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V&B "aS&TTS, THtmSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3;- 1903.
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BATTED FOR KEEPS
Cedar Rapids Swatted the Ball
Often and Hard Yes
terday. LOHG HITS AND HAED CHANGES
Kook Island Clot Busy -an Inning
Tuo Late (o Land a
r. w. Ju Pet.
Rloorhington '. . lUfi C I 42 .601
Jocatur 10a 58 47 .552
Davenport . .. 101 5G 48 .538
Kock Island 104 3i 49 .529
Uoekford 10G 54 52 .509
Cedar liapids 107 51 50 .477
Dubuque HW 4S 5S .453
Springfield 10S 38 70 .352
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Dubuque at Springfield.
Rockfurd at Lloomington.
Davenport at lm-atur.
There were two very pood realms
why Rock Island-failed to laud a vic
tory yesterday. One was that Cedar
Rapids was able to hit throughout
the frame. The other was that Roek
Island did not lean where to tind the
ball till the seventh inning. Errors
helped the visitors' to the most of
their scores, but the misplays were
mainly made on chances that were
very difficult. The Rabbits were able
to get so squarely against the ball
that it just burned a hole through.
Two three-baggers and four two
baggers with three chances that were
t.eored a, errors in the outfield that
with different fielders in the lot would
have gone down as two-base hits tell
a large chapter of the story. While
Rock Island shoved the ball out for
10 ioafe ones, one more than the visi
tors did. they were all, with one ex
ception, tagged for only one base.
The home team was never danger
ous except in the last inning anil the
finish was a hard. on. With- four runs
needed to tie the score and no one
having the faintest idea that such a
thing would happen, the home play
ers after two were out mode hit after
hit till two runs were in and the
ha-sesj were full. Then it was' up to
Pete Lister, and that gentleman was
too anxious. , Had he not wanted to
hit iuit; so badly as he did he would
probably have done sjo, Diit as it was
he fanned out. (
Dickey In Lett.
The local team was c gauged about
a bit owing to the fact that it was
(Jraham'sj turn to pitch. With Crura
out of the- game it left. a gap in left
field and Dickey was sent out there,
with Latimer on first. - It was a bad
day for Dickey. Nothing eame'h'is
way-but hard chances, but he went
after them all, and his two errors
were on flics- that the average fielder
would not have attempted to catch.
No cue expected to see him hold
either of them, but it had to be scored
that way. " Wind had a similar oppor
tunity to make a brilliant play in
right and failed. Donnelly accepted
the same sort of a chance anil held
to the sphere. Vaiidinc'st air of yel
low ones were made on chances that
With Cedar Rapids it was a case
of pasting the leather from the start,
and this sort of thing netted a run in
the second, inning. Jimmie Novaeek
was responsible. He hit over right
for three and rested while Hansen
made an out and Dahlquist was
punched in the ribs. Then it came Pa
Hill's turn and he started out to do
things. After slamming several foul
liners ofF to left he placed one inside
the Ii.re for a pair-of sacks, Oraham
saw that this? sort of thing had to be
stoppedv so he fanned out the next
Won In Third.
But in the very next inning things
went from bad to worse. It looked
as though matters were coming our
way when Kennedy hit to right a low
fly tlit Wind was able to spear, but
not to hold onto. The runner made
the. mistake of trying to take another
on the play and was tagged out. In
the next breath Himes swatted the
.yarn for two and Brown sent a long,
winding, twisting one high over Dick
ey's head in left. Dickey wound about
after it and finally got his mitts on it
and scored an error. Brown took sec
ond and Himes came home. Novacek
went out on a fly, but Hansen sent a
sizzler to Hickey and that gentleman
failed to touch and it rolled- to cen
ter field. Donnelly threw for Brown,
wiho was racing for the plate, but
Graham saw there was no chance and
he intercepted the ball in time to get
it to second and tag IIausen-, thoogh
the run was in.
Both sides played good ball till the
seventh and it looked as though the
final score might be 3 to 0. But in
the seventh Hill lived on one of Van
dine's errors, and though he died on
a fielder's choice Berte lived and went
to second on a wild pitch, to third on
Holmes' out at first and scored when
Today Aye r's
Take other kinds
Hickey made an error. Though Himes
hit, nothing came of it for. Brown
fanned. - -
Ltolnts I Las Innings. '.'
