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Why Jeff Pesters Mutt We Rnoweth Not
Predicted Boston and Philadelphia
Will Draw Record Crowds.
SHOULD MAKE A HIGH TOTAL
If Severn Games Are Played It l Kx
pected that Rsdoi-Nfw York
erlea 1912 Iterords AMU
NEW YORK. Oct. 6. Base hall statistic
ians are at present endeavoring to fore
cast the probable attendence at the com
ing world series between the Philadelphia
Athletics and the Boston Braves. It Is
predicted that should the series, which
begins this week, prove closely contested
and extend Into six or seven games,
existing records will be In danger of
eclipse In one or more directions. Both
Boston and Philadelphia have demon
strated great supporting power In past
world's series, the funs flocking to the
parks la enormous numbers and taxing
tho capacity of stands and fields to the
limit permitted by local ordinances and
tha nattlonal commission ground rules.
The attendance at tbe 1913 series played
between New York and Philadelphia was
151,000. The series of the previous season
when New York and Boston clubs en
gaged nn eight game struggle before the
Boston Americans finally defeated the
Now York Nationals set attendance fig
ures at 251,901, which stands as the record
today. It Is not likely that this quarter
of a million mark will be reached in the
coming series since neither the Boston
'no.- Philadelphia parks can accomodate
t'ne world's series throngs that can find
seats snd standing iiom at the New York
Polo grounds. It is expected that should
tho Athletics and Braves battle through
six games the total attendance will pass j
the 150.00J marks. If this provti correct the
total attendance at the world's series
games since 1903. when th National rom-
mission assumed marge or me annual
inter-league championship, will approach
f lose to 1 00,000 1. since the aggregate total
nn necrd Avaiianie. ;
No acciuate i-?cord of the attendance
during the ye.rs 18R4 to 190! I. available, j
but there weru twelve Eerles played
within the period mentioned, the total j
number of games being eighty, and It has !
been estimated liiat the average
ante at these games approximated 3.0O)
Assuming tho estlmat-. as made by
former players and oftkes. to be correct,
It would add another 20,00'i to the known
total attendance of the series to date and
biing the aggregate figures within strik
ing distance of 2,OC0.0O9 for the twenty -two
series played since 1SS4.
Although neither Boston nor Philadel
phia approach New York In the matter
of record crowds in these series, both
cities have for years furnished large
throngs whenever the National or Amer
ican league clubs were contenders for
World's championship honors. In almost
all cases In recent years the size of the
cioHds have been governed by the park
capacities. It is for this reason that New
York shows larger average attendance (
than the two cities that will be repre
sented this year, with 32,017 for twelve
games, covering the series of 1904-11-12-13.
Boston shows an average of 22..1R9 spec
tators for nine games played there in
the series of 1903 and 1012. Philadelphia,
, Ca!!s for Help
Nature' Willing Workers are
Always at Your
If It Is eeirma, pimples, bolls or '
your safeguard I S. H. fi., til famous
blood purifier. It Is a'.rxrs Unci up to
attack diseased Mood. And It :way d-t
the worh. It i-.ies the work af'.rr disap
pointment, after allc-ed s:orlallsts, mer
rurj. Iodides, stryctclne, nrsenlo snd other
JestruetlT drr.gi t;rt l.cve reaped a har
vest of mlsta.es and left n host cf Invalids
g.:eilnj as tJvl.at It ia tome. f. 8. 8.
Is not such a drug aj t'.ie rupldlt7 or Ig
norance cf man wculd be able to produce.
It Is Ktture'i wocderful contribution to
our necessities. It Is wonderful because It
cca not be lailtated ; ran not be jnade any
ether way tiiu to atsrmblo Nature's prcd
o. ts and produce wbat a host of men know
a 8. 8. R.t tha world's greatest medicine.
There are people tvtrrwtere t'jat bad S3
oil sore or ulcer that dcf.od c!l tbe ssItps
knoa. And yet S. 8. S. talen Into th
blood Juft iati:re!ly p-1. Into that c'.d sere
tha ele: .13 thit ma.'.s new tlsstie. new I
flesh, an 1 covered It with a new ccatlng r f !
fcrslthy k'a. Oct bcttle of R. 8. 8. '
today cf, any drugtst and be on tie way
to perfect blood health. Cut bewar of
tubsUtntes. Tor special advice, consult th
Btdtcal department. Tbe Swift Rpeclfle Co.,
tS 8wlft Bldg., Atlanta. Oa. It to treo
m4 baa fcclpe a tnultltuda.
ugh figuring In four series in lffvo-10-
has witnessed but nine' games dur- I
. tug this period of eight years and tho
I average attendutice of fans bus been
J1.410 per game.
