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GET AN EVEN BREAK
slanders Bag Second Came n
the Series With Dubuque
DAMAGE DONE IV ONE INNING
Batting Rally in Fourth. Aided by
Errors, Gives Enough Scores
Thornton's team winning yester
day's gaii,. made the Rock Island- Du
soqne series an even break, wet
grounds having prevented the openei.
The game showed a return to form on
the part of the Rock Island players,
who BeMed cleanly, with ihe excep
tion of two errors, and wirh snap, and
vhile not connecting as frequently as
they did the day previous hit when to
lo so counted.
The game was cinched in the fourth
inning, when four hits aided by an
BITOT and a wild pitch, produced two
;airs of tallies. The other came in
ho fifth on a pass, an error and a
ong fly. The Iowans saw home only
;n the third, when two runs were made
without a hit.
PmttUon on the Bench.
Pattison, who has been protested by
:he Iowa league, on account of having
signed with one of its clubs prior to
accepting terms with Manager Hines.
was not in the game. Hedley taking
third and Steele, the newly signed
liteher. covering short. Steele gave a
nor exhibition at short, making two
rank errors, but be did DOi worry over
his mistakes, having a hearty laugh
to himself after each. If must have
mi n woefully apparent to Hines that
Steele was handing him th- bunch if
lie informed Mm thai be had ever cov
ered that position before joining Du
bonne, for the pitcher handled himself
ike an ice wagon off duty. Bui it is
said he can pileh some. Hunk Boon
will give him a chance to deliver the
I.I. I.lmrl IMW'hfMI Halr Os .
Liebhari pitched bead game for
Rock Island, having but one dlsas
amis inning, the third, when his hit
iug of a batsman and a bad throw to
um-oikI contributed to saving the visi
ora a shutout. Only live hits were
nade off him. one in each of thc
ontth, fifth and ninth, and two in the
itxth. Cooke was on the slab for the
owan -. and was effective outside the
fourth, when the local hitting trust
mrnered his goods. Three fast double
days were pulled off during the game,
wo of them by Dubuque, and the oth
r by Vandine. Miller and Lister
(Nike was found for seven hits, but
neither side showed the aptness with I
the swat stick that was exhibited
Thursday. A base hit was the best
that was gotten.
Steele made the first run for the
Minesies, standing for a crack on the
arm with a pitched ball, stretching to
third on a bad throw to short by Ueb-
hart, who fielded Medley's grounder,
and coming the rest of the way when
Miller messed McDonough's throw to
catch Hedley stealing second. Hedley
scored on a passed ball.
Mat -r Opens Batteries.
Cooke drew fire from the Rock Isl
mil batteries when Lister faced him
batter up. He hit for a base, took sec
nd while Vandine was expiring short
to first, and tallied on Steele's first
iffense. the messing of Miller's
grounder. Blake? hit an easy one that
.viggled between first and second. Bue
ow. Cooke and Hughes started aftet
the ball. The pitcher handled it. but
.vhen he tossed it to Buelow the lat
ter was several feet away from the
iag and Blakey hail landed safely. In
be meantime Mills? had registered at
horfe MeTvrioillRI singled, an 1 ad
vanced while an unsuccessful effort whs
being made to tag Blakey making for
third. Liebhart connected for a pret
:y drive, cleaning the bases. He was
caught at second. Thornton retiring
the side with a bounder to Hughes.
l il t of t '.. rlne.
Robertson, who got the run in the
fifth for Rock Island, waited for four
wide ones, l-ally Hied to left. Lister
hit to Hedley. who fumbled, and Rob
ertson advanced to the third bag. and
scored when Vandine lifted a long fly
into the left garden. Miller made the
third out on a roller to short. In the
ninth inning Liebhart displayed excel j
lent judgment in passing Buelow after !
