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Listen to the
Outrageous Smear Leaves Its
Mark in the Final Game of
the Season With Peoria.
GOST A DEFEAT, SCORE 4 TO 2
Rank Decision at Secorfd Direct Caus-
of Giving Visitors Three Runs
Nelson Batted Out Again.
Decatur at Iiock Island.
Peoria at Dubuque.
Springfield at Clinton.
Blooiuingtou at Cedar Rapids.
Daylight robbery as bold and unmij
takable as any that ever came to pub
lic notice in the game of baseball here
j;ave Peoria three runs and enabled
Donnelly's bunch to go away with the
last game of the season yesterdiv.
Daub was the perpetrator. HecalledSwa
cina sale at second on an attempted dou-
R-hieai in i no i jurtn, Davidson going to
third, and three runs were the direct
ii-im. jiau owacma ueen retired it
would have made the second out an 1
..1.14- !!.., . . - i
Egan's popup would have retired th
-ide. Davidson was given the Ion
no oi anoiner decision in the eigh'h
; me same oiucial and another run
kock island s chief satisfaction lav
in the tact that lied Nelson was fn
tl,.. ..... l i. ......
"'v vviiiih nine miring me sern.'s
iiatten out of the box. Nelson thought
iie could turn the trick yesterday that
he failed so signally in Wednesday ba.
lie saw his mistake after two singles
and a two bagger had registered two
.-cores. Ho raised the white Hug and
the Indian, Eastman, went to the
mound. The big chief had not mus
tered sufficient courage to appear .n
the Kock Island grounds since a mem
orable occasion two years ago when
jie stood for a fearful drubbing. He
had a reputation to win back and he
worked as few Indians ever work, it
was all in his control, which was per
fect. Hut two hits were registered oT
him in eight innings and there w;s
never tile ghost of a chance to scor.
llfNtTVfll II MllltOllt.
Dig Prank Lakaff toiled on the hiil
for Kock Island and with proper sup
port and a square deal he wou'td have
made it a shutout. Put his backing
was a trifle wabbly on one or two im
portant occasions and there was no
square deal from Daub.
Swalm stung a safe one in the first,
went along a station on Kearney's sac
rifice and ambled the rest of the wa ;
on O'I.eary's two sacker. Dan to jk
third on Vandine's hit and officiated in
a successful squeeze with Wanner.
Wanner and Berger were tint.
There was nothing doing after tin:.
though Vamline led off with a two bad
ger over Davidson's head in th?
fourth. A double play ended t'.c;
sides chances. an home caught at
Peoria went along till the four'h
with no prospects worth speaking or
Then Davidson dropped a fly just out
of reach of the infield and Hewer ad
vanced him on a grounder. Swacina
took a pass and with Kgan at bat a
louble st "a I was pulled off. O'Leatv
saw Davidson Had too lug a start t-
catch'hini at third and threw to sec
ond. Wanner handled the hall, which
arrived in ample time, the throw be
ing perfect. Wanner stood ready e
tag his man two or three feet up i'v
line and did tag him just as Swats
started to slide. It was no use, how
ever. Daub, who had been following
Davidson trotted back shaking hi.-
ln-ad, and it was all off. Had ne been
anxious to make an honest decision he
would have hustled back to second to
see the play at close range, but he
seemed determined to award it to Pe
oria oven before it was made. Egan pop
ped out to Berger. but Donnelly dropped
one about two feet too short for Kear
ney to reach and two scores came in
That tied it up and Peoria went
ahead when Berger error ed on Wolf's
rounder and then threw badly to first.
Kng got it on the bounce and muffed it
and before he recovered possession
Donnelly had crossed the plate from
Peoria counted again in the eighth,
Thiery and Davidson leading wi'.h
scratch singles. Bewer sacrificed and
Thiery tallied on Swacina's fly tint
was caught by Kearney.
1 ! ! from i.rouiKlN.