Branlairs I.eidn rhllly.
Boston's total attendance aggregates WO,
96S to Philadelphia's Ifti'.R'l. The largest
single game record at Boston was that
made In the 1912 series with New York,
when the fifth game of the contest drew
34,S3 paid attendance. Philadelphia's
banner crowd gathered In October 17, 19m,
to witness the opening game between the
Philadelphia Athletics and tbe Chicago i
Cubs when W.S91 fans passed through the RKOOKLYN, Oct. 5 The Boston elnim
gates. The world's series record single pious played ring around the Brooklyns
game attendance Is 3SJX1, mode In tho .
first game of the New Y'ork Giant"-
Philadelphia AthlMcs Merles of 1911.
The attendance of every ser.es since
1503 together with the mimber of games
played as shown in tno. r.ccoinpanylng
tablo gives a grand average of 21,409 for i
the sixty games pltyed since the PitU
burgh and Boston clibs met In the In
Year. ' Games. Att'n'ee
1903. .Pitts. (N). F.os. (A).. X 1011.429
Si6..N. Y. (N)....vs. Phil. (A). 5 i,TSA
1905.. Chicago (Nl.vs. Chi. (A)... 6 W.Siri
1907. .Chicago (Nt.vs. llet'rt (A) 5 7.0'W
1SKW.. Chicago (N).vs. Det rt A 5 fc.:(2
jw..Kitts. t.N.l. ..vs. Oet rt (A) 7 ll,293
1910 I'hlcago iN).vs, Phil. A).. 5
1911. .N. Y. NV...vs. Phil. (A).. 6
1912. .N. Y. IN). ...vs. P.os. (A.. 8
1913. .N. Y. (N)....vs. Fhll. (A). 6
BO 1 2S4.r,.VX
! Ames Cyclones Begin
fractice for Game
with Gopher Team
AMES. la.. Oct. 6. (Special.) The Cv-
Clonr elevrn trnf tliemieh th ruiir i,iirf
Coe 1Htl,e SaturdaVi tne flrst ,. the
silicdule, in excellent physical condition.
None of the first call men was damaged
so badly as to cause the coaches to kecy
hllr. . th. u,. ,.,. , .,, '
mappe(1 out by thm for ihp ' Urg toUT
, of ths week , preparatlon for the
uig topner game ai Minneapolis the com-1
Iiik Saturday. The squad will be given i
- .., .h... .
n takon to n.7loi.V town y
p. i,iav ffir . j nlh,..
.jeetdi. the ei,.n-. ti, ,..,k ..,!
make In the lineup, is not expected to
have much effect on the array that was
on the rie!J at the start of the foe game.
The back field that started the scoring
against Coe Moss, quarter: Phi, full, and
Wilson ami McDonnel, halves seemed to
work the straight game, variegated
(lightly with the forward toss, fairly sat
isfactorily, anyhow so satisfactorily that
the strong Coo defense was not able to
do much with It.
The line pounding of Fullback Uhl,
whose work at full last year was not
comparable to his wonderfully improved
assaulting potency this year, was re
markable. Not only did Thl show him
self a howitzer in straight foot ball at
tack, but ho revealed a cool and accurate
! forward pass delivery.
If the coaches make any Important
shift in the line the change most likely j
mil ie maae si me guaras. I oe punc
turned the frontal defense at the left
guard, or thereabouts, for its lone touch
down. Batting Strength of
the Rival Champions
NEW YORK. Oct. o. When the Ath
letics of Philadelphia and tho Boston
Brave, itne up in the opening game of
the world's championship scries the fans
will have an opportunity of seeing in
actual play, whether the forecasts as to
the relative merits of the teams as a
whole or the Individual players, man for
man. were correctly figured as a result
of the work of the men during tho season!
just finished. 1
i.nornciai ratling averages figured up
to September 23 furnished an interesting
comparison of the hitting ability of the
opposing pennant w:nners. on reaper t'on
nie Mack'a men look the stronger In this
department. Three of them Collins, Mc
Inmia and Baker are well over the mu.'h
desired .300 mark, while Connolly la tbe
only ope among the Braves to have that
distinction. The Athletics for 115 games
played have a club batting average of
.273 and the Ifraves had .247 for 140 games.
Following la a list of the players on
both sides who took part In twenty-five
or more games this season, together with
thlr batting averages:
fames. Ave. Uamee. Ave
K. Collins. ..14
..144 Connolly ....ill
.317 Kvers l;?
