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Evening times-Republican. [volume] (Marshalltown, Iowa) 1890-1923, May 10, 1916, Image 10

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Todaymore purchasers of the prac
tical
uall-year-round,
cars boy De­
troit Elecbics than any other make,
either of gasoline or electric type.
the serious-minded seeker after the
truth about motor car values this marked
public preference for the Detroit Electric
significant
For it meant tKat the largest single
"all-year-"round-car"
gTOup
of the
buyers in America has
reached the conclusion that the Detroit Electric
is die car that offers the best investment.
Remember, there are enclosed automobiles lower
in price than the Detroit Electric. And there
are enclosed automobiles higher in price.
Yet far more buyers of the "all-year-round"
type of car select Detroit Electrics than any
other—either
of higher or lower price, or of
gasoline or electric type.
Evidently then, it not price that has Von for
Detroit Electrics this place of prominence in the
of critical motor car buyers.
It is the car itself—its quality—its performance
—its visible, provable superiority—that has
earned this overwhelming endorsement Strong
claims for Detroit Electric performance are
easily proved by a practical road demonstration.
Remember—the Detroit Electric im
a quality car at a moderate price
ROSKOPF AUTO CO.
At the Marshalltown Buggy Co. Building
Linoleums
For Sanitation
For Ease of Care
For Long 'Wear
For Desirable Appearance
The selection was never more
S complete as to patterns and colorings
in both inlaid and printed either 6
$or 12 feet widths.
Right now is the best time to
lay the linoleum and with the ad
vance in pric#e that has taken place
at the mills right now is the best
time to purchase your linoleum.
Wood patterns in linoleum,
petroline and congoleurn for borders
around your rugs. The right colors
and the right quality.
llOViiitijj'
FURNITURE
I I W v\ N
13. A,. Thurber
Auto Repairing and Suppliei
At Marshalltown Buggy Co.
Building, 3rd Avenue and
Church Street
ie, Red 1212
Iff
MARSHALLTOWN DEFEATED, 6 TO
4, BEFORE HOLIDAY CROWD
OF NEARLY 3,000.
HOWARD IS DRIVEN
FROM GAME IN THIR0
Denver Lad Fails to Fix Up Hie Ser
vice and Clinton Hits at Will—Er­
rors Contribute to Visitors' Early
Lead Marshalltown Makes Game
Rally in Late Innings.
Getting to Howard in the early In
jnings, causing his retirement at the
end of the third, and profiting by
Marshalltown's misplays, the Clinton
Pilots scored six runs before the home
I team had drawn blood in the opening
frame of the season on the home
|srounds Tuesday afternoon, and
eventually won by a majority of 6 to
4. A holiday crowd of almost 3,000
people witnessed the game.
Coming* from behind, after they
were apparently hopelessly beaten, the
I home guard made a determined effort
I to claim the verdict, staging two ral
I lies, hut falling short by a brace of
tallies of tieing up the returns.
Howard's service, which was "nuts"
for the visiting aggregation, slips in
fielding ly the home outfit at critical
stages, some swell fielding on occasion
ly the visitors, and the break of luck
united to defeat Boyle's boys in the
first home game.
At that the game was not devoid of
its thrills. Hitting, was free in both
camps, and the raily of the local corps
in the late afternoon. and several
brilliant fielding accomplishments by
nthletes on both sides, gave the holi
day attraction a touch of sgflsational
ism at times.
I the fans
openina loudly
diamond stars.
of the sport in the effort.
the early days
central west.
Williams, who had pitched the first
ball for Marshalltown's first organized
club just fifty years ago this summer,
bent and feeble by time's heavy hand,
sent the ball up as he did a half cen
tury ago. but it lacked the old-time
speed and deceptive break which
caused him to be regarded as a master
Boyle's Team Crippled.
Manager Boyle is not an alibi seeker,
but in justice to his team it should be
understood that it went into the game
Tuesday under a heavy handicap, two
regular members of the team being on
'the sidelines. Prough. who is to play
first, is suffering with tonsilitis, and
•cliff" i^ee. the first string catcher.
I had not sufficiently recovered from his
I recent injury at Cedar Rapids to ap
pear in his position in the opener.
