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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. JUIiY 30. 1908.
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- TEED CURE FOR -SUCH
H. O. ROLFS,
, Dispensing Chemist
'.. Both Phones.
And Then Irretrievably Lost
Was Yesterday's Game With
EVERY ERROR COST RUNS
Crowd Treated to Variety of Good, Bad
and Indifferent Baseball at
Close of the Series.
Berger, ss .....
i Lundin, p ..,.. .
Total . ,.
Long, ft, cf . . . . .
Snyder, S3 . .
OreiWorf, rf .....
Stevens, 2b .
Godwin, cf, ss. .
Melchoir, 5b ....
Conners, If ... ..
Kuhn, lb ......
Wilson, c ......
Fox. . p .....
fl 11 27 12 3
ab.R.h:po.A.B. Title of Island City Boating As
sociation to be Decided
yesterday, being ; defeated 2 up by
Knowlton Ames of ;, Chicago. : Warren
Dickinsoaof Des Moines lowered the
course record. for; nine holes to 35 and
be and.E, A. Engler, who also took
part in, the western tournament here,
survive for. the semi-finals today.
WILL SETTLE HANDICAP, TOO
With Ball Players
' Last day tox
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Springfield at Rock Island. .
Decatur at Clinton. . '
Bloomington at Cedar Rapids.
Peoria at Dubuque.
Won and lost, won again, and then
finally lost was the story of yester
day's game with the ' Bloomers. Lun
din was in the box again for the first
time in a coon's age, and he did fine
work up till the very last inning, when
Rusty Owens has secured a berth
with the Pueblo team in the Western
league. If he "is; given work enough
to keep, down to- weight he may make
Clinton and Peoria having setteld
their argument in advance with a dou-
Tho first of a series of races froralble header Tuesday, did not. play yes-!
Two base hits-Stevens, Novacek. the. harbor of the Island City Boating terday owing to the interest in the
Canoe Event to Be. a Feature Club
Has Some -Big Plans Under
Total 33 8 10 27 12 0
Rock Island- 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 5
Bloomington ,00010021 48
Sacrifice hits Stark. Cook, Godwin.
Stolen hases Berger. Stevens. Double
plays Lund in to Stark to Wise; Stark
to Wise. Bases on balls Off Lundin
5; off Fox, 3. Wild pitches Fox (3).
Struck out By Lundin, 4: by Fox. 5.
Time of" game 2:00
Goeckel. , -
association will be run off tonight The state tournament.
i...... Three brothers, Harry. Earl and
officials ior me races appointed, me Clyde Cummins, pulled off a triple
list of entries is also about complete, play in a. ball game in a church league
and it takes in nearly all the boats be- at Sioux City yesterday, the only piay
Umpire longing to the club. The events down01 ine Kma 0I recora, it is believed.
on the nroeram for tonicht are the
ji ne eastern Illinois league is again
in a shaky condition, Paris . and
Two Out of ThrM. I five-mile free-for-all, the canoe race.
rnhiniio Traua Tnlv 2fl Ttihiiniie I ami 1h nlaw race. The five-mile free-
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cvrvhnHv nlHorl him tn lose the f-ame made it two out of three from Deea- for-all ia for the chamnlonshin of the v"m"cpl"" "iviug. uWwj, mua suiHiig
- ' - J " " " I - - - I - . - !!,. nct-.n.lr.lnr,n . n-U
Which had been won In the inning be- lur. , 10 to 3. Jacobsen was r.o puzssle club, and all the boats that have any ,1C i. "? i-. lue.ur-
fore. The game started off with con- Und had poor control. , Derringer's speed at all are entered. As '.he time Station is likply to go by the board
siderable sneed. and ud till the sixth home run with the bases full in the I made in this race by the boats entered I L y ume-
Knf Ko,i KAn caami! I h una a foaturtv Thp. srnrA' I fa trv rlntprmlne t neir hflnriipflns for thp
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ti r. it future events in handican races everv I "uuc "uueu; equareu. loe Amen
3' l' 0 0 boat is expected to go in the race.. The ?an Ieague str,keout record, yesterday
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ON THE DIAMOND
four hits totaled for both
Uri ringer, rf 1
Mi'Iti, cf 0 .
