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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES and The Comet Win Race Pri reel een Grace Di A o 17 Dillon HEE-FOH-ÄLL WON II THREE HEATS Famous Pacer Cops 13th Vic tory of Racing Season Every Heat Close. OrnrA Direct. 2:002, won h-r thirteenth rar of the season by t.ikinK the free-for-all pare in ' t-tralght heats at the Inter-State fair Friday afternoon. Aileen I)illon won , tho '2 :24 tret, which required six i heats to finish, and The Comot took the Hoard of Directors $ 1,500 stake f fcr 2:12 trotters. I South P-nd Cirl, driven by H' ir-, peon, pave Grace Direct hr onlyj opposition. In the second licit,; Peek, who piloted flracf Direct. ln.td a great drive on t ti stretcn and overtook South lb nd Girl last in front of the wito. j Hrvsola Ilroaks. j Every heat of the Hoard of Di-i rector stake was hotly contested.' Hr scia. . entered by Wilie r Mycr.-.' of Springfield. O.. broke badly while ( rounding the first turn in the initial! heat, but ram' ;iround the told and won th heat I i Tho Comet was forced to trot the! j-econd mile lit 2 : 1 0 1 i to win !iy 1' than a length. In the last heat als-! the Mj f ts entrv give The Comet a ! race, but l.v lud the nres.siry brush to win. although 'the finish was oloo. : Peter Hilliken. owned by W. A.' Paeon. Callion. Ala., found the tra k 1 too hard to do his trotting. llej hoM.3 the world's record for four and Fix heat rares on a half mile track, but third money was the best he could do here. Itae Six Heats. Six heats were raced in th.- 2:24 trot before Alleen Dillon could get the no essary three wins. Pillv Cul len drove Klizaheth D., owned by T. W. Heady of Niles. to victory in the nrst two heat?, which were the Listest of the race. The Dillon horse won the. third, and I'h.'an Hrook. not considered a contender In the first three frames, won the fourth. Harry Hoffman took the pole with I'hlan Hrook on the tir.-t turn in this hat. and led the field all the w a y. Tho additfon of this heat helped Aileen Dillon, who seemed to more endurance than Headv' Todays Races 'SOX 'ROOKIE' WINS four harness races and one run ning rare comprise the card for this afternoon at the Inter-State fair. On account of the large card, the first rac will start at l:?.Q. Six horses will stay., in the stude baker Corporation $1,500 stake for 2:12 pacers. The entries are: High land Las:e, John It., Miss Fagle. Duile J.. Captain Heir-at-Law and Joe McK. The z :I9 trot will have six start ers, most of whom have been peon ( League Standings VER ATHLETICS Wilkinson Pitches First Big League Game and Shuts Out Mackmen. in other trofti:ig events during the PHILADELPHIA. Sept. w ek e Ifl Will riilluiwt fif IV-n-l Strong, Iiatzle. Vi nla' Walker and Moving The ah. Zelnia Hrooks, Guy Picture. The consolation pace will be foV horses who have not " been in the money this week. Topeka Hell. College Hoy. Anna the Grint. and Vtrr.ii V. will start. I our entries have for the 2:11 pare. I Pir.glo. Golden Helle j a nd Sifter Norte. I The running race I I urlonir dash, for a 13. Er rors by Dugan and Vingo, fol!owecl by timely Chicago hitting, cave the visitors Friday's same with Phila- i delphia in the first inning. The scoi" was 7 to 0. Roberts and Noyes pitched well, II Collins' triple re- i suiting in the only run the lenders .