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THE AHGHJ8. HONDA'S 27, 1901
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PLAY POOR BUT Will
Rock Island Takes Saturday's
fcnd Sunday's Games From
TEAM BADLY IN NID OF A BRAOXB
Cedar Rapids Comes Next
Scores Around the
flayed. Won. Iost. Per CL
inoomln-ton '-0 U S .701
lteaalur XO II 0 .70
Cedar Rapids it 1 J 7 vii
Terrebaule 10 10 .MX)
Itarenport ' It .4-21
Kookrord It N II M'l
Koc iHlnnd h .
KTaosvtUe ti :i Iti .I.VS
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Rockford.
Decatur at Bloomington.
Terre Haute at Evansville.
A few opportune hits won yester
day's game for Rock Island. It was a
slugging match in which the locals
excelled, but it could not be said they
came within a mile of Rockford in the
playing of any of the other points of
the game. It looked like, a walkaway
for the visitors after the first inning,
in which they rolled up' four tallies.
This had the effect of putting the
home team under a somnambulistic
spell, from which they refused to
awaken until Manager Tate brought
his hickory with a cannon-like report
against the pigskin and sent it over
into the garden sass in left Held
for three bases, tying the score. This
happened in the third inning.
In the fifth Middleton fumbled Han
ford's present and the latter reached
first. Owens bunted and the man
at the bag ahead of him took another
while the Shamrocks were syndicating
in getting the ball in from short
center. Then Lohr, to whom the ball
always appears as big as the side of
a country red barn, smeared for three
bases. Shaffer and Householder drew
dead ones and the visitors quit two in
the lead. v
Uui Kiockcd Oat of Uoz.
Owens went to pieces in the sixth,
Rock Island making a half dozen runs
oil him. Hoy walked, Tate safed and
Hoy scored "on an error at center.
Zink hit sfe in the middle of the
held, but took a nap at first and was
put out. Middleton was safe on an
error at short and Ta'e came home
Thiery drew four and Kranz and Hop
kins each hit out corking 3-baggers.
Poor died on an easy high one and
Young bit safe.
At this juncture Elliott. Rock ford's
star twlrier, was substituted for
Owens. Young died stealing second,
thus terminating the round in which
Rock Island won the game, for after
that Elliott kept the locals a safe dis
tance from the rubber.
In the eighth Rockford scored two
on a hit by Pease and a pair of errors
by Rock Island, Middleton dropping
Shaffer's bunt, and Thiery allowing
a ball to pass through nis pedals.
Zink, Middleton, Thiery and Young
plaved miserably. It was no fault of
theirs that Rockford did not win
Twice Zink was caught asleep off
bases, while Thiery moved about as
though his feet were tied to the
ground. The breaks bv Middleton
and Young, however, were more ex.
cusable, for they at least displayed
ginger and good intentions. What
Rock Island lacks more than anything
else is team work, neither is there
ereneralship when it is most needed
The players should get together better
if they expect to Keep away from tne
bottom of the percentage row and ex
pect patronage at home. Rockford
has a snappy, lot of players. They
work hard whether winning or los
That is baseball. And that is what
Rock Island wants from her team.
It. II. P. A. E
Hopkins, cf 2 2 5 0 0
Poor, rf 1 0 5 0 0
Young. Sb 0 1 0 1 1
Hoy, 2b 2 14 10
Tate, Jf 2 2 1 O 0
Zink. lb 0 2 7 0 1
Middleton, ss 1 0 2 1 2
Tbeiry. c 1 0 3 3 1
Kran:, p. 1 1 0 3 0
Totals 10 9 27 9 5
R. II. P. A. E.
Lohr. If 2 1 0 0 0
Shaffer, lb 2 1 11 2 1
Householder, cf 11 1 0 1
Pease, 2o 2 12 11
Sullivan, 3b 0 0 0 2 1
Sears, rf 0 1 2 0 0
Ferguson, ss 0 0 2 1 1
Hanford, c ,.1 1 4 1 1
Owens, p 0 0 2 4 0
Elliott, p 0 1 u l u
Totals 8 7 24 12 . 6
Score by innings:
Rock Island... 1 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 10
Rockford 4 0002002 Or- 8
Three-base hite Tate, Hopkins,
Kranz, Lohr; bases stolen Poor.
