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Thursday Evening, July 16, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Five Tearney Wires Manager I Neal to Continue. * Springfield. July 16--That the Dan- Mll* team will continue to play in the Three-I leaue for some time, became an asiured fact Wedne'daj when A 3x Tearne-v. president of the circuit ·wired Manager Bill Neai to c o n t i n u e to follow h i i schedule and l u m p his jt im to Bloomlngrton Thursday In the telegram Tea-rnev stated to !Ncii t h a t the league would take care t t ^ e r ' u b aid t h a t it w o u l d be fcnoun for a while as a ' f l o a t e r ' "·hat i« ill the games scheduled for P n m t l l e w i n be transferred to the oth *·· riTi" 6 : ind the 'ferrboaters will be kept on the road continual!"* IA)OK FOR TO\\N T* this 1 Ian is followed out Damille T I I I J i m p t o Bloomlngton Thursday and t h e n r » t u r n tr Springfield Mondaj for a se'ie" T e m n e j In the meanwhile w i l l look a b o u t for another city in v ^ ch to place the club and in all T r o b a b l H t - i «^veral of the prominent business m « n of D a n i l l l e ma\ aarree tr. f i n a n c e The team for the remainder of the sp=*on rnosprrTS *.BE POOR. Dam lie Commercial Vews -- 1 am nw s i t i n g a r^plv from President Tear- j i f \ I w i r e d him this m o r n i n g t h a t no f n e had heen round to take o\ »r the Hub Bold President EoUe of t h e D a n R l l l e baseball c l u b ^\ rlnesdav in re- r a r d t n t h e r e p o r t e d s u r r e n d e r "f the I r a n - h U e ind the a b a n d o n m e n t of basebill II P a n M l l e Mi Bo%le spoke v c i r l h n h » n he « a l d It He his been en the = l ( k l l « t fo- the past few daj o «nd t h e pr"H ** t « o? seeing baseball Quit P-n 'lie lid n"t h » l p m a t t e r s an} rrN"ME TV M-^H BIST of e n t h u s i a s t s w h o t h i l i l t l a d f u l l in a group he^n ondpa\ Ting t c i m T,\ a 1 * M i l l ruts \\ ·* a Tom pit "lime P r n t \ of r n t l i M a i of i d a i « but wre to purchase Wednesday, l i t t l e Thei m ind wer» not able to the most i m i n r t a n t thins; of all -the ca«h to hm the team Connie \ \ a l s h f o r m e r manager of t h « t e a m and s t i l l a member of the h j r l i n g s t a f f now i n D a n v i l l p with a frpike w o u n d w a s said to b- e n d e a \ o r - j r c to i n t e r e s t a n u m n ^ r of w e l l to do f t o r t i r E r m e n in t h r p u r r i i s o o f t h e c l u b Ho c l i TM » d t" h i v o ronsldenblo f rtro' ra cement One of the men h° L aimed to h a v e lined up w a s the T r l n " i p a l o t v n e r of t h e cl ib in l q ^ M c h w o n the p e n n a n t in the old II l t ague ATMOSPHEREfFULL OF NEAR DEALS pporia Star A d e i l was p e n d i n g thi* m o r i ' n e b e t w e e n B l o o m i n g on an 1 in I!* 1 n h f - f b \ P i r ^ h e r Site 1 - and ( ·)·,- f - F r l o f / a r e t o eo t o t h e Bloom- P r r i * PHrhP 1 - Wal'sh and Pla er a \ t i n t w o n n m i l l e pla H f 1 *, ire n on t r i p h o s p i t a l list and ^ITM Id the J aTMllp. r] rectors f o r f e i t i n e l i f r a n rh « ( t ]* h i g h H proharne, t h a t the ]*·-·= e \\ i i r f f n « e to " a n r t l o n t h p df-r · n i ' n ^ l f r n i r c r f o r U im h o l l i n c r th J a n ^ ' f i h t n f c t for the g-oorl of i h *. i-" « \ ^ r it t« dccmto be^t to Back in His Old Time Playing Form Ull L\ PURTELL, Bilh Pur*ell. the former De~*itur third baseman is p l a v i n g «pnsitiona ball for the Detroit c l u b in the American lea cue and 's one of the rea 'come hacks O f the s^a^on The Detroit W a s h i n g t o n ?ame "^ ednesdav ended In a 3 to 3 tie 1 vi o af the Tiger r u n s \\e r e due to