Carr. ss '...2
Vandine, Gb 0
T. O Brien. lb 2
Ovitz, If 1
Plass. 2b 1
The one run was on the bad side of
the board and came as the result of
Ltuidy passing a Pair f the visitors
and then allowing a hit that sent one
of them across the pan.
In the champs' half of the sixth they
made the lonely run of the visitors IL O'Brien, c
look like 30 cents and to the minds of I Most, p .
(he fans cinched the game. It hap
pened on a row of four hits,, one of
1 1 them a two-sacker off the stick of big
James Novacek. Three runs crossed
the plate and made the Bloomers feel
sick. Murphy led with a single that
1 1 grazed the grass between shortstop
'land third base. . Murphy went to sec
ond on a wild pitch from the untamed
Fox. Stark sent one over second that
Frank scored on. The funny man
went to second on tho throw to the
plate -and romped home on the daisy
double that Novy found in his bai.
McBri.de followed with a hit, but the
next two were easy outs, and the iu
ning was over.
Indulged In a Smile.
It looked easy, from the way Lundin
was tossing them up, and everybody
smiled a happy smile. But the smile cobscn
came too soon, for in the next inning I Moore
Total . .. . 10
Crorier.' cf 0
Moore, ss 0
Wagner, If 0
Campbell, rf 1
Tennant. lb 1
Pfout, 2b 0
Barkwell, 3b 0
Fisher- c 0
Jacobsen, p ...1 0
10 27 10 1
II. P. A.E.
Total 3 8 24 11 2
Dubuque , 03 10 100 5 10
Decatur 011000010 3
Two base hits H. O'Brien, Vandine,
Prout, Campbell. Three base hit-
Venn ant. Home run Derringer.
Bases on baljs Off Most, 1; off Ja-
4. Hit by pitcher Wagner,
Struck out By Most, 4; by
0 1 0 0 course nas ior us siariing point a line
1 4 4 0 straight out from the club house, and
12 1 0 from there up the river to the Rock
2 110 0 Island bridge, one of the piers of which
1 2 0 0 w"i oe turneu ana tnen tne course is
1 12 0 down stream to the Crescent bridge,
1 5 10 and from there back to the harbor,
0 0 2 11 malting in an nve miies. witn tne
large number of boats that have prom
ised to enter this race it will be a very
interesting one. While it is in progress
the half-mile canoe race will be run
off. There are but three entries for
this race so far, but as they have nev
er been together in a race before there
is no line on the results. Rollin Stur
geon and Will Griffith will paddle one
canoe, Herbert Reck and Hubbard Doo-
ley another, and Blaine Morrison and
0 1 Ralph MacManus the third one. There
are several other canoes in the club,
and it is, hoped that there will be two
more entries in this race. It. will be a
very interesting one too, as it is not
long, enough to allow any crew, to get
a very great lead.
For Slow IIoiUm.
Following Mhe completion of the
by fanning 16 -Philadelphia batsmen,
but would have lost at that, had not
St.-Louis bunched five, hits in., the
ninth and made four scores. The final
result was 5 to 4. t-
A receiver was appointed for the
Canton, Ohio, team in the O. & P.
league, the president of the associa
tion acting to protect the creditors.
The association owes I.OOO- and the
assets are placed at $8,000. . The city,
however, will continue in the league.
