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ielley, Stark, Murphy and Meloan
Lead in HittiiiR lepartineut
Krrors Save Shutout.
Rock Island at Bloomington.
Davenport at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at Decatur.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Blooiniiigton, July 14. (Special.)
The Inlanders, with Jack Tighe in the
lineup, slopped Bloomington's winning
streak of 11 out of the last 12 games
played yesterday, and by the one-sided
score of 7 to 1. Pitcher Hall, who won
from Springfield 1 to 0 last week, was
no riddle to the Islanders, as 13 hits
give evidence. Hardin, who was on
I he mound against him, was touched
safely seven times and gave three
passes, but had things generally pretty
well in hand at that.
Rock Island started thework in the
first inning. Murphy got a hit to left
field. Berger sacrificed and Meloan
scored him with a terrific smash to
right for three sacks. McBride hit be
tween second and third and Kelley fol
lowed with a hit. McBride scored
when Langdon threw to Cutshaw and
flic latter returned the throw, but too
late to get McBride.
Rock Island pushed another across
the rubber in the third. Murphy was
out from Snyder to Melchoir and Ber
ger flew out to short. Meloan got a
walk, stole second, and an error by
Cutshaw allowed hint to take third.
Meloan scored on McBride's hit to
right, McBride being caught at second
while trying to steal.
Fun Out, Ilut Srurm.
The sixth saw another run. McBride
struck out, but Langdon dropped the
third strike. McBride taking first. Kel
ley sacrificed McBride, but the visit
ing center fielder scored on Stark's
three-base hit to center. Vogel flew to
Novacek in right and Stark was caught
at the plate, ending the inning.
Three, more runs were tallied in the
ninth. Murphy led off with a hit to
left and was advanced by Berger, who
reached first on Hall's wild throw to
Melchoir. In the midst of the excite
ment. Murphy stole third. Meloan was
out from . Hall to Melchoir. and Mc
Bride flew to Manager Jim, Murphy
scoring on the out. Kelley hit through
1 lail to' Cutshaw. who'tnade a high
heave to the carriages . back of first;
meanwhile Berger scored. Stark
brought Kelley home with his third
hit of the day;- bat was pur:WH-TiTniseTf
at second, closing the game.
BloomiDtston Urtn One.
Bloomington could get but one run,
made in the second. Novacek was up
!in ihe last half of the second and hit
j to Vogel at second, who threw to
! catch Jim -at first, the throw being
wild. Snyder tried to sacrifice, the
ball going in the air and being caught
hy Stark. Langdon hit to Vogel, who
; erred, and Jim took third, while Nig
rested on first. Erwin also hit to Vo
gel, who caught Langdon at second
while Novacek raced for home. The
Murphy, If ......
Meloan, rf .....
McBride, cf .
Kelley. 3b .....
Stark, c ..."
A.B. R. H. PO. A. 13
Took the first " three
places, in speed con
test held at the. Tri
City Business college.
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F. H. STUCK;
Hock Island Agent.
1719V2 Second Ave.
Phone West 302.
.36 7 13 27.15 3
A. B. R. H. PO. A. E
Long, cf 7 5 0 1 2 0
Kernan, 3b 2 0 1 1 0
Cutshaw, 2b 4 0 1 5 3
Melchoir. lb 4 0 0 10 2
Novacek, rf 4 1 2 2 1
Snyder, ss 3 0 1 2 5
I-ai.gdon, c 4 0 0 5 4
Erwin. If 4 0 1 0 1
Hall, p 3 0 0 0 3
Sniith , 0 0 0 0 0
Totals' 33 1 7 27 19
Smith batted for Hall in ninth.
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I MY SIVAGINA
ON TIGilE'S LIST
i I Former Three-Eye Leaguer
Signed for First But There
SOME BILLS UNSETTLED
Peoria Club Interposes Objection
Humored Lakaff Is to Be Trad
ed for Carmichael. ,
Kdward Paywin Weston started; on his 71st birthday, March 15, to walk
from New York to San Francisco a 4.W0 niilo; journey, which he expected
to cover in 1U( days. Sundays, excluded. He is four days behind.. his
schedule. ':' . . ,
F. Smith, ss...
Rowan, lb '. . .
Cuthbert. rf . .
Higgitis, c . . . .
Total 1 12 27 11 2
Dubuque (Ml tl 0 tt 1 0 0 0 I
Peoria , .0 0 11 0 0 3 1 0 I
Stolen bases Johnson, Higgins, Van-
lergrlft (2). Two base hits Cuthbert,
Johnson. Three base hits Hauser,
Netzel. Struck out By Ray, 3; by
Mercer, 4. Hit by pitcher By Mercer,
Umpire Hollings worth.
