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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 26, 1910.
Islanders Fail to Swat and Are
Tumbled by Peoria in
ERRORS HELP IN RESULT
Cuthbert, If ... 0 0 1 0 0
Eiltz, cf 0 2 2 0 0
Fadrone, 2b .0 0 1 0 0
Smith, lb 1 1 13 0 .0
Meyers, 3b 0 0 3 3 0
Asmussen,-c .1 3 5 2 0
Cook, p 1 1 0 1 0
Queisser Lets Down in Third and
Fourth Innings When All the
Damage Is Done.
Rock island at Springfield,
Davenport at Danville.
Dubuque at Bloomington.
"Waterloo at Peoria.
Peoria, 111., Aug. 26. (Special).
Errors at critical times and Rock Is
land's Inability to hit Cook lost yes
terday's contest for tbe Islanders at
Lake View. Only 150 fans witnessed
the excellent performance put up by
Cook, who had the best control he has
shown this year. At no time during
the game did he get into a hole,
while the Distillers bunched hits on
Qulesser several times.
Aamassen Starts Trouble.
Asmussen started the scoring for the
locals when he beat out a swat to
Callahan. Cook followed with a bunt
and got away with it and the Distiller
catcher went to .. third, scoring on
Moore's long hit. Cook stole second
and tallied of Blitz's hit to short.
Moore added another run to the Peoria
score and the side was retired. In
the next session Peoria got one more
and then Quiesser shut down and held
Peoria to only a couple of scattered
RQCK ISLAND. R. H. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf 0 0 1 0 1
Davidson, If .. .0 1 2 0 0
Manusch, rf 0 0 0 0 0
O'Leary, c 0 0 6 4 1
Slattery, lb 0 0 7 0 0
Kelly, Sb 0 1 2 1 0
Snyder, ss 0 0 0 2 0
Vogel, 2b 0 0 5 3 0
Quiesser, p 0 0 1 3 1
'Stark .'. .0 0 0 0 0
Totals 4 8 27 11 0
Batted for Quiesser in ninth. ,
Rock Island 0 0000000 0 0
Peoria 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 4
Stolen bases Smith (2), Moore,
Padrone, Cook. Struck out By Cook,
4 ; by Quiesser, 5. Bases on balls
Off Cook, 1; off Quiesser, 3. Umpires
Conley and Eckman.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet,
Springfield 78 3G .C84
ROCK ISLAND 63 50 .558
Peoria 61 53 .535
Waterloo 60 4 .526
Bloomington 54 61 .470
Davenport 50 68 .424
Dubuque 47 68 .409
Danville 45 68 .398
Chicago 76 35
Pittsburg 67 43
New York 63 4G
Philadelphia 5,7 55
Cincinnati 5C 58
Brooklyn 44 68
St Louis 44 70
Boston 42 74
IS ILLINOIS HOPE
Three Iowans and Rock Island'
er Start in Championship
MOLINE IS ELIMINATED
C. A. Barnard Is Defeated by an 8
up 6 Predicted Middleton Will
lie in Finishing Round. '
W. L. . Pet,
Philadelphia 79 35 .633
Boston --68 48 .586
New York v 66 50 .569
Detroit 65 54 .560
Cleveland 50 64 .430
Washington 51 66 .436
Chicago 45 68 .39S
St. Louis 35 77 .312
Totals 0 2 24 13 3
PEORIA. R. II. P. A.E.
Moore, ss 1-1 2 5 0
Rowan, rf 0 0 0 0 0
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Minneapolis 80 44
Toledo 71 60
Kansas City 68 62
Columbus 63 65
St. Paul 71 61
Milwaukee 57 74
Indianapolis 55 75
Louisville 48 81
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Peoria, 4; Rock Island, 0.
Bloomington, 8; Davenport, 2.
Springfield, 2; Waterloo, 5.
Danville, 3. Dubuque, 4.
Chicago, 6; New York, 1.
Pittsburg, 4; Brooklyn, 3 (12 in
nings). St. Louis, 1; Boston, 2.
Cincinnati, 2; Philadelphia, 7.
New York, 8; Chicago, 4.
Washington, 2; Detroit, 3 (11 In
nings). Philadelphia, 6; St. Louis, 9.
Boston, 7; Cleveland, 4.
Columbus, 2; Minneapolis, 3.
Louisville, 6; Milwaukee, 2.
Toledo, 5; Kansas City, 4 (seven in
Indianapolis-St. Paxil, rain.
Des Moines, 6-5; St. Joseph, 7-7.
Sioux City, 2-S; Denver, 12-4.
