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Ifictl Team Goes to First Place
is Newspaper League
With 9 to 5 Victory.
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int frame anJ gradually piling up a
!ad OTer the I'nioa The Argus base
ball segregation netted Its third vic
tor? of the na at the municipal
bad yard yesterday afternoon and
went to the top of the Twin-city News
paper league with a clean record of
Uuw victories and co defeats. The
fnal score was 9 to 5.
Demon baseball was played by every
Bember of The Argus bunch w ith Bur
r leading man. The little third
acker for the victors worked in Ty
cobean fashion both with the stick and
ea the infield. He drew two passes, a
three-sacker and a single out of four
times up and bis base, stealing was
niarvelous. swipeing three pillows In
eluding the finishing sack.
Kahle On The Mound.
B'.Ily Kahle was on the hill for The
Argus. He tossed a nice game. Ten
Cnionltes found naught but apertures
In their clubs before his mighty arm
aad etoly five hit. Means was an able
receiver and directed the victors from
behind the pan.
Carl Ed, who saved last week's
game for The Argus with a timely
tvat, puthed the pill for two bases
yesterday, scoring Podhaskl and later
erasing the pan himself in the third.
Bil'iv Kahle also was there w;ith the
villov, soaking the sphere twice for
tingles, tnd scoring each time.
Mueller, too. Is credited with two
safeties. His swat in the first inning
brought across the first run for The
Argus. Schmacht started at the key
stone sack but Buffum relieved him
after the first inning. Altogether
Kahle was given good support, but
three little muffs crept into the error
column of The Argus.
Gd'her Nine Hits.
Beiberbach was on the mound for
the Union. The Argus gathered nine
swats off of lils deP'ery ut he fanned
ten men. bmith led with the stick for
the lowers. se't'ng two bingles. The
fire Hood & to 3 at the start of the
last frame, l oose plaving by The
Argus, however, gave the Union two
rans In the clcrfng session. Score:
The Argus AB. R. H. P. A
Edwards, rf 4
Burriss, 2b 2
Schmacht. lb 0
Buffnm, lb 2
Mueller. 2b 2
Podhaskl, ss 3
Ed, If 3
Sexton, cf 3
Means, r. 1
Kahle, p 3
CHICAGO FEDS IN
ANOTHER VICTORY
Hendrix Triumphs Over Packard
in 13th Inning: of Game
at Kansas City.
PIRATES LOSE NINTH GAME
Cubs Again Down Sliding Pittsburgh-
ers Sox as Usual Lose, Naps
Winning In 10th Session.
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Union
Marshall, lb .
Smith, is
Schill. c ....
Citable, cf ...
McKinney, If .
Bleberbach, p
Buggee, 2b . . .
Eavadge. rf ..
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Joe Tinker in Chifed uniform.
Chicago, June 4. Major league mag
nates are represented as being rather
worried over recent manifestations of
friendship between Federal league
magnates on the one hand and West
ern league and American Association
magnates on the other.
They are wondering what was the
real significance of an interview a few
days ago between Manager Joe Tinker
of the Chffeds and President Mike
Cantillon and Manager Joe Cantiilon
of the Minneapolis club in the Ameri
can association. The conference last
ed for more than an hour and was ap
parently friendly. When they were
asked what was the significance of the
meeting they begged to be excused
from making any definite answer. The
incident, however, seemed to fit in
well with a report sent around a day or
r that the Federal league had
bee instructed to do no tampering
with players in the American associa
tion.
Shortly after this meeting President
Gilmore of the Feds gave out this sig
nificant statement to reporters:
"Boys, within sixty days there'll be
a revolution In baseball."
Tiiat was about all he had to say,
but he led his hearer to believe that
there would be a lot of wholesale raid
ing of National and American league
clubs within the next two months.
Another report that is disconcerting
"organized baseball" conies from St.
Joseph, Mo. It is to the effect that
Owner Holland of the St. Joseph club
is eager for the Western league to
break away and work w ith the Federal
league instead of with the big teams
of organized ball.
Kansas City, Mo., June 4. Claude
Hendrix triumphed over Eugene Pack
ard after 13 Innings yesterday and the
Chicago Feds won the third straight
game of the eeries with the Packers,
5 to 2. Incidentally the victory waa
the first recorded in favor of the Chi
cagoans In an overtime contest, al
though It was their sixth extra round
battle. Score:
Chicago R,
Flack. If 1
Zeider, 3b 2
Stanley, ss 0
Fritr. 68 ..: 1
Wilson, c 0
Z willing, cf 1
Wlckland, rf 0
Beck, lb 0
Farrell, 2b 0
Hendrix, p 0
McGuire 0
H.