..144 .Mft Schmidt 133
.111! .20 Gilhert J70
E. Murphy.. 141
Pennoek .... 2."
Hresfcler .... 25
.1 Wslsh Hl
Shawkey :.. i",
""yckoff .... y
.''i rather 81
.2n9 J. Smith...
.242 Moran ...
.222 Mann ...",
.21 Gowdv ..
.K15 Devore ..
.1". Tyler ....
. . . . fV
Painters Aaala a Olaat.
Fmillo Palmero. left-hand pitcher, who!
has been wan loronto or the Canadian
league, where he won five out of seven
games, baa returned to John atcOra.w'0
V&LL. IT iAS
LUANT TO GO
DODGERS SOUP FOR BRAVES
Bostons Play Rings Around the
TAKE BOTH OF DOUBLE-HEADER
Scores of Fifteen to Two and Mine,
to Five Tel! Story of Snnthter
by rw Matlonal I.eaaoe
in today's double-header, winning 'both
games, the fiist by a score of 10 to 2, and
the second, f to 6.
Boston hammered Altchison and
Sehmtitz at will In the first contest, while
Crutcher hold the locals safe through-
Tho second gsme wasclose until the
ninth, when Brooklyn got one run ahead.
Whitted won the game for oBston by
driving out a home run with the bass
full. Ragan -had struck the side out In
the eighth on nine pitched balls, but lip
blew up In the ninth. Score, first game;
AH. H.O.A.B AH.H.O.A.E.
Munn, rf . . . . 6
Bvon, 2b.... 4
1 atvr. rf ... 4 2 1
1 It llimnicl, lb. 4 0 0
0 0 itriutrl. rf . 4 0 0 0 0
0 0 Vhral, If.. . 1 0 0
0 'ulahuw. It.l I I I I
3 0 let, h 4 2 0 2 1
3 0 Ran. 4 0 1 S
1 ovli-rarty. e.. 1 I 1 1
J 0.'lihr, c 2 1 t 1 0
Altrhiaon, p.. 1 0 0 1 0
n - thor. If...
S hmldl. lb. 6
Anlth, 3b.... S
Mar.nvll . Ml 4
K. Tvlr, c... 4 1 2
CruU'hr, p.. 4
39 14 27 it OkhmuU, p..l 0 0 2 0
.32 J 27 14 I
Left on bases: Boston o, ixoomjh, i
Two-base bits: Cather, Smith. Myers,)
Wheat. Three-base hits: Mann, Schmidt.
Home cim: Whitted. Sacrifice hts:
bitted. Tvler. Mrst base on error: Bos
ton. 1 .-'tolen bases: Whitted, Crutcher
Double pIuvh; Kgan to Cuttihaw to Mc
Cnrty to I'utsbaw, Mann to Smith. Bases
on balls: uir Altctilson, i; on Kcnmuii, . :; :
ott Crutcher, 2. Struck out: lly Aluhl- J
son, 6; by Sehmuts, 2; by Crutcher, 8. !
Hits: OfV Altchlsoti, 11 ill five innings; j
otr Schmutz, 5 In four Innings. Time: 1:).
l irpires: Higler and Hart. Score, second
AH. H O. A E. All II O A E
Mann, rf ... 4 2 2 0 owyrm, rf ... i o t
,"vnre' rf" u 0 0 " 0 ' "' rt.... o 0
r.ver., 2b.... 1 0 0 0 l!..l, lb. & I 7
JX";-. ut 2 5 J 'wht, if i! 4 a ,
Whitiro. .1.4 2 o i m.haw, 2b. a 1 a
J a i
MhihivII". hi o l o l .ci-anir. c. 4 l 9
" ! ? 2 i '! ? ? X
V. Tvler. c. 3 1 1 2 0 Klsrher ....1 1
Hugh. p.... 3 0 0 0 0 .agan. P....1 0 0 0 0
tlllbert 1 1000
Hen, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals J7 10 27 1 2
Totals 35 10 27 7 4 j
Mini led for Hughes in ninth. j
Batted for Allen In seventh.
