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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1906.
PLAY IT ANYWAY
SOX HEADED OFF
Peoria Completes Series With
Logan Squares Despite Or
ders to Contrary.
New York Takes Both Games of
Double Headed on Chi
HELD OUTSIDE THE LEAGUE
ANU LEAD AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jimmy Callahan Asserts There is Plot
Against Him Distillers Win
In spite of the fact that they had
ben notified officially to play no more
games with the outlaw Logan Squares
the Peoria aggregation yesterday after
noon completed their series of four
games and won out. The Peoria Star
of yesterday quoted Manager Buelow
as follows in connection with his de
cision to ignore tiie order:
"We do not think that the national
association can dictate whom or where
the Peoria players shall play after
the Three-Eye season is finished and
we will finish the series with the Lo
gan Bquares. We have filled our con
tract with the Three-Eye league when
we finished the season last Sunday
and the national association cannot dic
tate our actions during the time be
The following statement is credited
to Jimmy Callahan:
"There is also a Three-Eye league
end to this story, for after I returned
last Sunday to Ch:cago from Wiscon
sin, where I played a couple of games,
I was informed that President Holland
of the Three-Eye leaque intended to
stop the Peoria games. So, you see,
I have been expecting it, and I want
to brand it right now as a small and
dirty piece of work on part of officials
of both the major organization and the
Srort of Games.
The score of yesterday's game fol
LOGAN SQUARES R. H. P. A. E.
Lynch, ss 1 l 3 1 n
Larson, 3b 0 1 0 2 0
Callahan, If 0 1 5 0 0
Green, rf 1 1 2 0 0
Lejeune, lb - 0 0 8 0 0
Lippert, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Hughes, p o 0 2 1 0
Martin, 2b 0 1 2 1 0
Asmussen, c 0 0 5 1 0
Total 2 5 27 G 0
PEORIA R. H. P. A. E.
Thiery, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Lauder, If 0 1 1 0 0
Rewar, 3b 0 0 0 4 0
Iluelow, lb 1 1 11 1 0
G. Hughes, cf 1 1 4 0 0
Egan. 2b 1 1 0 2 0
Raymond, ss 1 1 3 2 0
Simon, c 2 2 7 1 0
Eastman, p 2 3 1 2 0
Total 8 10 27 12 0
Three base hits Lauder, Buelow, Si
mon, Eastman. Home run Green.
Struck out By Hughes, 5; by East
man, 7. Umpire Wheelock.
Peoria will play today and tomor
row with the All Star team of the
pi Hi Hi -Pflpl j it
FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE ARGUS,
CLOSE OF THE SEASON, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF RUDD, NEAL,
PHOTOGRAPH WAS TAKEN.
Kitty league, which is headed by Frank
Crdnr Itnpiils Win Acuta.
Cedar Rapids won another gani'j
from Canton yesterday 7 to 5.
ROCK ISLAND LIST
OF PLAYERS HELD
All With Team at End of Season Ex
cept Lakaff Reserved cr Un
Piesideut Sextou of the local base
ball association, has notified Secretary
Farrell of the National ba&eball com
mission of the reserving of the follow
ing players for next season by the
Rock Island club:
Regulars J. B. McConnell. William
Forney, O. F. Rudd. C. C. Wanner. L.
P. Cook. Dow Vandine, Walter Car
lisle, Al Swalm. Christy Wilson. J. J.
Scott. A. C. Spanton. Dave Milligan.
Suspended and reserved Arthur
Lundin, Thomas Thompson. James
of Fall Styles
in Desirability or Value
We Invito the Interest of Men of Particular
Taste in the Presentation of Our Fall Suits
SH2.50 to $25.00
Redmond, William Eads, C. D. Deane,
Jack Woods, W. R. Smith.
Purchased and reserved L. W. Ba
ker, from Eua Claire. Wis.
It will be noticed that the three play
ers secured from the Kearney, Neb.,
team, Cy Black. Roy Dowers, and Har
ry Howard, who finished the season
here, are not named in the foregoing.
All are under contract for next year,
LINEUP FOR GAME TOMORROW
Black Hawks and 2600'a to Contsst for
Tri-City Amateur Championship.
The charrpionship of the tri-citics
among amauur teams will be settled
tomorrow afternoon at the Island City,
park when the Black Hawks and 2C00's,
both of this city, will clash, the gamu
beginning at 3 o'clock. Following will
be the lineup of the two teams:
2(0's Hugo Wilson, c; Christy Wil
son, p; Lyons, 2b; Trainor, If; Grogan.'
lb: Price, ss: Thompson, 3b; Miller,
rf: Burns, cf.
Black Hawks Bruha, 3b; Engmann,
ss; Seward, cf; Ruths, If; McCormack,
c; Wilson, 2b; Marshall, rf; Price, lb;
-a4 f tiK -Scv; 1
INCLUDING ALL THE REGULAR MEMBERS OF THE TEAM AT THE
AND SPANTON, WHO WERE OUT OF THE CITY AT THE TIME THE
FOR NEW DIRECTOR
Rsception Tendered Harry Franks
and Family at Y. M. C.
