BEAT ST. PETER'S
Hotly Contested But Slow Game Ends
In Defeat for Catholic* After
Tying Score In Last
TIED FOR FIRST PLACE
Three Team* Have Same Standing
In Hot Pennant Race Being
Staged In Church Base
CHURCH LEAGUE STANDING.
Club— Won. Lost. Pet.
St Peter's 3 1 .750
Trinity ... 3 1 .750
St. Paul's 3 1 .750
Christians 2 2 .500
Westminster 1 3 .250
Baptist 0 4 .000
«UvS^The lowly Westminsterites humbled
the erstwhile leading St. Peter's club
in a slow and uninteresting: contest at
the Y. M. C. A. athletic stadium yes
terday. The final score for the five
innings was 11 to 6 in fayor of the
This game threw the league stand
ing into a triple tie for first place, St.
Peter's, Trinity and St. Paul's having
played the same number of games
Ft with identically the same results. The
tie between Westminster end the Bap
j. tlsts was also broken, Rev. McAllis
ter's pets now having undisputed pos
session of last place.
Yesterday's game was hotly con
tested until the last Inning. In'the
first frame, the Catholics pounded out
two runs, and In their half
the Calvinists secured one. In
the second, the Catholics got
one and the Presbyterians
three, sending the latter into the lead.
Ia the third the Presbyterians got two
mare, bringing their tally up to 6.
In the fourth, St. Peter's scored an
other, and In the fifth they tied it up.
But In their half the Westminsterites
came back and scored five runs.
Keppel pitched good ball for .West
minster, allowing eight hits. Finigan
and Semones did good work for St.
Peter's, allowing but seven hits. The
Westminster team fielded in fine
form, but the St. Peter's crowd made
The box score follows:
Presbjrterianm. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
McElree, 2b .....
... 4 0 2 2 1 0
Alien, ss ......
... 4 1 1 0 1 1
Lind, lb «.«•««•
... 3 1 0 2 0 0
Walker, 3b ... 1 1 0 0 0 0
Oatman, If ... 3 3 2 2 0 0
l!utz, cf ... 1 3 0 2 0 0
LeFaivre, rf ... 2 0 0 1* 0 0
... 2 1 0 6 0 0
... 3 1 2 0 1 0
Totals 11 7 15 3 1
St Peter's. AB.'R. H. PO. A. E.
Joyce, 3b ... 1 1 0 1 0 3
Oriffln, lb :.... 3 1 1 3 0 1
Dobbs, cf ...... ... 3 1 1 0 1 1
Finigan, p-ss .. ... 3 1 1 2 3 2
Dickey, 2b ... 3 0 2 2 1 2
Adams, If ...... ... 3 1 1 1 0 0
.... 2 1 1 4 0 4
Semones, ss-p 0 1 1 0 2
Hayes-Breakbill, rf. 2 0 0 1 2 0
Totals .. .22 6 8 15 7 15
8eore by Innings.
Presbyterians 1 3
St. Peter's 2 1
Dobbs, Oatman, 2 Lutz, LeFaivje.
Struck out—By Keppel, 6 by Se
Bases on balls—Off Keppel, 1 off
DIES IN UTAH
Ninety-nine Year Old Follower
Joseph Smith Formerly Lived
in These Parts.
for The Gate City.
GET III SHAPE
Else He May Receive a Decisive
Whipping at the Hands of
Knock Title Holder
It Not a Mere
NEW YORK, July 18.—Now that
Benny Leonard has been matched
with Champion Freddie Welsh, the
followers of the little Harlem light
weight are getting anxious about
Benny's condition. Only twelve days
remain before the men climb into the
ring at Washington parte and unless
Leonard has been boxing on the sly,
the bell may find the pride of Harlem
somewhat short on speed anji ac
curacy. Fight followers regard the
snapping up of Leonard as a clever
move on the part of the champion.
With the date only twelve days away
Benny will have to work his head off
to get Into the shape he displayed
when he cut the champion to ribbons
in their last encounter.
Johnny Dundee, who Is always In
shape and who always puts up a
whirlwind battle, might have been
given a chance at the champion but
Pollock and Welsh evidently figured
that this la a good time to eliminate
WelaJi has apparently decided to
try and show he is no "cheese" cham
pion for this Friday he is scheduled
to meet Charlie Whits. Chicago heavy
hitting lightweight contender. There
is hardly a chance thQt Ctutrlle can
slipcover a knockout in the ten round
limit and the fight will only serve to
keep Welsh on edge for his bout with
Injured Jockey to see Races.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 18.—
"Pop" Geers will watch the second
day of the Grand Circuit races at
North Randall this afternoon from a
"Pop" Intends to be present when
Frank Jones, Memphis millionaire
teams Sir Frisco, Bonnlngton and Sir
Anthony Carter of the Geers string
in today's races.
