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SIX THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1920, Indians within Game of World's Title--Super Horses to Race--Carpentier Meets Levinsky -- . _ _ . ._ _ _ ~ Jr J Mails, Brooklyn Castoff, Wins Great Pitching Duel, Holding Rivals Scoreless Southpaw Rises Up to Avenge Himself on Charlie Ebbets Who Shunted Him to Minors Four Years Ago--Sherry Smith Hurls Great Game but Weakens with Two Out in the Sixth. onl 'r BY FRANK G. MENKE. f Staff Correspondent Universal Service. CLl-IX J'.LAXD. O., Oi-t. I I ---Indian* I ; I ) o ( l » i ' , - t) ; ' The feverish A t h l e t e s t h r u s t ;i port .ulc slingi-.ij; dm I ,-; the pop-eyed ]opulrvce t h i s a f t e r n o o n and W a l t e r ' M;iiK, recently rescued from t h e hti.shc.^, g a t h e i c d in the vc relic I ', " A f t e r two v \ c - i o out in the i i x t h , Tris Speaker --heed one ft Sherry Muith'.s choice oiYeritigs to lel't. And t l u n (ieor};e I l i i r n s | who lollowed Jiini reached out for a near w i l d p i t c h nnd hooked , it lo the l e f t field bleachers, w h i l e the n i . i n a g e i i a l m - p i hoofed it I home with the solitary marker of the pastime. Cleveland Scores 4th Victory over The Dodgers 1-0 Composite Box Score of Six Games And now. with I b c union c o u n t | f o u r t o t w o against them, w i t h I b c i r hurling staff rlddlnd by tiultiin sharp ' shooter*, t h o l i o d K i m ' h o p e ot \ v o i l d j -conquest nickers und furies- a .id ! 1 fades yet jnorc. It Ifc^nijjbublo thin before tho Btm sink* i uefKlay night 1 beyond i h e Tvc.itern hilln, tho wild men of Cleveland w i l l be k l n i t l n K It over tba baseball u n i v e r s e . Tho conib.il l.u-ked h o m o w i i . i t In thrills, yielding n o t h i n g I h a t i c . i l l v was spectacular----iind i l l d u i i i i o n s i much enthusiasm n t n o n f c Ibc n i- tlvea. A l t h o u g h t h e g.ime l a c k e d I l i c "kick" of Sunday, t h o ntiihu-« determined io Ktvo tho crowd u l i t t l e -omethlng bovond an ordiiwxr.v ball game, ami thii M B S » u i p l l c d in the form of b i i m o r -- o r s e m l - h i m i o i . Zachary '\v~he.u. who captains t h e Brooklyn slippers, h i k e d t o t h e p l a t e Jn the second I n n i n g and o v e n t n a l h had a count 01 t \ \ o s t i l k e s against him. The next, one looked KOIM! and Zach sm tins'. So ^clon-» U I I M the w h i r l tbft.1 w h e n I t em'led. ilaob -was sitting upon tbe l.imlicdpe. -mil Tommy Oonmllv. the u m p i r i n g I ' c i - »on, p r o m p t l y a d i n d R e d h i m oil . A Touch of Humor. Tbi« r l u i M o . i m e , « u h t i u s f a \ 0 i of the p o p u l a c e , bin not. u i l l i X,uoh. He leaned to his feet and made motions at Tomm.%. Thi-ri be- ispoke harsh words. The R|JJ( of t h e m was that T o m r n j \\.I.M all v,-roni t h a t , his eye^ and the eyes of t h e crowd had been d e c e i v e d . X.ich claimed that Jiiste-ad of MVlnsiuK be \\tis merely d o d g i n g , and. hi -u doing, had IOM his b.i unu e But tbe piotost n v . i l l c d uol .it all. A l l t h r o u g h I h o g a m e , /j.ich w a s angry w i t h Tommy, bin nmde no open h h o v . And be d i d not £0.1 tb,- hoped for re\ ciiKe. 1 - n l 111 Myers aeelng that Kach was nor K O l n K t" "pot" Tommy for having 1 (ailed it strike a strike, decided Io l.ilM tin m a t t e r in UN i,wn b a n d s So w h e n ITf'Caine u p t o the p U l o I n t b e n i n t h he promptly c h o p p e d u hiRh om down and n b l t l e back o ' h i m . airl drove the b a l l on to T o m m y ;- l e f t foot. The. jtnic W ' I M rteUycd w h i l e Tommy hopped a r o u n d in n b e - u i t l - ful imitation of a. c i a n e d i n i n i ; which intermission, 111 K i - i n m d and Zaoh dirt likewise. MAKING THE COUNT FOUR AND TWO Shooliuu, ^l·^N, rf Ull \Vlic-nt. Myorx. r f II' IvIlilulV, ^ Miller. · s. s i n K h . tli s\ Tiitnls \--DntU'd -·\v--1 iti 11 fi 112 'X) .1 24 (3 0 tor jjt'U in !lth. .v KonuU-hy In' 9th, ((YMillimifl from Tn K ( One.) Tim ci-otllt for I In- victory c a n n o t , h o w e v e r , be accorded e n t i r e l y to l l n l l H ' J i u p o r i n i - l t v over .Sherry S m i t h fur t h o C U i v P l a m l luirlor wan l i f i i k c d bv i h o t t e r hi'inu! of loam u e f c i u c t h n n t h a t acc.ordoil the. N'fi- I t o n a l IWIKIIC boMiian. Seven Brooklyn m e n w o i e lotl H l r a n d c d with p o t i ' i i t l a l runs I n t h e m a k l n c w h l l a b i l l f o u r I n d i a n s r e m a i n e d on I he sacks afl-er t h e I h l r d o u l , A l t h o U B h t ' l n v o l i i t u l h a d I h e bases ( I l l t ' d n l o n o t i m e ( t i i r l n n I h o sooond I n n i n g I I w a s n o t u n t i l t h e s i x t h leoidon H i n t t h e r u n w h i c h n i n e t h e h o m e t e a m t h e \ i e t o i \ - \vns pnshe I n c r m w . The m.iklns o f flu v i l n n i i i " ! t a l l v w,-is n r l l h e r s t a r i l i n i ; nor 1111- o i t b o d o x bin stoorl o u l like a I k b l - liouse u n ' i s l o i r n v n l s h l . M^MIM V I I I I M h a d t i l e d o u l t n K o n d h j . uls o n l y l i l l l e s i a p p e a l t i n e n n t I h e ' p l M t o ( l u r l i i i ; t h e c a m e , W a m b y W A I w u i U t o I h e b v n i l i , Olso-i t o lvonot-"hy. M a i u i K T i ' - l ' a p t n i n Hpoiikn- diot 'n s l u n k - t o 1-lnlit. W l l h l u o d o n i i i l i a "dune d i d not a p p e a r to be nel f o r r u n i