Roek Island started the bevenlh off
most auspiciously.' Pa. Hill made an
error on Lister's- chance and after
Latimer had hit. Dickey smcrifieed and
sent both runners up a notch. . Hickey
hit a screamer past short that brought
both in. Wind hit- a, -hot- liner to
Brown at first that looked good for a
couple of bases and Hickey was
caught oil second, making a double.
Cedar Rapids offset Roek Island's
gain with another two in the eighth.
Yandine let Noyncck down with an er
ror and llausen sacrificed. Dahlquist,
who '-had twice struck out. hit for
two sacks, and after Hill drove a liner
one to Dickey and was out, Berte hit
for a couple more and two runs were
in. Holmes struck out.
Rock Island made two in the eighth
and ought to have had more. Don
nelly and Vandine h4t and Oraham
walked, filling the sacks with no one
out. O'Leary's fly to the outfield let
Donnelly in and then two other outs
followed'. The visitors batted "in. an
other in the ninth with a three-bagger
by Himes and a single by Brown, and
it came the local's turn again. Dickey
slammed out a two-sacker and it
seemed that he was doomed to die in
his tracks, for Hickey and Wind went
out on grounders. Donnelly hit safe
for the run, Vandine took a life on
Kennedy's error and Uraham and
Leary both hit. All that was need
ed to tie the wore was another single,
but Lister was unable to turn the
ROC K ISLAND. AB. R. 11. P. A. K.
Wind, rf 4 0 0 0 1 1
lVnnilly, ef 4 2 2 2 1 0
Vandine, :;b 3 t) 1 1 12
(iralvnm, p 3 o 3 0
O'Leary. e 5 0 110 1 0
Lister, 2b 5 1 0 4 1 0
Larimer, lb 4 110 0 0
Dickey. If 3 1 1 1 0 2
Hickey, s.s 4 0 2 2 31
,Totals 37 5 10 27 11 6
C LDAR RAPIDS. AB. R. H. P. A. K.
Kennedy, 2b 5 0 0 1 1 1
Himes, cf . .". 5 2 3 3 0 0
Urown, lb 5 1 I 13 1 0
Xovacek, rf 3 2 1 1 0 0
Hansen, e 4 O 0 (3 0 0
Dahlquist, If 4 1 1 1 0 0
Hill. 3b 4 0 1 0 1 1
Berte. s 4 1 2 2 7 0
Holmes, p 4 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 40 7 J 27 12 2
Score by innings:
.0 0 OO002 1 25
.0 1 20001 2 1 7
base hits Nova-
Two-base hit si Dickey.
Dahlnuist, Berte. Bases
on balls off Holmes, 4. Wild pitch
Oraham, 1. Struck out by Graham.
S; by Holmes. 3. Double p'av Brown
to Berte. Time 1:30. Umpire Cu
sack. Scores In the Bit: Leacaea.
Chicago. Sept. tl. Following are the
ba.o ball tccres:
league: At lMMsburg Cincinnati
1; Pittsburg 4; at Philad. Iphla Bus
ton 3, Philadelphia 1; (second name;
Bston L Philadelphia 3: at New York
Brooklyn 4, Now York 1; at Chi
cago St. Louis 1. Chicago 5.
American: At Detroit Cleveland J,
Detroit 1: at Chicago St. Louis 1, Chi
cago 2: at Washington New York 11.
AVashlugtoa 3 eight innings, dark
ness. Association: At Kaiiws City To
ledo 7. Kansas City ten innincs;
(second gamo) Toledo 8. Kansas City
13; at Louisville St. Paul 4, Louisville
7; at Columbus Milwaukee 2; Colum
bus 4; at Indianapolis Minneapolis 1,
Indianapolis 2. .
Western: At St. Joseph Kansas
City 1, St. Joseph 10.
Peter. Has "Serve.
If Umpire Peter is a small man he
is nevertheless courageous. This was
demonstrated Sunday night at Du
buque, when he engaged in a fierce
fistic encounter with st young man
named Hutchinson, who criticised Pe
After the game Sunday Peters went
to his boarding house in the lower
part of the city, and was fitting with
a number of other boarders on the
porch. Harry Hutchinson came along
and began, it i.v state 1. to abuse Pe
ters for his poor umpiring. He was
very severe in his? condemnation of
the man who is suprem on the dia
mond and declared among other
things that Peters was "rotten." Pe
ters? will ta'ke all these terms of en
dearment when hurled at him from
the bleachers, but he will not swallow
them olT the diamond..
