The Breckenridge Daily American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 2, No. 87, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 8, 1921 Page: 4 of 6
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By W. A. PHELON.
'i u 11 ii or iu;.mt
Mrk Aid nek.
II k i-any to t'xpri'HH baseball nor
rows in nintlionintics Doth Chicago
clubs ate In seventli place. Dot I
I'liiladclplila cluliH are in ..kIm
IUici A ChlcnKo fun fools 7x7
Urn. - nH bnd as on.- llln. in N.
on- IT tun. id ail. and I'bilnd. I
I'llll mil f f SS tlnilK U'l tOURll 01
r4 tun. h Id nil
Youus uiuiiiu named Trout :na
le piomotcd to the UIk lonBiio Trout
will f. el ko :i poor flub after about;
Tout innings of a stormy Ramc.
The lefninieis w tio said
I miii-j mill Wilson unnld
put up "iinotlier lirutnl pi lellglil"
" ik. ea.i si. ie
"rialit." Not it rlilrp. IT Unit "llulil"
was hiiil.il. ui l . i....
Hi iiniler fnKo pieienses.
Wi si. rn Canada crops are lotllir'
f' i.'iU of fnrin-liaiifls. Why not
ni ilu Cm. di.ini the HIack Sox.
Jolinm Wilson. Ilrjan Downey all
unon.plo.ted rmlit nianaKers. and all
wrestl. rs? Good husky able-bodied
Kinks who -.tumid do wonders on a
Ivii lv III v KI1111 makes the best
(lie public has hail since (lie
f Tied SnoiJgi'iiss anil
K at iii 1; tin- swords into
1." si- Walter Ueuther of the
nki)ns .nt half as good as
1 n llii t orK.iPrewa Into Klmli U."
li'ubl s.i.ii k brllliaai buherun-li-n
it i.oe through and ulttjr
i- when It flivvers.
Im 1 1
'i ilu lmiii beads don't pla base-Sone-
of them got Into the
ricjii 1'ai Association.
xnd aKimi. speaking of boucheadb
u- 11 11I11 t u hotld cruiiium be a (ireitt
t rot 11 li.ilfback to buck the Hue!
t.iln It 11 ' li lian flnully h-.:i beaten.
iiinted put in tin- shadows and
.1 im mix r nf his own rluh In
. inn hi(- no? No thin sn d
1 as .-it later Itlp Collins th.-1-
Tex.is pitch r. can 011 1 cut
do.-B It four times a day and
for a midnight lunch after tht
di u f d
Hnbe has quit the
orin Sure Can Turn
Is Opinion Voiced
Alter Friday's Game
7lj IIAHCH.I) O. .I.UOIts
I nlieil I'ri'ss !iiuf ririvsHiiiteiil.
JiUW YOItK. Oct. S. The OlanU
tli most ferocious iiian-ORtlng
wories that evor turned wero all st
to do souio mora turning
It took insult added to injury to
yturl McGraw h worms runniuK
aiiuick Tin- manner in which the
Y.mkiis had lwtc stepped on them
1.1 the woi'd si rle constltuti-d the
m)nr The unclubby vtiij the Huk-
-is outfit nlid up n four run lead
111 tin thtid inning eurda was'
the insult. Then well twent hits'
and (hiitein runs is some revenge
Once a lu-rd of poor downtrod-
den broken to-the-bridle worms get
u taste of warm blood there Is no
tilluiK to what lengths they will ko
It will taki some pretty heay trend-
ing to grind them Into submii'ston
"While Husglns' parade of pitchers
It took thorn two hours and 3'J
minutes to pans n given point yes-
terd.iv didn't appear to hne much
In the way of assorted curves and
fast halls and buch It is debatable
If a composite- of Amos Hindu. U.ibe1
Wr.ddell and Christy Mutliuwson
could havo induced the Oluntp to!
Tfioy were mad clear
throiihli; the only way thoy had at
MiituiK tin ir wrath was to bust that
old ball- 11 .ul ;-osh how they did
They Know Who'll Win Series
BBBBBBjSBk a TmZTCTJkMi JMpPtmMPMMWV vTw ....
