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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - October 2, 1921, Paris, Texas Page Paris morning news sunday october 2, 1921. Giants and phils divided the Bill Yankees cinched their Pennant but it took eleven hard innings to do it. Philadelphia oct in Hia and new York split in of the peas it nth Santerno 1.phd a final g n. The Enders winning the first 1&Quot to 9 a my losing the second 3 to first Oak new York a r h a a a f. Hums of. 5 1 2 1 Bancroft. Is. 4 2 1 3 2 Frisch 3b4 1 2 0 Young of. 4 2 4 Kelly la. 4 7 Meusel. If. 5 1 Rawlings 2b 4 Schrieber 2b. 0 0 1 Gonzales c4 1 2 4 Douglas p 4 1 totals 38 15 x25 4 Xone ont when winning run see red. It Adelphia a r h a a a a a Monroe 2b. 6 2 2 ,4 0 Rath. 3b 5 2 3 1 1 0 a Brightstone. If. 5 1 2 to 0 Williams of. 0 2 3 Konetchy la. 4 1 2 14 t Lee. Of. A 5 1 2 1 0 Hill 8 1 3 7 Honline. C. 5 1 3 3 1 Meadows p4 1 2 a 4 1 a King 1 0 1 0 0 a Parkinson. 0 1 totals. 45 the 20 27 t7�? Pertica 1. I 1. North Sherdel 1. Pfeffer a in so Tokoi i t in of n t. The to is cinc1 Little ill Ninati. Of fruity i n winning rhe reds from Che had Lago Youngs up la Kout a by Ripley 1��������~�����11�1��1�1���1 1���������11�������� ���~���1 11�1 11��,��1����1111��11��,�1���1111����,�� batted for Meadows in a Iran for King in 9th new York .30 Philadelphia. 00 two base Hita Gonzales Williams. Home runs. K Hase on balls. Douglas 2, 10 000 141 it 102 222 w right Stone Netchy. Jee Meadows 2 struck out. Second Douglas game Mist it it new York Connelly if Bancroft. Is Heine. 2bkrusich la Kopf 3b Cunningham. Gonzales la. Stengel of Schreiber. Job. It last on Ccausey Gournard p totals. Philadelphia Monroe 2b Happ. 3b Wrightstone. 1 Williams of Konetchy Lee. Of Parkinson s Peters c. Ring i totals new York Phil Ladelphia two base struck out. Balls. Ring a r h la a a h 0 4 6 1 2 1 4 0 1 1 10 0 4 3 hits King 3. I 6, Causey urn 1. Cards battled in kites to a tie in Dukhni sgt Chicago a r h o a a a Flack of. 6 1 2 0 u Moi Locher 3 6 Terry 2b 0 1 5 2 u Deal. 3b. 4 4 0 2 q f Maisel of. 4 b 3 1 1 4 6 2 2 j of Farrell. 12 1 0 1 1 Alexander p a. 1 0 o 1 0 4 Klug Tuan a 11 1 0 1 0 0 0 a a Sullivan. 1 0 1 0 0 totals. 34 3 to 24 18 2 i x hat Teil for Alexander in 6th batted for Martin in 8th Cincinnati a r h a a a p. J Hohne 2b4 4 4 1 1 i Kopf is. 3 0 0 1 6 0 1 a a Roh. 3b4 1 1 2 1 0 Roach. Of. 4 2 2 0 0 Daubert la. 4 3 a a a a reas 1er. I 1 Duncan if. 4 0 3 3 0 0 Hargraves. 4 1 1 0 Marquard p3_ i i totals. T 5 Quot to a hic ago 010 101�?3 Cincinnati 020 102 oox�?5 two Bas hit. Kelle 1er a n base. Ooh. Hase on balls m car 1 2. Struck out. Mar qua id 1. Mart in 1. Trolley dodgers took a a is in ninth Brook i. In. Oct. 1, a Brook Lyn defeat Ltd Boston t a Day in the latter s final game of the seas on. 7 to 2. Boston a r h o a e Nixon of 4 2 1 Christenbury is 3 4 1 lout h wort h Ofa 5 1 a Nicholson. F5 1 1 a e Boeckel. It a 2 2 1 1 0 Molke la. 4 0 a 12 1 0 Ford 2b. 4 2 t 5 0 j o Neill c4 a a 2 2 1 Watson. P4 a 7 0 totals. 38 6 10 x 26 a a two out when winning run eco Broklyn a r h a a a e j Johnston. 31 it. 5 1 3 i 1 so n. 2 b 2 1 7 1 Griffith of. 5 1 1 wheat if. 6 l m yers of. 4 1 a a 1 0 Schmandt. B. 4 1 0 Ward As. 3 31 Janvrin is. 1 1 Taylor c. 4 3 1 Mitchell p i 1 3 1 Xenia. 1 0 0 Leayres. 1 a a totals 7 27 21 61 batted f or Ward in st chatted f it a Mitchell in 9th. Boston. 112 900 101�?6 Brooklyn 0 to 3 004�?7 i two base hits Nixon n. Ford. Three base hits. S Outh Worth. Nic hols on. Stolen base Mitch �11. Doub play. Olson. Ward and set Mandt. Has on balls at son 1, Mitch Ell 2. St Rue k out. Mite hell 3. An assemblage of the most Beautiful silk and Wool dresses by Kobe it a a it All him ung w to rip Kiy. A Youngs As they a uth is the Lead ing i i Khz a if in 7�?