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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY MAY 17s 1910.
I1UOI DLO I
Peg to Plate Cuts Off Run That
Would Have Tied up the
HAD ENEMY UP IN THE AIR
Coachman's Wildness in First and
Bunching of Errors in Sixth,
Give Victors Lead.
Rock Island at Peoria.
Davenport at Bloomington.
Dubuque at Danville. A
Waterloo at Springfiefd.
Springfield, 111., May 17. (Special.)
Rock Island came within one score
of tying Springfield yesterday after
noon, a grand peg from left field by
Shaller catching Vogcl at the plate as
he was trying to score from second
on Ochs' single. The play came in
the eighth with one down and two on.
With Springfield "in the air" the visit:
ors made five hits in that round, three
of them infield pokes, but only two
( scores, one short of enough to tie re
sulted. Ochs' walk and a beat out poke
to Willis by Manusch, with Callahan's
attempted sacrifice, which was turned
into a hit, when no one covered first,
stacked the route.
In the first, O'Leary drove one to
Smith and was out at first, OcTis scor
ing. Kelley. popped to Humphries and
Willis let fly a wild pitch. Manusch
scoring. Hits by Kelley and Jacobsen,
Kohl's out and hits by Vogel and
Couchman netted two more in the
Conchmu Started Wild.
Couchman was wild in the first, the
locals getting two. Two outfield er
rors put two on in the sixth and a hit
added another, all scoring on Lofton's
single to left, which got by Manusch.
ROCK ISLAND. AB
Ochs, rf 4
Manusch, If 3
Callahan, cf 5
O'Leary, c 4
Kelley, 3b 5
Jacobsen, lb 3
Kohl, ss 4
Vogel, 2b 3
Couchman, p ..... 4
Total 35 4 8 24 12
SPRINGFIELD. AB. R. H. P. A. E
Shaller, If 5 0 2 6 1
Meioan, rf 2 1 1 2 0
Lofton, cf 3 1 2 0 0 0
Johnson, c 2 0 0 9 0 0
Smith, lb 4 0 2' 8 0 1
Chapman, 2b 2 0 0 0 1 0
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Humphries, ss ....7.4 i 0 1' 0 0
McGuire, 3b 4 1 1,1.1 0
Willis, p 3 10 0 10
Total ...29 5 8 2T 4 1
Rock Island . . .... ..20000002 04
Springfield 2 0 000300 5
Stolen bases Jacobsen, Meioan (2),
Smith, Shaller, Johnson, Vogel, Ma
nusch. Bases on balls Off Couchman,
2; off Willis, 6. Struck out By Couch
man, 3; by Willis, 5. Hit by pitched
ball Meioan, Johnson (2). Umpire
STANDING OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Springfield :..10 0 1.000
Bloomington 6 4 .600
Peoria .6 4 .600
Davenport 6 5 .545
Waterloo 5 8 - .385
Dubuque 5 8 .385
ROCK ISLAND 4 .7 .364
Danville 2 8 .200
. W. L. Pet.
..13 8 .619
..12 9 .571
..12 9 .571
..13 11 .542
..14 12 .533
..11 13 .458
..9 14 .391
..9 17 .346
W. 1m' Pet.
..16 4 .800
.13 8 .619
..15 10 .C00
..12 10 .545
.12 12 .500
.8 12 .400
. 9 16 .360
.4 17 .190
W. L. Pet.
St. Paul 20 .8 .711
Minneapolis 19 9 .679
Toledo 14 15 .483
Louisville .14 15 .453
Milwaukee ..11 15 .423
Indianapolis 12 15 .444
Columbus .' 12 17 .414
Kansas City 8 16 .333
Springfield, 5; Rock Island, 4.
Danville, 2; Davenport, 1 (11
Peoria, 3; Waterloo, 1.
Bloomington, 2; Dubuque, 1 (15 in
Chicago, 4; Boston, 3.