-cored after the first inning. Wilkin- ! son made his tirst major league ap been received W'-iranre in the box for Chicago and Thev are He-l brilliant support in the closing in- Haron Watts. I ninKS helped him I locals. Score: win be a Ave1 . (;,.ii,;;a(;o7 .1. -uIIiih, rf purse of Jloa i i:. Collins, -i, shut out the C Hi BYGREA S N H Ccme From Behind and Nose Out Braves in Close Game. CINCINNATI. Sept. in. Hy a strong hatting rally in the ninth in ning, the Reds nosed out the Hos tons. Friday, 0 to f.- Klier was hit hard in the third inning, when .Bos ton scored four runs. After three hits had filled the busvs with one out in the eighth. Fisher relieved Filer and forced in a run by walk ing the next batter, but then settled down and struck out the side in the ninth inning. The Beds scored in the first and pot two more in the fourth on Kopfs single, Duncan's double and a hit by Rariden. In the last half of the ninth Duncan led off with a triple and Ruether walked. have! Rariden forced Ruether, but Mageo on-'tripled to left and Bath's single to try. She won the fifth heat handily. I rieht score! the winning run. Score: WVaver. .'it . .l:i k -on, If . IVlscl.. ,t .. ;iii11I. 1! .. IMsberj;, ss . Schälk, e ... Wilkinson. I a p.: . . l . a . 4 . i . 4 '. a It. 1 II. 1 O. A. purse j 1,00ft : bv Wal- and the sixth heat. with I'hlan i Hrook eliminated, was a procession. Miss Winters. carrying 115 pounds, won the four furlong run ning race from Allen W.. carrying the same- weight, and Ofria'a Child, arr ing 10 9. Summary: Hoard of Directors $1,."0 0 stake for 2:12 trotters: Comet, ch. m., by Crenu (Davis) ) 1 1 1 Hrescia, b. m , by Bingara ( Stokes 1 2 2 2 Peter Billiken. eh. ni.. by Peter the Great (Liver. Sturgeon 2 "1 ?, Tirnt 2 : 1 4 . iMO-. 2:ll'i. 2 : 1 0 . Free-for-a 11 pace. Gract Direct. !. in ter Direct Beck 1 1 1 South Henl Cirl. blk. m.. by Great Heart (Sturgeon)... 2 2 2 Robert Paire. s g., by Th Arthur (Phillips) 3 ?, 3 Tim' 2:07;. 2:07. 2:ttiV 2:24 trot, purso 4''0: Ailcen Dillor. b. rn.. by Allerson (Creasy)... 2 2 1 3 1 I Elizabeth D. b. in., by Vlce Commodore (Gullen) 1 1 2 2 2 2 th!.;n Brook, blk. h. by Justic Hrook (Hoffman) 3 3 3 1 3ro Roy Coatsman. b g.. by Coatsman (New well) 4 4 4 4ro Iamalor.e, ch. m.. by Conster.aro (Haw kins) 3 3 3ro ina Bond. br. ni . by Th Bondsman (Gu- liosroN IWckel. 3! . . ltrtwllngj. 2t Powell, rf ... Nutter, if Belke. II Carroll. If Mi ran vi lie. ss I ' .Nell, c j w.I. Smith i Cow dy. e ! I-'Hiinciin, p . , Ali. K. 0 1 t 0 o 0 o 1 o o I II. 1 4 1 II o I 0 1 o. 1 1 o 1 ( a o I 0 Tot n 1 :i7 ." (ne out wli-n winning run xxH.itfed for ('Neil in th CINCINNATI- IJatli. 21 Paubert. 11 ... lloiisli, cf Neal... rf Kopf. KS Duncan. If . . . . Si-hrleber. .".! . xUuejlar xx.I. L. Smith 'lno. c , Knrl-Un c .... xxxSee Kller. n ! Pislier. J xxxxMagei xxxx(ir!' Totals AH. Ii. 1 0 I) 0 1 ö 0 o o 0 1 o o 0 1 12 scored II 0 1 1 o 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 o (). n 4 0 1 O 0 o 1 o o 0 10 Totals a I,IIILAIKM,IIIA Ali. IlU'h. rf 4 Wince. If 4 ; riff l ii. li a H eNli. , f Gillowav. ., Wltt 1 iHigan. .) a xxltiirrus 1 Pvkex. 