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THE ROCEflSnAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1011.
BEATEN OUT OF
GAME BY CATCH
Collins Spears Slattery'a Long
Drive in the Ninth and
TAGGED FOR THREE BASES
Other Hit Follow Which Would
Have mt Least Tied Score Sny
der Star With Stick.
Rock Island at Waterloo.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Peoria at Quincy.
Decatur at Danville. '
(Special to The Argm.)
Waterloo. Iowa, June 22. Col
lins' brilliant running catch of S lat
tery's fly, which was labeled for
three sacks, saved the day for Water
loo yesterday. It was in the ninth
inning. Jacobsen followed with a
double and Snyder scored him with
f a single. Quelsser flew out and the
j game ended when Snyder was
I thrown out trying to steal. Had Slats
lived the score would have been tied
SXYDER HELPS START IT.
The two other runs by the Island
ers were made in the third, when
Snyder singled, Wooley doubled and
Davidson dropped one in a safe
. place. Davidson, Jacobsen and Sny-
der were the star hitters of the day.
l ROCK ISLAND.
A.B. R. H. P.
f Wooley, rf 3
(Davidson, cf 3
Clynes. If 4
Vogel, 2b 4
I Slattery, lb 4
I Jacobsen, c 3
f Quelsser, 3b 4
I Snyder, ss . 4
r Woods, p 4
! Totals 22 3
11 24 13
II. P. A.
WATERLOO. A.B. R.
Collins, cf 4 1
Long, rf 2 0
Fremer, 2b 3 1
Clemens. If 3 1
Crane, lb 3 0
Wilkes, 3b 3 0
Nagle, ss 3 0
Wolfe, c 3 0
Hendrix, p 3 1
Totals 27 4 7 27 11 1
Rook Island 00200000 1 3
Two-base hits Wooley, Quelsser,
Fremer, Clemens. Nagle, Collins, Ja
cobsen. Struck out By Hendrix, 4:
by Woods, 3. . Bases on balls Off
Woods, 4; off Hendrix, 2. Umpire
PLAY GOLF AT CHICAGO
First 36 Holes of National Tourna
ment Being Covered Today.
Chicago, June 23. Thirty-six of the
72 holes in the 17th national golf
championship, which is being held un
der the auspices of the United States
Golf association at the Chicago Golf
club links, were played here today.
Seventy-nine of the foremost golfers
in the United States, 11 of whom are
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JOHN GONDINGVNEW MANAGER OF
THE ISLANDER SQUAD
Sandy Griswold, sporting writer for, the Omaha World
Herald writing1 to The Argus regarding the well known West
ern leaguer, says: "You are not only getting the best catcher
in the Western league, but the most popular ball player, and
a fine man and a gentleman from every angle."
amateurs, competed. The remaining
36 holes will be played tomorrow, the
wlndup of the tournament.
Baseball Boiled Down
Pitcher Charles Davidson, the ex
Bloomer, sold by Peoria to Champaiirj..
was rejected when the newcomers
came to look over their purchase. He
nas a broken finger.
And now the Minnesota-Wisconsin
league is in trouble. Red -Wing has
forfeited kits franchise and a meeting
Is being held today to determina
whether to carry the ' club as the
league's property or drop anofuer
town and make it a eix-club affair.
Infielder Hilly, once with Davenport.,
got mad at Umpire Mapel at Keokuk
with which club he was playing, be
cause when he was hit in the hanl
by a pitched ball in the game wjiu
Kewanee yesterday he was not allowed
his base. Ie punched the umps a cou
ple of times and was then led off in-.'
Peoria, after taking the road amidst
wails and evil forebodings of the honf
folks, proceeded to win the first gajje
with ease. Catcher Jacobs was callei
to Chicago by the death of a relative
and Biltz, Hovlik and one or two others
were said to be so badly crippled they
could hardly get about. President
Leisy says lie is looking for a couple
more pitchers, an Infielder and a first
The St. Louis Browns are drawing
miserably and are in financial trouble
One report has it that they are to be
transferred to one of the American
association cities and the Detroit c'u
removed to St. Louis, leaving the home
of the Tigers minus baseball, or ela
forced to accept a place in the Class
A league. Another rumor is that the
St. Louis club Is to be placed at PiUs
ourg. i nere appears to De a war ra
against Owner Hedges of the Browc
An effort was ;made to buy him out
last winter but if failed, and now it
looks as though they were trying to
freeze him out.
TWO WOMEN IN TIE
FOR HANDICAP PRIZE
Mrs. K. C. Roberts and Mrs. Frank
Mixter to Have Another Match
to Decide Golf Winner.
