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THE ROCK ISZJAND ARGUS. TTIXTRSDAV, AUGUST 24, 1911.
CHICAGO CUB TO
AMERICA'S BEST PILOTS ARE ENTERED IN
NATIONAL TROPHY AUTO RACES AT ELGIN
PRODS WIN WITH
A RALLY IN 8TH
TWO CLUBS CLAIM
DIXIE IN FIELDER
ELGIN RACES TO
Chick Frazer, Taken on by
Danville, Pitches First
Chapman Starts Trouble After
Veterans Secure the Edge
in a Tie.
Expected That the Attendance
This Year Will Reach
GETS A FANNING RECORD
HITS WHEN TWO ARE GONE
$15X00 PRIZES OFFERED
Jlreeze 1 4 of Onnding's -Men sad
Win for Hift Team Pnlla Out
of Some Bad Holes.
Rock Island at DanvKie.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Quincy at Davenport.
Deoatnr at Waterloo.
'Special to Ths Ararua.)
Danville. Aug. 4. Ct'.ck Frazer,
Danville's new pitcher, made hie first
appearance in the Three-Eye league
yesterday afternoon and set a new
league record in strikeouts. Inci
dentally, he gave Rock Island a ter
rific drubbing, pulling out of one of
the worst holes a pitcher could pos
sibly drop himself into.
Lakaff started things for the a iait
tors in the eighth by hitt'ng to the
right field fence, but he only made
cne base on what should have been
a triple. Ilechtold walked and Sner
er doubled to left center, scoring
both. These were the only scores the
visitors made. But had Snyder let
him pass when Sherer attempted to
steal home the score would have
IIKKFS TIIK T4I.K l FH.LKKS.
dan villi: R
Hall, of 1
fiullivan. if o
Siner, 2b 1
Coombs. 3 b ........ 1
Ftaley, lb o
Jlildebrand. c (
McNichol, S3 1
Frazer, p 0
i, , f XK
iSTf .Harru Grant and his
HO'K ISLAND It.
Ue. htold. 2b, If .... 1
hherer, rf 0
Plattery. lb 0
Voeel, 2b 0
Cook, If "
Jaffbsen, c "
Iakaff, p 1
Keily, 3b 0 0 0 2 0
Total 2 5 24 8 2
Danville 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4
Rock Isiand .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Stolen bases McNkhol (3. Ball.
Two base hits Coombs. Hechtold.
Stru'k out Hy Kruz-r, 14: by l.r.
kaif. . IJ.i?es on lci!s Jt I'ra -. r,
1'iapires Connolly ai:l liannon.
Standing and Results
St. Joseph, 7; Denver, 2.
Des Moines, 3; Pueblo. 2.
Fort Wayne. 7; South Bend, 1.
Grand Rapids, 14; Zanesville, 2.
Dayton, 1 ; Terre Hau;e, 0.
Newark, 4: Wheeling,-3
Calesburg, ; Burlington. 2.
Ottuniwa. 8; Hannibal, 4.
Monmouth, 4 4; Kewanee. 3- 0.
Keokuk, 32; Muscatine. 21.
W I SCONSI N-I LLI NOIS LEA CUE.
Racine, 7: Fond du L-t". 1.
Aurora, 4; Green Jay. 2.
Appleton. 3; Madisr.n, ft
Rockford. 13; Osbkosli. ft 4.
Sunday Matinee, Aug. 27.
6 Big Headline Acts 6
2 Reels of Pictures 2
2 Performances Daily 2
Matinee 2:30, 10c and 20c.
Evenings 8:15. 10c, 20c 30c.
Kcfpt Sun1ai mikI IiIi1at. beii
1 hrt-o ix-rfortiiMiK will In- iton
ir:ao, 7::to nl :::.
Neat Mill Ih on ! at l ofti.
J"rlila mrnini: at IO . in., f"r
'(wiiiiit. Ilioiie -t 7;tt.
IliC frtr lani rmirpi I in front if
lhtre Satunlay nii?it. Aujj. l.
Kh f 'M Tlientre in tli World. All on
One Floor Vi llaioony.
Monday Evening, Aug. 28.
2 Performances Daily 2
6 Real Vaudeville Acts 6
2 Reels of Pictures 2
Prices, Opening night 50c,
AFTER Aiai ST 2
Matinee 2:30, 10c and 20c.
