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THE ROCK 1SJLAA"I5 AKCxUS. WEDXESDAYi JULY 1, 1914.
NEWS OF
PORTING WOI
THE
ITLD
r
WALSH IS GIVEN
GREAT OVATION
Former White Sox Star Twirls
Two Innings and Displays
Old Time Form.
CAN BIG MOOSE COME BACK
Cub Take Another From Slipping
Red Legs Humphries in Form
Chifeds Beat Pana.
. Detroit. Mich., July 1. Although the
old Tiger Jinx asserted ltsell yesterday
and the Jungaleers defeated the Whita
Pox by the wide open score of 6 to 1
la the second game of the serifs, there
was eome Joy In the Callahan camp
last night, for big Ed Walsh achieved
something closely akin to a large per
sonal triumph, besides demonstrating
that he Is not through, but about ready
to be heard from.
No battle scarred hero ever re
ceived a greater welcome from his
own home folks than Walsh was given
by the hostile fans of this town when
he broke back into the game. Before
the megaphone man had a chance to
announce the advent of the Big Moose
the rooters had spotted his familiar
form striding In from the warming
pan. and began cheering.
More than half the spectators Jump
ed to their feet during the spontaneous
welcome to an illustrious enemy and '
Rome stood ji the backs of their seats
the better to make themselves heard.
They cheered him as he pitched a few
preliminary balls to get the range, and
when he fhot the first one across ta
Sam Crawford for a strike, there was
a yelp of Joy as if it were a stockyards
crowd rooting for Big Ed. As he
retired the side in order In the seventh
the fans cheered Walsh again and in
ppite of an awful eighth they were
with him. and Jeered his erring team
mates, who were responsible for the
runs made off him in the eighth.
Score:
Chicago
Weaver, ss
Biackburne.
R. H. P. A. E.
.01151
.0 0 3 2 1
.1 2 3 0 0
.0 0 2 0 0
.0 1 10 0 3
.01200
.01300
.0 0 0 2 0
.0 0 0 2 0
.0 0 0 0 0
.o a o o o
.0 0 0 1 0
.0 0 0 0 0
Collins, rf
Fourtnier. lb
Bodie, cf .
Schalk, c
Russell, p
Walsh, p .
Berger, 3b
Mayer . . .
Total 1 6 24 12
"Batted for Breton In seventh.
Detroit
Bush, ss
Vitt, 3b
Heiimaa, cf
Crawford, rf . .
Veach. If
Kavanaugh. 2b
Burns, lb ....
Baker, c
Dubuc, p
Totals
Score by Innings:
Chicago 000001000 I
Detroit 00003203
Two ?a hits Bodie, Vitt. Three
base hit Baker. Struck out By Du
buc. 3; by Russell, 1; by Walsh, 1.
Bases on balls Oft Dubuc, 1; off Rus
seU. 3; off Scott. 1. Double play Vltt
Burns. Hits Off Russell, 5 fa 4 2-3
Innings; off Scott. 2 In 1 1-3 Innings.
Wild pitch Walsh. Time l:o4. Um
pires Dinneen and Connolly.
Cubs Take Another.
Chicago, 111.. July 1. Bert Humph
ries handed the once dangerous Red
Legs just four little singles yesterday,
and the Cubs tightened their grip on
second place by annexing a o to 1
victory. It was the third straight win
for the O'Days In their latest dash and
their ninth success In the last ten
starts. Score:
Chicago R. H. P.
Leach, cf 0 3 5
A. E.
0 0
Good, rf 0
Saier. lb 1
Zimmerman, 3b 1
Schulte, If 0
Sweeney, 2b 1
Corriden, ss 2
Brshnahan, c 0
Humphries, p 0
1
11
3
3
2
0
2
0
0
0
4
0
2
4
0
3
Totals 5 11 27 13 0
Cincinnati R. II. P. A. E.
Moran, rf 0 0 0 .0 1
Berghammer, rs 0 0 3 2 0
SPEND YOUR VACATION
ESC AN ABA
-"Br the SgilliMK.
BlM, JBIae Mar."
Lonrfellow sung- if pralaea.
