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THE AltCJUS, SATURDAY. JUNE 20, 19o
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HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Though Al Touched Brother
Harry Up for Three it
Was of No Use.
HARDGROVE PITCHED 8000
But Commodores Bunched 'Em at the
Right Time and Jeffries Lammed
Out a Homer. - v
Scharnwetoer, ss . .;. ; . : .0 1 3 0 0
Donovan." c " . . . . . ; . . .0 0 9 1 0
More; p. ;.. ......... i.l "1 0 2 1
Grandy, p. .. ....... 1 10 0 0
i Total . . . .
Ronan, 2b .
Reitz. 3b .
Nye, ss . ..
Smith, c .
Baker, p .
Ray, p . .
.9 12 27 12
R1I. P. A
; Rock Island at Decatur.
; Cedar Rapids at Peoria.
' Dubuque at Bloomington.
; Clinton at Springfield.
; GAMES MONDAY.
Decatur at Rock Island.
Peoria at Cedar Rapids. '
Bloomington at Dubuque.
Springfield at Clinton.
Decatur, III., June ; 20. Luckily
bunched hits gave Decatur a tight
game yesterday. . Hardgrove was
against big Harry Swalm and had
none the viursi-il 'A Vne nujVber ot
bits, for he allowed but two, while
Rock Island was gathering seven. .The
trouble was that two Rock Islanders
did nearly all the hitting, while De
catur lined them up in a row. Al
Swalm trounced ' his big brother for
three and Berger picked off two, but
others could not follow up the open
Had Early I.pad.
Decatur got a lead in the early ses
sions and then Jeffries spilled a homer
over the fence with a man on base
and there was nothing to it after that.
ROCK ISLAND. R
Berger, ss 0
Murphy, If 0
Novacek, lb 0
A. Swalm, rr 1
Cook, 2b 1
; Total .6 10 24 11 0
Springfield 0 0 i 0 4 4 0 0 9
Clinton .0 0 4 0 0 0 11 66
Stolen bases Tbiery (2), Herbert
(2). Smith, Donovan. Two base hits
Grogan, Buelow, Scharnweber, Ray,
Cocash. (2). Three base hits McCar
thy, Reitz. Home runs Smith, Gran
dy. Struck out By More, . 3 ; by
Grandy, 2; by Ray, 3. Bases on. balls
Off More, 1; off Grandy, 1; off Baker
4,;off Ray, 1. Double plays Herbert
to Smith; Njre to Buelow. Hits Off
HJore, 5 In 6 innings; off Grandy, 5 in
3j innings; off Baker, 6 in 5 innings;
off Ray, 6 in 4 innings. Hit by pitch
ed ball By Grandy, 1. Wild pitch
Ray. ; Passed ball Smith. Tinv
Two houil. Umpire McFarland.
KeupptV-'.? Good Form.
Peoria, HI., JUne" 10. Kenpper
pitched in' his usual good foi;-and he
had easy sailing, shutting CiAJT
Rapids out, C to 0. The Distillers
bunched their hits in1 the sixth and
seventh Innings and totaled six runs
off Walsh. The score:
PEORIA. R. H.
Lee, rf 1 2
Raymond, ss 1 1
Rohn. lb 2 1
Landry, If l l
Dowers, cf . ,
Boucher, c . .
Front, 2b 0
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Hoffman, 3b . .
Wagner, If ...
Tennant, lb ..
Ciozier. cf ...
If. Swalm, p..
24 12 3
ill - ' IN
Total ; 5 5 27 12 2
Rock Island 01 0 0 0 0 0 012
Decatur 3 0 000200 5
Home run Jeffries. Three base hit
A. Swalm. Bases on- balls Off
Hardgrove, 2. Struck out By Hard
grove, 3; by Swalm, 6. Double play
Prout to Tennant. Stolen bases
Cook, Jeffries (2). Time 1:35. Um
Dubuque PHeliern Wild.
: Bloomington, 111., June 20. Bloom
ington ascended to fifth place by de
feating Dubuque, 11 to 2. The visit
ors were easy, both their pitchers be
ing wild and Ineffective, while both
were given poor support. The score:
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P. A.E.
LODGE TEAMS DUE
TO COME TOGETHER
Donnelly, cf 0 2
Bewer, 3b 0 1
Lewee, 2b 0 0
Wolfe, c 1 2
Keuppcr, p 0 0
Elks and .Odd Fellows in Battle Royal
at the Ball Park Tomorrow
Games With Chicago Planned.
The Elks and Odd Fellows clash
on ine diamond at the Island City
park tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
and from the character of the talent
engaged for the struggle ihere ought
o be an interesting contest. The
Elks have negotiations on for games
with the Chicago Elks, one game to
be played here and the other in the
Windy city. The lineup for tomorrow
will be as follows: .
Elks Liitt, lb; Anderson, 2b; Ben
son, ss; Carse, J; Adams If; Dufnn,
cf; Smith, rf; Salzmann, c; Hamp
; Odd Fellows Graham, 3b; Samuel
sbn, lb; Ackerson, ss; Kerns, 2b; Pat
ten or Johnson, c; Hemrick, If; Lem
burg, cf; North, rf; Church, p.
