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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY !l5, 1909i
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TO REPEAT DOSE
Islander Grab Off Last of Ser
ies and Quit With Two Out
LAKAFF WORKS AGAIN
Xo-hit Gilbert Is Trounced; lleing
Wild ami Wobbly Double Steal
GAM KS TOMORROW.
Rock Island at Springfield.
Davenport at Bloominglon.
Dubuque, at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Peoria.
Rock Island at Decatur.
Davenport at Peoria.
Cedar Rapids at Hloomington.
Dubuque at Springfield. v
Peoria, May .13. (Special.) Peoria
ouldn't do it again and the Islanders
aiade it two out of three yesterday
afternoon. With Lakaff on the mound
lie game looked practically safe all
he way, though at no time was the
score one-sided Koek tsanit uuin t tm
piite as much to Gilbert, Peoria's no
.lit pitcher, as Peoria did to Neal, who
nade an equally good record in his
ipening home game, but it was sutli-
ient. Meloan was the star with th:
-stick and on bases, lining out two two-
uasers and tallying on each occasion,
i.akalt was sent back for the second
jaine of the series after Tighe had
iscertaiiied that Gilbert was to work
tnd big Frank had everything. Gil
iert, on the other hand, was wild and
his was a fatal defect, taken with- th
nanner in which lie was hit.
Mi-Illn Nulled Opeuer.
Gilbert tossed up a fast straight ball
:o Meloan in the opening session and
i he right fielder sent it back a lit He
faster, registering two bases on it.
Stark was out on strikes, but Murphy
-jtit one through the infield and Meloan
For Peoria Rowan started the first
vith a single, took second on Dean's
acrifice and scored on a hit by Cuth
ort. In the Islanders' half of the fourth
after McHride fanned Iierger was
passed, and Hardin was picked to run
for the crippled shortstop. Gilbert, :n
trying to get the latter off first, threw
into the seats and Hardin camped at
I bird, froai w hich poins of vantage he
heat out the return of Vogel's long
In the fifth lakaff whiffed and Me
loan hit for two sacks. An attempt
was made to get Meloan lit third on
Stark's hunt and both were safe. On
Stark's steal Edwards dropped the ball.
Murphy was passed and Kelley's long
t!y brought in a run and put Stark on
tiiird, from where he scored on a
double steal that was successfully
A I Mt Tied It.
Peoria tried again to tie in their
half of the same inning. Hodges led
with a double, Edwards walked and
Higgins doubled, letting Hodges in
After Kdwards rolled out Edwards
came in on a squeeze play in which
ltowan died at first and Rerger grab
bed Dean's long drive. Score:
ROCK ISIAXD. A. B. R. H. PO. A. ft.
Meloan, rf 5 2 2 1 0 0
Stark, lb 4 1 1 10 0 0
Murphy, cf 3 0 2 4 1 0
Kelley, 111) 3 0 0 1 3 0
McBride. If 4 (1 0 1 0 0
Berger, ss 3 1 111 0
Vogel, 2b 2 0 2 3 1 0
Lng, c 2 0 1 C 3 0
Lakaff, p .....4 0 0 0 .3 0
.30 4 9 27 12 0
A. B. R.II.PO. A. 12.
Rowan, lb 4
Dean, ::i 3
Johnson, If 3
Cuthbert. cf 3
Smith, ss 3
Hodges, rf 4
I'd wards, 2b 2
Higgins, c 3
Gilbert, p 3
, Totals 2S 3 7 27 12 2
Hock Island 10012000 04
1 eoria 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 03
Stolen bases Stark, Murphy (2).
1 wo base hits Hodges', Higgins, Me
loan (2). Sacrifice hits Dean. John
son. Kelley. ogel. Knz (2). Double
play Murphy to Stark. Bases on
halls Off Gilbert, 4; off Lakaff, 1.
Struck out By Gilbert, 5; by Lakaff
. Hit bv Ditched hall Gntlihert Ril
wards,: Murphy. Time of game
i :;);. , umpire Bush. Attendance
1.301). ', - ...
!! Squelehen ItnbhM.