Ix-ft on bases: Boston, 7; Brooklyn, 9. j
Two-base hits: Mann, McCarty. Home
runs: Msnn, Whitted. Sacrifice hit:
Schmidt. First base on errors'. Boston,:
1; Brooklyn, 1. Btolen bases: Cather,
Ktengul 13;, Cutshaw. Bases on balls:
Off Allen, 3; off Ragan, 4; off Hughes, 2;
off Hess, 2. Struck out: By Allen, 5: by
KagHii, 4; bv Hughes, 3. Passed balls:
Tyler, 2. Hits: Off Ay.cn. 7 In seven In
nings; off Hagan, 3 in two innings; off
Hughes, 9 in eight Innings; off Hess, 1
in one Inning. Time; 2:00. Umpires;
Hart and Itlgler.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 6. Plttsliui gli and
Cincinnati closed the National league
season hero today by dividing a double
header. Pittshuigh won tho first game,
4 to 3, and Cincinnati captured the sec
ond, 4 to 1. The second conte.it was
called by agreement at tne end of Pitts
burgh's half of the seventh Inning. The
first game was closely contested, Cin
cinnati rallying in the ninth and railing
one short of tying the score. Cincinnati
won the second contest by bunching hits
in tho fourth inning. R?ure first kuiiic:
1 ITT8 II t ' 110 H . I ! N I' IN N A TI .
AB. H.O.A.B. AH.H.O.A.E
: Cry. lf....J
1 0 OPanlela, rf. . 4
1 htrrrr. rt.... 0 2 o OH.'raog. w... a
fcr - ? J
; Kc.nt hy, lb l l 10 t clluia, in., i
Klmln. 2b.... 4 0 1 1 lilnglluf. If..
i:rrbrr, na.... 3 1110 lix ki.au c.
hmllh, r 2 2 4 2 Odrshsm. lb..
M' yulllxn, p 3 0 1 3 lAniM, p
. ..ualaaa, p.,
Tolala 21 J 27 14 4'lir-iianyr
Tolala... . 33. I 27 20 1
Hatted for Ames in einin.
Hatted for Kellogg in ninth.
Butted for Ulnciison In ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 04
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-3
Two-base bit; .1. Kelly. Three-baso
hit: Konetchy. Hits: Off Ames, 1 In
eight innings; off IKiuglass, none in one
Innhig. Stulen bases: Hersog, Yingllng.
Houble plav: Konetchy to tierber; lier
zo gto (iraham; Kllllfer to Graham. Left
on bases: Pittsburgh, '.'; Cincinnati, 4.
Bases on haL: Olt McQuillan, 4; off
Ames, 6; off liouglas, 1. Passed ball:
Glockson, 1. Wild pitch: Ames. Time:
l:i. 1'mplies: Johnson snd Byron.
K ore eco? r -Mme:
All. li. i A Y. AH H O A K.
il A Y.
I'irrr. If - I ' ODanlcla. rf.. 3 I 1
1 oa'ello, if. . 2 ii 2 u nlUiao, ..S 1
J. K-ller, if 0 2 0 0 .lllller. rf..2 III
I .trlloll, ,1b.. 1 0 2 0 0
I 0llor. 2b . J 1 1 S 0
Konn.liv. lb? I I Oi'H'-r.-. 2b . 3 1 1
Hulin, 2b. .. 1 O I llVliiallnc. If.. 10 1
Oertxr. a ... 1 l 1 ! OJonulas. r .J f
.141 tliraham. lb.. I 0 1
p.. 2 1 1 1 rbneiler, p 2 0 1
Tolala 23 4 It I 1 Tutala 21 21 4
IltlfcOi.sOb i li 0 0 0 1 01
...0 0 0 3 1 0
iCallial at end uf seventh by agreement.)
Three-base h'.lt: Hersug. Kellogg. Sac
rifice flies: Yingllng, Kllllfer. Costello.
Stolen bases: Graham, Carey 12). Double
5ir,'i'hi". Killlfer to lleizog. Ieft on bases
HY, PlUshurgh, 5; Cincinnati, 2. Baaea on
j'l balls: Off H. Kelly. 1. Struck out: By
.IS.:! H. Klly. 4: by Schneider. B. Passed ball:
Hi j Gonzales. Tim : 1:07. Umpires: Jolin
.139 aon and Byron.
(.laals Blank PalU.
NEW YORK, Oet S New York shut
out Philadelphia In the first game of their
lust series here by a score of 4' to 0.
Demaree held the visitors to three scat
tered single, while HUey was hit fairly
baid. Tho ai around work of Smith, a
OMAHA. TTKsnAY. OOTOHER 6, 1M4.
I WANT TO 60 ( "
UJ NY "DON'T T f
Standing of Teams
Federal League Kansas City at Chi
cago, St. 1-oula at Indianapolis. Pitts
burgh at Baltimore, Brooklyn at Buffalo.
American League New York at Phila
delphia, Washington at Boston.
