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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARUE, VT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922.
2 BALL TEAMS PLAN STRATEGY New York Giants and Highlanders Open World . Series Wednesday BEST FOUR OUT ;OF SEVEN WINS Highlanders Clinched The League Victory By Vic tory Saturday INDIGESTION HI STOMACH UPSET ATE TOO MUCH Instantly! Stop Gas, Sourness, Heartburn, Stomach Misery New York. Oct. 2, The pennant winning New York Giants and Yankees marshalled their boards of strategy to day for the opening Wednesday at the Polo ground of 'their second straight rontest for the worfd'i championship. The aeries this year will he for the best four out of seven, instead of five out o : nine, as a year ago. Saturday's victory for the Yankees over the Red Sox, clinching the pen nant, proved to be the margin by whidt the Huguien held the top when the season closed yesterday. They dropped the final contest when Wash ington hammered Sam Jones to the ,r tune of 6 to 1 and the St. Louis Browns, runner-up, concluded the sea son with their third straight triumph over Chicago, 2 to I. With the, National league pennant decided in favor of the Giant the first of last week, chief interest in the Na Monal league s concluding drive was the battle for second place. Cincinnati . under the leadership of Pat Moran ousted Pittsburgh from the runner-up position on the final day by twice trim ining the Pirates, &-4 and 5-1. The double setback left the Pirates in a tie for third place with the St. Louis Cardinals, who wound up' the season by defeating Chicago, to 1. Cleveland also upset the standing in the American league on the final day, crowding Chicago out of fourth place hy defeating uetroit G to a while the Whit Sox lost to the Browns. , Th Tigers held third place by but a Bingle came. The Giant regulars, playing behind a recruit t wirier, Johnson, were , man km in tne nrst game or a aouoie Mieader by Tim McNamara, college rookie of the Boston Braves, while Mc IJraw's substitute aggregation blanked the visitors in the second contest, with Neht, McQuillan and Scott on the mound. The scores of both games were 3 to 0. McNamara' victory was his . second shutout' in a week, Brooklyn falling a victim to his curve a few days ago. -. : Behan of the Phillies blanked the Dodgers, 6 to 0, in th'e 'remaining con test -of the season's finale. ROGERS HORNSBY HOME RUN KING St. Louis Cardinal Clouter Also Batted Himself Into Fame with . a Mark Over .400. New York, Oct. 2 (By the Assoc! -; ated Press). Rogers Hornsby, besides batting himself into baseball's hall of fame as the first National leaguer to , finish with a mark over .400 in 23 years, ' has succeeded Babe Ruth as home run king. , Tr-..i.. 4i u:iL Mil circuit drives, 17 behind Ruth's record crop of 59 the seon before. Keo William of the St J-mis Browns leading tne American leaguers, was three behind the Cardinal star, with 39. Tillie Walker, chief of Connie Mack's slugger, occupied hird place with 37 and the former mon.rch, Ruth registered 35 four base hits. Rath, despite the handicap of a late start, due to his suspension, wai un able to gain on Hornsby from the time he rejoined the Yankees on Mar 20. The Cardinal elouter had six home runs when the Babe was restored to good standing and finished the season .seven ahead jot his lankee rival. Williams, who with Walter He line of the Phillies, holds the unusual distinction of hitting three homer a tingle game this season, led the home run slugger at the time of Ruth's entry with 11 to his credit. The Browns' star collected his homers in spurts, however, while Hornsby plugged away at the fences at a eteadv, consistent pace. ' An analysis of the home run records how Hornsby and Walker each hit fA circuit Mow - in m sinirle ira m Ruth has performed the feat four times. - An odd feature of the team record for the season is that the Philadelphia clubs, occupying seventh place in