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iTHE ARGUS, THURSDAY. SEPTKMREK 5, 1907.
HEADS SAME WAK
FourthScore With Clinton Iden
tical With Other Three
of the Series.
SIX CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTfe
Harper House Block.
Howard Pitches Again and Is Pulled
Through by Steady and at Times
Peoria to Victory, holding the Senators
to seven scattered hits. Springfield's
only run was made on Wolfe's passed
bull after Shaw had hit for three bases.
PEORIA. It. II. P. A.E.
Thicry, if 0 4
Davidson, if 0 H 2
jwacina, 11) 1 1 10
.Jewer, ob 1 2 (I
Sgau, 2b 1 2 2
Donnelly, cf 0 0 1
V )ll"o, c (t 0 1
Raymond, ss 1 1 1
Wilder, p 1 1 0
Iiibuiuo ft 1 lock Island.
Clinton at Cedar Rapids.
Peoria ;it Springfield.
Blooiniugton at Decatur.
Four 2 to o shutouts from Clinton
ami eery one of them a well con
teMed and interesting game till tin
last man was out in the ninth, that is
a record, seldom, if ever, duplicate.;
in baseball. Si shutouts straight and
seven rames on the home grounds, cr
US innings played without being scored
on that's hanging up a mark for sure.
v. i: -: ln-r we win the pennant oi not.
Thornton, if 0
Uuby, If o
Shaw, cf .1
Herbert. 3b , . . . : 0
Smith, 11) 0
Hughes, 2b (I
Scharnvcbcr, ss 0
Donovan, c 0
Salisbury, p 0
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liany Howard was called upon to
icp.at the trick yesterday that h
p. : iornieu luesday ana tie aid it, so
f.-i as the essential results were co:i
i t 1 ned. True, he did not get off wit'i
a single hit and he walked tour men
but he and his backers got out of a
hole in nearly every inning. .Clinton
never ceased to be dangerous and it
took the hardest kind of work for
everybody to keep them away from
the plate. I hey had men on base 11
every inning, getting one safe bing!
each in the first four innings, bavin
a man sate through an error in the
til.li, and the first Tf 1 up 111 eaci
of the hint tour nums feeing first
twice bv passes and tUt lv Kits
Several times they wire let dow
without a hit when a safe iLit gl
would have meant a ruu.auil-m s"
oral occasions brilliant fielding c.'t ft
Fiiniinlic Much l"x-i-iiu'iit
Dowers nailed a liner close in from
Ohlan's bat in the sixth when Kaphan
was on second by reason of a pa .s
and a sacrifice. Then Corkhill smash
ed a high one to Swalm that Al had
to inn clear back in the corner to get.
Howard passed the firs' two men it.
the seventh but a bunt forced a man
at third, another got pinched off at
s.cuiil and the third retired on an
easy grounder. Kaphan started tro't
Me in the eighih by hitting, was sac
llfieed along by Harrod and Ohlan
t:i)oa lor a pass. i lie latter was
forci.,1 at second by Corkhill who de
liuerately sct out for second while
liVnvcrs had the hall. The latter
threw to second too late to catch tho
runner and Kanhan niked for iho nl:it.-
r was handling the second ba.-e
of the deal ;nd he shot the
phrre back in ample time to nail the
.r..... 1 . . t . . . .
iiaiii ueiure ne scored. 1 lungs
okeu about as ominous in the ninth.
hen Davy Crockett started right out
it li a screaming hit to right. Vogol
ew out to bwalm. but II lines .niggled
ir an instant Howard's throw to
atch French and there were men
1st and second. Smith smeared wine
inked a sure safe Texas leaguer to
j'f't but Johnny Wanner who was
rangijfg in that territory, came in fast
I ml caught it close to the gnmn 1,
easily doubling Crockett at second.
j Score Wil limit 11 Hit.
j H'ick Island did not earn a run,
though there were men on base in
every inning save one. Three iiiiiin;-.;
in succession two basers were polo.i
out but they always went for naught.
Hut in the si.:h O'.I.cary got around
without a hit being made. He ac
cepted a pass, as did Himes who fol
lowed him. Dan led far off second
am! whin Smith threw to Vogd tj
ca ch him he tut for third. There
wiis plenty of time to get him on the
relay but Vugel got in a hurry an 1
threw wide and O'Leary came all the
w.iy home. O'l.cary made the second
score in the eighth under circumstances
that were much the same. With one
out he and Himes were again passed
:md then Vandine got a short hit, fill
ing the sucks. Uorger fanned but
Wanner waited for a pass and O'Leary
was forced in. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. AR.R. II. 1.