m i k i i i K w i t h .Smith s l u n l i n i s t h e m o v e r w i t h p l e n t y of speeil ain't c u i v e , Hcorj'.o H n r n s proved 'o be t h o b u t t e i - who wits to d e l i v e r (hi; b l o w t h a i wrecked the Robins' hopo.i of t i K i i l n l y i n g up Iho sci-ieii, He ( 4 i i i R h i ono of Smith's aweops on t h e very t i p of hia ha I a]Kl l l f t o t l t h e splHire elc.ir to tho centei-flald blonohcrs, t h e ball h l t t l n f t h n l o w rail and e ^ a d l m r both the h a n d s of X a i k W h e a t and those of severil rne.n and boys who tried to c l u l e h It, beliiK: f l r u i l h - i-etrievcil by Myers, far too I n t o to proveiit Speaker f r o u i scot I t i n Ol.son p i - o l t m l f d , c l a h n l r i R I n l M - C e r e n r e w i t h t h o b a l l b i l l t h o u i u p h e s i c I t m o O t o ( o n s l d e r ihe d n l m . The p o c n l l a i i Iroiunstnm e« w h i c h h a \ e pervaded the phijincr of the C'l( ,'el.iiiil 'club lo d a t o ivero ajjaln shown In I h N piny, f o t Rnrn.o Is n mtlrve son of O h i o , h a v l n s boi n In Nile.1. , C'rowl of Serli-a. Spcukri 1 , ( t' Ilurni. I b (n r(l tier. :JI \ \ H M l . I'l S-iv 1-11. v., O ' N e i l l , i MM IN, t , If I.Tiulcxon, If XViunby, liH liuute, 21) Sponher, of nltiiriiM, It) liK. StnUli. rf Cluriliii'r, ill) JWotxl, rf ojotmston, 11 Se^voll, HHK O'Nell, c ThoniiiiH, P IF ITlilo, nil Kl I I 22 I) 10 10 uu Ml 9 It) 17 I) I) a A Cukhvi-ll, MnllH, j) .\MBRTOA\S. ib Sb hi' Hit Kb bb 10 P.C. ,:108 .275 .ODD .ill 8 .800 »8 .4011 4 .Jrtl) H .aoo 7 .222 t« .211 It no a .t I) A t 17 M 0 II t.". 0 .0011 .11011 .1100 .500 ,000 .000 IM 18 4lf 7 I 2 X 0 17 18 ,2-17 l»»i 74 iT. Orlfllfli, rf 1V«I«, rf When t,/ If Myorn, .11) I b BROOKLYN NATIONALS. nh r It 21) lib tir s!i si) 1)1) n I 0 0 0 0 o a i o i o 0 '0 0 0 0 0 o n o ft II 0 o o o KiMuff, 2I KrucKur, c RUllov, i fljiitnnr Mnnmux, Dndorc, p K. Siil'ltll, p I'fclToi 1 , p u · 17 5 2.1 222 i» IK A 12 i 1 |82 8 »(» 5 o i o 0 0 o 0 o o 0 t'.(.:. .nut .214 . I IS po n I t 20 .000 .SIM .27)1 II C! I I .IfiH K!l 7 . M l M .» .107 fl _ , I H 7 Jit ,IM)) 0 .000 0 .000 .na» ,000 ,-CO .000 .000 o.. n o x o 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 J .000 .975 1.000 ,11011 i ,000 l.OOO .H92 .9A7 1.000 1.000 .811.1 .000 t .000 .000 .000 1.000 ,9A2 P.C. 1,000 .8.11! .833 1,000 l.OOO .887 l.OOO .»s» l.OOO l.OOO I.O(K 1.000 .000 (.000 l.OOO 1.000 J.OOO l.OOO .000 .8 I io ii o (i o o o o o o -- o 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -I -- 1 liltw -- UnrnH, Ol.sol. Ilaso on l)iili«-^-(JlT .Mails, C'lcvcliiiiil 'ISMl Illl.sO Ix'ft on tiinil, -t. L; HTiillli, I. Stiiiok (Hit--Hy MuilH, -I: Sniitli. 1. l'i»|lrt-*--Cimnoll, ( p l a t e ) : O'lMiy. (1st liaM-): IMricon. (X'uil Imsc) ilijrtu, (Svil 1a«o). Tlmr of jriiim- I.A-t. Will Try to Win With Marquard, Wheat Says HY yj\l'K ( I 1 U O K ) WHEAT. ( C o p y i l R h t , llliO. b v U u i v e i i n l Si-rvlc*.) I.1'(.U'H P A f i l v . i t l u v e l u n d , O.. ·I. I I - - I I was a pitchers' b u t t l e i n \ . ;i r o r u l n i old fdsbloned tilt t w e e n t w o pllcbei's w h o wore Steve O'Neill. T h i n fffoi t t l r i d Sherry considerably. So he s t e p p e d out of tho box, wiiKSfl'-d n|lt n«·!"· a trifle, n g u r a t i v c l v y a w n e d s i n d t h e n spent a brief w h l l f f stuflliis hl-« blouse w h e n c o II camo. He t h e n frivoled a w h i l e w i t h hlw belt und seemed on the point of extuictint; a manicure set and working on hla nails, when the boots nnd howls »,f the throng reawakened hio\ to lluty. No man ever had k n o w n n sweot- pr Joy in victory t h n n which camo to Sla.Ua. the elongated left handt-r. t h i n afternoon. Kor not only did. h« achie-ve the lieiKhts of a w o r l d snips shutout, but he scored It over his old team, and t h r o e hiuiKs » tale Mails was a Dodger back In 1 9 H - - _nd Wllbert noblnson figured ho had the makings of a ffrcat pitcher. The manatrnr patiently -worked w i t h Malls to teach "him control. H u t meanwhile Charlie l-llibi ti ownei of *ie outfit, took a d l - d i k o to t h e fllnger. He Iniistod t h a t he be cant a d r i f t -- t o s a t i i f v a p i - r ^ o n a l crudKi'. Robinson pleaded for M.i.la. but :u ^ a l n \.rm I b i J same M a i l * c-ami* ba"'; tb % afternoon, -.shl-pwashed t h e K b b r t h i t ' l l n i ; ' - i n d «o r.in up bis «eo- cli- is world scries t o t a l to I S 2-3 i i i n l i i K K . Tor Mnll- relic-Ted C a l d w e l l in tho l l n p ; . Their H l u g l e )jy Speakor ,md t h o d o u b l e b y l i m n s that h i t t h n I'tlKf oC the stand back of rue und b o i - n d c d b a c k Itlt ) I h o H e l d . T i n e win no i br. n'.e to c u t ' 1 1 S'l u l c o r on tbe t b r c w - i n as he hnil i n i ;;ood n i t - u t arcl Is loo fast not '( t a k e l u h - i n t n q , o f j u s l Mich i i i i i in ( i t u n l t j . 1 ' i l b tc.i'n i l l . l Momo good del 1' n u . i nt. of ooir-iio t h e r e were n o n e of tlio 1Trllls t h a t electi tiled the f a n n In Si.nday'a n a m e . It wan lu-jt a r e g u l a r baseball Kam« nnd wo sot ' i C ' i i t . J n u t pi r n l i n , i , t h a t · all. .V'i ils bus d c \ ' l o ] i d Into a , 0 0 ; i d t c h o i since he was with H r o o k l y n f o n t voars «i?o. He b u d a lol of stuff t h e n , b u t n a s as w i l d n« a h a w k a n d c o u l d n ' t loc.ito t h e plote. f l l n c f l then lie l i n i acquired t o n t i o l and t o d a y be p i t c h e d a pretty Kamp. le has a I M t l o of ovcrvthln/f, but Is best w i t h l i l i f-i.Ht b a l l a n d s h o u l d m a k e a v n l n a b l e p l t c h c i f o r Cleveland n e x t \ e u i . · n i l l l i idti'lu'd a ),-( oil d i ' i j i ' i i i i i l i ' e ,:.