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f JGIMUBE Comb ' K8 MMf Mk teSntf UlMHl. rCBnr Crss wfll he en taltopattke through Jjai will eemprlse the ft. , XL There wTJ be about Uety teterna MapMUato asjavath, true puyers. . rnrr wtiM -- viMim' "iWt tut HrM lr Cuiw, 1 til, to attend tic aaawloM kSniieB or Mjr prefessieaai; r ImUmII teams, waose nprexa. ItUves assemble mtr.mrt ika tte eaapaln tor tha wsriTi rteapleasuia, - Mum nr Flaalgan left the la ' mhmIi hi chug ef Captain ftosUa, who will have anther, ft to conduct all nutters ef todies while Naahrea I ah. itat Sir Walter hopes to Ufa every big tea tor gaatet at BeefUs park and will open ajttieUeas at the conference. . Marcos Brough and his battery F rabid Independent boosters are , smblng the trl-dtlee todsy on the ' ant lap of their week's mara Mkea to flu a apeclal booator sup- : aisaent of The Argus a weta irom ' nuirdsy with adTertiaementa of ': metloally every merchant and In I iutrial promoter In the commun- With Brougn, tne rouowing are anwclsted In the tenure that will feast materially in decreasing the tattial expenses of the Independ atb: J. J. Rlmmerman, John Fo- , Ity, Glean Klneaid, Tom Brennan, wtttiam R Kale. Martin Klnner, Mi Hawley. John Paridon and ; P. W. Applegate. I J t To Preelade Cat-ln. ' f The aim of these self-appointed i Heaters is to raiaaat least 1,500 iM defray all overhead ezpensea of Mkt ttam and thus to avoid the ne- C enslty of cottisc Hcto, the players' St for funds with which to start Independents on their way to f Ik world's championship, the ' ata' got out today for the first f tlx and by nightfall It la expact i 1 that encouraging results will be untie. A week from SaturdayjAe Argus will issue a 12-page Supplement naiete with news aaa news ana Mords of the Independents, past tti preienti together with brand action 'and "still" photographs i ot all the Alayera snapped at Dou h lu urk iv TtiA iivni ramflrl. f am Sigi not The supplement will be de nned and made up wiur tne ut- aost tute and care, and will prove attractive acquisition to the bos' scranbooke. No better au i thentlc review of Rock Island-foot tair achievements could be obtain' el for love or money. - The campaign resultt will ap- ptar In The Argus from day to day, fferini special advertising Induce- nts to every advertiser in the M-clties to come in and boost the uuepsnaenu and at the same time call attention to his own wares ere forcibly, perhaps, than through any other advertising me una. Reasonable rates will be atksd for the advertisements, in order that the smallest advertiser ay come in for the same fee as the largest and get value received. To Lesser Deaora, - Particular stress is nut on indi TUnal cash donations of lesser de nominations that from time to thai, are positive to roll into the Conn AT tha TndanAnanf m TK A argaa wiH also cooperate with the I 1 sIma ihm(i.i , tag sad receiving all such whole oaled contributions that shall go w increase Rock Island's chances e bring the world's football title here from Canton, in case suck a tame can be arranged. All these he-men and she-women esters, who wish to contribute ANY amount of cash to assist the dab, so as not to force the players o cat their weekly T"t -" com- Bonicate With the Snnrtin Rriitnr of The Argus, or Marscus BrougnT t MDuson building; phone R.. L 004, HOEfiES OUT AGED RECORDS RTTNOTNO 0NSYBACT7SS OVAL bVraeuse, it. T., Sept. It-One Jjwld's record waa broken and aa '' equaled at tha Grand Circuit "Whig sero yesterday. Prinoe ""f aet a new mark for double Pjed bones when he paoad a mile held by Harvester at LOW for trot and 2.04 H for the pace, "wee Loree's mark for the trot is iUU. PrlnAA Tama lm mmiI Uin David Ehaw of Cleveland, WO, and wu Hrinn In TMrtontiT'i wuon by Michael Devitt. psaie equaiM we worm s V? 7mVrL p,adnK ?t8 ;04 in the 2:1 class pacing I hI? Oeaeral Todd first eatab "med the mark seven yean ago. time equaled the fastest heat J the Syracuse meeting, made by ter Manning in thex first heat of Empire State a take. The time j the three hosts was the fastest the Syracuse meeting. NOTICE. kji office from Molina to room No. Safety building, . Rock Island. Pe hours. 