II 11 11 rh HUit OH" KiiKim'n.
Decatur, HI.. Jnly It. ) . itir
bunrhed bits off Enginan. in the sev
enth and eighth innings, defeating
Cedar Rapids, 4 to 0. The score: r
Cote, cf . .
Harkwell. ::b .
Mocre, 2 b
Bo uc he r, c
Purtell, ss . . .
jaco'jsen. p . .
CEDAR RAPIDS.. ,
Swato:-1i, i-sj .
Chase. 3b '.
Kaillard. lb .:
Decatur . . . . -
Cedar Rapids ... ..
( 2 1
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It was learned today that the new
unitluer tor wnom jacK 1 tgue,
ager of the Islanders, has been bar-
raining for the last few days, and who
uas finally been secured, is no other
han Harry Swacina, the former Peo-
nan, who nas gone rue Dig league
route. Swanica is to play first base
lor the Islanders, which will allow
Stark to be used as a catcher. It will
!e remembered that "Swats," as he
was Donularlv- known, was sold to
Pittsburg by Peoria two years ago and
remained there part of the season. He
was finally sold to Louisville aud from
there he went to Harrisburg. "Swats"
had a liking for this city and Jack
Tighe and for some time he had been
trying to arrange a deal whereby lie
:ould join the Islanders. He was not
flaying up to his standard with Har
risburg and so Tighe found it possible
'.o arrange matters satisfactorily and
ihe result "is that if Swanica did not
report to . the Islanders' manager to-
lay, he will, be very likely to show up
tomorrow.. . . ,
PrrNldvnt Srxion Snyn SoiurtbinK
Sad to relate; "however, he comes
with an ax hanging over his head and
this will be dropped on him before hi
can play a single game, unless he ha;r
jer.ed lo: have a goodly- supply of the
cash on him when Ii3 joins the team.
The Peoria management has notified
Battling Nelson Thoroughly I President Sexton that Swanica is in-
0 s'O itir.gs; off Patrick, 1 in one' inning
2 I'l off Smith,' 10 in eight innings. Umpir
Ik til 'fl-lrl.- '
TAKES A BEATING
Mauled by Ad Wolgast in
THOUGH THE HEAVIER MAN
Champion's Irishes Checked ami lie
Is Badly Worried t Several
' Stages ot I1ht.v
Los Angeles. CaJ . July. I l.-r-Ad Wol
gast otj Milwaukee. iloajiite the fact
.that he rweighed live pounds less th.ui
Batllins Nelson, gav- the Dane a'thor-
ttgh whifipitig in a in round br.ut. last
night. i i . ..v'A . i'
After an Ovetn first .-round'.-" Wolgast.
waded rn tid li;wPtlt ufl vantage in
Jtbted to the Peoria club to the extent
Jf over $1W) and under the laws of the
league, he can be prevented from play-
ng here until he has made good on
Ms obligations. Just how it comes that
Peoria had made no attempt to collect
from the player while he was in big
league company and drawing a fat
salary is not known, and it seems
rather queer that they should have for
gotten his obligations until it began
o look as though he was going to aid
1 no Rock Island team to win the peiv
riant. President Sexton served notice
o that effect upon the local baseball
lub today and Manager Tighe was
wired in regard to it. It is believed
by the- officers of the club, that ,tlw
(lifltculty will be : smoothed over with,
and that "Swats" will he holding down
our first sack In a few days.. When
Chicago, 8; Boston, 0 (second game).
St. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 1.
Pittsburg. 3; Brooklyn, 0.
New York, 8; Cincinnati) 4.
New York, 5; Chicago, 1 (first
Chicago, 6; New York, 2 (second
Detroit, 3; Washington, 0.
Cleveland, 1; Philadelphia, 0 (10 In
Boston, 0; St. Louis. 5 (first game).
Boston, 7; St. Louis, 1 (second
Minneapolis, 1; Milwaukee, 0 (first
Minneapolis, 5; Milwaukee, 0 (sec
ond game). '
Toledo, 5; Indianapolis, 0 (hrst
Toledo, 7; Indianapolis, 0 (second
Kansas City, 3; St. Paul, 1.
