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'4 7" " '' ' - " II i i n 1 til .1 -i O I ill o::.ZiJtE to t! fM" Bilmln Mart As toe (Spatial to Tka Axru.) Casta Okla. Soft Jfc-Tk. ul FeetbaU waa Mfbi ken Uft algfct wkk 11 titles wftwirtti TW avowed P. BwS ef the Hf raaUat wni to to faacUra far feetta!! -aletf tk e Urn the national eoafaalsflsw does fsr prefesslea I baseball Jim Thorpe, tka wtrtTl greatest all-aretmd atklete far U1 ttme, and awr, eaptaia and caach of tka Caatoa Bill. 4oKB, wu electa. pmMnt Baalateaaly. Stealer CofaO ef tievelaad wm chasm ilea president. Artknr Eaauney af Akron, Waa elected secretary traatarar. Tka fstlewtwr. executive com mit, wkeja iaitlal task will U to fnuaii rub of by-law for tka new association, wu elected! Dr. A. A. Yeas;, Ham Mead, Iad. Stanley Cofall, Clevelaadi Walter H. Flaalgan, Itoek Island, aa Carl Sterek, Dayton, Ohio. Eaek elib agree to post ISM ta gee faltk to protect all ana. tear team. Tka association will eoaibat all efforts of pre feitleaal teaaia to ladaee regn larly carolled college men to engage la professional sport, t President Tkarpe declare in i kis address to tke delegates, t Tke following cities were rep. t resented t oek Island. DL ! Canton, Clefelaad, Akron and t Dayton, Ohio Rochester, K. T. I Racine, Wls. Decatnr, I1L, and Hamniond, and Mnnde, Ind. I By Bruce Copeland. The Independents went through ( their second practice session last I night at Douglas nark with far --, : 5 greater speed than on their initial U appearance the night before. Cap : i . tain Ursella devoted practically all the time to running signals and per- i fecting the veterans and newconv i - ers in running off plays by means ot the Minnesota: shift J it Every player reported without a f" ' tinge of stiffness due to the first ' strenuosities, for they are all in ! . ,; perfect physical condition without ! having to undergo the necessity of $t uiv ruuuina innm. ine aHmneBB , r was no deterrent in racing through ij the plays. The men galloped up and down tbe field as if the bright '! bles were frequent, every candidate played his position to the queen's g taste. ' Practice Tomorrow. ; 1 1 ' The first Intensive drill will be r : held tomorrow morning. This will It , be the first daylight workout ot the ' ; seacon and scrimmaging, punting i l and all rudimentary tests will be j s the general order. "Rube" Ursella , baa yet to put his boot to the ball, i t : out Deueves that a little practice Will KfIh. kcmlr nil Kl A1J lMn JU L B " HI .11 n ISI-IV 111 1 uio U1U-UUI, UI9" i i tance and accuracy both in punt itlng and goal kicking. I WuldT Knnhl anil Ijinio Vntila continue to burn up tBe sward and 1 1 Indleallona ara thAt lnn mri In. ;ienmbents will have to step their ((I"; fastest to keep this pair from rele i f T gating them to the sidelines. Waddy f T aad Lode are the type of football jj; players that never say die. This, ri combined with astnre bralnwork j i i and fleets ess of foot, will make : them both especially desirable ac j qnisitions to the Independents' ma chine. The more of this kind of 'playera we can get will boost ms , ? .i - terlally our chance to cop the ii' world's tlUe against such Ulent as , ii.that mentioned In the above dis til patch from Canton. Varak Dae Saadar. ; Eddie Novak will arrive tomorrow i ! '.at 7 a. m. from St Pnnl mil win ; jj get immediately into a uniform and J J Kha on hand to drill with the others il- at 10 o'clock. Duey Lyle and his 1 1 r, wife are expected to check in Mon f i 'day or Tuesday and will make their jji -future residence in Rock Island, j ? Freeman Fitigerald, Fred Chicken 5t (and Bob Marshall will report next i H.Thursday or Friday. This will ' I practically complete the arrivals ; 1 1 ,for final practice before the first i, 'game of the season, which has been iff IMtut tjkntattval v ap a ak fmm tn . (morrow. New requests for games have i een received from the Friars of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Chicago Boos- j tera, Chicago; Thorne-Tornadoe. , ? Chicago, and the Pyramids of Fort Wayne, Ind. The Thorne-Tornad- es are the result of a merger of both clubs after a long period of . I tmm V I . ,w& I. . J . 