Iluth the-M bo baw th. mudr dop on who will win the wotld's
biihehnll thainpion-111 Tmium McQii.ule lift has proof that the C.iants '
I will win Hut In- ran i com nice
the Giants and Kddle Is tho human
1")1. O i I " n W'T T? 1 I C T? I
babe luitli s Wile I1 ollows Game hagerJy.
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'Novel Play -by -Play
She's Nervous Soul
HV l'll K. MAI.OX
I'liileil Press Muff ('niiespontleiil.
POI.O GHOl'NDS N. Y .Oct 8
This Is the play by play description
of Mrs. Bambino Hnbe Until watch-
ing the third "ame of the world's
Mr. Hnbe llutli comes walking
cross the field doffing his cap to
I the cheering fans. Somo batterlea
or othor nro announced.
Mr. Dabo Hutli comes to bat with
two men out and none on base.
(Mrs Until -"I think my hubby Is
about due for a home run.")
Dall one. (Mis. Huth "I think
isoniebod) ought to pull .Mi. Toney's
; hair If he don't pitch to Dahe.")
1 Ball two. Mrs. Itutli "Hoo-o-Plow-
Mrlke one the Habe took a hefty
viug. Mis. Itutli "I daie .Ml.
Toney to put it there aguin.")
Strike two. a heftlor swing.
Another heftier than the 0110 bc-
foiu and Dabo struck out. (Mrs.
Itutli "Geo Wilis!")
Mr. Iluth Htanila out in loft field
with nothing to do.
Mr. Itutli stein to Uie plate with
b.uc full and nobody out. (Mr.
Uutti "He'll sumek it a mile.")
Mm Kuth leans neryouiiy forward.
I Somebody put a nweater on Shawkey
as h stood at third. (Mra. Habe "I
think H uiiKht to furnish sweaters
for all tie pla.M-is '
Hall i'ii- 1 'Oh. e. lh"'re ko-
iiik to uuls hllll aKUlU 1
Foul i"The ought to give him
1 a -SWIM . 1 He II catch more cold if
tlwy don 1 1
I ttntl ..... . ........ ... 1..- . .
v . imum tvii.iv ii-i.a
in inrai 01 .rs. num. i"uoo in
Hall 1 In ("The suspense is ter-
rible.' 1 Huth aiiiKled to center
scoring Shawkey and .Miller. ("It's
a pood thing ho did hit It." J
Itutli is thrown out stoalFug boo
ond. ("He's got n Charley horse and
his arm hurta him you know")
The Yanks made four runs.
("Woll I guess this gamp In about
The Oinnts make four mil's. ("Oh
Kourtji tuning: r
Mr. Huth stopped to the plate with
one man ant and no onu on. ("If
J he don't make a homo run this time
we'll have ham and toast and tun for
I Strike one the Habo swung haul
1 1. oud silence)
I Strike two the Babe- swung harcM
-r (Louder silence ).
Strike THHKK-the Babe swung
harden. ( I.oud silence).
Mr Huth stands 011 tlio coaching
I Une wllll nothlng 0
to btue his suit cloaned.")
Six Hi InnluKi
Burns singled to Itutli. ("Hu's
graceful Jon't you think?")
The score is tied at l-all. (I think
tho) oukIH tc let Habo bat ut least
onoo jer inning.")
Tho Giants start hitting. Frisch
aingled. Young doubled. Kelly walk-
ed and Uawlings singled. ("I think
tiny ou'ht to let Babe pltclr.")
Sndir singled. Flv) Giant runs
j have ciossed the
woman Jins-a funny jiut
there hasn't she.")
Hurnes singled. Frisch walked uqrd'
nun:; tripled more Giant runs cioss-
Ilddte Dennett Tommy mascots
talisman for the Yanks.
: : .
But a Keen Ball Fan
lug the plate ("I don't know but
whnt it might rain today.")
