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THE ROCK ISIJAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911.
day. McGraw was on the field during
the game when he received the tele
gram notifying him of his suspension.
Tommy Tennant, a former Decatur
player, is back In the game for San
Francisco, after an enforced vaca
NELSON AND WIN
Terre Haute, Lafayette, Fort Wayne
and other Indiana cities.
Papke-Burke Bout Postponed.
New York, July 28. The proposed
bout between Billy Papke and Sailor
Burke, originally scheduled for New
York on Aug. 8, has been postponed
until Aug. 22. It Is said that Papke
may decide not to meet Burke on the
latter date as Promoter Coffroth has
offered a big guarantee for his ap
pearance in a 20-round fight with
Frank Klaus in San Franicsco.
tion and is slamming the ball as of
Distillers' Little Hurler Holds 'old
Prodigals' Handsome Server
Loses His Game at Quincy
in Opening Round.
Gonding's Team to Four
. Little Bingles.
Dnbuque may lose Pitcher Allen
given the-m by the Chicago White
Sox in part payment for Catcher
Kreitz. Lincoln, of the Western
league, claims the youngster.
Vic Willis, one of Kinsella's old
money-makers. Is included in a Na
tional league ineligible list, just is
sued by President Lynch, for failure
to report to the Cubs this year.
HITS BUNCHED ON LAKAFF
BASES FILLED; TWO-BASER
6nyder Reappears tn Lineup After
Speekeis "Apply Kalsomine Brush at
Dubuque, Kerwin Scoring Only
Ron of Contest.
Vacation Guthrie Close to
Standing and Results
Rock iEland at Peoria.
Dubuque at Danville.
Quincy at Davenport..
Decatur at Waterloo.
Philadelphia qnakers struggled back
! into second place in the race by wiu-
jcmg from the St. Louis cardinals yes
terday. The victory came, despite
Manager "Red' Dooin's absence from
j the game.
fSp-cial to Th Arirus. ) j
Peoria, July 28. Prendergast, the! The Peoria club has won out in the
new member of the Distiller pitching .national commission decision w.iich
staff, showed up well in today s vie- ward the Pfri c',lbTthe. rif 1 P
I Player Rowan in the St. Louis Alien
tory over the Islanders by a 4 to 1 can eap,,e controversy. Rowan has
score. lie held the visitors at all j been sold to Toronto.
times and allowed but four tingles, j
none for extra bases. Hunched hits; Hannibal. Mo., July 2S. The Haa
in the second and fourth innings won ;nDaj baseball association forfeited i.s
for Peoria. Lakaff allowed two h'ts franchise to President M. E. Justice
which, coupled with an error in the;of tEe Central association at a join.
Fecond, scored one run. Six hits i rnf..tjr,p cf the Hannibal Commercial
In quick succession following Smith's club Ed tne baseball association.
double in the fourth, scored three i
more for Peoria. At no time was the I ritoher Walter . Queisser hurled
little stranger in trouble A walk, a ( for Terre Haute vesterday and won
Btolf-n base and a w.-ll-plared single j,ig gamei 5 lo 3 He allowed but
by Lakaff in the fifth scored Rot k I f "hinelfs and would have scored
jsianc s oniy run win-n Miyaer c a
vorted a.-ross the plate.
il TIIHli: (. UN I TIM)! It! K.
Guthrie, !h umpire, barely es
caped a mobbing at the end of the
game. Meyers was th individual
Ft:ir. bf-oring t h ri'f hits out of thre
times at bp.t. all into different gar
dens. Th'i srere:
ROCK ISLAND A. Jl. If. P
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Davenport, July 2S. Quincy bunch
ed hits off Nelson in the first, Kahl
doubling with the bases full, and won.
Spencer was effective except in the
Chapman, ss .
Ohland. rf ...
Johnson, If ...
Coleman, c . . .
shutout but for an error behind Kahl. es ...
him in the ninth which allowed three ; Fonie.v, Sb
Bethild, If .
