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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AFRIT 29, 1907.
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ARTHUR BURR ALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colons, Ilk
WIN OUT BY A RUN
slanders Have Difficulty in De
feating Davenport in
UMP'S WORK IS DEADLY
Both Tenms Bat Well and Field Clean
ly Same Old Ninth Inning
In a royal battle with the umpire the
Uock Island leaguers yesterday defeat
cd Walt Davis' Game Wardens at the
ball park across the river, 2 to 1. Nahr
ang, part owner of the ' Davenport
team, officiated as indicator holder, and
what he didn't do to Rock Island isn't
worth mentioning. But even without
his assistance the Independents mad.';
a surprisingly good showing. They hit
the ball hard and were guilty of no
bungles that could be properly chalked
up as errors.
Both Lundin, who heaved for Rock
Island, and Reese, who officiated in the
anie capacity for Davenport, were
rather roughjy handled, but kept the
hingles well scattered. A score was
made by each team in the third and
the tie held up to the ninth, when Rock
Island forced Vandine over for the win
Rock Island's score in the third came
about through a hit by Berger, who
opened the session. Eng forced him
at second, but Lundin rapped one out
for two sacks and Kng reached home
on a slow return of the ball. Wanne
and Murphy both failed to connect, and
the side was out.
I:iv-iir i:vrnx I p.
In Davenport's half Reese oueued
with a safe one. Kerrigan rolled an
easy one to Berger, who juggled it till
the runner was safe. Davis grounded
out to Tighe. J. Kerrigan struck out
and the Rock Island contingent breath
ed more easily. But Dudley was next,
and his drive went into safe territory,
resulting in a score.
The ninth was Davenport's finish,
just as it used to be. Vandine opened
tilings with a slam for two sacks, and
Tighe smeared for one. Dowers rolled
a bunt down to Reese and Van came in
on the out. Reese made a two-bagger
in Davenport's half of the ninth, but
two were already down and the batter
who followed was an easy out. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Wanner. 2b 4
.Murphy, If 4
Spanton. rf 4
Vandine. 3b 4
Tighe. lb 4
Dowers, cf 4
Ens, c . . .
Lundin. n .
..35 2 10 27 11
DAVENPORT. AB. II. H. PO. A.
A. Kerrigan, cf 5 0 1 5 0
Davis, 3b 4 0 1 2 0
.1. Kerrigan, ss 4 0 1 2 4
Dudley, if 1 0 2 1 0
Potts, II) 4 0 1 S 1
Naven, 2b 4 I) 0 2 0
L( wis. If 4 ft 1 0 0
Giese, c 4 0 1 7 2
Reese, p 4 1 3 0 3
Totals 37 1 11 27 10
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 ft
Davenport 0 ft
0 0 i 0 1) l2
ft ft 0 0 0 01
Hits by innings:
Rock Island ...0 0 :; 1 1 1 0 1 310
Davenport 11211112 1 U
Summary Bases on balls, off Reese
1. Two base hits Dudley. Reesj,
Vandine, and Lundin. Double plays -Lundin
to Berger to Tighe. Struck
out By Lundin 0, by Reese 7. Hit b;.
pitched ball Spanton. Stolen ba:cs--Tighe
1. Umpire Nahrgang. Time
of game 1:40. Attendance 450.
Olhrr Tlirer-K.vr Tmiiin Tiny.
Frecport 2 ft 1 ft 0 ft ft 3 C 1 ft 3
Dubuque OlOftftOOOO 1 5 V
Batetries Warhop and Sterk;
gin, Beisser, Parnis and Johnson.
AT BLOOM INGTON.
Bloomington ..3 0 02 0 1 ftO 6 7 S
Jacksonville . .0 0 0 ft 0 1 ft l ft 2
Batteries Syfcrt, Kcstner and Don
ovan; McCarthy, Akers and Belt.
Peoria 2 4 0 0 2 0 ft 2 10 12
Keokuk 1 0001 0000 2 S '
Batteries Moore and Simmons:
Burch and Williams.
Decatur . ... ft 0 1 2 7 1 ft 3 1 4 1 ft
Pana 0001 00000 1 2
Batteries Schricber. Bomar
Powell; Miller and Miller.
BILLY M:AL HAD IT OX "KM.
Dnvrnport 1 nnlile to Connect 'With
t'urveN Saturday null Wn .shut Out.
Rock Island defeated the Davenport
Independents in easy fashion Satur
day, the relative ability of the aggrega
tions being more nearly shown in the
score than in the other contests plav
ed. The score was 5 to 0. Neal al
lowed but three hits, while Cawley who
opposed him, delivered a pretty good
article, being touched safely but sevn
times. The features of the game were
three double plays, one by Rock Island
and two by Davenport. Score:
Rock Island. R. H. P. A. E
Wanner, 2bv 1 1 2 8 0
Murphy, If 1 1 0 O f.
Swalm. rf 0 1 0 o (
Vandine. 3b' 0 I 1 5 (1
Tighe, lb 0 1 1C Oft
Spanton, cf 2 0 5 0 I
Berger, ss 0 2 1 3 1
Forney, c '. 0 0 2 0 i
N'eal. n 1 0 0 1 0
Total 5 7 27 17
Davenport R. II. P. A.
