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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, MOXDAV, JL'Lr 25, 1910.
QUEISSER HAS A
WILD DAY; LOSE
Islanders Defeated in Three of
Four-Game Series With
TIGHE DELIVERS LECTURE
Calls His Men on Carpet at Conclu
sion of Sunday Contest and Tells
Them a Few Things.
Rock Island at Springfield.
Davenport at Danville.
Dubuque at Bloomington.
Waterloo at Peoria.
Danville. 111., July 25. -Special.)
Queisser'8 wildness, with two timely
hits off Cavet, enabled Danville to
make it three straight over Rock Isl
and. Following the game, Manager
Tighe called .his men on the carpet
and gave them a curtain lecture, in
the third was the only time the visit
ors were at all dangerous. Singles by
Queisser, Callahan and Davidson
scored Queisser. Never again were the
visitors in the running, and only sharp
fielding prevented the score from
In Danville's half of the third Fisher,
Burns and Hopkins walker, Staley
singled to center, scoring the first two.
Wolfe was safe on a fielder's choice,
Hopkins being caught at third, and
Staley advancing. Hildebrand singled,
scoring Staley. The score:
ROCK ISLAXD. AB. R. H
Callahan, cf 3
Davidson, If 4
Manusch, rf 4
Slattery, lb 4
O'Leary, c 3
Kelly. 3b 4
Snyder, ss 4
Duffy, 1. Bases on balls Off Lakaff,
2; off Duffy, 2. Umpire Bannon.
In the second game Staley led off in
the second with a single. and Wolfe
was 6afe on a fielder's choice. Hilde
brand bunted and Dick heaved 15 feet
over Slattery, scoring Staley, Wolfe
going to third and Hildebrand to sec
ond. Ingalls was safe on a fielder s
choice when Wolfe was caught at
home. Magee singled, scoring Hilde
brand and Ingalls. A pass and two
singles in the fourth scored another
and a pass with singles by Hildebrand,
Duffy, Ingalls and Fisher scored Wolfe
A double by Davidson and a single
by Slattery scored one in the fourth,
while singles by Callahan and David
son, a sacrifice and a double by
O'Leary scored Davidson and Slattery
in the sixth. Callahan being caught at
home. Score of second game:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R.
Callahan, cf 2 0
Davidson, If 2 2
Manusch, rf 2 0
Slattery, lb 3 1
O'Leary, c 3 0
Kelly, 3b 3 0
Snyder, ss 3 0
Vogel, 2b 3 0
Dick, p 2 0
Stark 1 0
P. A. E.
Total 24 3
DANVILLE. AB. R.
Magee, 2b 4 0
Fisher, ss 3 0
Burns, If 3 0
Hopkins, rf 3 0
Staley, lb 3 1
Wolfe, c 1 l
Hildebrand, cf 3 3
Ingalls, 3b 3 1
Benz, p 2 0
Duffy, p l o
H. P. A
2 3 0
0 3 2
0 0 1
0 3 2
0 0 3
0 0 0
6 IS 10
H. P. A
0 0 0
0 2 0
0 1 1
9 21 11
COe OH -you
STfi&r some -
SIT DOWN! SIT DOWN! AND BENJAMIN DID!
lotal 26 6 9 21 11 0
Batted for Dick in seventh.
Rock Island 000102 0 3
Danville 0 3 0 1 0 2 6
Two base hits Davidson, O'Leary.
Struck out By Dick, 1; by Benz, 1.
Bases on balls Off Dick. 2. Sacrifice
hits Fisher, Davidson, Manusch. Hit
by pitcher Callahan. Double play
Duffy to Fisher. Umpire Bannon.
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TWO TO LEADERS
Davenport Pitchers Are Rapped
Hard in Sunday Double
Bill at Capital.
HOME RUN BY JOHNSON
In Both Games Kinsella's Star Catch
er Gets Half Dozen IIit, Three
of Which Are Doubles.
FATS AND LEANS
SETTLE ON DATE
Will Play Annual Game of Base
ball at Park on Thursday,
FOR ASSOCIATION HOUSE
Miss Dina IJamser to Have Charge of
Financial End of (lame and to
nets, but they wore simply fooled by
the form shown by the locals. Brien
pitched great ball, holding the losers
to seven scattered hits and striking
out 11 of thom. The Sextons in the
meantime made IS safe bingles and
with the five errors made by the Coal
Towners piled up 17 scores. The home
runs by W. Ixing of the Sextons was
the feature of the name.
ED WALSH IS AS HOBBY.
