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THE ARGUS; WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24. 1908.
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OECATUR ENDS UP STRONG
Two Runs Scored in Ninth and Man
on Second Waiting for a Hit to
Tie the Count.
Hoffman, 3b ...
Wagner, If 2
Jeffries, rf 4
Tennant, lb 4
Crozler, cf 2
Barkwell, ss 4
Campbell, c 3
Bittrolff, p 3
27 4 9 27 9
.5 1 1 '2 0
Springfield at Uock Is'and.
Peoria at Dub l.-jne.
Blooruiugto!i at Cedar Rapids.
Decatur at Clinton.
And it came to pass that once more
Total 31 3 9 24 7 2
Batted for Bittrolff lu ninth.
Reck Island 00 0020 02 i
Bases on balls Off Wilson, 3: off
Bittrolff, 2. Two bace hit Tennant.
Double plays Wilson to Eng to Nova
the champs trimmed the wicks of the ce ' ",llson to McBrlde; Campbell to
Decatur stars and another game wa I 1?nnant- Hlt by Pched ball Cro-
ctded to the nrooer side of th fcirucK. out. uy Wilson, z; uy
ceiitage column. At the finish of the liurrol!r- 4- Stolen bases Prout, Cro
scheduled number of innings thlz,er- Sacrifice hits Berger, Novacek
champs' score was (ln m tha I Swalm, McBrlde (2). Campbell. Time
- w- a.wil I
over that or the visitors and as no one
it the, bleachers objected the game was
declared compleied and the fans wen
home greatly tickled. Christy Wil
ton was in the boxfor the locals and
lie pitehed his usual good game and
io. umpire Aicurcevy. .
Wild Throw Beats Rabblta.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 24. Man
ager Donnelly's hitting and Nelson's
pitching were the features of a fast
pitchers' battle, which Peoria won,
me iteming behind Inni as well as his to 0. Walsh's wild throw in the sixth
own work in that department was of was lamely responsible for the visit
the brilliant kind that always counts lors' runs. Score:
in winning games. Two double plays I CEDAR RAPIDS. R. II. P.
8 27 17
H. P. A
ROM FROST TO 90
DEGREES IN A WEEK
Remarkable TWiather Recorded in
not:. With. Most Sunshine
of the Season.
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1 tejB & II
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4 27 15 0
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Two base hits Donnelly, Howard.
Bases on balls Off Walsh, 1; off Nel
son, 1. Struck out By Walsh, 2; by
Nelson. 4. Wild pitch Nelson. Hit
by pitcher By Nelson, ' i. Umpire
Set ley. - , '
Fox rfe Another.
Dubuot" Iowa, June 24. Fox
fly and Novy, reg. I struck out three men in the fifth, but
two bases on balls, three hits and a
passed ball gave Dubuque tlve runs
and the game. Score:
Plass, 2b .-. 0
Miller, cf ....... ..1
Derringer, rf 0
Cav ss 2
VanifOue, 3b ." 2
T. Orien. lb
2 - 0
7 10 27 12
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dim several dandy stops and a many Price, 3l .
Mie catches were the things which Spencer, ss
helped Christy in winning the game. Davis, If ..
Two errors in the last inning were the Howard, 2b
only things that marred the-, fielding Mullin, lb
game played by the champs and they Simon, c .
were accountable for by the fact that Bauman. rf ..0
the Islanders became a little careless Laughlin, cf 0
on account of their load of three runs Walsh, p ....'.'.'..;'.'.".'..()
which tney nad at the opening of the
inning. But all is well that ends well
niul tUck foot Mint ,1... ..:.i:r.. .1: .
make enough to give them the camel. .
makes the errors forgetable. r. ' ',' ,
Raymond, ss 1
HlnukM for Four Hound. Robn lb 0
The first four innings of the game in(i'rv. If !!"! !o
there was nothing doing in the scor- Donnelly, cf . . . '. .0
ing line for either team and the hits Bewer . ' . . 0
were about evenly divided each side Lewee' 2b 0
naiug lour. Aiurpny started some
thing in the fifth though that the rest
of the team chipped in on and helped
him to finish. Frank hit a safe one
down the third base line. Novacek at
tempted to sacrifice him to second and
was fortunate enough to reach the in
itial sack himself on the error that
Bittrolff made in trying to throw him
out. Then Swalm made a real sacri
fice and each of the runners moved up
a notch on it. Manager Cook was the
next one up and he found a timely
single that was hidden in his bat and
Murphy came home on it. McBrlde
followed with a Ion
istered another score. Cook's out at
second ended the run getting for that
In the eighth two hi:s and a stolen
base netted the Commodores a lonely
run' and made it look as though the
game would end up with the score of a
couple to one. The Islanders didn't
feel quite safe as to this, however, and
they went after Bittrolff in their half
of the lound. They were successful
aim inree hub aim auouier long uy oy 11. u Urien, c
Mac made the tally 4 to 1. Murphy Gurney, p
was the man who again started the I Most, p
ball to rolling and it stopped out in
left field near the foul line where no
one could get it in time to get him.
