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Tiirnsn.w. si:ini:.Mm:R 30, 1915.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES es Win National ID' .1 eosi Defeating JJ.1 it in oston BOUTS BITTER BUTTLES li TURF EVENTS Willard is Ready to Fight DOUBLE PRAGT C LEAGUE STANDINGS WILL BE BOOST TO FIGHT GAME SLATED FOR C 10 illl League By Braves am. JLU d U I RACE RESULTS 1 . i ' 1 iv'3 yttSX? V VV1 ' ' " o V f i jess . ) j Hatrv Icirac Hults. J "irst race, furbngs Noureddin. 3 to 2. won; Humiliation. 4 to 1. sec ond; Marjorie A.. 1 to 5. third. Time 1:13. His Nibs. Solon. Miss Barn harbor, Jem, Sir William Johnson. Silver Moon, Hiker, ur John and Pay Streak also ran. Second rat e, steeph cn as two lfnlr Race Brook. .". t 2. won; Cattery, S to .", second; Abron. 1 to 2. third. Tiine4 :.. Cendale. Little lPu-h. Hurceois arid Karly lacht aiso ran. Third race, 1-L furloims Madam BI HARPER I Rule Should be Universal or Otherwise Sections That Adopted It Would Kill the Sport. But Two of Races Are Finished and All Four Go Into Split Heats Mary Putney Gets S1 0,000. Workout Scheduled for This Morning and Game With Freshmen in After noon. Hermann. '. to wn 6 to 5, scond; Sand ; Tom Mark. l'.lw ard. I to s. 1 'oil nsel, T. Pike- third. Time -l:es. Good Nolli. Dr. Gremrr and Eddi Pet. .6 S3 .6 4. ..",G1 .4 4 9 .Un .30 .270 .52 .arts .534 .477 . 4 7 3 .17 . 4 b ..",71 .o3 r .... .314 .4 S3 .463 .311 0 0 H I'rank (i. Mcnke. ?Ci:V 01:1c. S j-t. .",'. Ie-ision fights vT tf.e l' round route in New VorK stat- prb;ibly would kill the boxing c'sTiif h'-re unless a similar law were iHs-cii in all stato. That's un doubtedly the r asin why the state boxing eotumi--ion has iiiorcl the hundreds of thousands f requests that rtfercs be permitted to render ilcisi. ns-. Norte of the privnt day champions wiiild risk his title bj.- appearing in a. Nu York r i n tr for 1 rounds only if the division rule were in fvrre. Hvcn tho leading aspirants for champion ships would halk at offers fur '..outs, and the only lights that would ho staged hero would be lutwrc;. Jub pugilists. Jess Willard prohahly wouldn't ru.i tho chame of lo.-imr his crown by Jii.'hting in a 10 round decision hout. Willard is not a boxer. He rarely shows up well in a 1 round bout. A smaller, inferior man might he able to keep out of Willard's way for 10 rounds and if h- outpointed him v ould w in the championship, although Willard might he the far better fighter in 11 Ion;; bout. lYeddie Welsh would stay away from these parts if decision lights f ro permitted because Freddie prob ably would lose his lightweight title in his very first bout here. Sinco he won tho championship. Welsh has en gaged in no-decision bouts with Willie Kitchie, Charles White and others and each time ho was decisively bea ten. Hut because derisions were bar red, and Freddie still is champion. The same thing goes concerning Johnny Kilbane. The featherweight king who has gathered unto liimself some many thousand shekels through no-decision bouts here and elsewhere, would co elsewhere in future, rather than take a chance on losing his title by points in lo rounds. I(vJ-:or.s Would p.oom lloxing. There is no denying the fact that the rendering of decisions would ben efit tho tight game immensely but the adoption of that ruie must be uni versal to prove a boon. If it were put into operation in N'ew York state only it would mean the killing of pu gilism and the booming of it in states where decisions v. ere barded. The fbht triune has been lealt a 'rushing blow bv those no-deoisioii v. u I?ton 9f 41 Ix.troit jH :?. 