both leagues, led each circuit in home run clouting. The Athletics, with Walker and Bing Miller leading the assault amassed 111, while the Phillies, aided bv Cy William, Cliff Lee, Parkinson and Ilenline, reaped a harvest of four more, 115. kt. Lou club wer sec ond and New York outfit third in each circuit. Neither team leader, however, touched the mark of 134, es tablished lst year by the Yankee. Th grand total of 1.054 homer sets a new mark for the "lively ball," ex ceeding by 117 the record of 93 for both league lat season. Chew a few pleasant, harmless tab lets of 'Tape's Diapepsm" and your distressed stomach will feel fine at once. Correct your digestion and ease your stomach for a few cents. Icon's let your stomach keep you miserable! Druggists recommend it. adv. THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY Kemal orders all Chanak move halted and Turkish na tionalists agree to armistice con ference. British cabinet holds two meetings, but London believes near eastern situation much eas ier. ' v Death of Rear Admiral Charles K. Clark, who commanded bat tleship Oregon in famous trip around the horn in Spanish war. , Isadora Duncan and Russian poet husband detained by immi gration authorities on arrival from Europe and must face board of inquiry at Ellis island. United States bankers arrive by thousands for great conven tion in New York City. ; Four 1920 income exceeded $5,000,000 each and John D. Rockefeller's estimated at more than $8,000,000. , Russia in note to allies seeks French support for admission to . Near East conference. Patrick s: Cosgrove, uncle of president - of Irish free state government, shot dead in Dublin. Colonel Gonatas, leider of suc cessful Greek revolution, say defense of Thrace is Greeks' real purpose and that people are not yet ready for republic. . New York society woman pays Greenwich, Conn., tax bill with 42,000 pennies sent n keg. New Jersey authorities bar representative of family of Rev. Edward Wheeler flall from ex humation of bi body. False reports that Great Brit ain had declared war on Turkey , stir Canada in absence of Sun day newspapers. t Sevrino Cabral, nine years old, .immigrant lad, died at ea after drinking half pint of moon shine whiskey. MISERY IS APPALLING Pestilence Hangs the City of Smyrna Over AMERICANS TAKE REFUGEES AWAY To Date About 300,000 Per sons Have Been " Evacuated Smyrna, Oct. 2 (By the Associated Press). Rear Admiral Mark . Bristol, commander of the American naval squadron in Turkish, waters, is striv ing' through the commanders of the American destroyers hers to induce Mustapha Kemal Pasha to extend the time limit' for the evacuation of the refugees from Smyrna, but thus far without success. , , 11 To date, 300,000 persons have been evacuated, but a large number' still remain. ' A pall of pestilence hangs over this city, which is rapidly becoming unin habitable. The American sailor are continuing their splendid work for the relief of, the sufferers. Twelve Greek ships under the protection of the American nag left yesterday with thousands of refugees for Mitylene and other islands otf the Smyrna coast. Constantinople, Oct. 2. American relief workers in Athena have sent the following telegram to the headquar ter of their organization here: The Mitylene situation is chaotic and impossible to organise. The mis ery i inconceivable, the death rate is - i .i , . e - .1 j : : . I Csticura Quickly Soct&ei Rashes ftnd Irritations Hot baths with Cuticnra Soap, fol lowed by light application of Cuti. cura Ointment, , afford immediate relief in moat case of raibes. irrita tions, eczemas, etc. Cut icura Talcum la also excellent for th akin. ' Sh Trtm to IUI1. kMrmmOinrn tmm nturlM.IMM. 1.U1M . Min."M rrary. wnare. mfM.vraiauuiTilcaiM MjrfCtMi Sump alums wHbmt mam. NEGOTIATING SOFT COAL WAGE About -100 Operators Ac cepted Invitation of John L, Lewis CONFERENCE AT CLEVELAND STARTS NORWICH LOSES . TO DARTMOUTH Miners' Policy Committee of 128 Members