Peters held his temper as long as
he could, and then he asked Hutchin
son if he really meant what he said.
Hutchinson replied in the affirmative
and the- Uttle umpire waded Into his
critic. . v
The fight was fast and furious ami
Peters was getting the best of it. The
bystanders offered no interference,
for they were of the opinion that
Hutchinson had gone too far. The
combatants rolled dwn the steps
onto the grass and the fight contin
ued in earnest there. Peters got on
top of his adversary and dealt blow
after blow. Finally Hutchinson raid
he had enough and there was prose
in his explanation that he was "fool-
Notes of the Diamond.
Davenport Leadtr: Manager Hayes
has found it necessary to reduce the
number of players of the Davenort
baseball team, and as Pitcher Derrick
was the last man to join the team he
was given his releasee. Derrick has
not been released because of poor
playing, but because the number of
the team had to be reduced. Derrick
has received a good offer from the
Cairo (III.) team of the K. I. T. league
and will leave for that city this even-
IS A HOME WEDDING
Miss Francis Brid of John VV.
Norton, of Locwport,
BOTH BANK HIGH AS ARTISTS
The t J room Being an Instructor
at Chicago In
stitute. - A. courtship having its beginning in
the student room of a college of art
in Chicago a few years back culmina
ted last evening i if the marriage of
M;ss Margaret Washburn Francis, of
this city,' and John Warner Norton, of
The ceremony was performed be
fore a small company by Dr. Willi. nn
Torrance, pa tor of the Central Pres
byterian church, at the home of the
parents of the bride, Mr. ami Mrs. J.
T. Francis. 1023 Twenty-first street.
Mis Ada Heinenway was maid of
honor; Dr. Rex Brown, of Chicago,
groomsman, and Kalhr.Mi Francis and
Master John L. Francis, ribbon bear
ers. The briite was given in marriage
by her father. Preceding the cere
mony the Lohengrin wedding march
was ren-dered on Ihy piano and violin
by Miss Winifred Crompton and Miss
Tlie bride wore white satin, with
white oil, and carried bride roes.
Miss Henionway's costume was white
net over Park satin. Her bouquet
was pink roses. Pink and white as
ters entwined with .smilax formed the
decorations of the home.
To Reside at IVtckport.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton departed on
nn evening train for a northern bridal
trip, returning from which they will
be at hoinc to their friends at Lock
port. The marriage rciu-ovcs from
the young society set of the city one
of its most charming nwinbcrs. The
bride graduated from the local high
school with the class of ls;i7, after
which she entered the Chicago Art in
stitute, completing her course two
vears ago, since which1 time her work
has attracted considerable attention.
Mr.- Norton isi now an instructor at
the Chic tgo Art institute and ranks
high in his profession.
The out-of-town guests were: Mr.
ind Mrs. .T. L. Norton, parents of the
groom, Mrs. and Will Norton. Mrs.
Gibson Sacger, Hiram Norton. Miss
Uoberta Ruggles, Lockport: Miss- KI
sie Wylie, Ir. IJex Brown. Miss Adele
Juggles, Mrs. John Francis. Mis
Mary Francis, Chicago; Mrs. Alice
Thomas, Mrs. Jane Wright, Hamp
ton. ing. While Derrick has been in Dav
enport he has made, many friends, ail
of w hym wish him Vit'i.cess with the
Tlw fact that Berte got two hits otT
of him is sufficient proof that Graham
was not in his usual form yesterday.
Probably three of the Rock Island
players will le given a trial in major
league company at the close of the
IN THE SUBURBS.
Cordova. Sept. 3. Mrs. Charles Tav
enner, of Lanark, is visiting with her
parents, Mr. ami Mrs. James Tow.
Miss Rena Zimmerman left Tuesday
to attend Brown's Business college in
Miss Laura Cool spent several days
last week with friends in Rock Isl
Mrs. Fred Hart and sister. Miss
Flora Fisher, returned to their home
in Omaha last week.
Miss Ruth Phillips was in Rock Isl
anl last Fridaj.
Mrs. D. T. Pinnoo is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Lockhart. of
Wesley P.Iack and family, of Port
Ityron. are spending this week with
Mrs. Black's father, H. Durant.
Miss Tillie Wendt. who has complet
ed her studies at Dixon college, re
turned home last Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Neil were in Rock Isl
and last week.
