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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY.
JUNE 5, 1913. , 8 BLUE SOX AGAIN IN FIRST PLACE Fleck. If 3 1 1 2 jHolke. lb 4 0 2 11 i Calhoun, cf 3 0 0 3 !Smith, rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 ; Walsh. 3b 3 0 0 0 6 0 ! Mormick, 2b 3 0 0 3 4 0 iYo!l. C 3 0 1 2 2 1 ! EWORLD CHAMPS WALLOPED BY SOX FirBt Division Receives Severe Shaking Up Peoria Lead3 Second. V August Herrmann and just made pub lic. "There can be no Intelligent de- jn!al,' reads Mr. Fultz's letter, "of the ! soundness of the principle that solor.g jas the player is held under a signed contract he must receive the salary the contract calls for. The common 0 ' ! practice of forclag men to go to other 0: Cicotte Loosens Ud With but 'teams and allowing these teams arbi- Total 1 24 14 2 j Six Hits While Teammates Batted for Fountain in ninth. j Hammer Victory. Davennort 10000200 3 ! . Alberts, Miller 0 2 0 0 trarily to cut their salaries can have neither legal nor moral justification." DUBUQUE IS GOING DOWN ' rcorla o o o i o o o o o-i;HAL CHASE STILL ABSENT UUBUUUC Id UU1IMU UUWW, Two i,ase hit Holke. Sacrifice hits Hsndrix Show True Fcrm and Icwi Pecria Only Four Swats. THREE EVE LEAGUE. W. 1 Davenport 23 Dubuque 24 Dcotur ' 22 fcr-rircfipld 20 Peoria 20 Danville 17 .Bloomington 17 Quincy 17 j Bromwich. Koepping. Calhoun. Dou 1. 1 bie play Alberta to McCormick to Holke. Eases on balls Off Alberts, Z. Struck out P.y Hendrix. S; by Al berts. 2. Wild pitch Hendrix. Hit by pitcher Flahartj. Time 1:15. i Umpire Sullivan. Pet. .590 .5S5 .5:4 .013 .503 .447 .425 .415 II BASEBALL II Cubs Blank Boston Bsan Eaters Big "Jeff" Overall Comes Back. Boston, Mass., June a. One noisy opener was all those Sox required in which to humble the proud world's champions yesterday afternoon. A FRANKIE GRAB INNETT GISION VISITING BILLS FLOCK TO TRACK Excellent Meet Is Staged Yes terday Afternoon at Expo sition Park. Rock Islander Is Awarded Fight "in 10th Round, After Pretty Exhibition. GOOD DAY FOR H. BANKER MICHAEL MURPHY TAKEN BY DEATH Veteran Penn Trainer Suc cumbs at Philadelphia After Long Illness. SENATORS WIN BY TIMELY SWATS Donnelly's Proteges Meet Ball at Opportune Times Taking Game, 9 to 3. Horses Win Every Event in Which They Were Entered Plenty of Amusement. GAMES TODAY AND TOMORROW. Peoria Davenport. Quincy at Dubuque. Danville at De.:atur. Bloomington at Springfield. AMERICAN LEAG UE, i W. ; Philadelphia 32 I Cleveland 32 I Washington 24" Ch!:aso 25 - ' Boston 19 I Detroit IS 1st. Louis 19 New York 9 I pass to Rath, linked with Cap Lord's pc ; triple and Fournier's clean wallop, put .762 ' tne Dee on Buck O'Brien and another .711 i rall' la the second sent the spitball .553 PPrso:l to cover. Timely clouts in the 543 j ninth while Foster was doing a rescue 4:0 ' role produced still another marker, , rnnnfh tn eivA Knnip riontfp and Vila1 DECISION NOT BY J. H. B. The Tri-City Driving association performed its part notably ;n furnish- rUrULAnitae entertainment for the ;E!ks, with Chicago Lad Is Clever and the Crowd 'Exposition "Pulls" for Him All Along the Rcute. .383 .."SO .220 Francis Sinnett, the Rock Island pug knuckle ball delivery an easy victory, j was handed the decision over "Young" You nev?r ran tell by the si-e of a 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. TV. L. , Phll.idelnhia 24 frog how fur ho U going to jump. -ew y0--A 22' Fpeaiilr.g of jumping it certainly was , Brooklyt. 21 the rantinie in thr Three Lamp cir rait jreffrday. Davenport, by defeat ing Peoria In the :;e ;ond game of the series. Jumped into the initial position while Dubuque Jumped bark a notch Into second pnsisii. Peoria took a hop, Bt-p nnd jump and lauded snugly on the fifth round of the hidler. T!ie Dl'tillcrs now have the undisputed kcaor of being thlead'Td of the fcc oui squad. Like Its predecessor the matinee yeterd..y free from :; j Chicago 22 . Pittsburgh 21 'St. Ixniis 20 Cincinnati 1.17 Boston 14 4 to 1. Score: : Chicago. 