National Laague-Pbllsdelplila at New
York, Boston at Brooklyn.
recruit New York catcher, featured.
Wednesday's game has been moved
forward to tomorrow, mhen the local
Nallonul league season will end with a
double -bender. Score:
rlllLADKI.I'HlA. NEW YORK.
AU. H.O.A.B. AB.H O A E.
tlyrnr, ,1b.... 4 u 1 1 o.lwrhrr. It.. 4 1 I 4
Martin. ...! 1 J O.Hiylc. it....4 1 I li 0
Mai-r. It.... 4 12 0 0 nuns, rf....4 1 1 0 0
I rmrxh, rf.. 4 0 10 0.lurriv, rf... Slot
Hwaor, ct... I 1 0 0 0 Irl.'hw. vs.. 4 9 1 1 1
110 0 O.'irtehsr. 4
l.iiduniK. lb.. 2 0 S 0 O.rant. .... 0 0 0 0 0
rrlan, 2b.... S 0 13 1 !no1a:raa'. c S 1 6 0 0
'.. In, c I 0 i t ,tork. 3b ... 1 0 t 1 0
titer p 2 0 0 0 lirrkl. lb... I 1
K I lltfer .... 1 0 0 0 OSmllh, o t J 1 d
Mattlaun, p.. V 0 0 0 jmnare. p.. 2 0 1 S 0
Tolala IS 124 11 S Total. la 10 27 U 1.
'Imtih. iur ivixuy In eighth.
Philadelphia u 0 o u 0 0 0 0-0
New York 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 4
Bases on errors: Philadelphia. 1; New
York, 1. Two-base hits: SniMigrass. Mar
kin. Three-base hit: Kietcher. Home run:
ix.yle. Sacrifice lit: Demaree. Sacrifice
llv: Snodgra-Ki. Stolen bases: Fletcher,
Stock. Smith. Left on bases. New York,
f.; Philadelphia, 4. Double play: Smith to
Dovle. Bases on halls: tiff Demaree, 2'
olf HIxey. 2. Wild pitch: Ttlxey. Hits: Off
Kixey. a In seven Innings; otf Mattlson,
2 In one inning. Time: 1:40. Umpires:
O'Connor and Emsllo.
Cards Lose Laat to Cabs.
ST. LOl'IS. Oct. 6. The St. Ixiula
team closed its major league season to
day by losing to Chicago, 4 to 8. The.
visitors, by bunching hits with- errors
In the seventh, scored three, runs off
Perdue. Zimmerman's single, an out and
n cslnglo by tlweeney counted one off
Koblnson In tho eighth. A base on balls,
three singles an and out was St. Louis'
scoring combination. Score:
t'HICAOO. ST. LOUIS.
AU H.O.A E AB. H.O.A.B.
Ixarh. ct. .. 3 1 0 0. Miller, rt. 0 1 0 0
(I, ..xl. rt 4 t I 0 SMlaol, lb... 4 0 0 7 0
Saler. lb I til O ilmen, If.. 4 1 a 0 0
itimrman, 3b 4
0J. Millar, If . I v 4 I 0
0 "ah, as 1 1 0 0 1
n ,(w.n. lb.. 1 1 M 0 1
l-lnylr, c... I I 0 1
0 Tula, rt.... a 1 4 0
Ottock, 3b a 1 8 1 0
Parrttt, p.... 110 0 0
Tutala 16 127 13 1 Pontile, p.... I 0 0 0 0
Roblnaon, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Wllllama, p.. 0 0 1 O
Totals 11 27 13
Hatted for Koblnson m uigntli.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 04
St. IulH II 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3
Two-base hit: Good. Hits: Off Perrltt,
1 In four Innings; off Perdue. 4 In three
Innitms; off Robinson, 'i In one Inning:
off Williams. 1 In one Inning. Sacrifice,
hit: lyeacli. Stolen bases: Uressen, Leach,
Hweenev. Double play: Derrick to Haler.
lft on "bases: Chicago, 8; 8t. Ioula, 2.
Bases on bals: Off Perrltt. 1; off Per
due, 1; off jtbel, 1. Struck out: By Per
due, I; bv Zabel, 1. Time: 1:29. Umpires.
Kasun and Qulgley.
Chifeds Hold First
By Beating Kawfeds
CHICAGO. Oct. 6. Chicago main
tained Its slender lead In the Federal
league pennant race today by beating
Kansas City, 2 to 0. A base on balls to
Zwilling and a fumble by Konworthy
paved the way for Chicago's runs. With
one out and three Kanaa City playera on
bases In the third, Fisk took Prender
g ant's place on the slab and prevented
the visitors making a run. Sooro: RH E.
