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THE ROCK ISLAXTJ ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTE1MBER 14, 1911.
CQP 2 CONTESTS
Glanders Win Both Ends of a
Double Bill From Dubuque
Hustlers 2-1; 2-0.
SCHLIEBNER HITS A HOMER
. Amateur Eecxutt Shows That His
First Fonr-Sacker Was Not of
'PACKTS IN FOR WORST ROUGHING HE EVER
COT." SAYS AD; BOTH FIGHTERS CONFIDENT
Rock Island . at Waterloo.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Quincy at Peoria.
Stepping Into the breach at the
crucial moments o the double bill at
Island City park yesterday afternoon,
the Islanders were able to cop both
end of the bill from the Dubuque
Hustlers. The first game ended 2 to 1
and was a .ninth inntng finish for both
teams, each securing a run in that
stanza, The second game was a
blanketing for the up-river team, end
ing 2 to 0. In the first game, Roy
Whiteside, though wild as a March
hare throughout, allowed but six hits,
and till the ninth inning kept the vis
itors away from the plate. Then they
seeured their one run of the day, an.l j thein, but fai'ng t;. knoci: tneui out -f
ilea tne islander score, only to b - ( tne reach of the f ellers. In the :;ixth.
downed In the last half of the inning, j however, ir.:ilv was given Jen v. ide
In the second game, Paul Davidson, "ones. To make certain that he would
former Islander, essayed to pitch. He ' Fecure his base, he managed to step
held the locals down to five bingles. jne of the slants with his body. In
all of the one sack variety. Liut his f galls sacrificed neatly. Snyder hit to
wildness, coupled with a pair of er- Plass, who managed to e'2ge in a boot,
rors, ended in his defeat. while Kelly went to third. Gonding
first is cook's a fin. j worked the squeeze play to perfection
It was the first double victory in ! by bunting to Davidson, and before the
one afternoon in a coon's ape for the fielder-twirler could field it. Kelly had
Islanders, and it came as a pleasing scored and Gonding and Snyder were
snrprise to the few fans who liavo , fe on the first and second sac ks,
striven to uphold the attendance hero, j Schlicbner walked. He was playing off
The fortunes of baseball were break I first, and Cooper hurled ore to Mel
ir.g for the Island-re. while the Hus'-' rlloir to naD nim- The throw was bad,
lers had to contend with reverses. On j al'd 'hi'e Meichoir raced after it, Sny.
Lit-and-run plays, the Islanders had a(lpr crossed the pan and Gonding went
shade the best of it. and got away with ! to 'bird. Cook fouled out and then
all attempts, while Dubuque batted the ' Schliebr.er was caught off first.
balls that looked awfully ea6y and ev
ervbodv was ifkine a cood swing at
ball right into the hands of the Is
.ANOTHRK IIOMKIt KOK Kit CI I.
The first grime sailed merrily along
till the seventh inning before either
team could score a man. White-id
MAY STAGE BOUT
IN ANOTHER CITY
Billed for Tomorrow, Is
Called Off .
ATHLETIC CLUB GIVES UP
.Decision Is Reached After a Long
Conference With the State
( (KIK STIVfiY.
Cook was as stingy with hits as was
Davidson, and the support accorded
him, was somewhat looser, as live err-
ors were maae on mm. He was in
I several tight holes as a result of err-
was improving in form, and after thai01"- but managed to creep safely by.
thiid inning allowed but three hits , Tvv douMe play.s saved him on two
In the seventh inning Fred schliebn.-r : occasions. Iu tbe eighth inning, he
who has been holding down the initial ; "-S;f''' two men, but managed to creep: p(, off by the xatjonal Athletic club
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 14. Follow
ing the calUna off last night of the
Wolgast-McFarland bout here, it is be
lieved an effort will be made to stage
it elsewhere. It is said offers have
been received from several cities.
About $3'.Mni worth of tickets had
were able to secure Just four 'runs
and no more. The game waa called
with the score tied and the percent
age of the three topnotch teams the
same as It was before the game, for
Peoria and Decatur were hindered
again by rain.
Toledo, Sept. 14. Pitcher Baa
kette has been ordered to report to
Cleveland at once to make the last
trip east with the Naps and Armour
is dickering for the services of an
association flinger to fill his .place.
It was announced this morning that
Toledo will train in the south next
spring, but not at Chattanooga.
