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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
AtMc e w V v Confident Fourth Critical UC ere on ot 7Ti:snAV, ocrronnit is, ion. Still Morn Athletic Crew Retains Its Nerve Under Triple Defeat Connie Mack's Men Were Con fident Tuesday Morning That Boston Would Not Break Record by Taking Four. p.v i kwk m i:ki:. R 1ST' N. M is-.. t. l::. "i"' ir jttr.nht" w.n ill B--ti! yl".-".an to (.i antl .U-r. St.illm-j- .-: th.- i:ras in ;in effurt t : t i r : i f I 1 1 what never ba Uen at . om; !:-; -i is: : world' - ri-V5. promivd to -x 1 I'i ! Ru dolph, his -low ball. ruie p;telo r to lie- i:." in. J in tne .itl' iii""!!'- tp.itll-a:;am-L tin- Athlti. i 'iiniii'- Mack u as 1 . 1 1 , 1 i. j.it'h '"nt Fender, his Indian twiibr, and the man who was batted I nun the mound In th- ij-ninir k'aint- Friday. I'pon tin frail shoulders I : -1 1 1 1 -r i t I th- final hope "l rh" Aflibu.H in thir i-sji'i at- .-situation. IIaek-d ;.H;iii--t the wall rl.-. r thai, trp-y - r were in all th- yf.-ti T th-ir v.rld v ri-s c't ri-ii the lukm-n to day rallied th ir itt-i! foues. ami prepared to tn;ht us th nfar hail fiiUtfllt before. The I'ilil i'l llhia!is were out for ldoel am' they were out lor that ame. Ami th'-y m ant to i;-t them hoth. Not li-iir;ii;rl. Fa x n tr the s 1 1 1 i ii tr 1 '' h"!" l,,v- task of winning four straight tranies to win the hik' .shar- of t!i world" h lies spoils, the Athh tir-- were not dis couraged. They :till bad faith in thrms.-Urs. Mill I 1 :-. tio-y were Miperior to their foemen ami ulti mately would tiiumph The Athhtirs lelt ;i's they Ion? t-lt. tli.it they were invincible. and they felt, to.,, tliat they lost Saturd:y' Katn' ami es terday'r? e,ame not l-e.;tue they v-i J. 1. !ed. but because they ollt 1 nke d. The Athh'ti's yesterday liit at a fetter clip than they haw hit simc ;h world's M-rhs opened, ami they hit harder and oftri-r than they hit lor several weeks hefore lh Amer rnn league season clo-.-d. That is om; .f thrir reasons !r onl'alr.M i- and Ii,iie today when .ill s-i mod hop-1-:JM. " stenifil to haw found ur hatting ryes yt'sterilay." .-.dd lMdie 'ollins Tuesday morninu. "'If we can meet the hall today a we did yester day I helieve e will win. r.end'T ill h hack in old time form toda.v and h- will hold the Braves in clieck." Ilra Confident. The con'idem of tin- Mackmen. Kr a4 ,as it was. did not eompare. however, with the llrac-s toda.v. Their three straight virtorie; .or a team that for many years has heen regarded as the Kieatest welded to gether, made the Braves feel that only a liiiraele could rob them of the honor of winning the hasehall chain monship (f the worl-1. They have hit a. a treineiiilyiis din. they have field ed in sensational style throughout, they hae run wild on the bases against Seh.'tntf. the greatest throw -ir;; backstop in the land, and their j.itther-i h'iv imtpitched the Ath letics iji ever one of the three "Why shouldn't we f. el confident and happy"" asked Mirr. StalliitKs Thia ii)rniijir. "The w nole eountry .-eenu d t) navr the iih a before this vries beaii that my teim was a joke, that it simply won because- it vas lucky. 1 pnrss we have convinced ihun to the contrary this time, and eonvin-.-ed them that the Boston Lain, in all around ability, is the su , riot of the so-called peerless Ath ietirs" Tli. re was r probability that Mack miu'lit send Jaek I-app behind the bat tor the Athletics in today's ame. Lapp is a far better hitter than Schanu. who was chosen for world series duty baue of his throwim,'. Ibweer. Seliain's tiroitm in the titst three ;!ni's was a miserable ex hibition. a'i he was slated to do I'-.iuii duty today. Wabli SMar! Wrnn;. Ft was likely that Struck would be bark in center f eld '"or the Atlib ti. s. Wabh. v ho play, d esterday. lid not please the Athb'tirs' ehief tile way he laed. Wal-h p!aal f.-sirly we!! mi i"f Iowd iii the pi innings. 