1 1 1 Tke team will be captained by Leon ard Charpier. backbone of the Thorns last year. Charpier will be remembered for his brilliant work against Davenport The teach will coached by Fred Lowenthal, for sr mini head coach. U Mm Gratifying. , t Marcus Brough. who is leading the drive to fill a special supplement ot The Argus with booster advertt ! lng by tri-clty commercial and in- irdustrlal interests, reports gratlfy ; I lng results after two days' work in the field. All the largest adver sers have already signified their ' desire for reserved space and many lesser ones have contributed to the limit Those who wish to donate i ny amount of cash toward the J j prged to oommanlcate with the v kfarens S. Bnmgh. phon R. L 2S64. i ,(rui uu mwr m in ArU5, or Men-abonUtown, led by Olenn I towns w naofaratad a drive 1 1 Sim- rams m eqmp wvetr inaepena- rut wootaa tootaau Mankat LZZZ3 IZ3 TJAY A 'V ( f LEE DEMFSET. Lee Dempsey, one of tke hast all-aronnd athletes ever pro. dnced in Bock Island, who has ' been playing first kase for tke Victoria clab in the Pacific Coast International league, has been sold to Seattle la the Pa cific Coast league and has re ported there to finish the sea son, according to a dispatch to The. Argus today. Victoria has jnst finished aa pennant winner la Its leagwe. While playing first base for tke Tie's." Dempsey batted .325, lending the league in total bases and amassing the league's best fielding average at first base. He will finish with Se attic, which bow is occupying third place and only a few games behind the Coast leagae lenders. This Is only Dempsey's third season . in the professional ranks. He performed for Mo. line last year. Le is only 23 years old, and next year he will be a good bay for any ma jor clnb. EDDIE HUSE KNOCKS OUT 14, RECORD Haae'i Bcear, 1017. ' Cyelome WUUama Wis 4 Praneiaro. Cal. Ida Bu Jimnv Boa Draw 4 Ida. Si i to. vai. Joe Conrtltii Knockout 4 rnmdato. Cal. rd,, gao Kid Hofao Knoekont 1 Ml, San Fran daco. Cal. Bar Cantor Kaoekoat 3 Ida, Auburn. Job GUlman Wla eteeo. Cal. Ida, San Traa. Crdone Wllliama Knockout 1 rtL. San Jom. Cat. Bat Uinr Ortega Draw 4 rda. akam1. Cal. Stanley Jonoa Win 4 roa, Gnm Tal ler. Cal. Spaoor Boat Knockout 4 Ida, Auburn. Cal. BdtBs Borna Wm 4 Ida. San Fran- eueo. uti. Jimmu Bran Knockout 3 'Ma. Bin Franciaoo. Cal. Vrankle Kirk Win 4 id. Oraaa Taney, Cat. Kid. Bookor Wtn 4 Cal. 1S18. Bat Savate Win 4 Ida. Loo Ansvlea, Cal. Bed Wataon Win 4 Ida. Ban Oleso, Cal. Steva Dattoa Win 4 Ida. Ban Diago, Cal. Prankle Ciwkii TuwAuul S Ida. Lot Anroea, cm. Boou Bniiiffj glMiiiinl S Ida. Wood. ana. lal. Soldier Mrffnr ITaockwit 4 Ida. men to. Cal. Frankle Jostn Win 4 Ida, Ban Fran- eueo. vau lsie. Tr. Jo San Knoekoat S Dtero. Cal. id. San Ston Dal ton Draw. 4 rd Saa SVaa- Cal. Jo Goraun Knoekont S rda Lo An- sele. cal. Jo McQuirk Knoekoat t id. Bakara- aeM. cal. Toaunie Lone Knoekoat 3 id. IYbmo, Prankle Daley Knockout 1 , d, Lo AnreiM, cal. Kuatell Cbambara Win 10 Ida, Phoenix, Aria. .-.,. RtnarU dumber Win 10 Ida, Boor- la, Ani. Boy Harrea exhibition 4 ids, Ki err. TrxMg. Tounc PitmimmoTU Ho daeWon 10 Ida. Hot Sorinn. Ark. Toons Denny Ho dedaVoa 10 rdt, San- tone. Tex. Younc ntMlmmona No deeurion IS rd.. Ft. Worth. Trx. Johrmy Plemminf Exhibition 6 Ida. Ciaro. IVxali. Total Knockout. 14: wan. xs: draw. 3; no deetaion. 3: exhibition. 