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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BAitliK, VT-, .MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19-1.
Constipation To relieva It srrul to stimtilatar "' torpid liver and other digestive oj fans, tako tna prompt una plej.i Hood's Piib t Easy to take, ey to opera.'-' Utd by C. L iiowl Co.. Uowcil, " . JUMVS WILL COME BACK WCLiRES HIGGWS Yankees' Manager Also Declares His team Has JJot.Hit Its Bat ting Stride. New York, Oct 10, "Mays will como back Mid the Yankees are far from beaten," said Manager Huggins of the American leaguer to-day. ' lie. aaid lie wu naturally , disappoint ed at Mays' defeat yesterday, adding that his dub is not in its Tutting stride yet. - - ' .-; - V '. "; Manager MeOraw said he had high praise for Douglas' pitching yesterday and the playing of his team. He point ed out that his club is hitting the ball now and is on their way to the title. "The morale of the players is excel lent. They 'share jny confident," he de clared. . . ' . ... MAYS GIVEN : " HIS BUMPS Giants Had Batting Bee at Expense of Underhanded cari V SERIES EVENED UP t BY 4 TO 2 SCORE CROWD EAGERLY LOOKS FOR BALL PLAYERS payers' sAre Modest About Running .' Into Clutches of ' the Fans. - . ; New York, Oct. 10.Next to losing a ball game, the players In the world's series hate worst to face the erowd of shouting fans that gather daily out side their clubhouse. They would like to dodge out a rear door to the street and sneak home by alley routes, but the rub is that there is only one exit from each clubhouse. "Gee, look at that crowd out there," exclaimed modest Frank Frisch yes terday as "he peeped out of the Giant's stronghold. 0h, go on out what are you afraid ofr yelled Phil Douglas. Friwh hesitated and then made wild dash for freedom. He made it only after his clothes had nearly been torn off him. A minute later Douglas looked out He turned back to wait until the crowd became thinner. But the crowd refused to disperse despite the efforts of a score of private policemen. ! "Oh go ahead," smiled Burns to Douglas. Shufflin Phil : waited until; Burns was ready anTthey made a bur- j i rird exit together." One fan -insisted ! that the victorious pitcher autograph a score card. With the crowd around him Douglas' signature resembled a doctor's chart of a patient's tempera Babe Ruth Made the 'First Home Run of the . ; Series The Giants are playing "feast of famine" baseball in the title series with the Yankees. In the first two games they were blanked- with few hits. In the third contest they made 13 runs on 20 hits and yesterday they made four of their nine hits and three of their four runs all in one inning. One fan, sitting near the Yankee dugout, fainted when he was hit oa the foot by a four tip during practice. He repulsed two attendants who tried to lead him out after he .had recovered, de claring he bad' paid to see a world's series gams and intended to get hi money's worth. , Pipp and Kelly, rival first basemen, made their first bits of the series. Pipp's was a single and Kelly's a dou ble. Both agreed their hits would be as good as sulphur and molasses for them. - Emil Mensel, one of the Giants' hit ting stars, has jumped far ahead of brother Bob in their "dinner series." He is hitting .3"7 while Yankee Bob's average is only .200. New York, Oct 10. On even terms again, Yankees and Giants were due to meet to-day in the fifth game of the world series and may elect toj try for the edge with the hurlers they used in the second contest -Waite Hovt for the Americans and Artie Nelif for the Nationals. The Giant rallied to a hitting bee against under handed Carl Mavs yesterday while "Shufflin" Thil DonglaS tossed his freakiest curves and won their second game 4 to 2. Hoyt, the Brooklyn youth, who hut out the Giants in the second meeting of the teamn, allowing but two hits, one a scratch, appears to be Huggins' only hope to put the Yanks in tont again. Giant partisans declare be can not possibly -maintain the hurling pace he set on lat Thursday, while the Giant, themselves, vow they'll pum mel the shoot of any pitcher Huggins sends to the rubber. There has been a lot of talk ihout the Giant' lost and found batting eyesnow the ignicees are navmg their say. The Yanks made runs out of flukey hits and great base running in the first two games but they were helpless in the hands of Jesse Barnes on Friday and Phil Douglas yester day. Now they're sore, and