The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 5, 1914 · Page 5
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Decatur, Illinois
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* Sunday Morning, July 5, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Five And Chicago Passes to the First Division. OTHER GAMES SPLIT Yankees Beat Champions in Morning Round. Chicago, July 4.--Chicago won two Barnes from St. Louis today, shutting out the visitors, 9 to 0 in the af- lernoon game and winning the morning game, 4 to 3. Incidentally Chicago moved ahead of at. Louis in the j.ennant race. The locals bunched 1'its off Mitchell in the f i f t h , sixth and eighth innings of the afternoon tame, Fournier and Demmitt leading the attack. Cicotte pitched in fine form and wab gh en support bordering on the sensational. Score momma jja-me. R. H. E. et. Louis . . 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0--3 9 2 C'hiiago . . . 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 x--4 3 3 Batttiies--Baumgardner and Agrew, Crossin; Scott, Russell, and Afternoon game: -ST. LOl'lb. f-h tten. cf ......... 1'rail, ^b ............. AUlliams r* ......... c Walker, if ......... 3 tao, 3b A B R . 4 0 . 4 . 4 0 . 4 0 H r O. A 1 -t 1 l 2 1 1 0 | ·\\arc .'.b as Totals ...... CHICAGO r r i s . r . ss ... 1 1 .( K l - u i n . -b 1' 'Tiiritt, 1C ... ro'iins. it ---1 mil mer. 1 b . . 1 nll«. cf ...... S *.alk c ..... Jetton. 3b ---- L'lcmte P ---Totals ...... T3v innings ?t Louis .. .. Chicago ...... 1 1 tu A B n H. P O A E PROGRESS OF PENNANT RACES THKEE-I "It" TABLE. Team \Von Lost. Pot ... HI 23 .t.Sl i t O I K i 42 .10 .h8l Dei.mir 3i "2 .Ml) Sprlnsticlel 37 M }4l QMim v :^1 Win Loff .'jiO .(171 SI 411 .417 LM 47i . lljll ... 21; i.-, .3fit; GAMES f-UNDAY. i! oom n n lon at Ueciuur. D-u i-npin t at S p r i n g f i e l d yumcv at Veoria Liuhmjue at Danville. GAMES) MONDAY. B l o o m l n f f t o r i at Decatur. D a \ , n r i o r t a t S p r i n g f i e l d . Q u i n c y at Peoria. IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES. P;t_ . "4't New York Also Increases Lead by Two. PHILLIES LOSE TWO Cardinals and Brooklyn Each Win Doubleheader. Pittsburgh. July 4 -- Chicago won both games lier.2 today, shutting out Pittsburgh m the morninR 1 to 0 and w i n n i n g in the afternoon 4 to 2. Score ninrrme^ game. C h i c a g o -- A.B. R H. P O. A. E. Leach, of 3 0 1 2 0 Good, rf 3 0 1 6 1 Saler, Ib 4 0 1 7 0 xiiimmei man, 3b 4 0 0 1 0 S c h u l t e , If 4 0 0 (· Sweeney, 2b 4 0 1 0 5 Cornden, KS ...4 0 1 1 o B r e s n a h a n , c 2 1 0 4 3 VaiiKlin, p 3 0 1 1 2 Totals 31 1 f, 27 9 P i t t s b n i g h -- A.R B. H P.O A r, :* . r,j"i ,4i,S .414 .411 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O--n n ,, w (i l J o b ---'.I S L M M \ K Y Two-base hit--\M1 1 ims F o u - n u r T h r o . - ^^^il'v-^T'ou^T^r.,: 2; b Cicoue, o YANKEES TAKE OVE. Philadelphia, July 4"--NVw York took the m o r n i n g game todiy from the Athletics 7 to 5, M h i l e Philadelphia turned the tables in the a t t c r n o o n fciinie 6 to 2. The b a t t i n g of Tru.s- dale. who made a double tnl three (iing-les in five times at bat was a feature o£ the first game. Score morning game: R H E XCew York . 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 1--7 10 1 j h i l a I f 1 1 0 0 1 0 1--6 1 0 1 liatt lies--Keating. C'jle and S\\ ee- n , y , \Vy.koff,Plank. Bretslel ami LarP SECOND GAME. R. H E ^-ew York . 