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. MONDAY TOE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY 17, 1920.
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P THEN ISLANDERS GO THERE ;
TEAMS FIGHTING FOR THE TOP
Kuti Early Enough to Spoil
Cksnee for Three Straight Off
Bloomers.
As tilings now . stand In the
nrte-Ejr pennant race with Rock
jglmd leading Rockford by a half
mm, the six-game series between
got two teams which starts to
ssy at Douglas park, and ends May
0 at Rockford. Is going to mean
pitch to one or the other. If the
IilinJers take the majority of the
toneta it will place them in a
fcir-r comfortable lead at the top
of the heap, and so likewise with
Borkford. Therefore the fans have
ercry assurance that the games
Till produce the very best the play
r ie capable .of showing and
the contests should be nip and tuck
affairs.
TV rain of yesterday broke just
in time to spoil a scheduled clash
'with Bloomington and the Island
ers were all primed to tate tne nn
il of the series, just by way of giv
ta? the rest of the teams in the cir
cuit gomehing to talk about But
at It was the tears started to fall
lightly and then with ever increas
ing force about an hour and a half
before game time. Umps Weir
add off until the last minute be
fore calling off hostilities. This
makes two games between the Is
laaders and Bloomers that have
teen called off and which will
jbvo to be played off at a future
dtte as parts of double-headers,
c Anyhow the canceling of yes
terday's contest leaves the pitch
ing staff oi the Islanders in first
clan shape for the Rockford series
here. Dennis was the probable
tliol-'e for today's game, with Ben
Jonef for tomorrow and possibly
Stewa-t or Cam Smith, the latter a
loothpaw, for the final on Wednes
day. From reports Rockford has as
sembled a taicnted outfit of play
' tn who are Intent on annexing the
&
Lodgers for the Sight.
Since we are "lodgers for the night,
At this old Wayside Inn called -
Earth,"
Where by tomorrow we shall leave'
Cpon some new road's endless
girth
I often wonder why we have,
Amid the clash of brain and
brawn.
So little time for fellowship.
Before we leave the Inn at dawn.
How little time we take to see
Beyond the old Inn's window
panes
The tar-dust faint upon the fields,
The trees that whisper down the
lanes
Is place of which we give our
dreams
To fame and rank of little worth.
We who are "lodgers for the night
At this old Wayside Inn called
Earth."
he Old Uattlc.
(Wherein Kid Youth meets Doc
Abe once more.)
' The main battle in baseball is
Mt for any pennant It is a bat
tt of Youth trying to break in and
A? trying to hold on.
This is more Important than any
Pennant since it is a matter of pay
"I the rent buying bread and
Beat and wearing clothes.
Also, it is a battle that began to
tow place long before any pen
Hants were ever heard of.
Two of the most interesting fea
tures of the National and American
JjWiea today are the battles of
all sort battles that involve bat
lug leadership of both circuits.
Where Youth Leads.
xonth, or comparative youth,
l taken charge of the National.
year Eddia Roush led the
Wh, with Hornsby secend.
M two belong to the younger
wool rho picked up where Wag-
Magee and Daubert left off.
'Pruig finds Hornsby well out
ont with other comparatively
Toon Bia,. j
. - ...hv. o wen uy aruuuu me
g. Those featuring the Nation-
8
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NoJmetal can.touchlyou
give satisfaction
- -tj
ROX CRASH BALL
FOR 8 TO 2 WIN
FROM BROWNIES
Rockford. 111., May 17. Mordecal
Brown displayed a wide variety on
the mound lor Terre Haute yes
terday, but the locals hit luckily
and won S to 2? Hill was invinci
ble until he eased up in the eighth
inning. Score;
Terre Haute ..0 0000002 02
Rockford 0 0035000 i 8
PHILS BREAK JINX
BY BEATING REDS
IN 15 INNINGS
Cincinnati, Ohio, May 17. Phila
delphia broke its losing streak of
nine straight by winning from the
Reds in the fifteenth inning, 3 to 2.