Swalm. if 4 0 0 2
O'Leary, c 2 2 1 :j
Himes, lb 1 0 0 7
Vandine, ob 4 0 1 :i
IJerger, ss 4 0 0 4
Wanner, If U 0 1 2
Cook, 2b 4 0 1 4
Dowers, cf 3 0 0 2
Howard, p ' ft 1 ft
CAPTURE NUMBER I
slanders Defeat Dubuque in
First Game of Double Head
er This Afternoon
THOUGH PLAYING POORLY
Five Errors Charged Up Against Mem
hers of Home Team Left Fielder
Score by innings:
Peoria 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0-
Springfield 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Summary: Two-base hits Hewer
ungues. 1 nree-nase hit Hliaw. stolen
bases Thiery, 2; Kgnu. 2. Hases on
balls Off Wilder, 1; tiff Salisbury, C.
Struck out IJy Wilder, by Salis
bury, 2. Umpires Wilkinson and Guth
rie. Attendance l.ooo.
Tno lilts Oil' lllttnilft'.
Decatur, 111., Sept. r. ISittroltT held
lJlooniingte.11 to two singles, and but
for errors would have shut out the vis
Rock Island won the lust game of
the doubie header witn Diilnuiue this
afternoon although not playing up
the standard. The score was to
the home team inviting defeat by mak
ing live errors.
4 III! II K ! 1. 1 IK' II l.
Left Fielder Murphy was out of th
lineup having been suspended las'.
night for failure to keep in condition
and Derger was replaced at short by
Cook, being out of the game -jf, a re
suit of blood poison having develop
in his injured hand. Score:
KOCK ISLAND. All. It. II.
Pow ell, c
uiiners, if . . . .
O'Leary, c . .
Himes, lb ...
Vandine, :'.b . .
Wanner, 2b . .
Shields, If ...
McC ill, cf ...
Genius. ;!b ..
Madden, 2b .,
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RECORD OF THE
THIt EE EYE
Rock Island .
even and that Iilooniington
care of Decatur.
Score by innings
P.ases tin balls
II II 1
0 (I 11 11 1 11 no 0 1
0 1 11 2 u 11 0 n
no-liase hit O'lhien.
i.undin, 1. Struck out
Piiiiadi Iphi.i 7:
New York 55
St. Louis 4!)
Lundin, 1; Gurney, 1. IV.ed ball
O'Hrien. Double play Cook to Hime
Time 1 ::!(. I'mpire Set ley.
Total 28 2 5 27 IS 2
CUNTON. AB. R. II. P. A. E
Kaphan, cf 3 0 3 .1 ft ')
Harrod. 3b 1 0 0 ft 1 0
Ohlan, If 3 0 0 3 0 (1
Corkhill, rf 4 ft 1 1 0 0
Crockett, lb 3 0 2 1ft ft ft
Vogel. ss 3 ft 0 2 1 1
French. 2b 3 ft ft 2 4 0
Smith, c 4 0 ft 5 2 ft
Fleet, p 3 0 ft 0 4 0
Total 27 0 6 24 12 1
Totals 1 i
Score by innings:
Decatur ft ft 2 2 ft ft 2 ft --- (I
IJkioinington ft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 J
Summary: Two-base hits Jeffries.
i.ong. stolen nasos .11 lines, Wagner
(2), Purtell (2). Ung. Double play
Kocstner-Snyder-Kuhn. Struck out
I5y lSittroiri, 2; by Koestner, 1. Pases
on balls Off liittrolff. 4; off KoestneM
5. Vnipire Carruthers.
Wire Strike !!- en In t-Hnu-.
Dubuque, Iowa, Sept. 5. The Cedar
Rapids team failed to appear lure for
the game, and it is claimed it has vio
lated the injunction issued by Judge
Mathews by so doimr. President Hol
land w ired Manager Hill to report here
for the game, but Hill claims be did
not icceive the notification in time to
get his team together, it is assumed
the Cedar Rapids manager will at
tribute his failure to comply with the
injunction to the telegraphers' strike.
Howard fielded nicely. Notice th -t
he had eight assists.
Fleet is a good, hard working
pitcher. His out drop is unfathomable.
