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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. JUXE 21, 1910.
PAIR OF HOMERS
Melchoir and Keenan Smash
Ball Away Out in Field in
WHEN SCORE WAS TIED
Otherwise the Teams Battled on Even
Terms, Though Lakaff Was
Rock Island at Peoria.
- Davenport at Blooming-ton.
Dubuque at Danville.
Waterloo at Springfield.
" Bloomington, 111., June 21 (Spec
ial) Two homers made in the same
inning and in exactly the same place
bro?re up the game yesterday and
gave the Bloomers one out of the
' four played with the Islanders this
series. Melchoir and Keenan did the
heavy hitting. It was in the eighth
and the score was tied, 2 and 2.
Melchoir was first up and he drove
the ball far into right center, mak
ing the circuit before the sphere
could be returned. Keenan came
next and did the remarkable stunt
of putting the ball in almost exactly
the same place with similar results.
Bloomington scored its other two
In the second, when, with two down,
Erwin, Staten, Snyder and Royer hit
safely In succession and two runs
. Rock Island bunched hits in the
second and sixth. In the second
O'Leary, Kelley and Kohl did the -hitting
and the first named counted,
Kelley being thrown out at the
plate. In the sixth Callahan doubled
down the first base line, took third
on a wide throw to catch him at sec
ond, and came home on Manusch's
hit toright. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R.
Callahan, cf 4 1
Davidson, If 4 0
Manusch, rf 4 0
Slattery, lb 4 0
O'Leary, c 3 1
Kelly, 3b 3 0
Kohl, ss 3 0
Vogel. 2b 3 0
Lakaff, p 3 0
5 24 11 1
H. P. A. E.
Long, cf 4 0
Godwin, If 3 0
Melchior, lb 4 1
Keenan, 3b 4 1
Nunamaker, c 4 0
Erwin, rf 3 1
Staten, 2b 4 1
Snyder, ss 3 0
Royer, p 3 0
Total 32 4 11 27 14 2
Rock Island 01000100 0 2
Bloomington 02000002 4
Two base hits Nunamaker, Calla
han. Home runs Melchior, Keenan.
Struck out By Royer, 4; by Lakaff,
2. Double play Royer to Snyder to
Melchior. Stolen bases Godwin,
Kohl, Vogel. Sacrifice hits Godwin,
Erwin. Left on bases Bloomington,
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STANDING OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Springfield 30 13 .698
Waterloo 27 22 .551
ROCK ISLAND 24 20 .545
Peoria 25 22 .532
Bloomington 24 22 .522
Davenport 20 27 .426
Dubuque v 18 30 .375
Danville 16 28 .364
W. L. Fct.
Chicago 33 16 .673
New York 29 21 .580
Pittsburg -24 22 .522
Cincinnati 25 24 .510
St. Louis ..24 27 .471
Brooklyn 23 . 27 .460
Philadelphia 21 26 .447
Boston IS 34 .346
W. L. Pet.
New York : 30 16 .652
Philadelphia 31 7 .646
Detroit 35 21 .625
Boston ...25 24 .510
Washington 23 29 .442
Cleveland 19 24 .442
Chicago 20 27 .426
St. Louis 13 37 .245
W. L. Pet.
Minneapolis 44 19 .698
Toledo '. 38 23 .625
St. Paul 3S 24 .613
Indianapolis ..28 34 .452
Milwaukee 24 34 .414
Columbus 24 35 .407
Kansas City 22 33 .400
Louisville 23 39 .371
Bloomington, 4; Rock Island, 2.
Danville, 1; Waterloo, 2 (10
Peoria. 6; Davenport, 2.
Springfield, 10; Dubuque, 4.
Chicago, 6; Cincinnati, 4.
Brooklyn, 4; New York, 1.
Philadelphia, 5; Boston, 2.
St. Louis, 3; Pittsburg, 5.
Cleveland, 0; Chicago, 1. '
Detroit, 2; St. Louis, 4.
St. Paul, 3; Louisville, 5 (11 In
nings). Milwaukee, 3; Toledo, 0.
Kansas City, 9; Columbus, 5.
Minneapolis, S; Indianapolis, 2.
Des Moines, 2; Wichita, 7.
Omaha, 3; Topeka, 6.
Sioux City, 11; St. Joseph, 10.
Lincoln, 5; Denver, 3.
Grand Rapids. 1; Zanesville, 2.
Dayton, 2; Evansville, 1.
Fort Wayne, 10; Terre Haute, 4.
South Bend, 4; Wheeling, 5 (10 in
nings). CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Ottumwa, 11; Hannibal, 7.
Burlington, 2; Quincy, 3.