'hhag S'.i o 1 Washington ...... 2 New York 6 1 St. Ivouts 62 7 Cleveland T.T '.?, Philadelphia t lx national Li;a i:. Philadelphia 7 S Post fin 7 P.rooklyn ' 71 'hicajco . 71 7k Pittsburgh 71 7: St. Louis 7 7'. "ineiniiati SI New York S7 7 ii:ii-:ill i.i:.;n:. Pittsburgh M 'hie tgo sn ; 1 St. i.ouis sr r.; Kansas City so 70 .N"ewar 7.-, 71 Puffa'o 7:: 7S Prooklyn 70 M Paltimore P' 1 " 2 (JAMLS TO HAY. American Jve;igue. 'hiago at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia. National League. Prooklyn at N'ew York. Philadelphia at Poston. Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Imis. Federal league. Kansas City at St. Iouis. Puffaio at Paltimore. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Newark at Paltimore. Games Yesterday laws. The iirhters are reapin; a rich harvest tho champions especially. Ninety times out of a hundred the champs or near champs, when li.irht in for bi guarantees tiiht merely a defensive fiuht. Their sole object is to protect the jaw and heart, stall -Ins through the six. 10 or 12 rounds, as the different state laws provide. Practically very bout during the past two y ar. in no-decision states, in which a champion participated, was a huue disappointment. Champions do riot tiuht in short no-decislon ! vi' raps. Whv sho?ild they? If they actually fo'iubt ihcy would hae toj assume the offei.sive at limes. That ! v'ilil mean tb.it the vulnerable parts of their he ics and lodies woubl be exposed to the risk of a sleep 1 ioducinu prneh. .. nothing to ain lose if be aetuall.v tsion 1 out. S11 ;hy AMERICAN LEAGUE First sarr lMiiladelphi- .200 000 000 2 9 4 Wasninnton ..303 022 00 10 11 0 Davies and Perkins; Ayers and Hen ry, empires Hiidebrand and U"Ioughlin. Secx)nd Kame: Philadelphia .100 000 040 o 5 6 WashinKton . . 1 10 505 53 20 23 5 Sheehan and Perkins; Gallia and Williams. 'Umpires O'Loughlin and Hiidebrand. Chicago 204 203 00213 17 2 Cleveland 101 101 200 6 13 3 Cicotte and Schalk; (lairett, Carter, Prenton, Collamore, Jones and O'Neill. Umpires Connolly and Chill. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia ..300 100 1005 10 1 Koston 000 000 000 0 1 2 Alexander and Burns; Rudolph and Cloudy. Umpires Killer and O'Day. Cincinnati Chicago . . . Lear and and Archer. Smith. . . . 100 020 001 4 10 2 , . .000 001 0225 11 3 Wingo; Zabel. Vauphn Umpires Byron and Brooklvn 010 100 000 2 7 New York 001 000 0001 5 0 Pucker and IVliller. McCarty; Her bert, Schupp and Kocher. Umpires Klem and Kmslio. St. Louis 000 110 0002 3 4 Detroit 000 010 002 3 8 2 Hamilton and A?nev; Loudermilk, ildham. Poland and Stanage. pi res Kvans and Wal ace. Urn- COLUMBUS. O., Sept: r.o. Tho Oram! Circuit races the driving park today were so bitterly contested that but two were finished, and all four went into split heats. The feature event, the Horseman futurity for 3-vear-old trotters, worth $10,000, was won hv the New Lngland filly Mary Putney. She was a J 100 to $60 favor ite before the start, but in the first heat v as sent off on a break and fin ished sixth. The heat was won by Humfast. Mary Putne.v g-ot away on a trot in the next two heats and won. Kussell Boy was a J100 to $20 for the 2:10 pacing stake, but up to the final heat today it