Wooley, cf .
Kelly. ::, . .
Lakaff, p . .
Kountain. ss ... I
Smith, lb I
Biltz, cf 4
Veach. rf ?.
Htls. 2b 3
Sullivan. If .... 3
Jarobs, c 3
Prendergast, p . . 3
rues to score.
Groh, Kinsella's prize shortstop,
did not last long with the Giants.
Announcement was made today that
he has been sold to Buffalo. He will
play third, succeeding McDonald, the
regular third baseman, who is on the
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Danville 43 31 .60S
Dubuque 45 37 .549
Decatur 43 3S ' .531
Peoria 42 41 .506
Quincy 39 44 ".470
Waterloo 3S 44 .463
Davenport 3S 43 .45S
Rock Island 35 48 .422
Chicago 54 31
Philadelphia 54 35
New York 53 35
Pittsburg 51 37
St. Louis 51 3S
Cincinnati 37 50
Brooklyn 31 56
Boston 2j ty
0 I Rumor has it that "Middle" Boucher
fi who is backstopping for Dubuque aud
'i who formerly caught for the Islanders,
" is 1 he objt-ct of some scouts from the
1 t iu league. He has been doing sone
0 j.'.od catching and heavy hitting fjr
' tl.e hustlers this season.
1 4 1
WHITING ALLEN DEAD.
t'i-U iiuu, July 2. Whiting Alien,
m.d theatrical man, died yes..e
iv afterrsuou at the Hou-I Shennau
Totals 4 102$ 10 3
Ohland out; hit by batted ball.
Davenport 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 '1
Quincy 31000000 04
Stolen bases Koepping. Lund, Kahl.
Two-base hits Nelson, Kahl. Struck
out By Nelson, 2; by Spencer
Bases on balls Off Nelson, 4;
Spencer, 3. Umpire Cusack.
1)1 NIQIK IS SHIT OIT.
Danville, July 28. Kerwin won his
own game, a pi'cher's battle roya!
when he siugh'd in the second, scoring
Massing. The game was featured by
the hitting of Coombs and Beatty and
the fielding of Siuer. The
Ball, cf 0
Siner. 2b 0
Coombs, ss 0
New fJork 4S
St. Louis 26
Columbus ' 55
. 1 Kansas City
Milwaukee . .
St. Paul ...
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Ixniisvilie . .
Total 30 4 10 27 16
Rock Island 00001000 0
Peoria f 01030000 4
Stolen bases Snyder, Meyers (2).
r. of firiif. tr.istrilis Tr Allen wna J h. ( 'e
0! dramatic critic for the Philadelphia ! Sullivan' lf
0 i North American for many years. He
0 has been business manager for man;'
dramatic productions, having managed
0 j'l-e Metropolitan Grand Opera con:-
j pany, Caruso, LUen Terry and many
I others. He came to Chicago July 23.
I to manage a moving picture show
Two-base hit Smith. Struck out 1 . . . . ,
. . , .,, 'Saturday. He was a member of the
By Prendergast, 4: by Lakaff. 7. ; v. ... .Btn -.,
Kerwin, p ,
liases on balls Off Prendergast, 3;
off Lakaff, 1. Umpire Guthrie.
Baseball Boiled Down
Koch Island and I'ooria had a double
bill arranged for this aftern'ion, play
ing off a postponed game from a pre
of the Mystic Shrine and an honorary
i member of the Lulu Temple of l.r.e
' Mystic Shrine. He had no children, his
j wife being the only survivor. She will!pjass 2b
come ;rom -ew. ioik 10 vane luarge
the body. He was 05 years old.
Reddick, 3b 0
Manusih, rf 0
R. Darringer, ss 0
H. Darringf-r, If 0
Beatty, lb 0
Melchoir. cf 0
Boucher, c 0
Rogge. p 0
When the stomach fails to perform
its fuuetions, the bowels become lo
rangd, the liver and the kidneys con
gested causing numerous diseases.
