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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1907.
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IN LIFELESS GAME
Rock Island Takes First of Se
ries From the League
ONLY TWO HITS OFF NEAL
Dowers and Murphy Star in Field, Lat
ter Being Injured in Making a
Dnbuiue at Hock Island.
Cedar Rapids at Clinton.
Springfield at Iiloomington.
Decatur at Peoria.
Xeal on the mound for the Islanders
yesterday's game proved invincibV.
inly allowing two stingy hits, and d-?-
ating Dubuque by a score of 2 to
Up until the seventh inning, tiling
okei as it .eai was going to pitch a
no tut game hut in the seventh Rignf
ielih r Gfrocrcr made a scratch hit.
l'lie contest lacked its usual life, am
was not interesting. The players of
both teams, seemed to care Iitt!
bother school kept or not.
The Islanders secured their first rnj
in the lourth. audine led oft with
1'exas leaguer into the center garden
1 igne hit to Allison and was thrown
ut at first. Merger hit a short one t.
Kling at third and was also out. Cook
hit a single that scored Vandine. The
ecoiul run was made in the sixth on :i
pass and an error. OLeary led olT an I
as given a pass. Vandine went out
n a pop tly to hue. Tighe Hew our
r.erger nil a not one to i ai lev who
tooted the ball, and O'Leary crossed
the plate. Cook closed the side bv
Inn Slur CulclifN,
Tlie features of the game were the
fielding of Murphy and Dowers. I:
the first of the third inning. Murphy
pulled one off his shoe laces that look
d like a safe one, and in so doinr;
praincd the ligaments of his leit
boulder. When he caught the hall he
was thrown in such a way as
wrench the member. Ho was tak.m
out ot the game and Tighe covers
nisi and sent look into ieit. Dowers
made a similar catch in the sixth an
was heartily applauded bv the fans
when he came to the bench. Th
a h. it. ii.
p. a. T:.
2 0 )
0 4 o
S 1 0
1 3 o
4 1 l
2 It J
0 2 !
1 0 0
27 14 )
P. A. K
2 1 1
:i i ti
1 0 !
3 0 0
4 1 ii
0 3 0
0 3 0
24 13 3
Wanner, L'b 3
O'Learv. c 3
Vandine, 3b 4
Tighe. lb 2
Murphy. If 3
Merger, ss ::
Cook, lh-lf :,
Dowers, cf 2
Xeal. i 1
Genins. 2b 4
lladley, ss 4
White, lb 4
Cfrotiier if 2
Weber, cf 2
Scimitz. if ::
O'Brien, c 3
Kling, 3b ::
Allison, p 3
Total 2S 0
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Hits by innings:
Rock Island 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 c,
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 II 12
Stolen base Wanner. Sacrifice hit
Webi r. Two base hit Swalm.
Base on balls OlT Xeal. 1; off Allison.
3. Struck out By Xeal, 0; by Allison.
2. Time of game 1:20. Umpire
SrliKfl-ll, 1 HloominKtoii, o.
Blooiniiigton, July 10. Springfield
won the most hard fought and sonsa
tioii.il .game of the ser.son heto
Hughes' double and Herbert's luckv
single in the twelfth scoring the win
ring run. Herbert was purchased
from Bloomington and broke into the
game in time to win. a drive strikii
the second bag and hounding far
enough from Snyder to let Hughes
homo. BlooiYiinglon had men on thi"d
and second with one gone in their ha'f
but dumb base running permit ted ;
man to be caught at the plate. In tie
tenth laid wig and Scharnweher at
tacked the umpire for a decision on
Kulm's hit and both were ordered from
the grounds. Score:
Kuh n, lb ..
Wilson, c .
Thornton, cf .
Doyle. 3b-ss . .
Novacek, rf-c .
Hughes, 2b ...
Herbert. 3b ..
Campbell, rf .
Total 1 9 3C 23
Springfield 0000000 0 000 1
Bloomington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two base hit Hughes. Struck
J By Thorson, "; by Moore, 3. Bases
on Daws uy .uoore, a. mi ny pncnc'i
ball Connors. Double plays Doyl?-Schnrnweber-Smith;
Novacek. Wild pitch Thorson. Time
hours. Umpire McNamara.
rrnrln Hit Well.
Peoria, July 1C. Peoria won a close
game from Decatur. Timely hitting
gave Peoria a lead which the visitors
were unable to overcome. Score:
R. II. P. A. E.
.1 0 0 0 .')
.1 0 1 0 c
.0 0 2 ".5 (I
.0 2 1C 0 0
.111 3 0
.o i 3 o o
.0 o :. o i
. .0 0 0 2 0
. .0 0 0 0 0
.0 1 0 0 0
.3 n 27 19 i
R. II. P. A. E.
. .0 2 o :i .)