Hov; basek on balls Bock Island 3,
Rockford 3; struck out by Krans 2,
by Owens 2, by Elliott 2; wild pitches
Owens 1, Kranz 1: passed Dam
Thiery 3; time of game 1:45; um
pire Cox; attendance Z.uuu.
Badger's home run in the sixth, to
gether with sharp playing by both
teams, pleased a big crowd. Score:
Decatur 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02
Evansville 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Catteries Brace and Rollins, Tor-
rence and Roth; hits Decatur 5,
Evansville 6; errors Decatur 1,
At Terra Ilante.
Bloomington won by better work
at the bat. but it was a loosely played
Bloomington..O 2 0 0 4 0 0 5 213
Terre Haute ..00200003 1 G
Batteries McGreevy and Belt,
Brown. Jarvis and Starnagle; hits
Bloomington 15. Terre Haute 11;
errors Bloomington 4, Terre Haute 6
v At Cedar Fapld.
Timely batting and fast fielding
won for the home team. Both Gib
son and Carriveau pitched well.
Cedar Rapids ..0 0040001 5
Davenport 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02
Batteries Gibson and Weaver, Car
riveau and Evers; hits Cedar Rapids
7, Davenport 5; errors Cedar Rapids
2, Davenport 8.
KAUUEU AKTICLK SATCKUAY.
Rork Island Win la a Featnreleea Conte t
Tne best thing that can be said of
Saturday's game is that it went to
the right side of the account. It was
a victory bought cheap, for Rockford
played ragged edged ball and Rock
Island did little better. There was
not a large number of bad errors
rolled up on either side, but there
was a lack of snap that made the
In the third Middleton muffed a hot
liner that gave the visitors a score on
subsequent plays, and in the fifth
Zink let a grounder go under him that
allowed Householder to run irom lirst
home. Pease, who made the bit, later
scoring also. Middleton was guilty
of failing to try for first after missing
the third strike.
Bat there was nice work done also.
Hopkins displayed bis usual avidity
for Hies in center and Tate made two
tine running catches, the one that put
out Sears and ended the game being
of the kind to tickle the soberest.
Tate also distinguished himself at the
bat, making a clean hit when the
bases were full in the third, and get
ting in three runs Thiery caught a
nice game, and Miller, although his
arm was weak, placed with fairly
good effect 'in the box. Two hundred
people saw the game. Manager Tate
was fined $5 by Umpire Cox for a
pantomime act dn a decision while be
was at bat and Young was assessed a
like sum for disputing a ruling on a
Hopkins, cf 0
Young, 3b. . .
Tate. If . . .
Miller, p . .
Totals 9 82G 10 4
'Shaffer out for ranning out of line
K. II. 1. A. E
Lohr. If 1 1 0 0 1
Shaffer, lb 0 0 9 1 2
Householder, ss 10 0 10
Pease. 2b 10 14 1
Sullivan. 3b 0 1 1 1 0
Sears, rf 0 2 1 0 0
Ferguson, cf 1 1 0 0 0
lUnford. c 0 1 10 1 1
Haney, p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 4 4 24 10 5
Score by inning;:
Rock Island 0 0 4 0 0 3 2 0 9
Rockford 0 01 1 2000 04
Three.base hit Thiery;' two-base
hits rerguson, Lohr; double play
Hoy-Middleton-Zink: bases on balls
off Miller 5. off Haney 4; struck
out by Miller 2. by Haney 8: bit by
pitched balls Miller 5. Time of
game 1:45; empire - Cox.
Other Saturday games: At Terre
Haute Bloomington 1. Terre Haute
6; at Decatar Evansville 6. Decatur
9;. at Cedar Rapids Davenport 1.
Cedar Rapids 2.
Notes ot the Game.
Elliott is in slow company.
Two thousand people saw Sunday's
Cedar Rapids comes next, opening
Rock Island bad the largest Sunday
The young Sluggers defeated tte
Ninth street boys 11 td 7.
The Sears team was beaten by the
Big Island team 16 to 1 J.
Augustana lost to Knox college at
Mollne Saturday, 16 to o.
Thiery is to be disciplined for his
Indifferent playing of yesterday.
