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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - May 25, 1913, Burlington, Iowa T i1 MAT Si Defeats Waterloo Arlingto yesterday ly 3 to JOHNS BOYS BUMCH HITS GIVP support ml Take rTrst COB test of tn Thfi and the cap tlio Rame of the series ID U Wtta tt aecldealv lnter bJl the victory for the i vm siKSured until the last tlred ln tne Blntn plis rob a double in the first In also made several putting oft two like Hale with u single and Sut scoring riip out but reached j lt tnc bal1 but Lowther the fourth Wlnts went to third c and scored on Cork in the eighth i Ijowther half McAuley liirJ on CSheltons a uus sent in to hit for frr White re Snel was retired on Tne score A 4 o o 1 4 o i 412200 0 2 1 0 0 301030 401411 1 2 14 0 0 3 o o o 2 o 3 9 14 2 A El 0 U 0 0 0 01720 A Sgiix i Ji 1 7 1 1 0 30020 4 0 1 10 0 2 8 1 1 300 2 0 0 0013 2100 000000 2 4 27 0 0 r in the 0200001 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 liases nn i S Struck i hy 2 by 1 Wiu IS BLANKED ON OWN FIELD Honniouili to Muscatlne br a Soiro of 6 to rBperi May play on their grounds the Browns iM louttlip old hoodoo which thpm for the last K tuuay they went down 6 to iras rul all kinds of and Lund each getUns a of what looked while teams bit the althnuch the slams of usually went where there emunne while the blows were better look the lead in the nrst nni af the game went slonK aJW to this until their score was half while every effort count a run the good pitching tiniluasy support he was luith the out and as 300000 0 0 00 2002 3015 0 0 000 800 2 1 4 1 461 i i 8UNNIES DEFEATS INDIANS tflpeelsl oOeaar May Rapids took the first of Keokuk Babbit series 4 to Adams was on the hill for the Bnnnles and twirted an excellent but was relieved In the sixth by Miown when he showe dslrns of Cedar Rapids scored on in the second A sacriflce fly to Milter retired FOK and Splcer sped fromthird to where he had gone hopina Miller would MUler threw to and Bpicer The score Sb 26 c e Ib If rf O 1 t 4 0 0 S 0 1 t 0 1 2 8 1 2 10 0 0 4 1 0 02 2 0 0 80100 0 0 Totals 1 C 24 14 S for McGee in the CEDAR 3b 0 0 S 0 0 rf and 4 1 1 1 f 0 Ib 8 1 1 8 1 2b o 0 1 p rf 4 1 l o Totals 4 Score by Keokak Cedar Rapids0 2 1 0 1 O Two base Stolen Bases on 8 off Hit by pitched balls Jack by oC Struck S br My Tims of Umpire At T Mar with bunched kits aad clever baas ruanlns wosvjfor Quiacy la a weird that was aot settled until test man was trails was more effective with men on bases than by 0 1 0 0 1 0 T S 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 0 nndBniings Marks Danville May kept bits scattered aad Orogan was a leeal bunched thstr hits In ntth and Taeacore Peetta 1 1 t Danville Matter and War Int Keel aad tenth lanlng a hotly contested though flprincfieM nad eleven hits to Dubuqoes aad each had two was a good look although there was sensational work on either FaUewlng Is score T Dubuqoe 4 Springfield J 0 1 3 0 S H Batteries Seaman and Boucher Middleloc and 200010 1 0 0 0 0 Oj 0 1 27 31 1 27 n the ATI May runnlns start by hltUar Gray hard in the nrst matatalned this advantage Crouch kept the visitors nits scattered and was effective except In the when only beny furnished the neldlns with spectacular catches and completed aV Members Active WiaRECEIVERAPP TROPHY PAOXS 17 AHD Jimmy Austin is the Man Who Has Put Pep in the Louis the yesterday IT points or more than ttf their a total of The torr ctvo the aooth end school the permaaent ptmiartoa of the Bapp which they hare won twice he fere In The wianen took AIM In all The day was Ideal for the specta of which there waa a terce uma her of frienda of the respective achoola and nothing occurred to mar the cess of the Following were the winners 880YARD Prospect Shnlts and first North Haaje neier ana West Ptock and Sovth Ons and RtTNKlKa BROAD firaUdls M feet S West Madison second II feet 7 North third 14 feet S West fourth dist U feet 11 100YARD Prospect Bret IS see West West West RUNNING HIOH Prospect first S L Prospect seooad S feet West third 