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PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1015.
CormoHT. 1018, it Tin TciLta Utou Courinr.
PRICE ONE OEIfrT
lU AKERS DEFEAT F. AND M., 10-6;
TIGERS DOWN RUTGERS, 10-0
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in the game. "Tiny" Maxwell
INW LINES AT
Smash Way Forward at La
Polie Hills in Drive
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ccesscs North of Le Mesnil, in
sChampagne, Announced by
Paris War Office
PARIS. Oit. 2.
Renewed assaults by tho Allies have
suited In further Bains In Artols and the
ampagne region, it In officially an
mced by the French War' Ofllcc.
I, Southeast ot Souchcs the French have
pranced at La Folle Heights.
Another success north of ' Le Mesnil,
Hie Chnmnnunc. Is also renorted.
yta Folio lies just south of tho Glvencliy
oas, where the French, alter stubborn
lnc dlsloclced tho Hermans from their
Relies near Uie Arras-Lens road,
id xone of fighting north of Le Mesntl
Miear. tho cene of the terilflo combats
and Hill No. 131 nnd Mosslges, whero
Ertnch.are driving against German
GAIN NKW TRENCHES.
IWie text of tho French tonimunlojue
L'IiTj.VWoIh tho icivcmy' artllecy opened
Aery .-violent uomuariimum upuii uur
miens to the. east of Spuchez, Never
Um3, we lfuve markfd'prosress on tho
Wits of La Folio 'hjjjrjich-to.tremh
(CupjirniKho Ufrmans dm jits (he
M borjrfUeTl our nv "lliteH near
Iplpr'ae MedceranKOi nnd to tho east
tfcf jensmyjs ,poslllcn which formed a
IWA projctliB from his' front to the
Mb.Xf Mensll i
"In ..Lorraine German reconnolterlng
f attacked two 'of our outposts
Moncel and Soriivillc. They were
Ah& and pui'sued ns far as thetr own
n4he "balance of the front the night
Ur acroolane souadrons droDned a
t 'number of bombs on the railway
ana lines to . the rejir. or tno
CMitlaued on 1'nte Your. Column Two
Urc Ppstpfflce for Uaverford
new postufllpe bulldlne la to be
by the Goverment at Uaverford.
1 for which have been requested. Tho
' Utructure will be within SO rods ot
' Fvnnnylvatila. Itallraad station. This
win 00 necessary because ot tne
ntliK business Vf the oflice, which
the mall of many wealthy Slain
Watty haa now become a boxer
m traintna dattu - at " 1'Uraon't Bai
i THE WEATHER
iU nothing; you can do about It.
tter how much vou crmmhl. nr
or. beam, tho sky wllL irrumbln nr
!r beain Just the same us It would
ro noiniitB av an instead of he
b mere Infinitesimal mnttcie r .
that VOU are. It's a orettv m-av
t that, but Just think nf ih. .i
'umf the-er. the crops. DerhaW
r y It rained almost as much yes.
C as It did durfnir nil th. sin aZ.
fctsmber. That Is awful. H'roveals
' One day mav dn. t it mun.. .,..
Mis bljf series comlnul
pbui, mere is nothing you can do
r PhiladtlokU suui in'Miu
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MISS ETHEL RUTH BURK
TO WEI) W. C. WILLIAMSON
Daughter of Prominent Packer to Be
come Bride on October 12
Miss Ethel Ruth Durk, daughter of
Louis Burk, prominent meat packer of
this city, will be married October 12 at
her parents' home, 1237 North Broad
street, to William C. Wtliramson, Jr., a,
broker, residing at 69th avenue an 11th
street. Oak Lane.
Th marriage will be a quiet affair, only
o few personal friends and relatives of
tho couple attending. The ceremony will
he performed by the Rev. Robert H.
Morris, of the Central North Broad
Street Presbyterian Church.
