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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. MAT 28, 1913.
Hirsch Hands Out 10 Bases on
Balls While Teammates
. Make Four Miscues.
down by the Reed-Coleman-Bromwlch
triumvirate. O'Brien sneaked to sec
ond during this little scene, making
two on, filling: the bases. ' Hir6ch con
tinued his generosity by passing Gor
man, forcing a run. Lynch grounded
to Bromwich. forcing Scherer at third
I and pulling the curtain. Crouch went
i in the first of the eighth and held the
WHAT SOX DID.
in days gone by,: are bound for the
minors, waivers having been asked
on the two pitchers several days ago.
However, Manager Joe Tinker of the
Reds believes -Reulbach, if worked
regularly, will be a winner, so he has
refused to waive on the big right
hander and is trying to induce the
Trojan to part with him at the. waiver-price.
As yet none of the other
National league clubs has asked for
For Davenport, there were Just two ! Richie.
innings in which the bugs could Joos-
la Lambasted for Seven Hits Crouch
Takes Slab In Eighth and
distress jSLTLKSSr. REPORT. IS HEARD ON
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Davenport 20 10
Dubuque IS 14
Decatur IS 15
Peoria 15 16
Bloomlngton 14 17
Danville 13 17
Springfield 13 17
Qulncy 14 13
after the following manner. Brom
wich drew a walk and stole second.
Kaiser handed Clemens four balls,
but Jim Sullivan had only three of
them chalked off on the indicator, and
called Bobbie back. Clemens ham
mered the next ball pitched along the
left field foul line for a single, scoring
gg7 romv.-lch. Neer sacrificed, putting
-2 : Clemens on seoona, but uarrigan ana
iio ' Coleman were easy.
' ,Q. I In the seventh Clemens singled,
GAMES TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Dubuque at Davenport
Qulncy at Peoria.
Decatur at Springfirld.
Danville at Bloomlngton.
took second on Neers out, v-ent
around to third on Carrigan's demise
and scored on Coleman's clout. Barnes
batted for Hirsch, but the best he
could do was a fly to center.
Davenport. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Koepplng, 2b ..
Flaharty, rf .' 4
Bromwich, 3b 3
'Clemens, If ."...4
Necr, lb 2
iCarrigan, cf 3
I Coleman, cf 4
: Hirsch, p 2
j 'Barnes . . 1
i Crouch, p . ..0
BY PAUL BRUNER.
A bug-ward melodrama in nine
spasmr, entitled "The Call of the
Wild," and featuring Vern "Walk"
Hirsch. played to a fair sizr-d matinee
crowd in Jim Hayes Theatre do Ease
ball yesterday. The audience did not
burst a single blood vessel In frenzied
applause and encores were as scarce
as poker chips In the par
tonage i! a church. The plot was
rather incoherent, the Davenport cast
forgot its choicest lines, and the fans
departed with a headache and a deep i Biltz. cf ....
sense of loss. Yes, Decatur rame. saw. j Flannagan, If
4ln order to refute scalping charges
connected with the Chance day cele
bration at Comiskey park May 17, E.
G. Heenan, chairman of the commit
tee in charge, issued a complete state
ment last night containing an itemized
account of the expenditures. In order
to sift the blame for the tickets that
fell into the hands of scalpers a com
plete list, containing the names of the
fans supplied by the committee, has
been sent to President Comiskey.
According to the statement, $11,
743.91 was spent by the promoters of
the affair, the heaviest expense out
side of the tickets being the 100-plece
band, which cost $700. About $328
2 i was paid for 50,000 Chance buttons,
Total " 29 2 5 27 20
Batted for Hirsch In seventh.
Decatur. AB, R. H. PO. A.
Scherer r .5
Gorman, ss 2
Lynch, 3b 3
conquered and rubbed it in by a score Blake. 2b .
t 6 to 2. Duggan, lb
Hirsch had the famous wild man of O'Brien, c .
Borneo looking like a milk-fed steer ! Kaiser, p ..
from Oskaloosa. He climbed into the I
wicker basket of the balloon in the! Total 35 5 9 27 13 0
first stanza, cut the ropes, and forgot ! pavenport 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
to come down until the last of ine r)ecatur 0 1000220 05
seventn, when Dan O L.eary
while the floral pieces cost $129
Fans who held tickets for an auto
mobile ride in the parade, but .who
failed to secure a seat, were given
their money back.
