Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on May 15, 1911 · Page 4
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Monday, May 15, 191L THE DEOAlUK" DAILY 1IERALD. 1 " rlr i i "GHABTi-FIMALLY" . ;;;GiVE CLUBS Three-I .League Chart Sent Out ... " From Decatur Beaches All Cities Today. MILEAGE IS NOT MORE Few Miles Difference Over Last . . . Year Conflicting Dates Are Avoided. "The Three-I league schedule this year, pro'ides for. 140 games, to be -played' in 131 days. There are only two ortTdajs. necessitating each team play-- ing eleven-double-headers. The sched-" ule is drawn" up with the idea of ayoid-' iiig aii conflicts in dates at Davenport ; and Rock Island .. and therefore the .' teams are moved In pairs, although In the latter part the pairs are so arranged that it is almost like the regular quartet schelule. By this system all long series are avoided, and with three exceptions the longest series Is twelve games, and the most are six or eight games. In a general way the teams are at home a week and away a week. Holiday Schedule. Doubleheaders will be played by all teams on the three holidays for which the schedule provides as follows: Decoration Day Waterloo at Davenport. Rock Island at Dubuque. Springfield, at Peoria, Danville at ' Xuincy. ' Vourth of July Davenport at Waterloo. "Dubuque at Rock Island. Quincy at Danville, Peoria, at Springfield. Iabor Day Rock Island at Davenport. Waterloo at DuDuque, Danville -at Peoria, Springfield at Quincy. V Stinday Arrangement. . Tbe arrangement is such that the 'Sundays are equally divided, but cities having .two holidays only have . nine "Sundays, while those having one holiday' have ten Sundays. The closing date is Sept. 17. and the .'. cities having the opening. Rock 1s-?land. Dubuque.; Danville. Quincy. close - away from home, and therefore Waterloo. Davenport. Peoria and Springfield jjave the closing games. ;.The mileage in a general way is about, the. same , as last year, possibly n "little more because of the substitution ofQuincy. which lies farther from the other cities man tiioomingion. which It succeeds. The mileage ranges from HS00 miles to 4S00 miles. Danville "ard Waterloo, the outside cities havin -4.S70 and 4860 miles respectively. Proving More Successful In Trip Than Waseda Team Here -.' On Tuesday. Manager. Hampton of the Milllkln, .baseball squad has been getting wind recently of the work of the little 'brown men of the Keio college base-ball .team which will match up with the .MlHikln team next Tuesday. From 'fll indications the Keio men are .worthy representatives of the baseball boosters in Japan. Yesterday Manager Hampton received word from Lawrence Kansas, which conveyed some interesting facts about the line of ball 1 the Keio men are putting up. A part f of the communication disclosed the ' follow ing: ' , "Keio University's winning streak was broken for the first time. Satur-' iiy, May "12. in a fast game with St. :. Mary's which, was in doubt until the last man was out in the ninth. St. Mary's won out 3 to 1. Keio had them until the seventh. 1 to 0. In the ninth Keio had the bases full and needed but a single to tie the score. The other games have resulted as follows i p'lversity of California. 