Cleveland, Sept. 14. Catcher
Jack Adams of Memphis and Out
fielder Dave Callahan of New Or
leans, who were conditionally releas
ed by Cleveland last spring, were or
dered today to report to the Cleve
land team in New York Sept. 19.
Cleveland will take four new pitch
ers on the last eastern trip.
Otto Vogel arrived in Rock Island
this morning from Tacoma. He was
given his salary till Oct. 1, and sent
home for the remainder of the sea
son, so that the team could cut down
on road expenses. Otto hit fairly
well and fielded with snap In the
seven games In which he participated.
He has signed with Tacoma for next
Tri-Cities Will Not Have as
Many Independent Football
Squads as Last Year.
WEST ENDS DROP OUT
Moline Organization Leaves the Field
Clear for the mini
The interscholastic football season
having started, the amateur and inde
pendent players are beginning to get
busy, though ftoni present prospects
there will not be as many independent
i teams in the three cities auring me
present season as there were last year.
The Moline West End club, several
times champions of the tri-cities and
sack for the Islanders, and fiiling the
bill capably, lifted the ball over the
left field fence for his second homer
in four days, thereby showing that his
stick work on the Sabbath was more
than mere luck. No one was on the
circuit at the time, so he trailed a
lone score over the pan. But it gave
the Islanders a run, and that run look
ed big till the ninth, when Dubuque
managed to chase a run over. Akers
was given a life at first on free trans
portation. Davidson sacrificed him to
second. II. Darringer grounded out.
Boucher stopped one of Whiteside's
:urves with his countenance, but wa.s
unable to continue in the game. Hoy
was somewhat up in the air as the re
sult of the wild heave, and H. Dar
ringer managed to crack out a hit to
right, scoring Akers from second. He
himself was nabbed at the second
Schliebner, first man up for the Is
landers in the nin
gain more glory, but
duce more than
Whiteside took m
hands and cracked
iout of the hole. The score:
' ROCK ISLAND A.B. R. H. P. A.
i Beehtold, If '- 0 0 4 2
Sherer, rf 3 0 0 0 0
Wooley. cf 4 0 1 2 0
Kelly, ob 3 1 0 3 2
jlngalls, 2b. 2 0 1 2 3
! Snyder, c 2 0 1 3 3
Gonding. c 3 0 1 3 0
Schliebner, lb 1 2 0 0 7 0
Cook, p 3 0 1 0 3
Total 24 2 5 24 13
DrRrQUE. A.B. R. H. P. A.
Davidson, p 4.0 1 0 3
R. Darringer, ss 3 0 1 1 1
Boucher, cf 4 0 0 0 0
H. Darringer. 3b. ... 3 0 1 3 4
Cooper, c 4 0 1 1 1
Meichoir, lb 3 0 0 12 3
Plass, 2b 3 0 0 2 2
Forsberg. rf 3 0 1 1 0
Kogge, If . 3 0 0 1 0
Total SO 0 5 21 14
j been sold for the bcut here. This will
; be refunded to the purchasers. ! champions of the state in 1910, have
! The Wclgast-.McFarland boxing uec;ueii not to reorganize this year,
i bout billed for Friday night was call- . ..... . . .. lk . t t t
d city title away from the west
in two hard fought
e held, nowever.
Uie better men
shortly after midnight, after a con
ference of the club officials, follow-i Ends last year
he lengthy conference be. ween j pames, will be in th
representatives and county of- , ...
, ... , .. (and possibly .some of
ficials together with Acting Governor , from xhe farmer cnainp,onB wiU in
' , . . . . , ! the IlHni lineup. The lllini squad has
It was evident from the stand tak-!..... . , . iah ht la r.
ranging games and will start practice
I)AVK I'OKTEHS TO PI-AY.
The West End club of Davenport,
to. ntfd among the tri-iity top-notch-(is,
although not quite in the class of
the two Moline reams of the past few
this year in
2: off Davidson. 5.
: by !
Beehtold hit a high one to center and ; Srnnehner. Bases on balls Off Cook
N hiteside went to third. Sherer hit
a grounder toward short, and just be-; ldson struck out
fore reaching Darringer, it took a bad Davidson. 6. Passed
bound and went out of reach, allow- i xime Gf game 1:10.
ing Whiteside to score the necessary I nolly and Eckiran.
run. The score
ROCK ISLAND . A.B
Bechold. If 4
Sherer. rf 4
Wooley, cf 4
Kelly. 3b 3
Ingalls. 2b 4
Courting, c 4
Sc.Pliebr.fr, lb 4
NOTES OF THE GAME
0 Ol Solong. Islanders of 1911. May your
3 0 last jaunt for games, be a lucrative
" 1 ' one.