~pusi ther. Or of the 1 and it but not i giant 11 May often. Hit worlds term a Fleet Good kind k nationals. His Bat i who happen Seldom is Over .330�?which make Good Immy Diat to the enemy at All let him go on More runs. R this Young Tex round right for i. Besides a st fielders Ull around like George he is one of the in the games a Ball player of the Burns and Frisch but who by. Sox h ted i Iii e to All Corners of a 5 st. Loci8. Oct. 1.�? a desperate Semi Funai season Here today and 4-4. The game was i of the ninth inning on Ness Pittsburgh Maranville. By Carey of. Whit 4d, if bib Rison. Of Tierney 2b Barnhart 3b Grimm la. Schmidt c. Hamilton p Glazner p. Totals st. Louis Mann of. Heathcote of Fournier la Stock 3bhornsby 2b. Schultz of Hailey North p. Mchenry if. I Avail is. It. Louis put on contest of the tied Pittsburgh. The of i Chicago. Oct. 1�?Chicago from behind today after Cleveland r Eil out a four run Lead off russe1 firs tinning and hitting i Ille t a a ners of the Tot won i to a replaced Russell held that und a the h a 3 1 4 la h most helpless. Cleveland Jamieson of. Wambsganss 2b Evans if. Wood of. Smith of. Stephenson 3b indians Al a a we Burns. 1 Johnston Shinault a whle p Mai a a. P liner 1 Sherdel Pfeffer. Mueller. 1 m a a 2 ran Pittsburgh. St. Louis 1 two base hits 1 1 for Clemons in 6th. For Schultz in 8th. 201 020 Lavan. Arey Mchenry. Schultz Stiha j on balls. Pertica 10 000�?4 10 010�?4 Whitted. In base. Schmidt. Pfeffer 4. Struck a Tardino of a a a a teams new York Cleveland st. Louis Washington a Huston Detroit Chicago. Philadelphia new York. Pittsburgh. St. Louis Host on. Brooklyn Chicago. Cincinnati. Philadelphia Tot 81 102 of i ils in a 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 5 3. To it 9th. R ii o a 1 1 1 1 1 i totals Bat ted Chicago Johnson st Strunk if Falk if. Collins 2b Hooper of Sheely la mostly of Mulligan 3 Yaryan. C Russell p Hodge p. Bratchie Yota is. That Tel for Strunk in 8th Cleveland. 401 000 000�?5 Chicago. 020 210 03x�?8 two base hits. Stephenson. Yaryan 2, a a trunk. Sheely Collins mostly. Double a lays Johnson Collins and shely Colins. Johnson and Sheely 2 Stephenson. Wambsganss and Johnston. Hase on balls. Russell 2. La he 1. Struck out rus--,.<11 1. I Hie 2. Mails 2. 1 11 y Keks won both night made it Strong new York. Oct. 1.new York won its american league championship today Lef Cating the Philadelphia athletics in a double header 6 to. And 7 to 6. The a second game went 11 innings. It was Only necessary for hew York to win one game to capture the Pennant. Tin second game was a burlesque. In who h Huggins used ail of his extra players. Ruth was shifted fran left Field to first base to Pitcher. Philadelphia tied j a lie score by getting 6 runs off Ruth in he eighth inning but new York won ill the eleventh Quot to Rogers double and j Mitchells single. Ruith made Only one Jingle in the double header. Frank Graham it Ltd the new York evening Sun today was elected official world s series scorer for the giants and Weed Dickinson. Of the new York member of the a a a Merve system of Banks men of character and ability experienced in the banking business and who stick strictly to sound banking methods conduct our Bank. We hold the business of those who Start with us by fair treatment and prompt service. Being a member of the a Federal Reserve system a of Banks is added Protection and greater benefits for our customers. Morning Telegraph official Yankes first game Philadelphia. 000 301 new York. 001 012 Sullivan and Perkins 8c hang. Second game Philadelphia a r Witt of. 4 1 Dykes. 