The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 5
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Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. T H E D E C A T F R R E V I E W Best Baseball Year In Decatur Since 1907 Hard Hitting Outfielder is Offered by Atlanta. Attendance to Reach 40,000 Before End of Season Team Home Monda y for Eight Days. A r c o r d l n s t o a t t r n l ^ n c e f i g II-PS foot *d up h \ o f f i l a l s of t h e De at ir base -\il c l u h t! Is ms hcpn th» hf st JP*IS n f i n a n c i a l ! -.in e P e o i c o R e i d h f l d ' h e r"]Ti here i n ' ·" " I I I . tot 1 i t l n d a n th ill f f l f l « ''I ] 'ot t h r th rtv e i i j t game* an i v e \S( r*t » a L ^ T I P ^ A N P ' - h 1 * ' 'vF n i r r l O N N o doubt t h e s h n r t p o r \ I r s - i n d r r s v iM h. b u r n If i t k n i\ t i n n r v i r- M w \ i l i n t n 1 I IT t Pt T l - I""- t f i l l ' , w i l i . i p p rf f l r t » i I ' t i e - r l K h t «. rr or , rl i t oiild 1" l ri tr* d Hi 1 * r ·*! t i o n W T J s h o w n t ' t l" i f ! ! is del h f 1 \t to i n n Id t · i · r - n ^ n t ho! 1 i.ood n HI M n l T . f o r t h --P i sr n \t 111 I ' ! I k ' ' i l i 1 of t T h l - I t h i 1 ! i t HI s In | ] s ,,, i « I I - N c d l . n i , S 1 , |f I \\ i s' n « i I I ( u \ i i l m s *f ' ' I r i f m r x h l ' i l l n ' mr n I I w , 1, t n l l l » r n l , n d , Defunct Danville Club is Transferred There. MEAL STILL MANAGER Molinc Fppcted to Remain Permanently. con I d e r a b K H A I T E D IV FIRST R a i n s oppea the Commodores and I n s t i l l e r s in Peorla Thursdas the dow i ! r h t i p um i n t h e f i r s t I n n m e Af t i f u i i siiinf. at Peorn S u n d a v the c n n If. om, i ome for e i g h t d a v s r 1 r i n e w h e n t i m e t h e « 111 p l a v Tine ~ imf ^ T H A T BOOSTER DA.Y l i\r t r h e = p w i l l be w i t h Q u m v he ,- 1 1 1 1 ^ M o n d a v a n d e n d i n g u p w i t h a bi., lo ihle l l l l on T h l l t s d a \ w h l i h H t ' c second booster d n \ of thf season T «p ond c a m e t h i t a f t e r n o o n w . l l he 1 p o s t p o n e d Kfirne u i t h t h e \ e t r r a n s a i d i t w i l l ils-, h e t h e la-n a p p e a i a n c e ol t h i ( t e a m ilere t h i s season F U N D ON H ^ N D I n t n d n i c c m e n t liopes to ?;et a hi l i u r ) ^ , f |( a | r]^ Q n c l ] 1ac; ( j e ^ e ^ t I I dou! 1 h n n ler In t r a d of ^ f u l l n t T h e rr limn b a n d w i l l b. m i d t o p i n t i n s o m u s i c w h i l e t h e m m l e " d o t h e h e s i t a t i o n oro i n n I » I «^w« \i II be i l a v e I In Mcline n e x t Tue d a \ SCHERER TO QUINCY In Deal for Conger and Holland, it is Said. "S"ou can h a v e Pat F l a n a g a n at nom inal option w a s a m r s s a e e l e c e i v e d from the Atlanta Southern l e a c u e team bv the D e c a t u r c l u h Fridav m o r n i n g and there is a p o s s i b l l l t v t h a t he m o v be brougrht on It p,olnblj a'l depends on the salarv Pat asks Of course he is s e t t i n g more in the 'lass A league team t h a n h« w o u l d here on a Class B leasue team The 'ocal club w o u l d like to eet 1 im