Lincoln, 6;' Topeka, 0.
Clinton, 12; Lincoln, 6.
Pekin, 4; Canton, 3.
Evansville, 8; Wheeling, 3.
South Bend-Dayton, rain.
Terre Haute-Zanesville, rain.
Fort Wayne-Grand Rapids, rain.
Appleton, 6; Racine, 0.
Other games postponed, rain.
Kewanee, 3; Galesburg, 0.
Ottumwa, 8; Burlington, 0.
Hannibal, 2. Quincy, 3.
Monmouth, 1; Keokuk, 3.
SERGEANT CLARK FIRST
Indiana Officer Tops List in Individ
ual Rifle Match.
Camp Perry, Ohio, Aug. 26. The
national individual rifle match was
won yesterday by Sergeant Scott
Clark of Company D, 2d Indiana,
who led Captain Frederick H. Heid
enreich of the District of Columbia
by two points.
The military rifle championship of
the United States, which goes to the
contestant making the highest ag
gregate score in the president's and
the national individual matches was
won by Corporal George W. Farn
ham of the United States marine
corps, who scored 54 7. Corporal
Harry L. Adams, troop C, Fifteenth
cavalry, was second, wicn 546, and
Corporal W. A. Fragler of the ma
rine corps, third at 544.
The national pistol match was won
by Captain Jay Pearl of the coast ar
tillery corps, who scored 419.
q PE1MAMTLY HEALS
, SOSES & ULCE8S
Old sores remain open and chronic ulcers refuse- to heal because they ara
kept constantly irritated and infected by impurities in the blood. This im
purity of the circulation comes from various causes. A Ions spell of de
bilitating sickne33, which breeds disease germs in the system, the retention of
refuse matters of the body because of a sluggish condition of the eliminativa
members, a continued malarial state of health, inherited bad blood, etc., are us
ually responsible. But whatever the cause of the infected circulation, the sore
or ulcer CAKNOT heal until the blood is purified. S. S. S. heals sores and ulcers
in the very simplest way. It just goes into the circulation and removes the Im
purities and polluted matter which are the means of keeping tfca sore open; then
the soro is bound to heal. S. S. S. is tho finest of all blood purifiers, and not only
does it cleanse the circulation bul it add3 the necessary healing qualities to the
blood, and in this way assists nature to quickly cure sores and ulcers. Salves,
vashes, lotions, etc., can do no permanent good toward healing an old soro because
such treatment does not reach the blood. These external applications may be
toothing and cleansing, but the healing must begin at the bottom, and this is juBt
what S. S. 3. doe3 by first purifying the blood, and then furnishing nourishment
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TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC? CO- ATT.AVT ox
This afternoon tbe semi-finals in the
men's championship of Rock Island
Arsenal Golf club are being played at
the arsenal links. But four players re
main in each flight. As the match
nears an end the play is more even be
tween the contestants, and as a result
the gallery following the players is in
L. W. Mitchell played a good game
yesterday, making the course in 78 and
defeating C. A. Barnard handily, 8 up
6. The Rock Islander had the best of
it all the way, and at no time was the
contest in favor of the Moline man.
By the defeat of Mr. Barnard, Moline
is left without a representative in the
championship flight. Dr. Louis Ostrom
of Rock Island was defeated by E. S.
Mueller of Davenport.
Lome Rock Islander.
Mr. Mitchell alone represents Rock
Island in the fight for first honors,
while Davenport's end of it is upheld
by three players. Davenport also
makes up the majority in the next two
flights and has two men in the F. G.
Allen cup flight. O. H. Seiffert is the
only Moliner left in the fight for the
regular cups. He won from Dr. A. H.
McCandless yesterday in a close match,
2 up 1, and thereby spoiled Rock Is
land's chance of carrying off honors in
the class B flight. In the class C flight
H. G. Copp defeated the only Moline
man left in the race, W. L. Velie, Jr.,
by a 3 up 2 score. Mr. Copp is the only
contestant in the flight who does not
hail from Davenport. Even though the
Davenporters have it on Rock Island
and Moline in numbers, It is not ex
pected that they will carry oft all
Summaries for Yesterday.
The results yesterday were as fol
lows: CLASS A (CHAMPIONSHIP) CUP.
L. W. Mitchell defeated C. A. Bar
nard, 8 up 6.
E. C. Mueller defeated Louis Ostrom,
3 up 2.
W. D. Middleton defeated H. J.
Schmidt, 2 up 1.
W. C. Chambers defeated G. D.
French, 3 up 2.