10 to.12 i to 5 and 7 to p. i l ana v f Avi v ea rvwT Va Moonlight Ride on the Steam- . . w. BuL Friday, Sept. 17. Ji nrby ef hkzx Ozlj W. ' BY DiAS SXTDER, i A mediocre ball club can swisk, through the schedule for a pennant if it gets good pitching. Another thing aa a rule a team that can boast of a pitch jt who wins 30 or mora games in a sea son' can count its chickens in. There are a few exceptions, bow ever.. The case of Cy Young, tfce Ohio agriculturiat. Is on -of them, Cy pulled this . feature pitching stunt live different seasons, three times for the Cleveland club and twice for the Red Sox, but either of these clubs came home In front during his triumphs. Hatty's Keeorl. Christy Mathewson turned the trick ot piling up SO- Or more vic tories for the Giants four times. New York won two pennants and finished second a pair of times while Matty was setting these rec ords. The famous iron matt. Joe McGinntty, helped Christy pitch, the McGrawites to pennants in 1904 1905 by also winning-over 30 games each fit these years. Another veteran monnd ace. Graver Cleveland Alexander, ranks next to Cy Young and jChristy Mathewson in accumulating atringi of 10 or mora victorias in a eeaon. Alex won at gama in 1P1S, llf and 1917 for the Phillies. Philadelphia won Its first National League pen nant in 1915 and came in second the following two years. ' Jack McCombs won 31 games for the nennant-wtnninc Athletics - in 1910. "Smoky" Joe Wood pitched 34 wins tor the Red Sox in 1911 and gave Boston the muslin. Bagltr la Ace. This year the theory tnat a dab which has a pitcher who can cop OEARDSTOVII ALL "IIET UP" Henaaa-Kelly Match Bepi.fl fe ntes Furore Ameaff twu 1 - Southern Tier. Beardstown, Sept II. The big gest event In the way of an athletic exhibition ever presented to the public in this part of the country to scheduled for the Princess theatre, in BeardBtown. Tuesday evening. Sept 21, when world championship bout will take place between Pete Herman ot New Orleans, world champion bantamweight and Jimmy Kelly or Chicago, who has fought all of the top-notch era, Including Frankle Mason of Fort Wayne, Ind., whom he met three weeks ago in Bast Chicago. The.match Will be for the championship of the world and will be the first world cham pionship light staged in Illinois for, - Kelly will meet Mason atSouth Bend, Indent 13. ,w. hlh nriced el This to the highest priced athletic exhibition ever promoted for ar anv nther adace in thla next of the state. Three times aa large a guarantee had to he post ed as upon any previous occasion. A world championship fight cer tainly puts Beardstown upon the sporting map. ' Kxpeet Bhr Crewd. ' pranarmtiona are betas made to take cafe of the Ismost crowd Of sort fans the city has ever had. Hotels and restaarants will see that their part of the program la waul taken care of. Elevated seats at the ringside win give those whode- sire to seethe matehat does range p ! i nenm 1 - ppsrsB7ssisai-r TO TO PITCHERS UvUt ef CsUi Louies 30 or mare games ganerally takes the pennant may be tested by the Cleveland Indiana. Jim Bagby had but 37 games in the ice-box for Tris Speaker np to Sept 13. With two mora weeks to go tha Cleve land ace should reach the 10 mack If he falls down the Indians' chance to lafid a pennant may go atone with it. o , -f Coveleskie and Caldwell have helped