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... ..' -...... . .... .. j , r - isuiinnsDY SGCnEUTO LCC3 07 xxnz? Baftroad Clouts a Himr iritk the Bag Loaded ana HonwClub " CM Lot. , Rockford , Pearce, m Brennan. If IBranCIb ... Rigsby, c . Kroger, e . Leyme, rt . . Hank, lb Gallegos, ct Foelsch, lb Voigt, V " GAMS TOMOEKOW. .f Bo KtaDd at BMkfort. lUae at Oiar Raeids. , EvsasvOle at Peerm. t Terre Haute at Bloomington. AB. R. H. P. A.E. 12 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 S 8 0 ,0 0 1 2 0 a 2 .v 6 5 5 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 14 t 0 1 nLLittnuriu mp'.to LIAGXS Kl RAH OF 4-0 GAr.:S V By Bruce Copetend. Rockford. 111., Aug. 12. You at home can blame train schedules Just at much a tneffectlTe pitch log, tcnile batting and the worst fielding of the season for the 14-2 nut of those Islanders by the hopeful Rox at Kishwaukee park here yesterday. The Milwaukee railroad had just in much to do with the massacre u the woeful stuck oi ine kox,i who fought vindictively all the way, lull smarting unaer me sung of their 11-0 dish served Sunday by the Bloomers. There is nothing sweeter to a ball player than his sleep In fact, he only eats, plays ball and sleeps. All three are necessary to imbue him with the kick. But when his sleep is broken at 3:40 a. m. and he is forced to' board a slow train and be jostled through the cold my dawn to a lonely junction and there await another honr before he can be shunted another 12 miles of insomnia, the kick departs. There is not the slightest doubt that the Islanders played their worst yesterday, but those who are considerate of the limitations of human endurance will agree that a ball player cannot perform with reasonable skill unless be gets his anota of unbroken sleep. To begin with, "Weegee" Weiss pitched according to form, which is. live him a one or two run lead in the early innings and be will pitch air-tight ball. Weiss didn't get his usual lead yesterday. It had been a sultry, sleepless night for "Weee" and the others,- The re sult was that they blew up over the slightest provocation, which, in this case, was the erratic fielding of Johnny Murray f Davenport, who had been pressed into service after the release of Wlllard Glockson. It was Murray's first day on a strange field and before a hostile crowd. His first two misplays elicited litt'le joshing. But after the third bobble, the crowd began to raise him almost to terror. When ever a ball was hit in his direction the crowd yelled, "There goes an other!" The boy floundered hope- s lessly, making five errors. ' Then Manager Glockson pulled another boner by nulling out Mur ray. That is against baseball eth ics. No major leaguer had ever been pulled out for committing er rors, . because. Invariably, it will throw the club up in the air. Glockson switched Murpny to third base on this account and let Murray try out at shortstop, it didn't work, because Murray had to meet the heavy bombardment azainst Weiss at still greater dis advantage. He should have been allowed to remain at third base and redeem himself. Being young and sensitive he Just naturally went to pieces. After Murray returned. Glockson Dnlsned tne game ai snun and Hubbart Dennis filled in at first Strangely enough, Gioctson ydnt miss a chance. ' The Rox opened np against Weiss in the second inning, which, includ ing the next two frames, nettea seven runs. They went scoreless in the sixth, but came back in the seventh with five. One each was uMetl in the elehth and ninth. Sixteen hits for a total of Z3 bases- were secured on Weiss. Tnose mis, tnzether with the. Islanders' 10 er rors. will give some Intimation of what the scorekeeners had to con tend