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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11909.
COP COUPLE FROM
Hardin and Neal in Great Form
in Double Bill at Hock Is
NINE HITS IN BOTH GAMES
While the Islanders Fra.st - ISoiuai-,
Scciirins Seven Hits in u
Springfield at Rock Island.
Decatur at Davenport.
Hloomington at Dubuque.
Peoria at Cedar Rapids.
v GAMES MONDAY.
Bloomington at Rock Island.
Peoria at Davenport.
Springfield at Dubuque.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
The Islanders won both cuds of
the doublehcader with Decatur yes
terday by getting after the opposing
pitchers and pounding them hard in
one or two innings of each game. In
addition to this the Decatur twirlers
were wild at times and this fact was
taken advantage of.- The first game
was put on the good side of the col
umn by a score 6f 1) to 0 and the sec
ond was a walkaway of the same, or
der with a score of 6 to 2.
Hardin performed for the Islanders
in the first game and Neal went "on
the slab in the second, which was
ciijt to seyen inninss by agreement.
Bith "the Islander pitchers" were in
great form and the Commodores
were unable to do anything with
their shoots and curves which were
breaking nicely throughout both con
tests. Hardin allowed but four hits
off his delivery and Neal allowed live.
The fact that a ball bounded bad in
the seventh inning was directly re
sponsible for three of the hits off
Billy, however, and be deserved a
two hit no score game.
ict Hiim- nt (hr Mart.
The Islanders, got busy right off
the reel in the first came of the
double bill and every man on the
team came up to bat in the first
round. Five scores resulted from the
fusilade of bingles which the home
team made. Murphy led off with a
swat down the third base line, and
Berger made the first out of the in
ning by flying to center field after
two vain attempts to sacrifice. Mur
phy went to second on a yild pitch
but was caugnt napping a minute
later and ttiniwi. out. Meloan drove
one to Burns andx,the lanky second
,sacker fumbled it long enough to al-
low the speedy Islander to reach
j first in safety. Swacina looked bad
to Bomar who was on the mound
for the visitors and he received a
base on balls whit-h filled the first
two sacks. McBride delivered the
goods when his turn came and his
liner to center field, which bounded
off the shins of Cote, brought in a
pair of runs. Swats scoring wnen
Cote, threw wild to third in attempt
ing to catch him there. Mac ended
up on third. Kelley
went to first a
t r;in unnr'lt ion
minute later with
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fwith a drive which brought both j The two runs made by Decatur came
Kell and McBride over the pan. Wise in the seventh inning after two men
'stole second and (iune home on 'were down. Foster hit one to Ber
Stark's single into l. ft field. Hardin !Ker and Joe planted himself fairly
ended the inning with an infield
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drive and the' score boy put down
five big juicy runs.
Srn-B IIIIk in One Itouad.
From the first inning until the
sixth Bomar seemed to have gained
the mastery over the Islanders for
onlyone hit was made off him and
only one man reached second base.
It proved, however, that the Tighert
were merely resting on their arms
and in1 the sixth they returned to
the charge with renewed vigor. Sev
en out of eight men who faced Bomar
in the sixth secured safe hits and
the eighth1 one reached first on a
pass. " All the putouts took place on
the bases, one of them being at the
plate' and the other two at third
base. Kelley opened the inning with
a hit,' Wise followed .suit and Stark
filled the bases' with a pass. Hardin
singled and brought two men in.
Murphy drove one; down to Cook
which was too hot td be handled and
Stark came home. Catcher McNam
ara allowed the throw to the plate
to get' away from him and Hardin
tried to follow Stark in but he was
caught by a matter of inches. Mur
phy was caught napping off third a
minute later and his out made the
seconder the inning. Berger follow
ed with a single to right field and
Meloan drove him the rest of the
way around the circuit with a two
sacker which hit the back fence on
the fly. Swacina kept up the good
work by driving one through Cook,
but Meloan ended the inning by get
ting caught at third. The Islanders
were satisfied after this and the
game ended without any more scor
ing. The score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. P. A. 2.