Clubs— Won. Lost.
Muscatine 44 29
Clinton 42 28
Ottumwa 42 33
Marshalltown 40 32
Waterloo 36 39
Cedar Rapids 35 38
Mason City 29 45
Fort Dodge 24 50
Where They Plsy Today.
Ottumwa at Clinton.
Muscatine at Cedar Rapids.
Waterloo at Mason City.
Marshalltown at Fort Dodge.
NAUVOO, July 18.—Judson Tol
man, a Mormon who died at Bounti
ful, Utah July C, aged 99 years, re
in Nauvoo in Mormon days
here. During the exodus to Salt Lake
he was in Hosea Stout's company and
continued with the company to the
Missouri river, helping to build the
bridges, make the roads and raft the
wagons over the streams. He took
active part in early Utah military
affairs, and had a part in all the
early pioneer life of the community.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., July 18.—
With two pitchers in the outfield
Cedar Rapids was drubbed Monday bf
Muscatine. Shanley, the local center
fielder, was knocked out when he ran
into the fence in the first inning.
Score— R. H. E.
Muscatine 301 400 00J—11 11 3
Cedar Rapids .. 200 000 000— 2 1 5
Batteries: Flanagan anu Hruska
Berger and Newcomer.
Pilots Beat Packers.
CLINTON, la.. July 18.—Boelsle's
crippled team was helpless before the
onrushing Pilots and Ottumwa lost,
13 to 5. The locals made nineteen
hits, while the visitors piled up seven
Score— R. H. E
Clinton 046 020 lOx—13 19 0
Ottumwa 002 000 300— 5 9 7
Batteries: Miller and Brown Kuep
per and Boelzle.
FORT DODGE, la., July 17.—-Mar
shalltown-Fort Dodge game postponed
on account of rain.
MASON CITY, la., July 18.—Mason
City won yesterday's game from Wat
erloo by the score of 3 to 0.
Score— R. E.
Mason City 3 6 1
Waterloo 0 7 4
Batteries: Fitzpatrick and Weeks
Zackert and Bescher.
and health are bound by a
strong band of security
when S. S. S. is permitted
to aa*Ut Baton in restoring
strength and vigor to the
over worked and poisoned
blood, with its strengthen
ing vegetable qualities.
Weeghmann and Etobets Enter Com
petition to Obtain Star Inflelder
and Unsuccessful Manager of
CHAMP MEETS WHITE PLAYER HAS HIS SAY
Under Contract, His Consent Must be
Gained Before Cincinnati Can
Trade Him to Any Other
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 18.—Char
ley Weeghman, owner of the Chicago
Cubs, and Charley Ebbetts, owner of
the Brooklyn Dodgers, were due to
arrive here today to renew their bid
ding for Charles Herzog, manager of
Previous propositions made by
these magnates were turned down by
the Reds, but row the proposed trade
of Herzog tc the New York Giants
is being held up, they believe they
can land the Ited leader.
Before Ebbetts and Weeghman will
be given a chance to obtain Herzog
either for cash or players or a com
bination of both, strenuous efforts
will be made by Garry Herrmann to
come to terms with President Hemp
stead of the Giants.
Herrmann is anxious to land
Christy Matthewson as hir. next man
ager, but will not accept him with
the New York club retaining the right
to recall him at the end of two years,
a condition Hempstead now Insists
upon. Herrmann expects in get nto
touch with Hempstead today. The
latter may come here today.
Before Herzog can be Traded or
sold to any club except the Giant*,
Me consent must be obtained. Ho
has agreed to go to the Giants. Mc
Graw has promised him a three year
contract at $10,000 a year, with a
bonus of $3,000. Herzog has been
drawing $10,000 a year as player and
manager. H.s contract reads that he
cannot be traded or sold without his
YANKS HAVE NOW
Double Victory Over Tigers Yecter
day Gives Donovan's Men
Clinching Hold on First
WANT "BATTLING BUCK'
Hot Money Displaying Contest Being
Waged by Weeghman, Ebbets
and Hempstead In Fight
NEW YORK, July 18.—With the
American league all tied in a knot
and only a double victory for the
Tigers needed to pull the string which
would bring the first six teams within
a game of each other, Donovan's men
administered two crushing defeats to
Ty Cobb and Company and today
have a comfortable little margin on
At the same time the Dodgers in
the National league, stole a march
on their closest competitors, Boston
and Philadelphia, by swatting the
Cubs, while the Braves lost and the
Phillies remained ldlfe.