Quincy Twirler Holds Bloom
ington to Two Hits and
Wins Game, 4 to 0.
DUBUQUE TAKES BEATING
Dsr.ville Grabs Third Straight .from
. Peoria Prendergast la Hit
if SPORT GOSSIP
Dan O'Leary winged I
the gas bag with a verbal shot and I
dragged the erratic southpaw Into the !
coop, where a block of congealed wat
er was placed on his superheated
dome. Kid Crouch, the cradle roll re.
crult, went In and pitched the la.,t
two frames, holding the chesty Decu
V KRY woo .v.
At some time or other during the
course of his checkered ;areer, Hirsch
roust have been wised up to that old
one intimattng that "It is more bless-
ed to give than to receive.' The tall !
boy was nothing short of prodigal in j
his distribution of passes and had !
Monte Brewster and our old friend
Santa Claus backed luto the "also-ran"
squad. In his seven Innings of pre
eminence. Vera flipped the visitors
ten separate and distinct bases on
balls, count "em 10. He also was
combed for seven bingles, one of them
an extra baser.
Opposed to the Davenporter was a i
certain Mister Kaiser. Said K had
Two base hit Blake Sacrifice hits
Neer, Flannagan. Stolen J. bases
i uromw ic n, diikf. rtases on oaus
Off Hirsch, 10; off Crouch." 0;' off Kal
jser. 5. Struck out By Hirsch. 2;-by
i Kaiser, 3. Hit by pitcher ball Neer.
Hits-r-Off Hirsch. 7 In 7 innings; off
Crouch, 2 in 2 lnnlugs. Time 1:58.
J Umpire Sullivan.
0K WORD MOHU OR LESS. -
The climbing Dubuque squad is with
us this p. m. Tbey are in second
place, but the lead U only three games.
Watch for the pyrotechnlcal display.
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. Johnnie
Billiter won two of three falls Mon
day night from Eddie Hammer.
Terre Haute, Ind., May 28. Phil
Harrison and Morrie Bloom of Chicago
fought 10 fast rounds Monday night,'
with Harrison leading all the way.
Memphis, Tenn., May 2S. Jake Abel
'of Chattanooga gained a decision over
Frankie White of Chicago Monday
night Abel jabbed White at -will.
White did not land a solid punch dur
ing the fight.
N'w Orleans, La., May 2S. Frankie
Russell, the local lightweight, showed
flashes of superb fighting ability in
his 10 round battle with Johnny Lore
of New York-at the Orleans A. C.
No decision w-as given, but a d:fw
would have been a fair verdict.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 28. Joe
Levy, manager of Joe Rivers, Monday
night telegraphed a final - acceptance
of the offer of Eddie Graney, the San
Francisco promoter, for a 20 round
bout between Rivers and Willie RiSch
ie July 4 for the lightweight champion
ship. Philadelphia. Pa., May 28. Fredi"
Kelly obtained revonge on Willie
I Houck, his old time rival, when he
Tomorrow afternoon, Thursday, May
2?, Magnate J. T. Hayes announces as
a special attraction a pitching duel be
tween Jasper, the famous $1S,000
bTl5' 77Vh! T1 llrUe?!u r,e,ior1' 'defeated the latter in six rounds at the
seltown and last season the premier
twirler of the Three Lamp circuit.
(Also this year.) First chance to see
the Dub phenom in action, and first
chance to see him get cleaned. Come
I early and avoid the rush.
nothing but his glove, but got away
lucky, and managed to hold the home j ,. ... ,. . ...
boys to five swats. The entire Sox f SMa Acoul not satisfy the
squad seemed to be off color a trifle, athletes -; yesterday. They ragged
but then the best of them have their ;8nd realized at him, and made is
off days, so why murmur and repine? ' m' anything but violets and ice
We hesitate for a reply. It was a fair -ram fod,a- Sully has been giving
game up until the sixth and seventh !lhe bc1 f satisfaction, and yesterday
stanzas, but in those hectic periods it ! waa i the th"
was one long wall of anguish. A base ja ehare oI A9 PannlnS-
on balls, two boots and a single gave
the gray suits a pair in No. 6. In the !
next cage, two siugles, a bungle and
two walks netted two more.
Olympia A. A. Monday eight. In the
semi-windup Willie Moody was shaded
by Charlie Turner. In the prelimin-
Flaok, - If 1
rniinrnin ce A
aries Nell McCune won from Willie I m-u iw
Calhoun, cf 0
Qulncy, 111., May 28. Snyder was in
vincible In the last of the series here
yesterday and held Bloomlngton to
two hits. Quincy. battered out-PicX-ett
in the early innings and Keupper
stopped the' scoring. Score: -
Quincy. R. H. PO.'A. E.