Kaphan got three of Clinton's hi's
and Harrod sacrificed him lo second
in each cast.-.
Himes stopped a wild throw fro n
Rergcr who was trying to execuje a
double that if it had gotten away
would have meant at least one run.
Nobody thought Doworp would gel
Ohlan's fly in the sixth and many
1.1 . 1. 1 . ,
iwuiu s-ec uie urn already ciialKeii 1111
on tlie score board long before be
closed in 011 the ball.
Himes drew three passes an.l
o Leary two, so hard did Fleet try to
et them just over the edge for the
batters that he most feared. Twioi
the two were passed in succession
and in each case a run resulted.
mines error yesterday consisted 11
allowing the ball to bounce out of his
mm just long enough for French to
reach the sack. The first baseman
had the ball the next instant without
really losing it, as it dropped back in
his hands, but it was too late.
Wanner looks the goods in left field
His one chance yesterday wps tlu
hardest imaginable and he Handled it
perfectly, thus sustaining the view that
many have always held that lie is an
outfielder rather than an infielder. He
also lammed out a corking two-bagger,
GETS WRIT HERE
Dubuaue Baseball Association
Takes Out Injunction Before
Master in Chancery.
Ni v Yo k . .
ISrooklyn . . .
Cincinnati . .
bt. Louis ...
SAMEASONEGRANTED IN IOWA
Score by innings: "
Rock Island 00000 10 1 2
Clinton 0 000ft 00 000
Summary: Two base hits Cook
O'Leary. Wanner. Bases on balls
Off Howard, 4; off Fleet.' 0. Struct
out Ry Howard. 2; by Fleet, 5. Don
ble plays Vandine to Himes to Ber
ber. Wanner to Cook. Tassed ball
Smith. Tim! 4:25. Umpire Setler.
Wllilrr In Form.
Peoria, 111., Sept. 5. Wilder pitched
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Last Series With Miners Opened This
Afternoon at Island City Park
with Double Header.
. . 3S
Who's managing Blooinington, wv
should like to know?
Third Baseman Blausser and Pitcher
Marion have been sent by Hill to Mar
shalltown to become seasoned.
Peoria talks of protesting the live
games that Springfield won on the
home grounds from the Distillers re
cently, though the grounds are not
Joint Codwin. the erstwhile star oiu-
fic'.dc r with Bloomiugtou and for tw-i
seasons with the Boston American-.
has signed witn Burlington in th
Berger s hand, which was injured n:
the Decatur series here, is bothering
him again. Today it developed symp
toms oi blood poison and it seems 11
will lie necessarv tor htm to lie our
of the gam:- for a few days.
As long ago as July it was reported
that a Rock Island has -ball enthusiast
forgot his patriotism so far as
wager that the Islanders
win the pennant. The
111 j hope is that he loses all h
" t n n c i ).
put up an I
PLAY IS ONE-SIDED
No Close Matches in Tourna
ment for Women's Cham
pionship Golf Cup.
MRS. FRANK MIXTER WINS
Contesting with Miss Hagans in Semi-
Finals Today at Rock Island
President Spencer of the Rock lsl
uid Baseball association was served
with a notice this morning that a tem
porary injunction had been grained bv
Master in Chancery B. D. Connelly t
Mr.. Silencer, any member of the local
association, or of any other associa
tion in the league, or the ofliccrs of
the Three-Eye league from interfering
in any manner with tln 1 ini.n.m,. t.
in playing out the remainder of it -
games according to schedule. In shon.
it was the same injunction as was i.
sued by Judge Mathews at Dubinin..
procured in Illinois to make it binding
upon all the league authorities. The
master in chancery acted in the ab
sence of Judge (Jest from t'i. fitv
Seatie & Marshall representing the
Dubuque association. The writ as in
the cao of the one granted at Du
limine, is subject to a motion to dis
miss and is set to come up in the ci -
cuit court at the September term, bin
not before the end of the Three-Eye
Mere I'oriimlil y lloro.
The serving of the notice of injunc
tion was a formality so far as the
Rock Island association was concern
ed and, judging by the development:;
of the last few days, or rather th--
lack of developments, was not reall.'
necessary to restrain the remainder
of the league. As has been state 1
Rock Island lias received no officid
information one way or the other an i
had made all arrangements to play
Dubuque. Notification was wired Sec
retary Rowland yesterday bv Manage
Tighe that there would be two ganu'o
The Dubuque team arrived today
and oioiied the last series of the str.:
sen here w.th a double header this
Drop Mnticr for I'rrKcnt.
