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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1904
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2u7-2oy Brady St.. Davenport, lows.
Claims, accounts and information so
Utd everywhere. Both
JOY IN DAVENPORTjARTISTIC SOUVENIR
OF ROCK ISLAND
National Independence Day Takes
Back Seat for Celebration of
the Ball Fans.
TWO GAMES FROM BOCK ISLAND
allit'-r Pmtm an l.niu:u:i In Ihr Af
trrnoiin lowam Hil thr
Davenport had a Fourth of July cele
bratlon after a fashion that will live
lon in the memory of the fans there.
Two defeats administered to Rock Isl
am! in one lay should have the effect
of warming up the boys with cold feet
who have had their hammers out on
their team since the beginning of th
Harry Stauffeag tho much abused
pitcher, furnished the puzzles in the
morning, and in the afternoon, the
management ha'.iuu takn on an en
stallmen( (f reuewed confidence, ven
tured JMi Wallace, a little fellow
who has been held in th background
because of his youth and the uncertain
ty of his neodle.
Wallace duplicated tho performance
of Stauffer, holding Rock Island to four
hits, and a single tally, which caiue in
the third inning, oti a two-bagger b
likaff followed by a base hit by
fatal i:rrr In the Sixth.
Had Robertson corralled that lin
er of Mike Jacobs in the sixth inning
there might have heen a different nar
rative in reference to the game of the
afternoon. Hut he did not, and thereby
! ; nu's a tale, the telling of which is
anything but pleasant to the Rock Isl
Ruby had gotten on through
scratch hit that struck LakafTs shoe
and rolled over in the vicinity of first
base, faknff covering the bag and Lis
ter fielding the balL Eakaff lost his
balance and fell over backwards across
the bag and Ruby took second. Ives
and Crockett, the next two men up.
died on bunts to Eakaff.
Then came your old friend with the
dangerous lamps, Mike Jacobs, he Of
the peroxide locks and the lumber wag
on st l ido. Michael laid to for a
frounder that it seemed Robertson
. o'ti. i have bad no trouble In fielding
and pegging over to first in plenty
lime to cratch the runner. Hut the ball
Bllpped through Robbie's fingers and
Ruby was on third when Swafan swung
for a long two-base drive In riht.
Alperman was next, and the white
haired third-baseman surprised the na
tives by driving a By in center that
was good lor three stations. Williams
oiMo-eted and drove Alperman home
Donne ending the bomhardment by
fanning. This Inning brought foui
scoro-. to Davenport.
ff Wrr In lli- Bcvfatb.
it was simply a ease of discovering
the pitcher. Eakaff. despite the rougta
tn atment thai ite received In the sixth,
stuck at it through the remainder of
the contest. In the seventh three
more runs were rolled up on singles by
Wallace, Ires and Crockett, a sacri
fice by Ruby and a double by Swalm.
who hail his batting clothes on for
fair, both his hits of the game being
for two bases.
The crowd was of large pro
portions. All Davenport seemed to
wal e up after the victory of the morn
ing, and the rooters had the tirt real
license of the season for the use of
their voices. The gates leading to the
crand stand were locke d at o'clock,
every Inch of seat inn room havinu
been occupied half an hour before the
game was announced to eommence.
The bleachers were packed, and peo
ple were loned three dt ep at the south
fence. If was a glorious day for Dav
enport. Rock Island did not envy her.
for she has had so few chances to
crow during the s-.imnier that the
change will do her people good. They
seeded a loosening up. But have a
ROCK ISLAND, AB. it. II !'
Thornton, cf m
Miller. 2b 4
Lally, rf I
Vandine. 3b '
McDooouch, c :
Blakey. If 3
KobertBon, sa I
likaff. p 3
Jacobs, ss . . .
Williams, c . .
Wallace, p . . .
M 1 24 13
A H. R H. PO-A. E
I i 2 3 0 0
1 1 0
Score by inninsrs:
Rock Island OltOOOOfl 1
Davenport 0 ooo t 7
Summary: Two base hits Lalcaff,
Swalm. 12). Struck on: By I .Slraff.