Collins, cf .... 0 1 1 0 0
Kerwin. If : . 1 1 1 0 0
Golvin, lb .. .. ....... . 2
Kahl, 2b ..." .. 0
Ward, 3b ........ 0
Snyder, p 0
Billings, c ..... . . . . 0
Willis, rf 0
Conger, ss 1
nings. , Hit by pitcher By Gregg
(Lofton). v Time 2:00. Uinplres
Cusack. and Johnson. -
U i Pet.
. . AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Philadelphia .-. 24
Cleveland-;. . . . . ..... . .'. .24
Chicago,.'- . .21
Washington ' ........ 19
St Louis - 18
New York 9
- . NATIONAL LEAGUE.
- - Ww L.
Philadelphia . . . . 22 7
Brooklyn 19 14
Chicago ..... ..19 17
St-Louis -.. ....... ..IS 17
New -York 16 16
Pittsburgh 16 19
Boston-: ! 13 18
Cincinnati- 10 25
. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
. , w. L. .
Cdurabus:. .20. .14
Milwaukee ...:.T...23 18
Louisville . . . ; ... 22 17
0 ! Kansas-City .'. .'.22 . 19
0 I Minneapolis ..... ." 20 18,
0 SfiPaul .....17 19.
Indianapolis la 20
Toledo. .......12 . 26
Jackson,-rf ..' '. 0
Mack, cf 0
Hartford, ss 0
Vinson, lb 0
4 7 27 16 1
R. H. PO. A. E.
Lister, 2b ' .
Ohlin, If ..
Kelly, 3b . . .
Erloff, c" . . .
Total 0 2 24 9
Quincy 0 0 3 0 0 10 0
Bloomlngton "....0 0000000 0 0
Stolen bases Golvin,' 2; Ward, 2;
Jackson. Three-base hit Golvin. Dou
ble play Jackson to Vinson. Bases
on balls Off -Snyder, 2; off Pickett,
3; off Keupper, I. Struck out By
Snyder, 1; by Pickett, 2; by Keupper,
2. Hit by ' pitcher By Pickett Gol
vin. . Time 1:12. Umpire McNulty.
. Danville, III., May 28. Prendergast
was-hit. hard and often by tnfe war
riors of Walsh and Danville took the
third straight", game from the Distil
lers at Soldiers' Home field yesterday-
afternoon, by a score of 9 to 4. -Score:.
.Danville.- . . R. H. PO. AVE.
Graham; cf 0 1 2 0 0
VogeJ, 2b 3.136 0
Queisser, c .... 0 0 7. -2 0
Kaylor, rf t ..:l 3 2. 1 1
Wallace, If 1 11 0 0
Staley, lb 1 2 11 0 0
White, 3b 1 1 0. 4 0
Falk, ss 11111
Witte, p 11 0 4 0
Total 9 11 27 18 2
Peoria. R.K.PO.A. E.
. : WESTERN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet
Denver 21 13 .618
Lincoln ...20 13 .606
St. Joseph 20 14- .58S
Sioux City 16 15 .516
Omaha 17 17 .500
Des Moines 15 18 .455
Topeka ...14 19 .424
Wichita 10 24 .294
W. L. Pet.
Burlington 16 8 .667
Muscatine 14 8 .636
Waterloo 13 8 .619
Ottumwa 13 8 .619
Monmouth 9 12 .429
Keokuk 8 12 .400
Kew;anee 8 14 .364
Cedar Rapids ....... 5 16 .238
: ' ' W. L. Pet
Oshkosh :16 5 .762
Milwaukee ....... '...15 7 .682
Wausau ' ...... 10 - 9 .526
Rockford 10 11 .476
Green-Bay 10 11 .476
Madison 8 13. .381
AppJeton 7' 13 .350
Racine 6 13 .316
" CENTRAL LEAGUE.
' . W. L. Pet
Grand Rapids :.18 12 .600
Springfield 19 13 .594
Fort Wayne 1.16 17 .485
Terre Haute 15 17 .485
Dayton ....13 '17 .432
Evansvllle 12 18 .400
Aiacx oy a narrow margin in six
rounds. Jack Reck stopped Johnny
Foley in three rounds, and Danny Mc
Cabe shaded Harry Dougherty.
