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TWO GAMES IN DAY
Rock Island Slake Hay Id a Double
Header With Rock ford on Home
FIRST ONE SLUGGING MATCH
But in the Second the Visitors Fall
Against Another of Liebhardt's
Rockford at Rock Island.
Daveniort at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Springfleld.
Dubuque at Bloomingtoa.
The most pleasing feature of yes
terday's double-header, aside from the
fact that we made both games count
in the percentage column, was the
manner in which the locals clouted
the hall. We not only hit the ball
hard, hut what ia of far more Impor
tance, we Tilt Opportunely. The ' first
game wasn't in doubt after the fourth,
when Cheek put the hall over the left
field fence for a homer, with two men
on bases. The second game promised
lo be a pitchers' battle until Graham,
Shour and Meek in turn gave exhibi
tions of long-distance throwing, which
iietted the locals four runs.
Lundin and Balliet were the oppos
ing twirlers in the first round with
Hugcrman holding the indicator in the
absence of the regular umpire Stuart.
Both pitchers were hit hard, but Lun
.l.ii succeeded in keeping the visitors'
hits more scattered, while his sup
port was faultless. Kockford started
off with a rush in the first inning, a
single by Davidson, a sacrifice by Bax
ter, a three-bagger by Meek ami a long
fly netting them two. Two-baggers
by Balliet ami Meek gave them an
other in tiie tilth and two bases on
balls after two men were down, and
a double by Meek and a single by
Cameron let in three in the seventh.
l.iimHu 'loui-lirx Off I'irriYorka.
That ended the scoring for the red
socks:. 1 he home team didn't have
a look in until the third, when Lun-
1 : 1 1 led off with a f vo-baggtry Thorn
ton went out from O'Brien to Meek
when Sweeney lined one out to Haxter,
who dropped tlie ball, and Lundin
:cor;- 1. Lister was hit in tha ribs
and walked. Then came the little
man who har, been doing such 'lovely
work behind the bat. Without any
preliminaries he landed on one of Mr.
Palliet's shoots and the ball hit the
Twelfth- street pavement. After Van
dine had gone out. Wanner
I laced a nice single. Durkee
also singled, but Messier went
out to the pitcher. An error, a base
on balls and timely singles by Swee
ney and Lister gave us three more in
the fourth. In the fifth, after Messier
and Lundin had gone out, Thornton
managed to get hit and Sweeney was
there again with a timely two-bagger.
Two were scored in the sixth. Cheek
proved a good waiter and was given
a free ride. Vandine then came to the
bat with a three-bagger up his sleeve
and it didn't take him long to shake
it down either. Me was scored a
minute later by Durkee's single. Wan
ner came to the scratch in the eighth
with a pretty double and Hesslei
brought, him in with a single. And
there ended the first game, with the
score 11 to f in our favor.
Srorf of l'irxt Cniur.
HOCK ISLAND. AIL It. H. P. A. E.
Thornton, cf 4 2 0 3 ft o
Sweeney, ss f 1 2 0 C, 0
Lister, lb 1 2 1 IT, o 0
Cheek, c 3 2 I 2 0 e
Vandine. 3b 1 1 2 2 ft
Wanner. If 3 1 2 1 ft ft
Durkee. 2b ft 2 1 1 t
Messier, rf 4 0 1 2 n ft
Lundin. p 5 2 1 1 3 ft
Totals 37 11 11 27 12 0
KOCKFORD. AH. R. H. I A. E.
Davidson. If 4 2 1 ft ft ft
Baxter, cf 3 1 1 4 ft 1
Meek, lb 5 2 3 11 0 ft
Cameron. 2b 5 0 I 3 2 ft
Shour. 3b r. ft ft 1 ft ft
Stark, c 3 ft 1 4 2 ft
O'Urit n, ss 4 ft 1 ft 5 3
Wagner, if 3 ft 1 1 ft ft
Balliet. p 4 1 1 ft 2 ft
Totals r.r, C 1ft 24 11 4
core by innings:
Hock Island f ft 4 .1 1 2 ft 1 11
Kockford 2 ft ft 1 ft :; ft ft (.
Two-base hit s Balliet. Meek, (2);
Sweeney. Wanner. Three-base hits
Vandine, .Meek. Home run Cheek.
