Tommy Soenke pitcher 1927

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Tommy Soenke pitcher 1927 - S0ENKEW1NS FOR REX NINE OVER DAVISMEN...
S0ENKEW1NS FOR REX NINE OVER DAVISMEN Bettendorf Bears Bow Before Before Independents, 9 to 5, in Good Tilt Tommy Soenke, Rex Independents Independents hurler, .was In brilliant form yesterday afternoon and tamed the Bettendorf Bears by the count of 9 to 5 at Bettendorf ball park. ' Soenke allowed the Bears only four scattered hits but his support blew up a bit in the Initial inning and the Bettendorf club scored three runs on Indees' errors. In the second frame, Rex scored a run when Dreuhl cross the plate and In the third tied the score by pushing two more men in. Rex took a lead in the fifth when Eickstaedt and Carter scored, but the Bears managed managed to tie the count again In the sixth Inning. A rally In the seventh gave the Davenporters four runs, enough to cop the game. One of the -features -features of the game was Strohm's two-bagger two-bagger two-bagger in the fifth inning when the score was tied. There were two men on when Strohm sent the horsehide out to left fielder for the Rex nine, came in for his share of the hitting yes-torday yes-torday yes-torday when he got two doubles. Ingram pitched the full game for the Bears and was touched for nine hits and fanned a like number, while. Soenke struckout eight. Ingram Ingram was a little wild yesterday when he walked three of the Indees' Indees' players and made five wild throws. ItKX INDEPENDENTS V. Elkstaedt, cf 4 1110 0 Carter. 2b 2 2 2 3 2 1 Strohm. c 4 2 2 8 1 0 WestDhal. lb 3 0 1 11 0 0 3hlefel1, If S 1 0 1 0 0 Druehl, 38 5 2 1 3 1 1 JJiliiljhrandt. 3h".'.'.'..'. 5 0 1 0 S 1 Total, 37 0 I" 27 U 4 BETTENDORF BEARS AB B H PO A E 'Schmirr, 3b"!'.!!!!X! 4 110 3 1 Ingram, p. . 3 1 0 0 4 0 Petersen, s's 0 1 0 3 1 Murscher. c 3 0 0 0 0 nocnfclflt. If 3 0 0 0 0 1 Walsh, rf 3 0 C 2 0 0 Hughes, lb 3 0 0 11 0 0 Totals 2 5 4 27 10 4 Rex 012 020 4009 Bears 300 002 0005 Stolen hasen Eickstaedt, 2: West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl West-rhal-Strohnv-Druehl - HUdebmndt- HUdebmndt- Sacrifice hits Carter. J: Strnhm-Pmchl-Hlldebiandt. Strnhm-Pmchl-Hlldebiandt. Strnhm-Pmchl-Hlldebiandt. Strnhm-Pmchl-Hlldebiandt. Strnhm-Pmchl-Hlldebiandt. Sacrifice hits Carter. 3: Strohm-Weatphal-Petersen. Strohm-Weatphal-Petersen. Strohm-Weatphal-Petersen. Strohm-Weatphal-Petersen. Strohm-Weatphal-Petersen. 2: Murher. Two ha.e hits Beck-man. Beck-man. Beck-man. 2: Strohm-Schurr. Strohm-Schurr. Strohm-Schurr. Base on bulla By Soenke, 1: Ingram, 3. Struck out By Soenke. 8; Ingram. ?. Hit by pitcher Ingram. lilts Off Soenke. 4; olt Ingram, .. Wild pitch Soenke. 1 Ingram. 5. passed halls Strohm. 3. Time of game 2:00. Umpires E. Westphal-KllliurE. Westphal-KllliurE. Westphal-KllliurE.

Clipped from Quad-City Times01 Aug 1927, MonPage 7

Quad-City Times (Davenport, Iowa)01 Aug 1927, MonPage 7
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