A
thriving-. Jndustrimj citr.
wahei
on three side br ttia waters of
Oreen bay. CooHnr breexea al
ways In the jnldet of number
less charm of boy, lake, rlvr.
cittfm. wooded hllia and pictur
esque Icg-lDsr towns.
Be Cocl and Haoov.
Escape bay fever; boulevard
parks, outdoor concerts, tennis,
roif basebalL bathhouse and
I be
I ba
I '
beach unsurpassed; trout streams.
liir nslilncr. boaxmtr. c'i
trailer ridea. aufmaolllnf
of aiwitim roads Mod pat
'odrii l"-.s, f-
HERE ARE IIUSKY
Harvard Henley crew. Left to
Here is the Harvard Henley crew which reached England a few days
July. The crew Is now in daily practice.
' r
Groh, 2b 0
Clark, c o
Rawlins. 3b l
Hoblitzel, lb 0
La Boss, If o
Miller 0
Uhler, If 0
Ixhr, cf 0
Bates, cf 0
Ames, p 0
xMcLaughlin 0
0 3 5 2
2 31 0
10 3 1
1 11 1 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 10 1
0 14 0
0 0 0 0
To!l 1 4 24 16 5
Batted for La Ross in seventh.
xBatted for Uhler in ninth.
Score by innings:
Chicago 00001013 5
Cincinnati 00000010 0 2
Two base hit Zimmerman. Home
run Saier. Struck out By Ames, 3
(Good, Zimmerman. Corriden); by
Humphries. 1 (Berghammer). Double
plays Zimmerman - Sweeney-Saler;
Groh-Hoblitael. Time, 2:24. Umpires
Quigley and Easton.
Chiefeds Win Exhibition.
Pana, III., July 1. The inhabitants
of Pana and surrounding farms had a
jubilee yesterday. All who didn't
have to work in the coal mines or
plow corn were in town to see the
Chifeds and Pana Maroons' contest.
The Cnifeds, minus several regulars.
romped away with a free hitting com
bat by a count of 11 to 7.
NO ONE IN SIGHT
WHO CAN LICK HIM
i
Jack Jchnsoa.
Fight fans may not like the Idea,
but fairness compels the admission
that Jack Johnson Is still without a
peer In the pugilistic world today. His
performance In Paris Saturday proves
him to be a wonderful athlete and a
etiil more wonderful boxer. No mat
ter how bad his morals may De, the
public must pass him the palm of
credit for being the greatest heavy
weight champion that ever held the
honor.
While Moran may cot have been the
best fitted challenger to combat the
negro, he et least is more Bcientific
than tho rest of the big whites.
Carpentler is probably the most ar
tistic member of the heavyweight
clam, but he la too small. Gunboat
Sn-iith, the best pummeller of light
complexion in the business. Is not
roted for expert movements of eye.
hand and foot. Moran, then, gets the
medal for shiftiness and knowledge of
boxing.
But Moran with ail his cl
tch for the negro. Jo
him with
ist as easily.
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HARVARD BOYS WHO'LL i
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riSht : Kreyer (coxswain). ChanJer (stroke) Curtis, Morgan, W. Midderdorf. H.
MIDOLETON WINS
A PITCHING DUEL
Errors and Three-Sacker in the
Eighth Round Give Blue
Sox Two Runs.
CHAMPS TRIM DANVILLE
Watchmakers Lose One-Sided Scrap to
Decatur Distillers Hit Win
ning Stride.
Dubuque, July 1. Two errors, Wil
son's triple and a sacrifice fly In the
seventh gave Davenport two runs and
the game yesterday. It was a pitcher's
battle between La mi in e and Middleton
up to that time. Score:
Davenport R.
Simpson, c. 0
Koepping, ss 0
Becker, r.f 0
Bromwich, 3b 0
Graham, If. 0
O'Brien, cf. 1
Wilson, lb 1
Barnes. 2b 0
Middleton, p 0
H.
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
A. E.
0 0
Totals 2 5 27
Dubuque R. H. P.