All the first division clubs in the
American league, with the exception
of the White Sox, who have had the
misfortune to run into wet weather
Just as they struck Philadelphia, won
their games, but the Yanks have a
clear lead of two games over the Red
Ty Cobb gained on Speaker In the
battle for the American league swat
ting honors by crashing out four hits
while the Texan went through the
day without a bingle.
Merry Scramble for "Buck."
While the Mathewson-Herzog deal
hangs fire, Charley Ebbets of the
Dodgers is hurrying to Holland to
put in a bid for the Cincinnati man i
ger. Charles Weeghman. the Cubs
owner, also communicated with Herr
mann and it is evident that if the
Giants fail to land "Battling Buck"
there will be a merry scramble among
six other teams In the league for his
The Dodgers seed Herzog. Short
stop has been the hole through which
many a Dodger victory has trickled
Some one called on Miss Cleveland,
daughter of tbe late President Cleve
land, after she had been ten days as
a worker at St. Dunstan's home for
Blind Soldiers in London, and found
that she had endeared herself to the
soldiers and the officials of the hos
pital and was doing wonderfully good
THE DAILY GATE OITtf
FOR ROSS HERZOG
PUN DIG NEW''
Colleges of Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Minneapolis and Perhaps Indiana
Will Become Members In
EXPENSE ONLY TROUBLE
If Plans for Larger Conference Fall
Through, Four Harvard Exchange
Colleges May Form Ae
A new football conference is
planned for next fall to include the
leading colleges of Iowa, Illinois, Wis
consin and possibly of Indiana. This
conference will supersede four confer
ences, none of which is proving satis
factory to some of the schools in
This conference Is planned to in
clude Beloit college, Lawrence col
lege in Wisconsin, Cornell college,
Crlnnell co'lpge, Coe college in
Iowa, Knox^ college, Lake Forest col
lege in Illinois. Carleton college in
Minnesota, and perhaps Wabash col
lege and DePauw university in Indi
ana. Monmouth college in Illinois and
Klpon college in Wisconsin might be
At present these colleges are mem
bers of various smaller conferences.
Knox, Beloit, Lake Forest and Mon
mouth, with Armour, compose the
Athletic Conference of the Middle
West. Cornell, Grlnnell and Coe are
members of the Iowa conference.
Carleton is a member of the Minne
sota Intercollegiate Athletic associa
tion, but plays most of its games with
schools in other states. Ripon and
Lawrence are in the Conference of
Wisconsin Colleges. Wabash and De
Pauw are the leading contenders in
the Indiana Athletic Conference.
Expense Is Drawback.
The conference would furnish Inter
esting competition and would stimu
late interest in clean college athletics
throughout the west. The only draw
back is the expense caused by the
distances between the colleges. It is
understood that some of the colleges
have the necessary funds in the ath
letic treasuries, but that the others
will find It necessary to raise more
money to enter.
If this conference is not formed
Knox, Belclt, Grlnnell and Carleton
might enter Into a Big Four confer
ence. These Institutions are bound
together by an exchange professor
ship with Harvard, and also compose
the Northern Oratorical and Debating
President Pendleton of Wellesley
was presented with an automobile by
the alumnae at the thirtieth reunion
of her class at the commencement ex
ercises. The alumnae association Is
to publish a quarterly magazine, Mrs.
Lucy Dow Cushing to be the editor.
Three new buildings will be erected
this year at Wellesley.
WARSAW, Jll., July 18.—H. E. Roth
and wife left for Wray, Colo., Satur
day afternoon. The.y will be met
there by Mr. and Mrs. David Rinckel
and will form an outing party to one
of the nearby resorts.
The boxes for the recepticp of let
ters for the mail were set up on the
designated corners today. They mako
the streets look quite cityfled.
Mrs. Henry Krushaar is the mother
of fine healthy twins born Friday
night boy 6% pounds, girl 7 pounds.
Mother and babieB doing well.
Henry Auhage returned to Quincy
Saturday evening after a few days'
The board of education has ap
pointed Paul Plume as janitor of the
high school building.
Rev. Dr. Long returned from St
Louis Monday morning and is very
busy with his duties as platform man
ager and chairman of the executive
committee of the Chautauqua,
In spite of the extreme heat, 100
in the shade, the Warsaw Sunday
school convention bad a large attend-
Yesterday's hero: He wasn't there.
It was one of those days without a
star or a dub, the teams winning or
fWiheezer Dell ca^ne closest. He
held the Cubs to five hits and then
banged out the single that won for
the Dodgers, 2 to 1.