P u t t e l l s t r i p l e and his sacrifice fi\ On The othe hand Dan Moel'er the f o i m e r M i ' H k m athlete m a d e ti\ o o f ^ a c hing~*on s runs in t h e third in -lapping: out long t r i p l e PROGRESS OF PENNANT RACES l a v e n p o r t p r l n g f l e i d 'eona Deratur Won . Vt 46 ·ir j-i 41 IT" TABLE Pot i FRID41. ^itur at Peorfa Dan\ Illf at Bloomlmctoi Dubuq ia n t ^ormgf old D a \ e n p o r t at SpringHe'd S RF« -HM ] t and C u r r m i n g s anO 1 I-M n t - t r n h T - p u r c h a s e d Pit v n Ff m th* Ta ro clul of the \ I - T C IP Thp Q i n n r y ^lub ^ o n l / 1 i k- to « p r u r » ronnlp- \ V i l s h f r o m x i U f * b i r "U i\*h i« l a i d up w u h a ~ \ n r n n r m due to Mood poi-on- H ^ f 5 it N nr»t probable t h a t the w i n g o t h r o icb SPORT STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD Groh Tm BfliiUhed, Helm* 1 (Vnh \ \ a ^ 1 a m s h ^ d from the f'Md at C i r c i n n R t ! ^ p d n p c d u v f for dis- p u t i r e rh' 1 u m p n e « i and one of the^c o f f i c i a t e s ^as o ir old f r i e n d John- von th" r* the -ea*Ti If-a^tip Darn 1 HP- "tarted out m Another Pennnnt. n«s f o r m e r Commodore nt 'or the f l r « t half ot t i e ^n i t h » r n M i c h i g a n IP m a n a g i n g - Bay City at tV" 1 n n t t o m and c l i r n ^ d ^ tb the t e a m u n i i l t h ^ \ -werp rut of reirh of al! o t h e r te-ims and it v.ap decided to sp! t th* 1 's^ueon Qiiinr-v Get« Reoiie Q j i n ^ v has taken on Pit tier John He'"* of LaBeile Mo f o r r n c r l j of 'VValla T \ a i l a , M ash r ub-- h"irt Iphla - l o u l s * l o r k BrookH n Boston Pi It Hrook B o « t n n a t P r o o k K n Phi a-IMph REED'S MEN STILL HIT AT A TERRIFIC CLIP rele permitted, w'th a score of 49 In the shootoff Rollins knocked down 21 birds, while Crothers bagged 20 Elmer Duggan Climbs to .358--Welday and Biltz Go Up--Team Average Better. The Commodore fielding and batting averages are gradually climbing up, thanks to the h i t t i n g of Du?gan, W*»I- Iw and Biltz v, ho are steadily climb- ng The recent o f f i c i a l a\ erage^ for the Three-I were for all games up until June 30 DUGG4.N STII/L CLIMBS Since t h e n these three p l a c e r s ha^ e cl^rrbed in b a t t i n g Duggan going- up e l e v e n points, \ V e l d a v t h i r t ' v f h r e e p c i n t g and Blitz six Schri er and .Anch dropoed Manda r e m a i n e d ^tai o n a r j and K i r m a e r n ent up j u « t a *jw points The averages of Bill V i e b a h n viho u i t a few d a \ s ago are not i n c l u d 1 in these f I FT ires or the team a-\ e^- pe -nould be lust a few points l o w e r he team as H now is, is h i t t i n g at a 277 a v e r a g e or f u e points hetter t h a n hn the o f f i c i E l f i g u r e s were complU-i i and Collins w a s caught off the bag Both Collins and D a \ i s w e r e to Mame or the trick and P t i r t p J l deserved thr ^ r p a t e r p a r t of th» c r e d i t for it T h i s s the second tJiif this season t h a t Pe r o i t has been mi oh ed In the ^ t u n t 7he f i r s t time it w a s t h e \ i r t i m ^ h ^ i tl^on of the Nap 1 * caught Fob ^ each iff t h i r d base w i t h i t w h i l e J e n n i n g \ a j coacnlng t h e r e I t c o ^ t t h e Tigpr a gams w i t h C l e \ e l i n d A. s i m i l i r t u n t pulled on Collins and D a M S si to be the essence of b r a i n ? ball w a ^ a w e l c o m e \ i n d i c a t l o n or the Tigers BETTER IN FIELDPTO The team i s f i e l d i n g 453 or a b o u t f i g h t points bette- t h a n when the off i c i a l figures were compiled Most of these plavers c l i m b e d jmt a few p o i n t s in t h e i r J n d n i o u a l f i e l d n ^ a\eras w h i l e thiee pitchers s t i l l r a t l i n t h e i r p e r f e c t mark The a\ erages i n c l u d - ing the ganes of .Tuestfaj ir e as follows F,lltz ·~t herer "Man la K l r m ^ e L\ n t h SO _0i T t _ s S 17- 11 17 7 11 2 o in 40 1 41 6 31 0 ' 17 n : noo Ixpected to Beat American in Today's Battle. Vrneritan. P h l H d - l p i l a "Detrnli at fjniton Ind n m p o t l " B r o ( k K n it Bait morp at M M O R I V 4 O I F 't Loin* P h i l i l » l p h l n c~m»* p^f,fpnn«d on account - T i ) n f^hl^agc n l f 1 *^ c ^ Tork 2 ^2 Bntterles .