Par-V-.tidp.ttog increasing and thousand of additional refugees are arriving. " About 2i),000 retugee are at Pi raeus and more are expected, l tie American committee i earing for thousands of mother and badies, A local newspaper is raising a million drachmas fund." . MORE ENTRIES AMERICAN LEAGUE. FRENCH BILLIARD1ST A RIVES. Robert Contia Will Play In 1S.J Balk, line Championship. New York, Oct. 2, With arrival from France of Robert Contin, all the probable contest for the 18.2 talkhne billiard championship in th tourna ment to be held here in November are now in the I'nited r-tates. According to tentative plans, the entry list for the tournament will be I inure dto si, three foreign and three Ameri.aa player. Chicago 1, St. Loui 2. Detroit 5, Cleveland fl. New York 1; Washington 0. , Saturday' Games. New York 3, Boston 1. . Washington 7, Philadelphia 3 (flrat). Philadelphia 7, Washington 4 (sec ond). . . Cleveland 4, Detroit 1. St. Louis 11, Chicago 7. , American League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. New York 84 0 .611 St. Loui .......... 03 1 .604 Detroit 7 75 .514 Chicago 77 77 .500 Cleveland 78 78 JSIW Washington , 6 85 .442 Philadelphia 65 8! .422 Boston . 61 93 .3!W . NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburg 4, Cincinnati 5 (first). Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 3 (second), ft. Loui 7, Chicago 1. Philadelphia 6, Brooklyn 8. Boston 3, New York 0 (first). New York 3, Boston 0 (second). i Saturday' Games. Boston 5, New York 1 (first). New YorkS, Boston 3 (second). Brooklyn , Philadelphia 4. ft. Loui P. Chicago 8 (first). R. Louis 5, Chicago 3 (five innings, ram; second Fame). Pittsburg 7, Cincinnati 7 tlO inninz. .t-i . . ' National Lr.us Standing. For the Horse Endurance Test Later in the Month. Burlington, Oct. 2. Announcement wa made yesterday by the board of sponsors of the 1922 horse endurance ride that several, more entries have been received. W. B. Brown of Berlin, N. H., has officially entered Cragmore,' the big thoroughbred that went through 1 the laat ride like a whirlwind with practi cally no training. Major C. P. George of Washington, D. C, who formerly owned Cragmore, will ride bim this year. One more Boston horse has alio been entered in Sun Ray, a Kentucky saddle bred mare, owned by J. Howard Lea man. Two more of the thoroughbreds that were in the money last year are to compete again. Major C. L. Scott of Washington will enter Pathfinder, aud Major Louis Beard will enter Vagrant. The board of sponsors have received offer of co-operation from both the Burlington chamber $f commerce, through W. W. Townsend. and the Greater Vermont association, through James P. Taylor. The ride begins here on Monday morning, Oct. 16, and ends , here on Friday evening, Oct. 21. Th ride this year win he entirely witnin tne state of Vermont, M0NTPELIER WON. Defeated Bane Golf Team at Country Club Course. The Barre Golf club team met the Montpelier club team on the Country club course at Montpelier Saturday afternoon and were defeated by th lat ter, the final ecore being 8',i for Mont pelier to 2V for Barre. Montpelier, Barre. Brownlee ...... 0 J. Stewart 1 IVmpsey 1 Freeland 0 Green Backfield Show Up Well Agaimfti , Stubborn Resistance of North field Eleven. - Hanover, N. H., Oct. 2. Dartmouth got off to a good start here Saturday, handing Norwich a decisive 20 ' to 0 beating in the opening game of the sea son. ; Although superior in every de: partment, .uartmouurs snowing was far from brilliant. The Green total was held down by stubborn resistance by the Norwich line when pressed and by several fumbles in the Dartmouth backfield when a touchdiwn seemed in prospect. The game was played be neath a broiling sun which necessitated many substitutions. Hurd, a promising guard candidate, broke bis ankle in the third period. The Dartmouth backfield more than lived up to expectations, but the line was weaker than it has been in the pre-sean scrimmage