And yet it cannot be said that Zink
Is doing any what you might can
The University of Iowa team spent
last night at the Harper, leaving for
Tate certainly knows the game and
he plays it. He ought to give some
of his men a hunch.
Catcher Jessup left for his home in
Indiana Saturday night, on account of
illness in his family.
Au?ustana college nlavs ball with
St. Ambrose on the college campus
Frank Anderson's baseball nine de
feated Charles Moore's nine Sunday
afternoon by a score of 28 to 16.
Bennett's nine defeated the Daven
port Summits in a game across the
river yesterday, the acore being 22
We want always to win, of course.
bat it Is not so much victories as good
ball playing that the. demand is for
Thiery is undoubtedly a good catch-1
er. and would become a favorite if he
would but try to do the work he is
capable of performing.
Rock Island needs as a starter two
infielders who should be old heads and
one good hard-hitt'.ng outfielder who
will field as well as catch the ball.
Tate is a sure batter and a clean
and brilliant fielder, and deserves to
have the company of a better class of
players than he has so far been pro
Tate won the Knox hat offered by
Lloyd for the longest hit yesterday.
Harry says he will take a straw bon
net and two shirts instead of a stiff
hat. Wise noodle.
Games lost on their merit are not
deplorable, but it is the uncertainty
the lack of coniJeoce that condemns
the average playing of the present
team. Brace it up- put ginger into it
Tommy Flannagau, the Wilming
ton. Del.', pitcher who has been pre
vented from filling his Rock Island
contract ou account of a sore arm,
writes be bas fully recovered and will
report for duty next week.
That was a commendable move of
Manager Nicol in putting K'liott
in the box in the tixth inning
yesterday It had not only the
effect of giving a more scientific
air to the game but gave people who
had not reen him before an opportun
ity to pipe the stalwart twirler in
Rock Island won the trl-city high
school championship Saturday by de
feating Davenport on the latter's
grounds by a score of 19 to 13. It
was the third of a series of three
games bet wean the two teams, Dav
enport taking the first and Rock
Island the last two. The line op ot
the teams follows: Rock Island
Arthur Salzmann, c; Roy Barnhart, p;
Orville Hampton, lb; Cy Porter. 2b
and captain; Will Carse, ss; Will
Channon, 3b; Elmer Oberg, If; Harry
Holdorf. cf; Carl Kirkman. rf. Dav
enportPeterson, c; Gilchrist, p; Os
born. lb; Schwartz. 2b; Webb, ss; Mc
Gaw, 3b; Fisher. If; Ballard, cf and
captain; Grant, rf.
A team picked from the employes
of Henry Dart's Sons Saturiay after
noon defeated . nine of the best ball
plavers that could be found in the
forces of Van Patten & Marks and
Beiderecke & Miller, of Davenport.
And the game was played on the
other side of the river at "that. The
score was 20 to 3 The Rock Island
ers were ashamed to make any more
runs. The batteries were J. i Pad
dock and W. P. Griffin for Rock
Island and McCormack and Fidlar for
la the Other Leitaw.'
Chirnjzo. May '-7. LfMjruc base ball
clubs Saturday rMtnl'l the following
scores: At Huston Pittsburg 11, l?os
toii 1: at Philadelphia Kaln.
American League: At Milwaukee
i::tltimore Milwaukee C; at Detroit
Washington f.T Hotroit ."V:.at Cleve
land Itostoii Ti. Cleveland d; at i'lii-
v:tio riiilailelj'lu.'i i, i iiicjuto u. imiii
,jav .t Milwaukee Philadelphia t
Milwaukee i; at Detroit Rain.
Western Association: At Toledo
Marion t. Toledo 7; at Dayton In
dianaiHdis 4, Dayton .t; at Louisville
Columbus 1. Louisville ."; at Cram
Rapids Kort Wayne .". Grand Rapids
r. (Sunday! At Louisville Coluin
Imis 1. Louisville 10: at Dayton In
dianapolis 7. Daytou 0; at tJrand Rap
ids Fort "Wayne 4, Grand Rapids 0
at Toledo Rain.
TWO MEN FINED FOR
ENGAGING IN FIGHT
Thomas Ryan and Ed Williams e
gaged in a fistic encounter last night
on Twentieth street and Second ave
nue. and the latter came off much the
worse for the experience. They were
both arrested and this morning Mag
istrate Johnson fined Ryan f!5 and
Williams ft for di-ordcrly conduct.