Does Not Care Fen Victorios, but Like-)
Most every ball plaver lias his hobby
or peculiarity, ami Ed Walsh, tlie star
heaver of t li t Chicago Americans, has
I one that is just ab.mt the limit. Walsh
doesn't pay much attention to the shut
outs bo records. the .Times be wins, the
Magee. 2 b
Hopkins, rf ...
S 24 11 1
H. P. A. E.
12 4 0
THREE TIE IN MEN'S CUP
Fourth Preliminary Match at Arsenal
The fourth preliminary tourna
ment for the men's second handicap
cup played Saturday afternoon at the
Arsenal Golf club resulted in a tie
for first place. A. L. Moore, O. A.
The Fats and the Leans, after a
month of sparring and fighting for
time, have at last signed up for
their annual baseball contest and it
will take place at Island City park
Aug. IS, on which date the Islanders
will be away and theirs will be the
only attraction in the baseball arena
in this city. The game will be play
ed this year for the benefit of the
newly opened Association house on
Seventeenth street and .Miss Din a
Ball Players Hit by Pitched
Balls Often Lose Form as
b-tit--. ;!.! i i'erenf lias lioen
li'K h to the medio. re? for the last two
It was :; pitched bail that cut short
I'aronf's career in the major eirganl
at ion. F:i I lie season of 1007 the clev
r little frenchman was bowled over
by a swiftly pitched ball, and he never
has battled strong since.
MAY FORCE CHANCE OUT
Cubs' Great Leader, Struck on Head
by Ball Recently, May .Manage
Team from Bench.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
Springfield, 111., July 25. Heavy Lit
ting, superior playing and good pitch
ing by Laudermilk and Middleton on
Loth ends of a double bill for SprUm
field. Johnson's long home run In iht
fiisi game was a featu-?. In boih
eames he made six hits,' three dauble.
'I he score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A C
Lofton, cf 1 1 5 1
Shaller. If 0 0 0 0
Meloan, rf 1
Johnson, lb 2
Hartley, c 0
Bell. 2b 0
Elausser, ss 0
MoGuire, 3b 1
Laudermilk, p 0
Being hit by a pitched ball may
cause Frank Chance to quit as an ac-
hits made off him or the bases on balls i tive player and manage his team from i Davenport
he passes out. I. tit tie does dote on his the bench, lu the fourth inning of a .Dubuque
Recently Walsh ptrcbed against
Cleveland and managed to win. more
through his masterly pitching than
through the efforts of his teammates.
A certain baseball critic happened to
meet Walsh after the game end re
marked That be was forced to the
limit to win. Walsh replied that hard
recent game with Cincinnati tin Cubs'
great manager was hit on the head by
ill pitched ball. He fell as if lie bad
been struck by a club. The ball, pitch
ed Willi nil t lie speed that Caspar com
manded, struck the manager o.u the
left temple and cut open bis head. At
the expiration of live minutes lie was
Springfield 56 25
ROCK ISLAND 44 36
Waterloo 45 3S
Peoria H 3S
I;ioomin;;ton 4ft 43
Danville "5 40
Ohland. cf 2
i Darringer. ss 0
pet, Xadeau, ,f ' 1
691 Dolycross, lb 0
Hickman. 2b 0
Cooley, 3b 0
r.i c Coleman, c 0
432 e,son. P 0 "
luck was pursuing him this spring, and j al1,? to ''o''1' to the bench, where hi
.... ... ' lin.ljl t. .1,1.1 irr.nl
that he should have won all but a few
Total 27 3 5 27 S
Rock Island 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 o l
jjanviue nnsoonnn a 1
Stolen bases Fisher (2), Burns,
Davidson. Struck out By Loomis, 1;
by Queisser. 4: bv Cavet. 2. Bases' on
balls Off Loomis. 2: off Queisser, 4;
off Cavet, 2. Umpire Bannon.
u J- -weuuougn eacn ; ruenlbers of the SOeietV will bo
came home three down to bogey. Thejeral v,.holLer tho buvors of ti,.Uot
i"S'i winu oi taturaay causea the
0 i scores to be much higher than usual
only seven players beating bogey.
"By the way, how many games have
you won and lost this year?" llie big
fellow was asked.