Evers, 2b. 0 0 3
French, ss. 0
Rowan, lb 0
Wheeler, rf. 0
Isaacs, 3b 0
12
0
1
2
0
7
0
Swanson, cf. ...
Jackson, If. . . . .
Hackenschmidt,
Lamline, p
c. . .
Totals 0 5 27 IS 2
Davenport 00000002 0 2
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen base Wheeler. Two base
hits Jackson, 2. Three base hit
Wilson. Struck out By Middleton, 6
by Lamline, 7. Bases on balls Off
Middleton, 2; off Lamline, 1. Time
1:25. Umpire Eddinger.
Quincy Beats Danville.
Quincy, 111., July 1. Three' consecu
tive singles in the ninth won for the
champs over Danville, 4 to 3. Score:
Danville 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Quincy 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4
Batteries: Holland and Ketter;
Cummings and Smith.
Decatur Swamps Springfield.
Springfield, 111.. July 1. The Watch
makers could do nothing with the of
ferings of Kirmayer, and lost, 12 to 1.
The score:
Springfl'd 00000000 1 1 5 4
Decatur ..3 4200300 0 12 13 0
Batteries: Wilhelm, Miller, Eller-
man and Jacobs; Kirmayer and
O'Brien.
Peoria Wins Again.
Peoria, III., July 1. Timmersman
toyed with the Bloomers yesterday and
Peoria won an easy contest, 7 to 0.
H. Darringer's two singles were both
timely. Score:
Bloomlngton 00000000 0 0 4 5
Peoria 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 7 6 0
Batteries: Pemberton and Scheid;
Timmersman and Yelle.
6-
i Standing: of the Leagues.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE.
w.
New York 37
Chicago 35
Cincinnati 33
St. Louis 34
Pittsburgh ; 30
Philadelphia 23
Brooklyn 27
Boston 26
L.
23
31
32
34
31
31
33
35
Pet.
.617
.530
.503
.500
.492
.475
.450
.426
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia S9 26 .600
Detroit 39 31 .559
Washington 35 SO .533
St. Louis 37 32 .536
Boston 35 32 .522
Chicago 34 33 .507
Cleveland 24 42 .364
New York 22 ' 39 .361
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
W. L.
pet.
Indianapolis -36
Chicago 36
Dualo 31
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ago, and will take part in the Henley
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Milwaukee 38 31 .551
Kansas City 40 35 .533
Cleveland 37 34 .521
Minneapolis 36 35 .507
Indianapolis 37 37 .500
Columbus 32 39 .451
St. Paul 25 46 .352
THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Davenport 4S 19 .716
Peoria 38 29 .567
Springfield 34 28 .548
Decatur 35 31 .530
Dubuque 30 35 .462
Quincy 29 37 .439
Danville 24 41 .369
Bloomington :..24 42 .364
CENTRAL ASSOCIATIOX.
W. L. Pet.
Burlington .....38 20 .655
Muscatine ...29 23 .558
Waterloo 30 26 .536
Keokuk 27 29 . .482
Cedar Rapids 25 27 .481
Clinton 24 27 .471
Marshalltown 23 30 .434
Ottumwa 20 34 .370
RESULTS YESTERDAY.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit, 8; Chicago, 1. 1
Cleveland, 8-0; St. Louis, 3-5.
Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 5.
Washington, 2; New York. 1 (11
Innings).
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Chicago, 5; Cincinnati, 1.
St. Louis, 1; Pittsburgh, 0.
Boston ,4-4; Philadelphia, 5-2
(sec-
ond 8 innings, darkness).
New York, 3; Brooklyn, 1.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
No games scheduled.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 9; Cleveland, 3.
Milwaukee, 9; Minneapolis, 2.
Louisville. 6; Columbus, 3.
Kansas City-St. Louis, rain.
THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
Peoria, 7; Bloomington, 0.
Quincy, 4; Danville, 3.
Dubuque. 0; Davenport, 2.
Springfield, 1; Decatur, 12.
CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Waterloo, 4; Ottumwa, 2.
Marshalltown. 3; Muscatine, 4.
Clinton. 2; Burlington, 6.
Cedar Rapids, 2; Keokuk, 7.