. .0 1 7 4 1
. . o r, o u
..o l n o i
..o o 1 0 vl
. .o o 7 l o
. .1 o 2 o o
..1 0 2 1 0
. .0 0 0 1 t)
..2 4 2." 10
Kane, p .
Long, p .
E rick son
Total ... .
Moore, ss . .
Prout. 2b ..
Purtell. 3b .
Wagner, If .
ft'ries. if .
when winning run was
1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 li
bit Moore. Three has
Stolen liases Egan. Wolf.
Ptout. Base hits Oft Kane. .'. in ; in
nings: off Long. 1 in 4 innings. Hit
by pitched ball Prout. Struck out
By Kane Long, Persons. Double plays
Rayiiiond-Egan-Swacina ; Bewer Ray
morid Swacina : Moore-Piout-Tonnan:
Umpire Carruthers. Time 1:30. At
Clinton Tnltew Another.
Clinton. July 10. Clinton's hitting was
timely and the Infants took an inter
esting game. Score:
Clevenger. ss ...
, .0 0
Total ... .
. .0 7
1 2 0
0 0 I
Clinton. ... .
0 3 0
Double plays Vogi 1-Crockett : Leli
velt Crockett French ; Curtis D.i v: -.
Struck out By Radabnugh, by Lc,;
velt.1. Hit by pitcher Lemon, Davis.
Bases on balls Off Radabnugh. 2; oft
.elivclt, 2. Time 1:15. Umpire Al
Hunt of Dinmnnil.
Come boys, a little more pop. The
way to get ready for Springfield is i i
keep-playing ball all the time.
A game from Dubuque counts is
much in winning the pennant as one
from anv other team in the league.
Murphy fell in m.ikhyjf a difficult
cntch in the third and strained the lig
aments in his shoulder so that he had
to retire from the game.
ALDERMEN WANT TO
Rock Island Counci'itien Figure Moline
City Fathers Would be Good
Meat for a Starter.
Members of the Rock Island city
council got together last night, and af
ter reviewing the baseball prowess of
the various gentlemen, decided that
they are about the real eandv kids
when it comes to the national game.
Bi fore the session was over Chairman
Charley Smith of the standing basebal
committee, was authorized to not a
match with any bunch of city fathers
who are willing to play, preferably
those of Moline. The Rock Island
councilmeii figure that Moline will be
pretty good meat for a starter, and they
are inxious to p.ay at an early date.
the proceeds to go to the Old Ladies'
in which both ck s are inter
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Rock Island Must Get Winning.
Combination and Keep it
to Win Pennant.
RACE IS GROWING TIGHTER
Springfield out After Everybody's Scalp
Regular Man on First and Hard
Hitter in Left Needed.
Springfield's purchase of Herbert af
tor the sale of Doyle and the attitude
of the players of late indicate that a
desperate effort is being made to keep
the lead. Beblen Hill is still fixing up
the weak spots among bis Rabbits, and
altogether the race promises to erow
t'ghter as the days pass. All this goes
show that it will be in order for Rock
Island to brace up a bit. too.
The Islanders are working well, and
i igne nas (lenionsiiaieii ins nhilifv as
diamond general and a loader who
will fight every inch of the way. Then
is no question that bo is making ih?
most out of the material at hand. But
there are two or three particulars in
which the material might be bettered
l h:inni-M IliKiiNlroiiM.
ii oiigni inn sic necessary to see-saw
al first base and in left field, naiticn
arly the former. The first baseman H
the backbone of the team, and when
Manager Tighe is in the game Rock Is
land's spinal column is stiff enough
rer the Threo-Eyt. But the confidence
of the remainder of the team is severe
ly shaken when he is out, and if he is
not aide to play the position regularly
some good man should bo secured o
stay on the sack. The manager should
be able to handle the team with the
same success from the bench.
A regular outfielder who hits the ball
should hold down loft field. If Murphy
lecovers from his injuries and strikes
his old gait with the bat, all will be
well, but if prospects are poor that he
will fail in either respect, another man
should be secured. Cook, w hile a good
utility man, has not had an outfielder's
Other ritiec Well l lll.-.l.
The other outfield positions are filled
satisfactorily now. Of Swalm no com
plaint whatever has been made. His
fielding is up to the standard at all
times, and ho is getting his old hatting
eye hack again. What Dowers lacks
ii hitting ability he makes up in speed
vetting many chances that others would
miss, and olten getting on base where
the average player would bo thrown
Lastly, a left handed pitcher would
be a valuable ,-idililion to llie le.nm
.Now is the Time-for Rock Island to
make gains if the pennant is to be won
I here are hard games ahead on the
home grounds, and still more difficult
things to come. The race has progress
1 to a stage where everv loss counts
i ml if any changes are to be made no
time should bo lost.