11 -J xitVa;ker 1 Perklnn, c o Styb-s. :: wxxltnrns 1 'ork. p l Robert, p zStrunk o N''H. p ( ..Kinney I) 1 0 1 1 1 a o l I) o l 10 ii. 0 0 1 1 I) o 1 0 a 1 (I 0 1 I) o 0 o I) 1 :? l 1 I . 1 0 0 II It (I 0 o 4 1 4 17 A. O 0 o 1 4 o 1 0 4 O 0 :t o .NATIONAL LEAGUE. STATES JOHNSON PIRATES STAGE FUTILE RALLY AND PHILS WIN Won. Lost. (Mnrinrmt! Vs 40 Nwr York 7;t 4.J Chicago 0 PittaLurc ' U2 ProoUyn r,i t Jioston 7j St. Leult 47 70 Philadelphia 45 7'j AMERICAN LEACilL. Won. Lept. P!iir:. -j 45 I'level.-md 7 1 5- Petrolt 72 .-.5 New York u St. Louis ...01 (.2 Tehton CCl 'luddngtcn i 4'.J 7'j Philadelphia .5) j'. A.MIIKICAN AS0( JATION. Won. I. cht. St. Paul t,2 Kiinsas I'lty 7ö 07 Indlnnnp(!li T'j .a L u i vi lie 7. (',:; ColninttuH 07 17J Minneapolis 03 7.1 Toledo TU'. Mllwuukee 5.1 .GS7 SCI .7.21 .513 .4 Ml .40'.) SHOULD RESIGN Colonel- Ruppert Says Ban Ought to Quit After the Revelations Made. Pet. .'147 .7 ..-07 ..".OS 1 .4!0 . .."i; .270! Pet. .Ota I ..Vs ! . Owl) I .G'U j expressed Friday .40:; pert, part owner .T.x) oS4 lLSTLimAY'S KKM LTS. N'Htlon.nl Iynffur. PMii. "; Cincinnati. . New York, 0; St. Louts. ... Itr.-nklrn. 1-5; Chinigj, Ii I. Pbllndelphh, Ü; Pittsburg. Ö. Auierlrun Ieaf ue. Cblifo, 7; I'hll.Klelphin, 0. Detroit, (r; Yaihlnjjton. 4. St. Iar.iis-New York, r.tln. Clevelan!. 4; Hoston, :. American Arlatton. Kansas City, l.": Columbus :). Minneapolis. 4-1; Toleto. 7-tl. St. Paul, s; Indlnnap'ills, 1. Milwat:kee, 7 : 'Louisville, o. GAM KM TODAY. National league. Philn.Ielphla at l'lttsburp. Hostoii ;it Cinriunati. UrrHiklyn nt Clilnico. New York nt St. Louln. AiwrlcRu Iiiuf. Detroit nt Vahln?toii. Cleveland at Uoston. Olih-.ifc'o at I'litlailelphl.i. St. Iouis nt New York. o! u o 0 n Totals .11 O 5 : x Patted for Galloway In Oth. xxlbitted fr Putfan in Dtli. xxxBnthtl for Dykes In fth. xx xx Patted for Styles in fth. zPatt-d for Uoberts In 7th. zzltatted for Neves In 9th. Chi. ;;o COO 010 0007 Philadelphia 04l 000 lioO 0 Two -base hits Ve:ivr. ' Hlsbere. Thrre-ba.He hit K. telltns Sacrlfi.-e fly Johnson. Double plays Dykes and Gallowav; Dvkes. (ialloway nnd (irif tin: Wlikinson. Schälk and Gaud 11. Left on baM's Chicago .1; Philadelphia. 10. Panes on balls ('iff Wilkinson. 0: off York. 2: ofT Xove. 2. Hits Off York. 4 In 1-3 limine: on Roberts, ü In 0 2-.1 In nlfts: off Nyes, none in 2 inning!. P.r nrs Ptisan 2. xVingo. Struck out Py Wilkinson. 1; by Roberts, 1; by Noyes. ?,. Losing pitcher York. INDIANS BEAT RED SOX WHEN JONES WAEKENS BOSTON, Sept. 13. Jone-? weak ened in the last two innings Friday, allowing Cleveland to come from behind and win from Boston. 