Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on May 2, 1912 · Page 5
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f Thursday,. May 2, 1912. THE DECATUR DAILY, HERALU CLUBS ABE Off trial Schedule IllinoiS'Missouri League, 1912 HOI TO PUSHED WIN Dubuque Pulls Battle From Fire in Ninth and Springfield Loses to Danville. . Testerday was a hard. day. for othe: home teams besides- Decatur In the ;Three-I league. Springfield also lost before a large crowd, and Dubuque nnwA out Qulncy only in the ninth in -ninK. Other teams showed . signs of lack of training, too. the Dubuque eame being full of misplays. and Dan ville was the only club in the league tn escape the black . marks. The re- ' suits: . .. v DUBUQUE. Iowa, May 1. Thirty-fire hundred enthusiastic, fans saw Dubuque rfpfeat the Qulncy team nere tnis alter noon, by a score of 10 to 9. - Manusch's terrific hit between second and short stop in the ninth inning with two on bases was totally responsible for the visitor's defeat. Paddock who cavorted about the second base hit a home, run in the fifth with two. men on bases. Heavy hitting was abundant on both aides.' Qulncy had the game 'well in hand until in the last half of .the ninth when Moyer became wild and issued a pass to Swanson who went . to third on Beatty's single with two out Man-usch was sent in as pinch hitter,, and hit a hard grounder pass second bringr Ing in the two winning scores. The game in general was poorly played from every stand-point. The score: " QuincT Dubuque ABHOABI' ABH O A E i-.rn rf 1 1 0 0 Oigch'f'r If 1 1 2 0 0 n' !b 1 .2 2 2 0Bwan'l cf 2 vrs lb 1 1 12 0 0 Padd k 2b 1 Kahl 3h 1 1 1 4 OlBeatty lb 2 Hart'n If 1 1 2-1 0H Ds'r rf 2 Mer'ns rf 2 3 2 1 0!BouCh'r-c 0 Turner ss 0 0 1.4 OlRayc't c 0 Har-g'n cfl'O 6 2 01 Isaacs 3b 0 Trot'r p 2 2-0 5 01R ta'r ss'l Mover p. 0 .1 0 0 OlWhlt'de p 0 IHoI'bk p 1 Totali 9 11 26 19 01 xManuh 0 Totals 10 11 27 13 5 xBatted for Isaacs in the 9th. Two out when winning run scored- 4 "'".'- - ,At PtUa,: - At Canton. . . 1 At -Streatorr- ' v J- At Cksjnpilga -. -: - "At Lincoln. . . V At tllnton. ' ... - May 22, 23. 24 ' May 10, 11,12 t May13, 14, 16 .-. ; May 25, 26. 27 May 28- 29 30 30 June 21, 22, 23 ". June 9, 10, 11 June 6,. 7, 8- . June-24, 25, 26 : June'7 28 '29 ' PEKIN- ...... READ . July 21. 22." 23 July 9. '10,, 11 , , ' July. 6, 7. 8 V .. , ' July 24, 25,. 26 .''.".-'' July ""V 28 '29 ' ' Aug. .20. 21, 22 . y Aug. 8. 9, 10 - ' v Aug. 5. 6, 7 .: Aug.-.23, 24,.25-; Aug.. 26, 27. 28 May 19.i2J.21 May 28," 29,' 30,-30 . May 25, 26, 27 - ' May 10. 11, 12 May 7 8, 9 luiie 18, 13, 20 ' - ----- " ' June 27, 28,-29 June 24. 25, 26 June 9, 10, 11 June 6 7 8 CANTON. July 18,, 13,20 . . . - . SEWS OF , July 27, 28, 29 v July 24. i25, 26 ; ' July 9, 10, 11 . . Julv-V'T.'s , , Aug. 17,-1819 v f, Aug. 26, 27, .28 Aug. 23, 24, 25 - - Aug. 8. .9, 10 ''. Aug. 5,' 6, 7 . - - T May 16, 17.-18. : May 13. 14. 15 ' 1 . " - . : June 3, 4, 5 . .. May 22, -23, 24 - May 25 26, 27 ; 7- A -.- June 15, 16, 17 June-12, 13. 14 ' ....... juiy 3. 4, 4, 5 . ,'. June 21, 22, 23 :''.- June 24, 25, 26 " ' STREATOK July 15, -16, 17 " - July 12. 13, 14 THIS " AeT. 2. 3. July 21, 22, 23 , July 24, 25. 26 Aug.' 14, 15, 16 " ' Aug.' 11, .12. 13 ' : .- .. - Sept. 1. 2 2 - Aug. 20. 21. 22 . Aus;. 23, 24, 25 -- . - May 7, 87 9. May. 16. 17, 18 7 May 30. June 1. 2 May 28. 29, 30,-30 - Mav 10, lk. 12 ,June 12,. 13,14 - June 15. 16, 17 ' June 30, July l.1 2 K- - "KlU iu?e 29 V June 9. 10, 11 CHAMPAIGN July 12, 13,-14 . July 15, 16. 17 . . July 30. 