Double play Vandine-Lister. Bases on
balls Lundin. 3: lialliet. 4. Struck
out Lundin. 2; Baliitt. 4. M.t by
pitcher Lister. Thornton. Messier,
Wagner. Starke. Time 1:4ft. t'mpire
t.lrbtanrdt Iciila a lnlr.
After a rest of 15 minutes. Umpire
Stuart railed the second game. Rook
ford was helpless before Liebhardt.
who notonly pitched gilt edged ball
but also fielded his position In grand
style. The men behind him gave him
supjHrt which was of a brilliant order,
the three misplays charged against
them costing nothing. Only in the
first, eighth and ninth did more than
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Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
stores color. Don t grow old
three men face him and only five balls
were knocked . outside the circle,
Thornton getting four, and Wanner
Sweeney evidently forgot that the
first batting bee was over, for after
Thornton had been called out on
strikes, he hit the fall for two sacks.
But he could get no farther. Lister
flying to center and Cheek grounding
to short. We should have had one
In the third but for dumb coaching.
Lundin singled and Liebhardt placed
a neat sacrifice. With Lundin on sec
ond Thornton chopped one into center
and Lundin instead of being held at
third was allowed to go on and Stark
formed a reception committee of one
for him at the plate, catching him by
15 feet. Sweeney went out to O'Brien.
I.lvtrr Soirarn far Three.
In the fourth Lister felt that it
was up to him and he put o::t one of
those old time three-baggers. A long
fly by Cheek scored Pete with the first
run and the only one of the game that
was earned. In the fifth, after Durkee
had landed safely on an error at short,
Lundin placed a pretty bunt down to
Graham, who hesitated whether to
throw it to first or second and then
compromised by throwing it into the
bleachers, Durkee and Lundin both
scoring. A base on balls, a sacrifice
and a timely single by Vandine scored
Lister in the sixth. The red legs gave
us two more easy ones in the eighth.
Clfeek hit a fooler down to Cameron
and was safe, Vandine rolled what was
meant to be a sacrifice down to Shour,
but Gene, just to show that his wing
is still good, threw to the bleachers.
Meek recovered the ball and showed
the fans that neither Graham nor
Shour had anything on him when it
came to winging the ball, for in at
tempting to calch Van at third, hr
threw to the place where the automo
biles are hitched.
Merit 3im :hv aa Ilnliinee.
Everybody was beginning to think
of the inner man about this time, but
all waited to see what Cap Meek would
do with the ball, after two men were
down in the ninth and with Davidson
on second. Me grounded to Durkee
and Liebhardt was credited with an
other no-hit game. Mere is how It
looked from the scorer's box:
ROCK ISLAND, .AB. R. M. P. A. E.
Thornton, cf 4 0 1 4 ft ft
Sweeney, ss 4 ft 2 2 2 ft
Lister, lb 3 2 1 IS ft ft
Cheek, c 3 I ft 2 ft ft
Vandine. 3b 4 1 1 ft 1 2
Wanner. If 4 ft ft 1 ft ft
Durkee. 2b 3 1 ft ft 7 1
Lundin. rf 3 1 3 ft ft ft
Liebhardt. i 2 ft ft ft 5 ft
Davidson. If .
Baxter, cf .
Meek, lb ...
O'Brien, ss .
Wagner, rf .
Graham, p .
. . :i
. . 4
r, s 27 15 :;
R. M. P. A. E.
Totals 27 ft ft 21 12
Score by innings:
Kock Island ft ft ft 1 2 1 0 2 C
Rockford ft ft ft ft ( ft 0 ft ft ft
Two-base hit Sweeney. Three-base
hit Lister. Double plays Graham to
O'Brien. Bases on balls Liebhardt
2; Graham, 2. Struck out Liebhardt
2. Graham, 3. Time 1:25. Umpire
Stewart. STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
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SprinRtleld . .
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Itix-k lsl:i itt . .
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New York . .
Civ vel.t nd . .
St. Lotus . . . ,
NVw York i:2
St. 1, on is 1 7
rhIap-.. 4: Washinpton. 2.
Boston, s: Cl.-wla m!. 0.
I . -troit. s: New York. fi.
1'loiad. lphiA. 4: St. I.oui. n.
1'ittsburp. 4: Chioapo, 0.
Kansas City. 4: St. Paul. 2.
Indianapolis. 14; Iouisvllle. T.
Minneapolis, l'l; Milwaukee. 9.
