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THE AKGtTS.'MOKDATi "MAY 19, 1902.
GIFT TO PFEFFER
Island Drops Sunday's
Came in the Ninth
VICKEES TAKES TO THE CLOTHS
Pitcb, Two Hits and I'aes
Docs tlic Damagc-Scoren
1 W. I.. JVC.
Trrrc Haute 10 11 5 .fi.ss
..ikforil 17 10 7 .588
I'looiuing'ton l. 8 7
ll-n k Isaml 1G 8 8 .500
Davenport 10 H 8 .500
Kvanstilh- 17 8 J .471
Cfil.tr Kapidb 13 7 8 .4"7
Dtcatitr 10 4 12
l!ixiiniiif.'t mi. '; Ktickfonl. 4.
Tcrre Ilauti'. X; Cnlar Kapiils,
Decatur. 4: Kuck ll;ind.
I'varis illc, s; l)avi npnrt.
l'uk Island. 5; Decatur, 0.
Jliickfurd. f; Dlooininptou, :..
I'nwnport. Kvaiisiillt. 1.
IVdar ICapid-s, 1"; Terre Haute, 1
Wherf Thy 11 r Tiwluy.
Decatur at Kek llaml.
Kvansville at Davenport.
Terre Il-tufe at Cedar I'apM.s.
DI'Miiniiip-lou at I'm. kfuril.
A I ;i 1 1 frame is never won till the
las! mail on t lie other side is out.
That is recognized toda.v as a eoroj
larv in liaseball ethics by all Hock Is
land pe.p!e who fr to see Sunday
frames, althoii-rh cstcr.lay afternoon
about half-past four there were at
least a couple of thousand fans here
who would probably disputed th
prohibition. Fred I'fefTer's atrfrrefra
tioii. however, demonst rated the
above truism in a manner that left
no room for doubt anil we shall en
deavor to rcmemlicr it, at least dur
ing the remainder of the present
The fault all lay with Viekers. Af
ter hofdinfr the visitors flown to two
hits, which, with an error had netted
IVc.it ur one run. he went up in the
ninth with Kock Islan I two in the
lead, ami frave two hits, a wild pitch
and a pass, which, with an error, jrave
the necessary number of tallies to
throw the irnme. 4 to 'I.
Although the error column mount
ed to four apiece the frame was better
played on the part of J Cock Island
than on that of the visitors. cswcial
ly by the infield. Wrifrht was" sick
and his place on first was taken by
Hunter Hill, whose stiff ankle did not
prevent him from playinfr the jMsition
with from! effect. 'rah am played
short and covered himself with plory,
although he made one error through;
taking a chance that he would have
been excusable in passing up. Dan
iels, on the slab for the visitors, gavel
but six hits, although he was -landed
on for an unusually large number of
flics to the outfield. The wind pre
vented these from rettiiur away or
the result of the game- might have
been different. j
grata t a Premium.
It was a good warm day and suit'
able or both players .and spectators
The size of the crowd ought to serve
a a hunch to the local management
that the present seating capacity of
the park will prove sadly inadequate
on hue Sundays when Davenport
comes to ee 11$. Yesterday there
was a counter attraction in Daven
port and a female aggregationplayed
in Moil tie, so that tiie crowd was elm-
tinctly a Hock IslanJ crowd and the
rooting was pretty much one-aided.
All the seats were tilled and there was
a line on each side of the fie hi.
I'mpire Hogan evidently had not
been informed that the game is called
at " Sundays instead of at :i:tj. as on
week days, for lie fail.'ti to snow up
till the contest had been in progress
about half an hour. A wait of 10
! minutes was made for him and then
Milton and Dorner went out and of
ficiated in his place till he came.
The first run for the locals came in
the second inning. t; rati am placed
one in a soft spot, took utuid on
Donnelly's sacrifice ifter William
had fouled, and stole third. Conwell
nailed one down on tne ground so
hard that it bounced over Daniels,
and lived, bringing in the run. He
sniilcd the inning, however, by trying
to purloin the second tiiiir. '1 lie other
pair came 011 Hopkins' hit in die
fifth. Donnelly survived on one of
lfeifcrH glaring errors, went to
second on Viekers sacrifice after ('on-
well had bunted out on a little foul,
and swiped third while Holmes behind
the bat wasn't looking. O'Kourkc
walked and stole second withorit any
one making a pass to stop him. and
then Hopkins sallied up and lammed
a lint r out over the shortstop's head,
bringing in "both the runs. Shelton
expired on a foul.
The Other SMf.
Darr. for the visitors, made the first
hit that Viekers permitted, in the
fifth. Dickey followed with a hot one
down totiraham that gave that player
some trouble. In putting it over to
first he got it 'down on th ground
anil Hill did not gunge it. When the
sphere was finally corralled down the
foul line the score was in. The
others finished easjly. Abbott flying.
