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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. -SEPTEMBER 2. 1907.
Inspector for C, R.
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site Harper House.
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I : 'M ' - fx I
PLAY POOR GAME
Djbuque Takes Little Interest
in Sunday's Contest Pro
tested by Holland'.
BAD START IN FIRST INNINl
lurney Wild and Home Players Hit
the Ball and Pile Up a Lead of
Six at Outset.
CAM EG TOMORROW.
lint. hi at Rock lslaml.
Cular Rapids at Dubuque.
Peoria at Springfield.
Klooniiiigiou at Decatur.
l!ol!i teams seemed willing to let tin
icsuit nt the Inst inning settle it yes
(onlay, and the remainder of the eon
est was a laicc. in nie nr.-t place, uie
dart was net auspicious Wiieu it was
aimouiieed by Umpire betloy tnat the
line would be protected by Secretary
Herbert Miller, acting lor Presiden
Holland. What the occasion was fo
tins nobody seemed to know, tor wluh
the Dubuque team was stLl held untie:
i he control of Secretary Rowland of
the Dubuque association in disrogari
of Holland's order to turn it over t-.
him, the same was according to schtd
ule, regular in every way. and the Du
buquc share of the proceeds was hel
ny hock island in trust awamng some
sort of a net I lenient. '
Then OT.iien, the Dubuque catcher,
went on the war path when Swalui reg
istered the last score for Hock Island
alter a terrific collision with the back
stop, and was only prevented from
mixing by the interference of other
players. After that O'Brien was in a
pout. When he did not immediately
lake his place behind the bat again Vm
pii'.. Set icy began calling balls with
nerger at nat ami gave trie i-iamier
shortstop his base without a single toss
by Piicher (lurney.
All III I'lrM.
Keck Island made six runs in the first
inning. (lurney started to use the
slubber ball, but could not control it.
ami he had passed Swalm, hit 1 limes,
ami all were safe on the attempt to
catch Swalm at the plate. Berger was
passed by the Umpire, and then the
hitting began. Cook singled, Dowers
hit for three, and Wilson dropped a
bunt ami hcai it out. Six runs were in
when Swalui came up for the last time
in the inning and made the last out. In
the third Cook hit. Dowers' bunt. went
safe and Eng sacrificed, Wilson bring
ing in a run with a single.
Dubuque Io.-t a chance to score in the
ninth because Madden cut ihird base.
He was tiit villi a pitched ball after
one was down and came home on
O'Brien's two bagger. He ignored tie
third sack, however, and Set ley caught
him in the act. Score:
A 15. K. II. 1'. A. K
... 1 I :: 0 :i
...1 It 0 2 0 tl
. . .:! 1 o in -1 ti
...I l i :: 2 n
l l 2 :: ;i
...l 2 2 ;: i
l 2 i ii ti
n u 2 ti u
... 1 n 2 1 2 n
. . .t 7 !) 27 :: 'i
Alt. I:. II. 1 A. K.
...2 II (I 2 0 ll
...1 ll II 1 l 0
I 0 111 u 0
...I 0 ll 1 2 h
o o 2 l ;.'
1 n ii o :j it
...l o 2 i; n i
...i o 1 1 11 "I
it ii n :; o
. .21; ti 121 ! 2
Vamliue, '-'At . . . .
Wilson, p ......
Genius, ;;ii .
Madden, p ....
Derringer, ss. . .
Webber, i f
u urney, p
Score by innings
Hock Maud .....
ton, tl; olf Ciiirnev,
. .; 111 on it 0 0 -7
..on n 0 0 ti ti 0 0 1
on balls OIT Wil
li. Struck out y
Wilson. 1; 'by (lurney, .". Two-base
hit O'Hricii. Three-bane hits Do.v
eis, owanu. iMiuoie plays lieiger t J
Cook tt Mimes: Himes (unassisted);
Wili-on to Cook to Mimes. Hit by
pitcher Mimes, Medill, Matldeu.
Passed ball O'l.lrieu. Wild pitch-
(.urney. Stolen bases Mimes (2),
Vandino. Merger, Wilson, Shield
Webber. Time !::;:. Fmpin Set-
Ill- in lit ImiitiuM.