Ring and Rixey both pitched fine
ball. In the fifteenth R. Miller
walked, went to third when Kopf
muffed Allen's throw as he stole,
and scored on Rixey's long fly to
center. Score:
R. H. E.
3 12 1
2 13 2
Philadelphia '..
Cincinnati . .-. . .... . ...
Batteries Ripey and
Withrow;
Ring and Rariden, Allen.
1320 gonfalon to their own back
yards. On TIm.-sday, Friday and Satur
day the Islanders appear at Rock
ford; returning to Cedar Rapids
for a three-game series before
swinging home to meet Moline at
Molhie in the first regularly sched
uled games of the season. Cedar
Rapids comes here on May 29 and
30, tiie latter a Sunday on which
two games are scheduled. Moline
then comes over on the the street
car for a double bill on May 31,
being the observance of Memorial
d,iy.
TLKHT
Grantand Rice
al league in the main have come to
the surface within the last five or
six years, and this element is al -
most sure to predominate again.-
Hornsby and Roush look to have
!lPe "est cnance tor Batting leaner
ship, for they have proved their
worth in the school tf slug before.
Where Old Guard Reigns.
The younger school has not yet
succeeded in breaking up the reign
of the Old Guard in the American.
This has been largely due to the
prevalence of Ty Cobb. The Old
Guard leadership here embraces
Ty Cobb, Joe Jackson, Eddie Col
lins and Tris Speaker, with Bob
Veach in between the two schools.
Those leading the oncoming gen
eration are George Sisler, Sam
Rice, Babe Ruth and others.
And , drive to supplant Cobb,
Jackson, Speaker and Collins will
need a lot of speed and power.
Cob has started poorly this sea
son, but Jackson, Speaker and Col
lins got away at a bounding clip.
Cobb will soon be under way
again, and you can figure for your
self the job that awaits the young
er generation when it comes to
breaking through this line of vet
erans. la the National league Wagner
and Magee have faded out; Dau
bert, Wheat, Coney and a few oth
ers are still making threatening
gestures, but it is Roush. Hornsby,
Groh, Young, etc., who have taken
charge of the situation. , '
MATCH JOHNSON
AND MISTEL AS
PART OF SHOW
The promoters of the Sportsman's
Athletic club announce that Pete
Mistel of Chicago, and Battling
Johnson of Moline, will clash in a
10-round mix at the Illinois theatre
on May 25. as the first half of a
double windup show. Cal Delaney
of Cleveland, and Pete "Kid" Mar
low of St. Louis, will go 10 rounds
in the other part of the evening's
entertainment
Two preliminaries which the club
is dickering for will be announced
later.
THXEE.EYZ LEAGUE.
" . W. U Pet
BOCK ISLAJTD ...... t jm
Rockford 8 6 .571
Bloomington ........ 8 7 .533
Terre Haute 7 7 .500
Moline 7 8 .487
Cedar Rapids 7 .462
Peoria . 6 8 .429
Evansville 6 8 .429
AXERICA3LX AGUE.
W. L. Pet
Cleveland 17 7 .708
Boston 14 8 .(36
Chicago 12 9 .571
New York 12 12 .500
Washington 12 12 .500
St. Louis 11 12 .478
Philadelphia 8 13 .381
Detroit 5 18 .217
satio5Illeague.
, W. L. Pet.
Cincinnati 16 10 .615
Brooklyn 12 9 .571
Chicago .......14 12 .538
Boston 10 9 .526
Pittsburgh 11 10 .524
Philadelphia 10 14 .417
New York 8 12 .400
St Louis .....9 14 . .391
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
Three.Eye league.
Rockford, 8; Terre Haute, 1.
Other games;, rain.
American League.
Cleveland, 8; New York, 2.
St. Louis, 4; Washington, 2.
No others schehuled.
National League. V '
Chicago, 5; Boston, 1. '
Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati, 2.
RESULTS SATURDAY.
Three-Eye League.
Rockford, 6; Terre Haute, 6.
(U
innings; darkness.)