When the -crowd was leaving the
park a none too friendly bunch gath
ered around Daub and jeered him to a
finish, though no violence was offer
ed. Defective Cox escorted him from
the park to be on the safe side. Score:
KOCK ISLAND A.B. R. H. P. A. E.
Swalm, rf 4 1 1 1 0 n
Kearney, If ..i 3 n 0 3 0 (i
O Leary, c 4 1 1 0 0 0
Vandine. 3b 4 0 2 3 1 0
Wanner, 21) 1 0 0 G 2 0
Berger. ss 3 0 1 4 4 1
Dowers, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Eng. lb 3 0 0 S 1 1
Iakaff, p 3 0 0 0 5 1
Totals 2S 2 5 27 13 2
PEORIA A.B. It. H. P. A. E.
Thiery. rf 4 1 1 1 0 m
Davidson. If 4 1 3 2 0 0
Bewcr. 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0
Swacina. lb 3 1 0 15 l n
Egan, 2b 4 0 0 0 1 0
Donnelly, cf 4 1 1 2 0 0
Wolf, c Tj 0 1 7 3 0
Raymond, ss C 0 0 0 4 0
'Nelson, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
FACE TO FACE
: & .' ... -
CLARENCE C. WANNER,
Fast tluardian of Si-intul Station.
This young . player, who is better
known as "Johnny", was born in Gene.
seo, November 2!, 1S,(. He start
ed his baseball career in Henry couu
iy, playing witn the Atkinson, lienesjj
and other teams. His work was watch
ed by the Rock Island management
and in 1004 he was signed and given
his first work in the outlield. Later
he went to second and played here
during the seasons of 1!(5 and V.W.
At too dose of last season he went to
Portland, Ore. in the Pacific Coas
league and played during the fall, re-
turning to Rock Island at the oiK-ninj
of the present season.
0 0 0 4 i.
totals ;U 4 ; 27 14 (I
Score by innings:
Kocd Island 2 o o i o o o o
l eona 0 0 o ;; o o oi o 1
Hits by innings:
Kock Island u 0 0 1 o o 1 0 0 ."
i eona ii u l 2 I II 2
Bases on balls Off Lak.ilT, 2. Struck
out i,y Kastnian. o. Two base hits
O'Kcary, Vandine. Double plays Bcr-
gt r to Eng; Easiman-Swacina to Wo'f
Sacrifice hits Kearney, Wanner, IVw
er. Raymond. Stolen bases Davidso
nwacnia. iime--i :i'(i. Umpire Car
vuthers and Daub.
;urn-y iiooil Sovt-ii lniiiuKM.
n-.u... i .
uiiuuiiui:, ioa, vug. z l. Ulll'll 'V
pitched invincible ball for six iunin;
not a man getting to first base. In the
eighth, however, Springfield bunch
three hits tind with the help of two
errors won out. 4 to 0. Moore was
steady and well supported. Score:
R. H. P. A. E
Ruby, If u 1 ;;
Si hat nweber, ks o o i;
Herbert, ob 1 1 :',
Smith, lb 0 l lu
Novacek, cf 1 2 l
Hughe.-:, .2b 1 1 ;i
Campbell, if 1 o .0
laid wig, c 0 1 1
Moore, p n o o
Shields, If ...
Dei ringer, ss ,
Weber. 2b . . .
..4 7 27
R. H. P.
0 0 0 0 0 ii u ; 1
0 0 0 0 0 II (I (I ()
Sacrifice hits Bosse, Scharnwebe'-."
Stolen base Hughes. Struck out
By Guniey, C; by .Moore, 1. Bases on
balls Off Moore, 3. Double play
Genius (unassisted); Scharn weber-
Hughes; Sehainweber-1 iughes-Smit'i.
Time 1:33. Umpire Wilkinson.
I.ucky Hit Won.
