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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1906.
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ANOTHER WET DAY
Rock Island ' Compelled to Lie
Idle Entire Regular Series
PLAN DOUBLE HEADER TODAY
Davenport and Bloomlngton Divide
Honors and Dubuque Drops Two
Springfield Rock Island, rain.
Cedar Rapids, 1; Decatur, 0 (12 in
nings). BJoomington, 5; Davenport, 2 (first
Davenport, 2; Blooinington, 0 (sec
Peoria, 1; Dubuque, 0 (first game),
l'coria, 3; Dubuque. 2 (second game).
Springfield at Rock Island.
Davenport at Blooinington.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
Springfield, 111., Aug. 8 Wet
grounds yesterday caused the postpone
ment of the third game of the series
with Rock lokmd. Both teams remain
ed here with the expectation of playing
a. double header this afternoon.
One Srorr In 12 Inning"-
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 8. Cedar
Rapids played a 12-inning game with
Decatur, winning by two long hits to
left field and an infield out. Score:
CKDAR RAPIDS. R. II. P. A. E.
Lizzitt, rf 0 0 1
Oakes, cf 0 0 3
Shaw, if 0 0 1
Ball, ss 0 1 4
Ronan, 2b 12 2
Berry, c 0 1
Wills, lb 0 2
Spencer, 3b 0 1
Bridges, p 0 0
Owens, p 0 0
Total 1 7
Murphy, if 0 0
Lewee. 2b 0 0
Swacina, lb 0 1
Purtell, 3b 0 0
Syfert, rf 0 2
Fleming cf 0 0
Bryette, ss 0 1
O'Connor, c 0 1
Schreiber, p 0 0
Total 0 534 18 1
One man otit when winning run was
Cedar Rapids . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Decatur 0 u 0 0 0 U o 0 0 0 0 u
Stolen ba:-es Wills, Syfert. Two
base hit Syfert. Double plays Ball
to Bridges; Swacina to Lewee. In
nings pitched By Bridges. 6. Hits
Off Bridges. 3. Struck out By Bridges
2; by Schreiber, 1; by Owens. 2. Bases
on balls Off Bridges, 2; off Schreiber
2. Hit by pitcher By Schreiber, 2
Time of game 1:30. Umpire Car
I0ru Brrnk nt Davenport.
Davenport and Bloomlngton broke
even in a double header. Bloomington
won the first game by bunching hits
and the home team took the second
through the effective pitching of Leli
velt. Home runs by Curtis and Beck
were features. Scores:
Davenrort 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 12 9 3
Bloomington ..10120001 0 5 8
Batteries Eul and Lemon; Wright
Davenport 11000000 2 10 2
Bloomington ..00 00000 00 0 3 1
Batteries Lelivelt and Nieman;
'They don't crack so quick."
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Two Victories for Peoria. .
Dubuque, Iowa, Aug. 8. Dubuque
lost the first game to Peoria through
Inability to hit at critical times. The
second was lost on errors. Scores:
Dubuque .....000000 000 0 7 1
Peoria ....0001000001 4
Batteries Darrah and Hannah; Jae
ger and Thiery.
Dubuque 0 1010000 0 2 9 2
Peoria. 100000 1103 9 3
Batteries Crews and Hannah;
Klinkhaninier and Simon.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Cedar Rapids 53 30
Peoria' 50 3C
Springfitld 44 34
Dubuque 45 41
ROCK ISLAND 39 44
Decatur 33 40
Davenport 34 48
Bloomlngton 34 53
' W. L.
Chicago .70 30
Pittsburg C2 34
New York CI 34
Philadelphia -....46 54
Cincinnati 44 57
Brooklyn 41 5G
St. Louis 37 (55
Boston 34 65
Philadelphia 59 37
New York 57 37
Chicago 5G 43
Cleveland 53 41
Detroit ..4S 48
St. Louis 48 48
Washington 37 58
Boston 26 72
Chicago, 4; Philadelphia. 0.
Detroit, 5; Washington, 6.
St. Ixniis-New York, wet grounds.
New York, 0; Chicago, 9 (forfeited
Philadelphia. 1; St. Ixiuis, 0.
Boston, 5; Pittsburg, 7.
Brooklyn, 1; Cincinnati, 8.
Columbus, 6-6; St. Paul, 0-5.
Kansas City, 5; Louisville. 0.
Omaha, 7; Lincoln, 5.
Pueblo. S; Sioux City, 7.
Denver, 12; Des Moines, 4.
South Bend, 1-3; Evansville. 2-1.
Wheeling. 3-5; Springfield. 6-3.
Clinton. 1; Oskaloosa, 3.
Marshalltown, 6; Keokuk, 0.
Waterloo, 2; Burlington, 5.