Coin in tins. 3; Toledo. 2.
St. Jost-ph. 1; Omaha. .
Denver. 4; I es Moines, 2.
K.. k IsIanJ. 11-6: Roekford. 6-0.
lieeatur. I a veniort. 3.
SpriiiL'tivId. 3; Cedar- Rapid. 9.
l:!....inuiK ton. 6; Oubuuue. 3.
Ottumwa. j; Marshalltown. 1.
Fort lodpe. 3: Burlington. 2.
Eort Wavne. 7: South Rend. C.
Iiavton. 11: Evansville. 2.
Wheeiinp. 5: Terre Haute. 1.
Marlon. 7: Grand Rapids, 6.
All the news all the time THE
Falling hair, thin hair, "gray
nair starved hair. Feed your
starving hair with a hair-focd
renews, feeds, nourishes, re
ALL OVER IN FIRST
Decatur Puts Finishing Touches on
Deller of Davenport in Opening
Game of Series Yesterday.
FOUR RUNS IN ONE INNING
Senators Give Rank Exhibition on
Home Grounds, Allowing Five
Tallies on a Single Hit.
Decatur, Aug. 2. It was an easy
game for Decatur. The locals hit Del
ler hard in the first inning and he
helped his defeat by a bad throw to
second and a fumble. The featuie was
Gruebner's work at short. The score:
DECATUR. R. II. PO.A. E.
Purtell. 3b 1 2 it 1 ft
Gruebner, ss 2 1 2 4 t
McFarland, rf 1 2 l ft (
Swaciua, cf 1 1 2 ft 1
Kuhn, lb 0 1 13 0 0
M. Walter, If ft ft ft 0 ft
R. Waller. 2b ft 1 ft 3 0
Krebs, c ft ft !t 1 1
Robert shaw, p ft ft 4 ft
Tolals 5 S 27 13 2
DAVENPORT. R. M. PO.A. E.
Martin, cf 2 1 5 ft ft
Ruby, us ft 3 2 3 0
Crockett, lb 0 1 S ft 0
Benson, rf ft ft ft 0 ft
Svvalm, If ft ft 1 0 0
Alpcrman. 3b ft 1 ft 1 ft
Williams, c ft it S ft 0
Dunne, 2b ft ft ft 2 ft
Deikr. p 1 1 ft 2 2
Score by innings:
21 S 2
Deeat nr 4 ft (Ml ft ft 1 ft 5
Davenport ft ft 1 ft 2 ft ft ft ft 3
Si:nn.:ary: Three base hits Mc
Farlaml. Martin. Struck out By Rob
ertshavv, C; by Deller. 1. Time 1:35.
ltloui.tliixlim IiiOt I, iicky.
Bloomington, Aug. 2. Eastman was
hit bar. I yesterday, and errors behind
him also proved costly. Dubuque
found Barker easy, but sensational
support cut oil many runs, and the
visitors also were unsuccessful in
bunching their sxife ones. Buelow,
Conners and Cassady led with the
stick. The score:
Kl Ugel , ss
Score by innings:
R. II. PO.A. E
ft 1 3 3 1
2 14 3 ft
3 3 3 ft ft
1 3 2 ft ft
ft 1 (' 1 ft
. ft 2 4 ft ft
ft 1 3 1 0
ft ft 1 ft ft
0 ft 1 1ft
C 12 27 0 1
R. II. PO.A. E.
ft ft 3 ft ft
1 ft 7 1 2
ft 3 3 ft 0
ft 2 2 ft ft
ft 2 4 ft 1
12 0 1ft
ft ft 2 ft (
i 1 3 ft ft
0 10 2 0
3 11 21 4 3
2 ft 1 ft ft 0 3 0 x 0
1 1 ft ft ft ft ft ft 1 3
base hits Cas-
Con ne rs
Godwin. Three base bits
Hughes, Buelow. Struck out
B Eastman. 4. Time 1 : 3ft. Um
pire Needham. At tendance fiftft.
Senator IMny Timp Lot Hall.
Springfield, Aug. 2. Springfield
played town lot ball and let Cedar
Rapids win an easy game. One hit in
the fifth inning netted five runs for the
visitors.. The score:
SPRING FI ELD, R. II. P. A. E.