1
2
0
1
3
2
0
2
2
0
1
P.
1
2
3
0
13
3
A.E.
0
11
4
0
0
Total 5 14 39 16 4
Kansas City R. H. P. A. E.
Chadbourne, If 1 0 3 1 0
Gilmore, rf 1 1 1 0 0
Ken worthy, 2b 0 1 5 2 1
Stovall, lb 0 0 15 2 0
Perrlng, 3l 0 0 1 3 0
Kruger, cf 0 0 4 0 0
Daringer. ss 0 2 2 5 0
Enzenroth, c 0 0 6 3 0
Packard, p 0 2 2 6 1
tEasterly 0 0 0 0 0
whip the humble White Sox In the first
game of a long at-home series by the
core or o to z. score
Chicago
Weaver, ss
Collins, rf
Chase, lb .
Bodle, cf .
Schalk. c .
Alcook, 3 b
Cicotte, p
E H. P. A. E.
0 2 3 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 110
0 0 S 0 0
10 7 10
12 4 0 0
0 0 9 1 0
0 0 13 1
0 0 0 2 1
Total 2 4 30 9
Cleveland R. H. P. A.E.
Lelbold. cf 0 1 4 0
Hartford, ss .. 1
Olson, ss 1
Graney, If 0
Jackson, rf 1
Lajole. 2b 0
Johnston, lb 1
Turner, 3b 0
O'Neill, c 0
Carisch, c 0
James, p . . 0
Steen. p 1
xLelivelt 0
tBillings 1
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2
10
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2
3
0
0
0
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Total 6 11 SO 12
xBatted for O'Neill In 10th. tRan
for Lellvelt in 10th.
Score by innings:
Chicago 0 20000000 02
Cleveland 200 00 0 000 4 6
Two-base hits Lajole, Johnston,
Graney. Struck out By Cicotte, Lel
bold, Hartford (2). Jackson. Lajole;
by Steen. Alcock. Cicotte, Blackburne,
Demmltt. Bases on balls Off James,
2. Hits Off James, none In 1 1-3 In
nings. Hit by pitcher By James,
Schalk; by Steen, Demmitt. Time
2:12. Umpires Evans and Egan.
Tonn, 3b . . .
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Tci-.-fc by innings:
Argus 1 22 30 1 9
Union 0020102 5
Summary-Two tase hits. Ed. Three
base hits. Bur.iss. Left cm bases
Argus 5, Union f. St' len bases Bur
riss (3), Podhaskl. Ed, Glmble, McKin
ney. Savadge and Tonn. Double plays
Podhaskl to Burriss. Bases on balls
Off Bleberbach: Burriss (2); Buffum.
Podhaskl and Means; off Kahle Schill,
Boden, Buggee, Savadge and Tonn. Hit
by pitched ball By Bleberbach
Srhmacbt anil .Means. Struck cut
By Bleberbach; Edwards (2). Podhaskl
(2). Ed. Sexton (3), Means and Kahle.
By Kahle Marshall, smth. Schill (2).
McKJnney Tonn, Bleberbach. Buggee
and Savadge. Time of game 1:02.
Mail Shoved Into Cellar.
With "Whltey" Tullsen in the box.
the Moline Dispatch nine Bhowed re
versal of form and trimmed the Mail
nine by the tune of 18 to 6. shoving
them into the cellar position. Besides
fanning 13 men, Tullsen slammed out
two home runs, one of them with two
on tlio bags. The Mail Infield blew up
in the third Inning, the misplays total
ing ten-for the seven frames. Lucas
of the. Dispatch and Allender of the
Mail both secured three baggers. The
score:
Dispatch AB
Julian. 2b 4
Lucas, ss 5
Klefe, 3b 5
Tullsen, p
Swan, If 4
Rahn, lb-c
Anderson, lb-c 3
Seeberg, cf 3
McIIenry. rf 1
Larson, rf
R. IL P.
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2
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1
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2
3
3
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Total 2 6 39 22 .2
Batted for Stanley in eighth. tBst-
ted for Packard ia 13th.
Chicago 100 0000 1 000035
Kansas City ...000002000000 0 2
Two base hits Wilson 2, Packard,
Kenworthy, Zeider, Beck. Struck out
By Hendrix, 10 (Gilmore 2. Kenwor
thy, Kruger, Daringer, Stovall, Per
rlng, Chadbourne. Enzenroth, Pack
ard): by Packard, 5 (Flack 2, Beck.