-m : .. t . . ...
v iiiiLOii, low a, .Allg. 2 1. All oppoi
mic iiu m uic iirst, alter uong gave
two passes, won for the visitors. Tin
R. II. P. A.E.
Kuhns, lb 0
L. Donovan, rf 0
Ebright, 2b 0
Wilson, c o
Tliorsen, p o
Kiiphan, cf ...
Ha rrod, 3b
Corkhill, rf ...
Crockett, lb ..
Bloomington . .
Two base hit
0 4 27 14 4
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0
Corkhill. Struck out
By Tliorsen, 8; by Long, 7. Base
on balls Off Thorsen, 2; off Ixing, 4.
Stolen bases Beck. Kuhn, Wilson CD,
Crockett. Time 1:35. Umpire A!
Mnirner Itatn Two Homers,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 24. Be-
cause of Howard's error and Schreii:
er's fine nitchine. Decatur shut Cedai
0 Rapids out in the first game, 1 to O.
n. r' VK Jar y
THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. AUGUST
HOSFORD IS CHAMP
Moline Man Wins Arsenal Golf
Cup From riis Townsman,
J. D. Cady.
(MAKES THE ROUND IN 78
Otto Huber, Only Reck Islander in at
the Finish, Lands the Class
R. S. Hosford won the title of cham
pion of the Rock Island Arsenal Golf
club and the championship cup yester
day afternoon by defeating J. I). Cady
up. Mr. Hosford's score for the IS
holes was 7S. very fast golf, and
clearly entitled him to the honor. Sev
eral of the matches for the class cupj
were closely contested.
M. N. Richardson won the Class B
cup trom 11. A. Barnard, ti up, 5 to
play. J. N. Van Patten won the Class C
cup from R. C. Mitchell 1 up. For the
Class 1) cup, Harry Ainsworth and G
A. Price were even up at the end of
the IS hole round and played an extra
hole to decide the tie. Ainsworth won
and was heartily congratulated by his
club mates on securing a trophy after
many years of consistent golf.
H. C. Wylie defeated .1. P. Donahue;
1 tip m the Class L series. Otto II u-
ber won the Class V cup from Dr. W
I.. Allen ( up, ; to play. The consol -
tion cup went to I.. T. llillinan. who
defeated Gus Tegeier 5 up. ;', to nlav
Women IIckIii Play SrpJ. X
. .. iiitn o vuciiM iiiijiMnn niaiciies
having been finished, the attention
local golfers is now turned to the wo
men's annual championship matches
of which tilt? preliminary round is play
e iuesday, Sept. :;, and the match
play rounds on the successive ilavs
Celebrate at Monmouth.
Monmouth golfers had a banquet and
jollification at their club ThinsiLsv
evening to celebrale tiK. winning (if
the Class C cut) in the invirnti.n.
tournament at Rock Island arsenal
last week by C. V."
Bridciitkal cf that
The second game furnished all Hie v
ciunient. Wagner's two h.mic rinw
ive Decatur a lead, but the locals fell
upon Schreiber in the eighth and bat
ted (tut a victory. Scores:
Cedar Rapids .0 0 u o n u o u 0 o 4 4
Decatur inn noun no 1 r, n
Batteries Spencer and Simon:
Schreiber and Powell.
R. H. P. A. E
.2 2 4 0 i,
.0 0 5 0 "
.0 o ;; o e
.o o :: o t;
. 2 o o
.0 0 2 1 u
.110 1 V
a i i o o
.T. 7 27 o
It. H. P. A.E.
.0 0 1 0 j
.o o o ;; f
.2 :: o o
.o 1 1 :
.0 1 12 o I
.( oi l r
.o o 2 1 u
.o o o r. n
.) 1 'ye, in
i i v, ie eager, ss
n I mausser, 3b
r, l ota Is
o l iMunar, ct
:i I Powell, c
i I bcnrciber, p
Totals 2 5 21 12
1 Cedar Ranids ...0 o n o o 1 0 4
DeDcatur 1 o 1 o 0 o o o 02
Two base hit Howard. Three has
hit Simon. Home runs Wagner (2i
Stolen bases Davis, Howard. Bast-
on balls By Malicot, 4; by Schreiber
1. Struck out By Malicot, 3; by
Schreiber, 2. Umpire Sot ley.