DESIRES TO MEET GOLFERS
Representative of Riverside Golf Club
a! r.hlnnn Pavi f.itu a Visit
Malcolm Lawrence, secretary of the
Riverside Golf club of Chicago, has
been here trying to arrange meetings
between teams from Rock Island Ar
senal club and the club he represents.
The Riverside people want to meet
the Islanders later in the season in
five, four, two or one-man matches,
and Mr. Lawrence says that if the la
dies are willing he can arrange match
es for them with the ladies of the RIv-
r. ... t, t ciii,n
ia t -i m a n-tAftr ti f ha IapdI linL'Q CrtTTIO I
time this fall TT la armmnaiiied bv
w H Warri assistant general freight
agent of the' Indiana & Southern, and
Columbus -. .C9 41
Milwaukee 62 4G
Toledo 58 49
Minneapolis ..55 53
Louisville 56 54
Kansas City 52 5S
St. Paul . .. :. 45 62
Indianapolis 37 71
they both are enthusiastic about the not ciasn on Lne poio grouuus ,e.ei
Island links and the style of play put day afternoon in what was to have
up by the men who represent the Isl-
CLUB TO SHOOT LABOR DAY
Plan for Tournament at Watch Tower
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Rock Island 'Gun club, last even
ing, arrangements for the Labor day
shoot were completed, ine meetmj
will be held on the club's range oppo
site the W'atch Tower, and several
prizes will be awarded the winners of
the different events. George Bennett
has donated a sweater valued at $3 and
a shooting jacket valued at $2 for the
winners in the 50-target event, and Lee
Robinson has donated a box of cigars
to the winner in the 100-bird match. I
The regular club membership match
will be held Sunday.
The End of the World
Of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe of
Bear Grove, Iowa, of ail usefulness,
came when he began taking Electric
Bitters. He writes: "Two years ago
kidney trouble caused me great suffer
ing, which I would never have survived
had I not taken Electric Bitters. They
also cured me of general debility.'
Sure cure for all stomach, liver and
kidney complaints, blood diseases,
headache, dizziness and weakness or
bodily decline. Price. 50 cents. Guar
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THREE NEW FACES
Rock . Island Team Recruited
With Members of Kearney,
Neb . Club.
ALL HAVE PROVEN METAL
Joe Zalusky, Knox College Player
Hank Walters to Be Given to
Rock Island has now seven postpon
ed games which it will be necessary to
endeavor to play off, though, if the
double header Is pulled off at Spring
field today there will be but five left.
The coming home series will see sev-
eral double headers .here, the first to
be played Friday with Springfield and
the second Sunday, it is now planned,
1 with Decatur.
I With this situation facing the team,
and with Carlisle out of the game, it
was necessary to bring in some new
I material and President Sexton today
700 1 announced that he would be able to de
646 liver the goods. The new men, who
will be here in time to play tomorrow,
it is said, are Harry Howard, pitcher;
Je Zalusky, Catcher; and Ray Dowers,
1 outfielder, all from the Kearney, Neb.,
independent club of which Cy Black
was captain. All have established rep
utations and it is expected will make
good. They have had their names on
Rock Island contracts for several
weeks but could not. be Induced to re
port till the Kearney team disbanded
which it now has.
7-nliiHky Knox Man.
Zalusky comes as change catcher
lie :"s a rtrong backstop and has ha
several years of experience. His work
first attracted attention as a member
of the Knox college team, when it was
one of the best college aggregations in
the west. He has played football in
Rock Island with the Knox eleven.
To avoid any possible shortaso in
pitchers. Neal has been called m and
will be here tomorrow. He is said to
bo in condition again and readv to en
her the box at any time and win game:s
as. of ycre. The acquisition of another
outfielder, even with Carlisle out, will
give an extra man and it has about
bren decided to turn Hank Walters
over to Decatur. Lewee has wanted
him for some time, and Dank is willing
BARS UMPIRE OUT
New York Loses Game by For
feit to Chicago for Treat
ment of Johnstone.
STIRS UP NATIONAL LEAGUE
McGraw Urged Police to Act on Ground
That He Feared Mob Vio
lence. New York, Aug. S. The game sched
tiled to be played in this city today be
tween the" New York and Chicago
teams of the National Baseball league,
must be played despite the trouble at
the Polo grounds yesterday and only
adverse weather conditions or a for
feit will be permitted to interfere with
the contest, according to a statement
f out n-v J?etoent Pulliam today
PulIIam said the umpires assigned for
today's game will be on hand this af
ternoon and that if the New York
team refuses to play the game will be
forfeited to Chicago. So far as yester
day's game is concerned, Pulliam con
siders the matter settled. He has up
held the decision of Umpire Johnstone
in declaring the game forfeited to Chi
cago and says in the event of his deci
sion not being upheld by the National
Prague waiu ui unei vurs
he will re-
I .Vila rwcitlrn n nrnainDnf
Barred Off Field.
