to pitch. Athletic Muf Will. The Athletics realise. that they must win the game touuv or prac tically every hone was trone. If they ot. it will gie poston three straight and force the Athletic to wm the re maining four an alnio-t impossible feat when pitted against the braves in their present form. The game today was scheduled as a thriller and the Athletics were due to win. fn their camp today was a pew born conJidenre. and the feeling that In today's battle they would find their bating eyes. II hey do. Uicll j rd Rudolph won't haw suih an i;is time as he dil Friday. The Athletics were o wr-ooii liui-nt. even conceited. W lien the.v entered Friday's game. The (Diueit was knocked out of them. Tliey came l ack on Saturday and Ib l.led in unii fieiful Rtyle, but their batting eyes were a minus uantity. Put the hard bulit they gae the Praves has re moved the panicky feeling that fol lowed Friday's name, and they started into today's contest with a grim deter in mat ion to win. "We will be baek with our war club:; today,' said Kddie Collins. "We fee it In our bones." Fenway park holds less than 0'b pectator. Something like :'50. fans want to eo the game today and v. hen day broke it seemed that .10. 000 v . . t - 4 - .... . - . - . '.V- ":.!-?-Vi VJvc.. 'l . . f . C " " ' - - 1 II III HJ llil If' i i Li Styleplus(ti7 4PI Clothes fa I Om pp' riar wm itin fnfy -r g 1T f i i A a r A k w m v-HOME OF GOOD CLOTH E5 h pi cTPrn V?-.t HMJIYSHOP - A X ADc R C O "Tyler is a rnight.v tine pitcher," said the tipster, "but he is not as To llable as either Kndolph or James. If Tyler went in Monday and lost it would put us in a hole. That would make the count t:vo to one in our faor. Then we would have to work James and liudolph in the next two games and. rely upon Tyler for the last game should we happen to lose each of the games that liudolph or James pitches. "Put by using Kudolph Monday wc are reasonably sute of winning. I ick is in fine shape. Ho has been through otn world series game and came out a hero. He has more confidence in himself than he dil for the tirst game and. of course, more than Tyler would have, "Mack probably will work oiip of his kid pitchers Monday ami if lie does the dge ought to be in favor of Pudolph. If Kudolph wins that will give us three straight. Then J.inns will work on Tuesdav for the fourth straight game. Should either James' or Kudolph lose one of those games it would make the count three I to one in our favor. Then we could send in Tyler. If (.'-(-orge lost the count would still be in our favor, three to two and we would have James and Kudolph in reserve for tin last two games. "So you see Stallings' sc heme is a mighty clever one. looking at it from any .ingle that you wish. If Kudolph works Monday and James Tuesday It will mean that they will have had only a two days' rest, but they are used to pitching every third day If thev worked less they might get stale." lloMon Is I In 1 1 Mad. The double victory of the Braves in the home of the enemy has driven Poston into a frenzy of baseball mad ness. Kwrything else was forgotten here Sunday night but baseball and the wonderful work of the likely base ball champions of the world. The populace has come to lediew that the P. raves ale unbeatable. Thev are pull- i n:g tor lour stratgiit. .Nothing else w ill satisfy them now. It seemed Sunday night that not I only Poston. but all of .New England' wants to see the games here Mon-! lay and Tuesday. Thousands of New Fnglanders arrived here during the day and early in the night and started out on the trail of the ticket scalpers. I gladly paying the exorbitant prices inai were asKou oy me specs. l ne speculators were offeiing box seat tickets for $ l r. and $L'u. the regular seats for $10 and the $J seats for $S. And they are getting it too. New Fnglanders may be thrifty, but their thrift is a thing forgotten tonight. l.ong be-fore darkness came those who failed to get reserved seat tickets Federal League Teams Bunch ed. Only Three Games Sepa rating the First and Last Teams. AUhouch the weather )n verv unfavorable p bowling. ! b r n al p.ii knight.s have shown a steady Improve ? tnei.t in their plav. There has .'.!