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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1913.
UP REAL FRIEND
Club Ignores Rock Island's
Franchise Move and Casts
Lot With Tearney.
World's Series Results to Date
PAST FAVORS FORGOTTEN
Local Magnates Saved "Dub
from Cannery Not So Many
Year. Winners. Won.
IS 5 4 Providence (N. L.) 3
1555 Chicago (X. L.) ...3
1556 St. Louis (A. A.) 4
1887 Detroit (X. L.) 10
18SS New York (X. L.) 10
1889 New York (X. L.) 6
1890 Louisville (X. L.) 3
1892 Boston (X. L.) 5
1894 New York fX. L.) 4
1895 Cleveland (X. L.) . 4
Club ' 1856 Baltimore (X. L.) 4
1S97 Baltimore .. L.) 4
1903 Boston (A. L.) 5
1905 New York (X. L.) 4
BY PAUL BRUNER.
Officials of the Dubuque baseball
club either have decidedly cloudy
memories or else are lacking in a
sense of gratitude. Judging from the
stand taken in regard to the Three-I
presidency. Rock Island has organ
Led a baseball association, has the
1906 Chicago (A. L.)
1907 Chicago (X. L.)
1608 Chicago (X. L.) ....
1909 Pittsburgh (X. L.) .
1910 Philadelphia (A. L.)
1911 Philadelphia (A. L.)
1913 Boston (A. L.)
Metropolitans (A. A.) 0
St. Louis (A. A.) 3
Chicatt) (X. L.) 2
St. Louis (A. A.) 4
St. Louis (A. A.) 4
Brooklyn (A. A.) '.. 3
Brooklyn (A. A.) 3
Cleveland (X. L.). 0
Baltimore (X. L.) 0
Baltimore (X. L.)
Cleveland (X. L.)
Boston (X. L.)
Pittsburgh (X. L.)
Philadelphia (A. L.) 1
Chicago (X. L.) 2
Detroit (A. L.) 0
Detroit (A. L.) 1
Detroit (A. L.K 3
Chicago (X. L.) 1
Xew York (X. L.) 2
Xew York (X. L.) 3
Holds Buccaneers to Pair of
Hits, Blanking Them 3-0
First of Series.
foro Justice of the Peace Calvert and
gave bond for his appearance for trial.
necessary backing, and is ready to get Ha left last night for a match in Xew
back into the Three-I league, on three York tonight.
conditions. First Elect a successor
to Al Tearney. Second Do not re- j
elect Tearney. Third Oust Tearney
from the presidential job. In other
words. Rock Island, one of the best
towns that ever held a Three-I berth,
is willing to come back if Al Tearney
is deposed. Is that clear?
Xow comes Clarence Rowland, pres
ident, and F. T. Plass, secretary, of the
Dubuque base ball association. Afore
mentioned parties have issued a signed
statement, tow it, vix. i. e.
TIIK I)K HKK.
"Regarding the presidency of the
NEW SPEED MARK
Giants and Phillies Play Exhibi
tion Game in 31 Minutes
Field Day Also.
champion, issued a challenge to Benny
Allen of Kansas City, who last wek
won the world's title from Alfredo
De Oro at Xew York.
Xew York. Oct. 7. In an exhibition
Three ! league the Dubuque club has Came vesterday atternoon. the cham
no axe to grind in the matter. Mr.plon G'iant8 and the Philadelphia Na
Tearney. our president, was t!ie unani- i M .
mous choice at the la.t annual m.-et- ,lona's et a nw record for speed
in .nri at tho rnn r-t th. 101- x,. fr tM 3me- tfle tlme teinS 31 min'
Scalpers Sell Boston Magnate
Sixteen Series Tickets for
Xew York, Oct. 7. Tickets for the
world series come high, as per cus
tom. James E. Gaffney of Xew York,
owner and president of the Boston
Braves, can take an affidavit to this.