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0--i 7 0 i-htla 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0--6 11 3 Batteries--jleHale and Sweeney, (Cish and Schang. OAMKS SI MIAY. AiucrUan. St Lnui? at D i ' t i o i t C e\'-'ancl at C h K d K O National. P i t t s b u r g h at O h l c n g i . Cm' imll at St l.o i"- Tedirivl. KTns-= Ci'v n t c ' h u if Si L n u i h at lndlanaiciii c t i s h t h lie ca\e way to R u t h e r f o r d who toilfl in the remainins; two sessions. Tin i l i t u o n pi.ijer'. hit the ball but t l u i r f o'.t^ cnme at times w'.en tlieie was no ono on the r.ln^ays. Kill FANS THKRE. O w i n g to the f a i t that theic were so n i p n \ otiier a t t i a c n o n s about t ' w n , tiie a f , ·]' u 1 ' e at the garie was not q u i t e ,lp in e \ p a itl'ili". Abo it 100 f ins w re nn hand b n % \ e \ e i and the close smi'- [ i l i n ' - ' i f d tlu-'n w i t h p h n t \ of t l u i l l ^ . -- O O.irey, If \Vasner, ss .... V i o x , 2b Mowtey, ."b .... K o n e t c h v , Ib .. Kellv, cf illtchcl, rf Gibbon, c 2 Adams, p 3 Totals 30 0 B 27 S I Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0--] Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 O P J O 0--0 Two ba^e hit--Vaughn. T h t e e base hits--Corriden, Konetchy. Stolen bases--Viox. Douhlo plaj--Good to 3resnahan to Vaughn Bases on balls--Off Vaugn.i 3; off Adams 1. Struck out -By V a u g h n 1; Adams 1 AFTERNOON G-VMC. K. IT. E Chicago 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 4 6 0 P i t t s b u r g h 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i)-- J 6 J Batteries --- Cheney and Hresnahan; Coopei, M c Q u i l l a n , Con-it-lrna 1 ] ai;d Coleman, Gibson. GIANTS W I N BOTH. M!itllieu*.»n latches Bnllmnl ( ontegt. Isen York, Ju!v 4.--Npu York «on b o t h of i l l . li h o ! i ( l i Rames f r o m P h l l a d c l p l i l a h e i f o,l.vv, t i k t t m UK moi nmc ^iint " to 4 a n i l t!i, . i f t t r n i H i n l o t i t t i - t .'. tn .' M.ilthowson i t i l . r l b i t l . a n t h lo- .N v Vork ami t h o u p l i 1 ' h i l ul :pl i i op^n f i x e j n n n ^^ \\ nh hHs, onr. \ \ i t h .1 t n p l e t h t - v could not scoro ^i 01 e, n oi n n K G.inif P I I l l . \ I i T ; i , r H I A A B P.. H PO A. E ii. 2I o 1 :', ^ 2 0 II II II 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 Chifeds and Hoofeds Divide Doubleheader. TIC.EKS AXD MAPS DIVIDE. TV-troit. J u l v 4--Detroit and Cleve- l.-T.d b r o k j even in the two games h-r, torta. the \isitors taking the n i ' . r n i n s game, 10 to S. and the Tigers the afternoon contest, 3 to S. Score morning game: K. H. E. r 0 3 1 4 1 1 0 0 0--10 13 2 !·, troit . . 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 -- 8 10 5 Batteries--Gregg, Mitchell and O X e i l l . Carisch, Dubuc, Cavet and btariage. AFTEP.XOON GAME. Cleveland R.H. E 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0--2 8 2 Detroit 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1--3 9 3 Batteries--Steen and O'Neill; Main t) d McKee. BOSTO A*D SENATORS SI'I-IT. Washington. July 4.--Boston took ·the morning game today, 1 toC, whUe "\Vabhmstoa captured the atternoon Contest, 3 to 2. Score morning game: R H. E. Boston 000 100 000--1 4 1 Washington 0"0 000 000--0 4 3 Collins and Cainiran, Engel and Henry. Afternoon game: R . H E . Boston 2 o n « o o o o o -- 2 4 1 .·Washington 100 002 00«--Z 6 o Bedient, Coumbe and Thomas; Shaw end \Vilhams. Defeat Clinton, 7 to 6-- Morganstine Pitches. __ IfanMer Emmett Byers' Moose base- Qall team climbed to the top of the iMoose league Saturday afternoon at the Three-I park by defeating the Clinton Moose by a score of 7 to 6. The vVmtesc was close and exciting through- cSt but superior hitting and fieldins ^ive the combat to the locals. MORGANSTINE PITCHES. ' Jake Morganstine hurled the first «even rounds for Decatur and was in (i«-top form most of the time. In the Kln.