3. Promoter Frank Smith has agreed to match Hase with the first wel terweight he can induce to meet the former marine before the Rock Is land Independent A C. at the Illi nois theatre. His first opponent in Rock Island will be selected from among Tommy Comiskey, x Jimmy Nuss, Navy Rostan, Goats Doig, Eddie O'Keefe and whoever else might be secured.. - Huse boxed several rounds yes terday, with Tony Capon!, who re ports the coast star is as good a miller as' he has ever seen. TTT fin order to insure their comfort when on the sidelines daring sera weather game Reports today in Idtcated rapid tb idea. The blan-i kvets win Coat fig each, necesaitat- toj g oatlcr of, akoa $22. .... A Ik ?jZ3Ttorit Clicrg2s in Nczd Football Code as Drawn by Rule-Makers Tka principal changes la the foot ball rules for 1120 but. he sum marized briefly aa follows: SrBSTITlJTlOH. It, has been ruled that after a player has reported to the proper official and the change has been made, the substitution shall be con sidered completed. v AX or MOTIOK. i: Both the referee and the llnee- man are to be charged with the duty of watching a man In motion before Ibe ball is pot into pur. 1 his has been rendered necessary by the great development of shift plays. Another rule bearing upon that when a player, in making a shift, comes to his position, he must liavo both feet stationary on the ground. CHITECESSABT B0VGHKE8S. The act of "clipping." so called, is to bo ruled under unnecessary roughness, and will apply whether the ball Is dead or not. if done to a player who, is obviously out of .the play. Roughing toe xorwsra pas ser is also put under unnecessary roughness, so that if a forward passer is roughly handled after he has made a pass and, while not taking part in the play, the offend ing side may be penalised in the discretion of the official. MAJOR LEAGUE AVERAGES FOB LATEST WEE RATIONAL LEAGUE. Team Baiting. AB. H. St Louis 4S09 1385 Brooklvn 5036 1046 Cincinnati 4848 1271 New York 4809 1296 Chicago ,...4670 1238 Boston .....4553 1179 Philadelphia 4763 1226 Pittsburgh 4658 1196 Pct.i .28S .279 .279 .269 .265 .259 .258 .257 . Team Fielding. PO.' A. E. Pet. Pittsburgh 3797 1780 167 .971 Cincinnati ......3706 1710 169 .970 New York 3831 2035 191 .968 Brooklyn ...3977 1916 201 .967 Chicago .i 3799 1941 204 .966 Pbi'adeiphia ....3719 1917 216 .963 Boston 3651 1944 212 .963 St Louis 3855 1919 237 .961 Ten Best Batters. AB. R. H. Pet Nicholson. Pitts .... 212 24 77 .363. Cravath, Phila 36 1 13 .361 Hornsby, St L 520 83 187 .360 Eayrs, Boston .....187 23 67 .358 Roush, Cin 513 75 175 .341 Young. N. Y. 538 84 183 540 3. Smith. St L. 307 52 101 .329 Z. Wheat. Brook.... 537 82 173 .322 Hollocher. Chi. ....302 64 96 .318 King, N. Y 213 29 67 515 Ten Best Pitchers. G. W. L. Pet. Grimes, Brook. .....37 22 10. .688 Cooper, Pitts 40 22 12 .647 Pfetter. Brook. 28 16 9 .640 Alexander, Chi. ...42 24 14 .632 ...17 5 3 .625 ...37 18 11 .621 ...S3 13 8 .619 ...36 19 12 .613 ...40 11 7 .611 Watson, Boston Toney, N.-T. .... Luque, Cin. ... Doak. St Lonis Douglas, N. T. Ruether, Cin. 36 17 11 .607 americaiTleague. Team Batting. 1 . AB. H. Pet St Lonis 4778 1444 .302 Cleveland 4666 1404 .300 Chicago 4850 1411 .291 Washington 4618 1341 .290 New Tork 4758 1341 .282 Boston 4780 1276 .267 Detroit - 4646 '1229 .265 Philadelpria 4741 1183 .249 Team Fielding.' P. A E. Pet Cleveland .. .3706 1796 160 .972 Boston 3851 1943 173 .971 New York ...3 J 1869 175 .970 Chicago 3810 1787 183 .968 Detroit .....3721 1887 193 .967 St Louis ....3677 1716 204 .964 Washington ,.3639 1662 208 .962 Philadelphia .3737 1964 238 .960 Tea Best Baltes. i AB. R. H. Pet Sister, St L. 559 119 222 .397 Speaker, CI ere. ...493 117 192 .390 Jackson, Chi .....529 94 200 .378 Ruth, N. Y. ......414 147 154 .372 E. Collins, Chi, ...648 102 201 .366 Judge, Wash 425 92 144 .339 Jacobson. St L. ..534 84 180 .337 Rice, Wash. ..... Mensel, N. Y. Weaver, Chi. ' Ten Best .553 75 185 .335 .430 72 144 .335 .589 96 195 .331 Ffteken. O. W. L. Pet Bagby, Cleve. ....42 28 Shocker, St L. ....38 21' Mays. N. Y 41 23 Kerr, Chi. 41 lg Thormahlen, N. Y..26 g Cicotte, Chi. 34 18 Caldwell, Cleve. ..30 18 Myers, Boa. 25 9 Faber, Chi. . 