Bagby carry tte Tribe's pitching burden. Cart Mays is the Yankees' best winner, with Qninn, Shawkey and Coiliqt training in the amount of good accomplished. For the White Sox "Lefty" Kerr heads their pitching procession, al though William, mar and Ci cotte have all Won mora games, but, also, tkey have lost more. Brooklyn's bid for the pennant, Which is becoming stronger every day noWt is centered around a great pitching staff. Wllbert Robinson. Once a great catcher, knows bow to develop and keep aia moundsmen In ton condition. . v Burleigh Grimes Is the Dodgers' main tower, of pitching strength. Ptetfer, Marquard. MitcheU, Ma maux and Cadore are also all in great form to come down tin stretch. If the Flatbush toys do win out they'll be 4 good betting proposition for the next world's champions wita auck an array ot neavers. . , - , Reds' Weakness. ' Poor pitching has made the Cin cinnati Reds a questionable ' ball club alt year. If their pitchers. who vera such bright stars a year ago, had kept it up this year Pat Moran would already be dlstribut- rlnxh Of the theatre la ample to seat a touch more than ordinarily large crowd. All out of town visitors to the event will be well eared tor and large numbers are expected to be present ; , Atblette shows in Bearastowh are meeting with the popular approval ot women and lane iiunaoera of them are attending the eahibitions. No smoking is allowed and no other activities permitted that will be of fensive to the cleanest minded per son. . The police department ot Beardstown will be en hand to see that nothing takes place to which anyone could object Tne nenram. .Pets Herman of New Orleans. world champion bantamweight vs. Jimmy Kelly, Chicago's sensational challenger, for the world champion ship fh their class, will box 10 rounds to a decision. Bd Smith, sporting editor of the Chloage American, will positively he here to officiate an. referee. The Sporting editor of til Springfield State Reg ister will he the official timekeeper. Joseph Chamberlain of Beardstown will he official nnnounesr and Andy Dana, lightweight boxer of Men- month will he at the bell. There will be two good preliminaries and a battle royal. . TlePaWa. Tickets will be on sale in Beards tows at the Salon pharmacy, the Park hotel. Hunters- cigar store, James Hanks' soft drink parlor and Shape's pool hall. In JaeanoaviUe Springfield at Johnnie Cetmers and Edite Knox's cigar store and In RuahviUe at Fred Reed's hnroer shop. Prices wtu range II. 12, 13 aM rincttde It. Bpirisl attention wni be given te mall orders for tickets and reeervettoat win he made upon rseetpt ef nofles. First hont will hegln at l:M p ss and the main bout at t:30 p m With Chance of 20 Wis ihg tile fall series pateboards. But his pitchers have fallen down mis erably. At that they are giving Brooklyn a fun for their money and might yet Upset the Dodgers' dope; Luque is the leading hill-top performer for thy Redlegs. Eller, Reuther, Fisher and-Ring have had a hard time to win mora than half thai nnill - A rant. rvf youngsters, Napier and Breasler, have each won n pair ef games for their first starts, which an helps. " Toney, Nehf, Barnes and Doug' las have done most to keep the Giants' stock booming. Benton has been a losing proposition. The team behind them is a young one. and, though very brilliant -St times, is hardly of caliber to cop this year. Johnny Elvers has put a lot ot hustle in them, but they hate only an outside chance to nose out the Dodgers unless Uncle Wilbert's pitchers should all break their legs or something else between now and Oct 8. ." Pennant Turnpike. A club with good pitching always has an excellent chance to pro gress on the pennant turnpike. The club that has one or more pitchers who can win 30 games