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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. JULY 22, 1913.
SOME NEW FACES
ON THE SOX BENCH
Bob ' Coachman, Ex-Islander
Twirler,. Signs a Pret
HAS ALREADY REPORTED
Another Pitcher and a Backstop
Signed Quincy Is Opposi
Quincy 48 3S
Dubuque 44" 41
Springfield 43 42
Davenport 41 40
Bloomlngton 42 43
Danville 42 44
Decatur 41 45
Teorla 40 47
FA'JTR'UNS, UMPIRE .
HOLDS HIS SLEEVE
St. Lou'.s, Mo.. July 21.-
GAMES TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Quincy at Davenport.
Teorla at Dubuque.
Danville at Springfield.
Decatur at IS'.oomington.
BY PAUL ERUNER.
After a 24-hcur breathing rpell, the
Bluo Sox are at It again this p. in.,
on the home grounds, and tlieir oppo
nents are none other than the league
leaders. The phenomenal spurt of
the Quincy gang, under the manage
ment of Nick Kahl, is the talk of the! down on the field. The man climbed
town right nov.-, and the bugs will I ever the railing of the grandstand and
be there in droves to see the rejuv-1 walked up to the umpire, who asked
enated squad In action. him to come under the grandstand and
As a result of Jim Hayes' scouting Kettle matters,
trip, there are already three new faces i When thr? critic learned that he was
on the Pretzel pny roll Hob Couch- in for a fight, he called for help. Ev-
GEORGE REED MAY
STAY AT DECATUR
White-Clad Skipper Will Linger
if Attendance 13 Good
and Clnb Pays.
Decatur, 111., July 22. Will George
Reed remain In Decatur next year?
is the question that hundreds of fans
are asking every day. While no nego
tiations have been begun by the offi
cials of the local club with Reed for
next year, at the present time, it is
possible that Reed will resume the
managership next season, or else will
take over entire charge .of the club.
That is, however, if the fans of De
catur show their appreciation of his
services and endeavors by turning out
at the games, anci supporting the
Reed can not be expected to return
to Decatur, if the team is not sup
ported, as there is no doubt that he
will receive offers from a number of
other clubs and some in faster com
pany than Decatur. For instance, the
Umpire 1 0:ner day a story came from Portlani.
Tice regarding his ailment Zim ar
rived on an afternoon train, and after
a hurried visit to the Cub offices in
the Corn Exchange building, he im
mediately sought out Dr. Davis, the
club physician, and had his foot ex
amined. Dr. .Davis expects to get Zim
back into the lineup in a short time,
as there seems to be nothing very
serious amiss with the injured mem
ber. Heine spent the remainder of
the afternoon at White Sox park, con
gratulating himself that there was no
Walter Johnson in his league to tam
per with his batting average.
- W. L.
Philadelphia 63 26
Cleveland 53 37
Washington 51 38
Chicago . 50 44
Boston 42 44
Detroit 38 57
St. Louis 37 58
New York 28 58
Quincy Herald Gives History of
Controversy and States
Billy Evans of the American league johio tnat the gtreet car company of
b to 11 uii a. iuj;-oi-war wuu a man
who had been calling him names at a
game here with Washington. After
the scuffle, the umpire held, a shirt
sleeve, but its owner had vanished.
Evans, who was seriously injured
here five years ago, whtn he was
struck by a thrown bottle, afer the
game asked the. noisy spectator to step
man, the largo boy with
locks, who used to do .40ln, i.lab work
for ufl out at the Island City park,
is the feature performer of the newly
the curly ans caught hold of his shirtsle?ve and
trird to pull him into the players'
I coop, but instead pulled the sleeve
i ow of the man's shirt.
arrived. Courlinian has been with the I At this slags of the affair Colonel
A):ron, Ohio, club of the drfunct In- Hedges, president of the St. Louis;
tor tnte leag'io. When the blow-off 1 club, came along and . escorted tne
occurred, he signed his "John Han-! frightened stranger from the park,
cock" to a Davenport contract. Huh I , '
arrived yesterday afternoon and will j and the fan who cares for scenery'
can surely get his
setting is certainly
all there. The
that city had purchased the franchise
and park of the club in the Northwest
league, and that they already were
looking around for a suitable manager
and that George Reed and McCloskey
were named as the possible selections.