2b 5 1 c Walker if. 6 1 Perkins c5 1 j Walker c1 o Welsh. Of. 6 1 Galloway 3b 5 1 Call i Way is 5 0 Brazil la. 3 0 rot Mel p 5 0 scorer t 01 x�?5 Mays ii it it 1 2 2 4 1 9 0 2 i 1 i 1 1 2 1 0 or to 10 an a 1 0 1 0 1 d e 1 totals 45 a 1 2 32 -4 t two out when winning run a a or de. New York a r a 0 a Miller of. 2 Rogers of. 1 1 1 0 0 or i hell is 6 u 2 i Ruth if. 4 1 1 a a 2 0 Roth of. 4 0 1 0 0 Pipp. La. 1 0 0 3 Hawks. If. 4 0 1 2 0 0 Ward 2b. 0 0 0 0 1 1 Keister. 2b4 0 2 2 4 Mcnally 3b1 0 0 0 0 0 Baker. 3b 4 0 0 0 0 Deermer c4 0 1 6 0 0 Hoyt p1 a 1 1 Al Quinn a a 0 1 0 1 Hoffman la 1 0 _ _ 0 a a 0 0 totals. A 33 �2 t Philadelphia 000 Doc 060 00�? -6 new York. 002 31c 000 01 a -7 two base hits a Ial Lowave h Otura. Tewster 2, Mitchell. Thre. Base hit 1 Walker stolen bases. Ruth c. Vaike r. Home runs Welch. Miller. Double play Dykes Anas aisted. Base on balls. a Mel 3, Ruth 3. Washington la Kolt 1re88ed toward third i Lac e Boston. Oct. 1,�? Washington de Perate fight for Bird Pia be was aide d today by its two victories Over a Osto a a 7 to 2 and 6 to 1 in the a losing of the big league season. First game Washington a r ii a a a e judge la. 6 0 2 15 0 Harris. 2b5 0 1 4 7 0 Milan if. 4 0 0 3 0 0 Rice of. 4 1 1 2 0 1 Goslyn of. 4 0 1 1 0 0 Shanks 3b2 1 1 0 1 0 Harrity c2 2 0 0 0 0 o Rourke is 4 2 2 2 6 2 Zai Hary p3 0 1 0 3 totals. 33 7 3 17 to most on a r a a a e Lei bold of. 4 0 2 3 0 0 Foster la. 4 1 2 0 3 0 Pratt 2b 4 0 1 3 3 1 Mclnnis la. 3 0 0 10 1 0 Collins r of. 4 0 1 2 0 0 hush if. 4 1 2 1 0 0 Scott 8�4 0 0 1 2 0 Walters c4 0 1 5 0 0 Pennock p3 0 0 _2 6 0 totals. 3 4 _ 9 2�z �o5 1 Washington. 1 1 in of 201 010 -7 Ostofi a. 000 110 000�? -2 two base hits Shanks l a i bold of Rorke. Three base hit Zachary. Sto a Ltd bases Rice. O re it urk base on balls Pennock 3. Struck out it Knock 1 second game Washington a a a r a a a e judge la. 6 1 1 5 0 0 Harris 2 a. 3 1 1 1 0 0 Mina. If. 5 1 2 6 0 0 Rice of. 5 1 3 4 0 0 Grudin of. 5 1 3 2 0 0 Shanks 3b5 0 3 2 0 0 Harrity c4 0 1 6 1 n o Rourke is a. 4 0 1 1 3 0 Erickson p3 1 1 0 2 0 totals. 39 6 it 27 6 a to Boston a r a it a e Leybold. Of. 3 0 1 3 0 1 Pottenger a a. 4 0 0 1 a 0 Pratt 2b4 0 0 0 3 0 Mclnnis. La. 3 1 1 10 2 0 Vitt. La. 1 0 0 2 0 1 Collins of. 4 0 2 3 ii 0 Bush if. 3 1 1 0 Kent to As. 4 0 0 1 3 0 Walters c3 0 0 6 1 0 Karr p1 0 1 0 1 Thormahlen p 2 0 1 0 r 0 totals. T2 1 7 27 17 Washington. 201 200 100 -6 Boston. I000 100 000�? -1 two base hits. Shanks. Harris Oha r Rity. Karr. Collins the base hit. Yohlin. Double play. A Harrell it and Shanks m inns and Ettenger Thormahlen Scott and Vitt. Base on balls i iric Khon 1. Karr 3. Struck nut Eric ubi it a 5 Karr a Browns j1 Pei on the tigers while Cobb w As away r de Detroit Toi aftic tying Ager Cobb cause of i 1. St. Louis Defeated 1 to 6 in eleven innings Core in the ninth. Manila been suspended be a agreement with Umpire Buell won with a i tremendous kick i Evans in w Ai Drington a week go was out of the tint up. 8t. Louis a r h a a e Tobin of. 6 1 1 2 0 _0 Euzerbe. 3b. 7 1 3 4 3 1 Sulser la. 7 1 1 15 1 0 Jacobson of 6 2 i 1 0 0 Kevery old c6 2 2 s 0 Gerber is. 6 1 3 2 s 1 Wetzel if. 4 2 r 2 a 0 Mcmanus. 2b5 1 a 1 7 0 Bayne p 1 1 1 n 2 0 Vanguider p. 4 n 1 1 2 0 Collins. 0 0 0 0 0 zi.ee0 0 0 0 0 0 totals 77352 to Ftp it a a 2 batted for Bayne in 4th. Iran for Cut loins in 4th Detroit a k a o a e Barnes. 2b. 4 1 1 2 t 2 Jones. 3b4 1 0 s 1 9 Veach. If. A. 6�? a. 1 5 a 0 human of. A 0 0 3 0 0 Blue la. 4 1 0 11 0 0 shorten of 5 1 2 4 0 0 Merritt is 5 1 2 3 5 0 Woodall c 4 1 2 4 0 0 Oldham p. A a 5 0 1 0 2 0 totals. ��42 6 9 a a 16&Quot 2 st. Louis. 200 100 00 06 a 11 Detroit. 