31. Aug. 1 . , LEAGtE July -ii -8, 29 July 9. 10, 11" Aug. 11, 12. 13 Aug. 14, 15. 16 Aug. 29, 30, 31 ' : " ' J ' . Aug. 26, 2., 28 - Aug: 8, 9. 10 ' ' ' ( .. : i . June 3, '4, 5 ;: May 31, June 1, 2 . May 7. 8,- 9 ,--' - May 19. 20, 21 ' '. ' . -r May 16. 17, 18 July 3, 4,-4. 5 June 30, July 1, 2 '. June 6, 7,.8 .'. - June 18, 19,- 20 "vranT -wv' June 15 1S 17 UNCOLN Aug. 2, 3, 4 ' July 30. 31, Aug.-1 July 6, 7. 8 . : July IS, 19, 20 - . A hki 1 July 15, 16, 17 . - - Sept. 1, 2,2 Aug. 29. 30, 31; Aug. 5. 6. 7 - Aug. 17, 18. 19 - Aug.-11. 12. 13 ,. May 31. June 1, 2 June 3, 4, 6 May 19. 20, 21 . May 22, 23, 24 May 13. 14, 15 - '- June 30, July 1., 2 July 3, 4, 4, 5' June 18. 19, 20 " June 21, 22, 23 June 12, 13, 14 1 HERALD : CLINTON July 30. 31, Aug. 1 Aug. 2, 3,-4. July 18, 19,:20 : July 21. 25, 23 .. . ; July 12, 13, 14 ' Aug-. 29, ,30. 31 ' Sept. 1, 2, 2 . Aug." 17, 18.19 .'. Aug. 20. 21,. 22 j Aug. 14, 15, 16 i ; ' New York. Philadelphia., AB H. O A E! ; - AB H O A E Dan'ls rf 4 3 - 0 0 OlLord If 5 - 0 3 0 0 Martin 4 0 0 2 OiOldi-g; cf 5 2 3 0 0 3im- lb 4 113 0 ! Collins 2b 3 -0' 3 1- 1 Harfl of 4 . 1 2 0 1 Baker ,3b 3 0 ' 2 0 0 Zlnn If 4 0.1 0 OiMur'y rf 4 1 0-0 0 Cole n lb ),!.! 2 OjM In s lb 3. 3 . 5 : 0 0 Gard'r 2b 4 13 3 l Barry as ' t 0 2 3 0 Street, "c 4 1 6 0 0? Thomas c 3 ' 0 ' 9 3 1 ruiu-p . v u-o ui Benaer u 4 vn n -. o - n -I Totals 34 S 27 12 2 Totals 33' 6 27 7 2 2 10 2 4 3 2 12 0 12 0 0 4 0 . 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 2 0 0 ! 1 0 0 j Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 iQuincy ....'. 0 0 2 0 6 0 1 0 0 9 iDubuciuS 0 2 0 0 3 0 3 0 210 , Stolen bases Donahue. Beattie, . H. 'Darrineer. Two base hits Tretter 2, I Donahue. H. Darrainger, Hollenbeck. Three base hits Mertens. Home run-Paddock. Struck out by Whiteside. 2, Tretter 3. Meyer 2. Bases on balls : off Whiteside 4. Hollenbeck 2, Tretter 3. Meyer 4. Umpire Eddinger. Bunch Hit" In Fourth. DAVENPORT. Ia., May 1 Davenport bunched three singles and a double with a pass off Prendergast in the fourth and won the opening game from Peoria. 4 to 1. An automobile parade and band concert preceded the contest and Mayor Mueller pitched the first ball. Score: ; ' riAT-ennnrt Peoris ABH O.A E! ABH O A E fhl'H rf 0 0 0 0 OiFlack If 1 0 3 0 1 r;H-n If 0 0-2 0 O'Foun'n ss 0 0 1 4 0 Rro'h 3b 0 0 5 0 0' Woolev cf 0 1 '3 0 0 WlVn lb 1 0 9 0 OlVeach rf 0 2 2 .0 0 KoeDE 2b 1 1 4 2 0'South-k e 0 1 1 1 "lem s cf 2 i 1 0 OiHolke lb 0 0 9 0 0 Mur'v ss 0 2 3 4 OiStls 2b 0 0 3 3 0 Cole n c 0 1 3 3 OIBern'n 3b 0 3 ,J 2 Hen'l D 0 1 0 3 UPren Bt p 0 . 0 . 0 2 -fxBayer 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 4 S 27 13 1 ' Totals 1 6 24 12 3 xBatted fnr Holke in 9th. - Innings 1234 5 678 9 Davenport ...... .01030000 x 4 Peoria 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 Stolen bases Ohland. Clemens. Two I base hits Coleman. Struck out By I Hendrlx. 3: Prendergast, 1. Bases on ! balls Off Hendrix. 2; Prendergast. 1. Umpire Wright." SPEAKERS HIT IN PINCHES SPRINGFIELD. 111., May 1 After : the oDenind day parade of players ' with a brass band and the pitching of I the first ball by Mayor Schnepp. Dan-! ville defeated Springfield. 4 to 1, by i timely hitting. Blake's home run was : a feature. The crowd was a record ! breaker. Score: Sorlnirfleld. Danville i Lnft'n If 1 3 1 . 