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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TRIDAY. MAY 16, 1913.
5
DAVENPORT SOX
HUMBLE DECATUR
'J Leary's Men Bury Almost
Leaders Under Avalanche of
Extra Base Drives.
Siebert, rf
Gregg, p .,
MNCH TOP RUN POSITION
Lakaff It Supplanted by Oyer Clem
mens and Hendrix Each Get
"Homen."
THRICE EVE LEAGUE.
W. L.
Daren port 15 7
Decatur 14 9
Peoria 11 9
Dubuque 11 10
Springfield 10 12
Bloomington 9 11
3uiney 9 14
Danville 6 14
Total 5 8 24 11 2
Springfield 01100222 8
Dubuque 0 0005000 0 5
Stolen bases Jolly, Lofton, Dar
rlnger, Slebert (2). Two base hits
Wakefield. Delave, Swanson. Isaacs,
Lofton Three base hit Wakefield.
Home runs Kommers (2). Struck
out By Gregg. 6: by Schroeder, 6.
Bases on balls Off Gregg, 5; off
Schroeder, 2. Time of game 1:50.
Umpire Sullivan.
Bl.t KJ C"KET TRO;.
Bloomington, 111., May 16. Bloom
ington won yesterday's game in the
opening innings, driving Taylor from
the box in the second. Except for the
second inning, when Quincy bunched
three hits, Bluejacket was strong. The
i cu score
.636
.609 1
Quincy.
Kerwin, If
McGee, rf ,
u:!'Golvin, lb ,
Ward, f t .
R. K. PO. A. E.
24
.4.10
.450
.391
.300
0
0
, 0
0
GAMES TODAY.
Davenport at Decatur.
Dubuque at Springfield.
Quincy at Bloomirgton.
Danville at I'eoria.
GAMES TOMORROW.
Davenport at Decttur.
Dubuque at Springfield.
Quincy at Plonmingtoa.
Danville at Peoria.
Decatur 111., May 16. Davenport
won the first of the important series
for the leadership of the Three Eye
league by bundling extra-bass hits in
iKahl. 2b 0
I Turner, 3b 1
j Conger, ss 1
! Billings, c 1
Taylor, p 0
Tretter, p 0
Total 3 7 24 10 0
Bloomington. R. H. PO. A. E.
I Jackson, rf 1 2 1
jMack. cf 1 3 1
j Hartford, ss 1 2 1
Vinson, lb 1 1 7
Lister, 2b 0 1 2
'ohlin. If 0 0 4
I Kelly. 3b 0 1 1
' Erloff. c 0 2 10
I Bluejacket, p 1 1 0
! Total 5 13 27
0
0
Detroit-Washington, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 5
nings.
New York, 2: Pittsburgh, 7.
Brooklyn, 8; St. Louis, C. :
Cincinnati, 11; Boston, 5. -
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION-.
Milwaukee, 2-3; Louisville, 10-2.
Kansas City, 4; Toledo, 3.
Other games postponed, rain,
WESTERN LEAGUK.
Topeka, 0; Sioux City, 4.
Lincoln, 7; St. Joseph, 5.
Wichita, 4; Omaha, 3. . .
Denver, 0; Des Moines, 1.
WISCONSIN-ILLINOIS LEAGUE.
Green Bay, 10; Rockford, 9.
Appleton, 8; Racine, 9.
Oshkosh. 10: Milwaukee. 7.
Wausau-Madison, postponed, rain.
CENTRAL LEAGUE.
Terre Haute. 2: Evansville, L
Springfield. 4; Fort Wayne, 6.
Dayton. 7; Grand Rapids, 9.
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Decatur. 5; Davenport, 7.
Springfield. 8; Dubuque, 5.
Bloomington. 5; Quincy, 3.
Peoria-Danville, rain.
CENTRAL ASSOCLVTION.
Kewanee, 6; Burlington. 2.
Ottumwa. 2; Cedar Rapids, 0.
Muscatine, 2: Waterloo, 9.
Monmouth-Keokuk, rain.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Sacramento. t Venice, 1.
Oakland. 4; San Francisco, 6.
Los Acge!c3, 5; Portland, 0.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
Mobile. 2; Nashville. S.
Montgomery. 4; Birmingham, 1.
