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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUT A' 11, 19(Ti
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$1.50 to $4.00
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HOME ONCE MORE
Rock Island Baseball Team
Here for Long Series Be
CLINTON TEAM COMES FIRS1
Rain Prevented Yesterday's Came, But
One Contest Being Played, De
catur Defeating Springfield.
Clinton at Rock Island.
Peoria at Itloomington.
Springfield at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Dubuque.
.lust as the Cedar Rapids fans, were
m the point ot starting lor the ball
park yesterday, the rain came, and
abhitville, which had been com para
ively dry up to that time, received a
"using. The rain kept tip all after
noon and seriously affected the chances
f playing today. This afternoon's
i me is the last of the present h l ies
on the road, and the Islanders will
ome here tomorrow to meet Clinton.
After the Infants, come tin- homeless
ind forlorn Duliinnieis. ami then we
' Springfield, liloomington, Decatur,
ind Peoria in the order named, winding
up the home series Aug. 1.
It rained also at Dubmpie and
Peoria, but one game being played in
Miiiiiiiif nt lath.
Springfield, III., July 11. After win
ning 1 2 straight games. Springfield lost
he l"ih to Decatur by a score of r; to
'.. Two hits and an error in the sev
nth gave the visitors the contest. The
fielding cf Loll si was the feature. Score-
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. V. A. E.
Thornton, cf 1 l l n o
Ruby, If o l l o i
Doyle. :1b 1 i i n
Novacek. c o (i ."i o t)
Smith, lb (i t L! o n
Hughes. L'b 0 It 2 2 (I
Scharnweber, ss (t n I! ; 1
Campbell, if u o 1 o 1
Moore, p 0 il 0 4 0
Totals . .
.2 1 27 15
Monre. ss .
Prout. 2h '.
R. II. P. A. E.
o it t l
0 0 1 1' i
I 0 1 !1 O I)
0 112 0
1 o 2 0 0
1 2 C 0 0
1 1 1 0 0
(i 0 ?, (i
o n o 4 o
5 27 11 2
Long, cf . .
Rerrv. c . .
Hi tt roll', p
Score by innings:
1 it il I (I M On 0 2
... .o it o ii o o :; o o
Doyle. Purtell. Long.
Thornton. Struck out
by Moore, .", ; by RitirolT. I. Rases on
balls off Moore. ?.: off Rittroff. 4. Dou
ble play Prout-Moore-TeiiiK tit. Time
1 Umpire Carruthers.
BASEBALL ACCORDING TO
Rock Island and Davenport Lawyers lo
Battle at Suburban Island
The rudiments of baseball as laid
down by Pdackstone will be demon
strated at Suburban island Saturday
afternoon by the Ruck Island and Dav
SPORTING GOODS STORE
1619 Second Avenue, Rock ftland.
For Drunkenness. ObTuhl
7 AO? V other Drug Using,
k m w Tobacco Habit
4T and Neurasthenia.
Strict I r
Hi port lawyers, who will meet in their
mnual diamond battle on that occas
ion. If the outcome is not such as to
lelinitely settle the issue of supremacy
in appeal may be taken. In the line
up of the two teams are several col
lege stars as well as some learned
lights of the profession and if th?
same is not interesting purely as an
Uhletie contest it is sure to be en
lightening in other respects. Tho
teams wiil lineup as follows:
Rock Island Walsh p. Gest c. Ken
worthy lb. Dart 2b, Kelly :.b. Marsh YA
ss, Larson If, Stafford cf. Witter rf.
Davenport Noth lib. Neal ss. Wilsol
2b. Roddewig rf, Heuer If, Ralluff lb.
Finger p, Hall cf, and Cook c.
MUD BARRED THE
FATS FROM GAME
Leans Consent to Postponement of
Business Men's Baseball Game
Till Aug. 6.
It has been postponed. Under ex
isting circumstances it was obviously
impossible for the "fats" to apju-ar in
their game with the "leans" at the Is
land City ball park this afternoon for
.be benefit of the Old Ladies' home,
and the "leans" were not disposed to
at severe. Representatives of the hos
tile factions of business men got to
gether this morning, and after a con
ference wilh M. II. Sexton, baseball ex
pert ami umpire, decided it would be
necessary to jiostpoue the game till
Vug. ;. About $."ii'0 worth of tickets
lave been sold, ami these will be as
good Aug. C as they would have been
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
R. L. Irwin, an Indiana pitcher, has
joined Cedar Rapids.
a falling out with Manager Donovan,
and has received his walking pain-rs.