in a season is an odds on favorite. r But Bagby of the Indians to the only pitcher of both leagues Who has a chance to feature with such a string this year. Alexander of the Cubs is Bagby'a runner-up, but the Chicago club is already out ot the flag fight With three clubs in 'both leagues staging blanket-September finishes the monad work from now on will tell the story. The two clubs which get the best ot it Will do the big series advertising in October. HIGHS READY FOR 6RADS AdaptaMltty Heat Expected to Favor Them In Alumni Gnaw Satarday. BY -ALIBI AL." The grade are tetttha- organised In fine shape and are expecting to hahd the high aquad a walloping. usual, next Saturday. . The alumni hate one Of the beat teams lined np that has played the open ing game with the school boys for some time. . Carl Krbstoln is setting the hoys lined np and after a look at his Itst It appears aa though the high team would have a bard time In giving the old boys the K. O. - One thing that will work asnlnst tne alumni will he the heat Coach Klinmel has had his men out every night for lone practices and they are, in a way, ased to it The alum ni, en the other hand, have net been out and will go on the Seld for the first time on Saturday. The grade say their individual prowess will np for anything that they may not have in the way of training. Tentattre fJaoup. Although the linen has not teen figured out aS yet, a tentative one waa given out last night Mercer, who played 'center oh the high Senad several years ago and on the aiumnl tease fntan!te a while, will Play tns same position again Satur- day. Martin and Hendren are linedVmentkmed above, the following- are up for . the guards and Kiefal and asked to be there, and Anyone else roawlck at tackle. The ends will who wtahea to jHay: Brown, Lot twesaal be Doe and JLstoey. gren. t?ttilseav4Mlia, tUrrii ai in tne harsnela, earn BCIF oiEYiiEnns warns reea ran EaAarel ka Ts4ais fltfa rqrasTestariay'a stoaaJta la AB.aJkiG Four pairs are entered in tadr championship flight tor the tri-dtr ao" bus ever tne Hook island ar- ssnai unks. - Tkey are: Artkur Smith vs. William Allen. WUlard Velto vs. K Peek, Robert Lea vs. Leon Mitchell and. D. French vs. W. Skinner. Velle.Vlakt vear'a champion, is Dlavtac throswh la excellent form and. to expected by man? gnu entnosiaiu to repeat Today's pairtnrs in Class A. are aa roiiows: Van Patten vs. C. Skinner, Holkrook vs. Nelson. John- sen vs. Harrington, and Schmidt vs. Akin. v The tollowing wlll compete In the Class B. rounds: Heuer vs. Sun- dine, Roddewig vs. Enrlehart Bates vs. Stark and SoverhlU rt Wilson. ciaas c. pairing today arc: oilk vs. Throop, Abraham vs. Stephens, ana iwiana, nye. .. V lesterday's Results. A. Smith defeated H. LuakTl and 1. W, Allen defeated L. Arp, 4 and 3. W. Velie defeated G. Peek, S and 4. B. Peek defeated L. Allen, 3 and 2. R. Lea defeated J. Cadv, 3 and 3. Mitchell defeated J. Han sen, 4 and 3. D. French defeat&l W. Mueller. 1 up. W. Skinner de feated B. Mueller, 4 and t. Class A. results yesterday were: G. Van Patten defeated C. Heuck, ana 5. C Skinner defeated U Hanson. 7 and 5. E. Holbrook de feated R. Mitchell. 6 to 5. H. Net son defeated A. Webster, default E. Johnson defeated L. Nelson, 4 and H. Harrington defeated T. Roa- enfleld, 2 up. H. Schmidt defeated F. Fischer, 7 and 5. C. Akin de feated Captain Bode, 4 and 3. Class B. Flight Class B results were: W. Hener defeated M. Coleman, 3 and 1. J. Sundine defeated C. White, 6 and 5. P. Roddewig defeated A. FOerber, 2 un. R. Bnelehart defeated H. Williams, 4 and 3. H. Bates defeat ed T. French, 5 and 4. W. Stark de teated O. Schmidt 3 and 2. H. Sov erhlU defeated P. Schlegel, 2 and 1. TO "Big Ten" Grid Rivals BeginLongGrindWiih All Eyes - " Chicago. Sept