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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921.
GIANTS "IN" ON THE SERIES And New York Highland ers Are Practically' Certain to Be CLEVELAND FELL BACK YESTERDAY When Defeated By Chica V go White Sox, 5to0 New York, Sept. 30. The New York Giants are the 1921 National league champions. While they accomplished the feat mainly by their own effort, It remained for the St, Louis , Cardi iiala to jrive them the final shove that eaced them beyond the reach of the ttsburgh Pirates,, no matter whut happens in the remaining games New York waa idle butc-the Cardi , nals, on their own stamping ground, Walloped the Pirates twice yesterday and settled the league championship. . Rut thev also created a new posslbil- ' jty that of tying the Pennaylvanian for eecond honors. These two clubs have three more games to play in the present aeries ana 11 tne ciouung tar , dinalt make a clean sweep they will come up to even terms with Pitta ' burgh. " One of Pittsburgh's own eons, Bill Poak, pitched St. Louis to victory in th first battle, 5 to 4, in ten inning.?, over Wilbur Cooper. The second, an abbreviated affair of six innings, due to darkness, Was credited to Pitcher Sherl't winning combination. The club made the same aumber of hits In each game, ten apiece in the first and five each in the-second. With the Giants "in," the Yankees are almost there. The latter team was successful against the Athletic yes terday, 5 to 0, without the aid of Babe Kuth, who was suffering from grip. It was said that Ruth probably would be . well enough to return to the game to day. Pitcher fihawkey of New York allowed only four scattered hits. - On the other hand, Cleveland, the Yanks' chief contender for the Amer ican league honors, were set down to rs 5 to 0 defeat by Pitcher Dick Kerr and his fellow plarers on the Chicago .White .Sox. The Indians', to win the pennant, must take all three remain ing games with the Chicago while the Yankees lose their last - three games. Kerr celebrated , a dyt espe cially set aside in his honor by allow ing the world's champion only tlx hit. Two homers were added to the 1321 crop. Schultt, Cardinals, and Peckin paugh of the Yanks each hit one. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Constipation To relieve it, and to stimulate: tfc torpid liver and' other digestive or gans, take the- prompt and pleaaan Hood's Pills Easy to take, easy to operate. WJe by C. L iiood Co.. Lowell, Mv SPAULDWG READY FOR MONTPELIER SEMINARY and t New York 5, Philadelphia 0. Chicago 5. Cleveland 0. Boston 5, Washington 2. No others scheduled. American Leagre Standing. Won. Lost. New York Cleveland , St. Louis ... Washington Boston Detroit Chicago Philadelphia 1)3 03 70 76 75 71 71 33 - as 68 73 73 75 80 0 57- Pct. .633 .816 .520 .filO .CI00 .470 .307 3i3 NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. Louis 5, Pittsburg 4 (10 Innings, first game). ' St. Louis 3, Pittsburg 1 (called in sixth, darkness, second game). National League Standing. Won New York , Pittsburg ., St Louis . , Boston Brooklyn . . Cincinnati Chicago .... Philadelphia 03 ft!) R 70 711 6') fiO SO Lost. Pet 67 .620 6", . 580 fi .57'i 73 .520 75 .500 fit .40 1 -307 102 .329 Team Is Rounding , Into Form ' Promises to Give a Good Ac count qf Itself. MontDelier seminary ig the next pu- nil to appear for a ksaon in hpauiding football. Instruction will commence at 2;30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon and it's going to take place at the same old Lincoln campus. The task, it must be admitted, promises to be somewhat more difficult than that of last Satur day when Newport high gathered milch, much gridiron knowledge. However, there isn't a bucko in the Spaulding outfit who is. doing much shivering or shaking and, unless Washington-street hill should suddenly decide to roll over into the city, which isn't at ail pron able, the scorer in pretty nearly as sured of an opportunity to place Spaulding" on the left-hand side column once more. If to-morrow's little affair should hanten to result in a reversal for Spauldjng, let