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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, JUNE 24. 1012.
FAMOUS BOATS TO
More famous speed boats will gather
it Davenport July 4, 5 and 6 for the 5ta
annua regatta of the M. V. P. B. A.
than ever before hare participated in
an event of this kind. The raring
authorities are correct on this point.
Even the bis regatta of the east In
which some of the famous boats have
participated have never hen ab'.e to J
show so many championship entries
from all sections of tb country. More- j
ever, experts confidently make the j
prediction that the speed record of
42 mil per hour will be shattered
Into flinders. Commodore Blackton
o? Brooklyn Yacht club who has enter
ed Baby Reliance predicts a speed of J
f." mllos an hour for his boat at Dav i
enport and Reliance 11 of Detroit has
been entered by her owner the Smith J
Ran Boat company of Alionac, Mice.,
who claims the boat has already dor.'
;' mil'-s an hour. If thir statements
are not exaeeeraffi vici'ors to the
Davenport regatta will have an p
iKirtijnifv of seeing all exceeding
rcnrd for see.i boats knoc ked into a
mi ked hat. j
Among 'he famous speed boa's enter-1
'! for the recatta in addition to Re-1
li;mce 1 and 11. are Disturber HI. a 4't l
f'ot. 21 fviinder wonder, owned by J
fv.inn.'ulore p;igh of f'hicaso: Wis
v. am M of Astoria. Ores' n. hich has
made t.e'ter than 4T, miles an hour;
Kitty Maw k r.f ln'roi' ar.d leading
I. H'.y !I of iiii ria 111., aid other al
most equally famous vexneis have been
entered not on'y from the Mississippi j
valley region iu' from bo'h coasts an j
v 11. ' j
There will be no Ions drean waits j
birwe n races Midi a occasionally
n ark n resatta of this discr;p'ion. A i
Hi' clal race c .minittee appoin'ed !a"t j
'ear bv the M. v. p. B. A. will see to;
!t that the contests ate run off as horse j
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THOUGH WHITE SOX SLIP. PING DODIE
STILL DUSTS A FENCE OCCASIONALLY
There baa been a great falling off
In the work of the Chicago White
Box these last few weeks, and Jim- ,
my Callahan's boys have stopped
counting the money which they were j
going to win in the world's series.
But Ping Bodie, the Box outfielder,
who wen a reputation for busting
fences last year, still continues to
make an occasional bom run.
Bodle Isn't at the top In the bat
ting averages, but ne Sa doing good
work with the stick Just the same.
He Is a good outfielder, too. There
are faster men on the bases and
there are more patient waiters at the
plate, but he is overcoming an early
tendency to hit at bad ones. Calla
han likes bim. and says the young
ster Is In big league company to stay.
Thursday. August 15, has. been set
aa the day for the annual farmers' J
picnic, which will be held at Lyford'a
grove, a short distance above Port J
Byron, on the banks of the Mississlp- j
Plans are now nnder way for the
annual outing which has come to be
an event of interest to the people of
the entire upper end of the county.
While the program has not been out
lined. It is understood that the events
will be dmilar to those of previous
years. Two baseball games will be the
principal events of interest in the
line of 6porta, and these will be sup
plemented by races of various kinds.
The committee on speakers has sev
eral gifted orators in view and this
part of the program will be well cared
The following committees have been
appointed to look after the various
details of the outing:
Printing A. Saddorts, John Fife and
W. H. Groh.
Music William "McRoberts, S. I
Woodburn and Charles Eipper.
Amusements J. E. Donahoo, E. G.
McRoberts and J. C. Mose.
Flag F. L. Ashdown and C. H. Sad
doris. Speakers W. F. Garnett and J. W.
Privileges W. H. Ashdown.
Soliciting William Wintefelt, Wil
liam Moody and J. C. Mose.
A Nebraska man drove his Maxwell 28,600
miles during 18 months repairs only $6!