Miss Elizabeth' Williamson, a sister of
the" bridegroom, VlU, 'bkVfcrMeMriafa,i$ndJ
rflan." "Two jiieces of -the bride. Misses
Charlotte Scott and Ruth Burk, will act
ne flower girls.
Miss Burk Is 22 years old and Mr. Will
iamson is 4. The marriage license was
taken out jeaterday. The ceremony will
be perfoimed at 6 o'clock and a recep
tion wiH be held between 8 an,d 10 o'clock.
125,000 IN LINE
FOR PARADE OF
Greatest Demonstration in
, History of City Makes
Appeal for Peace
f , ,,
BOY SCOUTS HELP
1 Tho greatest Bunday school demonstra
tion ever held In this ;lty took place this
afternoon, when more than 125.000 men.r
women and children participated In a
series of parades whch served the dual
purpose of demonstrating the strength
and unity of the Sunday choo forces
as well as to enter a mute but powerful
protest against the continuation of the
ynr In Europe.
Although i was feared that -weather
conditions ould Interfere wth the
plans for the celebration, the clouds be
gun to lift shortly' after 1 o'clock and
the program was carried out according to
Schedule, Leaders of the various or.
sanitations participating In the demon;
stratlon pronounced it even more sue
cessful than had been expected and so
much -superior to that of last year as to
be beyond comparison.
Smiling little girls, wearing their
prettiest white dresses and their gayest
hair ribbons, cheering boys and devout
men ami women kept step with each
qther with the- precision of trained
soldiers, while scores of brass bands sent
forth the stirring martial strains 'of
"OnwardfeChrlstlan Soldiers" and other I
popular Christian marching songs.
Broad street, In particular, presented a,
remarkable spectacle There were at
Itatt Eo.OOO person's marchlns- on that
thoroughfare, the great columns extend- 1
IhK from Jtitner street to the Northeast
boulevard. ,The street was one. muss of
guttering banners and flags, and as the
happy marchers passed to various des
ignated centres, Mayor Qlankenburg,
t i- I,,
' Continued on V Three. Column ,Turee
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LAST CALI TO VOTERS
OF THE FRANKLIN PARTY
There Is sW time hsstWr to vote at
the loarntl Uctioa ea Nvwwber I.
A McMcM tfiofc WH WM'panted b? the
last LcslilntiiMi luwHm1 Hie eketloa
law la vlr Mutt m eteir whm iiataa
U Hwi'MiMtMrt' pt ntt wb 4M not
rllr e HMT'ut the throe rni!er "tt"
Utf tlon tUtm Iwcm fit had no W
rritt jMNMiaa; a Ht wttttht two jreu
ir to Ntrtmhrt t, 11, can ebioio,
tax melpt toiloy awl bare hi mm
llad oh tho rsilnHn IhmIm oa Oeio.
IhU U the Ut lUr for ohUhthiK tax
receipt. It" tafoMc Ut C4r UM W
rrnwta oen antU o'clook nl)il for
the purpvM of (muImc Iliw.
If ;ou have set W tax wHMa the
Ut " ' (4sr and
oWU a tax roootat. rxta nMiiln a "atak
UiW tr Dm U4 of staaUtraohw
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F. AND M. WITH
10 TO 6 SCORE
Red and Blue Win by
Touchdown Scored in
Lancaster Men Cross Quakers'
Goal for First Time This Sea
son After Great Dash
Tf-Tssoa hiiarianrl was tlllsl In Ti1 1tt1& . . - " . "" I
F. ami St.
Hopkins left end...
MaUiews .....left tackle.
Harris ..rlirbt tackle.,
urquhart right end. Ilerstr
Berry quarterbacH Mylln
Tlshe left halfback Keaster
Will lama right halfback Williams
Qulsley ., fullback Herman
Referee W. M. Maxwell, Swartlimore. Um
pire W. P.. Okeann. Lettish. Llneaman
Thorn. Uaverford. Meld Judge Moffltt. Prince
ton. Time of periods 12 and 10 minutes.
