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"BIG WILL" WILL
BE A REAL GIANT
DANVILLE HAS A
FEAST ON WOODS
is the plan to arrange a cross country
run. possibly from five to ten miles,
and the winner of it is to be given a
gold medal. This plan is still in em
bryo form, but should the interest be
great enough it will be carried out in
BILL IS DIVIDED
ON PRETZELS' LOT
Big" Bill Jacobsen
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
Five Singles and Home Run
Made on Islander Pitcher j
in Opening Round.
LOOMIS HARD TO LOCATE i
IMirrflle Performer Allow bnt Fire
Scattered Hits and Xot Man
Orowsen the Plate.
Scout for Muggsy McGraw ;
ACVvUliUCUUd Mid WUOCU
and Deal Follows.
Rock Island at Peoria.
Dubuque at Danville.
Quincy at Davenport.
Decatur at Waterloo.
GIVES HIM RARE CHANCE
I'nrierstood That New York Is to Pay
ve"J in Cae Jacobsen
Standing and Results
Crabb Has Another Off Day, but j
Dick Comes to Rescue and
Pulls Over Second.
Islander utility man 's sold to the
Danville. July 27. Five singles, fob
lowed by a homer, netted Danville six . New York Giants tu b d-!i.ered at
runs In the first inning yesterday an 1 j the end of the season
put the visitors in a bad bole. Loom i a j .
pitched great ball, allowing but five
scattered hits Score:
ROCK ISLAND. R H. P. AH
Bechte!, If n C 2 1 0
Davidson, rf n ( o o l
Wooley. cf 0 2 1 0 0
S Lattery, 11 n 2 :i 0
Vogel. 2b ft ft 4 i "
Kelly, 3b it 1 0 l
Faikenberg, ss f' 0 1 1 i
Jacobsen, c o 4 2 u
Woods, p 0 1 2 r
Totals 0 5 24 12 'i
DANVILLE. II H P. A. E.
Ball, cf 1 2 1 i)
Eicer, 2b 1 2 2 v
Coombb, fs l 2 2 :j
Fvaley, lb 2 2 0 n 't
Kuilivan. if 1 1' .' ' n "
Massing, c 2 2 7 ('
Ingalls, 2b 1 it 1 i 1
Hildebrand. cf 2 2 4 0 )
Loornis. p 1 1 o o 'i
Jieuz. rf 1 1 tt u
Totals 13 17 27 K 1
Rock Island ' 0 it 0 0 0 0 0 i.t i
Danville 10 104110 13
Two-base hits (V'tnbs. Staley. I f II -ii
r;rand. Wooley. Slanery. li'itne ru:.
-.Massing. Struck out By Lou laid. ''
by Wooil.-. .;. Bases ou bails 0"X
l.oomis. 2: I:" Woods, 2. I'mpire -
WILL ATTEMPT A
Down the Chutes at the
TO MAKE TRIP ON SKATES
Clothing to Be Saturated With Gaso
line und Lighted While on Way
Itovvn t tlie Kivcr.
Confident that big "Bill" Jacobsen,
catcher and general utility man on
the Islander baseball team has the
makings of a great fielder, "Mickey"
J. Finn, scout for "Muggsy" McGraw
of the New York Giants, recommend
ed to h's boss that a deal be closed
for the player and last night nego
tiations for the sale of Jacobsen
were consummated between the
Giants' leader and the local associa
tion. Bill is to be delivered at the
close of the present Three-Eye sea-
: son. The sale price is not made pub-
lie by the directors, but from one
! who is in pes'tion to know, the state
; nzent ccmes that Jacobsen will, if he
makes good, bring a nice sum.
ITlE'n FROM FARM.
! Three years ago. Jacobsen, a
j youngster, was pulled off of the farm
! at Gonesoo by Jack Tighe and he
took his turn behind the bat and in
the field with the Islanders, lie was
with Billy Earle's Ba'tle Creek,
Mich., team last year and then came j CoiamDUS
W. L. Pet.
Danville 4 7 .11 .603
Dubuque 45 36 .538
Decatur 4" 37 .538
Peoria 41 41 .500
Quincy 3S 44 .463
Davenport 3S 44 .463
Waterloo ...... ..37 44 .4S7
Rock Island .15 47 .427
TRETTER BLANKS BOOSTER
ShackJeford Wild and Hit Freely,
Dropping Series 1vier by a
Score of 2 to O.