Cincinnati, July 27. Manager John j The stomach and liver must be re
McGraw of the New York Nationals ! stored to a healthy condition sr.d
received notice from President Lynch J Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
he had been suspended for three days Tablets can be depended upon to do It.
because of his verbal attack on Umpire j Easy to take and most effective. Sold
lohnstone during the game here Tues- bv all druggists.
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Srolen basfs R. Darringer, Coombs
(2). Struck out By Kerwin, 6; by
Rogge. 0. Bases on balls Off Kerwin,
1; off Rogge, 2. Umpire Daly.
BKI.I. GETS FOl'R HITS.
Waterloo, July 2S. Collins' triple and
Long's 6ing!e won for the 'boosters."
Bell hit safely four times out of four
times up. Score:
Denver 59 33
Sioux City 4S 45
Lincoln 53 37
St. Joseph i, 4S 43
I'ueblo 41 40
Omaha 11 4S
Tcpeka 39 51
Des Moines 25 66
Ottumwa 57 27
Burlington 54 32
Kewanee 41 48
Keokuk 45 41
Galesburg 47 43
Monmouth 47 43
Muscatine 36 51
Hannibal 2S 59
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from the river and was prepared for
shipment to the same point.
The Arnold-Pierce went back to
Bay City. Leading Lady was strip
ped of its motors, which were ship
ped to Alexandria, Va., for repairs.
The hull will be stored in this city.
Missouri, with its owners, Beauvais
and Lippert, will remain at the
Handbury docks until Sunday and
be returned to St. Louis on the Bald
Anchors came up and ropes were
cast eft in all directions Thursday
morning and the big fleet of cruis
ing boats got under way for the re
HAVE A FINE SHOW
Ringling Brothers Visit Moline
and Make a Hit Before
You Can no! be a Steady Worker
and a .Steady Smoker 'unless
tju smoke the. Mi Id
Little Bobbie 5
Same Qualify Smaller Size
v. I; j
BEST & RUSSELL. CO DisCritut9n, CIUGA.GO, ILL,
Clemens. If . .
Wilkes. 2b ..
.. .1 1
Fremer. 2b 1 2
Beiter, lb 0 1
Collins, cf 1 2
Long, rf 0 0
Nagle. ss 0 1
Harrington, c 0 1
Hendrix, p 0 1
Totals 3 10
DECATUR. R. H.
Lofton, cf 0 0
Kommers, lb 1 1
Beil, 2b 0 4
Johnson, c 0 1
J. Collins. If 0 0
McGaffigan, 6s 0 0
Callahan, rf 0 0
McGuire. Sb 0 1
Hopper, p 1 l
Totals 2 8 24 16 1
Decatur 00100010 0 2
Waterloo 00010200 3
Stolen bases Harrington, Bell. John,
son. Three-base hit Collins. Struck
out By Hendrix, 6; fcy Hopper, 5.
Bases on balls Off Hendrix, 5; off
Hopper. 2. Umpire Bannon.
GOVERNOR STOPS FIGHT
Indiana Executive Issues Orders to
Crown Point Sheriff.
Hammond, Ind., July 2S. At the
request of the Chicago Law and Or
der league. Governor Marshall to
day wired Sheriff Thomas Grant of
Crown Point not to permit the Jack
Roberts and Danny Goodman prize
fight. The league notified the gover
nor it had taken steps to prevent the
mill in Chicago and had been ad
vised that efforts would be made to
pull it off in this county. Governor
Marshall's attitude is causing specu
lation over the state. Ten-round
fights re permitted weekly In the
shadow of the statehouse at Indian
apolis and the garae flourishes in
RKSU.TS YKSTEH DAT.
Peoria. 4; Rock Island, 1.
Danville, 1; Dubuque, 0.
Waterloo, 3; Decatur, 2.
Quincy, 4; Davenport.