Wlckland, Hendrix). Double plays
Wilson to Farrell; Stanley to Farrell
to Beck; Packard to Kenworthy to
Stovall. I-eft oa bases Chicago, S.
Kansas City, 6. Time 2:4G. Um
pires Mannassau and Anderson.
Pittsburgh Loses to Cubs.
Pittsburgh, June 4. Pittsburgh's
Pirates still are on the toboggan. They
are In the throes of the worst losing
streak suffered in many seasons. The
team -was beaten yesterday by the
Cubs, 6 to 1, In a game replete with
all the varieties of playing on both
eides. The defeat was the ninth
straight, and it passes the club's pre
vious record for defeats by one game.
In 190 and In 190-1 the Pirates were
beaten in eight games straight. Score:
j Standing of the Leagues.
.N.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
New York 23 13 .639
Cincinnati 26 17 .605
Pittsburgh 24 17 .553
Chicago 21 22 .488
Brooklyn 18 19 .486
Philadelphia 17 20 .489
St. Louis 21 24 .467
Boston 11 26 .297
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Baltimore 22 14 .611
Chicago 21 17 .553
Brooklyn 17 16 .515
Buffalo 17 18 .486
Indianapolis 17 19 .472
St. Louis 19 22 .463
Pittsburgh ...18 20 .474
Kansas City 13 23 .439
Chicag(
Leach, cf . .
Good, rf
Safer, lb ..
Zimmerman,
Scbulte, If .
Sweeney, 2b
Corriden. ss .
Archer, o
Humphries, I
Cheney, p . . .
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12
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2
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6
1
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Total 6 11 27 15
Pittsburgh ' R. H. P. A.
Kelley, cf 1 2
Casey. If 2 1
Leonard, 3b 0 1
McCarthy. 3b 1 1
Wagner, ss 1 2
Konetchy, lb 0
Vicx. 2b
Mitchell, rf
Gibson, o
Kafora. c
Harmon, p
Kantlebner, p 0 0
O'Toole, p 0 0
Mensor . .0 0
tHyatt . 0 0
J. Kelly 0 0
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2 3
0 12
2 2
0 3
0 2
0 l
0 0
0
0
0
0
0
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 25 15 .625
Washington 26 16 .619
Detroit 25 18 .581
St. Louis 21 19 .525
Boston 19 22 .463
New York 17 23 .425
Chicago 18 25 .419
Cleveland 14 27 .321
DAVENPORT TRIMS
HUSTLERS 3 TO 6
Blue Sox Win as Visual on First
of Trip Around Three
Eye Circuit.
DECATUR DOWNS QUINCY
Champa Use Pitcher and Catcher
Outfield on Second Sac
Gam Is Listless.
in
Dubuque, la., June 4. Six passes
and seven hits in the first three in
nings off Flannagan gave Davenport
yesterday's game, 6 to 3. The score:
Davenport R. ft. P. A. E.
Wentz, ss 2
Koepping. 2b 0
Becker, rf 1
Bromwich, 3b 0
Graham, If 0
O'Brien, cf 1
Wilson, lb 0
Simpson, c 2
Lakaff, p 0
4
0
3
2
0
0
1
1 '
0
Quincy 0 3102000 0 6
Batteries Viebahn, Kirmayer
O'Broin; Holland and Fowler.
7 2
and
1600 BLOCK CLUB IS
OUT WITH CHALLENGE
The 1600 Block ball team hurls a
challenge for a game with any semi
professional team in the xr-citles or
vicinity. They are anxious to secure
a game for Sunday, June 7. The 1600
block had a game scheduled with the
Moline Crescents, who got cold feet
and cancelled the contest. Those
wishing games should notify Will
Smith, manager. Call Rock Island
2073, or write to 809 Twenty-fourth
street.
Total 6 11 27
Dubuque R. H. P.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Total 33 18 12 21 0 4
Mail AB. R. H. P. A. E.
McKfnley, ss 4
Kurrle, 2b 4
4
, 4
Winkler, p
Stein, p-c
Henderson,
Rycke. cf ...
Jones, lb ...
Allendar. 3b-If
Johnson, lf-rf
Bynum, 2b . .
