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OKKUUMIAI. TUJESPAY. SEFTE3IBEB 30, 1913
MANAGES OF NEW YORK GIANTS CANNOT SEE OTHER THAN
AS TW1RLER TOLD
VICTORY IVtb ma xxiaju.
The Wiley B. Allen Co.'s
Store the Best Place
to Buy a Piano
Mack's Chief Has System of
Divining Weakness of
RECORD STANDS 10 YEARS
To Date Xoted Pitcher Credited With
21 Victories and Xine Defeats
Though He Has Appeared In 47
Games Figures Given Out.
. . . a- . naW-.ta of the
f K&TSt SnV of th."Phn.Pa and
w Tone 1 " " ' "
Xo, 5 rhlladelpbla lMtckern.
The Philadelphia pitcher for the first
game with the Gianta already has
rhnwn. In contests of this kind
the managers lead their trump cards
and that makes the selection twj i.
rv,r,r,i, Mm-k. There may be better
pitchers in the game at the present
time than Bender but we can noi re
tail anv. There may have been bet
ter ones in the past but they have been
f aw and far apart.
Vnr 10 vears the famous redskin has
been on the Mack roll, and most of
that time he has been the one best bet.
Never in his career nas ne omn mi
ter than this season and all of them
Hdvc u- r - -
Bender has appeared this year, at
the time or tnis wriuns, in
. i .ndluil with 21 vlcto-
ries and nine defeats unofficially. His
record for the year against i
ha tor who have aDDroxl
. -i ko nm. n vpra cr as the New
lll.ll.lj m.uw VJ . j
York Giants is (riven below but does
not show, altogemer, nio iuuo
team. That can not be done in figures.
-r n torrlfln arteed. a sharp
curve and good control, the chief has
a faculty of divining ine weunucoo
a batter and solving signals oi ma u
ponents that is uncanny.
Render's Record Shown.
Bender's record against New York In
1911 is as follows:
a. ia r. h. per.
Bonder 3 "J"
Plank 34 2 glis
Bender vs. Picked Team.
T Untfnn .......
iin.fi.. Rnttnn .....v.... 1
Cree. New York ........... 15
Pratt. St. Louis J
Weaver. Chicago .......... 1
Easterly. Chicago ..........
Graney. C'eveland 25
Milan. Washington ........ 1
Candll. Washington 18
Pecklnpaugh. New York.... 7
Veach. D-trolt a
Stovall, St. Loula
Btanage. Detroit ..........
Leonurd. Boaton . ..
Totals - "I 28 .199
S hawkey vs.
AB. H. Pct.
rr-m -w V
2 .2? 0
1 1 .500
Pcknpgh. N. Y...
fttovall. St. I
Veach, Petrolt ...
Gandll. Wash. ...
Henry. Wash, ....
T RAatOB ...
Pratt, St. I-
Total, t.8 21 .23
43 18 .802
.B. H. Pct.
15 3 .200
9 3 .333
10 R .60O
0 2 .S33
11 'i 'Mi
6 8 .5)0
7 3 .429
Hooper. Boston ... 8
Pratt. St. 1- 1
Weaver. Chicago. .18
Easterly, Chicago.. 1
;rane. Cleve...... 4
Milan. Wash 17
iandtl, Wa?h 16
Henry. Wash. 4
Pecknpgh. N. Y-... 7
Veach. Detroit 18
Stovall, Bt. 1. 7
Stanase., Detroit. . 1
ree. N. Y
Leonard ........ .
Totals 130 SI .238 S 83 .337
Tt has been stated with increas
ing emphasis recently that Old Man
Flank was all In; that he has
reached that stage of decrepitude
where he totters arouna xeeDiy,
and as soon as the games with New
York are over he will be laid away
1o sleep peacefully at Gettysburg with
the rest of the old soldiers. We doubt
this. We suspect that In some cases
the wish Is father to the thought. Cer
tain It is though, that the veteran can
not work with the frequency that he
once did. Nor can he cut loose with
the reckless disregard of the expen
diture of energy that once character-
( n 1,1. nA.fnrmnnnpiL
Edward has made his appearance on
the mound tnis season on uiw
sions. Let us say It softly, his op
nnnenrsi hara been unable to gather
.n i-nn. at nil in eight games. That
would be a good record for some twirl
ers who are quite healthy and strong.