Reed had charge of the Portland
team in 1903, and he made such a
favorable impression that he is agaTa
being considered for the managership.
There is no question but that Reed
would like to return to Decatur pro
vided ' the inducements here are suffi
cient, and that means well attended
games. Decatur has a team that the
city may well boast of. In the race
that Is now going on in the Three-I
circuit, any team is likely to have their
slump and can not be expected to win
all of their games. Decatur has passed
that stage, and from the work of the
team in the past three games, it looks
like a straight run up the ladder.
The team is too good' to remain down
in the second division, and if every
thing breaks right, they will be fight-
New York 58 26
! Philadelphia 48 32
Pittsburgh 44 30
Ci icago ..45 41
Brooklyn 38 42
Foston 36 47
St. Louis : .34l 53'
Cincinnati 33 55
a beautiful one
be on exhibition today.
Another Interstate tvirlT, Con Don
ley by name, lias reported. Con lias j even though the Bloomers did get a
been twirling for the Canton, Ohio, I double trouncing, every one who made
club. He is a right liandr. jtiie trip was well satisfied. t
Moki: niiiMi. j Vice President Jim Hayes of Dav-
And there is also a new backstop. ; enport saw the game in PeoriatSun-
v.ho w ill probably relieve "Lessgo " 1 day. Hayes was on his- way home , , T.:,i r.. . . .
, 1.. .: .u ito Gorman s job, Reed sees no
- n . ,a,s,a,u(u, cu,u "us" , chance to make a change that would
; improve things, especially in view of
ing with the rest of the leaders with
in a fortnight.
Reed has an opportunity to bring
Johnny Barkwell back to Decatur.
The former Commie third sacker has
been released outright by Fort Wayne.
lie halls from Viola, III., although this the Central association, but said that
rho'ild not be held against him or in- lhe had rot bought anyone to date.
Jlurw r tlie decision of the club as to Bloomington Bulletin.
ms merits, up lias dpcii in me 1 .
S. navy, and should therefore be able
to weather a little atorm in tl.c center
of the diamond.
We see where the "clown" on the
morning paper says he will persist
in calling the distillers "rookies" i!i
sfite of our protest, which leaves us I tnt ciUh
to wonder ir the tune spent in trying
Ito make something, out of a fool is
worthwhile. Peoria Star.
Saturday's 14-inning contest, and some
well-deserved praise for Gorman'6
work Sunday. Decatur fans frequently
have a yearning for those old-time
Reedites, but the old manager himself
can't see much that can be improved
on in the general makeup of the pres-
Ml 111 I. NO It I N I.HII
After a wait of a few miautct, I'm-j
pire Sullivan announced Chapman I NOTICE TO J0H N NY C0UL0N
and Qule.-isrr as the Danville battery j
for the second game. Quincy had re-; Manager Harris for "Kid" Williams
fused to play a second game, despite j Claim Bantam Title,
the fat that President Tearney had I Los 'Angeles, Cal.. July 22. Man
ordered the club to play off the pro- J jer snm Hsrris for "Kid" Wiliams.
tested game of May 12. and they left the Baltimore bantam, yesterday claim
the park. Chapman started pitching ' d the bantamweight championship of
and Umpire Sullivan called three I the world and announced Williams
strikes and two balls on the imain- j would defend his title at least twice
ary hatter at the plate. Meanwhile ;a yenr in 20 round bouts. "We are
none nf the O.iinrv rluh showed niMirmi nf iins f- ; n.. I
- . - : iiu v. v 1 u 111 s i ' ' 1 v vuiwii, nam iiai-
ORDERS ARE ISSUED
ON SALE OF PLAYERS
j Auburn. N. Y.. July 22. Chairman
j Karrell of the national board of arbi
i tration governing minor baseball yes
I terday gave out the follow ing orders
i relative to the sale and trading of
yiaeis among .major and minor
"All optional agreements must be
exercised on or before Aug. 15.