'Rath. 2b Pet iLord, 3b .683 Fourr.ier, lb 3 .564 Collins rf 3 .53S I Bodie. If 4 .524 j Mattick, cf 3 .500 ' Weaver, ss 3 .455 Schalk, p 4 .3SC Cicotte, p 3 .37S i AD. R. H. PO. A .31202 . 4 0 12 1 2 2 3 7 0 ternoon. as starter. a good park Thomas visiting racing card at yesterday af Korton acted I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. ColuT.bus 24 Louisville 26 Milwaukee 2S i Kanrns City 27 Total 30 4 10 27 14 2 BoFton. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. 23 00 riteinmt. A fh-i.u-hearud old laIy ft. Paul .. rould liavo watched ti n contest and : Minneapolis been perfectly cafe from stoppage of ; Indianapolis 19 the pumps. Ab:u. the only time the ! Toledo - 15 fans raised their frames from the hard 1 17 20 23 22 25 24 31 Pet. I Hooper, rf 4 5S5 J Yerkes, 2b 4 .565 Speaker, cf 3 .560 'Lewis, If 4 .540! Engle. lb 4 .511 1 Wagner, 6s 3 boards was to see wh.it became of WESTERN LEAGUE. Reed's fly to right la t!.e eighth which w- wan nabbed by Smith, the one mitt ! Denver 20 worder secured recently through a ! St. Joseph 26 trde from the Clinton club In tho Omaha . 23 rreo srhooi league known b-'tter aj Lincoln 22 the I.-.M. YeHerday's ei.trh w;-s r.Mt j D.-a Moines 21 only one i.nde by .-milh that ii-. Sioux City 20 lui'-.lnntcd the pecria benc'i. It williTnpaka 17 be remembered thr.t lie puiit-d off a Couple of similar htunts the day pre vious that forces t!:e fans to believe that he 1 i.c) & out of the win dow all tho time. ItKKO l.lllll). K"ed has been nhov. ip.ic up like new money in his territory ddiing the last few days end the t-r.i'l player pulled Cff a cor.p'e rii..k!e plated stunts yes terday that det-erve comment. The manner in Milch he fathered up Mc C'ormitk's $ .tier in the eighth v.ould put f.ome of tlie big town boy:? to L'llr.UhiR if they could have wllaed.sed llic r;t. The lox put in their order for the vic tory in the first round. Reed, the ; Initial rcsidenter, alter t,?kii;g a slant' rt Alberta' t lstT.-. refused to biie i nd v. e. allowed to meander slowly ii. : the direction of the first xtntion after i I ho said AlbtTt:i had attempte d fuur j times to find the dih. He was pro-J motcd to the keystone bag v. hen 1 Koepping rtraightened one out through third. Koepphiit was impp-d at i-ec-1 ond when Klaharty rolled to Wai.'h I rnd Reed pedaled to third. Reed for- j ed when Bromwih skied to Flack. Clemens ended the scoring by ground ing out, third to first. If. KH MIIMK.M. The visitors knotted tho count in the fourth and tho same remained knotted until the Mith when the Sox aded into tlie fray with vehemence mid registered a brace of runs that was sulP.cient f cir.th the battle. To start the eventful round. Reed, tender cf the short position, was again pre-r-ented with a puss. Koepping's sacri fice sent hi til to beror.d and in the ex rltemcr.t Alberts pasted Klaharty on the left pin with one of his slant?. Reed and Klaharty udvanerd a peg hen Hromwich grounded out, third lo first, and Clemens' double to the enter garden scored the puir. The Distillers forgot their profession dur ing the stir and when Yelle let the rphere through his legs Clemens ram bled to third. He died at the post, however, when Walsh made a rapid disposition of Nfvr's grounder. IIKPR1 I FOIIM. Hendrix was certainly tight all through the contest and the McCor Tn'.ck's cnly nicked bin four times (luring the conflict. Her.drix did not have it on Alberts much as tho latter only allowed the Preueltowners five nafe clouts, one cf whUh fortunately i-atne at the opportune moment. The ncore: Davenport. AD. R. H. PO. A. E. Wichita 12 14 17 20 20 21 22 25 31 .4CS Janvrin, 3b - j Carrigar., c .326 O P.rien, p . I Bedient, p j Hall Tct. ' Fostsr, p . . .674) .605 .535 .524 .500 .476 .405 .279 2 1 4 0 10 4 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. 