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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1907.
AFTER THE YEARS OF
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UP IN A BALLOON
Errors in First Inning Give Sun
day Game at Clinton
THOUGH SCORE WAS TIED UP
Thousand Rock Island Fans Visit Up-
river City and Root Long and
Loud But in Vain.
Decatur at Hock Island.
Springfield at Clinton,
liloomiugtem at Dubuque.
I oria at Cedar Hapids.
Clinton. June o. By a series of foir
costly errors in the last half of the
first inning at Clinton yesterday after-
noon, the Islanders lost to the Infants
by a scoie of 4 to 5. However the
wining score was not made rntil tho
last of the ninth inning. Vandine and
Wanner had an off day and their com
bined bungles contributed largely to
the result. The Islanders played in
exceedingly hard hick.
It was not on hits that the Infants
pulled in their four runs in the first in
ning. Stauffer for the Infants was h
eight times, for singles and once for
three bagger, while Lundin on the slab
for the Islanders was touched up on y
five times for effective hits. Dower.,
for the Islanders, hit Stauffer in til.
fourth inning for a three bagger. The
ball for a time looked as if it was g.)
ing to clear the fence for a home run.
but alas, it struck about two feet fro-:
Ti-1 li In Fourth.
The Islanders scored twice in tlu
third and a like number in the fourui.
For four inning neither side was able
to score. In the last half of the nint i
with two men down and the Infant
batting Crockett was given transpor
tation to nrst sack, ogei tut tor a
two bagger, advancing Davy to tlii.-.l
sack, i urns new til Su.i m ami ntt'-"-
tne bail was eaugnt, Crockett came
home for the winning run, although
Swalm tried hard to cut him off with a
throw from the outfield. The attend
ance at the game was about 2,!)00.
TlioiiMiiml From Here.
Fully 1.000 were present to root for
the Islanders, and they did all in thoir
nwer to help them win. Clinton c-in
thank the balloon in the first inning for
their victory. The score:
HOCK ISLAND. R. H. P. A. E.
Swalm. rf 0
0 1 0 0
2 0 0 )
0 13 0 0
0 0 5 1
2 2 10
15 3 0
1 1 0 --0
2 2 C 0
Murphy, If 1
O'Leary, lb 0
Vandine, lib 0
Wanner, 2b 0
Eng. c 1
Berger, ss 0
Dowers, cf 1
Lundin, p 1
Totals 4 925 17 1
CL1XTOX. R. II. P. A. E.
Burg, ss 0 0 0 1 I
Lewis, If 0 0 3 0 0
Crockett, lb 2 1 8 0 0
Vogel, 2b 1 2 3 0 o
Curtis, cf 1 0 2 0 0
Webber, if 1 1 3 0 0
Hatred, 3b 0 1 0 1 1
Smith, c 0 0 4 0 0
Stauffer p 0 0 4 C 0
Totals 5 5 27 S 2
'One out. when winning run was
Rock Island 00 2 2 0 0 0 0 04
Clinton 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15
Two-base hits Vogel, 2. Three-base
hits Webber, Dowers. Struck out
by Lundin. 2; by Stauffer. 2. Bases on
balls off Lundin, 3. Double plays
Lundin to Berger; Stauffer to Crock
ett. Time 1:30. Umpire Allen.
Seen by the KxrurMlonlntN.
Those who invaded Clinton had the
satisfaction of rooting for the league
leaders, which no home crowd has had
so far. Rock Island was on top for
one day as a result of winning Satur
day while Decatur did not play. Yes
terday's result reversed the situation
So long as the? present disparity of
games played exists there can he no
more ties between Rock Island and
Decatur. t ;
Rock Islanders are deeply impress -.1
with the scoring done at. Clinton.
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Ainoug other things they wonder how
it was possible to avoid giving Dowers
a three-bagger for his long hit. H
made third easily and would have tried
for home if Tighe had not stoppc.1
The Rock Islanders wore their boost
er tags all day. They did not take
them off and leave them at the ba'.l
lot as some of the Clintonites did here
Clinton places the attendance at ?,-
000. Hully gee wonder what Rock In
land's Memorial day figures woul 1
have heen computed on the sam?
OiiIm l.eme In 1. InnlngM.
Cedar Rapids, June 3. Cedar Rapids
won from Dubuque, 5 to 4, in an excit
ing pitchers' battle, Jones weakening in
the 15th. Score:
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P.