Kansas City 000000 0 00-062
Chicago 0 1100000 60
Batteries: Cullo; and Easterly; Pren
dcrgaiit. Flak and Wilson.
'Spike' Shannon Back
in Creighton Togs
i "Spike" Shannon, tackle laat year on
j tha Creighton varsity squad, appeared
In a suit MoniPiy afternoon for tha flrat
time this year. Shannon returned Satur
day from hM home In New Jersey and
entered tho law department of Creighton.
Ilia return will add experience and about
210 pounds to the Creighton line. Khan
non's two 17-year-old brothers were re
cently drafted by the Boston Red Bog
from a college team at Orange, N. J.
The first secret practice of the year has
been held and a number of trick playa
taught the men. Grand Island college
will be here next Saturday and will at
tempt to stop tho pet formations.
Two more of last fear! veterans
McCarthy and Kamanskl are, making
preparations to Join the squad.
PLAYING OF HAWKEYES
NOT UP TO STANDARD
IOWA CITY, la.. Oet. S.-(BpeclaI.)
In spite of the overwhelming scoro piled
up by the Hawkeyes against the State
Teachers" collego team on Saturday,
Coach Haw ley was dissatisfied with tho
! showing and gave the men a long lecture
at today's practice. Hawley pointed out
many faults In the work of tho baek
field, and showed the linemen what they
had failed to do correctly. The alae of
the score piled up Saturday Is attributed
I by the roach to the weakness of the op
position encountered. lie oruereo a
scrimmage practice for today, as tha
vsrtity played less than half tho game
Saturday Cornel! college, which cornea
next Saturday, Is expected to furnish
Bee readers are too Intelligent to over
look tho opportunities in tho "want ad"
columns. They're worttt while reading.
MACK'S REGULARS TUNE UP
Athletics Blank Yanks as Prepara
tion for Friday
SCORE IS TWO TO NOTHING
American Champions Show Effect of
Layoff hr Weak lllttlnar, but
This Offset hy Fine Field-
t M H ll.-ll.,
PHILADKLPH1A, Oct. 5-Tho Athletics'
regulars began their tuning up for the
world's series after a week s rest, when
they defeated New York today, 2 to 0.
All of the regular Inrtclders, outfielders
and the catcher that Manager Mack
expects to send In ngainst the Braves
next Friday, were In the game, with the
exception or Melnnls. the latter having
two swre fingers and he merely took part
In tha batting practice. The Injury is
not serious enough to keijp him out of tho
Walsh played first base for Philadelphia
in good style.
The, American champions showed the
effect of their layoff by their weak
hitting, but this was offset by excellent
fielding and splendid twirling by Bush,
Breasler and Shawkey. Each pitched
thre Innings. Bush not permitting; a hit,
and Bressler and Shawkey only one each.
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
All. H. O A R. AH. H.O.A B.
MalMl, h...J OMnrphy, rf.. 12 0
HartMll, If.. 4 9 0 1 lldrlng. If.
Oook.'rf 114 0 l Una. 2b.
4 1 10 0
a o I o Ollaker. lb.
Mullan, lb... I 0 OWalab, lb..
I'e.'alnpa'. as I 1 t 1 14trunk rf..
I 0 II 0 0
I 10 0
a i i 4 o
10 10 0
1 0 0 0 0
10 0 10
,10 0 10
Kweny, a.. 8 I 0 Harry. ....
Iloona. 2b..., I 0 11 .. hn. c...
M Ha.14. p... o 0 O.jipp. e...:..
Dalsjr t II 0 0 lurh. p
llwaler, p .
Totals 17 I 24 9 lHhawkay, p.
Tolala 17 I 27 It 0
Batted for Mcllale in ninth.
Three-base hit: Btrunk. Hits: Off
Bush, none In three Innings; off Bressler,
1 In three Innings; off Phawkey, 1 In three
Innings. Btnlen bases: Collins. Baker.
Left on bases: New York, 8; Philadelphia,
3. First base on error: Philadelphia, 1.
Htruck out: By McHale. 6; by Bush, 2;
bv Bressler. 1. Double play: Collins to
Barry to Walsh. Bases on Italls:. Off
McHale, 2; off Bush, 1; off Bressler, 1;
off Shawkey, 1. Time: 1:32. Umpire:
Senators Trim Boston.