^cott i~ n't* 1 FT! f r nn 1 M a \ p r P eh arhr»p in 1 N n m m n K f r ^^Tind canie pw 1 n k^ 1 I~1 hl'-aen i - 0 Battr!?·!-- sip n n l 5 ' f ° n % P-^n PI n ' t " find ^ r h i l k T \ n ^ l i i r i p t o n \ ~ D**i r^i t, "* t-S (^ In-n f n c s r a l p 1 tn p ] ^ n ppt f»t in cntch a t r a i n ) B i t t p r l n c Boohllne; F n c l r Find V. 11- Ilimi nrif5 Hpnrv ro\ Tioqkl* DTU;S and Stanajre Bo*tnn 4-71 C l p ^ ^ l a n r l ft-7 1 R a t t r r i p a -Teona"fl and Carngan G r r p g Collamore and Par'irh Federal St LoulB 2-V1 Chicago Bro"\n nnd Cliiprnan H p n -^ 1 Baiterle«=-- h qnr) \T] son m ^ Ifu^l Bat- C jllop Adams They Rode in Anton, Q u - r c r Herald Ye^terda^ the Commodores w e n t to the ball pai k in a u t o - rnnbile 1 : Pome clas* *»h ' All the nthers h a \ e been satisfied to ride In the hotel omnibus but Reed "las side- t^acked the time honored tw o hoss f h a v for the more modern tro!le\ anfl the u p to aate motor But t r ^ n pride Soefch before a f a l l as the old a d a ^ e s a j e t h The h u n ^ h came ha j g h t i l j in automooile*; and lost a aoubie header perhaps the jo\ riding v.as too rich \r the blood of the athlete ivhat »id noemm oo? Qumcv Herald Dupgan apparently ^fts in anv town Tn t h p three games fee made four mngrl^c and a home run ·tit ef ten times up Biltz another leading son of s'tiat made onl tuo hits In th« entire series \ \ e l d a j ma3e ·four out of eleven attempts and Ziggv echer^r made btit one out of s e v e n trial* -Ml f o u r are bitting 300 or better up to J u l 1 and -while Duggan and Welda\ k*pt up w h i l e « o i o u r n i n F bere, Biltz and Scherer slumped. t p r l e " -- Mosele\ and R o r i r l anrt Easterly B u f f a l o 7-1010 Baltimorf A-4-^ Batteries --Moore and Blair Con^ H u g h p p nncl Jack- it^ch and Boucher ^ocond eim* B i f f n l o 1-4-1 Bi t l m o r p 0-^-0 Batt"rl"=-- \nrierion and IvH^iune Younp and JarklU«r-h Brooklyn 4 f-0 Pittsburgh - lfi-1 Batteries -- c e aton and Land Kn-1::* r and Berr; Xotional st Lou!«! 1-10-1 Boston " 5-^1 --Sallee and ^n^der He-^s and Gn Chicago 5-11-3 Nen York 4-6-1 Ba --Smith and B t c ^ n a h n and Hareir»e rpau nd McLean Pittsburgh 1-7-0 Brooklyn 3 10-4 terles--Cooper anci Ginson Reu'bam and McCart% Cincinnati 6-12-2 Philadelphia 4-8-2 B^t- ( e ri es _Dougla«;' Schneider and Erw In Ri ^v Ofschger and Ktllifer Batteries Bit- London Jul 16--There w a s a great n f l u x of sportsmen from France and thei European c o u n t r i e s todav to at- end the t w e n t round fight between G u n b o a t ' Smith t h e h e a v y w e i g h t a n d rsee Carpentie 1 - the E u r o p e a n L vw eight c h a m p i o n d o w n for dei c ion t o n i g h t in the area at Ohmpla A m o n g those -who a r r i \ e d were manv merican-i A f a n \ w h o came tod-^y and ho f a i l e d to book ( h e r seits In ad- n n c e w e r e d i s a p p o i n t e d F \ e n t h e oorest seats far from t h w r i n g s i d e ere q u o t e d from $11 to $2* w h i l e lose In the x l c i n i t v of the ropes w e r e ot o b t a i n a b l e at anv price MLCH INTEREST The f i g h t has created more ' n t e r e ^ t ,an a n \ p u g l l i f t i n p n r o u n t e r since hat between Peter Jack-on