II. Thefe were more notables absent than present on Stagg field when Amos Alonso Btagg lined up'hia forty candidates yesterday afternoon for the start of his twenty-ninth football aea son Four ot the "Old Man's" let ter men were missing and seven of his other promising candidates were not present to run circles wnen ue tin whistle tooted. Hlton, Phoney, ttana and Halladav were the let ter men who did not check in, and Hartung, Neff, Strobmier, palmer, Stahr, Read and Smith also failed to. show. ' It is expected that all of them will come in ptety toon, u tjey are to cdtne at all. tot "the Marodn coach has a treses greeting for the aspirants whO fajl to Come early and Work late, the lineup present yesterday would make a fair team, but it would not be much of a chamntanabiD contender, for it lacked the bit oi ciaas wai ub Big Ten leader la going to need this season. " Fair Strand Reports. Tha irian Who retorted for work r . - - . yesterday were Capt Jackson, Mc Gulre, Crisler, Hlnkie. Reber, Her mes, Hutchinson, Heaisch, Cole, Lewis, Redman, nmrne, Newhall. Tatge. McQulag, Miner, Schwab, McMaster, oeoer, Math, Belk Hlrseh, Hedeen, Nor gten. Trout Davis, Leggette, Omer, Lambert, Kroah, Harris and Proud foot I rwr a first day Workout it waa a hard one that the candidatos were given yesterday. The not nay ana the work told on the outfit, end when they finished with the new trick dummy arranged for interfer ence practice, the passing ana kicking and wind sprints, ue au- letes were hardly equal w ue wa of getting oft the field. Stag? HeaeeauttaL As usual, the "Old Man" was non MmMiui ahont bis outlook. "Some ot those whom I expected would be here are not, and tnere are no men hern who were not counted on be fore the season started. "I doht know exactly what kind of n performance the men, can give nnifl n have a real same, but I have a fair idea of tte ability of most ot thenu" OHIO STATE. v Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 16. Sev-ntv-two Buckeye warriors headed fcv Coach Wllce trotted on Ohio field yesterday while several hun dred students crowded the side steth and Dufflh are candidates for the enarterttaek posttmn. carl An derson wiU ae doubt he neld cap tain, aa he has for the last three years. Stapp and Acklef Will prob ably stay at the naives ana wmax tor at full. ' Meet Fileay Ibrhl There will be a meeting- of all those who intend to plar in the thesJilghiaaerelses. tame next Saturday at school Friday nirht at T:30. Six- nsls and plafs will then be gtrtn out BeeMes the amen In the liaeup Grid Plans : of Staleys Seelrtitie Decatur. UL. Sent 1C With the playing ef the LawreacevlUe Have- Unas in ue anal game ot the 1930 tson here Bandar, the starch- workers will turn their attention to the gridiron game, the A. B. Statoy company, expecting to have one of the greatest teams in the history of processional football. For the last three months 0. aV Chamberlain, general supermtend- Leoi t the Stlr company, and ueorge Haias, rprmer Illinois U star, have been busy lining up some of the best football material in the west Baekfleld candidates include Bob Kohler, Northwestern; Dutch Star unman, Illinois ; Jake '"t". Illi nois; Walter Pearce, Pennsylvania; Walter Veach and Charles Dressed of last season's eleven; Kyle Mo Wherter, Leo Johnson and Sidney Gepford. former Mllukin U ath letes. The leading candidates foe. line positions are George Halaa. Illi nois; Hugh Blacklock, Michigan Aggie; Jerry Jones, Notre Dame. aU former members of the Great Lakes and Hammond elevens; Bert Ingwereon, Illinois: Oeom Traf- ton, Notre Dame; Roes Petty, nil- now; A. Feichtlnger, Multnomah Athletic club, Portland, Ore. Jack Mlntun ot last season team, Ran ney Young and Roy Adklns, for merly with kOlllkln