0 Oj The Is'anders are off for Waterloo,
2 0 : to finish the season, and fight for the;
2 0 bottom position. j
2 0' Rowland as exceedingly quiet all.
1 ' en by the acting governor and sber
1 iff with the backing of the district
1 i attorney that an attempt to put the
coutest on would fail.
i.K(; i ii v c om-i:hk i:.
In a lengthy conference between
representatives of the National Ath-
Oiletic club, count v ot'icers and Act inn
n Cnv.nr Timma, M...-,- .;t,. years, will reorganize this year
Oition was discussed pro and con from j h"!;l's of copping the tn city title for
oi every possible angle and at the con-I their own city. Practice starts Sun
1! elusion Coernor Morris said hf '' c''ai afternoon at suburban island. Sev
O1 would not recede from his original ! t ral former Davenport high school men
lj position. He had. he said, read a ! have agreed to play with the team,
0, great deal about the proposed bout ! aud ,he prospects are excellent,
o'and weighed matters very carefully! no tkam HKKf: YET.
j before wiring Sheriff Arnold to see As yet no plans have been formula-
2 that tne law was obeyed. Governor I td for a team in Rock Island. I.ast
would not be permitted to carry out ; one is found who can take charge of
the bout. j the work of organization, the city can
"Injunction or no Injunction," have another strong aggregation to
J A I. . . , . . . ' ' V. l ..... . ...in s. . : . V V Tl!inAio i n e 17 H .
jjj Gonding ! ienii, me uui win iici ; cupe iiu uie imuvna ouu cov uuo
idive i'uice. ior in-city nonors
District Attorney V. C. Zabel said
he did not believe a court would is
sue an injunction restraining an of
ficer from enforcing the law and
should such proceedings be resorted to
he would uphold the sheriff In ig
noring the order.
th ch;.nc t!d,.l. is ft o o ft ii 9 C 2 l""s ""i "e as or ine opinion , year the Maroons were in
- . J w a lojauu v v v v . - . . , , . . . . . .
h fnii.,1 in rn 'r... ft ft o ft o ft ft ft ft' 1 "al lI'e Ka a prize ngnt hut their schedule was a poor
" - .v. v 1 t i UlilJ IC ..........V ' ' " " "... J , , . , . .... i
a rAv- ... tv,ii . . .. mereiy a ooxing contest. - thev failed to clear expenses
Z"ZZ Sacnnce nerfr- t .Kki.-fakm,.,st.,c-h. season. There is plenty of m
"";en bases i'lass. Miyuer. iourue piiijs ,. . . . . . , . j
a hit to enter; ... tinc. t' nenu rnoia saia tne contestans ; ior a tasi team, uuwever, ana n
t lift j uki iiibaii". on 'mvi v
Baseball Boiled Down
Rheumatism Reiievea in Six Hours.
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon tbe
system Is remarkable and effective.
It removes at once tbe cause and the
do6e greatly benefits. 76c and $1.00.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
Ave.. Rock Island and Gust Schegel.
20 W. Second St., Davenport.
Totals 33 2
Davidson. If ,
It. Darringer. ss . . .
H. Darnr.ger. 3b . ,
Ceo; r. c ,
Ko.-s'.ierg. rf ,
Akers. p ,
A B. R.
.. 3 "0
The much-touted Shortstop Chap-:
through the games yesterday, much to man or uavenport won t even be glv- :
en a cns.nce with the Cleveland j
Americans. He has been turned over j
8 27 1" ljthe surprise of all present.
H. P. A. E. ' Beatty was out of the game again,
1 2 0 0 his injured ankle still bi thering. MeL
0 1 1 u their rlayed fce lirst tack and Fors-
1 3 0 " 0 berg cavorted in the field.
2 2 2 0 ! Beehtold made one star catch In the
Manager Gcrding will take but 12'!
men vita him to Waterloo. JaeobseT
second game, when he came in almost will play fir-t b'se for the rtniaiciier : 6
. . . 1 - I 1. . 1 1 II . J . t . 1. . . " . 1 - 1 ;- , , . '
I lo iniiu aase una tauui a uy uaii, aim me te io;i. i lU'uner win oe lei.