Davis, If o 1 4
Oakes, cf, ss 0 1 4
Shaw, rf 1 0 1
Howard, 2b 1 1 5
Lizzett, lb 1 1 21
Simon, c 1 2 ?,
Kruger, ss 0 0 2
Crandall, cf l l l
Spencer, ub 0 :i 3
-viiers, p o 2 1 4 0
Owens, J) o 0 0 0 0
45 2C 3
DlTRrciCE. R. H. P. A.
Lone, cf 1 3 4 1
Hadley, ss 11 1 4 5
Fleming, If 1 1 1 0
Uosse, lb 0 0 IS 0
(Jenins, 2b 1 2 3 7
White, 3b 1 2 1 1
Stark, c 0 oil 1
Boeckwitz, rf 0 0 0 0
Jones, p 0 1 0 r
..4 10 42 20
Ced. Rapids .0000 1 0020001 00 15
Dubuque . . .0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04
Stolen bases Davis, Oakes, Howard,
Simon, White, Stark. Two-base hits
Uenlns. Miers. Lizzett, Crandall. Three
base hit Fleming. Double plays
Spencer-Howard-Lizzett. Innings pitch
edby Miers. 13. Hits off Miers, S.
Struck out by Miers, 2; by Jones, 7
Bases tin balls off Miers. 3; off Jones
4. Wild pitch Jones. Umpire Set
Outplayed, Hut Win.
Peoria, 111., June 3. Peoria out hit De
catur and played a cleaner game all
through than did the Commodores, but
could not win the game. Ixnig and Par
son both pitched good ball. Score:
Thiery. rf 1
:: 0 0
Davidson. If 0
Hewer, 3b 1
Swacina, lb 0
Egan, 2 b 0
Donnelly, cf 0
Erickson, c 0
Raymond, ss 0
I-ong. p 0
Totals 2 10 27 11 1
DECATUR. R. II. P. A.E.
Moore, ss 0 1 5 1 0
Prout, 2b 1 0 0 3 1
Jeffrys, rf 2 0 2 0 0
Tenent, lb 0 :$ 7 0 1
Wagner, If 0 2 3 0 0
Purtell, 3b 0 1 1 2 1
Krebs. cf 0 1 3 0 0
Powell, c 0 0 f, 1 0
Parson, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 3 S 27 8 3
Peoria 10 0 00010 02
Decatur 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0::
Two-base hit Erickson. Sacrifice
hits Prout, Davidson. Stolen base
Purtell. First base on balls off Par
son, 1 ; off Long, 2. Hit by pitched ball
by Lmg, 2. Struck out bv Long. 5:
by Parsons, 4. Double play-Swacina t j
Egan. Umpire Carruthers. Time
Xel Win Good, of Courne.
Bloomington, III., June 3. Spring
field could do nothing with Nelson un
til the ninth, when four hits yielded
two runs. The score:
BLOOMINGTON. R. II. p. A.E.
L. Donovan. 2b 0 0 0 2 0
Herbert, 3b 0 0 3 3 0
Conners, If 0 1 2 1 0
Beck, lb 0 19 0 1
Syfert, cf 0 1 1 0 0
F. Douovon, c 0 0 2 1 0
Wilson, c 0 1 0 0 0
Snyder, ss 0 0 4 1 0
Humes, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Nelson, p 0 0 0 6 1
Totals 0 4 27 14 2
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E.
Thornton, cf 0 0 5 0 0
Ruby, If l 2 1 1 0
Doyle, 3b 0 1 0 2 1
Novacek, rf 0 0 1 0 0
Smith, lb 1 1 12 2 0
Hughes, 2b 0 2 5 7 0
Scharnweber, ss 1 0 2 3 0
Ludwig, c 0 0 1 1 0
Beecher, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 3 C 27 19 1
Bloomington 00 000 00000
Springfield 001 0000023
Struck out by Nelson. 8; by Beech
er, 1. Bases on balls off Nelson. 2; o!I
Beecher. 1. Hit by pitched ball
Smith. Double plays Herbert to Beck,
Nelson to Snyder to Beck. Wild pitch
Nelson. Time 1:45. Umpire
TIMELY HITTIXfi WOS SATI'IIDA Y.
En. Vandine, and Berjrer Drove In
Score With Well Placed Swats.
The Islanders played the Infants off
their feet in Saturday's game, Eng for
the Islanders featured in hitting hard
at times when hits counted for run?.