"You've get me there." he replied. "1
haven't tho slightest idea how I stand
A. L. Moore
C. Q. Barnard . . .
W. J. McCullough
J. N. Van Patten
F. C. Denkmann .
F. W. Bahnsen . . .
W. D. Middleton .
E. C. Mueller . . .
C. K. Mixter
' G. L. Eyster
F. G. Allen
C. J. Cooper . . .
F. E. Hobbs .
G. W. French . . .
E. C. Crosset
C. li. Schmidt . . .
W. R. Alexander ,
Tighe's Men Outplayed
In All Departments in
Saturday Double Header
Danville, 111., July 25. Danville cut
hit, outgeneraled and outran the visit
ors on the bags Saturday, while phe
nomenal fielding figured in tho result.
Duffy had the visitors guessing at all
times and never were they able to as-L. W. Mitchell .
semble hits off him. while in the second j J. P. Maxwell .
Benz allowed the visitors to cluster j Harry Ainsworth
hits twice and it looked as if they X. D. Ely ....
wers to do things. Duffy was rushed ! Otto Huber ....
to the rescre and not a bingle was the X. French
record off him, while Danville fell on A. H. McCandless
Dick for four additional hits and three
runs, sewing up the last game.
In the first game Magee bunted safe
in the fourth, stole second and hits
by Burns, Hopkins and Staley scored
two. Score of first game:
ROCK ISLAXD. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Davidson, If 4 0 2 2 0 0
Manusch, rf 4 0 2 3 0 0
Slattery, lb .4 0 1 11 1 1
Stark, c 3 0 0 3 0 0
Kelly, 3b , 3 0 0 1 2 0
Snyder, ss 3 0 0 1 n l
Vogel, 2b 2 0 0 0 2 0
Lakaff, p l o 0 1 3 0
O'Leary 1 0 0 1 0 0
Total 28 0 5 25 S 2
DAXVILLT. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Magee, 2b 5 1 1 4 6 0
Fisher, ss 4 0 1 2 5 1
Burns. If . . .' 3 1 2 2 0 0
Hopkins, rf 2 0 1 2 0 0
"U'oife, c 4 0 1 1 0 0
Hildebrand. cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Staley, lb 4 0 1 14 1 0
Ingalls, 3b 4 0 2 1 2 0
Duffy, p 4 0 10 10
Total 34 2 10 27 15 1
Batted for Stark in seventh.
Rock Island 00000000 0 0
Danville 00002000 i
Stolen bases Slattery. Magee..
Fisher. Struck out By Lakaff, 1; by
... 1 3
. . . 10
. . . s
. . . 17
. . . 4
. . . 5
. . . 13
. . . 11
. . . 10
. . . 15
. . . 14
. . . 8
. . . 16
. . . 0
. . . S
. 1 1
H. G. Copp
J. H. Hass
E. D. Bricker
V. L. Littig
H. B. Jordan . .
H. Schmidt 11
P. Roddewig 16
X. H. Greene 16
E. W. Woodcock ... 1 5
Paul Kersch 16
Louis Ostrom 5
J. L. Thatcher 17
Gus Tegeler 11
C. A. Bannister 18
2 down ; .
2 down i
.'! down j
3 down !
4 down !
4 down J
4 down !
itamser, ponce matron ann oi gaui.:er of tho .,.xnu iu which he worked but
of the Association house society, will I for tourh breaks
be in charge ot the financial end .:f
tho game. Tickets will be ',.'.n- ('
on sale as soon as possible and tli ?
peet to go to the gamo or hot, as '
the money is needed at the hour!
which is supplying a long f.jlt n; !
in the city. It serves as a rest room
and a lodsring place for girls and wo
men who have no other place to go j
and who by going there are in many !
enses kept out of bad places.
AtiilmiH for (lie I-'ray.
Both teams "nave been ready for
some time to play and both are
anxious for the contest to take place.
The slender contestants will be rip-J
tained by C. E. Eberhart and O. L I
Bruner is to be captain of the lie.ivy
weights. Last year the fat men vd
a walkaway with the game, win
ning by a Imge sTore despite every j
effort on the part of the losers, audi
this time the loan men hope to v-.t
even for the defeat and to aeniit) I
it fully. Accordingly thev have been
! practicing faithfully while the rat.
: have been doing nothing but c-rag-;
gitig of their past victory. '1 be re
sult will probably bo that the game!
will be much closer than l:i5t car j
and correspondingly more t-scitini; j
and interesting if such a is i
possible. Some of the speviitor-j at :
the game last year nearly died with
laughter at the antics cut up t.y tiie
members of both teams and the garnet
will certainly be worth while see-j
ing while the mr.tive behind it makes
it doubly worth while.
r.D -wat.su. ctitcaoo AVF.riCAxs"
A Frightful Wreck.
of train, automobile or buggy may
cause cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklen's
Arnica Salve earth's greatest healer.
