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"FARMER" MARTIN BURNS APPLYING FRANK GOTCH'S
FAMOUS TOEHOLD TO OPPONENT ON WRESTLING MAT
WALSH WHIFFS 3
"GRAND OLD MAN" TO
-, BE COLLEGE COACH
OF HARNESS SIRE
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1913.
i : yj5 :i i 1 wax wm u mi m i it Bwggaaira
Buries Dubuque Rookies Under
Avalanche of Hits Recruit
Strikes Out Eight.
In an old-fashioned slugfest at the
Davenport pasf-iming grounds yester
day afternoon Dan O'Leary Blue Sox
put the klboah on the Dubuque rook
lea, commanded by George Plass. The
awful total -was 19 to 3. O'Leary's boys
played the old hit and rcn frame with
telling renults. Just 19 safe blngles
were annexed by those Dutchtown ba'.l
toasers. Pat Flaherty, -w ho ha put In
Lis application for a position In one of
the gardens, made a favorable Impres
sion with the stockholders by copping
four clean hits, and it Is likely that lie
will he Riven a half interest in the
business If h" continues bin mad
course. The feature of the Ram1, from
a Davemort standpoint, aside from
The heavy slugging, was the pitching
of ("rouch, a recruit who formerly re
ceiver! his mall, general delivery, Sa
lem. Oh.o Crouch 1h a right-hander,
lie heid down the p)ab the lust Three
Innings of the carnage, anil during
'hln brief but holy Interval. struck
'jt ilf?lit men, which Is certainly trav
eling a few.
Davenport C I 3 (i 1 : n I x 19
1 ii;lii(i'ii' o n ii n i ii ii 2
!la'!erH Arp. Crouch and Cole
man; Jo!,-n, Brown and Lugg"!..
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"Big Ed" Answers Call in Ninth
by Striking Out Three, Sox
Winning, 7 to 2.
Hums 1b to appear in a finish bout at tho Family theatre in this city April 17, under the auspices of tie
R. D. & M. Athletic club. H1b opponent w!T be a wrestler named Hoffman. Other Interesting features have
been arranerd for the card.
t'rbana. III. April 14 C S. Beati
tncri' of ( tilcuKo ban been eli-ctcd cui
tain of , ! vaihity bwinnnin
t'-mn of tin- I IilvctrtifV Of Il'lJIOIM.
I rbuna, 111 . April 14 Chicago eau'ly
(lefen'i-d Pillion in a 'll.il R.viiitiasMC
n.i'i'i .a'uiii.i n. i;hf, .'.'".:: io T. T::e
X IK It lV! oil t 111' RV Uill;tit C a Mil IVltcillK
i f.Ti'iM'f. I'U' lo.-! to tile 1 : 1 1 1 1 : ip the
v i hiluij.-. limit;.. ( 1 1 : 1 -1 of l.i;:io:.- won
. t i 1 trorn Moser ol t't.iciik.) 'U the
1 i i r w 1'itiit res' 1 in: ixeiit. I,fi.-i Iut
:i f of i'l'ino::- wu:i Ins 1mm frun llolt
of lii.caeo I:: v :!'. chicimo "'n f. . e
( ' the Illllf 'elli-lM; Imut.i I'ali'a'.tl
.e:ri!I of tin- isitors won 1.1.4 ;lm-i
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lit hiei ic 1 1 1
In :m in'ioor
! I arn.orv Sat
urday niehr Patrick Ryan of the Irish-:
Anierican Attiietic club made a new
world's record of 20 feet ft inches,
throwing the 35-pound weight for
rinelmrsf. X. r.. April 14 C. U
lSecker. Anburiidale, Mass., was the
winner of the liiFt division trophy in
today's final round of the annual mid
April Rolf tournament. He d'Mea'cd
J I;o"nert Hunter at Wcbtirn in Vj holes.
Philadelphia. Pa.. April 14. The
Woodbiiry Country club of Woodbury,
N. .1. will play golf at r.ight. A R.ia
illuminated nine hole puiting course,
tie first of its kind, lias been installe.l.
The holes are so placed that none of
them fire over ten feet from one of
Le Marin to Continue Grind.
( huago. 111., April 14.- Constant I.e
Marin, who is rna'ched to met Stan-l.-'anr.
Zbyszko in a finish wrestling
h.a'ch at the Coliseum April 2."?. is not
placing any credence in the reports
that the Pole Is sick and unable to
ti. lr.. 'leorge Kennedy, maftiger of
ii.o German, said jesterday Le Mrin
wouid 'rain every day at the Illinvs
A. C. with Charley Cutler Zhy?:-ko is
(W.it.c light work at Lewis gymtiasiuin.
rirtinper X'i.i'e arnounefs the b"ii
v.-i'.l go to n finish if the men have to
v. i !.;'.. all night.
Chi' iio . . .
St. Lcuis .
('lev e'.and . .