Cedar Rapids, 4; Peoria, 3 (13 in.
nings.)
Rock Island, 4; Bloomington, 3.
Evansville, 7; Moline, 5.
American League.
Chicago, 2; -Boston, 1.
New York, 2; Cleveland, 0.
Philadelphia, 4; Detroit, 1.
Washington, 8; St. Louis, 4.
National League.
Chicago, 5; Boston, 1.
New York, 2; Pittsburgh, 0.
Cincinnati, 9; Philadelphia, 2.
Brooklyn, 8; St Louis, 2.
MAKE IT PAIR
OF VICTORIES
OFF BLOOMERS
Islanders Annex Saturday Tilfby
Close Score of 4 to 5 Beat
Romine,
The Islanders and the Bloomers
engaged in a pretty battle at Dou
glas park Saturday afternoon that
the former annexed by one score
the count being 4 to 3. It was a
great duel between pitchers, with
the Islander swatsmiths counting
enqugh runs in the first five in
nings to win with Stewart travel
ing along in easy style. But in the
seventh, with only a two-run ad
vantage. Tighe yanked Stewart
when the big fellow showed a sign
of wildness in passing the first two
men to face him. Dennis went in
with none out and the first two to
face him sacrificed, the last one be
ing a fly ball that brought a runner
from third. That was all. in the
last two innings Bloomington went
out in order.
The Islanders took the lead in
the first inning, getting to Romine's
delivery in brilliant style. Jones
cracked a triple to the fence be
tween left and center and scored a
moment later on Benson's hit to
right field. Benson went to third
on Smith's hit to right and scored
on Miller's sacrifice fly.
Bloomington tied it by getting
one in the second and one in the
fourth, but the Islanders came right
back in their half of the fourth
and went ahead again with another
tally. The lead was increased by
another one in the fifth. Blooming
ton threatened, but could not carry
through in the seventh. Score:
Rock Island AB. K. H. P. A. E.
Murphy, ss 3 0 0 2
Jones, rf 3 2 12
Benson, 2b
4 1 2 5 3 0
4 0 2 10 2 0
3 0 0 3 0 0
4 1110 0
4 0 115 1
3 0 0 2 3 0
3 0 1 0 0 0
Smith, lb
Miller, If
McGuire, cf .....
Galligos, 3b
Dixon, c
Stewart, p
Dennis, p 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 31 4 8 27 15 1
T51rmmfnitnn AR.R. TT. P. A. K.
, - -1 1 ok A 1 9 9 1
Coltrin, ss ' 2
Thompson, rr ... i
Jantzen. If 4
Lloyd, 3D 4
FothergilL cf .... 3
Lenahan, lb 4
Snyder, c 2
Romine, p ....... 3
Totals . 28 3 6 24 8 1
Rock Island 20011000 4
Bloomington . : .. .0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 8 3
Two base hit Lloyd. Three base
hit Jones. Sacrifice hits Keller
man, Coltrin. Stolen bases Smith,
Dixon (21, McGuire, Jones. Doable
play Kellennan to Lenahan. Bases
on balls Off Romine. 2; off Stew
art. 4. Wild pitch Stewart. Struck
oat By Romine. 2; by Stewart 1.
pauiad ball Dixon. Time of same
1:65. Umpire Weir.
CLEYELA5D, 8; TA5KS, 2.
..ew York. Mar 17. Before the
largest crowd ever assembled at the
Polo grounds Cleveland defeated
New York, 8 to 2. Mays was driven
from the slab in the first lnnlnc,
when the visitors scared, At runs
br dean hitting. Score:
n. h p.
Cleveland ...C- 13 1
New York Z 8 4
Baeby and O'Neill; Mogridjre and
DOINGS OF THE
ia purr hoots Vto-n
... - ... . tmMmMH
HOWt, H"T
ATlYUf I HAin.
W SUE CAM COHt
SPORTING JAZ
BY BRUCE
SAXDS OF TAKE-A-CHAXCE
. -
It's a Whitened Way w travel
On the Sands of Take-a-Chance,
With its Shiny, Dance-Worn
Gravel ,
And the Seaweed of Ro
. 111a nee.