Wolf had gone out, for the heavy hat- .
ing first baseman of the visiting team
bad not gotten a hit during the game,
and ho was due. Liebhart. fearing one
f those long hits for which Buelow is
famous, and which have a decidedly
jarring effect on the iomiosnre of a
wirier, passed him. f unlit confident
he could fan the next man. Reagan,
and nis guess was correct, and being
willing to take a chance on Hughes
However, the latter got a hit. but
Steele could an no better than push a
bounder to Miller. That was the end
jf it all. Th score:
ROCK ISLAND. A.B. R. H. P. A. E
Thornton, cf 4 I 1 :? 1 0
Robertson, ss 3 1 1 1 5 0
Lally. rf 1 0
Lister, lb 1 1 11 0 0
"andine. 3b 4 0 0 l l ft
Mil'er. 2b 4 1 1 4 5 1
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Blakey, if 4 1 1 1 1 0
McDonough, c ?. 1 1 5 1
Liebhart, p 3 0 1 0 2 1
Totals 33 5 7 27 1G 2
DUBTJQUB, A.B. R. H. P. A.E.
Fleming, If 3 0 0 3 0 0
Thiery. c 3 0 I 2 1
Wolfe, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Buelow, lb 2 0 0 13 0 0
Reagan, cf 3 0 ft 0 0 1
Hughes. 2b 4 0 2 4 5 1
Steele, ss 4 1 0 0 4 2
Hedley. 3b 3 1 1 2 2 1
Cook, p 3 ft 0 0 2 1
Totals 29 2 5 24 14 6
Score by innings:
Rock Island 00041000 5
Dubuque 00200000 0 2
Summary Bases on balls. Liebhart
5. Cook 1: struck out. Liebhart 4. Cook
2; double plays. Vandine. Lister. Mil
ler: Steele. Hughes, Buelow; Hughes.
Hedley: passed ball. McDonough; wild
pitch. Cook; hit by pitcher, Steele
Time, 1:40. Umpire. McQuaid.
DOST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Rockford today, tomorrow and Mon
day. Lundin will pitch for Rock Island
The rooters on the bleachers got in
the game yesterday in fine style.
Davenport is to be with us next
week. Tuesday. Wednesday and
Manager N'icol and the Rockford
players are stopping at the Rock Isl
Carr. the ex-Dubuque shortstop, is
well up in the ranks of the American
association stickers, with an average
Ward Isbell. formerly with Dubuque.
Is pitching winning ball for Kansas
City, the only t wirier 011 the team hav
ing won more than half of his games.
Decatur papers are much impressed
with the hitting ability of Meek, the
big Rockfordite. The Review says
that when he comes tip the pitchers'
arms become paralyzed.
The total hits of Rock Island and
Dubuque yesterday were Jusl equal to
the number gotten by the Iowans
Thursday, and one more than the lo
cals had the same day.
Well, Springfield belongs tit the top.
A team with a $3.ftftft salary lis! has
no business down towards the bottom
with those that are trying to keep
close to the limit . $in per month.
The Rock Island Independents,
which lay claim to the championship
for amateurs for this part of the coun
try, will tomorrow play for the cham
pionship of the tri-eities at the base
ball park in Davenport with Rtist's
Yales. of that city.
Davenport has signed Pete Hag-
gerty for his hitting. Pans had been
wondering why he had been taken on
y Hayes. Thought it might be for
his oratorical powers. It was hoped
the league had gotten rid of this fel
low. Still he might reform after he
gets under the wing of Neighbor
The Bunnies have dropped five
straight. Rock Island put them on
the toboggan, and if is beginning to
look as if the other teams around the
circuit were bent on pushing them into
trampville before they reach the home
harbor from their swing around the
circuit. It is said Uncle Belden is
growing gray hairs at the rate of eight
per day since leaving Rock Island.
The local management had some no
tion of giving the public a double
header tomorrow to make up one of the
games that have been lost with Rock
ford. President Sexton asked permis
sion of President Holland but this
morning received a reply that no dou
ble headers would be permitted till the
last series of the season. So there
will be one game at the usual time.
Bioomington is playing town lot
ball, and in the home of the president
ot the league at that. The "worst ex
hibition of the season." according to
the dispatches sent out from the town,
was given there yesterday. That boy
that furnishes the Sunday dope to the
Chicago papers will have to do some
tall four-flushing tomorrow to keep his
team in the head lines as giving the
pennant an awful chase.