it be said right here MontDelier aeminarv can bump and rock and shake back to the capital con fldent that they, are somo football crowd. The sideline birds who follow the local team In the daily practice will back this up too. The advance of the Spaulding eleven toward perfection has been so rapid that each afternoon it looks as though an entirely different team was on the field and the second string men who face the varsity ma chine in the practice scrimmages know it to their aorrow. Day by day Coach Carl Lundholm in tensifies his training and instructions and the men are now rapidly garner ing a heap of valuable inside informa tion stored away by the blond one time much-feared end in many a tough collegiate battle. Coach Lundholm has revealed an exceptionally wide knowl edge of the intricate under-the-surface workings of the game and it wouldn't be any surprise to see some real colle giate stunts pulled off to-morrow. The lineup, as it looks now, will be Nicora left end, Abiatti left tackle, Vicoro or Crichton left guard, Galll center, ; Ellenwood right guard, Rey nolds or O'Keefe right tackle, Miles right end, Slayton or Watkins quarter back, O'Leary and Westcott or Erick son halfback and Bradley fullback. Not exactly what might be called a feast for Montpelier. Spaulding has been In remarkably good luck this week and in the next game after to-morrow's tussle it wouldn't be a bit surprising to see a couple of fellows in the lineup who are strangers to Barre. Orlando from Buf falo, N. Y., a husky weighing up round 180, went out Wednesday and sent thrills of joy hopping up and down the spine of Coach Lundholm. Orlando doesn't know much about football but has a keen desire to learn. , Then there'a a eh' "ky second edition of the cow' name of Trial who hails fro. 'lie. Me. Trial's name seems u' as he says that's all he.wauts. i'ne rest will come. He has played again! the high chooU of practically ail of the Maine cities and tells the boys that the back field i his hunting ground. Here's hop ing Trial's trial will bring him a berth. Tierney of the 20 varsity also ambled up to the campus a few days ago to look 'em over. The fever was raging in hit veins before he had been there long, how.ever, and he finally euccumbed. Tierney is an end. LIQUOR RING IS ALLEGED As Source of Liquor Used in the Arbuckle Party WITNESS TELLS . ' OF DELIVERY Arbuckle Goes to Los An geles to Await Trial for. Manslaughter San Francisco, Sept. 30. Prepara, tions for the prosecution of Roscoe Ft.twi Arbuckle on a charge of man slaughter in connection with the death of Miss Virginia Bappe to-day were overshadowed at least lor a time vj the federal investteation into the sup ply of liquor drunk by the guests at the comedians notei party at win the state contends the girl wa injured fatally. Belief that hie investigations had uncovered a gigantic liquor smuggling ring, operating with ban Francisco at a base, and which imports liquors only of choice brands and quality irora aiex leo and Canada, was expressed by Fed eral Prohibition Directer E. , Forest Mitchell. He is making his inquiry at the instance of Robert H. McCormaek, special assistant to the United State attorney general. Mitchell last night stated that lie had a witness who aelivered liquor to Arbuckle't euite at the Hotel St. Fran cis. Arbuckle left Ban Francisco la si night for Lot Angeles in company with hi wife, bi mother-in-law and defense attorney. A sleeping ear on the train was turned over to the Armiciue party exclusively. Arbuckle will remain there, it was announced, until summoned to San Francisco for trial on the man slaughter charge. . V - nfGRAJP CHAMPION PENNANT WINNER New York Giants' Manager Haa Pilot ed Hia Seventh Win ning Team. New York. Sept. 30. -By winning his seventh pennant for the New York Na tional League club. Manager John J. McGraw, t,ops all other managers in the number of championships. He was tied at six with Manager Connie Mack of the Philadelphia. Ath letics until be piloted the 1021 Giants out in front. The GianU won their first National league pennant under McGraw in 1004. They repeated the