To Play at Tower.
', The Independents and Cross Coun-
tiys are to play at the Watch Tower
tomorrow morning. John Grogan, the
star pitcher of 4he Cross Countrys,
is laid up with an attack of typhoid
pneumonia that will probably prevent
him from playing again this season.
One for Cardinals.
The Cardinals won from the M. G.
D. C.'s yesterday 22 to 9. Swanson
and Davis did the battery work for
tfce winners and Porter and Joe and
Mike Morris for the losers.
Bennetts to Play Arcades.
' The Bennetts tnd Arcades play-on
the Ninth street diamorvi .tomorrow
Total 6 10 27 14 4
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A.E.
Hurst, If 0
Spencer, 3b .0
Howard, 2b. 0
Mullin, rf 0
Simon, c .
Brown, lb ..
Walsh, p ...
Long, rf 4
Stevens, 2b 1
Melchoir, 3b 1
Beck, cf 1
Conners. if 2
Kuhn, lb 0
Snyder, ss .....1
Orendorf, c 1
Higgins, p 0
Sutton, p 0
D. Miller, cf . .
Lejeune, If ...
M. O'Brien, c.
Derringer, rf ". .
T. O'Brien, lb.
A. Miller, p.'..
Weakley, p . .
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Total 3 5 24 13 6
Bloomington 10415000 11
niihumio nnninnim v.
i Three base hit Long. Struck out
By Higgins, G; by Sutton, 1; by
Weakley. 2. Bases on balls Off Sut
ton, 3; off Miller, 2; off Weakley, 4.
Wild pitches Miller, 2. Passed ball
-O'Brien. Hit by pitched ball Con
nors, Vandine, D. Miller. Stolen bases
Long. Stevens, Melchoir (2), Sny
der, Orendorf.. Umpire McFarland.
. Some lilt (lag a t SpHagneld.
Springfield, HI., June 20. Every
pitcher was batted hard, but the locals
won, 9 to G, after Clinton had taken
a Dig lean, rweniy-iwo nus ior a
total of 37- bases were made. Smith's
home run, netting three runs, was a
feature. The score:
Total 0 4 24 16
Peoria 0 0000240-
Ceda,r Rapids. 0000 00 000 0
Stolen bases Hurst, Spencer. Three
base hits Rohn. Donnelly. Sacrifice
hits Bewer (2), Keupper (2). Dou
ble play Lewee to Raymond to Rohn
Bases on balls Off Walsh, 4. Struck
out By Keupper, 6; by Walsh, 2. Hit
by pitched ball Hurst, Donnelly-,
Simon. Wild pitch Keupper. Time
1:30. Umpire Setley.
ai swaini seems to nave tt on
Guess we know where that White
Sox hoodoo went.
Hardgrove eems to be of the Three-
Eye class, notwithstanding he has lost
bo:h games he pitched.
The champs have been playing good
ball all through the southern trip but
the hoodoo somehow has got hooked
up with the aggregation.
Monday our bruised and battered
heroes come home. Decatur opens
here and then Springfield, Blooming
ton, Peoria and Clinton, giving 14
straight games on the home grounds
In that time we ought to be able to
get some of those back.
THROWS UP JOB
Quits Because Mickey O'Brien Was
Not Suspended for Disgraceful
Demonstration at Peoria.
needed. He' Is considered one of the
coming backstops. "Boucher is one
of the finest fellows I ever knew."
said Mr. Bernard. "He was highly
thought of at school, because he was
every inch ot him a man. He is a de
vout young fellow and every night
when I knew him he knelt to say his
prayers before retiring."
Pitcher Nolden has been purchased
by Dubuque from Madison in the Wis
consin league. He will report Mon
day. He is a southpaw and has made
good record. Pitcher Weakley is
now with the Dubs and while he did
not show up well in his brief trial
yesterday, he Is expected to add
strength to the staff.
Billy Purtell is given credit for win
ning the day for the Chicago White
Sox yesterday and for saving it, as
well. His brilliant work at third cut
off several runs and when George
Davis was passed, filling the sacks
so that he might be retired for the
third out he banged out a double
clearing the' sacks.
ON THE DIAMOND
Three Times Holder of Western Golf
Title Again Triumphs in St.
St. Louis, June 20. Willie Ander
son of Chicago, three times open na
tional champion, won the western open
golf championship yesterday with a
score of 299 for two days play. His
score, 150 for 36 holes Thursday, and
149 yesterday could not be reached.
although Fred McLeod of Chicago, a
former western professional champion.
played a good game, turning in a 300
card for the tournament.
Alexander Campbell and Gilbert
Nichols, both of Boston, tied for third
honors with 301j Otto Hackberth of
St. Louis, tied with I. Auchterlonie of
Chicago, for fourth place with 302.
Robert Simpson of Milwaukee, who
lost the championship in this match
had a bad day Thursday, with a card
of 159, and yesterday could not over
come the handicap that the score gave
Alex Baxter of Rock Island did bet
ter yesterday than Thursday, gettin
a score of 151, making his total for
the two days 318. He stood 13th in
the list of. players.