with. There is no nse to give the scoring in detail. The errors would snoil It. In addition to misplays ana in effective pitching, Ollie Voight pitched the best gamer of his life. Who couldn't, with such an 'ava lanche of runs. Moreover, the big right-hander poled the ball over the left field fence in the ninth. The Rockford outfield Is 100 feet short er than Douglas park. Not con doning the loss of the game, the Rox gave Voigt sensational sup port that cracked only once when Voigt committed an excusable er ror, trvin to oover first base on a toss by Fetch in the ninth. Har ry Brant nulled Voigt out of sev eral bad holes by his glossy stops and assists. This is another day, and the Is landers should benefit by a long nieht's sleen. It should also be conducive for them to register a win because George McQuillan will pitch. The big fellow himself was greatly fatigued by the jump here, but today he la raring to go. ToUls ........4S 14 It 27 14 1 Rock Island AB. R. H. P. A. E. Murphy, ss-$b .. .4 0 0 4 3 2 Purpura, If . 4 11 1 1 0 Benson. 2b .4 0 1 3 4 0 Glockson, lb-s ..4 0 1,110 Dixon, 210 6 1 "0 Mclnerey. cf 4 0 1 1 10 Murray, 3b-ss ....1 0 0 115 Dennis, lb ...... 1 0 1 6 11 Reed, rf ...,3 t II 1 0 0 Weiss, p .........8 0 0 0 3 1 ; Totals ........31, 2 5 24 ; 10 score by innings: Rockford .......02220511X 14 Rock Island ....0000100012 Two bate hits Mclnery, Brant, Foelch, Rigsby, Brennan. Home run Voigt. stolen bases Pearce, Brennan, Brant (2), Rigsby. Sacri fice hit Dennis. Double play- Pur pura to Benson. Left on bases Rock Island, 4; Rockford, 10. Struck out By Weiss, 3; by Voigt, 6. Bases on balls OS Weiss, 1; off Voight, 1. Wild pitch Weiss. Hit by pitcher Rigsby. Umpire Weir. Time 1:45. EraaiiHto win treat TraeUrs aad Bleeaiagtrt TXieate Tata tm Tw lMutay Tilts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 11. Boyle's Bunnies continued their winning streak today, shutting out Moline, 4 to 0 In both both gamer of a double- header. In the first game both teams battled scoreless for seven Inninn. Cedar Hamas scored all four runs in the last of the eighth. The score: , FIRST AME. Cedar Ra'ds AB. R. H. PO. A. K. Evers. 2b , 4 0 1 1 3 Jenkins, Sb 4 1 1 2 2 Hardgrove, rt ... 4 12 0 0 Larmore, ss .... 4 116 3 Hruska, e ....... 4 0 2 4 1 Pruess, "ct 2 0 0 1 0 Krone, lb 3 O'O 10 1 LeBeau. If 3 0 0 t 0 LittreH. p 0 1 1 RUTH INJURED BUT EXPECTED TO PLAYTODjlY Bambino Hurt In Sliding Into Sec ond, But His Mates Win Con test in 10 Innings. GHAXIP HAYES SEEN AT POLO GR0UHD3 SOON Cleveland, Aug. 12. New York made it two straight from Cleve land yesterday by winning 7 to in ten innings. Cleveland scored its four on a home run by Smith with the bases filled in the third. Baghy weakened a trifle in the fifth and sixth and a misjudged fly by Wambsganss let New York tie the score. Mays' batting was a factor, as he drove in one run in the fifth with a double and started the win ning rally in. the tenth with another two-base hit. Babe' Ruth dislocated his right knee in the first inning, sliding into second base. He may be able to nlav today. - Meusel, who took his Dlace. scored the tying run, and drove in the winningtrun. : Score: New York . ,AB. R, H. E. Ward. 3b 5 1 Z Peck, ss 5 Ruth, rf l Meusel. rf . . . . 3 Pratt. 2b 5 Totals ...28 4 8 27 12 3 Moline AB.R.H.PO.A.E. Runser, ss ...... 4 0 0 4 4 0 Strasbaugh, 3b .. 4 0 0 1 1 1 Jones, If ......... 4 0 11 0 0 Duefel, c. 3 0 2 8 3 0 Shollenberger, cl 3 0 0 z v v Lord, rt 3 0 0 0 o u Bay, 2b 2 0 0 3 1 0 Mack, lb z o u a u u Pierson, p 3 0 0 0 1 0 Totals ........28 0 3 24 10 1 Cedar Rapids 00000004 '4 Moline 0 00000000 0 Two-base bits,. Denfel,- Larmore. Sacrifces, Pruess, snoiienoerger. nonhle slave. Larmore to ivropp, F.vM-a tn Larmore to Kropp. Bases on balls, off Littrell, 1; off Pier son, 2. Hit by pitcher, by LittreU, rTtuvi. Struck out. by Littrell, 3; by Pierson, 8. Umpire, Spade. Time 1:49. . SECOSD GAME. Cedar Ra'ds AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Evers. 