URGE MARSANS TO RETURN
TO ORGANIZED BASEBALL
St. Louis, Mo., July 1. 4A Setter
from Garry Herrmann, president of
the National Baseball commission, urg
ing Armando Marsans to return to
the Cincinnati Nationals, was receiv
ed at the headquarters of the St.
Louis Federal league club. Marsans
deserted organized baseball several
weeks ago, but after , a few days was
prevented from playing with the local
team by court injunctions. Federal
league officials expressed the belief
that the latter was written to estab
lish a legal point, but declared also It
showed a willingness to take Marsans
back without penalty, despite his
la discussing the alvisability of
transgression of baseball rules.
Brirton Knocks Out Egan.
Boston, Mass., July 1. Matty Bald
win of Boston refused to fight Jack
Britton last night because the crack
Chicago lightweight was four and one
half pounds over the 135-pound lim
it. Joe Egan, one of the best local
featherweights, was substituted and
Britton simply toyed with him, knock
ing him out in the fourth round, Egan
didn't lay a glove on Britton.
Oh! My Feof
Illy Feet Hurt
They Ache and Bnxn and Fain He So
I Can't Stand IL
Get TONGO-Instant Belief.
For t Irod achln.
burn.'riir, swollen
fft Iht-re's notb-
ln like TOS.
Ym may think
you've trl-'d thrm
all, but If your
f.--t hurt J on
haven't uned
To.VGO. For the
pollo-mnn. the
bartr, the tired
shop fflrl. the
wouian wltn tb
tlizljL fthoeA. th
iiiun m-ltb the
bunions all con find Instant
il. f In TON'GO. the ervateet of
re-
il!
r r-Trt remedies. It aootr.es
nd allays
uon't
.nt ftr a tnintttA because you have
powder and omiinenie anu
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at r-nn. thai an nup p
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REGATTA
' ' v' IV .V V t
Midderdorf. Meyer. Talcott and Capt.
regatta for International honors in
WORLD BEATERS
AT KORSE SHOW
Exhibition by Ward Family July
4 at Exposition Park a
Real Treat. i
The horse show at Exposition park
on July 4' to be furnished by Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ward and family of this city
will be a horse show worth traveling
miles to see. Most of the horses they
will show have won prizes in the larg
est horse shows in the United States.
Mr. Ward has been Interested in
horses since a young man. His first
experience was on a ranch in the far
west. Later he joined Buffalo Bill's
circus, where he became interested in
saddle horses. After acquiring what
saddle horse education he could in the
circus he became affiliated with sad
dle horse academies in Chicago and
New York and then decided to learn
the English ways, so he went to a
fashionable riding academy in Lon
don, where he remained for several
years. After his return to this coun
try he opened an academy in Denver
and there began to train horses for
the show ring. He has been in this
business ever sfnee and is one of the
prominent saddle horse men in the
world who has made a real success of
that business. He has no superior in
the game.
The firsj' event furnished by the
Wards will be a 300-yard dash of real
Indian ponies. These ponies have
all been trained to run separately and
no one knows which one is the best.
They will be ridden by boys under 12
years of -age who will ride for blood.
Mr. Ward characterizes this as "one
honest hoss race." One of the ponies
entered here. Silver Dick, was pur
chased by Mr. Ward at Utes Springs,
Utah, and led across the country to
Ship Rock, N. M. He comes from a
line of polo ponies, two full brothers of
his being considered the greatest polo
ponies in the world. This pony gives
great promise.
Event No. 2 will be Patrick, famous
winner at the International and Den
ver shows, ridden by Mrs. Ward in all
the stunts that are required of a horse
at the big shows. Competent judges
declare Patrick the best gaited horse
in America.
Event No. 3 will be gaited horses
ridden by the Ward family. Mrs.
Ward will show a four-year-old colt
by Forrest King with which they ex
pect to win a world s championship.
Master Buck Ward will show Buttons
in all five gaits. Buck, not yet 9
years old, is the youngest saddle horse
exhibitor in the world, but has expert
training and can make any of them
saddle for him.