Howard was on the slab for the locals
and he twirled an exceptionally steady
game letting Clinton down with five
RECORD OF THE
' PENNANT RACES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Decatur 20 8
Rock Island 20 9
Clinton 17 12
Peoria 16 12
Cedar Rapids 10 14
Springfield 13 13
Bloomington 5 20
Dubuque 5 23
Chicago 27 12
Cleveland 25 15
Detroit 21 15
New York 19 17
Philadelphia 19 1.8
St. Louis 10 24
Boston 13 2C
Washington 10 23
Chicago 30 9
New York 28 11
Philadelphia 21 15
Pittsburg 19 10
Boston 1G 22
Cincinnati 15 23
Brooklyn 12 27
St. Louis .' 11 29
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Clinton, 1; Rock Island, 4.
Cedar Rapids, 3; Dubuque, 2 (12 i.i
Peoria. 2; Decatur, 3.
Bloomington, 0; Springfield, 2.
Clinton, 5; Rock Island. 4.
Cedar Rapids, 5; Dubuque, 4 (15 in
Chicago, 4: Pittsburg, 3.
Cincinnati, 0; St. Ixjuis, 1.
Chicago. 3; Detroit, 4.
St. Louis, 4; Cleveland, 1.
Milwaukee, 5; St. Paul. 3.
Kansas City, 4: Minenapolis. 2.
Inuisville, 3; IndianaKlis, 0.
Toledo, 5; Columbus. 1.
Sioux City, 4; Lincoln. 3.
Omaha, 5; Pueblo. 0.
Des Moines, 15; Denver. 5.
Marshalltown, 3; Waterloo, 5.
Ottumwa, 0; Oskalexisa. 0.
Burlington, 4 4; Keokuk, 3-1.
Quincy, 4; Jacksonville, 1.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Bobby Caruthers is here to umpire
the series at home.
Four out of six games isn't a bad
showing with a team such as Clinton.
Outfielder Schultz has heen released
by Clinton. Godeon Lewis will have a
regular place in the garden from now
Kuhn, the old Decatur first baseman,
has been released by Jack McConnell
at Terre Haute and is again the prop
erty of the Three-Eye team.
Frank Donnelly and his $10,000 beau
ties from Peoria arrived here la?'
night and spent the night here gedng
to Clinton this morning.
The Commodor?; -irrived at 10011 to
day and are havin ; it out v. ilh the Is
landers this afternoon.
hits, all of which he kept well scatter
ed. Swalm was hit on the head by a
pitched ball and temporarily knocked
out, Lundin going to his place in right.
The Islanders scored their runs ii
the second and third innings. Wanner
led off for the Islanders in the second
with a single. Eng doubled scoring
Wanner, Berger singled and brought
Eng to home plate for the second ta1.
Iie. Dowers, Howard and Lundin went
out in order. In the next inning after
two were gone, O'Leary went to first
on a pass and Vandine came up aii-1
doubled, scoring O'Leary. Eng brought
home Vandine for the fourth and last
score for the Islanders with a singK
The Infants, in the ninth inning aftr
two men were out, managed to get
their lonely score. Lewis was on first
sack and Vogel doubled scoring hitn.
Curtis went out on a pop-up ending the
game. The score:
ROCK ISLAND R. H. P. A. E.
Swalm, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Murphy, If 0 1 1 0 0
O'Leary, lb 1 017 0 0
Vandine, 3b 1 1 3 0 0
Wanner, 2b 1 1 2 7 0
Eng, c 1 2 2 0 0
Berger, ss 0 1 0 3 ')
Dowers, cf 0 1 1 0 n
Howard, p 0 0 1 1 0
Lundin, rr 0 0 0 0 0
Total 4 7 27 17 0
CLINTON. R. II. P. A.E.
Berg ss 0 2 0 5 1
Lewis. If .1 0 1 0 0
Crockett, lb 0 0 12 1 0
Vogel, 2b 0 2 3 2 1
Curtis, cf 0 0 2 0 0
McFarland. rf 0 0 1 0 0
Harrod. 3b 0 0 1 2 0
Lemon, c 0 1 7 1 0
Webber, p 0 0 0 0 ft
Baker n 0 0 0 3 0
1 5 27 14 2
.0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 01
Clinton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 i
Two base hits Eng. Berg, Vogd.
First base on balls Off Howard, 3; off
Webber, 2. Wild pitch Howard. Stol
en bases Swalm, Berger, Dowers.
