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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY. JUXE 20, 1905.
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SAD STORY THIS
Hid Came Won at Springfield
With Two Out in the
THEN A WALK AND THREE HITS
Three Tail Enders Win But There Are
No Changes in the Percentage
Rock Island a: Decatur.
lilooiiilngton at Davenport.
Dubuque at Spi ingfield".
Peoria at Cedar Rapids.
Springfield, 111.. June 20 Rock Isl
and took the lead in the third inning
yesterday and kept it until the ninth,
whin a victory reenied cinched 4 to V,.
With two men down Hagerman issued
his second pass of the game to Lippert
and singles by Jacobs. Wright and No
vacek brought in two runs and deciii
ed the game.
For Rock Island 13 men reached
first, while 12 of the Senators got a
!if-. Wright led the stick work, get
ting four hits out of the 10 made by
liis team. Uridges fanned 12 men
while Hagerniau fooled by one. Score:
ROCK ISLAND- R. H. P. A. E.
Cailile, cf 0 1 1 0 it
Ruby. If L! 0 0
riwe-ney, S3 O 0 4 8 1
Wanner. L'b 1 1 U C 1
Vandine, lib 1 2 0 1
Walters, rf 1 1 2 n
McConnell. c 1 1 2 0 '
Wilson, lb it 1 11'
Hagerman. 1 1 - '
Totals 4 S 14 2
SPRINGFIELD, R. H. PO.A. E.
Lippert, rf o 1 1 0 n
Jacobs, 3b 2 2 1 1 t
Wright, lb 11 4 1; ( t
Novacek, If 1 1 0
Donnelly, cf 0 1 1 u
Scharn weber, ss 0 u f 2 1
Ebright. 2b 0 1 n 2
Ludwig, 0 0 12 2 ti
Uridges, p 0 n 0 2 n
Totals 5 10 27 H 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island n .'5 o 0 0 0 0 1 u 4
Springfield 2 11 0 o 11 o 1 11 2 o
Two base hits Lippert. Wright. Kb
righl. Walters. Wanner, Vandine. Bas
es mi balls ( MT Uridges. 4 ; oif Hager
man, 2. Hit by pitched ball Walters,
otruck out Hy Uridges. 12; by Jlager
inaii, 1. Tim l:f.0. I'mpirf Cu
-sack. Attendance 4'.i.
Otlnr Itapliln, Si lilooiuloKlwu. 1.
Cedar Rapid.s, Iowa, June 2i. Gill
was transferred from right field and
had a shad the better of a pitchers'
battle with Kin-ella. His support was
superior to that of his oppoiunt.
CEDAR RAPIDS R. H. P.O. A. E.
Davis, rf 2 1 1 0 0
Spencer, Ub 0 3 1
Hiliies. cf 0 1 2 0
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0 0 0 0
Ball. 2b 0 0
Bene, ss o 0
Gill, p 0
R. H. PO.A. E
Totals 1 9 24 13 4
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids .. .1000001 " 2
Bloomingron . ..o 1 0 0 0 o 0 0 o 1
Two base Lit Walters. Struck out.
By Gill. 4; by Kinsella. C. Bases on
balls Off Kinsella, 3. Time 1:21;
I'roria. ." Uavraport. 4.
McGreevy was pounded out of the
box in the third Jnniug at Davenport,
and, though tne Riversides had a bat
ting rally in the fifth and sixth innings,
they were unable to overcome the lead.
Webster, 2b ,
Durham, lb 0
Berry, c 0
Smith, If 0
II. II. P O.A
0 13 3
o 11 5 4
0 1 0 11
i 1 4 1
1 0 2 1
it 11 11 11
I 4. 5 1
II 0 0 1
1 1 0 11
4 9 27 11
R. II. PO. A.
1 1 2 11
1 11 2 3
2 3 11
12 2 0
0 2 I.'. 0
11 2 4 1
0 I 11 2
0 2 1 r
0 0 7
f 13 27 19
0 .3 1 0 0 II-
1 0 i 0 0 0-
Crockett, lb 0 1 o o 0
Alperman. 3b 0 1 4 1 0
Swalm, rf 1 o 2 1 0
Harrod. If o 11 11 0 h
Ives, cf 1 1 2 0 0
Nietuan. c 1 4. 5 1 0
McGreeey, p 11 11 11 1 0
Dahluuist. u 1 1 0 11 0
Sapp. If . .
Simon, c .
Nicol. cf . .
Lin del b:ck
Ellon, lb ..
1 Oast man. p
Score by innings:
I'eoiia : 2 (i
Two base hits Ives. Sapp. Linder
back. Bases on bails Oif Dahhiuist.
4; off Eastman. 3. Hit by pitcher
Linderback. Struck out By McGree
vy, 2; by Dahlquist. 2; by Eastman, 2
Time 1 :f.u. I'mpire Lynch.