Western Golfers Year Book Out.
Officers of the Western Golf asso
ciation issued their year book yester
day. It is the best appearing volume
to date, being bound in green cloth
with gold lettering. It contains the
list of officers from its organization,
the championship events and list of
officers, together with the handicap
W. L. Pet I
.28 15 .651
.26 19 .578
.25 21 .543
.22 20 .524
.21 25 .457
.19 24 .442
.17 25 .405
.17 26 .395
W. L. Pet.
.32 18 .640
..31 21 .596
..28 22 .560
..27 24 .529
..22 25 .468
..24 29 .453
..22 34 .393
..19 32 .373
With Ball Players
" The repeated attacks of several of
the league managers have finally re
sulted in losing the services of Um
pire Bill! Setley to the league. Bill
has resigned, so it is given out, be
cause President Loflus refused to sus
pend Mickey O'Brien as a result of
his hoodlumism- at Peoria Thursday.
Doubtless Setley's fiat would have had
greater weight with the executive had
k notrXJenfor the representations of
. .'the managers who have avow
edly been after his scalp all season.
Setley is a good official and it may be
found hard to fill his place, however
rattle-headed he may have been at
Smith, lb . .
Cocash, cf .
Hughes, 2b .
.2 3 :
UJocs not Lolor me imair
Pestroys : LDa n cil tr oa
V AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
WON HIGH SCORE
National Tournament of Indiana
Sandusky, Ohio, June 20. The
ninth national tournament of the Indi
ana Sharpshooters' association ended
at Cedar Point yesterday. R. W.
Crosby of Alton, 111., won the high
score for the four days with 670 out
o! 700. L. E. Barkley of Chicago, was
second 669: R. O. Helkes of Dayton,
Ohio, third, with 666. , .
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Noah Henline is playing left field
with Birmingham in the Southern
league and is stinging the bail.
Catcher Charles White has been re
leased by Decatur. He could not get
in condition. Roth is showing up
Whitey Alperman is back in the
lineup with Brooklyn again playing
short He has been out of the game
for several weeks on account of an
Manager Rowland regrets exceeding
ly that the muss at Peoria occurred
Thursday. He says he gave the play
ers their instructions before the Pe
oria series to walk straight.
Otis Crandall pitched a winning
game against the Chicago Cubs at
New York yesterday. Larry Doyle,
another three-Eye graduate, got two
hits for the Giants and played a star
Dan O'Leary i3 still playing the out
field with an occasional chance be
hind the bat for Memphis and he
never fails to get at least one hit. In
a recent game he made two of the
three blngles gathered by his team.
The securing of Fox and Sutton in
the trade with Cedar Rapids has led
to the release by Bloomington of Salis
bury and Barker. The latter, who
has worked five or six seasons with
the Bloomers and was once counted
one of the best in the league, has an
offer from Peoria.
Springfield News: Boucher, who Is
catching for the Rock Island team, is
a friend and college chum of Joe Ber
nard. They went to school together
at Christian brothers college at St.
Louis and1 played on the ball team,
one- pitching and- the other catching
Boucher Is' a Frenchman and belongs
AMERICAN LEAGUE. ,
St. Louis.. 31
New York..... 24,
W. L. Pet
Milwaukee . 26
Kansas City 25
St. Paul V.. 16
Sioux City 30
Des Moines.' 22
Grand Rapids 29
South Bend 25
Tcrre Haute 24
Fort Wayne 22
Waterloo 28 11
Burlington 23 14
Quincy 24 16
Keokuk 19 IS
Oskaloosa 17 20
Jacksonville 16 23
Kewanee 12 25
Ottumwa 14 26
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Omaha, 2; Sioux City, 5.
Lincoln, 1; Pueblo, 4.
Des Moines, 2; Denver, 3 (10 in
Evansville, 1; Grand Rapids, 4.
Terre Haute, 312; South Bend,
Wheeling, 1 ; Fort Wayne, 3.
Burlington, 2; Ottumwa, 3.
Keokuk, 0; Oskaloosa, 1.
Jacksonville. 1; Waterloo, 6.
Quincy, 2; Kewanee, 1 (11 innings).
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RESULTS THIS MORNING.
Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 2.
Cincinnati, !; Philadelphia, 0.
i THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
Decatur, 5 ; Rock Island, 2.
Peoria, 6; Cedar Rapids, 0.
Bloomington, II; Dubuque, 3. -Springfield,
9; Clinton, 6.
New York, 6; Chicago, 3.
Philadelphia, 0; Cincinnati, 5.
; Boston. 8; St. Louis, 6.
; Brooklyn, 3 ; ' Pittsburg, 2.
Chicago, 6; Boston, 4.
St. Louis. 4; New York, 0.
: Cleveland-Philadelphia (called al
end of fourth, rain). '
Detroit-Washington (called in first
half of fifth, rain).
St. Paul, 5 ; , Louisville, 11.
Kansas City, 1; Columbus, 3 (10 In
, Minneapolis, 1; Toledo. 15.
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