ti ha, Vi a H tn bn relieved often
during the last two months but now
that the pennant is cmcnea ne win oe
prepared for one attempt, at least,
against the Giants. It is not improb
able that his long and successful ca
reer will close with this season, though
he may insist on one more year of
The third string of Connie Mack's
bow of hurling talent is Shawkey. Man
ager Mack's choice of pitchers after
the three namea aoovo wm cuuie i.um
Brown. Bush and Houck. Houck has
tiiff' mm anv nltrher needs.
... hi- fnahllitV tn 1 lfa t A t 1 A Til 3 f A
makes it certain that he will not op
pose the Giants only in the event that
the manager considers me game nope-1...U-
inst Rush is the youngster of
the Athletic staff. His inexperience
will prevent him from taking an im
portant point in the big games.
Tk. kiam ihnw thn records for the
season in the American League and
also what each member of the Ath
letic staff has accomplished against a
16-man team or piayers ui apirui
mately the same batting strength as
the .New xork oianca.
CIIICAGO ELIG1BX.ES GIVEN' OUT
National Commission Aniwrrutces
Who May Play In City Series.
CINCINNATI. Sept. 29. The National
baseball commission, supplemental to
' the anouncement of the dates, umpires
and details of the series of baseball
games between the Chicago Nationals
mnA rhiiMirn American League clubs
gave out the official list of players
-HariblA to contest In the series. It
Chicago National League Club
Archer, Bresnahan, Brldwell. Cheney,
i vrr-fH. Vvam c.nnri Humphries.
lavender. Leach. Miller, Moore, Need-
ham. Phelan, Pierce, Saler, scnune,
Smith. Stack. Stewart, Vaugnn, at
nrt William and Zimmerman.
Chicago American League Club
Benze. Bodle. Breton, calianan, nane.
Chappelle, Olcotte, Collins, Easterly,
Faurnler, Gleason, K.uha, Lathrop,
BY JOH.V J. M'CRAW.
r... i. olivine- anaDOV aggres sive ball at present and it Is my opin-
ilBt . neve6 -thr team's songhat
"'i Valea XS 1 SSL that ,t wiU be
get all there Is out of the men. v i we hlle
aatt-rids Kay:l"rhU bV-ftnl'SS" ba'tUe. Mard won two of the
COnKo8tI !"2nrt" e8venUla gue'ss I present who will twirl the first gamei
tZ J& Bender d Plank ar6.le vtera18 a"d
thefe two have been the main standby, of a hard campaign. Coombs wiU
wese two .nave uoou fight from start to finish and the
Giant."win ivehe Ithirticshfargument of their lives for the honors.
Lord. Russell, Schalk, Scott. Smith,
Sullivan. Walsh. Weaver and White.
The commission also handed down a
AB. K. PCT.
J5 7 -47
Record for season.
Q. AB. H. PCT.
499 , 161
6618 1532 .27 145 44
finding In which It approved a decision
of the National board In which the
latter annulled the release of Player
Rlchter to the Montreal club of the
International League, by the Louis
ville American Association Club. The
National board based its ruling on the
incapacity of the player when he re
ported to Montreal.
Washington 1, Philadelphia 0.
WiBHlVRTOS. Kerjt. 29. Walter
Johnson added the 36th victory to his
season's string here toaay Dy aeisauug
the champion Athletics, 1 to 0. The
big pitcher simply toyed with the Phila
delphia youngsters, never exerting him
self until men were on tne Dases.
Today was "McBride" day, having
been set aside in honor of George Mc
Bride, Washinton's captain and short
stop. He was presented wnn a nanu
some diamond watch fob and a huge
-. einwA htr thA "fans" Of
D&DSCV XJL ,
Washington. Vioe-Presldent Marshall
made the presentation speeeu. on.
Philadelphia, I asninBion
n u n 1 F
B H OAE
Daley.m.. 4 2 2 0 0MoeUr,r. .