2b 3 0 1 0 4 Tonlrina 3h Z U U U U Harrirrove. rf ... 3 0 1 1 0 0 Larmore. ss 3 0 Hruska, c Pruess, cf . Kropp, lb . LeBeau, If Tesar, p X 0 7V 0 - 0 10 0 9 10 Lewis, If Pipp, lb Bodie, cf Ruel, c . Mays, p . Totals ..41 7 12 1 Cleveland Jamison, If .. Chapman, ss Speaker, ct AB.R.H. E. 4 5 ,7 4. Smith, rf 5 3 4 4 4 Bagby, p 3 Gardner, 3b Wamby, 2b . . Johnson, lb O'Neill, c Totals 24 4 5 21- 8 0 Moline- AB.R.H.PO.A.E. Runser, ss 2 0 0 2 2 1 Strasbaugh, 3b .. 3 0 0 0 2 1 Jones. It ? ,0 0 0 0 0 n.fi r 3 0 0 0 0 0 ScholienT)erger cf 3 0 0 2 2 0 Lord, rt ........ 3 0 3 10 0 Ray, 2b ......... 2 0 0 2 1 0 Mack, lb 2 0 0 9 3 1 Drevel, p Z " Totals .'.23 0 3 IS 14 3 Cedar Rapids 0 1 0 30 0 4 Moline .00000000 Bloomington, 111., Aug. 12. Kel lerman's triple to center In the 11th with Main on Dase gave me .himniMi the onenine clash of the series here yesterday, 3 to 2. Terre Haute outhit the locals, but lacked ability to bunch their blows. Camozsi was strong and kept the locals guessing until Kellennan's crash. The score: Terre Haute ab. k. n. r v.- 'vFfc tu. 12. Champion Jack Dempsey will probably fight Bill Brennaa on Oct. i grounds in New York according to reports today. Articles tor the fight were signed yesterday oj " agers of the two heavyweights, the f lace and date of the bout remain ing to be chosen. . . The International Sporting ciuo win h rlren the ODDortunity of staging thebout in case the New York, state law governms b"s matches is effective by that time. CITY HALL MAN WATCHES ARGUS DEFEAT PHELPS Wielding vicious sticks and field ing with' errorless precision. The Argus baseball team yesterday staged a demonstration which sent Earl Shannon, city hall scout, back to headquarters with a gruesome tale of the 7 to 1 defeat handed the Phelps Light & Power company. Anticipating a tough battle when thev meet The Areus Saturday, the city dads sent Shannon out to nick the weak toots on which to work in Saturday's carnage, dui the impregnaBle front whtch faced the Phelps men, retiring batters and runners with a fulsome assort ment of magnificent pitching oy Clark Means and air-tight fielding showed no faulty link. It was too much for Earl. Before the fourth inning his courage tailed ana a new base umpire had to be sought, as he hied himself to town with the awful details. Looby was the bright -light tor The Argus, both in his offensive and defensive work. Besides a pair of clean triples, he performed spec. tacularlv at shortstop. Clarx Means twirled in excellent form for the winners. With the customary "Nothing new," the moguls of the municipal ity refuse to comment on the har rowing report of Shannon. To retell the tale of the Phelps fracas would be but heaping trou bles unon the worried opposition who will tremble before The Ar gus men Saturday. However, the score by innings of yesterday's ram e follows: Phelps .0 0 0 0 0 0 11 GLOVEFESTAT PARK TOMGIIT Indications Point to Large Tnrnoot f Fans fer Hass-Pasisen . Entertainment 10 TONIGHTS CARD. JtnuBy Kaes vs. PmIscb, rotnos at J poena. JofcBBj Vensnne vs. Battling John rob, c ronnds at 187 pounds. Elmer Kelly vs. KM Powell, 4 rannds at 108 pounds. KaHall Kent vs. Fremont Jack, 4 rounds at 125 pounds. . League Standing j THREE-EYE LEAGUE. - W. L. Bloomington , Evaasvllle .. Rockford .... Peoria ...... Cedar Rapids Terre Haute Moline ...... Rock Island . ....67 ....56 ....56 ....54 ...55 ....48 ....49 ....47 43 47 54 56' 54 66 62 61 AMEBICAX LEAGUE. Cleveland ..... Chicago .. New York St Louis Boston .. Washington Detroit Philadelphia ... W. ...69 ...69 ...69 ...52 ...47 ...46. ...40 ...33 L. 37 41 42 53 67 67 64 74 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Argus. 