1: by Wallace. 3. Bases on balls
Off Wallace, i. Doable plajr Miiier
Eister. Hit by pitcher Thornton.
Btok n bases Ruby. 1: Ives. 1: Jac-
easily done with Ayer's Hair
Probably they know how it always restores color
Spoon Design the Work
Idea of Bleuer, the
One of the most unique and at tht
sarue tune popular ami appropriate
souvenirs thai has yet been design ;
in the interest of Rock Island takes
the form of a silver spoon, the work
and Idea of Fred Bleuer. the jeweler
Artistically engraved on the handle
are the Rock Island court house, the
Modern Woodmen building and Black
Hawk monument in Spencer sa.ua.re
followed by the inscription. "Rock Is!
and, ill. In the tov.i is a tow ot
shop.-i at Rock Island arsenal, whil
on the obverse side is the familiar
arsenal storehouse at the point of th
Island of Rock Island, and below it tht
Crescent hriE',- and under this Black
Hawk Inn. All the designs are pret
tily and attractively hro;::;ht out. an."
in looking it over one naturally mar
vels thai so much could have been
included on so small a space and yet
all so cjeverly done.
The BOUV4 ni r denotes skill on tht
part of the designer as well as an evi
deuce of enterprise that must provt
advantageous all around. It la about
as nice a reminder of Rock Island a
one would care to have.
obs, E Sacrifice hits Ruby, Ives
Robertson. Left on bases Rock Isl
and. I; Davenport, I. Time of game
1:35. i mpire Egers.
DTJST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Well, there are more days coming.
It is but the lips and downs of base
The team is all riht just the way
(let your eye on the ball again hoys
You can do it.
Now let us hope the Davenport at
tendance will begin to pick up again
Miller and Lally carried off the
fielding honors in the afternoon game
We hope poof old Eal wrfliams has
Sot a new lease uf lite on his job at
Once more Rock
Island has save,
as Davenport b
lae league as rar
No bad feelings on the i art of Rock
Eland, neighbor no more than there
were after that last series in this city.
Lister is laid up by illness and una-
ble to he In the name this afternoon
Manager Thornton intended putting
Hagerman on the initial cushion.
Rloomington comes tomorrow u
meet Rock Island at the Twelfth street
park for a series of three fames. i
catur will follow, ami then the locals
go. n way again, visiting Dubuque, Ced
ar Rapids and Rockford.
Rloomington, III.. July 6. President
Holland, of the Throe-Eye haKUo. re
ceived telegrams giving the total re
ceipts for the Fourth of July games
Davenport drew- $72:'.. '.m : Cedar Rap
Ids, $c.7J. Decatur, 3494.60, ami
Springfield tone game), $465.65. Af
ter the 16 per cent subtraction. Which
goes to the league treasury, each club
will mt $266.65 as its share of the
Yesterday developed some more of
the shortcomings 4f the present Three
Eye league schedule. Apart from the
fact that the Rock Island team was
obliged to get a special out of Spring
field in order to reach home in tinM
for the mornins; game, and then t
make two changes of ears in the night
thus depriving the players of any rest
whatever, the Rockford team was no;
able to get to Springfield from Haven
port in time for the morning game
scheduled in that city. The man who
made up that schedule did not tlgure
on the Uncertainty of Sunday train
service, it seems.
President M. H. Sexton of the Rock
Island association has protested the
game of yesterday morning played
with Davenport. His telegram to
President Ed Holland at Rloomington
was as follows: ''We protest this
morning's game. Empire was otterl)
incompetent and displayed gross ig
norance of the rales. The visiting
club had no chance to win." The play
on which Mr. Sexton bases his protest
t ame up in the sixth inning. Williams
was on first whin Dunn hit a grounder
along the first base line. In running
he kicked the ball and should have
been called out. but BhtCfa Eggers. thf
umpire, sent him back to the plate
to try ovi r. ruling that the ball was a
foul. Eggers formerly served as den
ut sheriff in Davenport . He his beer
appointed substitute umpire for that
city by President Holland, and is to
serve there when a tegular umpire
is not on hand. Eggers made his first
appearance officially yesterday.