1 W. L. Pet. lOtiumv.a 20 9 .690 I Burlington . .'. 20 13 .606 lM:iscVir.3 IS 12 .600 Water'oo 17 13 .567 Keokuk 14 15 .4S3 .Monmouth 12 18 .400 I Kewanee 10 21 .323 Cedar Rapids 9 19 .321 Total 32 Batted for Bedient in the seventh. Chicago ... . 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 Two-base hits Schalk, Janvrin. Three-base hit Lord. Struck ouV By Cicotte, 5 (Speaker, Engle, Janvrin, Lewis, Carrigan); by O'Brien, 2 (Bodie, Weaver); by Bedient, 1 (Four nier). Bases on balls Off O'Brien, 2; off Poster, 1. Double plays Wagner j to Engle, Cicotte to Weaver to Four ni:r. 2. Hits Off O'P.rien, 4 in two innings: off Bedient, 4 in five innings; off Poster. 2 in two innings. Balk Cicotte. Left on bases Chicago, 5; Boston, 7. Time 1:55. Umpires McGreevey and Connolly. CENTRAL LEAGUE. W. Grand Rapids 25 Springfield 23 Dayton 20 Kort Wayne 19 Terre Haute 19 Evaitville 14 L. 15 17 19 22 23 24 Pet. .625 .575 .513 .463 .452 .36S Chicago. June 5. Big "Jeff" Over all came back. The California native son Held the Boston Braves to five I swats. The final count showed five ' runs in the Cubs Myers of Chicago last night in a 10 round go staged at the. Family the 1 atre for the benefit of the visiting "Bill6." The decision, although not exactly popular,, was on the whole a just one. Sinnett had the crowd against him all the way for some rough work and questionable tactics 0 j during the figh and for this reason everyone yelled for a draw. jiiiucii. iuci a iui. vi ii leiias last night. Along In the early stages of the match, a Davennorter becanm a 0 j little noisy and pulled considerable 0 1 "kidding" stuff. At the end of the 0 j rounu, Krankie walked over to the 0 loquacious one aud hauling off w ith 0 j his right, planted the ring side fan ! one on thp iaw rnrkinrr hia Iioqm anH inflicting considerable damage. The crowd was "off" the Rock Islander Ifiom that time on. and the act was 0 greeted by prolonged hisses. Sinnett 0 i is natnrnllv n rnnp-h hmun ficrhtr anrt j the way ha wrestled the Chicago boy 6 27 13 0' around thp rim? ilirf nnt cr pvfra wnll j However, you have got to hand it to Krankie. ' The boy can take all the punishment that conies his way and likes it. There was uo chance to get to him. , mvurs ;uic. Myers won a big hand for his exhi bition of gameness. He was hanging on in the fifth and sixth and was ap parently groggy. Then, like a flash he came back in the seventh and eighth, getting an even break. In the last two stanzas, however, Sinnett grabbed things. The first round was Sinnett's by,a shade. Myers came back iu the sec ond and got an even break. The third was Sinnett. In the fourth hon ors were again even. It was in the fifth and sixth that Sinnett inflicted i the mnht riamane. on his onnonent. He used both mits wuh telling effect and had Myers groggy. In the seventh favor to a big 0 Reed, ss 2 Koeppiig. 2b 3 Kk-harty. rf 3 Promwlch. 3b 2 Clem cms. If 3 Neer. lb 2 Carrigan. cf 2 Coleman, c 3 Hendrix. p 3 1 3 1 0 1 9 2 10 0 Total 23 3 . 5 27 13 2 Peoria. AB. R. H. FO. A. E. Fountain, m 3 0 0 2 0 0 IlfI.TS YHSTEHDAV. THREE EYE LEAGUE. Daverport. 4; Quincy, 5. Springfield. 9: P.loomington, 2. Dubuque, 4; Quincy, 5. Decatur, 5; Danville, 2. A M EH I CAN LEAG UE. Boston. 1; Chicago. 4. Philadelphia. 14: Detroit, 6. New York, 5; Cleveland. 9. Washington, 6: St. Louis, 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago. 5; Boston, 0. Pittsburgh, 0; Philadelphia, 4. St. Louis, 6; New York, 4. Cincinnati, 4; Brooklyn, 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. St. Taul. 5: Milwaukee, 13. Minneapolis, S; Kansas City. 6v .Indianapolis. 