Evenings and Holidays, 2:30
and 8:15, 10c, 20c, 30c. I
Seal SIe Saturday Morninc. lO a. I
in. for dK-nii-g. 1'hono AWf TOS- j
CONCERT FREE ON SUNDAY!2
Fre concert on Sunday. Anp. 27. j
at 2 p. n. to lit . ni.. for inption '
if the saf-n tlieatre ia the orld
o tKtli tiap balcony. j
THRKE-KYE I -E AG 1 K .
U . 1.. IV.t
DauilK : 4 0 .Ml
Decatur 'i' 4 it ..j.".o
I'eorin ". ." .."2 3
Iiuounue ."6 i2 .ol'J
Quincy " .' I 4
Davenpor : 1 fiO .4T,y
Waterloo 1 .-1.".::
Hoik Ivlan.l 17 ;t .127
N A T I ON A L I.KAIl IE.
W. i.. I'.'t.
Chliapo 11 ,t; 1 .".
New Y'irk i ' .:n'.
I'lttsburuh .T 4 " : -V.'
I'hilii'I. ii'hia ;. 4t
St. Lollle HO ." 1 ..",11
Cincinnati .") .4.".;
Brookljn 43 ;7i
Boston L'7 S5 ..'11
AMEKB AN LEAGI E.
A. L. I't.
riuladrliiVia 7 1 4o I
D- troit 7" i .Mi::
B.-st.m :.ri .:. is
New York ' ' r.7 ..''i'.i
ClfVfl.'.ml .'v r.7
Chicago " 7 .". x . 1 ii
V."ahircton I ? 07 .2
St . Louis :; fi so .
A M I : K H - A N ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Fii.
Mlnncaj'o! s 7 2 .". ..",7 1
Colun. bus 7! .".7 .."..";
Kansas Ciy 7 ." v .T.:;n
St Paul t". 2 ', :, . 1 v s
'ilwaiikee ; I r,n . 50
Indiana j oiici ; t .ln
Toledo .". 7 .4" .'!
T,ouis il! .". 71 .4-'' 7
WESTERN LEAGI 'E.
W. L. nt.
Tenvrr v. i .t.i'J
Linr-ilii f'7 J . r,t;
Pueblo 7 . 4 4
St. .loyeyh 'i 5 4 .'
Siux City ."7 f' .47.r.
Topeka 4 7 7.? .332
T'e.- M'ir.s .'iii .
(' E N T T A I . A SSOCI A T I ON .
W. L. Pet.
Ottunia 7.", :: 7 .67'
BurlintTr. 7.5 n
Galtti.urK 2 .".4 .f.:!4
Moair.outh .12 62 .4.fi
Kewante T2 i4 .4 4 8
Hanr.ibal Z S 62 .3S0
MuRt-af.r.e 4:? 72 .374
Keokuk 4 0 73 . 2 4
HKiitl.TS 1 KS I I'Hnt V.
T M ! ; E E-E Y E L E AG L E
DanvHie. 4: Rock Island, 2.
Waterl jo. 3: Decatur. 0.
Da e;-.p rt. 4; Qu'ncy, 2.
DuliiV'c. 15 1: Peoria. 0 5.
Chicago, 6: New York, 2.
Philadelphia, 3; Pittsburgh, 2.
Cincinnati, 5; Boston, 3.
Brooklyn, 6; St. Louis. 1.
No pirr.es scheduled.
lr.t ianspol:, JO; Milwaukee, 1.
Mfficer.pclia. G; Lonisyllle, 2.
Cnlunstus, S 1: Kar.sra City.
C P.i"l 4 " Tn'iMn S 8
WESTER V LEAGUE.
OniEfca. 8; Lincoln. 2 (U In
ninps l .
Sioux City, 2; Topeka. 1,
Miss Nancy Grace Falls Before
Mrs. E. C. Roberts in Wo
man's Golf Match.
Then Ohland and Godwin Follow
Salt and the Game Is Won
Waterloo Defeats Decatur.
Darenport, Aug. 2 4 . Chapman's
throe-bagger and singles by Ohland
and Godwin after two were out in
the elgMb. gave the Prodigals the
game yesterday over Quincy, 4 to 2.
DAVENPORT R. H. P. A. E.
Sullivan, cf .... ... . 1
Koepping, 2b 0
Bromwich, 3b 0
Chapman, ss 1
Ohland. rf 2
O'Leary, lb 0
Godwin, If 0
Coleman, c 0
Dick, p 0
Total 4 9 27 9 2
QUINCY R. H. P. A. E.