U. TWO ZULE BCOBO OK TRACK BROKEN NOW York, Sept 16. Extermina tor, the -yeax-old gelding owned by W. S. Kilmer, broke the American track record for two miles at Bel mont park yesterday in the race for the autumn gold cup. He ran the distance in 3:21 4-5. The previous record was 3:26 3-5. P. Wilson defeated Dr. Kyster, 2 and L - Results in Class C. were: C. Gilk defeated F. Throop, 1 up. E. Abraham defeated A. Abraham, 4 and 3. G. Stephens defeated F. White, 3 and 2. C Noland, bye. On the Title line. , Tackling the dummies and shoving the block Waa the order for the- line, while punting and for ward passing occupied the bacli-fieldera.- Just before quitting time Nemecek was placed at center, flanked on the right by Trott, guard; Spiers, tackle, and Slyker, end. Od the jeft Were Welch and Captain Huffman. Several were tried at left end. Isabel and Work men Showed ttp1' well in punting and these two Sophomores will make old timers in the Buckeye baekfleld bustle. Besides Director St Johs and Coach Wiles "Red" Trautmin, Grant Ward and "Chic" Harley were in coaches' uniforms. ILLINOIS. -Urbana, III, 0ept It. First foot ball practice ot the season opened oh Illinois field yesterday when i five full elevens reported. The II- Ilnl certainly loom up as strong contenders for the 1920 honors with so many members of last year's championship team present 'Among last year's Stars are: Line, Deppler, Carney and Reichle; backs, Cran gle. Bob Fletcher, Ralph Fletcher and WalquiSt; ' halfback, Olander; tackle, Mohr and Ems (17) guards. The live elevens were given plenty of exercise in signals, punting and piece aiciing. MICHIGAN. Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept 16. Twenty-tour men, tour of whom are veterans, reported to Coach Yost yesterday and were given workouts. The entire coaching stall was on hand for the -afternoon workout The first man to report was Cap tain Goets. Others were Usher, Steketee and Hugh Wilson, all vet erans, and Bank, Hulser, Goeble, Trout Sutton, Rice, Stipt, Van Or- edn, Dunn, Avery, Walter, Searle, Rowland, Cappon, Johnson. Hay- den. Gustus, Haller, Richards and Bailey. In a little lecture Yost told the men there are going to be good teams in the conference this year. IOWA. "lows City, Sept 16. Iowa uni versity opened the football season yesterday, with 27 men assembled to hear instructions from Coaches Jones, AShmore and Reedl All of last year's eligible regulars except three were back and participated in the limbering up exercise. Jones tried out old and new players sad set the bell in motion forecasting the initial battle of the year with Indiana at Bloomington, Oct 22. Slater, negro crack tackle, will re turn Thursday, he wired Jones yes terday,. r MCnrESOTA. Minneapolis, Sept 18. Three dosen candidates trotted on the field behind Captain Trygve John sen on Northrop field for their first foothaU. Dr. Williams, Minnesota, ordered a workout consisting only of skull practice end Umbering up Prospects are for a STW Johnson, Oss and many other stars will play the first gams with North Dakota Octet. XOTKC SAME. Notre Dame. Ind.. Sent It Con. fronted with tha heaviest schedule cameo xor a aotre Dame team, r.'EJflGET0FElt!fllfFLll!50f ' yaqs ai:d RCui;is ci Finns -malted Vew Terk, Sent IsW The peesfatllty ef taking- a torrtfte while their ngnuy tne leaders ef the nsajer than Ueir nearest rivals. That means that wdass they tej acidemias whh the swaaist hsmOiadea el mmg their rtrau ssejt kehtteaiy te the tape to fru Despite that onager, Brooklyn leeked safer than anreterere. Taw Robins sqseaked threagh the last gmrne yesterday with the Cabs, wto Mtag 1 te . Aa even break for the Robins la the ranuhtlng 13 gaaaes weald jemsel the CtaelMatt Reds to take 15 of It games te