3; Keio, 3. iklaine called to catch a train.) Springfield. Utah. 0; Keio, 11. Sal id a, Colo. 2: Keio. 5. I'envc.r University, 2; Keio. 6. St. Mary's Kansas. 3; Keio 6. An Entertaining: Bunch. Keio's orderly conduct, their clever 'nPide hall, and antics on the field have kept the crowds in splendid good hu-:nor out of admiration for them and . enjoyment of the game. Koyama, pitcher and right-fielder, has been the hitting sensation of every game. He is hitting 630. getting a triple and a double against Salida. a home run and a triple against Denver - university, and a double and a single against St. Mary. He is the heaviest hitter in Japan. his autograph bat being the heaviest used. Sugase, pitcher, has not lost a game in this country, holding Denver University to"two hits. . Sasaki, short stop, and the -most brilliant player in Japan, was disabled ' In a game, last Week, but will be in shape in a day or two. " The results of each game are cabled to Japan, where the Keio team is followed with Interest. ' The "average age of the members of ;-th"e team-is nineteen years." ; DILLE-WASHBURN TEAM WINS IN THE RAGTIME Dille and'W'ashburn's score of 1203 won the first money in the Ragtime league race at the close Saturday evening. A number of high scores were bowled, the Hale-Moore tally of 1196 -being second.- A "Cocked- Hat Ragtime --League" -will be organized starting off -Monday. In this sort of bowling, only -the three pins are used, and a small ' ball. - The teams which finish above 1009 pins In the race just closed fol- rtlle-Washburn - Hale-Moore '...'. . Root-Burrows' Burrows-Dille Moo'reiRoAt ...1203 1 ...1196 2 ...1181 3 ...1172 4 1132 5 Rnot-Gustiii '. Wile-Surface 25 6 ..1125 ..1113 ..1104 -.1095 ..1093 . .1092 . .1085 ..1079 ..1071 ..1070 Oustin-Dille .. . Moore-Dille . . Kenfort-Salmon Pflle-Root "RobtGarnet . . Evans-Dille tnlV-Salmon S-hulte-Burrows Romen-Gustin WINNING GAMES At Waterloo. Waterloo Decatur j'une 2, 3, 4s, 5 July 3, 4-4h Sept. 12. 13. 14 Davenport June 22, 23, 24 Eock Island ,Aug. 3. 4. 5, Sept. 15. 16. ITS June 19. 20. 21 Dubuque July 3CA 31 Sept. 1. 2. 3s June 6, 7, 8 luly 8, 9-9s. 10 Aug. 17, 18. 19 Peoria June 9, 10, 11 July 5, 6, 7 Danville Aug. 14. 15. 16 Quincy May 16, 17, 18 July 23s. 24, 2o Aue. 20s. 21. 22 May 19. 20. 21 Springfield July 27, 28, 29 Aug. 23, 24, 25 NAPS POUND OUT E Two Pitchers Used By New York Unable to Stop Heavy Hitting. BROWN'S RECRUITS HELP New Men Put In By St. Louis Use , Surplus '.'Pep"- to Good Advantage. CLEVELAND. O.. May 14 Cleveland won today from New York. 14 to 3. The Cleveland players hit the ball hard and neither Warhop or Quinn could stop them. Ileve. .AB H O A EK. T. ..AB H O A E Iran y If. 4 1 2 0 l(.orinna. .hxicas ealTl )Ison ss.5 2 3 0 )an'l cf.2 0 0 JacK. cr.D z OikV'olter rf.4t Last y rf.5 2 1 HBailey Sb.4 Stov. lb. 5 4 11 Turn. 3b. 4 1 1 Ball 2b.. 4 1 1 riser c . . 5 2 4 Hark. p. 6 3 0 OiOree If. -.4 OIKnlgt lb.. 4 O'liard. 2b .4 OIRoac ss.. 4 0Sween. c. . 4 Warop p.l 2Qulnn p. .3 Total . 