-i« C'ltv. J u l \ 4 --St L.Hils won t\\ o games n nn Kansas C i t s today, 4 tn 1 and 1 to 0 Groom held the locnl= to t« hits in the f i r s t same. The same was t a i l e d in the e,?hth in- ring to allcm St. L,ouK to citch a train Score f i r s t game: 15 H E. Pt. Louis 200 000 002--1 6 3 Kansas City 000 dOO 000--0 2 0 Gioom and C h a p m a n ; AJam 5 , Stone an,l Easterly. Second game: R H E. St. L)ins 000 010 00--1 7 2 Kansas City 000 000 00--0 5 1 Brown and Plmon; H a r r i s and Eastel ly. CHIPEOS W I X AMJ LOSE. Indianapolis. J u l y -I.--Chicago and Indianapolis split even in a double header this afternoon. Indianapolis taking the first game 12 to 3 and the visitois the second, 6 to 3. The batting of the locals was the feature ot the contest, and Fibk'a pitching marked the second. Score first game: R. H E. Chicago 000 Soil OOW-- o 5 2 Indianapolis 121 c i O O 35« -- 1 2 '14 1 Watson, Prendeigabt and Wilson, Block; Kai'-erlliig and Hariden. Second same: R. H. E. Chicago 003 000 300--5 S 1 Indianapolis ... .101 001 000--3 7 2 Fisk and Block; Moseley and Rariden. BUPPEDS WIN AMI LOSE. Brooklyn. July 4.--While Finneran held B u f f a l o to six scattered hits B r o o k l j n pounded the ball hsrd and won tho morning same tod°y by a score ot 6 to 1. B u f f a l o t u i n e d the tables on the B r o o k l j n s this afternoon and won, 6 to 2. Score morning game: R. H. E. B u f f a l o "O" 0[l() Oil--1 6 2 Brooklyn 101 001 OT--6 11 2 Moore. Brown and Blair; Finneran and Owens. Afternoon game: R. H. E B u f f a l o 021 010 110--6 8 0 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -- 2 6 4 Ford and Blair; lafitto, Juul and Land. FITTFEDS WIN BOTH. Pittsburgh, July 4.--PittsbuiRh won bot hholidav games from Baltimore, taking the morning game 5 to 1 and winning the afternoon contest, which went ten innings, 8 to 7. Scores Morning game: R H. E. Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 -- 1 8 0 P i t t s b u r g h 301 001 00'--5 8 1 Wilhelm, Conley and Jacklltsch; Barger and Berry. Afternoon game: R. H E. Baltimore 060 000 001 0--7 14 3 Pittsburgh 130 000 102 1--S 15 0 Quinn, Smith and Bussell, Jacklitsch; Camnitz, Walker, Knetzer and Berry, iladclen. 0 0 0 Tntnl 1 ! ; 4 5 24 17 "I iiu-d 'or l.nclcru" n 1th. " M M t t t i l lor Tinci p in mil. x r \ v YORK A B R it p o ^ ' ( « 1 d r : (I ] 2 0 : l i n r n ' If ·; » 1 3 0 1 i i l l 0 0 Tota.s r.' o 14 28 13 2 M i^ei nut h i t by b a ' i d ball. i'v f n n n cs r ' u l j d i ' i n ' n a .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0--1 .NPIV 1'oik 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 "--o ?r.\nt\Rr. T u n ~ h i = ? hi's--G Burns. LlidcHis BTTIP Slo'di b IF «--Lobort. '2, Mas»''. (5 Burns Hastes on b V ' s -- O F f Ti^refm 7. R K c v . 2, T i n i u p o Smirk out -H\ T . c ' o a u ,. Mar- qa i d . 1 T i n c u p . 2 H i t 1 * -- ( I f i R i \ p y . 4 in - '· mnmt,', Tuii'up, In in 7 1- i n n i n g s , Te"*- rEMii. 4 in 7 1-3 inning 1 :, Ma-quard 1 In 1 J-J I n n i n g ? A f t e r n o o n game: Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 6 8 Ncu Y o r k d 0 0 0 0 1 02'--3 S 1 Mayer and Dooln. M a t t h c ^ s o n and Movers CARDI.\l.S TIGHTnv HOLn. St Louis, J u l y 4.