1; Columbus, 3. Toledo. 1; Louisville, 9. WESTERN LEAGUE. St. Joseph. 1 ; Des Moines, 2 . Lincoln, 5; Wichita. 2. Omaha, 4: Sioux City, 5. Topeka, 2; Denver, 8. FEDERAL LEAGUE. No games scheduled. WISCONSIN ILLINOIS LEAGUE. Green Bay, 4: Milwaukee, 3. Oshkosh. 7; Rockford. 4. Wauau, 1: Racine, 0. Appleton. 2; Madison. 4. CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. Burlington, 9; Kewanee. 6. Keokuk, 3; Monmouth, 2. Ottumwa, 7; Waterloo. 0. Muscatine, 9; Cedar Rapids, 4. CKNTRAL LEAGUE. Erarsville, 1; Grand Rapids, S. Terr Haute, 6; Springfield, 1 1. Dayton, 5-3; Fort Wayne. 4-4. ILLINOIS-MISSOURI LEAGUE. Champaign. 2: Pekin, 9. Streator. S; Kankakee, 5. Canton-Lincoln, no game. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Los Angeles, 3; Sacramento, L Portland. 3; Oakland. 0. San Francisco, 9; Oakland, S. handed the Bostonite The score: and eighth, Mysrs came back in a Chicago. Leach, cf . . Evers. 2b .. Schulte, rf . . Zimmerman, Saier, lb ... Mitchell, If . I Bridw ell, ss . Archer, c .. Overall, p .. AB. R. H. PO. .41 1 2 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 0 2 wonderful nianuer and won a bie hand E-1 H got to Frankie's map with a right i jab repeatedly, but his blows seem 0 ! ed to lack steam, asd did not phase 0 ! Sinnett. Had it not been for the dis 0 i like aroused by Sinnett's tactics, it is '. probable that there would have been 0 ! no "holler" over the decision. Ref- " ; eree Bennett was placed in a ticklish j This was his first appear ance here and he insisted that each heat be given the best possible start, censeqnently the racing was delayed a little. More speed will be shown at the next meet and the people will not be kept at the track sd long. IJAKKll WINS HONOIIS. Herman Banker was the king of ths drivers yesterday. His horses were entered in three races and he suc ceeded in winning each of them. His hardest race was the 2:20 trot against Judge Hooker and Red Clarence. A week ago Red Clarence surprised every one by winning in three straight heats, but he w-as not working good j yesterday, and the best he could get was second place. Lavron Jr. w-as working hi3 best and would have won in straight heats but for a slight bobble : in the first trial, giving that heat to Judge Hooker. Almeda R came over from Daven port and won the 2:35 pace in straight heats, from the great Rock Island pacer, Lady Sherill, who uid not show near the class yesterday that she did a w'eek ago. La Myoleta, owned by E. A. Soule, made her first appearance of the sea son and won a hard fought race In straight heats. She showed no signs of going lame as was predicted by some 'of her admirers. t Tcnso B is one of the best green horses that ever trotted this track. He shou'd have won the race one, two, three, but his driver did not drive for the second heat and the colt was beaten by a nose. FAXC1FI I. noi.vs. One of our sojourning Bills gave a very clever imitation of a slack rope walker on the track and got away v.ith his farce nicely much to the edifica tion cf the crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Ward again entertained the people withhe fancy Kentucky saddle horses and were given a great hand. The summary: 2:35 TROT PURSE. $100, BEST THREE OCT OF FIVE. Tonza B. H. Banker, Rock Island. Driver Banker 13 11 Esther Swift H. Huyvaert, Moline. Driver Mier 2 13 3 Georgia W. S. A. Bcgert, Moline. Driver Bogaert.. 