Struck out By Howard, 1; by Wto
ber, 2; by Baker. 5. Innings pitched
By Howard, 9; by Webber. 3; by Bak
er. 0. Base nits on Howard, u: on
Webber, 5; off Baker, 2. Double plays
Vogel to Crockett; Wanner to
O'Leary; Vandine to O'Leary (2;
Berg to Crockett to Vogel. Time
30. Umpire Allen.
Other Sntnrilny finnirn.
At Cedar Rapids Errors in the
twelfth gave Cedar Rapids the game.
The score: R.H.E.
Ced. Rapids 00000002000 13 5 3
Dubuque ...2000000 0 000 02 7 3
Batteries Crandall and Simon; Ileis-
ser and Stark.
At Peoria and Bloomington the
games were postioned on account ot
LOCAL PEOPLE THRONG
THE STREETS OF CLINTON
Thousands Went to City up the River
to Witness Ball Game, all Wear
ing Booster Pennants.
Clinton was thronged yesterday by
Rock Island people, and the little green
"booster" badges could be seen on
every street in the business distric'
throughout the afternoon anil evening.
Nearly a thousand people went to Clin
ton on the excursion on the steamer W.
, arriving in time to see nearly
of the baseball game. Hundreds of
others went up on the I. & I. and there
were fully l.ooo Rock Island and tri
city people at the baseball game. The
crowd was easily the largest of the
season at Clinton, and the ground
proved inadequate to accommodate the
throng, which filled the grand stan.l.
bleachers, all the space behind tiii
lines, and even overflowed into the out
field along the fence.
Practically all of the visitors were
provided with the booster badges,
which were furnished by Chairman Mr
Hugh of the convention committre of
the Industrial commission. The cards
were designed by Alderman J. R. Tuc
kis, also a member of the commission.
They were in the form of green and
red triangular pennants, with th.:
words. "Boost for R. I. on ttie lace,
and : "Everybody's boosting for Roc
Island's $loo,o00 factory fund" on the
Cross Countrys Lose.
Canton proved too strong for tin
Cross Countrys and the score was 1".
to 3 in favor of the home team in thai
city yesterday. Saturday's game was
prevented by rain. The Canton team,
managed by Clyde Home, formerly of
this city is one of the fastest indepen
dent aggregations in the state, the
members' being professionals for the
most part. The Cross Countrys are to
play Sherrad at that place next Sun
day. Win This One.
The Argus independents won from
the Centrals Saturday afternoon 10 t.i
7. Kittilsen and Andrews formed the
battery for the winners and Joe John
ron and Bragdon for the losers.
Davenport High School Loses.
Davenport high school lost two
games Saturday, Moline high school
defeating the 'cross creek fellows 5 to
4 and St. Ambrose taking them into
camp 5 to 2.
Defeat South Rock Island.
The Trilbys defeated the South
Rock Islanders by a score of 5 to 4
yesterday afternoon at the old race
track. The battery for the Trilbys w i
Shean and Truesdale.
Kid Farmer is Knocked Out.
Omaha, Juie 3. Clarence English
of Omaha knocked out "Kid" Farm r
of Chicago here yesterday in the eighth
round of what was to have heen a
twenty-round affair. The fight too';
place on an island in the Missoiri
river, where the officials of neith'-r
Omaha nor Council Bluffs could niole-t
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AT THE THEATER
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
June 3-4-5 Billy Link, in vaudeville.
"The Man of the Hour." "The Man
of the Hour" is become easily the su
preme success of the summer season
in Chicago, where it has been jamming
the handsome Illinois theater ev r
since its production there, on Snndiy
night. May 12, when the play and the
special Chicago cast combined in a hit
such as has not been known in Chi
cago for many seasons. It was a Mg::t
of triumph for the play, for the splen
did company Messrs. William A. Biady
and Joseph R. Grimer had assembled,
and for everybody and everything eo-i-cerned,
and gave to tiie Illinois another
hot weatiier hit, such as will, doubted-;.-;,
before the run is ended, surpass
popularity and attractiveness Inst
year's success, "The Lion and lie.1
On the opening night of "The Mm
of the Hour," the company was recall
ed five times after Act I., seven tiims
after Act II., seven times after Act III..
when Mr. George Broadhurst was com
pelled to make a speech, and even af
ter the final act got the uncommon
compliment of a double recall.
The Chicago newspapers have ever
since been singing the praises of t'.i;
Broadhurst play. The Tribune, Th
Rt-coid-IIerald. The Inter Ocean. Tlu?