The women's fourth preliminary
handicap golf match was played yes
terday afternoon at the arsenal
courses. Miss Allen could not qual
day was made by Miss Allen, who
finished the two nine-hole courses in
9 0. This is considered an excep
tionally good score for these two
cources. Miss Allen could not qual
ify for the cup, as she has already
won the cup. Mrs. E. C. Roberts
and Mrs. Frank Mixter tied for the
cup with a score of 11 down and
will play off the tie next Monday.
Wilson. .. .116 15
Vincent. .. 127 18
Grace .... 102
Allen .... 90
Mixter 107 15
1 1 down
Mrs. Roberts . . .111 17
STUDY CRIME IN THE STATE
Branch of Institute of Criminal law
and Oriminology Formed.
Urbana, 111., June 23. Crime In all
aspects in Illinois will be studied by
the Illinois state branch of the Ameri
can Institute of Criminal Law and
Criminology, which was organized at
the University of Illinois yesterday un
der the auspices of the faculty of the
college of law. The first meeting will
be held here Oct. 26 and 27.
The following officers were selected:
President O. A. Parker, dean of the
university college of law.
Vice Presidents Orrin N. Carter,
chief Justice of the supreme court, and
Professor J. W. Garner of the univer
sity. Secretary William B. Hale, secre
tary of the law faculty.
Treasurer Frank J. Loescb of Chi
cago. Members of the Executive Council
John H. Wigmore, chairman, Chicago;
Judge William X. Butler, Cairo; Dr.
Charles R. Henderson, Chicago; George
T. Page, Peoria, and Lawrence Y. Sher-
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion win be held on Tuesday, the 27th
day of June, A. D. 1911. in the city of
Rock Island, 111., for the purpose of
electing two members of the board of
education of Rock Island school dis
The polling place for said .election
will be at Frick's livery barn. No. 1912
Third avenue, which election will be
opened at 8 o'clock In the morning and
continue open until 7 o'clock in the
afternoon of that day.
The judges and clerks of election re
siding in the first precinct of the Fourth
ward will be the judges and clerks foi
Dated at Rock Island, I1L, June 15,
191L HARRY M. SCHRTVER.
Steamer Morning Star to
St. Paul Every Saturday at
3:15 p. ra. Phone West 188. ,
WINS IN A WALK
Danvilli Easily Takes Game
From Decatur by a Score
' 'of 7 to 1.
GETS EARLY, SAFE LEAD
Peoria Wins Game for a Change,
Through Good Work In Pinches
' by Schmlrler.
Danville, 111.. June 23. Ball's
scoring from first on a sacrifice and
Sullivan's triple with the bases chok
ed, put Danville on easy street. The
rors gave tne remaining scores. The
fielding of Sullivan and Siner feat
Hildebrand, c . ,
Kommers, cf . .
, . .1
. . .0
. . .2
. . .2
Callahan, rf . .
McGuire, 3b . .
Total 1 5 24 8 4
Danville 10300102 7
Decatur 00001 000 0 1
Stolen bases Ball, Coombs. Two
base hits Sullivan, McGuire, In
galls, Benz. Three-base hit Sulli
van. Struck out By Benz, 1: by
Rustenhaven, 3. Bases on balls
Off Benz, 1; Rustenhaven, 6. Um
BILTZ WINS THE DAY.
Quincy, 111., June 23. Schmlrler
was wild but invincible with men on
bases. Biltz's home run with two
men on bases won for Peoria. Score:
QUINCY R. H. P. A. E.
Hartman, If 0 2 1 0 0
Kahl. 3b 0 2 3 2 1
Kerwin, rf - .0 0 0 0
Patterson, rf ...... 0 0 0 0
W. Donahue, cf . 0 ,0 4 1
Myers, lb 1 2 12 0
Owens, 2b ....I.... 0 0 2 3
Hill, ss 0 1 1 5
Forney, c 0 0 4 2
Royer, p 0 0 0 4
Total 1 7 27 17 2
PEORIA R. H. P. A. E
Sullivan, rf 10 0 (T
Smith, lb 1 2 11 10
Biltz, cf 1 1 3 1 0
McDonald, c 0 0 5 3 0
Meyers, 3b 0 0 4 3 0
Stis, 2b 0 0 2 1 0
Fountain, ss 0 0-1 2 0
Veafh, rf 1 2 1 0 0
Schmlrler, p 0 0 0 4 0
Total 4 6 27 15 0
Peoria 003 0 001 0 0 4
Quincy 00010000 0 1
Stolen bases Biltz. Hill. Two-
base hits Kahl, Myers, Hartman,
Smith. Home run Biltz. Struck
out By Royer, 1; by Schmlrler, 6
Bases on balls Off Royer, 4; off
Schmlrler, 7. Umpires Bush and
At Davenport both Akers and Dick
pitched brilliant ball, but Dubuque
was more fortunate in placing Its
hits and won, 4 to 2. Melchoirs
hitting featured. Score:
DAVENPORT R. H
Ohland. rf 1
Koepping, 2b 0
Bromwich, 3b 0
Chapman, ss 0
Lund, cf 0
Godwin, If .