4 to 3 A pass to Wambsganss, Smith's sin gle. O'Neill's double, Coveleskie't single, a pass to Graney, Chapman's strike out and Speaker's sacrifice three runs in the . NEW YORK, Sept. 12. If Ban Johnson, American league president, has any sense whatever o! the fit ness or the unfitness of things, he'll quit his job, was the opinion by Col. Jacob Rup of the Nov.' York Yankees. Johnson's throne Is about to top ple anyway, according to Ruppert and abdication now would be a timely act. The legal action started by the Yankee owners to prevent Ban from '. Interfering with Pitcher Cxrl Mays I ended Thursday with a hearing be i fore Referee George Gillespie- The testimony is now in the hands of Su preme Court Justice Wagner. The final hearing brought a statement from Johnson that he owned stock in the Boston team, as well es the Cleveland club. "Johnson t-hould rrsigrn after these disclosures," Ruppert said to day. "He has a long time contract and it would be hard to unseat him. but the club owners, after learning the methods pursued by Johnson in directing the League affairs and aft er hearing that he owns stock In several clubs certainly will take ac tion to curb his power and make the board of directors more than a figurehead." PITTSBURG, SpL 13. Philadel phia defeated Pittsburg here Friday. 6 to 5. The locals staged a rally in the ninth inning that fell one short of tying the ecore. Miller was knocked out of the box in the sev enth inning after yielding six runs on sl hits- Cantweli held the Pi rates to four hits until the last in ning, when an error was followed by a single, a triple and a sacrifice fly, scoring three runs. Score: PHILADELPHIA AH. 11 CallHhnn. If I Plackjurne. Lb Willlarus, cf Mensel, rf .... Ludern, lb .. Rancroft. ss .. Paulette, 2b .. Clarke, c CantwtU, p ... GIANTS COP FIRST FROM CARDS ALTHOUGH OUTHIT ST. LOUIS, Sept. 13. Grouping two bases on halls with a double and a single on May in the first in ning today, New York got away to a flying start and was never over taken. St. Louis losing the first game of the series. 6 to 5. Score: 12 ion ) i in; -2:15 -4. furlongs 1 ; is) 2 : 1 ' Ratfed for Schreiber in 0th. x ban fer Ruether in tHh. xxxRan for Rariden in 9th. xxxxRatte.i for 1 iher -in 9th. xxxxxRan for M.i c"i In 9th. Piston fM ooO 010." Cin. innatl Kx 20 oo.1- Two base hit s - Pulo-an. Powell. Car roll. Three base hits Rath. P'.man. M i Crv. St-'len base Roush I. it on bases Roston. S; Cincinnati. Pases on balls - (:T Kller. :t: off bisher. 1: off 1 '11 liiurlm. 1 Bits -i iff rillinglm. P In 71,1 limine: off Fish-r. 2 In 1 2-1 Innings. Stru.-k out Py Pllcr. fi; by Fisher. 4; bv Filliiigim. 1. Vinnln pitcher Fisher. Prror Holke. NPAV YORK AB. R. II. H. A. Purns If .1 0 o 1 0 Kauff. f 2 O 2 O VrlMb. ab .1 2 1 .1 2 Po vie. 2b .1 2 2 2 .'i Fletcher. 83 .i o o -1 2 Statz, rf 4 0 1 3 O Kelly, lb 4 0 1 10 0 Snv.ler, c 0 0 .1 0 Toney, p I o 0 0 4 Totals .I.". rt T 27 11 ST. LOT IS AU. R. II. (). A. Shottnn, If .'1111 Beul ete, lb ä 0 0 14 0 Stock, .lb 7t () 4 1 2 Bornsbv. 21 a 0 0 0 M Henrv. cf .1 0 .1 .1 o Schultz." rf T. 2 2 2 0 demons, c :: o o i xIMlhoefer, c 1 I 0 O 0 Lavnn. s 4 1 1 0 .1 Mav. p 0 O O O 0 Wobpvurd. p 1 0 O 0 1 Tuero. p 2 0 1 O xxSherdel 10 10 0 xxxSudth 0 O 0 0 0 Jacobs, p 0 O 0 O 0 Totnls 40 r 13 27 13 fly gave Cleveland ninth. Score: CLPVI.LANP AH. Graney, if : Chapman, ss Ö Speaker. f " Harris, lb .". llardner, :U 4 Wambsganss. 2b Smith, rf 4 O'Neill, c 4 Thotmtfl. c . . .m O Coveleskie. p ä x Kraus Totnls 7,2 xRan for O'Neill In Vta. ItOSTON AH. Hooper, rf 4 Vitt. Mb 4 Roth. f :: Ruth. If ... 