BOSTON. Oct. o. Heavy hitting bv
Washington reunited ;n a 9 to .'i victory
over Boston toduy, and enabled the
visitors to break the tie with Detroit
for third place. Collins pitched seven
Innings, being taken out to make way for
a pnch hitter. Gregg finished the game
and not only was ho wild, but he was
hit freely. Johnson kept the locals' hits
well scattered and contributed a home
run Into tho renter field bleachers. Score;
AB H O A F.. AH. H.O.A E.
Mncller, rf.. a 1 0 I 1 'lenrlka'n. rf It 1 10 0
'intar, lb... 1 4 10 0iunrln, a.. 4 110 1
Mis-aaa. lb.. 1 S I u -neaai-r. rf.. 1 linn
Williams, lb. 4 I 10 0 SLrwIa. If.
. 4 o V o 1
Hbanka. If.... 4 1 4 0 0 Inlillliol, lb 4 0. 7 1 0
Jobnaon, p .l 2 0 2 I) lalnar. 2h...l 13 3 0
Alnamltb, a. 4 1 I I 1 '.ardnar. 3b.. 4 1110
McHrlde, as. 4 1 4 4 'alr. c 1 0 10 2 1
Acoau.'if.... 1 0 0 ft 0 olllna, p.,,. 2 0 0 1 0
- c.r, p 0 0 0 I 0
Tatali 111117 14 3'Kuili 1 0 0 0 0
Hih( 1 1 0 0 0
Cooper I 0 0 0 0
Tntala K 10 27 a
Batted for Collins in eighth.
Hatted for Cady In ninth.
Batted for Ureggg In ninth.
Washington i 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 2
Boston 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-3
Two-base hits: Morgan (2). Johnson.
Hits: Off Collins. 7 In seven innings;
off Oregg, 4 in two Innings. Sacrifice hit:
Williams. Stolen bases: Alnsmlth, Jan
vrin. Lewis. Left on bases: Washington,
S; Boston, 7. Buses on balls: Orf John
son. t;jtt Gregg. S; off Collins. 2. Struck
out: By Johnson, 4; by Collins, A; by
Gregg, t. Passed ball: Cady. Time:
l;r. Umpires: Connolly and Kgan.
Terrapins Lose the
First to Pittsburgh;
Second Tie at Dark
BALTIMORE, Oct. 6. Baltimore loot
the flrat game to Pittsburgh today by
poor pitching and poor fielding. The
score was t to 6.
The second game was called at the
end of tho eighth Inning because of dark
neaa, with tho score tied, 1 to L Qulnn,
la knocking down a line drive, injured
his pitching hand and was forced to re
tire. Score, first game. R.H.E.
Pittsburgh .0 0011882 1 8 11 J
Baltimore ....1 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 2 10 4
Batteries: Knetser and BAry; Bailey,
Smith. Wllhelm and Kerr.
Score, second game- R.H E.
Pittsburgh 1 0.0 0 0 0 0-1 7 1
Baltimore 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 t 2
Batterlee: Dickson and Roberts; Qulnn,
Con ley and Jacklltsch.
BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct 6.-Buffalo took
the first game of the aeries from Brook
lyn today, 4 to t. Tom Beaton was taken
out in tbe fifth Inning after Buffalo had
scored three runs. In tha eighth Brook
lyn tied tho score. Fred Anderson won
his own game In tha last of the ninth,
however, when ho scored Young on a
single to center. Score: It. H E.
Buffalo 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 10 S
Brooklyn ....0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0-2 10
Anderson and Iavlgne; Beaton, Blue
jacket and Land. Watson
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd., Oct. 6 Indian
apolis won from Bt. louis today. 16 to 8,
fn a game marked by free hitting and
frequent tnlsplays. Score: RH E.
Bt Louis....! 01010800-8104
Indianapolis .1 0 4 0 16 11 '-15 1 i
Batteries: Groonvs Crandall and Chap-
; KalaerUnf, Mumn and itariaen,
for The Bee by
M'NIEL COPS POP-POP HONORS
Minneapolis Lad Comet Home First
in Three Events.
FLECKERSTEIN CLOSE RIVAL
Pushes Record-Breaker Close, bat Is
Forced to Take "eeend Money
Waddeth and Meyers Aaala
Hard Lack Victims.
J. A. McNIel, the doughty rider who
clipped the world's record for one mile
Sunday afternoon, carried oft three firsts
In the stx-rnce meet at tho Stadium
speedway yesterday afternoon. He won
one qualifying race and copprd the honor!
In both final events. Larry Fleekensteln,
ns before, was his closest rival. Flick
won two prllmlnsry heats and came homo
second in the finals.