There the Son Is ever Golden,
Sprays the Foam like Driv
en bnow; j
There Adventure meets an Old
- .. en.
Caich-Xe Thrill of Come.
and-Go.
There the Lure of Love and
Pleasure j
Stimulates the Baited Breath,
That, in such o'ersweeping
Measure,
Quite dispels nil Donbts of
Death; -There
Sew II opes are ever
sprinfrinc-
Rainbows that our Souls in
trance; There the Gongs of Gain are
ringing:
.Mystic Murmurs, Take-a-Chance!"
It Is not the Gain we cherish
That allures the Gush of
Glee,
For we cannot glimpse the
Garish
Fame and Fortune o'er the
Sea;
Thonch with lymphs' of
Nanght we Unger
- In the Snrf of Circumstance,
It Is Hope that points the 1 In-
ger
On the Sands of Take-a-Chance.
PITCHERS ARE REPUTED TO
BE THE MOST HONEST MEN IN
BASEBALL. THEY NEVER
STEAL BASES.
Weather Forecast: Early sum
mer. St. Lonis fur sales in one day
total $850,000.
"Mystery Man Leaves $28,000,-
000" headline. Mystery: my
did he leave It? Answer: He
died.
THESE GUESSES: WHERE I
I bought a two-cent postage
stamp
"I thank yon!"
I bought a bit of plug to
champ
I thank yon!"
So matter what I chance to
buy
Or whe'er the proP Is low or
high,
I hear the same old battle cry,
"I thank yea!"
ALL EGGS ARE ALIKE.
FALL CRACKS 'EM.
ONE
NORTHWESTERN IS
GIVEN DEFEAT BY
AUGTJSTANA TEAM
BT J. FRAfTJB TASTE.
The baseball game between
Northwestern college and Angus
tana resulted In a score of 4 to 1
in favor ot the local team Satur
day. Fialv SchnelleT. the visiting pitch
er, tossed a good' game, bnt lacked
the support ot the rest ot the
team, particularly the infield. The
infield contained a couple ot invet
erate crabs who started a small
town squabble in the last ot the
fourth that nearly broke np the
party.
The entire game waa fast, close
and interesting. Dahlqnist pitched
a fine game and waa given excel
DUFFS
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ME SO VOUHd - 1
COPELASD
Woodblew Wilson doesn't fancy
the idea of ending the war, but he's
going to can 5XM) war workers at
the Arsenal next month. Ho.-v
come!
"Carranza's Escape Is Cut Off,"
saitb yesterday's Davenport Dem.
Now the' old kid must be a funny
looking bird, after cutting oil his
spinach last week.
After two starts at Pnnelas Park
lust work, it seems that the Bloom
ers nhat bloom m the Sprirnr, tra;
la. nave nothing to an with the"
race. (Apologies to Gilbert & Sul
liTan, battery ior "Pinafore")
The Socialists are gifted with a
rare 6ense of humor. After Eevee
Debs has been sentenced to 10
years for trying to paint the nation
red, they want him pardoned so he
can run for president.
FAnT WARNING.
(TO HAST, (KHAFFNEH, SHARX)
When St. Looie wins a pen
nant, When John D. his jack has
spent,
When a landlord gives his ten
ant "o more raises in the-rent,
When Bill Bryan is elected.
When there's skating in July,
When a pretty girl's neglected,.
When a truck horse learns
to fly,
When the old world starts de
caying, When we hear Gabe's bugle
toot,
Then, perhaps. PlI feel like
paying
Sinety berries for a suit.
Once upon a time there was a
boxing champ who boxed before
the public, but not on a movie
screen.
The Marching club at the Ar
senal reports that .vSrt) new mem
bers will be Initiated June 30.
"Southpaw Batters Lose Fayor of
League Pilots," squawks yester
day's Terrible Trib, per Cy San
born, in advising the future greats
not to cultivate left-handed batting.