Disorganization of batting order and
the absence of men from regular
positions, doubtless weakened the
home club both offensively and de
fensively.
Howard Driven From Slab.
Howard, the Denver youth, was on
the board for the opener, and when
he mounted the deck at the conclusion
of the opening ceremonials, he car
ried the faith and hope of the great
crowd brought together to start the
season off with a victory. For one in
ning he looked the winner, his curves
breaking nicely and the first three
'linton batters being retired in order,
one on a foul to left field and the
other two via first base.
Then it happened. Errors paved the
way to Howard's downfall in the
second and a fusilade of healthy swats
FOR.
ONLY
And Coupon
TIMES-RE PUB WC AN, M&RSHALLTOWN, IOWA: MAY 10.1916.
STANDING Or CLtTBS
Results Tuesday.
At Marshalltown—'Clinton,
shailtown, 4.
Pilots Mass Their Hits.
This lead only tended to nerve the
isitors to greater efforts,_and four
hits registered in the third session re
sulted in another pair of tallies and
caused the exit of Howard. Ih this
frame Hqward pitched too good—every
ball apparently seemed destined to cut
the heart of the pan. Wilkes opened
the round with a clean single and Har
rel sent him down with a sacrifice bunt
to Collins. A wild heave by Howard
moved Wilkes to the far corner, from
whence he scored on Xolt's bingle.
Schliebner singled, sending Nolt to
third, and Miller's safe swat scored the
little outfielder. Miller went to second
on the throw-in and then stole third.
Menne flied to LeBeau and Miller was
flagged at the plate, LeBeau making
beautiful throw to complete the double
play.
doubled to right
An
Marsha
11
tow
of the early some good Held
among the ball players
dav \t the plate it dropped, too low might have accomplished their mlesu
for Mitchell to "freeze" onto it. btft Twice, prior to the sixth, a ba»«.
gathered for the season
cheered the old
to cmnpiet* the
Wil
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P. W\L.
Muscatilne 8
Clinton .i 1
•Cedar Rapids 8
Burlington 8
Marqhalltown 8
Fort Dodge 8
Waterloo
iMason City 8
Harrel, 2b ^.... 4
Mar-
At Fort Dodge—Fort Dodge, 2 Bur
lfigton, 1. (Twelve. Innings.)
At Waterloo—Ceda^ Rapids, 4 ^Wa
terloo, 8. (Eleven Innings.)
At Mason City—Muscatine, 7 'Mason
City, 1
Gamaa Today and Thursday.
Clinton at (Marshalltown.
Burlington, at Fort Dodge.
Cedar Rap'ids at Waterloo.
iMuscatine at .Mason City.
center, sending the Pilot first base
man across with the first run of the
game. Durham let Miller's hit get
away, and Miller went to third. Menne
dumped a bunt in front of Howard,
who had sufficient time to have
thrown him out at first, but he dele
gated to play for Miller at the plate,
and failed, the latter beating the
throw by inches.
LeBeau, If
Durham, rf
Collins, lb
Blank, as
an 2
Harrison,
ward,
Hickman,
•Lee
flrsl
Pioneer Athletes Participate.
The opening ceremonies recalled
days that are gt-ine. when Kinney Wil
liams. hero of scores of battles on the
diamond years acn in the days of
Anson, mounted the rubber to pitch
the first ball to "Kanny" Mitchell, his
old receiver. Standing on the side line
to watc the pioneer battery in action schliebner took tmru Charles Pothaat, Former Vancleve
were Judse J. II. Parker and John, but was out a* the plate when Kunic
gerioo#| Hurt
ohnrn. also members of the old Mar- gathered in
thl
other corner of the £iela lor inret.
bases. Nolt loping home on the blow ment.
S£2£
Schliebner took third on Miller's single,
Men"e
shalls, a team of baseball giants in threw to Harrison- •. jevs
we tamw
two hits being ail that wire garnerea
from Hickman offerings in the clo
runner stood on third and pleaded fo
the hit that would brln* him home, but
his pleadings were vain.
"Tommy'' Ry§n was the lad to de
liver in the* sixfth.