looked bad for the backers of the leers stallion. Hal Boy heat him the first heat, then Judse Ormonde took the next two. Kussell Boy managed to out-finish Judge Ormonde in the fourth, the race then heing postponed on account of darkness. Ames Albingen, another odds on fa vorite, came close to throwing his backers, down, losing the first two heats on account of breaks, hut he steadied down and won the next three. Dwight lgan won the two heats of the 2:15 pace easily, the race then be ing carried over. Summaries. Horseman futurity, 3-year-old trot, 3 heats, stake $10,000: Mary Putney (McMahon) . Humfast (Murphy) i) orar o Kantre i .ucionaia i . . . - o Native Spirit (Cox) 9 3 3 Bacelli, Allie Watts, Henry Todd, Bondella. Florence White, The Colo rado Belle. The llojal Knight, Prinel da a 'so started. Best time 2:07 3-4. 2:18 trot, 3 in 5, purse $1,200; Ames Albingen (McDonald) 8 6 King Charles (Heaves) ...1 1 Audrey Grey (Cox) 5 5 Tommy Todd (Snow) 4 2 Judge Jones. Harry Porter, McGregor. Wilkes Brewer also ed. Best time 2:08 1-2. 2:10 pace, 3 in 5, stake $3,000: (Un finished.) Judge Ormonde (Voalentine) 7 112 Russell Bov (Gecrs) 2 4 2 1 Hal Boy (McMahon) 1 2 3 6 Tho Beaver (W. Fleming) ...5 3 4 4 Queen Abhcss, Peter Farren, The Importer and Fred Mack also started. Best time 2:02 1-2. 2:13 pace, 3 in 5, purse $1,200: (Un finished.) Dwight Logan (Valentine) 1 1 Grace D (Lane) 2 Tramp Abit (Jamieson) 7 2 Ross Meith, (Berry) 5 3 Camelia, Pauline Hulda, Gilbert M. and Admiral Dewey II also started. Best time 2:05 1-2. 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 6 2 M . u 3 3 4 Myra start- FEDERAL LEAGUE 5 Chicago 000 10 4 100 6 Pittsburgh 100 110 000 3 7 2 McConnell. Brown and Doolan, Fischer; Allen, Comstoek, Dickson, Barger and O'Connor. Umpires Urennan and Westervelt. A ehampjon ha- and f r tliiMi,' to !'4hts in a oo-ihc should h.- .i-ht Hih- .Mn-r If tl v decision force in all states I o,iii o t h 1 1-, a t !i.rce lighters to 1 champions to their 'itnio Kansas C'itv ..000 001 000 1 6 0 St. Iuiis 01 000 0000 4 0 Packard and Easterly: Davenport. Crandall and Hartley. Umpires Mc Cormic; and O'Brien. be lllt rule weic put into it W o-jbl lie a LZl'eat Hl: me. It would' iii:ht i; would com-1 extend t hetnscl es ; limit. It. wo'uld stop ! t'.ie practice ; champions ol.taininu : money under false preten -es from the fkiis l putting up joke exhibi-1 lions"'. ' i But, alas, there is no likelihood of the state boxing commission unier-i s.'ll adopting the decision rule. And. J o a .esult. the pu-ili-tic i;a:ne is he- online biorc anemic evt v da'. WHITE CALLS OFF BOUT Hold. He U Untitled to a- Much Money a Kilt lib. Buffalo 401 000 020 7 Brooklyn 0 50 010 000 6 Bcdieut. Anderson and BLiir: m ran. Walker and H. Smith. pire Mullin and Wilhelm. 7 3 1 1 CORBY LOSES GAME TO BR0WNS0N TEAM m tlwauk 'harl:e White .i 1 i IV d T . m e t Wi ; i :i match h t ' :i; i hie demand 'A'hite"?- s 1 i ; i re. and rh.;t in iew of 1 1 : t i : e i ha m p ion t w ntith d to at b-a.