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. THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. APRIL 19, 1913. 8
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STEEN A PUZZLER;
BLANKS THE SOX
Callahan's Squad, Held to Four j
Hits, Proves Easy for Cleve
land, 4 to 0.
Chicago, April 19. There's room ,
galore for improvement in tii White j
Pox swatting department. Even the '
women folks gathered within Comis-
ky park partaking of the Old Rom-
tin's hospitality yesterday were heard .
to comment on the weak-kncei ef- :
ions or me paie-t-.tocklnced athletes.
Pour meanly blows, widely scattered,
were all tliny gathered off Hill Steen's
haliva'ed delivery. Cleveland copping.
4 to ft. by bunch inc timely drives with
rrors beliind Spla-li lu-i.:;.
' ""aCO AM. K II I'D. A. h.
Itatii, 2b 4 o ft 2 3 ft
Lord. 2b 4 ft 1 1 2 it
Collins, fr 4 ft 0 2 ft 1
Horton. lb 1 ( J 12 ft 1
l.odie, if 3 ft 0 1 ft ft
Jones, if 2 n o 2 1 ft
Weaver, ss :: ft 1 1 2 ft
Sciialk. .3 ft ft C 3 ')
Ben, p 1 ft (i ii 2 ft
Schaller 1 ii ft ft o
I'llssell, p l ii 41 o 0 ft
Total 2ft ft 4 27 13 2
Hatted fur in '.th inniiiR.
Cleveland AH It. II I'D. A. E.
Johnston, lb 4 1 2 11 2
Chapman, ss 3 ft ft ft 3
Olson. :sb 4 ft ft z
Jackson, rf I 1 ii o
Lujoii 2b 4 1 2 2 1
DirminKhain. cf ... 2 u o 2 ft
Craney. If . . . w :; i ; o
Land, c 2 ft n 4 2
Keen, p 2 ft ft 1 4
Total 2! 4 tj 27 14 1
'hii:aK ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 0
Cleveland . . . . 2 ft ft 1 1 ft ft ft ft - 4 '
Tiilee base hit --Jackson. Struck j
out By Betiz. 3 i lliriiiiiiliam. Chap-
inanl; by Kiinm-H. (Craney. Land, i
Chapman. Olson. Jackson I : by Steeii. j
2 (Bodie. 2; l-ordi. Hits off Ben..'
." in f! inuinps-: off Kusscil. 1 in 3 in-!
Pings Left on bases Chicago. 4;
Cleveland. 1. Time - 1 ;.r,(. I'mpire,!
Eert-uson and O'l.ouchliti. i
St. Louis, Mo. April 19. -Old i
Man" Sallee whs n the ! nub yestcr- '
day. 'NoiiKh said As per ciistott!.
this twirlcr with the deceptive soutn-j
paw oncritiKs went the entire route
against Ever:.' Chicauoutis. and had
little trouble with Kood support hotel
ii.K him up a'.l the way. while his
mates cut bn-e with a bombardment
anoint two Cub h'ltlers that was
enough to warrant tin ir return tu
leagues le.-.s trlatsy than this circuit.
Score. S to 2.
A I'. It M 1(1 A F
Leach, cf .
Used Cars at Hartfain
j Weeds Electric Coupe Fatter
: ler and car in firs', class cot.
'; lilt ion.
Midland l'.Ml model, fore door?.
fc! iew t:p, jiffy side c.irta'.ns,
r, "I"! H'at rowrs. ft:!';, equip
E. M. F. Five pass fully equip
ped, top. windshield and
Reo Two cylinder, ftiliy equip
Yeggv-Don Sales Co.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIV
ED A LINE OF BLUE BIRD 3
g PINS. COME IN TO SEE
THE LUCKY BLUE BIRD
IS ALL THE RAGE.
J. RAHSER'S SONS
Opposite Harper House.
Zimmerman. 3b 4 0 1 3
Archer, lb 4 0 0 S
Evers, 2b 1 0 2
Phelan. 2b 2 0 0 1
Bridwell, ss 1 n 0 2 0 i
C'orriden, .-s 2 0 1 0 0;
Bresnahan. c 3 1 4 2 0 :
Lavender, p 1 0 l o ft Oi
2 0 1 ft 1 Ol
Total 32 2 6 24 13 2
AB. II. H. PO. A. E.
