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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
CLYNES GUTS OFF
RUNS; GAME WON
Islander Fielder Goes to Fence
lor Ball, Preventing Three
Scores by Waterloo.
QUEISSER STRONG IN BOX
'Also Cleans Bmm In Second Inning
"With Triple Fast Game Is
. Waterloo at Rock Island.
Davenport, at Dubuque.
Danville at Decatur.
. Qulncy t Peoria.
In a game which was featured by
sensational fielding by dynes and
steady pitching by Queisser, Rock Is
land defeated the Waterloo club, 4 to
'2, in the opening game of the series on
the local lot yesterday afternoon. From
start to finish the contest was filled
with thrilling features which prevent
ed many a hit and cut down the scores
of both teamB. Clynes, in the fourth
inning, with three men on base, mad(1
one of the best catches seen on thc
local grounds this season. Harrington
pasted one on the nose and it sailed
' out to the bull sign and would have
come close to hitting it but for the
perfect run and catch. Had it gone out
of the fielder's reach the Islanders
would have been defeated. As it was
it saved the day.
Ql'EISSER BATS SOME ALSO.
t It was Queisser's first workout in the
Yox for two weeks ,and he pitched well
snd fielded his position admirably. And
in addition to that it was his two-base
drive in the second that scored the
' three runs. He had another two-baser,
but it did not figure in the runs. He
was robbed of another hit by Fremer's
fast work. With the pepper and gin
ger in the team such as has been dis
played in the last few days the Is
landers are bound to forge away from
the bottom rung and be up in the run
ning before very long. Gonding has
instilled into every one of the players
ginger and determination, and with an
even break in luck and fair umpiring
the team can't fail to climb.
In addition to Clynes' fast fielding,
there were sensational stops and pegs
yesterday by the Islander infk-lders and
the Waterloo men as well. The game
was fast, being played in 1 hour and
For Waterloo Hendrix pitched a good
game with the exception of the second
Inning when the three Islander runs
came in. The support afforded him
was gilt-edged in all departments and
helped to make the game the interest
ing one that it was.
TAKE AX KAHI.r LEAD.
Rock Island had an early lead with
this trio of runs in the second and
maintained It throughout the game. In
that inning Vogel, first up, hit to cen
ter for a base, and went to third ou
Slattery's 6ingle to right. Kelly fanned
and Snyder popped out to Crane. Gond
ing was given free transportation, and
then came Queisser's hit to The Argus
score board for two sacks, scoring
three runs. He went to third wheu
Nagle heaved the ball over Harring
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The farmer and his wife were about to sit down to a
cold supper when they saw some old friends driving
towards the house.
The good wife was equal to the occasion thanks to
her New Perfection Oil Cook-stove.
She had it lit in a moment, and her guests hardly were seated
on the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table
sausages and eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon, and rolls just
crisped in the oven and fresh coffee and the hostess herself as cool
and neat as if she had not been near the kitchen.
She never could have managed it with an old-fashioned range.
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ton's bead in a vain attempt to. stop
the third run. Wooley was out on
strikes. In the fourth, the fourth run
for the Islanders was annexed. Slat
tery was out at first, and Kelly hit to
center and went to third on Snyder's
tit ' over third. Gonding's sacrifice
scored Kelly. Queisser was out, Fre
mer to Crane, on sensational fielding.
For the Boosters the first run came
in the fourth when Long hit to right
and scored on Fremer's two-baser.
Clemens popped out to Vogel and
Crane was out in left. Wilkes and
Nagle walked, filling the bases.
CLVXES Pl'TS OX BRAKE.
' Clynes' brilliant catch of Harring
ton's drive retired the side and saved
the game. In the eighth the other run
was secured. Long fanned and Fremer
hit to left for a base. Clemens ad
vanced him to third and Crane fouled
out to third. Wilkes hit to right and
Bcored Fremer, but was out at second
when he attempted to stretch his hit
to two sacks. The score:
ROCK ISLAND. A.B. R. H. P. A. E
Wocley, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Davidson, rf . 3 0 0 1 1 0
Clynes, If 4 0 0 4 0 1
Vogel, 2b 4 1 1 1 2 0
Slattery, lb ..4 1 1 12 1 0
Kelly, 3b 4 1 1 1 2 0
Snyder, ss 2 0 1 2 4 0
Gonding, c 1 1 0 3 0 0
Queisser, p 3 0 2 0 5 0
Totals 23 4 C 27 15 1
WATERLOO. A.B. R. H. P. A. E.