103201 7 Fight Results Dallas. Aug. 12. "Young" Fite simmons, claimant of the middle weight champinoship of Oklahoma, defeated Pat Bishop of Michigan, in a 12-round bout, according to news paper critics. Denver, Colo., Aug. 12. Manager of safety, E. Downer, owing to the unsettled conditions in Denver, de clined to, issue a permit for the 15 round boxing bout between Peter Herman, bantamweight champion and Roy Moore of Baltimore, sched' uled for Friday night. ' A.E. 0 0 ' Totals , 37 4 8 3 Graney batted for Wambly in tenth. New York 00 00310 00 37 Cleveland 0 04 0000 000 Two-base hits, Bodie, Mays (2), Ward, Speaker (2). Home run. Smith. Bases on balls, off Mays, 5; off Bagby, 1. Struck out, by Mays, 4: by "Bagby, , 2. Umpires, Chill, Owens and Friel. Time, 2:00. KNOW RULESOE HORSESHOE GAME? HERE'S OHIO CODE fVRerta. If 6 1 2 3 Dee, ss .....5 0 1 4 1 0 Johnson, cf 6 0 1 3 0 0 Srhnlte. erf.;. 4 0 3 5 2 0 Kohls, lb 5 1 2 8 3 0 if rali vn ever. 2b . . 5 0.1 2 3 1 rnlKna 3h 4 0 1 1 2 Darringer, rf ... 2 0 1 1 0 0 Taeev. e Z 0 U 4 1 U Camozzl, p 5 0 1 0 2 Totals 43 2 13 3114 1 One out when winning run was Bloomineton AB.R. H. P. A.E. Kellerman, 2b ... 5 0 1 7 4 Coltrin, ss 5 0 1 2 4 Thnmnson. rf ... 5 0 2 4 1 Fothergill. cf .... 4 12 3 0 Snyder, c 3 u - S.kaa. lb ....... 4 1 2 10 0 Lenahan, 3b .... 4 0 1 0 3-0 Jantxen, If 4 o l o u u Main n 5 1 0 1 2 0 Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 12. For Totals ........39 3 10 33 15 Bloomington .....000 200 000 013 the benefit of lovers of the game Haute ......000110 000 002 or norsesnoes, b su "v" to be staging a -comeoacs, , ln . 1L With the sporting 'Jjiktlti rules covering the contest They score to!I:n. between new - Forty right field and made thtrdN when Distance between pegs rony i tombled the ball. A sin- re?r. .. '. .w.Tk. limit ri bv Wire scored him and won dimension, m uu - .-- - Rvansville over the la 7U inches long ana I waweiw ,:, i.j wide. THE SCOREBOARD Olson's two triples featured the flraf mnu nf the BrOOklyn-Chl- avn Jnnkk liaaar Rrooklvn tOOk the first, to 3. but the Cubs cams' back, winning the secona, to & Fburnler collected 'jTve of the Cardinal ' twentv-five WU in the slagging match witi Philadelphia, which the Cardinais-won is to s. Pphtw-v want to the relief of naraav in tna eirbth and checked a, rail hr tha Brows. The Red Sox won, 6 to 8. Kerr pitched the White Sox to their fourth consecutive victory over Washington by a 2 to 1 score. Nine hits and tonr errors In the seventh inning gave the Athletics ten runs. They won from the Tig ers. 12 to 4. . Mays oontrfbnted a pair of don- ai - -i.VIa 4Vsk VT1- tZ'Zt inn"TWy W btbout. -Limit 2 poopds. Weight of shoe: ounces. ' . inrth of caulks Not more than three-fourths ot an men. Distance between openings Three and one-half inches, tnslde measurements. . uht nf ners JMZQl lui-uca. and peg not to be more than one iWire, inch in aiameier. - Scoring no snoe mora eight inches from the peg shall count U a piayer y" ringers and a player following tSps both, the original thrower gets credit tor one ringer. U a player throws a ringer and aPT' 1. Hiiwia nltehea a leaner, the w "o . . I , , . tumwine tne rinxer sou, uwauir, u point -r 1 -l THfw hnraMhoes has beenlNeaaer, cf TX; T.. mml in Iowm this Roth, e year Several counties have held Newaaha, rf county contests and neighborhood Baser, Sb .. games have been frequent In many Bluege, ss , parts u tne siaie, iu i wmm., y St Louts. Mo Ai77-eal 4 nf mainland, was given th n.wananr dSClSiOB OTST Johnny ctamiM of Limdon. Bag. la. ani am aw wv Tractors. 