how Her and In rase he w o u l d come at R Page Five Walton Beats Simpson ot Galesburg in the Finals. MILLER IS FAVORED For Championship j n Tennis Singles. the flj J, M. U. Meal Price Appointed to Succeed J. N. Ashmore \ p f l i t^t | e who f o i f i r * h q s o i r h e d a l h d i l l i I I I 1=1-1 o o I T i l o f l ri- i th po-*|t ,| of ri-e p ^ P t 'n-o s at t h ° fa -i M i c h wa-s -oTch of n t h rt» b I T t i . r I i · i i f t n t i I T - I 1" · M t t T h . i | b v be rt-f i l r i! ! I ! M ' I th r i k I ii i m r t t l lln I s 1 1 1 1 1 7 U t h r , · \ 1 n r l r l l e t t c s ir i n s t i n f o r in o o a o h l n K at t b e F i m i F M I i k n u n l v t\ T h i r s l n T i l " is it all i i in 1 i t h i c t u star at l » f " ' '! rt M h w h e r e ho r p ' I r ] l j \ f i r p ( r t ^ ear-« i \M r ( i \ insr rnr R--E ' ^ rl i n w t T k i i c t h e a t h l e t i c ' i f c i i 0 1 l i l i sr e o u i s c J t t h e 1 i t ' 111 n o l s He n i s also t i l i s f i i I n s i ni j e r om*; s in t l I M ' f M i 1 ir-in and In the Bat i N i l I nr i r I K e w as in ' h i i v I r l n t , t h e t e n n i s t o u i m m e n t ' ' i f i i i i rm Ir. n 500 1 P ' n l i e s v e r m s s i m i n i : ' I a str c i n 1 f o i c e f u l p»r*on I i f I l ~ T \ r \ i i i i £ Tr i m ml PI rf t r i p ha«e i l l ! i k t s 1 I P T Tm i' on M u ic ipn n in IVT o of n hn f « orl E; nrfl It MSI II I HI 1KIM. 1 I i In) I M 1 i If t i t T I k I i p . l i i f I r -»d n I * t n 11 h t n I l l r ·= ·* in n m an i i ho Erli of on'v " II I U! I i ^ i n i t h l r ic h i! ft I - I I h r ^ I I I FF I f iv I I i \ P h ee of ( h i p h v s i r a i " 1 1 I M m . l 1 i t t h ( T M I In i i - H i n s, rts ,,!, 1 t h e fr I I se^ r r e i th i n p l n l l e 1 Ml 1 ' n to M i ' M i h c h u re om- " 1 n I ' i ^ H t f r, T r h n f t h e ' n i i nf n i l ! N w ho U o n e of I ' ' I P \ J i t s of Hio o m t r v j THREE-YEAR^OLD WINS $5,000 STAKE i 1 i l v r I I - l i so stakes r it ' - · ' n l o w i p a r k f r l i v w e r e I I * h o m o i d e l e \ s t r ^ e v e a easomble pri e he m i l p r o l a r l v h Ho«»rd -Oalton of ·"h a n i p a | E n 'eated John Simpson of ra]o, mir g last . c a r s golf champion of c r n t r a l j lllno) « n th« final ro md on the Champaien o u n t r v r i u b l i n n s T h t^ a f t e r n o i n , IIP 1 to go Th» sco, , ,,,,, ^ llrt of l e firs round w a s h , p f n r ^ j ] t o n Hie men then h a l v ^ , p n ^ ( e|f?ht ole. t i r n t i e mate! w P, d o r m j six w l c e in succestion T\ ,it o n won t h e i f t h hole of the f i m i round in four lip 4 to plfl\ PERCT\ AL T\ I N N E R P'rcival also of CTapip s | r n m o n t h o v i D e s p p i a n d u m cup bv d o f P 0 t l n g Har i«on of G a l e s b u r e 1 up The pi a s for 11 of the cups w i t h the =\cep t |n n of t h e M;uckle Doon w a s b o t w e p n repre senta-tlves of Champaign and Galen burg- Keys of Sprlngfie'd defeated hi t°am mate Noah Djxon in the plav fo the Na Muchle Doon cup Brown o Ga'esburg won the Lnco Doon troph' from Bramble of Champaign None o the Deratur golfers reached the. semi f l n l l B Harrj Halne; was defeated