-t Kitchie. Wis.. Chie.; he i: e in S pi. : lias i b.ie in a N"o em mo'ie; Mere- I r, i : nio n e na t . White declares i ,s showin z ;r-rainst ' e.ii"s aico. he was ! the a:nou t asked ! Notrr Dame Interhall Clubs Clash on HnU)M)ii 1 acid in Ball Prownson defeated Corby to 3 in a baseball game on Brownson field, Notre Dame, yesterday afternoon. The Brownson battery was Tea Mond. Ferran and Schmidt and Foley, while Iilley ami Keenan we:e on the points for Corby. Freshmen made up the greater part of the Brownson lineup while there were several of last year's varsity and freshman players on the Corlcy nine. The varsity men, who played with PHILLIES CAPTURE NATIONAL PENNANT Victory Oor Iltn Bravo Assures. Them of Chance in Scries. BOSTON. Sept. 2ih Philadelphia nailed,the National league pennant to the mast today by defeating the Braves 5 to 0. Pat Moran, for the big game, sent (trover Cleveland Alex ander, hid big ace in the hole, to the box and Alexander held the Braves to one hit. f!av;v Cravat h, the well known fence buster, drove out a home and a double and Paskert got a triple. Pat Moran was so joyful when Alexander fanned Comptoo, the last Brave, in the ninth, that he threw about 50 baseballs into the stands. The fren zied fanatics took them home to gild and frame. The Phillies started right off in the first inning. Stock fanned, but Uancnuft singled. Parkert walked. 'Cravath hit the first ball pitched to right field for a home run. It was his 23rd homer of the season. Alexander opened the fourth with a double to left. Stock sacrificed him to third, but he was out at the Pia.'e on Bancroft's blow to Kvers. Paskert tripled, sending Bancroft all tho way around. Cravath's double and Luderus' single added the final run in the seventh. Through his manager, Tom Jones. Jess Willard has announced that he Is ready to enter the ring with any of t he white heavyweighLs in the country, providing they are really serious in eh allenging him and will make it worth while financially. In making the ann ouncement attention is called to the fact that Corbett did not enter the rin g in a cliallenge bout for three years after he had won the championship and that Fitzsimmons likewise rested after defeating Corbett. This was in the way of refutation that Willard waa dodging some of the top-notchers in the heavyweight class. It is expected that arrangements will soon he mado for a hout. BOWLING SCORES CITY LI2AGU1;. HULLIE & MIKKS Van Kirk Hickey . . Stephan . Hullie ... l'.S 146 15S 119 Richards 179 137 173 145 132 216 170 173 126 171 176 4S5 492 439 422 571 .. 780 PONIES 131 Totals . . . . ORPHEUM C. Mohn 180 Dome 112 Soderberg 143 Cramer 163 W. Rostiser 155 S03 826 2409 167 152 131 187 148 145 169 187 184 459 424 464 441 526 Totals 753 768 793 22. '4 CONS. LIFE PONIES Yockey 139 210 227 576 Barth 146 206 130 482 Witmer 170 161 162 493 Sharkev 169 193 166 528 Feistkorn 175 159 159 493 Totals 739 929 844 2572 DARUEENS UNITED Huppert 15S 190 136 4 84 Fahlstrom 155 185 179 519 Atvas 1 72 222 157 551 H. C. Morrison.. 179 166 141 486 Schmidt 192 2,12 195 599 Totals 50 975 80S 2639 GILT EDGE MacKlyn 146 19 156 4 91 Hershenow 15 ISO 185 523 Alby 211 14T 164 f.2 8 Yoder 147 17:: 1 47 467 Shock ITS 1S2 138 49S Totals S48 S69 790 2507 MISH. K. & S. Bauerline 167 154 133 4 54 Starv-k 134 180 I9u 510 Tramer 1 72 177 149 19s Barth 149 159 117 4 25 Beebe 201 191 131 523 Totals 823 s67 720 2410 JIMMIE A: GOATS Ambos 1 4 1 150 2o5 4 96 Miller 146 128 153 427 Centlivre 183 1 78 139 500 Henss 175 173 190 538 Goat 152 167 172 491 Totals ' 797 796 859 2452 K OF C Kock 142 17 1 70 4 99 Englebrum 1 84 1 76 1 92 552 Flanagan 196 1 73 176 54 5 Lucas 171 158 169 49S Waters 1S4 201 169 554 Totals 877 S95 876 2658 1 1 Noggle 143 158 1 57 458 Andress 115 129 1 52 376 Bredemus 151 188 1 85 524 