Springlield, 111.. Sept. 2. Springfield
and Decatur struggled for 10 innings to
a tie, 2 to 2. A home run in the sixth
inning hy l'urtcil with a man on sec
ond caused the deadlock. Score:
Springlield .. . .0 1 no l n o o u fi 2 7 1
Dec atur 0 0 o n ll 2 0 0 II (I 2 5 2
liatteries Owens and Ketter; Bomat
Summary: Two-base hits Shaw,
Ketter. Tf-n'P-lmsc hit Shaw. Home
run Pint ell. Struck out Hy- Owens.
2; by ttomur, 7. liases on halls Off
Owens, 2 :off linmar, 1. Double play
Scharnweber - Hughes - Smith. Time
1:15. Umpire Carruthers.
I'fMir Slrnltclit from llliMiinrrn.
Keona, 111., bept. 2. Peoria made it
four straight from P.looiniugton hytak
ing the Iat game of the series. Score:
Peoria 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 4 10 (
Hloomiugton . . ..01 00100 00 2 G I
Batteries Wilder and Erickson
Koestner ami Donovan.
Smumary: Two-base hits Thiory, 2
Connors, 2. Three-base hit Beck
Bases on balls Off Koestner, ?.. Struct
out By Wilder, 4; by Koestner, 5.
Umpires Wilkinson and Guthrie. Timo
1:40. Attendance 2,500.
Sion-rr ;( IHm.
Clinton, Iowa, Sept. 2. The Infants
FACE TO FACE
u sweats 1
1f MX :iVlltiMt: 3
llar.l Hitting Uiglit Kit l.k r.
This popular player was born in
Hello Plaiuc, lowa, Sept. 21, ISSIi. Ho
began his baseball career about live
years ago, playing independent ball in
i. id around his home town. In l'.mi:
anil l!u:l be attended (irinuell collegt
and playi-d with the college both sea
sons. His work while at (Irinuell was
noticed by the management of the Dav-
nport Thrio-Kye club, and in I'.ml he
was signed. JSwalm a! that time was a
twirler. Me played the oiulicld with
Davenport in the seasons of l'.till and
'.".j anl he was then traded to Koek
Island for .lesse Huby, ami has render
ed i lie Islanders vaiuanie ' service
m the two seasons no lias
en with the team. During his
tour yiais as a league player twaim
as never lnissvd a game. He is tcad.
mtl reliable in the liehl ami his long
right lieltl smashes when a hat cause
pitchers to fear him. Tln ie are three
brothers in the family of ball players.
Mui''y Swalm. the Dubuque pitcher, be
ing one, and si ill another is twirling in
the Iowa league.
nidi d tin Spencer hard.
runs in en.- nuiing on li
on halls. tcoro:
Cetlai Rapids.. .0 0 ll 1 0 ll ll II 1 l!
'Union (i o 2 ti n 2 o s U 1 I
Battel ic s Spencer ami Simon; l'leei
Sunituai ies: Two-base hits Plyle
'reii'h, Kket. Struck oul By, Speu
cer, h. liases on balls Off tipeneer, ( ;
off Fleet. 1. Time 1 :;:.". Umpire
uimi.v siit i iit r,
lliiliuijiM' I ii :il lr o Hit W hile Ishiiiilrrn
l'isstl Wi I.it (Mini I'.iioi.kIi i W in.
Hits were bunched on Weber twice
Saturday, and Dubuque was able to
do little wiih Neal, ami the result was
a shutout I io o. Swalm hit for :r
starter in the first, was saelificed along
by M'nphy and scored "on Mimes' hit.
Vumlini's two bagger brought .lack in.
In the eighth Mimes started with a
leant il'ul I hroe-baggcr to right field and
Vamliue went iiim a little better by hit
ting in the same quarter and a trille
failher. Van later scored on a siiml"
ty Dowels. Xcal hail one bad innint;.
ged to piill out
of it without
Vaudiuc. :ib . . .
Monday, Sept. 2.
M;iliiii-r nml KvrniuK.
iV; Ctilin's Coinidett! l'luilm
:re;it Allierieail ('ulll
TO DIE AT DAWN
By ll.iltuii I'liwetl.
