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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1907.
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Ogden's Orchestra every day.
Moving Pictures every night.
This week: "Araboo Hunt,"
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It . v - &'W? 1
OVER THE FENCE
Was Where Wanner Put the
Ball With Bases Full and
Two Out in Ninth
WITH SCORE 3 TO 0 FERNINST
Peoria Beaten in Two of Most
tional Finishes Ever Seen
on GAMES TOMORROW.
Blooiuiiigton at Kock Island.
Decatur at Dubuque.
Springfield at. Cedar Rapids.
Peoria at Clinton.
Hock Island baseball enthusiast
ntul not be told by a baseball aiitho--ity
that tho word "fan" comes from
"fanatic"'. They know now if thev
never did before. Such a muchness of
wild, uncorked delirium was never I :
loos-e at tiie lsianu city parK as mat
which was liberated Saturday and yes
Seldom lias any gr at event in his
tory be n accorded such a demonstra
tion as .lohnny W'anner's homo run
over i ho left field fence wi'h three :i
base and two out in the ninth. Two
thousand spectators had seen Kock In
land get men on base inning after in
ning with the most favorable chance
for runs repeatedly, and each time the
prayed for hit failed to arrive, Peor'.a
in the meant ime had amassed thro'
runs on chances that seemed greatly
inferior. And thin came Johnny with
his bat. lb' smeared the first one that
looked good and it went, and went.
and went. Davidson watched it go
over the left Held fence far down, an 1
it was till going up. Down on Seventh
street a man playing horseshoes in tbt
back yard noticed it and says it was
rising rapidly. A fisherman sitting on
tho river bank below the oilcloth works
saw a tiny speck in the air and is
ready to swear it never came down
this side of Iowa.
Hut after all, what else could Johnny
do? The basts were fun. lour runs
win- nicessaiv to win and he was tho
only man left to save the day. Vh:
reasonable ball player would have r:
Lundin opened the
with a hit. down first
into the hands of Babe
i ii ii i ii
followed and got transportation. Mur
phy singled and O'Leary was consult
ed dangerous enough to lie given ;.
pass, filling the bases. Vandine cam.-1
tip and the rooters began to yell f o
him to save the day, but he b ing too
anxious, struck out. Wanner came
the plate. The first ball that Pitch-v
Moore stuck over had a little on:
curve on it. just enougn to cur tne edge
of i he plate. Johnnie took a long
breath and haved. and it was all over.
The fans practically went hysterica'.
over the event, ami wanner was grab
bed, lifted up anil paraded around the
arena. This, it will be remembered. :s
not the fit st time that the Islatide-s
have defeated their opponents in the
ninth inning. Wanner decided a krwv
Memorial day in the same manner.
Ilmv VUllor Si-oreil.
The Distillers scored their first rrn
in the second inning. The inning was
opened by Swaeina who singled. Egan
bunted to Lundin and was thrown our
it first but Swaeina was advanced j
second. Manager Donnelly hit to
Berger and was thrown, out at first.
With two men out Krickson was givt-i
a pass. Kaymonu iouoweu ihi u sin
gle scoring Swaeina. Moore struck at.
three, closing that half of the inning.
Their next two runs were made in the
seventh, after two men were out.
Krickson opened and was hit on the
hand with the ball. Raymond sacri
ficed. Moore again proved an easy vic
tim for Lundin and struck out. Thiiry
hit for a two bagger, scoring Krickson
and Davidson singled scoring Thie-y.
The latter, was, however, caught try
ing to steal. The Islanders played veiy
unfortunately until the ninth. In every
inning but the third they had nun ,vi
bases but unluckily hit the ball dire.v-
Tho most sensational act in
Vaudeville. All this week
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ly into the hands of some of the Dis
tillers. Vandine hit in the first inniug
'o the ciub house, but it was only
good fnr a two bagger, as the ground
was so soggy his spikes would no.
stick. Tighe hit the ball squarely
enough in the seventh inning for a
three bagger, but could not get ovfr
'he ground for better than two. The
Islanders touched up Moore for nin?
hits while I.umlin was only touched fir
The features of the game were Ber
ger's catch and unassisted double from
a hot one off the bat of Davidson anj
Murphy's one handed catch in thi
sixth. The score:
KOCK ISLAND A.B. R. H. P. A. E
Swalm, rf 4 1 0
O'Leary, c .