session. The ab sence of Eddie Lynch, and ( Hank Bjorckmann, ends, and Swenson, guard, wa partly responsible for the failure of the Green forwards to hold the op position more consistently. . Pudge Neidlingcr, tackle, starting hi final year for Dartmouth, wa all over th field, making holes for hi backfield, and breaking ; up the Norwich play with regularity. The Verraonter made but one first down, while Dartmouth accounted for 14. Dartmouth scored early in the first quarter, after Captain Burke' 20-yard dash around left end had paved the war for Leavitt's touchdown, The lineupi ' Dartmouth. Norwich. Hagenbuckle, Cordon, 1 r , Mulykcen, Miner, Ferand Neidlinger, Goldstein, 1 t...T t. Walker Taylor, Carpenter, Cubbins, 1 g g. Griffiths, Sullivan, Druse r Moore, Ellis, e. ;.c, Kadigan, Whitconib Sweetsler, Hurd, Murphy, r g - 1 K Leaghy Aschenbach, Hatch, r t... ..1 t, Ashton Watkin. Seavey, re 1 e, Rosenthal Smith, q b ............ n b, Bradley Calder, Wright, Maroney, I h r h b, WeWftt, Hone Burke,. Belles, r h b - 1 h b, O'Hara, Marsden Leavitt, Foster, f b....f b, Walsh, Rice Score, Dartmouth 20, Norwich 0. Touchdowns, Foster 2, Leavitt. Goals from touchdowns, Wright 2. Referee, Pendleton of Bowdoin. Umpire, Bratt of Tuft., Linesmn, Canell of Tuft. ..Cleveland, Oct. 2, (By the Asso ciated Press), Bituminous operators and official of the United Mine Work ers of America gathered here for a join conference thi aternoon to arrange for future wage scales in accordance with an agreement signed here August 15, which ultimately brought an end to the soft coal strike. Approximately i 100 operators cepted the invitation sent out ten day ego by John L. Lewis, president of the United Miner' union and T. K. Maher, local operator, who was chairman of the joint conference last August, the miner represent lion includes their policy committee, numbering 128. , In addition to opening negotiations for a wag scale to supplement tht which expires March 31, 1923, the con ference is expected to take up the question of collective bargaining. TO MEET A. E F. QHAMPI0N. Mot Weather McadsscitoG When yon cool off suddenly and ' when you sleep in 8 draft, you get a Cold. The natural result ' ts Headaches, Neuralgia and Sore MtMclea. y , . To Stop the Headache and Work off the Cold. a Take Laxative BiiMff3 tablatM ;- ..j.i THAT DEPRESSED FEELING caused by the heat Is quickly relieved by just one dose of Lax ative BROMO QUININE Tablet. Does not contain any harmful or habit-forming drag. Tba box bears this signature Price 30c. MIDDLEBURY HAS 525 STUDENTS. Floyd Johnston sad Bob Martin to Box 15 Round. New York, Oct. 2 Floyd Johnston, Sun Francisco heavyweight, r and Bob Martin, A. E. F. champion, have been matched to box 15 rounds at Madison Square garden next Friday night. Harry Grcb had been pitched tenta tively as Martin' opponent but the New York state athletic commission ruled that the American light heavy weight champion cannot box in this state until he meets Johnny Wilson of Boston for the middleweight title. MEET ST. MICHAEL'S WEDNESDAY Pancho Villa Meet Battling Murray. Philadelphia, Oct. 2. Pancho Villa, who recently won the American flv- weight championship from Johnny Buff, will meet Battling Murray of thi city, in an eight-round bout, to-night. Mur ray ha boxed Jimmy Wilde, holder of the world'" flyweight title, twice. Norwich Eleven Will Have Game oa Norwich Athletic Field. NnrthfMd, Oct. 2. Manager "Chap pie" Northrup of the Norwich tem ha booked a mid-week game with at. Mi chaele college ' for Wednesday after noon at 4 o'clock on the Norwich th letic field. This contest will be prelimi nary affair to the meeting on next, Sat urday-witn isew Hampshire Mtate in Durham, N. H. The showing made by the Norwicb eleven last Saturday against Dartmouth' big team which wa held to three touchdown ha given the Maroon and Gold men a lot of con fidence. The Dartmouth game, com bined with the meeting with St. Mi chael's, should put the Norwich eleven in a position to give the Granite state player a good battle. Football Results. Harvard 20, Middlehury 0. Yale 13, Carnegie Tech 0. Princeton 30, John Hopkins 0. Boston university 3, Colby 3. Tuft W, Connecticut Aggie 0. Vermont 7, Maine 0. New Hampshire 21, Bate 7. Bowdoin 28, Amherst 7. Williams 41, Hamilton 0. Weeleyan 23, Union 0. Holy Cross 33, Providence. 