Coleman, c ,
Total 2 5 27 11 2
DUBUQUE R. H. P. A. E.
Paddock, 3b 0 0 1 2 0
Kennedy, rf 0 0 0 0 0
R. Darringer, ss ...0 0 2 1 0
H. Darringer, if 2 2 0 0 0
Beatty, lb 1 1 11 0 0
Melcholr. cf 1 2 2 0 0
Plass. 2b 0 2 2 3 0
Boucher, c 0 0 9 2 0
Akers, p 0 0 0 4 0
Total 4 7 27 12 0
Davenport 00001001 0 2
Dubuque 010001 02 0 4
Stolen bases H. Darringer, Beat
ty. Two-base hits Chapman, Mel
choir, Plass. Three-base hits God
win. Melchoir. Struck out By
Dick, 1 ; by Akers, 7. Bases on balls
Off Dick, 4; off Akers, 4. Umpire
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Standing and 'Results
W. L. Pet.
Deoatur 28 18 .636
Danville 7 19 .537
Peoria 2o 21 .543
Dubuque ...25 21 .543
Davenport 21 24 .467
Waterloo 20 24 .455
Quincy 18 27 .400
Rock Island 17 29 .370
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 36 21 .632
New York 36 22 .621
Philadelphia 34 24 .585
Pittsburg 33 24 .570
St. Louis 32 23 .561
Cincinnati 25 33 .431
Brooklyn 20 37 .351
Boston 14 44 .241
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 41 19 .683
Philadelphia 37 18 .673
New York 30 24 .556
Chicago 29 24 .549
Boston 30 27 .526
Cleveland 25 36 .410
Washington 20 37 .351
St. Louis 16 43 .271
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 40 25 .615
Kansas City 36 27 .571
Minneapolis 34 32 .515
Milwaukee... 33 32 .508
Louisville 32 32 .500
St. Paul 30 35 .462
Toledo 28 37 .431
Indianapolis 26 39 .400
Waterloo, 4; Rock Island, 3.
Danville, 7; Decatur, 1.
Davenport, 2; Dubuque, 4.
Quincy, 1; Peoria, 4. .
NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
Chicago, 3; Pittsburg, 12.
Boston, 8; New York, 7.
Cincinnati, 3; St. Louis, 9.
Brooklyn, 2; Philadelphia, 2 (called
in sixth, rain).
St. Louis, 1 ; Chicago, 2.
Detroit, 3; Cleveland, 4.
Philadelphia, 8;-Washington, 3.
New York, 7; Boston, 0 (called In
Columbus, 15-8; St. Paul, 7-7.
Louisville, 3; Milwaukee, 9.
Toledo, 13; Kansas City, 5.
Indianapolis, 11; Minnesota, 4.
St, Joseph, 2 ; Lincoln, 3.
Des Moines, 4; Pueblo, 9.
Omaha, 10; Topeka, 2.
Sioux City, 4; Denver, 8.
Dayton, 4; Evansvllle, 3.
Fort Wayne, 3; Terre Haute, 2.
South Bend, 2; Wheeling, 3 ((11 In
Grand Rapids, 2 ; Zanesville, 7.
Madison, 2; Green Bay, 3.
Aurora, 2; Fond du Lac, 5.
Racine, 10-3; Oshkosh, 4-8 (second
game seven innings).
Rockford, 7-3; Appleton, 3-5.
Keokuk, 0; Kewanee, 6.
Hannibal, 3; Galesburg, 6.
Ottumwa, 4; Monmouth, 2.
Muscatine, 2; Burlington, 6.
Champalgn-Urbana, 5; Taylorville, 1
Pekln, 3; Lincoln, 2.
.Canton, 4; Clinton, 8.
In Circulation Contest.
Ben Elochlinger, local agent for the
Hearst papers, is engaged in a circula
tion contest for the Chicago American.
Cash prizes are clven to the four
towns out of 16 in Rock Island's class
entered which come out ahead, while
to all towns making a given increase
will be given a lot of baseball para
phernalia. Ben has the boys out hust
Professor O. F.
Slater conducts a
dancing school for
beginners at the
Watch Tower inn
out the summer.
7:30 to 9.
Term 12 lessons,
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Catholic Churches Looted.
Sterling, 111., June 23. The sanctu
aries of both Sacred Heart and St.
Mary's Catholic churches were profan-
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Full stock of fishing tackle
A full stock of lawn tennis
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