42 18 27 16 Totals 34 11 24 11 Innines 12 3 4 5 6 S 9 Cleveland 00700304 14 New York 00010020 03 Runs Graney. Olson (3). Jackson (2). Easterly (3). Stovall (2), Turner, Ball. Harkness, Cree. Gardner. Roach. Three base hits Jackson, Ball, .Olson, Easterly. Stolen bases Ball. Garduer, Cree. Double play Knight and Gardner. Hits off Warhop S in 2 2-3 innings: Quinn 10 in 5 1-3 innings. Base hollo Harkness 1: Warhop 1; oninn 2. Struck out Harkness 1; 1; Quinn 2. Base on errors Cleveland New York 1. Left on bases- Cleveland, Si New York. First on errors Cleveland 1 : New York 1. Left on bases Cleveland 8; New York 6. Umpires Evans and Mullen. RECRUITS HELP SOME. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. May 14 Wtih new players in the game St. Louis today won from Washington, 6 to 2. Score: St. I. ..AH H O A E Wash n. AB II O A 0 Milan C... 1 2 2 0 0 i Vr.jv If. 5 0 3 0 1 . i.i-iiv;t lb. t 1 10 l o OEIberf rt 3b. 3 1 1 4 ) Elbe.-. 3h..3 114 1 0 t;:&j!er Ti . 12 10 1 lrun m. 2l.4 0 2 3 0 0 ilcBrtJ ss.4 :l 1 - 0 0 Henrv c.4 1 3 2 0 liroom p .0 0 0 0 0 lujtley p. ..2 0 10 1 Miller x. . .1 0 0 0 0 Bchaef. xx. 1 0 0 0 0 Shot'n cf.4 Aualm 3b. 4 Me'-.i-n rt 4 Halli'n 2b. 3 Hotta.i Sep'ns c .4 Wall, ss.4 Myers lb." Peltry p.. 3 2 0 1- 4 Totals 33 10 27 13 Totals .36 10 24 12 x Batted1 for Groom- in ninth. -xx Batted for Otley in ninth, x Batted for Groom in third. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. St. Louis 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 V.'ashington .....0 0000000 2 2 Runs Austin. Meloan, Stephens, Wallace. Myers. Pelty, Elberfeld, Gess-ler. Two-base hit Myers. Three-base hits Meloan, Hallinan, Austin. Double play Pelty, Wallace and Myers. Stolen bases Elberfeld, Gessler. Hit by pitched ball by Pelty (Elberfeld). Base on balls Pelty, 1; Otey, 1. Struck out Pelty, 6: Otey. 2. Hits off Groom. 6 in 2 innings; Otey, 4 in 6 Left on bases St. Louis, 6; Washington. 9. Umpires Oloughlin and Din-neen. TIGERS DOWX BOSTON. DETROIT, Mich., May 14 In a hard hitting game Detroit defeated Boston 6 to 6. Score: Boston .AB H O -A EDetrr.lt AB H O A E Hooper rf.4 2 0 0 OlDrake lf.O Sard' r 2b. 4 2 3 2 l.Bush 88. .3 Rigg't cf.4 0 5 0 OK'obb cf..4 Lewis If.. 6 2 1 0 OPraw. rf..3 Engle 3b. 6 14 2 ODeleh 2b. 5 IVag'r ss.3 0 2 3 l'ltorl'y 3b. 4 IVIirms lb. 4 2 7 OliSess lb.. 3 Carrl'n c.4 12 0 1 Ftana. c.3 Collins p. 4 1 0 3 0'Works p.l Totals 35 11 24 10 4?tfu!lln x.l Lively p.2 3 3 0 3 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 11 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 11 Z4 10 4 Total 34 11 27 12 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8,9 R. Boston :...0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 Detroit 23001000 6 . Runs Hooper. Lewis. Engle. Williams, (2); Drake. (2); Bush. (2); Mo-riarty. Stanage. Left on bases Boston. 11; Detroit. 10. Two base hit Moriarty. Three-base hits Moriarty, Drake. Hooper.- Stolen bases Bush, Delehanty. Riggert. Double play Engle to Gardner. Hits off Works, 6 In 3 innings: Lively. 5 in 6 innings. Struck out Lively, 2; Collins. 2. Base on balls Works. 3: Lively, 2; Collins. 4. Wild pitch Works. Lively. Hit with ball by Works (Riggert). Umpires Egan and Connolly. MORGAN IS WILD CHICAGO, May 14 Morgan's wild- Hillenbrand-Dille 1056 Moore-Salmon 1053 Schulte-Dille 1049 Hillenbrand-Moore 1038 Hillenbrand-Root ..1037 ..1033 ..1021 . .1020 ..1010 Burrows-Combs Root-EvansDille-Willis Dille-Willis Root-Evans Hillembrand-Burrows . L..4... 