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Reed's Triple and Koepping's
Single Cause Danville's De
CARSLAKE IS TY COBB OF MOTORCYCLE
RACING; NERVIEST LIVING CHUG BIKER j
GAME IS PITCHERS' BATTLE
Hendrix Allows but Five Hit
Strikes Out Nine Batsmen.
Dubuque 34 1.
Local Pugilist Hammers Jimmie
Murphy About Ring and
GO STAGED IN MID-STREAM
GAMES TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Danville at Davenport.
Peoria at Dubuque.
Quincy at Springfield.
Bloomington at Decatur.
BY PAUL BRUNER.
After copping an entire series from
the league leaders. Connie WaJsh's
chesty Danville bull tossers invaded
Jim Hayes' hall lot yesterday afier
noon and lost a fiercely contested bat
tle in the 14th inning by a score of 2
to 1. The lilua Sox nailed a run in
the first on a double rteal, and Dan
ville knotted the count in the second
stanza by means of two tingles and j
a boot. From that time on tho game j
resolved itself into a gruelling, heart-!
breaking grind, both teams pulling!
out cf innumerable holes by brilliant I
defensive work and high class hurling.'
With one out In Davenport's half of
the fourteenth, Heed, who had not
connected safely all afternoon, lined
the pill clear to the right field f?nce
and never stopped until he had landed
HLfely on tho third cushion. With the
Cleveland, O., June 23. Just as
'here is only one Ty Cobb in baseball,
immense crowd veiling wildly, Koep-iso also there's but me Brownie Cars
ping won an everl::,tir.g home for iako in the motorcycle racing pastime.
Ty established his reputation on the
Ring Is Put Up on Boat Which
Anchored Near Andalusia Big
Crowd on Hand.
public has been wanting to see and
will ir-.ke each one of the classes
Mike Donnelly has a green pacer
that is going to be a sensation. They
do not care to say how fast he is
stepping, but Tuesday his first work
out was so fast that his owner did not
believe his watch and asked to have
the horse repeated and then he step
ped a faster mile than the first one.
Honor's Princess will be with us
at the next meet. Last year she got
a mark of and it is said she is
training better than ever before. Fun
ny Swift is stepping some fast miles
in his workouts and is also headed for
the next meet.
George Pointer is rounding Into a
very promising trotter and after each
workout day his owner advances the
price on him. In a few weeks, if he
continues to train steadily. His owner
will never consider selling him. He
will be classed with the slow trotters
at the next meeting.
There is some talk of getting in
some running horses for the Fourth,
which would be a big drawing card,
but sonie of the promotors seem to
desire another, class for the pacers,
and others were inspired by the team
of mules running away at the last
race and seem to think a mule race
will be exciting. At any rate they are
leaving nothing undone to have a
good meet and will surely interest
anvone who is fond of the horses.
Mr. Russell has moved both of his
horses to the track and both will be i Monday, July 13.
entered in the next race. Almeada
R. is a big strong pacer that will
make the best of them go. j
Andy Brady is much pleased w ith i
the last performance of his trotter
and believes she would have won her
race in straight heats had she not i
been pocketed in the second heat. He
is arranging to enter her in several
3-year-old stakes throughout this rac
Prairie Game, the horse that Miers
trained here a coupie of years ago,
Earl Henderson added another laurel j
leaf to his credit yesterday by win
ning the decision over Jimmie Murphy,
the Chicago battler, who lost to
Packy McFarland one year ago by a
shade, in a 10 round go.
The go' was staged in mifl-stream,
near Andalusia, and there was no at
tempt at interference on the part of
the authorities. Murphy had the fight
of his career on hand yesterday, and
during the closing rounds was hammer
ed about the ring until he was groggy.
Ow ing to a misunderstanding, it was
noised about that the fight w as a
draw. At the end of the 10th round,
both fighters were standing together,
and Referee Dennis Bennett raised
Murphy's hand, thinking it to be Hen
derson's. He immediately discovered
his mistake and grabbed Henderson's
mitt. The crowd then got the im
pression that the affair was a draw.
In the first two rounds, both men
sparred for openings and neither had
the advantage. In the third, Murphy
started his famous rushing and boring
tactics, but was stopped every time
by Henderson's left to the face and
his right arm body blows. At the 1 is working fine at Galesburg and is
beginning of the sixth, Murphy awak-j headed for the big ring as a :12 trot
ened to the fact that his rushing was ter. Miers is the man who brought
Des Moines, 8 8; Lincoln, 11 t.