2 2 0 : then doubled a man at second.
here, as he h?s a fane wirfi ar- arra-
4 ft o If the team does lose today, it is a ; teur team scheduled for Suniay.
0 0 0 lairiy strong I'.uisn icr iae laneuuero.
cut wh n
Kock Island ,
Di; OUQ'.le ,
! But there wii: be no remorse or des- Sterling, Ill.,0Pept. 14. Joseph
.23 1 ;
0 0 0 y o ft l (i 12
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Horr.e ruu-r-Schbebner. Sacrifice hi's
Snyder. Daviuson. Plass. Stolen base
Kelly. Double play Kelly to Schlieb
i.er. Pa.-rs on baJis Off Whiteside. S;
eff Akers. 4. Hit by pitched bail
Boucher. Struck out By Whiteside,
3: by Akers. C. Tine of game 1:25.
Umpires Connolly and Eckman.
lIK OX MX.I.K AM)
The second game which wss brought
pondtney if the team stays where it is. ; Killian, manager of the Winona team
Frcm the looks of that Dubuque ag
rreeation dv.rins; the last three games
they have as much right to that mon-j nor league topnotchers and will start
icker, "Hustlers" as has the Waterloo! on a barnstorming trip over Illinois,
bunch to "Bogsters." I
c the Wisconsin-Minnesota league,;
( cas irKamzen a oaseoau team of mi-
Whiteside pitched the best game ;
this season for him before the Island-1
er fans. He kept "the Dubuque play-;
ers g'.iessing. He passed eight men.!
but at that tbey could not secure hits:
enough .to send in runs.
Saginaw. Mich., Sept. 14. First:
Baseman Kutina, who is breaking in '
with the St. Louis Americans, has j
been reinstated by the Southern !
Michigan league. The day before he'
Joined St. Louis he was fined J35 for,
Scblicbner's long hit cleared the' choking an umpire. The fine has been
left field foul lir.e. and the bunch of paid by the Saginaw club.
Dubuque players who have been roast-j
ing him since their arrival here, have
shut ur like a bunch of clams. He al-
Saginaw, Mich., Sept. 14. PresI- i
dent Bowen of the Southern Michl-
tc zn abrupt end after Dubuque's half! ways takes a healthy swing at the ball j gan league -announced yesterdav his'
of the eighth ir.ning, because Connol- at least. (decisions on all protested games,
ly alleged iha he-could not see be-' The Dubuque players, who were! Kalamazoo gets one game added to
cause of darkness, was as devoid of j most anxious for a shortened game, ; the "won" column and Lansing loses
rrcs as the f.rs! contest. Itran alongi kicked lustily when Connolly told the j cue, thus clinching this year'i pea
tiil the sixth inning before the Is:and-'fans that it was dark. Dark or not, ; nant for the present champs.
er3 managed to get to Daridton and there had been enough baseba!! forj
his tcamrrates for the plays that would the day, and those who paid the money Danville and Quincy battled for 12
scud in the runs. Paul was serving npjto witness the games, were satisfied. ' innings yesterday and both teams ijg
Only, Sept. 14.
The big grl show by
Hough, Howard & Adams.
A Musical with Comedy
Special Prices 25c, 50c,
75c and $1.00. -
Hersche Is Poorly Supported,
While Not a Bobble Is Made
BABES AND SPEAKERS TIE
Game Called at End of 12th Inning
Hardgrov Weakens in the
Waterloo, Sept. 14. Hersche was
poorly supported and Waterloo lost
the second game of the series to Dav
enport. 4 to 1. Score:
WATERLOO R. H. P. A. E.
Collins, If 0 1 2 0 0
Long, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Fremer, 2b 0 3 2
Sours, cf 0 0 1
Belter, lb 0 0 6
Queisser, c 0 0-7
Wilkes. 3b . 1 3 3
Xagle, ss ........... 0 0 4
Hersche, p 0 1 0
Total 1. 8 27 i:
Sullivan, cf 1
Koepping, 2b 0
Bromwich, 3b 0
Chapman, ss 1
Ohland, rf 0
O'Leary, lb ,. .0
Godwin, If 0
Walsh, c .1 1
Nelson, p 1
R. H. P. A. E.
7 27 8
Davenport 20020000 0 4
Waterloo 00000010 0 1
Stolen bases Fremer , Wilkes, Chap
man. Struck out By Hersche, 5; by
Nelson, 6. Bases on balls Off
Hersche, 5; off Nelson, 6. Bases on
balls Off Hersche, 6; off Nelson, 3.