assert they will pound Nehf or any other moundsman AlcGraw sends against them. "Mr team hasn't batted anywhere close to form," declared Miller Hug gins. '."It is improbable that they will go through the entire series without havina several batting rampages. You mn v look for one at any time now Ruth' injured arm did not keep him from nlavine and making his. llrst home run of the aeries yesterday, and he is almost certain to play as long as he is needed. The presence of the Babe in the game means as much to the Yankees in a psvcholosrical sanse it does in any other way. He is there with his heal 'and his reputation even when h arms are weak. Snyder's work behind the bat for the Giants has been impressive in tie last two games. He appeared weak in the opening contest, but seems to have found himself again, both behind the plate and at bat ftchang, his Yankee opponent, still is going at high speed. Hi long hit in yesterday's game scored the first Yankee run and it looked like a winner until Emil Meusel tore in'.o one of May's floaters for a triple the cichth. - - While yesterday's game lacked any of the sensational thru la tnat nas marked the others, it waa an interest ing one to watch. There was Mays hurling hitless ball for five innings and Phil Donglas keeping his hits farr ly well scattered in the meantime. In those five innings he forced the Giants to roll easy taps to the infieldera, wJy three balls going to the outfield. 1.V tig- las spitballs were earning him strike out and both teams were fielding !i good form. Peckingpangh made the first error of the senea for the Yankees In the third inning when he lost Snvder"s grass cntter on a bad bound. Peck's error was dne in a measure to Mallory's un successful attempt to epear the ball Aaron Ward' carried on his perfect work at second lor tne Yankees, ac otid eleven cigarettes The Three Inseparables One (at mildncJS,VIRGINIA One Gtt mellowness. BURLEY One for aroma.TURKISH The finest tobaccos perfectly aged and wended 20fbr!5 1H XZT&fi&- GODDARD WAS -BETTER IN MUD Troy Conference Academy - Beaten Saturday, 35 to 14 ' VISITORS STRONG ON FORWARD PASS cepting nine chances without an ei ror. '-- ,.. : Ruth's homer in the ninth .tailed long and- true to the right field bleth ers and was the one bright spot in the fading hopes of the Yankee roours. The Babe's feat wa given a uoisy band, but whsje it enabled Babe to realize an ambition, it didn't satisfy him nearly so much a if he had sored two runners ahead of him. The score of yesterday's game was as follows: jnt in niMHiiHiHmnnumiHl imiiii';iiiminnm, i-' I , 111' I !j-lHti7f.esli;i 1 . i - ti iiiid I'i.iii i , A Finish that Sticks to the Job ST 'cm TKt t TTC Bay Suta Liqaid Paiata fwmr mr $mrtc Tkrt it t Btr Sff maim, varwsm or ( mlnf' ior vwmrf 81 You can't make Inorout quit. It goc through rain, hail, snow, or burning sun without even losing its happy gloss. Salt water won't turn it white. Even live steam or boil ing water cannot make it crack, chip, or affect it in the slightest. Inorout Varnish puts a rich, beautiful finish on furniture, floors, woodwork and doorways. Outside it brightens the car, protects canoes and motor boats, and improves everything varnishable. Say "In orout" the next time you buy varnish. WADS WORTH. HOWLAND A COMTANT, Im. Baataa, Mm. Lit ft W rarmtk Mmhmrt Im Htm tmtUmi Ym tm Swy Bay Statm Liqmr4 pmiot r Immnm Varmum imm L. S. Blanchard, Groton, Vt. y i The all round varnish Americans ab r Miller, irf 4 0 I'eckinpaugh, is ... 4 0 Ruth, .If 4 I R Meusel, rf 4 0 Pipp, lb i.i 4 0 Ward, 2b J 2 0 McNally, 3b 3 1 Schang, e. 3 0 Mays, p ., .3 0 Totals 31 Nationals ab r Burns, cf ......... 4 0 2 Bancroft, ss 4 0 0 Frisch, 3b 4 0 Young, rf 4 0 Kellv, lb 4 1 E. Meusel, If . . . . 4 1 Rawlings, 2b ...... 4 1 Snyder, e 4 . 1 Douglas, p 2 0 Totals po 1 2 2 I 19 2 1 2 0 2 7 27 10 h po Wall Was the Individual Star For the Home , Team .... 