4 2 2 Billy B. Buckner A. Moos man, Moline. Driver Moos man 3 4 4 Philadelphia, Pa.. June 5. Michael C. Murphy, famous as a developer of athletes, died shortly after 3 o'clock I yesterday. Death was due to a com plication of diseases. Never a robust man, "Mike" Murphy had been prac tically dying for the last fifteen years. About eight years ago he was at death's door, but, lie pul'.ed through and later was able to render great service in his chosen calling. Murphy waa born in Natick, Mass., in 1S60, and early in life became prominent as a trainer of athletes. He had charge cf the American teams at three Olympic meets, the last being the victorious team of last year. Many of the best college athletes in America had been developed by Mur phy. To his wonderful knowledge of the conditioning of men was due his selection as the trainer in charge ot the three foreign invasions, all of which turned out successfully. He had charge of the combined teams of the New York Athletic club and the University of Pennsylvania, which represented America in the Olympic games iu Paris in 1900; the American team to the London Olympics in 1908, and the American team to the games in Stockholm in 1912. Murphy also was trainer of the New- York Athletic team which defeated the Lcndonx Athletic club in a dual track meet in 1S05. During his career Murphy was a fol lower of all kinds of athletics. He became physical director at Y'ale in 18S7, and since then had been consid ered the greatest .coach of track men and trainer of men in other branches of sport that America ever has known. Murphy had three years of success at Y'ale and in 1890 accepted the offer cf the Detroit Athletic club to become its trainer, but after three years re turned to Y'ale. Later he came to the University of Pennsylvania. He re mained in Philadelphia four years and then went back to Y'a'.e, but returned here in 1905 and had been at Penn ever since. Before he was 25 years old he be came tho trainer of John L. Sullivan. After one year with the great pugilist Murphy conceived, the idea of finding a man able- to defeat Sullivan. He searched for a year through the wilds cf Canada and the lumber camps of the great northwest, but failed to find the man. QUIN Y MAULS THE DUBS c Ukey Hands Game to Decatur by Pass ing Four Batter in the Third Inning. -.? " Springfield, 111., June 5. The Watch makers found Keupper when hits we're needed to produce runs, and Bloom ington dropped the second straight game to Springfield by 9 to 3. Score: Springfield. Lofton, If Wolfe, rf Kommers, cf Wakefield, lb Clayton, 2b Budwin, c Baird. 3b DeLave, p R. H. TO. 115 1 1 2 0 0 2 A. E. 0 0 Total 9 9 27 7 1 Bloo'niington. R. H. PO. A. E. Jackson, rf 0 0 0 0 0 Mack, cf 0 Hartford, ss 1 Vinson, lb 0 Lister, 2b 0 Ohlin, If 1 Kelley, 3b 0 Erloff. c 1 Keupper. p 0 Syfert, p 0 3 1 10 o 1 0 7 0 0 GIRL OF 15 IS MARRIED Groom Arrested by Irate Father Who Finally Gives Consent. In company with Deputy Sheriff O unen, c Kaiser, p Total 3 5 24 11 4 Springfield 00500220 9 Bloomington 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 03 Stolen bases Hartford Kommers, 2; Clayton. Two-base hits Vinson, Mack, Wolfe, Clayton, Ludwlg, Ohlin. Home run Lofton. Double play Wolfe to Wakefield. Hits Off vKeupper, 6 In five and one-third innings; off Syfert, 3 in two and two-thirds innings. Struck; out By DeLave, 2; by Keupper, 4; by Syfert, 1. Bases on balls Off De Lave, 4; off Keupper, 2; off Syfert, 3. Hit by pitcher By DeLave, (Jack son). Time 1:45. Umpire Cusack. IM.C n l l, 5 HAXVII.LE, X Decatur, 111., June 5. Ukey lost a nine inning game In the third inning, when ho passed four men, three runs crossing tlie pate without a hit. Kais er pitched brilliant ball, but one run, being earned for Danville. Score: Decatur. R. H. PO. A. E. Lynch, 3b 1 1 1 2 0 Gorman, ss 1 0 2 3 1 Flanagan, If 1 Biltz, cf 1 Scherer, rf 0 Blake, 2b 0 Duggan, lb 0 Total Danville. Breltenstein, cf Vogel, 2b Qtiiesser, c .... Time 1:20, 1:15, l:17Vi, 1:16 Total 32 5 11 27 11 Boston. AB. R. H. PO. A, Maranvllle, ss 4 0 1 3 Myers, lb 4 0 1 9 Connelly, If 4 0 0 1 Sweeney, 2b 4 0 0 3 Titus, rf 4 0 1 2 Seymour, cf 3 0 1 1 McDonald, 3b . . 