(ii'e. ( n o u t . l i I ' i \ \ l i o r d l n a . llv, bur, not. t o d a v . M.MIs w n s n e v e - n . i i t h in I h e holt' at ,m\ l i m e mil",', yon r u l K l i t "\y ' l i e . ' i e ( o n d I n n l r i K b e t oven i h e - i ,uh-n! I h e bie.ik ((gc-ii.st us f o r w l l h t h ' i e men o n , t i n - p i t c h e r WIIH u p , W r o u g h t u p in a tt\er p i t c h of e n - t h u s i a s m by the H c n s . i t l o n n l p l n v of R n n d a v , t h i s t l t v a n d s u r r o u n d i n g «ec;tons t u u i e i l o u t a n o t h e r l i P t r t n t i - doua R n t h o r l u t ; of f a n s for lodav's R a m e . A f t e r t h o last t i n - n s t i l o h a d c l i c k e d i i n r i o i i n e e m e n l wns m n d p by the N a t i o n a l i oinmlsslon t h a t Hie p a i d a d i n t x s i o n a t o t a l l e d J 7 , l - l 4 , thn I n r u e H I in the lerlen to d a t e . The sate receipts a m o u n t e d to $S2 Uti.1, w h k h w i l l b e illvlilod 10 p e r , - i n l , t o t h e iN'atlonnl o o m m i n s l o n u n d t h o balance e q u a l l y between the owno.'-i of tho two contomllnjf clubs ancl t h e imxsm-los or t h e m.i.loi IC-IBUOS. W e a t h e r c o n d i t i o n s were i t n l l k o HiOSP prevalllns- at aro of the p r e - c o d l r i K sanies The sKy was over.~-n.--t and a j i t l f t breosse blnw acioss the. o u t f i e l d , etiuslnir the lleldors c o n s i d - er-abln t r o u b l e l u Jnilfslng- t h e o u i s o u t h l R l i hit balls. The a t m o s p h e r e | w a s aatmir.itcd w i t h n clamp hn.n. I h o w e v e r , and p l a j e r n n n J f i n s pcr- t p l r r d I h r o i i R h o i i t t h e game. \ f u W i-ahi d r o p s f e l l I n t h n sixth i n n l m f but it no tlinci d i d It appear t h a t it w o u l d l..e necessary to cull tho c o n test. N o t w i t h s t a n d i n g t h e henl a n d h i i - m l d l l y t h e r e was nn cessation of t u - thiislasm o r r o o t i n g lu f a c t , c o n - certed e f f o r t s t o help t h o l u d l a i m , w i n were morn conspicuous t h a n In ' any of thn p r o c e i l l t i R s-amcs, A p p . u e n t l y the e n t i r e oorlcrosotion of «peotnlor« were d e t e r m i n e d t h a t (^lovclanci ahoultl c-onciner her op- p o n e n t s If t h e vo«al e n c o u r a g e m e n t o f t h e f a n s c o u l d t h i o w t h o advantage towaul the Speakcrlles. For tln first t i m e In t h e series t h e r e wan donee o f a t t e m p t i t o rattle. l h « o]'- ponlnx- plnyers, Ratllos. t u i t o m o b ' l " h o r n s a n d s n s ' a l n e d y e l l i n g n m l H t a m p l n f f c o n t i n u e d steadily d n r i n s r tho play. C a p t a i n Wheat was l l b w ally booed w h e n ho f a n n e d arid then protested the H t r l k p out In the second I n n l O B . and T M t c h o r Smith came In for .similar disapproval in t h « f i f t h , rcrllllurit WoMIns. Then- u-eie plenty of o p p o r ' i i m - tlos to clieor both the homo players and t h e invaders, however, ilu'rlnw t h e h o u r n n d t h i r t y - f o u r m i n u t e s o t play. N o t w l L h s t n n d l i K r t h n t t h n scorn wa.s t h e smallest of the series and t h n same t h o s h o r t e s t , several b r i l l i a n t fleldliiR f e a t u r e s stood out, a'ul by a flti-antre coincidence, two were, marie by S h o r t s t o p HowoH, who a l N 3 wns cluirjrod w i t h t \ \ o e f t o r s , both of w h i c h placed H r o o k l y n ni'inors nn t h e sacks In t h e s i x t h T(XTA1-S, a, 'battoil ,for Wambss-anss in BCC- o u d iramB and tor E, Smith In fourth game. · b Batted for Grlm«s In n r i t t;amp. c Batted for W'iod in fh-sl ?am«, U liotted for Mag-by In tiecond b«on «aiun nnd for Woofl Jn fourth gtant. | o Hatted for Uhle In second i?am« and f.or Malls In. third 8'innfc. Mftrquard In flrat in t'ounh basos--Clovclnnd, r Hattftd tor fianio und for K a i n e S Hailed for Mnmiiux in first pilmc. h Ran for Mitchell in first and for J. Johnston In fourth _ 1 Ran J'or O'Neill In third tramc. I Batted for W. Johnilon In fourth x'ame k Patted for Jamieiaon tn fouilh' cam". Ifffl on ., Ilicokl.vn, .til. Ioiiiblu pl«y«--Olnro Innd, 8 (Gnrdiwr, O'Neill, W. .Johnston and O'NHH; Mall« and Burns; \\ r anitw)vnn'4«, Son oil nnd Jlnriis: 80- cll, \VnniljsijauSM «IK| liiii'iis; ;«rd- uer, Wiiinlwgiiiiw nucl liurnn; tlAjnta- ··(in mill U'Nuill; Gardner, Waiub.n- 8«n^H nntl W. Johnston; W."«T«lin- slun, tttwcll nnl W. Bi-ofiklyn, 5 (Konctohj 1 , Jind Hi. Johnston; Olson, Klldnff nn] (vonetcnv; J, Joliu.Mon, lilldutt anil Honoti-hj'; Mjrom. .l.so." nnd Kll- dnff; Olnon, lillUnR nnd JioneUhj). '1'rlplc play--WnnibMRjinsu (nnn;t«,t- (Hl). BJ15OI on b_JlM---Off Manniortl, S; off Oorelcsklo, 2; off tirlm««, (1; 0 .% I 10 III ..l-llOii 82 4 .088 (,ll lia,_-by. I ; olV Oailwvll, t; off Vlallf, 4; olV g. Smith, 3; off C'ndorc, 1; Off PfofVor, _ ; off Mitchell, «. Sti'licU-, oil)--Bjr Miu-Quurd, «; by Mnninnx, 4; by Covelcskie, 7; ly' Qrimec, S; In 1 Mftllo, t; by S. Siultli, »: by C'ndorc, I; by Pfeffcr, 1: b\ 0«*by, S: by Mit«heU, 1. Hits nml rn n SH--Off Mniiiunml, 7 lilts, ft rims In R InliiRw; off Mnninnv, 2 lilts, 0 nms in !t IrtnlngH (none out In third limlnif of fourth enmf): off Ondons, I lilts, t riniM In 2 inning (none out iu second Inning of fourlli KHIIIO) ; off Covcloikte. 