"The sale or the release of Diavers
, "iii.iu i.cmv uays 01 me commence-
W. I . Pet
Milwaukee 60 38 .612
Louisville 55 40 .579
Columbus .'..52 42 .553
Minneapolis 50 45 .526
Kansas City 46 51 .474
St. Paul 41 51 .446
Toledo VI 53 .442
Indianapolis 4 33 59 .359
RKSITLTS YESTEROA V.
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Xo games scheduled.
Chicago, 1; Washington 2.
St. Louis, 8: Philadelphia, ' 11.
Detroit, 6; New York, 1.
Cleveland, 6; Boston, 1.
Boston, 2; Chicago, 6.
-Brooklyn, 13; Pittsburgh, 6.
New -York, 8; St. Louis, 4.
Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
Milwaukee, 1; Toledo, 6.
Kansas City, 2; Indianapolis, 3
Minnea polls, 1; Louisville, 3.
St.' Paul, 4; Columbus, 6.
Omaha, 11; St. Joseph, 3.
Topeka, 5; Wichita 0.
Des Moines, 1; Sioux City, 4.
Denver, 0; Lincoln, 1.
Chicago, 10; St. Louis, 3.
Indianapolis, 0; Pittsbugh, 8.
Cleveland, 1-4; Kansas City, 7-3.
Fort Wayne, 3; Dayton, 1.
Terre Haute, 8; Springfield, 3.
Grand Rapids, 8; Evansville 3.
, Cedar Rapids, 12; Keokuk, 1.
Waterloo, 12; Burlington, 4.
Monmouth, 7; Ottumwa, 6.
Kewanee-Muscatine, no game .
Wausau, 9; Racine. 5.
Oshkosh, 8; Fond du Lac, 7 (11 in
New; Orleans. 0; Chattanooga, 0
Quincy, 111.. July ,22. May 12, Quin
cy defeated Danvtlle by the score of
13-12, the game being played on the
Soldiers' Home grounds, which are
in such shape that no good ball play
ing is possible. The teams go through
the performance because the home
pays the DanVille club a certain sum
for 10 gamesa season. Danville pro
tested this game, according to press
reports, because of a ruling- by Um
The league constitution provides
that, whenever a game is protested,
formal notice of the protest shall be
given to the club which would Buffer
by having the game thrown out, with
the reasons given by the protesting
club. The other club shall then with
in 10 days furnish cause why the
game 6hould not be thrown out and. if
this cannot be' done, the president
is to "declare the contest no game."
No notice that a protest had been
filed on this game was ever received
by the local association. A few weeks
ago when Umpire Cusack made his
first visit to Quincy, he was asked
whether the game really had been pro
tested. Mr. Cusack said that the offi
cial scorer had entered a protest, but
that this had been ignored, as there
were no grounds for a protest. He
had the correspondence covering the
case in his grip as a curiosity. He
also said that, if the game had been
thrown out, he as well as the local
association wculd have been informed,
but added that no such action would
be taken because no protest could be
made on the reasons assigned by the
Danville sport writer.
Saturday afternoon somebody by the
name of Frankenberger of the. Dan
ville Commercial-News called up Pres
ident G. A. Urban over the long dis
tance telephone and read to him a i
telegram, which he claimed was from
President Tearney, allowing the pro
test. Naturally Mr. Urban refused to
deal with the party at the other end
of the wire. If such information was
true, it was to come from Presi
dent Tearney and not from some one
who was not known to be identified
even with the Danville club, and sit
ing the whole thing up as a bluff, Mr.
Urban wired Manager Kahl not to
play any but the scheduled game.
Yesterday afternoon the wires
brought the news that Quincy had
won one game 13-2 and that another
had been forfeited to Danville, 9-0.
While the forfeited game has been
added to the lost games in Quincy's
standing, it has been done only to
keep the standing straight with the
rest in the league until the matter is
officially explained. The forfeit can
not stand because Quincy has Mr.