--Pt. Louis tightened Us hold on third place in the National league race, w i n n i n g both games trom Cincinnati. The score of the first game was 4 to 3; o£ the second, 8 to 1. Score first game: R H E. C i n c i n n a t i 100 C20 000--3 6 2 St. Louis 010 020 10»--4 7 1 Ames. Douglass and Clark: Perritt ond Wingo. Second game: R H E. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -- 1 7 2 St. Louis 010 004 03--8 11 0 Tingling-, Lear and Clark, Gcnzales; Sallee and Snydcr. TRIPI-ES WITH TWO OJJ. And Brooklyn Beatn Roffton In Eleventh--Win Both. Boston, July 4.--With two on bases in the eleventh inning. Smith tripled, driving in two of the runs which gave Brooklyn a 7 to 5 victory over Boston in the morning game here today The home team tied the score in the ninth inning Brooklyn alfco took the afternoon game, 4 to 3. Connolly was put off the field in the first game for objecting to a decision by Umpire Byron. Scores: First game: R. H. E. Brooklyn 002 001 010 03--7 17 2 Boston 001 000 003 01--5 14 4 Brown, Eagan and Fischer; James and Whaling, Cowdy. Afternoon game: R. H. E. Brooklyn 000 110 011--4 5 2 Boston 201 000 000--3 6 B Rucker, Reulbach and McCarty; Tyler and Gowdy. DECATUR~MONARCHS TO BLUE MOUND The Decatur Monarchs will go to Blue Mound Sunday to play the team there. Manager Dombroski will take along his usual lineup with Coover pitching. Shulke, former Monarch pitcher, will twirl for Biue Mound. It will be his last brush game around here this season as he leaves this week on j an extended trip to New York* CHAMPIONS OF SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE. never In th« BEATS dMPIlIGN Ten-inning Game to Decatur Ball Team. First Methodist Team. --Photo by Rembrandt Studio*. Top Row Cleft to right)--Cooper. Faunce Robinson, H. W. Rodgers, coach. Bottom Row--Maxwell, Donaldson, Fritz, Harris, sleeter. McDonald. This team won the championship o f class B in the Sunday school league. The team played fourteen and lost only one. They have extended a challenge to an5' team in the commercial league- for a game. games COST OF RUNNING THREE-I BALL TEAM Dubuque Telegraph-Herald: Did you ever stop to figure out j u s t how much money it takes to keep a baseball club the Three-I league going for one season? Dan O'Leary, manager of the Da\ enport Blue Sox, hns it all doped out and can prove that it costs more than ?15,000 or an average of ?200 per day. Some bundle of coin for a m i n o r league club! Transportation for players to the n t v in which they are to plav and = p n n g t r a i n i n g is the fir=t big item. Flavors' salaries for the seT-on a m o u n t to m the neighborhood of $10,000. (_"iround rent, tra\ eling expense?, including railroad fare and hotel bills, pile up the e^pense and there are any n u m b e r of i n c i d e n t a l ^ , including: doctor bills for players who are i n j u r e d in games. Besides, there is tho ex- pp n^- of f in n f ' b i n e r u n l f o t tn=, other equipment and pcores of other Items that all run up into figures. HUSTL.E TO MAKE GOOD. With an average daily expense ac- e-cunt of $-00 to meet, it can readilv be seen that Three-I clubs have to hustle to get an e\ en break. On the road a Three-I club, according to Dan's figures, loses J150 a day. This is easily explained through the fact that a club draws merely a 550 guarantee on the road, which does not leg'n to cover the daily expenses. And the T h i e e - I league is noted for Its long jumps. Sunday games at home are the life savers for all clubs, but It is an absolute certainty that a Three-1 club can't make any money unless one or more p'ayers are disposed of at fancy prices. DURUQUE