Kerwin, rf 1 0 3 0 0
Hartman, If 0 2 1 0 0
Kahl. 3b 1 1 0 3 0
W. Donahue, cf 0 1 1 0 0
Myers, lb 0 2 12 0 0
F. Donahue, 2b 0 0 0 3 1
Clark, c 0 0 4 3 1
Hill, ss 0 0 3 1 1
Vyskocil, p 0 1 0 3 0
vt 3 I i
Third baseman Manusb, of the
New Orleans club, is claimed by
both the New York Giants and the
Cleveland Americana. Manager
Frank, of New Orleans, declares he
bought a clear title to Manush af
ter the Giants turned him back a
year ago. Then he sold the player
7 24 13
...0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 4
20000000 0 2
Stolen bases Sullivan, Koepping,
Ohland (2), Godwin. Three base hit
Chapman. Struck out By Dick,
7; by Vyskocil, 4. Bases on balls
Off Dick, 3; off Vyskocil, 2. Umpire
DIVIDE AT PEORI4.
Peoria. Aug. 24. Fountain's steal
of home in the first inning of the
second game featured, and Peoria
won, 5 to 1. Dubuque took the first
15 to 0. Score:
Davidson, If ....
R. Darringer, ss .
H. Darringer, 3b .
RESULT WAS A SURPRISE
o-er Whs 1 '.vh teil to Win or at
l'c IV a i 'onwinler for
Club's Title Again.
When score ranis were turned In
josrrday pfternooti Ht the rinse of
play for tiio women's championship
of Rock Island Arsenal Golf rlun,
ir was learned that .Miss Nancy
Grnre. rhampinn of the club last
year, had hern elimin.'ite.l by Mrs.
E. C. Roberts. 3 up 2. The result
was th surprise of the ppssnn, for
?.iis? Grare was pi kd as one of the
contestants in the finals. The match
uas rlos arid rx'-itint throughout.
Mis ETzal-eth All-n of Davenport,
ho .a- champion two seasons ago,
r.ol :-.n easy time defeating Miss
A ;: l-"i ke. s up 7. It soitjs more
thMi pToliatile that lio will lie the
ii!.er :;s;.!tn this year as her name
l.ns been retnarkaMy pood. .Miss
li-l-ii Davis and Mrs. Erank Mixter
wrf.t other winners in th" (liRht for
th.- hair pionsln '.
I I n? TfO MUCI.
In Ihe consolation cup flight. Miss
i;ion Vim.-nt lefeated Mrs. C. H.
Wilson. Mt.-s Clara llass defeated
Miss .Josephine Darling and Mrs. G.
W. French defeated Mrs. M. Wil
liams. Three ph.yers are left in this
nieht and after the drawing yes
terday fit the conrlusfon of the first
round of match play. Misses Vincent
;:ri Darling drew the pairing for to
day. Mrs. French will rest on her
laurels and play th winner of to
day's rnatrh. for the consolation cup
tomorrow. The results yesterday
Miss Allen defeated Miss Ficke, S
Mrs. Roberts defeated Mi6S Grace,
3 up 2.
;Jss Davis defeated Miss Elizabeth
Nott. 2 up.
Mrs. Mixter defeated Miss E. Put
nam, 3 up 1.
" Miss Vincent defeated Mrs. Wilson
6 up 3.
Miss Hass defeated Miss Darling,
3 up 2.
Mrs. French defeated Mrs. Wil
liams, 5 up 3.
The pairings for this afternoon:
Miss Allen and Miss Davis.
Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Mixter.
Mis Vincent ar.d Miss Darling.
Fountain, ss . .
Veach, rf . . . .
Biltz. cf ....
.larohs. c . . . .
H. P. A. E.
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0 12 0
0 0 3 0
0 12 2 0 !
0 2 4 0 !