. Lippert, if ft ft 1 ft ft
lut'-i Donnelly, cf ft 2 1 ft ft
Wright, lb ft 1ft I 1
"r.'r.'j Ncal. ss ft ft 2 2 ft
42r. Caffryn, If ft 1 1 ft ft
'ej'7 Latimer, c ft 1 4 ft 1
Ebright, 2b 1 3 3 3 0
Mankcy. 3b ft 2 2 I
rot. Meredith, p ft ft 0 ft 0
"-' Brittsen. p 2 2 ft 2 ft
Totals 3 9 27 10 3
CEDAR RAPIDS, R. H. PO.A. E.
Call. 2b 2 1 3 0
Davis, If 1 1 2 ft ft
Brown, lb 2 111 I 1
Dimes, cf 2 110 0
Gill, rf 1 2 1 1 ft
Hill. 3b ft 0 ft 1 0
Berle. ss 1 2 4 1 2
Lndwig. c ft 1 fi 0 0
Holmes, p ft ft 1 4 ft
Totals 0 S 27.11 3
. Score by innings:
. .0 ft ft ft ft 0 10 23
. .3 (Mi ft T ft ft ft 13
Summary: Two base hits Britt
sen. 2; Caffryn. Ludwig. Struck out
By Brittsen. 2; by Meredith. 1; by
Holmes, 4. Time 1:50. Umpire Mi
lan. Attendance 5ftft.
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DUST FROM DIAMOND.
Dubuque comes arter Rockford.
Case "von again for Pittsburg yes
terday, shutting out Chicago.
Double-header with Rockford tomor
row. One game Thursday with the
Meek secured a triple and two dou
bles the first three times up. but Lun
din fanned him in the ninth.
Mike Jacobs was out of the Daven
port lineup yesterday. Ruby played
short. Is Is possible that Big Mike
has been ticketed home?
Ilessler started to catch the second
game but had a finger nail knocked
o:T in the very first inning, and Cheek
was forced to don the pad again.
Durkee covered second in good
stle. his only error in the two games
being a low throw to Lister, when
Wagner hit to him in the third inning.
Wagner went on to second, but Lieb
hardt was behind Lister waiting for
the ball and threw him out.
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 2 Pitch
er Joe Corbett, who has just been re
leased from the St. Louis Nationa
league team on account of sickness,
has made arrangements to join the
San Francisco team of the Pacific
Coast league, his salary to start on his
departure from St. Louis.
Thornton eclipsed all former bril
liant plays yesterday in fielding a
ball off the ground. When he saw that
he could not reach it by running be
fore it touched he sprang on it like a
tiger, sliding several feet on his wish
bone in the grass. Wanner also made
a beautiful catch after a long run.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 2. George F.
McBrido, shortstop of the St. Joseph
Western League baseball team, has
been purchased by the Pittsburg Na
tional League club. The price Is said
to be $1,000. McBride is a native of
Milwaukee and has played in the
Western league two seasons, with Peo
ria and St. Joseph. He will finish out
this season with St. Joseph.
The Greenbush Stars and the Young
Independents, baseball teams com
posed of small boys, played games
Saturday and Monday, both games hav
ing been won by the Greenbush Stars.
The score of the first game was 13
to 12. while the score of yesterday
stood 7 to 2. Umpire Gumtow of
ficiated. The Decatur baseball management
has refused the tender of delayed
payment for Barney Jacobsen anil will
appeal to the national baseball com
mission for the return of the pitcher
lo IVtuuir on the ghound tiial Wash
ington has forfeited its right to him
by defaulting payment. This stand is
taken because of chances to get big
money for Barney if Decatur can get
its hands on him again. His good
work has attracted attention to him
an.l he would today bring the biggest
price, probably, of any young pitcher
in the business.
The steamer Sidney, which was due
to arrive in Rock Island this morning
from St. Paul, will not reach this port
until S o'clock tomorrow morning, she
having been delayed on lit r trip. The
Sidney being of a lighter draft than
otaer Diamond Jo line boats, she will
be able to run more easily and with
less dilliculty Uian other boats of this
liiu during low water stag -s. The
stage of water is at present somewhat
better than It was, the recent heavy
rains having caused a rise. Previous
lo the rains, however, riverinen were
uneasy and feared that navigation was
going to be difficult. It is thought that
in the near future there will be an
other fail. Raft boa's especially are
experiencing trouble in towing, and un
less the river does stay at its present
stage or rise, a depression in the raft
ing business will be inevitable.
The Dubuque and J. S. were north,
and the Ruth, Emily and Winona were
in and out.
The stage of water was 3.J.".
The Mississippi will continue to fall
slowly between Dubuque and Musca
D ng'r H'ght Ch'ge
Line 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Prominent Geneseoan Dead.
Hampton W. E. Remington of Cone
seo died yesterday of heart trouble.
He was "C years of age, and till two
years ago was manager of the stock
yards for the Rock Island road. He
was twice honored with election as
mayor of Genesco. His widow, who is
now in feeble health, and one son,
Henry, survive. The funeral takes
Sherrard Man Lucky.
Charles A. Hinestead. of Sherrard,
was one of the lucky ones at Itoscbu-I
! securing a number that will entitle
i him to select a claim.
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Red Wing II 1.0
Reeds Landing 12 2..
La Crosse 12 3.1
P. du Chien IS 3.2
Dubuque IS 3.7
Daveniort 1.1 3.2
Des Moines Rapids .... 2.1
Keokuk 15 3.5
Kansas City 21 12.1
9t. Louis 3ft 12.G
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"'ii'iii. CtneaKo; ,. W. Waison. Bnr
iinioii; V. G. C irdoi,. .Mliwaukee;
A. Z. Si'Tlrng. St. Lo ::s; p. R. Ri.lg. n.
Toleilo; George A. Van Loon, Peoria;
D. Jev.ftt, Tama, iowa; P. F. Aye, Al
?iria. S. I ). ; It. J. Ityan. St. Louis;
F. H. Goodmii. Austin. II!. ; W. L. Rey
nolds. Seattle. Wah.
At the Rock Island, (European)
J. It. Hanson. il. BoMv.iek. CJii-
cago; Jui-n o.nith. Iwivtou: William
Koliule ::iid v. ii . Gal' sburg; A. I'.
Brady, St. Lots'.: ; E. L. Dodds. Chl
f ;iL,tj; Wini.'iiii. :A-)y. ' Iiu! iuna polis ;
iio' !. !omI ; William
Vi!tne.-:o: Rock l-l:::,.!; I:. A. Nevins.
Oise'-i; A. W. K' Iso. L. C. Cash Rock
l.-:iand; V. I'; il:nr. l-'. f,mi'; A.
M. B.::r. .M;ss M. Miller. AI Kief, in-st-
in, Geor.. W. .'!)., inn. Sam Fickel,
L. Bracy. 15. R. Pro.-, u. W. p. Koilmo,
William G. Owi T. D. Mabry. Clar
ence H m v Ne!.-on. F. J..-;iis ran, F. A.
Johnston. (iiia.:.o; E. W. Faweeli,
New A!!. any; R. P. Wait, Reynolds;
A'l'olpii Ne! -in. I). Dona J lo:i, (irion;
Ja.-ii'-s Ii'j:iii). Avon: W. 15. Smith.
D:r. iipori : F. E. K- u op.,;er, M. II.
Wilson. New York; C. Whaiev, Kansas
City; W. p. Kuhn::. in s Moines; ('.
Brown, St. Loni. -; James Fle'ning and
wil E'lpirijtou ; J. I. Rawlings and
wife. R. ;;.nl: town ; Leu. Hagberg, Ror k
I'r'i; A. .'. Hfiideman, Ciiicago; J. M.
H-:t:-!-.ins,ri. Jrion ; R. B. Kilgore,
Biooi.iiation : M. W. Rotchford, Peo
ria: li. I-'. O'Connor. Meek, Shour. Gra
ham. Baker. Malven. O'Brien,
Ca.'ieroi:. Maxttr, Wagner, Balliet,
S .-Mi.e. D;i vidson, J;i t," r and Nicol,
Kockfoid l,a.;e bail rltib; L. E. San-d'-:s.
Peoria; J. E. McGill. Chicago;
J..nxn Fieraing ari'I wife, Edgington;
M. .Micheisen, Clinton; H. W. Rey-lirili.-;,
Chicago; B. A. Xrvlns, Otsego;
(J'-orge HnuscJi, Illinois City; F. Gil-
feii l-Vefer- I I- (),,!,; Pr'nee'on;
Ed'Ard I'. Kir;ht.ieu, Fountain City;
F. A. Wood. Edgington; James G.
Britton. Andalusia, T. R. Lees, Coal
Valley; William Wilmerton, city.