RECORD OF THE
THREE EVE LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Springfield 42 23 .fitil
Rock Island 43 25 .632
Heoatur 40 2.1 X15
Peoria 3S! 27 .."v.i
Cedar Rapids 37 30 .n'.J
Clinton ;;n 3s .441
Bloomington 2" 3! .:"ll
Dubuque 9 57 .133
W. L. Pet.
Chicago .",0 20 .f.;3
Cleveland 47 30 .010
Detroit 41 30 .577
Philadelphia .. 12 32 .".OS
New York 34 3S .472
St. Louis 30 47 .3)0
Boston 29 40 .3X7
Washington 23 47 .329
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 57 20 .711
New York 40 27 .030
Pittsburg 41 30 .5:1".
Philadelphia 41 33 ..".4
Boston 33 40 .452
Brooklyn 32 45 .411
Cincinnati 31 10 .40:5
St. Louis lit 02 .235
Rock Island, 2; Dubuque, 0.
Decatur, 2; Peoria, 3.
Cedar Rapids. 4; Clinton, f.
Springfield, 1; Bloomington, 0 (12
Chicago. 1; Philadelphia, 0.
Cincinnati, 5; New York, 2.
Pittsburg. 4: Brooklyn, 1.
St. Louis, 1-2; Boston, 0-4.
Chicago, 15; New York, 0.
Boston. 5; St. Louis. 2 (10 inning.-.).
Cleveland-Philadelphia, wit ground-..
Detroit-Washington, wet grounds.
St. Paul. 5; Louisville, 4.
Indianapolis. f; Kansas City, 1.
Minneapolis, 2; Toledo, 1.
Milwaukee, 5; Columbus, 4.
, CENTRAL LEAGUE.
Springfield, 0; Torre Haute, 2.
Wheeling. 5; Grand Rapids, 1.
Canton, 0; South Bend, 1.
Marshalltown, 5; -Waterloo, 2, -Oskaloosa,
3; Ottumwa, 0.
Quincy, 2; Jacksonville, 0.
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Denver, 0; Lincoln, 3.
Pueblo, 1; Omaha, 1 (17 inniiu
Des Moines. 4; Sioux City, 1.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
There is altogether too much lowdy
ism in the Three-Eye league and Pivs
idont Holland should take matters it
hand at once. A critical time in the
pennant struggle is at hand and it is
evident that Springfield is out for the
rag in any old fashion. If they cannot
win by playing ball they are resolved
to bluff it out. The lecord of th
past week is pretty good evi
donee ot this. Both Springfield and
Peoria have teams that will take an oil
if given an inch and unless checki
promptly will run rough shod ovrr
their more orderly competitors.
Jack Herbert has boon purchased
from Blooiniiigton to take the place ot
Doyle. Herbert was under suspensi ri
by Bloomington and litis been in had
standing with the fans for some tim
Ik' is a good ball player but has ap
parently been with ihe Bloomers to
long. Springfield will lose lift
through the absence ot Doyle wKh
Herbert at third if the latter plays th
game he is capable of.
Today is to bo the last appearnce of
Lawrence Doyle with Springfield, h
being purchased to report at one.
Dovle was obtained by Kinsolla from
Mattoon. The Mattoon club of th
''Kitty" league was short of pitcher
and a proposition was made to Spring
field to give Kinsolla the pick of the
Mattoon team in exchange for Pitcher
.Tookherst, and took Doyle in exchang'
noyie has been in a senator uni'oini
all this season. He has fielded brii
liantly and has bit over a .300 clip.
BLOW TO ELEVEN
Arnold Otto of Davenport High School
Sustains Bad Fracture of Leg
Arnold Otto, son of Professor and
Mrs. Ernst Otto of Davenport, and re
cently elected captain of the Davenpon
high school football team, was injured
in an accident at the Bettendorf Axle
works yesterday afternoon. A 2,4ou
pound I beam fell on his left log, crush
ing it between the ankle and the knee.
The accident is a serious blow to tlu
hopes of the Davenport high school
football team for the coming season.
Arnold was one of the few veterans
who will reenter school this fall, and
much dependence was placed upon
him. It will be impossible for him to
recover sufficiently by the opening of
the football season to go into training,
though his injury will not bo perma
nent. Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Black Hawk Homestead,
Building. Loan & Savings association
will be hold on Tuesday, July 10, l.)o7.
at the hour of S o'clock p. in., in the
secretary's office, suite 210. People's
National bank building, Rock Island,
111., for the purpose of electing four
directors for the term of three years.
ind the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come betoro the
E. D. SWEENEY, President.
T. J. Medill, Secre tary.
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COURSE IN SHAPE
Rock Island Arsenal Links but
Slightly Affected by Rains
of the Past Week.