Tearney's refusal to notify the mat
ter of that protest to the Quincy club
PIRATES GET TWO 7
STARS FROM MINORS
g i Iff 1 N
vjN &w '1 1 m
WHITE SOX EASY
Walter Johnson Beats South
Siders, 2 to 1, on Pair of
WEAVER COLLECTS 4 BOOTS
Cubs Wallop Boston With Overall
on Mound Needham Hits
Are Timely. "
Chicago, July 22. By presenting tn
Senators with two runs the White
Sox -avoided winning yesterday, Grif
fith's bunch from Washington taking
the second of the series by the close
score of 2 to 1. The generosity fifr
"Buck" Weaver and "Rebel" Russell
in the field was responsible for giv-
ing the third placers enough to win
right at the start and, do as they may,
the Sox could not get back to an even
footing in the ensuing rounds.
The fact that Callahan's athletes
scored only a lone run and gave vent
to only four hits was due to the pres
ence of Walter Johnson, who was
simply celebrating his close escape
from the Lake Michigan undertow
while enjoyins a swim with several of
his mates Sunday. Walter felt so good
over not having to give up his valu
able life that he pitched a swell game
and would have scored a shutout had
not Harry Lord pickled one of his fast
ones and lined it to left field for a
home run. The score:
-i.u iuo ai.n- ..i.-, lucent., !u , ris. i (i.mt oeneve i ouioa ever naa nent of the mainr j..ftir. i
vllle. 9 to 0. This was Chapman's first - intention of fighting Williams, as j period 4 "TtMn twentv dav, he Mcnt8omer-. 0; Birmingham, 4.
no hit. no run game of the season, and ; he knew he couldn't last 10 rounds jdo?nhe S disnos Memphis 5; Atlanta. 0.
grange to say not an error was made he did. We don't propose to allow "Ug 0f the i plave Tnrohhi ed i Mile-NashvUle.
by the club back of him and not a! him to stall around anv loneer If I ..-ri, , - ' , llulle"-
ba,e was stolen by the opposition.- Coulon wantto" nmS. he onetSal TZr BARS UP T OS. LANGFORDj
Danville Commercial-News. will he a
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WHO- WHO, M Will.
Fred Young, the brilliant young
sport writer for the Bloomingtfln
Bulletin, was In attendance at the
game?. Fred said ho witnessed two
rattling contests, and that the Bloom
ers were not disgraced by losing them
. On the other hand. Brother Pierson
of the Bloomlngton Pantagraph emits
a wealth of "slime" against both the
Peoria and Bloomlngton team this
morning In addition to giving his read
ers a garbled report of the games.
Plerson Is the best little booster in
tie butines when he wins, but he
Jj?t can't lose, that's all there Is to it.
n. ui iri iuj. n iuoks lection by drai. of the plaver b--
now. nowever. tam lampi or han . major league ciub from ihs s?liing
Francisco will pet first crack at the: club, unless i, ht in .h. o,i; .
title and the McCarey diamond belt.;'
Rourke Cans Manager.
Omaha. Neb.. July 22. President
W. A. .Rourke of the Omaha Western
league baseball club yesterday an
nounced the release of Charles Arbo
gast. who has been manager of the
Omaha team for the last two seasons.
Rourke will manage the team himself.
ice of the purchasing club for twenty
days before the opening of the draft
ing season for major league clubs."
The following announcements were
San Francisco, Cal., July 22. Local
supervisors drew the color line for the
prize ring yesterday and refused a
permit for a scheduled four round
bout between Sam Langford and Jess
1 he supervisors adopted resolutions
I made: The franchise and Diavers of
I the Sew ard, Neb., club in the Ne-1 declaring the proposed exhibition
I braska State league have been trans- j ould not be a tinK contest, as
I ferred to Beatrice, Net. one of tne contestants had a world
The franchise and players of the wide reputation as a prize fighter.
Stahl Rents Seashore Cottage. I ''ave been transferred to Watsonville,
Annisquam. Mass.. July 22. Jake i Cal.
Stahl. recently depos?d as manager off Claims allowed: Player Gaston
the Boston Red Sox. has taken a cot
tage here and with his wife and little
vht pikro. sun.
Nothing doing today.
Which, perhaps, is a blessing.