-- be-n a splendid exhilv.tion of :":ght i!ijcued into tin spirit f tic thirg ami this appeared stronger w:th ti lu' -s i!i the rear of their swer.il 5 ?. v: x - :, i-;: : Vv'.,;-;.., :; . $ -Z . , v.-;:: V W 07' M V: ' ' .: : - ;X.: .. . -, . ... ... ' ... .- . :,- - . . Z" - ; ' yt. w.v ' ,,VV. .v.'. -x : .,. ; x ,..V '.y ' ; ; x.x .. . x xx v. x.-xx- ... ' ' . :.:. s. x 'x .... A y-. - ... : ' . ; . - - x ? X , . .4. -k. .. : . ; 7... U x .. ; ;. ' -;'. . . ; :if s . .-. . ... . -:; ; v v: . x :; ' x ... , ; x . :.x ; "'"i.. T?. t. : . ... 7 .V. .. '; svx ., : y.-. ; '' x; .: --y y "-. ... . . . : x; -. 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Loaders to (i.tsdi. v. o k is bound to eliminate the bl(iers ;S the PuektaiN to clash 'A;;.v .;-. v-1 :";' - . x- .:;Vj ,-xs,.,.x. x. :x ; .;. . . ... - .y-y ..v -x J ' h- W ' i - ;--x ' - ..,x- -x; v-:, : , . ::: .; .,-s xi . 5:x V - . :1 x--.;, ... .. .; xs:v x ; : 'k ? ,: :.:;x : . ... jfs-x; x 'i. xXw x: .-s-: X i'Vfc-"'S' jr : ' ' x . ": - . ? x--. . . x.: R:Xv.,x.,. - ' -'. '-V S;-r;. V; -:-VV-x--::i l,v'-' -r::;, -..;- 1 ' ' . .... - . '.. r . . Tlio top picture shows Center Pieldcr Amos StmnU of the Ath Ietls bciuE retinal at Mcond base for the linal out of tlx fourth liminff. Strunk singled to left, but die I when be tried to take tuo bases on tlie lilt. Maranville Is shown putting the ball on Strunk. TIank GmvdjVs slide that landed him safely at third on bis triple to enter hUh oixned the llftb inning, is shown in the comer pic ture Third liasenian Frank Baker of the Athletics is standing by tin bag waiting for the ball to arrive IMdie Murphy was being retired at third as the linMi of a fast double play in the first inning when the lower picture was snapped Murphy tried to ffo from second to third alter Schmidt caught Baker's foid. But Schmidt nipped hint by a great peg to Deal. where you are ure to Cor. Michigan nnd Washington Sts. ers from getting any of the unreserved seats, purchasers must pass into the park at once. Over l.'.OOo unreserved $1 scats be placed on sale for each game 1,000 ro cent seats in addition. Boston Is Favorite. Boston's pride in its ball team its contidence that it will win series was shown Sunday night by the betting offers of the Postotiians. )f- t rs of to 1 were made that will and i nd the and began forming in line outside of Fenwav park and before midnight it was estimated that there were fnno I tans in line. All of them carried bitr i Braves will win the series with packages of food that must serve takers. The Philadelphia contingent them not onlv for a midnight supper. , t ,,f f. .. I.. .1 ...- .1 1 t. u iv.iiiiv ... ........ . i l 1 1 i I'ir.ii i . t 1 1 l 1 1 unit ii .s e 1 1 . the 'e w BOWLING STANDINGS Cylinders . . Carburaters Pistons Tops 5 4 1 1 i R 10 11 .417 .:I33 .167 .083 The gates win not open until 10 a. m. and in an attempt to prevent scalp- I BPS f C T3 A TT 1 MELLOW rem no an. '' of eAi dm charaav&i" in if) r ' t OrOUQfl CtQlIl. BOTH PHONES TheM uessc 1 Brewing Co. The two defeats of the Athletics in Philadelphia were hard blows to the Philadelphia gambling element which has backed the Athletics at fairly long odds for the tirst game and who dou bled their bets on their team in the second came, hoping they would re trieve their early losses. When the Braves arrived here Sun day morning from Philadelphia it seemed that the whole town was at the station to meet them. As the players stepped from the cars the crowd surged forward. breaking through the strong police cordon an 1 grabbed the players, lifting many of them onto their shoulders and carry ing them around while the balance of the crowd paraded after them cheer ing wildly. A big brass hand ham- CU'BS. Axles kirns I lounds . . . Beaches . . . Skeins St udebukers Tongues . . . Hubs , Spokes . . . . Bolsters . . . AY . . . ... 0 ...' . . . . . . . . . ... a . . . 4 I,. i i; i i:di:bab i.i:;ii:. Bucktails Fawns . . Orphans Antbrs . Bucks Flks Federals Tails . . . s 4 I i.i i:u bi:.(.ii:. Foundry . . Assemble . Main Klice Purchasing Production Patterns r. . cbi'b u:ta 1 Praves C. A. 0 Uhletic: mered out tunes that had to do with , Sinuers "Here Comes the Heroes.'' 