Murphy, cf 5 0 2 1 0 0
Berber, ss 4 1 1 2 C 0
Mcloan. if 4 1 I 0, f)
Swacina, lb . . 1 2 13 0 0
McBride, If :; l i 5 1 0
Kelley, 3b 3 2 2 0 1 ' )
Wise, 2b ..... 4 2 2 3 4 . t
Stark, c 1 1 n' 0
Hardin, p ..... 0 1 0 3. ')
Total 33 IS 27 14' 0
DECATUR All. It. 11. P. A. C
Barkwell. Sb .... 2 0 0 2 1 0
Jenkins, rf 1 (1 0 1 o n
Bnnis, 2b 1 0 1 2 3 2
Cook, lit. 3 0 0 2 2 1
Cote, rf :: 0 1 1 o 1)
Foster, 11) :; 0 i s 1 1
McNannsra, c 3 0 0 2 t 0
Coombs, If o.l.l 0 '1
Bomar, p :; n 0 2 4 0
Total .....2S 0 4 21 15; 1
Roclc Itiand .'...5000 04 00 0
Oecatu- : . . .0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 o-0
Two base hit Meloan. Stolen bases
Meloan. Kelley, Wise. Barkw::i
Double plays Berger to Wisi to Sw.'i-
cina (2); Burns to Foster
balls Off Hardin, 2: off Bomar,: 1.
Wild 1 itch Bomar.-" -Struck outBy
Hard',?. 2; b". Bomar, 2. Time of gain-t
1 ::;). Umpire McKcnzie.
nme Story in Sr-nl (.nmf,
The'"'Islanders "repeated their tac-
tics of the flrst game by'cinching the
second in a sinele inninsr. Lnomls
started the. game on the slab for the
visitors and he was put to sleep in
the second inning. Hits by McBride,
Kelley and Stark, a sacrifice hit by
Wise, pasfces to Murphy. Berger and
Swacina and a rank error by Cook
resulted in six runs crossing the pan
and the game was cinched. Loomis
was chased to the bench near the
end of this inning and his place was
taken by Benz. The latter did a
little better than his predecessor, but
fliis can be attributed to the fact that
the Islanders did not exert them
selves to score again, as they natur-
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an; hjii. Liicti. tiiu frtxiim nun ctu t'.iuj'
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nieirs iy an me signs or tne zodiac
in front of it and waited. Just, as it
reached him, however, the ball must
have struck something which de
fleeted it for it bounded clear over
Joe's head. Boucher was next up
and his lucky three sacker brought
in the first score for the Commodores
in two games. Boucher's hit went to
centerfield and it ought to have been
aught by Murphy, but Frank figured
that the game was over when he saw
Boucher at bat and -he was already
on his way in when the ball was hit
The result was a clean Ihree-sacker,
Coombs followed Boucher with a hit
to left field and the second score
came in, but that ended it for the
next man drove one out to Murphy
who had got back on the job.' : The
score: ' ",
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. P. A. K.
Murphv, cf ...2 1 H 1.0 0
Berger. s 2 1 1 1 1 1
Meloan, if ......3 0 0 I 0 0
Swacin:;. lh 2 1 0 S 0 0
MeBridv. If 3 0 2 2 0
Kelley, .! 3 1 1 2 2 i
Wise, 2b 2 0 0 3 1 0
Stark, c .-...3 1 1 2 0 I
NTeal, m 1 1 0 0 2 0
Totai 21 6 520 0 2
DECATI R. AB. R. II. P. A. F.
Barkwell, .lb 3 f 1 0 0
Jenkins, if ..... 3 0 0 2 0 0
Burns, 2b ;j n (t l fi 0
Cook, ss 2 0 0 2 1 1
Cote, cf .?, o 1 it o 0
Foster, lb 3 l l s 1 0
Ikiucher. c . . .3 1 2 2 2
Coombs, If ......2 0 1 2 0 0
! rContinued on Page Six.) .
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LAST TIME HERE
Springfield Visits This City in
Final Games of the Year
With Islanders. ' v,
FEW MORE VICTORIES
Kock llainl Team Can Cim-li Pen
nant IM n Coming Week by
Winn Couple of Games.
The . Spi agfield Senators, which
have teen the closist contenders
all year for the j . honors which
the Inlanders ' seem . soon to
cinch.;, are here for' the last time
this year, and It Is in the power of the
Rock Island1 club to come within an
acc of putting the Senators out of the I
race for first place foir good. By win
ning two games,: 1 the Islanders
would hove to win i)iily two more
games out f the 13' which would still
eniain to b jplayei iri order to secures
he ' ch?.m; iQnshii-' .title ' without a
chance of losing it. On the other
hand, if the Islanders should lose both
games to Springfield, and if the Sen
ators should win every game they have
to play, Tishe's men would have to
win six out of the 13 remaining games
in order to. cinch things. When wo
consider that we have six games yet
to play wi:ii Cedar Rapids, it is almost
lime to gt in and say "Tighe has cut
the caper all right." 1
On account of this being the last tp-
pearance f the Senators -oil the local
diamond hub -year, me lans ougntjio
turn out well, not oniy to nin gooa-nye
and good Hick to the team which has
so iar pr iveti useu mo secona nesi
teani in "tho league, but also to help
swell the attendance figures to a point
where this city will lead the league
not only in percentage, but in attend
ance as well.