And to lose to such a bunch of
It was a bitter disappointment to
the big bunch of fans from Bloom
ingtcn. They should bave a't.-nded
This ritchcr Cann who held
Bloomington to three hits yesterday, J from
.was knocked out of the box at Dan
ville last week.
The Peoria team in the game Sat
urday exhibited their real class, and
bow they ever succeeded In taking
four out of five from Bloomlngton
ranks with the mystery of Charley
Horn and the man who struck Billy
Patterson. Bloomlngton Pantagraph.
boy. Jake Stahl. Jr.. plans to spend the liams against Southeastern league;
rest of the season at the seaside.
TY COBB HANKERS
FOR BOSTON BEANS
Vallejo club in the California league i T,lev rU" oalIed on the chief of po
nce to prevent tne tight and to re
voke the license of the sporting club
if it attempted to stage the fight.
This action is considered peculiar
in tin? li'H of the recent Fourth of
July !:) round fight between Willie
Ritchie and Mexican Joe Rivers for
Boston. Mass., July 22. A Boston
sporting . rlter i3 authority yesterday
foi- v'.'o following:
Ty Cobb Is muxIous to get away
the Detroit Tigers and he
doesn't care who knows it. Also the
mighty Tyrus would like very much
to play here ia Boston, but frankly ad
mits he caraet sre how the Red Sox
would -.ant to live up their Tris
"1 ho: statements are from Cobb
l.:rr.i tlf and come i:i a 'etter I received
this morning from the Georgia peach,
in wlii.-h be t'mhed at some length
Harry Weiser against Dallas: Rov
Poad against Erie. Pa.: C. W. Hodee!the lUntwc-ight championship, which
igainst - Meridian, Miss.; Louisville ! was Pine fiSht- as Rivers was
against Montreal (Rlchten I kroc ken out.
Services awarded: Plaver Scheusler
! to Columbus, Ga.; Elmer Smith to
George Watson and Joe Kelly.
St. Joseph. Mo., July 22. WThen the
Pittsburgh Pirates purchased Outfield
er George Watson and Joe Kelly from
the St. Joseph Western league club,
Barney Dreyfuss snagged the two best
run-makers in the minor leagues to
day at least a perusal of the aver
ages for the past three seasons lead
to this conclusion. .
During the seasons of 1910, 1911 and
1912 this pair cf run manufacturers
scored a total of C73 times, Watson be
ing credited with denting the home
plate . 3'iil t.imea and his partner 342
In addition to scoring this number
of times, this pair also 'drove in many
runs in each case for the three sea
sons. In fact, Watson's percentage is
.316 while Kelly's is .285. With bat
ting reccrds like theEe. it stands to
reason that the players were respon
sible for. many more runs than those
actually scored by- themselves.
' This season Watson is leading all
Western Hague batsmen with an av
erage of .393, but he has played la
enly 31 games, having broken his leg
In sliding to a basa early in the sea
son. He is considered the test hit-and-run
batter in the league, being the
and Umpire Cusack's assurance that j Lajcie type of batsman. In other
the protest was igncj-ed, as proof words, he hits anything the pitcher
that Quincy did not have a game to
be played off at Danville. With no
game to be played off, there could
not be two games yesterday and con
sequently no fo.feit.
WHITE SOX PITCHER
LIABLE TO BIG FINE
Chicago, July 22. Clarence Smith,
the White Sox pitcher, who ran away
from his own yard Sunday morning
and pitched the Coulon Athletics to
victory over the Matheison Colts, is
open to a fine or suspension if the na
tional commission takes up his case.
That Smith was the mysterious "un
known" was made a certainty yes
terday when Manager Callahan of
the Sox pulled the recruit, up on the '
.carpet and asked him lot the truth in
the matter. Smith didn t deny-pitching
the game, but pointed to his rec
ord against the Washington team the
same afternoon. After relieving White,
he pitched four innings without a hit
or pass. The stunt worked by Smith
is common among big leaguers, espe
cially in the East, where no, league
games are played on Sunday. It is
simply a case of getting oaught or not
1 ;I.V SfKAE.