3 4 9 27 12 1 Score by innings: 123456780 r Americans ......00001000 12 Nationals 00000003 14 Two-base hits, Bums, Keily. Three base hits, Schang, E. Meusel. llsme run, Ruth. Sacrifice, Ward, Douglas. Double play, Ward, Peekinpaugh and Pipp. .Left on bases, JSauonals, 4; Americans, 3. Rtruck out, by Dotiglas, 8; Mays, 1. Umpires, at plate, Chill; first base, Riglerj second base, Mori arity; tiara case, uuigicy. time o: game, 1 h., 38 m. WARD A SMALL COLLEGE MAN. Yankees' Snappy Second Baseman Cornea from Ouachita. New York, Oct. 10. Ouachita college out in Arkadelphia, Ark., may not be so well known in the metropolis as the big three" and other institutions of learning, but the New York Americans are strong for it. For Ouachita pro duced Aaron Ward, the keen-brained, snappy Yankee second baseman. Ward has upset the early predie- tiona of the baseball experts, who pointed to him aa the possible weak point in the Yankee lineup. Ins answer is a batting average of .308 thus far in the world's series and a perfect fielding average witn more assists tnan any other player on either of the contend ing clubs. He has made 24 assists, all without a misplay. He has figured in almost ev ery double play performed by his team. In put outs he has made nine, without error, his fielding average being 1. 000 yesterday he accepted seven assists, the highest number made in the game, Ward is one of the least talkative of the Yankees. When not playing with the Yankees, Ward is a .reader in tha Senate of the Arkansas legislature. lie lives in Fort Smith. By the efforts of 'an ambitious big brother and the grace of Providence, the aoorer is a proficient waterdog. Barre, therefore, learns' that Goddard slipped and slid, slopped and flopped through Saturday afternoon's storm to a 35 to 14 win over Troy Conference academy at the seminary campus. Tt was a carnival of muck. After the first minut of play fhe men were a mesa and the field little haw, but the game was good and Goddard won, so everybody at homo waa happy. ' Goddard played a faster game and showed superior football knowledge but the few fans who braved the down pour were given food for meditation by a few flashes of brilliant forward passing by the visitors. A clear day, dry ball, etc., might have brought rev elations from this quarter. However, Troy hadn't expected the slashing type of game played by Goddard and was obviously unprepared for the ter rific onslaughts of the Barre lad. The Ponltney boys played a more conser vative game, and as a consequence were on the defensivg mot of the time. But it was a strong defen sive and Goddard was forced to us-e everything to get through. . Orily once was the academy eleven demoralised and that was when Dris- coll of Goddard recovered a Troy fum ble on Goddard's 15-vard line and ran the 81 vards to a touchdown. Dri- coll picked up the -ball and start-d away so quickly that Troy didn't real ise what had happened and start after him nntil it waa too late. Driscoll himself couldn't believe it, apparent ly, at he stopped for. a second at the Troy 25-yard line, a bewildered look on his face. However, hn got tha idea right away and dashed on the remain ing distance for the tally. Driscoll's run waa the feature of the day. Wall, the tiny Goddard flash, was easily the whole game. He simply did what he wanted to and got away with it. It didn't make much difference to him whether he went through ceater or around the ends, be gained every time. Thev do say tlm little lad i a 10 flat man on the hundred and he sure proved it Saturday. No matter how big the man that tackled him, Wall twisted, iiirmed and tore him self free and it took two or more to down him always. By the way, the score would have been seven heavier for Troy If it fcadn't been for this man Wall's flying feet. In the last two minute of play in the second period Leonard, the whirl wind Troy ouarterback, threw a per fect pass to B rough. The latter made an easy catchNat the 40-yard line and tore down the field for the goal line with (Joddard trailing way behind. It looked like a cinch and it should have been because it was a great piece of football However, our Mr. Wall couldn't see It at all Out he stepped snd down like a streak after Brough. Every water-soaked, mud-spat torcd fan on the sidelines forgot even the weather in the thrill of those few tense seconds. Inch by inch Wall gained but closer and closer hove the Goddard goal line. Finally with a su preme effort Wall leaped, landed on Brough and hauled down the Trov hope of a tally at the 15 yard line. It TAKE YEAST THE BEST WAY-W1TH IRON If Weak, Thin or Run-Down Take Ironized Yeast, the Great New Vitamine Tonic Treat ment in Tab'et Form At last the perfect yeast combina tion haa been discovered , . No longer will it be necessary for people to put up with all the objection able features of eating ordinary bak ing yeast for health. For yeast may now be taken in convenient tablet form, combined with iron, wh'ch is. nec essary, in order to get the best benefit from yeast. This preparation