26 21 Qninn, N. Y. 39 17 .737 .677 .676 .667 .667 .643 .643 .643 .636 .630 JUST CA8TOFFS. Seattle, Sept 18. Clyde Wares, himself a castoff from Oakland, ts proving1 the theory that his type often come back strong.' He has seven former Oakland discards in his regular lineup. . 1 BOHHE'S RTF San Francisco, Sept 18. Sammy Bonne, recent purchaser of the Reds, has a lot of nerve. He has tried to steal home seven times this season and made the play on six occasions. . KTST.rTH THREATENS FOB TOTAL HITS; HAS AMASSED 227 St. Lewis, Ma, Sept 1!C - y J .be established this aeaaea.. George Sisler Brawaa, by feting; twe slaglea and two triples yesteriny, his hase kit fatal for tke season U2S7. Ty Cobb ketds tt ari with 248 hits made fa MIL Ta beat CehVa mark Suit samfaamBaUUBaasreaaiaiat;U PENALTIES. A few technicalities are cleared up as to the point ot infliction of penalties. .The penalty for a play er starting before the ball is pat in play is measured from the point ot tke scrimmage, and tke penalty for a man thrown out of bounds is measured from the- point where the runner crossed thr aide line, rf -15 COMPLETED FOBtTABD Plgg. Time is taken oat on a forward pats from the time the pass be coin OS incompleted until playing is resumed. -- - . . FALSE STABTDIG 8165 AL. If . in the opinion of the officials, a false starting signal is used on a nlar. designed to draw the oppon ents off-aide, the officials may de mand that the play be made over again. FAIB CATCH. The rule regarding the fair catch signal is changed to read, "prior to attempt to catch the ball," Instead ot "while advancing toward ball." PUST-OCT. ' The old punt-out after a touch down is entirely abolished. SC0KIN6. A touchdown still . counts six points. The! side making the touch down, no matter where the touch down is may, may bring the ball out straight in front of the goal. JOHNNY NO YE IS SURE HE'LL KAYO ' HANLON THURS. JOHiraYSOTE. Johnny Soye of St Paul, Mike Collins' grand little Ugbtie, 4s sure ke can score a knoek ont over Jimmy Hanlon, Emit Thiry's flashy entry in the windnp derby next Thursday night before the Rock Island Independent A. C at the Illi nois theatre. In a letter received today by Promoter Frank Smith, Noye avows ke will atop Hanlon be fore tba Umit has been reached. "I believe Hanloa is made to order for my left hamV Noye wrote. I give Jimmy all the credit fa the world for being a' game, aggressive fighter, bat those kind of boys are the kind I like. I was never la better, condition and wfll try to skew trLetty fight fans several new thing in tke way of boxing and InaoMng next Thursday night" YESTERDAY'S HEROES 'George Burns, Giant outfielder: Five times up, a nome run, a triple, two dou bies and a single. Bobby Veach of ueiroit: six times up, a home run. a inpie, a aounie and three sin. gles. LdSUN C ADORE held tke Reds safe -with five blows and the Rob ins took the second game of the series, 3 to 2. MUENRY started the Cardinals on a spree which resulted in 12 hits in a row and victory over Bos ton. 9 to 3. v RED FABER, one of the White Sox best, had the Yankees at his mercy ana tne recent leaders lost, 6 to 4. I cuveleskie pitched the In- aians a little closer to the pen nant, trimming the Senators, to 3. THE BROWNS went after Nav. or and Bigbee and slaughtered the Athletics. 