3 0 1 0 Whaling, c 3 0 0 5 Rudolph, p 2 0 0 0 . position, but his opinion was an hon-j2:24 PACE PURSE. S100, jest one and uninfluenced by popular! - THREE OUT OF FIVE. clamor. What more can you ask? I La Myoleta Dr.. E. A. Soule, 0 ! ' ii u t-i.- i.ur.-i East Moline. Driver Rank er Lecna D. Peterson, Moline. Driver Peterson Major Dowel 1, Jr. McCuIlom, Oiat will and Bennstt stopped the go at I Milan. Driver McCuIlom Ojthe end of the second round. Big! Time 1:07-, 1:104, 1:10V uiBog Butler fougnt a Dig DiacK dings , :35 PACE 0 laboring und?r the monicker of Young 0 Peter Jackson of Oklahoma. The Ok- BE3T George H. Brown of Cambridge, III., a 15-ycar-old Mexican girl, Peasida Ser bera, and Pedro Mendez, together with the girl's father, walked into the of fice of County Clerk Harry J. McFar land at Davenport yesterday afternoon and asked for a marriage license. The groom had been placed under i Kaylor, rf arrest at Cambridge after he had j Wallace, If eloped w ith the girl. The father had ! Staley, lb " i halted the ceremony in the ..Illinois ! Whits, 3b " j city and when at last he gave his ! Falk, ss . . ' consent it was discovered that the I Ukey,' p . . ! girl could obtain no license to marry Witte, p . in Illinois on account of her age. The 1 3 0 1 13 6 0 5 4 27 12 3 R. H. PO. A. E. 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 thrkk iMtrci.ms. ! E- j Roes of Joliet went two rounds j 1 i with an unknown who showed about : 1 las much ring knowledge as a teething i infant. Ross hammered his opponent ; 111 2 2 2 four then boarded a train for Daven port and were married there by Justice cf tho Peace W. R. Maincs. 3 3 be: 0 . lahoma coon had a paunch on him Total 31 0 5 24 15 2 Chicago 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-H) Tw-o-base hit Zimmerman. Struck out By Overall. 6 (Devlin, Whaling, 2: Connelly, Titus, Myers); by Ru dolph, 2 (Archer, Overall). Bases on balls Off Overall. 1; off Rudolph, 1. Left on bases Chicago, 5; Boston, 5. Time 1:50. Umpires fgler and Byron. like a Chicago alderman and his knowledge of the fighting game was nix. Butler tapped him on the jaw in the third and the crow dropped to the canvas and took the count to gether with the title "yellow." -Bub" Steamer of Davenport fought Y'oung Pitz, a colored boy also from Davenport. The negro started well but failed to do anything &"Vr the ; first minute. The gong saved the : dinge from a knockout in ths second 'and the fight was stopped. II SPORT GOSSIP Kewanee, 111., June 5. Pitcher Boy rr, last year with the Quincy Three- jEye league team, has been signed by Kewanee. Cambridge, Mass., June 5. Felton held Williams to one hit yesterday, 1 and Harvard scored an easy victor", 5 ' to 1. over the team which vanquished j Yale. The crimson pitcher struck out! cppos!ng batsmen It times. New York. June 5. Some of foe rea sons why baseball players in yie big ! leagues want to change the fij stem j under which they are farmed ut to i minor league clubs at sa'.srii Ies3 Ironton. OlrTo One man was killed; than ticie "oed for in their IriglnaL an) five were overcome b- gas while ; contracts are contained in y letter I sleeping In a tunnel ner Soldier. Ky- i ritt-n Dv Cavid L Fulrz. praident cf , on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad. tie Baseball Players' Fraternity, to ' The June Bride's Store All past satisfactory experi ence in Gift Buying combines to make this store noted. All presents are appreciated by the bride, but none so much as those that bear the stamp of coming from Bleaor's Jewelry. We have made special prep arations . for the greatest Jun.e wedding season of any that has gone before. Lock now, make your selec tions have them put aside, if you like but look anyhow. NEW CUT GLASS NEW SILVERWARE NEW JEWELRY FRED BLEUER .JEWELER 1702 Second Avenue, PURSE. S100, THREE OUT OF FIVE Almeda R. J. O. Russell, Davenport. Driver Russell Del!a D. J. Yandamme, Mo line. Driver Britten' Pearl K. Dressen, Rock Is land. Driver Drefcsen.. . .