next year when they won their only world's champion ship. They also won the league title in 1911, 1012, 1913 and 1917. INDIANS' FORLORN HOPE And JIM BARNES VS FRENCH. Cyril Walter Hagen Against Walker To-morrow. New York, Sept. 30 Jim Barnet, American open golf Champion, ws matched with Emmet French of Youngstown, Ohio, and Walter Hagen. western open champion with Cyril Walker of Englewood, N. J., in the semi final round to-day of the profes sional golfers championship tourna ment at the Inwood country club. The victors will meet in the title round to morrow. Even A Child Can Now Make Perfect Jam or Jelly Anyone who can read a simple recipe can now make jam or jelly in a few minutes from any fruit or fruit juice fresh or canned. (2n (SurojcU) Is Mother Nature's "jell-maker." It is the jelly-making principle of fruit itself. By using it, only one minute's boiling is then required not jo or more min uter boiling as by the old method. With the Certo Process nothr is boiled away. It, therefore, makes one-half more jam or jelly from the same amount of fruit; saves time, eliminates guess work and retains all the color and flavor of ripe fruit. Crrro tr 7 pure fruit product conldint no gelatine or prrtmutirt. It IS endonej by highest mulhanttt. Result! mft absolutely ptrfect when recipes mrt followed. Oct roar bonk of Certs end recipe book front any fjrocw or druggi onr. Give k one trial at dn n-si. and you'll jrlh ty On Cere rVoress. a Pectin Sales Co, Incu, Rochester, N. Y. At They Face Red Faber in Chicago To-day. Chicago, Sept. 30. -Trie Speaker to day led his Cleveland team in a for lorn hope against Chicago, glancing anxiously inning by inning over his shoulder at the scoreboard that told of the progress of the New York Yankees-Philadelphia game. One meant aa much at the other an Indian or a Yankee win and the' 1920 world cham pions would join the ranks of "for mere'Mhat 1921 haa produced. Two and a half games back of Miller Huggins' New York club, Cleveland'! only chanoa for taking the American league pennant it to win the remaining three garnet of the White Sox aeries, while the Philadelphia tail endert take two and Boston one from the Yankees. - Turned hack vetterdaY btr diminu tive Kerr. Cleveland to-day faced the prospect of batting against Red Faber, one ot tne very lew American league pitchers, with a winning total of 23 games or more. Fair and cooler weather wat prom iced. VETERANS MEET GIANTS. NEW WAY TO TAKE YEAST In Convenient Tablet Form Combined With Iron and Other Health Builders. 1 low's Besiee 8 Quickly Builds New Flesh, v , Strength and Health ' No need to eat yeast cakes any i moe! Take veast the new easy way- in pleasant tablet form, as embodied in Ironijsed least. Everyone has heard of the seeming miraclee performed by yeast, especially in case of lost of weight, weakness, poor appetite, roal-nutrition and gen eral "run-down" conditions. The reason for these amazing results is that yeast contain a certain myste rious clement called vitaminca which we do not get in our present-day diet, but which are absolutely necessary for good health and proper physical devel opment. Ironized Yerit contains highly con centrated brewcr't yeast which i far richer Hi vitamines than ordinary bak ing yeast. In addition, it contains iron i and other well-known health builders, I to that you really get two splendid I toniua in one. If you want to put on good aolld fleeh, if you want to increase your strength so that you can tackle Lard work and enjoy it, if you want to put good healthy color in your cheeks, and feel "fit" all tne time then try jron- Ued Yeast. Fine for clearing up tallow and blotchy skin. In most cases Ironized Yeast will I bring a decided improvement by the third day. The eallowett complexions will usually be cleared up in less than two weeks. Find out how it is to be in perfect health all the time! Got Iron- Ued Yeast to-day. Packed in conven ient tanl-tape package that you can tlip in your vest pocket. Cost no more per dose than common yeast, bach package ' contains 10 days' treatment and costs only $1.00 or fuxt 10c a day, Special