'Tcssie" and other Hoston favorites and the band followed the parade. The Ath letic arrived on the same train as thi Braves, but they wore almost ignored ly the crowd. Fvery hotel in Poston is crowded to it? limit. It is estimated that there 1 are at least 2.".oo visitors in town. F.ery one com.es with the idea oi go ing to the games Monday and Tues day. Of this army only about a thou sand or so have tickets. The other came to take the chance of getting them from speculators, or. failing in that, to fall in line for the unreserved seats. S . 4 4 4 s i:bKs' u:.c.n:. u s . 1 Y I "T I '. K 1 A Y N H 1 V BT S . St. Bouis Browns. Cardinals, Chicago Cubs. 4: White Sox. ciiKWtio siiiinx w. u Cubs : 1 White Sox 1 : st. Boris M-:i;ir. w. i Browns 4 1 Cardinals 1 T. MAY YORK I:K!I; w. u fliants 1 Yankees 1 - Pet. .7 50 Pet. .SO" . '1 0 0 Bet. . t". " 7 . -j . s ',i 1 ati.i:i:s i. i:. Cl ia ids Colts . . Cubs . . Stars . , Hairs . Horns . Tylers . Jewels , Teeth . Hoofs . ( 'harms Stags . Tusks . Toasts Pills . . Factors Ifrs . Prongs YAinii:irs u: t;i i Bam biers fliants ". Federals r, Interstatcs T 1 Athletic s Seniors Stamlards ?. 1 Neversweats ?. tkio i.nc;i'i:. Fenders 11 1 Starters " Horns v. Windihhlds S Pet . 7 r. u : . " o 0 . o 0 0 . r. o t . r o o .4 1 7 .417 o . .r.r.T . 7 . r. v :i .117 .417 .417 .417 .117 . H C 7 .:.; .LM i . .i .1T.0 . 7 " 0 .7.0 . ; '. 7 7 . . o . I ..' . 7 , 'i i c:ami;s Tins th:k. Antlers' league. Tues.iay Leers vs. Factor?. Wednesday Bills vs. Prongs. I'ridav Toasts vs. Tusks. i :iks Bcaguo, Tuesday Jewels vs. Tylers. Wednesday Stags vs. Horns. Thursday Hoofs vs. Hairs. I'ridav Teeth vs. Charms. IVdcral Ixagm Tuesday Bucktails vs. Fawns. Wednesday Bucks vs. I'lks. Thursday Antlers vs. 'rphans. Friday Tails vs. Federals. i A. (Tub League. Monday Braves vs. Athletics. Tuesday Stars vs. Singers. Thursday Bants vs. Colts. Friday Cubs vs. C. A. C. Studebakcr League. Monday Axles vs. Reaches. Tuesday Kims vs. Skeins. Wednesday Tongues vs. Hounds. Thursday Studebakers vs. Spokes. I'ridav Boltsers vs. Hubs. Trio Leagm Monday Fenders vs. Starters. Tuesday Carburaters vs. Tops. Wednesda Windshields vs. Pis tons. Thursday Horns vs. Cylinders. YYa I titer's Ixague. Mondav Neversweats vs. Athletics. Thursday Standards vs.. Seniors. I'ridav Interstates vs. Ciants. lier Ixainte. Monday Patterns vs. Purchasing, Foundry vs. Production, Assembly vs. Main Mlice. PACKARD'S PITCHING TOO MUCH FOR NILES Knnsis City Fed Star Bets Kelly of Pittsburgh In Hurlers Duel. ill, cup." b-a gue Special to The News-Times. BFNTOX HAHBoii. Mich.. Oct. 1 Benton Harbor took the second game and the series for the independ ent championship of South Michigan here Sunday from Nib.-, the score being 4 to 1. Both teams were heavilv loaded for the encounter, several lug leaguers be ing in the line-up. Kelly, a member fit the Pittsburgh National league club, and a former Notre I a me star, was in the box fur Nib s, ami Pack ard, mainstay of the Kansas 'ity Fed-t bngue. and but eral league pitching staff and former J ,.,w ling league. pitcher for the ( iiicinnat: Keds. worked for the winners. The game was a pitchers' battle all t of the way. I'aeh struck out seen men and allowed six hits. Kelly furnished a little excitement for the large crowd .,f fans, when he had a line argument wPh Fmpire Shafer of the South Michigan stall" of arbite rs. The big leaguer thought that I'm- sm, f..r- ,.m. a -...,,.!.. . t i,..a ! strikes on hi:n and told him so in very plain language. They failed to come together but Kelly was upset and failed to locate th- plate after going in the box. Benton Harbor K"i ir.a v 4 Niles 0 0''1 I'le (1 lie 1 This one of and Fawns aie scheduled Tuesday e.eiiiug. The tive team ti combination is niir,c fr b j broken up. The b-adint: PuektaiN 1 have suffered severely in having two men. Casmier and (sborne. on the I liospital list, while their captain. Campbell, is a forced absentee from l)w city. I r. Chaffee's return to th city proved an Inspiration to tho champion Antlers, administering a severe drubbing to the Tails and pull ing away from the cellar. V splendid race is also in progress at the Studebakcr club where tho Studebakcr league show live of their teams, the Huials. Beaches. Stude bakers. Skeins and Tongues, tied for third place with six games won and lest, showing the .r.0o mark