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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911.
ONF BAD INNING
LOSES THE GAME
o White Sox Win in
Yesterday's Contest With
out Working: Hard.
F'JNAL COUNT IS 6 TO 1
Four of Victors' Tallies Are Made in
Second Inning on Ttiree Walks
and a Lone Hit.
Will Toss Ball From Box in Grand
stand at Xew Park at Wash
Ochs, rf. .
Stevens, cf 3
Slattery, lb 4
Vogel. 2b 4
Kelly. 3b. .
Jordan, c .
One bad inning in yesterday's
game in which Walter Queisser walk
ed one man, hit two others and al
lowed two singles, enabled the White
Sox to carry off the long end of a
score by a far larger margin than
was their due. Except for the sec
ond inning, when the youngsters
from the big league got four runs,
the game was pretty evenly contest
ed, and Bill Carney's men showed up
to good advantage alongside their
famed and highly touted opponents.
The final score was 6 to 1. Queis
ser twirled five innings and Roy
Whiteside, the young Moliner, per
formed during the remaining four.
"Whitey" got away in fine shape, al
lowing but one of the six runs which
were made. For the visitors, Olm-
steaa pitcnea tne nrst seven rounds Messenger If
and Farthing ended up. Johnston. 2b
RlN are iSKRtED. ! Corhan, 63.
Of the four runs which the Chi-Collins, lb.
cago team made in the second in- i Bodie, cf.
ning, not one was earned. Collins i Meloan, rf.
took four wide ones and ambled.
Bodie let a fast one touch his sleeve
and he, too, went down. It looked
so easy that Meloan followed suit
and let one glance off hiB ribs, and
the bases were filled. Tannehill thn
poked one between Kelly and Woods
and two men counted, Tannehill go
ing to second. whn Hunter let the
one to the back fence for a pair of TACT lill I flPFN
sacks and after reaching third on J 1 " WILl. UlCIl
Meioans out at first, crossed the; BASEBALL SEASON
pan on lannemus en into leit ceiu.
The sixth and last of the visitors'
runs was made off Whiteside in the
seventh inning. Block singled and
was out at second when Olmstead
grounded to Vogel. Messenger skied
to Woods and then Johnston lined
one oct to the far corner of the lot
for three sacks and Olmstead scored.
ISLANDERS EARN OSE.
The lone score made by the local
team was a hard earned one, three
hits being utilized in putting it
over. It came in the fifth inning.
Kelly singled to left and was forced
at second. Woods heing safe at first
on his grounder to Corhan. Jordon
walked and Queisser filled the bases
with a hit behind first. Hunter lin
ed one Into left field and Woods tal
lied, but Ochs and Stevens were easy
! outs, and the run getting was over.
ROCK ISLAND A.B. R
Washington. April 11. President
Taft will open the baseball season to
morrow by tossing a ball from his box
in the New American league park
grand stand here for the game be
tween the Boston and Washington
Jordan. Time of game 1:30. I'm
Totals 31 1 5 27 16 1
WHITE SOX A.B. R. H
NOTES OF THE GAME
Farthing, p. .
Well, it might have been worse.
Last year the score was 12 to f.
Farthing, who pitched the final two
1 0 innings for the visitors, certainly
0 0 seemed to have something. The Ia-
0 0 landers couldn't hit the ball out of the
4 0 diamond. Olmstead is really the bet-
3 1 her man, but he was not so lucky as
3 0 his successor.
1 0 Freddie Ochs played right in place
2 0 ,of Manager Carney and his rapid Seld-
2 0 tne of Messenger's drive in the fifth
was the feature of the game. Ordinar
ily it was a three-base hit, but the Sox.
P. A. E. 'neet as lie is, was nipi)ea mceiy at
1 o 0ltniri y a throw from Ochs to Vogel
6 3 i ! and from Vogel to Kelly.
3 i i J After all, those Sex wonders don't
9 i ojseem to be so far above the class
1 o 0 1 that we 6ee here. Paul Meloan has
0 0 1 inot improved any, and he was the sea-
1 3 nidation of the Sox team last year. He
5 2 0 got in his usual bobble by looMshly
1 4 o throwing the ball over the first base
0 o o1 man's head in the Crst inning when
jOchs hit safely into rii;ht.
Island fans for roasting Paul Meloan.
The truth Is that the blame lies not
with the crowd, but with the visiting
players, who, like the rookies that
they are, repeatedly hurled verbal de
fiance at the spectators. Ball players
who know their business do not in
dulge in this sort of thing and if these
aspirants for big league jobs desire
to make good they had better cut it
Elmer Engman, Ernest Larson and
Art Mason went from here yesterday
to report for a trial with Claude Stark's
team at Monmouth. Monmouth is
playing at Aledo with William and
Vashti college today, and Thursday and
Friday the Islanders will have a team
at Monmouth, if the weather favors.