Although yesterday was an Ideal
day, with two games and ladies' day
to help, the attendance was not all
that could be desired by any means.
Now, fans, if there Is anything worse
ihau failure, to support your team
when 'it is losing, it I is failure to stip
lort U when it is winning. It should
be and is the ambi'ipn of every team
and t every fan lo win games. t
does look, howeve- a;s though, when a
team 'is,li.;nding it a line of sensa
tional ''victories1, .ieh as the ones
which the Islai. iers' have been win
ninglately. that thef fans ought to turn
out in rti-urd" breaking numbers to
show that tbey appreciate it.
Bettor' g out tomorrow and give the
Senators :i big farewell attendance
HARDIN TO REPORT
' ' " i
.leniiiniis Wishes to Have Islander
Tiviiier Aid His Teaoi in Jink
ing Strong Finish.
Man.iger Hugh Jenninpi of the D
troit T.gers is getting atiNious to havi
Georgj Hardin report to Mm IliJs year,
although by the terms of the sale
George does not have to go until after
the Three-Eye season is over. Th
Tiger manager is getting ready lo sta:t
on a long road trip, liawevcr, ,and Be
probably feels that he could M ja
young fellow like Hardin in easing- "j;,
the strain u his regular 'staff while
on the load. "" I
Then .loo, he has watched Georgo's
accompli: hni tits' bo far this year anl
ho is well ileased with the deal by
which he secured such a proniisin:
player. He wired Manager Tigbc yes
terday mid after congratulating him
on winning the pennant of the Three-
Eye league, lie asked if it would be
possible to have Hardin report within
the nixt few days!
'' The Islander manager does not in
tend to let him go, however, whiia
Ihefe remains the least chance that w
might be beaten out of first place, co
he wired Jennings in answer that be
could probnldy htive Hardin in the
course of the next week.'' ' If the pen
nant is .cinched in that time, George
will join his future teammates at once.
(ML VALLEY WINS
V THE RUBBER GAI.U
lefeat Sherraril Tenni In Thiwl and
' " Lat of Keaon- Play on Nep
tral IMamonil at Orion.
Caial Valley won the last game of the
season fronV their kld'.rlval, Sherrard
in game' played jiosterday afternoon
at Orion, the score iH-ing 3 to 0. Each
leaiirhad -won a gamo from the other
so f,;ir this year and yesterday's game
u-aJ the rubber. C Both -teams wanted
to wlii ft more than any other game
luring the vear'; and a gilt-edged, ex-
rftin contest resulted. Ben Sommer:
son twir-Jed for the winners and his
exceltent work was principally respon-
lble -for the victory; only nve ne.c
him and he' fanned nine
son twirled good ball fo:
t tlnieiy nuimg u
Valley made seven nits
n tWvun until " n,n,n
was a three bagger by Grecsr. resulteirl
It- i , - r 1
iu mreo runs lor Coal Valley and-Sthe
game was won.
(" RECORD OF LEAGUES
. . .TCC
New York 7(5
St. Louis 47
Cleveland : C8
New York 58
St. Louis 54
' - W. L.
St. Paul 70
Toledo' ...1 GO
1 rFNTRAL LEGUE
South Bend .
Torre Haute .
Ottumwa - 44
Wl SCONSIN 1 LL1 NOIS LE AG UE.
i ' - W. L. Pet
Madison . .
09 52 .570
05 37 .53n
V:- - "-.? ttt .. ' . sns
Fond -'du Lac.it r.i.-Vc.w .V2 -.483
Oshkosh 'A Xi. ; . 50 ,72 1410
' ", '. r--- - r
Sioux City SO
Des Moines 7S
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Galeshurg . .
Canton , .'. . .
RESy LTS YESTERDAY;
THRElS EYE LEAGUE.!
Rock Maui, 9-C; Decatur, 021
Davenport.' 51 Springfield, 12.