Bubo is the first batter up. ("If
ho don't hit a homo run we'll Just
have ham and eggs.")
Ball one. ("I won't even set the
dining room table.")
Ball two. ("If he don't hit the
not one we'll just havetea.")
Ball three and ball four. ("I don't
think we'll have any supper at all.")
Mr. Itutli Is taken out of the game
and theie isn't any game for Mrs.
Itutli any nioie.
Three World's Records UroUen
b McUniwmen in Yes-
By IIKXKV I. KAItltKIJi
t'nlleil Press Stiilf Correspondent.
NEW YORK. Oct. S. Willi hone.
bom anew and iK'termination lesur-
rectud the New York Giants hud
their heads up todaj.
The National League champions
having evaded the myatlc eyo of tho
New York Yanks wero convinced
that n hope for the baseball crown
still is in their grasp.
John McGraws bunch of Giants
had reasons Tor the perceptible
swelling beneuUi their shirt bosoms.
In their utter rout of the Amer
ican League title holders yesterday
the Giant broke three world's so-
'Frank Frisch the real big hero of
the series with a batting average of
.700 scored twice in the same In-
ning; "Hep" Young the diminutive
plant of the Tesns sands hit a dou-
ble and n triple in tho same in-
ning and the Giants cmacked eight
enfotlos and domed tho plate eight
times In one inning tho greatest
carnage in tho .history of the annual
I'respects of the Yanks aro not as
bright as they wont to tho lino for
Hie fourth battle of the hectic se-
ries. Habe Huth. tho powor of Uie
Yanks and the Inspiring spirit of
the team probably will not be in
tho line up. Ho is out with an in-
fected elbow and his loss will bo se
verely felt .
Today's game is. expected to draw
10000 fans and contribute nioro to
the record attendance being estab-
lished daily. There wore 3B.509 in
tho stands yesterday and they paid
f 113007' to j-ee tho battle. For thel
threo games the total paid attend-1
ance Is 101651 and the receipts
$:I3S2Q2 of which' the players' get
n"2C20.02. The players share I
yesterday wan more tbnn $GQ000.
To keep the Jump on tho Giants
Millur Hugglns the bawod off man-'
nger 01 1110 lungs today was e.-
oecled to rail oit Carl Mays whose
underhand slants knocked off the
Giants in tho first game. Harry
Harper the lope southpaw of the
camp howovor may got the call if
he Is right. t
''Sliuffliti' " HhU Douglas aim
long mountaineer is considered as
assure. Hturter f oil McOrav.
It Hill's absence will nrri-ssltnt- u
change in" the '.Yank lineup and a
pnhMlile shin in tin- batting order
URECKENKIDGE DAILY AMERICAN
IN RACE NOW
Sport Editor Points Out Re-
markable Record Made
iiv it. it. cmiiTni
AiiiiM'lnin Spilt Ini; IMltur.
Yntciday' Giant- Yankee game
tin' third of the world's serlen was
a fine illustration of the truth that
It's a fine job trying to "dope" it
bnaelinll game. You ran usually
dope a team's work for a season or
a pltchor's woik for a season or a
batter s work for u boason with at
least fair success. Hut when It
ronuH to one name It Just can't be
ilom Anything or ovcrythlng In
the wide world Is apt to happen
u nd frequently does.
Who would havo dared to
ll0lu'8' f"r Instance yesterday
'"ornlng (lint tho Giants who for
two days had looked like the tam-
est bunch of lambs that ever lucked
their way Into a championship
would yesterday afternoon rise up
without a word of warning and
sninsh the record for safe hits in a
world beries game? Anyone who
had made such n prediction would
have been carried off immediately to
the foolish foundry. And yet that's
Just what the despised "Jints" did.
Twenty hits count 'em. folks and
we don't recall that anybody else
er piled up thirteen runs in a se-
ries game either.