Perhaps the "pilots" are fed up on
Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Tris Speak
er, Joe Jackson, George Sisler, etc.,
etc., etc.
EAT AD GROW THUS.
After an exhaustive search for a
free lunch, our own health vex
pert suggests the following menus
as curtains for bay windows:
BREAKFAST: Knife, nap
kin and toothpick.
LOCHEOS: Fork, napkin
and toothpick.
DENER: Spoon, napkin
and toothpick.
lent support in all quarters. Ockie
did not walk a single man through
out the game, but drew two walks
from Schneller. Schneller had on
ly two passes against him before
this season.
EVANS BUNCH HITS
TO BEAT MOLINE
SATURDAY, 7 TO 5
Evansville bunched hits with
men on bases to win the second
game ot the series, 7 to 6. Saturday
at Browning field. Bowman weak
ened in the fifth to allow the visi
tors to tie the score and Aitchlson
fllead to hold them. Cotriss pitch
ed great ball with mon on. Score:
Evansville ...0 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 17
Molina - 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 25
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MILAN DEFEATS
LONG VIEW IN
INITIAL CONTEST
The Milan team, in its first game
of the season, yesterday defeated
(the Long Views of Rock Island by
a score of lb to 6. The contest was
played yesterday morning at the
Watch Tower park.
Ramberger and Williams com
prised the battery for the winners
during the first four innings. Aid
ed by some good fielding, they held
the Long Views scoreless in that
time. Beswick and Nichols work
ed as the battery during the last
half of the game and performed tn
stellar manner.
Callahan and Delke started for
the Long Views, but Callahan was
found for six runs in .the first in
ning and Delke switched from
catcher to pitcher.
Feature of the game was a home
run drive by Williams.
Milan plays Edgington next Sun
day at the Watch Tower.
BRAVES, 1; WASHINGTON, 2.
Washington, D. C, May 17. St.
Louis evened the series by taking
the second game from Washington,
4 to 2. Score:
R. H. PI
St Louis 4 12 1
Washington 2 7 1
Weilman and Billings; Johnson
and Piicinich.
You cannot buy Abraham's Pecan
Rolls for 20 cents per. They are
made only in 1-pound rolls, in the
white box with our trade-mark.
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ROCK ISLAND HIGH ATHLETES
SPRING SURPRISE ON 10VAUS
AND WIN QUAD-CITY HONORS
Islanders Show Unexpected Super-
iority In the Dashes and
- Weight Events. .
BY FRT."
Rock Island walloped the over
confident Iowans by the score of 60
to 4S in the quad-city outdoor
track meet held Saturday afternoon
on the East Moline track. Daven
port had been sure of victory but
the Islanders' superiority in the
dashes and weight events caused
the upset. This is the first time
since 1906 that Davenport has been
defeated in the event Moline came
third with 28 counters and East
Moline brought up the rear with
one lone point. .
The Islanders made most of their
points in the short dashes, copping
three firsts, three seconds, and two
thirds in the 50, 100 and 220-yard
dashes. With this lead the locals
had no difficulty in forging ahead
and finally copping the meet. Har
per of Rock Island took the indi
vidual honors of the meet with 16
points. He placed first in the 50,
100, and 220-yard dashes and was
third in the broad jump. Captain
Milstead ran him a close race for
individual honors, amassing 15
points in all. Milstead placed first
in the shot put, discus, and 440
yard dash. Paddock took 12 in the
meet, and Lofgren, although he
didn't cop a great number of
points, made good time in his
events, especially in the relay.
No records were broken and the
meet was a little below the stand
ard set. in past years. The Island
er relay team composed of Harper,
Paddock, Lofgren and Milstead,
which won the half-mile by a good
margin, may go to the scholastic
relay meet to be held at North
western university in the latter part
of June.