Novacek did the proper caper and laid
one in the nice warm place left by
f in-l. Uv'p L-illrly. On.nl. 11 11" fl ! ..lit .1.1 I
at first but each of the base runners I T,.,b r'
advanced a base while he was dying. I ponners f
with the result that Murphy crossed
the an and every one moved up one.
Up came McBride with another long
fty and Novacek reached home in
safety. Mac's fty was a peach and
Waener made a wonderful catch in
getting it for it was right up against I Dubum,e 01005 010 7
the fence and as close to being a foul Bloomington 00200200 04
as it could be and still be fair. It Two base hits Derringer, Beck, Or
oughti to have been good for a pair of enaorf (2- Innings pitched Gurney,
sacks. Dowers stopped the good work u: Most Bases on balls Off Gur-
with a high one that Crozier was able ne' U off Most, 1; off Fox, 7. Struck
to gather in. out By Gurney. 2; by Most, 3;,. by
Grew a uttie chenty. Fox, C. Stolen base H. O'Brien. Wild
.It looked easy and the champs be- Pitcn Gurney. Passed ball Orendorf.
came a little chesty when the Decatur Umpire McFarland.
team came up for its last chance. stuuflfer and Lnkair Pounded.
Berger made another beautiful stop of Clinton, Iowa, June 24. In an an
a hot grounder and threw it to first but interesting game Springfield won by
Big James found the throw too fast for a score of 7 to 2, finding both Stauffer
bim to hang on to and Tommy Ten- and Lakaff at opportune times. The
nant was safe. Christy helped mat- feature of the game was Cocash's
ters along by passing Crozier. Bark- home run in the first inning. . with
well followed with a hit to center field one man on base, and phenomenal
that on one had a licenes to score on fielding by Clinton, saving a number
but Dowers played with it long enough of hits. Score:
to let every one move along and Ten- CLINTON. R. H.
nant came in. Campbell was next inlOhland, If 0 0
line and his offering was a ghort-fly Thiery, rf 0
to left field that allowed Crozier to Buelow, lb 1
score af:er Murphy had caught it. Grogan, 3b .0
Frank slammed the ball to first to get Ronan, 2b
a double. Lelivelt who was running Smith, cf
for Barkwell having taken a big lead. Nye, ss ..
The ball would nave beaten the rnn-i iieman, c
ner but it hit him and he got to second, I Stauffer, p
where he staid while the side was re-1 Lakaff, p
tired by a high fly to Murphy. The
..3 0 15
2 2 4
The weekly Illinois weather bulle-
in for the week ending June 22 foi
A great contrast in temperature ob-
alned during the week ending Mon
day, June 22. The week opened very
cool with frost forming temperatures,
n portions of the central and the
northern districts, on the morning of
he ICth. A decided temperature re
action on the 18th was attended by
aigh maximum temperatures near 90
degrees, and there were increasing
ligh temperatures to the close of the
week, culminating with a maximum
of 97 degrees on the 21st in the cen
tral district. The mean temperature
for the state was slightly above the
normal; the temperature extremes
were 97 degrees and 39 degrees.
The .precipitation was deficient in
all sections, the greatest deficiency oc
curring in -the central and the south
ern districts, where the rainfall was
practically nothing. Telegraphic re
ports, not shown' in the published re
ports, indicate rainfall in partially
satisfying quantities in the northern
district; otherwise moisture is needed I and at nineteen yards in a special
in other parts of the state. event of twenty targets, where the use
The percentage of bright sunshine of two barrels was permitted.
was the greatest of the season, the I Cliaunoy rowers ot Decatur. III.,
average for t he state being about 80 1 broke 100 straight at 10 yards and then
per cent. J smashed them all in the special event
making 12H without a miss, a remark-
Cocash. First base
Lakaff, 1; off Case, 2. Struck out
By Case, 4. Passed ball Donovan
Stolen bases Grogan, Johnson.