17 to 8. THE CUBS rallied in the ninth, making three runs and winning from the Phillies, S to 1. CARDS HIT 19 STRAIGHT. Boston. Sept 18. In defeating Boston here yesterday, the 8t Louis Nationals made 12 conseentive hits. COEB'S SECOST) ' (Tatted Press). Another batting (iewrge Sisler af th raised theree- hrmt raaVi aaark l.1 wfll - f4 5- THE SCOREBOARD VBig Ten". Sche.dulC for 1920 Chicago, Sept 18. Although In diana will open the, Western confer ence football season Saturday, Sept 35. wltn Franklin college at Bloom lngton, the other teams is the "Bg Ten" will not swing into action un til a week later,- when , the first games of the championship race will be played. The Western conference sched ule for the 1920 season, together wtthv other important games, fol lows: Sent, 26. Franklin college va. Indiana at Bloomington. i Oct. 8. Iowa vs. Indiana at Bloomington. Knox vs. Northwestern at Evans- ton. ' Kor& Dakota vs. Minnesota, at Minneapolis. 1 Lawrence vs. Wisconsin at Madi son. -.. ., Ohio Wesleyan vs. Ohio State at Columbus. De Pauw vs. Purdue at Lafayette, Oct. 9. Purdue vs. Chicago at Chicago. Minnesota vs. Northwestern t Evanston. . Case vs. Michigan at Ann Arbor. Drake vs. Illinois at Urbana. Michigan Aggies vs. Wisconsin at Madison. Cornell college vs. Iowa at Iowa City. ' . Oberlln, vs.' Ohio State at Colum bus. 1 . Mississippi A. & M. vs. Indiana at Bloomington. - ! , Oct la. . Wabash vs. Chicago at Chicago. Northwestern vs. Wisconsin at Madison. Iowa vs. Illinois at Urbana. j Indiana vs. Minnesota at Minne i spoils. I Purdue vs. Ohio State at Colum j bns. ; Michigan Aggies vs. Michigan at Ann Arbor. Oct 23. Iowa vs. Chicago at Chicago. " Illinois vs. Michigan at Ann Ar bor. Wisconsin vs. Ohio State at Co lumbus, -i 1 Oct 30. i Ohio State vs. Chicago at Chica go. ' ; Minnesota vs. Illinois at Urbana. Northwestern vs. Indiana at In dianapolis. Tulane vs. Michigan at Ann Ar bor. Wabash vs. Purdue at Lafayette. Xev. 6. Illinois vs. Chicago at Chicago. . Northwestern vs. Iowa at Iowa City. Wisconsin vs. Minnesota at Min neapolis. -Michigan vs. Ohio State at Colnm- bus. '..-.'-"- Purdue vs. Notre Dame at Notre Dame. Sov. 13. Chicago vs. Michigan at Ann Ar bor. Purdue vs. Northwestern at Ev anston. Illinois vs. Wisconsin at Madison., Minnesota vs. rowa at Iowa City. Indiana vs. Notre Dame at In dianapolis. 1 ot. 80. Wisconsin vsi Chicago at Chi cago, j ; ' Michigan vs.1 Minnesota at- Min neapolis. Ohio State vs. Illinois at Urbana. 1 ., Notre Dame vs. Northwestern at Evanston. Indiana vs. Purdue at Lafayette. Iowa vs. Ames at Des Moines. f League Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Brooklyn 86 58 New York ..........78 62 Cincinnati .....75 61 Pittsburgh .72 66 Chicago 70 72 St.' Louis ,.66 ' 75 , Boston ..'..Sv, 78 Philadelphia .......54 85 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Pet .597 .557.1 .551 522 .493 .468 .418 .388 ' I -W. .OT .88 , .......87 69 .67 55 . . L. 2 55 55 69. 75 74 -84 4 Pet .626 .615 .613 .500 .471 .452 ..395 .329 Cleveland '.. New York i . Chicago ..w St Louts . .. Boston Washington Detroit Philadelphia t TY PLANS HUNT. ' Detroit, Sept 18. Ty Cobb will go moose hunting in the northern woods for one week after the American league season, closes. Hell then go to the coast to play in an exhibition series. TWO COACHES. Cincinnati, Sept 18. Pat Moran boasts of two football coaches on his team. Besides Greasy Neale, who . made a hit at the Marietta gridiron last fall, Joe Meyers has' been named coach of St Xavier. - CAGE MOGCL8 MEET. Chicago, Sept 18. basketball coach" :s of the western conference met here today to draft the sched ules for the comiflg season, and elect officers. Boys' Shoes That Wear and Dolly Subway 1723-30 Second Awe.' "TTT" ftTlTfs ctHEf VlSTILEACrrOIl HI PIG3XIN FLAYS BUDE HfcNKE. Captain Henke has