0 01 ABH O A E Red ss 0 0 2 2 OiKaylor rf 0 1 3 0 Taafe rf 0.1 1 0 llLong If 12 10 Kern's cf 0 0 4 0 -OiCoombs cf 0 ' Vomel 2b 0 1 3 0 0'Buzick 3b 0 1 E-h'b r lb 0 , S I OStaley lb 1 ; ft b'r lb 0 0, 1 OIBlake 2b 2 ! Price 3b 0 1 0 3 0 Hll'b'd c 0 i Jacobs c 0 0 8 3 liHend'n ss 0 i Ech d'r p 0 1 2 4 OiChap'n p 0 ' Totals 1 7 2713 2! Totals 4 27 8 i Innings . i Springfield I Danville .. .123466789 0- Stolen bases Lofton. Reed, Coombs: Two base hits Taaje, Schroeder, Coombs. Three "base hits Long. Price. Home run Blake. Struck ..out by Chapman. 6, Schroeder 8. Base on balls Chapman, Schroeder 2. Umpi Bannon. TIGERS PUT UP POOR BASEBALL Miserable Showing Made Against Whitepox Who Win With Scarceyl an Effort. i DETROIT. May 1 Detroit played j miserably today making sight errors I and Chicago wo nthe llnal game of the series by a score of 5 to 2. bcore: Chicago. ! Rath 2b 6 2 4 2 j Lord 3b 3 1 0-1 Call n If 5 1 1 0 Bo4ie cf 4 1 3 0 , Collins rf S 3 3 "'0 ' Z-lden lb 4 0 8 1 ' W v.r ss 4 1 5 Block c 3 1 3 2 j Kuhn c 0 0 1 1 Bens p 3 0 0 ' 'alh p 0 0 0 Detroit 0! AB H O A E l'Bush ss 4 2 16 OlVltt ss 3 0!Cobb cf 3 0'Craw'd rf 4 olDele'y 2b 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 : 0 2 1 Gainor lb 4 2 10 Q'L'den. 3b 3 I o'Stane.c 1 4 O Koch'r c 0 1 OiMullin p 4 rxJonea 1 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 Innings . New York -. Philadelphia .1 23456789 .. :..o 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 - Runs Summons, Coleman. Gardner, Baker, Murphy. " Two. base- hlts Cole man. Oldrlng, Daniels. Three base hit Mclnnis. Sacrifice hits Mclnnis, Barry.- Stolen bases Oldrlng. Collins; Baker, Gardner. Struck out by Ben der 10: Ford 2. Double' play Gardner-Simmons. Base on errors New York 1: Philadelphia .1.-: Bases -on balls off Bender 3: Ford 3. Time 1:50. -Umpires Westervelt and O'Loughlin. - - '" - . - . . ' WILD PITCH COSTLY. WASHINGTON. May 1 Boston made Its first appearance here of the season today and was defeated .'by Washington, 2 to 1, . wild pitch by Wood in the' ninth, letting in the winning run.. Score: Innings . Boston .. .'. . lv. . Washington .123 456 789.' R. H.B. .000 000 .010 ,1 ' 3 :1 .000" 010 001 .2- 6 -6 . Batteries . Wood' .'and.' Carrigan; Hughes, - Walker and Henry. Cloverleaf Brand Insured BicycleTires ei. ;n ht Hrfxr that's whv we can make inncooa'n " " '.. - ., .1 this offer Our insurance policy covers we unseen, ine ,o K riArr a snecMed amount of tire service 11T1KIIUWU, juawwv"v ... n . Withont Extrs Coat (Read our Catalog), junctures ana other repairs Made Free or new tire given prompuy. V r-.J rtoaim win do same for too. No Exprta dur&stopay. No arguments. Insnramcetagattadiedtoeaditire. Special Ce Price TveSd - . Ir-n w cne WAMTPrt rhr not i pi ii r nenttA. free Catalog, luvnuawj - H W.LakeSt. TTT"C 7TTVf "2, CmCAGO l"- ; CHICAGO aaj m Gm.U Z.irm. rVMomCS. IOWA 524 Hennepin Avenue, Mespotas, Mton. 278 W. Water aireet, auiwis KelUngton fr Dieckhoff MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS ' .: - Ammunition and Repairing. ." 345 N. Main St. , Deetui i ------- - - - - - i tr iT ' 3 0 Totals 36 10 27 17 2jxxPerry .1 1-0 0 - Totals 31-7 27 11 8 iBat'ed for Stanace in 7th. ' xBatted for Kocher In Sth. t Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 Chicago 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 ' tietrolt 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Runs Lord. 2; Callahan, Bodle, j Weaver. Bush. Cobb. Two base hits I Lord. Rath, Bodie. Weaver, Block. I Sacrifice hits Kuhn, Louden. Stanage. ' Stolen bases Rath. Lord, Bodle; Cobb, j Struck out by Mullln .3:, Benz 2; .'alsh 1. Bases on balls off Mullln 2; Bens 3. Time 2:11. . Umpires Perrlne and Dineen. . - . . HIGHLANDERS WIX AT LAST. PHILADELPHIA. May' 1 New York defeated