4 Schang. c 4 Mclunis, lb : Shannon. 2b 4 S'ott. ss 4 Jones, p I Russell, p O xC.llhooley 1 K. o . l : t ii 1 i 0 o 0 1 R. ii o 1 o o II 0 o o 0 H. II (I 1 0 1 . T o 1 0 II. o II . T 0 o 0 (I 0 O. A. 10 o 1 1 0 MiLv.rKi:i: wins :-r. LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Sept. 13 Mosal's batting gave Milwaukee the last game of the season here Fri day, 7 to 5. He drove in five runs with two triples and scored two him self. Philips weakened at the finish and Northrop had to be called to save the game in the ninth with the J bases filled. Score: i Milwaukee ...000 200 400 7 13 1 Louisville 100 100 021 5 8 0 i Phillips, Northrop and Huhn; , Tincup and Kocher. o 12 . A. o o 0 1 ! 1 o, 0 ! 'A i ; 1 ol 3 : i : 0 i KANSAS CITY WINS 15-9. COLUMBUS. Ohio. Sept. 12 Kansas City won the farewell game here Friday from the Senators, 13 to 9. The game was a ragged affair marked by poor pitching and loose fielding. Score: Kansas City ..320 600 11015 13 5 Columbus ....020 202 021 9 14 6 Hall and Lalonge, Munroe; Ley mo. Lukanoviq and Wagner. Totals , PI TTsnURG Blgt-ee, If x Nicholson Carey, cf Srtithworth. rf . Whitte-1. lb Par bare. Cutshaw, 2b Terry, sa Schmidt, c .. Miller, p Ponder, p .. Wisuer, p .. .1 4 4 3 1 4 .35 AH. . a . 1 . 3 . 3 . 3 4 4 O . 1 0 0 0 0 1 o 1 a R. l 1 O 0 0 0 0 ( o 0 o H. 0 0 1 o 1 o 10 H. 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 I) 0 o o. 1 1 4 0 II 4 O 1 II. o 0 4 4 4 4 1 (I O A. TT1 D i 0 ! 4 l l! ()! 1 ! l 1 1 A. o 0 1 1 1 0 4 4 1 I 0 I 0 ! Totals xRaU'-d for IMgbee in Oth. Philadelphia 000 0.10 oOO 6 Pittsburg 000 100 liV. Two-base hits Ria-kburne. Hit: bee. Three-base hits Callahan. Whltted, Southworth 2. Sacrifice flies Clarke, Southworth. V.'hitte.l. Krrors Hlark- burne, Clarke, Wlsner. !ouble play rancroiit, paillette :hhi i.bierus, Whltted to Terrv. Left on bases l'hlhnlelphla. 0: Pittsburg. 1. HaFos on balls OIT Cantweli, 2: .off Winner, 1 Hit bv pitcher P.v Miller Clarke); by Wisner (Meusell. Hits Oflf Miller. O in 0 innings, none out In 7th; off Ponder. 2 In 1 inning: off Wlsner, 2 in 2 lnn'nes. Struck out Ry Cantweli. 1, by Miller. 2. Losing pitcher Miller. Hivery ime That you save in these prosperous times helps swell that fund that makes for future independence. You can save m a n v dimes bv buving furniture at The HOME, be cause we're out of the high rent dis trict. THE SE Furniture Co. 326-28 S. Michigan St. aoush end's Greatest bargain ivers rr Are oirennjT some wonderful values in New Fall Coats, Suits, Dresses and Millinery Over Geo. Kraft Co. 5 and 10c Store TOLinm TAIvKS TWO. TOLEDO, Ohio, Sept. 13 Toledo won both games of the double header with Minneapolis here Fri day. The first, 7 to 4, and the sec ond. 6 to 1 One game yet remains in the series but it will be played at Minneapolis. Scores: First game: The Big Electric Shop S. D. Moran & Son Wiring and Repairing . . 200 000 101 4 9 . . .041 002 00 7 9 ; Owens; P.rady and M 4 Minneapolis Toledo Hovlik and Kelly. Second game: Minneapolis ..000 010 000 1 ." 