Holmes fanning and Daniels popping
Hut the awful ninth! I'felTcr. the
first 111:111 up. whaled the ball with his
big bat and got a life. This unnerved
Viekers and Han key walked, llarr
lixed on Shelton's bad throw, filling
the bags. 1'feffer was forced at
the plate on Dickey's short one to
Craham. but Abbott up with a will
pitch let in a run. Another score
elojwd while Abbott was getting out
on a low one to short an 1 there was
a tie with a man on third. Holmes
proved -equal to the emergency and
won the game with a short hit into
the left garden. The score;
KOCK ISLAND A.I5.R. H. P.A. E.
O'Koiirke. 2b 3 1 O 2 0 1
Hopkins. If :; 0.2 2 0 O
Hill, lb 2 0 1 11 0 0
Uraham, tis 4 1 1 1 S 1
Williams, c 4 .0 O y O 0
Donnelly, of.. 4 1 0 o 0 0
Conwell, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Viekers, p 4 0 0 0 1 1
Totals ,. 313 Cs6 10 4
Two out when winning score was
DKCATCIl A.U.I. H. 1. A. E.
McUill. cf 4 0 o ;; o l
Schmidt, cf... 3 0 0 O u
1'feffer, 2b 4 o 1 2 1 2
Hnnkey, 3b a 1 o 1 G 0
Harr, ss 4 2 1 0 0 1
Dickey, If 4 1 1 2 O 0
Abbott, lb 4 O 0 13 O
Daniels, p 3 0 0 1 5 0
Holmes, c . 4 O 1 5 3 0
Daniels-, .p 3 00 1 5 0
Totals 33 4 4 27 15 4
Hock Island 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 03
Decatur 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 34
Stolen bases Graham. Donnelly,
O'I'ourke. Hill.I'fefTer, (2.).
. liases oik balls by Viekers, 2; by
Struck out By Viekers. 7; y Dan
Wild pitch Viekers.
Time of game 1:40.
Kvanavllle M. Davenport 3.
DavciiMrt, -May 11. Evanst ille won
yesterday's game by timely batting
and clean fielding. Score:
Ktansvillc 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 18
Davenport 0 0 1 1 O 0 O O O 2
lkitteries Thomas and Shannon;
Treat and. Keading.
Hits Evansville, i); Davenport, 0.
Errors Evansville, 1; Davenport,
lir KhpI! 7. Terr lluti H.
Cedar Kapids, May 10. The 'Terre
Iiautes made a sensational rally in
the seventh, a home run by Walters
riiijfing in three runs an.l Wilkinson's
sacrifice counting another. McFar-
land pitched much better ball than
Hack'.'tt, but his support was poor.
. . 1 too 5 0 0 O () 7
, .O .1 O 0 0 0 4 1 O -8
, 5; Terre
Terre Haute .
Errors Ceda r Rapid."
Hat t cries McFarland
Hackett and Starnagle.
ittoomlnirton 6. Rwkford 4.
Rockford, May 1!. ISloomington
defeated Rock ford yesterday in the
presence of the largest crowd ever
assembled at t"he local park. The
visitors won by bunching hits. Doth
sides played a fine fielding game.
Rockford 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 04
I'loomiiifrton 1 O 0 O O 3 1 O 1 0
Hits Rockford, lO; Itlooinington.
Errors Rockford. 1; Hloomington,
Batteries (iraham and Thiery; Jli-
(ireevy and Conuers.
shut out in
A.B.R. H. P.A. E.
110 2 10
3 0 O 1 0 0
5 0 2 1 4 )
3 1 1 11 1 1
4 1 2 4 6 0
4 2 2 6 2 0
4 0 110 0
4 O 2 0 0 0
4 0 0 1 2 0
31 5 10 27 10 1
A.IJ.R. H. P. A. E.
.4 0 0 2 O 1
2 O O 0 0 0
3 v 0 2 4 4 1
3 0 1 2 0 1
4 0 0 4 3 0
4 0 1 3 0 0
4 0 1 8 0 0
4 0 1 4 0 1
3 O O O 4 0
31 0 G 27 11 4
0 0 0 2 0 2 0 5
10 0 0 0 0 0 00
4 0 1111
TlllttV S1IUT-OIT SATl'KtUV.
r rfeffe-'a l'layer fnabl to Get Around
Ilv defeatinir Decatur Saturday
Rock Island made it four successive
victories and the third
the first series. -Milton
ball and was perfectly
Donnelly, cf . . .
Con well, rf 4
Totals .'. .
JIankey, 3 b
Sehew bridge, c.
Rock Island I 1
Decatur 0 I
O'Roiirke. Con well. Two-base hit
(iraham. Rases on balls Milton. 2:
Mctiill. 4. Hit by pitched ball Smith.
Struck out .y Milton. 0; McCill, 4.
oiihle plays )'Rourkc-(!raham-Wright.
ball Sclirew liridtre. Time of irame
1:25. I'mpire Hogan.
Iavenpfrt 1. Kvanavllle 1.
Davenport, May l'J -Davenjiort and
Kvansville played sixteen innings Sat
urday, the home leant winning by a
score"--f 2 to t. It was a pitchers
battle throughout. Martin's three-
base hit in the sixteenth inning fol
lowed by Jacobs' liner over third.
scored the winning run. Score:
Dav 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 1 O O O O 0 0 O 1 2
Evs O 1 O 0 O ) 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 01
Hits Davenport, 0; Evansville, 3.