Muggins. 2b 2 2 1
Magt - e, If 4 2 1
0 0 i
Mow rey, 2b 4
Evans, rf 3
Oakes. t 4
O'Leary. ss 4
Wingo. c 3
5 1 !
32 S 10 27 11 1
. .2 ft 0 0 ft 0 0 ft 2
. .ft 1 2 ft ft 0 5 ft S
hits Mow-rev, Evans.
.Three lia h it 7lm n, prma n Home
runs -Mitchell. Maeee, Sallee. Struck
out - By Saliee. (Archer. Bridwell,
Schulte. Corriden, BresnahanC by
Lavender, 1 (Oakesi: by Smith. 1
l Mowrey I. Bases on balls Off Lav
ender, 2. Double plays Leach to
Bresnahan. O'Leary to Koney to Win
go. Hits Off Lavender. 6 in 3 in
nings. Hit by pitcher By Laven
der Evans I. Wild pitch Lavender.
Umpires Breunan !
RETURN OF MASCOT
CHEERS UP THE NAPS
Jack Graney and "Larrv."
Cleveland, Ohio. April 19 The
Cleveland Naps are mightly encour
aged. Their mascot, the bulldog Lar
ry, is back in their collective bosom,
wagging his tail violently with joy.
and they ail are convinced that
Cleveland is going to have a success
ful season in the American league.
Larry firM made bis official appear
ance early in February, when Out
I'elder Jack Graney appeared- in
tiau.ing quarters at Pensacola with
Larry in tow. Larry immediately
was adopted as oflicial mascot. He
was one of the most popular members
of the suuad and did more training
man any hi ine piaers. running after
the ball as it was tossed from hand
to hand, chasing his numerous mas-
ters around the bases, and frolicking
with anyone playfully inclined.
When the Naps got back to Cleve-
kiiiii. uu"-tfi. i.aii aj set upon ey
Prince Hunley, chief bellhop at one
of the hotels. He claimed that Larry
was his. and had been stolen last
fall. The judge, not only a just man.
but ore mindful of the well-being of!
the Naps, awarded Larry to the team.!
Thereupon, tiie Naps went out and
licked the eternal daylights out of ;
the Detroit Tigers, w ho happened to j
be in tow n at the time. Iarry sat j
on the besich through it all. wagging J
all over in ecstasy and barking as '
loud as ever he could at critical I
points iu the game
Chamberlain's Stomach and T.iver !
Tablets invariably bring relief to wo-
mn suffering from chronic constlpa- j
tioa. headache, biliousness, dizziness. I
saliowness of the skin and dvspeps;a. !
Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
"Your'e In Wrong'
If you think Nature alone
will restore strength and
Ti?or to the Stomach. Liver
ar.d Boweis when they be
rrn; weak. Help is needed
at once and a trial of
Is recommended. It will heip
FORTUNES OF BOXERS TAKE FREAK TWISTS; DRAWING CARDS OF
FORMER YEARS NO LONGER ATTRACTIONS, WHILE VETS COME BACK
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Left to right F.ank Klaus. Mat
Wells. Omen Moran.
Part of the fascination of boxrng
for its devotees has alwavs been the
tank uncertaintv tf the game. The
making and the losing of- fortunes
'lave born as noted as the sudden nses
and falls of the fighters from popular-
ity. There always has been about
boxinp the glamour of adventure, the
uncertaintv and hazardousness which
called free spirits to piracy in less
lawful days than the present.
N'o better examples of this can be
found than in the fighters of the pres
eut dav The headlines of even a year
ago have walked the plank, while, on
the other hand, nianv who were un
considered or down and cut have
stained the height of popularity.
A little more than a year ago Abe
Attell was featherweight champion
and drew large houses wherever he j
went. Now his drawing powers and
reDutation have diminished by ever
K u vo R rn w n and
l,n-,Art hih l.-.st vear Now Wells, i
ithe Britisher, would draw bur Utile j
in this country and Brown is visibly
I rn Rrini Ttncan Crnvcr Haves.