Quick relief and prompt cure results.
For burns, boils, sores of all kinds, K( fjocfc i'eiand
now, but I have struck out seventy
two me:: s: far."
The critic was more than surprised
to learn that the strikeouts interested
Walsh more than any other feature of
bis work, and be frankly confessed
that keeping track of his strikeouts
was bis one ai:d only hobby in baseball.
100 Block Team" Manager, Joe
Gstettenbauer, Rock Island freight do
"2600 Team" Manager, Clareno
Mart, 2700 Fifth avenue, Rock Island.
Rock Island, Independent Manager,
E. Saunders, 13G Fourth avenue, Mo
The Sextons Manager. T. C. Roan
tree P. O. Box 4C4, or telephone 1175
eczema, chapped hands and lips, sore
eyes or corns, it's supreme. Surest
pue cure, 25 cents at all druggists
Teething children Tiave moTe or
less diarrheoa, which can be control
led by giving Chamberlain CMic,
Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy. All
that is necessary is to give the pre
scribed dose after each operatic o of
the bowels more than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse tho sys
tem. It Is safe and sure. S'ld by
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diseases like scaldhead, catarrhal troubles etc While the young are the usual
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THE SWXTX SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA- OA,
Charles H. Crippen, 1412 Twenty-sixth
avenue. Phone East 390 L.
Butchers Manager, George Huber,
old phone west 546, new 5498.
Young & McCombs Ralph Kent,
manager, Young & McCombs store.
Bennetts Manager, Mat J. An
drews, phone W. 10.34, or address
Lawndales, manager. Earl Ihrig, 1113
Twelfth street; old phone 1149Y.
Grc-cnbush Manager, S. Wahiheim,
2713 Eighth-and-a-half avenue.
West Ends Manager, Ad Moiensky,
720 Xinth avenue; old phone 609L.
Excelsiors Address 824 Twenty
first street; old phone 4G2Y.
Cbaso P! ;'i3 Sensational Game.
Hal Chase of the New York Ameri
cans is piaying marvelous ball for the
Yankees. Stallings" infielders do not
have to loo!; where they nre throwing,
for Chase is grabbing the ball when
ever it is within tive feet of him.
3Ick H33 Suro Peg.
Block, the Chicago American catch
er. Is sure death to base stealing. lie
has a splendid whip and adds a deal
of strength to the bnckstopping.
head was bandaged.
Being hit by a pitched bn'l seems to
take the lie; .! 1 ft of many ball toss
ers. Baseball histcrv slums that near
ly every star player that hs been in
jured by being struck by a thrown
ball is never the same afterward.
Ft instance, there is "I:::i"lv Carr,
now manager of the In li iv.-poi;--, team
in the American association. Several
years ago Carr looked Uke t!i; best
batting and fielding first baseman in
the country, lie had his nose broken
by a pitched ball while traveling with
the Detroit club in the sevh. He was
never able to maintain l.is previous
batting ability after that. Detrdt
traded him to Cleveland f"r Ili -kman.
and Cleveland s!;l !;i:?i to Cincinnati.
rr"in the last na:r.(d town he went to
Indianapolis, where he has been ever
Hughey Jennings bad bis big league
career out short by being hit with n
pitched ball, as did Oom Pa;:! Kruger.
formerly of Pittsburg. Danny Hoff
man was Connie Mack's most valuable
outfielder until be stopped an inshoot
with bis eye. The following year he
was of little value to Philadelphia and
was sold to New York. From there
he went to St. Louis, where he has
shown some improvement.
(.nvc ll.irlx-au : Jolt.
Eddie Summits when with In.li "Tivp
ol's gave Jap P.arbeau a terrific t!t
on the head. For a time if was ihoiighf
that I!':rbeau would die js the result
of the blow, but b' finally recovered
and played : brilli.- nt game at short
for Toledo the following season. But
he has not bit as well as formerly.
Then there was Bill Bradley, whose
arm was broken by an inshoot -delivered
by Bill Hogg, who died recently.
Prior to his accident Bradley was a
.300 bitter and as much feared by op
posing pitchers as Nap T.n.Joio. Bat
such is the casp no more. Prior to
being bit by Hogg. Bradley v.-.-is fain
cd as being particularly skillful bi tak
ing his base as a result of !oi::g hit
with a pitched ball. Af; r that mem
orable game at New York be attained
first by such means less frequently.