Cincinnati, 3; Brooklyn, 2.
St. Louis, 4; New York, 2.
Pittsburg, 7; Philadelphia, 4.
Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 1.
New York, 5; St. Louis, 3.
Washington, 3; Cleveland, 1.
Boston, 11; Detroit, 4.
Milwaukee, 4-, Toledo, 8.
Kansas City, 1; Columbus, 4.
Minneapolis, 9; Louisville, 4.
St. Paul, 0; Indianapolis, 6.
Sioux City, 4; Denver, 4 (eight in
Other gajnes postponed; rain.
Hannibal, 4; Kewanee, 8.
Quincy, 1; Galesburg, S.
Keokuk, 5; Ottumwa, 0.
Monmouth, 9; Burlington, 0.
Fort Wayne, 4; Wheeling, 1.
South Bend, 3; Evansville, 1.
Grand Rapids, 4; Terre Haute, 1.
No other games scheduled.
Rockford, 5; Oshkosh, 1.
Racine, 1; Green Bay, 0.
Aurora, 3; Appleton, 9.
Madison, 4; Fond du Lac, 5 (10 in
No games scheduled.
No games scheduled. '
HARD LINES FOR THE FISH
Low Water After Hard Winter Will
Will Interfere With Spawning.
Local anglers view with alarm" the
present low stage of the Mississippi
tnat now prevails. With nearly all
the shallow sloughs along the stream
dry or nearly so the few game fish
there are in thsse waters will have
slim chance to spawn this spring and
the result will be a depletion of the
finny tribe in the next few seasons.
Another severe blow to the sport was
the long hard winter, which froze the
sloughs to the bottom and resulted in
the death of practically all the fish
that were caught in them. This spring
there has not been the usual hizh
tage permitting a restocking from
the main stream and so the fishing
now is noorer than it has been fnr
NEW BUSH LEAGUE FORMED
inal Plans for Southern Illinois As-
sociation Are Made. ,
Mount Vernon, ill. May 17. Repre
sentatives of six towns in southern
Illinois met here and formed the
Southern Illinois league. Teams rep
resenting the league will be from
Mount Vernon, McLeansboro, Duquoin,
Herrln, Eldorado and Harrisburg. C.
C. Wright of McLeansboro was elected
Decides Rock Falls Is Wet.
Sterling, 111., May 17. Judge R. W.
E. Mitchell yesterday rendered an
opinion in the election contest of Rock
Falls, making the city wet, claiming
that the petition filed by the drys call
ing the election was deficient. The
city voted dry by six majority. The
drys announce they will appeal from
Zephyrs From the Diamond
Notice Peoria's stride,; too.
Pitcher Ed Hlggins, formerly with
Bloomington, has been farmed by" St.
Louis to Denver.
" I Pitcher Gilbert of Peoria gets five
pounds of tobacco for hitting the first
homer of the season over the fence.
Second Baseman Fremer of Water
loo is out of the game, having been
spiked at Waterloo Sunday. Chase is
in his place.
Peoria has farmed Pitcher Mercer
to Ottumwa. The latter club has
turned Pitcher Miller, last year with
Blooomington, back to Springfield.
Bloomington has no kick to make
on the work of Umpire Genins,. which
fact is offered as a refreshing varia
tion in the program elsewhere when
Genins appears. .
Springfield papers seem to think a
Sunday attendance of 1,900 is pretty
good for that town. Maybe, but that
wouldn't pay for the beans in the Cen
TO RAISE PENNANT
Rock Island Team and Fans to
Celebrate Here Next
MAGNATES ARE TO ATTEND
Presidents Tearaey, Comiskey and
Murphy Invited Dubuque Will
Be Opposing Team.
