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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1911.
Six of Seven Bingles Come in
Seventh Inning, Making
TRETTER CLOSE IN PINCH
JVndera Are Downed by the Commo
dore, Who Combine Safeties
Rock Island at Waterloo.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Decatur at Danville.
Peoria at Quincy.
Quincy, Aug. A. Quincy bunched six
of its seven hits In the sixth and
seventh and beat Peoria, 3 to 0. Tret
ter was invincible with men on bases.
QTJTXCY R. H. P. A. E.
Kerwin, rf. .... i i 3 0 0
Hartman, If 1 1 l 0 0
KahL 3b 0 1 0 1 0
Donahue, cf . .. 0 1 1 0 0
Myers, lb 0 0 10 0 0
Forney, c 0 0 . 7 1 0
Hill. 83 1 1 3 3 1
Spencer, 2b 0 1 2 2 0
Tretter, p 0 1 0 4 0
3. Bases on balls Off Benz, 1.
Baseball Boiled Down
Total 3 7 27
PEORIA R. H. P.
Fountain, bs 0 0 3
Smith, lb 0
Biltz, cf. ...
Meyer, 3b. . .
Veach, rf. ..
Stis, 2b. ...
Clark, If. ...
Rain spoiled a pair of gamea yes
terday and they were the two in which
we are most interested.
Decatur hauled the league leaders
down a notch yesterday and thereby
lessened the lead of the topnotchers.
Burlington, Iowa, Aug. 4. Pitch ard
C. Brown ("Lefty") and Ed Hawk of
the Burlington baseball club were Bold
yesterday to the St. Louis American
league club for delivery Sept. 5. The
purchase price was $5,000. Three
other major league clubs were after
Hosea Slner, says the Danville
Commercial Xews, was the only player
In the league who impressed Hugh
Nlchol, scout for the Cincinnati Reds
Slner is playing second for Danville
and Is a classy fielder as well as a
good hitter. Scout Nlchol possibly
was a little late to make the trip as
other scouts have found some fairly
good material this year in the league.
Kewanee, Aug. 4. Two protests on
Central association games were allow
ed yesterday by President Justice, Ke
wanee winning a protest from Burling
ton because the latter had too many
men in uniform la one game of last
series, and Burlington is allowed a pro
test on a game that Kewanee played
Warner, who was owned by Elmira,
X. Y., club.
Umpire Eckman, who was in the
Three-Eye league last year, is back
on the job, and apparently succeeds
Umpire Guthrie who is to go to the
Eastern league. Umpire Eckman was
considered In the same light last year,
so there is little or no Improvement in
the change. If ever any one was
thankful for a promotion or boost for
Guthrie, it Is now, for it rids the
league cf his service.
Total 0 7 24 13 1
Quincy 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 x 3
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two base hits Meyer, Stis. Struck 1
out By Tretter, 5; by Tammen, 2.
Bases on balls Oft Tretter, 1 ; off
Tammen, 3. Umpire Eckman.
SPEAKERS l.osi-; to I)K( ATI It.
Danville, Aug. 4. Danville bunched
errors while Decatur bunched bits in
the fourth and won, 6 to 4. Phenom
enal work by Staley and Siner saved
the locals from a terriLIe drubbing.
DANVILLE R. IT.
Ball, cf 0 2
Siner, 2b 0 n
Coombs, es 0 0
Kay lor, rf 0. 0
Staley, lb 1 1
Sullivan, If 1 1
Hildebrand, c 0 1
Ingalls, 3b 1 1
Benz, p 0 1
Y. fil. C. A. HOUNDS IN
CHASE AFTER HARES
Lofton, cf. .
R. H. P. A. E.
Bell. 2b 1
Smith, lb. .,
Johnson, c. ,
Novel Game Will Be Introduced
the Boys by Physical Director
C K. Gil man.
C. E. Gilnian, physical director of
the Y. M. C. A. has devised a novel
"hare and hound walk," which is to
be pulled off next Thursday evening,
Aug. 10. There will be two " hares,"
one of whom will be Mr. Gilman; the
other will be named later. As many
'"hounds" as possible will be sscur
ed for the chase and the two hares
will be turned loose at 7:30 while
the hounds will be allowed to take up
the chase 3 0 minutes later. The only
means of trailing that the baying
pursuers will have will be to make
inquiry of pedestrians. The rabbits
will be conspicuously dressed. The
walk Is to be confined to the trl
oity limits and will be an all ilght
stroll unless the elusive hares are
GOLF TEAMS MEET
Davenporters to Play Combina
tion of Bock Islanders
AT THE ARSENAL COURSE
Match Will Take Place Tomorrow
Afternoon With "Pot" of
Balls as a Stake.
Tomorrow afternoon at the Rock
Island arsenal golf links there will
be a match contest between two
teams, one representing Davenport
and the other representing Rock Is
land and Moline. Each contestant
puts a new gold ball into the "pot"
and the winning side gets them all.