Springfield, ,111., May 15. By super
mt ueiumg aim ninety stick work
Springfield won from Cotl.ir Rapids
Daly pitched high grade ball and re
ceived gilt edgtd support. The score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E
Andrews, 31 o 2 0 3
Pell. 2b 1 0 5 3
Callahan, cf 1 12 0
Smith lb 1 0 8 1
is-, Worth It
TAin'f L-nrtu OV"l-tl? r f1s0
1 ft. I ' 1 1 ;.o
J. O. A
Streeter, If 0 16 0 0
MiJlsap, rf 2 3 0 0 0
Blausaer, bs 1 2 1 3 1
Donovan, c ........... 0 2 5 0 0
Daly, p 0 0 0 .2 0
Total 6 11 27 12 2
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. 13.
Caveney, If 0 0 1 0 0
Spencer, rf-ss 0 0 1 1 1
Collins, lb 0 0 110 I
Williams, ss 0 0 1 2 0
Carmichael, rf 0 1.1 0 0
Chase. 2b 0 0 0 2 0
Brown, c 0 0 3 0 1
Clemens, cf... 0 15 1 0
Morgan, 2b . 0 0 1 1 0
Malicoat, p 0 0 0 2 0
Lehukuhl, p .. 0 0 2 1
Rohrer 0 1 0 0 0
Total ....0 3 21 11 3
Springfield 201 00 102 C
Cedar Rapids 000000000 0
Double play Blausser to ' Bell to
Smith. Stolen bases Millsap (2), Don
ovan. Two base hits carmicnaei.
Blausser, Donovan, Hits Off Mali;
coat, 5 in 4 innings. Bases on balls
Off Malicoat, 2; off Daly, 3. Umpire-
Duliuque Overcome Blooinlnxlun.
Bloomington, 111., May 15. Four
runs off Fox in the fourth inning put
the game out of Bloomington's reach.
BLOOMINGTON. R. II. P. A. 12.
Long, cf 1
Keenan, 2b 1
Melchoir, lb 0
Novacek, rf . . .
N'etzell, 3b ....
McNamara, c .
Taylor, If .
Vandine, 3b . . .
5 9 27 12
R. II. P. A. D.
0 0 4
Guerney, p . . . .
Total 7 7 27 15 2
Irwiu batted for Fox In fifth inning
Bloomington 010 0 2020 0 J
Dubuque 010 4 2000 07
Stolen bases Backoff. Plass. Hauser
Nunemacher. Two ba:e hits Mel
choir, Irwin, Plass. Three base hit
ICeenan. Home run Ahring. Hits-
Off Fox, C; off Davies; 1. Struck out-
By Davies, 3; by Guerney, 9. Bases o
balls Off. Fox. 2; off Davies .1; off
Guerney, 1. Hit by pitcher Netzell
. Hail la- for Iloucher.
Decatur, 111., May 15. Decatur was
unable to get hits and its errors, with
Olson's, wilduess, gave Davenport an
easy victory. Boucher dropped the
ball time and again at the home plate
and made wild throws to second base,
DECATUR. R. H. P. A. 12.
Ruby, If 0 1 4 1
Moore, ss .'. 0 2 5 3 0
Barkwell, 3b 0 0 1 2 1
Cote If 0 0 2 0 0
'oster, lb 0 2 5 1 0
Burns. 2b 0 0 3 1 0
Jenkins, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Boucher, c 0 1 5 1 2
Olson, p' 0 1 0 2 0
Total 0 7 27 11 3
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A. E.
McGrew, 2b 11 3 2.0
Nye, ss 0 2 1 5 0
Russell, If o 0 0 0
Jacobsen, rf 0 0 1 0 0
Hollingsworth, 3b 0 0 2 1 1
Ohland, cf I 14 0 0
Shaffer, lb ...0 0 9 0 0
E. Smith, c 0 0 1 0 0
Fleet, i 1 0 0 1 0
Total 3 4 27 9 1
Decatur 0000000 00 0
Davenport 01101000 03
Stolen bases McGrew, Nye, Shaffer.
Struck out By Fleet, 2r by Olsen, 3.
Kases on balls Off Fleet, 1; off Olsen,
Wild pitch Olsen.