is called Iromr.ed Yeast, and is the approve! vitamino tonic treatment for run-down condi tion, loss of weight, ncrvou.nfss, IacJ: of energy, poor appetite, skin erup tions and other run-down symptoms. , The reason Ironized Yeast is bring ing such splendid results everywhere is because it contains highly concen trated brewer's yeaBt, which is far richer fa vitamines than ordinary bak ing yeast, Vitamines, as we know, are one of the most essential of all food lenient- yet our modern diet , is al most entirely lacking in thcia. .if you are weak, pale, Sickly if you are nervous, irritable and can't sleep nights if your vitality is low and you are getting old before your time then try this remarkable new tonic. Y'ou will notice a good improvement in your condition even after the first few days' use. Pimples, boils and other nkin blemishes usually disa'ppcar entirely within two weeks. Everywhere ipeople are saying that Ironized Yeast is just the tonic t.hcy needed. Ironized Yeast will keep indefinitely and costs no more per dose than com mon yc8t. Each package contains 10 days treatment and costs only $1.00 pr just 10c a day. Special directions for children m each package. Sold at all druggists. , Made by the Ironized Yeast Company, Atlanta, Ga. Adv. HIGHUf CDNCOniUTCO.VrrAMlaie TONIC wa right after this that Drrseoll made Lis. run. Leonard showed passing ability and Troy expects much from the lad who is no more a football player in appear ance than the chaperon of the girls' dormitory. However, he is a football player and fought so valiantly that he was finally forced out of the game with a strained left leg which he sus tained when attempting to tear around Goddard's right end for a touchdown, just before Driscoll made himself fa mous. How Scorea were Made. The first score of the game was made in thefirst period after about seven minutes of play. Wall made two fine 18-yard left end runs and with C'yran made aeversl short gains. Cy ran then threw a fine forward pass to Captain Finn, who caught it on the and went through for the first score. Brough then kicked the goal and Troy was saved from whitewashing. Troy then went back into i shell and was on the defensive for the next ten min utes. " - ...- Woddward made a sensational leap and intercepted a Goddard forward paasin the middle of the fourth canto and managed to get the ball to the Goddard 30-yard line. After several short gains through center and hort left end, by Troy, Whitfaker got the pigskin at the 25-yard line and went across for the second touchdown of the game. , Whjt taker's run waa. a good one. Brough again kicked the goal After that Troy couldn't eecm to make an offensive move. Goddard arrived at the Troy 25 -yard Una after a series of short centr rushes and Captain Finn then went through left center and ran tha 25 yards for the Forestall, the Fall " To do this witK judgment to pre-' pare you for the changeable weather of fall one should have a light weight Fall Overcoat the coat that stands in between the departing of summer and the real cold weather of winter. Troy goal line. C'yran kicked the ?oaljfina, of tho g,. Wall Meked from the touchdown: The ball waa m Troy territory during the rest of the period and for the first five minutes of tha second. After gaining 20 yards by short rushes in the second period, Wall took the ball around the right end for a 20 yard advance and in the next down Finn went around the tame end for the touchdown. Cyran agnin kicked the goal for Goddard. Goddard downed Troy on the 40-yard line- after this score and, after a few center plunges for short gaina. Wall made a pretty riifht-end run for the touchdown. He also kicked the goal as Cyran was foived to the sidelines hr a strained ligament in his left ankle. Troy made its first tally in the third period. Kcfrwhed trom the rest be tween the halves, the visiting boys showed new spirit. The ball was in Goddard domain from the start of the period and Whit taker took a splendid pas from Brough at the 40-yard mark CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Alwaya bears Signature of PROVIDE BOTH FOR YOUR FAMILY Order next Sunday's Boston Globe in advance from your newsdealer or newsboy. Ow'nfj to the great demand, dealers are frequently sold out of the Boston Globe. Every member of your family will enjoy the color supplement, the Globe magazine, the editorial and j news feature section, and I all of the other features that make the Boston Sun day Globe the most com plete publication of its kind in New England. Your family will enjoy the Boston Daily Globe, the goal. Leonard and Whtttaker showed up fine for Troy and with more seasoning rVhBi-ti AAr1in Xfullnrv believed they would both evolve into t stara. Wheeler also did well for the visitors as did Kelly, who broke up a whole lot of plays. From the God.i ird crowd it would be hard and probably a bit unfair to choose any particular man. Every player showed up well and each played a grat 'game. The lineup; Goddard Troy Bui'kley, Soule, le, re, Brough Belleville, Crimmins It ... rt, Keenan Sinclair, Wilson, lg...... rg, Wh'.