Springfield 56 32
Peoria ..... 49 39
Decatur .' 48 40
Dubuque -41 43
Bloomington ... 41 46
Cedar Rapids 39 47
ROCK ISLAND 35 50
Clinton ..... 31 49
New York 51
A new pitching record, was set in
the Arkansas league yesterday when
Pifcher McFarland of the Helena
team shut the Pine Bluff team out
with but 26 men facing him. the 27th, I Brooklyn .....32
like Davy Crockett's coon, gave up in 1st. Louis '. .....31
despair and was called out for failing
to come up to the plate. . I AMERICAN LEAGUE
DECATUR WINS THE UAHE Detroit 56
St. Louis 54
Defeats Clinton in Game Played Before! Chicago .51
Firemen's Tourney. Cleveland 47
Clinton, Iowa, July 30. (Argus Spe- Philadelphia 44
cial.) Decatur won from Clinton this Boston 42
Nineteeth street, south
of Harper house.
1000 ST 10c
canoe race ana ine ireeior-au me siow mn.n,n. k aii arr,.,nri hettor ninvintr
race will be run off. In this race the The game was plaj.pd in the morning
ooai .mat comes in last wimoui stop- instead o at the usual hour on account
ping its engine or turning, from a the firemen-s -lournamedt which is
Straight line will win the race. Com- ohsnrhW all interest thic aftemnnn.
a -w . - - -T
New York 32
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Cook made an error, so did Berger, and Jacobsen, 4. Stolen bases Derringer,
Wilson and Long swatted out hits. T, O'Brien, Plass (2), H. O'Brien (2),
The enmhinntinn nf "hits nnrl prrnrs Vnnpr S.inrifloo hits Miller Van.
was good for a pair of runs, and the dine, Ovitz (2), Plass. Crazier, Prout, m oao'"e ar! " . ' . , cnamBon Tomorrow's game will also be played
was tied. Cook's error came Barkwell. Umpire McGreevy. Time a,b Ul lue ?wpi "vr. " in the morning. -
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game was tied, uook s error
when, there were two men gone. It
was an easy roller that Fox plugged
at him, and yet he fumbled it just long
enough to allow the runner to reach
the sack. Then came Long's hit to
center and when Murphy lined it in- to
Berger to relay home, Joe saw it was
too late to cut off the man at the plate,
and so he turned to throw to third.
That looked dangerous, too, and he de- Score of first game
cided to hold on to the ball, but nis CEDAR RAPIDS
decision came too late, for he had al- Davis If
ready pulled the trigger and the ball! Price, cf
landed somewhere between home plate jHoward, 2b ...0
and third base, and when Wise finally Mullin, rf
found it over by the grandstand the I Simon, c
second, run had crossed the pan, mak-l Brown, lb
mg it a tie. Collins, 3b
in the next inning Kloomington got I spencer, ss
run ana took tne -lead again ior a tvaaauaugn, p
ime. A hit by Stevens, a sacrifice by
Godwin, and a stolen base and Eng's
punk peg in trying to stop a stolen
base, let the run in.
I-cil Not Kept lioag.
The lead of the visitors was brief,
however, for in the eighth the champs
got after Fox again. Novacek hit over! Smith, lb
second base and Cook made a martyr I Stewart, rf
of himself. McBride hit and went to Hughes, 2t
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Divide Doable Header.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, July 30.--
Springfield and Cedar Rapids broke
even in ' a double header. - The" first
ame was closely contested, Spring
field winning, 3 ' to 2, by a batting
rally in the ninth. The second was a
tatfest, tho loeals 'winning, 10 to 1.
FINISH THE GAME,
1(1 11TH INNING
Cross Countrys Land on Farley, Minn,,
Pitcher and Quit With Four
x to the Good.
Herbert. 3b ...