win. The Giants weald have to grab It of 17. The American league race costiansd hot. The Yankees, laving wen three more gnaws than Cleveland, the nearest rival, were la wad tactical positive. The Yankees have It mere gantes in which te etseh the pennant. Oetetaad has 17 mere la whteh te cat dewn tha Yankees kepea. The White Sex have bet 14 mere games te piny. . , MX AGAINST WALL x (United Press.) - Chicago, Sept, 14. The Usjaplag White Sox were eat for Meet today. - - - ' caeed by Bale Rath and his fellow slagfiaf Tanks, the Been have their hack te the wall making a last stead far their peeaaal Mplratlons. . The Yanks and Sex Open their most important series ef the year here today. Te heep In the pennnnt race. It Is ftgnned Gtoasou will have to take at least two of the three games. A clean sweep by the Yanks will eliminate CUeng. , Early indications today were Dlekle Kerr would twirl for the Hose with Qulnn probably opposing. .,. HOW THIT STAHD 0W. W. L. -Pet Brooklyn .....84 58 J&S ClndnnnU ... 7& Sew York H tt Mi Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep 18 This was a vefy bum day for the old men's home, even though the Dodg ers did beat the ardent Cuba, 1 to 0, in the final game here, But one straw hat was thrown into the arena, and it came in response to Tom Griffith's one-hand eaten in the ninth that .headed eft trouble for the Dodgers. The doner ot the hat had chewed his initials in the brim, but that should make no dif ference to the lucky guy wno oops the kelly at the old man's home. When it comes to giving away something that has been thrown ,tt Mr. Kbbete wins the wire tooth uruBh. Martin held the Dodgers to five hits and we nicked Smith for eight The local man enjoyed been sup port, in the ninth Grjfflth raced across lots and speared O'FacreJl'a harBh drive in one hand. O'Farrell was the victim of another sad play in thh seventh. He led with a pop fly hit to right and tried for second base. KUduff shot the ball to Ol- Sson ana ne uroppea k aner lasgias . u.v rvn llari Bob out ? ; -' Score by innings: ' Brooklyn ....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Chicago ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fr-0 Batteries Smith and Miller; Martin and O'Farrell. REDS CHASE JTJTX. Philadelphia, Sept 18. Pat Mor as' tottering Reda broke their los ing streak yesterday when they won their first game in the last six starts, 3 to 2. Luque pitched the Moran men to victory in the final tilt of the series. A great catch by Duncan robbed Rawlings of a home run for the Phils In the fourth. 8 com by innings: Cincinnati ...0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 Philadelphia .00010010 02 Batteries Luque and Win go; With row, Meadows, Betts and Wheat PIRATES AXD URATES DITLDE. Boston. Sept. 1. Pittsburgh closed its season in Boston yester day by winning the first game of a double header, 2 to 1. and teeing the second. 4 to 1. Grimm's triple scored Pittsburgh's runs in the first game and Holke's triple brake up the second. Score by Innings (first game) : Pittsburgh ...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 jj0gtOn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Batteries Cooper ana Haeirner; McQuillen. Scott and O'NeiL (Second game): Boston .......0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 -4 Pittsburgh ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Batteries Flllinglm and Gowdy; Carlson and Schmidt THESCOREBOAEP Wantnniva wwnn- fnmmv firtfnt), Rmilrl-vn On a nf tha moat spectacular catches in the hlstorja! or Ebbets neld roDpea u rarreti oi the Cuba Ot a possible homef and a tnreatenea uud raiiy coiispsea. BAGBT gained revenge tor ine Tnrtlan hv hnldinr tha Athletics to three hits and winning, 14 to 0. GRIMM'S triple , gave nusourgn the first game of a double-header with the Braves. 