3. Dartmouth 20, Norwich 0. ' Brown 27, Rhode Island 0. Trinity 9, Lowell Textile 2. Vermont academy 19, Windsor 13. Springfield H. S. 7, Stevens H. S. 0. St. Albans 39, Montpelier Som. 0. Brattleboro H. 8. 18, Bellow Falls Freshman Class Totals 164 at Openioz of College. Mkddlehurr."' Oct.' 2. Ficures from the office of the registrar of Middle-i burr college show an enrollment of 525 ! undergraduate : student and eight j graduate students. Of the undergradu ate 258 are enrolled in the men' college; and 259 in the women's college. While j it is expected that registration in tiiej wonien a colb'g is practically com plete it i known that there will be a, considerable increase in the men's col lege. This is due to men who havr been detained by illness or otherwise and who will register later. The freshman class totals 184, 101 men and 63 women. The limit wa set last year at 100 men and 00 women nd since early summer applications have been put upon the waiting. liat. The Money Value of a thing is not the thing itself, but it is somethingv Life insurance is a poor substitute for a life, but prevents suf fering. Consult ii. National Life Ins. Co. Vt' (Mutual.) S. B. Ballard, gen eral agent, 45 State street, Montpelier; U. J. i&eager, local agent. 3 1 1 II V .1 1111 i II ' r V. ...... CTW The New Things in Suits and Overcoats Many of them have-already arrived others are on the. way. The full stock will be ready to be shown most any day' now. , But what you need has no doubt arrived,-.' J ;Vv T'Q'0 Suitsfor Fall and. Winter, $16.50 to $50.00. Overcoats, with belts all around, $25 to $50. Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothi . ' ' i VV"' . Barre's Leading Clothiers, , .122 North Main St v TeL 275-M World' s rasr Tunbridge, Vt. ' October 3, 4, 5, 1922 Thursday as good as Wednesday something doing all day both days. BIG, CLEAN MIDWAY CELEBRATED GREEN MOUNTAIN BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC FREE ATTRACTIONS Scott and Byard, Minstrels. Sinatra and Ferrari, with their $500 accordion, from the high class White Entertainment Bureau. . . . . . ' , " , '" L. 0. Stockton Bicycle Riding Fox Terrier Dogs. . One of the best. Orchestras in Dreamland hall, on the grounds. . A New Merry-Go-Round, up-to-date in every way. Radio Hear the great invention. ' ' Ball Game Thursday forenoon. , .. . 1 Foot Racing Wednesday morning. " The high school re lay race will be a hot one. 1 , ' ' ' - Real Horse Racing each day. C. H. Gordon r.tarter, f Jersey Cattle club, official show, $50.00 premium of fered by the C. O, C. J. C. A. Dairy cattle judging demonstration by J. G. Watson. Poultry gulling demonstration by Prof. Gorton U. S. A. The state insect exhibit, day time moving pictures. . . Auto Traveling Library First in New England. Cow Test Assn. exhibit, County Agent exhibit, Boys Calf club. Be sure to see them; the education alone will be worth the admission. - ' ' Admission: Adults, 50c; Children, 25; Car, 50c; Double Team, 50c; Single Team, 25c; Motorcycle, 25c; Exhibitor's Ticket, $2.00. EDW. P. FLINT, Sec. . Automobile Insurance J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE- 34-R. ecsBaa8s?T' ! Leslie C'haraberlin MeKee . . . . F. Corey . . , Glraann .... O'Dell Woodruff .', 0 1 D. Stuart 0 Leith 0 Lamphier Chamberlin A. Johniton . W. Johnston Kute ,. Mower' Wheaton Murray .. 0 ''0 .. 0 0 1 W. Tobir. 0 fie ai r o 71 - 73 Another match between the two' cluba will be played next Saturday. for FO Fd S The Ignition System inai nuns me nngine ror You Won. Lost Pet. 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