Next Monday the big doings of the
baseball year in Rock Island will be
pulled off at Island City park at which
time the pennant won by the team
last year will be flung to the breeze
with appropriate ceremonies. Presi
dent Warren H. Reck of the baseball
association, in whose hands the board
of directors have placed the arrange
ments for the day, has about com
pleted the program. There will most
likely be an automobile parade in
which the players and a number of
baseball notables will take part. The
line of march for the parade has not
yet been determined, but it will pass
over the principal streets in the city
and will probably go clear to the park.
Maaj Notables Here.
President Al Tearney, head of the
league, will be present and will proba
bly be prevailed upon to take part in
the program. He has not only prom
ised to be present himself, but has also
assured the local association that he
will bring with him President Charles
Comiskey of the Chicago White Sox
and President Charles Murphy of the
Chicago Cubs. The presence of these
two baseball celebrities will add great
ly to the event and will make it an
occasion long to be remembered. In
addition to these men a majority of
the presidents of clubs in the Three
Eye league are -expected to attend, as
pressing invitations are to be given
them and also tho directors of each
of the clubs. President M. H. Sexton
of. the national association of baseball
clubs will also be on hand.
Dubuque to Be Here,
The Dubuque team will oppose the
locals on pennant day. The visitors
will join with the Islanders in the
parade through the city and will also
take part In tho march at the field be
fore and after the pennant raising.
The banner will be pulled into place by
the members of the Islander squad.
When these ceremonies are over with
the game will be on.
SCHOOL BOY MEET
Kach Grade Building Will Haye Two
Entries in Every Event at Res
ervoir Park May 28.
A committee of boys from the city
schools met at the Y. M. C. A. yester
day afternoon to complete arrange
ments for the athletic meet. Six
schools were represented and it is pos
sible that one or two others may yet
get into line.
The meet will be held on Saturday,
May 28, at 2 o'clock at Reservoir park.
There will be seven track and field
events, besides a relay race. Each
school will enter two contestants in
each event. The points will be scored
on places made. That is, first place in
each event counts five points, second
place three and third place one. The
school winning the largest total oT
points will win the meet.
The boys who have been chosen as
committees from their schools will
have charge of the work of selecting
their representatives. Each school
will have competition for the next few
days, so as to -give all the boys a
chance to try out for the, big meet.
Any boy in a school can try and if he is
the best one in the school he wil Iget
to represent his school.
The matter of a grammar school
baseball league was also 'considered
by the boys yesterday, and" it is likely
that something in this line will be un
dertaken by the boys.
SCARLET FEVER PREVAILS
Rummage Sales Are Forbidden at
Rockford Cars Fumigated.
Rockford, 111., May 17. Rummage
sales have been forbidden and the
street cars have been ordered fumi
gated and put in sanitary condition as
the result of the prevalence of scarlet
fever. The fever is present in a light
tral league, where Klnsella would like
According to the figures of a Spring
field sports writer Dick Smith is hit
ting .522 this spring, playing in 23
games. Johnson's figure is .400, Me-
loan's .363 and McGuire's .304. The
others have not hit much, but it hasn't
... Nice run for the money that we gave
Springfield yesterday, Just the same,
Some day somebody will get to
Smith's aggregation and then watch
out. When these new pitchers learn
where those heavy stickers can't hit
'em it will help even up the pennant
Two old Three-Eye leaguers seem
to be down and out for good. Yester
day Gus Dornor, who used to orna
ment the box with Decatur, was un
conditionally released by Kansas City
and Freeport dropped Offa Neal, once
shortstop with Springfield. Both have
been up to the big leagues and back
again. Neal was offered a job as urn
pire In the Northern association.
RICKARD IS NAMED
Promoter of Big Fight Selected
as Referee After Long
MAY YET PICK ANOTHER
Will Act Only on Condition That It
Is Impossible to Agree Later
San Francisco, May 17. "Tex" Rick
ard, who is associated with Jack Glea
son in the promotion of the Jeffries
Johnson contest, and who came into
prominence four years ago when he
engineered the Gans-Nelson fight at
Goldfield, Ncv., was yesterday selected
to referee the battle between the two
heavyweights on July 4 at Emeryville.