401 000 01 9 00 a 6 two base hits. Veach m Manus three base hits. Merritt to Dali. Of Dhani Al dropped it 39 Yards Over holy 8 Cross goal and that was a the Only score. Quot Cambridge mass., oct. 1.thirty thousand persons today saw Charlie Buell. Harvard s quarterback lift a 39yard drop kick Over the Hoy Cross goal poet for the Only Points that were so ret in a hard fought game. It a Sim 1 liar kick by Buell that turned Back the \vorche8ter collegians last Beason by the same score 3 to 0. Zerbe. Stolen base. Harnes. Double play Mcmanus. Gerber and Sisler. Base on bails Vangilder 3. Bayne 3. Oldham 6 struck out Hayne 1, Vanguider i. Oldham 4. Chi. I. Won from n. We. 1. Chicago. Oct. 1.Chicago University opened the Western conference football season with an Esay Victory Over Northwestern University today at Stagg Field before a crowd of approximately 2 000 persons. Coach Alonzo Stagg loosed the draw string on his bag of football tricks but Little bringing Forth Only a series of Short end runs Ami off tackle plays which combined with Short Forward passes proved ample to overcome Chicago a traditional rival Pyott. A comparative newcomer in Maroon foot Ball circles was the individual Star of the Day. F clips and mix to stage a it Ity series chd at. Oct. 1 a Chicago Quot White sox and 1 a us w ill play a City series next week to determine the Chicago championship judge a a. M. Landis baseball commissioner. Announced today. The first game will be played october 5 nine games Are scheduled. Rural carriers Are solicitous Swarz nine gave Princeton a Hattie Princeton n. A. Oct. 1 a Swarz More gave Princeton a tie Meriable fight today when the two teams clashed in the Tiger inaugural game the Black and Orange a varsity finally winning 21 to 7. In the fourth period Oei Geh received a punt and ran 85 Yards through the whole Princeton team for the Maron s touchdown just a few minutes before final whistle. It Only the desire friends All Over county to remember that they need news coupons. Owls Defeated s. I. I. G. Houston oct. 1.the Rice owls Defeated the s. I. I. Grid dvrs Here saturday afternoon by the overwhelming score of 54 to 0. The owls started an endless run of touchdown in the first Quarter and made the game quite on sided. Schwartz. Rice half Back starred in the Backfield. Scoring four touchdowns and kicking five goals. He also showed much class in open Field running. Eddie Dyer started at right half and his playing proved that he was up form. His Lii the Rural carriers Are getting coupons for that Fordson tractor in considerable numbers but they realize that Minter is stirring the Prairies and ranging the Woods looking for those coupons and it is up to the friends of the Rural carriers to really and expeditiously Quot get the Rural carriers propose to move the Fordson about from precinct to precinct giving the commissioner it tool with which to work and to smooth out the rough places in the roads of which there arc several on the route of every Errier in Lamar county. The Rural carriers Are not permitted to solicit subscriptions to any periodical. So they must depend upon their friends thinking of them when they pay their subscription to the news. Longhorns won 1 Irso Austin. Texas get. 1.texas Long horns Defeated Stewart a a oiled by a score of 33 to 3 in the opening game of the season Here today on t Lark Field. Whittaker used 33 longhorns during the contest. Representing the newest models and colors from the Best dress makers in America the prices Are very moderate Many of these handsome dresses were received saturday and Are being shown for the first time monday morning. See our big window showing really Beautiful garments Are offered Here at prices that will at once Appeal to your taste As Well As your purse. Monday will be dress Day at Perkins nifty silk and Wool dresses and this special lot silk and Wool dresses s17.50 and s19.75 s24.75 one of the features of this showing of pretty dresses Are these very Low priced garments made of Poiret twill tric Tyne and French Serge in the seasons