Red Nelson is not m arly as valuab'o
a baseball assei as ne was nciorc u
Lakaff pitched nice ball, showing
that h" will be a valuable man on the
Rock Island team the remainder of tin
Carruthers was nearer than Daub U
the play at second base which wrong'y
called lost the game for Rock Island.
We would be willing to abide by Car
Vandine's two bagger over David-
son s beau went ueariy 10 me ieuci
. . . ? t . . a i. . r .
SMASHUP OF SPEED RECORDS ON
Scarcely less remarkable than the
i) man who has driven that modern in-
0 vention of restless humanity, the speed-
0 ing automoinie, iasier in racing compt-
0 tition than any otner exponent ot tnis
1 dangerous but thrilling sport, is the
2 I car which has shared his greatest fame
1 1 and his most notable triumphs, ami
0 which will in all likelihood set new
0 marks at the Davenport mile track to
Long, clean and veritably lithe; close
clinging to the earth over which it
speeds faster than any bird of the air;
-- I'ow'.r lo mh ,au? ""Sy
contrived to sup inrougn me air witn
the least resistance to that drag upon
all motion of matter the atmosphere
of the earth; battered by the shocks of
time and troubles which fall to the lot
of an automobile with a reputation to
maintain and a driver determined that
- it shall be maintained if it lies within
the wildest boundaries of life to ac-
- complish the task; a dusty, dented,
TWO UMPIRE SYSTEM
NOT NEEDED HERE
M. H. Sexton However, Rebukes Those
Who See Sinister Motive Back
"All this talk about Umpire Daub
being sent here to give Rock Island
the worst of it is unworthy of any
consideratirrrr' whatever," said M. K.
Sexton today speaking of the Three
Eye pennant race. "I don ot think a
man who has been president of the
Three-Eye league as long as Ed Ho'.
laud has and one whose townspeople
has elected mayor of the city ought
for an instant be cliargeil with any
breach of honor such as this report
implies. In the heat of baseball feol
ing we often say things we do not
really mean when it comes right down
to common sense. I was president ot
the Three-Eye and Western league.;
long enough to realize the groundless
ness of the charges that are frequently
hurlid at the head of a baseball ex
ecutive. ,-I am inclined to believe that the
sending of an extra umpire, here wvs
ill ad vise, 1, especially where one oi
tlit in is its good a man as Carruthers.
Bobby is capable of alone handling
any critical developments in a game,
and when he is on the field another of
ficial is merely a. supernumerary.
However. President Holland may have
been actuated by the best motives
Daub's decisions here have been large
ly prejudicial to Rock Island's chances
His ruling on the play in the fouii'i
yesterday, whether it was right o'
wrong surely demoralized the Rock
Island team and cost the game. I an;
very glad there were no o:mreaks oi
violence and sincerely hope there will
not be any."
is not often a left hander hits one th.1.:
far to left field.
Peoria is like some oilur teams
they play a good deal better ball when
in front than when in the rear.
Chief Eastman places the ball about
as accurately as his ancestors used to
their Hint headed airows. One can al
most see him shut one eye to sight U
the mark just before he delivers.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Jack O'Connell, formerly with the
Three-Eye. is now working as umpire
in the Western association.
Of what use is a supernumerary um
pire to make base decisions when he
is further away from the play than the
Captain Mooi-e of the Decatur team
who lias been out of the game a coupk
of weeks on account of illness arriv-3
today to work against Rock Island.