PROSPECTS HERE BRIGHT
In Response to Welcome, Mr. Franks
Says Field is Premising One Ex
perience in Work.
Many members of the Y. M. C. A.
and their friends greeted Harry Franks
and family at an informal reception
tendered in their honor at the associa
tion rooms last evening. A delightful
program was given which consisted of
readings and musical numbers, and the
evening's entertainment was a most en.-
Fhysical Director of Y. M. C. A.
joyable oae. Mr. Franks in his response;
to the address of welcome by G. C.
Blakske thanked the association and
the helpers who had so kindly enter-,
tained in his honor, and said that h
felt very much encouraged at the pros
pect in the local field. He spoke of the
Itock Island Y. M. C. A. as a field pre-!
senting excellent opportunities and con-
gratulatcd Rock Island on the excel
lently equipped association building.
A piano solo by Miss Grace Abraham
was the first number on the program,
after which Robert Rexdale recited two
of his poems in his very entertaining j
way. After a piano duet by Frank and !
Walter Young, Robert Rexdale recited
another poem, and G. C. Blakeslee gave I
the eddress of welcome, to which Mr. I
Franks responded. The association
helpers served refreshments after thej
la Mitn of ICxperimrr.
Harry Franks received his training
for physical work in the Y. M. C. A.'
from some of the leading physical di
rectors in the country, having devoted
his life to this work. He completed
his training at the summer training
school for Y. M. C. A. men at Lake
Geneva. He was formerly connected
with the Y. M. C. A. at St. Joseph, Mo,1
which has one of the largest associa
tions in Missouri. He went from St.
Joseph to the Peoria association, where
he remained for three years. He has
received calls to a number of larger
fields, and the local directors were
fortunate in securing him.
Chinese Detective Force. I
The Chinese detective force is a se-
I ' ' f , d
I i-X y .
cret body, and the best organized in
the world. Its members keep an eye
on every man, woman or child, and,
in addition, watch one another.
Miss Harriette Cropper Soloist With
Band in Last Program of
The closing concert of the season at
the Watch Tower last evening by
Petersen's band was one of the most
delightful musical events of the sum
mur. Miss Harriette Cropper, formerly
of this city, who is here from New
York for a visit, accompanied by her
parents, now of Chicago, being the
soloist of the evening. Miss Cropper's
appearance attracted a large audience
of the music lovers of the three cities,
and tboise who were present were
charmed with her selections. She
sang "Nymphs and Fauns," and re
sponded to the applause by singing
the intermezzo from "Cavalaria Husti
cana." She was recalled the third time
and repeated a part of the intermezzo.
The concert of last evening conclud
ed the 11th season of the band con
certs at the Watch Tower, and this
season under the management of Di
irector Albert Petersen and Henry
Sonntag has been the most successful
of all. Already plans are being made
for next year's season, when even
greater things are planned for the
Watch Tower. The season at the
Schuetzen park closes with the con
cert next Tuesday evening, when Miss
Cropper will again be the soloist with
B A L L
Island City Park.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 23.
BLACK HAWKS VS. 2600'S
Black Hawks Frank Iaknff
and Charles McCormack.
2f,no-s "Christy" Wilson and
brother, Hugo Wilson.
$50 and Tri-City Amateur Cham
pionship. GEORGE BENNETT will give
as prizes to spectators the follow
ing baseball goods:
First $5 Spalding sweater.
Second 12.50 Reach fielding
Third $1.25 Spalding ball.
Fourth $1.25 Spalding ball.
Fifth $1.00 Victor mushroom
Game Called at 3 P. M.
GRAND STAND FREE.
Home Players Off Form Crowd of
22,000 Pack Park and See Pets
Chicago, Sept. 22. New York slaugh
tered the white sox in both games of a
double header on the South side
ground yesterday and now holds first
place in the slashing pennant battle
by one game. The score of the first
game was C to :5, and the second re
sulted 4 t 1, a bad rainstorm ending
the contest after six innings.
The double defeat was a stinging
blow to the enormous outpouring of
fans over 22.000 jammed the park
but it needn't have been taken so
much to heart. Two games remain to
be played with the Highlanders, and
if the sox capture one of them they
will send the New Yorks on their way
only one game to the good, which mar
gin ought to be easy for the Chicagos
to overcome if they strike their gait.
rr OflT Form.
The Sox were off form in both
games, but at that came mighty near
winning the first event on the double
bill. George Rohe, Tannehill's substi
tute at third base, blew up in the pinch
and tossed off the first game. George
Davis, too, had a big hand in giving
the New Yorks the opening encounter.