In accepting the place, however, the
Nevada promoter made it clear he
would step aside if Jeffries and John
son agreed upon another man. This
settlement of the difflculty came when
it looked as if the meeting to select a
referee would end in another deadlock
and only after bitter words had passed
between Johnson and Sam Berger,
- SngKeated by Johnnon.
Johnson first suggested Rickard, but
Berger refused to consider the Ne
vada man, saying he would not accept
him on account of his inexperience.
The colored champion declared he
would stand pat on the three men he
had mentioned Jack Welsh, Eddie
Graney and Rickard. Then Berger in
dignantly replied that be would leave
the meeting. There followed a further
clash between Berger and Johnson, in
which ugly words were used by Ber
ger and threats by Johnson. Berger
stood up as if to leave the meeting
Cbeers Follow Final Choice.
"So you want Rickard do you?" he
queried of Johnson.
"Yes." came the answer.
"Well, all right," replied Berger, and
the crowd broke into a cheer as it
finally realized that one of the diffi
cult points had been settled.
Rickard made the following state
ment: "To stfaighten out this affair, I am
willing to act, providing my name is
agreeable to all concerned. I don't
want to act and I hoe before the fight
takes place that Jeffries and Johnson
will agree upon another man. , If they
can come to terms I am perfectly will
ing to step down and out. But if they
can reach no agreement I will not
In spito of the agreement there is a
feeling of mistrust among those who
attended the session that the last
word has not been said and that sooner
or later the referee question again
must be taken up for consideration.
100 Block Team"' Manager, Joe
Gstettenbauer, Rock Island freight do
"2600 Team" Manager, Clarence
Mart, 2700 Fifth avenue. Rock Island.
Rock Island, Independent Manager,
E. Saunders, 13G Fourth avenue tdo
The Sextons Manager. T. C. Roan
tree, P. O. Box 464, or telephone 1175
K, Rock Island.
Thornbloom Tigers Manager,
Charles H. Crlppen, -1412 Twenty-sixth
avenue. Phone East 390 L.
Butchers - Manager, George Huber,
old phone west 546, new 5498.
Young & McCombs Ralph Kent,
manager, Young & McCombs store.
The Sextons and the Young & Mc
Combs teams will play a game Sunday
morning. Island City park has been
secured for the battle which is expect
ed to be a hot one. The teams have
not met thus far this season and their
relative strength Is unknown.'
The Louis Hanssen's Sons' baseball
team of Davenport has issued a chal
lenge to the amateur teams of this city
stating that they especially desire. to
play the Sextons and the Bennetts,
but that they will take on any other
Rock Island team which has any of the
following dates open: May 22, June 5.
19 and 26. J. H. Schultz, manager of
the team, can be found at 1454 West
Seventh street, Davenport.
j The Strollers defeated the Green
J bush team 8 to 7. ,
Pitcher Loomis Holds Daven
port to One Hit and Dan
TOOK ELEVEN INNINGS
Bloomington Downs Dubuque in 13th
and Peoria Takes Sixth Con
Danville, 111., May 17. Two passes
in the ninth inning, with a sacrifice
fly. allowed Davenport to score, bring
ing the game to a tie. In the 11th two
hits won Danville its first homo game,
2 to 1. Loomis pitched great ball, al
lowing but one hit. Score:
DAVENPORT. R. H.
Ohland, cf 1 0
Hilley, 3b 0 0
Geyer, rf , 0
Irby, If ...0
Nye, ss 0
Cominger, lb 0
Maddox, 2b 0
Coveney, c .....0
Smith, p 0
Total ,.1 132 15 1
DANVILLE. R. H. P. A.E.