S ATTENDANCE O'Lear's dope Is corroborated by M master Plnss of the Dubuqiie club. The Hustler pilot's record shows that more than $10,000 has already been paid out for the maintenance of the club so far this season. This amount included the pay roll of Wednesday, July 1. The total attendance In Dubuque up to "Wednesday was 21,636. This IB a good record and does not include the attendance at the White Sox-Hustlers' exhibition game when 6,189 paid admissions were recorded. It was the coin realized from this game that put the Dubuque management In the clear to meet Wednesday's pay roll. LOVINGTON LOSES TO SHELBYVILLE Shelbyville, July 4.--Shelby villa won from the Lovlngton Cubs this afternoon, 13 to 7. It was a lively game and a large crowd attended. ROUMAS LOSES WRESTLING MATCH Springfield, July 4.--Walter Evans, xvelterweight wrestler, be-at Georse Roumaa of Springfield tonight after one hour and twenty-seven minutes of The Decatur Come Across team defeated the Champaign Moose team at Champaign Saturday, 5 to 4, In a ten- inning battle In which the pitching of Goessler was a feature. He struck out thirteen men and allowed but three hits. The two teams will meet in a second game Sunday afternoon, The line-ups and score are as fallow*: Champaign -- Gundlock, p: Ludwlg. c; Shulte, ss: Tessler, 2b; Smith, cf: Collins, Ib; Kelson, 3b; Hoot, If: Johnson, rf. Come Across -- Gardber, c: Goesaler. p: Shawhan, Ib; P. Wright, 2b: Mln- tun, se: C. Rushing, 3b; Augustine. K; Benford, cf; B. Rushing, rf. The score: R.H.B. C. Across 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1-- 6 10 2 Moose . . . 0 0 0 9 2 0 0 0 2 1--4 t I PERU TEA~M^INS FROM TIGERS The Peru team defeated the Saturday morning, 10 to 0, the losers getting but three hits off the opposing pitcher. On the strength of their rood showing 1 , Manager Mathews ha« leaned a challenge for any team to meet hla Peru bunch. His address is R, F. D. No. 4, Decatur. JAPANESE O!T BRIDGE. Kenechl Nakamn, chief engin maintenance of way of the railways, with headquarter* In Toklo, ID order to study American methodfl ot construction, has been granted permission by the B. ft O. to work on its largre, double track bridge betn^r built over the Mononga-hela rrver at Glenwood, Pittsburgh. He is now at work in co-operation with American engineers and construction men on th« actual bridge work. The Japanese government Is defraying expenfeg ot their official while he gathers data, and compiles a report to be ·ubmlt* ted to the Japanese commissioner of railways upon his return. WABASH WANTS NEW CARS. Among the first streaks In the VVtt bash prosperity kr the Inquiry which has been received by a large car building concern for 1,600 new box cars. The Banner Route is also on the market for seven new mall cart, according to officials, and other rolling stock Is soon to be put In Rood condition. The order for the 1 600 new boxes has not yet been let, It in understood, but St. Louis offices are asking: for the new equipment. Tomorrow Morning We Start Our Bid Suit Sale A Half-Yearly Clearance of Unusual Saving, If you have ever followed similar events at this store you know what this sale means. All our remaining stock of Men's and Young Men's High Grade Suits at the following reductions: 855 { Suits, $12.50 $22.50 { Suits, $15.50 1 Suits, $18.50 { Suits, $22.50 200 Blue Serge Suits, Medium Weight, All Sizes, 20% Discount Plum THE'CLOTHES'SHOP "'Correct Appawl.for 49 315-317 N. Water St. NEWSPAPER! SPAPERf

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