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TILE "AEGTJ S INIOXDAYV SEPTEMBER 1902
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Rock Island Closes Homo Sea
son by Winning Series
BIO SUHDAY CEO WD ATTENDS
Liocals Leave for Rockford to Finish
Schednle Two Days'
r. w. l. ret.
Koekford 120 71 49 .592
Torre Haute ...120 OS 53 .507
Cedar liapids 113 61 54 .530
liock Island 119 00 59 .504
Davenport .118 58 00 .492
Decatur 121 54 07 .446
IJloomington ) 123 54 09 .439
Evansville 120 52 08 .433
liockford, 7.; Cedar liapids, 4.
Evansville, 4; Terre Haute, 2.
Decatur, 4; Hloomington, 1.
Kock Island, 8; Davenport, 2.
Kock Island, 5; Davenport, 4.
Evansville, 6; Terre Haute, 5. "
Decatur, 4; IJloomington, 3.
liockford, 9; Cedar liapids, 0 (for
feit). GmM Tomorrow
liock Island at liockford.
Davenport at Cedar liapids.
, .Blooming-ton at Evansville.
Terre Haute at Decatur
.Three straight from Davenport!
That's the way liock Island finish
ed the last home series in the Three
I league season of 1902: l'.y the games
played Friday, Saturday and yester
day the locals advanced above the
Iowans to fourth place, and attained
a lead that fives them strong hopes
of ending- the season where they now
Saturday's decisive healing- was fol
lowed by one yesterday as complete
and almost as one-sided, except In
the last two innings. Both teams
were playing as though the victory
were a matter of life and death. Mil
ton was pitted against Stauffer, and
both pitched beautiful ball. The
fielding, although distinguished by er
rors that were costly, particularly on
the Davenport'side, was on the whole
good, being decidedly fast, and the're
were a number of sensational plays.
I,(xuls l'lar Superior Hall.
liock Island had the advantage
from every standpoint. There was
one earned run by the locals, and the
other four "were due to errors in
which Captain King, of the visitors,
cut a prominent figure. The lead was
gained early and that gave the con
test a one-sided aspect till the eighth
inning. After the fourth liock Isl
and had chances to score in every
inning, but was unable to do so, twice
getting very near to the plate. The
visitors got their runs in the seventh
and eighth innings and for a time it
looked as though the score would be
tied or the game lost. Here Mil
ton pulled himself together and by
superb pitching saved the day.
It .was Miller's last day with Bock
Island, and he got hi score the first
time at bat. He was given a base and
took second on a grounder to Don
nelly, (iraham flew out and Wright's
hot grounder to Crockett gave that
gentleman an opportunity to err aril
let the run in. Wilkinson went out
on a low one.
Davenport's Bad Inning-.
The last half of the fourth began
very inauspiciously forthe visitors and
when it was over the locals had four
more. (iraham hit and everybody
lived when Wright bunted and Stauf
fer threw to second.' Wilkinson had ia
safe one up his sleeve, ari l' after Wil
liams had fouled out and ' Weihfau'eh
had gone down on a popup',' Schuler
hit a warm twister to King, who film-
bled it. Then in trying to head oft!
Wilkinson, who was coming home
from second, he threw wide to the
plate and made the unusual record of
two errors on one play. With Mil
ton at bat, a wild pitch, which
Fuchs, who began the game behind
the bat, was slow about going after,
allowed Schuler to get home from
second, after a brilliant run. Milton
flew out. Three straight hits were
bunched in the fifth, but Donnelly,
having been caught trying to pilfer
second after making the first hit, no
run resulted. In the seventh Donnel
ly was thrown out at the plate
trying to score from second on a hit
Where the Iowans Scored.
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bat first for Davenport, get a bit and
ouiiin, ioiiowing lum, got a 'base,
Awice uie clanger was "averted and
me visitors were let down without a
run, but the last time it resulted dif
e a. i I rr -...
icieuny., iwjce iiuton struck out
men when things were in a critical
condition? It ws in the seventh
that, after . Aperman had flown to
right field, tuat Davis got a life on
an error. He hit past Milton, who
touched it but did not deflect it very
greatly. Graham picked it up slowly
and the runner was safe. Kvers then
got his base, Davis having taken third
on a wild pitch. Then Stauffer struck
out, and on the last ball Evers at
tempted to steal. The ball beat him
out and he started back. Miller,
who covered the bag, took after him
and after a sharp race caught him
half way up the line. Umpire Breu
nan, in a very questionable decision;
gave the Iowans the run, which came
in while the last play was being made
' King- Retrieves Krrora.