William Young was fined $ 15 on the
same charge and with Ryan went to
board at the jail.
OWEN COYLE ASSAULTS
MOLINE NEWSPAPER MAN
Owen Coyle was released Saturday
from the county jail, where he has
been laying out a line for assault. He
immediately hied himself to Moline
and repeated the offense, Thomas
Stanley, city editor of the Evening
Journal, being the object of hi wrath
lie objected to certain alleged liberties
the paper had taken in connection
with bis case
Whlta U Worsa.
Jchn A. White, of Peoria, who was
at one time connected with the Stone
Directory company's force and well
known here; nas been taken to Chica
go for another operation, made neces
sary by a recurrence of troable from
the injury resulting from his befog
thrown from his borne in a Uryan pro
cession in Peoria in the last cam
paign. It will be recalled that White
hung between life and death for some
time, but recovered after a heroic
struggle for life. Now he has bad a
relapse and there are fears that be
will not survive tne new operation
that has been decided his only hope
Fought for II la Life.
My father and sister both died of
consumption," writes T. J. Weather-
wax, of wayandotte, Mich., "and i
was saved from the same frightful
fate fiy King's New Discov
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trouble, .which an excellent doctor
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of this wonderful medicine made me
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colds and all throat and long trouble.
Trial bottles free. Guaranteed bottles
50 cents and f 1 at Uartz & Ullemey-
MEMORY OF HEROES
Honored by Special Services at
the First Methodist Church
BEV. 0. 0. ITOULLOOH SPEAKS
John Buford Post- and Other War
Veterans Attend in a
Memorial services for the patriotic
organizations of the city were con
ducted yesterday morning by Rev. C.
(). McCulloch at the Firbt Methodist
church. There were present large
representations from John Buford
post, G. A. 11., the Women's Relief
corps and Company A, I. N. G-, bt
sides a goodly congregation of citi
zens The auditorium of the church
was decorated with ilgs and bunting
hnd small lltgs were distributed
among the audienre.
Preceding the discourse mere wan a
program of patriotic music by the
choir and the congregation with Mis
Myrtle Sears at the organ
Tribute to Veterans.
Rev McCulloch tock his text from
the 6ih verse of the 112th psalm.
The righteous shall be in everlast
ing remembrance." He began with
an allusion to the sacred character ot
the services for which the congrega
tion had assembled, embodying,
as they did. all the higher con
siderations that go to make orave
and loyal citizens After enlarging
upon the meaning of the occasion and
paying a tribute to the veterans who
bad hazarded their lives for their
country in her darkest hour, he dis
tinguished between memorial services
and the observation of Decoration
day. bhowlng the part each tilled in
the heart of the right thinking citi
zen. The observance of services for
the dead was urged as a means of
overcoming the growing passion of
men for gain, furnishing periods for
the development of the higher at
tributes of man Rev. McCulloch
closed with a referecca to the uniting
effect upon the north and south of
the war with Spain.
The services ended with the singing
of "The Star Spangled Banner" by
Mrs. Minnie Kanson-lsarker.
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P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga.
suffered for e!x months with a fright
ful renning sore on his leg; but writes
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
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wounds, piles, it is the best salve in
the world. Cure guaranteed. Unly
25 cents. Sold by liartz & Ullemeyer.
Successor to Eckhart.
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Decoration Day and
Come so close together this .
year that the demand for
Cut Flowers will be much
greater than usual. We are
now bookiag orders, for
these days and if you wish
any flowers of any kind it
will pay you to eend us
'your orders early. We
handle the finest flowers in
the three cities and can
furnish you with anything
you want in that line.
Order early and avoid the
advance in prices. We
also furnish potted plants
for decorative purposes.
Fourth Ave. & Twentieth St.
If You are Going to Graduate This Year You will
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For the occasion We have just received a shipment o new
styles for the young people which together with 001 Laige
Spring Stock gives you a better selection than you can find at
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Fancy California Evaporated Peaches, S pounds 25c, per pound..
4 Vanilla and Lemon Extract, 4 ounce bottle same size as others
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Horse Covers, for stables, cool and light, up from 7oo A
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Fall line of Furniture. Carpets, etc, at low prices.
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