Decatur. 3; l)uliiiitie. I.
Decatur, 111., June 2'i.- The feature
of the game was O'Connor's home run
in the s.-cond inning, when two were
out and one on base.
R. 11. PO.A. E.
Thornton, if 1 2 2 0 0
Lcwee. 1'b n 0 5 2 n
McFarland. it u u 2 0 11
Swarina. cf 11 0 2 0 11
Kuhn. lb 0 0 7 0 0
Purtell, 3b 11 I 3 I
Bryette, ss 1 1 1 3 0
O'Connor, c 1 1 4 2 0
Stone, p 0 1 1 3 0
Totals 3 0 27 11 0
DUBUQUE. R. II PO. A. E.
Davidson. If . . . : 1 2 2 11
Thiery. rf o o o o o
Buelow, lb o 2 11 n
Regan, cf 0 o 2 o 11
Hughes, 2b 11 11 2
Hadley. ss 0 1 1
Reitz. 3b 1 1
Stark. 0 1 4
Koukalik, p 0
l ot a Is 1 7 Ii 0
Score by innings:
Dcatur i 2 1 0 0 11 0 o 3
DubtMpie 0 o 0 11 11 u l 0 0 1
Two base hit Stone. Three base
hits Thornton, Bryette. Home run
O'Connor. Struck out By St 011c. 3;
by Koukalik, 3. Bases tin balls Off
Stone. 7: off Koukalik, 2. Time 2:00.
YOUNGSTERS CANNOT MARRY
New State Law Fixing Minimum Ages
in Effect July.
If there are any of tender years who
are contemplating matrimony it will be
well for them to get busy before the
first of next month. July 1, the new
law will go into effect prohibiting
"baby" marriages. On that date no li
cense will be issued by county clerks
of the state wherein the woman is Iss
than 10 years of age and the man is
less than 19 years of age. Any one
who deliberately secures a license on
the statement be is 19 or over when in
fact he is below 19." or in the case of
the woman where she says she is 1C
or over hi 11 in fact she is less than
li'.. will be subject to a heavy penalty.
At present wherein the man and
woman are under age. their parents or
guardians can secure the license by
making proper affidavit showing a con
sent of the interested parties.
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NONE BELONGS AT
BOTTOM IN RACE
Three-Eye Teams All Heralded As
Bound to Climb If They Have
Not in Past.
The Three-Eye teams are nicely
bunched. In fact, there is no prettier
race going on in ail the broad land. A
peculiar thing about it is that there is
not one of the aggregations that is
generally conceded to belong at the
bottom, unless it be Peoria and Peoria
is not there not yet. In each case
there is confidence either in the team
or in the management and wise fans
wag their heads and say. "You just
wait till they get to their gait and
you'll see 'em climb." There's Cedar
Rapids that has been at the bottom all
along. Nobody believes that Pa Hill is
an eighth class manager or has an
eiglith class team. The Bunnies have
been generally expected all a'.ong to
rise and they are still expected to. De
catur is generally believed to have one
of the fastest infields in the league and
the whole bunch are fair stickers and
good workers. Everybody knows Mac
is a good manager. They don 1 be
long at the bottom.
As for Peoria, it has already been
said the town won't stand for a rear
end team and Manager Nicol is conced
ed to know how to go about it to get
a team together provided theie is
enough money back of him to buy
what he picks out. If Peoria hits the
bottom it will bust up the league.
Davenport has no cheap team and
the players attend to their knitting and
can be relied upon to win their share
of games when the knockers let them
alone. And to come right down to it
even the sourest pessimist in Daven
port would take a poke at you if yoa
told him Davenport belonged ar tin
The other four teams being now in
the first division are of course exempt
from discussion in this connection. So
tn re you are. It's bound to be a pret-t-
race to the finish.
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
Batting and fielding averages of the
Bunnies on the home grounds so far
this year show that Derham leads in
both, lie lias had 131 chances without
a misplay and has batted 27.1. Next
to him with the stick is Spencer, bat
ling 27u. Davis is anotlnr of the regu
lars who has escaped tiring. Hill's
baiting is a surprise, as. he has been
hitting but 194. However, he ha been
in ! lit part of the games.
Decalur Herald: Just think of Hank
Walter-.; stealing home! That's what
he did yesterday in the Rock Island
Bloo.minijton game. Who said Hank
ran like an ice wagon?
Kinsella is said to have given fewer
bases: on balls per game so far than
any other pitcher in thn- league.
