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THE ARGUS, FItlDAY, APRIL 20, 190G.
FAIL TO UONNECT
Remarkably Light Hitting
Part of Islanders Civet
Gam a to Freeport.
MAKES TWO OF THE SERIES
Error Column Shows Four to One for
Victors Neither Side Is Heavy
With the Bat.
Freeport. 111., April 20. (Special.) By
making twice (is many hits as Rock Island
Freeport scored another victory over
the visitors yesterday. Scott and Leth
irby were both practically invincible
a far as the Islanders were concerned,
Shaitb. Swalm and RolamI being the
only ones to make any kind of con
o Heavy initios.
There was no heavy hit tins in the
contest on either side, Freeport's total
being six and in the entire game there
vere only two extra ba.se hits. Free
rrt"8 victory was pulled out in spite
or the fact that the error column shows
four to the one for the Islanders.
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. H. P. A. E
Shaub, If 4 01 0 0
alile,cf , 3 0 0 3 1 0
Swaiai, Tf . 4 0 1 0 0 0
Wanner. 2b 1 1 0 1 3 0
Vandine, 3b 2 0 0 -13 0
McCelland, lb 3 0 0 12 0 0
Roland, ss 3 0 1 2 3 1
Amey, c 3 0 0 5 1 0
-Forney 0 1 0 0 0 0
Seltz, p 1 0 0 0 -2 0
Lakaff.p ..." - 0 0 0-3 0
Total ........"26 1 3 24 10 1
Batted for Amey in ninth.
FREEPORT. AB. R. II. P. A. E.
Ives, ,cf 3 0 1 2 0 0
Moriarity, ss 3 1 1 3 4 1
Gwinn, lb 4 1 1 12 0 2
Erickson, c 2 1 1 8 4 0
Schoonhoven, 2b. ..4 010 3 0
Rcld, 3b 3 0 0 1 2 0
Irow. If 3 0 0 1 0 1
Oucker. rf 3 01 0 0 0
Scott, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Letherby, p 1 0 0 0 4 (
Total 2S 3 C 27 18 4
Score by innings:
lock Island ..'..0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 i
7rceport .0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 i
Bases stolen Freeport. 4. Two bast
lit Gwinn. Three base hit Mori
irity. Double play Letherby to Mori
irity to Gwinn. Bases on balls Off
letherby. 4; off Scott, 2; off Seitz, 1;
iff Lakaff, 2. Struck out By Lethei
y, 2; by Scott, 3; by Seitz, 3: by I .a
iaff, 2. Hit by pitched ball By Leth
jrby. 1. Wild- pitches Seitz am'
Scott. Sacrifice hits Moriarity, Mc
Clelland, Seitz. Umpire Allen.
Davenport Alaa L.oeM.
Iowa City, Iowa. April 20 The Dav
enport leaguers lost the third game of
the scries- to the university team yes
terday in a whirlwind finish. With
the score a tie in. the eighth inning
"Mike" Kellcy." the varsity first base
man, hit the first bail pitched for a
home run. It was the longest hit of
the season and as pretty a drive as
ever was seen on Iowa field. Parks
was steady and stingy with hits. Score:
Iowa 11001011 05 C . 4
Davenport 10 0 2 10 0 0 0 4 4 1
Batteries Kirk, Parks and Brugge
man; Lelivelt and Snooks. Umpire
Decatur 2 000 0 2 00 4 9 I
Keokuk .00 0 0100 001 3 3
Batteries Syfert, Romar and Han
nah; Desmond, Burch and Morgan.
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TAW FOR TOWER
Black Hawks Comprising Fastest
Amateur Ball Players Be
PLAY WEEKLY IN NEW PARK
Manager J. H. Normoyle Gathering a
Strong Aggregation Season
" Opens May 6.
Amat,eur baseball will receive a de
cided impetus as a result of the action
of Manager Lardner of the Tri-Citj
Railway company in promoting the na-j
tional game at the Watch Tower this
summer. A team known as the Black
.Hawks, made up of the best locar ama
teur talent, is being organized by J. II
Normoyle, who has been commissioned
as manager, and the fastest teams noi
in the professional class will be met
at the new park that is now being mad
west of tiie main grounds at the tower.
Games will -be played Sundays and holi
days, the season opening May 6.
The park will be one of the prettiest
imaginable. It will be located south oi
the car tracks on the brow of the hill
extending east of the old Sears home
stead. The stables have been remov
ed and the ground is being graded.
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fe? jjVfr wettrTv Clot
Vhcn this is completed the whole will j Terre
e fenced with wire net. The peculiar
hape of the grounds will make it pos
ible for from 5,000 to 10,000 persons
o witness a came, there being a nat-
ral amphitheater. Bleachers will be
reeled at the west side, the plate be
ns in the northwest corner, with a
tigh backstop in the rear.
;oI ( Imncr Tor Homer.