The Hub mogul yesterday sent out
and bought from a ticket scalper 16
tickets for the series, for which he
paid J50 apiece. Each pasteboard is
Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 7. "Cy" Falk
enberg held the Pittsburgh Xational
1 1 leaguers to two hits in the opening
3 I terday, and Cleveland won, 3 to 0.
With two out in the second inning
Miller walked and Mitchell got the
Pirates' first hit, a single to left. In
the sixth, with one out, Carey got the
visitors' other hjj, a single to center.
Thereafter Pittsburgh failed to get a
man to first. In the first inning, Johns
ton's fumble and a poor throw by
Carisch enabled Carey to reach sec
ond. Only one other Pittsburgh run
ner got that far and none reached
Cleveland got three hits in the first
inning, but a pretty throw by Dolan
caught Jackson at the plate. Adams
kept Cleveland's hits scattered until
the sixth, when Jackson's single and
Lajoie's long double scored two more
on Olson's single, Dolan's wild throw
of Graney's grounder, and Wagner's
wild throw to the plate on Falken
berg's infield hit.
Only about 5,000 fans turned out to
see the game. However, they saw a
contest worthy of a world's series.
Dolan, Chapman, Wagner and Johns
ton all contributed fine fielding stunts.
DRAW LESS COIN
President Johnson Favors Re
duction of World's Series
Hon his administration was pronounced ' utes" With McGrjw hustling In new , good for three games of the series in
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iiiicfuiir Tha ,,,iiHrs ,,.. l'iars in jujjiu tuttcMiiuu, tne iuu-;.ew lorK ana me regular prce 01
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comDrised of Jamei. T. Have, nf Itev.,1"1 reeeu.uieu lapiu me hmsh p.Ox.-.BUCn UCKei IS U-
enport. J. M. Boyle of Danville, and H.tke on a battleship. The Giants won
Hoffer of Quincy placed its O. K. on!4 to
i.u h..oW u Ho i.n,.w .-.,..,, Preceding the game there were sev
Prior to taking this move Gaffney
had been turned down, he said, by the
Xew York baseball club. His previous
Mr. Tearney will again be a candidate ' eral ,iold ln a hundred yard j request, he said, for 47 sets of tickets
or not, nor do we know of any other
"If Tearney Is a candidate we do
not know of nny good or sufficient
reason why he should not be the unan
imous choice of the league. Philadelphia.
"The league was nut in a hole Knabe, 2b
throuch a lot of lec il Hitansrlement tlip Doolan, ks
past number of seasons and lias not
us yet recovered its equilibrium. v Mmw, If
hhiuld do away with all leaeue tmM-j filler, rf
nss in two meetingw at leahCaud have jliuderus, lb
da.sh Lobert beat Thorpe in :13. The
fungo hitting contest went to Thorpe
with a rap for 414 feet, and Lobert
won the chase around the bases in
15. The score of the game follows:
R. H. PO. A. E.
the schedule drafted and ndopteif by
Jan. 1, thereby saving time and money
for each and every club."
THW MTl VIIOV.
It might be well at this particular
time to recall a llttlo episode which)
Byrne, 3b 0
1'afkert. cf .
Killifer, c ..
Wlltse, p .
occurred not so very jnnny Hummers i Thorpe, cT ..
ngo. w hen Al Tearney was not nt- j I'oyle, 2U .,
tempting to hold dow n the presidential j Fletcher, ss .
chair, and when Rock Island was st ill ! Stock. ss ..
ln tho fold. Along past mtdseason, j Burns, If .,
the Three-I rrexv unon makinc an in-1 Cooper, If ..
vestigation, learned that the Dubuque j Heraop, 3b
attendance was very much to the punk
and far below that required by the cir
cuit. Being a regular president who
attended to the Three-1 duties person
ally -in lieu of entrusting them to a
stenographer, this exectuive started
for Dubuque with the avowed inten
tion ot casting the club into outer
darkness with a "gnashing-of-teeth-tack-cloth-and
S 4 FT!
This president dropped off the rat
tler at Rock Island, and officials here
put up a mighty plea for Dubuque and
managed to dissuade him from his
fatal errand. Thus was the Dubuque
club retained in the league, and all
thanks to Rock Island.