10 l*ll«, _ runs lu J8 Innlnas; off Bngby. 20 lilts, -1 I I I I I N In lit iuninKs; on (Jrimcs, to inlf, 7 riui.s In 1. l-.l injilnus; on I'lilc, j hit, » rilns hi a iniiln«:»; off CaldHi-ll, IS hits, 2 runs In 1-8 Inning: off -Malls, 9 hits, 0 run In n 2-3 inning: ofl Pfvflfor, -t hits, 1 run In ,'t jnnlm; off Mllclidl, » hits, | run In |» _.:! innings; off Smith, 10 hits, 2 i-un- In 17 Inning, wild pltchc-"--I'fef- 1'cr, Ttntfby. P»ss'(i ixilK--:.MIllcr, .. AVinnlnK jrftt-boi*'--C'oveloiskle (IIrut (fliino); Cirlmas (--onil name),- h. .Smith (third (tame); (JoioloskK- (fourth ff_ini): Ungby ( l l f i l i «'iim«) MallH (flxth pniiie). rosins pltvliorn --Marqnnrd. (Ih-sf samo); ~ " gnnitt); dwloro (finirth R-rtino); t.i'tmcH (fifth finimOi Snitjli (slxtli Krnmii). Ijnpii'e*--Klein _ml O'I«v (National l.esg'iic); C'onuoll) anil ('Aim'i lenu Play by Play Story of the Game Georges Picked To Beat Barney In Bout Tonight Hy t'nlvoi-snl Smlcn. NEW YOlftK, Oct. 1 1 -- U o l h yponri'H Oanu'ritlni-. a n d B n l t U i i R I/uvlnnky a i o I n c,xooll«in - o n l l l l n i i for Hied- twMvi'-vO'tind b o u t In t h e -'llv l i n l l park tomorrow Is p r o n o n n n c d In perfect shap« for t h l , hln first real .tout, on Amerlcnn »oll. The noted l^rnnc.h lyoxor !« the p i c t u r e of the pea-feet at.lilete. There Is mi K|RII of war K t r a l n aiiid II ii probable- t h a i Ii * .'i» now n much b'-ltci- rlr.;,' l i g h t e r t h a n b e n m t w l u - n h e took u p urirs In f l ' f n n s e of his eotinti-y. T h e French c h a m p i o n ' s a p i i e n " n n c i i has l i n p r o \ e d g r e a t l y , l i e I-, no ]onKer I h o p a l e , wejn-v-eyo'l v o n l h t.b»t he was w h e n he flnil m a d e h!« a p p ^ a r n n r o liarn His eyon lire now brliyht, his e.hooks rosv nnd hi. muscles f l a n d onl so i h i ' .',e lookfl (o be l.irju'i 1 nml f.ir m e r e f o r m i d a b l f l than before hr hfK-a,i ic/ prepare f o r I h e p r e s e n t b ) i' Levlnalcv «ilso finished ( r n l n l n g 'n apparently perfect shape, He l i t " rwmovflfl most of the m i r p l i i i lles'n t h a t he oarrled InUi the Hiitf (or hli !'i'-t few bouti anil he now lool.o l l k i the vicious flirhter of a fiv vearK baok, At t h a t t i m e he was h e n d ind Ahouldeni In cln-ss nbo^t the n u m e r - ous heavyweights he faced a n l def cn.ted. It l.i possible I h n l 1/evhiKky l i n n been bnmnil out Inrtde from the voar.i of tmlnlnt? and h u n t (Iffhtlnf.* he has p u t In b u t o n l y l h » rigor o f tomorrow nlg'ht's clash w i l l tc'I t h n t . Ho oppo.irs to ha\'e reswiined all hl.i oM llrno speed and s t a m m n and Is h i t t i n g harxler l l u i n over n l t h o - i s b b was never a sncceft* a.s n K - n o c k o n t . Speed Is w h a t levlnsky h i s been traliiinK for n'lore t h a n n n y t h l n i r ejfm. Ho tlgnrcn t h o t In merlin*,' the f a i t - i.v! j.rin In 1 b a n evw encoiinii-" 1 ' f«peevl n p I f he 1^ 1 i h (Vii l i e " , f a r a s a p p c a i / i n r c t o f i - p e i i'.ff n r p c a i ' x to h o l d h i l l a'/.'il,?'.t n d \ , i p . L i s c . A« n flfthtei li-jw-'i'" · lii n n-.' :i ,-,)ref.-ive, I P if l i i f ' y to lofld Ihe A m e r l : a n c c n t M t a n t a i n c r clip. Thf bettin?r favoi- h ' m b}' wid Man-o'-War-Sir Barton In History Making Clash Greatest Crowd that Ever Witnessed a Turf Event in Canada Gathering at Windsor Today for Spectacle Featuring Two of the Most Wonderful Horses that Ever Wore Blinders. \ \ I N I X S O K , 'i-year olcN, and (')nt.. CM. ll.--.Maii-o'-VVKr, greatest o£ Sir Ban on, best of the -1-yiar olds, their AT SEASIDE PARK OCT. 30 A f i f t e e n mill' M u i o l h o n l a c e n p e n In .ill rcslntered a m a t e u r s , noini'- wliil of a n o w H y In this olty, will be held October I I I ut uiidc-j- Cue ansiili e of the l i o n l-'ni' d, i K - e o ' - i l l i i K to r . o i i n e i ' i i K ' i t m . u l i by P. V. ( j a l i a n , h i i p e r l i i t e . - . t - e n t , v i s t i - r d i v i i l ' l e r t i ' i o n . h w i l l be r u n on th 1 ;irk Itec i'«- u n a n - h . i l f m i l e t r i i i k 'il t h e ]i:irk w i l l be- i i h e sle p () f t h e h ' ch.ir ^ : v:;:^^^: ! ^ ! :'"^. \^»»^TM«««-, ,· 11 !,-· i ( .JM o t e , l t i n t n Uiri;e n n n i b f i "f c - i n r l i i ) w i l l be ni.uli' n u t m i l y l i o i u tli «* i l t v bin f r o m nc.irhy tovvn.s and some of the of Hie (i:.ite. |''|M mefli .lln r n i ' d b i o i i ' i " w i l l l i « Hr.il nvo to f i n i s h u n d ft o qltles R o l d , to I h « ·ii |J tlrst 'rn r .z ' f t'no (Jilr I Ktuc- a n d held tho b, Ogers «--,n-losn m i l ' l i e t ' n w«v of was t _ k « i t u * for ,1 i / J i f l i hi:'.;- , l''nr l o m o i - i o w ' s KUine we w i l l pro- I babl use M u r q u a r d for the i t n b e Is Snprciiip lct f i . Mnll-i. iMailfi r c K a i d e d a' e«-«iitrlf and II tely to crack -w«is put to the sever- t test 1hli a f t e r n o o n and assayed -karat rom-ape. Thr»o 1'iKlorloiis | ir d u o to m a k e a return and we c a n n o t a f f o i d t o t a k e u n v ( h i i n c e s . C h i m e s mav )co In, b u t 11 Is h a r d l y I l k o l y . Tlu«i H our o n l y c h a n r u to Ht.