Ruby, if ' 0
Cocash, cf ,
7 27 13 3
second while the Bloomers tried to Scharnweber, ss ... 0 0
stop Novacek at the plate without Donovan; c , 0
success. An untamed Ditch. Mr. Fox's Grandy, p 0
second one of the game, put Mac on
third, from where he scored on Enc'sl Total 3
hit. Again the run-getting stopped, Batted for Cocash. in ninth
with the champs in the lead, but once Cedar- Rapids 10 01 00000 2
more the smiles of the fans faded when I Springfield 01000000 2 3
Bloomington came up in their half of Two base hits Brown, Herbert,
me ninin ana unmerciiuny jumpea on stolen bases Howard, Smith.. Bases
Lundin s twisters and slammed out I on balls Off Grandy, 2
nve nits wnicn netted rour runs. It By Radabaugh. 4; by
made the lead or the visitors too big Wild pitch Grandy. Hit
be in this race, but it is not conceded
the victory without a struggle, as there
are several others who can hold their
engines down to a7' very slow speed. ;
Arrangements are being made to ac
commodate' al large' number1 of visitors
and spectators at the club house. All
the verandas will be used for seating
room, and it is probable, that there will
be seats placed along the shore of the
harbor. Refreshments will be served
ui me ciuu nouse,, ana me an,ai,r win Thn nroEtt nntw.Va i.otn 11 in.
, . , , IIV vivuv. WV UV1 JO UUIWV.U -1. L
tako on thf nnpcr nf a Iittlo rpnttn I
A number of prizes have been donatJniDgs with ,ne Farley, Minn., team
ed by the merchants of the city, includ- an(1 won out by a score of 8 to 4.
ing a panama hat as first prize in the Two two-baggers with- the bases
championship race, a pair of fine shirts loaded in the final round put the game
for the winners of the canoe race, and to the; good, in handy fashion. Trainer,
a largo box of fine candy for the win. pitching for the Rock Islanders, got
ner of the slow race. " 1 away badly but after that he settled
. Financial Condition Good. and there was not much doing. The
Last evening the auditing committee Cross Countrys, on the other hand,
appointed by the commodore several kePt Pegging away and rolled up 15
weeks ago met at the club house, and hits a11 Score:
examined the books ot the secretary C. COUNTRYS. AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
and the treasurer. The committee Lyons, cf 4 1 2 1 0 0
found that the club will be on a firm Trainer, p .........5 1113 1
financial basis when the yearly dues! Burns, 3b .......... 5 1 12 3 0
are paid in full by those who have 1 Anderson lb G 1 2 14.
been a little slow In this; respect.- The Thompson, 2b 6 0
club will not only be self-sustaining, Smith, c ..G 2
but will be able to spend considerable Engman, ss 4 1
money on the beautifying and imnrov- Clark, If . .4 -0
ing of tho river shore near the harbor. I Terry, rf 5 1
It is the ambition of the officers of the
club that within the next two years! Total
this city will have a bathing beach and I FARLEY.
a riverside park tnrough the efforts of Kay, ss 5 0 0 1
the club; A boat livery for the benefit Cook, c 5 1 2 7
of those who have no boats of their Gibbs, 2b' 4, 0 0 3
own is als heine nlanner! and it the Wmvi: SK 5 9 9 A
Struck out I bill incurred by the club for the build- Barton', lb 5 1. 1 13
Grandy, 7.1 ing of the house is met by the pro-1 Moore, rf 4- 0 11
St. Paul ...I. 31
57 - .457
27 10 3
; 4 3 0
.45. 8 15 33 15 3
to overcome, and the best the champs
could do in their naif of the inning
was a pair of hits that were wasted.
When Novacek scored in the eignfh
he did so on whaVwas a close decision
rightly rendered, but the Bloomers un
dertook to tell Umpire Goeckel where j
he was mistaken, with theresult that
Snyder was ordered off the grounds
under the care, of a policeman.. Mana
By Grandy, 2. Umpire McFarland
Cedar Rapids. 2 013 0130 10 11 3
Springfield ..010 0,0 00001 5 3
Batteries Mallcot and Simon;
Boyle, Donovan and Johnson.