Galesburg, 1; Keokuk, 2.
Kewanee, 2; Monmouth, 6.
Freeport, 0; Muscatine, 9 (forfeited).
Elgin. 10; Clinton. 1.
Kankakee, 9; Jacksonville, 0 (for
feited). Joliet, 8; Decatur, 10.
Rockford, 5; Fond du Lac, 2.
Aurora, 2; Greon Bay, 3.
Racine, 4; Oshkosh, 1.
Madison, 10; Appleton, 9.
Pekin, 4; Canton, 0.
Clinton, 3; Macomb, 4.
Lincoln, 6; Beardstown, 7,
FAT MEN'S TEAM TO
PLAY HERE MONDAY
'Baby" Bliss at Head of Unique Or
ganization to Cross Bats
What Is claimed to be the biggest
and heaviest baseball team ever rec
ruited will appear in Rock Island
next Monday, playing a game with a
nine representing the local aerie of
Eagles. The contest will take place
at Island City park. Lou Tate, in
advance of the heavyweight aggrega
tion, arrived today to complete ar
rangements for the visit of his team.
The weights of the players range
from 650 pounds to 325 pounds and
the aggregate of the nine is 3,715
pounds. "Baby Bliss," the first base-
i men. is the largest man in the world.
In contrast with him is Umpire Kim
ball, the smallest arbiter of the na
tional game, who is four feet tall.
In the team are E. J. Sheean, Cler
mont, Iowa, shortstop, 390 pounds;
C. P. Van Luven of Osage, catcher,
425 pounds; F. C. Knee of Water
loo, manager and outfielder, 450
pounds; "Baby" Bliss of Blooming-1
toir, 111., first baseman, 650 pounds;
J. A. Brownell of Manchester, Iowa,
second base, 4 00 pounds; Harry
Vorwold of Dubuque, outfielder, 325
pounds: W. B. Hinds of Monmouth,
111., third base, 400 pounds; E. Holm
of Frankville, Iowa, pitcher, 350
pounds; Oliver Kimball of Chicago,
umpire 139 pounds; Frank Hint of
Wolbach, Neb., outfielder, 325
EXPECT BIG CROWD
Many Attractions for Fans at
Island City Park Friday
, Afternoon .
WATERLOO OPPOSING TEAM
Close Fight for Position Another, and
' Presence of Many Baseball
Notables Helps, Too.
President Warren H. Reck of the
Rock Island Baseball association is
well pleased with the outlook for a
large crowd at the park Friday after
noon when the pennant proclaiming
the Islanders champions of the Three
Eye league will be unfruled. In the
first place, it is ladies' day and there
ought to be hundreds of them take
advantage of that fact. The club has
neglected to notify the ladies thus far
of the privileges which are extended
to them and the result is that they
have been somewhat backward in put
ting in an appearance, but they need
not be, as every lady is welcome at
the park at any time and especially
so on Tuesdays and Fridays, at which
time they are admitted free of charge.
In addition to this, the president has
received assurances from tne heads
of several of the factories in the city
that the places will be closed Friday
In order to allow the men to attend
the ceremonies and assist in making
it an occasion long to be remembered.
ISnMeball Bdk Ban-.
On the last day which was set for thfc
pennant raising nearly all the larger
shops in the city closed their doors,
as much because they had to as be
cause they wanted to. Nearly every
man in the shop found a reason for
wanting to lay off and the result was
that there were hardly enough men
left to do any work. The heads of the
I shops took it good naturedly and de
i clared a holiday and if the baseball
bugs bite the men as hard this time
as they did last the shops may be
closed up again.
Several of the larger office build
ings in the city have evinced a desire
to close up during the afternoon in
order to let the clerks attend the game
and the indications are -that there will
Pitcher Middleton has been recalled
from Decatur by Spftngfield.
Bloomington is in a nice frame cf
mind , to begin the tussle with Daven
Catcher Coveney whom Davenport
has released, was a high priced man.
He hit only .131 in 27 games.
Peoria has sent a telegram urging
Joe Hovlik to hurry on from Washing
ton to be on hand to go in against the
Pitcher Walsh of Bloomington was
robbed of his prayer book by a sneak
thief the other day. He also lost his
watch and roll by the same agency.
Outfielder Diebolt, who was once
given a trial by Rock Island, has been
released by Bloomington. He started
out well but found the pace too fast.
Catcher Harrington of Waterloo has
been suspended indefinitely by Presi
dent Tearney for throwing a ball at
Umpire Carruthers at Bloomington
Clinton has released Manager Mam
men, formerly of the Sterling Infants,
for going on a spree while on the road,
and Vice President Kehoe has the club
in charge for the time being.