b j Wll cox of Bloomington in the second roun for the Unco Doon cup " up 3 t c go Johns of Decatur u a s defeated 3 up ,, to go In the second round of the Ni Desperandum b^ J A Glower of Cham patg-n NET MVTCH HALTED The final match In doubles be*weei Miller and TC Ile% of Decatur and Coul and Grajiim of Bloomington wab stopped in t h e secon= set by a heavj rain and h a i l storm ^The De"atur men w o n the first set 7--5 and the second set ^a« 4--4 when Jt was inte-rupted Miller and Wilpi, were Dlajing- first class tennis and it i« expected that th»y will defeat the Bloomington men In the final matr-h this afternoon The match w i l l be r-ontlnued J u s t where It was In- teTUp'er! MILLFR TO WIN Phil Miller of D e r a t u r will meet Couler of Bloomlnpton the four times ·single champion of the Central Illinois o u r n a m e n t t h i s a f t e r n o o n in the match for the singles cup Both men ha\e been p l a \ m g fast tennis and the match w i l l re a close one Local players are expecting- Miller to w i n the match T h a t c h e r =hellebaiger and Miss GI1- ett ^irnes and TVIlllam Barnes Jr. nd i j s s Emma E w i n g represented Dea t u r in the dancing contest Thursday lenins- The contest was won by Sir 'idslex and Miss Elinor Robinson of prlngfleld 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. Shoe Purchase We Bought An Entire Surplus Stock of New Spring and Summer Footwear of One of the Largest Chicago Shoe Houses We Are Now Offering This Entire Stock of New Seasonable Footwear At A Tremendous Sacrifice Young Ladies' Baby Doll Ladies' Black Velvet Two Straps h r o i R h t here A t i o n on t i l s h a s been deferred T- 7 A forhett one of p r i n c i p a l b i c k e r s o f t h e t r i m w h o 1 CPU l o o k l n c i f t c r it Piesirient Z a n d e r LADIES' GUN METAL 2 STRAPS ! TO QI IM The air it p c s p n t i f n i of t n l k in 1 t h e ! i c = t report is t i n t PC " t t u hi* M \ c n Q'i nc^ ^ome c^--h R n d I o\ S"hcicr foi ^! o i l top roneer i n d I l t c h e i H o l l a n l A (1 i\ u a proposed ·- m !-i^ ipo ind it w a ^ s a i l to h a \ p heen clo^e 1 i p m P r r n Tl i srl-n n l i j h t I v George Peer! i H b o u p h the oca] o f f l r i a l ' i M \ e not heard n single w o r d i b o j t it ''r] Joel t, H nev w oo "^hurshv GIANTS AFTER LOCAL PLAYERS . PITCHER K I H M \YEB Officials nf fie n ^ r i i u r tn=phali r i u h fUJke no K rot of t h e fit t iat the PIV Tork 8l«nts ire T f f f p tchPi 0! i 3ie Kir-rnvor «nrt -nnr, n d Ba^rmn Oranda and would rlo«c a rleal for them at my m"m«nt If th" local man element wouM i p r o e ^oout Dick I Kins-Hi of th- Gipnts h i o it 1= ur der=too1 made a lanJins: o f f e r of » J n o n · tr. r ,h. ,,,,, r ,, fl , t h a t t , on ( condition t h a t they i f m a l n in their present form There \i nti i n d i ^ d t i o n t h a t th«\ n i l l he sold until near the enrj of the ae i c on Llmcr D i i P B ^ n " 1=; another Decatur p l a \ e r -who is ^lated for a d v a n c e m e n t this season Dugjran Is one of tl e cleanest p H \ » r s In habits and ictinns that e^er wore i rio^ a t, ] r u n i f o r m Hr