Hart 193 196 1 74 563 Handicap 112 112 112 336 Totals 871 899 520 2690 FACTORS Keller 133 135 149 417 J. Holland 103 51 64 418 Schuell 127 136 138 401 Garland 116 129 ISO 425 Olson 141 147 117 405 Handicap 217 217 217 676 Totals S37 815 830 2542 BILLS Barnhart 164 115 132 411 Beyers 149 160 178 487 Stephenson 147 142 121 410 Turner 108 154 137 399 Kies 138 142 138 418 Handicap 173 173 173 519 Totals S79 886 879 2644 jewi:ls Hinkle 147 149 132 42S Hecht 82 111 128 321 Probst 121 93 79 293 Birk 131 104 95 326 Obrlen 84 117 98 299 Handicap .. 374 374 358 1106 Totals 939 9S8 390 2773 land also ran. Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth Cock O The Walk. 6 to 1. won; li hore. 3 to 1. second: Flitter Gold, t to 5. third. Time- 1:46. Gainer, Holi day, Kunce and Tartar also ran. Fifth race, mile and 7 yard. Ka- gle. 8 to 5, won; Ambrose. 7 to 5. sec ond; Ben Quinee. even, third. Time 1:44 1-5. Gol. Ashmeade, Sinai. Nep this. Borax. Jawbone, Sionehcnge. J esse jr.. and Mary Warren also ran. Sixth race. 5 furlongs St. lsidor, even, won; Murphy. 4 to l. second; Hem em be ranee. 1 to 4. third. Time 1:00. Favour. Divan. Billy McGce and Polroma also ran. c. a. c li;agci:. SOX Draper 113 Zipler 142 Hobertson 130 Campbell 160 Greiger .: 128 Handicap 151 atli:hs' lkac.ui:. Corby, Motts. were ('apt. Sheehan, Kline and JERRY V0LKERS REPORTS The cames I THE STORE FOR MEN WW S I II N ( .TO N A V UN U I'. IS Al-TI'Il CAMKS. All Star foothall team with teams averaging 11 For information inquire of Khoutsong. 10 30 Oak st. The of the All Star team is as follows: Me.vcr, Rhoutsong Joe. Edner, Broh ing. l-'inch. Johnson. Soderberg. Pomeranz. "Mike." Brinzer anC Frank. wants years. Nohle lineup The UNION THl'ST CO. will pay I', from Octoler 1st on all savings deputed prior to (KtoN'r V2th. U0 S. Main St. Advt, i i " i I.'. I ) 'tj:'. 4, P" .'AMMAMM ffc - ' ' - I mmm Tlie very UTMOST in beer goodness TigerIBrew urn - rr . " -. In Mi tnd good chti Telephone for a case today. Bell 780. Home 7780. SOUTH BEND BREWING ASSOCIATION. Brother of Notre Dame Star Out for High Team. Football prospects at the high school, were given a boost yesterday afternoon, when Jerry Volkers, broth er of John Volkers, a member of the Notre Dame squad, reported for duty to Coach Metzler. Volkers has been av.ay at pre,) school in Wisconsin for the past three years and owing to his experience and speed will be given a try at the baekheld position before long. Metzler gave the squad the stiffest scrimmage that the team has indulged in this season, when he worked the squad yesterday afternoon for over two hours trying new formations against the scrubs. The backtield of the lirM team was chanted considerably. With Mohn I still at quarter. Metzler has placed i 1 Tndlay at full and O'Connell and ' 01on at the halves. Parks, center on the first team, is I laid up and 'Larry" Donovan is being ' tried at his position. In last night's showed up well on the lacked proper form on HOHN! practice he ! defense but ; the offense. The tirst score on the team was only able to reserves but twice, while the scrubs turned the trick once. Metzler is taking no chances on the game Saturday, with Wakarusa, and is preparing trick plays and forma tions, to ui-e acainst the down stater.. He plans to take about -0 men on the trip, and they probably will make the journey in automobiles. "7.uke" Zilky. who has undetermined as to whether to return to Iikc For est academy or not. made up his mind yesterday when he left fur Lake For esi at -:5y o'clock. Fulton . 