Errors Davenport, 4; Evansville, 4.
Batteries Wenig and Shannon; Tor
re nee and Reading.
ltlmimlngton t, Kockford K.
Rockford, May !!l Bloomington
went down to defeat Saturday before
Owens line pitching. He was invin
cible when hits meant runs, arid his
support was almost perfect. The
fielding of Maloney and Pattison was
the feature. Score:
Bloomington 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 02
Rockford 0 1 0 1 t 4 1 O 8
Hits Bloomington, !; Rockford,
12." Errors Bloomington, 5; Rock
ford. I. Batteries Crangle. Barker
and Conuers; Owens and Thiery.
Titi llnitto 1, Cedar lcld l .i.
CcdarRapids, May 10 Cedar Rapids
easily took the measure of 'Terre
Haute in a one-sided game Saturday.
The score was 13 to 1. Score:
Cedar Rapids 2 0 2 3 0 1 4 1 13
Terre Haute ....1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hits Cellar. Rapids, 17; Terre
Haute, 8. Errors Cedar Rapids. 1;
Tcrre Haute,-4. Batteries Durham
and Evers; Swaim, Scott and Reis
inger. Auarmtana 6. Wartbnrs: 1-
Augustana won Saturday's game
from .Wart burg of Clinton by bunch
ing hits in the fifth, sixth, seventh
and eighth innings. Cp to the fifth
inning the playing had been good on
both sides, only one score being made.
In the fifth Wart burg went up in the
air and allowed Augustana to get
in two runs. One in the sixth, two
in the seventh and one in the eighth
and it was all over. A large number
of errors were made on both sides,
(iustafson. of Augustana kept good
form during the whole game. The
Wnrtburg: Mouahan, ss; Decker,
2b; Meiers, cf; Eanddeck. 3b; Wilke.
lb; Blessin, If; Drahn. c; Riechter, p;
Zeituer, rf. Augustana: Porter, 2b;
Davis, ss; Xeven, c; Johnson, If; Han
son, 3b; Ludehlad, rf; Holland, lb;
Clustafson, p; Larson, cf.
Augustana 0 0 0 0 2 12 1 G
Wart burg 0 0 1 0 0 0 O 0 01
Blooming ton comes tomorrow.
Rock Island has an infield that will
show up with the best of them.
PfetTcr came in for a red hot roast
for refusing to allow a substitute to
run bases for Hill. The latter got
even on the deal by stealing second
right out from under Pfeffer's nose.
Manager Donnelly has a promising
bunch of hitters, too.
A few, shirt waists blossomed on
Viekers should not overestimate his
capacity. He is young at the game.
and Jias a whole lot to learn. Confi
dence is one thing and aver confidence
I'mpire Hogan will hardly miss out
another Sunday. It's too cxciisivc.
I'mpire Hogau's failure to make
connections with the ball park in time
for the game cost him $5 assessed by
President Sexton as an object les
son. PfetTcr's bat resembles the one
that Jimmy Hoy wielded last year.
The stick seems to have a faculty of
getting against the ball in a manner
not exactly likr that of Jimmy's
There were 1,051 paid admissions.
President Sexton re u ports great
enthusiasm at Cellar Rapids. The
attendance there numbered 000 Satur
day. The Slippery Elms defeated the
tireen Bush nine yesterday 9 to 4.
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GRADERS IN TRACK MEET
The high school freshmen won the
meet with the eighth grade at the
o!d fair grounds Saturday afternoon
scoring a total of-53 points to 44 for
the grammar school lwiys. The
track was heavy an 1 the time was
slow in the races. Each side had
three ' ent ries in each event and the
50-yard dash Maripiis, high school,
first; (irilTith. eighth grade, second;
Don, high school, third; time :.
Shot-put Liitt. eighth grade, first;
Adamson. high school, second': Ehv
horn, eighth grade, third; distance 30
loO-yurd dash Mari)iiis. higl;
school, first; Dob high school. sc-
ond; (irilTith, eighth grade, third;
time : II 1-5.
One-half mile bicycle Sehmitten.
eighth grade, first; Nichols, eighth
grade, second; Moore, high school,
third; time. 1:20. 1
220-yard dash Don. high school,
first; (iritrith. eighth grade, second;
Adamson, high school, ihird; time',!
Standing broad jump MariiU-. high
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distance. S feet 11'. inches.
-1 io-vard dash Don. high school,
first; JritTit ti, eighth grade, second;
t hi rd;
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Runnig high jump Marquis, hig
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One mile bicycle -Collins,
grade, first: Nichols, eighth
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t?s0-yard dash Kiiincr. eighth grade
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JJecchcr, eighth grade, third; time
Running broad jump Adamson
high school, first: Krell. high school
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distance. 1( feet i inches.
SSO-yard relay race High schoo
first; eighth grade, second; time. 1:11
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