I SO UN --S
New York 53
St. Louis 51
Cincinnati 3 6
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 60 23 .674
Philadelphia 57 31 .64S
New York 47 42 .512
Chicago 44 42 .512
Boston 4 6 4 5 .505
Cleveland 47 47 .500
Washington 31 5 9 .3 4 4
St. Louis 26 63 .292
Davenport. July 27. Davenport and
Decatur quit even yesterday. Four
passes, two errors and two hits gave
the visitors a long lead In the first in-,
ning of the opening game. Dick eas
ily cutpitched Schroeder in the sec
ond, defeating him for the second time
this week. Sccre of first game:
DAVENPORT. R. H. P.
0 1 2
' I Koepping, 2b
419 Cortwin if
Nelson. If . . .
Ohland. rf .. .
O'Leary. lb .
Coleman, c . .
I frahh n
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Baseball Boiled Down
Jack Tigl.e"s Seattle club has pulled
t'li over tb .5't'J mark, having pat-sed
P'trtiaini. itiitl is now in fourth place,
b-a'lii'tr 'be second (lii-i(!i ff th' siv
bib Northwe&teru -irui'.
Outfielder Godwin of the Davenport
team will be out of the game for a
we-k or more as the result of injuries
be received jntTday while baiting.
Two fingers on his left hand we'e
Every one in this vicinity
just how steep and slippery
chu'es slide at the Watch
park, and many thousands have at
one time or another pone down the
breath-taking thriller in one of the
boats, but of all that number, there
is si-aroely a oc that would under
take such v. ft-.A i . L. Hamilton
r.f Uos-toti. v. orli champion roll- r
skv.er for ditan es cf one m-ie to
ten miles, proposes to take next Sun
day ev-r.in;;. i! intends to go down
the chutes-; on roibT skates and when
be ieaves the slide he will be thrown
out into the water He will be pick
ed up by attendants in a boat.
TO RACE MOTORCYCLE.
Mr. Hamilton, and his manager
.Mr. Folmer, arrived here yesterday
and cnmpleted arrangements with
the management of th park to put
on several stunts for the entertain
ment of the public next Sunday even
ing. At 9:15 Mr. Hamilton will
start in some races at the roller
rink in the park and his opponent
will ride a motorcycle. The distance
back to Rock Island and finished the ;
season. This year he has done con- j
siderable of the backstopping and has
played :ii the field also when needed.
ilS THE GOODS. j
Jacobsen is not the headiest catch
er in the league, but he is surely j Indianapolis
capable of piu:ing up as good a class j
of ball in the field right now as the ; WESTERN
best of them. He can hit the pill.
too, and within a few years, it is al- Lincoln
most a certainty that-he w ill develop Sioux City
into a fim class batter. He is fast Denver
Minneapolis 5 4
Kansas City 53
St. Paul 4
Milwaukee 4 9
Toledo 5 S
Louisville 4 5
t; il a hit in his tern ory has to be
Pueblo . .
Omaha . . . .
Topeka . . .
far out of the way if be cannot get
under it. He has a good arm and
can throw into the diamond from
the furthest parts of the field.
Scout Finn was in the tri-cit-es
last week and his attention was call
ed to the work of the big fellow.
Someone thought that he w as w atch- j Qtt umwa 56
ing the work of one of the Pretzel . Burlington 52
players, but not so. He watched Keokuk 4 5
Bill's work in Danvill" and then re- ; oalesburg 4 6
ported to headquarters. The deal . Kewanee 4"
followed. j Monmouth 37
! Muscatine 36
I Hannibal 2
W. L. Pet.
52 37 .5S4
4S 4 5 .516
59 32 .513
4 1 3. .513
4S t;; .527;
44 iS .473;
3s 51 .427
25 66 .275
Totals 2 7 27 IS
EC ATI" R. R. H. P. A.E
i Lofton, cf 1
Kommers, lb .1
i Bell. 2b 1
pct jonnson, c 1
.561 i Collins. If 0
.5 4 5 jMcOafSgan. ss 1
.5 41 j Callahan, rf 0
.4 90 : McCuire, 3b 0
.490 j Willis, p 0
.4 SO 1 Hopper, p 0
.4 35 j
.4 40 I Totals 5
Davenport 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
' Decatur 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "
Two-base hits Coleman, O'Leary,
Lund. Johnson. Three-base hit John
sou . Struck out By Crabb. 2; by Wil
lis. 2; by Hopper. 2.. Bases on balls
Off Crabb, 5; off Hopper, 1. Umpire
1 .1 0 . !