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J. C. A -
NICOL IS DELAYED
Forfeits Game Through Inability to
Be On Hand for Morning
Match With Senators
LATTER WIN Iff AFTERNOON
llri'itur score Pair of DefratM on
BliHiuirr Knlihitx kirk
on I in pi re.
Springfield, July 5. Springfield was
given the game scheduled for yester
day morning through default. Rock
ford failing to show up. The visitors
failed to make things interesting in
the afternoon. The score:
SPRINGFIELD, R H. PO.A. E.
l.ippert. ri ii 1 ii o 0
Donnelly, cf l 2 4 8 0
Wright, lb 1 ii s o 1
Caffryn, if n 0 :: o l
smiith. Sb 1 1 l i' o
Latimer, c 2 7 1 0
Neat, ss 2 l 2 :i
Ebright. 2b 2 1 2 4 1
Case, p 0 2 0 2
I lavidson. If ...
Craham. cf ....
O Brien. 2b
... 7 lit 27 12 2
R. II. TO.A. E.
... l 2 :: ii n
. . . l 1 2 o
... it 111 o 1
... o i o r l
... 0 1 2 0 1
. . . o o l i
Schoonhoven, ss o 0 o 4
Merrill, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Raker, p 0 0 0 ?, 1
Totals 1 7 24 15
Score by innings:
Springfield 03002002 7
Rockford 00000010 01
Summary: Two base hit Latimer.
Struck out By Case. 6; by Baker. 1.
Bases on balls Off Case. 4 ; off Baker.
1. Empire Lobeck. Attendance
Have u Evea Split.
Cedar Rapids, July 5. Cedar Rapidr
broke even with Dubuque in a double-
header, the visitors winning the morn
ing game on a bunch of hits in the
eighth and a questionable decision by
Milan. In the afternoon the locals
played all around Dubuque. The
H. TO.A. E
I. ud wig. c
Totals 4 7 27 10
it. II. PO.A. E.
Thiery. c . .
Reagan, cf .
Hadley. ss .
Steele, p .. .
1 1 13
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids 00020200 4
Dubuque I 00000000 1
Summary: Stolen bases End wig.
Thierv. Two base hits Ball. Woolf.
Struck out By Fiene, .". Bases on
halls-Off Fiene. 1: off Steele. 1.
Passed balls EudWig. 1: Thiery. 1.
Time of game 1:25. Empire Milan.
Dccatvr Wtrna Beth.
Decatur. July 5. Blooinington lost
both games. Afternoon score:
DECATI'R, R. IE PO.A. E.
.1 2 2 4 1
2 1 13
1 2 o 0 0
I 12 0 0
I 3 11 0 0
1 1 4 0 ii
o o n n o
o 2 " o 1
I 0 0 0 0
10 10 0
S 12 27 lo 2
R H. PO.A. E.
0 15 12
1 14 2 0
11 1 0 II 0
13 0 0 0
110 5 0
2 0 1 o 0
1 2 0 3 0
1 10 10
o 2 S 2 0
7 12 21 II 2
EL Walter, If
ft. Walter. 2b
Con over, p
if LOOM I NC TON,
'onners. If ....
Sammons. rf ...
Score by innings
OM3O 0 2 2 1 0 S
0 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 17
Summary: Two base hits Kuhn.
H Walter. Krebs. Herbert. Donovan.
Double play Gnn bner to R. Walter
to Kuhn. Bases on balls Off Wei
gand, 2: off Conorer. 2: off Hackett. 3.
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ONE OF THE BEST
MEETS YET HELD
Twin-City Driving Association's Races
on Ninth Street Well At
tended. The first of a series of races to be
given by the Twin-City Driving asso
ciation of Rock Island, this year, was
held yesterday afternoon at Ximh
street park with a large crowd
present. The events were good and
the track was fast. While the pole
was somewhat slow, the remainder of
the track was in a good condition
The absence of the bookies was quite
The starter of the races was L. F.