6 to 5. zeigier was wua at times as well as Bowman. Dana her knocked a home run over the right field fence. J The score: , Evansvtlle AB. Bashang, cf 5 Meyers, 2b 4 Loftus, ir Wire, lb y. Johnson, rf 4 Mann, ss 4 Martin, 3b 3 McLlnden, c 2 Lothes, e 1 Zelgler, p .......4 R. H. P. 2 1 12 1 3 2 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 ALPHA All that is needed is cooling weather tonight to help make the boxing entertainment at Douglas park an unexcelled bit ot choice fiisticuffs. In event of rain at the time tor the festivities to start Quinn and Smith, the promoters, have announced that the action win only be postponed an evening. But rain would have to tall all evening ln order to put a quietus on. the af fair, so that no one is expecting the show to be laid over. From all- indications, the park will be well filled with eager box ing fans. Nuss has made himself a good drawing card. Moline bugs will turn out in strong numbers in hopes of seeing him flatten the man from Minneapolis, who is hail ed as a "tornado." Nuss also has many followers in Rock Island but the majority ot the fans here and in Davenport are credited with desir ing to see him taken down a notcn or two in his climb up the ladder of fistic tame. PaulBen has the appearance of a rough, itough mauler. He lays no claim to being a boxer, asserting that he wins by boring In and mow ins them down with stiff rights and lefts. If this be the case, the fans are due to see two boxers of the same type and the outcome is a matter of conjecture. s SemMVindnp. Johnny Donahue has had to re duce considerable poundage for Battling Johnson in order to get the semi-windup match. But Johnny reported this morning that he will scale ln under the limit Johnny looks to be in fit shape for his rugged opponent and he claims to be. . This bout should produce plenty ot fast and furious action. Preliminaries. True to their assertions, Smith and Quinn have arranged for some classy prelim events. The Powell and Kelly battle should be a bum mer for the entire four rounds. Kelly outweighs Powell, but what the latter lacks in weight he makes up in aggressiveness and gameness. Randalr Kent and Fremont Jack wil lopen the show with a 4-round engagement. w Brooklyn ...'........61 Cincinnati 58 New York 67 Pittsburgh ,...52 Chicago .....53 St Louis 48 Boston 44 Philadelphia 40 L. 46 44 46 49 57 55 53 62 Pet .609 .544 .509 .491 .605 .462 .441 .435 Pet .651 .627 .622 .495 .452 .447 .385 .308 Pet .570 .569 - .553 .515 .482 .462 ,454 .392 CTJE3 SPLIT EVEN . 'WITH DODGERS Til DOUBLE HEADER LJ1 Brooklyn. N. Y, Aug. 12. Brook lyn tana are trying to win ball games these days by the old-tash-loned methods ot throwing pop bot tles at the umpire. After the Rob ins had Ucked the Cubs in the first combat of a double header yester day, 9 to 2, the tana threw a fit In seventh inning ot the second game when a home player waa called out at the plate, and a shower ot bot tles rained down from the upper deck, all aimed at Ump Qulgley. None hit him. After some delay the game "proceeded and the Cubs nosed out ahead, 4 to 3. Scores: Toted dm of speed cr:.: :? ATOAVElirC Mississippi TaKoy Fntf Asassfe: Has Arriagct for CUsslg .4 ....2 "..". .4 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Three-Eye League. Rockford, 14; Rock Island, 2. Cedar Rapids, 44; Moline, 0-0. Evansville, 6; Peoria, 5. Bloomington, 3; Terre Haute, American League. Chicago, 2; Washington, 0. Philadelphia, 13; Detroit 4. New York, 7; Cleveland, 4. Boston, 6; St. Louis, 3. National League. Brooklyn, 9; Chicago, 3. Chicago, 4; Brooklyn, 3. New York, 5; Pittsburgh, L