I 15 0 ) '
' 3 4 0 I
U ' 4 0 0 j
1 0 1 oj
2 3 11!
0 1 0 0 ;
1 0 5 of
0 0 2 "
0 0 4 0 j
S 27 17 1 !
in toppled over on his face. A cursory
examination showed that the npht leg
bad been broken. He was taken to a
hospital. As soon as he can travel, he
will be taken back to Philadelphia,
and while he is recovering from his
injury he will direu the team as best
he can from the hospital. Fans al!
over the country want to see him back
in the game as soon as possible.
WAX SU KSM'IX LE VUr.it.
He has pulled his team up from the
bottom, and today it stands in third
position in the close race, with only a
I lew points between ii and the top.
New York nosed it out of second place
yesterday by winning. Chicago still
leads. Manager Dooin some 12 years
ago played with Rock Island before
i the Thtee-Ke league was launched,
j He went from In re to tiie Western
j league, and from there into the bis
1 ring. He has already demons! rated
his ability as a backstop, and this
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Pitcher Walter Queif-ser. who has incorporation to the Quincy Three-Eye
j ipt been released hv Rock Island and I league Baseball association of Quincy.
w as report d signed by Port Wayne in I Th' capital Mock is $2".O0ii. and the i
'be Centra! kagti". failed to land that : corporation is to conduct baseball anil!
joh, and was finally picked up !y Mali- other amusements. The incorporators
ficer Sonji r'ni'
I' lidf been
S llh ;i ! fout;i
much suijcii' St
t y Herrmann.
of the Tine Haute I are Harry Hofer. Walter W. Miller.
I Robert F. Gunther and John M.
i Si boeni ntan.
J isco ei -,i that Tel j - 1
Marly ) Toole, tl.ej l.apoitc. Iml . July J7. Major league j
s-ous have ban their attention drawn
FIELD MEET IS
TO BE SUCCESS
Enthusiasm Over Athletic Pro
gTam of Memorial Brother
hood at High Pitch.
WINNERS TO GET MEDALS
Davenport 042001 7 9 1 '
Decatur 0 1 0 000 0 1 4 2 I year, his second as manager, shows
Batteries Dick and Coleman; j bis capabilities along that line.
Schroeder and Johnson. 1
TKETTER IX UREAT
Paul pitcher, for .a'
Sullivan also foiim!
Overall for Cincinnati Herrmann wi!i
no douli' keep the next pitcher Ted
fi:;is for him. just bit good luck.
to the phenomenal work of Clyde Kor
nor of Croihersville. lnd . who, pitch
ing anins' the strong Franklin. Ind..
team, struck ou' 23 men in nine in
nings. This is believed to be the rec
op! for an game in the state this
s- ...sou. Pi. ring the game Koienor
ot;l allow d or..-- clean bi'.
One of ;ll for Ilet Athlete and sil
er One for the Winners of
I'irl I'laes in Kvcnts.
I'vatisville. Ind . July 27. After dt
1 laiit.u tin-) would play no more gam
unless salaries over'!:;.' w re t a'd. th
members of the K". at svilie team of t lie
c.-iiffni laeh;il; b.ig'it agreed to tal' Keokuk. Iowa. July 27. President;
off tle-ir strike on Hsutaii-c that th-' ! M F. Iu.-.ti'-e 01 the Central associa
league would guarantee the amounts ! tioti has leceived no official word from
due tiviu would ! paid f Hannibal to tl.o effect that the club
has given up i's league franchise, as
Fond di lac. Wis. July 27. - Presl-; rpond m 'he papers. He is of th
dent Moll of the isconsin-Ii'inojs base ; opinion that the city will stick be-
i ail league h;.s been notified that th . ause the league has guaranteed tj
bond !u I.ac team would be Hold and ; tli am. e the clua from Aug. 15 if the
':a tu-g'Viatlons are now pending with
; lielo g.iii. The lasr league game in
Lis ! w a.- p!aye, w ith App eton to-
pi mgfb 11. HI. July 27 Secretary
State Ko.-e has issutd articles of
Enthusiasm over the athletic mon!
which has been announced by the Mm
orial Brotherhood Athletic association
has leached a high pitch, and those
who are in charge of the arrangements !