'tA FRcUb IT s 0 ) C!M)L IN IJONTON. liOSTON. net. 1.. Weather: Sunsiiiny, but somewhat cold and windy. I ttteriejj; Bembr and Sehan;', or I,ipi; Cudolph and dowdy. I'robnble aitendance: S'OO. of this number :: l.o'e w ill have seats. and the remainder will have standing room in the back rows of the nleaeh rs. BeUinir: Six to on tint the Braes win the serifs: " to 4 that they win today's tfame. Tn ket sp.M ulators todays sold $?, merits for IL'O eaeh. th.e $2 se;its for SI, each and they could not supply the demand. Iod"s drive went over his head and bounded into the bb arhers for a home run. Had Walsh played deep for the hea y hitting Iowdy. as he should have done, he piob.ibl.v would have grabbed the d:w- before if landed and killed the Braves' charae-i for victory riht tin ;e. llover. the Athb-tics today were more ineliried to blame the umpires for the loss of that aine yesterday than themselves and their several er rors of brain and arm. They deodar that the lth inning of that jranie never should have been ordered to be played 'jcrause of the darkness. And there is considerable weight in the argument of the Mackmen. When the 11th inning ended twilight had settled over the field. Dark in Twelfth. When the last half of the 12th be gan it was so dark that the forms of outfielders were hardh visible, the bleachers looked like a black mass, and een the intielders were a blurr. When Moran bunted in the 12th no one it the stands knew where the ball went until they saw three Ath letics running to a spot near the third 1 ia.se, Bush Baker and Barry ran for the ball. One picked it up. and another i an back to third. From the stands it looked as if the form that had the ball was Baker's ami Barry was the man who stood on the bag waiting to take the throw to catch the man run ning from second. But the official scorers decided that it was Bush who threw the hall and made the wild heave that gave the Braves the game. ThM was found to be true aft er the game was over and Bush was luestio ned. LEAGUE STANDINGS ci iu (;o city si:hii;s. W. Pet. Cubs :l 2 .600 White Sox 2 M .4 00 m:y yokk city si:kii:s. Ciants :: 1 .750 Yankees 1 .1 .2f0 1 1 1 : i i is y i ;s r i : it i a y. Chicago City Scries. White So.v. :l; Cubs, 1. Ndv York City St ies. (liants. 4; Yankees, 1. BOWLERS ENTERTAIN CLUB Antlers and Tails Will Furnish Pro gram Next Week. The Federal and Fawn bowling teams entertained the Monday Nite club at the Flks' temple last evening. A fine musical program, consisting of numbers by Miss Florence White, a Chicago soprano; Louis LThel. pian ist, and Flton Crepeau. soloist, was presented, followed by speeches by Judge C. A. Farabaugh and F. L. Iennis, president of the club. Next week's meeting of the club will be in charge of the Antlers and Tails teams, who are planning some special numbers, among which will be several selections by the Monday Nile club orchestra. ;mi:s Y.Ti:i). Tho Maro'iette Junior football team challenges any team in the city averaging under 1 1 T pounds. For uames call Home phone 1 K."i or Bell phone 171'". between 4 and o'clock in the afternoon. THIS LOOKS LIKE A f lL KGCT TrtAT OF LL Go DcjoM TO 4pw HERE ARE TWO MEN WHO SENT THIRD GAME FOR TITLE INTO EXTRA INNINGS A il putt . y V joi: coxxolt.v. mtAvrs. 11 T (V N It va- J. 1'ranklin Raker wh gave his team n chnnce to forge ahead in the 10th inning in yesterday's game when he drove a single towards Fveis and sent two men home. It looked a.s If Iiaker would once more regain the title of world series hero as two runs looked good to Athletic supporters. Rut it was not to tie. for Hank (Jowdy came long with a timely home run and the Braves were only ono run behind. Then the Braves shoved a man around to third and Connolly came to bat. Here was a chanco for Joe to become a hero. He took a healthy swing at the ball and sent it flying to the outfield. The drive did not fall safe, but it was sent so far that there was no chance to get the man at home and the day had heen saved for Boston. It gave them their chance to win not in the 12th and Connolly although he failed to set a hit must be included In the heroes of yesterday's game. PETER WINS II STRAIGHT HEATS Napoleon Direct Is Only Ser ious Contender in $2,000 