Peoria's beautll baseball plant pre
sented a gala scene yesterday with
nearly 4.000 bugs carefully seated in
the big enclosure. There was 3,334
paid admissions and President Meid-
roth said that there were w.sllv 4.000
inside of the grounds. Yd plant is;titi. anl that he would like a p
located jubt north of thjrjuinois riverain the Reel Sox batting order."
WOOD CRACKS THUMB
AND IS OUT OF GAME
Boston. July 22. Joe Wood, star
pitcher of the Boston Americans, will
be out of the game for some weeks.
Examination of bis injured right
thumb under the X-ray yesterday
showed that there is a crack in the
end of the big bone and indications
are that a piece of the bone has
been chipped off. Unusual care is be-
i ine taken in the treatment n
.o the effect that there lni. Moh .
was a Spettl cr-Cobb trade on, a story
V..AI President MiAIeer subsequently
denied most "ii'iib;ie?lly. Cobb de
Clare he has f Uays liked Boston, the
fan- t'ere j.I.vpvs seem so fair, he
joints, wh'ch would put an end
Wood's usefulness as a pitcher.
Zim Is 43acks
Chicago. July -22. Heine Zimmer
man, the crippled slugger of the Cubs,
brought his Injured foot back to Chi
cago yesterday to secure expert ad-
Pittsburgh, July 22. Director Hol
land of the Carnegie Museum would
immortalise'Honus" Wagner, the vet
eran shortstop of the Pittsburgh pir
ates. According to an announcement
made yesterday by the director, he in
tends to place the "Flying Dutchman's"
uniform and famous 'palmless glove
among the relics of distinguished mca
when the veteran retires.
Yanks Land New One.
New York. July 22. The" New York
American league j st'erday purchased
Pitcher Watklns, a left-hander, from
the Youngstown. Ohio. club. Watkins
will report to Manager Chance in the
Dodgers Get Pitcher.
New- York. July 22. Officers of the
Brooklyn baseball club yesterday an
nounced the purchase of Pitcher
Schmutz from the Vancouver club of
the Northwestern league. He will re
port in September.
serves to him, whether it is over the
plate, outside, inside, high or low. In
addition, he is a popd base-runner, al
though an awkward fielder, but man
ages to cover his territory just the
Kelly is the ether type of player.
He is a good waiter at the plate, is a
splcnd'd base-runner, and at this time
leads the league in stolen bases with
33 in 75 gimes. and is . batting .32".
He Is a polished ball player in every
respect. Both Watson and Kelly are
righthanded at the bat and in the field.
The following tables show some
thing of the individual records of the
two men: '
H. S B.
21G J 19
Kaws Release Jess Tannehill .
St- Josejn, Mo.. July 22. Pitcher
Jess Tannehill, ex-major leaguer, has
been unconditionally released by Man
ager Holland of the local .Wlern
league club. "
CUB TWIRLER IS
Chappell. cf 3
Berger. 2b 4
Lord, 3b 3
Chase, lb 4
Schalk, c 1
Easterly, c 2
Collins, rf 4
Fournier, If 3
Weaver, ss '. .. 3
Russell, p 0
Benz, p 1
Cicotte, p .-. 0
R. K. PO.
Total 30 1 4 27 16 5
Batted for Russell in the third.
tBatted for Benz in the eighth.
Washington. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Moeller, rf 3 1 2 0 0 0
Foster, 3b 4 0 0 0
Milan, cf 5 0 1 0
Gandel, lb 5 0 214
Morgan, 2b 4 0 2 2
Shanks, If 5 0
McBride, ss 4 1
Alnsmith, c 4 0
Johnson, p 4 0
Total 38 2 11 27 13 1
Chicago 0 0010000 01
Washington 11000000 02
Two-base hit Morgan. Home run
Lord. Struck out By Russell (John
son); by Benz (Johnson); by Cicotte
(Milan); by Johnson (Chase, Schalk,
Fournier, Berger). Bases on balls
Off Russell, 1; off Bens, 3. Double
plays Morgan to McBride to Gan
dll; Berger to Chase. Hits Off Rus-'
sell, 3 in three innings; off Benz, 6
in five innings. Left on bases Chi
cago, 5; Washington, 12. Time 1;55.
