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THE CONSTITUTION, ATLAOTA, OA,, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915. SPORTS Red Sox and Phillies Are Ready DICK IEMISOH Page Ten. FULLERTON PICKS RED SOX' TO WIN ALEXANDER V. WOOD IN OPENER AND GIVES SCORES OF EACH GAME IM 8*z. Wtod Pkilt|il»fci*. Rixjy PKiUdtlptiis, Alauntfer .... MMh Al«xi»<«r .... M 8m. Wwd PhiUMfkl*. Alexaadtr .... Br Hock S. Fullorton. Illuminate the Commons, let the Sacred Sacred Codfish and the Stcwri Clam fox ; ; up Common - HOW THE CONSTITUTION WILL COVER THE WORLD'S SERIES PH«.e8.h™rt.JUrW:c«n»».ed as the greatest baseban dopester in the world— will dl«cu«B each game from the angle of one who knowa Mr Fullerton"* work in advance of the aeries in The Constitution is too well known to need further comment. Associated Press — Thl» great the job to nanaie ine ws - gathering agency will have Its best features and the detailed account of how the game is played, with the official box score, will appear in— *ksw u.... Dick Jrsslsos:, rne oonomui statistical dope, win nana sporting editor, and his wide fund of imp iira^nil nf comDarative figures on :he series, compiled from the official scores, as featured The Constitution's Photographs— The lateat and beat photos of - the will be carried trom oay puDiication. their srith the beat. Noth - realth. Hang old crepe upon Bill Penn again and drape the scrapple and the planked shad in black pepper. Boston Boston wins. The After the hardest hardest doping in the history of the world's world's series, the figures declare that the Boston •world's champions mortgage until the Braves foreclosed on them in the name of Boston last year. The flgrues are Indisputable. Boston has. the stronger team in every department, department, the best fortified against accident, accident, and the analysis, reduced to Its final form, proves that Alexander the handicap and, by his own pitching, overthrow the five stars of the - Red Sox. The "Hear" Kelts. The latest obtainable news trom the inside the two camps is that Ki [lifer's [lifer's arm js not yet in proper condi tion. He injured the arm by careless throwing and, against Moran's orders, tried to work before it was ready, set - bly > t the a •vrk in part of the idelphia's strength RIVAL OUTFIELDS IN FIGURES A.B. R. . Ml 536 87 130 18 14 H. 2B. 3B. H.R. SB. S.H. B.A. PO. A. E. F.A. 17' 1«' .2<2 2S9 2« 7 .974 .212 24 2 1 .968 LRUwI.6..! 144 62$ 66 166 29 7 S Uttl. Henrlksen 69 85 9 18 1 2 « Philadelphia. 140 484 82 124 29 6 22 11 6' .277 223 29 11 .958 98 289 41 70 14 3 3 9 26 119 417 40 117 15 3 1 23 28 107 325 36 81 16 4 10 12 11 Pos. Player. R. F. Cravath . C. F. Paskert . L. F. Whitted . Otit Becker .. . P.O. A. E. F.A. .242 151 10 methods of his opponents very closely. Light Hitting Series. There are two facts about the series. that seem settled. First, that It probably probably will be the lightest hitting worlds series in a long time, and, second, that he two teams are about tne worsi Dase tinning clubs in the two major leagues. That helps out Moran in his plight for rm of less consequence. However, the doDintr is done. All that remains is for these teams to get out there and earn their money. The best dope is that the first game is to be a battle, of speed and we are Joe Wood can throw a ball faster than 111 SHORT METER. By James F. Keirass. Series is best 4 in 7 games. Alexander has struck out more than 1.000 National league batsmen In his five years of pitching. The biggest share the players in 1912. Their share amounted to ; valuable poim Johnson, we hope bring Alexander into condition nformed h> is ready and willing to he was in mldseason. >o Overconfidence Sees. As for overconfldence on one side pr oppression on the other, there is it a sign. The Red Sox aren't over - mfident. They saw what happened to e Athletics last fall and are keyed ? for the struggle. The Phillies know ey are facing a ball club' that is their iperlor in strength in many depart ments. They rely upon team work. •d work and pitching. If anything, TODAY'S EMI SMSM1P.H Dick Jemison to Call Game in Person— Rain Checks. Doors Open at 12:30—1 1 - 2 Viaduct Place. MRS. COLLIER PLAYS MRS. KING TODAY FOR ANSLEY TITLE Dick Jemison'e ball - by - ball and play by by - play account of the first irai the world's series between the Red Sox and the Phillies will start prompt ly at i ociocjc, Atlanta time, at m Viaduct place. The doors onen at 12:30 o'clock, and Incidental news, such as the arrival of the respective teams, celebrities. will be called before the actual game itself. The admission is 50 cents. Rain checks are issued with each tlck< It rains any day durine the series, by presenting the rain checks tne next day they will be gooo tor tne next game of the series. The wonderful scoreboard Is a feature feature in Itself. The batting order appears appears on each side of the diamond, and as each player comes up he Is lifted from his place in the batting order and placed at the home plate. No matter what time you come, you know how the game stands. '£?very individual Dlaver's on these and every other department of the play are also recorded. The i runs, hits GRAND'S ELECT RASCORE ON THE WORLD'S SERIES r and Mrs. Ouy King right to meet In the rinal rouna Dy winning their semi - final matches on Thursday. _ _, . In the second flight. Mrs. E. Richardson Richardson and Miss May Richardson will play for the cup, while In the defeated eight round Mri. E. P. Ansley and Miss Bleckley will play. ' day. No match was a walkaway for the winners. It usually being decided on the final hole. _ . „ . . The result of all semi - final matches played is: FIRST FLIGHT. J - _ Mrs. C. A. Collier defeated Mrs. T. T. MiinGuy King defeated Mrs. K. B. Arm - Mrs. E .Richardson defeased Mrs. R. L Miss May Richardson defeated Mrs. 3. C. ** UIDBFKATKD EIGHT. Mrs. E. P. Ansley detested Mrs. Carltn. 1 up - (10 holesj. MATINEE AND DETAIL AT BIJOU THEATER with the world's series returns at t» Bijou theater daily, starting toda The matinee will be put on iramediati A new scoreboard will be Installed for the series, and the game will detailed ball by - ball. Football Games Today Rice v. Baylor at Hons len"Tex»lsr* " Mississippi v. & P. U. I Oxford. Miss. In addition to the great feature pic - rre at the Grand beginning Friday. a large "electrascore" has been se - ured and, beginning at 1 o'clock, At lanta time, every play and every move of the players will be given in detail this electric scoreboard. r>oors open at 12 noon, and the game will be gin promptiy The elect la a tlon, and is intensely interesting and y movement of the players as made. The games of the en i i will be given every day at World's Baseball Series Will be given in detail in Kimball House Banquet Hall, first floor. All kinds Refreshments. Admission 35c for Every Purpose Use - 6l9e{ ■ V1 ttiusKey OLDEST AND BEST OF ALL BOTTLED 600DS < STANDARD FOB it TEARS. Get Vonrs from Either of the Follow Inc Distributors! Wtttisras. Jackson Is. Is. Fls.; Oretl Trad. Co_ PsnucoU. Pis.; Exsrwt Chirr" Pr«»»l« Ewiu Cssrsw Prtsalt Exam* CkarsM rWkslS BROWN - FOREMAN CO., Louisville, Ky. ovjvioms s

Clipped from The Atlanta Constitution08 Oct 1915, FriPage 10

The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia)08 Oct 1915, FriPage 10
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