Chicago, S; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia, 4; St. Louis, 3.
Cincinnati, 7; New York, 4.
Pittsburg, 7; Brooklyn, u.
Boston, 9; Chicago, 4.
Detroit. 7; Washington, l.
Cleveland, 6; Philadelphia, 3.
New York, 5; St. Louis, 4.
Milwaukee, 15; Columbus, 12.
(Other games postponed; rain.)
Lincoln, 4; Pueblo, 1.
Topeka. 3; Denver, 2.
(Only two games scheduled.)
Monmouth, 5; Muscatine, 2.
Galesburg, 4; Keokuk. 2.
Kewanee, 6; Hannibal, 2.
Ottumwa, 4; Burlington, 0.
Terre Haute, 5; Zanesville, 3.
Newark, 4; Dayton, 0.
Evansville, 7; Wheeling, 4.
Fort Wayne, 3; Grand Rapids, 2.
W I SCONSI N-I LLI NOIS LEAGUE.
Fond du Iac, 6; Appleton, 1.
Green Bay, 6-1; Oshkosh, 0-5.
Aurora, 6; Rockford, 5.
Racine, 2-0;, Madison, 0-3.
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE.
Twin Towns, 5; Pckin, 4.
Lincoln, 13; Taylorville, 7.
Clinton, 3: Canton, 0.
DISTURBER II. IS RAISED
IS BEST CIRCUS ON EARTH
Trappings of Horses, Costumes of
Performers ami Everything Else
Is Simply Gorgeous.
themselves were just about all they
had been cracked up to be by the
press agent. The shows merited the
enormous crowds which turned out
to see them. In the afternoon the
tent for which a seating capacity of
14,000 is claimed, was filled and
people even sat around the track. In
the evening nearly the same was
true. Ringlings are always welcome
in these parts.
VISTAS OF THE ORIENT.
l'ar East Scenes and Incidents With
The combination of Buffalo Bill's
Wild West with Pawnee Bill's Far
East marks a new epoch In out
of -door entertainments; a melange of
contrasts more striking than has ever
before been presented to public view.
Pictures of western life will be shown
in contrast to vistas of the far east
and an oriental spectacle will recall
the sands of Sahara in the same
arena where Indian battles and wes
tern scenes are also depicted. The
far east element will introduce many
tribes and people from across the
sea Japanese cavalryman, soldiery
and athletic experts, Jugglers and
necromancers; Arabian acrobats,
Hindoo fakirs, the whirling dervish
and men of many climes. Jungle
bred elephants will be seen in a mus
ical specialty ringing bells, pump
ing organs with their feet, blowing
trumpets, and also performing the
other wonderful "stunts" that ani
mal train, is are wont to develop
through the tractibility and intelli
gence of the elephant. There will
be a scene of Oriental pageantry,
showing the tribes and types of anc
ient Egypt, the camel caravans of
the desert and the splendors of pomp
and ceremony to whcu the Orient
is so thoroughly given over. The
desert sands will be recalled, the
pyramids and Sphinx will loom
in the distance, and a scene typi
cal of the far east will be realistic
ally presented in a moving pageant
of brilliant costumes and coloriug.
The whole scene will be redolent of
the Orient, that land of romance and
balrny atmosphere, with its stranxe
people and ancient customs. In ver
ity the Orient will be translated to
on Earth visited Moline yesterday 1 tne -ccineni ano men oi iwo sines
and apparently the whole town and j of the globe will be on view in scenes
a fair share of Rock Island turned j and Incidents typical of many lands
out to see them and all who attend- and nations. It Is only through tha
ed saw the finest performance that ! comprehensive character of Buffalo
BOB DRAWS A REST
Indefinite Suspension Handed
Out to Pitcher Couchman
FAILED TO SHOW CLASS
l'nalIe to Get Into Condition
to His Home in Ohio to
"Freckles" Connelly, standing on top
of a freight car, swore that he saw it
first. "Skinny" Smith, who stood dig
ging Ids toes in the mud, said it was
nothin' of the sort," that he saw it
first, long before she turned the curve
down by the river bend. "Freckles"
still claimed the distinction, and in
the meantime around the corner came
"Skippy" Hopkins, leading two spot
ted ponies, and the argument ceas?'.i
and envy filled their souls. He hr. I
beaten them to it.