Ed. Carter, who has been pitching
excellent ball for the Monticello Inter-
urbaniles and whose home is in Be
ment, has been signed by the Decatnr
team for the season of ltos. He is to
report to the team at Decatur next
rakiush racer, the greyhound among
automobiles, the trained, stripped ath
lete of its kind; no fancy decorations,
no shining gold-leaf or brilliantly var
nished surface; no medals to show how
after this dusty hero or a hundred
fights has poked his sharp nose to the
fore and won from his competitors just
as a plain, even cheap-looking car, but
to the seeing eye the real thing for
the work of a real champion: this is
the car, the ciiariot of fame known all
over the world as the Green Dragon
and separately associated with that
other equally well known name Bar
ney Oldficld. Barney Oldficld and the
Green Dragon the Green Dragon and
Barney Oldficld running mates; these,
with the fame of one so nearly the
fame of the other, that the Green
Dragon without Barney Oldfield would
be a sort of derelict on the sea of au
tomobiling, and Barney Oldfield with
out the Green Dragon would hardly be
J the same man
Everyone drinks it and keeps
All Whiskies Bottled in
Old McBrayer. Nelson Bour
bon, Nelson Rye, Anderson
Bourbon, Old Taylor, Clark's
COLFAX WATER Car
bonated and plain. -
1616-1618 Third Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
week for a try out. Shortstop James
Hannah of the same team has been
sold to the Bloomington team.
Cedar Rapids Republican: Now,
Jack Tighe, it's up to you. By wa
ning a respectable proportion of games
you can land that rag in the northern
division yet. Things are breaking yon.
A clippiug from a San Francisco pa
per is at hand telling of a game be
tween Oakland and Los Angeles Aug.
IS in which Walter Carlisle, the former
Islander who has been sold by Ira
Angeles to Boston made three home
The Argus his contended all along
that it is a mistake, if nothing wors ;
to send Daub here to work during the
present scries. It was a slap at tin
city which has not be;n harder on um
pires than other cities in the league
in spite of some severe provocation.
It was also a reflection on Bobby Car
ruthers, who is as good an umpire as
ever worked in here, and was perfectly
capable of doing justice to this ocej
sion. From the first Daub has shown
incompetence if not prejudice against
the Islanders. While no harm ha
been done to him yet the temper of
crowd has about reached the danger
COUNCIL LINEUP FOR GAME
Rock Island and Moline Play -BaM
Here Next Thursday.
The lineup for both teams in the
coming baseball battle between the
Rock Island and Moline city council
lias been announced and it is certain
that a battle royal will be waged iv
the Island City park next Thursday af
ttrnoon. The receipts of the game wiil
be donated to Bethany home. Mayor
Waldo Becker of Davenport may of
ficiate as umpire. The line up of the
two teams follows:
Rock Island Ostrom, lb; McNealey,
2b: Smith, ss: Tuckis. 3b; Pratt, p;
Utke. c; Lawler, If; Holzhammer, ef;
Frick, rf; substitutes, Oberg, Bensoi.
Moline Brown, c; Douglas, p:
Stouffer, lb; Rylander, 2b; Day, 3'.;
First, ss; A. Olson, cf; Christensea.
rf; H. Gripp. If; substitutes, Kcndt,
Eil, Fogelstrom, MacBeth, and Glue
sing. GO TO PLAY DES MOINES
Local Rock Island Clerks Meet
Rivals at Brooklyn, Iowa.
A picked baseball team from the
clerks of the local Rock Island railway
offices left this morning for Brooklyn,
Iowa, where they will meet the office
force team of the Des Moines offices.
The two teams have a game every
year about this time. Last year the
Des Moines employes defeated the to
tals by an overwhelming score, b.it
the local team intend to try and tu-n
the tables in today's contest.
HAS CONCUSSION OF BRAIN
I Frank Bowerman, New York Catcher,
Expected to Recover.