1 ( 0 0
0 6 11
2 0 10
r. 2 4 13 1
II. P. A. E.
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0 0 0 0
0 ?. 0 0
0 2 0 0
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which is promoting the Wolgast-Mc-Farland
boxing contest scheduled for
Sept. 15. has sent word to McFarland
that he would have to cancel his bout
with Kelly at St. Louis Labor day or
give up his chance at Champion Wol
gast. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 24. Charlie
McKeever, once one of the star light
weights of the east, is dead in a hos
pital here from pneumonia. He was
47 years old. McKeever was famous
for his ring prowess in the '90's. His
greatest effort was a draw with Jack
McAuliffe at Coney island in eight
rounds in 1S94. McKeever fought such
cracks as Owen Ziegler, Jack Ever
hardt and Kid Lavigne. He had been
a vaudeville actor since quitting the
Mo'f Will Bo Divided Aiivmi; the
V.lrncr of the Ko- Main
2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1
New York, Aug. 21. Joe Jeannette',
the colored heavyweight, proved a real
dark cloud to the "white hope" aspira
tions of Dummy Maxon at the Fair
mount Athletic club last night. Before
less white invader from the middle
west was prone on the canvas, vigor
ously shaking his head at Referee Job
in intimation that he had quite enough
of the dusky boy's game. While the
bout was a great disappointment, those
who Journeyed to the Bronx had a
chance to look over Carl Morris, the
Oklahoma "white hope." who is here
to meet Jim Flynn in the near future.
Morris is a typical farmer boy. as
bashful as a Bryn Mawr maiden, and
blushed a regular six-ctriim whi n introduced.
Dubuque 0 rt 1 0 0 0 o 0 01
Stolen liases Fountain (2). Veach
(2), Bilt7. I2i, Stis 21. Manusch.
Two base hits Fountain, Bourher.
Struck out By Fosberg. fi; by Pren
dergast. 3. Bases on balls Off Fos
berg. .'! ; off Prendorgast, 2. Umpire
Peoria ....oooooooo o n p
i Dubuque ..06 0 61002 1 7 2
Batteries Tammen, MrGrew and
McDonald; Akers and Alln.
WATERHIO. 3; IlKCtTt It, O.
Waterloo, Aug. 24. Pitching bril
liant ball and accorded spectacular
support in pinches. Hendrix held De
catur to three scattered hits and
Waterloo won 3 to 0. Wolfe and
Beiter scoring on an infield out was
the feature. Score:
C. Collins, cf
Fremer, 2b .
Wolfe, rf 1
Beiter, lb ..
! Wilkes. 3b . .
Hendrix. p . .
HOUNDS TO PURSUE
THE HARES TONIGHT
V. M. f A. leml.-rs Nil! Trail C. E.
Oilman and Dr. W. K. Martin
in Walk About City.
"The "hare and .hound" Hiar.o in
which C. E. (iilman. physical direc
tor at the Y. M. C. A., and Dr. W. E.
Martin will be trailed over the city
by a squad of Y. M. C A. members.
is to come off tonight. The hares
will wear white hats and suits to
attract' attention and the followers
must trail thern by informa'ion fur
nished b' pedestrians and residents
along the route that is followed. Af
ter the chase, the party will repair
to the V. M. C. A., where a lunch
w ill be served.
Baseball Boiled Down
Ixfton, cf 0
Kommers, rf 0
Bell, 2b 0
Smith, lb 0
Johnson, c 0
J. Collins, If o
Jack, ss 0
McGuire, 3b 0
Willis, p 0
R. 11. P. A. E.
"Chick" Frazer whiffed 14 bats- j
men yesterday at Danville. The Is- j
landers were unable to sandwich in
enough hits to overcome the lead of
j three runs secured In the first in
MrN'lrhol proved that Manager
McCarthy made a good guer-s when
( he signed him to finish the season
with the Speakers when he stole sec
ond, third and home.
Dubuque set a record at Peoria
yesterday by making 15 runs on sev
en hits. Peoria made five errors and
several miscues, no doubt.
Chicago, Attg. 24. Everything is in
readiness for the running of the Amer
ican Automobile association's second
annual stock chassis read races at
Elgin under the auspices of the Chi
cago Motor club, Aug. 25 and 26. Ist
year there were 40.000 paid admissions
to the event and this year it is expect
ed that the attendance will reach S0,
000. With favorable weather conditions
several track records may be broken,
in the opinion of experts, and the
course is now considered one of tha
fastest in the world. Ten thousand
dollars hasbe(u expended in improv
ing the course since the last race meet.
Seventy thousand gallons of oil have
been put on the course in the past
month, which has had the effect of
hardening the surface and making it
practically dustless. The Elgin track
Is SV? miles in length, over a triangle
course, and for most of the distance
is 54 feet wide.
ROADS ARE TREATED.
The roads leading to Elgin from
Chicago and other adjacent cities have
been treated with a dust-proof liquid
for the benefit of the thousands who
will go to the races in automobiles.