Terry Turner has been of little value
to Cleveland for two seasons on ac
count of injuries, although when be
did play he showed better form than
ever before. Elberfeld has been an
In and outer because of frequent aeel
Chicago 51 29
! Cincinnati 41 41
. Xow York 47 35
'Pittsburg 14 34
; Philadelphia 39 42
j St . Lou is 3S 47
Biooklyn 31 5i
J Boston 32 55
! AMERICAN' LEAGUE.
Philadelphia 56 26
Boston 51 32
New York 51 31
Det-oit 46 11
Cleveland 35 13
Washington 35 19
Chicago 33 5u
St. Louis 24 56
i W. L.
St. Paul 5S
Toledo ' 56
Kamas City 46
Ioiii:, ille 36
I Total 3 5 24 S 2
Springfield 2 1 0 0 0 002 3
.Davenport 1 0 2 00 0 00 0 3
Fct. j Stolen bases Foutz, MeGulre' (2).
.651 j Two base hits Meloan, Johnson. Dar--57S
, rkinger. Home run Johnson. Struck
.573 out By Laudermilk. C; by Xelson, 4.
.57u Bases on balls Off Laudermilk, 4; off
.4S1 Nelson, 2. Passed ball Coleman. I'm
.417 pire Eckman.
1 Second game:
Springfield 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 g ft
Davenport 0 0 000 0 0 0 5 1
I Batteries Middleton and Hartley;
Archer. Walsh and Coleman.
lllniiinlnKton Donna Watrrlno,
Bloomington, 111., July 25. Bloom-
"l9 J1S u IrtyjIJ fjdUlC III Mi"
"jj fourth on hits by Xunamaker and
' j j -I Roudebush and sacrifices by Melchior
'j,,siond Erwin. The score:
3,,,) I WATERLOO.
j A. Lcr.g, rf
pct I Fremer, 2b ....
.61 1 ;
Danville. 3; Rock Island. 1.
Bloomington. 3; WWcrloo. 1.
Springfit Id. 5 4; Davenport, ;
Peoria, 3; Dubuque, 2.
Cincinnat i, 6 ; Philadelphia. 1.
S. Louis. 1: New Yor'.;. 4.
X,;- Beiter. lb .
.593 Eeidy. cf . .
.577 Chapman, 3b
.489 : WilKcs, ss
.462 Sea.Ies. c .
517 Patton, p ..
371 Total 1
Cod win. If ft
Keenan. 3b 0
F. Long, cf 0
Nunamaker. c 1
MeWhicr. lb 0
R.-uidebush. 2b 1
Erwin. rf 0
Sta"n. ss 1
Davidson, p 0
R. H. P.
C 24 12
H. P. A.
Zephyrs From the Diamond
Don't get alarmed. Mr. Fan. Of the 'the pennant last ye?r. Today, after a
10 games Rock Island has played dur- j conference with President Lynch and
ing the present trip abroad four have j after having gained some knowledge I
been won. Not such an awfully bad
average, is it?
Two teams of youngsters, one call
ing itself the Bethany Home Slug
bers, and the other the Edgewood
Buffalo. X. Y. July 25 Manager
Smith of the Buffalo Eastern league
team is angling for Outfielder Zacher
of the Cardinals. Roger Bresnahan
has been offered Noah Henline, the
Bisons' speedy fly-gatherer, if he will
let Zacher come this way.
of the matter. Chairman Garry Herr-!E;1!T.e 13 inr.inis).
Chicago. 5 5; Bos' on. 3 0.
X.i games scheduled.
Indianapolis. 1; St. Pail, 6.
I.oi.isville, 4 4; Minneapolis, 9 6.
Columbus, ft 6; Milwaukee, 1 7.
Toledo. 11 -11; Kansas City, 2 2.
Om.' ha. 1; Tes Moines. 2.
Topeka. 7 S : St. Joseph, 12 1.
Lincoln, 3: Sioux Ci'y. 7.
Wichita. 58; Denver. 71 (first
game 12 inninsst.
C E NTRAL L E A ( '. UK.
Evansvilie. 2: Kerr Wnne, 1.
Wheeiing. ;',; Srar. l kapids. 2.
Torre Haute. ;; Dayton. 1.
Zancsville. 6: South Mend. 3.
Keokuk. 1; Quint y, ft.
Hannibal. 2: Monmouth. 1.
OtMimwa. 5; Kev;r.iee, A.
Burling'on. 2: Galot-iiuig, 5.
Fond d:i Lac, 2; Racine, 3 (15 in
Green Bay. ft; Rotkford. 3.