been play, fng a strong game at tackle this year and already is look ing like one of the best tackles In the tri-cities. He also enn be shifted to tke backfield In time of need. CAMERA JINX IS FEARED . BY ALL ATHLETES Brit clubs regard photographers as a jinx to their playing at times, while en other occasions they are eager to be made the meat of cam era men. , Group pictures are the most dif ficult for picture sleuths to eet. For some reason or other the word has got around that a group picture is the signal for the team to take a sudden slump. The Cleveland Indians posed for a group picture at the Polo Grounds Inst, before the fatal rut in which Bay Chapman was beaned.' Robins Raned. The Chicago Cubs made monkeys out of the Brooklyn Dodgers in the game following the making of the Flatbush team's group picture as possible pennant winners for 1920. day, pounded out three runs and Frank Chance, former manager licked the snappy Phils, 3 to 1. The of the Cubs, would never permit enemy scored a tally off Paul group pictures of his players to be'Cneeves in the first round. From made immediately before the game.: then to the eighth the Texas young- It always resulted In their losing the game, he says. One photographer has figured out that if he makes individual pictures of a club preceding a game they win nine times out of ten. while making group pictures al ways results in disastrous slaughter for the team which posed. Men Retrospective. In a game in which the element of chance is so great, players are always figuring np incidents that preceded their good days with the bat or on the field, and those which happened before their off-day. Why making a group picture of a club should jinx them on that par ticular day should have anything to do with it or not, is unreasonable, except from the psychological standpoint - If there were a few precedents of where teams played their best ball ' after being photographed, they'd all be strong for It and There is no donbt bnt what it would he'.p their ball playing. UNIFORMS ARE SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW JtST EAST OF THE MAIN ENTRANCE co3!;isALr.:osTCLii:ciicAi!!:r; GIANTS AIID REDS FAIt ItlliEC SOX AWAKEN ACD PRESS YAC Sew York, Sept. 18-Talted I Yeas) Tke Behind of Btwlk. J est IhU that pennant wans hs their wide apea bills today. 71 Matched against tka rtaeuaati Reds tke BroolCynites wtftajJ with the aeeand asuae af tke series. Tka next big fight la tka Sfatleaal Leagae probably will ii seeead place whea tke Glaats and Tke staadhnr af tke leaders today . .. . Braaklya - . - JrewTerk ... f Ciadaaatl Tke Rebias have 10 more games. Six vMorie will lam w tke peaaaat. Five wins or a 0-ie break will compel the wiaBhTb make a cfean sweep of tke last 14 games to grab the honert, ' (V clnnati, wltk 17 games' ta play, would kave to mop np 16 te abaliT Robins. . ..."j tke awakening of tke Sax has rcsalfed la the three leadhw jJ Nam fetBgwe rui mam ibh games. With proper breaks it Is be in either first ar third place, varcaa avw. . . . . , rievelaiw New lark ..... Chicago R0BI5S, 4; REDS, 8. Brooklyn, Sept 18. The Brook lyn Robins continued to advance to ward the 1920 championship of the National League yesterday, by tak ing the second game of the series with Cincinnati, 3 to 2. For six in nings the game was a pretty pitch ing duel between Eller and Cadore, neither allowing more than one hit an inning up to that time. Score by innings': Brooklyn ........l6t'00020 3 Cincinnati 0 0002000 02 Batteries: Cadore and Miller; Eller, Luque and Wingo. GIANTS, 4; PIRATES, 3. New York, Sept 18. Toney of New York started a rally with a s:n gle in the tenth inning yesterday and the Giants won, 4 to 3. Burns made five hits in five times at bat, including a home run, a