NATIONAL LEA 01
S. l.i uis 1
, Brooklyn 1
i Chicago 1
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New York "
l.i i on
St. Paul, 4; Indianapolta, 2.
New Orlea.ns, 7 1 ; Mobile, 3 5.
Memphis, 4; Montgomery, 0,
No other games.
St. Louis, April 14 "Big Ed"
Walsh is back on the job. With the
hose leadtog, 7 to 2. three brownies
on the route and none dead in the
ninth yesterday the spitball monarch
heard that old familiar call, "assist
ance." This time he was subpoenaed
after "Wild B1L" Lange, living up to
his name, had broken and started
skyward, as if bent on tossing off a
The three hostiles floundering about
the towpa'-h had received passes from
Lange. and it was up to Walsh to
hold the fort. Settling calmly to bis
task. Edward whizzed across 18 balls
and the St. Louis rally subsided,
three gents in a row howling out the
victims of strikes. The score:
Chicago AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Rath. 2b . - 3 0 1 1 3 0
Lord, St 4 0 0 1 1 0
Collins, rf 6 1110 0
Bodle, 4 0 1 0 1 0
Borton, lb 1 1 0 13 1 0
Mattlck. If 2 1 0 0 0 0
Weaver, es 3 2 2 4 3 1
Schali, c 2 2 2 7 1 0
Lange, p 3 0 0 5 0
Walsh, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shotten, cf .
27 7 7 27 15 1
Goux Sets Three Motor Marks.
London. April 14. A 30-horsepower
eutomooiie driven ny juies uoux es- j W'Uliams, rf
tablished The following records at the ; Pratt 2b
Biooklauds track yesterday: Fifty i otfyrn ih ?
miles, 28:1S.6.:; 100 miles. 56 : 29.93 ; I Austin.' 3b ......... 3
one hour record, 106 miles 387 yards. u Walsh ss .....!. 2
Wirth Thrown In St7 Louis. j Compton 1
St. Louis. Mo.. April 14 Al Wasem Balenti, ss 1
of St. Louis defeated Henry Wirth of i A?n"w. 2
f hicapo in straight fails yesterday
afternoon in a lightweight wrestling
contest. The first fail by a head scis-
M Iwauki e
I ndif.i ii i'olis
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scrs was made in 2ft :4H and the second
ly a haminerlock in 49:16.
r.looininert.on, 111., April 14. Coach
Russell of the State Normal university
today stated that the efforts to oust
Lo';ihttid trorn the Intercollegiate asso
ciation of Illinois for violation of rules
Alexander, c 1
Leverenz. p 2
llison, p 0
stone, p 0
5 Brief 1
H. PO. A. E.
12 0 0
Death Deprives World of the
Most Famous Progenitors
Cy Young, the "Grand Old Man" of
baseball, has been engaged to coach
the baseball team of Ohio university,
Young retired from active playing
a year ago, after over 20 years of ser
vice with major league teams. Most
of that period was spent with Boston
of the American league, and the bat
tery of Young and Criger was long
known as the best In the land. Young
was a shining example of the player
who took care of himself.
Young, now over 45 years old. spends
most of his Time on his farm nf Penll
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Total 31 2 9 27 24 3
Bated for H. Walsh in seventh.
Batted for Agnew in seventh.
iBat'ed for Allison in seventh.
fBatted for Stone in nin'h.
Chicago 0 3 0 0 0 3 10 0
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 02
Two-base hils S'ovall, Johnson.
Bodie. Three-base hit Schalk. Home
run Weaver. S'ru k out By Lever
enz, 2 (Bodie, Collins); by Stone, 1
(Ixrd); by Lange. 4 (Austin, Agnew,
Johns'on, Leverenz); by Wa'sh, 3
(Balenti, Alexander, Brief). Baseg on
balls Off Leverenz, 6; off Allison, 1;
off Stone, 1; off Lange. 4. Double
p'.sys Rath to Weaver; Lange fo
Weaver to Borton; Borton to Weaver
to Borton. Hits Off Leverenz, 3 in
six ninnings; off Allison, 2 in one in
ning; off Stone, 2 in two innings; off
Lange, 9 in eight innings and none
out in ninth; off Welsh, none in one
inning. Passed ba'.l-'-Schalk. Left on
bases Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 7. Time
Umpires Evans and Hilde-
Chlcago, April 14. The unanimous
pick of critics for 1913 pennant honors
in the Tom Lynch circuit crumpled
up In two innings yesterday, with the
result that Johnny Evers' club skipped
to the front for their first victory of
the season, trimming Pittsburgh, 7 to
4, in an exciting combat in the pres
ence of some 20,000 onlookers. The
Chicago AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Clymer, cf 4
Schulte. rf 5
- ' Archer, lb . . .
Bridwell, ss . .
Carey, If . .
Hofman, cf .
Byrne, 2b ..
Miller, lb ..
! Wilson, rf . .
i Butler, 2b . .
; Gibson, c . .
! Kelly, c
i Hendrix, p
I Cooper, p . .