TOURNEY IS ON TOMORROW
Sprague Abbott Picked as Most Prom
ising Visitor Single Handed Play
ers Interesting Feature.
Inti rest of golfers is now centerel
on the J ransnnssissipp tournament
which will begin tomorrow and will
decide the champion of all clubs west
of the Mississippi river. The cour-e
at Rock Island arsenal is a little slow-
r than usual owing to the heavy rain
fall during the last few days but every
effort is b ing made to get it into goo 1
condition. The course here compare
favorably with any in the country and
the visitors unite in praising it. Sone
will bo troubled with the style of buliK-
is but this only makes it easier ti
pick the best all around gollt r.
I'rutlilr for Ixitorx.
The committee in charge of th1
tournament has made every possible
arrangement for the pleasure and com
fort of the visitors.
Arrangiments have been made H
provide lunches. A large hotel range
has boon set up near the eating tent.
Both hot and cold lunches will 'jJ
The Rock Island club and the Dav
enport Commercial club have extt nde 1
their privileges to all visitors.
The question of caddies has be"ti
caietullv attended to. 1 hey are num
erous and have In en trained can-full-:
The number of people watching th
games from carriages and automobile
yesterday seems to indicate that th
interest will be great during th
matches. One of the chief features .d
the course is that carriages can follow
the players all the way around.
Nir:iKiie AMiott I'rtiiuNinK I'lnyer.
(t the visitors the most promising
candidate for championship honois
Sprague Abbott oi Omaha, lie is a
line player and is expected to make a
very strong showing here this wo"k.
"Forty Hole" Fairbanks or, as he :s
sometimes called "Forty Fair lloie-
banks", is here. Watch him. he coms
from Denver and is a true "vet".
C. II. Hyde of Wichita plays a verv
interesting game. Ho uses his light
hand only in handling the clubs but
that docs not deter him from laying
out 200 yards with his driver now an 1
then. Yesterday he made a number of
holes under bogey. It is rumored that
he will play in the qualifying round
tomorrow with another single paw ar
tist. II. G. Legg of Minneapolis who mad .
a name for himself in scholastic gi.f
at Lawrenceville is mifi. of the mint
The Kinkhines of Des Moines are
here in force. They have figured
largely in Iowa golf.
"Hyme" Wylie of Davenport h.is
won renown at last. Lately several
new caddies have been sent out with
the old ones, to learn the game. Sat
urday one of these turned to Hyme's
caddie and said. "What's the name -if
this dub?" The older boy thinking
as he well might, that he had said
"Dub" instead of club answered "W
lie." So when Mr. Wylie got up next
tiniivto drive, the kid piped out "Hy!
I know the name, of that there club!
That's a Wylie!"
The Tram Mateh.
Later in the week there will be a
team match. Many of the western
clubs will be represented. The fol lov
ing will phly for the Rock Island A--sonal
team: J. T. Cady. captain. Ardo
Mitchell, Leon Mitchell and either Will
Mixter, Dick Hosford or Decker
This will be a strong team anil is
practically the same team that won 1::
the Iowa State tournament last sum
mer. Omaha with its large number of
entries, and with Sprague Abbott a,
the head will also have a strong team.
Special street cars will make connec
tions with every Red car on Fifth avo
nue at Forty-second street and with
the Bridge line cars at the arsenal e.v
trance from 8 a. ni. to 8 p. m. begin
ning tomorrow. "
ITollowmg is the program for the
NO SEA SICKNESS,
AS IN THE
EASY AND COOL.
tournament beginning tomorrow:
Wetlneoilny. July 17.
8:30 a. m. First half qualifying
round at medal play lr TransmiKsis
sippi amateur championship IS hol-rs
1:30 p. m. Second half qualifying
round at medal for Tiaiismississiippt
amateur championship IS holes; J3
holes in ail. Thirly-lwo to qualify. TU2
for the lowest medal scoie.
making the sixteen nvt
in the quality ing round
for the diiectois' prize.
making the sisteen net
in the qualifying rounl
for the s cretary's prize.
'I lmrhln v, July IS.
!):00 a. in. First round TiansmissU
sippi amateur championship IS holes.
match play. The f ixtet n hirers in this
round to compete fur the consolatioa
In: 30 a. in. First round for dir:-
tors prize IS holes, match ulav.
11:30 a. in. First round for seci
tary's prize IS hides, match nlay.
2:00 p. in. Second round Tiansnm
irsippi amateur championship IS
hides, match plav.
no p. in. First round for consola
tion prize- is bob s, match plav. Tii
sixtei n players defealed ill the first
round tor the championship are to coal
pete lor the consolation piize.
I'ri.lriv. July l.
S:iio a. m Third round Trausni'a-
(Ouitinueil on Page Fight.)
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