About the only objection that could
e found with the grounds will be "he
learness of the right field fence to the
)late. Left-handed batters will be able
o put long hits over, and when they
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t. will not stop till it reaches Itock
The team that Manager Normoyle is
retting together will be fast, Among
he members will be Jimmie Dudley of
Javenport, who was thought good
nough to be given a trial in the box
y the Davenport Three-Eye league
earn, other players from Davenport
vill be Cleo McCor.mick, catcher; llcn-
y Druths and Cawley. u pitcher of con
siderable ability. McCormick was
atcher and captain for the Muscatine
cam last year. Melville Hunt, captain
f the pennant-winning Galva team of
he Henry county league last year, has
een signed. The Rock Inland mem
bers, in add. turn to the manager, will
e Art Salzmann, Roy Marshall, Char
ie Samik, Will Scott, Jack MeCinley,
nul W. 10. Hogan. Marcus Drough will
e mascot. City headquarters of the
cam will be at Wilhitc & Mason's ci-
Ciinipnn.v ItnrkM Triim.
The suits have been ordered.
vill be gray, with rco. trimmings
Pri-City Railway company will
he team financially, meeting all cx-
icnses both of the home ami visiting
cams, and putt'ng up a prize of sub-
-tantial proportions for each game.
The aggregation that will be met on
he date of the opening of the park,
May C, lias not been selected.
Haute and the latter team is
trying to buy his release. It will not
be given, however, by Decatur. Guy
Lewis, an outfielder or pitcher of the
University of Wisconsin, .has been
signed by Decatur.
Vicksburg has given up its claim on
Frank Belt, manager of Jacksonville,
upon agreement that Hagcl will return.
Hagtl was given a trial by Bloomington
during the close of last season.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Pittsburg . .
New York . .
St. Louis . .
Brooklyn . . .
Louisville, April 20. Because Man
ager Kelly of Minneapolis refused to
obey the order of President O'Brien of
the American association and vacate
the bench. Umpire Owens forfeited the
game to Iouiavilie by the score of 9
to 0. The national arbitration commit
tee ruled recently that Kelly has no
SCHRECK-GARDNER BOUT OFF
Referee Declares It "No Contest" at
Boston, Mass., April 20. Realizing;
that the principals were not giving the
spectators their money's worth, or
even making a pretense to do so. Ref
eree Flaherty stopped last night's bout
at the Lincoln club, Chelsea, in the
second and declared it "no contest."
The principals in this feature bout
were Mike Schrtck of Chicago and
George Gardner of Cambridge. Both
weighed In at 170 in the afternoon and
a big crowd turned out to see them
battle. Gardner was not in good con
dition, and Schreck, rather than land
a knockout blow, humanely tapped
him gently and refused to tend over
the punch in the first round, which
probably would have cent Gardner
down and out. This magnanimous ac
tion on the part of the Chicagoan cobt
him the battle.
Mike Sullivan Beats Smith.
Pueblo, Col.. April 20. Mike (Twin)
Sullivan knocked out Rube Smith of
Denver in the 18th round of a 20-round
go last night. '
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St. Louis 0
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DOPE FOR THE FANS.
Dan Keeler of D.ivpiumrl i.-; in re-!
eipt of a letter from Pitcher Ed
lughes, now a member of the Boston
Americans, in which the former Dav
enport player expresses dissatisfaction
with his present position and is
mxious to get away but the Boston
management icfuscs to release him.
Hughes stated in his letter that a
western player has no show in the
:ast. He Is in excellent condition but
s given no opportunity to show what
ae can do and hi !s kept on the bench
lersey City has offered M.inager Col-
ins $S00 for Hughes' release but the
jffer was refused. Numerous other
lubs have also been after Hughes, and
ilthough Eddie is anxious to get away.
he Boston management insists on
;ceping him as a bench warmer.
Copeland, the outfielder who was
jiven a trial by Dubuque to succeed
Reagan, holding out for more salary.
las made good and has been signed.
Lord, of Little Rock, is a pitcher just
signed for a tryout.
As Hopedale went wet, it is prob
ably certain that Catcher Fred Dono
van will remain, in business there and
not play with the Bloomers.
Owing to a surplus of talent, Charles
McCafferty, who was purchased by
Detroit of the American league from
Evansville, has been transferred to
Toronto in the Eastern league and will
be allowed1 to remain there until need
ed by Detroit.
Thorntoa Is trying to catch on with
Kansas City 2
St. Paul 2
0 1 .000
St. Ixuis, 4; Chicago. 1.
Brooklyn, 8; New York, 5.
Cincinnati. 8; Pittsburg. 2.
Philadelphia. 4; Boston. 1.
Detroit, 3: Chicago, 1.
Cleveland, 5; St. Louis. 1.
WaiJilngton.il; Philadelphia, 10 (10
Bosfcn, 2; New York, 0 (morning
Boston, 3; New York, 1 (afternoon
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Ph"nc west 224.
St. Paul. C; Indianapolis. 2.
Kansas City. 5; Columbus, 2.
Milwaukee, C; Toledo, 5.
Louisville, 9; Minneapolis, 0
Sunday, April 22.
Devil's Island Torture
Is no worse than the terrible case of
piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
I was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar
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"Itching hemorrhoids were the,plague
of my life. Was almost wild. Doan's
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manently, after doctors had failed."
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ties, N. Y.
Mnlinee sad ftltcht.
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Scat sale Friday. Phone went 221.