New York, 6; Pittsburgh, 3. St. Louis, 18; Philadelphia, 9. Cincinnati at Boston, rain. Chicago Flack, rt .. Twombly, If Terry, ss .. Merkle, lb . Paskert, cf Deal, 3b 4 Herzog, 2b .......3 0 Daly, c 3 2 Tyler, p 1 0 Martin, p 0 y0 Bailey, p 2,0 AB.R.H.PO.A.E. ..4 12 10 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 Totals ... Brooklyn Olson, ss .5,2 Johnston, 3b .....5 2 Neis, rf 1 1 Wheat It 6 1 Myers, cf 3 1 Lamar, ct 2 0 Konetchy, lb ....5 1 Kilduff, 2b 4 1 .30 3 824 10 2 AB. ft. H. PO. A. E. Elliott Pfeffer, AMERICA CAN'T BE BEATEN FOR OLYMPIC HONOR Victory Conceded to This Country Games Probably Under Way By Sunday. SOX WIN FOURTH STRAIGHT CONTEST OFF SENATORS, -21 A.E. 0 4 0 0 1 3 2 1 0 M 0 0 4 0 Totals Peoria ...36 AB. t ' ....5 '."".8 4 6 8 33 13 2 R. H. P. A.E. 2 2 5 0 0 0 14 1 2 Totals ' xBatted tot eleventh. Soar by innings BvansfUto . ,39 B 7 83 88 8 Bowman la the Chautauaua. Aug. 27. 28, 29. Clarence Fosburg has completed his work as denot helner and now employed as agent at the de pot at the C, B. & Q. brick yards at Galesburg. . The regulations for governing bids for driving bus for Oxford townshin consolidated school are not nosted. The president is wii liam Tracy, and secretary, Clint Cole. Miss Lydia Upfelt is spending the week at Rock Island with Miss Gladys -Sylvester. Miss Buena Eiker returned Mon day evening from a 10 days' visit with relatives at Prophetstown. Evelyn Bolton gave a wienie ana marshmallow roast Saturday eve ning to a company of little, girl friends in honor of Marcella Spi vey, who leaves soon for her new home at Pasadena. I M. E. Spivey and . the Peterson sisters loaded their household goods, and they started on their way Tuesday for Pasadena, Calif., where the-'Spiveys and Petersons will make their home. Word comas from Chicago that Mr. Lindorff is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stitt and son Wayne, Wichita, Kan., arrived Monday evening to visit his moth er, Mrs. Mary J. Stitt The Stitts are taking a month's vacation, making the trip by auto. Mrs. Hattie Cabeen. Mrs. H. W. Stitt and daughter Rilla spent Mon day at Aledo. Clarence Lindell, one of the Q. agents, was seriously injured at the pumphouse Monday about the noon hour. Mr. Lindell had been offered the Job of Jumping the wa ter for the village. As it is done by motor and did not require great amount of time, he thought be could do it. In cleaning the ma chinery, in some manner his right hand was caught in a cog and the thumb and two fingers were badly mangiea. Dr. Shearer rushed him to the Galesburc hospital. where part of the hand, thumb and two fingers were amputated. Mr. Lin dell has the sympathy of the Whole community. He is a young man who has spent many years here. He was two years overseas. large purse was quickly made for him. Mrr Lindell has a wife and uttie daughter. Robert Weible of Shelblna, Ma, is the guest ot the Rntledees. Miss Buffin of western Kansas is here to spend the year with her cousin. Miss Bertha Shlnn, and at tend huch school. The board of education has made arranffemanta tnr tfc vr f a n Iderson house, whereby all of the Chicago, 111., Aug. 12. Buck Weaver boosted a rainbow single over Ellerbe's head with the bases full in the lucky seventh yester day and- scored the two runs which enabled the White Sox to win ineir fourth straight ganw from Wash ington and to climb srwbole game closer to the lead. The score was 2tol. ' Score: Chicago AB. R. H. PO. A. 13. Leihold. rf 2 0 2 1 0 0 E. Collins. 2b 3 Weaver, 3b 4 Jackson, If 4 Strunk, ct 1 J. Collins, lb .... 4 Risberg, ss 4 Schalk, c ,. 3 Kerr, p 2 0,0 Totals .27 2 4 27 14 0 Washington AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Judee. lb ... 