Xow w atch Row land & Company pay
back the debt of gratitude. Knowing
full well that Rock Island is ready to
come back, provided Tearney is'
ouned. they immediately recall that
slight service and decide to throw the
harpoon Into the ''hkago uldermanT
Wrong aeaiii. Clarice, try it with the
reverse English and you will luive tho
Dubuque Is going to stick to Tearney
and ignore all overtures which Rock
Island is making. At least, that's the
way the dope listens right now.
Murray, rf 0
Crandall. rf 0
24 12 0
R. H. PO. A. E.
2 2 3 0 1
good for three games here failed to
bring results. With his request to the
management of the Giants Mr. Gaffney
inclosed a check for $423, the purchase
price at $9 a ticket. He wanted the
tickets for the members of the Boston
Xational league team and some
"They told me," said Mr. Gaffney,
"that there was such a demand from
baseball people that I couldn't get
what I wanted. That statement amaz
Investigation about town showed
that fans were paying J6 apiece for
tickets that were marked 1.
There had been many reports that
blocks of tickets had gone to the spec
ulators. The commission sent out in
vestigators yesterday afternoon to
learn if this was true and to note the
numbers on the tickets, so that the
names of the purchasers could be
traced. These will be prohibited from
buying tickets in the future.
Carey, If . .
Dolan, 3b ..
Wagner, ss .
Wilson, rf ..
Miller, lb ..
Mitchell, cf .
Gibson, c ..
Simon, c . .
Adams, p . .
PROPOSES IN SKIES,
HEIGHT BRINGS "YES"
Totals 4 8 27 11 3
Philadelphia 00000100 01
Xew York 1 0002001 4
Two-base hits Knabe, Paskert,
Thorpe, Burns, Merkle. Three-base
hit Thorpe. Sacrifice fly Chalmers.
Bases on balls Off Chalmers, 1.
Struck out By Schupp, 1. Hits Off
Schupp, 1 in three innings; off Wiltse,
one in three innings. Time .31 Um
piresByron and Klem.
R. H. TO. A. E.
0 10 0 0
0 0 14 2
0 0 4 2 1
0 0 2 0 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 10 0 0
0 110 0
0 0 3 3 0
0 0 2 1 0
0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
. 0 2 24 11 3
R. H. PO. A. E.
.0 2 0 0 0
.1 2 2 0 0
.0 3 2 2 0
. 0 0 12 0 1
.13 15 0
.114 0 0
.0 0 4 2 1
.0 0 0 2 0
Xew York, Oct 7. President John
son of the American league and a
member of the national commission
is prepared to advocate the reduction
of the commission's share of the re
ceipts of the world's series in future
years and even to declare the com
mission out cf all share m the receipts
if his associates agree.
At present the commission deducts
10 per cent of the gross receipts of
all postrseason series conducted under
its auspices. The growth of baseball
has made that 10 per cent amount
to such a sum that it has excited the
cupidity of the players who share in
the receipts of the post-season series.
President Johnson's sugggestion is
not to increase to any extent, the
emoluments of the ball players from
these post-season series, but to do
away with the present, system of pay
ing the cost of conducting the national
commission's offices. The American
league executive favors cutting the
national commission's share of post
season series to 5 per cent, or cutting
it out altogether.
Under the present system the club
owners, w hose teams take part in the
world's series turn over to their re
spective leagues 25 per cent of their
share of the receipts of the games
pLiyed. Johnson will suggest that
hereafter the gross receipts of the
first four games be divided 60 per
cent to the players and 40 per cent
to the club owners, and that the club
owners split all receipts after the first
four games, giving 25 per cent of their
total share to each league, and the
the commission assess each league
equally for its maintenance.
LOSES STAR MAN
Socials' Quarterback Out of the
Game for Season With a
Broken Collar Bone. -
CONTEST ENDS A TIE, 6-6
Distiller Team Badly Weakened for
Game With Independents
SPECIAL WIRE FOR
rniiaoeipnia, uct. 7. A direct wire
t the baseball parks and a telephone
at the sido of his bed in a local hos
pital will furnish Jack Coombs, the
"Iron Man" of the Athletics, means of
"seeing" the world series games. Early
in the Fpring Coombs suffered a long
ii'tack of typhoid from which he has
never fully recovered. So Intense is
his interest, however, that it was ar
rajged to install a special telephone to
f'.'raih him on the minute news of
tno battlers progress. His wife will
act ss personal "central" for the sick
Johnston, lb .