170 I ."' 1 5 0 4 70 McCurdv 140 l.-.l 1.15 40G Butler .... US 159 122 414 Hagertv Ill 104 nt "62 Krau 142 126 12S C96 Handicap 239 239 '2?. 9 725 Totals IMP. 001 921 275 HARDS Hofrnan 0 5 79 100 24 4 Voorde lot5 5 0 HI 217 Shirk 130 119 159 408 Osborne 106 156 15S 420 Ackerman 134 156 1S4 474 liandicap .'115 315 31 5 945 Totals S56 S75 977 270S PHONG S Christ man 1 57 1 16 1 40 413 Totals CCBS Bruggner Sailor.s . Hibberd Adler . . . B rugger 2 09 Handicap 136 824 154 9 9 12C 16S Total S95 s rci)i;B.Kj:u AXLES Witwer 13S Dalton 157 Thielens 107 Cotter 129 W. II. Studebaker. 133 Handicap 150 Totals S14 RIMS i.ickelhaupt 127 Kimble . . . Gunter . . . Wiekenden Zilky Handicap . Totals . . .120 .13 4 112 .171 130 794 14T 117 373 124 1 ! ! .'99 170 15S 43S IS 2 200 5 42 114 155 397 lrtl 107 4S5 902 930 2656 134 129 417 136 116 351 179 131 439 203 134 505 149 204 562 .136 136 408 937 S50 2682 LEAGUE. 150 155 442 145 110 411 154 149 410 S7 149 365 14S 13S 419 150 150 450 S 33 S51 249S 170 171 468 175 113 408 175 124 433 114 119 34 5 18 3 160 514 130 130 390 947 817 2558 IiOulsiIIo Hrsiilts. First nice, 6 furlongs Mex, $20.00. $7.90. $3. SO, won; Mars Cassidy, $3.60, $3.00. second; Darearmcn, S3.0O, third. Time 1:14. Billy Joe, Haw thorn. Buck Keenon. The Sprit and Welcor also ran. Second race. 5 1-2 furlongs Flos sie Walker, $78.50. $22.50. $9.80, won; Incitation, $12.90. $S.10. second; Shine, $31.30. third. Time 1:09 3-5. Irish Wit, Some Reach. That's Me, Ethel Welles, Col. MeNab. Sauterelle and Huf faker also ran. Col. McNab finished first, but was disqualified on a foul. Third race. mile Lady Botha, $6.20, $2.70, $2.60, won; Kd Crump, $2.60, $2.50. second; Dr. Iarrick, $2.90. third. Time 1:39 3-5. Tran sit, Commanada. Bcaoh Comber and Lou Blue also ran. Fourth race, 6 furlongs Prince Hermis, $1S.30 $7.10, $4.20, won; Vogue, $11. SO, $6.4C, second; Panza reta. $5.40, third. Time; 1:13 1-5. Little Nephew. Converse. Roseoe Goose, Grover Hughes. Bringhurst, Conning Tower, Iron Mark and Han ovia also ran. Iron Mask and Han ovia added starters. Fifth race, 6 furlongs Taka, $26.30, $19.80, $8.40. won; Pavmastcr, $9.80, $5.20, second; Riflo Shooter, $4.10, third. Time 1:14 3-5. Harry Gardner, Muriel"s Pet. Mary IL, Black Beauty, Pctlar, Father Kelly. Savino, Gypsy Blair and Illuminator also ran. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth Mockery, $S.50, $5.10, $3.60, won; Grosvenor, $10.00, $6.60, second; Flit away, $4.40, third. Time 1:47 2-5. White Crown, Africa B-eau. Water proof, Orange, Bank Rill. Fels, F. A. Weigle, Vercna, Furlong, Chilton King and Counterpart also ran. Seventh race, mile and 70 yards Sleeth, $11.0.0, JS.OO. $5.50, won; Bo nanza, $12.70, $7.40. second; Wilhite. $5.90, third. - Time 1:40. Little String. Jessie Louisa. Resign. Gold crest Boy and Miss Thorp also ran. o.i(h Harper h;i lib r-t wnrkoii: son to dale for ih- t - men on t'artbT h : i S " 1' tile Notre firbl i. tho sea - :tl:nr .1 ..otb:ill I '.urc v.irsi- l.iy. was both .-.cs-ior.s. th inornmc and cla .