I Mike Gibbcas, Jem Driscoll. Owen , woull pnd an r&&r reception.
' Moran all now are becoming mere j Freddie Welsh last year was box
names. Mogan is sliding rapidly; ! ing small boms for minor guarantees.
Hayes is pust so-so: Gibbons hag lost j Now he has just returned from Eng
his popularity and must reconstruct j land and the promoters are swarming
himself Driscoll admits he is all in. to offer him dcuble what he coald
W. L. Pet.
Washington 3 0 1000
I Phiadelphia 3 1 .730
Chicago 5 t) .2."
Cleveland 4 3 i
St. Louis 4 4 .500!
Boston 2 4 .323
Detroit 2 o .286
New York 1 -'00
W. L. Pet.
Piladelphia - 1 f
; St. Louis 2 2 .600
j Pittsburgh 3 2 .600
! Chicago 3 ' 3 .:.00
(New York 2 2 .r00
Brooklyn 2 2 .r.oo
Boston 1 2 .333
Cincinnai 1 3 .200
W. L. Pet. ;
. 6 1 57 ;
. 6 1 .S57 !
. 4 3 .571 ;
. 4 3 .."I 1
. 3 3 .i00 '
. 2 4 .333
. 2 6 .250 !
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j j-ans?s cjty
' M ale
pl Joseph"!!!!!! !.. 1
j)es Moines ! 0
Topeka ! 0
s;OUx city"!!!!!!!!!!!!! 0
0 1 .lion i
Chicago O; Ceveland. 4.
Detroit. 2; St. Iiuis. 3.
New York, 5; Washington. 7.
Philadelphia, 5: Boston. 8.
St. Louis. 8. Chicago,
Pittsburgh, 5: Cincinnati, 5 (12 in -
) rings; darkness).
Boston. 4; New York. 13.
Brooklyn, 0; Philadelphia. 1.
Milwaukee, 3: Columbus. 0.
St. Paul 9; Toledo, 7.
Kansas City, 6: Indianapolis, i
Minneapolis. S: Louisville. 3.
Wichita. 1; Uccoln, 4.
Topeka. 1; Denver, 4.
Omaha. 6; Sioux City. 3.
St. Joseph, 8: Des lloiues. 2.
j All the news all tae tirae iU
j. y. y ' .
Moran has IofI his former punch and
stamina and the big money passes
Now. conversely, note Frankie
jK - 'aus, wh a year ago was nghting !
" ' e "I''B m,lw
1 1 ; 1 .1 RVw.n..;nii.,
In Paris lie !een,s t0 have PW
into the midst of a rosv dream. The !
French sporting public idolizes him, j
and were he to return to America he
Last Night's Series on the
It was cne-two-three and out for
! Collins' team at the Rock Island club
alleys last night. Johnson & Com
pany performed nothing sensational,
1 but by pood consistent bo'.vling man-
: aged to put their opponents to sleep
with very little dillicultj. Of the
winners, Toal and Koantrce were tue
-only ones breaking into ti;e 200 class.
! Bill rolled 210 his second game while!
tbe black face star fiilere.) und;r the
Wjre with 20S in round No. 3. Toal
also bore the proud distinction of!
annexing high score with a total of
551 pins. Collins won similar honors
eve's pasilining. And now for the
Collins 117 17u 167
Peirin 114 145 167
Marshall 127 l'i7 140
Co.:ad li 16S 124
iGoslir.e 166 170 141
Totals 60f 760 74S 2176
r fc -Vy - 5
u 1.000 ; Johnson 159 164 131 474
" l-OOO j Diedrich 141 13S J35 414
0 l.ooi) j ToaI l!t9 21(J 15s 5-j
1 -OOO.Ralstoa 1ST I6S 1S1 536
1 .000 j jRcantree 127 17S 208 513
1 .000 :
.S'J3 85S S33 2494
Hcppe Easily Defeats Mayer.