-. Lady Sherill J. Cox, Milaa. Driver Mier Time l:l4'i. 1:12, 1:V4. 2:20 TROT PURSE. $100. , BEST THREE OUT OF FIVE. Lavrcn. Jr. H. Banker, Rock Island. Driver 3anker .. 3 Red Clarence Moossman, Mo line. Driver Mocsman .... 2 Judge Hooker McCuIlom, -Milan. Driver McCuIlom.. 1 Time 1:124, 1:124, l:ll'i. Ill 3 2 3 4 3 4 111 San Francisco Mayor Rclph drove the last horse car in San Francisco cn its last trip from the Ferry building I to tne Ecrap neap, lie took tne reius 3 ! from J. H. Lee, who for 26 years had ! driven the same car. Lee will become !a motorman. By agreement the l.'nit- ! cd Railroads' line and the municipal j line both gain access to the Ferrj I hirlriins. Total Decatur Danville Three-base 2 6 24 13 2 ...103 0 0001 5 ...2 0000000 02 hit Staley. Two-Lso EVERY STREET ISLAND IN ROCK 2 2 i Has Its Share of the Proof That KicS ney Sufferers Seek. Backache? Kidneys weak? Distressed wiih urinary ills? Want a reliable kidney remedy? Den t have to look far. U&c what 'Rock Island people recommend. Every ! 2 3 Rheumatism Relieved in a Few Hours. N. B. Langley. Madison, Wis., says: "I was almost helpless with rheuma tism for about five mon.hs. Had it in t my neck so I could not turn my head street in Rock Island has it cases. Here's one Rock Ibiand man's ex perience. Let E. Vandeburgh of 42'). Eighth street tell It. He says: "I am g'ad to continue recommending Loan's Kidney Pills as 1 have since 1909. I believe they are i ;he best of kidney medicines, Fori some time I was a sufferer from pain hits Bill-:. Scherer. Stolen bases Vogel, Wallace. Bases on balls Off Ukey. 4; off Witte, 4; of Kaiser, 1. Double play Broiter.utcin to Quies ser to White. Struck out By Kaiser, 5; by Witts, 1. Time 1:35. Umpire Johnaon. 1)1 US illl'I'lV.l). Dubuque, Iowa, June 5. It was a batfest yesterday between Dubuque and Quincy and Quincy won, 5 to 4. DubiKiue had 13 hits to Quincy'a 11, bat could not win. Score: Dubuf.ue. .hide, If Isaacs, 2b . . Swanson, cf Beatty, lb .. 0 0 1 1 ...... 1 2 Darririicer, ss " 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 2 R. H. PO. A. E. 1110 0 2 Boucher, c . . Siobtrt, rf . . Erlev.cin, 2b. Miller, p ... TotaJ ..... - Qsilncy. Coliini, if 7. Kerwin, rf Golvin, lb . . 16 2 5 1 0 0 4 13 27 16 0 14. H. PO. A. E. Kahl, Ward, 2b cf 0 2 : 4 0 10 3 0 t lay uixa so i iuuiu uoi rum my neaa, ! , rilliTc r and all through my body. I tried in m' Bide anfi 1 had trouble I ' three doctors and many remedies ! straightening after stooping. . The ac-1 'J:'K-'t three doctors and many remedies without any relief whatever until I i procured Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. In a few hours . the pain was relieved and in three days the rheumatism was completely cured and I was at work." Sold by Otto I Grotjan, 1501 Second aTen.ie, Rock (Island; Gust Schlegel &. Son, 220 jWest Second street. Davenport i (Adv.) a;i the news ail the tUna To& Argus.- tion of my kidneys was Irregular and I blamed them for all my trouble. See ing Dean's Kidney PI-'ls advertised, 1 got a supply at the Harper House Pharmacy. They helped me at once and before long restored my kianeys to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 59 cents. FoEter-MU'jurn Co Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doha's and take ho other. (Advertisement.) Tumor, 3b VakoUl, p ; 5 11 27 10 0 .0 0110002 0 -4 .10201100 05 Total .... Dubuquo .. Quincy .... Stfilen tase-B Golvin, 2; Kahl, Vys kocll, Billings, Beatty. Two-base hits Erlewein, Siebert, Boucher. Three base hit Turner. Struck out By Mil ler. 4; by VyskociL 3. Bases on balls Off Miller, 2. Time 1:35. Umpire Knapn.