' for the day are certain that th" lirsr j
athletic bible school meet will be a
I success. In ordr that plans might be j
furthered for the day. . A hrnaeffer.
president of 'he Memorial Christian
bible class. hHd a meeting of the class
V. in his office, and there were 3o men
i present. The attendance augurs well
i for the meet.
a-seciation is unable to do so Mana- I
..r u..rf womo-v. of r..it,r .!, I The main item for consmeratiou a.
has signed Shortstop Lewis, an Indian-;
1 apolis st mi-pro player, who w ill sue
j reed Shortstop Sralon. sold to Omaha.
'. Lewis played his firs? game here yes
; t rdav.
Danville. 13; Rock Island, 0.
Quincy, 2; Waterloo, 0.
Decatur, 5 1 ; Davenport, 2 7.
Chicago, 4 7; Boston. 1 2.
St. Louis, 7: Philadelphia, 6.
New- York, 5; Cincinnati, 3.
Pittsburg, 12; Brooklyn, 1.
Boston, 3; Chicago. 1.
Philadelphia, 6; Cleveland. 5.
St. Louis, 7 1 ; New York, ti 5.
Washington. 12; Detroit, 5.
Milwaukee, 0; Columbus, ,2.
St. Paul. 8: Indianapolis, 5.
Louisville, S; Kansas City, 4.
Minneapolis, 6; Toledo, 1.
Des Moines, 3: Denver, 1.
Omaha. 3; Lincoln, 2.
Topeka. 14; Sioux City, 4.
Pueblo, 2; St. Joseph, 1.
Green Bay, 4; Oshkosh. 2'.
Fond du Lac. 4; Appleton, 3.
Racine. 1; Madison. .
Rockford, 6; Aurora, 0.
Newark. 7; (jayton, 3.
Evansville, ; Wheeling. 3 (12 in
Zaneeville. 5: Terre Haute, 2.
Fort Wayne, 2; Grand Rapids, J..
Kewanee, t; Hannibal 3.
Ottumwa. S; Burlington. 1.
Keokuk, 4; Galesburg, 3.
Muscatine, 10; Monmouth, 7 (12
.635 i Waterloo. July 27.-Shackelford was
.529 wild and was hit freely, while Tretter
51 7 ' pitched great ball in pinches. Quincy
45u winning the final game of the series,
435 : 2 to 0. Score;
.41 i-r-nv t, r. & t .
V'l.v I. IV. tx. 1. c
Kerwin, rf 0 0 1 0 0
Hartman, If 0
F. Donahue, 2b 0
W. Donahue, cf 1
Myers, lb 0
Kahl. ss 0
Forney, 3b 0 1 1
Clark, c 1 1 5
Tretter, p 0 2 0
Clemens. If . .
Wilkes. 3b ...
from its bows into a launch aa it
sank beneath the waves and last
: night only a buoy on the river
' marked the location of the boat
which traveled the fastest five miles
the United States ever saw.
I Piloted by Walter Bieling of New
i York, Carl G. Fisher's crack 40
footer "Eph," ran a hot bearing !n
j the fourth lap and was out of the
; race. Premier III. of Indianapolis
i finishing fourth.
TWO BOATS IX CRASH.
Just before this race started the
Regal Tiger, a 20-foot hydroplane,
which ran second in the 20-foot
clabs the preceding day, ran amuck
from its dock Just as Its motors
Its pilot. Edward Harms, and En
gineman Louis Mour'ier leaped from
it. It dashed through a great fleet
of cruising launches loaded with
spectators and crashed into a launch
moored to the shore, utterly wreck
i ing both boats. Its crew were unin
In the last event of the regatta
Sand Burr II.. which had already
won two events, took the lead In, hol
low style. It led its nearest com
petitor, the Leading Lady of Galena
III., by half a ni'.le in the first lap.
covering the five in 8:52, or at 33.83
miles per hour. In finishing it was
within a half mile of lapping the
last boats In the race on the second
turn around the course. The meet
ing was the most notable yet held In
American motor boat racing history.