and Frink S l a ^ l n about a q u a r t e r of a cen- irv ago a l t h o u g h no world s cham !on c hip is at stake C A R P E N T I E R F A V O R I T E C a r p e n t l e r t n d a w a s still a f a \ o ' ' t e the betting 1 ^ m i t h ^ ba k e i B w erf ad\ to accept e \ e n monev but thp renchmin p followers seemed w i l l l n c placp t h ^ i r mone\ i t an\ ond^ It s d i f f i c u l t to e s t i m a t e the a m o u n t agered on thp e v e n t as nn c e n t r a l p for m a k i n g heN oxi^t's in Lon h u t it w a ^ k n o w n t h i t p n c t K n l l \ v one in t h f » leadinc: club*, and hn- tpi=: had some mone\ T t = I I K P The pi ornotf-s of tin 6 ; c o n t e n t app a r e n t U w i l l r n a k p a ( . n n H d P r a b l p p i o f i t and w i l l rmko up t h e i r o e f i c i p n r o n t h p r e ^ p n t f i g h t for t h e H c h t w e i g h t c h a m p i o n s h i p of the w o r l d b c t w ecn Freddie "^pNh and TS l l l i e Rtt"hie ROY MOORED EIGHTH PLACE 4nd Cad-rrallnder sixth nt tbe Springfield Shont. Deeatur shooter's did not f a r e T eri w e l l In the second d a ^ shoot of the I l l i n o i s Gun Club at F p r i n e f l e ^ Wed nesrlav In the f i r s t e \ e n t of 150 H r d s Roy Moore of D e e a t u r r a n k e d e i g h t h among the amateurs b r e a k i n g 133 out of 150 birds, and Cadwallader T*as tied 'or ebith among the twelve professionals T \ i t h 125 out of 150 Tn the second e \ e n t of f i f t y t a i g n t s Moore wa; a b o u t t w e n t \ first w i t h f o r t \ - f o u r birds a n d C T l w a l l g d e r r a n k ed n i n t h among the p m ' p e s ^ i o n a l * CROTHERS \\!\-=: Dr E L Trothers of B l o o m l n g t o n w o n t h e f i r s t p \ e n t o f t h e da^ I S O t a ^ e e t q i n w h i c h "hootpf. h a \ i n g a n i \ e i a g e of S6 or b e t t e r w e r e h a n d i capped from I B t o 2 ? \ a r ] - This con- te-t was so s t i f f t h a t t h ^ " w o l v e s ' re f u s r d to enter and a n u m b e r of the good m a r k s m e n nn the jsrioimd* failed to pa\ t h e j r e n t r v fee as thev could not see an o p p o r t u n i t y of g e t t i n g t h e i r m o n e v back Ragle a n d P o h f n s o n t i ^ d for second In this e w n t w i t h 13R and three places w e n t t o M n l l e k w i t h 1 3 7 Crothers a n d R o l l i n s bnth of Bloomington t i e d for fir«?t h o n n r c n the afternoon content the L r S m i t h champ i o n s h i p ^0 targets u«e of b o t h b a r - Its Speed, Power, Economy, Ease of Operation and Durability make the' At its price it is tbe world's greatest automobile value. A fully* equipped, rooniv S pas- eengerfamily automobile. Thecar that YOU should own. Com: and inspeel :t. Daws on Au tomobile Co PURTELL WORKS TRICK ON COLLINS NFWSPAPFR! Probably the most mortified person after the Tigers series at P h i l a d e l p h i a wras Eddie Collins w h o had the h i d d e n ball trick p l a \ e d on him to catch h i m off second Tvith one out and a i un needed to - n i n in the latter part of the fiml game B i l l v Purtell tva" the man w h o pulled the s t u n t and Harrv Di\ is was the coacher on t h i r d who overlooked Blllj s t r i c k Collins had w a l k e d and stolen when Baker filed to Veach Veach returned the hall to Purtell at t h i r d BilU hid i t u n t i l tbe proper time had come w h e n he threw to Kavanaugh USED CARS AT A BARGAIN ONE 1914 Runabout--demonstrator--as good as new , used thirty days. --ALSO-One Flanders Touring Car. One Overland Touring Car. « All cars in good running condition. Come and see J. G. Starr Son Lincoln Square, Decatur, 111. m DEFERS CLEI The 'Wabash defeated the Wabash Clerks 13-1 in a "lugging bee Wednesday a f t e r n o o n Tjp to the last