Philadelphia. Pa.. April 19. Willie
Hoppe easily defeated Joseph Mayer,
ai.iateur champion, in their final ex-
! h;l ition game last tight. "On to 111),
j Tiie professional title holder was in
I good form and runs of 19, 27, 28. 37. 59
j ai.d 71 in rapid succession gave him a
:""1 "e amateur was unanie to even
ii. i .i . ,.
approacn. Moppe s average was 2a
p.uu Mayer's 9 2-12.
Iowa Rifle Team Gets 963.
I Iowa l ily. Iowa. April '. Iowa's
trifle team scored !6.; estertiay after
Inccn against West Virginia in final
I shoot of the western championship
Edward6 Joins English Potoists. ;
Lou-Ion. Apni 1:. Captain A. Noel'
Ewaidi, vhc played in the United!
States in 111 1. has joined the English'
pole team v. hich is to contest against I
, the Araericau team ai M-eadow brock 1
' in June, '
tiaif nttmimif 11 rfl' II
have made in London. He has the
opportunity to make his fortune.
Billy Papke has seen both sides of
the story. A year ago, he was fighting
f0r small money. Then going to
Paris, he fought three battles for Dig
purses. Tn the last one. however,
he fouled Klaus and the French have
about tit d the can on him
indefiinitely suspended in New York
state before going abroad and is
barred on the coast. It looks as though
he would have to retire
In such fashion does the old game
twist and warp the fortunes of its
1. With the letters of the words in
capitals form a word to appropriate
ly fill the blank in the following sen-
did me an EVIL TURN.
2. Why should a brigadier-general.
with his troops, be able to cross any
3. What Is the housewife's tree?
4. Join a conjunction and a noun
and form an adverb.
l-orm a nationality Tom the let -
ters in the follow ing words:
2. Because there Is a bridge in ev
McLeod to Lead Badger Crew.
Madison. Wis., April 19. D. J. Mc-
j Lod, 1!14, twice a member of the
! V isconsin crew at the Potiehkeepeift
4S4 rej atra. today was elected to the cap-426
The clothes we sell, made by expert journeymen tailors, who know how to put a gar
ment together right, wili stand the test of time and saticfy ycu completely, if they
don't we'll "make good," and we have been here long enough for you to know that
our word can be depended upon. You don't have to take chances when trading with
us. For your next Suit, Overcoat or Trousers, try
I tatncy left vacant by the resignation i
. ! of Captain Sjoblom. McLeod had no
SEXTET OF LADIES
The Anita Ladies' orchestra will !
' present the last number in the high
school lyceum course Monday night of j
next week. The orchestra is compos-1
ed of six ladies, who play, sing, give!
readings and present a most interest-1
line and varied program. Mrs. Ralph. !
Dunbar is the reader; Miss rarkerJ
violinist; Miss McAteer, soprano; Miss ;
u,, fl..,i,. ah.- Tw,n- mit,n-
: . ,7. : 'Ti-r..; : :v v: r;,;:
""" Mr. Golden, -who was a candidate
oi-chesTta is, according to reports, the:. , , "
. j , -. ibtfore the democratic primaries for
best on the course and it is expected,.. m 7 ...
.1 . u .-. . ,,, , 1 I the nomination of secretary of state,
that the auditorium of the high school ',,. . . . . . ,
.... . . . ... .. . armitted last n:ght he was respon-
will be crowded. But a few tickets .... . t. ..... , ..,
remaiu to be sold at the door.
V.'ENNERBERGS GIVE LAST
CONCERT OF THE SEASON lfVr a -""nmunitJ' under proper restric
m, - . 1 lions. .
The last concert of the season was a . .. ' , , . . . . .
Senator Penvii -d at Springfield
given by the Wennerberg chorus of that he understood the dov..int was
Augustana college last night at Pe
oria. The concert although under the
I auspices of the Swedish Lutheran,
church, was- held in the First Baptist
i church of Peoria in order to accom
j modate the large audience that turn
; ed out to hear the local singers,
i It was the first time the chorus-has
j sung in Peoria, and it was given a
1 royal welcome. The trip both ways
was made in a special car furnished
by the Rock Island road, the chorus
leaving yesterday afternoon at 1
o'clock, and returning this morning
shortly before noon.