6o . .0.. ASY VICTORY Official I. I. I. League Schedule At Davenprt. At, Rock May 30-30h, 31, June 1 May 13, 14s, June 28, 29, July 1, 2-2s Sept. 6. 7. 8 Sept. 9. 10 - Mjv 10. 11. Is Still On June 25-25S, Sept. 1. 2. 2s June 19. 20. 21 The Outside 6s July 30s, 31, Aug. 1, Sept. 4-4h. 5 June 22, 23, 24 June 2, 3, July 3. Aug. 1, 2 Aug. 3. 4, 5, 6s Sept. 15. 1. 17s Sept. 12. 13, June 9, 10, 11-119 July 5, 6. 7 "' May 26, 27, July 11. 12. Aug. 11. 12. ' Aug. 14. 15. 16 - lls June 6, 7, 8 July 8. 9-9s, 10 Aug. 17. IS, 19 May 22, 23, July 14, 15, Aug. 8. 9. 10 May 19, July 27. 20. 21-21S 28. 29 24. 25 June 12, 13, 26 July 20, 21. Aug. 23, A iie. 26. 27s. - 21S May 16, 17, IS June 16, 17, July 23s, 24. 25. 26 July 17. 18. Aug. 20s, 21, 22 Aug. 29, 30, 8 Sunday ness and a timely single by Bodie in the seventh inning enabled Chicago to win the first game of the Philadelphia series today. 6 to a Score: rhKO. . AB H O A Ephila. .AB H O A E Mcln. if. 4 0 2 0 1 j: Lord If. i 0 110 J! L, d3b.2 12 3 '0 Oldr'g cf.3 10 0 0 ral'.a. If. 2 110 (Jtaker 3b. 3 113 0 Hodie rf.3 1 1 0 0 5aviK lb. 4 3 R 2 0 oil s lb. 4 1 10 1 JIurp y rf.3 0 2 0 0 ?nne 2b. 4 1 5 S I jicln. ss.3 2 7 3 2 Corh 83.4 1 3 3 0! l)Wk 2b. 4 112 0 Sulllv. c.2 13 3 ( f horn, c.l 0 1 10 White p.2 10 5 C firings, c.3 0 2 2 0 Bender n.l 10 0 0 Totals 27 8 27 21 0 Korean p. 3 2 1 1 Totals 32 11 24 15- 2 Innings Chicago Philadelphia 1 2 3 4 5 6.7 8 9-R. 0 3600120 6 0 0010220 0 5 Runs H. Lord, Collins. (2): Tanne- hill, Sullivan. (2); Oiaring. Baker. Da vis. Murphy. Morgan. Two-base hits Sullivan. Three-base hits Collins. Oldring, Tannehill. Hits off Bender. 4 in 2 innings; Morgan. 4 in 6. Stolen bases H. Lord. Double plays Baker, Davis. Mclnnes: Tannehill. Corhan, Collins; H. Lord. Tannehill, Collins. Left on bases Chicago, 4: Philadel phia. 5. Base on balls Morgan. 3; White. 4. Hit by pitcher by Morgan (Sullivan, Callahan). Struck out Mor gan. 1: White, 1. Umpires Perrlne and Sheridan. BLUES LOSE TO BLOOMERS. BLOOMINGTON, May 14 The ex Three-I team of this place today de feated the Blues of Decatur, by a score of 5 to 3. The score: Innings: 1 2345678 9 R. H. E Bloomingt'n 01110020 5 5 1 Decatur 00010020 0 3 4 4 Kalaher and Costigan; Augustine. Bottom and SLUGGERS WIN AT SAXGAMON. The West End Sluggers defeated the Sangamon team by a score of 8 to 5. Day pitched a brilliant game. The Sluggers are anxious to secure a game for next Sunday. JUMPS FROM WINDOW; DIES FROM SHOCK JUMPS FROM WINDOW WASHINGTON. May 14. Nine hours after he had fallen or jumped from the third story to' a veranda below at the Garfield hospital, Philip Bayard, a son of the late Thomas F. Bayard who was secretary of state and ambassador to England, died here today. An autopsy revealed that Bayard suffered from pancarditis and died from a shock which hardly would have resulted seriously to a man In normal health. An Subtlest will be conducted tomorrow. For Sale Second Hand (Deere) Wheat, $1.10 per bu. Cab Calls, 25c and Gentle Horses. Old Phone 349. Island At Dubuque At 15 30 May 10. 11, 12 Jine 12, June 25-25S, 26, 27 July 20, Aug. 26. lOs, 11 Sept. 4-4h, 5 12 May 13. 14s,' 15 June 16, 26, 27 June 28. 29. 30 . ljuly 17, Sept. 9. 10-lOs. -11 Aug. 29. May 30-30h. 31, June 1 May' 19. 