4 feet 4 220Yard Dash Prospect Bill Pros peot Bill West Hill teirtk Wen BUL tt North Bill Prospect HIH stedlsoa West IS feet 9 Pros pect Bill Unoulst NorOKOak third West Madison Prospect BUL COYard Pros pect Hill South Boundary Men West Madisoa North 440YARD Prospect Booth West North Win 4 Prospect West West North Worth BUI 7 Total Philadelphia Brooklyn Mew Chlaaco Plttsburs Boston Ctaelnnatt Philadelphia Cleveland ChlcaoTo Washlnsrton UBS T U U U 14 17 U U U 17 0 M deb Mllwankae City Minneapolis Indianapolis 8t Paul Joseph Oty Des MMnsa 11 11 11 14 it IT i Ike er vanlsaUoa Is thehr plaaa to sock a war that aM who ola as nemhers wm totir protected should the dab at any UBS the roll will coast as msmhUB at least one hmtdred of this curs most taltaeMlal following istatemeot tesaed by the club preseats a fine argument for any enthusalstwho baa heM tjack ie cause of betsarafrald of Its stability A for members for the Burlington has been pro gressing lVOnr slogan hundred active members br June and as many associate members as dob desires to obtain which pay the Interest oa the 4ax assessment oa the paving as wen as tor rmprove which Includes ITS Interest on tax assessment and SMv for Incidental The Burlmtton Tennisclub desires to equip and establish mod clay tennis Nothing would Increase the beauty of a City Beauti ful more than eight wellkept tennis sites or a club Everybody boost for an en which has as its wholesome athletic GesMml The following contains much of In terest to new enthusiasts and gives a statement of the The property secured by the Burl Irsrton Tennis Club for club grounds U a full city and Is tween Barrlson and Fifth Sixth The price paid for ground Is This property consists of 14 lots and Is well known to be worth all and more than the price at which It was other than corner lots onehalt block away null fin In fore Harrison was paved last An property acquired by this club shall be owned by the active members of the The price at ground has been iniiilimil sllir issti amembership a safe The terms of membershltrareas K1 lows 7 Active 09 Annual Family of active member will have house Associate memberships will be Is on paymesu of sanusl dues and win entitle member to and ground object ot the club ts to promote dean athletics and provide comfort able dab bouse and grounds tor the levers of oatdoor The club dssliBs to pot thejr propo sition dearly before the peopls of Barltagton sad vlctelty aad tbereforo tavlte The dab expects have grounds equipped fea thirty days after the necessary antalasd which sj siili be aext A afloat that Crounds of Tenaki may lost at end of Is so worded that any Impioteaisriti or In propertr valuation may be realteedonby etab missjt should It at any time THE HORSE SHOE TOURNEY compeUtlon hv for promises to keeau asnneh tattnrsM to betos taken m tt amens The first contest win played Monday evenlns at and each team mat two out of three canes to declared nlaueia Afl the games are at 8 the entered and the dates of opentes munes Mar 84 First and Mar it Second aad Deaaaham Mar 2t Third OaaM Chaney May M Canella Bsrtter TRACK MEET AT PEORIA Batteries Croneh aaa Belolt S C 10 27 lllllCB oooooooo I 0000208 o waisb iir WINFIELD HIOH VICTOR in tha Jrne or alar isjA S I Score e to to The but four May alrjr of CbJsafy dsJaalsC mtitti te y Mar manager of the Is singing praises of Jimmy his scrappy Stovy says that Austla has developed Into one of best third basemen la American Austin belongs credit of putting pep the Browns this Jimmy Is known as oas ef scrappiest players In Baa Johnsons He Is alsoa speed merchant oa the paths aad a nod Three years ago Austin was considered not good enough for New Americans and was traded to the WPS 111 THt Krrors Oire Them Scon is 4 to DETROIT BEATS BROWNS Blttlas Wbss Tork ill 11 hei two runs In the first his was very for was but great catches by the Bos ton outfield saved score Sb ss e May by la the fifth lanlng cost Chi cago the first game the series with Cleveland 4 to i The victory of the Naps Incidentally preserved the