Lundin pitched good ball till the
ninth inning,, though rank support was
by pitcher ceeds of the excursion which is to be Barker, cf 4 0 -0 1
given Monday evening on '.the W. W., O'ConneU, If
the boat livery may be realized yet Wolfe, p
this year. The ice cream sociable and
the' free launch. rides accompanying it I Total
which, the club gave last FrI day proved Cross Countrys.
sucn a .success tnat it is to tw repeated j Farley
about, the middle, of August V I .Two.
Bloomington, 8; Rock Island, 5.
Dubuque, 10; Decatur, 3.
Cedar Rapids, 2-10; Springfield, 3-1
Clinton-Peoria game postponed.
Cleveland, 3; Boston, 4 (11 innings).
St. Louis, 5; Philadelphia, 4
, NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston, 0; Chicago, 6.
Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati, 4.
New York, 1 ; St. Louis, 0.
Brooklyn, 0; Pittsburg, 5.
Louisville, 2; Milwaukee, 0. .
Toledo, 7-2; Minneapolis, 4-0.
Columbus, 8; St. Paul, 3.
"Indianapolis, 2; Kansas City, 3.
Jacksonville, 6; Burlington, 0.
Oskaloosa, 4; Waterloo, 1.
Kewanee, 3; Ottumwa, 0.
Omaha, 6; Denver. 0. ,
Lincoln, 0; Sioux City, 10.
Des Moines, 9; Pueblo, 2.
Terre Haute, 6; South Bend, 3.
, Dayton, 2-0; Wheeling, 1-2. -Grand
Rapids, 6; Evansvllle, 2.
Zanesville, 8; Fort Wayne, 7.
Real Estate Transfers.
Louis Mosenfelder to August Heini-
beck, lot 2, ' block 4. Long View
Heights addition, Rock Island. $317.75.
Charles E. Dack and others to Net
tie I. Marshall, lots 10, 11, 12, Dack's ,
Third addition, South Rock Island.
Seranhine L. Gardner to Frank H.
577 Gardner, part block 20, Woods' Third
548 addition, Moline. $1. .
.5541 Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan
.505 1 & Savings association to Andrew G.
Swanson, lots 10, 11, 12, block 1, Uni- '
versity. place, Rock Island.. $4,500. .
Charles F. Francis to James Davis,
east one-half southeast quarter sec
tion 5-16-2w: $4,000.' -
M. Guenther and others, by master.
to Louis P. Schroeder, lot 5, D. C.
Doty's block. Rock Island. $2,025.
Louis Mosenfelder to Nellie I. Mar
shall lots 10, 11, 12, Dack's- Thrrd ad
dition. South Rock Island. $1.
ger Conners saw that he didn't hav4enUSh t0 aicouraee anyne
much reason to kick, but he hated to
see a run come in at that stage d the
game, and he, too, told umps a few
things that almost resulted in, his. be
ing sent to keep the belligerent little
Team Not Weakened..
Orendorff filled the breach in the
team by going to right field, allowing
Long to go to center, while Godwin
went to short. The change was a good
My, but that was a wild Fox that
did the twirling yesterday. Three
wild tosses and every one" of them
when there was a man on the sacks.
Wise made a nice catch of the liner
wondering where to look forit The
bail had grazed tho pratectoV of the
umpire though and on the arenath
of this he sent, the maa'back.Vv-
i . . l.
Excursion to Muscatine to Chatauqua.
. The steamer Silver Crescent will
leave Rock Island at 9:30 a. m It
wjll leave. Muscatine at 5 p. m., arriv
ing, home at 9 p. m. Tickets 50c round
trip. Will be good to return home'on
the 'Helen. Blair Monday morning if
narties wish tn stav for the elnsinir
......,,300000.01000-4 exercises Sunday. night.
base... hits Anderson (2),l - c. .1. MANGAN. Aeont.
Wolfe, Smith, Thompson. Three base j Telephone 188 West. New 5152.
nit smttn., . uases on Dans un
Wolfe, off Trainee, 1. Struck out Just Exactly Right.