If This is
14 3! The Islanders made a prettj- double
I play in the fourth inning which retired ! games will be arranged
Score bv innings
Rock Island 00001000 0 l;ir,e Lhicagoan when tfifv seemed aoout ' future. If possible,
White Sox "" 04010010 0 C i to add to their strinK of tallies. Tanne- j arrange to take the
mu was on seono ana miock on nrsc turn game with
when Olmstead hit to VokcI. Ottoi
sccoped it-and threw to Woods and
ball pliD out of h's hard. Jordon.
who was catching, let one get by him ' Summary Two-base hits Bodie j
at this time, and Meloan counted. ' Messenger. Three base hits John j
Block followed with a drive to deep stnn. Double plays Queissr-Slat-j
j t Liu a - torv VnolAVnnrts.S!oltcrr' Tjnno. "' ' ' "
.reuiei "uu muiifiuu ..-.mpu Bun . .v... , ----- slattery in time to nail the runner at
MevpnB naa caugnt it. uimpieaa camf , iuh-juhhoiuu. Doors uana ""igj-et
in with the second htt or the inning, wuiesser, i: w nuesiae. i; on uim
but was doubled at first when Mes-J stead. 1. Hit by pitched ball Hun
senppr popped up to Que;pper. ! tr, Bodie, Mclean. Struck out By
get two more. Queisser, 1; Whiteside, 1; by Olm-
In the fourth inning Bodie nailed ' stead, 3; Farthing, 2. Passed ball
HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE
Coach Harmon Arranges Series of
Games for His Team.
Coach Merle . S. Harmon, who is
acting as manager of the Rock Is-1
land high school baseball team, in
the absence of a student manager,
announced a partial schedule as fol
lows: Saturday, April 15 Alumni at
Saturday. April 22. Sterling at
Wednesday, April 26 St. Am
brose at Davenport.
Saturday, April 29 Clinton at
Wednesday, May 3. St. Ambrose
at Rock Island.
Wednesday, May 24 St. Ambrose
Saturday. May 27 Clinton at
Saturday, June 3. Princeton at
Mr. Harmon stated that there j
would be two games with the team
from Maquoketa, one on each :
grounds, and that the Northwestern
university academy team would play ,
a game here. The dates for these !
in the near i
the coach will
te;im for a re-'
Northwestern acad- .
emy. playing games wnn tne men
school teams of "Morgan Park.
notes the A
One the flat, sad, sickly looking one was baked with poor baking powder
possibly the high-priced kind possibly the cheap, big can kind. It denotes
lack of leavening gas, or an uneven distribution of same or both. The other
large, light, fluffy one was prepared with Calumet Baking Powder, and de
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That it is absolutely pure and of highest quality is proven by the fact that
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Food Exposition, Chicago, 1907 yCM
l laurr, o.v a vayiw uiru, 11 tor Aurora, .ioiipi or oilier lowns on xiu'
wav. The coach also stated that the
Players Trying Out in Three-Eye
I Pat O'Keefe, welterweight
! piou of Ireland, on points.
Snapper Kennedy is Faid to he dick-
j ering for the Bloomington franchise.
Things You Need
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I Pitcher Dixon, after reporting fror;
; Sioux City to Danville, has gotten cold
I feet and returned home.
i ito K IM.A mi Catchers, Custer, Ja
cobsen, Jordan, Minger; pitchers. La
! kaff, M'asner, D"l'er, O'Connell, Hick-
ey, Coniingor, Hush. Queisser, OkUer,
Itutenbeck. Whiteside; first base, Slat-
-,-..., i,,.,v t m,.m vrntt Tn-!'': second base. Vogel; shortstop,
players' suits were ready.
THOMPSON IN CONDITION
Jack Thierv. the sorrel ten outfield-1
er, has about closed terms to manage
the Champaign-I'roaua team in the
morrow in Davenport.
"Cyclone Tommy" Thompson, the
Iowa wrestler, will be on hand for his
match with Adoiph Ernst at the Bur
t is opera house. Davenport, tomorrow
night. This will be assuring news for
ithe grappling fans who feared that
Tommy had been seriously injured in
his fall durir.s the Sporrey match in
Snvder, Woods; third base. Kelly; out
field, Hunter, Ochs, Lovell, Stevens;
Carney, captain and manager.