The McGrawites evidently had to
set out of their system the hits that
Mays and Hoyt had stifled for two
days. Unfortunatoly for the Yanks
they got rid of a lot of them in one
inning the seventh and almost ev-
ery hit accounted for 0110 or more
runs. Hoss Young's triple with the
bases rilled furnished tho climax ol
a hectic Inning and put tho game on
Ice beyond further argument.
This kolm finds a little solare In
the fact that predictions regarding
Toneyand Shawkey were n-nlizeil.
Toney a speed merchant looked due
for trouble from the . Yanks who
love speed. Shawkey we figured
would probably not hold tho Giants
to less than three runs.
just what they nicked him for but
he had to ninke an assignment In
the third inning to pi event their
Frisch is piling up a wonderful
worlds series batting record. He
had another perfect day with the
mace hitting twice and walking ev-
ery other time up. Ho has teven
hits in ton times at bat for the se-
ries an average Of .700.
Mays is Hugglns' logical selection
for today'a game and Douglas Id
about the only man McGraw cm
send back. That looks like conced-
ing the Yanks the game in advance
but after what happened yesterday
vo most respectfully insist that it is
not. Mays should bo a tough prob-
What the Mascots Thinlc
BY TOMMY .McQL'.MDK
GluliCs Oi'lliliil Mnseot.
(Written for titer L' lilted Tress.)
The Giants will not ovor stop now.
t guess the Yankees do not feel ho
Koud and tlrey will fuel u lot worse
after todu.x. Tin fellowa will hit
Majs and Hoyt the next time just as
liuril as they did aiiawkey and Quinn
nnd the others yesterday.
1V KIHIIK IIKNXK'IT
Yankees' Official Mascot.
(Written Tor thef United Press.)
Wo had to make them feel good
leni for the Giants every time out
but Douglas Is apt to be very trou-
blesome himself If right and now
that the Giants have round their
lung-mislaid batting ees they are
Just nbout au good a bet today ha
the Yanks in our humble opinion.
Yesterday's game makes one here-
tofore very doubtful matter a cer-
tainty Barnes will start a game for
the (Hants before the series is fin-
ished. His work yesterday was the
best yet turned in by a Giant bos-man.
The Right Hat
at the Right Price
Yes sir lliat's
the right hat at the right price.
Remember two years ago when you were
forced to pay $10 and 5512 to get a hat of choice
quality Well today these hats of similar quality are
being" sold for 53.75 and $5.00.
We have them in the newest shapes with
lower crowns and narrower brims.
Velour Hats $5.00 and $6.00
The Selection Is So Choice That
No Man Should Leave This Store
Without Finding What He Wants.
SPECIAlr-I Lot ol Men's Suits $12
A NNO UNCEMEN T
We take pleasure in announcing the appointment of E. J.
Benton as salesman for our firm. The Bennett Motor Com-
pany feels indeed fortunate in securing the services of Mr.
Benton. His many years of experience as a Ford salesman
and his expert knowledge of Ford cars assures all our cus-
tomers and prospective Ford owners of the highest type of
BAST WALKER STKEET AT VIADUCT
so we let them have the gnme yes-
terday but Hugglns will not try to
make tile Giants' feel good today and
'ou bet we will beat them. They
have lilreudf got one of the two
games I said they would get.
Views of the Managers
11 l nllul 1'rrni
N13W YOItK Oct. S. The pros-
pects ot the Yankees and Giants as
ijio two. managers expressed them to
John McGraw manager ol the
"Tho bos have lilt their stride.
They have found their batting eje
nnd from hero on they'll play the
fighting hitting and running gumu
that won them the National League
l'enuunt. I'm glad they had their
two off-days ill the start."
Miller Hugglns manager of" the
"We can't expect to win them all.
Wo still have the edge and we're go-
Jug to keep it. We have Hoyt and
!Mnys lef. Watch us get going
Americnu Want Ads bring u-sults.
what we offer here
for Mr. Benton
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1921.
TUESDAY AT 2:00 I'. M.
Given Free to All Mothers
Over 15 Years Old By the
Every Hrcckciiridge Mother
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