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3
2
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2
1
0
0
2
0
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Total
Score by Innings:
Dispatch 10 12 311 18
Mail 0 2 2010 0 6
Summary Two base hits Hend
rickson, McKlnley; three base bits,
Lucas, Allender; home runs, Tullsen
2; double plays, Rahn to Kiefe. Struck
out by Winkler 4; by Tullsen 13. Um
pire Rank.
Total 5 9 27 11 3
Ran for Leonard in fourth, t Bat
ted for Gibson in sixth.
Chicago 0 3 00 3 0000 C
Pittsburgh 5 55 554 1 005
Two base hit Archer. Struck out
By Humphries, 3 (Leonard. Harmon,
Kelly); by Cheney, 1 (OToole) ; by
O'Toole, 2 (Corriden, Cheney). Bases
on balls Off Harmon. 4; off O'Toole,
3; off Cheney, 3; off Kantlebner, 1.
Double plays Cheney to Archer to
Saier; Wagner to Konetchy; Konetchy
(unassisted). Hits Off Harmon. 11
In five innings; off Humphries, 8 in
five and one-third Innings. Passed ball
Archer. Left on bases Chicago, 1 1 ;
Pittsburgh. 9. Time 2:13. Umpires
Qulgley and Eraslle.
Sox Lose Another.
Chicago, III., June 4. Nine rounds
of snappy baseball and then a disas
trous blow-up was what some 3,500
patrons witnessed at Comiskey's park
yesterday. The upheaval came in the
form of four runs and six hits in a
10th inning rally, the same being more
than enough for the tail-end Naps to
W. L. Pet.
Indianapolis 26 20 .565
Milwaukee 22 18 .550
Columbus 24 22 .522
Louisville 24 23 .511
Kansas City 24 24 .500
Minneapolis 20 21 .488
Cleveland 22 24 .478
St. Paul 17 27 .386
THREE-TYE LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet
Davenport 34 7 .829
Peoria T25 16 .610
Decatur , 21 18 .533
Springfield ...20 18 .526
Quincv ."....16 24 .400
Danviile 15 24 .385
Dubuque 14 24 .368
Bloomington 13 27 -325
CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Pet.
Bunington 26 6 .800
Clinton 16 11 .593
Muscatine 14' 14 .500
Cedar Rapids 13 15 .464
Keokuk 14 16 .467
Marshalltown 12 18 .400
Ottumwa 11 17 .393
Waterloo 12 19 .387
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RESULTS YESTERDAY.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago, 2; Cleveland, 6 (tea
ings).
Detroit, 1; St. Louis. 7.
Boston. 1 5; Philadelphia, 107.
New York. 03; Washington. 25.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh. 5; Chicago, 6.
Cincinnati, 2; SL Louis. 6.
Brooklyn. 6: Boston. 3.
Philadelphia, 10; New York. S.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Kansas City. 2; Chicago, 5 (thirteen
innings).
St. Louis, 6; Indianapolis. 9.
Pittsburgh, h-f Buffalo, 3.
Brooklyn, 10; Baltimore, 4.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Cleveland. 12; Louisville, 11.
Minneapolis. 9; Milwaukee, 4.
Columbua, 2: Indianapolis, 1.
St. Paul. 0; Kansas City. 6.
THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
Peoria. 12; Bloomington, 9.
Quincy, 6: Decatur, 10.
Dubuque. 3; Davenport, 6.
Springfield Danville (no game, Dan
ville failed to arrive).
CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Clinton. 3; Burlington. 6.
Cedar Rapids, 6; Keokuk. 0.
Waterloo, 1; Muscatine, 4.
Marshalltown. 13; Ottumwa, S.
Evers, 2b 0 1
French, ss 1 2
Rowan, lb 1 2
Wheeler, rf 0 2
Jude, If 0 1
Isaacs, 3b 1, 1
Swanson, cf 0 0
Hammerachmidt, c . 0 1
Flannagan, p 0 0
Gregg, p 0 1
Total 3 11 27 9 0
Score by Innings:
Davenport 22200000 0 6
Dubuque ...1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two-base hits Bromwich, Wenfz
(2), Wheeler, Isaacs, Gregg, Jude.
Three-Base hit Becker. Sacrifice hits
Koepping (2), Lakac, Wilson, Ham-
merschmidt. Struck out By Lakaff,
5; by Flannagan, 1; by'Gregg, 4. Tlita
Off Flannagan, 7 in 2 1-3 innings.
Bases on balls Off Flannagan, 6; off
Gregg, 1. Hit by pitcher O'Brien,
Rowan. Time 2:00. Umpire Knapp.