4j Toledo 311 001 00 6 6 1 Roherson and Owens; binders t and M. Kelly. ! DR. G. T. O'DELL Dentist DIFFICULT PLATKS 503 PF.AN 1IUILDIXG THOMSON AND Mc KINNON 301-304 J. M. S. Bldg. Members New York Strk hange, New Y"rk Cotton Y.x-t-hange. New Orlefin Cotton L'x- hanue, Chicago Sf-k Kxchanue. B Chicngo Hoard of Trade und I mil- Private Wirr to M Markets riiON Hell Main 3W. Ml. 3y.1. Llnroln 0.8. "SOLE SAVERS Glasses Properly Fitted Dr. J. BURKE, Op't. 230 S. MICHK.AN ST. Ilrokni Icnscs DupIicaKxI. trtMsn j-orj t2xtnk cf Hawctur nsttinz9 lhta!t of 3Zlctrn.m Save money by patronizing merchants that advertise. Ellsworth's 48th Anniversary Sale Starts Monday, September 15th 7 27 11 Totnls 32 H xPatted for Pnesell in flth. Cleveland Oort O0 01.' p.oston -01 0OO (tot) 3 Two-bane hits Harris. O'Neill, Scott, Sehang. Path. Vitt. Three-ltnse hit Chapman. Snerifloe hits Roth, Jonen. Sncriflee fly Speaker. Double plays Jones t Sehang to Melnnls. Tft on bases Cleveland. 1: Poston, 0. pases on aU Oft Coveleskie. 2: off Jones, rt. Pr ror Vitt. Hits 1T Jone, s in H inninRS (none Int in t'th): off Knnsell. none in 1 lntdmr. Hit by plteher P.v Jones (Har ris). Stnuk out Pv Coveleskie. ,": by Jones. 1; hy Kussell. 1. losing plt her JoDes. TKMI'LE L IIAGIK. HOPNS- EHh'1 Schneider Yeagley Meli .... Kanffm:tn .107 .130 .1111. .102 .l.v; Handicap 14s 810 CUBS MAKE TRIPLE PLAY AND SPLIT DOUBLE BILL 1 S running. 4 Four $100; MLs Winters Pickett Offia's Child (P.ilei Allen W. Wa!h ) 1 i me Z 0 v4 w t. o p. d s. MUSICAL PROGRAM AT ! P a t CHICAC.O. S.pt. 13. Hrook lyn and Chicago broke even in a tlou Me he.idor iiiTc Friday, the locals sei winning in' nisi name. .. i i, wnio the visitors took tbo second game. " to 4. A triple play by Hollocher und Mrrkle vas the feature of the d.ty. With Mvers on second and Whf.it on tirst. Konetchy lined to lolluch r. who touched seeor.d b -for- Mers i(uld get back to the 'air. and threw to Merkle bftre '.. ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH pvia .t co,ud g,t i,.uk to the imso. , Sv o r s : ..s r. .m.,-. PIPMiKMN - A1V U. II. 11 ar.n.'-.in. d for the ( j,,),,,,,,, , P.i-:ls M.iKorial M Sund iv l A musi merit rvice at . hurch t. n'uni: ,1 p for t , w h o siral activities nt Max M..T-v .f Mltin-i V!.e:.t. : lir. ctor of nr.:- jt ,ir(!. .-.j, lvVlcut rul'.tv:.. Pe- j III. km.-iTi. If 11 rf A P.. . 4 . 1 . 4 . 4 . a . 4 !oit. W: appt-.ir lou s: Irel'ivl. s . and Karl W. Kiifi r. t t-.or. on the program, whuli fol- a ritt i o n s Cftert o:. " Pt-nt ( I H rr.s ," from ata." Solo. "Iiow many from "The 1, ilt' i onctrt." Jos.'ph lionr.ct and II e Gereuth St'U- AP x ( ;uilrr ant h'.rt tl Servant s."' .ileal S. .n." .... S . : i 1 1 a n ta." frim "Fifth Widor S, ! :ii iiolt M ! ..!. K rii.'g r Pf.-ffer. p It. 0 1 o o 0 o o o o o 0 o 1 1 A. 1 xP.-m for demons in Sth wPatted for Tuen in sth. x-nllnn for SherdeJ In Sth. New York 3)2 0 010 1 St. Louis 100 1(H aitV Two-bHse hits Doyle. Mi-Henry. Sac rifice hit Prison. Potible piny Dovle i'.ntl Kellv. Left on basep New York. 5; St. Louis, 11. Pa es on balls OfT Toney, 2: off M:iv, 2; off Woodward. 2: off Ja eobg. 2: off Tuero. 1. Hits Off INhiy. 2 in ? l inning; off Tuero. 1 In . Innings ; off Woodwnrd. 