Collins, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Long, rf 4 1 2 1 0 0
Fremer, 2b 4 1 2 0 5 0
Clemens, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
Crane, lb 4 0 1 14 0 0
j Wilkes. 3b 3 0 1 3 1 0
i Nagel. ss 3 0 0 0 4 1
Harrington, c 4 0 0 5 0 0
Hendrix, p 3 0 1 0 0 0
Wolfe 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 2 8 24 10 1
'Batted for Hendrix in ninth.
j Rock Island 03010000 4
Waterloo 00010001 0 2
Two-base hits Queisser (2), Fremer.
Sacrifice hit Gonding. Stolen base
Slattery. Bases on balls Off Queis
ser, 3; off Hendrix. 3. Struck out By
Queisser, 3; by Hendrix, 5. Time of
game 1:20. Umpire Cusack.
NOTES OF THE GAME
Waterloo is here again tomorrow.
That man Gonding looks better ;-
for hitting The Argus sign.
Rock Island goes to Dubuque Sat
urday, but will return to the home
lot after three games there.
Fremer pulled off a couple of per
fect plays when he headed off hits
off the bats of Queisser and Clynes.
Heinie Snyder and Harry Kelly
each made some dandy stops and
then followed them up with good
throws. .. .
It was Queisser's first workout in
the box in two weeks. His pitching
was good, his fielding perfect and
his hitting superb.
Gonding is a second Tom Stark
on the coaching line. He is on the
job all the time and always has
something to say to encourage his
Vogel started things yesterday
with his hit In the second. The lit
tle second-sacker missed a free pass
age to first for the first time in sev
Queisser won his game in the box
and then batted In three, of the
runs, enough to win. He had two
doubles and Fremer's fielding rob
bed him of a single.
In the first inning Long hit a
grounder toward short which was
rolling along the ground till Just
within a few feet of Snyder. Then
it took a bad bound and went way
over his head.
If the last two games are fair
samples of Gonding's leadership, he
has won another home for himself.
There's all the difference in the
world between the Islanders of to
day and the Islanders of last week.
The whole team is full of pep and
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ISLANDERS WHO STARRED IN YES
Who Won. It.
ginger and we hear a little noise
from the coaching line.
Clynes work in the left garden
was highly sensational. Not only in
the second did he pull off a good
catch after a hard run, but in the
fifth also. He caught a fly ball after
a hard run and then threw to first
I for a double. His throw went wild
and resulted in the only error for
the Islanders In the contest.
Standing and Results
W. L. Pet.
Decatur 30 19 X1
Danville 30 22 .5i'
Dubuque 29 24 5J7
; Peoiia 2S 24 .oiS
! Davenport 25 27 .41
Waterlco 24 27 4T1
QiiLey 21 29 .120
Rock Island 19 34 .35S
I W. I Pet.
j New York 40 23 033
Chicago 38 25 6,.3
Philadelphia 3S 23
Pittsburg 26 .531
St. Louis 35 2S .5aG
j Cincinnati 28 35 -HI
Brooklyn 22 40
Boston 14 49 :ZZ2
i Philadelphia 41
New Yoix 31
Chic ago 31
j Boston 32
St. Louis 16
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 43 .C06
Kansas City 40 30 .o71
Louisville 35 35 5C0
Milwaukee 35 3C .ir3
Minneapolis 35 3G .4!)3
St. Paul 31 SS 472
Toledo 31 40 .437
Indianapolis 31 41 .-iSl
Rock island, 4; Waterloo, 2.
Danville, 4: Decatur, 3.
Peoria, 2; Quincy, 1.
Davenport, 9; Dubuque, 2.
St. 'Louis, 7; Chicago, 1.
New York, 3; Boston, 0.
Pittsbursr, 3; Cincinnati, 3 (called
Biouklyn. 2; Philadelphia, 1.
Cleveland, 6-6; Chicago, i-3.
i Detroit, 3; St. Lo us, 2.
Washington, 4-9; Philadelphia, 3-13.
Bosion-New York (postponed; rain)
Columbus, 3; Minneapolis, 2.
Toltt'o, 7: Milwaukee, 4.
Indianapolis. 1-S; St. Paul, 0-4.
Kansas City, 7-3; lxuisville, 33.
Omaha, 1; St. Joseph, 1.
Put-blo, S; Topeka, 1.