-iv In and \\f w a n t dial frame errors wore m a d e b e h i n d h i m . t w o of I .Jl'*' h ' n °"'' B 1 ' 0 1 1 "I l c l - ''«"'« o n . I ,, ,. , . ,, ,. .. ft n.. « I , ., r. * K . .. ' * W I X V. L I I Wo w i l l be i igin back h c i c In t h i s I n i i u i E Sewell IAIUS(. ed i n t h f hecond a n d I h l r d u u l s wiUi I wo prieat stops and t h r o i v i lo fl;-l of h . i n l b i t h u l l s from tbe bats of U'hen! and Myers. In ( h siamo «e«-- I .11011 T a t c h e i - O ' X e i l l s n a p p e d a fait : i t h r o w lo "Uoe" J o h n s t o n n f t e i - ?V|H i n d i wo out n'nii z o l V l i i K rostil|.)d" ! ri luul i)u " W"H«'d lo llrst a n d canirhi t h e r u n n e r several feel off the li.ig d e s p l t n his dflspcralc p f f o i l t o i e K a l n Iho bos. P i t c h e r S n i l l h nm;:. n e i ' f p i l n D o m n v h c i t s l n i l l a r p l a v In I h e e i g h t h w h e n h e ( l a s h e d I h e b u l l ncrosM t h e d l n m o r u l i n K u n r t u l i . N a n d c n i i R h ' T5Mins off t h n hasn afti'r t h e b i t t e r h a d R l i n e d t h n first t i - comlnjf o n e a f t e r t h e o t h e r flj led the bases. This w o u l d Jiav 0 njlsettlfd O 1 " p U c h c i i ( / t i t of 1 0 0 Hut -was t h e h u n d r e d t h l!!n|j:-r .mil hi elun^r himself alotifr to gloi-y. Smith's pitching w,i« H i f n d i U too. bat Smith bccamo Just « bit wooney t h e sixth, w h e r e u p o n H p e a k e r nnrt irns joined in a brief but very suc- itprNU]^ and before S m i t h ri covered t h e brace of i b o i l K l n e . q hi d crabed S n i l l h ' M p i t c h i n g I n t o t h e feat c o l u m n A-nd n o w u h i l c K o h S n y o r i IM I n s l y t )n f t h a t "we'll pet 'em yet," H p r . i l t o r srjeaks thusly ^"Onlv o n e j;inie more a n d w « ' i o i campions. T K a l d w e ' d l a k e f o u i »(S-als:ht at lionv und I wan! to rrfiake good my promise to the fans VJho'll 1 pitch Tuesday' W e l l , f hiven't d e c i d e d yet. P u t maybe TThlo "Would like t h e e h a n e o t o t i a v e l t)}e -whole distance I'll h a v e to th-lnk it over." . Tris SJpea-ker Is t h w o n l y pl.wer n o w In t h e frame w h o w i t n e s s e d i b o tTjfo unassisted t r i p l e T'lay.i n m d e In tl)e bij.,- leasrii'-s. Speaker wns w i t h .Btpston w'K-n N'enl H n l l m n d e his play here In l ' * 0 9 aiv' «"·' In e e n t e i - ttfrld yi stei da ·/. " I ' y - Y o l i t i K \ \ h o pitcher] f o r M o v l o n rurainil C l e v e . land -when K-i'l inn o u t t h i e e m e n I n 1 he sUi nds \ es. a m i f o i m t r n i . j \ m of ( ' iji e n p . i ,1 ,i |JD\ i n t l i e 'i ' v,.th it p a i ' j of f r i e n d s h.ii l l t t l o h a l l park tomorrow ready t o p l a y f o t a l l f h . i l ' s In u s T h e i e Ii i i l w a y h a ( h u m p , ospoi lal- l,\ when you in-e t r y i n g , and bcllnve m e , n p lire dolnj; t l m t l i t t l e t h l n s t in t h i s uptvx. ' ' l c \ i l n n d w i l l n o d o n b i uie Cove- leskle n» he has h n d sufflcient test t o KO I n foi a n o l h f r t r y l o make I I t h r e e v l e i o i l o s f u r h l i i i H o l r I n t h i s ·" rim. I f K p r a k r r docs n o t t h i n k h h a d m i n i - l e n t rusl, h e n m y 1'hle. who has been efl'octlve w h e t ever be w o i k m l I n the soi Ics. Tbis w o u l d bolrl t'ovele.'-kle I n i e - H it s h o u l d t a i n b o n - e v e i , ,m,| ,, (lav I n t c i - v i . i i f , ( h e r e Is n o d o u b t i n m y m i n d l u l l t h a t CoMdeskle w i l l p i l c h . 1 01 he Is .DiNlons to trs f o r i ho t h r e e M i n l K l i t a n d t h e J n r l l a n s n-:int l o end t h e n e i l e s o n t h e l i Imme (tronnds. They now luu'o us f o u r to two That IVKMDS an u p h i l l (l,-|, t for' but baseball 1.1 « (fame f u l l of prison a n d c u r i o u s t u r n s imd m i o may bo k i n d to us and t u r n tho t n - blp- l u m o r r u n . ( ' l i n . ' l n n d l,, ls W01 , t h r e e s t r a l f t h t . W h a t of II V Wo i n n y be a b l e to do the same. The iirns n r e ,,|| J M p o r i l | H | 1(l) , r p x . i e p ! . l o h n s t o n ami he w i l l be. of t i n M i l i s w l l h his 1,11, f . u ,|,|, b u d h ' I n u N e r l u t ' i e i t h . i n else. We u l l l I t l o n an the to c e n t e r . l e s u l l of e n n no FIRST 1NXING U i o o k l y n . ' Olson Riod to Ks- Sbechan t u n n e d . Wnmby ihrew Nels al fli'Sl. No r u n , no h l l , e r r o i . i J l . K V K N A N i D . K v a n n liaet H h e « b i ) n , bin w o n t o u t . M i l k r i o Ol.son. W a m b y f l t o r t l o N'els. Spoak^it' f o u l e d out to M l l l i P . N'u r u n , ( i n e ' h i i , no e i r o i . SKC'WND T N X I N W lli-ooklyn. W h e a t tannfld. Myn-s filed o u l loo Wood. Koriey slnglfrd U r i g h t . Hen oil ( t i m b l o A Ttil d u f f ' s groiinder and tho b u t t e r wits safo «l (Irst, Koney Bolng to second. Gardner imiascd up M i M o r ' n g r o u n d m ^ind thn )ja»or renchcd lltat, Smith lilted oul to SptaUcv. No runs, OIK; h i t . two errotH. Clovftl.vnil. B i n n s walked. Oatd- n u r forced Burns nt second. K o n e y to Olson. Wood sot a dingle. Into K-fl n o l d , Garclne.1- saliiR' to Wilrd. On W h t a t ' B t h r o w to t h i r d Wood tho UB, out b , i i n y i l i l i i j ? « h o n - m i l In (,; is nn l o m o i IM l o o k foi n real b u t t l e . M H i o u f c h A f n l l s p i i r lied ri r e n m r K a b l y s l e r i i l j o i n n e . I l i o o l c l M i s c v o r i l l l i n i . i b u d nn n w i t h i n (ir-orlna; Ji«- t a n e e . t h e D n d r - n t s ' b e s t c h a n c o t o Ret men a r o u n d Hie p a t h s cominir I n the sworid w h e n » alngle and two e r r o r s n i l c r l th.i baaes. A f t e r l u o won- o u t , K o n e t e h v slashed a l i n e s i n g l e t o t l d h t . K l l i l n f f r o l l e d o n e t o Sewell b u t t h o I l l t l e s h o i t s t o p f i i m h l e r ) J n u t I O I I R (·innifrh t o loso IIIR ( b . ' i n r e l o r,el e i t h e r K o n e \ 'it ·.