Blue Grass Stake Sen. French Surprise of the Day. hKXINGTON. K. Oct. 13. A fter two days of postponement on account of rain, racing was resumed Monday. A program of six events being raced off. The feature was the J2.0O0 Blue Grass stake for 2:10 pacers in which the Pennsylvania stallion, 1'eter Ste phen, who has lost only one race this season, won in straight heats, Na poleon Direct being the only serious contender. The winner was $50 to $23 over the field in the auctions. The big surprise" of the day was the defeat of the Michigan cold. (Jen. French, by Henry Todd in the $2,000 Lexington stake. The winner broke the world's record for two-vear-old WAR MAP, BUT HIH Cori?UETeLT CUT OF SO&lKJe LET "TrtAT I "THfMK: HIM v": -' ComiNiG Op :-v:v:...;V;:;.-?:rrN L. 1 v ' -x ... K ; - v x : , - V ' 1 A&t- V,A .',' w-- a. ' V 4V. 'jVV : gelding when he won the first heat in 2:11 3-4. All six races on the card were won in straight heats. Summary: Two-year-old trot, the Lexington stake, $2,000: Henry Todd, by Henry Setzer- Xowaday, (Lasello) 1 1 General French. B. C. (Miller).. 2 2 Best time 2:11 3-4. 2:14 trot. 3 in 5, purse $1,000: Dago, b g. by Con. Forest- Masten Mare (Grady) ....1 1 1 Signal Boy, b m (Wright) ...2 2 2 Belzona, b m (Voting) 3 3 C Peter Sims, b g (Iiselle ...0 4 3 Vanko. A Her worthy, Henrietta C. June Red also started. Best time. 2:0D. 2:12 pace, purse $1,000: Rastus. br g. by Libertv Boy Georgia Rice (McDonald) 1 1 1 Tilly Tipton, oh f (Murphy) .2 2 2 Torjan. br g (Wilson) 3 .1 Margie Hal. b m ( Rea) 0 3 4 Princess Pat. Tommy D, Wilkie Ri der, Dingola, Miss Miram and Lillian W also started. Rest time 2:T, 3-4. Two-vear-old trot, 2 in 3, Sweep stakes $4.(no: Prelma. b f. by Directum Spier Prelates (Snedecker) 1 1 Polly Overton, b f (Murphy) ...2 2 Rest time 2:10 1-4. 2:10 pace. 3 in .1. stake $2,000: Peter Stevens, b h. by Peter the Grcat-Roxie Allerton (Garrison) 1 1 1 Napoleon Direct, ch.h Kleers) 3 2 2 Camelia, br m , Cox) 2 3 3 Leila Patehen. blk m (Snow) .1 1 4 1 1 IT ISN'T. By Goldberg r I iVvGoifJG cur nro "TO COME fJ?, J CAM EMBGRr- SCO 7 m V M .w 1 la Mr? J j. ruAXKLix hki:u, ATiniTncs. Irene Beau, Ruby K also started. Best time 2:04 3-4. 2:07 trot, 3 in 5, purse $1,000: Joan, br m, by Directum Spier-Sarah Wr (McDevitt) I 1 1 Newsel. b g (Andrews) 2 2 5 Ronzolock, b g (Garrison) ..3 5 2 Bedford Bell, b m (Ames) ..5 3 3 Reusens also started. Best time 2:06 1-2. XILKS. XIL.ES. Oct. IS. Vergil Strong, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Strong, went to Ann Arbor today for an op eration. Tyler Swain has returned from De troit where he attended a reunion of the live brothers of his family. R. Barber has purchased the Star theater and took possession today. Harry 1. Martin, the former owner, left today for Aberdeen, Wash., where his wife has been for some time and will reside there. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Walton have returned from a visit with their son. Jay Walton, at Green River, Utah. While there they observed tho 4 8th anniversary of their marriage. Miss Blanche Woodward has re turned from San Diego, Cal., where she spent six months. Mr. and Mrs. John Renner and son have returned from Chicago where thry were called by the illness of Mrs-. Emma Tyler Hadgedorne, who remains in a critical condition. Mrs. David Brown has returned from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dauphin, at Ridgeton, Ont. Re OF LETS GO together V .-- ;- .Jit t. . V-v: JKi-.-i -:zXXU 7 J m J J BOWLING SCORES TICK) LIlAC.l i: FKXDHBS Humphrey 1 3 s Jacobson 1 3 : Carrel im Handicap iep. bo 13 7 412 1 1 ' " S 41 . 1 i S 14 1 4 4 ' it;: r."7 043 5 1 7 . i i l?S 1 :j 7 :! 12D :;:2 i &; no :i3i j 2 40 ::4u 7 2" 6 0 3 61.1 17 Totals . . . . , STARTERS- French , Beau d way . . Shirk , Handicap . , Totals 114 iur 1U3 2 40 SU'DKllAKKK AXLES Witmer 14S Dalton 104 Thielena 10 0 O'Donnell 132 Deacon 1 n t Handicap 101 lm;ci:. ISO 1S5 14 0 1 0'. ny 101 l ;; t: l :. 140 l r :: 14" 101 4t ". t .10 4 4.1J 414 s : Totals ItKACIIK.S Baxter Khy Ieters I'M son Gunter Handlcaj . . . Totals S9: r i i j v i o no hi 1 ' :'. 