Hl.noMlM. I o Catchers, Haley,
Morris, Walsh and Ulakemore; pitch
ers, Royer, Davidson, Prendergast,
ISurg, Ruth and Humes; first base, Mcl
choir, IXnney; second base, Manion,
'right ; shortstop, Cochran, Mo'!;
third base. Jackson, Darling; outfield
was knocked unconscious on mat oc-
, .... , , ' casion, but it now develops that he was
Billy Purtell, who with the Bos-j CQt burt He recovered raildl . after
ton Red Sox, has a bad wing this),. . . , Q,
i spring, and he is scarcely able wi . , ,. , , ., ,
throw across the diamond. 1 , , . ...
rcy. He was sent to Dr Moir.es I-ri-
MoUne last Friday night. Thompson j i;o(1 vin- MI(1ork. Erv. in. Joyce, and
ber, Furgeon, Smith, captain and man
ager; second base. Bell, Groh, Wagner;
fJiortstop, Blausser, Xagle, Andrews;
third base, McGuire. Rea ;outfield, Lof
ton, Koaimers, Collins, Burns. Trout
man, Novacek, Sullivan, Weisenre,
Fox, Cross and Miller.
Ii wvii.i.k Catchers. Clarke, Mc
Donotigh. Hildobrand; pitchers. Arra
smirh, Brenton, Benz, Chapman, Woods,
j Morton, Bissell, Kirwan. Buck, Price;
j first base, Staley, Newman; second
base. Siner, Pricer, Morgan; shortstop,
Viox, Zimmerman, Fisher; third base,
White, Ingalls; outfield, Coombs, Kay
lor, Cuthbert, Sullivan and Hopkins;
Jack McCarthy, manager.
Pitcher Belcher, who was a winner
with Springfield in 1!"7 and wm then
promoted to the New York Giants,
has been sold by Rochester to Tope
Ka, where he will work under Fred
Prompt relief in all cass of throat
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Sold by all druggists.
McNamara, who started out two i
j day to rest up for several dayg, and
years ago as manager of the Bloomers,
word was received here today that he
The Kimball Piano
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Great Artists Use and
We mention a few who use the Kimball in their own
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The Chicago Musical college (tbe largest in this
country) has 100 Kimball pianos in constant use. Fifty
other schools and academies in the city of Chicago alone
use the Kimball almost exclusively. Also hundreds of
colleges and conservatories throughout the land prefer
Music Lovers Buy Them
Over 200,000 Kimball pianos are in use in the homes
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OWLBY'S MUSIC HOUSE
writes from the east that he is a free j
; has suffered no ill effects from the acci-
agent. So far, however, no offc
been made for his services.
i O ni. and will be in first class condition
' for the bout with Ernst tomorrow even
Springfield was banded Pitcher
Rusthaven yesterday by Manager Mc
Graw of the New York Giants.
Third Baseman Clyde Fullertou
was turned over to Baltimore.
Clarence Rowland and Forrest Plass
have closed the contract for the Du.
buque club and franchise, the dt'al
having hung fire because of doubt as
to whether there would lie any Three
Eye league this year. The puir paid
11,500 cash and will make up the bal
ance in installments.
Danville gets two Chicago Cubs as
the result of a deal made yesterday.
The Cubs secured four outfielders
from Louisville, Kaiser, Smith, Wolfe
and Keener, being compelled to buy
the four to get Kaiser, who was the
jone wanted. Smith and Outfielder
j Harry Ball, who had been carried as
utility man, were thereupon turned
over to Jack McCarthy.
Doc White, who divides his time be
tween leading the second team of the
White Sox, which was here yesterday,
and corresponding for the Chicago
dallies, takes a fall out of the Rock
Opposite Illinois theatre.
Sam W. Bowlby, Mgr.
JOHNSON WINS CONTRACT
Star Pitcher fiains Point With Wash
ington and Will Play I kill.
Coffeyville, Kan., April 11.
Pitcher Walter Johnson, who arriv
ed here Sunday from Washington,
started back last night after his dis
agreement with Manager McAIeer of
the Washington Americans had been
adjusted by telegraph. He will ar
rive in time for the r.pening game.
Before leaving he 6tated that he had
refused to sign a three and a two
year contract, insisting it be for only
one year and that he won his point.
Kennedy, captain and manager.
WATF.Hi.oo Catchers. Wolfe, Har
rington, Kohr; pitchers. Hendricks,
S'.owcrs, Hughrs, Douihett. Ilolltii
beck. Harrington; firt base. Belter,
Dickey; second base. Bowman, Fro
ntier; shortstop, Wilkes. Somers; third
ba'-e, Wall. Clemraons; outfield, Ijonn,
Sours. Collins. Demmer and Penncr;
Frank Boyle, bench manaor.
m m ni k Catcher?, pouchi-r. Buck
li'y, Cooke; pitchers, Kogge, Lauge,
Riiin. Stornsli, Ray, Forrias. Glass,
Parkins, Akers, Schaeffcr. Dye, Negave.
