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LOOKS BAD FOR A MINUTE
Rabbits Put Up Good Game But Luck
Is Against Them Wilson's Ex
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Dubuque.
Peoria at Decatur.
Eloomington at Springfield.
Hank Walters saved the day for
Rock Island yesterday uy a throw
from a deep field to the home plate,
cutting off Berry, who was about to
score. This left the score 2 to 1 and
there were no runs made after that.
The Islanders found themselves in. a
bad way in the eighth. There were
two men on bases and only one out
with Berteat the bat. Berry who reach-
eu first on a bad throw to first by Wil
son, went to second on a passed ball.
Wilson fielded one from Ball and in an
attempt to catch Berry at third he
dropped the ball. alkwing both to safe
ly reach their destinations. Derham
flied out to Vandine, and then Bene
was up. He hit a long fly to Walters,
wtio caught it and made the throw to
the plate, which was perfect, striking
a few feet in front of the catcher and
bouncing into his hands just in time
to put it on the runner.
The account of that inning might put
Wilson's work in a bad light, but that
is no index to his activity throughout
the remainder of the game. On the
contrary his excellent work and cool
ness after his errors was a subject of
much comment among the spectators.
His work around first base with Uster
was almost perfect. He is credited with
three put-outs on that bas and also
had five assists. So while nine hit?
were gathered from him he was a
party in 12 of the 27 putouts, includ
ing thone who were struck out by him--
;Md lluuclt of Itabkit.
Belden Hill has gathered together a
good bunch of Rabbits, and those who
saw the game yesterday are unable to
see why they are being held so close
to the bottom of the percentage col
umn. They hit freely, played with only
one error and the team work seems to
be good. The only explanation is that
they must have been up against the
same kind of luck they had yesterday.
One seeing that game would never im
agine the distance there is between
the two in the percentage of games
Tmo Iii tUe Flrnt.
Two scores in the first inning won
the game for the Islanders. Carlisle
was the first man up and he hit into
right field. He went, to second on a
wild pitch. Ruby, drew, a pass, and
Lister sacrificed, advancing both men
on the bases. Swe-eney hit a fly into
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deep center to HImes and Carlisle i
scored before the ball could be thrown J
to the plate. Wanner waited for a
base on balls and Vandine hit, scoring
Ruby. With Wanner and Vandine on
the bases Walters struck out.
Rabbits fiet Oar.
The Rabbits took theirs in, the fifth.
Dahlquist drew a pass and Dajis sac
rificed. Spencer did not see first but
Himes made a long hit into left field,
scoring Dahlquist, The score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
Carlisle, cf 3 1 1 3 0 0
Ruby, If 2 1 1 0 0 0
Lister, lb 3 0 0 8 4 1
Sweeney, ss 3 0 0 2 0 0
Wanner, 2b 3 0 2 2 1 0
Vandine, 3b 3 0 1 3 1 0
Walters, rf 4 t o 1 1 0
Mcconaell. c 2 0 0 5 1 o
Wilson, p 3 0 0 3 5 2
Totals 26 2 5 27 13 3
CEDAR RAPIDS. AB. R, H. PO.A. E
Ball, 2b 4
Derham, lb 4
Berte, ss 4
Dahlquist, p 3
0 0 2
Totals 34 1 9 21 7 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Bases on balls Off Wilson. 4; off
Dahlquist. 5. Struck out By Wilson.
4; by Dahlquist. 1. Wild. pitch Dahl
quist. Passed ball McConnell. Hit
by pitcher Sweeney. Stolen base
Davis. Sacrifice hits Ruby. Lister.
Davis (2). Time 1:35. Umpire Cu
sack. Diamond Hunt.
That was a dandy. Hank.
Ruby's bunt was giltedged.
Christy's first base covering was
Wanner covers first and sacrifices
like a veteran.
Somehow, things do not look exactly
right, with. Belden on the bench,
Nice team work that which pulled
us out of the hole in the seventh.
The Rabbits landed a man on a base
every, inning except in the third.
Ruby did not get a chance during
the entire game. Carlisle had-three
and Walters one. The work was on
Sweeney's fly in the first looked like
a good one. but Himes killed it. The
center fielder did some good. work and
is credited with five put-outs.
Pa Hill may not be going very high
in the percentage column, but his
team is giving the spectators their
money's worth. Few more interesting
games are seen than yesterday's.
Sprinubeltl. 3 filoomlBicloa, 2-
Springfield, 111., June 8. With the
score tied from the fourth inning.
Springfield won from Blcomington in
tbe last half of the ninth, after two
were out. Score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. PO.A. E.