St. Joseph. 1 1 ; Denver, 0 2.
Sioux City, 1611; Topeka, 106
(second game seven innings).
Monmouth. 12; Cedar Rapids. 3.
Ottumwa. 71; Keokuk, 3 7.
Muscatine, 42; Burlington. 1 1.
Waterloo, 03; Kewanee, 14.
Dayton. 0; Grand Rapidr., 2.
Springfield, 9; Fort Wayne. L
Evansville, 2; Terre Haute, 7.
Chicago, 1 6; Indianapolis, 4 3.
Cleveland, 1 4; Pittsburgh, 7 3.
Covington-St. Louis, rain.
Pekin. 6; Champaign, 0.
Kankakee, 4; Lincoln, 1.
Other games postponed, rain.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
San Francisco, 23; Portland, 35,
Los Angeles, 0 2; Venice, 4 0.
Sacramento, 2 6; Oakland, 1 0.
Memphis, 6 4; Chattanooga, 3 1.
Montgomery. 4; Nashville. 1.
Mobile, 3; Birmingham, 2.
New Orleans, 2; Atlanta, 4.
CUBS TAKE SHOR
GAME FROM CARD
Rain Stops Contest at End cf
Fifth Zimmerman Gets
WHITE SOX BREAK EVEN
Browns, With Leverenz on Mound,
Win Two-Hit Opener but
Drop Second. . '
ILLINOIS TENNIS STARS
TO COMPETE AT DECATUR
The Central Illinois Tennis associa
tion will hold its annual tennis tour
nament in Decatur, 111., commencing
The Decatur Coun
try club has tendered the use of its
clubhouse, shower baths and fine
shale courts. Meals will be served
to all visiting players, last year there
were over 75 entries and this year
promjses to exceed that number.
Beautiful silver trophy cups will be
offered as prizes in both singles and
doubles. This tournament is open to
all players in Illinois outside of Cook
county. All Rock Island players wish
ing to enter may procure entry blanks
from Harry E. Haines, Decatur, 111.
Further information will be cheerful
ly furnished to those desiring same.
St. Louis, Mo., June 23. The Tro
jans copped a bob-tailed win from
tho floundering Cardinals yesterday
afternoon by a 6 to 0 count. Tho C-L-s
managed to run up this cluster of
runs in the brief time of five innings,
after which the game was called on
account of rain. Heinle Zimmerman
celebrated his return to the game by
annexing a single, a two bagger and
a three bagger. The score:
Chicago. AB. R. II. TO. A. E.
Loach, cf .
Evers. 2 b .
I Schulte, rf
Saier, lb 3
Mitchell, If 3
liridwell, ss 1
llresnahan, c 2'
Tierce, p 2
Total 22 C 10 15 10 1
St. Louis. AB. R. IT. PO. A. E.
himself when he cracked ti'.a ball
nlnnp tlifl tfifril linu liiin tr n rim
.Win. n.l need ,ln.r linn, ! diamond by being original
win the wlnninK tally. Some finish. zinnia!? fame as a chug biker 'in the
Roddy Heiulrk got buck to his form "mc? way. '
rsf lupt season mid ritcl ed a n.aMerful j Brown'e Cars-lake dees his daring
game, holding the visitors to five i and Fpoctucular stunts in the C'eve
fcattered blow, opposed to him was j land rr.ctordome, bu". his name is
the lanky Selby. Kelby pitched air i known wherever motorcyle racing en
tlght ball up until the fourteenth. :U-, thusiasts r.re to be found. He is the
though he was generous in his walks. speediest r.nd tlia nerviest cf them all.
handing out free transportation to mx Brownie came here from far off
Blue Sox. Davenport threatened in
Australia, quitting his job as motor-l
man on a trolley car in Melbourne for
a more exci'ing life in America. He
has found 'fame and even fortune in
his adopted land.
Carslake was a big thriller last year
until his eiie kick, Bob Hunter, was
killed in a championship race. That
accident took seme of the pep out of
him, but he's in his o'd stride now,
end Cleveland's chief in his chosen pro
fession. Sarslake holds several wor'.d's
records. He has made two miles in
1:30 3-5; four milos in 3:09; five miles
in 3:0G ,and six miles in 4:38.
more disastrous than otherwise. He
then switched his attack, and standing
up boxed his opponent, holding Hen
derson even. The seventh was fairly
In the eighth ninth and tenth Hen
derson hammered the Chicago boy all
over the ring, invariably getting in a
left to the face in the clinches and
shooting in a right to the body. Mur
phy took a terrific beating in these
stanzas and was lighting wild all the
way. Toward the end he was decided
ly groggy, and the final tap of the gong
him out, and should receive a lot of
credit for the action of this horse.