4 0 10
8 0 0
3 0 1
8 1 15
8 0 8
o n n
Walsh.l... 4 1 u ljjaimn.m...
r7.. . ft a ss O 1 1 ; Wftt.T.A
Carrut s.2 4 0 8 1 lGandll.l . .
Brlckiey.r a 1 v;iorSa,..
Peffer.s.. 8 0 1 4 lVVIlllams,o
. , . IK 1 1 ' A 11 . t H 1
McAvoy.o. 8 0 11 0 McBrlde.a.
8 0 1 2 0
wyc4con,p a v u o v jwuiwvu,i-
btrunjt-. . i v w vw
Total. 82 6 24 14 5 Totals. 26 8 27 IS 0
..... . Ii.l.bl.v I. .Iirhth
Phlladelpma 0 0 0 0 0 0 ? 0-0
. .. mi v. vi- "H-1rV i v
Smcrlfice hit McBride. Stolen ba gandll.
Double pL&yS acunuo iu "
dil Left on bas8 Philadelphia 7, Wash-
incton a. tin oy r"I"
Vlr.t nn hallS Off WVCkOff 1, Off
Johnson 1. First on errors Washington 8
1-trucK out ay wjvivuii , "I "
Passed ball Williams. Time 1:25. Lmplrea
linion am i. ...... -
Xew York 3-5, Boston 1-1.
NttW YORK. Sept. 29. New York
defeated Boston in both games of a
double-header today, taking tne iirsi
tn and th second 6 to 1. in tne
first Keating held the visitors safe all
the way, wnue new mr ouucucu
off Bedlent in the third ana sixin in
- t v. .dmiiH Anderson's wild
ness played a big part in the defeat of
bis team. Tne second who t"u ...
the eighth because of darkness. Scores:
U h U A rj
5 2 8 UO Malsel.S..
Ill 0 0 Hartzell.r.
1 0 0
0 0i Wilhams,l
2 u'Zelder.2. .
3 0 1
To'tala . 24 12oJ Totals .80 9 27 112
Batted tor Janvrin In ninth.
Ratt. fnp Dedlent in ninth.
r . nooooool 01
New T-k"::::::::.... !ho-j
Runs Engle. Malsel, Williams, Keating.
Two-base hits Cree. Williams. Three-base
hit Whlteman. Stolen basea Hartxell,
Malsel 2. Janvrin. Cady. First on errors
Boston 1. First on balls Off Keating J..
R.J i.nt t nn bases New York o.
i cf-,w.i nut Rv Keatlna; 6. by
Redlent . Wild rjltch Keating. Time
1:45. Umpires Evans and Egan.
Second game .
l Vaw York
B H O AEi BH OAE
Lewls.1. . .
o OiVfalsel.3. .
2 2 0
6 2 l.Hartxell.r.
1 0 0 Cree.l
0 1 lwilllams.l
8 1 0 Zelder.2. ..
1 4 OiWbltm'n,m
8 4 l Boone.s. ..
6 8 OlSweeney.e.
2 1 llFUher.p..
0 0 01
S 8 0
0 2 0
Totals.. 2T 2118 4 Totals... 2T 7 24121
Batted for Anderson in eighth.
Boaton 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
New York 0 101008 6
Runs Thomas, Williams, Whlteman, Mal
sel. Roone. Fisher, uama called end eigntn,
darkness. Two-baae hit Cree. Bome run
Thomas. Stolen bases Malsel. Sweeney.
nmihie nlav Sweeney to Boone. Sacrifice
hits Hooper, HartielL First on balls Off
A .ran. ft T ,-f t OD Oases 6W TOTK 8,
Boston 3. First on errors New Tork 8,
nn,nn i struck out By Fisher 4. Aader.
son 5. Time 15. Umpires Egaa and
BIRD SEASON NEAR
Pheasants Expected to Be
Easy Prey After Immunity.
LIMIT ON BAG IS FIVE IN DAY
Large Nnmbef of licenses, Issued to
Resident and Non - Resident
Ilonters Who Will Take to
Sport Field Tomorrow.