In the second the Sox never had a
look-in. as the Highlanders made 10
hits off Owen in six innings to three
for the Sox off Hogg, and therefore
there was no question about the win
ner in the closing affair.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 107 31 .750
New York SI) "51 .C3C
Pittsburg 85 51 .012
Philadelphia CI 75 .401
Cincinnati C,?, SO .441
Brooklyn 58 81 .413
St. Louis 50 92 .2.
Boston 15 95 .321
N-?w York S4 53
Chicago S3 54
Cleveland 70 50
Philadelphia 75 CO
St. Louis OS 08
Detroit C3 73
Washington 52 87
Boston 40 90
Springfield . . .
Wheeling . . . ,
Evansville . . .
South Bend ..
Terre Haute 43 103
W. L. Pet
Des Moines 03 45 .074
Omaha 57 ,55 .509
Lincoln 07 CS .490
Denver 02 74 .450
Sioux City 03 75 .4 50
Pueblo 55 SO .los
W. L. Pet
Burlington 82 39 .078
Oskaloosa 73 19 ..r.o;i
Fort Dodge 07 48 .583
Marshalltown 05 53 .551
Keokuk ol 00 .450
Clinton 40 08 .401
Waterloo 47 70 .382
Ottumwa 42 77 .3
New York, 4; Chicago, 5.
Boston. 5; Pittsburg, 1.
Philadelphia, 1; Cincinnati, 2.
Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 2.
Chicago, 3-1; New York, G-4 (second
game six innings).
Detroit, 5; Washington, 4. j
Cleveland. 5-1; Boston, 1-4. .
S Loirs, 11; Philadelphia, 3 (eight
Springfield, 2; Wheeling 1 (11 in
South Bend, 5; Evansville, 0.
Terre Haute, 5; Grand Rapids, 3.
Canton. 0; Dayton, 0.
Burlington, 8; Fort Dodge. 7 (11 in
Keokuk, 4; Waterloo, 1.
Clinton, 5; Ottumwa, 2.
Oskaloosa, 5; Marshallown, 2.
Lincoln, 2; Omaha, 1.
Pueblo, 0; Dcs Moines, 1.
Denver, 9; S'oux City, 0.
Chicago. Sept. 22. Following are the
market quotations today:
September. 72, 72, 72. 72.
December. 74, 75. 74,, 74.
May, 78. 79Va. 78. 78.
September, 47, 47, 47, 47.
December, 42, 42. 42, 42.
May, 43. 43, 43, 43&.
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Some men can wear the ex
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December, 332. 33. 83.
May, 34. 3Ti. 34, 31.
September, closed 10. 0u.
January, 13.17. 13.25. 13.17, 13 22.
September. S.9' S.to. R.!o, g.90.
October, S.R7, 8.90, s.S5, 8.87.
January .7.77, 7.80, 7.77, 7.80.
eptcmber. S.97. 9.00. S.97. 9.00. J
Octobe r, 8.55, 8 .00. S 55, 8.57. f
January, 7.07, 7.07. 7.05. 7.07.
Receipts today Wheat 74. corn 443.
oats 258, hogs 7.000, cattle 20ft, hecp
IImj; market opened strong to 5c
higher. Hogs 1 f t over 2o. Light
0.25?0.7O, mixed and butc h rs O.Oif,
0.70. good heavy 5.85y 0.55. rough heavy
Cattl market opened unchanged.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha O.ooo. cattle 000.
Hogs at Kansas City 5.ooo, cnttle 2,
00O. U. S. Yards. 8:10 a. m. Hog mrket
strong to 5c higher. Light 0.25''j '0.7".
mixed and butchers G.oOffO.70, good
heavy 5.056? G. 00, rough heavy 5.85(5)
Cattle market steady. Beeves 5.10fi
0.90, cows and heifers L:iOft 4.40, Block
ers and feeders 2.40?; 4.S0.
beep market steady.
Hog market closed steady. Light C. 25
drjfG.70, mixed and butchers G.00G.7o.
good hevy 5.055O.CO, rough heavy 5.05
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Jtocka.
New York, Sept. 22. Gas 89',-j. U. P.
180. I'. S. Steel preferred P'0, U.
S. Stcd common 45'. Reading 149.
Rock Island common 27. ). & W. 49Vi.
Southern Pacific 95. N. Y. Central
142t. Missouri Pacific 97. L. & N.
149. Smelters 151',. C. F. I. 56,
Canadian Pacific 177 Vi. I'enna 141.
Erie 47'4. C. A O. 03. B. R. T. 79U.
R. & O. 123li. Atchison K'0. Ixcomo
tlve 75, Sugar 130, St. Paul 177V2. Cop
per 113. Republic Steel common
37. Southern Ry. 37.
New York. Sept. 22. Reserve in
crease, $7,119,525; reserve less U. S.
increase, $9,715,275; loans increase, $7,
422,200; specie increase, $13,170,000;
legals decrease, $949,500; deposits In
crease, $17,703,900; circulation In
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