Olson, 3b ....
Totals ...... 3 1126 14 2
Dolan out for interference.
Pittsburgh 00000000 00
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3
Two-base hit Lajoie. Hits Off
Adams, 9 in seven innings. Stolen
bases Carey. Miller, Jajoie, Jackson.
Double plays Olson to Lajoie to
Johnston; Wagner to Mi'.ler; Wagner
to Viox Bases "on balls Off Falken
berg. 3. Hit by pitcher By Adams,
1. Struck out By Adams, 3; by Hen
drix, 2; by Falkenberg, .4. Time
1:40. Umpires Evans, Dinneen, Eas
on and Emslie.
Cleveland The local immigration
officers began an Investigation of cir-
livlr.g in such a way as to avert his
coming? The rules of health are vio
lated because of the immunity we feet,
but finally the penalty must be paid.
Xo argument Is needed to enforce the
lesson. Everybody knows It. The rules
of right living are clear, explicit. Vice.
Cleveland. Ohio. Oct. 7.-Johnny ':"
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Kl bane, featherweight chaniDlon. was 1. ... . x , .
arrested today on a warrant charging
him with assaulting 11-year-old Charles
"PUG" ASSAULTS A
BOY; IS ARRESTED
Do W Dodge Death?
i"f n - a. nine-! ! n I tv tvA matjfcA
. . . . , . '' jCutnstances attending the deportation
to do the riijht thing? The fear of , . . ,
death U general. Life Is sacrificed f Siee Bogard a Russian girl. H
every hour becam e the rules of health ! J1" ?mer- dePut'' 6tartved tn
are not obeyed. Death is the one great I the PrI for New lork on the night
n.nt..r nf r1rpd nml from whom all I SpP1- la- At the station a Crowd Of
flee. Yet how ninny safeguard their
Chambers. The warrant, which was
sworn out by the boy's. mother.' Mrs.
riara Chambers, charges Kllbane at
tackid the boy becaube of a dispute
over a bicycle given the lnd's older
brother for services in keeping a rec
cri of pret. clipping? concerning the
champion. Kilfcane was arraigned be-
1')') attacked him,
mistreated the girl
!n the leg by an unidentified person.
B. NELSON HOPES
TO REGAIN TITLE
Battler Is Promised Chance at
Eitchie if He Whips Wolgast
news an tie tune Thf
00 . It will I
Tirnr nf rraat i
benefit to sufferers from
Stomach, Liver or Bowel Ills.
to pay their tribote to tbe undertaker
i and tbe graveyard. Leslie's.
Jutt Like a Man.
"John. she said. "I have an awful
pain in my tlbt side. I'm afraid It's
"Are you sure?" he replied, without
looking up from his paper.
"John." she wailed a moment later,
-it's getting worse"
-I it?" be asked, still interested In
th sporting page. Chicago Record
llera'.d. Very Handy.
Closeflst It cost me over $5,000 t
give Harry that course tn Industrial
arts. Herd so But lie must be quite
bandy with bis tools now? Closeflst
Ye, and tbe 6rst Job be did was to
put tip awnings on tbe shady side of
Flnsband My colleague Is Ihe most
Insatiable mati I ever saw. De wants
J everything he see. Wife Cn"t you
j iDtroduc our daughter to hla? Loo
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Quahty: abanlcrelir so wute; so dumt or
dirt. You set your mosey s worth.
Chicago, Oct 7 Battling Nelson,
once lightweight champion of the
world, may have lost his punch, speed,
aggressiveness and stamina, but,
stripped of his laurels and beaten in
several fights. Nelson still carries the
interest of the Chicago boxing enthu
siast. This wts proven yesterday
when every inch of space in the Nate
Lewis gym was occupied by spectators
who watched the Dane go through a
training grind such as he waged in his
charging that he championship days.