Made tame by four years of Immunity
from hunters. It is expected that cni
nese pheasants will be easy prey for
tri first few davs of the open season.
which begins tomorrow. Hunting for
these birds will be permitted in all
counties west of the Cascade Moun
tains except Jackson, Josephine, coos
and Curry. The season for grouse and
The large number of licenses that
have been issued in all counties of the
state, together with tne pient.ir.uae oi
n-Ama Ki.Ha fnr A7hini the nn st Sum
mer has been favorable, indicates that
this will be a record year, Dotn ror ine
number of hunters and the number of
birds killed. Many licenses have been
issued to persons living outside or ore
wVin a pa T,nrtlrulA.rlv attracted
P. 1 1 , wv 1' " .
by the opportunity to hunt Chinese
T.. r warren 0-aTTIA lllV. AS adODted
by the last Legislature, will prevent
k.in ty onvtViinp- that resembles a
carnival of slaughter, and, In the opin
ion or state uame wiraen r imcj,
in v.A ni.ntv nf Kir,la lp.ft a.t the close
of the season to insure a large prgjiasa
It is unlawful to shoot more man nve
pheasants or grouse, or both, a day,
and no more than 10 pheasants or
grouse may oe snoi in any reicu.fuu
t i 1 1 1 .t 1 1 1 ctfinr.fr mww fpmn m (Thl-
nese pheasant, and hunters are for
bidden to pluck or dress the birds in
the field so that their sex may not be
No hunter may have in his possession
more man nve grouse or iiiiBa.siii. m
any day. This means that he must ship
or consume his first day's shoot the
day they are shot.
Ten quail may be shot in any one
day. but no more than 10 in seven con-
It Is illegal to shoot game birds from
or on any puDllc road or nignway or
any railroad right-of-way. This fea
ture of the law is designed to prevent
hunters from shooting from rigs or
automobiles, and to compel them to
take to the Held to do weir nuniing.
FRBSIIMEX PIAY SATURDAY
University and O. A. C. Teams to
Meet on Corvallls Grounds.
OHEfiQN AGRICULTURAL, COLLEGE,
Corvallls, Sept. 29. (Special.) Inter
est among the students at the Oregon
Agricultural College is now centering
In the football game to be played next
Wednesday afternoon between the
freshmen of this college and those of
the University of Oregon. It naa Deen
learned that the university will send
over a special train loaded with rooters
to support their youngsters, and with
interest on the local campus as great
as it is a record crowd is expected.
The Beaver freBhmen are being
coached by Jim Evendon. for four years
a member of the O. A. C varsity. Al
though Evendon is pleased with the
material which has appeared, he is
nevertheless skeptical of the chances
of success In the coming scrap because
of the fact that he has thus far been
unable to get hia team together for
The game will be played on the Cor'
vallia baseball grounds.
Once Strongest Man Dies.
HARTFORD. Conn.. Sept 29. Alfred
Anderson, of this city, well known as
a wrestler and sport promoter, was
drowned today while on a fishing trip.
He was a native of Sweden, and made
his appearance there as a wrestler at
the age of 16 years. He came to this
country about 25 years ajo with the
reputation of being the greatest wrest
ler Sweden had produced, and the
strongest man in tne woimo.
Burin- a piano is either easy or difficult, according to the way you set about
it ' Don't court disappointment by selecting an instrument m ahaphazard
way. Remember, there is a standard of value in pianos, as in everything else.
Here at The Wiley B. Allen Co.'s store you have the opportunity of learn
ing definitely just how good any piano should be for its price. We don't say,
Come here and buy your piano "-but we do say, "Don't buy before commg
Perfectly logical! .For here is a great store with all but one floor devoted
axclusively to the selling of pianos and player pianos in a range of prices
that excludes neither the pinched purse nor the one that can buy the most
expensive of all. Here there is not merely one kind of piano, but many, so
that every taste in tonal quality, construction and style can be pleased, ISor
is this simply a salesroom. On the contrary, we know every piano we seU--and
guarantee it so that each is backed by the reputation of the AY est s
greatest music nouse.
All this holds good whether your purchase
the splendid little upright which we seU on easy
Come! We don't want you to buy so much
'me good music.
RECORD HEGLECT TOPIC
COMMITTEE TO KEEP AMATEtR
MARKS IS tTRGED.
Dunne and Prank Make Recommen-
ttation at Pacific Northwest As
sociation Seattle Meeting.