-eler Mitchell, liley, c e, Pavone Johnson, rg ...lg. Jeers Mullen, rt It, Kly VNiIley, Hunt, Cormier, re....Ie, Hitt Cyran, Wall, qb.qb. Leonard, Williams nail. Woodward, Ibb.rnb, Wluttaker Capt. Finn, Driscoll, rhb Ihh, Wood Vonatti, Golan, fb.......fb, Simmons Touchdowns scored by Finn 3, Wall, Driscoll, . Whittaker 2; goals from touchdowns. Wall 3, Cyran 2. Brough 2; referee, Max Willey of Goddard; umpire, Leon August of Norwich; head linesman, W. D. McLeod of M. I. T.; timer, Sam Wilson; time, two 12 minute and two 10-minute periods. We have been most fortunate in cur selections of fall weight Overcoats. They are stylish, ample room, made upon Honor and fit into the purpose for which they are intended. "- ' Come in and loook them over. Store closed Wednesday, October 12th, Columbus day. Closed Monday Evening at 5:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, !. 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. WAITSFIELD Mrs. D wight Long will hare a full of millinery on ssle at F. JH. New comb's in Waitefield during firtt two weeks of October (Oct. 3 to 15). adv. ' . ........ - - ... i! - . . . - yC Aspirin Bayer on Genuine Aspirin say "Bayer" Warning! Unless you see tha name "Bayer" on package or on tablet you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved aafe by millions. Take Aspirin only as torn in tne Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. All druggists sell Bayer Tablets of Aspirin in handy tin boxes of 12, and in bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirin ia the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacid eater of Salicylicacid. Adv. A WORLD BEATER. Phil Doaglas Telia Folks Back Home What He Will Do. New York. ft. 10. "Tell the folks down in Birmingham I'll win the orld's championship for the New York National if I am railed upon to pitch tha deciding game, said I ml Douglas to-day. Shuftlin Phil, veteran or many ma jor league nitching battles, now in his! second work's series but, as he says,' he was about aa much spectator as j plaver in his first one in 1918 when ; he was with the Chicago Cubs in the j series against the Boeton Red Nix. I That year norUide hurlera had the ! call and Douglas' only part wa that of relief pitcher in one game. Football Results. Harvard 19, Indiana 0. Princeton Colgate 0. Ysle 34, North Carolina 0. Dartmouth 24, New Hampthira state Boston college 25, Providence 0. Amherst 0, Tufts 0. Springfield 13, Colby . Maine 34. Lowell Textile 0. Bate 0, Ma- A. C 0. Bowdoin 0, Williams 0. Nfirwkh 0, Renelaer 0. Holy Cross 43. Canisus 0. Connect irot A. C 0, Trinity 0. Columbia 14. Wefleraa 3. Centre 14. Virginia P. L 0. West Point 19, Middleburr 0. Wet Point 34. Lebanon Valley n Aanafdi 54. Western renre 0. Cornell o.. Rwheter 0. Penn. state 35. North Carolina 0. Pennsylvania 7. Ottysbnrg 0. Srrarns 42. Maryland 0. Pittabnrg II. Wet Virginia 13. j Ocrgia 27, Furrosa 7. Aivift 0. IV n 0. i Psjirnoa'.h trtohmen . Fter 3 FrfvitAfl uni-ers.ry 82, Wor :r Tech. 0. i 1 V" UUL3LA1OUC f.. -rvT! rrm i I BARRE OPERA I10US TO-NIGHT J New Cadillac Type 61 Recall the most exhilarating ride you have ever enjoyed in a Cadil lac, and confidently count upon a still more inspiring experience in this new Type 61. Expect splendid acceleration, a superbly, steady surge of power and even greater road-ease and resilience than that for which the Cadillac has always been celebrat- manufacture. ed. Your expectation will bo more than realized. At a glance you will see that the Type 61. is a more luxurious, and that it surpasses the finest Cadil lac traditions in coach work, in convenience, and in every element that constitutes the Cadillac the world's standard of motor car , We now have a seven passenger car in stock and shall be pleased to demonstrate to you the superior qualities of this machine. H. G. Bennett, Barre Garage