A dispatch from Bloomington an
nounces that the attorney who went
from Bloomington to investigate the
situation at Dubuque returned last
night, and reported to President Hol
land that the injunction seemed valil
and would not coma up for hearing
"tilt October. He advised that the mat
ter be dropped till the end of the se 1
seu and the intimation was conveyed
that President Holland had decided tj
adopt that course.
The Dubuque officers announce th it
they will claim' $40(T;- game fiom: th
league for each of the fonr- jCphtests
that were not. played according., tj
schedule' by reason of Cedar Rapid'
failure to appear while actincr, under
Holland's orders. It is further stated
THREE EYE LEAOlTE.
Reek Island. 2; Clinton, 0.
Peoria. 5: Springfield, 1.
Decaiur. fi; Blooinington, 1.
AM EBICAX LEAGL'E.
Chicago, -; St. Louis, 1.
Cleveland, li:. Detroit, 5.
Philadt lphia. 4; New York, 2.
Boston Washington, wet grounds.
N AT It X A I . I ,EAG U E.
Chicago. S; St. Louis. 2.
New York, 4; Brooklyn. 1 (first
Brooklyn, t: New York, i (seven in
nings). Pitisburg. -; Cincinnati, 0 (first
Pittsburg. 5: Cincinnati, 2 (seven in
nings). Boston -Philadelphia, wet grounds.
IOWA LEACH' E.
Burlington, Hi; Otttunwa, 11.
Oskaloosa, Keokuk, 2.
Waterloo, :; Jacksonville, 0 (for
Maishalltown. 1: Quincy, 2.
A M E RICAX ASSOCIATION.
Columbus. 5; Indianapolis,
Kansas City, in; St. Paul. !) (10 in
nings). Louisville. S; Toledo, 7.
Canton, 4; South Html, o.
Daxton. :'.; Tt rre Haute, 0.
Wheeling. Grand Rapids, 0 (for
Springfield, 10; Evansville, 1.
Peoria Journal: Cedar Rapids i.
locked upon as the team to stop the
pennant rush of the Islanders. While
Peoria, Decatur and Springfield ar
fighting among themselves, the Island
ets are sawing wood and winning
games up in the north end of the
league. But they mav strike a snag
when thev hit the Rabbit batch.
The Cedar Rapids Republican aris
to remark that, without meaning to lu
lu contempt of court, the present in
junction is a sort of a blankoty blank
affair. It also adds that if Dubuq't
I had shown the interest in baseball
(that is now manifested all this trouble
; would have been avoided. This
probably true. too.
It is not so important for Rock 1st
and to get first place now as to hold
onto its present position and to keep
first place when we eventually do get
there. The thing we need to look mr.
for now i.s evidence of a hippodrome
when Springfield and Bloomington get
together. The latter 'has been a so.t
of an understudy to the former ail
season and the two teams finish tlr?
The fust round match play in the
women s chainpionsiiip mau n nt i'i 011
the Rock Island arsenal links yester
day afternoon did not prove to be very
closely contested as the following scores
Miss Hagans won from Miss Decker.
S up, 7 to play.
Mrs. Frank Mixter won from Mrs. J.
P. Iardner. C up. 5.
Miss Grace won from Mrs. N. D. Ely,
S up. 7.
Miss Xott won from Miss Putnam,
4 up, i.
Mrs. F. W. Bahusen won from Miss
He'.en Vincent, (i up, 5.
Mi.-s Swiney won from Mrs. W. II.
Canuiff. 4 up. 2.
Miss Mabel Lardner won from Miss
Alice Ficke, 1 up.
Mrs. W. L. Allen won from Miss E.
Hobbs, 2 up, 1.
The pairings for today follow:
Miss Hagans plays Mrs. Frank Mix
ter. Miss Grace plays Miss Net.
Mrs. r. . Bahnseti plays Miss Swi
Miss Mabel Lardner plays Mrs. W. L.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
IV01 ia goes to Springfield today for
a series. Heie's hoping they split
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Notwithstanding it is claimed that
President Holland notified Bidden Hi'l
to take his Rabbits to Dubuque yester
day in compliance with the court, in
junction Hill says he received no or
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Smith, Herbert, Owens, Hughes and
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Here are a few from the Star: "If
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weakening the lust division clubs bv
taking their best players. And still h
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