Chronicle, The Post. The News, and
The Journal of Monday, May 13, were
unanimous in calling the play not on'y
a genuine popular success, but one of
the best plays ever written. Amy Les
lie in The News, said "The Man of the
Hour" was the "best play, in many
spects. ever written by an Ann ric.n
author." Percy Hammond, in Th-
Post, said that the New York city nri
of the play was easy to understaai.
and that there was no reason why ih
play should not run for months in the
Performance are given nightly, in
cluding Sundays, and on Wednesday
and Saturday afternoon. A sped 1!
holiday matinee is announced for the
afternoon for Thursday, July 4.
The admirable situation of the Illi
nois theater makes it an ideal piav
house for a summer run. It is on t'.i.
very shore of the lake, and is far an
away the coolest playhouse in the ci'y
when it is necessary to make its in
terior temperature fit the conditions e.f
the weather. The spe-cial summer sea
of prices is on for "The Man of the
Hour" 50 cents to $1.50.
Orrin Johnson. Harry llarwoeid. Rob
ert A. Fischer, Thomas Meighan. Fran";
Sheridan, Bennett Seiuthard. AV. J.
Deming, Samuel Feirrcst. Frank Rus
sell. Frances Ring. Alice Martin, an.",
Kate Lester are the principals in the
big cast of fir-st-class players.
The Majestic. Feir the week of Jir.i-?
10th at the Majestic, Chicago, a me-t
diversified bill is arranged, partly in
honor of two of the largest theater
parties ever entertained in any theater.
One of these is the Texas Bankers' as
sociation, under the guidance of th:
Chicago bankers, and the other is the
National Credit Men's association wli.i
will be guests of the Chicago Credi
Men's association. For this theater
party which eiccurs on the evening of
June 13, the entire thea'ter lias been
reserved. Such an endorsement from
high financial beidies is certainly cred
itable to the Majestic theater. The bill
includes no less a debrity than .I:im s
J. Corbett, the famous boxer, who has
achieved a brilliant success as an ac
tor and is now regarded as one of the
most interesting mm on the stage. He
plays a smart sketch about which there
is no taint of pugilism. In the way
comedy there will be bright plays by
William Bramwell and Eleanor Gordon,
universal favorites, by Burton an 1
Brooks, the celebrated vaudc vil!ian.
and by the Bison City quartet, who
combine with mirth and melody. C'.nf
Cordon the brilliant monologist, who
has made a name for himself as one of
the best entertainers in vaudeville is
down for an important place on the
bill, and Sophie Brandt. Hie beautiful
comic opera prima donna, will supp'y
! several of those charming songs for
: which she is noted. Another attra
Itlve musical rumber is that of thi
thre-e Western", dainty and charming
young ladies, who play with unusu.il
skill, and really deserve to he censid
civil artists. A sensational novelty
fietin across the' water is that provide I
by Ixiuise Agoust and company, whos-j
juggling ed unusual ebjects in an 1111
usal way has never been excelled.
Leaving aside all ef the tricks of' 1J1J
ordinary jugglers, they have invented
new stunts that cast into the shad''
anything of the sent hitherto d-nie.
Another special fe-ature in the interest
of a diversified program is I-alla Se!
bini. the fatuous bathing beauty who.u
aquatic feats created a sensation at
Hammerstein's Roof Garden in Nev
York last summer, and who may the re
fore be depended lipeill te add h-r
epnita to a progiam which include s fif
teen numbers, all ejf them belonging to
the head lino category.
Use of Cement Growing.
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Detchcn's Mystic Cure for rheumatism,
and in four days could walk without
my cane; two bottles cured me sound
and well. I take great pleasure In rec
ommending the Mystic Cure to all who
are afflicted with rheumatism." Sold
by Otto Gredjan, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son,
220 West See'ond street. DavenuorL
There is no case of indigestiem, no
matter how obstinate, that will not be
speedily relieved by the use ef Keulo".
Kenlol contains the same juices foun t
in a healthy stomach. Conforms to tho
Pure FeieM and Drugs Law. Sold by
Three Nights June 3, 4, 5.
Mntinrr lucilny AHrraooa.
Itral niiilrvlllr Tkr II Ik C ity Shorn,
BYERS AND HERMAN,
llirrt-l from Krlth-I'rttctor Theaters.
EIGHT ACTS EIGHT.
PRICKS Hie, 20c, 3ne; mutinee, 10.,
THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P. M. I P. M. 9:15 P. M.
8PECIAI Entire change of program
twice a week Mondays and Thursdays.
Any Seat . .