New York. Aug. 8. The Chicago and
New York National league teams did
een ine tnim game 01 me presem
series, ine iew xorit emu reiuscu m
allow Umpire Johnstone upon the
grounds, and from outside the gates he
officially declare the game forfeited
to Chicago by the score or 9 to 0
Johnstone's decisions yesterday created
a good deal of ill feeling
Manager McGraw of the New Yorks
i v incuEdi v
J. P. Sexton
i . .
cnose one of his men, Utility Player
Strang, to umpire the game, and asked
Manager Chance of the Chicagos to
pick one of his men to act with Strang
in the capacity as umpire. To this
Chance stoutly refused, saying he
would not allow McGraw to dictate
terms for a game, but would play with
the league's official umpires In charge
or not play at all.
Crowd 1m Turned Anax.
The New York club would not per
mit Johnstone to enter the grounds,
even when it became evident that a
crowd of 11,000, who had paid their
money to see a ball game, would have
to be turned ' away. Robert Eraslie,
Johnstone's associate, was admitted
upon the field, but he refused to have
anything to do with the game so long
as the gates were barred to his col
league. Player Strang of the New Yorks call
ed upon the teams' to play, but, of
course, the Chicago players paid no at
tent!on to him. but. instead, left the
field. Strang announced the game for
feited to New York by the same score
by which Mr. Johnstone, the regularly
appointed umpire, had awarded It to
Chicago. The affair is certain to come
before the board of directors of the
league'for final settlement.
Inspector Obey Orilrm.
Police Inspector Sweeney, when seen
later on, said that he had not taken the
initiative in preventing Umpire John
stone from entering the grounds, but
added that it was at the request of the
management of the New York club that
he had acted as he did.
Klclit lit fluxion.
Boston, Aug. 8. Following yester
day's National league baseball game
between Boston and Pittsburg on tli
South End grounds, there was a per
sonal encounter between Manager and
First Baseman Teuney of the Boston
team and Umpire Klem. Tenney ac
cused Klem of neglecting to deliver
over to him the balls used in the game,
which are always considered the prop
erty of the local club. He then at
tempted forcibly to search the um
An exchange of blows followed, and
Klem, it is alelged. threw one of the
balls at Tenney, hitting him in the face.
Both men bear marks of the encounter,
which, it is expected, will be the sub
ject of reports to President Pulliam of
the National league by the umpire and
by the Boston management.
FROM THE DOPE BOX
Manager Stahl of the Washington
Americans, is after Jones, the Sprin:
field pitcher, and is said to have of
fered Donnelly $2,000 for him.
Bill Ludwig is out of the game for
the season, having had his little finger
amputated. Donnelly urged him to do
this at the beginning of the year. The
injured member has caused his falling
off in fielding ai;d hitting.
Harry Stauffer is no longer a Three
Eye leaguer, his release having been
given him yesterday by President Dan
B. Horne of the Davenport club. Stauf
fer was the only member of the origi
nal Davenport aggregation left, and had
been with the team- continuously since
the league was launched with the ex
ception of last year, when he went with
Cedar Rapids. A deal was on to trade
a Hock island player lor mm, nut
the Davenport end failed to
make good. With Stauffer went
Ski Bennett, who was secured
from Springfield in the trade for Ruby,
Bennett is good enough in the field
but has not been hitting up to the re
quired standard. .
STAY TO THE SEMI-FINALS
Leon and Ardo Mitchell Play Good
Golf for Lake County Cup.
David R. Forgan and Alden B. Swift
of Onwentsia will meet Ned Sawyer
and William P. Schatz of Wheaton in
the final match for the Lake county
cup on Friday morning, and a win for
the former pair will give the trophy
permanently to the Onwentsia club. In
tho semi-final matches yesterday For
gan and Swift defeated Gordon Cope-
land and F. G. Howell of Skokie 2 up
and 1 to play, while the Wheaton team
won from Leon and Ardo Mitchell of
Rock Island 5 up and 4 to play.
Rock Island players are competing
n the qualifying round for the May
flower and subordinate cups in a field
of 132 of tho best golfers in the middle
Injured at Boat Yard.
Henry Hanshaw. 709 Ninth avenue,
: accidentally had his right foot caught
i. h . used to hanaie boats at
the Kahlktrboat yard, yesterday after-
noon about 4:30. Hij foot was badly
crushed. He was removed to his home
in the ambulance.
Summer Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the Rum
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M. O. Stockland, pastor of the First
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writes: "We have used Chamberlain's
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for several years and find It a very val
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