Umpires Dlneen and Egan.
Boston, Mass., July 22. Well-timed
wallops in three rounds put the Cubs
in front in the wind-up here yesterday,
6 to 2, victory giving Evers' ' crew
an even break with Boston's inter
mittent braves. The big slam went
over with Jeff Overall on the peak and
Tom Needham committing high jinks
at bat. The bunion king copped two
doubles and a sacrifice in four trials
and was instrumental in no small
degree in trimming the home contin
gent. The score: . .
Chicago. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Leach, cf 5 1 1 3 0 0
Evers. 2b 3 0 2 3 3 0
Schulte, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Phelan, 3b 4 1 1 1 3 0
Saler, lb 3 1 1 8 1 1
Miller, If 4 i i 2 0.8
Brldwell, ss , 4 0 1 3 2 1
Needham, c 3 2 2 6 3 0
Overall, p 4 0 1 0 3 -0
Boston, Mass., July 22.
Smllhi the till righthander
GOES UP IN SMOKE
Erie, Pa., July 22. The reorganized
Interstate league season came to an
unexpected end yesterday with Erie a
second Dennant winner, finishing the
abbreviated nehertnle with ! Cubs' pitching star did not
age of 1.000. The four club circuit lpany ,,fs teil,T1'itf' to Philadelphia
composed of Youngstown, Akron,!la8t n'ek-V Hes cf a critical nature
Wheeling, and Erie proved a losing I preVfi"'',ng t!'c ';-(y- During the
proposition. Scouts from the West-jnnal -:am" '"'e the Cubs and
era league made a raid on the released i Bravcs hfere yesterday afternoon Smith
players Erie alone sending seven icompialued to comrades on the bench
players to the St Joe club. Miny:o rafns in tl,e reSion of hisjieart.
Youngstown and Akron players have I :'H4 wtB rh,ried ,rn tRe bench
signed, with the different clubs of the!to t,,e clul' 1,ous6- v ere Dr. Hart, the
Federal league. Cu'j' trail er, eiamlned him, finding
. . - te pitcher hai a pulsation of 38, res-
Make Two Triple Plays; Lose. ; jPi'atifr. os ?0 r.n temperature of 70.
Terre Haute. Ind.. Julv 22 in - Smith w as store c .d and Hmp when
game betwen the Gartlands of Terre "'ra' agisted to an automobile and
Haute and the Paris, B.I., nine at Paris,! Girled to the Copley Square hotel,
the Gartlands made two triple plays,! wherc he "M left ln tne care of a
but lost 1 to 4. ' ! Pl:- bl' ia... , tu ,
j One Boston i-liyclcian 'said the 111-
Drohan to Kewanee. Inesi was due to stomach trouble, but
Kewanee, 111.. July 22. Tom Drohan, j Trainer l:art ax r-erts It is a recur
premier pitcher of the Central c.3so- j renc of tl.e 'linens Charley had when
elation last year, was purchased yes- .he was rri-.;.ie - rr heat alter a
terday by Kewanee from Columbus. gnue at Ciic'i-aa'.i early this mouth.,
Maranville, ss 4
Lord, If 4
Connelly, If 1
Mann, rf 4
Sweeney, 2b 4
Myers, lb 4
Rarlden, c 3
(Smith, 3b 4
Rudolph, p 3
6 10 27 15 , . 2
R. H. PO. A. E.
0 0 0
0 0 4
0 0 2
0 0 4
0 0 0
0 1 1
0 2 0
Total 32 2 6 27 13 1.
Batted for Rarlden in the ninth.
Chicago 0 0000220
Boston 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits Mann, Needham, "2.
Struck out By Rudolph (Schulte, Sal
er, Leach); by Overall (Rudolph, Mar
anville, 2; Connolly, Rarlden, Mann.
Smith). Double plays Needham to
Evers,. Brldwell to Evers to Saler.
Left on ba'.es Chicago, 4: Boston, 6.
Time f.l'j. Umpires Brennan and
Philadelphia, July 22. Almeida, the
Cuban player, who has been with the
Cincinnati National league club for
some time, was released this after
noon to the Toronto team of the Inter