C, B. Schmidt defeated A. L. Moore,
7 up 6.
O. H. Seiffert defeated A. H. Mc
Candless, 2 up 1.
Henry Vollmer defeated D. M. King,
Nathaniel French defeated E. S. John
son, 7 up 6.
CLASS-C (CONSOLATION) CUP.
W. J. McCullough won by default of
G. L. Eyster.
H. G. Pape defeated F. D. Letts, 7
H. G. Copp defeated W. L. Velie, Jr.,
3 up 2.
V. L. Littig defeated W. B. Stark, 6
F. G. ALLEN CUP.
Harry Ainsworth defeated F. G. Al
len, 4 up 3.
C. E Schlegel defeated C. P. Skinner,
4 up 3.
J. D. Cady won by default of J. P.
G. M. Bechtel defeated E. D. Brick-
er, 1 up.
Pairings for Today.
The pairings for this afternoon are as
L. W. Mitchell and E. C. Mueller.
W. D. Middleton and W. C. Cham
C. B. Schmidt and O. H. Seiffert.
Henry Vollmer and Nathaniel French.
W. J. McCullough and H. G. Pape.
H. G. Copp and V. L. Littig.
F. G. ALLEN CUP.
Harry Ainsworth and C. E. Schlegel.
J. D. Cady and G. M. Bechtel.
Heard on the Links.
There were no great surprises in the
second day's play. Only one favorite
was beaten in the championship classs
Walter Chambers winning from G.
Decker French, 3 and 2. Decker was
looked upon as a sure semi-finalist.
That's the kind of a game golf is.
W. L. Velie, Jr., lost to H. G. Copp.
Willard was leading most of the way
going out, but at the turn he found the
gale a little too strong for him, and
lost the match, 3 and 2. Ye cham
pions, beware! for this youngster is ii
One Rock Island player and three
Davenporters are left to play for the
championship, and Davenport had bet
ter keep a good eye on Leon Mitchell.
Yesterday this same Leon made the
course in 78. In doing so he put the
lights out as far as Moline is concern
ed. C. A. Barnard was the victim.
Rock Island's dark horse found the
pace that E. C. Mueller set him a little
too fast. The doctor certainly wa9
nervous, missing all kinds of short
putts. Cheer up, doctor; you have only
played the game two years, and this
was 3'our first experience against the
best. You certainly have some credit
coming. There are other years to win
Hugo Schmidt, the surprise package
in the first round, when he defeated J.
D. Cady, lost to Champion Middleton,
2 and 1, after a hard struggle. The
I champion played a good game, but he
short putts instead of missing them.
Walter Chambers may give him a les
son in putting. .' ..
Hard luck still follows the losers.
Oh, you missing, short putts and sty
mies! Caddies are still at it. Moline'g fa
vorite, A. Anderson, looks like a winner.
IN RECORD RAGE
Minor Heir Beats Hedgewood
Boy at Galesburg in 2
MARK WAS NEVER EQUALED
Spectacular Contest Feature of
Good Program Given Before
. a Big Crowd.
Galesburg, 111., Aug. 26. A new'
world's pacing record, in a race, of
2:00 was set yesterday by Minor Heir
in a special race at the Great Western
Circuit harness meet, A brisk breeze
was blowing and the weather was un
seasonably cool during the race In
which M. L. Hersey of Savage, Minn.,
drove Minor Heir to victory against
Hedgewood Boy. The fastest quarter,
the third, was covered in 29 seconds.
The previous record of 2:00l6 was
held jointly by Minor Heir and Star
Pointer. Hersey drove Dan Patch
when that animal paced a mile against
time in 1:55, but he declared that yes
terday's drive was the greatest that he
ever had made, everything considered.
He asserted that the wind made the
track two seconds slow and that the
temperature was too low for the best
Sold Horse for So,000.
J. B. Ewing of Roseville, 111., breeder
cf Minor Heir, a bay horse, by Heir-at-Law.
saw yesterday's race. Ewing
sold the record-breaker about two
years ago for less than $5,000. As a 2-year-old
Minor Heir soon made a phe
nomenal record. He was purchased a
year ago last February for $45,000 from
P. C. Isaacs of Johnstown, Pa., by M.
H. Savage of Minnesota.
In addition to the special race be
tween Minor Heir and Hedgewood
Boy a good card of regular trots and
paces was presented to an unusually
Rock Island's Greatest Shirt Sale
Our sale of high grade $1.50 and
$2.00 shirts will last all day to
Supply your shirt needs for
months to come at our sale price.