134 1 Is 1 1 i 7 4 " 0 410 3!M i : 131 14.1 130 ISO 1S7 1.11 r7 135 101 1ST 921 S72 17 1! 1 1 C. A. KRAVKS c. Li;.(;n;. Messick Lr2 109 Lis 4 7 : Livengood 142 12$ !: .".lot Norsman 143 IKS 103 4'..1 Bruggner 1.17 1 43 1 3 4 4 34 Coqulllard 123 147 1C 130 Handicap .... 147 1 47 1 47 44 ! Totals 870 M7 S2 20 0f ATHLETICS Keeney 161 177 114 102 McVR-ker 110 141 11'.' 370 Murdock 163 190 1 4 2 4 91 Kaufman 153 13$ 1 74 4C7 Tuttle 16o 1 09 1 77 .11 1 Handicap 123 123 123 3C'. Totals 877 !)3S S79 2694 RIVERS WINS HANDS DOWN MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Oct. 13. -Joe Rivers, the Mexican, earned an easv eight-round decision over Frankie Russell of New Orleans here Monday nieht. Rivers did nracticallv all at the lighting and had Russell on the run most of the time. Russell made his onlv showine in the sixth round when he staggered the Mexican twice with rights Hush to the jaw. Rivers staggered Russell a number of times with rights and lefts to the jaw. but Russell sought safety by clinching. LISTLKSS BATTLE. CIXCIXXATI. Ohio, Oct. 13. Tom my Gary and Jimmy Murphy, both of Chicago, foimht 10 "rounds last night in a listless manner. Murphy forced the fighting most of the way. where you arc sure to CJor. 3Ilddgin and Wasliliigton Sts, Phornix IIoso for Mm and Women ADLER BROTHERS On flchi;rnn and Waslilngton Slnco 181. FOR A I S . W W i mm HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES QMLDTiiOP MAX ADLtft fcp .: t;''' Lif Y s PARKLIN G 7Ee result of Yewina an BOTH PHONES IGHENLAUB II MOTBE IWGAME Notre Dame Star Is Sent to Youncjstown, Ohio, to Have His Leg Treated by Bonnset ter Reese. 11. .i d pra- 'i.-e -a ill b. cm Tun, lay, to gt t the N. tte I -an;., player in shape for th" Yab- dm- Sa tm.bty. The Rose Pd te hni- came showed the. r m;1i f th. pasi v-. k's 1 -r drilling, and all the pars cfn wt in fine con.J it ;. and with a few exceptions will all be iui '" r praetieo No time will be h.t ir prepar'". the men for the Vale came. Prac tice will be held everv afternoon .-n 'aitir field. In evenine and .vi rain days. in the l ie ryn;:.asiu:ii. Th- f;.ct that the gymnasium h.' m dirt i'.oor makes it an Ideal pl.o e f r practice as the regular drills can used. Blackboard drill every ee'i: ,g will be another feature of the f v lemaining days of practice. The injured list still claims .)ro of the most alualde players. It doubtful as To whether Rachnian. Rathrop and Ri'henlaub will he In the came. Rachman and Ruhrop have not been in their suits for four fiays and their loss greatly weaken the team. Rut probably the ereat est loss will be felt by the abmce of Eichenlaub. who was sent to Vounc tow n, ).. to take treatments from "Rone Setter" Reee. Eichenlauh in jured ine ot his lee some time ac but it was thought that h had reeov ered and was put In the Re.se came. The irritation caused by the violent exercise made the member worse and it was thought advisable to visit the Ohio specialist. With the arrival of cooler weallu r Coach Harper plans to drive the var sity through two days of serimmace and signal drilling before making the Vale trip. The practices will be be hind (dosed gates and so the anUu fans will be unable to st e their " jm in action before the eastern trip. Ac cording to reports from the east, -.n-thusiasm is running high among ilo fans, and the demands for seats are so great that it is estimated that I'1. OOo people will be present when the ttams meet. STi:ISHIP AIOVEMI'XTS. NEW YOKK. Oct. 13. Steamer sailing today: Ryndam Rotterd.nn. Due to arrive today: Pannonia. from Glasgow; Rybston. from Ply mouth; Merity, from Victoria; Sam land, from London: Marquette, from Rondon; Herman Frasch. fre-m Sa bine; River Delaware, from Smyrna. ii - t ' m ' ! . S v rv A 'i'fV',' I K i ' ' I I To be strictly 4in it" your wardrobe must have also a correct derby hat. You'll find all the good new shapes here. Better see them. F3rices $2, $3, $3.50 and $5. House of the Knox Hat, L 0 4. '-' i ' , ' ! ' MELLOW caraeer in t P orouQi as. mo. ' V' j The Muesscl Brewing Co.