2 In 2 1-3 innings Hit by pitcher Pv Toney Hornshj Strnek out Py Toney. 1; . y Tn ro. 3: by Ja citi. 1. Posing pitelier Muy. Irrors povle 2. llonishy, Clemens. Totals ... I.OYAI Duck Dlmel Spring Cook Mountain .. Handicap Totals ... .143 .ion . . s." .1.V. .12.", 170 ii; 140 124 14S 045 17,7 ' 122 IV 17.V 1f. 1.7.) 1.1.", l.V, I.V. 14S 40t 4V 4 IM". r.2 444 NOT 2ViS ir,.i 110 S.I 1.-.4 140 224 .4 02S SV, 4.". .11., 2.0 4M 440 201S s o 1 o fi 0 0 sT. I'M L WINS. S-l. INIHANAI'OI.IS. In.l . Sept. 1 ". M-rritt held Indianapolis to three Iwts Friday ar.d St. Paul o: the third game of th- s rn s. to 1. Hi:! v. ho startetl fur Indi napolis. v. as i lieet! in tl.t itn i' Prcwr.. will) hit for two do ila in the m v nth. Score : St. Pa.;i 2 ! I"" r. lr.d:aiiarolis ..OOoOOuP'" I " -Merritt and Hargraw; li.I, lirowa und Htnhnt, L-ary. Tot U . . I.'. 1 tnt''. f..r Hi. kii'.in In '.th wr. ift.-.! f,.r M Wheat In !rh CHICAGO AP. P. V.Cii... r .1 P 'll . !.. r. ss 4 HT7.. g. 2' .". f 2 10 2 4 !:!. t rfv(.'i. .M-rk!e. 1'. P.-.rber. '.f Mug.-. .".: K'Uleft-r. . V.ing'in. p T. iN . Pr '..klx i: Cid- Iga . -1 tl s- Mi rlJ. .1 1 o 1 o 1 o 0 o o H. V A. i a 4 1 I) o o o 1 II 1 II 1 1 o o II t ERICKS0N HOLDS TIGERS AND WASHINGTON WINS WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. Wash ington took the opening game of the j series from Detroit, Friday, 4 to 0. J Frickson. oUained by the locals j from Detroit, held his former team- j mates to four scattered hits and j struck out nine. Score: PKTIUUT AR. II Plir-h. KS 4 Cobb, rf Veich. If Heiini.'itm. la Shorten, rf Jon. s. :u Young. 21 . Alnstnlth, c xstan.ice. c Pol.inU. i . . xPIagite:id I-ove, p 4 4 .1 4 I 1 O 0 Total '....20 xP.it ted f r Ainmnith in wltattcl f.r Poliud in All. O 0 o 0 0 o o o 0 0 tl 0 o 7th. Sth. H. o 1 1 0 0 o 1 1 0 o I 0 O t; a 0 ! A.I Si "i o ! o o 0 o o i -1 '. 4 O h 4 4 4 u. 0 o 0 1 1 o (I 1 1 0 4 H. 1 0 1 7, 0 OOO ! 010 1 . -ji ) ! 10 x :; hit Herri'C lPnie ran - Sftil. n b.iHf .Itih!iHf.n. Triple )' !u r tt Merkle. I. ft n b.ie t :il ff N .l l.'hll. 1. Hit I'V plteNer l Pf.-!T -r. 2 i ':'. rrt .n. M. l'abei. -trek .i;t P.x Pf.ff. r. 4: bv Vjinghn. C. Prr.T lb !:-.. d.er. WASHIMrTON- Juile'. lb Leonard, ".t Foster. b Milan, cf Pbe. rf Kllerbe. St MenoskV. If Sl.ankN. 2b Ili.irrltv. e Krb-k n. p Total- xPatfed for Leonard la sth Detroit ) 0o 000 0 Washington () 110 llx 4 Two-base hltn Ainsniith. P;arrIty.' Thr.-biise bit Illce. Stolen bn-e Ju.lre. Pi- e. Saertfl-e hit Mri- kfort. Sc- rifi-e flv Poster. Lft on Rites De trolt. 7: Po-fn, 10 Pases on balls (iff ' l.idnud. a; off Krlrkson. a; off Love, 1. i 1 o o 10 o 0 r l i .i 10 o ii i 0 . 0 o II ai i ; V :l 4 p.r...kl vi! :l tile . l .irr Ii. ... (Ii Ol oj r, i; 021 O'o oto ( s :: Kru'cr; Ileudriv atal Huy any automobile on our monthly payment plan, ride while i vo'! are naving. Northwestern Finance Co., CO 4 Citizens Bank Hide I Tel. Lincoln 1261. .122 4-tf Cool, Crisp Days Fore- ' Winter Theres thefHrSÖS . kxik-. ; Jti! coal situation tor meet. There may be other difficulties. You can face them all with confidence if you have money in the bank to back you up. 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