"An' 'more'n that," said Skippy, "I
got a ticket to see the bis show, an'
jus for leadin' horses."
This completed the colloquy, an 1
Skippy went on about his work, the first
of the boys Of Moline to give help to
the circus when arriving at dawn this
morning, it began unloading, and tir.
pitching of its canvas just east of tne
pi.at to me; rnow ns.
Ringling Brothers' Greatest Shows
Because he was not in condition, Bob
Couchman, Islander twirler, has been
suspended indefinitely, ilo has gon
to his home In Urbana, Ohio, whe.
he will recuperate. He hardly expects
to be able to return to tho game thin
year but says that he will round into
shape this winter and bo ready tj le
port early in the spring. Hob promises
that next season will be t ho best of hi i
career as he intend.-, to put fort!) every
effort to get back f n I bis old ti'nc
form. A few days ago, be pitchi'd eiht
innings at Danville and tbo strabi
proved too much for him. bowevr.
I'itcher Conk, who Joim-d th u am nt
Peoria yesterday will fill piace b'ft
vacant by CouclimauV sii!5p,-ii;- ion.
m: in it 'in in: imonTD.
Roy Snydtr was hark in the gau.o
yesterday, supplanting I''a!lu-ube-.;
who evidently ban not sImwii Thrce
Kye t'hrs.i. Fallveiibcn,' is a bK:, rair-r
fellow but tan not v r Mo'!r ;i t- i
ritory. He will pro!i:r! In- cut lo.m.i
again and Snyd'-r will i main. Frank
Lakaff came home la.st ni 'it ai'ti r tli-;
Peoria-Rock Island jirirni; and will .-
main here. The tt am an Ives hon;n
Saturday night and will cms t b.ii.i
with the Pretzelt at iiavenpoit Sunday.
Lakaff will probably do th-.- beavu g ftr
tbe locals on that dare.
news ail the time Tho
trappings of the horses, the costumes
of the performers and in fact every
thing connected with the show was
the most gorgeous ever seen here.
Not only was this true but the acts
Sunken Power Boat Brought to Sur
face by I. S. Engineers.
Peoria, July 2 S.--Disutrber II.,
sunk in Peoria lake Wednesday,
after the most sensational boat race
ever seen on American waters, has
betn raised. Under the direction of!
United States Engineer J. R. Fuller!
the U. S. S. Pearl anchored on one
side of the submerged boat and aj
derrick barge took the opposite side
and the racing machine which had j
established a new record for 4 0-;
footers In competition was dragged !
from the river bed. A diver worked
all day adjusting lines beneath the:
boat in order that it might be haul
ed to the surface.
Beyond the damage which had
been done before it sank it appar- j
emly was uninjured. James A. Pugh !
of Chicago, its owner, will have it !
cleaned and towed back to Chicago j
for repairs. The Sand Burr II. was)
taken from the water and shipped to )
Detroit, Mich., where it appears on j
Aug. 4, 5 and 6. Eph also camej
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these contrasts and comparisons can
be attained, for In no other enter-
tainment Is the wide, wide world in
actual and authentic suggestion. Thi3
double exhibition will make memo
rable Buffalo Bill's farewell.
Notice to Boiler Makers.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the mayor's office until 5 o'clock
p. m , Saturday, Aug. L, 1911, for
two bollf-rs as per plans and specifi
cations on file in my office.
Bidder must use bidding sheet
furnished by city.
The city reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
HARRY M. SCIIRIVER,
Roc klsland. 111.. July 18, 1911.
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