By Wolfe. 5: by Trainer. 8. . . I "I ; have used Dr. King's New Life
...40 4 7 33 21. 2
.1 2 0.1 00 0000 48
Cascade, Iowa, defeated the Cross I PUls for several years, and find them
Tueoriau anri vesterHav hr lust exactlv rlcht." SaVB Mr. A. A. Ffil-
WAIT FOR CHALLMGETOi?LAY the same score; 5 to 2. Lane.' the on, of HarrlsviUe, N. Y. New Life
Cascade, third baseman, starred, twice Fins relieve wttnout tne least discom
that Wilson slammed at him in the Mo,ine Clt F" Want Anothe Ball retirine the side with the. bases full fort. Best remedy for constipation,
I ' luiiL n - 1 I . I t. J, , i H. , i i. nr- - . . . .
yesterday s scorei"inousutB maiaria. ac at mi
fifth inning. It made Wilson so mad
to we it pulled down that, he couldn't
alk for a full minute.
As Jack Tighe used to declare it is
a good thing, when a manager kicks,
te- make it vigorous enough so that
one ior me leam, as it aaaea a muer ,nc ,uajpixe knows he means it and
lO me 11SI in Place OI Snyder, WHO this wna " AomnnstratMi vesterHav
came with Rock Island, VH on brilliant Plays
woime city uadg are talking ot an- follows:
other baseball game with the city km- c Countrys ... 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 4
cials of Rock Island. Such an engage- Cascade ..... .0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 S 10
ment was hol1 at tho t.l.,j -it ,.
. . rr . . "uu ,ly Pr Batteries RoeM-B and
aar vpsr Ann tno tiacirn
lenge Is expected to come from. Rock
Far DrakcnaeM, Ophna,
t MorpUBO. sad
other Drac Utiac,
toe Tobacco Habit
makes a hit only on his birthdays At After -Pa Conners kicked on calling island, and the game, If played, will
Ncvacek safe at the plate Goeckel I pulled off on a Moline diamond and
ga ve his team all the best of it for the j the proceeds will be devoted to char-
called Eng out, at the plate, even the
the same time the infield was not
weakened to speak of, as Godwin is
not slow In that department.
The score: -
ROCK ISLAND. AB.R.H.PO
Murphy, cf ...... ...5 123
Stark, lb ...5 11 9
Novacek, rf ..5 2 3 0
Cook, 2b 4 0 0 4
McBride;. If ;."..:V....4 I 3 ' 1
Eng, c ..'............3 0 14
E. I Bloomers laughed.
0 Wilson was unable to catch the ball
0 more - than half . the time t yesterday.
0 He looked as though he was too tired
OUT OF CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
Decker French Loses, at
' . Sioux, City. '
' Decker ' French of the Rock Island 'bowels without any disagreeable : ef-
oj muffed one that allowed McBride to I Arsenal Golf cluh.r was eliminated from I fect. Price, 2i cents. Samples, free.
1 1 come ia from second while he was - the championship match, at Sioux, city Al druggists- t
2 tn move except when he had 'to. He
Chamberlain's Colic, . Cholera
Diarrhoea Remedy Would
Hay. Saved Him $100.00.
"In-1902 I had. a. very severe attack
Today is, an oft day for theCross of diarrhoea," says R. N.. Farrar of Cat
Countrys. Tomorrow they play Cas- Island, La. . "For -several weeks 1 was
fcade again. Saturday they - ar at unable to do anything. On. March-18,
fcyan and Sunday and Monday at Ana- 1907, I. had a slmila? attack, and took
osa. ' I Chamberlain a colic. Cholera and Diar-
For constipation , there ,1s. nothing lmpdlriB1,- nf , th0
.uiw.au uuiwuutt. suHur and had i nsed.it to i802 believe it
en ana urer iaoicis 1 neyv always wnM t,A MVi m . H,,niri
roduce, a pieasaiHf movemeni 01 tne doctor' biU.". Sold.by;.aU druggiste,
Sporting Goods Storo,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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