Tighe. lb ..
Berger, ss .
Dowers, ss .
Lundiu, p . .
Totalo 32 4 'J 27 Id 1
PEORIA A.B. K. II. P. A. E.
Thiery, rf 4 1 2 0 0 n
Davidson, If 3 0 1 0 I) II
Bewer, 2b 4 0 1 1 4
Swaeina, lb 4 1 1 13 0 0
Egan. 2b 4 0 1 4 0 0
Donnelly, cf 4 (I 0 2 0 0
Etickson, c 2 1 0 4 0 0
Raymond, ss 4 (t 1 2 a 0
Moore.' p 3 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 32 3 72 10 0
Two out whin winning run wa
Score by innings:
Kock Island 0 0 (I 0 n (I 0 0 41
Peoria 0 1 (I II 0 0 2 0 it
Two base hits Vandine, Tigh
Thiery. Home run Wanner. Struck
out By Lundin, 4; by Moore, 4. Bases
on balls Moore, 5; Lundin. 1. ,Sac:i
lice hit Davidson. Stolen base
Tighe. Hit by pitched ball Ericksoa
Berger. Dowers. Double plays Ber
ger (unassisted), Raymond-Egaii-Swa
cina, Egan-Swacina. Time 1:15. Um
All In mi Inulnjc.
Cedar Rapids. June 10. Decatur
won by a batting rallv in the sixth
CEDAR RAPIDS It. H. P. A. E.
Davis. If 1 2 4 0 0
Oakes, cf 0 0 0 0 1
Shaw, rf 1 2 0 0 0
Howard. 2b 0 1 2 1 0
Lizzett, lb ( 1 .17 0 1
Simon, c 0 0 2 0 0
I )e ringer, ss 1 1 1 5 0
Spencer, 3b 0 0 1 4 1
Owens, p "I 0 0 S 0
Totals 3 7 27 IS 3
DECATUR R. II. P. A. E
Moore, ss 0 0 4 . 2 0
Prout, 2b 1 1 4 4 0
Jeffries, rf 0 0 1 0 :
Tennant, lb 1 1 S 0 't
Wagner. If 1 1 1 0 0
Purtcll, 3b 1 2 4' 0
Krebs, cf 0 0 4 0 0
Powell, c 0 0 1 5 0
Bomar, p 0 0 I) 2 0
Totals 4 a 27 13 1
Cedar Rapids ...1 II 0 0 0 0 1 1 03
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Two base hits Davis, Shaw. Don
ble play Moore-Prout-Tonnant. Struck
out By Owens. 2; by Bomar. 1. Bases
on balls Off Owens. 3; off Bomar, 1.
KrrnrN I. fair 4 Union.
Clinton, June 10. Clinton's costly
rrors on wet grounds gave the visitors
the game. The score:
BLOOMINGTON R. II. P. A.
Donovan, rf 0 0 0 1
Snyder, ss 0 2 2 1
Herbert, 3b 1 0 0 2
Connors, If 1 0 0 0
Beck, lb 3 1 10 1
Graham, cf 0 0 2 0
Ebright, 21 1 1 1 a
Wilson, c 0 I 0 2
Thorsen, p 0 0 0 5
Totals 0 5 27 17
CLINTON. R. II. P. A.
Berg, ss 0 0 1 4
Harrod, 3b 0 0 2 3
Crockett, lb 0 1 12 0
Vogel. 2b 0 2 0 3
Ohlan, If 0 0 I 0
Webber, rf 0 0 0 0
Curtis, cf 0 0 3 2
Lemon, c 0 1 8 0
Lelivelt, p 0 0 0 2
Totals 0 4 27 14 S
Bloomington 000 0 1020 SO
Clinton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Struck out By Thorsen, 2; by I-rf;ii
velf, 1. Ieft on bases Clinton, 0;
Bloomington, 4. Passed ball Lemon.
Bases on balls Off Thorsen, 1; off
Lelivelt, 1. Sacrifice hits Crockett.
Ohlan, Graham (2). Stolen bases
Snyder, Wilson. Time 1:35. Umpire
Duha Still Drop.