Cleveland . ,
when with two gone Peters "- - - -
scratched an J:: field hit and Hendrix: to S'aley. Carrigan singled
followed with a single.
uui, imwrvri, u:m ivut-yy.uH hjjij'u
to the catcher. The Sox could have
won the game in the tenth IF. With
one down Broinwtch got a life, on
Staley's muff of an infield pop up. He
essayed to steal second and. was nail
ed. Immediately thereafter Clemens i was 0yt
Reed struck : owt attempting to steal. Peters' fanned.
whanged the ptil for three cushions.
and had Bromwich only stayed on the
first cushion, the game would have
ended right there. But enough of the
post mortem. Here is a diagram.
No runs, one bit, no errors.
I-1 FT II IVMNG.
Danville Falk and Selby fanned.
Breitensteln was out, Reed to Neer.
No runs, no hit.s. no errors.
Davenport Hondrix fanned. Reed
on a grounder to Staley.
Koepping walked and stole second.
Flaherty walked. P.romwich popped
to Falk. No -runs, no hits, no errors.
Danville Voel grounded out. Reed
to Xrr. Oueisser flew out to center
Danville Breitenstein grounded nH K'avlr.r flew nut i.-, riht. No runs
out. Bromwich to Neer. Yogel walked
and was out attempting to steal, pe
ters to Reed. Queisser popped to
Koepping. No runs, no hits, no er
rors. Davenp,rt Reed was out, Yogel to
Staley. Koepping singled to left. Fla-
harty was hit by the pitcher, making
two on. Bromwich grounded to Yo
gel. who threw Flaharty out at sec- j
ond. Koepping went to Uurd on the
play and Bromwich was safe on a
fielder's choice. Bromwich made a
break for second und Queisser heav
ed tho ball to tho second cushion.
Koepping broke for the plate and
Queisser dropped the ball, Koepping
fliding In with the ruu. Clemens
grounded out. White to Staley. One
run, one hit, no errors.
Danville Kaylor grounded out.
Reed to Neer. Wallace singled to
right and stole second. Peter's throw
was wide and got away from Red,
Wallace going to third. Staley sin
gled, scoring Wallace. White was hit
by the pitcher. KVlk and Selby fan
ned. One run, two hits, one error.
Davenport Neer was hit by the
no hits, no errors.
Davenport Clemens flew out to left.
Neer struck out. Carrigan walked.
Peters w alked. Carrigan went to third
oa a passed bail, and Peters was
thrown ont at second. No runs, no
h'tf, no errors.
SF. F.MH llG.
Danville Wallace grounded out.
Reed to Neer. Staley singled, but was
thrown cut a'tempting to steal second.
White fanned. No runs, one hit, no
Bavcjport Hendrix flew out to
right. KroA popped to Staley and
Kcepping roppod to Yogel. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Danvillr Falk out. Reed to Neer.
Selby flew out to Clemens and Breit
enstein grounded to Koepping. No
runs, r.o hits, no errors.
Cavenport Flaherty whiffed. Brom
wich flew out to left. Breitenstein lost
Clemens' fly in the sun and Bob went
to second. Neer grounded to Staley.
No runs, no hits, one error.
Danviile Vcgel singled to right and
pitcher. Carrigan attempted to bunt , was sacrificed to second by Queisser.
and popped to Queisser. Ne.T stole Kaylor popped to Bromwich. Wallace
second. Peters died. White to S'.a'.ey, ' walked, but Staley ended it with a
ana iienanx grounaea cut, i-aiK xo , pop-up to Bromwich. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Davenport Kaylor made a beautiful
catch of Carrigan's long fly which went
Staley. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Ill I HI) IXIG.
Danville Breitenstein fanned. Yo
gel died. Reed to Neer. Queisser almoFt to the right field fence. Teters
grounded out, Koepping to Neer. No j hit a Flow grounder along the third
runs, no hits, ho errors. ; base line and beat the throw to first
Davenport-Reed famed. Koeppir.g Hendrix tingled to left, sendiiij. Peters
to second. Heed fanned, and Koepping
Topped to QiiCisser. No runs, two tits,
Danville White's grounder went,
through Reed's legs to center field, but
the batter was thrown out attempting
to steal eecond. Falk died on a ground
tr to Neer. and Selby fsnncd. No
r"ns, no hits, one error.