-h;r. i; u it h thi a rs;t v freshmen this afternoon. The Kame with the freshmen will take on the proportions t a regular sea me. There will be four quarters of ten minutes length each, and a hard contt st. is expected. The yearlincs are scheduled to clash with the varsi ty on Tuesday afternoon, but they were considerably banned up as a re sult, of the scrim ma ue last Saturday afternoon and Coach Harper decided to hold the scrimmage off until today. Instead he sent his first and second varsity elevens acainst each other in an hour's scrimmage. Just what this morning's program will be, the coach has not announced, but he said yesterday afternoon that the men woubl be given a rather st if workout. There was no scrimmage on Cartirr field yesterday afternoon, but the men were given a lone, session at the tack ling duniniv, both in tackling and in bloekiiiK". Followinc: the dummy workout three learns were through fast signal drills. There were two changes in makeup of the first team again -ent night. Llward was. not out lyouie" Wolf, the South Bend was at his position at left end. han was moved back to his old th., last and boy. Slep-rlact at left tackle on tho first eleven, re placing "Hoof King. Phelan was again at quarterback for the firsts, with Bergman piloting the second and Dorais running the third team. The first game of the season is that with Alma college here Saturday. It is toward the hard game with tho Haskell Indians here tho week follow ing that Coach Harper is pointing, however. NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS PAY PLAN FOR BIG CROWD A movement has been .started here by graduates of Indiana university and followers of the crimson and white footlsall team to attend the game between I. U. and Washingtoi and Lee at Indianapolis on Oct. .10, in a body. Tho contest at Indianapolis is expected to ho one of the best play ed in the state this fall and tho at tendance will far exceed that of any other similar contest in Indiana. Committers in every city have been appointed to make arrangements for tho game, J. Elinor Peak being chair man of the St. Joseph county com mittee. The game is expected to be the college' athletic classic of the state. Seats will bo on sale Oct. 4. Read NEWS-TIMES Want Ads QUALITY SHOP Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers. The nig Storo, Opposite the Street Car Station. JllS Thin OU never knew what a youngster is going to dc to his clothes, even when he has on "his Sunday best." In our Great Boys' De partment you will find clothes that will stand the rough and tumble without sacrifice in either appear ance or style, SUITS WITH 2 PAIR PANTS, $4 AND UP. PIRO trio LiiA(;ri:. STARTERS French US 92 Shirk 154 121 Beaudway 117 114 Handicap 157 157 Totals 346 ('ARB U RATO R S Burk 167 Marvn 116 Kurck 135 Handicap 154 4S4 123 143 154 13 6 1o o 121 157 r 140 86 157 154 34 6 398 352 471 I CURE Diseased, Discouraged MEN Disease is Robbing You Every Day. 1567 1 430 O Q O 435 462 Totals 572 510 537 1619 JOHNSON WOULD START GAMES OCT. 8 Arrangements Can be Made to (Jive Both Teams a Day of of Rest. CHICAGO. Se: t. 3i. Pres't Ban Johnson f the American league, who will leave for the east this week to attend the National commission meet ing that will arrange for the baseball series, today said that he preferred to have the contest start on Oet. S. "I see no reason '.vhy that date should not be acceptable to every body," said Prcs't Johnson. "Tho Philadelphia and Brooklyn teams have an open date on Oct. 6 and they can easily play off their Oct. 7 game on th;.t date The American league lias already arranged to double up the poston-Nw