20. 21-218 July 27, 28. 29 Aug. 20s. 21, 23 July 1-, 2-2s Pent. 6. 7. 8 4s. 5 4-4h May 16, But With July 23s, 14 Aug. 23, 28-283 13 3s May 22, 23, 24, 25 July 14, 15, 16s Aug. 8, 9. 10 " 24, 25 May 26, 27, 28-28s June 19, 16s July 11, 12, 13. July 30s, 31, Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 4-4h, 5 Aug. 11. 12. 133 14. 15 June 16, 17, 18-18S May 13, 22 July 17. 18, 19 Aug. 29. 30, 31 June 28, 28 Sept. 14, 18-18S June 12; 13, 14, July 20, 21. 22 Aug. 26, 27s, 28 15 May July 1. 19 31 Sept. 11, h Holiday Repeated Numbers SLANDERS SPLIT Divide Double Header On Muddy Field Wall's Homer Wins, the Second Game. DUBUQUE TAKES TWO Defeats Davenport In Pair of Close Contests Ten Innings In Second. ROCK ISLANDERS, May 14 Rock Island and WraterIoo divided honors in a double-header on a muddy field. Wall's home run won the second game for the visitors. First game: Innings: ... Rock Island Waterloo . . . ...1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. ...4 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 8 ...02020000 0 4 Barney and Jacobsen;Hollenbeck and Wolfe, Innings .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. Rock . Island. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Waterloo 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ; Stolen bases Clemons. - Two-base hits Jacobsen, Wilkes and Webster. Home run Wall. Struck out by Del-lar. 5: Hendricks, 8. Base on balls Dellar, 4; Hendricks, 3. Umpire Daly. . - I ' '-" Dt'Btftl'E TAKES' TWO. DUBUQUE. Ia., May 14 Dubuque won 6oth games of today's double-header with Davenport, Fosberg winning his own game in the ninth. Two doubles after two were out in the fifth inning drove in the only run of the second game. Score: First game: Daven. , . R H O A B Bubuque R H O A E Flnn'y'lf.O 0 10 OlOlson cf..O 10 0 0 MOVING WAGONS WITH WATERLOO We Haul Anything Everywhere. (We call for freight orders.) "EVERY LITTLE HELPS.'? Livery Up. Season of 1911. At Danville At Quincy . At Springfield June 16, 17. 18-183 May 22, 23, 24. 25 May 26, 27. 28-28 - July 17, 18, 19 July 14, 15, 16s July 11. 12, Aug. 29. 30. 31 Aug. 8. 9. 10 Aug. 11. 12. 1 June 12. 13, 14, 15 May 26. 27. 28-28s May 22, 23. 24. 25 July 2f 21. 22 July 11. 12, 13 July 14. lo. 16s Aug. 26. 273. 28 Aug. 11. 12. 13s Aug. 8.. 9. 10 May 16, 17, 18 June 6, 7, 8 June 9. 10, ll.-H" July 23s, 24, 25. 26 July 8. 9-9s, 10 July 5. 6. 7 Aug. 23. 24. 25 Aug. 17. 18. 19 Aug. 14. 15. 16 May 19. 20, 21-21s June 9, 10, 11-lls June 6,. 7. 8 July 27, 28. 29 July .5. 6, 7 July 8. 9-9s, 10 Aug. 203. 21, 22 Aug. 14. 15. 16 Aug. 17. 18, 19 May 10, 11, 12 June 22, 23, 24 June 2, 3, 4s, 5 June 25-25s, 26, 27 Aug. 3. 4, 5. 6s July 3, 4-4h Sept. 1. 2. 3s Sept. 9, 10-103 Sept. 6. 7. 8 v May 30-30h. 31, June 1 May 13, 143, 15 Now Where wuu ?, ju,nye f' 4-4h-5 Once There JSS? & j "us. i. Sept. 11. 12. 13 Sept. 1. 2. 3s June 22, 23. 24 May 10, 11, 12 . "rfTj,,, TJftrifl Aug- 3, 4. 5. 6s June 2o-25s. 26. 27 WaS SXOU.Q Sept. 9, 10-lOs Sept, 4-4h. 5 Peoria 13, 14, 15 21, 22 27s. 28 17, 18-18S 18, 19 30. 31 17, 18 24, 25, 26 24, 2o Company 20, 21 . 14s, 16 2?, 30 15. 16. 