The papers in Cedar Rapids have
taken the grounds that Hills nun
have been losing as a result of a
mutiny over the removal of Dan Hupp
from the right garden and the sub
stitution of Clevenger, the Indiana
player. Clevenger has failed to make
good with the hickory and Hill has
displaced him and put Hupp back. But
that has failed to stop the losing
streak. Another line of dope is now
Freh testimony in groat quantity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
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SENATORS ON TOP
Donnelly's $3,000 Team Finally
Passes Rabbits in Per
BLOOMERS PLAY BAGGED GAME
Worst Inhibition of the Season ia
P. W. L. Pet.
Springfield 3S 24 14 M?2
Cedar Rapids 44 27 17 .014
Decatur .42 23 19 .54S
Dubuque 43 22 21 .512
Davenport 44 20 24 .456
Rock Island 40 IS 22 45i-
Roekford 43 19 24 .442
Bioomington 42 IS 24 .429
Rock Island 5. Dubuque 2.
Rockford 9. Bioomington ::.
Decatur 9, Cedar Rapids 0.
Springfield 4, Da vn port 3.
Rockford at Rock Island.
Dubuque at Bioomington.
Cedar Rapids at Springfield.
Davenport at Decatur.
Springfield, Jan. 18. With the score
tied In the eighth inning Springfield
pounded out three hits in the latter
half of the last and won without an
R. H. P. A.
0 2 1 9
11 it o 2
12 0 0
0 I 2 3
0 0 13 ll
2 2 0 1
0 12 2
1 0 5
4 10 27 lf
It. II P. A.
12 0 0
( n 11 0
0 2 5 2
0 it ii
0 ii 1 6
o ii o 11
ii ii it ::
o 3 5 2
Donnelly, cf .
Caffryn, if . . .
Hankey. 3b . .
Wright, lb ..
Latimer, c . . .
Ebrigbt. 2b ..
Jacobs; ss . ,
Alpennan. 3 h.
Haggerty. 2b .
Williams, c . ..
Totals 3 10 24 14 2
Score by innings:
Davenport 0 1 0 000020 3
Summary: Two-base hits Lati
mer. Jacobs. Three-base hits--El-right.
Caffryn. Struck out by Britt
sen 7. by Wallace 4. Umpire Beards
ley. Dreatur B. Cedar Kaptdo O.
Decatur. June IS. Decatur shut
out the leaders by getting onto Holmes
in the first, seventh and eighth in
nings. Kobertshaw. who pitched for
Decatur, had splendid control and the
visitors were unable to hit him safe
ly, never getting a man past second
DECATUR K. H. P. A. E.
N'icholl, cf 2 2 2 0 9
Kr.'bs, ss 2 2 2 4 1
McFarland. rf 1 2 0 0 0
Swacina. lb 1 S ( 0
Kuhn. 2b 1 2 5 3 0
H. Walters. If 0 1 3 0 0
R. Walters. 3b 0 0 1 1 0
O'Connor, c 1 1 f, 1 0
Robertshaw. p 1 1 0 0 1
Totals 9 13 27 9
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Durkee. 3b 0 1 0 2 ll
Davis. If 0 1 0 it 1
Hupp, rf 0 Q 0 0 0
Hitnes. cf o 1 3 0 0
Ball. 2b 0 0 6 2 2
Hill, lb 0 1 9 0 0
Bene, ss 0 2 4 8 0
Ludwig. c 0 1 1 1 0
Holmes, p 0 0 1 3 0
Totals 0 7 24 11 4
Score by innings:
Decat tir 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 9
Cedar Rapids 00 00 000 00 0
Summary: Two-base hits McFar
l.ind. 2. Struck out by Robertshaw
fi. Umpire Ixibeck.
Bloomlncton 3. Koekford 9.
Bioomington, June 18. Rockford
was given the game on errors. The
performance of the home team was
pronounced the worst exhibition of
the season. Jaeger was in form and
had good support. Score:
MLOOMINCTON. R. H. P. A. E.