James Bannon of New York is a
new umpire in the Three-Eye. He and
Con Daly succeed White and Genins.
This indicates that President Tearney
has finally harked to the wail and
is trying to muffle it.
Secretary Hayes of the Davenport
club noticed that Nadeau of the Joliet
club made three hits Sunday and im
mediate steps were taken to get
him. No player who makes two or
three hits in a game can consider
Dow Vandine figured in a rumpus
that resulted in forfeiting the game
to Kankakee by Jacksonville yester
day. Van was on second and Man
ager Rowland ordered him out of the
game, sending Syfert to take his
place. He was touched with the ball
and the umpire called him out. Row
Davenport has been awarded First
Basemen Bunn, late of the Univer
sity of Illinois, but recently playing
with Madison. The Wisconsin club
does not seem to be in mourning over
the verdict of Secretary Farrell and
it is possible that Bunn may not be
Ordered to report to Davenport. The
errand on which Boss Shaffer went
to Decatur the other day has come
to light. He tried to get Catcher
Hartley, but a price of $1,200 was
set, on the youngster and there was
President Burton of the Northern
association is kept traveling these
days bracing up the weak members.
He paid a visit to Joliet yesterday
and arranged to pay the players half
of what is due them, the city retain
ing its franchise for the time being.
While he was doing this the Free
port team refused to take the field
against Muscatine because of failure
of the ghost to walk and the game
was forfeited. Sterling citizens are
trying to raise a fund to take over
be a record weekday crowd at the pen
Auk for Carrutbera.
The local management has requested
President A. R. Tearney to assign Um
pire Bobby Carruthers to do the Indi
cator work for the day. Two reasons
were given the league executive in
asking this favor. The first was that
the indications are that Waterloo and
Rock Islarid will be fighting tooth and
nail for second place and the second
Is that it will please the fans to have
a competent man like Carruthers on
the job. No word has been received
from the president in reply to the re
quest, but it is felt that he will grant
It if it is possible.
. Mr. Reck Is receiving a number of
replies to the invitations he has sent
out and they are for the most part ac
ceptances. It seems assured that the
entire Chicago contingent of basebaii
notables, including Comiskey of the
White Sox, Murphy of the Cubs, Presi
dent Tearney of the Three-Eye league,
Tip O'Neil of the Western league and
several others will be on hand to take
part in the ceremonies.
LOWERS RECORD ON
Jack Eldredge Travels on Foot from
1 Boston to San I'raneisco in
San Francisco, June 21. Lower
ing all records for the walk across
the continent. Jack Eldredge, a youth
of 26, arrived here yesterday after
covering 4,000 miles in 77 days.
Eldredge's performance won him
a purse of $2,000 offered by the
Boston Athletic club for anyone cov
ering the 4.000 mile Jaunt within. 100
days. The standing American record
for the distance had been held by
Edward Payson Weston, who walked
the 4,000 miles in 103 days last year.
Eldredge left Boston niarch 15.
The 77 days in which he covered the
distance were walking days, as he
rested on Sunday.
. Eldredge reached the west after
passing through Albany, Buffalo,
Chicago, Des Moines, Omaha, Chey
enne, Ogden and Reno. His longest
single day walk was accomplished a
week ago last Wednesday, when he
covered 75 miles.
Eldredge is a resident of Camden,
N. J., where he is connected with the
Y. M. C. A. -
one of the franchises. Anybody want
the other? ' ,
Manager Jack McCarthy of Danville
is back from an unsuccessful scouting
trip. He says the Three-Eye is a fast
aggregation and players who can keep
the pace here are exceedingly hard to
pick up. McCarthy's team is handi
capped by an injury to Fisher, who is
playing against the advice of his pny
sician, and by Pitfher Guerney's being
out of the game on account of a split
HIT BY AN AUTOMOBILE
Peter Jonassen Victim of a Collision
on the Viaduct.
Peter Jonassen, 1132 Fo'i-teenth-and-a-half
street, while riling to
Davenport on his bicycle ye3i.erdHy,
was overtaken by an automobile on
the Twenty-fourth street viaduct. He
was thrown from his wheel, and was
unconscious when picked up. Ho was
removed to his-home and a physician
called to attend him. He sustained
cuts In the face and bruises in his
body, though none is of a serious nat
ure. Mr. Jonassen is employed by
the Davenport Tailoring company, '.u
Davenport, and was on his wiy to
a is work when the accident ociirreu.
Brannigan Outpoints Attell.
Pittsburg, June 21. Mor.te Attell
of San Francisco and Patsey Branni
gan of this city fought a fierce six
round fight to a draw here last night.
Local fight fans give Brannigan a
shade the better of the bout.