The appointment of a record com
mittee which will see to It that the
marks of the Pacific Northwest Ama
teur Association are kept from year to
year is one of the things which was
urged bv T. Morris Dunne and Edgar
Frank. Multnomah Club's representa
tives to the meeting of the association
in Seattle. Sunday. They returned yes
terday. . ,
For years tt has always been a mat
ter of much discussion just what the
Northwest records in all events really
m. . ..th.ntli. lint even to.
are. j.neiw 10 11 w ,
day although the committee is not -a
new feature. . .
tnr th vear enld with
..n., snnHav were the i.Vst ever
to be reported to a meeting and which
will go down as official rcords of the
The Portland Newsboys Club, Port
iana s . t. -
n harnma r member of tne
conclave tut Its application failed to
reach Secretary-Treasurer Dunne until
y6Theatilwill not make it Impossible for
the newsboys to become members this
vear but a mail vote will be necessary
to bring them In. This, although prac
tically certain, will take some little
Morris Dunne, was elected secretary-treasurer
to succeed himself. Colo,
nel William Inglis. of Seattle, was
elected president in place of Edgar
Frank, of Portland
ITOOSIER. PliAYER IS HONORED
When Johnny Corriden, Cud, Comes
Home, Ixjgansport Turns Out.
LOGANSPORT. Ind Sept. 29. Busi
ness was suspended here today, the
public schools were closed and the citi
zens turned out to give Johnny Corri
lln. infielder of the Chicago team of
the National League, a royal welcome
when he came here with the club to
Dlay a local team. '...
When Corriden came to bat Mayor
Fickle walked to the home plate and
presented the player with a diamond
ring; a gift of the citizens. Corriden
then singled to deep center. Score:
R. H. E. .fr E-
. ft a SIHhlcaeo... 4 11 2
Batteries Long and Moran; Moore
GVILLArX XOT TITLE HOLDER
Brlndejonc Des 3Ioulinais Makes
Longest Distance night.
PARIS. Sept. 29. The National Aerial
League of France announced today that
Marcel G. Brlndejonc Des Moulinais,
and not Maurice GuUlaux. is the holder
How to Select Them
A Large and Complete Piano-Kenting Department
Also Headquarters for the Talking Machine Department
Famous Angelus Player Piano First and Mezzanine Floors
Bargains in Wareroom and Other Used Pianos
. i Bi.ffla.Hiiv lnmr-HintAnce CUD
Ul I.IIT3 Dlllfliv uu. -
Guillaux was awarded the trophy
August 31. when It was announced that
he had flown from Biarritz to Brackel.
Germany, a distance of 859 miles, and
had beaten the record made in June
last by Brindejonc Des Moulinais, who
flew from Paris to St. Petersburg, by
two and one-half miles.
It appears now to have been estab
fhat ntiiilmiT. instead of de
scending at Brackel, landed at Borckel,
thus shortening ms nigni Dy some io
miles. The National Aerial League is
be the paramount Mason & Hamlin art grand or
payments for only $195.
as we want you to see. Come, if it's only to enjoy
investigating the circumstances pf the
error made in estaDiisning me wrunua
tion of the aviator's flight.
Idaho V Gets Nez Perco Indian.
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, Moscow,
Sept. 29. (Special.) Harry "Wheeler, a
170-pound Nez Perce Indian, has come
to the university from his home at
Ahsahka, Idaho, on the Clearwater
River, and has appeared on the prac
tice field in football garb. He is an
old Carlisle man, and won considerable
A GOOD MORN for you to
come in and be clothed for
the gusty October days for
You'll find clothes of
comfort here good alike
in rain or sunshine.
Suits $20 to $40
Raincoats $15 to $35
Men, Main Floor
Young Men, Second Floor
Morrison Street at Fourth
fame there in 1909 and 1910 as star
center on the first team. Since then
he has been on his farm near Ahsahka.
He will register for regular work in
the agricultural department at the
varsity, and will assist Coach Griffith
with the football drill this Fall. Next
year he will return to try out for the
A party of 45 girls left Vancouver. B. C.
for Montreal recently, but only five of them
reached their destination, the other 40 hav
Inor pot married on thft way.