Event No. 4 will be for hunters
Walter D., a prize winner at Denver
over the world's champion walk-trot
horse, will be shown in a hurdle race
by .Master Lee Ward.
-BOMBARDIER WELLS
IN COMEBACK FEAT
London, July 1. Bombardier Wells,
the English pugilist, knocked out Coin
Bell, an Australian boxer, in the sec
ond round at the Olympia last night
The contest was for the heavyweight
championship of the British empire.
Wells by his' victory won $10,000
and regained some of his lost prestige,
for while it was recognized that 60
far as science was concerned he was
in a position to meet any heavyweight,
his frequent defeats led to the opin
ion that he lacked the stamina, back
bone and nerve, necessary to make
him a .first class fighter.. The form
he displayed against the rugged Aus
tralian champion has again caused
him to be numbered amang the "white
hopes."
V0GEL0UT OF THE GAME
FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS
Otto Vogel, the former Islander sec
ond baseman and recently purchased
by Davenport, will not be of much aid
in saving the pennant for the blue
hose. It seems. Monday he collided
with Pitcher McManus of the Spring
field club and yesterday it was found
that he had suffered a fracture of the
large bone In his left ankle. He will
be out of the game probably for two
t Vin I niuikffiil
Mb Cincinnati
I " . . JL
about to grab five Red players and
25 from other clubs. He said that he
did not believe any such thing wou'd
he.ppen. He said that all of the more
valuable members of the team ha
signed contracts which will prevent
them from playing with any othei
club, and that he does not believe they
will attempt to Jump.
NIEHOFF JUMPS
FROM RED LEGS
Chicago, 111., July 1. Bert Nlehoff,
third baseman for tho Cincinnati Reds,
did not play with Herzog's team
against the Cubs yesterday. He prac
ticed with his teammates at his old
position in the preliminary warm-up,
but just before time for the game to
begin went to the clubhouse and ap
peared a few minutes later in his
street clothes. He watched the game
from a box. Next to him sat Joe Tin
ker, manager of the Chifeds.
Whether or not Niehoff now Is a
member of the Federal league was
the subject of much discussion in the
Red camp last night. His sudden de
parture came as a surprise and, cou
pled with the fact that he 6pent the
afternoon in company with .the Chife
leader, made it look as if he had de
cided to follow the footsteps of Mar
sans and Davenport and forsake his
present mates. Other players are go
ing to follow, according to reports
circulated last night.
U.S. COURT OF APPEALS
REFUSES FED INJUNCTION
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1. The Unit
ed States circuit court of appeals yes
terday affirmed the decision of United
States District Judge Sessions in the
case of Catcher William H. Killifer,
Jr. Judge Sessions had refused to
grant an injunction asked for by the
Chicago Federal league club restrain
ing Killifer from playing with the
Philadelphia National league club and
the case had been appealed. The
opinion of the appellate court was
rendered by Judges Warrington, Denj
Ison and Tuttle.
Boston, Mass., July 1. William H.
Killifer, catcher of the Philadelphia
Nationals, was highly elated when In
formed last night that the United
States circuit court of appeals at Cin
cinnati had affirmed the decision of
the lower court in denying an injunc
tion to the Chicago Federal league
club to restrain him from playing with
the Philadelphia team. "This ia cer
tainly a great victory for us," he said.
WILLIAMS BEATS HERMAN
IN NEW ORLEANS BOUT
New Orleans, La., July 1. Johnnie
Williams, the new bantamweight
champion, successfully defended his
title last night against Kid Herman
in his first battle since he won the
championship from Johnnie Coulon
several weeks ago. Williams had lit
tle difficulty in winning the popular
decision here although Herman gave
him a hard fight from start to finish.
The local lad had the best of it in the
early fighting but tired later and was
given a sound lacing in the later
rounds.
Motorcyclists Come for Race.
Dodge City, Kan., July 1. Numbers
of motorcycle riders are arriving to
compete in the international 300 niil
race on the two .mile speedway here
July 4. Thirty-five riders have en
tered. Among those who arrived are
Eon Johns, Bakersfield, Cal.; Carl
Goudy, Chicago; Joseph Kalters, Chi
cago; Charles Wanberg, Chicago;
rrank Oilerman, Milwaukee; Paul
Garst, Kansas City; Paul Gottoff, Pe
oria, 111., and A. V. Stratton, Colo
rado Springs, Col.