-.ec- otid of K l l d n f f .-it flnil. M i l l c i ' s p r o u n r l e r n , i \ e ( i i i r r l m - i -in · '.-, i h a n c c foi a p l a v at any huso but h o n l n o f u m b l e d , ( l l l h i f Mi" bnien f o r .Smith. W i t h t u o b u l b i - n l l e r l i h o H r o o k l j n p l t r h e r ( n n y l i t n slow c n i v i nesr tile end of b i n b n l fo- i s h o r t llv back ol Hivond. H p e n k o r d a s h e d In i i r n l ( n i e l l i II for ( l i e lhn-,1 o u t H i o o k h u n e v e r KO! a m.di lo I h l r d at l e t ( I l l s Inning-, In Ihe f o u r t h Mvers ril'ii'l" 1 nCd'r o n e \\UK o u t u n d I C i n n l c r u w a l k o t l b i l l M a l l H forced K l l d u f f lo hit .1 short llv lo Wood nnd Kvawi t o o k M i l l e r ' s I n n j r H u m - . Neii) walked In the s l x i h but wun i - i i u ^ h t (iff flrif w l l h one o u t on a quick t h r o w f r o m u'N'dl) a n d in ' i i u o l f t h t l i Olscin ( l i i I N ( , ,, d o u b l e l o | i ! t w i t h on" m i l l i e m vo- pnnsnil ut-'- o n i l , lunvcM'i', f o r S l i e e h a n p o p p o d o u t a n d K I I I K C I - , b n l ' l i i ' ! f n N e i w , f i i r oil ' dfion n l I 111 i d H r o o k l v i i m a d e n n i m l e i T n r t m si o r e I n t h e n i n t h . . M v e i x w a s sii.'.» a t t i i i l u l i h o n - o u t \ \ h e n S e \ v , d l l h u « l i ' l f t h n o i l K i i i i c i e ' i v f o r od I h B r o o k l v i i o n t l l f - l d e r n t H P C o n d . W i t h McCabe r u n n l r i R : for Koney, Httocl » lonif fly to ICvana and (fame was over. Arinlysis of the p l t c h l n s iotoi-ii» In todiiy'a njame sho\\« t h a i Malls and S m i t h wore w o r k i n g on ( h e bat- tors hi much t h o same fcishlon. Thf C'lovelanrt hiirlar's nuiwrlority li.y n n t l r e l v in t h faot lh.it he a l l o s v i i l f o w p r hits a n d scarlet ed t h e m n e t t o r thon bin o p p o n e n t . M a l l H t h r o w Ihe brill '.o ths bai- ters 99 1lm«a w h i l e Smith'*, effort t o l a l l e d tfl!) In 8 t n n l n f M Tho local lad shot over SS strikes, R f o:il .strikes, 36 colled balls, 2 fonlfl, forced I « men lo go o u t on tiles and J 2 on Rrou'ijerw. t l i » allowt'il, th'^o*! h i t s I n ns i n n n v InnlnKS. P m l f h I n - l r l c d 89 strikes, 7 f o u l strikes, 2S cilled balls, S foul«, rn- tirod S b n t t c i v i on flies and l a on j rollers. He n ' l o w n r l 7 hits, however. I b u t o n l y In tho si\th when Spoal"r'a I a l n j f l e i i n t l Burns' double acot-"0 ! r i o \ c ! a n r l » i n n , c o u l r l Itifl Infll.tuu R e t moii- l i m n one snfit blow lo 111 Imihif DvlgirN Still Honefnl. The K o l i l n a n t l l l w«re f u l l of null'* L o i i i n r h l rcpni'illosi of t h e (hn)o f l l r a l i t h t (I'fcntn a t ( h e h a n f l n o f ( n o l i i d i n r n 'Beat'.' I s h o u l d s.iy we ni-e n o r " f i i m n j Miinns'er 'iVIlbert Rolilnn.-jn o f ( h e N a t i o n a l l«'ii';ii'' ( h a m p l n n a , "We l i n \ e n ' t been h l ' t l n g and t h f l i ' n t l i o sole l i o n b l n . We're R'olnsr oul ( b o r e t o m o r r - o w a n d ^mash i n t o tbos» I n d i a n s so h n r d they will wmh t h e y ' d never uffn n vorhl's Wr-rk's a n d w h e n w» sol t h e m bftc.'t lo H r o o k l y n ( V v M n n d won't, have a o h n n c o . I ' l l p i l c h «llbei Marqimcd 01 ('It-Imps t o m o r r o w and expect lo «lop I ' l e v e l u n d ' s w i n n l n j f sti-enk." Sfnck. W h e a t , Held captain of thn r)odt',»rs. Htrnrlo bfu K nnd f o r t h anil In poMtlve t e r m s e x p l a i n e d how B r o o k l y n w o u l d t a k e throd Blral«rlit. "We will hit f r o m now on," ho said. "If CovulBflkln pltnheu l o m o i row wn'll drive him o u t of the bo:; d o H p l t n his two vlotorlrd," Sherrod "Xml'h, Iho soitthp w who lost t o i l i o ' s b n l t l e w i t h W a l t e r M n l l w , B c e m c i l n i a i l d e r i. , n a n y one "I s h o t over n fast one to R u m " a n d he I m p p f i n e r l t o eatf-h Ii si'liuirely," tin salrl e x p l a l n l n p ; fi,. h i t t h a t won t h e R f i m o f o r C ' l o v s - i b i n d , "but Jum | f | n ie p i t c h lo i |i,\t f e l l o w i g n l n , " , ' I for second, K'llclnff l o o k S e n - e l , p nrroundftr and drew Crardriftj- out at (he plate, \ V o o d Rolng to thl-d. O ' N e i l l forcid !f-w«ll whi»ri K l l r l n f f tool: hlu trroiindcr' a n d touched gpe- o n d , N o r u n , o n e h i t , n o error. CARPKXTIKll K \ Y R HK'T.Ii WIV: T/KVTXSKY PKKDICTS KAYO. NE\V Y O R K , Oct 1 I . - The cvo of the boxing bout Hot ween Oeorpea ''arpi'iillcr, European hcovywek'ht h u m p l o n . a n d T-tattllnir hcvlnsltj 1 , A i n c r l c j i i liprhi b e a v y n c l K h t titlt 1 - .inliiiT. ,it J e r f i - y f l t y biisejuill park .omou-ow nlKbt. f o u n d b o t h m e n I n Rood p h y s i c a l c o n d i t i o n nivl f o n f l dent of v i c t o r y . The contest w i l l be t 2 - r - o n r i d f l f f a h - a n d u n d e r (be N o w Icrscv b o x l n f t law no decisions lire ' i m l t t e d . "1 i i p j i r c c l u l o I 'nn u n d e r I n s p e e - tlon," Ciu-penilei- declared. "My ivork will be w a t c h o d clo«el- und 3i'lticallv by n J u r y I h a t la e d u c a t e d n this lore of I H t l e i i f f B . I am ·endy. I will win." "T i\m In shape und t h a i t e l l s ' v e r v t h l n s . " T.evliiHky fialrt. " Y o u '/111 ifct n bij? surprise t o m o r r o w ilR-hl If yon t h i n k th Ki'ciichm.Mi I can boat mi". I'm Koinif to k n o c k him over." I ____________ A n o t h e r sl.