V ' t
Standing of Clubs
1'22 races. This means that the great crowd 'sport without any feature to detract
sssasB.of spectators will enjoy sensational (from their enjoyment of the occasion
W. L. Pet.
New York 43 11 .796
Chicago 30 22 .577
Pittsburgh 31 23 .574
Cincinnati 32 27 .542
Philadelphia 21 2S .423
Brooklyn 21 31 .4"4
Si. Ixiuis 21 37 .3!)3
Boston IS 41 .305
XV. L. Pet.
40 19 .67$
36 25 .59'!
36 25 .590
32 24 .571
27 30 .474
29 33 .40S :
17 36 .379 j
.16 41 .2S1
And this repair item, according to this owner's
letter, was due to running into a fence at night. For
ordinary wear and tear over a daily mail route 27
miles long he had not a single repair expense during
This owner also found his daily 27-mile trip
costs him about 30 cents.
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an operating expense as low?
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-WATCH TOWER PARK-
Began SATURDAY, June 22
Concerts Afternoon and Evening
10c ADMISSION e10c
Program for Tuesday, June 25
1. March. Entry of the Gladiators."
2. Ovirturc. pinorah." ...Meyerbeer.
iDtcrmctio. "1 Mala Vita." ...
4. "Second Hungarian Phapsody,'. . .
("aii r.ias by Antonio Dorimo.
6 Cr:ure. "Lieut Cavalry," ..SurP.
6. 0;ratta. "The Spring Maid." ...
7. 'Dance Macatre," (Dance of
S Grand March and Chorus from
"AlJtt." Act : Verdi.
1. March. "The Quen of Sheba." ...
2. Overture, "Sakuntala," . . .Goldmark.
3. Clarinet Solo. "Adacio and Taran
Attonio D-i imo.
4 "L'Africaine," Grand Fantasie, ...
I'nicon Prelude Thorns of Bishops
Soprano Aria Sep'et Barltoa
Aria Grand Finale Solos by Mr.
5. Operatta, "The Quaker Girl," ...
6. "Irgo, from Symphony, "The
New World." Dvoraa.
?. Waltx. "Soldatenlleder." Guct
S. "Ia Soncambula," Grand Scene
and Quintet B-Uini.
Messrs, D'Amico, D'Ippolito, Croce,
Giulii and Ijberau.
W. L. Pet.
Toledo 45 2 4 Sh2
Columbus 40 2t; .;;;:
Minneapolis 42 20 .6H
Milwaukee li't 4'l .423
Kansas City 34 35 .4iC
Indianapolis 2S 41 .4U
St. Paul 27 43 .3Sfi
, Louisville 24 41 .309
avenue. Phone west, blood; her bright eyes from restful or ailing try them. 50c at all druggistg.
Burlington 32 20
Kewanee 30 21
Monmouth 2s 23
Galesburg 26 2S
Hannibal 25 2$
Keokuk 22 30
Muscatine 17 35
j XV. L. Pet. i
St. Joseph 38 25 .507 ;
Denver 33 29 .532 j
Sioux City 32 29 .525!
Des Moines 31 29 .517 ;
I Omaha 32 30 .516!
; Wichita 30 33 .476 !
Lincoln 25 32 .439;
'Topeka 22 30 .379 j
Davenport, 2; Peoria, 1, (11 innings).
Dubuque, 7; Quincy, 4.
Decatur, 0; Blooraington, 1.
Springfield. 3; Danville, 1.
Chicago. 4; St. Louis. 2.
Cincinnati, 12; Pittsburgh, 1.
Chicago, 1; Cleveland, 2.
St. Louis, 6; Detroit, 7.
Kansas City, 4-0; Minneapolis. 12 9.
Indianapolis, 7-6; Columbus, 2-5.
Milwaukee, t-3; St. Paul, C-l.
Toledo, 6-4; Louisville, 5-1;
Kewanee, 2-1; Burlington. 0 2.
Hannibal, 2; Muscatine, 1.
Keokuk, 3;.Ottumwa, 10.
Galesburg, 4-4; Monmouth, 2-6.
Racine, j: Oshkosh. 2; (12 innings).
Madison, i-8; Appleton, 1-2.
Rockford, 1; Wausau, 0.
South Bend. f; Canton, 6.
Fort Wayne, g; Voun?stown, 0.