New York, Aug. 24. Frank Bowc
man, catcher of the New York National
league club, who was struck on the
head by a pitched ball from the hands
of pitcher Camnitz of Pittsburg yes
terday, is suffering from concussion of
the brain. Physicians are hopeful of
Lawyers Play at Moline.
. Rock Island lawyers invaded Moline
in force" fits, afternoon to play ball
with the professional lights of that
city for the championship of the three
"Regular as the Sun"
Is an expression as old as the race.
No doubt the rising and setting of the
sun Is the most regular performance
in the universe, unless it is the action
of the liver and bowels when regulat.il
with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guar
anteed by W. T. Hartz, druggist, 301
Twentieth street, 25c.
For the good of those suffering wl'.h
eczema or other such trouble, I wish
to say, my wife had something of that
kind and after using the doctors' rem
edies for some time concluded to try
Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to
be better than anything she had trld.
For sale by all druggists.
BUT WILL HEREAFTER.
HERE FROM SOUTH
President of Three-Eye League H
Ordered Daub to Report at
Clinton From Here.
Mayor Ed Holland of Bloominston,
president of the Three-Eye league, ar
lived in the city today on a tour of
the northern cities. Naturally he had
heard of the Daub outrage yesterday
and stated that he much regretted that
the decision was otherwise than fai..
He said Daub has been ordered to go
to Clinton to relieve the official there
who has resigned. In view of the general
disposition Daub has shown while here
it does not give Rock Island much assur
ance to know that he will officiate
alone in the series at Clinton next
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pet.
Decatur ? C5 38 .631
Peoria 64 39 .621
Springfield 64 40 .615
Rock Island 66 42 .611
Cedar Rapids 57 50 .533
Bloomington 41 59 .427
Clinton , 42 64 .396
Dubuque IS SS .170
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 65 43 .602
Chicago CS 47 .591
Detroit 63 44 .589
Cleveland 65 4S .575
New York .'.51 57 .472
Boston 49 62 .441
St. Louis 45 63 .417
Washington 32 74 .302
W. L. Pet.
Chicago S2 31 .725
Pittsburg 65 44 .590
New York 63 46 .57S
Philadelphia -.5S 49 .542
Brooklyn ...I... 53 59 473
Cincinnati 4S 64 .429
Boston 41 69 .373
St. Louis 34 S2 .293
Rock Island, 2; Peoria, 4.
Springfield. 4; Dubuque, 0.
Decatur, 1; Cedar Rapids, 0 (first
Cedar Rapids, 5; Decatur, 2 (second
Bloomington, 1; Clinton, 0.
Chicago. 4; New York, 0.
Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, 0.
Washington, 3; Detroit, 1.
Boston, 2; Cleveland. 1.
Chicago, 9; Boston, 3.
Pittsburg, 4; New York, 2 (to In
Pittsburg, 1; New York, 0 (five in
nings). Cincinnati, 10; Philadelphia, 6.
Brooklyn, 3; St. Ixiuis, 2.
Columbus, S; Milwaukee, 7.
Ixjuisville. 8; St. Paul, 2.
Indianapolis, 5; Minneapolis, 4 (10
Toledo. 5; Kansas City, 4.
Canton, 2; Evansville, 1 (ll.innings).
Canton, 0; Evansville. 0 (five in
nings). Grand Rapids-Dayton, rain.
Springfield-South Bend, rain.
Terre Haute-Wheeling, rain.
Burlington, 9-10; Oskaioosa, 3-2.
Ottumwa, 7; Keokuk, 2.
Quincy, 3; Marshalltown, 2.
Jacksonville, 1; Waterloo. 3- (12 in
nings). WESTERN LEAGUE. .
Des Moines, 5; Denver, 3.
Free Baby Day Free.
During evey Friday a sitting of your
baby and one cabinet picture will be
given to yon, free. In lots of one dozen
cr more, our $4 cabinets for $3; our $3
cabinets for J2, etc., etc: Have some
good pictures of your baby.
' SMITH'S STUDIO.