Great Heart Throbs and Laughs Hap
- hr It urn I lt:illriuil Sl.'ltliill nml lln-
Sriisiinii:il f.N-nr ! I nilcr
IIm- Iii'i-Im f tin- Itoi-ky
SINGING AND DANCING SPECIAL
I'UICKS inc. L'Dc, Site :inil Title. Seats
on .sale at theater. Plume west 224. Mat
inee price Hie nml 2r.c.
DlRtCTION CrlAnaFNLIN.KlNOTM. COflMNV
Thursday, Sept. 5.
nc MkIiI Ouly.
Kilrny Britton's Marvelous Sensa
An Aristocratic Tramp
SEE the Exciting Automobile Race
The Mont Rrnlintio It nil run 1 Scene F.ver
FIVE BIG SPECIALTY ACTS.
IMIK KS lite, 20c. 3iH- ;unl 3 c. Seal
I""!" at theater, riiune 221. i
SALT FIRST DOWN
Morning Game With Clinton
Won 2 to 0 With Lakaff
in the Box.
O'LEARY BACK IN LINEUP
Islanders Bunch Three of Their Four
Hits Off Long in the Seventh
Getting Two Runs.
The Islanders bunched I lin o of their
I'our hits in the seventh iuniitg in u i -.-iiorning's
game, ami pushed over two
runs, more ihan enough to win with
-"rank 1-akaff on the mound, lor he
pitched shut out hall all the way.
-akul'f was in line form ami Dan
J'Lcary ictunied to his ohl position
o see that no mistakes were made.
It looked" like one of those long
games until the seventh, when Boas'
.valketi O'Leary for the third time,
.lerger sent him along wit It a sacri
!ce, but when Cook hit to Vamlegri'.;
Dan was caught between second ami
i bird but not until louie had traveled
to second. Dowers smeared
left center ami Cook calm
l.akatl". just to show how he
lo it. sent a lrie to center
tml Dowers counted. Swalm also
.lis daily bingle, but Murphy Hew
' Ohl, in. ending the session.
1 1 11 ll I (111- t'lllllK'l.
( Union had one chance in the fifth
but that was nipped by Swalm, wh
made a perfect throw to the bom
,jiato eaieniiig miiiiii who tried lo
cor l Kaphali's single and relirin
'he side-. Score:
! 5c! ger, ts
DoWel s, i f
La kail', p
Kapnaii, (f ....
. . 1
Vol,. !, ss
Ki. in h. 2h
Score by innings
!;iff, 2; off Iug, 5.
I.akalf, 1; by Long.
- Murphy, Berger.
! limes. Time- 1:25.
112 ti 4 21 12 it
.0 0 ll 0 0 0 2 0 ;; 2
.0 II II II II 0 ll ll ll 0
on balls Off Li
st ruck out By
1. Sacrifice bils
Umpire Set ley.
oili(r Morning; (iniifM.
Bloomingtoii, Seif. 2. The morning
game was called off today on account
f we grounds.
Peoria, 11!., Sept. 2. Springlield wo:
'he morning game :' to 1.
Cook. 2b 1 0 n 2 1 )
Dowers, cf 4 I) 2 ?, 0 0
Eng. c :i 0 1 ii o o
Neal, p 2 0 0 o 2 ')
Total 21 4 1(1 27 115 1
DUBUQUE. All. R. II. P. A. E.
Sluelds, If 1 0 1 0 I)
McGill, cf I 0 0 2 0 0
Posse, lb f 0 0 1:; ii .".
Genius, lib 4 0 u i (; n
Madden, 2b II 0 0 -j, o
Derringer, ss 2 0 l n ;; 0
O'Brien, c :i 0 1 5 1 0
Companion, if :; 0 0 l (I o
Webber, p 2 (I 0 0 ,ri 0
Total ;:o ti 21 17 0
Koek Island 2 0 0 0 11 0 0 1
Dubuque n 0 0 0 0 11 0 ,1 0 I)
Summary Bases on balls OIT Neal
2. Struck out By Neal. 5: by Web
ber, 2. Two-bast? hits Vamliue. TIiit
bast; hits Mimes, audiiio. Double
plav Herger to Cook to Mimes. Hit
by pitcher Berger. Passed hall
Eng. Stolen bases Himes, Bergei-,
Dowers, Webber. Sacrifice hits Mur
phy, Neal, McGill. Time 1:25. Um
Illlirr Snlurtlny fianim.
