SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
THE WHITE SOX CROWDING TIGERS; NAPS NOSE AHEAD OF BROWNS
ST. LOUlS.—Chicago defeated Stt.
Loula in the third straight gam# to
day by the score of 7 to 3. Twelve
innings were necessary to decide the
contest. Lush pitched great hall for
St. Louis but a home run by Kling
with the bases full won for Chicago.
The game ended sensationally with
Johnny Kling as the hero. The
catcher came to the plate with the
bases full of Cubs in the twelfth in
ning broke St. Louis' heart with
a home run drive that scored four
Score: R H K
Chicago. . .000 020 001 004—7 10 2
St. L. . . .110 001 000 000-3 13 2
Reulbach, Coakley and Kling; Lush
and Ludwig. Time, 2.14. Umpire
plants 6, Dodgers 3.
NEW YORK.—Another big crowd
saw the New Yorks make it flv?
straight from Brooklyn Saturday by
a sensational batting rally in the
eighth inning. Up to that time the
visitors liyi by 3 to 2. Then doubles
by Donlin and Devlin, triples by Mc-
Cormick and Mathewson scored four
runs. Mathewson was batted freely
but was effective when the bases were
Score: R H E
Brooklyn. . . .030 000 000—3 10 2
New York. . . .101 000 04*—0 9 2
Mclntyre and Dunn: Mathewson
and Bresnahan. Time, 1.45. Umpires
Klem and Johnstone.
Pirates 4, Reds 3.
PlTTSßUßG.—Pittsburg won an un
hill contest Saturday from Cincinnati
by a score cf 4 to 3. The locals
had no- made a hit off Ewing until
the fifth but at that time they got
three, netting them two runs. Two
Jits and a wild throw by Huggins in
he seventh inning gave the locals
two mere runs.
Score: R H E
Pittsburg. . . .000 020 20*—4 8 3
(Cincinnati. . . .101 ion 000—3 7 3
Jladdcx, Leifield. Camnitz and Gib
sen; Ewing and Schlci. Time, 1.30.
Philadelphia 5, Bc-tton 4.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa— Philadelphia
defeated Bestcn in both games of a
dcuble-header today. The home team
n ado 1C hits and stole nine bases in
tee first game, bur Ferguson worked
cut of several ttgh’ corners and struck
otr ten batsmon. and it required elev
en Innings to decide th" contest.
occre, first game: R H E
Brstcn. . . .201 001 000 00—4 9 3
Fhiia. . . .002 000 110 01—3 1C 1
Ferguson and Graham and Bower
rear.; Ccrridon ard Dooiu. Time, 2.27
second game: RUE
Horten 000 100 000—1 8 2
Ph ladelphia. . .100 002 00*—3 4 1
Dccrner, Chappelle and Bowerman;
Sparks and Jacklitseh. Time, 1.30.
PELHAM MANOR. N. Y.—The sen
ior championships of th e Metropoli
tan association of the A, A. K. at
Travers Island today furnished many
Lee J. Talbott, of the Irish-Ameri
ran A. C., broke all of his previous
records by throwing the 16-pound
hammer a distance of 171 feet 4 1-2
The fluarter mile in which Melvin
Sheppard, the world's greatest mid
dle distance runner was a starter,
was another feature. He had for his
opponent Harry Hillman, but the lat
ter had to run the race of his life to
beat the Irish-American. Sheppard
got a bad start and was in a poor
position, but he gradually worked to
the front and finished second, three
yards behind Hillman.
In his favorite event, the 880-yard
run, Sheppard won as he 'pleased In
1 minute 57 3-4 seconds.
Miles K. Driscoll, the Mercury A.
C, added the senior championship to
his credit by winning the three-mile
run, beating out Bellars, the New
York A. f. crack, by 10 yards, in 15
minutes 3 4-5 seconds.