Terre Haute. 2: Erie. S.
Grand Rapids, 0: Wheeling. 7.
Springfield, 3; 7.anesville, 2.
Dayton, 6; Akron. 2.
Topeka, 3; Lincoln. .
PL Joseph. 3; Des Moir.es. 0.
Omaha. 3-1; Sioux 'i;y. 5-4.
Wichita, 5-2: iK-nr'r. 2-C.
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE.
Lincoln. 3; Streator, 0.
Pekin, 2; Canton. 6.
Champaign, 3-10; Kankakee, 133.
C, JX. I. & P. S. D. Fairman,
2929 Fifth avenue.
Rock Island Pirates Manager,
Dwicht La Grance. 452 Forty-fifth
Lawndales W. Geiger, manager, ;
South Heights Frank Emlg, mana- j
ger, 1730 Second avenue.
Hock I sland Oakdales R. Ack
ley, manager, 847 Twenty-first street.
Phone West 1279-X.
Harley Flemings 1500 Block
Team Joe Deisenroth, manager,
phone west 1687.
i Crescents Manager Lester Bleu-
er. 718 Thirteenth street.
IUess' 2 700 Block Manager A.
Rhoel. 27o3 Seventh avenue. Phone
Teddy Bears Manager ISadore
Finkelstein, 2623 Fifth avenue.
Phone West 1 295-L.
Rock Island Sluggers Manager
Roy Stapleton, 2709 Sixth avenue.
Phone West 17Y after 7 p. m.
Moline Independents Emery May
field, manager; 822 Fifth avenue, Mo
line; phone east 555.
Grafton Tig rs Vincent Volkmann,
manager, 2J28 Eighteenth-and a half
Moline Tigers Charles Crippen,
manager, 1412 Twenty-sixth avenue,
Moline. Phone east 390-L.
Moline Independents Emery May
field, manager, 822 Fifth avenue, Mo
line. Phone east 555-L.
Moline West Ends J. Mordhurst,
manager, 519 Fourth avenue. Phone
Manufacturers Thomas J. Price,
manager, 727 Twelfth street, Moline.
230ij"s C. W. Bunch, manager, 2309
Fif'.h avenue, Moline.
Central Athletic Club Manager at
1323 Seventh avenue, Moline, after 7
Davenport Cardinals Henry Weaw
erling, manager. Phone North 1701-J.
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j The Rock Island Sluggers slugged '
j the Teddy Bears through the ropes '
yesterday afternoon at Harder' g dia-j
; mond. the count ending 20 to 1. The j
; Teddy Bears were helpless before the
clever pitching of Wilbert Mayers:
I while the offerings of Dewey Erbstein
! for the Teddy B ars were eagerly taken :
! by his opponents. The victory boosted
jthe record of the winners to 13 out of
15 games, and the Sludgers are now
out with a chalk-rise for any team of j
I players averaging up to 17 years old.
j Manager Roy Stapleton can be reach-;
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The Rock Ii-land Boosters, yesterday
afternoon at Island Citv park, won a
hotly contested game from the Happy
Corners, the core bein 2 to 0. Spiller
i for the losers piuhed great ball and
deserved to win but Irson's twiriing
t for the Boosters was also gilt edged
'and his support was better than that
Hoostf-rr' r:u; came in th- Eecond Is,
The cau.o of nil sk;r.
the blood; tr.i t-jt:r,ie 13 al'.v. -5
Impurities. Wjoa the b'.cx i :-,
cannot perforin it ;
ustead it irrit-t:.-
ir.ning followirg a sacrifice fly to Kft' pores and pl&rs li
and the second run came in the ItcLisg unu s
, ( j..: :,! t
Happy Comers George Huber, man
ager. Phoce west SS7-I
Mohawks Fred ch;li, manager; 52S
Fritz's Coiu H. F. Meyer, mana-
'eighth following errors.
Move ci No t
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R. I. H. S. Juclo.-s Manager W. don't bilidr.ze the boweis. They gent-';
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Booster bail cl-u Arthur OhlweU-. tct-ith ioLows. 2ic at all drugiriata- i
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