Cetlar Kapids 7 17 1
Clinton . . .
, ..1 d
-Fox ami Simon;
At. Peoria First game:
Batteries Eastman and Wolfe; Thor
sen. Beck and Wilson. Umpire Set
ley. Second game:
Batteries Moore. Wolfe ami
son; Syfert and .Donovan.
-,S S 2
..4 y 5
Springfield C 9 0
Decatur 1 S 0
Batteries Salisbury, Beecher, Nova
cek and Hughes; BlttroltT, Persons,
Berry and Powell.
Dubuque. Sept. 2. Cedar Rapids dil
not appear for the morning game.
Cedar Rapids, Sept. 2. Tho morning
game was declared forfeited to Cedir
Rapids because Dubuque was not on
Berger is the first man who ever got
RECORD OF THE
t.M. lining tfiinifS not Included.)
W. L. Pet.
Decatur 70 41 .011
Peoria 70 42 X2r.
Springfield W 41 .(111
Rock Island 70 45 .609
Cedar Kapids (U 51 .557
Biooniingiou 4I i7 .407
lintoii 15 CO .:1Dj
uqile B !'5 .1(J7
W. L. Pit.
Chicago t.!i ;i:i .72J
New York H9 IS ,r,:i i
I'ittslmrg 7o 111 .5SS
l'liihulelphia C5 51 .5i;'i
P.itioklyu 55 (15 .U.S
Ciiiciniiat i 50 7o .117
P.osum i:i 75" .::i;i
St. luia :i". .so .215
AM EK1CAN LEAGUE.
W. I j. l'ct.
1'etroit 7h 15 .01.1
Piiilatlelpliia C'.i HI .000
Chicago 71 !'. .512
Cleveland t:: 10 .5Sj
New York 51 02 AM
Boston 52 00 .1-5-1
St. Louis 17 (ill .40i5
Washington :',T, 7s .;;io
Hock Island. 7; Dubuque, o.
Peoria. 1; Bloomingtoii. 2.
Clititoii, 12: Cedar Kapids. 1.
Springfield, 2; Decatur, 2 (10
Chicago, ;5; Detroit, 1.
St. Louis, 1; Cleveland. 2 (eight in
nings.) NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Chicago, 2; St. Louis, 7.
Cincinnati, 1-2; Pittsburg, 0-2 (sec
ond game seven innings.)
Milwaukee, r-S; St. Paul. 2-n.
Columbus, 0-S; Toledo, 5-1 (second
ame seven innings.
Louisville, 1; Indianapolis, 1.
Kansas City, 15; Minneapolis
Dayton. 2; Springfield. 5.
Evans ville, 4; Torre Haute, 7.
Grand Kapids, 1; South Bend,
Mai .-halllown, ii; Ottumwa. 2.
Burlington, 5-10; Keokuk. OU!.
Deliver, 0": Pueblo. "i-S (second
ame six iiitiings.)
THKEE EYE LEAGUE.
Koek Island. I; Dubuque, 0.
Peoria. 12-S; Bloomingtoii. 2-1.
Springlield. fi: Decatur, 1.
Clinton. 0; Cedar Kapids. 7.
a pass without a nail neing pncheti to
Tlie crowd was glad when G urney
cut out the slobber ball yesterday.
While Wilson got awav with the
game in good shape yesterday about
all he hail was that famous smile thai
never came off.
The protesting of the game yester
day by President Holland seems to
have had a demoralizing effect on play
ers, umpire, and een the spectators.
Swalm's three-bagger yesterday was
a beauty, the ball finally n posing on
the bench under the porch of :he club
house when it was picked up by Web
er. Minus' ami Vamline's hits in the
same quarter Saturday wore screamers,
COLONEL HOBBS IS
Commandant of Arssnal Takes Golf
Match With Net Score of 73
Lieutenant Colonel V. E. Mobbs.
commandant of the Koek Island arse
nal, won the men's preliminary handi
cap in the golf playing at the Arseiia!
links Saturday afternoon. His score
was 72. net, which, being lower than
that of any other player, he w:u
awarded the cup.