AMATEURS TO PLAY BALL
Several Contests Are Scheduled for
The Bennetts of this city meet
the Moline Centrals in Moline tomor
row afternoon. The Centrals have a
strong team but it is not thought that
they are in the class with the Ben
netts. The batteries for the Ben
netts will probably be Myers and
Centrals play East Ends.
The Centrals and the East Ends
meet on the reservoir diamond in this
city toiuorrow. These teams are
thought to be evenly matched and a
good gane can be expected. The
batteries for the Centrals will be
Baumbach and Bulger.
White Sox and Young & McCombs.
The White Sox and Young & Me
Combs' newly organized teams and
both with strong lineups will play on
tht Tower diamond tomorrow after
noon and a good game can be expected
The White Sox will appear in their
Greenbush at Watertown.
The Greenbush team is scheduled t
meet the team at Watertown in
match game tomorrow afternoon. The
game will be played at the diamond "it
the latter team and it will be preceded
by a eiirtain raiser between the Junior
organizations of the two teams.
ndependents to Meet Cross
Countrys at Local Park,
HAVE STRONG LINEUP HERE
Howard, O'llearu and Sevton Will 1
Fill up the Weak Spots for
Manager Tom McGinty of the
Cross Country baseball team of this
city has completed arrangements
with , the independent team of Gen-
eseo to play a game in this city to
morrow afternoon tit the Island City
park. The local team will present
a strong lineup for this contest as
several leaguers have been added to
the roll. Harry Howard, the former
Islander twirler.who is still in the
city, has been secured to do the slab
work for the Cross Countrys and
O'Hearn, the Islander infielder who
was left behind when the team went
outh, will also be used in the game.
Sexton, the Prodigal recruit who
sprained his ankle early in practice
and had to give it up, will play cen
ter field for the locals.,. The com
plete lineup is as follows: McGinty,
c: Howard, p; Engman, ss; Young,
lb; Carse, 2b; O'Hearn, 3b; Wood-
yatt. If; Sexton, cf; and Brand if
The game will commence .at 3
o'clock and ladies will be admitted
free of charge. It is expected that a
large delegation of Geneseo fans will
accompany their team to see the
Y. M. C. A. I.ihier.
Two of the baseball teams of the
Yl M. C. A. met wilh defeat this
morning, the first team losing lo the-
first team from the association at
Moline by the close score of 8 to 7
i ne game was an exciting one all the
way through and was so close that
the local boys feel sure they can win
when they meet the Moliners again
The- Y. M. C
A. Juniors played a
game witli the Silvis Juniors and
were beaten decisively the score be-
ing 1 to 4.
LINE 0' DOPE
iiil oui miiuc iisiiui uiiei mihMUK
one step: -
Muggsy Keenan of the Blooming-
ton team, is saia to oe anotner joiner
on tne coacinng lines, .
Boston has- put a bntfm betting .it
tne bail parks, mat w wise move
and should be. emulated by all ball
ClilDS. - ....
Manager Moore does not like the
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wa, i in ic..... ..as nui ueeu
i.iini.K tnu ne is mining uu suuh:
; Apparently Berger s injury re-1
ceived in: Thursday's game was not
ci j niri luun, iw juc ui aiuuuu wiiu
his usual agility yesterday.
Now it's up to the two Dicks, Kin-
sella and Smith; to show the Island
ers that they are not what they seem
pennant winners. This pair of
serious obstacles passed
Some knocking going on at Bloom
ngton, they say. McNamara is de
scribed as a fourflusher, Frank Long
is not trying to play ball, and even
Roy Snyder is as slow as a cart
horse. Too bad, too bad.
There is joy a foot deep at Peoria,
for Henry Kuepper is coming back.
The former Distiller has had a thor
ough season's training with the New
York Giants and Indianapolis and
should be in shape to take up one
the heavy ends at once.
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I Papke and Kelly Meet at Colma
This Afternoon for 45
IS THEIR FOURTH STRUGGLE
Kewanee Boy Slight Favorite on the
Ground That He Will He Better
Able to go Route.