It was in the eighth when things
began to look serious. Ruby got his
hit and Smith got his base, Nill flew
to right, but Crockett hit, filling the
bases. Then King, who had made
such serious errors, came up and hit
to riffht field for three bases, bringing
m three runs. Alperman was out on
a grounder to (J rah am and Davis was
struck out, leaving King standing on
third 'with the run that -would have
tied the score. In the ninth" there
was another crisis. Evers was put
down on a grounder, but Stauffer
got his base and Knby got his fourth
hit. Milton went after Smith and
struck him out, while Nill was allow
ed only a popup to (iraham. Score:
KOCK ISLAND AB. II. H. P. A. E
Miller. 2b 3 1 0 2 1 0
Donnelly, cf 4 0 2 2 0 0
(Iraham, ss 4 1 2 3 4 1
Wright, lb 4 1 2 9 0 0
Wilkinson, If 4 1 2 0 0 0
Williams, c 4 0 1 6 2 0
Weihrauch, rf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Schuler, 3b 4 1 0 2 4 0
Milton, p 3 0 0 0 1
Totals 34 5 9 27 12 2
DAVEXI'OKT AB. II. H. P. A. E.
Iluby, If 5 1 4 2 1 0
Smith, ef 2 1 0 2 0 0
Nill, 2b 4 0 0 4 1 0
Crockett, lb 4 1 1 6 0 1
King, ss 4 0 1 4 6 3
Alperman, 3b 4 0 1 3 2 0
Davis, rf 4 1 0 1 0 0
fuchs. c 2 0 0 1 0 0
Stauffer, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Evers, c 1 0 0 1 4 0
Totals 33 4 7 24 11 4
Score by innings:
kock isiana i o u 4 u u u u w .
Davenport ,..,0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 I
Summary: Two-base hit liuby.
Three-base hit King. Bases on balls
Milton, 5; Stauffer, 1. Struck out
Milton, G. Wild pitches Milton, 1;
Stauffer, 1. Time 1:45. Umpires
Brcnnan, OT.eary and Hughes.
Terre Haute O. Evansville 6.
Kvansville, Sept. 8. Yesterday's vic
tory for the home team spoiled ''all
prospects of Terre Haute winning the
pennant. Scott was hit hard in th
third and fifth innings, but in the
others he was n puzzle. His strike
out record was one of the best of the
season. Two hits, a base on balls and
two errors gave Terre Haute their
runs in the ninth. Score:
EvansvilleN 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 fi
Terre Haute 0 1001000 3
Hits Evansville, 11; Terre Haute,
Errors Evansville, 4; Terre Haute
Batteries Treat and News; Scott
Deeatar 4, nioomlng-toa 3.
Decatur, Sept. 8. The league base
ball season closed yesterday in De
catur with over 2,000 people present,
the locals taking the third straight
game from Bloomington. Decjitur is
now in fifth place, and Fred Pfeffer
s retained as manager for next sea
son, in trie game yesterday uorner
was hit over the heart by a thrown
ball to catch him at third and Dan-
els pitched two innings. Score:
Decatur 0 1.1 0 0 0 0 1 1 4
Bloomington 0 00000 1 1 13
Hits Decatur, 10; Bloomington, 10.
Errors Decatur, 3; Hloomington,
Batteries Dorner and Krebs; P.ark-
er and I'.elt. "
Cedar Rapids Quits the Field-
liockford, Sept. 8. In the first half
f the seventh, with the score 5 to 4
n favor of the visitors and a runner
on first, Himes hit to deep right.
making the circuit of the bases. Em
pire Head called it a foul ball and the
Cedar liapids team left the field. The
game was awarded to liockford 9 to
Rockford 0 0 0 4 0 04
Cedar liapids O 0 1 0 4 05
Hits liockford, 4; Cedar liapids, 3.
Errors liockford, 3; Cedar liapids,
Batteries Killian, tteedles and
Thiery; Miller and Weaver.
Saturday's Joyous Story.
The story of Saturday's game fol
ROCK ISLAND li. H. P. A. XI.