Lippert. If 1 2
Jacobs, 3b 1
WrighL lb 0
Novacek, c 0
Donnelly, cf 0
Scharuweber, ss 0
Ebright, 2b 0
Gruebner, rf 1
Bridges, p o
Totals 3 9 27 8 3
BLOOMINGTON. R. It. P. A. E.
Godwin, cf . 0 1 1 0 0
Sass, rf 0 0 1 1 0
Herbert, 3b 0 1 1 1 0
Conners, If - 0 0 0 0 0
Walters, 2b 0 1 1 4 0
Snyder, ss 1 0 4 5 0
Smith, lb 1 1 14 0 1
Donovan, c 0 2 4. 0 0
Barker, p . . ! 0 0 0 4 0
C 2G 15 1
Score by innings:
Springfield 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two base hits Jacobs,. Gruebner,
Donovan. Bases on balls -OftVBridges,
2; off Barker, 1. Hit by pitched ball
Conners. Struck out By Bridges, 5;
by Barker, 1. Passed, bait Noyacek.
Time 1:35. Umpire Lynch. Attend
Davenport, I4t Dubuque, H.
Dubuque. Iowa. June 8. Dubuque
lost to Davenport, through the poor
support given Balliett. The features
were two homers each, by Buelow and
Davidson, If ,
Hughes, 2b . . .
Webster. 2b . .
Crockett, lb . .
Alperman. 3b . .
Harrod. cf . . . .
Totals 14 10 27 12 2
; Score, by, innings:.
Dubuque 0 010231 1 0 8
Davenport .....0 0 0 2 2 0 4 3 Sr-14
Two,, base, .. hits Burg. . Alperman.
Home runs Buelow,. 2); Williams,
(21. Batses on" balls Off Balliett. 4;
off Lelivelt, C. Struck out By Balli-u,-l;
by Lelivelt,, 2. - WU4., pitch
R. H. P. A.E.
0 0 I 0 0
2 0 3 0 0
. 1 2 10 0
112 4 1
, 0 2 2 0 2
0 1 1 .1 0
. 1 0 5 3 2
0 10 4 0
8 10 27 13 7
R. II. PO.A. E
0 1 2 4 0
2 111 1 0
1 0 2 0 0
2 1 2 0 1
1 2 2 0 0
2 1 2 0 0
2 3 5 1 0
1 0 0 4 1
Lelivelt. Hit by pitcher Reed. Um
pire Milan. Time 2:05.
Feorla. S Decatur. 5.
Decatur, 111.. June 8. Edwards did
not last one inning and the visitors had
no trouble w'ith Stone, winning, the
game in the first three innings. Score:
DECATUR, R- H. PO A. E.
Thornton, If 2 1. 0 0 0
Bryette. ss 1 1 1 5 0
McFarland. rf 0 1 0
Lcwee, 2b 1 1 1
Kuhn. lb 1 2 17
Purtell. 3b 0 1 2
Gertenrich, cf u 1 1
O'Connor, c 0 1 2
Shea, c 0 1 3
Edwards, p 0 0 0 0 0
Stone, p 0 1 0 5 0
Totals 5 11 27 18 1
PEORIA. R. H. PO. A. E.
Sapp, 2b : 3
Fleming, ss 1
3 3 4 1 2
1 3 S 0 0
1 3 10 0
0 1 0 3 0
0 1 C 0 0
0 0 2 0 1
112 2 0
1 2 3 0 0
S 15 27 11 4
Score by innings:
Docatur .0 o 0 10 0 1 0
Peoria 2 3 2 0 0 0 o 0
; Two base hits Nichols. Sapp.
tenrich. Struck out By Stone, 4
Graham, 5. Bases oa bails, Off
wards, 2; off Stone, 5.. Time :
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
Donnelly has released Frank Dick,
the pitcher, and the Senators are now
down to the limit.
Manager Hugh Nicol is not with his
team at Dee-atur. Ke?ep your eye on
the Peoria lineup for new names.
Belden Hill can come to Rock Isl
and just as often as he wants to. The
fans are always glad to see him. not
only because he is a Rock Island pro
duct as a base ball man. but because
he is one of the gentlemen of the dia
mond himself, and has always carried
a;buuch of gentlemanly players.
Bloomlngton. 111.. June 8. President
Holland of the Three-Eye league has
been advised of the signing by Daven
port of Harry Reed, an outfielder, late
of the Missouri Valloy league; by De
catur, of John Gertenrich. an emtfleld
er t.f Chicago; and G. J. She a. a catch
er of St. I.o.i!s; by Springfield of J. A.