The contestants have been paired as
follows, the first named in each case
being a member of the team repre
senting this side of the river: Ardo
Mitchell vs. Will Middleton, Dr.
Louis Ostrom vs. Walter Chambers,
C. A. Barnard vs. Carl Schmidt, Har
ry AInsworth vs. Hugh Schmidt, F.
G. Allen vs. Colonel G. W. French,
A. L. Moore vs. Nathaniel French,
Richard Hosford vs. Bernard Allen,
Colonel G. W. Burr vs. A. C. Muel
ler, Dr. G. L. Eyster vs. George
Price, and J. D. Cady vs. Decker
French. As substitutes for any of
the above who may fail to appear the
following pairings were made: Peter
Connor va. George Bechpel, Fred
Mitchell vs. J. M. Van Patten, and
C. D. Rosenfield vs. V. L. Littig.
MISS XOTT WIXER,
The seventh preliminary of the
ladies' handicap match was played
yesterday afternoon on the links and
only three of a field of ten finished
their scores. Miss Elizabeth Xott of
Davenport was the winner, her score
being 98 with a handicap of 13, mak
ing her six down. Mrs. C. 11. Wil
son reported in seven down 011 a
score of 111 with a handicap of 15
and Mrs. J. F. Lardner's score was
116 with a handicap of 18, making
her eight down.
There will be no preliminary In
the men's handicap match tomor
row. The last preliminary is sched
uled for a week from Saturday. The
finals will be played in September.
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But we don't. Van Camp's is simply whole
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Milkman's milk separates. The butter fat rises
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costs 5 cents. Your grocer
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Van Camp V Milk
Evaporated Sterilized Unsweetened
Total C 9
Danville 3 0 r; 0 0 0 0
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Two base hits Ball, McGuire.
Struck out Ey IJenz, l ; by Schroeder,
Quigtey Soon Cardinal.
Washington, Aug. 4. James Edward
i be created a cardinal by Pope Fius X.,
according to present plans, at a con
sistory of the sacred college to be held
j early In the fall. Reports received
' here are to the effect that this has
been definitely decided on at the vati
vun and an official announcement of
the choice is expected to be made by
the apostolic delegate within a few
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THREE EYE LEAuL'E.
W. L, Pet.
Danville 49 37 .570
Decatur 47 40 .510
Dubuque . 47 41 .534
Peoria 48 43 .527
Waterloo. 42 4G .477
Quincy 43 4S .473
Rock Island 40 49 .443
Davenport 39 f.O .438
W. Ij. Pet.
Chicago 57 31 .626
New York 57 ::G .613
Philadelphia 5G 3S .59(5
Pittsburg 5C 3S .596
St. Ixui3 52 42 .553
Cincinnati 40 53 .430
Brooklyn 35 5!) .372
Boston 21 75 .213
W. I Pet.
Detroit C3 3 5 .643
Philadelphia CI 31 .C42
Boston 52 48 .520
Chicago 49 40 .510
New York 50 4S .510
Cleveland 50 51 .495
"Washington 30 CI .371
St. Louis 29 C7 .302
V. L. Pet.
f JnnoO Tr" r. -v J7 r. r. '
Kansas City 57 47 .54S
Columbus 57 4N .543
Milwaukee 55 52 .514
St. Paul 52 52 .500
Toledo 50 50 .472
Louisville 47 5S .4 43
Indianapolis 45 01 .424
Boston, C; Detroit. 2 (12 innings).
Ptiladelihia-St. Louis (postponed,
Indianapolis, 0; Milwaukee, 4.
Minneapolis - St. Paul (postponed,
(Only two games scheduled).
Lincoln, 11; Pueblo, 2.
St. Joseph, 5; Sioux City, 3.
Omaha, 3; Des Moines, 1.
Denver, 10; Topeka. 2.
Hannibal, 9; Keokuk, 6.
Burlington - Monmouth (postponed,
Kewanee-Galesburg (postponed, rain).
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE.
Canton, 5; Lincoln, 4.
Clinton, C; Pekin, 2.
Twin Towns, 8; Taylorville, 3.
Dayton, C; Evansville, 2.
Fort Wayne, 10; Torre Haute, 0.
Grand Rapids, 4-5; Zanesville, 1-7.
Newark, 4-S; Wheeling, 1-4.
WISCONSIN ILLINOIS LEAGUE.
Aurora, C; Green Bay, 5.
Madison, 3; Fond dti Lac, 0.
Rockford, 1; O.shkosh, 3.
Racine, 7; Appleton, 4.