Dubuque, June 10. Springfield d e
feated Dubuque, 3 to 0, on soggy
grounds. The score:
Thornton, cf ...
Hughes, 2b ?.
R. H. P. A. R
.110 0 0
.0 0 5 0 0
p.O 1 3 0 9
, .1 2 13 0 0
.0 0 0 2 0
.0 1 4 1 0
.0 0 0 1 2
..0 0 0 5 0
..3 C 27 14 2
R. H. P. A. S.
. .0 0 2 0 'J
Beecher, p 0 0
Long, cf ..
Hadley, ss 0 0 1 3
Shultz, If 0 2 3 0
Bosse, lb 0 0 10 2
Kling, 3b 0 0 2 3
Genins. 2b 0 1 4 4
White, c 0 1 4 1
Stark, rf 0 1 1 0
Wilder, p 0 0 0 l
Totals 0 5 27 14 2
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Springfield 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 03
Two base hit Doyle. Base's on balls
Off Wilder, 4; off Campbell, 1; off
Beecher, 1. Hit by pitched ball--Bosse.
Struck out By Wilder, 3; by
Beecher, 2. Double plays Genius-
Hadley -Bosse; Doyle-Lud wig-Smith.
Umpires Companion and Fox.
WAS lV O'l. i:HVN I1AV.
Single In Mmli Inulnic Wilh Inn Out
II run Kill In Winning II hum Sii t iirilny.
Saturday was Danny O'Leary's day.
His single in the ninth with two nicn
down scored two runs and won him
the reputation that caused Moore to
pass him yesterday, and give Wanner
It was all up to Dan when he came
up in the ninth. Murphy and Bergei
were on base and two were out. Rock
Island -was one run to the bad. Dan
felt for the ball, got two strikes an 1
two balls, fouled a couple and then
picked one shoulder high and sent it
on a line straight at Donnelly. Tlii
latter raced for it as though his lif
was at stake, crouching lower and low
er as he went and finally making a
lunge and rooting into the ground in a
last desperate attempt. But it was ie
use. The sphere eluded him and roll
ed on out into tne neiii, winie the two
men scampered in.
It was a most spectacular gami
lrom the second mning. wiitn t'co'ii
made a run. Rock Island tied it in tlx
fourth when Tighe's two-baser brought
Wanner in. and went ahead in fifth
when Dowers succeeded in making th-
circuit. But Peoria apparently cinched
things in the seventh when they bat
ted three men across.
The ninth opened with the score 4 to
2 the wrong way, and the tail end of
the batting list up. Berger pulled
short hit just over Egan and Dowers
duplicated the performance with a lit
tie more emphasis. Nial was next an
he laid down a beaut of a bum that
Krickson fieldel to third. Bergi
however, was there and the liases wen
therefore full. Exi rvbody expect..1 1
Swalm to lace lier out and he made
desperate effort but fanned. Murphv
hit a grounder to second and forced
.Nor:. Then came O'Leary and his sin
gle landed both Dowers and Murph
the latter having
Murphy, !f ....
stolen second. Scor
A.B. R. II. P. A. K.
...." 0 0 2 0 0
...4 1 2 2 0 :
...4 0 2 1 2 .1
...4 it 0 1 2 'I
...3 1 0 2 2 "
...4 0 1 12 0 !i
...4 1 1 2 .". 1
...4 2 3 .". o i
...2 0 0 ii 3 !
Wanner. 2b ....
Totals 34 T, 9 27,14
PEORIA A.B. R. II. P. A.
Thiery. rf 4 0 1 I '
Davidson. If 3 0 0 2 1
Bewer. 3b 4 0 0 o 2
Swaeina, lb 4 2 2 10 1
Egan. 2b 3 1 1 2 3
Donnelly, cf 3 1 o 1 0
Krickson. c 4 o 1 0 1
Raymond - 4 2
Roach, p 3 0 i o 4
Totals 31 4 r.20 14
Score by innings:
Rock Island o 0 0 1 1 n o o
Peoria 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0
Two out when winning run
Two base hits O'Leary. Tight-
Etickson. Three base hit Kgan. har
rifice hits Neal 2, Kgan. Stolen nase
Murphy. Dowers. Base on balls-
Off N'eal, 2: off Roach. 3. Struck out
Ttv 'e:il 1 : bv Roach. 3. Passed ba'.l
KVira-coii Time of came 1:40. Um
otlirr Sulurilny ;hiiik.