Denver. 2; Lincoln, 0.
Sioux City, 3; Des Moines, 0.
Zanesville, 4; Fort Wayne, 2.
So'ith Bend, 4; EvansviUe, 3.
Grand Rapids, 6; Terre Haute, 3.
Dayton. 6 6; Wheeling, 0-2.
Kewanee, S; Galesburg, 4.
Keokuk, C; Hannibal, 3.
OUuniwa. 6; MtiscauLe. 2.
Monmouth, 3; Burlington, 2.
Oshkosh, 1; Green Bay, 0.
Appleton, 10; Fond da Lac. 6.
Madison. S; Racine, 4.
Aurora, 7; iRockford, 0.
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE
Canton, 3; Pekin, 2.
Twin Towns, 8; Lincoln, 3.
Taylorvllle. 2 3; Clinton. 1-2.
PATHFINDER CAR IS HERE
Mapping Out Ron for Indiana Cars
Through Four StaXes.
The Premier car blaz!ng & trail for
the Indiana four-state endurance auto
mobile tour reached Davenport toUsy
and proceeded pn through Clinton 'a
Dubuque. The car spent last night
at Fort Madison. The car i in charz
cf W. McK. White, ofScial pathf.nu-
er. The course Is 1,300 miles In
Who Saved It.
THE BOOSTER DAYS
Ladies Will Be Admitted as Usual,
Bat They Will Net Be Barred
Tomorrow is the last of the
booster days at the ball park. It is
also ladies' day and a good crowd
should be on hand to witness the
contest. The management states
that ladies' day will be observed as
usual, but any possessing the
booster spiritiwill.be allowed to do
nate. Now is the time to show Jack
Gonding that Islander fans are not
quitters and that they are not un
appreciative of faithful and capable
service. You may have noticed that
the Islanders have won a couple of
games, but the gratifying thing is
the article of ball they are playing
and the snap and ginger they ex
hibit. There is good material on
the team and it is believed that with
the hospital list diminished and new
life injected into the men that the
other teams of the league are go
ing to find worthy foes in the Is
landers. At any rate, if ysu like
good baseball and want to see Rock
Island continue in the game an
other season come out and do your
FISHING POOREST IN YEARS
Up the Streams.
Going Ashing 13 rapidly losing lis
popularity is tl3e parts. Angiing, iut
any too ,'ocd for many years, H poor
er than ever this summer. Not only
are game fish scarcer than ever, b:t
it is almost, impossible to induce eve'i
a carp to bite nowadays. Absence ct
high water during the spawning sea
son for several years forcing the iis'o
to lay their eggs in the open streams,
where there is little chance for th-ioi
to escape being devoured before they
caicn is supposea uj De i uc muw.
Now is a good time to form a fishing
club and make ian effort to secuie
state or federal aid in stocking the
water hereabout. The pool above the
dam in Rock river and the Hennepin
canal offer ideal places for game flvli
All that is necessary Is to stoc:c tbm
up, and a Uttle hustling would as
suredly bring help from the state fl"h
KAHLER LEADS IN SHOOT
Former IXavenporter Tops List With
147 Out of ISO.
Brownsville, Pa., June 29. Harry
Kahler of Philadelphia led the field
in the second and final day's shoot
ing in the tournament held here un
der the auspices of the Interstate
association, by cracking 147 birds
out of 150 attempts. Fisher of Co
lumbus was second with 146 and
Moore of this city and John Cal
houn of McKeesport, Pa., tied for
third with 14 5. In the professional
events, German of Indianapolis had
the highest total for two days with
291; Stevens of Pittsburg, second,
with 2 8 8,, and Kirkswood of Indian
apolis, third, with 262. '
EVANS STILL IN GOOD FORM
American in Oien Championship in
Kngland Slakes a 78.
Sandwich, England, June 29. Charles
W. Evans, Jr., of Chicago, western
open golf champion, again went around
the links in 78 in the third round of
the open golf championship today. His
total score is 234.
"Bobby" Lynch to Fond du Lac.
Rockford, 111., June 29. Robert
Lynch of Chicago has been appointed
manager of the Fond du Lac team
league, succeeding Tom O'Hare, who
has resigned. Lynch will report on
Friday. He managed the Fond du
Lac team in 1908.
Fourth of July Shoot.
The Rock Island Gun club annc ia
cea a shoot for the Fourth of July. It
will begin at 9 in the morning and
will be open to all clubs and all shoo -
era caring to participate.