W. L. Pet.
Lincoln 59 32 .64.3
Denver 04 37 .634-
Pueblo 54 40 .340
St. Joseph 52 4S .520
Omaha 50 49 .505
Sioux City 49 50 .495
Topeka 43 57 .430
Des Moines 2 71 .2S3
Seattle, Wash. James Jeffries and
his brother Jack, have engaged pas
sage for Alaska next Monday. They
will hunt big game in the southeast
ern and southwestern portion of the
territory until they are driven out by
deep snows. On the return journey,
by way of Kodiak island, they will
hunt moose on the Kenal peninsula. '
New York The success with which
Tony Ross, the Italian heavyweight,
held Joe Jeauette at a distance in
their slashing bout Tuesday night, has
won him a place in the admiration of
Gotham fight fans and many now
agree that if properly developed be
will rome pretty nar proving a cham
pion. It is recalled that neither Jack
Johnson, who was at the time in fair
condition, nor Al Kaufman was able
to s-top the hi Italian and it is now
planned to match him with Jim Bar
ry, Tom Sharkey's white hope, if Bar
ry succeeds in stopping 'Porky Flynn.
San Francisco Johnny Frayne of
San Francisco has been matched to
meet Matty Baldwin of Boston In a
20-round bout in Salt Lake City Ait
15. Frayne will leave for Salt Iake
today to begin training.
San Francisco, Cal. Billy Fapke
has been barred from participating in
any fight held in San Francisco by the
San Francisco board of supervisors
The board has held up the applica
tion of Coffroth's Shasta Athletic club
for the August fight permit until as
sured that Papke will not be matched
here. The opposition was headed by
Supervisor John L. Herget, known in
his days in the squared circle as
"Young Mitchell." The dictum against
Papke is based on his fight with Joe
Thomas here a year ago. It is assert
ed that Papke allowed Thomas to stay
15 rounds, although he could have won
earlier In the battle. Papke denied at
the time that he had bet that Thomas
would stay 15 rounds.
Chicago The funeral services of
Emit (Pop) Coulon, father and man
ager of the bantamweight chnmpion,
were held from the residence 2022 Em
met street, and at 10 o'clock at St,
Sylvester's church, interment being in
Mount Carmel cemetery. Men promi
nent In local fistic circles attended
the funeral. The active pallbearers
were Robert Thompson, Captain Har
ding, Sergeant Lynch, Harry Gilmore,
Sr., Mike Karpan. Albert Malmqulst
Emily Thiry and George Des Douche.
LEWIS RECEIVER NAMED
W. L. Pet. 1
Ottumwa 01 30 .670 j
Burlington 61 32 .050;
Galesburg 52 4 4 .542 i
Keokuk 43 45 .516
Kewanee 42 52 .417 j
Monmouth 29 5 5 .424 f
Muscatine 37 50 .393 !
Hannibal 31 02 .3UJ j
Rock Island - Waterloo (postponed,
Decatur, 6; Danville. 3.
Quincy, 3; Peoria, 0.
Brooklyn. 5; Chicago, 3.
Cincinnati. 7; Philadelphia. 1.
St LouisBoston (called in third,
Pittsburg - New York (postponed,
Chicago - Washington (postponed,
Cleveland, ll; New York, 10.
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Judge M. G. Kcyiiolds Will Take
St. Ixiuis, Mo., Aug. 4. Matt G.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 3. Matt G.
Reynolds, former circuit judge, was
appointed by Judges Dyer and Mc-
Pherson of the United States circuit
court a3 receiver for the publishing,
realty and banking enterprises of Ed
ward G. Lewis, capitalized at a total
of nearly $6,000,000.
Judge McPherson read the amended
order of the court substituting Rey
nolds for 'the St. Louis Union Trust
company, first named r.s receiver.
In a verbal statement accompany
ing the order. Judge McPherson said
that the trust company which was ap
pointed receiver at the time the orig
inal order w as issued July 20, had de
clined the appointment, "advancing
reasons satisfactory to Itself."
Reynolds was required to give $100,
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Annual Excursions to
Big Four Route
TUESDAY, AUG. 15
Special train will leave Pe
oria 12 noon.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
People National Bank Building.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings. Phone West 123.
Special side trip rates to
Toronto and Montreal.
Tickets good returning on all
trains vithin 12 days.
For reservations and de
scriptive folders, address
General Agent, Peoria, 111.
CONFESSES TO SAVE SELF
Accusation Made Against (Jamorrist
Vietro. Italy, Aug. 4. Marshal
Capizzutl of the carabineers of Na
ples, who obtained the confession of
Abbatemagglo, was interrogated at
the trial of the camorrlsts for the
murder of Gennaro Cuoccolo and his
318 Twenty-second St.
Express service and haul
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Call West 981.
C. H. THORNHILL
wife. He confined himself to partic
ulars of the Cuoccolo crime and of
his association with Abbatemagglo.
He said he had known the informer
as a criminal In the past and believed
and that he had been implicated in
the murders, this suspicion being
made stronger by the fact that he
suddenly disappeared. Later he
found Abbatemagglo in prison. Cap
izzutl expressed the opinion that the
Informer was moved to confess not
because of a change of heart but by
impulse of self-preservation.
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