FRANKLIN FIELD, Philadelphia Oct.
2 After a start which made the game
look easy for Pennsylvania, the Franklin
and Marshall team, led by Everett Mylln,
Its sensational quarterback, fought the
big Red and Blue eleven to a standstill,
the Quakers winning by the score of
10 to 6.
Mylln was the star of the game. Not
only did he make F. and M.'a touchdown
with a magnificent 65-yard run, but ho
was nearly always sure of a good gain on
the return of punts and likewise gained
repeatedly on his end runs.
The Qunakcrs won because they swept
the visitors off their feet In the first five
Continued on Page Two, Column One
RUTGERS' HOPES WITH
DASHING 10-0 WIN
Tibbott Carries Ball 85 Yards
for Touchdown, Kicking
Goal and Then a
ALL OYER INFIRST PERIOD
PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 2.-In the. first
important game of the year. Princeton
defeated Rutgers today by the score of
10 to o. All' tne scoring was done In the
first oiiarter. ,v
Less than two minutes after the whistle,)
aiarieu me game on, TlDDOtt, the Tiger
halfback, caught one of Talman's long
punts and ran S yards through -a. broken
field for n touchdown The spectators
caught their breath at tho suddenness of
the play, and then the Tiger stands went
,ild with Jpy. Tibbott also, kicked .the
goal, making the score 7 to ft,
The second score came only a few min
utes later. Princeton klcked'oft and Rut.
Kers punted. After two quarterbacU'runa
thy Clyck,Tlbbot kicked a pretty field goal
irom me, so-yara line, ine uaii'juat bounc
ing over the bar That ended the scoring,
Twlcp later Rutgers threatened to cross
the Prlnceon goal, but the Tiger line' held
and repelled the Scarlet, backs.
Rutgers' open style of play gained often
for them and Bracher excelled In-line
plunging, but Princeton surprised the-experts
by an excellent defense against the
Rutgers' shift plays,
Tlbbott's sensational work and Driggs'
punting were the biggest factors In
The second quarter started with an ex
change of punts. Rutgers took the ball
and gained three first downs In succes
sion, mainly through the plunging of
Talman then failed at a drop kick. The
ball ttggagged back and forth till Ames
Intercepted a forward pass for a SS-yard
run, and the halt ended.
Been: Princeton. 10; Rutgers, f.
T -atart the second qrtar Rutgers
WOMAN DEMANDS $15,000
FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND
Mrs. Samuel Frisch Alleges Accident
Was Due to Defect in Auto
Suit to recover $15,000 damages forj In
juries In on automobile accident which,
she says, led to the death of her hus
band and her own "permanent disability"
was filed In the Camden County courts
today by Mrs. Samuel Frisch against her
brother-in-law, Isaac Frisch, superintend
ent of the Camden plant of the American
Mrs. Frisch Aled the suit as administra
tor of her husband's estate and on her
Her husband was killed in July while
riding in his brother's automobile on the
white Horse plke, near Elwood, Atlantic
Both of them were furled from the ma
chine when her brother-in-law, who was
driving, lost control of the car and it
crashed Into a telegraph pole.
TEAM WILL WIN
"Red Sox Have Nothing on
Us," Sentiment of
ALL LOOK TO MORAN
fly a Staff Corrtipondent
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 2. There Is not
a member of the Phillies' team who Is
not confident that they will win tho World
Series from the Boston Red Sox.
Following are the comments of the In
dividual players of the 1915 champions of
the National' League:
PAT MORANs "Alt I can nay about
winning the series Is that we are in there
to do our best. I have all the confidence
In the world In my players, and I know
that they wilt play Just as good ball In
that series as they have played this year.
It is foolish for any one to predict ab
solutely that any team will win In a
series which Is only seven games long.