At Dubunue Errors followed by op
nortnne hits won for bpringiieni. in
t:rw ra R. H. E
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 4
Springfield . . . .0 1 1 0 1 (l o o l 4 l- -
Batteries Jones and White; Steiger
At Clinton Timely hitting won
game for Bloomington. The score:
Bloomington ..0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 t.
rin.n 1(10 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 0
Tlntteries Svfert and Wilson; Baker
At Cedar Rapids Bit trolff weakened
in t in mm II. IOI CIUK in one 1 1111, "
irivimr the locals the game. The score:
Cedar Rapids .1 0 0 0 1 00021 l.i
Decatur 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 13 8
Batteries Radabaugh and Sinior.
Pearson, Bittrolff and Powell.
SplaMhfM From the Field
Sowee! Duck soup!
Tiche was there with the swatstic
Wonder what Tighe says to the boy:
when they go to bat in the ninth
Murphy made a pretty Tatch yester
day, knocking down a high one with
one hand and catching it with the oth
er as he ran.
Glad the tension eases up a bit now
No bunch of fans could stand that de
gree of pressure very long, not to ni.'ii
lion its effect on the team.
Rock Island had 1'eoria beaten o:
all points yesterday and had 1t not
been for the muddy field would ha
scored once or oftener before
ninth. The home players were
J able to realize upon their superior hal
Two such finishes as those of Satur
day and yesterday ought of themselves
to engender enough enthusiasm to last
the remainder of the season regardless
of what happens.
The knocker ha. had a hard time of
late. Yesterday after men got on base
repeatedly and no score came he wis
just beginning to feel his oats and was
laying plans for a fine evening s wo-';
when, biff! Johnny Wanner put the
ball over the fence and the knocker
went down for the count.
The Tri-City Railway companv
would have be?n justified in giving
transfers through to Watertown after
the game yesterday. It was without
doubt the craziest set of bugs that ever
left the Island City park. There was
a committee waiting at the plate lor
Wanner and ho was carried off th.
field. He employed half a dozen bovs
with scooop shovels to gather up the
loose change that came his way.
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pet.
Rock Island 24 11.. .686
Decatur 22 12 .017
Springfield 19 13 .591
'coria IS ir .515
Cedar Rapids Ill 10 .513
Clinton 17 IS .4S';
Bloomington 10 20 .333
Dubuque 5 2S .1")2
N'ew York 29
St. Louis 13
N'ew Yoi k . .
St. Iaiuis . . .
Rock Island. 4; Peoria, 3.
Clinton. 0; Bloomington. 0.
Cedar Rapids. 3; Decatur, 4.
Dubuque, 0; Springfield. 3.
Chicago. 4; Philadelphia. 2.
Cincinnati, 1-11; Brooklyn, 3-2.
St. Iouis. 0; New York, 3.
AMERICA N A SSOCIATION
Columbus, 5; Minneapolis, 4.
Toledo. 13; St. Paul, 4.
Milwaukee. 2; Indianapolis. 5.
Louisville, S; Kansas City. 5.
Springfield. 0; South Bend. 1.
Dayton, 0; Grand Rapids, 3.
Canton. 2; Terre Haute, 1.
Wheeling, 3; Evans ville. 5.
W EST E RN I .EAG U E.
Omaha. 3; Denver, 2.
Des oMines, 0; Lincoln, 0
Keokuk, 2; Oskaloosa. 5.
Marshalltown, 2; Qaincy. 0.
Burlington, 2; Ottumwa, 1.
THREE EYE LEAQUE.
Rock Island, 5; Peoria. 4.
Dubuque, 2; Springfield, 4.
Clinton, 1; Bloomington, 2.
Cedar Rapids, 4; Decatur, 3.
Moline Juniors Win.
J lie junio rbaseball team ol the lo
cal Y. M. C. A. was defeated by th
juniors of the Moline association Sit
nrday afternoon, by a score of S to ."1
The Moline bovs succeeded in tallying
seven runs- in the third and fourth ii
nmgs giving them a great lead. Th"
battery for the local team was Jual
Score by innings:
Rock Island . .