DARKNESS STOPS PLAT.
Danville, Sept. 14. Hardgrove
weakened in the eighth and allowed
three hits in a row. Quincy evening
the score. The game was called at
the end of the 12th on account of
DANVILLE R. H. P. A. E.
Ball, cf 1
Siner, 2b 1
Staley, lb 0
Kaylor, rf 0
Dowling, ss 0
Sullivan, If 1
Massing, c 0
Coombs, 3 b 0
LORD DIG HELP IN
Outfielder Bristol Lord has been
a mighty big help to the Athletics
in winning the American League
pennant. Lord was obtained from
the Cleveland club last season in
a trade for Utility Infielder Rath
and Mack's option on Joe Jack
son, then in the Southern League.
In spite of Jackson's development
Into a star of the first magnitude,
Mack declares he is'nt sorry the
deal went through. He is much
pleased with Lord's work.
and $1,00 expenses to meet Brown In
a 10-round bout in New York or any
other place. In addition Morgan of
fers to bet $25,000 Brown will beat the
champion, and will abide by the deci
sion of three out of five newspapers.
The proposed match is regardless of
the outcome between the champion
and McFarland, which is scheduled for
Milwaukee Friday night.
New York, Sept. 14. Frank TJfer,
manager of Carl Morris, the Oklahoma
giant who will box Jim Flynn 10
(Continued on Page Slx.
Hardgrove, p 1, 0 0 2
Chapman, p 0 0 0
1 I I BASEBALL
2 0 ,
1 0 i - . a it.
0 i i otancung ana acbuiis i
1 0 I -i
Total 4 10 36 12
Hartman, If 0 0
F. Donahue, 2b .0 0
Kerwln, rf 0 1
W. Donahue, cf . . . . 1 3
Myers, lb 1 3 14
Kahl, 3b 1 1 1
Hill, ss 0 1 6
Forney, c 0 1 6
Vyskocil. p 1 1 0
Royer; p 0 0 1
Total 4 11 36 14 2
Danville ...201 10000000 0 1
Quincy ....00 0 01003000 0 4
Two base hits Siner, Sullivan.
Stolen base Kahl. Home run Sul
livan. Struck out By Vyskocil, 3;
by Royer, 2; by Hardgrove, 6; by
Chapman, 0. Bases on balls Off
Vyskocil, 2: off Royer, 1; off Hard
grove, 2; off Chapman, 0. Umpire
New York, Sept. 14. After an execu
tive session of the state athletic com
mission yesterday afternoon, at which
testimony was taken relative .o the
lease held by Patrick Powers club on
Madison Square Garden, Commission
er Frank O'Xeil said:
"l consider the evidence sufficient
to revoke the license of the club on the
ground of the lease not meeting tbe
requiements of the law."
Mr. O'Neil said he would lay the
case before Governor Dix, but explain
ed that if the commission ia divided
the only other member. Commissioner
Dixon, opposing Mr. O'Neil's course in
the matter no action against the club
could be taken until the governor
shall appoint a successor to Chairman
James E. Sullivan, resigned. This
means that there will be no attempt
to stop the Carl Morris-Jim Flynn bout,
scheduled for Friday night.
Los Angeles, Sept. 14. Joe Rivers,
whose feather-weight championship as
pirations were marred temporarily by
a knockout administered by Johnny
Kilbane Labor day, will have a chance
to "come back" Oct. 14. On that date
Rivers will fight the winner of the Kil-bane-Conley
20-round bout, which is
scheduled to be staged at Vernon.