newest and most favored models and colors some Selt trimmed others beaded and embroidered. The Price Here is where he most of the buyers will Stop and Well they May for values Here Are remarkable. Materials Are tric Tyne Poiret twill satins crepe de Chipe and Canton crepe beautifully embroidered and beaded dresses that look the equal of Many dresses sold ten to fifteen dollars higher $17.50 and $19.75 $24.75 k Beautiful dresses perfectly designed $27.75 $34.75 $44.75 up to $69.50 some of the prettiest dresses we have shown for a Long while Are in these lots. Handsome dresses of Canton crepe crepe Satin tric Tyne Poiret wills and Rosha Nara crepe vie with each other in Beauty and elegance. In this showing you will surely find a dress to please you $27.75 $34.75 $44.75 up to $69.50 the new blouses the new hats Best makers in the East have contributed to this showing of blouses beaded and Georgette handsomely Canton crepes embroidered crepe de Chine in All the newest suit shades including Navy Browns Yellowstone. Prices very moderate $5.95, $6.95 up to $19.50 hundreds of them await your choosing from the nifty Sailor to the Beautiful pattern Model All represented Here. Hats of Pann velvet of Lyons velvet of Beaver of combination fabrics trimmed in feathers and ornaments Small medium or Large shapes in Black Brown Navy and All the favored colors $6.95, $7.95, $9.85 to $18.50 Mccall patterns All the new ones. Lace silk Hose Black and colors $3.95 m Otho or game a at Abilene Texas Chr Altlan la no Verity Simmons a a Omega 10. At col Umbra. a. A nil 0 University of Missouri a a a a a a a a a ii Nii i Niusini i Bidini to 34. Georgetown v., Leban a ust in u 17, Dallah Jer Len Ohio Oberlin 16, Witt Berg 0. At Washington on Valley 0. At Sherman Baylor College 13. At Waxahachie Trinity jul at Amarillo Amarillo Grays 10, okla homa City indians 7. At notre ramen Depauw i Dame 57. 1 at new Haven University 0. Final figures will be needed pions .358, a i 1, notre Yale 14. Vermont woman and child knocked from buggy at noon yesterday while a lady with a baby was driving South on eighteenth Street in a Bukky the vehicle was struck by an Automo-i>11going East on Bonham driven i by a Young Man. The woman and i chill were knocked out but were the tractors in operation in Roxton country to determine who is the leading Batter in the american league. In his w. H. Rhodes a Well known Farmer of the Roxton Community who was in the City yesterday after some repairs for a tractor stated that he was engaged breaking tile stubble land on fat a. And that after he gets through with it he will begin on Corn stalk land. He said that be Hunter Worth Maness and two or three other Farmers have tractors running. We clean pm clean not Hurt Learned. Names were not Foo Liall at Lnu i it Ort. The Cooper football team passed ask your neighbor who does through Paris yesterday on the will consider prices for Street signs we invite your banking business. First state Bank the Best cleaning pressing and dyeing in your City. We do work for her. All work guaranteed to please. Southern cleaning amp Dye was. Too Lamar phone 198 Way was the the Home from Deport where it Defeated in a game Friday. Deport boys brought them to City in automobiles after the a or Crook stated afternoon that he had prices on Corner posts signs and that the game was Over for moving storing crating Call 479 Ellis county couple. To. 1. Sims and miss Estella Jones a Young couple from Ellis county were married by Justice of the peace Hall in his office yesterday afternoon. Yesterday received for Street matter would come up for discussion at the meeting of the City Council Tomor i Low night. There will be an agent tat the meeting to submit the Prie is. T the District court the sixth District