Kruger. 3b 1 2 1 0 1
Herbert. 2b. c 0 0 2 2 3
Connors. If 0 1 2 0 0
Donovan, c 0 0 7 0 0
Smith, lb. 2b 0 it 10 2 0
Godwin, cf 1 1 1 1 1
Rhoades. ss 1 1 1 4 2
Turnipseed, rf 0 2 0 0
McCafferty. p 0 2 0 5 1
Barker, lb 0 0 3 1 o
Totals 3 9 27 15
ROCKFORD R. EL P. A.
Davidson. If 2 1 1 0
Starke, rf 0 0 3 1
Dalrymple. cf 1 2 2 0
Meek, lb 1 2 11
Shour. 3b 0 2 1 1
Hessler. c 3 2 C 0
Schoonhoven. ss 1 2 3 3
O'Brien. 2b 1 0 0 4
Jaeger, p 0 2 0 0
0OOTS by innings:
BloominrTton 001 0 0010 1 l
Rockford 2003 1 01 1 19!
Summary : Two-bass hit Meek.
Struck out by McCafferty 7. by Jae
ger 5. Umpire Milan.
In Kite Leagues.
Chicago. June IS. Following are
the base ball scores:
League: At Pittsburg St. Louis 3.
Pittsburg .; at New York Brooklyn
0, New York 2: at Bosteu Philadel
phia 2. Postoa 4; (second game Phil
adelphia 12. Boston 7.
American: At Detroit Philadel
phia 7. Detroit 1: at Cleveland Wash
ington 2. Cleveland MX
Association: At Toledo St. Paul 0.
Toledo 5; at t'oluiubu Kansas City
O. Columbus :: (second game) Kan
as City 3. Columbus 4: at Ixjulsville
Milwaukee l. Louisville 5: at Indian
apolis Minneapolis 4. Indianapolis L
Western: At 1 'es Moines Sioux
City 4. Des Moines S: at Omaha Den
ver 2: Omaha .": at St. Joseph Col
oiudo Springs 0. St. Joseph 0.
fall for Demurratlc ( iiunly Convention.
Pursuant to the resolution adopted
in the democratic county convention,
held in Rock Island May 2fi. 1904. the
democratic voters of Rock Island
county are requested to send dele
-rates to the county convention to be
held r.t the- court house in the city of
Rock Island. III., on the 30th day of
June. A. D. 194. at 2 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of nominating one can
didate for circuit clerk, one candidate
for state's attorney, one candidate for
coroner, and one candidate for sur
veyor, to be voted for in the county of
Rock Island at the general election
held on the Nth day of November, A. D.
!:'i4. and to also select the proper
number of delegates to the congres
sional and senatorial conventions, and
such other business as may seem ex
The representation will be one del
gnte for every 25 votes and one for
every fraction of that number over 1
based on the presidential vote of 1901
Rock Island First ward. 9; Second
ward. 12; Third ward, IS; Fourt:.
ward. 9; Fifth ward. 10; Sixth ward.
12; Seventh ward. 10.
Moline First ward. 7. Second ward.
7: Third ward. ; Fourth ward. 5;
Fifth ward, 9: Sixth ward. 14; Sev
en! Ii ward, 4.
Andalusia. 2: Black Hawk. 4: Bowl
inc. I; Buffalo Prarie, 5; Canoe Creek.
2; Coal Valley, 4: Coo. 3; Cordova. 3:
Drury, 4: ESdgington N'o. i. 2: Edging
ton No. 2. 2: Hampton No. 1. 4: No. 2.
2: No. 3. 2; Rural. :: : South Moline No,
1. tl; No. 2. 2: Port Byron. 3; South.
Rock Island. K; Znma, 3.
Primaries for the election of dele
gates to said convention will be held
in the city of Rink Island, and by can
cuses in the city of Moline. In the re
Spective wards on the 25th day ol
June. A. D. 1904. Polls and caucuses
to be conducted by the members of
the county committee from the re
spective wards in conformity with
said resolutions. In the rural dis
tricts the delegates elected to the
democratic county convention held
May 26, 19'. were authorized to act
as delegates to this convention from
their respective districts.
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