Bloomington. II: Cedar Rapids, 0.
Dubuque, 41; Peoria, 30.
Chicago, 29; SC Louis, 13.
Pittsburg. 4: Cincinnati, 3.
New York-Brooklyn game postponed.
rain. ,. .: . ' :
Boston-Philadelphia game postponed,
rairi. - i.
St. Louis, 72; Chicago. 30.
Detr3it. 29: Cleveland, 11.
New York-wasniiigum game vx.
)oned, wet grounds.
Indiana polls, C; Columbus, 4,
Minneapolis. 3; Kansas City, 2.
Sf. Paul. 4: Milwaukee, 'i.
Louisville-Toledo - game - postponed
f CENTRAL LEAGUE.
Wheeling, 1; Evansville, 0.
Fort Wayne. 9; Grand Rapids, 0.
Terre Haute. 46; Zanesville, 33.
Soutft Bend, 3 2 Dayton, 05.
'' CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Ottumwa, 2 5; Waterloo, 11.
Qninyi 6; Keokuk, 3: V
BurliKgton, & 3; Kewanee, 31
Han'iibal. 7 4 : Jacksonville. 09.
Appleton,' 5 3; Fond du Lac, 10.
Freeport, 4; RacKiord, 3.
Green; Bay, 5; Oshkosh.'l.
; "western league.
Des Moines, 9; Wichita, 2. .
Topeka," 11; Omaha. 2.
Sioux, City, 13; . Pueblo. 4.
Lincoln, 5 3;, Denver, 00.
Galeslnarg, 5 3; Canton, 4 5.
Pckl", ft : Mneomb; 15. ,
tkardKtown, 26;Mo mouth, 0-5.
Islanders Perform in Stellar
Roles in Games Yesterday"
SWACINA HERO OF THE DAY
Pulls Off Two Spectacular Plays
Which' Ought to Put His Photo
in the Hall of Fame.
Yesterday's double-header furnished
more spectacular plays and exhibitions
of heady baseball than any two gamos
we have ever had on the diamond a(
the Island City park. Some plays were
pulled off, the equal of which have sel
dom, if ever, been seen before. Swa
cina was the particular star; as usual,
In the tensational line, two of his plays
deserving to . go down in history as
being the real Things.' "
In tho fourth inning of the first game
Swats made' as pretty a stab of a liiif
drive as it is possible to make. Jen
kins, ii left hander, was at the bat.
and he laid against one of Hardin's
speed balls with a terrific crack. Th
crack of the bat and the ball was fol
lowed by another sharp snap and th
spectators looked at Swacina in time
lo see him up in the air about four
feet," with the wonderful left mitt ex
tended above his bead and with the
ball grasped lightly there. The bal
was tapped for three sacks and would
have been good for that number in 9t
out of 100 cases. Swats catch took
quick thinking and wonderful judg
ment. and his loap into the air seemed
to have, been made almost as soon as
the ball was, struck. It was all over
in au instant; but the longer the fans
thought about it the better the catch
appeared, and the hand they gave the
big first sacker was for as clever a
piece of work as has ever been seen
ItsilnnrrN on the Wire.
Not content to rest after bis remark
able slop in the four inning, Swait
pulled off another sensation stunt iii
the next round which would have sur
passed the first had he been successful
in catching the ball he went after. I.
was a high foul off the bat of lc
Namara and it was due to land on the
bleecher side of the tence, which sep
arates the east bleachers from , th
field of play. Ss-a's, as you all know.
covers tome ground,, and he tak
chancy on everything. He went afte.
this fly as though he intended to get
it and he came so close that he had
McNamara frightened.' He struck, tli
wires on the top of the fence befon
Ihe ball came down, and his weigiii
and momentum caused him to neari
go through the wires. They held
however, and he balanced on them
five-, feot aboyd 'tlfb griunil, 'with' -th-
topmost wire-' cutting'; into .bis "feide.
He5 W.is: still after ihe"ba if though and
his' btiistretched arm reached It'ias
came1 down, arid it felt. Into his glove
hut the shock was mere than he coul l
stand and' the- ball dropped as th
wires shot him back onto the field oi
play!" Had he held that ball it would
undoubtedly have rivaled any catch
that has ever been made.
Olhera oo the Job, Too.
Swats was the particular star of th
day, but he was not the only one.