triple, two doubles and a single. . His double in the tenth sent Toney to third, from where Spencer, who ran for the G'ant t wirier, scored on Young's single, after Bancroft was passed purposely. Summa. a Pitts burgh recruit, had a double and two sineles. Adams pitched good ball ! nntil the final inning. The Uian.s are now in second place. Score by innings: New York 101010000 14 Pittsburgh 000101010 03 , Batteries: Toney and Ssnyder; Adams and Schmidt. CrBS, 3;. PHILS, 1. ' Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 18. To the surprise and chagrin of Eppa jjeptha Rixey, the Cubs hopped all I over him in the ninth round yester- ster held the r ntis saie ana auowea them four hits. He was lifted for a pinch later. Sweetbreads Bailey pitched the e'ghth and after the Cubs scored in the ninth. Alexander went forth and subdued the frantic Phils. Score by innings: Chicago 0000000033 Philadelphia 10000000 01 Batteries: Cheeves, Bailey, Alex' ander and O'Farrell; Rixey and Witherow. CARDS, 9; BRA YES, 1. Boston, Sept. 18. Poling 1 out twelve hits in a row off Watson and McQuillen, the; Cards downed the Braves here yesterday, 9 to, 4. The streak was broken when Clemons flied to Maranville, but eight runs had crossed the plate by then. Score by innings: St Louis 01080000 09 Boston 1001 020004 Batteries: Doak and Clemons; McQuillan, Townsend, , Perottl, Watson and OTieiU HERE Beds clask here ra the next kC was: Won Lest .8 W 62 .J 61 Peg. .597 Oil Six victories nnuiu irc i one asvoatiW possible for anyone of the tlmsk within three days. The figWMtt Woa 87 ....S8 ....87 Losty 4 Pep. .6U .613 SOX, 6; TAXES, Ul Chicago, Sept. 18. Bambino Lf (i and his New York rane wars w.1 uicu again yesieraay utti The white Sox tamed them, 1 1 inereoy remaining very msel me American league pennant Ked Faber pitched for th boys, and the sorreltonped hi was at bis best. Up to the IB'J inning only five hits had betaswl off him. In the ninth, with hit tit leading, 6 to 2, Faber eased si uh mm i ue die town dots three hits count for two rum. At the morning session heM the clubhouse Kid Gleason told boys to go out and make some tra base h:ts. They did. 8tx 80 triples were smeared all over grass. Herbert Thormahlen, a handed person, pitched two teal for the Broadway bunch. He touch of high life during that ttat and it was necessary for Maoat Huggins to call in his pitching aa Carl Mays. Mays fared no bttui the Sox touching, him for Ju'.oy bits in six innings. Score by innings: Chicago 2 1 00 0 300. New York 00 200000 Batter w: Faher and Schatti Thormahlen, Mays and Hannah. INDIANS, 9; GRIFFS, t Cleveland, Sept 18 The IsfH ans cleaned up on the Senatonr again, winning handily, 9 ta Stanley Coveleskie pitched atr-tkUll ball and was never in danpr Courtney was touched up In UwH fashion, while Acosta was (onnihr four runs in the eighth. CotsImIIh fanned eight. Score by innings: Cleveland 0 0 0 2 2014-l Washington 0100010 t-J Batteries: Coveleskie and OstR . Courtney. Acosta and Gharritv. Ii BROWNS, IT; MACKS, 8, St. Louis. Sept. 18 The Brew defeated the Athletics In a fret hf all slugging contest yesterday,' 11 to 8. Sisler enjoyed a great 4i! with the willow, connecting fort triples and two singles. j Score by innings: E St. Louis 28O01 600M1 Philadelphia 001006001-1 Batteries: Lynch, Burwell sat Severeid; Naylor, Bigbee sad h att, Perkins. " TIGERS, 14; BOSTON, 11 Detroit Mich.. Sept. 18. Bostoi and Detroit nlaved a slow, lilth game yesterday, the locals wlsaw out in the twelfth, 14 to 13. vara made a home run, a triple sad dnnhlA and three sineles ill times at bat. Sfinrw hv inninpK: Detroit 1 0 2 50 Ul 2001-HR Boston 001 000552000-uR Batteries: Bocart, MorrlMnjw Wilson, Vreid, Conkwrigbt Stanage, Manion; Jones. Harjo, Karr and Walters, Chaplin.