. .36 7 10 27 14 3
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
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Total 30 4 S 24 6 2
Batted for Gibson in the sixth.
Batted for Hendrix in the sixth.
Chicago 2O005OOO 07
Pittsburgh 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 04
Two-base hits Cheney, Miller, Viox,
Butler. Struck out - By Cheney, 4
(Miller. Carey, Kelly, Byrne); by Hen
drix, 4 (Evers, Cheney, Mitchell, 2);
by Cooper. 3 (Schulte, Cheney, Zim
merman). Bases on bails --Of? Cheney,
4; off Hendrix, 2; off Cooper. 1. Hits
Off Hendrix, 9 in five inniugm off
1 Cooper, 1 in three innings. Left on
mases Chicago. 8; I'ttsburgli, 9.
Time 1:55. Umpires 0ens and
The death or the Trotting sire Bin
gen last Saturday in Kentucky de
prives harness horse breeders of the
greatest progenitor of trotters, his age
considered, the world has seen. As a
sire of speed, his fame is made secure
by his son. Uhlan, 1:5S, champion trot
ter of the world In both single and
double harness, his record to the lat
ter bitch being 2.03 4.
Btngen is the only stallion to siro
two trotters with records of 2:05 o?
better. His daughter. The Leading
Lady, made herself champion 3-year-old
trotting Ally with a record of 2:07.
The sons of Blngen have sired more
trotters with standard records as year
lings or 2-year-olds than the sons of
any- other horse living r dead. His
blood has bred on In The production of
standard speed faster than that of any
other 6lre, Bingen having speed siring
grandsons at an age when most sires
were represented only by a eon or
That the Blngen blood will thrive
and produce speed when put to the
test of inbreeding Is shown by Prin
cess Todd, which In 1911 took a 2-year-old
record of 2:12-a and at 3 Teduced
her mark to 2:09v;. She is by Ken
tucky Todd, grandson of Blngen, and
her dam is a daughter of Bingen.
Siring Uhlan, first and unbeaten
grand circuit performer, then the first
trotter to beat, two minutes "in the
opon," and finally a world's champion
in both single and double harness,
would give any stallion high rank.
Blngen, himself a precocious trotter
(he showed 2:12Vs as a 2-year-old .
and at matin-ity a 2:0ft'i trotter, was
acclaimed a great sire before Uhlan
Adlmral Dewey,, 2:14Vi as a 2-year-old;
Totara, 2:171i at 2, and others had
shown him to be capable of siring
creditable early speed, and the per
centage or 2:30 or better trotters
among his yet evidently was larger
than that of any preceding sire.
(The sons of Bingen soon made It
plain the family was more than a one
generation affair. Todd, which trot
ted 4n C:21 as a 2-year-old, and In
2:14ai at maturity, -was the first of
the sons of Jllngen to call attention to
the "carrying" pejwer of the etrain.
Then came Bingara, Kentucky Todd,
Admiral Dewey, and at the close of
1912 there were 23 represented sons
of Bingen In the list of 2:30 sires and
between them they had sired 265 per
formers in standard time. Todd was
credited with 81, Bingara with 43, Ad
miral Dewey with 31. Tiie Exponent
with 0, and Vice Commodore with 18.
The speed siring grandsons of Bin
gen are 15 in number, and they have
got 49 performers, Cochato being cred
ited with 24, Kentucky Todd with 6.
and Commodore Ledyard with 6.
As Todd died reveral years ago, Bin
gara now is the most important stal
lion representing the Bingen blood,
and his fame was greatly augmented
last reason by the performance of his
son, Baden, wbbh beat all records for
winning trotters in the grand circuit,
took a race record of 2:05',4, and was
sold to the. Russians for $30,000.
Another Bingara stallion of hlph
speed was Bergen of the G'-ers string.
He won a beat in 2:ft'-i, hut rheuma
tism made him unsteady in raceg. The
records show ihe Bingen blood to b';
una pproached in the matter of early
speed, 29 sons of the old horse having
sired seven yearling performers. Si,
2-year-old performers, lid, year-olds,
and 44, 4 year-olds. His grandsons
bavi sired sewn yearlings fhat took
trotting records under 2: 30, and on
yearling pa er in 2:24 -ii.
Cedar Rapid, 7; Dubuque, 4.
Dubuque, Iowa, April . 14 - Cedar
Rapids of the Central association de-
i feaied Dubuque of the Three-Eye
league in the second ante-season game,
7 to 4. The batteries for dar Rapids
j were Hollenbeck, House, Brown, Allen
i and Simmons and for Dubuque. Sw ine
, hart and J. Schlueter, Smith and
Robfdeau Shade Eddie Mo ran.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 14 Sain
Rf bideaii, the sailor boxer, defeated
Kddte Moran of Providence In a fast,
six round bat,Me at the National A. C.
last week. From the first tap of the
bell the boys kept mixing matters and
fans that crowded the house were
tieated to IS minutes of fast action.
It was a clean cut victory fur Robi-deau.
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