half the :ierks were held to two runs In the f i f t h t h e r a n i n spven markers Dooiev showpd up well at the stick, rraklng two three-baggers The score I n n i n g s -- TVaba^h a b a « n Clerks S 4 4 2 0 0 1 1 S T A \ D I \ G D e c i t n r Brirlge Co T S C l e r k s W 9 6 5 5 ·--13 7-- 9 Pet 1 000 Sli7 625 625 555 350 000 TOD^Y ! GAMF Meets John Simpson of Gaiesburg for Cup. MANY FROM DECATUR Guests at Tournament- Ends Tonight. The golf championship of central H- Inois will probablv be decided at C n a m p a i g n this p f t e r n o o n Howard Walton of C h a m p a i g n -nil! compete i t h John Simpson of Gaiesburg. the present holder of t h p r u p W a l t o n is favored to win Simpson jesterdas defeated R a m e y of C h a m p a i g n 1 up, a.nd Walton d o w n e d Tart of Gaiesburg-, t up and 2 to go The f i n a l match odav will be a c!c = e one ag b o t h . men have been showing a strong game. LOCAL GOLFERS Local players were not so fortanate In golf Halnes defeated Beebe ot Qumcy yesterday, 7 up and 6 to go, in tjie eemi-finals for the Unco Doon cup. Dlxon of Springfield defeated Ewlng of De^atur, 1 up In the Na Muckle Doon race Chase Bloomington, defeated Giady, Dficatur, 3 up In the N' 1 Despei-andum Johns Deeatur. defeated Bl'ls, Champaign, 1 up. Deea- tur was e l i m i n a t e d from th« champlon- =hlp flight in the preliminary round ATTENDANCE GOOD The attendance at th e tournament w a s exceedingly good numbers of out of t o w n guests b»ms present A m o n g these were Mrs Simpson Mrs Boydon of Gaiesburg Sirs H Haines, Dee a t u r , Mrs Trego, Hoopeston, Mrr \\elty, Miss Elliott, Bloomington Mrs Forman and Mrs Dwlght Funk, Bloomington Mrs Char!» s G Powers ind Mrs C A B w m g of Decatu- were =£ts at the W B McKmley r e s i - dence Some of those who w i l l attend f i o m Decatui tortas w i l l be Mrs \V J jrad^, Mrs K Spencer M I E B Marguer te Blackstonc, the Mi«se s Emma and June Eivirg -Mies leannc'te Rodger^ ard M|s S Adelc B l a c k s t o n e A big aance w i l l be g i \ e n at ths club thK A c n i n g J THE "FIT-WELL" BARGAINS For Saturday Selling. '\\VvvMX^ $4 and $5 Men's Pants For 500 pairs of guaranteed "Fit-Well" pants for men and young men, made in latest peg, semi-peg and peg styles, of fine all-cheviots, worsteds, etc. In blues, grays and various striped effects, pants actually worth $3 and $4 a pair, special Saturday, §1.95. TJC kluki pants made of best quahl\ genuine arrm Khaki cloth n sale for Saturdav onh pair 45c 50c overalls made of excellent quality plain blue denim; wonderful bargains Saturday, pair 35e 50c work shirts, made of be=t quality blue chambraj--will not fade ea«ily. A big bargain each 50c underweir--shirts and drawers, balbnggan and iViIson Bros ^alnscok st-sl \alues on sale here Saturday, garment Standard 50c 35c RocUford wo^en work socks, the guaranteed Kind, always sold for flc a pair gn Saturday, pair "* Straw and silk hats--about 50 dozen of each kind to be closed out Saturday AH the Terj latest stIes in silk and straw; genuine $1 37C %alues, choice . . ..*"** 0c union suits--the verj light cool Poros Knit union suits al- wajs sold at 50c the s u i t , wonderful bars-tins here Saturdav, suit 35c 53 50 low shoes genuine MYER HO.N'ORBILT SHOES blacks and tans, button or lace blucher and English stales Spe- Cl OR cial Satprdaj. pair.. .. *··««' Men's silk ties. In white and fancy effects Values up to 50c; choice Saturday 1 flf onlj, each I O*» The Fit-Well Clothing Co. 445 NORTH WATER ST. DECATUR, ILL. dfe* ^^aTM Si 665 We invite comparison with any $2000 car on the market W. L Shellabarger Sons FIRE PROOF GARAGE NFWSPAPFR!

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