The Islanders took the lion's
share of the points in every event
that they placed. Davenport took
the firsts in the low and high hur
dles, Dufnn the Rock Island entry,
running third. In the pole vanlt
and the mile run Moline took the
lead. Rock Island failed to place
in these events, but more than
made up for it by copping all of
the dashes, the 440, all the weight
events and the broad jump. Rock'
Island succeeded in copping six
first places to the red and blue
squad's four. Davenport lacked
the necessary second and third
point getters to make up the other
points.
Jennings of Davenport was the
star for his school, taking first in
both the low and high hurdles.
This was expected from the begin
ning and was no surprise. Shick
took the half-mile, as was also ex
pected, but his time was 3 sec
onds slower than his record on the
indoor track. With Ullemeyer dis
abled with a sprained -wrist. Sears
of Davenport had little difficulty in
capturing that event Davenport
took the mile relay with little ef
j fort but was defeated by Rock Is-
land in the half mile.
Following is the summary of the
meet:
120-yard high hurdles Jennings,
Davenport, first: Wind. Moline, sec
ond: Duffin. Rock Island, third.
Time 17:4.
50-yard dash Harper, Rock Is
land, first; Lofgren, R. I., second;
An out -
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SEVEN STRAIGHT
FOB CUBS WHEN
ALEX BEATS BRAVES
Chicago, 111, May 17. Chicago'!
Cubs made it seven straight yester
day by trimming the Braves again
by a count of 5 to 1. and the game
was nearly twin to that of the' day
before, just as the score was.
Alexander held the Braves to six
safeties and would have shut them
out but for a boot by Hollocher in
the seventh round, which was the
inning in which they scored off
Vaughn the day before. The Cubs .
clustered their hits successfully in
two innings off Bunny Hearn, and
the only divergence from Satur
day's fracas was that they got busy
earlier.
Mitchell's men massed six of their
nine swats in the first and fourth
rounds and earned every one of
their tallies. In the other chapters
they were fairly placid in their be
havior at bat It was a soft game
for Alexander, as be did not havA
to work hard alter the opening
round except in one or two spots
when the Braves threatened to come
to life. Then the sergeant drew on
His reserves and subdued the enemy
with ease. Score:
R.H.E.
Boston 1 6 1
Chicago 5 9 1
Paddock, Rock Island, third. Time
5:4.
Mile -run Ford, Moline, firsts
Pries, Davenport, second; Simons, ;
Davenport, third. Time Five min
utes, 3 seconds.
100-yard dash Harper, Rock Is
land, first; Paddock, Rock Island,
second; Lofgren, Rock Island,
third. Time 10:3.
440-yard dash Milstead, Rock:
Island, first; Dunker, Davenport,
second; Drake, Moline, third. Time
55:4.
220-yard low hurdles Jennings,
Davenport first; Pries, Davenport,
second; Wind, Moline, third. Time
30.
880-yard dash Schick, Daven
port, first; Wright, Moline, 6econd;
Kosenkranz, Rock Island, third.
Time 2 minutes, 13 seconds.
220-yajrd dash Harper, Rock Is
land, first; Paddock, Rock Island,
second; Reams, Davenport, third.
Time 24:3.
Mile relay Davenport, first;
Rock Island, second; Moline, third.
Halt mile relay Rock Island
(Harper, Milstead, Lofgren, Pad
dock), first; Davenport, second, and
Moline, third.
Pale vault Wright, Moline, first;
Dietrick, Moline, second; Fedder
son, Davenport, third. Height 8
feet, 4 inches.
High Jump Sears, Davenport,
first; Daley, Rock Island, second;,
Hammond, East Moline, thirdj
Height 5 foet, 3 inches.
Running broad jump Paddockj
Rock Island, first; Schick, Daven
port, second; Harper1, Rock Island
third. Distance 19 feet, 1 inch, t
Discus Milstead, Rock Island'
first; Koch, Davenport, second;!
Schick, Davenport, third. Distance)
89 feet 4 inches. j
Shot pnt Milstead. Rock IslandJ
first; Wood, Moline, second;!
Schick, Davenport, third. Distance
39 feet, 2 inches. i
r. 1 ' jt
and - out .
every iov vou ever
unusual as Camels

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