Ardo Mitchell made low score, his
figure being 70. Mr. Mitchell 'wa
third from the top of the list. .1. !..
Ilecht coming second with 70 not.
Uorty-one players took advantage of
the fine weather to enter the match,
of whom 25 finished.
The scores aie as follows:
Gross. Mtlcp. NdL
F. E. II ebbs Ml
J. L. llec'it y.j
Aulo Mitchell 70
W. L. Velie S:I
H. G. Pape ',1 1
W. R. Alexander HU
G. M. Bechtel...
A. L. Moore
F. A. Lischer...
R. S. Mosford...
L. T. Millmaii...
G. W. Burr
21 , J)
Chailcs Grilk Ill
E. II. Ryan 121
Wilson McClelland 91
C. J. Rochow 125
Gus Tegeler 102
C. J. Cooper 104
E. B. Babbitt 107
Nathaniel French 104
-W. II. Snider. W. P.
D. Cady. Henry VNltwr.
Mn?fs Rothschild. Francis Baker. J.
II. Trimble, G. A. Price. Leon Mitchell.
C. B. Schmidt. J. W. Bollinger. J. F
Lardner. H. G. Capp. J. X. Van Pat
ten, G. L. Eyster. and F. G. Alien.
President Holland Declares
Ftai'hiss Forfeited and is
Defied by Off cers.
ROWL. NO TAKES TEAM HUME
Cedar Rapids Lines Up With Leagus
Executive and There Is No Con
test at Either City.
President Ed. Holland of the Throe
lye league reached Hock Island Samr-
day evening, and with Secretary Mer-
beit Miller held a conference at the
Harper house with Secretary C. M. Kow
laml ami Joseph A. Palen of Dubuque,
after which it was announced that the
Dubuque franchise had been declared
forfeited, taking effect yesterday, ami
that the games scluduied for that city
wit h Cedar Kapids would be played at
Cetlar Kapids, those with Clinton at
Clinton, and those with Keck Island aT
Davenpoit. When asked by an Argus
icpresoiitative if that was not a dis
crimination as to Hock Island Mr. Hoi
land offered no explanation.
Secretaiy How-laud was more com
municative. He saitl that he had of
fered a certified check to Mr. Holland
io cover any shortage that Dubuque
might show in its share of league dues
by reason of falling below the Ijo.ono ni
temlance mark, hut the offer was de
clined. Hi- said also that Dubuque is
now but about '.1,0110 short in attend
ance with in games yet to play at
home and submitted to Mr. Holhuid fig
ures to show she greatly improved at
tendance since the new owners (ook
hold of the club a month ago.
I I O-il lli-sol.i1 ion :in Audiorily.
Mr. Holland, however. sud he was
acting under authority vesl.l in him
bv the resolution passed at the Peoria
meeting which gave l.in power to tak
charge of the team in Hie event that
he did not receive satisfactory assur
ances from President Murphy of th
Dubuque association. Mr. Kowian.l
said that Mr. Muriiay had been in
structed bv the directors to convey
uch assurances, but seems to have 11
glecled to do so. Mr. Murphy was om
of the city when the notification cairn
thai the franchise was about to be tor
felled and could not be i t ached.
Mr. Holland went to Davenport alicr
the conference to arrange for the play
ing of the Koek Island games there
Then he went to North Dakota. Secre
tary Miller remaining with the inten
tion of taking charge ol the team yes
The Dubuqiiers after a long ilKtanct
telephone conference, decided to fight
to keep tlio franchise, anil accordingly
Secretary Kowland remained in the city
and the team went to the ball park
under bis orders yesterday and went
with him to Dubuque last night to
play Cedar Kapids there today accord
ing to sohodu'.e. Mr. Kowland said he
would complete the season according
to schedule ami would carry his protest
to the National commission over Pres
ident Holland's head.