Who Owns Infielder French?
Dubuque, Iowa, July 1. Controversy
nas arisen over the ownership of In-
neiaer Joe French of the Dubuque
Three Eye league team. He came to
Dubuque from the Topeka Western
league club and was recalled by that
club. Manager Plass of Dubuqu
claims he purchased French outright
for $300. The evidence has been for
warded to Secretary Farrell of the
National association for his ruling,
and in the meantime French Is play
ing short for Dubuque.
AUTO
July 4
Davenport
DAVENPOUT GRAND PRIX, $700. K
Indorsed by Davenpo rt Auto Association withjleven
other events. . 1
Two Silver Loving Cups, donated by Daapor
Auto Club and Davenport Mile Track Association.;
Fealures.
Walker,
Dawson's No.
mile race. I
Budd,
Mercer.
n, in record
famous
oe
ANOTHER MATCH v:
FOR LOCAL FAflS
Boxing Club Negotiates it3
Whitney and Trindell fflT -Exhibition.
'
BOTH ARE CLASSY (PUGS
Henderson Barred By Club ind' Em
pire Management Becausj of
Recent Poor Showing "
i
Had Earl Henderson stuckthe limit
In his recent exhibition bon at the
Empire theatre against Frankie Whit
ney of Cedar Rapids, the management
had planned to pit the winner against
Harry Trindell. a classy lightweight
scrapper, well known locally, the ex
hibition to have been staged at the
K!,m ninre and over the 10-round
route. Because of Henderson's show- f
ing, it was thought for a time that it 1 f
would not be advisable to take up the ....
game here very soon again, but it w
seems probable that Whitney md
Trindell will (get together in the near
future for a 10-round exhibition at.the
Empire under the auspices of the Reck
Island Athletio club. 4
In discussing the advisability 1
matching these two men, the manage
ment of the club stated yesterday that
if arrangements can be made th exhi
bition will be held within three weeks.
That the local pug's showing in his t
recent bout with Whitney was ta no
way idetrimental to the fooxing game
in the tri-citles, as was at first feared.
is shown in the. fact tnat tne proiuoiera
have received numerous requests from
local fans to stage another exhibition
match between two good men, surPort
for euch a proposition being assured
f riTVi nil niAa
The love of local fistic fans for the
pugilistic sport was certainly shown
at the recent exhibition between Hew I
derson and Whitney, for a larg crow
Fans Want AnotherJ
fTaking these matters into carefd
consideration, the promoters havi
reached the conclusion thai anothei
exhibition would prove acceptable
the local fans, end therefore negotia
it 1 1 ' . i i . 1
nuti a w in, auuu 'o in progreva uctwr:
Trindell and Whitney In an effort n
match the two men. I
Whitney has met PackejMcFarlarf
and succeeded In holding him to
draw at St. Louis, white Trindell hef
Joe Mandot to a draw.
It is reported that Henderson
seeking a return engagement wi
Whitney in order to gain Srk hi Id
laurels.
BREDAR ENTERED IN RAE
AT MILE TRACK THIS WEEKl
Lorenz J. Brsdar of Rock Island ha4
entered his Pope motorcycle nt thel
races at the D.avenport mile trackl
next Saturday anAkSunday. Bredar is
an experienced driveriisyi nlB Wends .j.
are looking to him to mugj1 Jr
I""" uuuir aix uie comes it, .
Peterson, the Davenport speed dtT i
will not be able to appear on
track the opening day, havfngj -
called to Sioux City to substiti
one of the professional entrle'6,;
there on the Fourth. However, hs9 I
promised to be back fn DaSP01"
Sunday to give an exhibition! the
track in a Mercer racer. W. iHonv
promoter of the mile track evJi has
severnl Kneed kin?s on hiti Mlnd ha
pav.q Iia la rnnfirlpnt the myslil 9
the classiest yet Staged
cities. -
An Apology.
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