New Orleans, 6: Chattanooga, 0.
Memphis, 4; Atlanta, 6.
'place, as the box score with IS local! Magee. If 4 0
! players in it will show..- Four different iCravath, rf 4 0
(10 ln-ihurlers were on the slab. Several ! h"05' xo "
1
SHowtev 0
t r V. nnnnv V. '
p1U.u UHie, --u syecu, runEers . Doolail, SS 3
iook pan in me iray 10 neip gain Uie jj jmier j
veraici. u was a speea man wno
scored on the squeeze play in the
tenth, when Howley an active recruit,
was placed on third to run for Luder
us. The score:
Chicago AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
R. Miller
Dodge, ss
Killifer. c
Alexander,
Rixey, p ..
Clynier, cf 5
; Phelan, 2b 5
j Miller, If 4
j Zimmerman, 3b
; Saier. lb
tSchulte. rf
' Bridwell, ss ...
j Archer, c
Overall, p
0
1
0
1
0
0
3
3
G
Total .35 5 1028 14 4
One out when winning run scored.
Philadelphia AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Faskert, cf 2 1 2 3 0 0
Knabe, 2b 4 1 2 4 2 0
Lobert, 3b 3 0 0 2 0 0
0
tDolan 1
Brennan, p 0
tWalsh 1
fCapron 0
Seaton, p 0
1
3
5
0
3
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
man. Struck out By Overall, Knabe.
Doolan (2), Magee; by Alexander, Sai
er. Schulte, Clynier; by Rixey, Clymer,
Miller: by Brennan, Clynier: by Sea-
DAILY RIDDLES
o
o
0
viaiuittr. uv Diruuaii, v i ui-i , uv wo- Questions
n ! tnn Overall Rasps nn halls Off Ov.
nitron i- a loran Hor i nff T?rp,.J 1- Why is a dressmaker not
0 nan, Y, off Seaton, 2. Double plays ' l hooks?
0 1 Magee to Knabe; Killifer to Poolaa.
0 i Hits Off Alexander, 6 in 5 2-3 in
0j nings; off Rixey, 3 in 1 1-3 innings;
o'off Brennan. 0 in 2 innings. Hit by
0 ' pitcher By Brennan. Schulte. Time
0' 2:17. Umpires Rlgler and Byron.
0
J
'.ikely
Total . ..35 6 13 30 10 0
Batted for Doolan in eighth.
tBatted for Rixey in eighth.
JBatted for Brennan in ninth.
TRan for Walsh in ninth.
Ran for Luderus in tenth.
Chicago 0 01003100
Philadelphia ..200010002
Two base hits Knabe. Faskert,
Zimmerman, Magee, Walsh. Three
base hit Saier. Home run Zimmer-
Team Seta World Shoot Record.
Montgomery, Ala., May 16. The
world's record for squad shooting was
broken Wednesday in the professional
shooting at the Interstate association's
tournament, when a total score of 493
out of a possible 500 was made. The
1 shooters were F. G. Bills. W. R. Cros-
0 5 Kr PrprJ nilhprt J R r.nham. nnrt
W. H. Heier. In the preliminary han
dicap J. K. Warren of Birmingham
beat Ted Alexander of Chicago by two
targets.
16
Why is a black woman like a
doorway?
3. Why do cabmen prefer tall la
dies to short ones? .
4. What did Adam and Evo do
when they were expelled from Eden?
5. When is a man duplica-cd.
Answers.
1. Because she has an eye to each,
of them.
2. Because she is a negress (an.
egress).
3. Because the higher the faro
(fair) the better they like It.
4. They rnised Cain. .
5. When he is beside himself.
Bloomington. 111.. May 16. Catcher
Avery McGlada of Clinton, who has
been a holdout, joined Burlington yesterday.-
r
9 0
th first and fourth inning3, nosing ! Bloomington ...32000000 5
under the wire with a final score of I Quincy 0 3000000 03
7 to 5. There was a big shakeup in Two base hits Lister, Turner,
the Sox batting li.t. Boss OLeary ': Three base hit Hartford. Home runs
meandered out to the right garden. ! Vinson. Billings. Struck out By
Pat Flahartv was sent to the kevstr.ne Bluejacket. 9; by Taylor. 1: by Tret
ter, 2. Bases on balls Off Bluejacket,
1. Double plays Kelly to Vinson;
Lister to Hartford to Vinson. Stolen
base Golvin. Time 1:35. Umpire
Knapp.