.0 0030020 0 :
.0 0 4 3 0 0 0 1 0-
Pete Lister With Nashville.
Pete Lister has been sold by Birm
ingham to Nashville. With the latter
the former Islander won the first thr5e
games with timely hits.
The Magic No. 3.
Number three is a wonderful mascot
for Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar Grove
Me., according to a letter which reads
'After suffering much with liver an.
kidney trouble, and becoming greatly
discouraged by the failure to find re
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result I am a well man today. Th
first bottle relieved and three bottle
completed the cure." Guaranteed best
remedy for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles, by V. T. Hartz, druggist, 301
Twentieth street; 50 cents.
Do Not Neglect the Children.
At this season of the year the first
unnatural looseness of a child's bowels
should have immediate attention. The
best thing that can be given is Cham
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Remedy followed by castor oil as dl
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There is no case of indigestion,
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WESTMINSTER Without Coaster $16 00
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OF MEN'S GOLF CUP
Decker French Lowers Former Gross
Score to 87 and Keeps the
E. Hanssen was the winner of the
in the liftlj, men's preliminary
handicap at the arsenal golf links Sat
urday afternoon, taking the trophy by
net score of 70. The former low
gross score of Dicker trench was low-
d two notches to S7 by himself. The
weather was line for playing, and out of
l he r.4 players that teed off at I lie start
of the match onlv seven turned in their
scores are as follows:
. . 91
. . 93
Wilson McClelland ..
0. C. Mueller S9
Decker French S7
M. Bechtel 94
Walter Chambers 94
L. Eyster 9S
I. II. Trimble Ml
C. B. Schmidt 90
William Buiterworih 90
I. S. White 100
Hi nry Vollmer 102
I. II. llass lux
Nathaniel French M4
Victor Litiig luS
L. M. Marks 112
W. 1). Miildleton 9.-,
C. S. Schlegel 1i3
F. W. Balm sen 110
Paul Kerscb 115
E. W. Hurst 100
L. T. Ilillman loS
W. E. Snider 110
W. H. Snider M2
A. L. Moore Iii5
F. C. Denkmann lol
G. W. Burr M2
1. U Thatcher 102
John Samuels 103
Hay ward Ill
L. 11 edit
B. F. Peek
Scbilli r Hosford .
W. II. Marshall ..
D. I lay ward . . .
C. J. Cooper
C. A. Barnard . . .
E. Leavens . . .
C. J. Rochow . . . .
. II. McCandless
J. D. Cady.
P. W. Strickland
Unfinished J. V
Stephens, Frank Baker,
Moses Rothschild, C. A.
Really a Thriller.
In picture and in pantomime the
story of "The Great Train Robbery" is
told with such bold and vivid realism
by Pawnit' Bill's show that the specta
tor, is thrilled to the very heart. Eaih
moment of the delineation of frontier
life is one of exciting interest.
mining camp shown in the first scenc
is a faithful copy of a settlement near
Grey Bull. Cheyenne county, Wyo.
The engine employed in "The Great
Train Robbery" is a faithful model
the locomotive "General", famous
the annals of the civil war. The "Gen
eral" was stolon by the Andrews' raid
ers at Big Sandy. Ga.. on the Western
& Atlantic railroad, on April 12, ISC!
and was recaptured near Ringgold, Ga
after an exciting chase of about 5"
miles. It was one of the most thrill
ing exploits of the rebellion. The ob
ject of the raid was to burn the bridge
on the V. & A. railroad and cut.
confederate army from its base of sup
plies. Tho "General" is now on exhi
bition in the union station at Chata
nooga. Tenn.. Pawnee Hilts snow
in Davenport Wednesday.
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For scratches, burns, cuts, insect
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Chamberlain's remedies have been in
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;ot so bttd on her hands that she could
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Chamberlain's medicines give sulendi.l
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The delay in remodeling out
place of business on account of
the recent fire will cause us to
remove tcnifiorarily to rooms 309
and 310 in same building. Our
whole stock of cloth, fixtures,
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Opposite Harper House.