Miller, 2b 1 3
Donnelly, cf 1 1
Graham, p 1 1
Wright, lb 1 2
U ilktnson. If 1
OXeary, c 2
Weihrauch, rf 1"
Schuler, 3b 0
King, ss 0
, 8 13 27 10 2
, 0 0 3 1 1
0 0 3 0 0
........1 0 0 4 0
0 0 11 2 I
, 0 2 0 2 1
',. 1 0 3 3 0
Crockett, lb .
King, ss ......
.0 10 0 0
. .0 0 1. 0 1
..0 15 2 0
Total 2-4 2614 4
Donnelly' out on third foul bunt.
Score bv innings: '
Rock Island 0 0400400 08
Davenport ........0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12
Summary: Two-base hit Miller.
Home run O'Leary. Stolen bases
Milton (2), Crockett (1), Alperman
(1). Double plays -Alperman-Crock-ett
- Alperman; McCord - Crockett
Fuchs. Bases on balls (Jraham (4),
McCord (4), Struck out Graham, 7;
McCord, 5. Umpire Brennan.
An Even Ureak.
The following are the results of all
the games of the season of 1002 be
tween Rock Island and Davenport:
May 27 Won by Rock Island.
May 28 Won by Davenport.
May 29 Won by Kock Island.
May 30 Won by Davenport.
May 30 Won by Davenport.
May 31 Won by Rock Island.
July 3 Won by Davenport.
.Inly 4 Won by lioek Island.
1uly 4 Won by Davenport.
July 11 Won by Davenport.
July 12 Won by Davenport.
July 13 Won by Rock Island.
Aug. 31 Won by Davenport.
Sept. 1 Won by Rock Island.
Sept. 1 Won by Davenport.
Sept. 5 Won by Rock Island.
Sept. 0 Won by Rock Island.
Sept. 7 Won by Rock Island.
From the above it'will be seen that
each town has won nine games.
1 ne Rock Island ball players oceu
pied reserved seats at the Forcpaugh
Sells Brothers show Saturday even
ing, the local management blown):'
itself for the costs.
Umpire Brcnnan was taken ill dur
ng the eighth inning yesterday and
was compelled to leave the field
O'Leary and Hughes called the turns
during .the remainder of the contest
Brcnnan was ill whtai the game be
gan and went on the diamond against
The series that ended vesterd:rv i.
the first during two seasons that
either R-k Island or Davenport has
made it three straight from tln
The boj's who saw the game from
the outside of the grounds yesterday
manifested enterprise in a new way.
A couple of them climbed telephone
pedes just over the fence and, pro
vided with leather bands, sat the
No one would have known that
there were any Davenport rooters
about yesterday till after the team
had taken a brace and there seemed
i fair show of winning out. When
Davenport is not winning, the Dav
enport rooters are dead ones.
The liock Island aggregation, minus
Miller and Wright, left on the '7
o'clock .uilwaukee train this mora-
ing for Rockford, where they will
play today, tomorrow and Wednes
day, ending the season. There lire
two . postponed games at Rockford,
one of which may oe played orr. ai
though there is nothing certain about
it. The team's chances against the
champions will be materially lessened
by the absence of the first and secon'i
basemen. The ranks will be closed
by placing Graham at second, King
at short and Williams on first.
A number of local enthusiasts have
gone with the. team to Rockford to
see the finish.
I1ASEHALI. THE COl'NTKV O'KU
scores Xlaileny the Agajregatlons Who Ex
emplify the National Game.
Chicago, Sept. 8. Score records of
the base ball clubs Saturday nnd Sun
day are as follows:
league (Saturday): At New York
Pittsburg U, New York 3: at Boston
Chicago 5, Boston 3; at Brooklyn S"t.
Louis 2, Brooklyn 5: at Philadelphia
Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 2.
American (Saturday): At Detroit
Baltimore 4, Detroit 12: (second game)
Baltimore 2, Detroit 0; at Cleveland
Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 2; at St.
Louis Boston l!, St. Louis 5: at Chi
cago Washington 4. Chicago 7: (Sun
day) At Detroit Baltimore (. Detroit
11; at St. Luis Boston 0, St. Louis
Association (Saturday): At Toledo
Indianapolis 3, Toledo 11 fine Innings,
rain; at Milwaukee Minneapolis 0,
Milwaukee 8; at Columbus Louisville
2, Columbus 0; (second game) Ixmls-
ville 3, Columbus 4; at Kansas City
St. Paul 0, Kansas City 1. (Sunday)
At Kansas City Minneapolis 3. Kan
sas. City 0; at Toledo Louisville 5,
Toledo 7: at Milwaukee St. Paul 3.