York game of ct. 7. That arrangement would give both the world's series teams a day off. "Also b;. starting the series OS Oct. S. it will be possible to schedule two games in one citj on Friday and Sat urday, leaving Sunday for the easy jump to the other city for the third and fourth games. To open on Oct. would necessitate playing Saturday and Monday in one city and then jumping over night to the other." WILL PLAY SATURDAY Regulars and firace M. 11 Team Will Rattle at Singer Park. At a meeting of the .secretaries of the ward leagues held last night in the office of V. B. Barnes, municipal director, it w;is decided to play the final and deciding game of the series for tho city championship on next I Saturday at Singer park. The Regit- lars and the Grace M. K. team are i tied for first place in the standing of the teams which contested for the title. The game will itarL at 2:30 o'clock promptly. (t your brain power, y-ur nerve fyrce, your teijilv strMi?th. Mini in a sJeirt tin." vt j. . ..!--ure In the wir!l will be Molen f:..:n y..-i. .u rn.iy deliy but yoar .lis. -as., will i:ot. A'.'T J'O I'AV; Vhy live an 1 lhi-r w :: .i rur- is at hand Ci.it will f.rir.g you ibalth. Hai;i:::-- rr. I S ii-, ess? Kenlt (iuaranteeis in Cari .rerptl. Inside rr Istord. uirkrt C'urr Tliat stay t'ura Loft Irle cf Any Keionilde p ialit. ti: X J it w THIS Is MY I'KTlKi:. No change of fa-ce troin time to time in my nnounnif nt. same Doetor. You know who in responsible for your cure. The onI i;luic Mon'B MttH-ialitt in town wiio sees, .- umineH and trt-Aln mi personally is nernianeDtl loeated litre. Don't let false priile or nvoney matters uml .'In n r i ry or I no Junker :iv wl.il "1 "an HAVi; IhM;.-' I j!.1Ve !..;.! ni"n in all Wii!k .f ! :irj.-e bnt vliy Hi -t yol Not a leIial ("onipan. No 1 1 i r Iotrs se, Jxamine 1 rrat ou. Over 11 ars a phsi iaii; IK j fr a specialist. 'iy l'ot iraIuate work anil clinical e per irin attest. I it m nt a "so-rtIIea." "n.tke believe" or "Tlionev " Sp ia!it. kep von from Rettinjc well a I hm a system t rontidential. uhi h von can begin treatment I AM TIIK IMHUi MAN'S D()( ami pav me as TDK AND AM von i mi. I; er v t lilng ri;oi i or i r. My treatment restores the Iodle Nerves tliat control tbe pelvic nutrition. No Knife. No I'ain. No of lllooil. No Detention from llusiness. No Danserous i;letrie shocks. No l'uhlicity. Meilicine I urnisheil. r. a y nt. 1 i ilv i! I . . e J a !l e I w :. v i mi'r"t" er Cat at h w t I j ri a!iT fake NKWI.Y ( ON TK At ti:d Don't wait until nature Rives ran ami nerve. KX'PKKIKNTK is what count in curini; these have had mre than PJ vear' p-riMj"e. vmi will Hueesful. Keii.ern!T. t-iat you are n-t ast....l t" V failures. If l-ur ae will Tx.f vkM t" n:.v tr. Mini' tirt fxniin.-itiTi. and will fraikly te'I yti caire of yourself. DIsLAKs ll( KI. I KI.D. wa ami the lis-as lisnr(;anie Import nt o r- STH TIIK I.KAJv NOW. IhousJixls of niru have been . . I . I . t ! . . i n ..... i . ...i.I 1 1 . . t. I If 5u are afflicteil with any Acute, t hronic. Nervous. IlliM.a or out r tel Diseases, stomach. Liver. Uheumatism. Varicoele. I'n tae KnlarK-ment. strict ure. Hydrocele, Kidney. It!aMer. I rinary. Kectal Disorders or hm other Weak ness. Defect or Diease of the IVlvic Orsaiis, visit me todav. If yuur cae is cur. able I can relieve It quickly and permanently restore vou. 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