John .1. Flanagan, in the last event
of the day. the 56-pound weight, got
the iN>r> ball out for a distance of 39
feet l 1-2 Inches. The throw breaks
the world's record of 38 feet 7 3 8
inrhea held by himself
WALK JV BLIND TIGER
fieteetlvea Williams and Bartley ar- |
rested Clarence Norman. Saturday night,
on the charge of violating the prohibi
tion act. The negro has !>een carrying
the whlakey on his person and Belling it ,
to any one who would buy It. The de
tectives spotted him some time ago and
waited until they cotiid catch him red
handed. Th» negro after reaching the
barracks rpade a confession, but he re- :
fused to ioU where he got bis whiskey
Will Soon Appear in Vaudeville
John J. Hayes, American winner of the Marathon
race, at the Olympian Games. From a photograph
taken since his return to this country.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won. Lost. P. Ct
New Orleans 72 54 .571
Nashvlll e 70 55 .560
Memphis 71 57 .555
Montgomery 67 60 .527
Mobile 04 64 .500
Little Rock 61 71 462
Atlanta 67 70 .449
Birmingham 19 80 .380
Won l/ost. P. Ct
New York 81 46 .638
Pittsburg 82 49 626
Chicago 82 51 .617
Philadelphia 71 56 .559
Clhcinnatl 62 70 .470
Boston 55 77 .416
Brooklyn )l 85 .341
gt Louis 15 84 .346
American League. >
Won. Ixist. P Ct
Detroit 75 54 .581
Chicago 74 57 .565
Cleveland 73 59 .653
St Louis 71 59 .546
Philadelphia 63 66 .489
Boston 64 68 .485
Washington 55 70 .440
New York 43 86 .333
GIFT. SIMON IN
SEA GIRT MEDAL
SEA OIRT, N. J.—With the firing
of the last shot late today In the
governor of the state of New Jersey
match for the Sea Olrt championship,
the big shooting tournament of 1908
Captain Harry Simon, of Ohio, fin
ish< d in the lead, making a score of
192 out of a possihla 200. breaking the
record Major Benedict, also of
Ohio, was second, with 191.
MR. SANDFORD H- COHEN
ADVERTISE STATE FAIR*
Mr Sanford W. Goben of Augusta ha*
a< ( »pted contract aa advertising man*
anger of the Georgia Btitp Fair, which
will be bald In Atlanta October <-24.
Thar* are a few better advertising
m»*n In the state than Mr. Cohen. He
knonm the "game'' from start to finish.
If** l* well-known and known the state
and lilii territory. It In safe to nay ha'll
herald the Georgia fltate Fair throughout
the length and breadth of Georgia and
Having looked over the nit nation
thoroughly, Mr t’ohen regard* the pros
peer aa the brightest, ever.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
FAILURE HI NIT
DETROIT, Mich—Another overtime
game was played by Detroit and Chi
cago today, the visiting team win
ning in the tenth, 2 to 1 on n single,
a double and a sacrifice. Di troll gqf
four bits in the first inning but could]
tot bunch them after that.
AB. H. P O A. E.
Mclntyre. If 4 3 2 0 0
Schafer, ss 3 0 9 2 0
Crawford, cf 5 l 0 0 0
Cobb, rs 3 1 2 0 0
Rossirann, lb 4 0 t> 3 0
Schmidt, c 4 3 6 3 0
Perry, 3b 4 0 2 1 0
Downs, 2b ~4 0 2 2 0
Winter p 3 0 1 3 1
D. Jones 1 u 0 0 0
Totals 35 830 14 1
AH. 11. P.O. A. E.
Havn, rs 4 1 0 0 0
F. Jones cf 4 0 4 0 0
Dougherty, If 4 2 1 0 0
Isbell, lb 4 1 15 1 0
Davis, 2b 4 1 4 4 9
Parent, ss 3 1 1 6 rt
Sullivan, c 3 2 4 2 0
Taunehlll, 3b 4 0 0 2 0
Smith, p 4 114 0
Totals 34 9 30 19 0
Two-base hits—Parent, Sullivan.
Sacrifice hits —Schafer 2. Parent.
Struck out —Wirier f>, Smith I
Double plays—Schmidt to Schafer;
Base on halls —Winter 1, Smith 1.
Left on bases—Detroit. 3, Chicago 5
Umpire—O'Longblin and Hurßt.
Score by innings: K. H.E
Chicago . . . .010 000 000 I—2 0 0
Detroit . . . .100 000 000 o—l 8 1
Winter and Schmidt; Smith and
Sullivan. Time, 1:50. Umpires
OT.nughlin ,nd Hurst.
Naps 5, Browns 4.
Cleveland, O —Cleveland marie it
four out of five from St. Louis today,
winning out In the rjnth on Goode’s
single and steal an out and a muff
of an easy fly. Chech and Pelty were
knocked from box.
Score ny Innings: R 11. E.
Cleveland . . . .000 111 101 —5 9 1
St. Louis . . . .020 100 010 —4 11 2
Chech, Lelbhardt and Bemla; Pelty,
Dineen and Smith. Time, 1:40. Urn
piers, Egan and Sheridan.
Yankees 1, Boston 0.
BOSTON —New York shut out Bos
Inn 1 to 0 in an exciting game today.
Young and Manning pitched well. The
visitors scored on mlsplays by Wag
ner and Crlger
Score by innings: K H. L.
New York .. . .000 000 100—1 5 1
Boston 000 000 000—0 5 2
Manning and Klclnow: Young and
Criger and Donohue. Time, 1:60.
Washington 5, Philadelphia 4.