17s 30-30h, 31, June 1 2-2s 12, 13 Double Headers Koep. 2b. 0 Erwln cf.O Brow. 3b. 0 Cran. rf.O Chap. Bs.l Kelly lb.O O'Lear. c.O Smith r-0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 S 0 2 1 10 1 4 0 0 nlPlasn 2b. .0 1 2 1 0 OR Dar 3b. 0 0 10 0 0 Pad. ss.O 12 3 1 0IH Dar lf.O 0 3 0 0 ilnt. lb.l 0 7 0 0 0'Melch. lf.O 12 0 0 UKreltz c.l 1 9 0 0 OlFosbg" p.O 3 1 3 0 Totals 1 326 14 21 Totals 2 8 27 7 Two out when winning run scored. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R- Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 Davenport 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 01 Stolen bases Chapman,' Kelly, Oleary, Plass, Paddock. Struck out Fosberg. S; Smith, 3. Bases on balls Fosberg, 2; Smith, 3. Umpire Guthrie. Second game: SECOND GAME Waterloo R H O A E Rock Is. R H O A TColllns cf.l 1 7 0 0 Vogel 2b. 0 2 2 0 ll,ong rf.O 1 0 0 0 Hunt. rf.O 0 2 0 OlWall Jb.i l 1 1 Hume rf.O 0 0 0 ociem. )t ..0 1 2 0 0 Clvne lf.O 0 3 0 0Frcm 2b. 0 0 2 1 0 c,i rr n i l n AlCTMkea ss.O 1 3 l i ai.V ik'h ' K 1 OIWebB. lb.O 14 0 0 Kely 3b. 0 1 2 3 0 Harr. c.O 0 8 p..O 0 0 1 0 envd. ss.O 0 4 4 0 Hend. 1 0 Jacob. c.O 14 10 Dellar p.O 0 0 1 o Totals. 3 6 27 5 1 Totals 0 7 27 10 1 Inrtings 1 234567S9 10 R. H. E Dubuque ....0 00010000 1 6 1 Davenport ...00 0 000000 0 0 6 0 Akers and Kreitz; man. Crabb and Cole- GOOD STTCKIXG. : SPRINGFIELD. May 14 Smashing sttichwork in the eighth gave Danville the first game 6. to 5. Cochrane's fielding was a feature. The second game was fast. Springfield won 2 to 0. Score: First game: FIRST GAME Spring.. . R H OA EDanv. ...R H O A E Loftln cf.l 2 3 Kom. rf.l 1 2 Collins If .1 1 0 Smith lb.O 3 6 tnhn 1 1 R Oj "oun. ss. .1 OlStls 2b. ..1 0McDon rf.2 OiJacobs c.O 1 1 0 6 1 1 3 1 1 0 OlMyers 3b. 0 Bell 2b... 1 2 2 Blitz cf..O Nag-el 8b. 0 2 2 Cochm ss.O 0 4 Middle. p.O 0 0 Rusten. p.O 0 0 Fox .0 0 Totals .5 1,2 27 Gran. lf.O Smith lb.l Veach c.O 1 11 0 0 0 3 Herllk p.O OSchmir P-0 0 0 1 8 27 15 1- Totals .5 Innings: . ...-.1 2, 3 4 5 6 7 S S-R. Springfield 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 5 Danville 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 6 Stolen bases Bell, Cochrane. Two base hits Lofton. Bell. Smith. Staleyv Fisher. Hildebrand. Three-base hits Kommers, Ingalls. Home run Collins. Struck out Middleton. 2; Rusten-haven, 5; Chapman. 6. Base on balls Cornplanter, $10 Harness, Horses and Rigs. Cash or Easy Payments. Livery at, Low Rates. New Rips and Harness. Auto. Phone 1373. . ii Middleton, 2; Chapman, 2. Umpire Cu-sack. Second game - Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. Springfield 20000000 0 2 Danville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hatch Schroeder and Johnson; Britten, Benz and Hildebrand. LUCK HELPS ftUIXCY. PEORIA, May 14 Quincy defeated Peoria twice today, luck gave them the first while Prendergast was invincible In the second. Donahue's home run was a single that bounded over iltz's head. Peoria ..R H O A EQulncy ..R H O A E Ball ef...0 1 OHart. rf..l 1 2 0 2 1 0 i 1 Fleher 88. 1 3 1 'Ml 88 0 0 2 OKerwln lf.l 1 Slner 2b.. 1 Kavlor rf.l Sulll. lf...O Stanl. lb.l Ingalls 3b. 1 1 OOwens 2b. 0 0 1 0W Don cf.2 2 2 1 0 0 OMyers lb.l S 12 0 10 0 OF Don. 3b0 100 Htlden. 