Sept. 30. '
Seward, Alaska, Sept. 14. Jamea
and John Jeffries, bo are hunting big
! game on the lower Kenai river, have
been founds by Guide iAubner, who
carried to them the dispatch announc
ing the serious illness of their mother
in Los Angeles. Reluctant t6 abandon
the chase, they caused messages to be
sent to California asking for further
news concerning their- mother's iil-
I ness. It ner conaiuon cuiiiiuue s-aiiu-!
ing they will sail from Seward tomor
Milwaukee. Sept. 14. Danny Mor
gan, manager for "Knock-Out" Brown
of New York, last night had a confer
ence with. Tom Jones, Wolgast's man-
ager," wnich resulted Jn Morgan offer
ilng' Wolgast a guarantee of 112,000
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Peoria "2 59
Quincy 71 59
Danville C9 5S
Decatur C5 CO
Dubuque CC 07
Davenport 65 C9
Waterloo 57 74
Rock Island 57 76
New York 80 4G
Pittsburgh 77 56
Ihiladelpliia 70 5S
St. Louis 06 C2
Cincinnati 59 71
Brooklyn 51 70
Boston 33 96
W. 1 4.
Philadelphia 8S 45
Detroit SO 53
Cleveland 7ft 02
New York 70 04
Chicago 06 08
Boston 05 09
Washington 1..56 78
St. Louis 39 95
Minneapolis SO C2
Columbus S3 07
Kansas City 80 06
Indianapolis 74 74
Milwaukee 08 78
Toledo 08 79
St. Paul 07 79
Louisville 03 SI
Denver 06 47
Wichita 79 02
St. Joseph 76 61
Lincoln 70 04
Omaha 73 08
Sioux City 71 71
Topeka 50 91
Des Moines 42 96
SIDNEY IN A RACE
Event Takes Place in St. Louis
and Is Recorded on Pic
LOSER WAS THE FAVORITE
Rirermen Picked It to Beat Newer
Boat but Were Mistaken Cap
tain Wisherd Wins Bet.
The steamer Dubuque of the 8treck-
fus line was victor In a real race with
the 6teamer Sidney of the same line
Tuesday, between the Municipal and
Eads brides, at St. Lpuls. The race
furnished material for" a moving pict
ure concern. The Dubuque won by
about a length, although tbe Sidney,
which arrived Tuesday from Alton on
its way to Padueah, Ky., was the fa
vorite among rivermen.
WISHERD OX WIXXER.
Captain W. D. Wisherd, traffic man
ager of the Streckfus line, was on the
winning boat, and won a small wager
on the race. The Streckfus line had
five boats assembled at the wharf
Tuesday. Besides the Sidney and Du
buque, there were the Quincy, which
which will leave today for New Or
leans; St. Pauland the steamer W. W.
The Sidney is to be run this winter In
the river trade out of New Orleans.
All the news ail the time Tbe
Sunday, Sept. 17..
Plenty of pood reserved seats 5c,
75c and $1.00.
Mort H. SiuT Ofl'cr
In a Musical Fantasy
THE PRINCE OF
Matinee 25c, 5c, 75c, $t.OO.
Night HOC, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Seat sale Friday 9 a. m.
TI Elf I
Safest Theatre in the World
No leuth Trap Balcony.
TIIIKD CJKKAT SHOW
AND T H i: HK8T
The house with si feature arts.
All have played Orplieuiu time.
Wo print our prices Holiday
and Sunday nifijim-c IOc, UOv.
Same as week day.
All matinees JOc ami 20c.
Kveiiiiigm, JOc, 24c aul ;JOc.
Come early to avoid
next Sunday's rush.
T E L K V H O X E WEST TOH
Rock Island. 2-2; Dubuque, 1-0.
Waterloo, 1 ; riavenport, 4.
Danville, 4; Quincy, 4 (game called
In 12th. darkness).
Peoria-Dea:ur, wet grounds,
NATIONAL LEAGUE. s
Cincinnati. 4; Pittsburgh, 5.
Boston, 1; New York, 4.
Philadelphia, 2; Brooklyn, 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE .
St Louis, C; Chicago, 2.
Cleveland, 5; Detroit. 1.
New York, 0; Philadelphia, 2.
Washington, 3; Boston, 1.
Milwaukee. 1; Minneapolis, 4.
Indianapolis, 5; Columbus, 2.
Kansas City. 5; St. Paul, 4.
Omsha. 1; St. Joseph. 0.
Lir.ccln, 2; Topeka, 0.
Denver. 7; Pueblo, 3.
Des Moines Sioux Ci'y, rain,
The house that given tho kliotVH
Orpheuio Circuit Yuudcville
Greatest vaul-Ui" hhw ever
seen In the tri-ciiica.
Funniest Act in Vaudeville and
Seven Other Bi Acts.
To the Puhllo We will pu k
our house nery eenin(. Or
der scats by phone TA'.t.
Old Phone 739.
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