A. Kerrigan, cf 0
Davis, 3b 0
McCarl, ss 0
Dudley, if 0
Potts, lb 0
Naven, 2b 0
Lewis, If 0
Giese, c 0
Cawley, p 0
Total 0 3 27 13 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 1 0 01 0 2 1 0 r
Davenport 0 0 o 0 0 o o 0 0 n
Summary: Sacrifice hits Davis
anner. Bases on balls Off Cawley.
3: off Xeal. 2. Struck out By Caw
ley, C; by N'eal, 5. Double plays
Davis-Giese-Potts; Potts-Cnwlcy ; Van-
dine-Wanner-Tighe. Stolen bases A.
Kerrigan, Wanner, Murphy, 4, Sv.alm
Spanton. Hit by pitcher Spanton
Passed balls Giese. Wild pitch
Cawley. Time of game 1:30. Urn
Other Siiiurdny liainm,
Cedar Rapids defeated Marshall
town Saturday at Cedar Rapids by
score of 9 to 0.
Springfield defeated Burlington Sat
urday 4 to 1.
RECORD OF THE
. NATIONAL LEAGUE.
New York 10
St. Ixniis 3
Chicago ) j
Philadelphia S 4
New York 7 4
Detroit S 5
Cleveland 5 7
Washington 4 7
Boston 4 S
St. Louis 4 10
Columbus S 2
Louisville 5 :;
Indianapolis 5 4
Toledo G 5
Milwaukee 5 (i
Kansas City 3 4
St. Paul 4 7
Minneapolis 2 7
Chicago. 3: Detroit, 1.
St. Louis, 3.2; Cleveland. 0-1.
St. Louis, 2-0; Chicago, 3-1.
Cincinnati, 1; Pittsburg, 5.
Columbus. 3; Kansas Cit v. 5.
Milwaukee, 1; Indianapolis, 4.
Louisville, 2; St. Paul. 5.
Toledo. 5; Minneapolis, 7.
Terre Haute. S; South Bend, 1.
Canton, ft; Springfield. 2.
Kvansville. 5; Grand Rapids,
Wheeling, 3; Dayton, 2.
Omaha-Denver, wet grounds.
Sioux City, 5; Pueblo, 1G.
ON A LOCAL DIAMOND
Team Made up of Bridge Workers De
feated by the 1919's a New
Murray s 1919 team won yesterday
morning at the Ninth .street diamond
...in nit- iiimuiue .orin stars l.; to
11. The latter team was made up uf
men employed on the new bridge at
byivan slough. tirogan and Collie m
formed the battery for the local team
and Beedman and Baram for the T)n
buquers. The 1919's are ready to play
any other amateur aggregation in tin
One for Greenbush Stars.
In a game played at the Ninth street
race track yesterday the Grcenbuh
Stars won from the Ninth street team
i. ii. i . ,
i. i ue lopsmeu score ot 13 to 5.
Manager R. Stapleton of the Grefi-
bush team desires matches with other
amateurs. The Greenbush aggregation
lines up as follows: Bourdeau. cf:
Hughes, If; Gum toe, rf; McGinnis. 3b.
Homer, 2b; Huber. ss; Clayburn, lb;
btaplcton, p and C. McGinnis, c.
Boys Play 10 Innings. -
Saturday afternoon the Happy Cor
ners defeated the Hawthorne Indepen
dents by a score of 5 to 3. both teams
I.ninn- 1 . -
"v.", -viiiFWDtn in uutb 1101 over 1 .
years of age. On account of the sco.-c
being a tie in the ninth inning, an ex
tra one had to be played. The Happy
corners made two runs in the tenth.
The batteries for the teams wen
Happy Corners. Jensen and Thre:
Hawthorne Independents, Lamp and
Play Close Game.
The West Ends and Strollers played
ul close and interesting game at the
former's grounds yesterday afternoon
, i .. . . .....
in" ifii lire oi wnicn. in audition '..t
(Continued on rage Eight)
WON BY SENIORS
Upper Classmen Lead Juniors
by 11 Ppoints In High School
SOPHS TAKE LAST PLACE
Points for Winners, Shinstrom
Makes 36, Winning Individual
Honors The Records.
The seniors won the high
annual interclass track
at the Ninth street track yesterday af
ternoon with a score of 11 points high
er than their nearest rivals, the. jun
tors, ine score oi me various clashes
was as follows; senoirs, 40; juniors
35; sophomores, 13; freshmen, 27
Of the points for the seniors, Shinstrom
made 30, taking the individual honors of
the meet. Paul surprised every
one in the hammer and the shot, tak
ing third in the h.Taimer and second in
the shot put. Paul has been out to
practice only a few times this season.