Cralle". of Moline. The judges were It
S. McNutt, of Muscatine, Mayor
Charles Skinner, of Moline, and F. J
Hinkston, of Rock Island. H. M
Schriver. Ed Ward. E. 15. McCuIlom
and R. Fox. of this city acted as time
keepers, The purses consisted of sil
Then' were three races: A free tor
all pace, a 2:30 pace and a road raet
The free-for-all was won by I rem
owned by F. A. Merriman; Onward
Star, owned by R. E. Little, took sec
ond. and Bob Nibs, owned by 11
Schreiner, was third, and Col. Roose
veil, owned by J. Man waring, wiai
fourth and last.
The 2:30 race was won by Wore
Onward, owned bv C. L. Silvia: second
place was taken by Troublesome Tom
while third and last place fell to La
1 ho noises m the road race were
positioned as follows: Russineer
Maid, owned by S. Johnston, first:
Bino, owned by H. Myers, second, and
Miss Odrain, owned bv J. Parker, third
and last. .
1 he horses and positions taken in
various heats, and time of each heat
Irene. P. Merriman
Onward Star, R. Little
Boil Nibs, H. Schreiner ... .2 3
Col. Roosevelt. J. Man war
ing 4 4
Time of heats In order 2
Morey Onward. C. L. Silvia 1 l 1
Troublesome Tom. H. Myers. .2 2 "
La Vengadora, E. . Merriman. 3 3 I
Time of heats in order 2:29;
o . 23 1 '., 2 29 ! i
ROAD RACES- HALF MILE ill'ATS.
Rusineer. S. Johnston 1 1
Si no. ii. Myers 2 :
Miss Adrain, J. Parker 3 L
Time of heats in order- 1 : 17! ;
1 : 1C4.
The driving association of Genesee
will hold a meeting in that city July
. ; ftu- th' purpose of making arrange
ments for races. The races here will
probably lie held every two weeks.
STANDING OF CLUBS.
E. W. E. Pet.
Springfield 5:: 36 17 .C7
Cedar Rapids 60 36 2 4 .600
Dubuque 00 30 3d .500
Bloomington 68 27 31 .466
Decatur 66 20 30 .461
Davenport 60 27 33 .456
Rock Island 50 25 31 .44f:
Rockford 5s 21 35 .407
W. E. Pet.
10 22 .646
38 23 .623
3! 28 .5s2
31 27 .5::;
32 29 .525
27 32 .458
27 35 .435
11 111 .189
New York .
Chicago . . .
St. Iouis .
New York 4S 1G
Cincinnati 30 25
Chicago 37 20
Pittsburg 3.5 2H
St. Louia 31 31
Brooklyn 27 41
Boston 25 41
Philadelphia 15 4G
YRSTKRDA1 AFTERNOON'S RRS1 l.TS
Davenport. 7: Rock Island, 1.
Springfield. 7: Rockford. 1.
t'edar Rapids. 4: Dubuque, 1.
Decatur, 8; Bloomlngton, 7.
Detroit. 0; Chicago, 1.
Cleveland. 9: St. Louis, 4.
Boston, 5; Washington. 2.
New York. 5; Philadelphia. 2.
Pittsburg. 11: Chicago. 0.
New York. 11: Philadelphia. 3.
Brooklyn, lo; Boston. 1.
AMKRICAN ASS x'lATION.
St. Paul. 5; Minneapolis. 1.
Columbus, 0; Toledo, 4.
Loaisviile, 11: Indianapolis. 1.
Milwaukee. 5; Kansas City, 0.
Evansville. 0; Terre Haute. 7.
Peoria. 0; Fort Wayne. 2.
Wheeling. 0: Dayion. 5.
Colorado Springs. 3; Denver. 2.
Pes Moines, X; St. Joseph. 3.
Sioux City. 4: Omaha. 2.
Keokuk. 9; Burlington, 2.
Oskaloosa. 3: Ottumwa. 2.
Waterloo, 2; Maraballtown, o.
Boone, " : Fort Dodgr 5.
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