Davenport Flaharty popped to Falk.
Stalky rnn '".most to the plate for
Bromwieh's pop up and then dropped
attempting to steal. Clemens tripled
to center field fence. Neer flew out
to right. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Danville Breitenstein grounded to
Reed, Yogel irrounded to Hendrix and
Queisser grounded to Reed. No runs,
No rues, no hits, no errors.
Davenport Carrigan flew to center,
Peters popped to Queisser and Hen
drix grounded to Yogel. Ko runs, no
hits, no errcis.
Danville Kaylor grounded to Koep
ping, Wallace flew out to center and
Staley grounded to Hendrix. No runs.
j no hits, no errors.
Davenport Reed walked and was
sacrificed to second by Koepping. Fla
harty rolled to Staley and BromwiSTi
flew to center. No runs, no hits, no
Danville White fanned. Clemens
gathered in Falk's line drive after a
hard run. Salby grounded to Neer.
Nofi runs, no hits, no errors.
Davenport Clemens . grounded to
Falk. Neer doubled to left and went
to third when Carrigan was thrown
out. Falk to Staley. Peters grounded
to White. No runs, one hit, no errors
Danville Breitenstein grounded to
Reed. Yogel popped to Reed. Queis
ser fanned. No runs, no hits, no er
rors. Davenport Hendrix flew out to cen
ter. Reed tripled to the right field
fence. Koepping singled along the
third -base line, scoring Reed. One
run, two hits, no errors.
Davenport. AB. R. H. FO. A. E.
Reed, ss 6 1 1 2 9 1
Kceppins, 2b 4
Flaharty, rf 4
Bromwich, 3b 6
Clemens, 1 6
Neer, lb 5
Carrigan, cf 5
was decidedly welcome to him. 1st. Louis 23
coi,d klikt attack. tNew York 17
An unknown in the shape of a burly
negro, who has fought Sam Lang'ford
and Jim Flynn, blew in from the
coast and was slated to go up against
Big Boy Butler
wind of the fact that his opponent
w as not easy "pickin's" and succumb
ed to an acute attack of cold feetis,
failing to show up. About 250 fans
witnessed the go.
The local dinge got j New York 32
St. Louis 24
Cincinnati i 20
COLEMAN GETS A BOOT
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 23. Pitts
burgh, by opportune hitting, won the
second game of the series from Cin
cinnati yesterday by 5 to 4. Adams
pitched good ball with tho exception
of the second inning, when Cincinnati
made five hits and four runs. For the
balance of the game he kept the hits
scattered and prevented the locals
from scoring. Ames also pitched good
ball up to the eighth, when he weak
ened and Brown was called upon to
relieve him. Coleman caught Adams
and his record follows: R., 1; H., 1;
PO., 3; A., 1; E., 1. The score:
Pittsburgh ...1 0 1 0000 305 9 1
Cincinnati ...0 4 000 00 0 01 11 1
Batteries Adams and Coleman;
Ames, Brown and Kling.
Huggins, 2b 1 0 0
Magee, If k.2 0 0
Oakes, cf 2 0 0
Mowrey, 3b 2 0 0
Koney, lb 2 0 1
Whitted, If 1 0 0
Hauser, ss 1 0 0
McLean, c .; 2 0 0
Perritt, p 1 0 0
Burk. p 0 0 0
O'Leary 0 0 0
W. L. Pet.
St. Paul ' 32
Danville 0100000000000 01
Hits by innings:
Davenport ..1011000021001 29
Danviile ...02 0 1 001 0 1 00 0 0 05
Summary: Stolen bases Koepping
(2), Bromwich (2), Neer, Wallace,
Sacrifice hits Koepping, Wallace,
Queif-ser. Two base hits Neer, Kay-jKansas -"ltv 33
lor. Three base hits Clemens. Reed, i Toledo 27
leit cn oases Davenport, 14; Dan
ville, 5. Bases on balls Off Hendrix,
2; off Selby, 6. Struck out By Hen
drix, 9; by Selby, 5. Double play
Quekser to Yogel. Passed ball
Queisser. Hit by pitcher Flaharty.
Neer, White. Time of game 2:20.
SOTBS OF THE GAME.
Same teams today.