% r o u n d contest w i l l , ..,, , T - , . , , . ,-.,,1,,, . , ,,,.. brliiK l o B u t h c r Tod Kid howl*, Hiiro- ' OIU h Tore- ( . i l l . i B l i u - of i h e p e n n w o l t u r w e l K h t c h a m p i o n , nnd ! C i r a p h o p h o n i ' f o o t b a l l e l e v e n bus Is- M a r c e l Thomas, h o l d e r of Hut French welterweight t i t l e . a c t i v e t r a i n i n g lini'-licil. i o tired into the- ^collision of lUxur- imis (|ii;irtfrs tuiii^ln lo awiiit t h e greatest r,n-'- of their careers. I'uinorrow t h e champion* w i l l run a mile and i i|iiarlor over the K i n i l w o r U i Jockey i-lub track for the lliorouglibrcd t i t l e of Amcr- u-a and stakes worth $80,000, The race will be r u n rain or shine, ,incl reganik"^ of track conditions. I'rc'.sent indication*! are that Ihc- { j n a t e s t croud t h a t ever witnessed a i t i r f ( v e n t in Canada w i l l c r o u d l l i c Konilwoi'tli nclo.stire. FIFTEEN MILE MARATHON "1 K . ir " Z'_. il " i rim 0 S' 1 .-om- m a n d e r - .1. K I, Rosfl'i Sir Barton tomorrow a n d ('larenco Kummcr, Jockey tor S u n i u e l HMdel's Man-o'\Vur, took their m o u n t s over the l o i i r n e l o d i y In I'.-ny workout!. I m - m e d i a t e l y a f t e r w i i r d the hor»«» iv«re tnlten to ilu'lr i|ii.-mers. Trnlnei-s and assistants t o n l K h l watched the b r e a t h i n g of t h e .~.lia.in;ion UnimaU .ind K i i a i - d e d a n i l n s l interruption to clurgea. Outnid* tlv*s pa- « i o n t i i j n.iroed wire 'entan- ('oinm.iiicler no;-* toniR-ht Joined w i t h his tralnors and Jockey In pr- d i e l l n i f th.-u Sir Hai-ion "will not dls- HTaoo himself In lomoi-row's content " In lh«) Ilklflle ( a m p t h e view IB ex- o p t l n i l B t l c u l l y t h a t Man-o'- table. . . . . . . drbzlcs of r.\ln ( h i o u K h o n t M o n d a y softened the nur- l.ice of the t r a c k b u t not enough so I h a t f a i r weather tomorrow mornlnif w i l l n o t dry it out a n d put it In l l f t h f n l i i B fast c o n d i t i o n . The two horses will so to the harrier as ( h e only e n t r a n t s In the tout-Mi race of tomorrow's Kenilworth pro- Kra,m. Man-o'-War will carry flat t h r e e year old w e l f h t of 120 pounds. Sir Barton will so the distance with 126 pounds up. Joint Heoonl Holders. A s i d e f r o m t h e f.u t t h a t the horsei are e n t e r e d In Ame^-tr-a's greatest t u r f b a t t l e for t h e RToruest stake* and t h n t Sir Hurton represents a, I ' a n a d l . i n o w n e r while .Man-o'-War U l o o k e r ) u p o n .18 t h e United Statet eomcsiniit l i d d e d Interest Is given the clash In the f i c t t h a t the oaulnes are t i e d for the world's record foi- I lie d i n - nice. U o i h h a v e gone n mlln i n d n r j n n r l e i o\-er ( l i e same oourso .it K a i . i t o m i In 2:01 4-5. The I l l d d l c a-vc.n- old has w o n 19 of bis 'JO races [lurry P n y n i t X V l i ' t n e ^ ' n I'])nel \\.-IN live o n l y ho run t h n t ever cr-JH'ecl i b e line nhpiif] nf h i m In (he Stanford Memorial stakes last vein- and since t h a t boating M u i i - o'-\V.ir b i n defciilcd Upset at least f o u r times, Sir H n i t o n has won 1: out of 2? rices bn( h» has been In the m i m e n year longer t h a n M n n o'-\V.-o- nnd luis · s t n b l l s b c d himself .iri t h e b'sl of t h e 4-M:u- olds, M a n - o ' - W n r him n e t t e d his o w n IM lu w i n n l i i i i i i J l i i 0 4 « " i . Sir n.irton h.-is collected $1 I 4 , « 0 7 , h,. i . i i i i ,'!uii to t i n Ie,»in w h i c h hah P f f w e d o p t l m l ,, ! h . I , , M . m e n I n t h e llrM ton M e n " ? r ll( u n b e a t I o ni'lah ' I n l f r m i l t o n t lo (liilah. l-'.ni-ie.M s l n ^ ' i l t l be m a d o to S u p e i ' l n K n r l e n t I'. V i!nhan ill l i o o m in. 1 . K u r t H r i t l n P"rt N'atloivi! I I i n k l n i i l i ' h i ' . - on null In I » n t r v b l a n k « ind I h e e n t r i e s will close ( J ( l o b e v J u t l i . Hold Up MarquanTs Share Of Series Money for Probe C I . K V I C I . A X D . ( ) . , O c t . 1 1 . -- I t i c h n r d ( I l i i h c ) M a r q n n r d , Urooldyn |i1lcber. w i l l not reoMie his flburi' of (he \\orUT.s series R a t e recc pis u n t i l n f t e r the t i c k e t t i c n l p l n g ch.-n K-S m.dle iiK.-dn-l b i i n here have b e e n .irr.-UKned todiu- .-nul his C.-XHC con i n - ncil i i n l l l ( I r - l o b i i 11. "The N i H o n . i l 1 ( M K i i " w i l l t i o b l i l l s M b . t i c - o f 1 h i ' I ' e e e l p l s u n t i l t h e · 't*e Inifi In e n s e t t l e d . " s.ild M r H e . M l b i . "If he Is f o u n d K . i l l l v tho le.n(in I f i ' l f \ \ l l l I . i k e . l e l l n n . " Ankci! w h - i l in t l o n I h e b-imue i i i l M h l t a k e M r . H n y r t l i ' r snifl I I \vi n l d "be p l e n t y s t i f f e n o u g h to m a k e Mr. Mnr|Tiari1 wish he'd never see i i u o r h V s series ticket." GRAPHS PRACTICE TO ned n call for t h i t n t i r c ( i r t i j i h o p h o n o so.nad to report for i r n c t i c e it Yosl field tbls a f t e r n o o n n 2 i ;i.