A Dreadful Wound
From a knife, gun. tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks, or of any other nature, de
mands prompt treatment with Buck
len'a Arnica Salve to prevent blood
poison or gangrene. It'a the quickest,
surest healer for eil such wounds, aa
also for burnt, bolls, sores, skin erup
tions. eczema, chapped hands, corns,
or piles. 25 cents at all druggists.
Danville Moves Up on Commo
dores by Taking a Hard
COOMBS HOME RUN HERO
McTaffigan Goes in as Pinch Hitter
'in Ninth and Drives in Win
nings Runs for Peoria.
Decatur, 111., June - 29. Danville
crawled a peg nearer the Three-Eye
lead by defeating Decatur in an ex
citing game, 4 to 3, yesterday.
Costly errors lost for Kinsella's men.
Brilliant fielding by Groh and I
Coombs' home run were features.
DANVILLE . R. H
Ball, cf 2 0
Siner, 2b 0 0
Fisher, ss 1 0
Coombs, rf ....... 1 3
Staley, lb 0 0 11 1 Oj
Hildebrand, c 0 0 4 0 0
0 0 3 0 0.
Ingalls. 3b 0 1 2 0 0
Benz, p , 0 0 0 3 0
Total . .
.4 4 27 14 0
R. H. P. A.E.
Lofton, cf 0 1 1 0 0
Kommers, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Collins, If 0 0 0 0 0
Schroeder, lb 0 0 17 1 1
Johnson, c 0 1 4 1 0
Groh, ss 2 2 2 5 1
Bell, 2b :. .1 2 2 4 0
McGuire. 3b 0 3 0 2 0
Middleton, p 0 0 0 7 0
Total 3 10 27 20 2
Danville 30000001 0 4
Decatur 01020000 0 3
Stolen- bases Hildebrand, ,Groh,
Bell. Two-base hit McGuire. Home
run Coombs. Struck out By
Benz, 2; by Middleton, 3. Bases on
balls Off Benz, 1; off Middleton, 3.
1'IXCH HITTER WIXS.
Peoria, 111., June 29. McTaffigan
batting for Hovlik with bases full
in the ninth, hit the first ball pitched
for a single and won for Peoria, 2
to 1. Quincy's run came when Jac
obs dropped a throw home to catch
Donahue, who was stealing. Score:
QUINCY R. H. P. A.E.
Hartman, If 0 0 1 0 0
F. Donahue. 2b 0 0 1 8 0
B. Myers, lb 0 1 10 0 0
Kahl, 3b 0. 0 0 1 1
W. Donahue, cf . . . . 1 2 2 1 0
Kerwln, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Hill, ss 0 0 2 0 2
Forney, c 0 0 9 0 0
Vyskocil, p .0 1 0 2 1
Total 1 4 25 12 4
PEORIA R. H. P. A. E.
Sullivan, If 0 0 0 0 0
McDonald, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, lb 0 1 14 0 0
Biltz, cf 0 2 0 0 0
Jacobs, c , 0 1 9 0 1
W. Myers, 3b 0 0 0 3 0
Stis, 2b 1 0 2 4 0
Fountain, ss 1 1 2 2 0
Veach, rf, if 0 0 0 1 0
Hovlik. p 0 1 0 6 0
McTaffigan 0 1 0 0 0
Total 2 7 27 16 1
Quincy 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Peoria 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 2 2
Stolen bases W. Donahue, Foun
tain, Smith. Struck out -By Vysko
cil, 6; by Hovlik, 6. Bases on balls
Off Vyskocil, 1; off Hovlik, 2.
Umpires Walsh and Spencer.
ERRORS All) DAVENPORT.
Dubuque, Iowa, June 29. Errors
coupled with a batting rally gave
Davenport more than enough runs
to win in the seventh. Score:
DUBUQUE R. H. P. A. E.
Paddock, 3b 0 0 1 0 1
Plass, 2b 0 0 5 2 0
R. Darrlnger, ss . . . 0 0 2 2 1
H. Darrlnger, rf 1 0 1 0 0
Beatty, lb 1 1 6 1 0
Melchoir, cf 0 0 3 0 0
Storassli, If 0 2 3 0 1
Kreitz, c 0 1 6 0 0
Akers, p 0 0 0 0 1
.2 4 27 5 4
R. H. P. A. E.
.2 2 3 0 0
Koepping, rf 1
Bromwlch, 3b 1
Chapman, S3 2
Lund, . cf 1
O'Leary, lb 0
Godwin, If 1
Coleman, c . 0
Smith," p 1
Total 9 13 27 15 0
Dubuque 02000000 0 2
Davenport 001 00070 1 9
Stolen bases Chapman (2) Lund.