Bloomlngton, Ind., May 28. Scouts
from three big league teams have
been in Bloomlngton recently watch
ing the work .of Carl H. Schultz, Indi
ana university's southpaw, who is con
sidered by local fans the premier
pitcher of the conference colleges.
Schultz, however, is a Junior at the
university and says he will not consid-
Decatur took one in the second In-1
Flannagan pulled a hum-dinger In
..ui. n ;the lcft neW palisade and - dragged
- - " down one from Koepping s bat
to Hlrsrh. B.ake drove one down the
left field foul line for two sacks. Due;
i the sixth when he beat it way back to
gan sent him around with a clean one j iiineilght wnel
to the center garden, and grabbed sec- Ijyjyp cn gi't2
Al Bromwich also broke into the
In the third Gorman hit one to left
fitld whi:h wps neezpri fnr a Rfifptv
Clemens ran in and just touched the ! er Passional ball until after he has
I , com Dieted his course at Indmna.
i rmi i r r m a n mmpfl ari v nnmori it
I frr thf liPVfttrm itntinn Hut wa rm.
The Sox grabbed one in the second , cillcd 0Q a ,ck n Koepplng.
and another In the seventh but that i
Kewanee, 111., May 28. Outfielder
Al Nickel, formerly with Hannibal
and Galesbure. regarded as the hard
est hitter tn thp Ppntrnl nssnHatlnn I
has been released by kewanee.
Warring, c 1
Yolle, c 0
Walsh. 3b 0
MiHer, 3b 0
Moore, rf 1
Prendergast, p ...... . 1
Dubuque. Iowa, May 28. Catcher
Jack Raycraft of Chicago yesterday
hen he pulled down a line signed with Dubuque. Raycraft re
it7'a n .r rinh in th. efrh I Dotted to Manaeer Rowland Inst venr
ond on the throw to the plate. O Brlon;x . ,i, lDut was sent home under unsnenaion
....v .... ..... ii 4.u .a u.ab i a . .
aiea on a roner 10 mrscn. ivaiser i . -L . ... i i ... .v. ,-jji . l ,
.. . ,. . , ria snoi naa ever goiien away, inert i uuviuic i kmuu. AU ' Reattv ih
got a walk but was nailed at second on ,,, hovo hcn nnftfn ,. 0aaa I oDeration this sDrtnz made him lat. Jn 1D. f
- v... uvu. mmij muui.u i - inrnnp-ir a i
Total 4 8 24 9 2
Stolen bases Vogel, 3; Kaylor, 2;
Wallace, Walsh, Miller, Yolle. Two
base hits White, Falk, Holke. Three
base hits Staley, Miller. Struck out
By Witte, 4; Prendergast, 6. Bases
on balls Off Witte, 3; off Prender
fast 4.. Wild pitch Witte. Hit by
pitcher Miller. Time 1:38. Umpire
Dubuque, Iowa, May 28. In one of
the most ragged games witnessed on
the local grounds for some time,
Springfield won from Dubuque yester
day by a score of S to 5. Score:
Dubuque. R. H. PO. A. E.
Jude, Jf , 012 2 0
Isaacs, 3b 0
Swanson, cf 0
St Louis 6
' THREE EYE LEAGUE,
Davenport, 2; Decatur, 5.
Dubuque, 5; Springfield, 8.
Quincy, 4; Bloomington, 0.
Danville, 9; Peoria, 4.
. AMERICAN LEAGUE.'
Philadelphia, 8-7; Washington, 0-L
St Louis. 3; Detroit 2. . . -- -: -New
York-Boston, rain. -.,
Chicago. 2; St Louis, 1.-
Boston,l-5;-New. York.-0-2. ' --
- Brooklyn-Philadelphia, rain:
' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION; '
St' Paul. 5; Kansas City, 4, 10 in
. Indianapolis, 1; Louisville, 9.
Minneapolis, 8; Milwaukee, 7. fa
Columbus-Toledo, rain. ,
Sioux City, 5; Wichita, 4 (10 in
Omaha, 14;vTopeka, 2.
St. Joseph, 5; Lincoln,' 0. . 0
Des Moines, 4; Denver, 8. .
Racine,-1; Madison,. 0. -
Milwaukee, 10; Rockford, 0. '
..Wausau, 17; Appleon,. 2.
Green Bay, 6; Oshkosh, 5. j -v
, FEDERAL -LEAGUE.