The breaks may and probably will have
something to do with the result. Alt ot
my pitchers are In good shape. Klltefer
went to New York to consult the doctor.
I hope 'Kill' will be ready when the series
starts. With the exception of a few other
minor ailments, the other players are In
good shape and I am going to keep them
that way by making them play ball today
and in the Brooklyn series at home."
CAPTAIN FRED LUDERUS-"I believe
all right that we are going to win. I
can't and never could see where the Red
Sox had anything on us. Look at the
way we hit Neht yesterday, and he Is
supposed to be a great left-hander. I
have never seen Shore, but I have seen
Ruth and we have batted against him
when he was with Baltimore. I don't
think he will give us any trouble.
DROVER ALEXANDER "Everybody
has been comparing us with the Red Sox
and have not given us anything. I' can't
see that, I can't figure where they have
Concluded on Tag Thirteen; Column Two
WOMAN ASKS HEART BALM
Miss Julia Miller Sues Droitro Mis-
chuk for $1500 Alleges
Breach of Profntse
Heart balm of flUO was sought today,
by Mlsi Julia Miller from Dmltro Mis
chuk, who, she alleges, promised to mar--ry
her, paid her marked attentions for
the lust three years, and few days ago
declared he could not keep hU promise.
Suit was brought in Common Pleas Court
No. S, before Judge Davis,, who Issued a
capias for Mlschuk's arrest and fixed his
ball at KK).
Miss Miller avers she ha suffered much
humiliation "that no amouotof money
could repay," as Jt was covmly known
among her friend that wa to rr
OPENS HERE ON
FRIDAY, OCT. 8
Two Games in Philly, Then
Shift to Boston for
Opening at Ifome Believed "Boon
to Phillies and Aid to
SHARE IN BIG MONEY
Twenty-three Bolton and S3 Philadel
phia plajrri will share in the world
series' money. The Hat of players de
icUred eligible by the National Commis
sion today follows:
riillllea Alexander, Adams, Bancroft,
Jlurna, Ilnumgartncr, Becker, Byrne, Cra
vath, Chalmers, Demaree, Dugy, Klllefer,
I.uderus, Moron, Mayer, McQuillan, Nle
liofT, Itliry, rakert, Stock, 'lineup,
Whltted and Melner.
Boaton Barry, Carrigan, Cady, CoUln,
l"oter, Gregg, Gardner, Galnor, llobllt
xell, Cooper, Ifendrlkarn, Janvrln, Leon
ard, Lewis, Maya McNally, Itutu, Shore,
Scott, Speaker, Thomas, Wood and Wagner.
TODAY'S FOOTBALL 'SCORES
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TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
CHICAGO-(N.L.).... OOO' 210 ,006 O 02- 5,
GINCINNATI 1st g... 300 OOO '000rO'0 O 3
Douglass and Cresnahan; Dale and rVingoo.
CHICAGO (N.L.)....0 O O Oj O O
CINCINNATI, 2d g...1 O O.'O O 2
PITTSBURGH O O O
O O O 1 0 0-
BOSTON, 1st e O OOOOI OOO-
WASHINGT'N (A.L.)O O 2 ' O O 1 O O X
Vood, Thomas; Johnson, Williams.
BOSTON, 2d S OOO O 2.1 O 0,0 O-
WASHINGT'N (A.L.)002 'O 1 OOO-OO-Sliorc
and Cady; Dumont and.' Henry:
NEW YORK, Oct I.-The first game
of the world's series between the Phillies
and the Red Sox -will be played at Phila
delphia, Friday, October 8. The second
game also will be played In the Quaker
City the day following, Saturday, October
The third and fourth ' games will be
played In Boston, on Monday, October 11,
and Tuesday, October 12.
The fifth game will be played at Phila
delphia, October 13, the sixth at Boston,
October It, and the seventh, if necessary,
will be decided by the tossing of a coin.
President Lannln, of Boston, lost the
toss for the place of the opening game.