Umpire Cusack was roundly hissed
when he put in an appearance on the
Queisser was working under diffi
culties, being afflicted with a fiat
Staley has one of the largest bats
now extinct. On one of his trips to
the plate, O'Leary shouted from the
bench, "Where did you get the tree,
The attendance was 1,852.
Denver 41 19
St. Joseph 36 26
Des Moine3 34 27
Lincoln 33 29
Omaha 33 30
Sioux City 27 34
Topeka , 22 39
Wichita 21 43
walked. Flaharty singled, sending
Koepping to second. Bromwich
grounded to Falk, who threw out Fla
harty at second, giving Bromwich a
life and putting Koepping on third.
Clemens grounded out. Falk to Staley.
No runs, one hit. no errors.
Datville Kaylor doubled to left,
and was sacrificed to third by Wallace,
who was thrown out, Neer to Koep
ping. Staley and White pcr-Ppd to
Koepping. No runs, cne hit. no errors.
Peters, c . .
This glorious weather we have been
blessed with the last few weeks has
q j served to bring out the extreme speed
q 1 in a few of the horses at the t'.ack.
Davenport Neer grounded out, Yogel jthe tall. Bromwicli was thrown out
Danville. . . .
Erettcnstein, If .... 6
Yogel, 2b 5
QueLseer, c 6
Kaylor, rf 5
Wallace, cf 3
Staley, lb 5
White, 8b 4
Falk, ss 5
Selby, p 6
.47 2 9 42 20 2
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Total 43 1 640 16 -2
One oat when winning run was
Score by innings:
They are all doing fine and the train
ers are all expecting to win money
with them. By far the best one at the
present time Is Dr. Soule's mare. La
Myrlitta, Tuesday Bhe worked a slow
mile and in the repeat started work.
ing slow. At the finish of the first
half several of the rail birds .asked
for speed and her driver started to
search her and finished the last baif
in l:G5Vi. She has been turning out
miles around :13 and :14. Her train
cr ana tne owner cr Leona u. are
planning another match race for July
4. This promises to be one of the
best races that has ever been pulled
in Rock Isiand. .
The Tri-C!ty Driving association
will meet tonight to arrange classes
for the meet of the Fourth. They
are going to get In several new
horses that have not been entered
here this year. This will be what the
ULTIMATUM WINS $30,200
Favorite Rewards Backers in Rich
Steeplechase in French Capital.
Paris, June 23. The Grand Steeple
chase Le Paris, at four miles and one
half furlongs, value $30,200, was won
yesterday at the Auteuil track by Ed
mund Yeil Pickard's Ultimatum. M.
J. Prat's Marteau II. was second, and
Baron Louis La Cazes' Fischoff, fin
ished fifth with Tripotll. A beautiful j Twenty-five thousand royal
June day brought out a record attend- j sat through the proceedings
Total 14 0 1 15 5 1
Batted for Burk in fifth.
Chicago 1 1 0 0 46
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hit Zimmerman. Three
base hits Zimmerman, Leach, Schul
te. Struck out By Perritt (Evers);
by Pierce (Perrilt. Huggins). Bases
on balls Off IVrritt, 1; off Pierce. 5.
Double play Mowrey to Koney. Hits
OIT Perritt. 9 in 4 1-3 innings; off
Burk, 1 in 2-3 inning. Passed balls
Bresnahan, McLean. Left, on bases
Chicago, 3; St. Louis, 4. Ti.ne 1:05.
Umpires Brentian and Kivson.
Chicago, June 23. Two whitewash
sprees, both marked by 2 to 0 scores,
f.atured the bargain bill at Comiskey
park yesterday. The first went to the
St. Louis Browns after a spectacular
slab duel between Walter Levorena,
a cadet sou'pawer, and Death Valley
Jim Scott. The former allowed two
scratch hit.s; the latter funned 15 bat
ters. It was "Big Ed" Walsh against
Carl Weilman, another side-wheeler,
in the afterpiece, with the moist-ball
monarch hurling as though he had re
gained " his old accustomed form.
ance. All 12 starters were of fine
quality and the race proved one of
the best of the year. Ultimatum was
the first favorite to justify expecta
tions and won easily by two length.!
The betting was: Ultimatum, 7 to 2;
Marteau II. 61 to 10; Inquisitif, 47
W. L. Fct. I
Ottumwa 29 17 .630 j
Muscatine 28 19 .596 i
Burlington 29 21 .580 1
Waterloo 26 23 .531
Monmouth 20 26 .435 1
Keokuk 20 26 .435
Kewanee 20 29 .408
Cedar Rapids 17 28 .378
News Kept Three Weeks.