He was later 6hot Nelson has dreams of winning back
!the title. It is a possibility, but not
a probability. The Milwaukee club
staking his match with Wolgast has
offered the victor a chance at Willie
Ritichie, present champion. Maybe
the victor can regain his lost laurels,
but few come back. A year's rest
ha-, put the Dane in shape for a try
ing contest and judging from his
work in the gym, his old aggressive
ness hasn't deteriorated much. He
is relentless in his attack on bis spar
Wolgast is in Milwaukee, the scene
of the battle, and working as though
a title depended on the go. Ad has
entirely reshaped his training meth
ods. Frank Mulkern, who is handling
; Ad for this fight, fn a letter, declares
Wolgast is quiet in his' w ork and that
the fusslness which has marked his
former training i absent. And Mul-
Is "tonTr mart ronnejBioal. bt it br.t-
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nib off- It tasMnriiMMl(f m ord'narr pot-
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Mrs. Ory Ralston and three chil
dren of Franklin, 111., are visiting at
the T. J. Chambers home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Driggs attend
ed the dedication on Tuesday of the
new Masonic temple at Rock Island.
W. A. Jones returned Tuesday from
Sullivan, III., after spending several
days at his mother's home.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Teterson and chil
dren visited several days in Port By
ron at the V. V. Fearsall home.
Mrs. Swan is visiting in Barstow at
the home of William Golden.
Mrs. B. F. Cox of Moline and mother,
Mrs. Jones of Davenport were Water
town visitors Wednesday and attend
ed the Methodist aid meeting.
Mrs. W. G. Ausbrook and daughter!
Lela spent Friday in Moline at the
home of Miss Ruth Johnson.
Mrs. G. E. Peterson and Mrs. Ed
Axelson attended the funeral of the
late James Kelley, held at the home
of his son Joseph in Moline, Friday
The Watertown and East Moline
Thimble clubs met Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Grant Fair in East Mo-
Miss Alphretta Allsbrow ' is quite
sick at her home.
Miss Allie Trout of Chester, 111., ar
rived Tuesday and has taken a posi
tion as housekeeper for Superinten
dent and Mrs. J. A. Campbell at the
hospital, the place being made vacant
by the resignation of Miss Esther Gus-
Mrs. John Wise spent Friday at
Hillsdale with her sister, Mrs. John
Arthur Browning was a Hillsdale
Mrs. Tackett returned to her home
at Hillsdale after a few days' visit at
the home of her parents here.
D. V. Allsbrow has gone to attend
the national convention of undertak
era at Wilwaukee.
Mrs. Arthur Browning entertained
her mother from Hillsdale Saturday
Chicago, 111., Oct. 7. "Jack" Vilas.
rich Chicago polo player, motor car
racer and airboat man, is going to be
married to Miss Susanne Wharton,
daughter of Clifton Wharton of New
York and he doesn't mind if his friends
know how he came to win the girl.
He says it was one day last year
that she told him "yes." While she
was staying at her father's summer
home at Alexandria Bay, Thousand
Islands, Vilas one day suddenly
dropped out of the sky to the lawn
at her feet. As the two had been
friends, when he asked her to go rid
ing with his she thought there was
nothing wrong in her accepting the
They reached an altitude of 3,000
feet. 'Then Vilas looked tenderly into
the eyes of his companion and asked
her to marry him,
She hesitated. "Papa might object,''
she replied. "And besides, I can't
think 'way up here."
Vilas Ea!d nothing but soared an
other thousand feet. Then he re
peated the same question. She was
fixing her hair just then and didn't
So he went up another thousand
feet and for the third time asked her
the same question. She leaned over
and took one look down. Then she
They descended. He brought her
back to the spot from which they had
risen. The girl, a little nervous, jump
ed out and told her friends all about it.
Now Vilas advises all young men
who contemplate proposing to take
the young women of their choice out
airship riding and ask the Important
question at an altitude of 5,000 feet.