John Buckley, of Davenport, was
here last week attending the Roek
Island association of the B. Y. P. U.
Mrs. Jere Brynn spent several days
last week in Moline visiting her broth
er, James Cronin.
Roy Sallows was in Davenport last
Misses Lucia and Mamie Tnller visit
ed with friends in Rock Island.
Bowling, Sept. 3. Awtong those who
visited the county s-vat Saturday were
Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson and daugh
ter. Inn; Mr. and Mrs. Dixon. Mr. and
Mrs. Got lard. C.B. Kllis, John Derrick
and daughters May and Bertha. Rob
ert Young and son Wesley, A. Hud
son, and F. McConnell.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Stnrkey. of Nebras
ka, are visiting with friends and rela
Miss Pearl Derrick, who has been
visiting in Rock Island, has' returned
Miss Bessie Hutchinson, who visited
with relatives in Rock Island, return
There was a sociable at Joe Hutch
ion'n Tuesday night.
Andalusia, Sept. 3. Mrs. J. C. Bur
goyne spent Sunday with relatives in
Miss Josephine Strohmeier went to
Muscatine Tuesday on business.
Gilpin Moore . and family visited
friends in Rock Island last week.
V little daughter of A. G. Oldham is
very sick with typhoid feer.
Miss Kathryn Britton returned Mon
day evening from Rock It land where
she spent the past week with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs.. Godfrey Schneider, of
Taylor Ridge, were Sunday visitors
at J. H. Brookman's.
Mr. and Mrs. Farquhar and little,
daughter, of Moline, visited latt week
at N. O.' Phillii'.
Mrs. Robert Reede anr two children,
Blanche and Clare, visited relatives at
Muscatine last week.
Mrs. C. L. Wenksi and daughter Mil
dred, have returned from Chicago
where they visited with relatives.
The Ladies StK-iety rf the Baptist
church will have their dinner at the
home of Mrs. S. A. Leman, Wednesday,
Mrs. G.pK. Spickler has returned
from Reynolds 'where she was helping
care for her brother. D. L. Finley.
who was sick with typhoid feer. Mr.
Finley is now convalescent.
- Our schools commem-ecf for the year
Monday morning with Will Bow ser, of
Buffalo, la. as principal and Miss
Jtmnso-n, of Rock I.laml as primary
i R. W. Brookinan and wife departed
for their new homo at Center Point,
la., Tuesday morning.
Foster. Sept.- 3. doe Watson and
cousin Will Freyermuth arrhi I home
from IK-s Moines Sat unlay, where
they attended the state fair and I i t -cd
Miss Katherine Foster arrived home
from Rock Island Sunday evening, af
ter spending the week with friends
and attending the institute.
Miss Nora Thornton gave a party at
her home Saturday evening. Game
were, indulged in and a very pleasant
time is reported.
Last evening at p. in. occurred the
nuptials of the second eldest daughter
.f Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gillett. MU-.j
Laura, to Ira Boney, of Buffalo Prai
rie. Only the immediiate relatives of
the contracting parties witnessed the
ceremony. The young eouple have a;
host of friends who will extend con
gratulations and best wishes for a
long and happy wedded- life.
Miss Bridgie Fi rry arrived front Rock
Island Sunday evening, ami opened the
fall term oT school at No. 2 .Monday.
William Meyers has arrived home
(mm a short visit with his brother
who is located in Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spickler went
to Geneseo. 111.. Saturday for a short
visit with relatives.
Dow Ripley, of Potersvillo. is visit
ing at the home of his uncle, D. L.
Miss Aleta Barge r. of Muscatine,
is visiting Miss Pcarlie Bowser.
Mrs. Frank Brogan and daughters.
Alta and Adelle, departed- for Oskaloo
sa last Friday, where Mr. Bowser has
decided to locate with his family.
Miss Nellie Fehlman has been indis
posed for some time. Her friends
hope that she will soon regain her
Miss Carrie Kran. was quite ill for
several dayts but is now much im
j'reved. : Mrs. John McGinnis. of Davenport,
is visiting her parents, Mr. ami Mrs.
John Garvin, who was so severely
kicked by a horse last spring, has s-o
far recovered as to be .ibl- to get
about again. A din-tor has been in at
tendance every day. The wound in
flicted in his tkull was of so serious a
nature as to necessitate a surgical
operation to remove a piece of bone
that was pressing on. his brain. The
ttciidinr ohvsioian has decided to
now allow the wound to heal.
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