No games scheduled. . -
CENTRAL. ASSOCLVTION. '
Waterloo, 5; Keokuk. 1.' -Cedar.
Rapids, 0; Bujrllngton, 3.
. Monmouth, 1; Ottumwa, 7. -'
. Kewanee, 4; Muscatine, 8:' - '
r Grand Rapids, 6; Springfield, 5.
Fort Wayne, 0; Terre Haute, L
Chattanooga, 7; Mobile, 5..
Atlanta, 2; New Orleans, 8.
Nashville, 3; Memphis, 4. (11
Birmingham, 2; Montgomery, 10,
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Los Angeles, 0; Venice, 5.
Portland, 4; San Francisco, 1.
JAWN EVERS IS ONCE
AGAIN HANDED HOOK
Manager Evers of the Cubs was a
victim of the umpire's wrath again
yesterday when, in the seventh In
ning of the game against the Cardinals-on
the west side, he .was ordered
off the field by Umpire Orth. At the
close of the game the Cub manager
declared in an interview that he did
not know why he was put out and that
It seemed to him that "Orth had it in
for him." . It was Orth who put him
out in New York, after which Evers
suffered a suspension of three days.
It is likely he will be suspended again.
According to Evers, he gave the um
pire no cause for such action yester
day. The thing took place just after
Konetchy had stolen second base in
the seventh inning. Archer's throw
was high and Evers had no chance to
get the man. .
"I didn't kick on the; decision," said
the Trojan, "and can't remember of
saying anything to Orth. It seemed
to me he ordered me out of the game
only because it happened to be a play
on which I might kick. As soon as he
ordered me out I walked up to him
and demanded the reason and he said
I called htm yellow. I wanted to
know when I had said that, and he an
swered that he didn't have to tell me."
After being ordered out Evers fol
lowed the umpire around, sticking his
face close to that of the official as if
he would bite him, but, according to
the manager, all this took place after
he had been ordered out
FRISKY CARDS 2-1
Comes All the Way Back by
Holding St. Louis Sluggers
to Five Hits.
Chicago, May 28. Those who saw
Big Orvie Overall perform on the
baseball diamond at ihe west side yes
terday are convinced he has come all
the way back and settled confidently
into his athletic manner of five years
ago. By. splendid hurling he led the
Cubs to a victory over the Cardinals
in a tight contest. 2 to 1.
It was a game requiring sturdy and
skillful pitching, for Big Orvie was op
posed by "Slim" Sallee, the clever
Bouthpaw, making it quite certain that
few runs would be scored by the Tro
jans. They hopped on Mr.. Sallee at
the start, and, aided by a couple of
slips, rushed two runs home in a jiffy.
Overall seemed to understand ha
was fortunate in having those two
runs on his side, and in order to gain
a victory he must make those two'
runs win the game. At least he seem
ed to pitch accordingly, always with
marked muscular exertion and pains
taking precision. The score: '
Chicago. AB. . H. PO. A. E.
Miller. If ....2 10 3 10
Evers. 2b ..' 3 1 1 0 1 0
Phelan, 2b 1 0
Mitchell, rf 4 0
Zimmerman, 3b 3 0
Saler, lb 2 0
Leach, cf 2 0
Bridwell, ss 2 0
Archer, c 3 0
Overall, p 3 0
Jockey Killed at Belmont.
New" York, May 28. William Smith,
19 years old, Warrenton, Va., a jockey,
connected with the Widener stables,
was thrown and killed yesterday e
exercising a horse over the jumps at
Belmont park race track.
Total 25 2 5 27 14 1
St. Louis. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Huggins. 2b ..2 0
Magee, If 4 0
Sheckard, rf 4 0
Mowrey. 3b 3 0
Konetchy, lb 3 0
Oakes, cf 4 0
WTiitted, ss 4 0
Cather . . .
Geyer, p .,
Total .....30 1 5 24 10 1
Ran for McLean in eighth.
Batted for Sallee in eighth.
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a
St Louis ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Three base hit MltchelL Struck
out By Overall, Sheckard; by Sallee,
Zimmerman, Archer, Saler; by Geyer,
Miller. Bases on balls Off Overall,
3; off Sallee, 4. Double plays Miller
to Phelan; Sheckard to Hildebrand to
Mowrey. Hits Off Sallee, 3 in 7 in
nings. Wild pitch Geyer. - Time
1:26. Umpires Klem and Orth.
' Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons Lawton, Mich.,
says: "Dr. Detcbon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; had to
be lifted for two months. She began
the use of the remedy and Improved
rapidly. On Monday she could not
move and on Wednesday she got up,
dressed herself and walked out for
breakfast" Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island;
Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Seo .
j ond street Davenport (Adv.)
Scherer's bump to Koepping.
I to that five.
In the awful sixth Blake waited out
four bad ones and ambled to first, but
was forced on Duegan's tap to Hirsch.
O'Brien hit V Red, who bundled, rlv
T pl",etJjed his position in flawless style, ac
fllllng the bases Scherer tapped to , cepUng
xweu. who wm ill V4u. auu
Duggan was nailed at the plate. Scher
er took a lead off first and Coleman
threw to Koepplng. O'Brien made a
break for the plate, and the Elglnlte's
heave was wild, allowing the Irishman
to score. Kaiser and Scherer both ad
vancing a base on the play. Gorman
was walked, filling the bases. Lynch
hit to Koepping who again miscuAl.
allowing Kaiser to score. Blitz ended
the agony with a rainbow to center.
MORE OF THE SAME.
There was more misery in the next
stanza. Flannagan picked out a nice
one and clouted it to center field.
Blake hit another to the same place,
sending his teammate to thehlrd sta
tion. Ha then stole second. Duggan
fanned. O'Brien hit to Bromwich, who
heaved wild to the plate In an effort
to cut down Flannagan, who scord.
Kaiser hit to Reed and was cafa on
ft fielder's choice, Blake being run
Said Crouch boy may be a young-
j ster but he looks the goods. In his
I two inning workout yesterday he field
Pat FlahaAy was handed a single
on a silver platter surrounded by
water cress in the sixth. He hit a
high one between center and right
gardens. Scherer and Bllta beta ran
in to make the catch, and then pulled
the Alphonse-Gaatoa noise, allowing
the pesky horsehlde to drop between
them as they stood with hands on
their hips lamping the descent
Well, here's hoping that the Blue
Sox got all that -bush stuff out of their
EVERS ASKS WAIVERS ON
REULBACH AND RICHIE
If Manager Evers of the Cab has
Ms way, Edward Reulbach, tor years
one of the West Siders' mainstays In
the box, and Lew Richie, another star
Kewanee, ni.. May 27. Inflelder jLamUne,' p 0 0
Richards, formerly with Rockford and
recently with Qulncy, was signed by
Kewanee's Central association team
I DAILY RIDDLES
1. What holdB all the snuff in the
2. Where should one go to find con
3. What is the busiest letter In the
4. Why are fixed stars like wicked
old men? .
5. Why la a Idas like a scandalous
tory? - -
No osa knows (nose). '
To tit dictionary. "
Tbc latter "B." (bet).
BocauM they scintilla t (eln-'lll-
Gregg, p .'. 0 0
B. 34cau It goes from mouth to
Total 5 8 27 12 3
Springfield. R. H. PO. A. E.
Lofton, If 21 10 0
Jolly, rf 2 1 3 1 0
Kommers. cf ......... 1 2 3 0 0
Wakefield, lb 11 7 0 1
Clayton, 2b 0 0 11 0
Balrd. 3b 1 0 2 4 0
Wolfe, c ..1 0 C 2 0
Burgwald, as... 0 1 4 2 0
Schroeder, p 0 2 0 1 0
Total'.. 8 8 27 11 1
Dubuque 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5
Springfield .0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 28
Stolen bases Jude, Raycraft, Erie
wein, Kommers, 2; Jolly, Wakefield,
Balrd, Eohroeder. . Two-base hits
SwaxsoB, Biebert. Jolly. Double plays
Eargwald to Clayton to Jolly to
Wolfe; 'Judy to Erleweia. Struck out
By - LsmMna, 7; by Bcuroeder. 4.
Base oa bells Off Gregg, 2; off Lam
line,. 4 j.. off .Schroeder, Z. HKs-rOff
Gregg, S in two aud . two-tiirla- ia.
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' ' ' i .
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swellest styles and the best
qualities are ready at
This Is the store where you
can surely be suited and fitted.
Come In and see the newest
OPEN WEDNESADY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 10:30.
A DOLLAR SAVED ON EVERY HAT
aegje TFailorang Co.
T. li. HAEGE, Prop.
lock for the name Haege on the vlndow. Next door to Ramser's Jewelry Store.