Decatur Wins Listless Game.
Quincy, 111., June 4. Decatur out-
hit and outfielded the Quincy champs
and won a listless game, 10 to 6.
Quincy used a pitcher and catcher in
the outfield and an outfielder on sec
ond. Score: R. H. E.
Decatur 3 3100012 010 12 3
BELIEVES M.V. P. B. A.
REGATTA WILL BE STAGED
Charles P. Hanley of Muscatine, ad
miral of the Mississippi Valley Power
Boat association, asserts that the an
nual regatta will be held at Peoria this
year. He says there is no serious in
tention of calling off the meet as a re
sult of the disagreement with Peoria
promoters and the failure of the effort
to find some other place where the
races can be staged. He looks for the
conference between Peoria business
men and officers of the association to
be held at Davenport Sunday to arrive
at a satisfactory understanding.
PROBE DUE FOR
DAVENPORT CLUB
President Boyle of Danville Club
Claims He Has Prom
ise of Action.
SALARY ACCOUNT LARGE
Ritchie Has Rude Dream.
Chicago, 111., June 4. Willie Ritchie
awoke from a pleasant dream yester
day, a dream that run its race on the
sporting pages, and told of the wonder
ful purse the Frisco boxer was going
to get for fighting Freddie Welsh In
London. The pleasant part of the
thing -was that Ritchie had been offer
ed $40,000, three round trip tickets to
London, ?S00 expenses and an all-
around good time. The story exploded
yesterday when Emil Thiry discovered
the promoters were trying to stage the
battle on the American's money.
Two Leagues Blow Up.
Two baseball leagues, having made
the Decoration day season, expired.
One was the California league, -which
had cost its supporters $45,000 In the
last few years, and the Pennsylvania-
West Virginia league, which suc
cumbed to. a crusade against Sunday
baseball and too much name.
Illinois Expects Victory.
Urbana, 111., June 4.-Illini track
men, doped by local enthusiasts to cor
ral 34 points in the conference meet
Saturday and thereby win, took their
last hard work yesterday and will lay
off for the rest of the week. Coach
Gill announced that the squad'will go
to Chicago Friday instead of Saturday
morning as hitherto has been the custom.
Forfeit Game at Springfield In Order
to Compel Attention of Presi
dent Tearney.
t
Danville, 111.. June 4. Upon assur
ances of President Al Tearney of the
Three-Eye league that his protests
against the violations of tha salary
limit by Davenport and Decatur would
no longer go unheeded. President Boyle
of the local club ordered his team to
Springfield, and they left last night to
complete the series there. Tils action
followed the failure of the. local team
to appear at Springfield for a sched
uled game yesterday.
Umpire Brown awarded the game to
Springfield. Boyle says he had assur
ances from "powers that be" that the
matter would be investigated if Tear
ney failed to act. He declined to say
whether he meant the board of arbitra
tion, but admitted having been In tele
graphic communication with Farrell.
Only Way to Get Action.
Boyle regretted his action, but stated
that Tearney paid no attention to his
protests in this or -former years and
that it was the only way to bring him
to time. He claims that Decatur has
admitted being over the salary list,
with such players as Mike Welday,
Bill Viebahn and Pitcher Kaiser, for
merly of Boston, but Decatur Justified
its action by Davenport's example.
Bert Graham, who wanted to get
away rrom Danville, turned down
Qufncy's offer of $250 and signed with
Davenport Boyle says he knows of
other violations and claims Tearney
over the telephone last night said he
was sending all contracts of the Dav
enport and Decatur clubs here for his
inspection. Boyle will not oppose the
forfeiture of yesterday's game at
Springfield and the attendant $100
fine, as it was his order that held the
team 'at Danville.
Columbia Rower Is III.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Ju'ne 4. Hoo-
veil No. 2 in Columbia s freshman
crew, has been taken out of the boat
because of illness, and Lorenz, a sub
stitute, has been put in his place.
Hooven is being treated by a physician
for acute indigestion.
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Durham hand-made cigarettes are a
distinctive form of tobacco enjoy- ;
ment. Their flavor and freshntss arc
delightful. Get "the Makings" u&i
day and "roll your own."
171? 17 17 An El-strated Booklet showing correct
SrX iVr way ta "Roll Your Own" Cigarettes,
and a Book of ci.aretto papers, will both U mailed
to you, frttt on postal request. Address u uU
Puxham, Durham, N. C.
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