3bl 2 6 4 0 Clark c.O 0 4 1 0 Chap. p..O .0 0 0 4 OSpencer p.l logo Preder. p.O 1 0 3 0 .6 10 27 16 1 ' . Totals .6 10 27 15 0 ToUls Innings Quincy Peoria . . ...1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 8 R. ...0 14)00221 0 6 ...2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 5 Stolen bases Kerwin, Hartman, Clark, Fountain, Graham, Meyers, Smith. Two-base hits Bilti, 2; Smith. Three-base hits McDonald, W. Donahue. Home run W." Donahue. Struck out Hovllk. 3 Spencer, 1; Prendergast 1. Base on balls off Hovlik, 3; Spencer, 1 ; Prendergast, ' 1. Umpires Car-ruthers and Bennett. Second game: Innings: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. Peoria 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 Quincy 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 6 Tammen and Jacobs; Prendergast a.nd Clark. The United Medical Specialists CHRONIC DISEASES Incureable under ordinary means yield to. the United Medical Specialists' treatment. We offer you the opportunity of learning without cost how you may be made well. Consultation and advice absolute- ly free and confidential. Under no circumstances will we treat any case we consider incurable. IF TOTJ ARE A MAN Toung, middle-aged or pld, look around you. Do you find any one of your aeauaint- ances or associates who Is your phys- xn.i ui nicuiai superior; who can work longer without being wearied; who has a brighter, health!.- in.ni,- and Is more full of vigor, strength and aiuuiuun; IF SO, IT IS YOUR OWN FAULT. temTT? t hi Vhylcfy Perfect. Something is out of' tune in your T?-3': " be on of those insidious ailments which develop so imper- trouhyt tfUr f?mlly Ph-Sician "as overlooked it and attributes your trouble to some such passing case as overwork or worrv thinwrI,tre conYlnced ln. y"- own mind that there is really something wrong with you. do not relv on h ..i , , n nvHinanr , . ' . . .... u .vi Jk ru j nULIOIl Hinder - mfd hi J ?CtK'i25hat neeii J8 a thorouh diagnosis of yourca. made by a trained specialist, who has devoted many venrs to the studr aonirI?urft1dth2m,,?,a,ntS-, and ,Wh ,s "'PPed with an'vne latest and be.t appamtus for the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions. the IprvW ?e1yOU a, car"1 examination' and charge vou nothlns t the service. If your ailment is a nn. .... ,mrt ;J'l?r?.o8. we will intelligent, scientific treatment If we promptly tell you so. We Cure With the Same Guarantee of Success. All the chronic diseases of men and women uch kinev bladder epSvUcaSarionHTH Stma,Ch di8easeS- -hmun,tsUm slin dishes er- mented VjZn W,th ,any f the diseases we treat and have jr!- m hlveTllir.C?rraniM- Jou,d-be -specialists " and the like, and It careful I exarnlnln be CUredl caU uPn us at once. We will make cured or nn? Ill yUr C8Se and wl Ml y whether you can M sel what n" 'f 76 a?Cpt your case fr treatment, vou will soon see what an experienced specialist can do for you bv treating vou in f'ar"6'1 We irlTJrLrTi Persona! Vntt m your wel- to orodc nTtZ?n mtly ,,ocated in Decatur and enn be depended W to produce satisfactory results at the least possible expense. UNITED MEDICAL SPECIALISTS 158 E. Main St., Decatur, III. faT,r Thutr1d1nlnV V I"" m- Sundays 9 to 12 Evenings Tu- aajs. Thursdays, Saturdays 7 to S n m other Ji.f,r,Thf lr,nUed Medit,al Specialists are not connected with l other