Scha rnweber. Sacrifice hits Ruby
Cocash, Smith. Umpire Jacobs.
Tomorrow a double header will be
played with Springfield, the first con
test beginning at The regular
Fox, p . . . . :
Total 4 9 24 10 2
price of admission, will be charged.
Novacek is stfirstingiug the ball.
Christy s lightning fielding saved the
day for him. particularly in the two
double plays that he started.
Cook brought in two of the runs with
well placed singles and McBride two
on fiies to left which save Waarner
Top notchers from Springfield here
today for a three-game series in which
there is a double-header to play off
If we can only put a crimp in these
nowaru was seen carrying Home a
big watermelon Monday afternoon. Yes
terday he was missing from his place
on the bench. Wonder what could
have been the matter.
See how the put outs were divided
up among the whole team. Also notict
tne lact tnar. the mlieldeis Had very
few chances lor assists. Wilson had
them all lifting the ball up in the air
lesternays game is ano-nor nuts
trot ion of the old adage nbout laying
ufi something for a rainy day. When
would we have come out if we hadn't
annexed those (wo extra runs in th
it seems a shame to give Murphy an
error because the ball nil the runner
'.hen he attempted to double Lelivelt
t first after catching a 11 v in the
inth, but that is the way it had to he
Wilson did some star fielding when
lie figured In a second double play.
With a man on third Barkwell tried
the bunt game bv popped up a little
fty that would have landed near the
foul line about half way to first base.
Wilson made a dive for it, speared it
with one hand and turned and caught
the man on third. Wi'.son is as good
a fielding pitcher as there is in the
league. He knows what to do with
the ball whenever he gets his mands
Eng was off on pegging to second
and there were three stolen bases that
good throws would have stopped. His
catch of the foul that Wagner knocked
in the sixth was a feature though. He
Iso figured in the double play that
was started by Wilson and ended by
Novacek. There were three men on
the comers and Bittrolff tried to
squeeze one over but Christy had it
Ike a flash and threw it to Eng who
. .. . Inhte nerfnrivrmef. for either nrnfewsinn.
on bails on . . .
ais or amateurs, even at a big tourna
ment. Powers tied last year for the
rand American handicap proper, but
was snor out by .1. .1. iilaukK.i who was
a contestant yesterday, although not in
e best of form.
Powers, McCarty, Lyon, Heer, and
Ciosby composed t he crack squad and
smashed 20 of the elusive "mud pies"
fioni 19 yards, Heer and Lyon only
using their second barrel but once.
ON THE DIAMOND
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
W. I j.
Springfield 'J2 1C
Peoria 2!t 21-
Decatur 27 21
Isiootning'on . .-.
C dar Rapid-! . . ,
New York 30
Philadelphia 1 21
GOLFERS AT KANSAS CITY
Compete in Qualifying Round of the
Kansas City, June 24. The trans-'
Mississippi golf tournament began yes
terday on the links of the Evanston
tJolf club. Heav'y rain fell bo:h morn
ing and afternoon, and the grounds
were a swamp. Scores in the iiinlifv-
ing rounds were poor. 1 he best morn
ing scores were:
Warren Dickinson, He Moines S5
E. H. Seaver, Kansas City sii
C. R. Jones, Kansas City Si;
II. B. Davis. Colorado Springs SC
A. V. Kinsler. Omaha -i ...SG
R. W. Hodge S9
L. W. D. Turner. Wichita. Kan S!)
Walter Fairbanks, Denver
Amateurs Play Ball.
The Hawthorne Independents
feaied. the Eleventh Street Slug
this morning by a score of 10 to i
Harry Lewis Defeats Temple.
Boston, Mass.. .June 21. Harry Lew
is of Philadelphia won from Larry
I em pie, colored, in a twelve round
of Harper house.
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night in a good match,
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retired the man at the plate and thenlnlngs).
Rock Island. 4; Decatur, 3.
Dubuque'.' 7; Bloomington. 4.'"'
Peoria, 2; Cedar Rapids, 0.
Springfield, 7; Clinton 2
Detroit. C; Chicago, 1. .
Cleveland. 3; St. Louis. S.
Boston. 3; Washington, 2 (eleven in-
threw to first with a perfect
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BREAKS 120 CLAY TARGETS
Powers Sets Fast Pace for Shooters
Columbus, 0.,vJune 24. About 250
shooters faced the traps yesterday for
a day's sweepstake shooting. All stood
at sixteen yards for 100 clay birds
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