What is left of our young men's
suits values up to $15.00 now $5
Suit values to $20 now $7.50
Fancy mxied values up to $25
READY FOR BATTLE
News From Camp of Enemy Indi
cates Local Rluecoats Will
Have to Go Some.
Davenport Democrat: Something like
15 of the faithful performers of the
Davenport police force under the eagle
eye of Detective John Kinney as man
ager cavorted gaily on the sward at
the ball park Wednesday afternoon
while an aggregation of local ama
teurs were kept on 'the qui vive dur
ing six innings of pill chasing by the
bluecoats. The reault of the affray
was not officially tabulated owing to
the secrecy which is being maintained
in the preliminary skirmishes by the
local contingent. The cors are pre
pared for a battle royal with the op
position from across the creek and
expect to retaliate for the defeat which
was handed out last year to the local
team. The game is to be played in
Rock Island Sunday afternoon.
On the firing line, according to the
present indications, are several nota
bles in the great game. The array
of coppers et al who will battle with
the Islanders next Sabbath will look
something like this: Crumpton, c;
Heeney, p; Flannery. lb; Kinney, 2b;
Sanford, 3b; Roddewig, ss; Henzen, cf;
Cook, If; and Dahlquist, rf. The first
assistants will be Waack, Cannon, Car
roll, Soehren and House, all of whom
will be given an opportunity to per
form for the edification of tbe park
A BIG SHOOT FOR ORION
Gun Club Gets 30 Barrels of Clay
Targets for Sept. 12-13.
Orion, 111., Aug. 2G. Thirty barrels
of clay birds have been receil in
Orion for the sportsmen to use Sept.
12 and 13, .at the tournament which
will be given by the Orion Gun club.
ONE TO WATERLO
Heavy Hitting by Visitors Re
sponsible for the Downfall
TAILENDERS FIGHT HARD
Dubuque and Danville Struggle
Gale, Former Winning Dav
enport Again Bumped.
Springfield. 111., Aug. 2C. Heavy hit
ting by Waterloo and Springfield's er
rors gave Waterloo the game yester
day, 5 to 2. Score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Lofton, cf ...1 1 2 0 0
Schaller, If 0 0 2 2 0
Smith, lb 1 1 11 1 0
Johnson, c i 0 13 0 1
Dubenic, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Bell, 2b 0 1 2 2 1
Blausser, ss 0 1 5 10 0
McGuire, 3b 0 0 2 2 2
Daly, p 0 0 0 1 0
Schroeder, p .0 1 0 1 1
Totals 2 6
WATTRLOO. R. H
Collins, If 1 2
Long, rf 0 0
Fremer, 2b 0 0
Harrington, c 0
Reidy, cf 2
Leard, ss 1
Wilkes, 3b 1
Belter, lb 0
Henricks, p 0 0
27 19 5
P. A. E.
3 0 0
wind, almost a gale, was responsible
for a poor showing by both teams yes
terday. Danville started a batting rally
in the ninth, but with the banes fuil.
Parkins was taken out, Faber retiring
the side easily. Duffy pitched great
ball, but his support was ragged.
Taylor, If .
H. Darringer, cf
R. Da r ringer, ss
Eoueher, c ....
Lerchen, lb ...
Kelly, rf ......
hits Nadeau. Roudebush. Home run
Chapman. Struck out I5y Smith, 1;
by Davidson, 2. Bases on balls O 1
Smith, 2; off Davidson, 3. Umpire
FOUR LEFT FOR THE CUF
Totals 4 S
DANVILLE. R. II
Kaylor, cf 0 3
McGee, 21 0 0
Fisher, ss 1
Staley, lb 0
Hopkins, rf 1
Burns, If 1
Wolfs, c 0
Ingalls, 3b 0
Duffy, p 0
Benz, p 0
A. E. Interesting Contest in Semi-Final;; al
0 1 1 the OnwenVi! Jolf Club.
4 o Chicago. Aug. 2G. Paul HuntT ol
0 ojthe Midlothian club, former California
2 1 ' champion, and George McConnell ot
3 lithe Edgewater club, met today in th?
3 0 : semi final round for the Mayflower r ip,
0 olthe main prize of the annual invitatto'i
0 ' 0 1 golf tournament of the On went ila club.
2 1 The other match was between Charli-s
Evans, Jr., of Edgr-wat r, former wt'tt
11 4jern champion, and Kenneth P. Eu
A E J wards of Midlothian.