In the meantime Secretary Miller ap
pealed to Chief of Police Eckhart to
collect the receipts of yesterday's game
and turn the Dubuque share over to
him. This 1 he-chief refused to do. The
Koek Island association took no sides
in the controvirsy, holding the receipt
in trust for further developments.
Hill Mm Milk lliilltiml.
It was put up to Manager Hill of Ce
llar Kapids whether he should obey
President Holland's order or take sides
with Dubuque. Before leaving here
Mr. Holland ordered the Cetlar Rapids
team to stay at home for the Dubuque
series, beginning today. Mr. Rowland
telephoned last night that his team
would be at home according to sched
ule. .Manager Mill chose to stand bv
President Holland, and, accordingly re
mained at home, where Umpire Daub
forfeited the morning game to C"dar
Rapids and will take the same action
this afternoon, under the orders of
Secretary Miller, who went to that city
from here. Dubuque is understood to
For the strong that they
may keep their strength.
For the weak that they
may regain their strength.
For the young that they
may grow in strength.
the most nutritious food made
Clean, crisp and fresh.
Theater Eighteenth Street.
Two Shows Every Night at 8:00
Something special for the la
dies tomorrow matinee don't
miss it. Children admitttd on
Saturday for 5 cents. Friday
night is amateur night.
For picnics, dances, society
met lings an l public and priva'e
gatherings of all kinds
Everything new ami redeeo--ated.
Telephone for open dales.
be playing an exhibition game with ani-
at urs ibis afternoon.
While both Plesident iSpencer of the
Koek l.-'ami association and Presiib-nt
1'iafts of the Clinton association wer
it the Maiper house Saturday night
iic.ill.er was admitted to the confertne;
anil as litth or no information w-.is
vouchsafed them alterwanl save from
the Dubuque point of view thev wcro
not in position to conic to anv con
clusion as to the merits of ihe contro
wrsy. Em- this reason the r-ccipt.-,
of yesterday's game were held her-
Ki-liulVciI nt IiiIiiii.
Manager Mill v.as. apparently taken
into President Holland's confidence to
a grottier cxtint and lroiii him it was
learned today that the league exocit
(ive based ihe i .iild -uite.-s of his ac
tion 011 tlie tact that he had not re
ceived the consideration he held dm?
when he visiied Dubuque hist week
and had found tlilliculty in getting re
sponses of any kind to letters utfitci
to the otlici;-.!.- of the association there.
Therefore h felt justified iu usm.;
the power of the Peoria, resolution
Mr. Holland. if Dubuque con
unties to hold the team, niny put tr.c
matt', r up to the iinljyitlti.il player,;
by blacklisting them. In the meal
time the am.-- that are scheduled t
play with Dubuque, if they are 0.1
the ground as ordcre.l by th" presi
dent, will have the games forfeited to
I There id a disposition." here to critir
cise Mr. Holland for transferring the
games to Davenport instead of I
Koek island, as he has done wilh Cliu
ioli ami Cedar Rapids. However.
League Vice Piesidi-nt .lames Hayes
of Davt lqnirt says the games are giveo
to thttt city as ;:n experiment ami if
ihe city shows an encouraging inte.
est ii will be in line for the vacant
bo 1 th next ' season.
Rock Island is not disposed to take
sides in the controversy, although ;t
doubts the expediency of President Mid
land's course in acting just at this lime
and causing the league to sillier the
loss of one town's Labor day receipts.
And it is held that it would have been
the part of wisdom for the league exec
utive to hold a meeting of the directors
here Saturday In fore adopting the
course he did. Whether or not his ac
tion is legal from any standpoint re
mains to be disclosed.
Independents Defeat Taylor Ridge.
The Independents of South Rock
Island defeated a team trom Taylor
iji.lge at ti e home gltitimls yesterday
afternoon 0 to 5 in a 12 inning game
The battery lor the lndepeml juts was
Sdniitzt r ami Blade ami lor Taylor
;i:dge. S .-.pes. Hobart and Meyers.
Carriers Prove Best.
Th-- carriers of the Rock Inland post
olliee proved the better players yes
terday afternoon, defeating (he clerks
7 to .
M M O - -
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY