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TBI Atf6 ITS. MO N DAT, JULY ,S 1904.
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GAME STORMY ONE
Manager Kohley Miller and Umpire
Milan Come to Blows on the
Cedar Rapids Diamond.
PLAYER PUT OUT OF GROTJHDB
Mcr Havtae; a S3 Kla PlaatrrrS
Him Rock l-lnn.l la Shal Out
12 v-,irr h IS Hit.
Cedar RapMs. July 18 The opening
game in the series with Rock Island
yesterday was ahout the most sensa
tional that has been witnessed on the
local grounds for a year or more. The
visitors were outplayed at all points.
The Rabbits were in fine fettle and
played in their old-time form, giving
Fiene faultless support, and running
bases like deer. Manager Kohley
Miller, of Rock Island, grow hufTy in
th- seventh inning on account of a de
ision and threw the ball over the
fence. I'mpire Milan fined him $5 for
profanity, and then Miller struck the
fticial. There was a lively mix up he
tween the two until the other jJayers
md the pplies Interfered. Miller was
f h 11 put out of the grounds. The
;bdar R umds r. h. f. a. e.
Durkee, Sb l o 2 1 o
i)avis. If 2 0 0 0 0
Hupp, rf I I
; limes, cl 2 2 l I t
Ball, 2b " 1 2 5
: lilt, lb 2 3 11 6 I
Berte, ss 2 2 4 2 0
.udwig, c 1 1 7 1 I
Ptcae, p l 2 r. n
Totals 13 10 27 15
BOCK ISLAND. R. H. P. A. K.
Blakey, if o l 2
"onroy, ef 0 0 2 0 1
Vandine, lb ' 1 2 1 o
Ulster, lb o o s o i
Miller. 2b 0 2 3 4 1
Laiiy. rf o l l o o
Dennison. ss " u n
Thomas. (i 1 a 4 1
.akaff. p 0 0 0 2 I
.undin, 2b ft 1 8 ft
Totals 0 ti 24 1 1 4
Agency and Information
207-809 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa
llaim. RfcnuntJ and informs ticm -'
tested everywhere. Both
Score by innings:
' tedar Rapids 1 2001 22 1 12
lock Island 0 0 00 Oft 00ft 0
Summary: Stolen bases Davis.
Times (3), Durkee. Ludwig. Two
ia.se hit Hall. Three-base Bit- -l.ud-.i;
Double plays Fiene (unassist
di. Fiene to P.erte to Hill Struck
ut by Fiene. 7; by Lakaff. 6. Bases
n balls off Fiene. 1; off Lakaff. 5.
il.t by pitcher by Fiene, 2. Time of
-.line 2:00. I'mpirp Milan. Attend
I'ilt-hrr Winn lilt liamr.
Davenport, July I. Vyscexil, the
lew iwirlcr from Goal city, Ind., held
Decatur to one hit. Ives" sensational
Holding was the feature of the game.
Williams, c . . .
rockett, lb .
lacobs, ss . . . .
-w aim. If
Myers, rf .
Vyi cocil. it
Totals 3 7
5 0 0
:: o o
2 4 0
1 3 1
2 ft 0
2 o 0
0 2 0
27 12 1
tfcFaiiand, rf . .
Swacina, cf . . .
I Walters. If .
R Walters. 2b
'Connor, c . . . .
t 24 y i
Score by innings:
Davenport 00000021 3
Decatur ( o ft 0 n mi u u 0
Summary: Two base hits - . Viper
man. Dunne. Williams. Stolen bases -Mpernian,
Swalin. Jacobs, Myers. R.
Walters. Rases on balls Off Wei
fad. 2. Struck out By Vyscocil,
iy Weigand. 4. Time 1:35. Umpires
Stauffer and Hardy.
Iterkferd Dmpa Inn.
Rockford. July If- Springfield won
both g.uno. The first as earned and
'he second was a gift. The semes, af
Wagner, ef ,
I atimer. c
Camnitr, p f i t f
13 27 11
Score by innings.
Springfield 01440010 111
Rockford 0 000000 1 0 1
Sgunmary: Two base hit Hankey.
Three base hits Ebright. . Caffryn
Bases on balls Off Jaeger, l; off Cam
nitz, 3. Struck out By Jaeger. 1; by
Camnitz. 7; by Graham. L Dquble
plays Ebright to Wright. 2. Parsed
ball Latimer. Hit by pitched ball
Xcal. Time 1:45. Umpire Need
ham. Morning game:
BEAT ORION AGAIN
aVj&RASES op players
OP LEAGUE FOR JURE
Reck Island Independents Put it Over
the Henry County Team at
the Local Park.
l it Irt rr n Hlta Gather OS (.. YIaa.
the TTrlatrr Paax for the
R. H PO.A. E
1 0 5 0 0
ft 1 3 0 0
0 0 in ft 0
0 3 111
n ft li 2 1
0 ft 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
n 1 H 2 0
2 5 27 8 2
R H PO. A K
1 2 3 0 ft
0 (i 9 ft ft
1 3 3 3 2
ft 1 1 ft ft
ft ft 3 1 ft
ft (i f. 2 ft
ft ft ft 1
4 S 27 S 4
Score by innings:
Rockford 1 ft ii 0 1 0 ft ft ft 2
Spriuglield ft 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4
Summary: Three base hits Caff
ryn. Lippert . Home run N'eal. Bases
on balls ofT Malven. 3; off Brittseu,
3. Struck out - By Malven, 2; by
Mrittson, 2. Hit by pitcher- Smith
Time 1:40. Umpire Need bam. At
Dubuque. July 19. Steele was in
vincible and the locals had all the bet
ter of Bloouiington. scoring a shutout.
Hackett- lb p . . .
Kin sella, p
R. H. PO A. E.
R H. PO.A. E.
ii i) 3 ii ii
1 n i n o
ft 2 6 0 "
, 0 I 5 ft ft
. 1 6 1 ft
. ii ii 2 1
3 3 2 1
it ii ii it ft
. 0 ft 1 ft
. 1 S 27 ti 4
R. H. P A. E
1 2 ft ft 0
2 1 2 0
2 I 2 n 0
. 1 1 7 ft 0
2 17 4ft
. ft 2 ft 1
Score by innings:
Dubuque 1 ft ft ft ft ft 0 1 2
Bloomington 00 000000 o o
Summary Two base hit- Woolf.
Rases on balls -Off Steele. 1 ; off
Hackett. 1. Struck out- P.y Steele.
hv Kinsella. 2: bv Hackett, 2. I ni-
I.MdnlK Put Hull Out of Lot.
Cedar Rppids, July IS. Ludwig won
Saturday's game for the Rabbits, put
ting the nail over the leit neia fence.
with a man on first bast la the
eighth inn;ng. Score:
Lister, lb 2
Miller. 2b 0
W. Hill. BS
Hupp, rf .
Ball. Sb .
S 27 11
ft ft 2
2 ft 0
LOCALS PLAY WITHOUT EBR0R
Orion played a return engagement
with the Independents. Rock Island's
crack amateur baseball team, yester-
iay, and received a drubbing that will
go down in history as the most severe-
reversal that the team from the coun
ty that boasts of its Catcher Maurice
Smith and Pitcher Arthur Lundin has
suffered these many years. The score
was 1 1 to 0.
The gam- took place at the Twelfth
street park, and there were nearly as
many people tnere as tnere were at
the league contest at the park in Dav
enport. The Independents have not
lost a game this season, and they have
not turned down a challenge from any
amateur team tbat they have heard
from thus far. Will Carse was the
uily member of the team missing from
the lineup. He has a lame foot and
lyde Home, of Peoria, was secured
to play the position.
The Independents played without an
rror. while the boys from Orion miss-
eij a uosen just oy one. swauson, the
Cpnter fielder, bad a serious time of it.
missing six flies that were knocked to
his territory. Wilson, the Independ
ent s pitcher, allowed only four hits.
There was a Wilson on the slab for
Orion also, but he was touched ni for
13 safeties. Mcdinley having the hit
ting honors for the day. In four times
up he got four hits, one of them a
Tahnlatril Slnry of the Struggle.
Atkinson, rf ....
'. Wilson, ii . .
Sequist, 3b p . .
V Johnson, ss
I .ehand. c
Swan son. cf . .
I. Lawson, rf .
C. Wilson, p . .
Yilkers, 3b . . .
Wilson. 3; off G. Wilson. 3. Two base
hits Benson. Sellmer. Home run
McGinley. Hit by pitcher McGinley.
Struck out By C. Wilson. 10; by G.
Wilson. 9. Double plays Hanson to
Home to Sellmer: Benson to Sellmer.
Umpire Clyde Porter.
AB. R. H. PO.A. E
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i on balls Off C.
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Lippert 4 4
44 .389 .P42
42 .247, .953
38 .230 .90S
40 .234 .930
44 .295 .SS
44 .256 .9S0
1 1 .161 .332
8 .143 .II3L:
13 .21.1 .97 7
5 .21 l.OSS
'4 .37 !;3
23 .257 .923
Durkee 50 .M4J
Dsvifl 50 .2 70
Hupp 43 .2415
Hiajiea 50 .2.17
lail 48 :!ti
Hill M .!
Berte 50 .238
Kit'iie 11 -3iiii
Holmes 15 .137
Moore 12 .079
Gill 15 .315
Ludwig 3S .2(5
Clevenaer 5 ls
CsiwaJr 50 ..'
Herbert 54 .223
Smith 54 .218
Opdwln 49 273
Conners 47 3"7
Donovan 5., .250
Kruger 33 .221
KirKer K .73
McGreevy l 250
Bishop 11 79
Rboadea . 8 .35
Turntpseed B .137
1)1 III 1(1 K.
rieminx M -,r-s
Bverett 41 .231
Buelow 52 .34'.!
l:- oi in 45 .272
Hughes 5n :;
A Mk i ill 2rt .17
Jones 15 .ll?
Mulcahy I H"
K;istman 17 28
I'oolc 14 1 o -j
llin-s 9 .130
iladley 47 .228
Thiery 6 .22
v.iir it ?9i
pattuon n -49
Gruebner 4 7 .225
K. Walters 56 195
Kuhn M .307
11 Wiilters 5 .324
i i inii-- II .214
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Weicand 16 ',;,
Krebs M .311
Nl-ol 35 .2511
Hardy 1,3 13..
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STANDING OF CLUBS.
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 0
Ro-k Island ni02oo o i
Stolen bases Holmes. Bortc. Two
base hit Lister. Throe-base hit 1h
vis Home run Ludwig. Strurk out
By Holmes. 6; by Hanerman. 7. Bases
rti balls off Hagernian. L Hit by
;i(( In r hy Holmes. 1 ; by Hacerman,
Time of game 1:20. I'mpire
other alurday tinmrn.
At Davenport Decatur. 2-C-";
enport. 1-7-4); batteries. Hardy
O'Connor. Deller and Williams.
Al DnlKMine Bloominqlon.
DubOdOC 5-11-3; batteries. Barker.
Bm lb and IVnovan. Eastman and
At Rockford Sprinsifild. 5-9-1.
Rockford. 3-S-4 : batteries. Meredith
and Latimer. Jaeger and Starke.
THREE-EYE LEAfil E.
P. W. L. Pet.
Springfield 4 4 4 20 .688
Cedar Rapids 71 43 28 .6
Dubuque 71 40 31 .5i3
BloominRtor. r,s 32 30 .471
Rock Island 7 2 38 .433
Decatur 0.7 3 .4G3
Davenport 71 31 40 .137
Rockford 71 25 46 .352
W. ' L. Pet.
Boston 10 24 .071
New York 45 28 .616
Chicago 44 33 .571
Philadelphia 40 32 .55
Cleveland 37 32 .53fi
St. luis 30 39 .4:55
Detroit 29 43 .403
Washington 14 57 .197
W. L. Pet.
New York 55 20 .733
Chicago 47 27 .035
Cincinnati 42 31 .575
Pittsburg 40 31 .503
St. Iuis 39 35 .527
Boston 28 48 .308
Brooklyn 30 M .375
Philadelphia 17 55 .230
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New York. 3: Detroit. 1.
Chicago. 9: Philadelphia, 6.
St. Louis, ti; Boston, 3.
Cincinnati. 2; Brooklyn. 4.
AMFRl' AN ASSOCIATION.
Kansas City. 5; Columbus, 6.
Minneapolis, 11; Ind'anapolis. 4.
St Paul. 4; Toledo, 2.
Milwaukee. 2; Louisville, 3.
Omaha. 2. Des Mi lines. 1.
Colorado Springs. 0; St. Joseph. 5.
Denver. 210; Sioux City. 1-0.
ldar Rapids. 12; Rock Island. 0.
Davenport. 3; Decatur, 0,
Rockford. 2-1: Springfield. 1 11.
Dubuque 2; IlloomiiiKion. 0.
Fort Wayne. 0; Wheeling. 7.
South Bend. 4 ; Terre Haut 2.
Grand Rapiis. 4. Kvansvilie. 1.
Dayton. 3-3; Peoria. 2-0.
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Hui'v -r'3 .213 .72
Crockett .r.3 .::V4 ,S7o
WMlHitna 4;". .381 .'
Stauff.i- 18 .082
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Alperman 53 228 884
Wallace ! li!" 4i
Moore n 12. 87
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run. ne II .220 .911
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Sliimr 49 .216 .858
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DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
The knocker is having hi:-, innings
once more in kock isiann.
Shame on Springfield. That was li kt
taking candy from a baby at Rockford
Scotty Banker's team defeated Tel
ilvs Colts in Harder's nastute yester
day afternoon by a score of 19 to H
There were two games at the Moline.
Athletic nark Saturday afternoon, the
Sec biers defeating the velies to
and the Plow company's trimming the
Deere & Co.'s 1 to 4.
Misfortune never deters the Rock
Island management. More new play
ers, witn a view to sirengi nening nit
team, are on the stritic Hessler, the
catcher formerly with Rockford. was
signed today. He was ordered to join
the club at Rockford tomorrow
It is stated that Jesse Ruby, the for
nier idol of the Davenport fans, has
jumped the team. At any rate he was
not play inn Saturday fir yesterday
Katnrdav he told a friend that he
would never play with Davenport
again. The knocker has disgusted
President Ed Holland ha.; had an
other lanse of memory. Two weeks
ago he refused a request of Rock Isl
and to nlav a double-header with
Bloomington. He said that all double
headers would be postjMined to the last
series. Still there was on' at Rock
Dennison left Saturday evening for
Cedar Rapids to join the Rock Island
team in answer to a telegram from
Manager Miller, who stated that Hill
bad been taken sick and was leaving
for his home in Chicago. Dennison
covered short yesterday. Hill had
been playing with the Spaliings of
Chicago, taking part in an average of
one game a week, and It is supposed
working every day on the ball field
Droved too strenuous for him. and he
will have to real up after his first
Peoria is once mor- without a pro
fessional ball team. The city has sur
rendered the Central franchise, ami
the club will wander about homeless
the remainder of the season
a clixmce for the Ttuoe Kye
with a city that would 1m? a
provement over some of the
ters that have been dragging along Of
a day to-oay ex'stence since tne open
in? "of tBe seascn Peoria was ssso-
The people can now have
Bridge work done bj our late
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grinding of teth; can be re
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be cleaned. We are the only
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this work, as it Is our patent
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Office hours. 9 a. m. till G p. m. Sundays 3 to 1L
Economy DentaJ Parlors
1 6102 Second Avenue. .Over Finne's Shoe Store.
to tie up
eiated with Rock Island in the West-
rn association. It. was a good base
lall town in those days. It is now,
f the right article is furnished.
Davenport has a convenient way ol
getting rui Ol a regular umpire when
conditions grow so desperate on that
side that a game must be had whether
or no. kock island ten a victim to
this caper the morning of the Fourth,
and Decatur Buffered similarly yester
day, but got away with it Saturday In
spite of the cards that were played
against thai team by the loeal umpire
Rock Island is not. in the least dis
heartened. There may have been mis
takes made by yielding too much to
public clamor as is invariably the case.
But Rock Island is still in the game,
and regardless of results or other cir
eiimstanees will maintain its team,
weed out the poor material and get to
gether once more a winning aggrega
tion of players. Rock Island is not one of
those towns that must have everything
iis own way in order to keep a ball
Kohley Miller is the best second
baseman in the league, and it is hoped
will see the error of bis way in dis
puting the umpire f.o strenuously,
and yet prove a first rate manaur r.
While there ean be no excuse for his
action yesterday, 'till Dmpire Milan's
conduct againrt the Rock Island team
at Bloomington. when without jirovoca
tion he ran Thornton out of the
grounds and openly threatened Miller
with the same treatment, must be re
membered. Umpire Joe Ibeck came over to
!tock Island Saturday afternoon to n
Joy the scenery of a modern city and
made way for But eh Kg,-rs. the sub
stitute at Davenport, in the Davenport
iK'catur game n explanation for IO
i-eck not officiating was given, but it
was apparent to sny one hat -was at
the park on the oilier side on that day
that Kggi rs whs doing his best, for
the home learn. It was the most flag
rant piece of partiality ever seen in ii
professional game, but al that he could
not get away with it. No mercy was
shown the Decatur boy -, but they
played to win, and they came out on
top. though it took 12 innings to do It.
With a fair umpire there would have
been nine Innings and the score would
have been I to ii in favor of the visit
ing team. Davenport wauled the game
Saturday to help draw a crowd yes
terday, when there was a big falling
off in attendance, not more than one
thousand people being there.
TO DISCIPLINE KOHLEY MILLER
President Sexton Condemns Actions
on the Ball Field at Cedar Rapids.
i regret soeedingly the occurrenc e
at Cedar Rapid yesterday," President
M. EL Sexton of the local baseball as
sociation said today In discussing the
personal encounter of Manager Miller
with Umpire Milan. "I have always
been Opposed to such actions on the
diamond and regardless of what steps
the league may take I shall properly
discipline Manager Miller for his un
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