Louisville, 2; Columbus, 1. ,
of tho rpmalttiitkiit.e roimdS ;The t:.,is is ,onP lt !s iJ;cly that Big Bill
, .0 ft tl 0 it 11 2 2
, .0 tt 11 11 it 11 0 11 n
21 13 2
Slolen bases Foster, . Lyons. Tw'J
base hit Kelly. Double pipy Jacob
sen to Purtell to Foster. Struck ent
ity Jacobsen, ; by Engman, 1. Bases
on balls Off Jacobsen. 1; off Engmati,
2. Hit by pitcher Collins. Umpire
I'lcri-r IIhUIc at frliiKnelil.
Springfield, III., July 13. Smith was
the hero of Ihe game, scoring two men
in the ninth inning with two down.
Five pitchers were used, lit hits being
made.' The score:
Callahan, cf ,
eliiimpinii did not have n'sltl'gle round
It. Mil.-?' favor, tn Her bi'i-itU Vclug'th"
very best 'he couhl Vt
Wolgast fought the champion at his
ftwn'gaiue,' and beat5' hint decisively.
N e 1 so n 's face was fiadly 'sw oHen,' and
blond 'streamed' "from ''Ills' nose ' and
n:;nth at (he 'close 'of t he liglif.: Wol-
J' 1 . t 'I'll : I ' - .-. I
gast was'practicaiiy'-uiinuirked. it was
a terrific tight from Ihe start, and it
was not until the ninth and.lOh
rounds that Wolgast, succeeded in stop-
I-ing' Nelson s steady rushes. Nelson
was a badly worried, man. in several
stages or me. ngni. ,
LiiiiKforil iirtH KrKl.nf limit
Pittsburg. Jul v 11. Sam Langford of
P.dston and , Jolm. . llaynns, . better
known as Klondike of Chicago fought
six rounds to a draw at the Bijou
theater lnre last night. Klondike look
the count f niue tix times -during .the
bo.ut, aud .popular, upiiuwn ..navo the
fight-to litisford,.a!tljoiigli i,Ue law al
lows no deciai.on. Three,. ri-eliminaries
to the main attraction were good.
,2 010010 037
Bloomington ...01000000 0 I
Two base hit Novacek. Three base
hits Meloan, Stark. Sacrifice hits--Beiger,
McBride, Kelley, Keenaiu
Stole n bases Meloan , McBride (2),
Kelley. Bases on balls Off Hardin, 3;
off Hall, 3.-' Double' play Novacek to
Langdon. Umpire McKenzle. Time
of game 1:45..
Mercer lHakm f;d.
Peoria. 111., July 14. Mercer mado
his debut in Peoria, holding Dubuqu?
to three hits, the locals winning, 4 to
1. The score; .
Taylor. ir . . .
Hauser, ss . .
Backoff, cf . ,
Vandine. 3b .
Ahring, 2b ..
Iitrchen. lb ,
Ray, p '.
Nttzel, 3b .
1 3 24 13
R. II. P. A
Daly, p .
McGrew, 2 b
Reitz, 3b .'....
Jacobson, if .
Shaffer. 1h ....
E. Smith, c .
M. Smith, p.. .
Two out when winning run was
R. II. P. A. 15.
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.12 5 10
.0.2 fi 1 0
. 0 1 4 10
. 1 12 0 0
. 0 0 4 2 0i
.' 0 0 0 nil
.0 0 1 2 0
, 0, n 0 0 1
. 0 1 70 0 0
. 4 12 27 1 1 5
R. If. P. A. IS.
.13 3 0 1
.014 I, 1 1
. 0 0 2 0 1 1
.11 I 0 0
. 1 1 3 0 0,
. . 0 0 1 ; 0 ; 0 '
... 0 13.0.0 ;
, 0 0 3 1 0
. . 0 (1 0 5 0
,.1)' 0.0 10,
.. 3 7r26 14 2
r in the ninth.
Springfield 10000100 24
Davenport .. 00 00 02 10 03
Three base hit Johnson. Two base
hit Bell.; Bases on balls Off Miller,
4; off Daly, 1; off Patrick. 1; off Smith,
1; off Parkins, 1. Struck out By Daly,
a; by Smith, 1. Double plays Daly 10
Fed to McGuire: Bell to Blausser to
R,SUIger;' Blausser to Bell. Hits mnie
11 Off Daly, 6 in six and two-thirds in.
Jacobsen' will he farmed out in order
io let him gain a. little more experience
in the baseball world.