0 Life on Panama Canal
2 1 to o r.n si frifrtitfnl ?r?l urha rti i.
tlaria trouble that has brought suff r
! ii.g and doath to thousands. The germs
'. cause chills, fever and aue, bilious
'i'ess. Jaundice, lassitude, weakness nni
i general debility. But Eh ctric Bitters
rever fail to destroy them and cure
Totals 5 11 27 S
Springfield 20000000 0-
Totals 3 11 27 5 2
Dubuque 0 0001101 1 i
Danville 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Stclen bases Taylor, Kelly, Tishr
Two-base hit Hopkins. Three-base
hit Hopkins. Struck out By Tar-
i kins. 3; by Faber, 1; by Duffy, 12.
Bases on balls Off Parkins, 2; off
Duffy, 1. Umpire Carruthers.
Bloomer Pound Smith Hard.
Bloomington, 111., Aug. 20. Bloom
ington knocked Smith to all corners
of the lot, getting 17 safa ones. Daviu
son was in good form. Chapman's
home run was a feature. Score:
malaria trouble. "Three bottles com
p!etely cured me of a very severe at
tack of malaria." writes William A.
Fretwell of Lucarr.a, N. C, "and I've
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1 1 0 0 05 I BLOOMINGTON.
Waterloo 0 1 0
Stolen bases Lofton (2), Johnson, Madigan, rf 0
McGuire. Two-base hits Johnson. Keenan, 3b 0
Belter. Three-base hits Bell, Schroe
der. Struct; out By Daly, 1; by Hen
dricks, . Bases on balals Off Daly. 1;
off Schroeder, 1; off Hendricks, 4. Um
Play In Itiir Gale.
Danville, 111.. Aug. 2G. A cold, raw
RADIATED FROM THE DIAMOND
had better be- careful and bole his
Davidson and Kelley were the hit
ting kids yesterday. One apiece.
St. Paul has released Catcher Elmer
Pierce and sold Pitcher Orville Kilroy
to Sioux City.
Pitcher Kroh, who deserted the Chi
cago Cubs recently, has been released
to Louisville, which gets about every
thing that is turned loose these days.
Murphy of Philadelphia made a
homer, triple, double and two singles
in five times to the plate against St.
Louis yesterday, equaling the season's
record and yet his team lost.
Bloomington Pan tagraph: The Bloom
er fans turned out strongly yesterday
considering the frigid weather condi
tions and possible rain. That 35,000
mark may be reached if the fans keep
up their patronage. v
Springfield News: It looks as if
Daly, the youth who last year literally
singed the league with his antics, is
about all in as a pitcher. Dick Smith
has given the twlrler several trials but
he doesn't seem to have the same old
dope on the ball.
Bloomington Bulletin: The crowd
got after Claude Stark yesterday. But
they would have to go some to outwit
our old friend Claude. Callahan
made a great one-handed stab off Mel
chior's bat In the ninth. It robbed
Melch of a sure triple.
Rochester, in the Minny league, ha3
been compelled to get permission from
the president of the circuit to play
games away from home in their home
uniforms, because one of the players,
to get even after being discharged,
stole the road uniforms and sold them.
Peoria, with but 27,000 attendance
for the season, and but 11 more games
at home, is pulling desperately to
reach the limit. Next Thursday is to
be made booster day. Padrone, the i
new Cuban secpnd sacker, is being ad
vertised as a fhow all alone worth a
quarter Comparatively few Peorians
have seen him, it appears.
It is said that the Chicago White
Sox have exercised their option on
Manager Dave Rowan of Peoria, ir
Peoria were a better ball town thi3:
might be considered hard ' luck for j
Dave, inasmuch as he is not only man-
ager, but the principal owner of tho
team. Under the circumstances, how-;
ever, he may feel inclined to try for
a job in faster company, even if it be I
in the ranks. i
Godwin. If 3
Roudebush, 2b 2
Nunamaker, c 1
Melchoir, lb 0
Long, cf 1
Staten. ss 1
Davidson, p 0
OOOOOOCXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 0 p
Winter Sports I
when you vlfit
coolly proceed to
Totals S 17 27
DAVENPORT. R. 11. P.
Ohland, cf I 0 0 5
Darringer, 3b '. ....0 1 1
Nadeau. If 0 2 C
Holycross, rf 0 1 1
Foutz, lb 0 0 7
Hickman, 2b 0 1 1
Chapman, ss '. 1 1 1
Ccleman, c .....0. 1 1
Smith, p 1 1 0
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Totals 2 8 24
Bloomington ...1 0 1 0 2 0 3 1 8 ! Q
Davenport V.O 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 j Q
Stolen bases Long. Roudebush. i o
Two-base hit Colemtn. Three-base
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