Philadelphia in a pitchers - tattle between Ford and Bender here 2 . J&7 W( 7 ZA DE CAT UR ILLINOIS WE can prpve to vou in five minutes at this aS .... - - ' . - store, that you are actually making a mistake by not coming here, when you start out to buy your spring suit. It's just like touring over the state f New York without visiting New York City. There is probably something of interest in each little town you may visit but to actually profit, to N get full value 6 your trip you must see the main attraction: Just so here. You can't appreciate "what tremendous showings; large full stocks of nothing but -dependable clothdngiiean to you till you come to Kaufman's. Big values, big variety at every price a big thing for you. .Hundreds of men recognize this fact. Why don't you give yourself a gentle little pinch wake up to real conditions and make your clothes buying a real pleasure instead of a task? : " - ' - ' ' v A high grade suit at - a popular price These clothes are made by the largest and oldest manufacturers of men's 'clothing in this country-Henry Sonneborn & Co., Baltimore, Md. They are the final achievement of 63 j-ears of clothes build- " ing. Low' prices are made possible by the tremendous consumption of: raw materials, superb manufactur- ing facilities, employment of specialized, trained labor, and the foremost designers of clothing styles.. viii w 11 u sss) .... - -. - - - '.- The World's Greatest Clothes value-Read this guarantee. Style and quality; style and materials; style and workmanship; style and service; style and fit. We guarantee every Styleplus garment thoroughly shrunk, all wool fabrics. Should any Styleplus garment fail to "give satisfactory wear we are authorized to give a new suit absolutely free. Further than this, all styleplus suits will be repaired free of charge - (other than pressing) for "one year. See them tomorrow. Stylepius sold only at Kaufman' Same priqe the world over Other equally strong made this store the most popular men's shopping place in all Central Illinois, such well-known and and well-thought of makes as The L-System, Clothes for young men, The House of Kuppenheimer, Lt Holtz & Sons, Tailors of Rochester and so on. Nothing but what is absolutely guaranteed in style, quality, fit and workmanship can be found in our cases. We take' special pridei in our ability to fit men who aren't "usedo being fitted in ready-to-wear clothes extra: size stouts and' 1 ng stouts, also, short men arid extra tall. ' - i - - ; - ' :' '.;".-. '. ' ' - - ." . . ' " - ' ! Satisfaction in every threadj Buttons too V. Perfect fitting Wear longest Wash best Our boys shop is the logical shopping place for mothers who seek correct seyle, sturdy fabrics "and -long service in their boys' apparel all economically priced, too. We can 't keep from ; talking about these immense values we're offering in . $5 AND $6.50SUITs Some suits as low as $3 and as high as $15, but all the -very best values obtainable at the price , . Our fast colbr shirts at $ 1 anii $1.50 are bringing the; shrewd buyers . and' good dressers to this store in "great numbers each day. TVe see where they 're right yu will, tpo, after you come here and see the hundreds of new colorings and patterns we 're showing. Plenty of soft collars to match styles are included in this off erjng at - .. ' ;.. .. $1 AND $1.50 Manhattans, Arrow ' Brand, Earl & Wilson, Our - Own make and Wilson Bros, famous shirts sold here. See the Kaufman Windows lit. today, 3 to 2. Score:

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