Madigan, rf .11 1 1 0
Magee, 2b 0 0 3 3 1
Sullivan, cf ....0 2 2 0 0
Fisher, ss 0 0 5 2 1
Wolfe, c.. 0 0 7 2 0
Hildebrand, lb 0 0 13 1 0
Coombs, If '. 0 1 2 0 0
Cooley, 3b 1 1 0 2 0
Loomis, p 0 1 0 C 0
Total ....2 6 33 17 2
Two out when winning run was
Danville .10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Davenport 0 00000001 0 1
Two base hit Loomis. Struck out
By Loomis, 6. Bases on balls Off
Loomis, 6; off Smith, 1. Umpire
White. To Bloomers In 15th.
Bloomington, 111., May 17. By a
wide throw to first in the 15th Pitcher
Glass let Bloomington on, and a bob
ble by R. Darringer scored the win
ning run, 2 to 1. ' Score:
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P.
Staton, 2b 0 0 3
Godwin, If 0 2
Melchoir, lb 0
Long, cf 1
Keenan, 3b 0
Novacek, rf 0
Nunamaker, c 0
Snyder, ss 1
Cook, p 0
Total 2 8 45
DUBUQUE. R. H. P.
Taylor, If 1 0 2
Ronan. 2b 0 1 6
Reagan, cf 0 1 2
H. Darringer, rf 0 2 2
Fewer, 3b 0 2. 2
Lerchen. lb 0 1 16
R. Darringer, ss 0 0 0
Mason, c 0 0 13
Glass, p 0 2 1
Total 1 944 17 2
Two out when winning run was
Bloomingfn 00000000100000 12
Stolen bases Godwin, Taylor.
Two base hit Keenan. Struck out
By Cook. 2; by Glass, 11. Bases on
balls Off Cook. 5. Umpire Genins.
Sixth Straight for Peoria.
Peoria, 111., May 17. Peoria won the
sxth straight game, 3 to 1, hitting
Clark opportunely. The score:
PEORIA. R. H. P.
Johnson, if .1 2 0
Moore, ss 0 2 4
Rowan, lb 0
Biltz. cf .. 0
Cuthbert, rf 0
Smith, 2b 0
Myers, 3b 1
Asumssen, c ;1
Scbmirler, p 0
Total 3 10 27
WATERLOO. R. H. P.
Leard, 2b 0 1 3
Long, rf 1 2 5
Harrington, c 0 1 4
Collins, If 0 0 2
Reidy, cf 0 1 . 0
Wilkes, ss '. .0 0 ' 1
Chase, 3b 0 0 1
MHsap, lb 1. 0 0 3
Hester, lb' 0 0 3
Clark, p" 0 0 0
McGee, p 0 0 0
Total 1 5 24 21 0
Peoria 00102000 3
Waterloo 0 0001000 0 1
Stolen bases Johnson, Wilkes (2),
Collins (2), Moor3, Leard. Two base
hits Cuthbert, Moore, Asmussen,
Myers. Three base hits Johnson,
Harrington, truck out By Schmirler,
2; by McGee, 3. Bases on balls On
Schmirler, 7; off Clark, 1; off McGee,
3. Umpire Carruthers.
BOYS TO SEE THE STARS
Prof. Udden Provides a Treat for
Members of the B.' G. M.
Professor Anton Udden of the Rock
Island high school faculty has extend-
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Room 403 Best Building
ed an Invitation to the members of the
B. G. M. of the Y. M. C. A. to visit
the high school tomorrow evening and
view the stars and the moon through
the telescopes there. The boys wili
assemble at the association at 7:30 if
the weather i favorable, but if other
wise, they will assemble at the same
DO CLEVER STUNTS
Early Games in Leagues Show
Unusual Number of Sen
HOMERS WITH BASES FULL
No-Hit Game and Couple of Triple
. Plays Among Things That
Have Stirred Fans. .