3 0 0 12 0 Milan, If 4 01 3 0 Rice, cf 4 0 2 5 0 Roth, rf 2 0 1 0 0 Ellerbei 3b 4 0 0 0 3 Shanks 2b 4 0 1 2 6 0NeU, as 4 0 0 2 1 Gharrity, c 41 1 0 1 Erickson, p 3 0 l o z Zachary, p 0 0 0 0 0 Antwerp, Aug. 12. (By United Press. The huee stadium here, where the Olympic; games will be staged, was closed today in order that final nrenarations might be made for' toe dedication ceremon- Ina. The eames in the stadium will nrobablv start on Sunday. Jack Moaklev. head coach of the Amerl can athletes, said today that be was uncertain who be would pick to start In each event The Americans have six entries for each event while only four will be allowed to start Moakley said ne wouia make the final selections Just prev inns to the contest nenrasentatives of the other na tions have been greatly interested in the workout by the Americans and were greatly impressed by their snappy work. "The Americans are unbeatable Ernie HJertsberg, coach of the Sweden team said. "We will finish enennd but America has left a bet ter team at home than any of the nther romnetitors have on the frrnunrts " mm The French are hopeful of win ning a few seconds in the track events. Coach L. Shroder of toe! French athletes said he had two good men, Guillimot.Aong distance runner, ana Anare.emereu m me penathlon. ! The famous British champion re lay team reported tOvbe out of the running, was regarded as winners. Rudd is competing with the South Africans. The British athletes said they were not supported at home and consider their chances poor. Piatt Adams, coach of the Italian team and an American, believes he has a fair chance for victory in several events. Two other Americans are coacn- ine- foreign teams Joe Pipal, the I Slavs, and A. E. Marriot, the Greeks. Totals 38 9 10 27 9 0 Chlcaso 000002010 3 Brooklyn ....1000 6110 9 Two base hits Terry, Daly. Johnston, i Wheat Myers. Three base hits Olson (2). Home run Flack. Struck out Tyler, 1; Bai ley, 1. Bases on balls Tyler, 1; Pfeffer. 2. Double play Myers to Konetchy. Hits Tyler, 8 in four and one-third innings; Martin. 4 "in one-third inning. Losing pitcher- Tyler. Time 1:40. Second Game: Chicaeo AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Flack, rt 3 1 1 2 1 0 Twombly, If 3 00 2 Robertson. It 0 0 0 1 Terry, ss ........3 Merkle, lb 4 Paskert, cf 4 Deal, 3b 4 Herzog, 2b O'FarrelL c Friburg ... Daly, c Hendrix, p . Carter, p .. Alexander, Barber .. 1 3 2 11 0 2 Nine speed pilots, including soar, nf tha nest known drivers Ot C circular courses, are registered a, 1 starters ln the automobile race j which will be tha cUmax ot j Mississippi Valley Fair at pnvon port on Saturday. Aug. 21. -sj With the official closing Urn nc entries only a short way off and en- ; tries pouring in. Secretary Baoot; j announced the arrangement ot onu ' of the finest automobile race, pro-: grams ever presentea in w yww of the country. With tho taiWrf. of the new fair grounds and tha reconstruction of tne, nau-nuw track, everything points to the au tomobile raco day as being the big- gest and best day in the history of. i out-door amusements throughout , this territory. , i Prominent among the entries W Leon Duray, famous French driver J; driving a Simplex; Dave Koetslaj, holder of world's hour record tor ! . Unntinnnns drivlnc: Floyd WiUardJ o light car champion, driving a Moo-t .'ma dunlicate of car winning IndH nianapolis classic on May SO; John; U . - A-imm .MtaHnv tfto re-establish his wputatic;JPaj Clancy, Briscoe; James Craft, Ford;J Knanft. Ballot: Bob Kline, Max-i well; Louis; Disbrow, driving aaJ Essex. Other entries are expoctndj From all indications moior nsnjj will enjoy an afternoon ot apeed; and thrills. A special prise will bej awarded