WASHINGTON, D. C.—Johnson out
pitched SchHtzer and Blank today a*
critical (sunls und Washington de
feated Phlladelphlt 6tn 1 The base
running of Ganley and the batting of
Debhanty and Nteholl* were (natures
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
Washington . . , il 000 020 3 9 I
Philadelphia . 1 000 300 100—4 0 2
Johnson and Htr'tel; Srhlltzer,
Plank and Powers. Time, 1:50. Urn
POSTMASTER AT GAINESVILLE
INDIANAPOLIS, Itiri. The fifth |
annual convention of the National As ]
social lon of Post masters of the second
and third class adjourned today to
meet at Gainesville. (Va at a date to
be fixed later Jesse Pannenter. ot
Wabash. Ind, was ejected president )
Du fly Thinks His Man
Can Outrun John Hayes
ft la to be regretted that Johhy Hayes,
the Marathon winner should have derid
od to forsake amateur athletics for the
professional field Toe manly Wwy In
which the young athlete has made his
exit front the anvifeut atheltlcs, how
ever. la In such marked and creditable
contract to that Iri which some of the
famous "amateurs'” have acted Is making
the change that ha Is to he congratulat
Hayes la not a rich man He (• de
pendent upon hla own efforts for his liv
ing It is not strange therefore that he
should deem It best to capitalize the
fame which has come to him through
winning the world's grc«tc*t athletic
Hayes has contracted to appear upon
tne vaudeville stage In a lecture on »h*
recent Olympic games He has also been
hired as an Instructor.
One result of Hayes’ entrance Into th*
professional ranks may be a match be
tween him ;«nd Alfred flhruhb, the great
English distance runner
Arthur Duffey, one-time champion
sprinter of the world, now manager of
tfhrubb, declares that he will post $2,
MULFORD, DRIVING AMERICAN CAR,
COVERS 1,107 MILES IN 24 HOURS,
BREAKING ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS,
WINNING BRIGHTON BEACH E VENT
BRIGHTON REACH RACE TRACK,
New York In the presence of a
crowd of motoring enthusiasts num
bering 28.000, many of whom had
been at the track side since (5:80
o'clock Friday night, the Amelean en
try, driven by Mulfnrd and Cobb, won
the •24-hour race of the motor racing
Pelicans 3, Champs 0,
Seine i)j innings: R. H E.
Atlanta . . . .000 000 000 -0 7 1
New Orleans . .200 001 000 -3 10 0
Sltton and Smith; Clark and Strat
ton Time, 1; 30. Umpires. Brown
Nashville 11; Travelers 1.
Score by Innings: 13 H. E.
Nashville . .003 000 71x11 11 0
Little Rock . .010 000 000— I $ 3
Perdue and Seahaugh; Hu*"! and
Wood. Time, 1:30. Umpires, Moran
Mobile 8, Petrels 3.
Score by Innings 13 H E.
Mobile 105 000 002 8 14 3
Montgomery . .102 000 000- 310 5
Fisher nnd Garvin; Jmil and Shan
non. Time, 1:40. Umpire, Pfenntngcr.
Memphis 1, Barons 0.
Score by inning; R. H. E.
Birmingham . 000 ono 000 0 7 2
Memphis . . . .100 000 000—1 5 1
Robinson and Raub; Shield and
Owens. Time. 1:55. Umpire, Fit*
Trade balances favor
Largely lhis Country.
BUSINESS OLFLOOK GOOD.
A people who sell more than
they can buy cannot bo In a very
hard situation. whatever may be
the periods of depression and strin
gency so we can take heart of
grnco from the official figures lust
given out which show that during
the first seven months of the pros
ent year wo have bought, thirty
pnr cent, less than during the cor
responding months last year while
at the same time our exports
Hhow an Increase of one hundred
and seventy-nine millions as com
pared with the same months last
This gives ns ever y assurance
of a very satisfactory trade bal
ancc. when the business account*
for the year are made up, says the
On the whole we ar P told that
the substance of the trade reports
for th,. week, submitted by the
mercantile agencies, Is that trade
and industrial activity continues
In increase very notieahly with
every indication of permanent im
Here al home the same optiniis
Me sentiment prevails. A few
days ago a prominent business man
from south Georgia was quoted as
saying that from present lndlca
florin flier,, would b„ the greatest
car fnnilne within a short Mine
that, the slate has ever seen. This
prediction was based directly upon
the lumber Industry, but It Is gen
erally accepted as being equally
true of all other lines of business.
The uncertainty which prevails
as to tli,. futur,. of freight rates
Is about, the only dlsturbflug fac
tor there is today In th/s business
and Industrial life of our people. If
we could lie nitre that 'lie existing
status would not b<. disturbed by
an increase In rates during tho
period when business Is doing Its
best to recover, wo would soon
forgot that ther,. had been any
such thing as a panic.