i= I c a d ' n ? the Three 1 leaguo in hit t nir it present u i t h a prodlgiou s w a t notch, of 3oS. p^ TOR Q u m t w i n t p Schcrer to hoi ter UD wcTk h i t t i n g teim w h i t - D o c ^ t u r ·^ant-. Conpei to R r e r c t l r n u p the " h o r t i t o p place Ponger iv li viiris; the ·Jhoitstop"! of the leiKiie In f i c l r t l n s and according to the In^ o f ' l c i T l Treriges is h t t i r g onl\ 1^^ Holland h i s d o n e eood v o i k p i i r h i n £ r for Q u t n c \ PO f i r thi5 ^ea nn l it hems diflsa t i « f led lumped the te m r ° r c n t l % He ic slid (o h a * e w a n t e d t n come to De"ntnr He N h i t t ne: onK M f i l o cal bT=ehall men =^ h r t h nf ( I eie fel good pto = n e c t s for 11 ·, l( t h i " deal is completed it m e n u s B e r k c l ill he t u r i p r l loo=e MAI D p r p =;H\\\ON D e C T t u r hip also i een a f t e r C a t - h e r Munch forme'h wnii A t l a n t a In the Southern leag )e altho igh the p i o p c r t t of the Waihinfrton t e a m He w a s isker] 'or his teims hut the\ were too h!£rh The local clnh t h e n w i r e d M u n c h s e \ eral da\ s ago wlm tlie\ i\ould p ^ ^ lim a n d h e h a s n e \ e i a n s w e r e d t h r u sage For t m t reason unless he :ome9 to the terms offere 1 he w i l l not be brought on In case a pood e ^ t r T catcher Is secured s h a n n o n w-lll be dropped ·CHICK" EVANS WINS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Chicago Tulv 1 -- P'aMn* t h r o u g n av\ -wind and rain at trip R a \ IMoe Countrv Club jesaerda^v Charlfs E \ a n c Tr formerly holder of both he \\est- PTI amateur and, open t i t l e s i\on the first a m a t e u j championship of t h r r h f r-ago District Golf Association The Erlgow dter H n k s stir -"ofrlnelcd l nr c e'entv-tvvo hole ffipdal round u i t h the excellent total of 2 ( t AT THE BIG 2nd and 3rd Floor Bargain Depts. LADIES' NEWEST STYLES COLONIALS All the Newest Novelties Consisting of Mary Janes, Colonials, Tangos, 2-Straps and Pumps Ladies' White Canvas Two Straps and Mary Janes Extra Special Tangos, Patents and Satins, $3.50 Values Ladies' Patent and Dull Kid Pumps Bring the Children to the Big 3rd Floor Bargain Department Thousands of Pairs of Children's New Slippers, Mary Janes and Two-Straps Children's Patent and Dull Two Straps AETL R\ London Julj 1" Smith wants a return If Gunboat match right a w a \ he is not going" to encounter th° slightest d i f f l c u r t \ -nd r a --pentiei - m a n a g e r later In the dav It is Tir p c n t i e s w i s h as it is mv w r h t h a t the u h l t e champion of the world should retain the r - r n m r i c n s h i p not hv a m r r » f l u k e or d l s o u a ' l f l e a t i n n but bv r i g h t of superiorilv m buxin£r Des Champs c o m m e n t i n g on w i a t lie termed the U i s a n p o i n t i n i r pnd of v « da fight said hoth hr a n d CT-PPT tier were dissatisfied « i t h the result White Canvas Slippers for the Little Ones Children's Patent and Dull Baby Dolls $1.15 Children's White Canvas Two 69c BEG D. R. 2nd and 3rd Floor Bargain Departments SPAPFRf

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