A quarter was flipped by Nagle Rawlins,
a, Phlladelphtan, Lannln cried "tails."
The coin came down heads
President Tener, of the National League,
then proposed to the commission that the
first game be played on October 8. Ban
Johnson, president of the American
League, seconded the motion.
In the event of a game being postponed.
Continued on Page Two, Column lite
' Little Girl Paradcrs Hit by Auto
Two small girls were run down and!
seriously Injured by an automobile at
Broad and' Courtland streets this after
noon while they were going to Join the
Sunday school parade. The girls are Lil
lian Click, 5 years' old, of 1409 Courtland
street, and her sister, Elizabeth, 10 years
od; Both are In St. Luke's Hospital in a
serious condition. The automobile was
driven by Dr. Harvey W. Burd, a 'Veter
inary surgeon, of 601 West Qlrard avenuei
X.OST AND BOUND
NOTICE la heraby git en that tba undars!gnt!
nil tb , vFitio" iut ma renawai of
ItO. D.D73 for an tA
Steaii Comuany Dlvldand KrHn -.
auad to Charles Derrlck.on and datad tba
ntltenin oajr in ju, low, ma asm bavlug
been lostior deatrorod. """
EAIUUNOBi-Loat. Tburadi, Kept.mber 80. a
cluater drop earring, containing nlno,(U),.at.
shaped and three U) marquIaa-aluped'dU-monda
and seven IT) round' diamonds, at
'Uryn Wawr boraa ahow or Urten and Cheltwi'
aa. ltaward It returned to J.'E, Caldwell
Co , BQil Cbeatnut at. "
JiANDUAO Prom auto, black bandbag, oon
Ululnr paptra. iiauk madala. ato.7 uf valua
to owner. Reward 120.- ifbono Poplar i
Call li Brandywlno at, office B-.VSberT.
FUnSB-loat. Ttiuraday avo, small black
purjf, containing money and rec.ipn. r.
ST. LOtIS, 1st g o o 0,0 o o o
CHICAGO (A.L.)....0.0 O 2 O 0 1
McCabe and Agnew; Bcnz and Schalk.
ST. LdUIS, 2d g,...,0 ,0' O O O O O
CHICA30 (A.L.)....2 2 0 1 0 0 1
Phillips and Severoil; Scott and Mayer.
CLEVELAND 100 OOO 2 0
DETROIT (A.L.) Oil Ol 1 1 O
Mitchell and O'Nelil; Boland and McKee.
NEV7ARK, 1st g O 0.3 3 O
BALTIMORE (F.L.).O 0 0 10
Seaton and Rarideri: Leclaire and
NEWARK, 2d g O 1' 1 O 0 0 0
BALTIMORE (F.L.).O OOO 1," 1 0'
Moseley and Raridcn;'Conleyand Russell.
CHICAGO F.lr.).,..0 2 2 4 0 0
PITTSBURGH, 1st g. 1 , O O 01' O
Brown, Wilson; Knetjer, O'Connor.
CHICAGO (P.L.)....030 OOO O. O
PITTSBURG, 2d g..,. OOO 000' O O
l'rendcrgast and Wilson; Barger and Berry.
KANSAS CITY O O O 0 3 O O 1 ,0-
ST. LOUIS (F.L,),.,.0 0.1 0 O 0 0 OO?
( ullop an,d Easterly; Davenport iandIJartley
Other league game postponed on account of rain and wetst?4H4.
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ADDITIONAL RACING SUStitTS-
Sixth 'race, felling, 4-year-oldsa nd up, Carlton, 108, WWey.--?13.00,
?4.G0,fi J3.40fv won; TodeUag, 10Sr Cboi, ).8, k)$m,
icid; , toulso Traver. 100, SCcDermott, 3.aa, tUxA. fi'im,
l:S5 3-5, Brlckley7sef nnd yittty Xega atei;jS."
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