Prizes aggregating $15,000 will be dis
tributed among the winners of the four
Persons interested in automobile
racing from nearly every sune in the
union will attend..
The officials who will act at the El
gin races this year embrace the best
known automobile racing experts in tho
country. Thirty five cars, piloted by
some of the best known automobile
drivers in the world, will compete in
the four events scheduled for tho two
A few of the famous automobile
drivers who will compete in the prin
cipal events are:
Harry Grant, the only driver who
ever won the VanderbUt cup race twice
In succession. He won this race in
190!) and 1910.
Ralph De Palma. known as the speed
king of the American tracks and hold
er of a majority of race records.
John Ait-ken, winner of many long
distance and speedway contests.
Ralph Mulford, winner of the Elgin
national road race last year and I ho
driver who finished 4. seconds behind
the winner in last year's Vanderbilt
Spencer Wlshart. w inner of many au
tomobile races in England and Franco.
These drivers constitute the "Big
Fixe" at the meeting.
CAMI'S A HK KS T IS..
Camps have been established for
each of the cars entered in the races
and ElUn and the adjoining towns are
crowded with automobile men. Iriv
ers who have inspect' d the course a.te
loud in their praise of the work done
by the officials. Driver .Icffkins, an
Australia! , who has seen all the fa j
mous courses in Europe, declares that :
not one of them compares with the i
Ralph De I'alma .the driver, rxprrts
to see the big race won at 7" miles an
hour, while the more consepx a' ive lie
lieve the maximum speed will be tit!
miles an hour.
Governor Dene' n will see an auto
mobile race for the firs' time in his
life when he attends the opening day
of the Elgin meet as the nuest of hon
or. He is particularly inter's-1 .i in
seeing the Illinois cup race run.
i'rutii i: not its i ii:k.
The hours he' ween 11 and I o'clock
have been set apart for practice each
day, atid the drivers already on the
ground are taking advantage of the op
portunity offered to acquaint them
selves with the details of the course.
The track is crowded with racers each
day, and arrangements have been made
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)cn Wednesday and Saturday
Evening. I'hone Wmt 122.
to have the 3rd infantry regiment and
the 1st cavalry of the Illinois National
Guard patrol the course during the
Total 0 3 24 13 1
Decatur 00000000 0 0
Waterloo 00001 200 3
Stolen bases Wolfe, Long. Three
base hit Nagle. Struck out Ry
Hendrix. 6; by WJIUs, 7. Bases on
balls Off Hendrix, 3; off Willis. 1.
1 Rourd Trip.
To Burlington and return on steam
ier Cclum'jla, Sunday, Aug. 27. Leaves
j 7:45 a. m . Five hours In Burlington.
W. A. Blair, Dsacuser. Ptoce 1SS.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 24. The Bad
ger Athletic club has matched Jimmy
Clabbjr and Mike Gibbons of St, Paul
for lta next ahow Sept. 1. Ray Tem
ple, a local lightweight, has been
' matched with Kid Graves of Cleveland.
Ohio, for the semi-final.
Milwaukee. Wis.. Aug. 24. Frank
iMuIkern of the National Athletic club,
It will he but two days till the Is
landers are home. Hade Myers'
Quincy veterans will be the oppon
Superior, Wis., Aug. 24. Th first
no-hit game of the season in the Minnesota-Wisconsin
league was pitched
here yesterday afternoon by Cy Dahl
gren of the Superior team against
Rochester, Superior winning 1 to 0.
Only 27 men faced Dahlgren In nine
innings. One man reached first, but
was doubled on the next play. Time
of game 1:24.
Toledo, Aug. 24. Grover Land,
catcher for the St. Taul American
association team, was arrested for
assault and battery by Cleveland of
ficers here yesterday and taken back
to Cleveland. He is said to have
asEaulted the gatekeeper at the
! Clevtlccd park.
ll I . n s. MIKHRIRD.
Sherrard baseball enthusiasts bav
.irraimed for two gain" to be play
ed at Sherrard tomorrow and Satur
day afternoons between the Sherrard
and Washington. Iowa, baseball
teams. Washington, playing a salar
ied team, defeated the Sherrard team
recently at Washington. And in at
a matter of no little expense.' Shr
r.ird h;ts arranged the games. i'.otli
w ill he called at 2 : 15.
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laxatives I )r. King's New Life Pills
and that they're a Meaning to all his
family. Cure constipation, headache,
indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25 cents,
at all druggists.
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