specialists la Decatur, and are permanently located here. BASEBALL IN BRIEF TODAY'S GAMES. National Lrrue- II I. I. L Un. Pittsubrg at Boston. ((Waterloo at Rock Ii Chicago at Brooklyn. iDavenp't at Duh... ft. Louis at N. Y. Quincy at Dubuou. Ulnclnattl at Phlla. IQulncy at PeoriiL American Leaffu. IDanvllle at Sprtnefis Philadelphia at Chi. Washing, at St. L. Boston at Detroit. Pekln at Lincoln. Clinton at Urban" Canton at TsvIo'im. New Tork at Cleve. National League. I Western Um No games played. Ipioux City t. Wich'a American League. '.' game called In Detroit 6; Boston S. !f.h inning by air Cleve. 14; N. Y. 3. imnt) " " St. Louis S; Wash. 2. Denver 8: Omaha Chicago ; Phiia 5. !Topka 4: fit. Jot J Tbree-I League. jLlncoln 4 : ra u V Waterloo 4-3; Rock I.-M. Leagued Wat. 4-3: Rock Is. -otninton ; Tayiorr l-Daven. 1-0; Dub. 2-1. Pekln -; Cham. 4-ij Ciuincy B-t feona o-vi-anion 6-4; I.ln j Danv. 6-0; Spring. 6-1. wel.6..oru ; olncnu olnork.e Central Association. American AuiorUti i ivcohuk .j . , i . 1 - m . Minn. , Musca. 4-5. Burl. l-2.Colum. 7. Loulsr I Kewa. 8-4; Han. 6-l.Colum. 10. Louliv i Central Association. Toledo 1: Indiana. : 'Ottumwa 2: Mon 0. K. C. 3; Mil. i i Ottumwa 1: Mon. 0 FIRST GAME LEAGUE PERCENTAGES. National league. L L I. League. Club Won. L Pet. Won. u p- Philadel ..20 .769Sprlngflela 4 2 tti Pittsburg ...15 9 .625Dubuque ...4 2 j5! New York 14 9 .26Rock Island 3 I Clnclnattl-.11 9 -.650Peorla 3 J 'J Chicago -.14 11 .660Waterloo ..J J SE, HOSton ...a .jjowuiiitr .. St. Louis.. 7 14 .333Danvllls .. 3 i (.!., Brooklyn . 6 19 .240Davenpnrt . . I 4 Ji. American League. -I.-M.- won. i. rci. i' .iiniuu .11 . 5 i 111 -71 'Detroit ..23 S .52i;peitin ... .677 Canton . .665'Taylorvllla Boston ...15 11 Philadel ..13 10 -tri Chicago ..12 12 .600 Twin Cities 2 .468 Lincoln .. 3 .435 .393 .231 .IM lit New York. 11 13 Washing. 10 13 Cleve. ...11 17 ISt- Louis . 6 20 TAYLOR.VILLE LOSES. CLINTON, May 14 Clinton bunchtj hits and defeated Taylorville, 6 to i today. R.H.B -..6 j ....1 j Clinton . . . Taylorville Kettering and and Donovan- Wagner; Thorutoj BREAK EVEBT. PEKIN. May 14 Pekin and Chatu. palgn broke even in a double-header today. Almquist of Champaign nnufc two home runs. Score: First game: R.H.E. Pekin .......fi 7 Champaign 4 7 1 Smith and McCann; Mills, Cooper lai McKenzie. Second game:. Champaign Pekin Hills and Murphy; belL R.H.S 12 i: i 6 ia ; Varey.and Camp. WIV AND LOSE. LINCOLN. May 14 Lincoln won tad lost to Canton today In a double head, er, dropping the first 3 to 0, and win. ning the second 5 to 3. bcore: L . First game: . R.H.E Canton 3 7 1 Lincoln , 0 4 1 Reinert .dand Hanna; Belting an Smith. Second game: K. H. t, Lincoln 5 10 1 Canton - 3 7 I Vaughn, Peters, Smith and Nelson; Fanning, Hanna and Panes. . - i t- Dr. C. E. McCarty of the United Medical Specialists. IF YOU ARE A '"WOMAN TOW middle-aged or old, look around you. Is there any one of your years '!" holds her . age better than you; complains less of headaches: who a stranger to lassitude and all tho indefinite and indescribable sensations which cause you to feel badly without knowing why? afford you oZZr to are unable to will cure you. I. ?! V

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