pMahlas reesrd CT who wen eight consecutive will aot gel credit for todara his record standing the victory goes with visitors behind aad waa JT lleved until tha test ot The I Hart 2b c Ib ss Ib Cbspman ss 8b Sb rf U J 11 S J III 11 0 11 t p Oraaav Totals tor FaBtsabsrc in the 8 1 8 0 IS i 0 0 0 Score by Innli 3 8 15 S 10 000 Boston 0 301 Oanw called on account of First base ton Two base Sacrifice Sacrifice Stolen Daniels Double to Bases on Keating off Fisher Off Struck Fisher by Wood aad Time of game AthtoOca Msy phia defeated Washington 4 to 2 today by bunching fourhits with two passes and a sacrifice hit off Mntltn In sixth and scoring all of runs by the team during tha Morgan waa spiked oa the wrist by Baker In the sixth Inning and was forced te leave the The score by timings Washington 0 Philadelphia T S Batteries MaTHa and Bender and 8t Mow Mar won themm of today with T by kSBVT kltttanv visitors 0ot tsa off Wellman InS 28 Innlna aad ft who KV bscan pttchtns for De relieved br halt at be Mtrtk after Louis three aad a a total of four la ahjhtb aad IB PIIUTES WIJE FliST Oood Base Bruising uid Long s PHILLIES SCORE SHUTOUT Alexander Ontpltchea Hasan and Final Score to S Itfwst Twov May pitched his bestwith men on bases to day and Flttsburs defeated 4 to Cheney held Plttsbura to seven but a passed ball by Archer In the eighth inning allowed Carey to score the winning Camnlta waa hitting Chenajr and Archer on the Cheney out of the game for nearly flve after being hit He was how to resume Tricky base running by Wagner net ted Plttsburg two of their four Camnlta threa Hyatts Careys force out and steal and single gave Plttsburg two In the The score CHICAGO AR 2b l 1 rf 3b Ib cf 4 sa 3 p I 1 1 1 0 1 13 2 2 1 3 Totals 3 2i 0 for Cheney in tho AR cf 1 If 00209 0100 cf 0 0 0 1 If and 2 0 2b 3 1 as 3 1 2 S 3 0 1 0 0 3b 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 II c 3 0 0 5 2 0 o 3 1 1 1 3 0 Totals 4 7 27 7 Score by Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Plttsburg 1 3 0 00 0 1 Two Three haao Sacrifice Stolen Rutea on 3 off Struck 1 by Hit by Camnitx Archer and Passed May fast going Piladelphlans shut out tha 3 to today by hitting Ragan hard In the first when six Including a triple by scored all the runs of the Ragan settled down after that and while hit was saved by excellent sup Alxander also batted freely but tightened up when la Score by Philadelphia3 0 0 12 1 t 1 and Ragan and Carda Take 9 May Urals took both games of a doubleheader from Cincinnati the ftrflst It to and the second 4 to S after a desperate struggle of eleven the started the drat game for Cincinnati and got along well until when Louis practically wort the game by scoringfive Pack ard and Harmon had a pitchers duel In the second game up te the ninth in The score IS 1 Cincinnati T I Oriner and Hllde braad Johnson and Second EL Louis 4 11 t Cincinnati 3 10 t Harmon ami Lean Packard and At Kama 4 Eleven In DEFEATS ELLIOTTS u Old Rivals Clash In Baseball Game Athletic IV to Tha Burlington high school hall team gave tbelr old the Elliotts Business the worst drubbing that they have ever administered to that team In the twentyfive years that they have been playing annual champlonshp when they took the Blue and Maxe warriors to a beating 11 to 11 at Athletic park yes terday The game was a farce from start to finish and the crowd really saw more vaudeville than base halt Canella and Anderson of the collegians were both hit hard and at will by the Purple and dray willow whtlo Schaley and Blrkenstock of the high school fared little Schaley pitching better ball perhaps than any of the other Errors and mis plays marked the Balding of each team and each squad had a number of errors chalked agan The line up ss Ben c p In 2o sad p Sh rf U If ct cf and as Blrken SB and p Peoples Ib 3b e If rt p ot by R 1 S t S 1 4 1 M t 1 0 0 3 10 T MISSOURI TAKES THE TITLE CnJutoUf Wtoa the War Uni versity oT Mlaseurt won Missouri VaUsr temte championship la dou and K BJchanfaon and K Rtea TJnlverslty of OCaar tnaC Iowa AaTtcal tural ;