Forty-foot class, free-for-all, 26
miles Red Top III.. W. E. Hughey,
Bellevue. Iowa: first; Sand Burr II.,
White Brothers. Atlantic City, N. J .
second; Disturber II.. .fame A.
Pugb. Chicago, 111, third; Premier
111.. A. J. Lindsay, Indianapolis, Ind.,
fourth; Kph. Carl G. Fisher, Indian-
Peoria, July 27. Disturber H.japolis. Ind.. broke down tlm
James A. rush's t rack hydroplane, 4 2 : I I .
of the western championship i 1 w emy-six-iooi . lass. 1 iumph -
Sand Burr II, White nroiiiers, ,t-
DISTURBER II IS
SUNK AT PEORIA
James A. Pugh's Crack Hydro
plane Goes to Bottom as
Record Run Ends.
IW llevut .
Honors Carried Off
lima, Boat in ;". ."(
in the power boat
races at I Mi bni 110 ,
.00 1 00 1 0 0 tl
.U 0 0 I) 11 I) (I II II -
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Taylorville. 5; Lincoln, 2.
Pekin, 3; Twin Towns, 2.
Canton, 4; Clinton, 3.
Branch agency at William H. Bol!es? 2414 Third Ave.
Rock island, III.
the prizes to be awarded to winners
of the various events. It was decide1
to give to the boy who has the highest j
individual score a oM medal. To th" :
winners of first place in each event a j
silver medal will be given, and to the j
winners of second place a bronze medal j innings).
wi!l be given. The points will be the j ILLINOIS MISSOURI
usual number, 5 for firs; place, three
for second, sud one for third. Th
meet will he run off in much the same
e'.yle as a high scaool or college meet.
It was decided to eliminate the ham
mer throw, because of t he attendant
danger. The mile run will be cpen to
any- member of the four Christian
schools in Reck Island and Moline who ;
can quaiify under the rules. The othe.
events will be for boys under the age
of I?. !
A I VI TO HOLD BOV..
The idea of the fie'.d mfet is a devel-
opment of a plan for keeping boys be- j
tween the age of 12 and 19 in Sunday '
school. It is a well known fact tha: '
the boy of that age begins to think .
that he is too large to go to Sunday
schoc!. whereas he has only reached :
the age where the work will benefit !
him most. To make things attractive :
for him atheielic events will
The scheme is a very good one. and j
already workers in other churches in j
Rock Island and Moline are devising j
ways and means to arrange something :
on a similar plan. Another year may j
see a consolidation of Sunday school
forces, and the members of the Mem-!
Ar-'ol .V T-. Y w-tM n-nrt wt. tStof -.K !
t 1ert in v1-w Alreailv rher are arrsr.y- '
leg for an event ia which the members ;
of all twin city schools may compete,
prcriiirg they are bible students. It !
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, RUBBER CAP and SHOES
MEN'S BATHING SUITS,
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1619 Second Avenue,
Stolen bases Collins. Myers. Two
base hi's Wilkes. Tretter, Beiter
Struck outBy Shackelford. ?; by Tret,
ter. ;. Bases on balls Off Shackel
ford. 2; off Tretter, 4. Umpires Daly
Injury to Manager "Red" Dooin
Kills Philadelphia Pennant
LEADER'S LEG IS BROKEN
Accident Happens in Game at St
Iouis Vestc-rtlaj- "Hed" Was
Stopping Ixml.-le Meal.
three weeks ago, lies at the bottom
of the Illinois river, vanquished by
disaster in the L'."-iiiilp free-for-all
race of the Western Power I5oat iih
KOciation, held t.-terdav.
2) Honors went to Red Top 111., own-I
ii i ed by W. K. Huthes of Bellevue,
tnu u lilrli f-ov j.ri-rl I h o (iiiiri in
42:11, or at a rate of miles
per hour. Red Top's fat eht iblihhed
a new record, the beht in America
heretofore being that of Dixie III. in
defending the American trophy in
the international tares last fall,
hen it sped along at a "I :.", clip.