Appleton. 1ft; Aurora. 4.
0.-;hl:o,b. 2; Madison. 3.
Lincoln. 15; Clinton, 02 (first
4 27 14
Waterloo 10000000 0 J
Bloomington 00 1 2 0000 3
Stolen bases A. Ing. Belter. Two
1 ase hit Collins. Struck out By
Davidson. 1 ; by Patton. 2. Bases 00
'balls Off Davidson, 1; off Patton. 2.
I mp;te Carruthers.
IVorln Wallop buhuqnr.
Peoria. 111., July 25. Peoria 6c'.ol
F."bcr in the seventh and won casiiy.
6 to 2. The feature was a mighty home
run drive by Biltz. Score:
matin of the national commission
granted the request and ordered an
Business Manager J. T. Hayes of
the Davenport team telegraphed Satur
day from Springfield: Wolfe was re
leased to make way for Catcher R.
i Coleman, who is a big young fellow
with a good arm and bright future.
Waterloo Courier: There is talk of who was with Springfield. Foutz will
new leagues and rearrangement of the ! play right field, w here he belongs.
Park Juniors, played a game Satur-lold at the present time, but this is 1 This ought to improve his hitting. teo.
day afternoon and the Bethany Home tho time for such talk. By the time j Holycross will be on first base, which
lads were defeated by the one-sided 'of the annual meetings next fall and will also help out batting. All the
score of 14 to 4. It is planned to
have three games anel the winners
will claim the championship of the
"east end of the city.
The Sextons went to Coal Town yes
terday afternoon and administered a
merciless drubbing to the town team
of that place, the final count being 17
to 5. The Coal Town aggregation de
feated the Rock Island Bennetts re
cently and they expected to have an
the national meeting to be later there 1 pitchers are working good. With the
should be practical and agreeable line-1 new lineup today we looked like a real
up of the towns that support organized I ball club. We play a double header
baseball and want to continue in the here tomorrow, in which Nelson will
pleasant occupation of "digging" every j work in one of the games. John Geyer.
so often. ' who has been released, will leave fo!
j Davenport tomorrow morning. Except
Cincinnati, Ohio. July 25. As a re-j the pitchers Ohland and Hickman ar t
suit of stories published in an eastern the only ones left of the club we start-
Can'on, 7: Jacksonville, ft.
Macomb, 4 5; Pekin, 36.
newspaper reflecting on his integrity j ed out with last spring. We look bet
as president of the Pirates, Barney ;ter now than we ever did but we will
Dreyfuss has demanded an inve3tiga-1 strengthen every chance we get. The
easy time with the Sextons who hadltion of the charge that he has paid j best ball town in the league is en
previously been trimmed b-j the Ben-4 fat bonuses to his nlayers for winning 1 titled to a good club.
DON'TS FOR THE DRIVERS.
Don't dismantle the engine en
tirely if it refuses to start. You
may find that you have not
turned 011 the switch or the
Don't chase back along the
road looking for a missing cylin
iler. i'ou will probably laid the
trouble right under the boi.d.
Don't get a swelled head Just
because you own or drive an au
tomobile, and remember that ev
ery man. especially the one on
foot, has as much right to be on
the street as you have.
Don't do anything either in ad
justing or oporfTing the cur that
is not entirely s.-iuh and logical.
It is much better to be slow and
sure than to be swift and careless.
B ul.of, cf
II. Darringer, 2b
R. Parrinrer, ss
B nver, 2b
Lerehen. I'j ....
, .1 0
.2 6 24 1 !
R. H. 1'. a
Hovlik, p 0 0
Total c 9 27 15 1
oria 1 0000023 "-;
Dubuque 1 00 1 00 000 :
Stolen base Moore 2). Two baie
hits H. Dairinger, Bewer, Rowa-?.
Johnson. Three base hits H. Darri i
ger, Moore. Johnson. Home run
Biltz. Bases on balls Off Faber. 2;
off Hovlik. 2. Struck out By Fab-r,
7; by Hovlik. 7. Umpire Daly.
(iainra of SaiurAmx.
Davenport 10000000 0 1
Springfield ...0000 000000
Batteries Smith and Walsh;
ger and Hartley.
Dubuque 10000100 0 2 6 ?
Peoria 03100300 0 7 10 1
Batteries Beach and Aimuisen;
Ray and Kelly.
Waterloo 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02 12 1
Elcomlngton ..0 0 00 000 00 0 7 3
Batteries Patrick and Searlen;
Walsh and Xunamaker.