When the Peoria Socials Invade
Rock Island Oct, 19 for a game with
the Independents, they will be minus
the services of Lynch Conway, star
quarterback, who was put out of the
line-up for the remainder of the season
at Peoria Sunday, in the opening con
test between the Socials and Cabery
aggregation, .which ended a tie at 6-6.
Conway was taken from the field late
in the fourth quarter, suffering from a
broken collar bone and a dislocated
shoulder. Very little chance remalna
for the star backfleld man to get back
into the game this season. Both Con
way and Cady, left half, played a
spectacular game for the Socials and
were the most consistent ground gain
ers. Conway's running back the ball
on punts and his clever dodging on
quarterback runs and fake forward
passes sent him towards the coveted
goal line many times. Cady's terrific
battering at the Cabery line was pro
ductive of many gains and had he
been supported as his work deserved,
could have taken the ball from one
end of the field to the other by straight
plunges through the Cabery line. -
A great deal of fumbling marred
the game and the terrific heat slowed
up the players in a large degree. Both
teams used the forward pass repeat
edly. The Socials got their touch
down at the start of the second period.
Conway caught a punt and put up a
great exhibition of broken field run
ning in returning the ball to the 40
yard line. Cady was given the ball
and three smashes off Cabery's left
guard sent the Socials' captain over
the line. Neither team scored during
the third quarter, Conway's defensive
work featuring. The Cabery squad
scored in the last quarter when their
captain, Miller, took a forward pass
15 yards for a touchdown. After Con
way's injury, Williams finished the
game in his place.
The Rock Island squad regrets the
injury to Conway, and although the
accident will better their chances for
a victory, the local men would havo
preferred to the meet the Socials with
their strongest line-up.
Cabery I. Hoch. le; J. Sadler, It;
H. Nass, Ig; Frederick, c; J. Schmick
er, rg; P. Sadler, rt; C. Schmlckir,
rt; D. Miller, qb; C. Miller, lhb; Ber
neisa, rhb; W. Hass, fb.
Socials Edwards, le; Boyser, If;
Kellar, lg; Black, c; D. Woodruff, rg;
R. Woodruff, rt; Hefele, re; Conway,
qb; Cady, lhb; Oglesby, rhb; Storr, fb.
Substitutes W. Sadler, O. Nelson,
D. Clayton for Cabery; Williams for
Peoria. Referee Martin. Umpire
Schwenk. Head linesman East.
Touchdowns Cady for Socials; D. Mil
ler for Cabery.
CONVICT LABORERS ARE
Dixon, 111., Oct. 7. Released with a
full pardon, three men at Camp Hope
shouted with joy and the rest of the
convicts at the camp of the convict
roadmakcrs near Grand Detour wish
ed them good luck. Three others
said: "We are making good, too, and
we will be in Chicago next month."
One of those released today is col
ored and has served six years and
four months of a fifteen year sen'encd. j
When asked if be wanted his name !
Haven't you enough loose change in your pocket
right now to start a savings account at the Ger
man Trust & Savings Bank?
Kept in your pocket it is not capital and may be
spent before night. The moment you get it in the
bank it becomes capital, a magnet which will draw
more capital to it.
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
kern says he sees in his movements J UBed he j. Suret haven-t I made
toe return of the former "bearcat.-1 dr u wa, lgaac Ricbardgoni
.Wolgast Is planning a battle for Bat's nt ,
body. He intends to make tbe at
ack on that portion of the Dane until
he ha3 him 'worn down, then will play
for the jaw.
Derrarest vs. Hoppe.
Calvin Demarest. former world's
champion 1S.2 bllliardist, yesterday
challenged William Hoppe of New
York for the title, and expects th.t
the match will be Dkived the first
j week in December. Charles ("Cow
boy") Weston, former pocket billiard
I and he was sent down from Cook
county for manslaughter.
One of tha others has been acting
a- clerk of the camp for Capt. Kee
gan. The tjiird man has been given
employment by the Dixon Cereal com
pany of this city.
London--General Jose Miguel Com
er, former president of Cuba, arrived
at Gibraltar on the way to Spam, ac
cording to a dispatca to the Exchange
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