Peoria. 111.. May 1C. The Peoria
Danville game was postponed on ac
count of rain.
!?
BASEBALL
sack, replacing Otto Koepping. Clem
ens, Hendrix and Bromwlch did Uie
heavy work with the hickory, although
Pat Flaharty nlno made himself no
ticeable by reason or' a noisy three
bagger. Clemens annexed a home run
and two singles during the matinpp.
Hendrix. the premier twir'er of th
Three Lamp circuit, exploded the old
fallacy relative to pitchers being un
able to connect with the pill, by
hinging a four sacker ard a single. Al
Rroniwlrh grabbed a pair of two bag
gers. juit to keep up the good work.
The Sox started in with a vengeance
rtirht from the Jump, and had four
run over the cash register before
"Bull" Lakaff and teammates could
eay "Boo." The Sox gleaned two
more in the fourth and another in the
eighth. Decatur bpgan to awaken
along in the sixth stan:;i but the par
don came too late. With a two game NATIONAL LEAGUE,
lead, the Sox ran lose the next two W. L.
and still return home tied for Brst I Philadelphia 15
Brooklyn 17
SOX BEAT CHANGE
IN WELCOME TILT
Work of Collins and Berger Re
sponsible for Opening Vic
tory, 3 to 2.
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n
Chicago. May 16. The White Sox i
A-ere inhospitable enough to sadden
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. J
Philadelphia 17 6
Cleveland 13 9
Washington 15 S
Chicago 17 12
Boston 11 16
St. Ix)uia . .'. 12 18
Detroit 9 19
New York 7 IS
i'rank Leroy Chance's return to his K3
native heath yesterday by handing the I
New York Yankees a 3 to 2 beating '
In the oDenine eame of their series of i
N '"Tear here,- but the CallahanB' came
II within a little bit of tossing the vie-1
tory back into Chance's lap at the fin-!
ish.
There was a runner on first with I
two out in the ninth inr.ing when Mc-1
Kechnie ended the battle by slapping'
place. The score;
Decatur.
Scherer, rf
Gorman, ss
Flanugan. If
Blitz. 31.
Blake. 2b
Dirgin, lb
Lynch, rf
OT-rlen. c
LaVaff. p
I'ycr, p
R. H. PO. A.
.1
.1
.1
.1
.0
,.1
. .0
. .0
. .0
. .0
l r.
1 o
2 1
0 4
0 11
1 3
0 5
0 0
0 0
New
York 13
0 ' St. Louis 14
0 Chicago 15
ni Pittsburgh 12
1 I Boston 10
Cincinnati S
AMERICAN
Total 5
I'aven port.
Red. ss
Koepping, 2b . .
O Leary. rf
Flaharty. rf 2b
Bromwlch. "b ,
Clemens. If
Neer. lb
Carrtf an, cf . .
Coleman, c
Hendrix, p ...
II
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. .0
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. .1
. .0
. .1
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. .1
7 15
H PO. A. E.
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1
4
s
1
10
0
ASSOCIATION.
W. L.
Columbus 13 10
Kansas City 16 14
- Louisville 16 14
2 Indianapolis ; 13 12
Milwaukee 13 14
Minneapolis- 14 14
Paul 12 15
Toledo 10 IS
Pet.
.733
.tbi i
.652 fast one straight back at Jim Scott.
.5S6 ! I' that slap had gone through the
.407 ! Peerless Leader himself was going to
.400 ! bat for his pitcher in an effort to pull
.321 ! out a victory.
;S0 1 As nearly as it is possible for one
bail player to be personally respon
sible for winning a game. John Col-
pct. lins was it yesterday. His long sin
.682 ' 6le in the third inning drove in the
.654 I two runs, which mada the difference
.520 ; between triumph and defeat. John
.519 ' also would have driven home the
.517 : third run amassed by the White Sox
.420 if a w il d throw by Eddie Sweeney had i
.417 not beaten him to tha job. The score:
.2D6 ! Chicago
I schaller. !f
Berber. 2b
Pet. i Lord, T.b ...