court Convene tomorrow with judge it h. Denton presiding. Will Ben Assoc at err a a a Chicago oct. 1.the chum Pion Batter of the american league May not be known until the last game of the season has been played this season. The race has set tied Down to a nip and tuck Battle Between a a a Cobb Pilot of the de troit tigers and his hard hitting outfielder Harry Heilmann. Babe Huth is the dark horse for Premier tenors. The Detroit sluggers tied a week ago Are separated by one Point according to the averages released today and which include games of wednesday. Heilmann is hitting .391 while his Boss has a Mark of .390, the former having participated in More games than the Georgia peach j Kuth is trailing the pair with an average of .380, a gain Over his Mark of a week ago of two Points. Heilmann dropped three Points j while Cobb lost four. George Sisler the st. Louis Star i suffered a slight falling off in his a stick work but retains fourth j place with .373, while Tris speak or manager of the worlds Chain j is holding fifth place loss of eight Points. Tut he a it econ. Ruth cracked out two Home runs i since the last compilation of a j rages and now has a seasons rec j i Ord of 58. The big Yankee slug i Ger is far in the Lead As a run get ter having counted 176 times while his 201 hits have Given him a total of 449 bases. Besides his circuit drives. Babe has slammed out 4 4 doubles Arul 15 triples. Sisler kept Pace with s. Harris t of Washington for the stolen base honors. Each added one to his string but the st. Louis player is showing the Way with 28 thefts. I one in front of his rival. Other leading batters for 100 or More games Tobin st. Louis .352 Jacobson st. Louis .348 Williams st. Louis 345 e. Collins Chicago .339 Vach Detroit .336 Strunk Chicago .330. In the National. Rogers Hornsby of st. Louis is making a Strong be the first i hitter to fish the National sea j son with an average above the .400 j Mark since the Days of Delehanty who while with Philadelphia in 1899 topped the batters with an average of .408. If the st. Louis Star who is hit-1 Ting .406, according to the averages released today and which in elude wednesdays games maintains his Pace he will enter the National league Hall of Fame with such men As Barnes Chicago who hit .403 in 1 876 Cap Anson Chicago who finished in 1879 with .407 Stenzel Pittsburgh who a a with i erased .409 in 1893 Duffy bos-1 ton with .438 in 1894 Burkett of Cleveland who held the leadership in 1895 and 1896, with averages of .43 3 an i 419, respectively and Killie Keeler who As a member of the Baltimore club in 1897 had a Mark of .417. Hornsby is leading the run getters with 128 runs and his 232 hits have Given a total of 3 69 bases. His hits include 41 doubles 18 triples and 20 homers the latter Mark being three behind George Kelly of the new York giants who is leading the Home run hitters with 23 circuit blows. Frank Frisch of the giants retained his Lead As the base stealer despite the fact that he failed to add to his total of 47 of a week ago. De Roush of Cincinnati Lias made a great spurt in his hitting and has moved up to second place where he is trailing Hornsby with an average of .351, while Mchenry of st. Louis and cruise of Boston have tied for third place with 349. Other leading batters for 100 or More games Fournier st. Louis a 3 4 a Meusel new York .343 Frisch new York .339 j. Smith st. Louis .333 Bighem Pittsburgh 1 .325 Johnston Brooklyn .324. Old weather is coming. We have a Large number of slightly used heating stoves both Coal and Wood All in Good condition. We have them in All sizes and at All prices aked will put them up for you if you wish it. Baker furniture co. 15 North May let. I

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