Im t'tarinlclinel the Other T
The baseball directors refuse to talk
bout, the new pitcher whom it is re
ported Manager Tighe Is trying to se
cure, but Spencer, the Cedar Rapids
t wirier, gave some light on the subject
yesterday while passing through this
city on his way home to nurse a sore
irm. Spencer says Tighe is trying to
arrange a deal with Cedar Rapids by
which Ikaft will be traded for Car
michael. The' latter is a strong pitcher
tut he has . been on the outs with
f resident ' Broberg for several weeks
and several days ago he drew a sus
pension of 10 days for listless playing.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
WESTON NEAR WALK'S END "nsHd ;
ua veil pon
Decatur .... t.".
Dnbjuque-r. . V.
Ceilaf' Rapjds r'i'J-.
' NATIONAL LEAGUE? ftV
W. 'li. Pet
Pittsburg ..54 20
Chicago .-46 26
New York 4!? !S
journey last night after: resting five Cincinnati 40 35
itt-ed .PeIeslHai KxtH'ct Ut Beach
Sn Kraiiciscit This Aftemoon.-Sj
. Goodyear, Cal., July 1 5 "Edward
Payson Weston left at 8:10 today
headed for Benieia. i miles, distant
Weston said he expected' to J" reach
Oakland before 9 tonight.
Suisun. Cal., July 1 14.- "Edward
Payson Weston started1 tn the next to
Take a Bridge Car and ride to
Third and Harrison streets, .
Davenportchange to a "Third
Street" car going west.
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TAKE A TROLLEY
Zanesville, 6; Dayton,-' 1. ' '
South Bend, 4; Evansville. 3.' ;
Terre Haute, 3; Grand Rap'ids,:,l
(first game). ' " '
Grand Rapids, 3; Terre Haute,' 1
(second game).' '
Fort Wayne, 3; Wheeling, i (first
Fort Wayne, 2$ Wheeling, 1 (second
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE."..
Canton, 6: Pekin, 1. -Macomb,
2; Beardstown," 0.
Galesburg, 2; Monmouth, 1.
Ottumwa, 5; Jacksonville, 2. ... --,
Burlington, 10; Kewanee, 2. ,
Keokuk, 3; Qtiincy, 0.
Waterloo, 2; Hannibal, 0.
. WESTERN LEAGUE. ,
. Pueblo, 3; Lincoln, 2..- ...
Des Moines, 15; Topeka,, 3i . ,
Omaha. 1; Wichita, 0, -.
Denver", 4; Sioux City, 1.
Old Folks' Livers
need an occasional stirriner ud to keep them from bcine .
constinated. bilious and eenerall v nut down. At the same
time, the laxative must not be so violent as to shock the system
and cause sinking and sickness, ' "
?fC u. s
is the ideal treatment for old folks' livers never fails to act, yet
never shocks. A tonic as well as a laxative, cesi ior con
stipation, rheumatism, biliousness any and all troubles pt
liver, stomach and bowels. 1 aice an n k. cwmci to
night you'll teel better in tne morning.
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HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
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a I 1 1 : 1 . n .i ? I
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LINE '0 DOPE
peoria. has". secured Vandegrift, for-
Ho I Cleveland
New York . . .
Western Union, Jjulletins fo The Ar-lgj Loute
St. Louis . .28 ' 41
Brooklyn 26 47
Boston ....I' 22 51
AMERICAN LEAGUE. '
Rock Island yesterday -at. Bloomington
r.t- Grogan instead of Hardin and of
course the mistake appeared on all the
bulletin boards aboxtt 'townj. '"'3
Look at. that mau Kelloy'g hitting
yesterday.. Best tWi'd baseman in the
league. . . ..
-Next Monday is aii off day and Dav
enport will he here to' play off one of
the postponed games in this city.
Jack Tighe got into the game yester
day for the second time this year.
Though he made no hits, he fielded
cleanly." '. . :
Additional Sporting News
on Page Six. ;
Washington : . .
' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
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Minneapolis..;... ........48 40 .545
Milwaukee 45 41 .523
Lduisville 44 41 .518
St' Paul ......... ..:...j.41 39 .513
Indianapolis .... .... 43 43 .500
Columbus 42 45 .483
Kansas City 38 43 .469
Tdledo . . . .'. . . . . , .39 ; 45 .464
i KSILTS YESTEBDAY.
' .THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
Jlock Island, 7 ; Bloomington, 1.
Decatur, 4 i Cedar Rapids, 0.
Peoria, 4; Dubuque, 1.
Springfield, 4 ;y Davenport, 3.
- NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Cldcago, 3; Boston, 2 (first game).
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