The wo; .d's record for 2u-footei ri
made yesterday by Sand Burr II.,
owned by White Brothers of Atlan
tic City. iilo went by the board to
day, when the same boat won the
2C-foot class event, traveling la
miles in 26:."7 l-.", or at tie- rate of
33:.'ir miles an hour. The fastest
lap wad r udo by the Sand Burr at
the rate of 33.3 8 mles, a speed nev
er heretofore approached in recog
nized events for 20-footers.
riTi !.ui;h ton i .in:i
The free-for-all was thrillitiK. I'in
turber II. l-d the '4u-fu!.i (lass in
the first lap, covering five miles in
the remarkable t i : i . c- of i : 7 : ." 4 . or
at the record-uia k in - ; a- v. of :;7:GH
laiitie City. N. .1.. first; Leading
I W. P. Cleveland. Calena, III. st
ond: Scamp III., Peterson Brothers,
Davenport, Iowa, (bird; A. K., N. .1.
i Kenny. Peoria. III., fourth: Walr
I Witt h. Hudson Brothers Muscatine,
Iowa, fifth -time 2:r7 1-5.
ch. i our
5 Winters u
At this tirr.o the sua
out distances anything
in the way of heat that
might try and compete,
f.ut iiowr about next
A jv-.n: p.jrcl.
no-v !l k r in : ,
Philadelphia's chances cf winning the
pennant in the National league race
this year were knocked down below par
' yesterday and the hopes of the Phila
delphia fa:.s were shauerei when
Charles "Red'' Dooin, mari'tger and
i catcher for the team, sustained a break
'of the fibula of ;Le right leg a few;
inches above the ankle. The bone was
j broken in two. The accident will ke;,
i the star backstop out of the game fori
: six weeks at least and possibly for the ;
i rest cf the season. Manager Donir. ;
j himself states tha; he will be ba' k in
I the fray in six weeks.
mi!es fer l ot.r.
It was 21 ht-firi','
Tcp v. ith the f:e!d
' he third lai . whf n
tofk Distu.'er II
nhe.il of Red !
f !!o-. it- ur.t 1 .
T p OV'T
in the ba. k ;
Etrefh. T:.-firb-r ri.-.- ! f h-: b al j
in the nex n-il but. .n tie r m-1
nieriierr era of the hfth Ian. Id Tojj
aa'n tot k tie b a 1 an. id wild x
riterr.ent among thousands of rj.ec- , ;
At this point Diittfber'.t eteerln;
pear tore loese and it da:-be l up thf; -course
in long belf cir b?. Jirnrnle
Hichards of Bt;ffal. K-e;:i, it a
best he rouM w!'h feet, ly'n rn
the after deck, rirklng his iile in thr:
l-n7t.'i COAL CO
vt lfXu4. ill.
& V W v y v
The unfortunate accident occurred
yesterday at St. I-oiis iu the fourtbi
i rf.ffrit tr, t-i t-i r. i l,r. t r.'.wa
His physicians ! " ' ", ,.'
4 I n spite of tL; .-.and I.urr Ii.
I fii-f-rtfir.k i nn.! VI i-.l Tori III r,riBef!
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jotrr lie. i:irj-: tj a i.ii;t .,ti
Sand Burr If. and two milen o.-'-r the
crinpled Chir-a:ro ian.r;o;i.
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kip.u ut wur wan.es aun an-; w?s hcrriGed tb next Minute to B e
(Other St. Louis player. Oakes was on ; ?hat u uas fi:aking v.iih its cr-w on '
, third and the iraa on first went down ; board. govc rnr.ier.t pairol s'earner '
jto second. Dooin threw to short and' ani g(;vfral liULbes rt-shed to the,
the ball was returned to Li.m in time ; rescue, but it was too late, and the (
for him to retire Oakes. Aa the urn- i hydroplane sank Into 30 feet of w'a-i
I l ire called the man out. Manager Doo- i ter. Pugb was the last man to step j
; inning of the game which wml to th" J Pugh w&s v i!(:ly ch( c.r;.,i
Cardinals. 7 to 6. A double tteal was ; bcat rrfjFS.4 the' lia". but the
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People .National lUak UuildinK.
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trmiuga. i'tione V'et 122.