in an effort to lower taaf state record In time trials. , 1 As an added feature to this pro-j gram, the officials have posted si; prise -of 8500 tor a game of- autol polo to be contested for by the Allj Americans and the Pacific - coast champions. This game, quoted asi being too fast for the "movies" Willi i fnnlili a series ot spills, collision Q and spectacular driving adding tot O the already complete program oB n .kn. ahadnied for the afternoonJ " i ,,, .y 1 The automooiio racee vui sp m- jV HAMLET Miaaea i.iilie and Bessie Marsh! danarted for Colorado Sunday tet Totals 30 4 9 27 13 3 Ran for O'Farrell in eighth. Singled for Hendrix in seventh. Brooklyn ' AB. k. w. rv. a. a. Olson, ss 5 1 2 3 Z U Johnston, 3b .....4 0 1 1 2 Griffith, rf 4 1 1 l l Wheat If 0 2 4 0 Myers, cf 3 0 0 0 0 Konetchy, lb ....4 0 3 8 2 McCabe 0 0 0 0 0 Kilduff, 2b 3 0 0 4 2 Krueger, c 3 1 2 5 1 Neis ... 0 0 0 0 0 Rilintt e 0 0 0 1 1 Cadore, p ...'. 2 0 1 0 11 Mamaux, p 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 visit at the home of Bam DumbeU.J Meigs Kendal and iamuy, nasi Clara Cork and Mrs. Jota -Bake and children motored to West LIV. erty. Iowa, Saturday and visited ; until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halstead. Misses Emily Swsrtout and Ines Bonynge were dinner guests of Miss Florence Lee Friday. Myron Stockier ger and famfly Ot Aledo spent Sunday night at the C, LBoyles home. James Boultlnghouse, Jr, and family of Michigan are visiting at ha hnma of his father, James Boultlnghouse Miss Ethel uonyngn returned! Totals 32 1 7 24 13 2 Washineton ......0000100001 Chicago ...00000020 2 To-base bits, Shanks. Lemoia. Three-base hit Gharrity. Struck out by Kerr, 2. Bases on balls. Kerr,. 1; Erickson, 6; Zacnary, l. Double plays. Shanks to Judge; Risberg to J. Collins. "Hits isancK son, 3 In 6 innings (none out in sev enth) ; Zachary, 1 in 2 innings. Hit by pitcher, by Kerr. Roth. Umpires, Hildebrand and Moriariiy. SEVENTY GOLFERS SURVIVE IN PLAY FOR OPEN TITLE Totals t34 3 12 27 14 1 Ran for Konetchy in ninth. Ran for Krueger in seventh. tLa mar batted for Cadore in seventh onrf Mitchell ran for Mamaux in ninth. Chicago 200010100 V Brooklyn ....oozuuiuuv , Two base hit Urimtn. i nree base hit Flack. Struck out Hen drix, 3; Alexander, 1; Cadore, 3 Mamaux, 1- Bases on Daus nen drlx, 1; Alexander, 1; Cadore, 3. Double plays Herzog to Terry to Merkle: Herzog to Merkle; Terry to Merkle. Hits Hendrix, 8 in six Innings; Carter, 4 in two ana one third innings; Cadore, 7 ln seven. Winning pitcher Hendrix; loser, Cador. Hit by pitcher Cadore. 1 (TerryL , Time 1:59. Umpires Quigley and O'Day. THE GIANTS gained on the lead in? R.ia and Robins when Benton and Douglas turnea in viciorwm, a tn 1 and 6 to 3 over toe Pirates. Snancer's triole with the bases rammed nut the Giants In front In the second game. VI. a , . o .i.it with her i 01 Dome suquhj , i . o rittlnann. . t! Misses Guyda, Opal and Ruth FeoH der spent Sunday afternoon at ttsrf home of Hiram cooper. Sore Feet If you have foot trouble allow us to fit you our way. we win noi fill your shoes iuii o arcu uir ports. Here Is Our Proposition t afiar so davs' trial we hare not convinced you that the Dolry avatem is correct we will reiuua your money, and not solicit your future patronage. DOLLY . Men's Shoes 1728-30 Second Ave; TnledoXOhio. Aug. 12. Seventy picked golfers from all parts of the United States, as well as from Canada and Great Britain, played! the first 18 hole rounds for the na tional open golf championship over the 6,563 yard course of the Inver ness club. - These experts qualified Tuesday and Wednesday with scores of 157 or better. 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