.locko Hartford, an outfielder former
ly with Williamsport has been put em
the Dubuque list.
llloomington has released Larry Don
ovan, who has been playing a star
game in the liloomer outfield. He had
Fromnie. the former Snrinufield Ditch
er and now with St. Louis, was batted
out of the box by the Giants yesterday.
Thirteen is Springfield';; hoodoo, all
right enough. After havimr won ll!
traight. Decatur came along and took
M. E. Justice of Keokuk has been
elected president of the Iowa leag'i"
to succeed the late L. S. Peekham of
P.loomington's attendance has passed
lS.oiio, anil the ::o,Ou(l mark will bo
ea.-ily attained. Decatur already has
recorded 2S,imio admissions.
Dalrymple. who worked the charier
horse racket to get his release from
Dubuque, has reported for work with
Topt ka in the Western association.
It is not hard to imagine one hears
Claude Stark way down south playing
with Little Rock chortling in gle
over the final late of the Dubuque
Whiley Alporman won the game for
Hrooklyn yesterday against the Cubs,
lie made three of his team's six hits
and scored the only run of the day on
a three-bagger and a fly to the out
The pronunciamento has gone forth
at Springfield that now that the Sena
tors have shown their caliber th.
home fans, expect them to win the pci
nant. Nothing less will do. This is
the most serious obstacle to Spring-
tiei! s pennant winning chances th;U
has developed yet.
Springfield is shouting loudly ia
complaint of McXamara's umpiring.
And here is what the Rloomiugto-i
Pantagraph has to say on the umpire
quest ion at Springfield and Peoria.
"It begins to look as if visiting trams
had no chance to win at either Spring
field or Peoria. President Kinsella has
things his own way at Springfield an 1
Donnelly at Peoria. Local fans need
not be surprised therefore if Rloom
ington should lose three straight o
Peoria, while Decatur will be In big
luck to get a game at Springfiel I.
Umpires appear to think that the:r
life is not safe at either place unless
the home team wins. From the way
in which MeXamara was treated at
Spiingfield, even with the victory of
the Senators, it appears as if the pa
trons will not brook a defeat of their
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CRYING FOR HELP
Dubuque Asks President Hoi.
land of Three-Eye to Ex
A CHANGE NOW NECESSARY
Davenport Believed to be Best Adapt
ed as Home for Tail Enders for
Balance of Season.
Simultaneously with the calling el
the attention of President Holland by
The Argus of the Three-Eye
league to conditions at Du
btique yesterday a cry for help went
out from that place. The exocut ive w
once went to .the distressed citv to s t
what could be done.
According to reports from Dubuqu
it is the intention of Mr. Holland
endeavor to get others than the pres
ent baseball backers interested and it
this is impossible the team will bt
placed in another city. A movemen'
has already been begun to take re
train to Danville and Moline has hi en
mentioned in some quarters as a pos
sible league town. President Mat he-
is quoted as saying that anybody wh-i
wants the franchise could have it
free of cost, and the team to boot.
Past experience shows that there i-
little use of temporizing with Du
buque. The town was never in rece'ii
years reany anve to naseiiaii. When
the team was winning the support
miserable and this season the direc
tors, knowing that a high, priced tean
would not be a winner tried their lucr
with a cheap out and the result ha-
been the sorriest spectacle ever pre
sen led by a ThieeKe league towr
Dubuque has been tried from ever.,
standpoint and is a failure.
Danville is at the wrong end of tli,
circuit and it would be practically im
possible to play out the schedul
should that city take the team. Moliie
hasnoparkaml is not yet a good baseball
town, as was demonstrated last veai
when it failed to furnish half the sup
port for a winning independent team
Rock ford has been a good hasebaii
town and has had a lest that may havi
rendered it ripe for more of the na
Rut from Rock Island's standpoint
Davenport is still the best nvailab!
city in the territory of the Three-Eye
The league will have to carry tin
team the balance of the eason, when
ever it is placed, and it is believed tha'
there is no set of tans who will sup
port tne Dubuque, bunch better thin
those aenrss the river. Let the leag'i
take over the park which is already
in condition for use. transfer the home
ininuque games there and there is no
question that the attendance would bt
equal to that of some of the present
other cities in tin.' circuit and vastly
better than that at Dubuque. Of
course it would be necessary t
strengthen the tiara ami this could b
done in accordance with the suggest io
of I he Argus yoterdav that each of
the other teams give one good man t
aitl in the reorganization. It the a.
gregation made a crediiablo showin
it is morally certain that at the end ot
the season Davenport would be aga:
ready to take its place permanently in
Smilin llivil in Way.