M. W. A. Excursion July 1.
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First Bound Spells Defeat of
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PINNANCE IS GIVEN HIS
Heavy Hitting Gives Springfield Vic
tory Over Dubuque Two Three
Baggers by Johnson.
Peoria, 111., June 21. Peoria batted
out a victory over Davenport, 6 to 2,
in the first inning yesterday. Score:
DAVENPORT. . R. H. P. A. B.
Ohland, cf 1 2 3 0 0
Nye, ss 0 1 3 3 0
Geyer, rf 0 12 0 0
Foutz, If 0 0 1- 0 0
Hickman, 2b 1 1 0 3 1
Cooiey, 3b 0 0 1 0 0
Mason, c 0 .1 2 2 0
Shaffer, lb 0 2 12 0 0
Pinnance, p 0 0 0 1 0
Nelson, p 0 0 0 3 0
Total 2 8 24 12 1
Meyers, 3b 0 0
Moore, 2b 2 0 3 4
Gilbert, lb 1 1 14 0
Johnson, If 1 0 4 0
Smith, S3 1 3 2 2
Biltz, cf 1 10 0
Cuthbert, rf 0 0 1 0
Asmussen, c 0 1 3 0
Cook, p 0 0 0 2
Total 6 6 27 12 1
Davenport 100 00 1000 2
Peoria 4 0010010 6
Stolen bases Moore (2), Gilbert,
Ohland. Two base hit Biltz. Three
base hits Hickman, Smith. Struck
out By Nelson, 1; by Cook, 1. Bases
on balls Off Pinnance, 2; off Nelson,
4; off Cook, 3. Umpire Eckman.
(irrnt Illttlns; at Springfield.
Springfield, 111., June 21. Springfield
won a great slugging match from Du
buque, 10 to 4. "Hickory" Johnson,
who made two home runs Sunday,
drove out two three-base hits yester
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Lofton, cf 1 0 2 0
Shaller, If 1 0 1 0 0
Chapman, rf 2 1 0 0 0
Johnson, c 2 4 2 2 0
Steiger, lb 1 1 12 0 1
Bell, 2b 2 2 2 2 0
Blausser, ss 1 2 5 1 1
McGuire, 3b 0 1 1 0 0
Willis, p 0 0 0 30
Total 10 11 27 10 2
DUBUQUE. ' R. H. P. A. E.
H. Darrlnger, cf 1 2 1 0 0
Taylor, If . 1 1 1 0 1
Bewer, 3b 0-3 2 1 0
Ronan, 2b 0 2 1 0 2
Buelow, lb 0 19 0 2
R. Darringer, ss 0 1 3 1 1
Boucher, c 0 0 6 1 0
Ferrias, rf 1 1 0 0 0
Miller, p 1 0 0 3 0
Total 4 1123 6 6
Shaller out for interference. '
Springfield 4 0 00 0 0 60 10
Dubuque 0000200 0 2 4
Stolen bases Lofton, Chapman.
Blausser, Ronan. Two Dase hits Bell
(2), R. Darringer. Tnree base hits,
Johnson (2). Struck out By Mittsr.
4; by Willis, 2. Bases on balls Off
Miller, 3; off Willis, 3. Umpire Car
ruthers. Waterloo M'lnn In Tenth.
Danville, 111.,, June 21. Waterloo
beat the locals, 2 to 1, in 10 innings.
WATERLOO. R. H. A. E
Collins, If 0 0 2 0 1
Long, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Fremor, 2b 0 0 2 0 0
Boiler, lb 1 1 16 1 0
Reidy, cf 0 1 3 0 Q
Leard, ss l o 1 7 1
Wilkes, 3b , 0 1 2 1 0
Searlos. c 0 0 3 0 0
Clark, p 0 0 1 3 0
Total 2 3 30 12 2
DANVILLE. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Madigan, rf 1 l o 0 0
Magee, 2b 0, 0 3 0 0
Hsner, 3b 0 1 3 2 0
Burns, sp 0 1112
Staley, lb 0 1 4 0 0
Wolfe, c 0 0 8 0 0
Hildebrand, If 0 0 7 0 0
Sullivan, cf 0 1 4 1 1
Reynolds, p 0 0 0 3 0
Total 1 5 30 7 3
Waterloo 0000001 001 2
Danville 000000010 01
Two base hits Staley, Beiter,
Reidy, Fisher. Struck out By Clark,
2; by Reynolds, 7. Bases on balls
Off Clark, 2; off Reynolds, 2. Umpire
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night resigned as manager of the Lou
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Chicago Nationals, but has been play
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since. April 13. He will assume his
new duties immediately.
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