directions for children in each package. Made by the Ironized Yeast Company, Atlanta, oa. Adv. HlCHUf CDNCENTflATCO VITAMINS TONIC That's the universal greeting of one business man to another. We hope yours is as good as ours is. We're go ing to tell you what makes ours so good, and let you use the information any way you please. u St "9 In the first place we "took our medicine" when we had to and took it quickly. Then we reduced expenses to the minimum so as to give our customers full benefit of all wholesale reductions. We are going still further and forgetting profit to bring prices down; we can't do that forever, of. course, but it's "good business now" and it makes business good. It's "good business," too, to dress the part. We have the kind of clothes a business man demands Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes our . prices are : one-third lower than a year ago. You'll be amazed at the values we oflrr at At Christy Mathewaon Testimonial at Polo urounat. New York. Sept. SOA five inning game between the present -New Yokr Uiantt and a team composed of former major league playert featured the t hristy Aiathewson testimonial at the Polo groundt to-day. Joe McOinnity, the "iron man" of the GianU yeart aim. wat expected to start the pitching for the old timers, .'flf Tesreau another ex-fliant and (leorge Bell, former Brooklyn pitcher, alno we" scheduled to hurl a few innings. Other player with the old etart were to include Roger Bresnahan, catcher; Tenney, first base; Oilhert, second base; Dahlen, thortttop;- Dev lin, third base; "Red" Murrav, right field; McCormick, centerfield"; Kel ley. left field. The regular New York Boston game wat to follow the exhibition contest. BECK NOT TO PLAY. Declared Ineligible by University of Vermont Avthoritiet. New Raven, Sept. 10 Carl Beck, star hslfhack of the University of Vet Virginia last year, will not play againtt Yale here Saturday as a mem ber of the University of Vwnont -leven. Rumors had bn current her thst Vermont was planning to spring a urprie on Yale with the aid of sev eral gridiron stars, one of them Beck, who now is attending Vermont. A message received from the Uni versity of Vermont yeterday by Nor ris B. Gladdcse. Yale football manag er, said that Beck had been declared ineligible by the Vermont authorities and would not appear in the line-up Saturdsy. MAYS MAY PITCH Fer New York Hix banders AraicJt Philadelphia To-day. Philadelphia, Sept. 30. Managnr Ruggins cf the New York Americans wa expected to send his pitching ace, Carl Kays, againvt Philadelphia to ri it in an effort to clinch the Ameriraa Im'stj petnsnt. Moore or Rommel probably will be hit opponent in the Nx. F.ommel checked the Yankees on lir last trip bre. A victory tvUy would give Ce New Yorker the pennant. , STOWE McCall Sentenced for Operating Still, But. Sentence Wat Suspended. At a bearing on the case of Thomas McCall, charged with operating a still, McCall pleaded guilty and wat sen tenced to not lest than six months or more than one year at Windsor. On ac count of hia wife and five children, the sentence wat suspended and McCall was placed in the bands of the proba tion officer. . District Superintendent W. R. Day-. enport and Rev. W. T. Best of Morrie ville were here Tuesday in consultation with the trustee! of the Methodist Episcopal church property, which, ac cording to the. law of the denomina tion, belongs to the Methodist Confer ence. Another meeting will be called in the near future for a decision in the matter. . Mrs. Helen Almy Butler and daugh ter, Miss Katherine Butler, of Boston are guests at E. B. Gale's, expecting to remain several weeks. A. P. Smith is attending a fair and visiting hia brother, O. M. Smith, at Contoocook, N. H. . W. L. Bennett has several pullets not quite five montht old that have begun to lay. . ' S. A. Stebbins, C. D. Bruce, E. L. Bsrrowt and G. A. Sanborn attended the fair at North field Wednesday. Harry McMahon. who has visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McMahon, at Moscow, returned Wednesday to Bristol, Conn. Hia aunt, Mrs. C. T. Hayes of Waterbury