(.'illumines; f.r.t basi-, B-.-ntty, Diddle;
second babe, Plass, Jasper; shortstop.
A. Darringer. Kirk ham, Lett
How to Live 100 Years.
"How to Live 100 Years and Then
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FOUR HOMERS IN A GAME
Ic Elvey of Minneapolis Also Gets
Double ami Single in Six at Uat.
Evansville, Ind., April 11. In a
game with the Evansville Central
league team yesterday McElvey of
Minneapolis made four home runs,
a double and a single in six trips
to the plate. The Minneapolis team
won, IS to 11. The batteries were
Ophine, Chase, Sage and McElvey
and Smith for Minneapolis, and
Withers, Burke, Von Hatzfeldt,
Meirs and Jacobs for Evansville.
base. Hewer, Johnson; ou'fiehl. Taj lor. j 141; Scotland, 46; Sweden, 10; Bel
li. Darringer, Freer, Miller; Clarence j gium. 5; Denmark, 2. Switzerland does
Rowland, bench manager. j not boast a single centenarian, while
I'Koiiia Catchers. Asmusscn. i Norway, with its two million three huu- i
Blume, McDonald. Jacobs. Buyer ;; 'rc,i thousand inhabitants, has 2:!. The,
pitchers, Hovlik, Walsh, Schmirl.T, ! 1 "ltofl btaivs in had over 4,ouo j
CUBS BEAT McCARTHYITES
Score in flame at Chicago Same as
That in This City.
Chicago, April 11. The Chicago
' National league baseball club de-
feated the Danville team of the
Three-Eye league here j-esterday 6
to 1. The score:
Chicago .3 0 011001 6 11 0
Danville .00000 0 01 0 1 5 1
Toney and Needham; Kirwin,
Woods, Brenton and McDonough.
BOXER IN GRAND JURY NET
. Jack Leon. Who Knurkerl Out Billy
Dunning in Fatal Bout, Inlitteil.
Veach, Axtell. Hilget'orth. Saunders,
Tamuien, Fletcher; first base, Smith;
second base. Etis, McGafligan. Slj'ter;
shortstop, Slyter, McCome; third base, i
Myers ;outfield. Biltz, McGafligan, j
Johnson and Rowan, captain and man
ager. iiavkm'ort Catchers, Coleman,
Summers, rim: gas, AYalsh, O'Lcary,
captain and manager; pitchers, Smith,
Nelson, Crabb, Bn nton, Minor, Finke,
Carlos, Flowers, Kcanis; first base,
Dicker, Foutz; second base, Kocp
ping; shortstop, Thompson, Chapman;
third base, Bromwich; outfield, Wcibtn
stein, Ohland, Crangle, Finney, Cobia3
ii'nifiKii;i.u Catchers. Johnson.
Mohan, Hese, Becker, Caiiauan, Daley,
Eckert, Miller, Flood; pitchers, Schroe- i
der, Daley, Mann, Patrick, Gavin, Lu-.
cas, Enger, Middieton, Archer, Demon, !
BW1, McManus, Ficge; first base, Wi- ',
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McGoorty Winner in London.
London, April 11. Before the Na
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McGoorty of Oshkosh, Wis., won a
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Houltcn, Me., April 11. Jack Leon, j Btandii.g or you can have your
tne Chicago boxer, was mcictea on a
j charge of manslaughter and engaging
j in an illegal fight by the grand jury
j today. The charge is based on the
death cf Billy Dunning, who died 24
i hours after having been knocked out
! by Leon in a boxing match last Nov-
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Pitcher Dellar Arrives.
Phil, Dellar, the Edmor.toa twirler
who was purchased by the Islanders,
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the State bank of Rock Island ha3 been a center fror-'
which wholesome influences have radiated, culminatir.
in commercial and industrial growth.
Many of the large enterprises of Eock Island have en
joyed the support of this bank since their beginning.
Its officers earnestly desire to cooperate with busi
ness men of large or moderate means who are in syr.--pathy
with the conservative ideals of safe banking.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
' Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus 100,000.00
PHIL MITCIIiri.L, President. I. S. WHITE, Vice President.
K. T. ANDEItSON, Cashier. C. F. CHAXNOX, AwUUuit Caolter.
OOUHTEOtS ATTENTION TO ALL.