a. very popular figure in the percentage col umn. Put there are five games dif ference between the first and last teams, the Axles having won nitr games while the Holsters have cashe hut four. fioing Sit in rate. It has been customary for the Bol sters and Axles to light gallantly side by sole, either at the head or rear of the percentage column, and, it is unusual to see them so widely sep arated. Cnpt. Witwer has his veter an Axles working line while Bolster seem to have struck a ruck. The Studebakers are showing much bet ter than they have f,,r several s-a -sons in spite of the fact that "ap'. Centle is showing signs of becoming an in and outer. But the Trio league is all out of proportion and a regular procession and if some of the clubs ;ii the bot tom of thf percentage Column do not win a few games pretty soon they will be lost out of the league. Con sidering the fact that the member are aVJ beginners. with handicap hanging ev ery week, one co.ibl scarcely picture a situation of thi"3 kind developing but it is one of the many peculiarities and fancier of spotting events which cannot he ex plained. I Jks' Ka-e 'liie. There is a dandy race on in the Flks' leagu, whi le live teams ; fV tied for tirst place last week but dar ing the interim the Hairs were alone in winning the entire series from their opponents, with the result thaf they lead by a full tame. Tin- Charm got the habit last week and won a couple of games from the Teeth and "apt. Pergan has hopes of a stead" climb with his men. The Stags ap pear to have as much fun providing the means than others do of winning but they insist they are idling to be heard from more substantially in the f utu re. The C. A. club is distinctly a two division organization in which the Braw-s, c. A. C.'s. Athbtics and Singers appear to have it on the r of them. The Colts, with Harlan going (lose to the L'Oo average mark, surprised the fans by winning a cou ple of games, thereby pulling out of the cellar. In looking oyer the several b'ag u -it becomes apparent that some o' in them have been m: the c named. For instatn e the Patterns in the Oliver league Would be a po . f team to pattern after; the Stars oc- 1 position in the C. A. Club which is- not enviable; the Tops are not at the top of the heap in the Trio b-tgue; the Tails are bringing up the rear in the Federal '. hv i a na rue in a ::::::) ".-.it 1 1 . A ' 1 ! MMCQQCI Q UIM HA MP niuuuuuug iv 111 vn 111 l. FROM SZAB0 SQUAD Pile t'p Nineteen Point- in I'irt Half . . .01 , f, ft 7 - . n ... .417 and Then Try Out Series of New Plays. . . . 4 The Mues.-els continued their climb towards the middle weight bad in the 1 . . . ?.?,?. local football held yesterday. wnen 2o0'ithey defeated the Szabos by a count of F to S. The winners scored their f.f," points in the tirst half while the f, 7 ! Szabos made their touc hdow n in the 07' last half when Crimmir.g crossed the line after grabbing he '...all. which had been fumbled. Straight football was plaed in the :t 3 " j first half, bur in the second the Mj es se Is made use of a number 01 trick Tdavs and while thev were unable to .0;. .444 n r ,) . f 1 7 .7."0 .U',7 BIRCKLEY WILL PLAY NO MORE FOOTBALL ! i. . W 1 o i CAMBBIThF. Mass.. o t. Charles K. Brickley. star full b.fk an droj kicker on the Harvard eleven. i lost forever to football and f:i-- a r ' In , 7 1 y, vs. 1 v-. V To be strictlv 1 "in it Your long convalescence from an operation, j for appendicitis, which was performed j Saturday afternoon just abo-;t tune j his teammates, sorely handicapped by I his loss, were finding great difficulty' in u' 1 i i ij 1 a. Mill .1'.. . i 1 1 ' i 1 - son by a scere of 10 to a The sur- j vardrolV HUiSt IB1VC .llSO A peons said the operatir.ji had come out . , . . . . ,.. . verv favorably and that Bri- kb y s : COrrCCt lleTPV IKlt. 1 Oil U IlIKl chances of ncoverv w e, e 1 xc client. g()()S UCW slliipCS CTC. : t;euer sej tium. Prices $2, $3, score, the work is expectevl to enable the men to carrv them through in the net attempt. Bodge. Burkouski a iTOMom r.f: M0TIl(A i'l.V. X HITYfLE TIRES AT Collmer Bros. 107 ViaU At. No. liquet, ifnd. I $3.50 and $5. VIKU House of the Knox Hat. .007 atid Sobielski made the touchdowrs t. .. . . . i . . i . . . . -