Two-base hits Koepping, O'Leary.
Three-base hit Chapman. Struck
out By Akers, 4; by Smith', 1.
Bases on balls Off Smith, 1. Um
Rock Island Freight Clerk Mana
ger, John Killian, claim department.
"Unions" (W. Q. U.) Manager,
Chris Naab, Jr., 618 Twelfth street.
Phone W. 546. ,
Rock Island Arsenal ball club
Manager, W. W. Medcalf.
Rock Island West Ends Manager,
Frank Shean, (") Thirteenth avenue.
Phone W. 1326-T.
"Fritz's Colts' Manager Frank
Meyers, 901 Thirty-fifth street.
Phone West 1269-Y.
"Boosters' (14 year olds) Man
ager Charles Olson, 103 Thirtieth
Etreet. Phone West 1402.
"Sextons" Manager, T. C. Roan-
nil ill V"
A splendid display of the latest styles and fab
rics at prices that can't be touched.
We're all enthusiasm over this special offering,
and you will be, too.
Kack after rack of the choicest fabrics, in the
best tailored clothes in the land. Suits that sold at
$22.50 and $25.00 a few days ago can be bought now
All the best kinds here in union or two piece,
stouts, slims and regular, 25c to $3.00.
In soft, cool fabrics with turn back cuffs and
separate collars. Special showing, $1.50.
The Bangkok at $5 and $7.50 are the lightest
hats made; Panamas, $5 and $6.50; Sailors in plain
or rough braids at $2.00 up; soft straws, $1.00 up.
You can always do better at tho
tree. Phone West 711-K. Postofflce
"Wolstencroft Brothers Baseball
Club" Manager G. Huber. Phone W.
100 Block club Manager Joe Gstet
tenbauer, 3127 Tenth avenue. Phones
W. 1392 and E. 822.
Terros Cubs Manager G. E. Scott,
407 Brady street, Davenport Phone
Games In the amateur league re
suited yesterday as follows:
Lawndales, 31; South Rock Is
Tigers, 2; Long Views, 16.
More Interest seems to prevail
since the four-team schedule baa
Baseball Boiled Down
Today is the first booster day for the
club. Tomorrow will be the second,
two days being arranged bo that all
Joe Kelly, recently released by Dav
enport, has signed with LaCrosio.
Pitcher piowera has been sold lo
Greenville, S. C.
Pitcher Cook, sold by Peoria lat
fall to the Chicago Cubs and handi1
back to the minors this spring, h.13
been turned over to Omaha by T
peka in a trade.
Outfielder Kennedy, formerly niana
stop, has played out hfa string a
manager of the Taylorvllle team in
the I M league. He haa been tu
ceeded by Joseph Adams of'Pana.
Otis, a southpaw, ha been sent o
Davenport by Toledo. Otis figures la
the deal whereby Chapman goes to
Cleveland. Otis was farmed by To
ledo thiB spring to Columbua in U'.e
South Atlantic league.
Outfielder Kennedp. formerly mana
ger of the Bloomington club and J3
has spent most of the season o r.a
menting the Waterloo and Dubu'ju
benches taa been released by Mana
ger Rowland. He is a goad man, but i
a high priced one, and Dubuque Ln
too many of that sort.
The Grand Rapids franchise In
Central league has been sold in Xv
ark, Ohio, and the first game in the
new city will be played next Monaay.
The financial consideration is not giv
en out. It la also stated that tn
Wheeling franchise is for sale, iut
thus far there have been no tnadera
FOUR LEFT IN GOLF MATCH
8impon, Croke, MrXamara anl
OaJies SnrvtTfr WfHern Tourney.
Grand Rapids, Mich.,' June 29. Play
on the Kant link? yesterday was brisk
in the match contests for. the western
open championship, despite which 'ca
scores of the contestants fell conjid-
erably short of tb)se of the qualifying
rounds of the previous day.
As a result of the match ellmlra
tious there were left in the runnliifi
for the title Robert Simpson, the Ke
nosha professional ; Jack Croke i
Westward, Mo.; Tom McNamara, hj
Ronton expert, and Wilbur Oaken ol
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