Tho riding was a bit slower than usual,
except In the finals for the Kpcedwe.y
purse. McNIel counted four miles In 2 29,
nn average of ninety-five mllea an hour.
Th sun was hot and hindered the perfect
working of the motors.
IllrbnriU Wins Heat.
Tex Richards of Dallas plucked tho
money In a three-mllo preliminary r.cat,
but couldn't atand the paws In .he final
heat and came, out hlrd. The riding In
tho sweepstakes was a bit of the best
seen at tho track tbfs year. At one tl lie
four riders were traveling abreast. Fleck
ensleln was hugging the line. McNeil
above. Richards third and Klnnle was
scooting ilsngnroiisly close to the top. The
rlilors passed each other time and again,
rbllng perilously close to tho fence above
when doing so. A blow-out on a tire
would hav meant certain serious Injury
and prhaps death. . But ho daring lads
minded It not snd put all tho power pos
sible In their sputerlng cylinders.
Hnddelli and Meyers Out.
Charley Sulleth and Dutch Meyers wore
again tho hard-luck victims. Sudileth was
unable to ride anil spent the afternoon
tinkering with a stubborn motor, while
Meyers couldn't make one cylinder work
The races will be held again this after
noon, starting at 4 o'clock.
uaco No. 1. two miles, two to ounllfv
i a . k., "'"" "Pfwlwuy purse:
L-omH I1, f r"t; l'"rry "lknsteln.
""'""a, Morty Graves, third. Time, 2:29.
, " i eo miles, two to qualify
i.J... ,-T 7 " lucnarns, rirst;
Dave Klnnle, second. Time 2 tf.'i
Race No. 5, tbreo mllcx. two to qualify
first- J!" m m o, f-"rry "kensteln,
first. J. A. McNeill, second. Time. 1:M.
A M"v r,ve,mll. sweepstakes: J.
A. McNeil, first; Larry Flocknnateln seel
ond; Tex Richards, third. Time, 8:S.H.
David City Blanks Schuyler.
David City Nebraska. Oct. S.-Tho feu-
-e- oi iiik season was played on
,r. a.1"1 V"'"'"1 Vcter.lay or a bet
V.L1 Jlu' l",inalJl Hclmiim-
berg, tho famous battery of the All Na
tlons. worked for tho locals, with Clos
man and K. Clair for Sehuvler. Rouald
son worked eaally at all times, Mtrlklng
out 17 men and allowing four lilts, no
Schuyler men reaching third. Codner
t lUlaaaa sVtwia C..U Cnu.r..PJ.L
7 n l
311 S. 17th St
Dolu 2 1 6S
aad A 17
r .',.' '"""": i-arry r lei kensteln,
nrst; Morty Graves, sei-vnd. Time 1 23
Dace Nn, 2. tw,j miles, two to qualify
for speedway purse: .1. A. McNeil, first;
Henry l,ewls, second Time. r;
bit to the center field fence for a homee
In the third, the longest hit ever mad
on the local lot. Shanks of Clark um
pired the gsme, his clean-cut. snappy
work Justified his reputation as the beat
In the state Donaldson's hitting and all
around work on the bases wae easily
the feature of tho offense. S core:
R H a
David City 0 0 1 0 S 1 0 g 4
Schuyler 00 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4
Struck out By Donaldson, 17; by Cloa
Hnsea on balls, off Donaldson, 2; otf
Jack Johnson's y
Bond is Forfeited
CHICAGO, Oct. S.-A IH.OM bond given
by Jack Johnson, the negro prise fighter,
was forfeited today when Johnson failed
to appear In tha United State court for
re-trlal on charges rst violation of tha
Mann white Slavs act, in transporting Bella
Rchrelber from Pittsburgh to this city.
He was convicted on tha first trial, but
was given a new trial because of error.
Tha negro fighter was last head from 1st
Paris bofora tha outbreak of tbe war.
Grizzlies Win Third
DENVER, Oct. 6. Tho Denver Western
league team won the third game of tha
Inter-league series today from Indian
apolta. the American association team.
11 to 6. The locals garnered fifteen hits,
rood for twenty-four basea Coffey ofl
Denver hit a homo run in tha seventh In
nlng, with two men on bases. Catcher
Livingston injured his knee In tho second
Inning, and bad to retire from tho gam.
The Rev, William A. Sunday assisted In
umpiring the game. A part of the cat
receipts was donated to tho Red Cross.
Indianapolis 00101 000 2-698
Denver 0 0011084 11 It S
Batteries: Adams, Livingston and Oo9
sett; Mitchell and Block.
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