2 to 1. Holke broke up the second with a triple in tne nitn, winning xor we craves, 4 to 1. LUQUE struck out nine Phillies while the Reds were winning, 3 to 2. BHERROD SMITH had the bet ter luck in a pitchers' battle with Cnaad Martin and the Robins took the last game from the Cuba, 1 to 0. wctt.mak. Brown nitcher. led his teammates at the bat with four hits In their 18 to 5 victory over the Red Sox. -' ' and handicapped by the absence ot eight members ot Last years unde feated eleven. Coach Rockne began work: with his Gold and Blue ath totes yesterday.. Prospects for i strong line are bright hut the baekfleld .outlook is swathed . In disappointment lAFAYtTTE. Lafayette. Ind., Sept 11. A pep session attended by the entire stu dent body marked the opening1 ot the football season st Purdue. In rennonse to the first call for candi dates issued ft? Captain Birk 9 men. turned out Among are 13 letter press.) seniM behM their becks the Hew Terk Glaato have fewer gaaeo e awad wa they may he snbleet tethe BOW THIT STAITD KOtY. ' W. L.' vPoh KewYork... ;.8 M Mi Cleveland 85 53 JtSt Chlcafe 85 U Ml Cleveland, Sept. It The Indians swamped the Athletics 14 to 3 cracking the offerings of Keefe an Moore for 23 hits for a total of 34 bases. Jim Bagby - was in . ran form and allowed but three hits, one of them a scratch. Bvery man em the Cleveland team, and there were 13 of them In the game, grabbed a hit for himself. - Score by innings: Cleveland ...14011110 14 Philadelphia 000000000 Battoriee Bagby and 0NelU. Nunamaker. BR0W8WI ORGY. ' St. Louis, Sept 10. In a battlnsj orgy with a aide issue of the bur lesque, St Louis overwhelmed Boston, 18 to 6, in the latter final appearance here this season. The Brown's tied the score oa WeilmSn's fluke fait in the seaandV his first of four out of five. They made a runaway race ot It scoring In every inning but the fifth. : Weil man, going all the way for the lo cals, was invincible in aj taut the first and ninth, in which the rls ltors counted all their runs. v Score by innings: St Louih ...1 2 110 13 t IS Boston 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 Batteries Wellman and Sever- eld. Collins; Karr, Hoyt and Sshang. t League Standings AMERICA LEAGUE.) , i 1 a i w. 1' Ptl New York . Cleveland . Chicago ... St Louis .. Boston .... Washington Detroit .... Philadelphia ....88 ....85 ....85 ....68 ....68 ....61 ....53 5J .SMI 53 I .62 56 .60TU 68 1 .6oor 74$ .4711 ' 73fcj AW. 93 1 .33 45 RATIOS LEAGUE. vw. Brooklyn A 84 Cincinnati 75 New York 76 Pittsburgh 71 Chicago ...68 St. Louis ..........64 Boston ....55 L. Pew 68 Jf9 61 .51 61 '4 .6551 64 $ .525! 72 I .4111 74 k .464, 76 ? .418. 83 i JJ4" j Philadelphia 54 X YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Americaa League. ' Cleveland 14 ; Philadelphia, 0. : St. Louis, 18; Boston 5. NO Others scheduled. k Ka'Jbval League, i . Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 0. i Boston, 1-4; Pittsburgh, 2-1; Cincinnati, 3 ;, Philadelphia, 1 No other games scheduled. BABE RUTH POLES1 TWO HOMERS OVER WALL FOB TOLEDO Toledo. O.. Sent 16. Toledo bit! Ferguson and Byrd for fifteen sate-' ties and defeated the New York: Yankeea. 8 to 7. in ten innings. Ruth's two home runs over the fight field wall accounted for six New York runs. '? - R.H.F- New York 3004000000 7 13 2 Toledo ...01020002218 15 . 2IITCHELL GETS & , HARD DECISION - OVERJ.HANLOH! Fort Worth, Texas, Sept 16. Jimmv Hanlon of Denver land Ritchie Mitchell Of Milwaukee frox ed 12 rounds here last night SThe shade went to Mitchell, but Hsalo nut un the best fight of, his life, giving Mitchell a great battle all; the way. . Boys' Stoesl That Wear ami Fit Dolly Subway X7SC3 Stjcontl Atoj.