Although the 1010 season is stiil very
young and old Jupiter Pluvius very
unkind to the fans for the first few
weeks of the campaign, quite a num
ber of sensational stunts have been
pulled off in the big leagues. In the
American and National leaguus the
quality of ball has been on a higher
plane than ever before, and, while the
fans of rertaiu cities may be disap
pointed at the standing of their repre
sentatives in the percentage columns,
they have to acknowledge that the
play this year has been fast and spir
In the first few weeks of play two
triple plays were made, both in the
National league. The New Yorks wip
ed out three of the Brooklyn' players
at one fell swoop in New York and du
plicated the feat a few days later in
Boston. Dahlen's Daisies pulled off a
three ply killing at the expense of the
Doves also. Tris Speaker, who Jim
McAleer says is the best outfielder In
the country, already has made a dou
ble play without assistance, a rare feat
for a center fielder. Ty Cobb in the
second game played by the Tigers this
year beat Briscoe Lord of the Naps
out' of a hit. by throwing Larry Lajoie
out nt second. Cobb, who, like Speak
er, always is trying, came in fast on
Lord's low liner, just uiisscd catching
It . and then threw to second and re
tired the king of the Naps.
Addie Joss, pitcher, inventor and
sporting editor, b.-id the honor of pitch
ing the first no hit game of the year,
but there are many captious critics
who aver that he should not have
been credited with this performance.
On April 20 th slcndor Clevelander
got the best of Frank Smith in a pitch
ing duel by tho slightest of margins
1 to O. Bill Bradley fumbled Parent's
unintentional bunt, and the scorers
first called It a lilt, afterward changing
their minds and charging an error
against McGuire's tall and capable
Brndtry Takra ninmf.
Bradley sa.v jUj was to blame on
the play, but many fans who witness
ed the game aver that a point was
stretched in Joss" favor to let the "hu
man slat" make his second appearance
in the no hit colony. Walter Johnson
of the Washington. Frnnk Smith of
the Chicago White Sox and Earl Moore
of the Phillips lot tholr oponents
down with om rap in nine Innings.
Of noble four baggers and cleanup
swats there has becu a bountiful sup
ply. J. Bentlcy Seymour of the New
York Nationals and Tex Erwin of
the Brooklyns seem to have made
the longest loop-t he-loop cracks of the
campaign. McGraw's outfielder nnd
Dahlen's . backstop .each hit the .ball
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Sometimes rurv akeaci of our
anticipations it cant alwavs be
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(over Young: & McCombs).
over the high right field wall in Phila
delphia. Players who have hit for the
circuit with the bases in a congested
condition In the first few weeks of
the campaign are Norman Elberfcld of
the Washingtons, who turned the trik
on April 20. and Jake Stahl of the Bon
ton Red Sox. who came to time with
a drive of this kind on tbe following
Roger Bresnahan of the St. Louis Car
dinals, Charles Louis Phlllippe of the
Pirates, Bob Bescber of the Reds nnd
Larry Lord of the Boston Red Kos
have either doubled or tripled with the
bases all tenanted and swept the has
socks clear of their Inhabitants. Tris
Speaker came mighty nigh making
himself more popular than ever with
his admirers recently when In an
eighth inning assault on Gray and
Hovlik of tbe Washingtons be almost
got two borne runs in one round.
On Tris' first appearance at the plate
he drove the ball out of the lot, and
on his second he again sent It beyond
the barrier, but drive No. 2 was foul
by an Inch or so, and be had to re
turn to tbe batters' box. Speaker sin
gled on his second trip to tbe plate
In the same Inning and is tbe first ma
jor league performer who has got two
hits in one Inning.
news all the time
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Hundreds of Rock Island Readers Find
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The hustle and worry of bustnes
The hard work and stooping or
The woman's household cares,
Are too great a strain on the kid
neys. Backache, headache, sideache.
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
A Rock Island citizen tells how to
cure them all.
Mrs. Katie Peterson, 1615 Second
avenue. Rock Island, HI., says: "I
believe that hard work and overex
ertion weakened my kidneys. I suf
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brought prompt relief. In fact, I did
not think any medicine could act s
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