\J»"l\S T) JO TO Cfn 1 ! o'clock. S l K n n l d r i l l and scrimin ige work |ire|.-ir.itcT\ for t h e opei I n s j flrookljn. Olson filed io sewull. .shA0lt_n f i l e d io SpenkiM-. N"il« popped to Sewell. No r u n , no l - n , no error. C'levehinil, S h e o h a i i t h r e w o u r M u l l s nt first. K v a n s f i l n g l e d ' I i - o conlflrfleld. M i l l e r took W a m b y » hopper and t h r e w to Kllrlun' n-id Kvans was out. Speaker wonl 0111 to Koney, unassisted. No r u n , o u e hit, no error. rouimr IVXJNG B r o o k l y n . Wheat popped lo nnrns. Myers singled (o ric'i'.. Koney w a l k e d . K l l d u f f f i l e d t , i Wood. M i l l e r f i l e d out to E v a n s !s'o runs, ono h i t , no en or. C l e v e l a n d . M u r n s filed to Olfion Gardner filed fo W h e a t . Wood filed to N'clR. No t u n . no lilt, no error. rri-TH IXM.VU B r o o k l j n . Srnilli s!r-!.,-;l o u t . t')l- son nent a llv tnSpcaker. Scwcl t h r « w BheolKin out, al tlrst. .So i n n . no lilts, no oirors, I ' l e v e l a n d . Jewell alngleri o \ t ' i K i l c l u f f ' s hoad. Sewell W.IK on miiiillng, M i l l e r i n Ol»o;i. K I M u l f t h r e w oul O'Neill at flrW. Shoclvni Ihrflw oul M u l l s .it flrsl. No r u n ' one hit, no error*. SIXTH IN MM! R r o o k l y n . \l« walked, bin waf picked off flrsl, O'Xolll LO RUI-U-J. 8c-i'«ll t h r e w oul Wheat. Sowu!) tinBW o u t Xyei'R. Xo runs, no h i t s no errors, j Clevelunil. K v a n n popped \ , Ivonetch. Ol«on t h r o w out Wambv. Speaker aliifflrri i o l « f t . 8peul -r scored on Hiirn*' donbli! to let 1 - Qnrtnei (lied out to N'els. Ono run two hlln, no errors. SKVEXTtt IXXI.\(i Brooklyn. M a i l s lbr.»w o u t K o n « y a l , f l t s l . K i l d u f f s t r u c k o u t . O'N. I l l dropped t h e List H t r l k c b u t tiir-e.« h i m o u t in fliit, J l i l l c i - filed out to lOvu.'is. No i n n « , no lilts, no e n - o i t Cllcveliniil. Wood filed i o My rn H n i i t l i t h r e w o u t .^p-rtel! £ h i ' o h n ' i t h i c v v o n l O ' N e i l l , ,\o i n n s , n o h t » , n o e t r o i - K MK4HT1I 1 N X I . M . h i i o o k l y n . Clni-dnci t l n u i v o u t K r n l t l i , Olson d o u b l e d t o l e f t , Sheehttii popped lu a O i d n e r . K I - I R . (ftr batt»d fir Ni»l«. ( i a r d n e r too'; Kt'HAger'n e r o u n d e r - a n d t O ' i c h e . i i)l»on on the bum 1 l i n n , N'o n i n o one l i l t , no errors. C'l/'velaml, O i l f l l l l i w e n t i n t o r i c h ' field for Brooklyn. Mall* struck .onl, Flvnnn singled past Olson IJvutm \vaii pit-Iced off (Irst, S m i t h to Koney. Wamby filed out to W l i e m N'o i'tin.1, one hit, no orrors. NINTH I X X I X t J . \Vhcal out, W a m b v to Burns Myers benl onl n n Inflftlrl h l i Koney forciirl Myer,«, Q u r d i u r iu Wnmby, K l l d u f f lllffl to KV.UIH. J o e K \ a n s , ( h e Indlnr.s' l e f l f l e i d e r , was I h u liattlnjr hero of t!ia rlny. HI* I baitjfeti ( h r e n of nievehmd'.s »(\fln hits In f o u r trips lo the plan', ' ·nonv: r.AMio 'iinuwi\r; rx PAOir-'ii 1 COAST T.KACICR , K i u i i c Sumliv v.111 be the order. ANGKI.l'.S. i ' a l . Oct. M . - - v i · -- . c I n v , s l l s - i t l o n of the chmjres I .,., %V() , X H - V T / ..,O ps" T \ K r : ix OHIO M-;niKs ;\MI-. of c u r n : | i t l o n , I n c l i i d l n i v gamblliiR n - u l game t i n - o w i n g : '·; ,b« 1'ac.llo coaul b n s p h n l l leagui- last nensoii i l l - , l c - ' i \ W . I ' l n k e i - ( H a h e ) H i i r t o n f o c i i K I - first b,i"cmnn o f t h e V e i n o n 'i am w a n p r o f i l e d h e - e t n d a v by IV. C. Dora c h i e f d c p u t v d i s l r l c l · I ' o T n " . \ . ! M o t o i c v e i e Ofllcer .loscpli W h i l . i n of M . i i Ion ,«troo'. .un! P t i ' . r o l i i i a n ( ' h a r l e s ( ' l n n ] ] i o ( t o f l - ' . d r l e w a\'eune .ire ( t i o n i l l t i K I h e \\ o r l d ' s K'-I-U-H n t L l i ' M - l a u d T l i e v b ft i n n t T b n r . ' l u y n m l m.ide t h e t r i p b y a u t o m o b i l e , OX KAHX slX)KMI.VG TIIIP. X K W Y O R K . Oct. ll._Thirteen member-! of ( h i ( i r i n t s club will leavo foi Ij.n.inn l o m o r r o w to play .1 HPi'ii.s uf n l x t e d i exhibition g.-inic's w i t h Cub.in tennis . l o h n J. MoC!r.iw m . i i u i R i r of llu ( i l n n i a , will join · ( h e m l a t e r this m o n t h . Tkiyei.s n u k i n g the trip to be 4n charge of .lohn .1. K\ ers are: Snyiler, S n i l t l i , I N v r l t t , r i j u n . Barnen, Kelly! Doyle. H u n c r o f i , l-'rlsch, Burns, Spencer a n d Y O I I I I K . LAST WEEK Lowest Tailoring OUCTIONS This is the last largo lucky week ol ; by far the greatest Reduction Sale we ever held (o clean up the fall icason. $40 Suitings and Overcoating! are reduced to $25.75; $60 fine fabrics reduced to $39.75 and the remarkably low prices ere bringing little mobs and multitudes of men to b: measured for their winter Suits and Overcoats. The reduced prices end Saturday night. T h i s i:' a b . i n i u i b n i g . i l i i l i m e f i n \ n n l u i c i H i i i i K i - c r u d e . i n d , l u i n s \ - " i e . , i h in,nb h" f u i I In- p i i d e . pep a m i | d i . i i ( i i i j f c i i s i o m i - u i c l o t h i . - - . *.15 and I H ) $OC?75 sr ""' «"«' * fl l Suitings and rftijj V l " OM'i-i.xiatlii_s, TVII.OKS A M » \vooi,I:N j 1134 MAIN STREET dpi-n Mimd , ·- ' .'iii't'. n J.-,,.. iNEWSPAFERr fa

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