Swain, a pitcher of Louisville, Ky. Rei
leased by Springfield. Clarence Holmes
and .-rank Dick, pitchers.
I0CM HI AN WII1S
Charley Olson, of Rock Island,
Defeats Shorty Gamble
on the Mat.
Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hunky Hines
ought to put Red Thiery on a eliet ot
ginger or tobasco sauce-. The little
catcher is just loafing in right field,
giving. I he pitchers no kind tf support.
Pa Hill would fix him iu just cue day
for that kind of playing.
Manager Clymer, of . the Louisville
American association team, yesterday
attacked Umpire King after being or
dered oft the coaching lines on his own
diamond. He was carried from tlui
grounds by a squad cf police and taken
to the police station in the patrol
Decatur has signed a new outfielder
named Gertenback, a Chicago amateur.
He did not make a very good showing
in the opening games.
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reference to both the society and the
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MATCH AT- BURLINGTON
Takes Three. Straight Falls Arranges
Go Here With Otcar Was-sem.
Burlington, Iowa, June 8. "Shorty"
Gamble met his Waterloo for the first
time in his career as a wrestler last
evening at the Grand opera house,
when he fell a victim to Charley Olson,
the "terrible Swede" from Rock Island.
"Shorty" was out of his class, and
though he was faster and displayed
much more science than the Swede,
he was powerless before the bulldog
strength of his opponent. The first
fall was lost by the local man after a
go lasting 38 minutes and 10 seconds,
and the second after 13 minutes 13 sec
onds. Both falls were secured by prac
tically the same hold, a combination of
an arm lock and. head chancery in the
first go, and a head chancery and a leg
lock in the second.
In the face of almost certain defeat,
Gamble continued his game fight in the
third go, but after a grueling tussle,
lasting barely three minutes, he was
rendered unconscious as the result of
an accidental fall, and the match was
declared in favor of Olson. Gamble
went on the mat weighing 143 pounds
and Olson weighed 1C5.
(eta Another Match.
The announcement was made after
the final go in the Gamble-Olson match
that arrangements had practically been
made for a bout between Oscar Was
sem. the local heavyweight wrestler,
and Olson, the winner of last night's
event. J. B. Sutter, acting as Was
spin's representative, stated that while
the date for pulling eff the event was
still uncertain it would probably be
held at Rock Island. Olson's home
Wassem has not been heard from as
frequently lately as several years ago.
when he was the center of interest in
his bouts with Burns and Gotch.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Bloom:ngton lx 11
Rock Island IS 12
Springfield Ill 12
Dubuque 17 14
Peoria 15 i;
Davenport 12 IS
Decatur n 19
Cedar Rapids 11 VJ
Cleveland 24 12
Chicago 23 17
Philadelphia 23 17
Detroit 2o 20
Boston 17 21
Washington IS 23
New York lo 23
St. Louis 17 25
New York 35 10
Philadelphia 24 17
Pittsburg 27 20
Chicago 23 24
Cincinnati L 23
St. Louis 19 2G
Boston 15 2U
Brooklyn 15 31
St. Paul 21
Kansas City 20
w. l. r
Wheeling 21 14 .032
South Bend 24 14 .032
Dayton 21 15 .583
Evansville 24 IS .571
Grand Rapids 19 15 .559
Fort Wayne 17 23 .425
Terre Haute 11 25 .305
Springfield 10 20 .278
W. L. Pet
Sioux City 25 9 .735
Des Moines 20 14 .5K8
Denver 21 10 .508
Omaha 17 19 .472
St. Joseph 12 22 .353
Colorado Springs lo 25 .2se
Rock Island, 2; Cedar Rapids. 1.
Springfield. 3; Bkxmiington, 2.
Davenport. 14; Dubuque. 8.
Peoria. 8: Decatur. 5.
Chicago. 10; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia. 1; St. Louis. 4.
Cincinnati. 5; Brooklyn, 4.
New York. 5; Pittsburg. 3.
Chicago. S; Philadelphia, 0.
B-'jston, 2; St. Louis. 1.
Su PauL 4; Milwaukee. 2.
Indianapolis. 8; Toledo, 5.
Louisville, C; Columbus, 4.
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W. H. Schillinger Loses Large Num
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William II. Schillinger. 2920 Thir
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about 50 of these were stolen, and
though he fastened the chicken house
with additional lockj, the remainder of
the lot disappeared the next night.
Others in the nelKbborhood have not
suffered from this form of theft.
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