Secretary .latin s Agnew of the Du
biique association when comnmnicat"
with by phone today said that the:
are two factions in Dubuque and th
outsiders win now tie given an oppor
tunity to take the team if they want t.i
However, the pn sent officers are will
ing that the franchise should go to an
other town. Davenport and Molim
have already put in applications for the
place ami are lining some tall hustling
President Holland left Dubuque this
morning for the tri-cities but late (hi.
afternoon could not be located here.
Apparently the Dubuque association
is wining to Hold on a tew days in or
tier to complete a deal for Al Swalm
the pitcher, over whose possession
controversy has arisen. When Da
bnque set a price of $7."0 on the player
to the Atlanta management the tel
graph company mixed things up an 1
the message as neeivod read $ir0. At
lanta acce pted at this figure but faile
to honor the tlraft for $7."i0 which Du
buque drew. Swalm has been prote.-t
etl and taken out of the game. Pueb'i
in the Western league wants him an
several other offers have been mad'
Unless this matter is settled before the
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Price. 25c. Large Size, 50c.
franchise is given up Swalm will not
bring in .any cash.
Dubuque ought fo be blacklisted
from participation in organized hns..-
all. It is the only city in the history
of the Three-Eye that has threatened
to absolutely flunk. RockTord had th-
franchise taken from it after a fight
ind .loliet transferred it3 team to
Springfield, while Davenport hung on
till the end of the season. But here U
Dubuque, after due warning and after
facing the proposition for two seasons.
eady to quit in tiie middle of the play
ing year without submitting any alter
native. It is a severe blow to the lea
?ue, and the consequences, unless
ood judgment is used, may be most
Manager Ray declares he has no in
tention of dropping Hadley or any oth
er member of the team. He says th-
players have been kept so busy getting
acquainted with each other that they
have had little time to practice.
VIcFARLAND AND HYLAND
AGREE UPON 133 POUNDS
Weigh in at 5 O'clock for Proposed
Davenport Battle Purse Now
the Sticking Point.
Packy McFarland and Dick Hylan 1
agreed to weigh in at i:!:l pounds at ."
:'clock in their match Which is pro
posed to be pulled off in Davenport in
August or September, coming to terms
themselves yestt rday at Chicago. Hv-
Iand. however, insisted 0:1 a forfeit of
$l.l'.")il for his end of the purse which
was to consist of M per cent of the
gate receipts to be split HO per cent to
the winner and 10 per cent to the loser.
Manager Reese of the Tri-City clu
will give his answer tt. the proposition
;v-rinr Order Kljtlil Mpril.
Toledo, Ohio. .Inlv 11. The 20 roim 1
fight scheduled for last night at Dan-
bury, near here, between Willie Fitv.-
gerald and Dave Barry was called i ff
;it o'ciock. Covernor Harris wirM
the sheriff that the fight murt not p re
cced, and his orders were eiboye'd.
RECORD OF THE
THREE EYE LEA CPE.
W. L. Pel.
Springfield In 21 .fi'it'i
Decatur ::s 21! A)'2'-
Rock Island 39 24 .613
Peoria ::t 2fi ..',f;7
Cedar Rapids ::i 2S .5 is
Clinton 27 "C, .4"!)
liloomington 21 .::." .P17
Dubuque !l r.2 .14 S
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 4.". 2T .CI!
Cleveland 4"i 2. .fins
Detroit ?,! 2!1 ..'74
Philadelphia :!! ? .." t!
New York :!:i :!." .4S'.
St. Louis :;o 4'. .4H
Boston 27 44 ."S i
Washington 22 4!) .::::s
W. L. Pet.
Chicagtt r,5 IS .75'.
New York 4:: 2(i X2 1
Pittsburg 42 2S .fU).
Philadelphia :,!) :il .r.r.7
p.ostem :n ::s .41:1
Cincinnati "0 4:1 .411
Brooklyn ?,( 4P. .411
St. Louis 17 r.O ,22
THREE EYE LEAC.UE.
Cedar Rapids Rock Island, rain.
Decatur, Springfield. 2.
Philadelphia. 2; Chicago. 1.
Boston, "; Cleveland. 0 (first game.
Cleveland. 2; Boston, 0 (secoi 1
Detroit. 0; Nesv York, 4.
Rrewiklyn, 1 : Chicago, 0.
New York. 7: St. Louis. 1.
Philadelphia. Pittsburg. 2.
Boston, 5; Cincinnati. 4 (11 innings).