I'pou.its arrival in Peoria the chor
us members were taken to the
church, afjer which they were shown
the sights of the city, including the
splendid new Y. . C. A. building. Fol
lowing this a sumptuous banquet
was served in honor of the singers in
the church parlors. Hev. Joel Olseu
ius, pastor of the church, extended a
warm welcome lo the chorus and ex
pressed the genuine interest of his
people in Augustana college.
The concert was a big success, both
f.om an artistic and financial stand
point. The chorus sang with its usual
vigor, and each number was enthusi-
j asUcaUy recelved. TUe chlirch ln
which the concert was given has a
splendid pipe organ, and Prof. Berg
quist made good use of it in an im
pressive group consisting of four
numbers. Miss He. en Forsberg added
pleasing variety to the program with
two violin selections, accompanied by
Miss Florence Spaulding.
Rixey Signs With Phillies.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 19. Eppa I
Rixey, the left handed pitcher of thejto havp lbe jn(ior8eTnent of the auto-
Philadelphia Nationals, today signed
hi.s 1913 contract and left with the
j team for Brooklyn. Rixey s failure to
! sim sooner was due to his desire to
continue his studies at the University
cf Virginia until June. Mike Donlin
is now the only Philadelphia player
I Three-Eye to Change Schedule.
; Bloomington, 111., April 19. Presi-
Main 1 dent A. R. Tearney notified the Bloom
linMon association today he had is
! sued a call for a special meeting of
the Three-Eye league to be held in
Bloomington on Monday for the pur
pose of revising the schedule as it is
impossible for Peoria to opn the sea
son on Thursday due to flooded condi
tio!, of the grounds.
Doig and Nearing Draw.
Spring Valley, III.. April 19 Jack
Drig.of Spring Valley fought a fast
eight round draw with Eddie Nearing I
of Chcago at La Salle Thursday night. I
Who's Your Tailor?
There Are So Many Deceptions
possible in the clothes business
that you can be sure of honest
value only when dealing with peo
ple you know are reliable.
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TURF BILL BROAD;
Measure, if Passed, Would Give
j Chicago Tracks Five Months
Chicago. 111., April 19 Senator
John T. Denvir, who introduced a bill
in the state legislature on Wednesday
P'oing for a racing commUalom did
q "f" f ,f ?m
a democratic politician of the Thirty-
fifih ard- h wb a county job.
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According to Mr. Golden, ho likes
is racing and thinks it is beneficial
prepared by Village Attorney" Wolr'
of Berwin. Mr. Golden asserted he
was the father of the measure, but
had shown it to Mr. Wolf.
The bill provides for R0 days of rac
Inp at one track in a county between
May 1 and Oct. 1. for counties with
populations up to 300.000. For each
additional SlMt.Ooo another track may
b constructed and receive dates.
Cook county thus would qualify for
racing dates for the entire period of
five months, if additional tracks be
sides Harlem, Hawthorne and Worth
The revenue feature of the bill pro
vides that 10 per cent of all gate
moneys, with a minimum admission
fee of $1 prescribed and an additional
.ee for the "incld'sure" shall go to the
state to be expended by the public
roc.ds and highway commission. In
the "tnclosure" presumably will be
the automatic registering machines,
from which the state will receive 2
per cent of all money wagered, with
a provision of 3 per cent to go fj5" the
The revenue received from race
meetings Is to be expended for the
bitilding and maintenance of public
highways after the expenses of t'ui.
commission are paid.
The commission is to consist of
ttree members, appointed by the gov
ernor, for a term of six years, with
salaries of $5,000 per annum and a
sa'ary not to exceed $5,000 for the
secretary, who shall act as treasurer.
The commissioners, whose eligibility
and qualifications are specified in the.
bill, also are to act as the racing com
miision. with additional compensation
of $2,:V)l per annum.
The creation of the racing commis
sion is contingent on the passage of
I the companion bill, w hich Is expected
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