Seattle, Wash., June 23. Ed and
Elmer Leader, twins, who pulled Nos.
2 and 3 oars in the Washington shell
in the eight-oared race in the Pough-
Chicago 000000 0000 2 1
St. Louis 1 000 00 0 0 12 5 o'
Batterfej Scott and Schalk; Levcr
ens and Agnew.
Chicago 1000 0 100 2 5 5
St. Ix.uia 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 7 1
Battefies -Walsh and Schalk; Weil
man, Allison and Agnew.
in ignorance three weeks of the
drowning of thefr brother, it was
learned today. Their brother Arthur
was drowned swimming at Rosa, i Dubuque
BLOOMERS ARE BLANKED '
BY FAMOUS "HI" JASPER
Dui-iKjue, Iowa, June 23. Jasper
shut out liu.'oniinston, 5 to 0, yester
...000000 0 5 5 B 2
Grand Rapids 37
Fort Wayne 33
Terre Haute 26
Wash.. June 3, but the twins were not ' Bloonnngtyii .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' 4 1
told of the death because it was fear-1 Batteries .liu-ier tnu Boucher;
ed it would unnerve them for the race.
Arsenal Squad Beaten.
The Cross Country team set back
the soldier boys yesterday on the ar
senal grounds, trimming them 4 to 2.
M&iks siid KrlCff.
IiKcatur, 111., June 2.!.--The Duoctur
Peoria gaine was postponed on ac
count of wet grounds.
Springfield. .III., Jiir.e 23. The
Springfleid-Qulncy game was called
1 It wflfl a nitr-hir' hnttlp nnri there ' . er ,.r . j.
c-q i u ii on i.Lcui:m ui tiei urijuiiui.
W CI Z Oti BU IACUUIQ Hi U1I1C 11.11111:3.
RESULTS TESTE-IDA V.
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Dubuque, 5; Blcomington, 0.
Davenport, 2; Danville, 1 (14 in
nings). Peoria-Decatur (wet grounds).
Springfleld-Qulncy, (wet grounds).
Chicago, 0 2; St. Louis, 20.
Cleveland, 6 2; Detroit, 7 1 (first
game 10 innings). -
St. Louis, 0; Chicago, 6 (five lrnlngs,
Cincinnati, 4; Pittsburgh, 5.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. .
Louisville, 4; Milwaukee, 3. ,
Columbus, 12; Minneapolis, 4.
Toledo, 41; Kansas City, 20.
Indianapolis-St. Paul, rain.
WESTERN LEAGUE. .
Omaha, 72; Wichita, 148-
Pike of the soldiers fanning 20 while
Curtis whiffed 15. The score:
Arsenal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 5 1
Cross Country 10100002 04 6 0 i
MINNESOTA NOT TO MEET
MICHIGAN AT FOOTBALL
Mintiapil;K, Minn., June 23. Tho
and Workman. '
and Zeb; Curtis
Cubs Win Again.
The Cubs added another game tosd that, t.h-
Univfrfity of .Minnesota will not meet
Michigan c.a the foot'oall field next fall:
This became known v lifii tte othietic
authorities at the university anuounc-
r- held open for.thj
their long list of victories yesterday
by defeating the "Haymakers" 5 tr 3.
Mangelsdorf ,of the Cubs pitched great
ball, allowing but two clean hits and
fanning 16 men. McMullen did the
receiving for the winners.
postible sfhrclulijg of Michigan, Oct.
23, had been f.llcd by Lookirg the Uni
vcrrity of North Dalota. TL'5 torn
l:letcs Minnesota's 191. EcU'-'ciul-.
V. C. U. Vina.
The W. C. U. team came up.Ircrn
behind yesterday, tying the s:ore in.
the ninth and defeating Milan in th-J
fourteenth. With the count 5 to 2 in
The L. S. McCabe ball tossing agy
gregation kept up its winning streak i
yesterday by defeating the Harts & ; favor of Milan in the ninth, and three
Bahnsen team 9 to 3 In seven innings, j W. C. U. men on baso, Charlie McGin
Sarauelson was invincible, fanning 17 nis tripled. In' the fourteenth McGin
men. The McCabe team desires an I nis was hit by the pitcher. Miller
out of town game for July 4. Inquiries tripled and w s brought home on
should be addressed to H. L. Painter, John McGinnis' single. The " final
care L. MccaDe & Co. count was 7 to 0.
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