Berger was there as usual with bit
scoop working right and some of tlu
grounders which he fielded and threw
to first in time to get' the runners
were really remarkable jierformances
1 Wise mado a beautiful one hande:-
51 , .50S 1 catch of BVrns line drive an the fourth
02 Sr55Tinniuor lef:cond game, and he com
oOiMpletedmh good work by doubling i
1 runner "at second -base.- .Eddie's catc'n
1 was oiitthe saneT order, as Sw'aclna's
and almofct'As. difficult.- V :
An instance 'of remarkable head work
was shown in the fifth inning or the
second gamew,hen a double play witb
one 'out ftl thfe bases full., prevented
lpcaliir-v.fTOnf i'scoring. a run v Two
liHa raid a base on balls had filled the
sacks and only one man was out when
Benz bit a grounder to Kelley. Keli
grabbed the ball and then made a dash
for third baso -and the man comin
from second was forced. Then Kelley
brought that wonderful whip of hi
Into piay and, the ball fairly burned
the air as it sped to first base where
it arrived before the runner had got
there. It was a pretty double play
and it retired the side, and no tun was
counted as the runner who had crossed
IfK. nlntA ,i-rt hin. rn a - frtrcfk r 1 1 1
- 1 . r . .
play at first base; A large majority
of thirl sackers and men with reputa
tions for brains , would have' thrown
the ba'-S home and caught the man on'
his way to the plate, but Kelley sized
up the situation at a glance and sav:
a way out of it . in which only one
throw was necessary to retire the side.
BILLY EARLE TO QUIT
Veteran M ires IJesignHtion as Three
l'yf Ijeague Umpire to Presi
Umpire Billy Earle has finally given
up the umpiring job on account of the
rheumatism which has been troubling
him ever since he began working
Billy went to the bad at Dubuque and
was hardly able ' to discharge his
duties, so he notified , President M." H
i Sexton that he would have to thro
up the sponge, and Monte McFarlanJ,
iwho has been working with Clarke at
Davenport, was given orders to report
for duty at Dubuqne today, '
to ,. ; ..
( at if a KrMm
Also to North Pacific coast points,
tickets will be on sale, daily.
Why not take advantage of these low fares and make
a trip west this fall? Only $2'.). 90 to fxs AngeletT'of
San Francisco. Similar reductions to other "points.
Tickets honored in Rock Island tourist cars' running
through without change to California. Choice of twd
best routes. Aslc for folder. "Across the Conlinent'ln
a Tourist Sleeping Car." Free on request. '"' :'
S. F. Boyd, Div. Pass. Agent, Davenport.
F. II. Pliiminer, C. V. Agent, 181W2d Ave., Itock Island
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED
The United States Government Giva
Railway Mail Clerks $300 a Year to
Start, and Increases to $1,200.
Uncle Sam will bold an examination
for Postal Clerks and Letter Carriers
in Rock Island in November; for other
positions on different dales. It is esti
mated that 50,000 appointments" will
Re made this year. The Government
wants people over IS years to take. the
examination; will pay them well "and
i?ive them an annual vacation with full
pay. The Bureau or instructions.
Rochester, N. Y., with its' thorough
knowledge of ail the requirements tan
It anyone in a few weekso pass'. A
Government Position means employ
ment for life. Prepare now for the ex
amination. Any reader of The Argus
can get full information by writing thn
Bureau of Instructions.' 74 Hamlin
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' In a. New' Elaborate" Musical Play, ;
THE PRIZE WINNERS. ,
Ctitfrnj5l Scenic, Kiuipncnt . Daz
Afa Chorgs Array-ri-A Real ' '
JSrCES-Matitiee,, IOC Wpd ,25c; vn- ,
Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Charlcss 11. Wucra Presents the Popular
Aui hor-Actor.-.lames Kyrle McOurdy, ; v
in His phenomenal and SucctsB-i'
- ful Comedy-Drama. . ,.,'. '
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YANKEE DOODLE ' ,
DETECTIVE, ; .-;.,".'
A Novel, Vniiine and Picturesque Show
of Greater Gotham. '''
A Wealth of KenliNiii, Full of Deep II a.
man Interest, ImnoalDs Sofof,
AN ADKgf ATE (XlllI'ANY tK CARE"
Prices 25c, 3oc and 5(lc. I'hono west ,
224. .' - ' ;',' .
E a mily Theater
OpnoMlte Spencer Square.
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nP17Q Monday After
yJL JDll O noon at 3 o'clock
All Star Bill
Throe Shows Daily at
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four bits, one of which
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