.600; Fournier. lb
.533 ; Collins, rf . .
.533 Mattick, cf
.5201 Weaver, ss 2
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.444 '
Schalk. c
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WESTERN LEAGUE.
W. L.
Denver
Total 7 10 27 4 1
Decatur 1 0000 1 1 2 05
Davenport 4002000 1 07
Home runs Clemens. Hendrix.
Bllti. Three base hit Flaharty. Two
bane hlta Bromwlch i2. Scherer.
Hilt::. Rases on ball Off Dyer. 1: off
Hendrix. 1. Struck out By Lakaff. 3;
by Dyer. 2 by Hendrix. fi Passed ball
Coleman. Time 1:36; Umpires
Johnson and Cusack.
KOIMP.K It ITT! (i Kill.
Sp'ingfleld. in.. May 16. Springfield
hit Gregg almost at will and the cham
pions raptured the first game of the
series by a score rf 8 to 5. The hit-
17 6
14 8
14 10
Des Moines 11 12
Omaha 11 13
Sioux City 9 12
Topeka 9 14
Wichita 7 17
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CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
W. L.
; Waterloo S
; Monmouth R
J Burlington 7
j Muscatine 7
I Keokuk 6
Kewanee 6
! Ottumwa 5
Cedar Rapids 2
Total
New York
Daniels, rf .
ret Uvolter. cf ..
T39 ! Hartz?!l. 2b
.M5 - Cree, If
583 Chase, !b
4"S ! Sweeney, c
48 j Midkiff. 3b
'91 S McKechsie.
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i Klepfer. p .
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o3SI Batte(j for Schan in seventh.
".gJjNew York 000001 00 12'
'41: 'Chicago 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 !
! Three base hit Chase Struck out j
i ay ficou ocnuiz, uameis, Hart-j
WISCONSIN-ILLINOIS LEAGUE. IzelD: by Klepfer (Fournier). Bases:
V. L. Pet. ion balls Off Schulj. 5; off Klepfer, 1; ;
10 .167
ting of Kommers. who secured
home runs, featured. The score:
Springfield. R. H. PO."
two
i Oshkosh
Lofton, cf
Jolly. If
Koinmer. rf 2
Clayton. 2b 0
Wakefield, lb 2
Green, c 1
r.alrd. 3b . . .' 0
Delave. ss 0
Schroeder, p 0
.1 0
4
2
1
0
10
Total S 11 27 14 3
Dubuque. R. H. TO. A. E.
Jade. If 1 1 2 0 0
Laacs. cf 1 1 1 3 0
Smacson. cf 1 2 3 0 0
F-eatty, lb 0 1 9 0 0
Darrlnger. s 0 0 1 0 1
nourner. c u v o i uj
Erlewlne. 2b 0 1 1 2 1
11
Milwaukee 10
1 Rockford 7
A. E. j Yauau 6
1 0 Madison 5
0 0 Racine 4
0 0 Green Bay 4
2 0 Appleton 3
1 0
3 0 CENTRAL LEAGUE.
I ' W.
1 Fort Wayne 14
1 1 ! Grand Rapids 13
Springfield 12
Dayton 10"
Terre Haute S
Evans vine 7
1 .91". off Scott. 1. Double plays Hartzell
.833 ' to Stumpf to Chase: Klepfer to Chase .
.53Sto McKecnnie. Hits Off Schulz. 4 In'
.462jslx innings: off Klepfer. 1 in two in-
.385 ! nings v 11a pu.cn c.nuiz. Time j
umpires O'Loughlin and Fer-
.333
.305
.250
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1:50.
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RESCLTS TESTER DAT.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago. 3; New York, J
Cleveland, 2: Philadelphia, 0.
St. Louis, 4; Boston, 15. '
Philadelphia. Pa.. May is. Eighteen I
Phillies proved too many for nine i
Pet. i Cubs yesterday afternoon and Evers' ',
.6"t j Trojans were beaten in the first en
.61 ; counter with Red Doom's top-liners by !
.571 a score of 6 to 5. j
.476 ! The Phillies made a great ninth in-1
.54 ; ning rally, getting two runners around ;
.333 ! the circuit and tying the count, then '
pushed the winning run over in the '
tenth In a pretty execution of the !
squeexe play when only one man was '
out. 1
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