The Yanks pinched both 'ends of
their double header with Detroit and
are now full games ahead of the Red
President (Ltonln of the Red Sox
donated Boston's share of the re
ceipts to the soldiers* relief fond.
Tillie Shafer is a visitor In New
York, not to play baseball, but golf.
Tillie lives In the As
gel City now
and sells real estate to the tourists,
one dollar down and one dollar a
week for life. He says he Is through
Bob Shawkey who wasn't quite
good enough for Connie Mack, won
his twelfth victory of the year when
he held the Detroit sluggers to six
hits, and no runs while his Yankee
team mates were banging out nine
for two runs.
Cleveland, helped by the 'Washing
ton defense, which made five errors,
"won, 7 to 6.
Cards getting loyal support from
home fans, 500 of them turning out
to see them. It's the spirit that wins.
Philadelphia ...... .. 41
New York .. 37
Chicago .. .^.... 39
Pittsburgh .. ..• 35
St. Louis 88
St. Louis ..:
New York at St. Louis.
(Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia! at Pittsburgh
Boston at Cincinnati. ".
St. Louis at Boston.
Cleveland at Washington.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Detroit at New York,
At St. Louis—St Louis S, New
At Chicago—'Brooklyn 2, Chicago 1.
At Cincinnati—Cincinnati 9, Boston
poned wet grounds.
At Boston—Boston 3, St. Louis 2.
At New York—New Yoflc 2—3, De
At Washington—Cleveland 71, Wash
At Philadelphia—Chicago, postpoen
visltors at every session of the con
Mrs. flferry and her sl?ter Miss
Cora Crawford of Warsaw attended
the Zurich convention.
The Chautauqua tent came this
afternoon and is In place on the
grounds east of the high schoo!.
There was an interesting meeting of
the guarantors Monday evening at
Dr. Hartley's office and prospects are
encouraging in every way. A large
attendance is hoped for every day in
the week beginning Tuesday, July 18.
The following delegates of this dis
trict returned the last of the week
from the Sunday school and Y. P.
convention of the Evangelical church
held in Burlington: Mr. and Mrs. F.
Berlin, Miss E. Brunn, Miss F. Siem
ers, Mrs. K. Brunn and the Revs. E_
H. Jagdstein and K, Brunn. Among
the speakers were President J. Balt
zer of the Evangelical sjnod of St.
Louis, Rev. Lehmhuts of Quincy and
other prominent ministers. F. Ber
lin of Warsaw, read an Interesting
paper on the subject, "Social Service
ance at all of the sessions from morn- as an Agency for the Upbuilding of
..i the Kingdom of God." Quite a num.
ber of delegates took part in the dis
cussion. The delegates from Keokuk
extended a- cordial invitation to hold
the next convention at the Gate City,
which' invitation was received with
ing until evening. Hugh Cork, state
secretary of Sunday schools, being
the principal drawing card. At 7:30
p. m., the Presbyterian church was
packed by an interested but perspir
ing audience to hear Mr. Cork's lec
ture on his trip to Zurich, Switzer
land, to attend the world's Sunday
school convention in 1913. Mr. Cork
is a ready and fluent speaker and his
stereopticon pictures illustrating his
lecture (most of them taken by his
son), were very beautiful indeed and
were quite instructive. A half hour's
song service preceded the lecture and
everybody sang. Four churches united
in the service. The heat being so
intense, the invitation to the men to
doff their coats was generally ac
Mre Fannie Berry and her daugh-j and "warning them of the new law
iter, both of Carthage, were interested 1 regarding the aad
The balloon ascension having been
such a fizzle Saturday night, a second
ascension will be made next Satur
day from the White mill lot The
cause of the failure was too much hot
air and not enough gas.
It has been suggested by several
parties that the band play a tune or
two in front of the Chautauqua tent,
a half hour or so before the regular
Saturday night concert.
The state egg Inspector was in
Warsaw Friday, callng on our grocers
your first and
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ation on request. I:
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of eggs, also naming the penalties for
Infringing the law. M. C. Eckbohm.
tme of our leading merchants, at once
circulated a paper signed by every
one of the nine grocers, In which
they promised to strict*? obey the
mm* Cttmf Cmm fnOca
mmd fmllimf.rmmti.n mimmt
Mr Traaitt Ce* 314 S. Clwfc SU Plis—. Ms.
law. Needless to say Mr. EcXbotiia
headed the list
Young Chas. R. CHmer Is becoming
quite expert In handling moving pic
ture reels. He Is very careful to
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