1
LeBeau and Pur-j
ham paved the way homeward with,
sharp singles. tb« latter driving a
I sizzler thru the pitcher's box. In the
pinch Coliins was an easy out at first
'and Blank lifted a fly to Miller. But 1
Ryan broke up the whitewash aspira
tions of Drohan's crew when he rippeJ
ofT a dew drop hit over second, scoring
LeBeau and Durham. He was then
flagged- at Becyihf-^rti an attempted!
steal. 1
Second Rally Staged.
Hopes ran high in the next chapter
when two more were shoved across in
the mad drive to overtake the visitors.
With one down Hickman hit for a
base. Murphy duplicated, hitting to
Miller, who let the ball thru him,
man completing his homeward trip and
Murphy going to third. Euniek drew
a
pass and then pulled a double steal
with Murphy. Brown's throw to sec
ond was low and the retijrn to the
plate was delayed Just Irfjng enough for
Murphy to beat it by Inches. Eunlck
meanwhile raced on to third. LeBeau
fouled out and Nelson then served
Durham four wide ones, insisting that
1 he walk to first. In this emergency
Collins hit to left, Milligan making a
nice running catch to retire the side.
In the two closing acts of tbe per-
-1 «-J* OVTM.VCT UtC IW" VIVS »"D
finished him in the third. Schliebner formance the hoodie club was not even
led off in the second with a spanking I threatening.
single and a moment later Howard Featuring the game were Wilkes
threw into the bleachers in pegging to circus catch of LeBeau's liner in uie
first. Miller spanked a two-ply rap to I third, and DeBeau's throw to the plate
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CLINTON.
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Milligan, If
Brown, 4
Nelson, 4
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^MARSHALLTOWN.
A O A
5 1 2 0 0 0
0 6
2 4
2
Murphy, cf
Eunlck, Sb 4
4 10 27 14
•Batted for Hickman in niflth.
Score by innings:
Clinton 02202000 0—6
Marshalltown 00000220 0—4
Three-base hits—Nolt, -Blank. Two
base hits—Harrel, 'Menne, Murphy,
Sacrifice hits Harrel, Milligan (2).
Stolen bases—Miller. Murphy, Euniok
(2). Double 'play—LeBeau to Har
rison. Struck out—By Nelson, 5 by
Hickman, 1. Bases on balls-^Off Nel
son, 2, Hits—Off Howard. «. in three
innings off Hickman, 5 in six innings.
Time of game—1:42. Umpire Schuler.
DOUBLE -HEADER «UNDAY.
Two Games Scheduled Between .Mar
shalltown and Cedar Rapids.
..The first double header of the sea
son will be played Sunday, May 14,
between Marshalltown and Cedar
Rapids. This is a regularly scheduled
double header, and the admission for
the two games is 50 cents to all parts
of the grounds. Owing to the two
games being played the first game will
be called at 2:15 o'clock.—Advertise
ment.
LADIES' FREE DAYS.
Hickman as Relief Worker.
Hickman, late of the "Feds," was
rushed to the firing line, vice Howard,
and he quickly disposed of the J5"11ijadies' days at the baseball games will
three men to face him. Ini the fifth.
Women to Be Admitted to Basoball
Games Free on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Thru a mistake on the 0)fflciul score
icj»-d the announcement is made that
obwrve( on
however, two extra base hits and an announcement should have
error resulted in another braceo run*.
Wednesdays and Frl-
TuesdayR and Fridays the
which seemed never to come previous years. There has been!
but in pairs. With one down Harrel. a an1 ladiea'
same'
4ays W.U
be:
Tuesdays and Fridays. Advertise-
BADLY INJURED WH.LE PLOWING
.XaV^ended the Vharles Pothast. who lived at Van-:
l)r)til
this spring, when he moved
I to Manson. was badly, and it may
,n ,hr w'rrglrne^ prove dangerously injured, according
ir.g four frames. pothast got his foot CHUghf
Begm Uf^Hd! F'aht.
'representatives went out «hoe was torn from his foot a^d fleid,
Aiarsnaiuown ii-vj: the game, from hi* leg as deep as the bone. I
Lnnd b\rnng the break of the luck and Twenty-five stitches were required to.
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work by the visitors, close the wounds.
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it
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