Center, accom panied Mr. McMahon to Plainville, Conn. . W. W. Adams wat in Montpelier on Wednesday. The condition of Jackson Sargent is not much changed, although be is fail ing. Mrs. Eva Bentley Fletcher has moved her household good to her borne in Cambridge, from W. F. Harris' house at the lower village. Mis Freda Canning struck on her left elbow and dislocated it when she fell from a doorstep at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Fuller of Water bury Center have visited frietids in Stow this week. Mrs. G. W. CUrk. of Morris ville called on her aunts, Mrs. Eunice Pottle and Mrs. Abbie Pike. Mr. Henry Melvin is ill at her home on Main street.. At a recent meeting of the H. H. Smith Relief corps, it wa voted to $40.00 f Vx v s Ijj" mil ni vlntl-fWlil, f 'n",'1 Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Mars Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 N. Main St. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Tel.275-M Ccticnra Is Jest RigH For Baly s Tender Skin Bat him with Ctttjcors So Tit wn" water. Vrf rectJv and it cr M-s, roushn , srntfi or rli - ertt arxxoi wh Cutjcu- fhnuwrt to nftea. noothe sad hl. Ftnai.r eus cm a Kjited Cmucht Talcum. m (raw give $5 to the army nurse fund and $10 to the intercollegiate Americanir tion fund at Springfield, Mass. The reg ular meeting of the corps will be held Saturday afternoon. I Mis Abbie Allen hat closed her sum mer boarding house at Seven Springt this week and With her household ser vant ha returned to New York City. Mr. and Mr. S. H. Wright of Eex called on their daughter-in-law, Mr. K. E. Wright, and children at A. R. Straw't Thursday. Mr. Jane Howe hat returned to her home in Rutland after aeveral week with her sister, Mr. A. H. Slayton. Mrs. Slayton accompanied Mr. How to Burlington. Mrs. Roxalsna Jocko is visiting friends in Williamstown. Mrs. F. S. Bordraan attended the funeral of Mr. D. T. Harvey in Wa,- terbury Wednesday. W. W. Thomas of Morrisville wa a business visitor 'in Stow Wednesday and Thursday. High School Note. Assembly Monday morning wa un der the direction of the acnior. Mr. Lola Douglass gave a very interesting talk on California, Mr. Mayo, former principal here, vi ited school on his wsy to Mt. Mansfield Monday morning. The sophomore class had charge of the assembly Tuesday morning. Sever al interesting talk were given by the seniors, who were somewhat surprised at being called on. Plant are being made for school week, which i to begin Sunday, Oct. 2. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Alwaya bears the Signature of J7 - See Him Today the best Sunday news paper in New Engrland The Boston Sunday Globe. Read the Sunday Globe Magazine The Ed itorial and News Feature Section The comic sup plement the Household Pagres in fact, read ev erything in next Sunday's Boston Globe. Order the Boston Globe, Daily and Sunday, from your news dealer or newsboy. The programs are being made out by the seniors. Special invitations will be tent out by the aohool to those who do not have children attending tchool here. - BABE RUTH BETTER. Yankee' Victory and Cleveland Defeat Like Tonic to Him. New York, Sept. 30. Victory for the Yankee coupled with Cleveland' defeat wa a good at medicine for "Babe Ruth't cold that kept him in door yesterday, Mr. Babe" declared to-day "Babe had a bad cold," she said, "bnt the day' rest and the tonic of a Yankee victory combined . with a Cleveland defeat simply worked won der tor him. He is going to take an early train for Philadelphia and is also going to try to run hi home run record up to 60 before sunset. How It Happened. Horrified old lady (sympathizing with crippled beggar) Mercy takes! How did you ever happen to become to disabled? The object of her inspection (good naturedly) I ran roe leg off, mum, lookin' for 'n apartment. Minneapolit Journal. ' Puritan 'rr-Z fV4 A IT I'fMLI & PRESSED HOPS F. D. LADD CO. 59 Main SU Barre, VU IN ITS CLASS LARGEST SELLING WE WORLD FAKOIIS FOIl QUALITY MADE IN MEW DiGULNDS LARGEST CIGAR FACTORY R.CLSUUJVAN ESTATE SOLE OWJSLR5 AX3 KT&S&-. factory - MANCttr.rrta.iut. Idle Hands . ' fill