Milwaukee 4; (second game) St. Paul
0, Milwaukee 3.
estern (Saturday): At Denver
Des . Moines 3. Denver 11: (second
game) Dcg Moines 5, Denver 4; at Col-
arudo Springs Omaha 'J. Colorado
Springs 4; at Milwaukee Kansas City
did not arrive: at St. Joseph Same
trouble. (Sunday) At Milwaukee
Kansas City 7. Milwaukee 1; (second
game) Kansas City 4. Milwaukee 12;
at Colorado Springs Omaha 0, Colo
rado Springs 5; (second game Omaha
2, Colorado Springs 18; at St. Joseph
Peoria 1, St. Joseph 3: (second game)
Peoria 3. St. Joseph 8: at uenver
Des Moines 5. Denver 12: (seeona
game) Des Moines 2. Denver 3.
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Milwaukee Team Also. Draws
From Local Ball Players'
HE JOINS THE BEEWRS TODAY
Little Second Baseman One of the
Fastest In the Three-I
Kohlev Miller left this afternoon t'
join the Milwaukee team of the West
irn league at Chicago, 'from there to
aroeeed to Denver. He has been
lrafted by Milwaukee to finish the
reason on the same .terms under
which Wright and (Jraham go t-j
Omaha. If he makes good, as every
-ne expects to see him do, he will be
kept next season, and liock Island
will reecive $300 for his release. If
he does not, he will come back an
There has probably been no other
member of the liock Island -team
Juring the season who has won and
kept the sincere admiration of all th;
pat rons of the gamein this city more
him has Miller. Since he has been
with the local team he has never fail
ed to give a good account of himself,
As the head of the batting list he
has shown a remarkable faculty for
getting on bases, and when once on
nrst he has generally scored. Out of
t'5 games on the home grounds while
lie was at the head of the list he
made 13 runs the first time at bat.
and in the same contests he made :i
total of 32 runs. He is a clean and
hard working player. On the dia
mond and off of it he is a gentleman
and a credit to' the profession. Would
there were more ball players like
Tarns Dana Flattering Offer.
During the season he has received
a number of offers to leave the team
!ut has steadily refused to go till he
had the full consent of the manage
ment. The offer of the Milwaukee
management had to be accepted now
or not at all, and in view of Miller's
past record it was decided to permit
him to leave the team before tiie
close of the season in order to avail
himself of what may prove an oppor
tunity to get a permanent place in
Wright left today to join Omaha in
the Western league, where he will b-
given an opportunity to qualify for
MILTON GOES TO 8T. LOUIS.
Local 1'ltcber Kig-ned fur National Leajtue
L. Ileilbron, business agent of tl
St. Louis National league club, spent
yesterday in liock Island, witnessing
the game at Twelfth street park with
Davenport, at the conclusion of which
he had n-n interview with Pitcher
Lawrence Milton and signed him to
play next season with the St. Louis
aggregation. Milton has been with
lioek Island two years, coming here
from the Western league. He is a
hard working, conscientious pitcher.
has some fancy goods in the way of
deceptive balls, and should make a
good showing in faster company. He
will have the best wishes of many
liock Island admirers, who will watch
with interest his future career. Mil
ton has always been a great local fa
vorite and all patrons of the ganr
will be sorrv to see him leave.
Milton makes four members of t h"
local team that have been called into
the larger leagues.
lack Evers, the Davenport catcher.
has been signed by the Milwaukee
Western league club, and joins the
Brewers with Kohlev Miller, of liock
Island, to play out the season, and
hold over next year if he makes good.
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That's what you always find in
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know we've given values that
have set the town to talking.
Well, we intend to keep it up,
as these prices will show:
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Ivory Soap, q
per cake UTO
Grape Nuts, 15c package 1n
fo I IC
Sweet Midget Pickles, not 33c
Aunt Mary's Gelatine, the very
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package, regular 15c Ifln
package, now. . I UC
Chipped beef, Ir
regular 15c can I IC
Finest Pearl Tapioca, flF
per lb.. UOC
Best German White Sago fl C
per lb UOC
Beat Tar Soap, 3 regular 5c
Choice Java aud Mocha Coffee,
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Fancy uncolored Japan Tea, reg
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