Merchants and manufacturers
arc meeting the situation with
confidence, however, and good fall
trade la firmly anticipated
ROD for a race between his man and
“I am ready to post SI,OOO that flhruhb
can befit lf,jyrs at any distance from on*
mile to 26,'' declared fniffey. “Why,
the iLiigllabman could run llnyes off his
feet, and I have got the money that says
so, too, I can r* 4 |p as high as S2,Mo
'ii.it Hhrutib e.tt flayer
if a race tin be arranged between
the two, and I don’t per* any reason why
It can't, now that Hayes has forsaken
the amateur ranks. I would like the con
test to be decided In Unstop, where the
B. A A. has a fine 26 mile Marathon
May be Huffey Is right and flhruhb
ouuld run rings around the Marathon
winner but there are lots of people from
Missouri on this proposition.
association, covering 1,107 miles and
shattering all records.
At 11 o'clock when the finish siren
marking the completion of the 24
hours was sounded, the ulna survivors
wore running In (his order:
Mutford and Cobh, America, 1,107.
Mlehener and Lynch, America, 1,092.
Copra-Parker-llawlcy, Italian, 1,074.
Prize Fighting is Now
a Very Different Game
(By JOE MURPHY.)
RAN FRANCISCO The popularity of
prig© tight Ing In California and Nevada
right now and ilio lUcrofi* that In attend
in* It. ha shown by the crowds at tho
three greet mills her© thin week. (Jans-
Neleou, Ketohel I'upke nnd Attell Moran*
are all due to the fact that the prize
flght in now a straight-out hualnene pro
ponition. The pugilist© themeelvev have
become keen and alert huetnenn men.
They employ mnnngor© now where once
they wore merely the hired men of the
managers. Drinking nnd other forms of
dissipation once ruled the ting and ruf
fianly tactics prevailed. The great ness
of the change in this respect was never
better demonstrated than this week by
the six moil who took part In the three
bonln of even more than national Inter
oat. All are clean, polite, well drowned.
They arc men of good habits, hecauso
modern prim fighting although lee© bru
!ul, la much more rapid In point of ac
tion nnd more agility nnd less heef than
©ver before. I tattling Nelson is n fair
example. He la a good Haniah hoy, who
never haw tasted liquor in Ills life, and
never smoked. Bat owns moat of th©
town In Hegewleh, 111., where he has n
newspaper He supports hla father and
mother, and la sending n brother through
Of the new order of manager. William
Nolan, who mannged Mai Nelson during
itla most proaperous daya, whh the per
Hard as nalla, grasping, quick to see
every business posslhlity, n Shyloek In
his contracts. Nolan quickly made a new
game of prixa fighting.
Th© old-lime light promoters who were
accustomed to swindle the Ignorant tight
Ing men out of their profits; the hang
ers-on who practically compelled lighters
to support them In order to Insure "pop
ularity” have gone to the wall.
When the prlge fight people began say
ing hard things about Nolan and hla
fighter the young manager quickly saw
there wna an Immense cnmntorclgl value
In being ferociously unpopular. That the
only thing really Important was to be
talked shout, no matter what they said.
The old bunk about diamond belts and
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Laurent Marquis, America, 1,060.
Roberttton Loseault, America, 1,0211
Crane-Do palma-RlpplnKillo, Amur
Strang Roberts, America, 97G.
Roberts-Martin, America. 055.
KJoldsen .Juhasz, France, 625.
The previous world's© record wai
heroism quickly passed away; it was cold
cash (hut was wanted.
Seeing how much newspaper notice fol*
lowed prise fights, It. occurred to iom<
Nevada promoters that It would he a Una
way to advertise < midfield to have a big
championship battis in the town.
Wherefore the tiana-Nclson tight, for
which h purs© of $30,000 was offered.
The eastern cities gradually began leg*
lalatlon against fights, amt every fighter
made n bee-line for the West to get at
some of the crazy purses offered. Los
Angeles then became on© of the great
fight centers of the country; the purges
were large, no legal obstructions and
For the last quarter of a ©entry Call*
forma has furnished a battle ground for
all the noted pugilists of the Nngllah-
feivcii before the Invasion of this coun
try by the famous men of the Australian
prlge ring 20 years ago, Charlie Mitchell
and Jack Burke, the two foremost men
of the ICngllsh prize ring at the tipi© of
their landing In this country, had met
the leading pugllista of our country In ti
Han Francisco prize ring. Oftllfornla.ni
for more than a score of years now ha vs
extended a royal welcome to the knights
of the roped arena from ail lanos, nnd at
no time have they ever drawn th© ooloi
line. Oallfornln, therefore, la justly ©n*
titled to he known as the prig© tighten
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