Ehlcb also was a big surprise in t'je
pole vault, going in simply to nil up
the places and taking second with a
record of 8 feet 2 inches. He has done
no practicing this season. Liitt did
very well in high jump, the standing
broad jump, the running broad juirp
ind the pole vault, his record in these
events being in the high jump, 5 ftot
indies; in the standing, broad, 8 fe;;t
10'4 inches; in the running broad, IS
feet S'i inches, and in the pole vault
) feet. He attempted to go 9 feet 0
inches, and went over the bar, but in
dropping he scraped the stick and
knocked it off. Every one was well sa'
islied with the records made consider
ing the fact that a great many of the
boys who entered have never doue any
track work and all have had little train
ing on account of the cold weather.
The ItoconlM lailr.
The records in the various events
were as tollows:
Hammer throw shinstrom, senior,
first; E. Fraser, junior, second; Paul,
sophomore, third. Distance, !t) ftet
Discus throw Shinstrom, first; C-il
lins, sophomore, second; Brennan, jun
ior, third. Distance, !H feet lo inches
Shot put Shinstrom, first; Paul, sec
end; Liitt, freshman, third. Distance
30 feet GVi inches.
50 yard dash Shinstrom, first ; Steen-
burg, freshman, second; E. Fraser
third. Time. seconds.
Mile run Hubbard, junior, first; An
gel, senior, second; Drips, sophomore
third. Time, 5:07.
loft yard dash Shinstrom, first: E
Fraser, second ; Steenburg. third. Tim
1 1 seconds.
220 yard hurdles, first heat Angel
first; Brennan, second; Wilnierton, jun
ior, third. Time. 3ft seconds.
22ft ..yard hurdlles, second heat CjI
lins, first; Larkia, junior, second; Rich
sophomore, third. Time, 32 seconds.
20 yard hurdles, finals Angel, first;
Larkin, second; Collins, third. Time,
Half mile run Hubbard, first; Me
Candless, junior, second; Drips, third
Standing broad jump Liitt, fir-t
Shinstrom, second; Steenburg, third
Distance, S feet 10 'A inches.
22ft yard dash Shinstrom. first; Hub
bard, second; Steenburg, third. Time,
Pole vault. Liitt, first; Ehlcb. junior,
second; Jah.is. senior, third. Height. 0
410 yard dash Hubbard, first; Shin
strom, second; Angel, third. Time. 5S
Running broad jump Liitt, first: E
Iraser, second: Shinstrom, third. Dio-
tance. 18 feet S'i inches.
Running high jump Liitt. first; Ster
ling, sophomore, second; Jensen, senior,
and McCandless tied for third nlace.
Height. 5 feet 5 inches.
' large crown ot students and en
thusiasts witnessed the meet. Mem
bers of the faculty acted as officials
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
lip O.Neil. the former White Sox-
player, has been benched by Manager
Dundon of Minneapolis for indifferent
wuminue claims a clause in the re
lease of Outfielder Davidson by whic'i
he agreed not to play with any othi
'I' t- r . . 1 . . r.
ni t v-n. e league team anu secreta -v
Farrell of the National association, his
upheld the objections to the player
remaining with Peoria. Dubuque wlii
waive the clause for the services of
Pitcher Cadwallader. whom Donnel
ly tried out a couple of times when
managing Rock Island, has received
his release from the Minneapolis team
He will go back to the Western asso
I hird Baseman Beecher, commonlv
known in the Three-Eye as "Scran
Iron." having been a member of the
Terre Haute club when that city was
in the Three-Eye. has been award 'd
to the New Orleans club and will
play there the coming season.
Manager Donovan of Bloomington has
received word from Des Moines that
Third Baseman O'Leary may repoit
soon. His arm is slightly lame and h-i
wishes a little rest before reporting.
Secretary Miller has completed tho
instructions to umpires of the Three-
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Makes Net Score of 78 in Saturday'!
Match for Men at Rock Island
Dr. A. H. McCandless of this ciy
with a net score of "S won the second
men s handicap match at the Rock In
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score, 91. Following are the scores i'l
Gross. Hdcp. X 'T.
A. H. McCandless 21 VS
W alter Chambers !;)
E. W. Hurst loo
Nath. French loo
E. C. Mueller .H
I. L. Thatcher !)5
F. W. Bahnsen 10U
J. H. Trimble loi'
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J. H. Haas ltS
G. W. Burr 07
H. G. Pape 101
W. II. Snider H!
J. X. Van Pa' ten ...100
C. J. Cooper lfwi
Frank Mixter 103'
E. B. Hay ward 107
F. C. Denkmann ..... 99
W. E. Snider 110
W. D. Middleton- 97
W. L. Allen 109
C. A. Barnard 93
E. B. Babbitt 110
W, L. Velie 93
C. K. Mixter ,..P lor,
ri. L. Eyster ins'
Otto Huber Ill
J. L. Hecht Ill
W. It. Alexander 111
M. L. Williams 118
A. L. Moore Ill .
C. B. Schmidt 103
L. T. Hillman 117
Henry Stetch 127
Harry Ains worth ....121
Gus Tegeler 107
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two years took place Saturday night at
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Davenport High School Wins.
Davenport high school defeated th.!
Si. Ambrose college team at the new
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