San Francisco, May 15. Hugo Kelly
and Billy Papke are scheduled to fight
43 rounds at Colma at 2:30 p. m.. Pa
cific time, this afternoon, in the fourth
attempt to settle the question of su-
I periority that has puzzled fight follow
ers for years. In their previous battles
the first was a draw, Papke was ward
led the decision in the second en
counter and the third was declared a
a draw. With such a thorough know!
edge of each, other's faults, both men
have trained hard for today's
struggle, and- the vannuisheii can
not urge iacK or preparation as ?n
excuse for inability to go the lone
route. Both have reduced " gradually
to the stipulated 158 pounds, and an
parently without loss of vitality or
I'apke Made Favorite.
tuntil last nhiht the odds were at
ovtns, but before midnight Papke was
a 10 to 8 faWiteV -probably because he
lu-fttz r-in j i I t o otrnnva, o i. t-,1 n
nuncher. and better able to fieht three
hours should the bout be rirolonced
the advertised limit. Opposod to this
vipw nf )h(J ,., ... th nllt(1I1,in,
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perior cleverness and all-round ring
eneralship as iegs upon which to
bang hopeg -
RECORD OS LEAGUES
Rock Island 8
Springfield 5 1
Peoria 4 3
- Davenport 5 4
- Decatur 3 -4
I Dubuque 3 6
Bloomington 2 5
Cedar Rapids 1 ' " 7
I, " $
- Philadelphia .'. 12
of Cincinnati 13
New York ..i .13-
St. Louis 10
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 16 6 .727
Boston 13 8 .019
New York 12 9 .571
Philadelphia .10 9 .520
Chicago 11 11 .500
Cleveland 9 13 .W9
St. Louis 7 14 .313
Washington . G 14 .30C
... W. L. Pet
Milwaukee 1G . 8. .637
Louisville 16 11 .593
Indianapolis 16 12 .571
Kansas Cfly 12' 13 J.480
Minneapolis 12 13 .4S0
Toledo , 12 14. .462
Columbus ...... . 10 18 .357
St. Paul 9 14 .331
W. L. Pet.
Wichita . ::. : : .11 5 2 " :786
Denver 10 5 .667
Topeka 8 , 6 J71
Pueblo 7 7 .530
Des -Moines 7- 8 ; .467.
Lincoln 5 9 ' .357
Sioux City 5 9 .337
Omaha 4 . 10 ' .2S5
. f W. L. Pet.
Grand Rapids 6 ' 2 . .730
Evansvllle ....6 5 .583
Fort Wayne .'8 6 .571
Prices for Tri-City Stock Co., Productions,
a Few at 50c, Beginning Tonight
South Bend 4
Terre Haute 3
W. L. Pet.
Keokuk C 3 .007
Quincy 7 4 .C30
Hannibal 5 3 .625
Burlington 4 3 .571
Kewanee 5 4 .556
Waterloo 4 6 .400
Ottumwa 3 7 .300
Jacksonville ... 2 C .250
THREE-EYE LEAGUE. "
Peoria, 3; Rock Island, 4.
Bloomington, 5; Dubuque, 7.
Springfield, 6; Cedar Rapids, 0.
Decatur, 6; Davenport, 3.
St. Louis, 5; Washington, 4.
Other games postponed, rain.
New York, 0; Chicago, C.
Boston, 4; Cincinnati, 7.
Philadelphia, 2; Pittsburg, 0.
Brooklyn, 10; St. Louis, 4.
' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
. St. Paul, 4; Indianapolis, 6..
'Kansas City, 1; Columbus, 0 (five in
Milwaukee, 2; Toledo, 5. .
:. Minneapolis, 8, Louisville, 0.
: Des Moines, 3; Topeka, 0.-
Lincoln,. 4 ; Pueblo, 1. .
Sioux City, 6; Denver, 2.
AVichita-Omaha,' postponed, rain.
Fort Wayne, 3; Zanesville, 2.
to Dayton. 1; Terre Haute, 0
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Sunday, mat. and evening. May 10
South Bend, 2; Wheeling-. 1 (13 in
Grand Rapids-Evansville, postponed.
Kewanee, 3; Jacksonville, C.
Waterloo, 4; Keokuk, 4 (12 innings.)
Ottumwa, 2; Quincy, 1.
Burlington, 1; Hannibal, 2 (six In
nings, forfeited to Burlington.)
To Publish All Scores.
On Wednesday, May 19, The Sport
ing Sun of St. Louis will publish th3
official scores of all Drofessional base
ball games played in the United Statss.
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