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Kansas City. .": Columbus, 2.
Milwaukee. C: Indianapolis,
Minneapolis. 11: Louisville, ?,.
Toledo. 0; St. Paul, 4.
Grand Rapids, ft; Springfield, fi.
Evansville. 4; Wheeling. 0.
South Bend. H; Dayton. 2.
Canton, fi; Terre Haute, 2.
Omaha. 0; Lincoln. 4.
Denver, 2: Sioux City. 1 (first game.
Sioux City, ; Denver, 1 (second
Des Meunes-Pueblo, rain.
Marshalltown, 9; tjuincy, 7.
Waterloo. 10; Jacksonville,
Oskaloosa. 11; Keokuk, 0.
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packed In a conical pit, tampeel In
tightly and covered with straw and
leaves. At the bottom of the pit a
well Is dug. with a drain connected
at the bottom to carry off the water
formed from melted snow. As the
cost of collt?ctIug and storing is very
small, the only labor Is in delivering
to the consumers, which Is accom
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FAILS BY A POINT
Ardo Mitchell Barely Outside
the Ranks of Those Who
Qualify in Tourney.
HE HAS FAST COMPETITION
Walter J. Travis Ties Amateur Course
Record Western Players in
Cleveland. .Inly 11. The first round
ef match play for the national amateur
tiolf championship started at 9:oii this
morning. The pairs started at inter
vals ef live minutes until all ?,2 con
testants jieit away. A strong semih
wind was blowing, boding trouble lor
more than one ambitious player.
Sen mi I ioniil Work.
Cleveland, Ohio. July 11. Thirty
lliree contestants for the national
amaieur golf championship yestenhiy
finished their ipialifyiug round-; vi"i
scores ef lii." or heti or. Neilhing could
belter show the high class ef the fu bl
that is cnteTi'd for this year's chai.i
piemship than these scores, the higa
figure' being 4 stroke.1; better than ihat
of a year ago at Englcwoeid, X. .1 ,
when lt;: qualified.
Tit-il Ainlllriir lt'-orl.
Waller .1. Travis, twice winner of
the national championship, former
heililcr of the championship of Cieat
Hritain, ami always reganbd as m.j
eif the meist formidable contestants,
tie'd the amateur ceurse receirel of 7.
which is the best score eve-r niaele in ;.
national amateur golf champieiiishi;i
and but for a temped mid-iron, shot mi
the lr.th he)Ii, might have lied tin- pre
fessiemal record ef 0!t, made by Will ii
Anderson twei years ago. V. T. West
ef the Philadelphia Country club, al vi
made this score early in the day In;
the Canleti City veteran made geioel for
the1 lowest qualifying score, as oi
Tuesday's play ho made 7.r to the
Philadelphia youngster's "(1.
Tlioxr Who l.rtl.
Walter K. Rgan and Chandler Kgan,
Freel llerrishoff of Carden City; Neir
man Macbeth and W. C. Fownes. Jr.
Oakmont; W. A. Stickney, St. Iui;
Ceorge S. I .yon. Canadian; K. It. Mar
tin, Toleelo: Xaiitmal Champion K. M.
Flyers. O. W. Jones, Toledo; II. V.
Fianser, Tede-elo; S. C. Stickney. S'.
Ieuis. anil J. K. Hole of Kuclid. ali
made score's uneler SO, Chamllor F.g-i.i
gelling a 71 and Traverse, Macbeiii
and W. A. Stockney each.
Two Wralrrn Stnrx lrrt.
Kleven eastern playeis. nineten
westerners anil two Canadians quali
fied for the champieinship play, but tie
iliaw was unfortunate? for the western
ers as it put Western Champion Xe 1
Sawyer anil Chandler Kgan together m
the first round. The east, howev.:-,
will surfer in the afternoon, if He rres
hoff ami Travis win their morning
matches, as they are almost certain
to de. they will meet in the seco-id
Of other favorites feir the champion
ship W. J. Travis me-ets Sherman in
the first round and (he winner of th-?
match, in all probability Travis wi'J
meet the winner of the Lytm-Fowncs
match in the afternoon.
Makm (.cmmI KIhImH.
Though he maele the return over thi
course in SS, one of the best perform
ances of the day, Ardo Mitchell, of the
Rock Island Arsenal Golf club, was
unable to overcome the handicap of hi?
earlier scores and failed by a sing"?
point to land within the qualifying
mark. He went out in 42 and back in
.IS, which, taken with his mark of SGi
maele Tuesday gave a total score of
ICC. Leon Mitchell's total score wa3
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