Outfielder Harry Cassbly. the former
Bloomingron player who has been try
ing to stick in fast company, has been
released by Washington and has been
picked up by the Toledo American
Peachy Graham pitched another win
ning game for Minneapolis against In
dianapolis yesterday, but be was
trounced severely in the last few in
nings. Rusty Owens has finally been given
Ids release by the Burlington baseball
association and it is assumed he will
now join Dubuque. Owns is succeed
ed by Tom Reynolds, formerly a mem
ber of the Boone team, as manager.
Pitchers Camnitz and Minnehan. of
the Toledo American association team,
have tired of the losing gait they have
been following and are understood to
have jumped to the Vermont indepen
dent league. Camnitz was with
Springfield in the Three Eye last year,
having been loaned by Pittsburg.
Pete Lister is back in town having
been sent home by Manager McCon
r.ell from Springfield., It was evident
he would not be able to play in the
Decatur series, but he will probably go
into the game when the team comes
Decatur Herald:' MfConnell and his
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Atic your druggist for oar httle book
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bunch of pennant chasers from Rook
Island will be in town this evening
prepared for the opening game of the
series tomorrow. The Islanders art
at the top now and from appearances
they will be a pretty tough proposition
to dislodge. We are the boys that can
do it, however, judging from the games
of the past few days.
Neither McGinn!ty or Mathewson art
making such brilliant records this sea
son and neither of the.ii has the field
o himself as the star slabman of the
New York Giants. Both are pitching
good bail, but Ames and Taylor are
just as good in not more consistent
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
W. 1 PcL
Rock Island 25 15 .625
Springfield 23 1G .590
Bloomingiou 22 IS .5"li
Dubuque 22 20 .524
Davenport 20 21 .4SS
Peoria 17 22 .430
Decatur 17 24 .415
Cedar Rapids 15 25 .375
W. I Pet.
Cleveland 31 14 .CS9
Chicago ,?0 20 XOti
Philadelphia lilt 20 .593
Detroit 20 23 .531
Boston 22 25 .H'.S
New York 19 2S .404
Washington 19 32 .372
St. Louis IS 32 .3(10
W. L. Pet.
New York 39 IS .CS5
Pittsburg ..33 21 .57P
Cincinnati " .32 24 .571
Chicago 33 25 .509
Philadelphia 29 23 .55S
S;. Louis 25 32 .43S
Huston 17 3S .309
Brooklyn 10 40 .2SC
W. 1- Pet.
Milwaukee 35 22 .017
Columbus 35 22 .C17
' Minneapolis 34 23 .590
in lianapolis 2S 25 .52$
St. Paul 29 2S .5nS
Kansas City - 23 31 .404
Lo-.iisville 22 34 .393
T.Jedo IS 3f. .333
W. L. Pet.
South Bend ::"o 19 .012
Evausville 32 21 .004
Wheeling 30 20 .fioo
Dayton 23 23 .5MI
Grand Rapids 22 22 .5nu
Port Wayne '.'3 2S .451
Tene Haute 17 3U .302
Springfield 17 31 .351
Sioux City 2S
Des Moines 20
Colorado Springs 10
St. Joseph 15
IHR E E E Y E LEAH I' E.
Springfield. 5; Rock Island, 4.
Peoria, 5; Davenport, 4.
Decatur. 3; Dubuque, 1.
Cedar Rapids, 2; Bloomington, 1.
A M ER I CAN I .E AG I ; E.
Chicago, 9; New York, 0.
Cleveland. 12; Washington, 3.
Philadelphia. 5; St. Louis, 4.
Chicago. " ; Philadelphia. 2.
St. Louis, 10; Boston, (1.
Cincinnati, 17: New York. 7.
Pittsburg. 7: Brooklyn, 2.
Minneapolis, 13; Indianapolis, 7
Milwaukee. 13; Toledo. 0.
Kansas City, 2; Louisville, 1.
Columbus. 7; St. Paul. 4.
Colorado Springs. 3; St. Joseph.
Des Moines. 4; Sioux City. 2.
Omaha. 5; Denver. 4.
Wheeling. 2; Terre Haute. 1.
South Bend. 2; Fort Wayne. 0.
Evansville. 4; Dayton. 3.
Springfield. 3; Grand Rapids, 0.
Cannot Hold Street Fairs.
Attorney General Stead has ruled
that it is unlawful to hold fairs on
the street of a city in Illinois. His
opinion has been call d forth on a re
quest for legal advice as to the right
to collect the state allowance of $200
a year given co'inty fair associations
if the fair is held in the streets of a
t it v.
One Baseball League Quits.
Salt Lake City. Utah. June 2u. The
Pacific National Baseball league has
disbanded. Following the withdrawal
of the Ogden team, owing to the ina
bility of the club to meet expenses,
the management of the Salt Lfke c-ub
lias decided to quit. Both the Ogden
and Salt Iike players were paid off to
day and released. It is stared tii
Siokane and Boise teams probably
will be held rogether until af' r the
fourth of July.
Stift Knocked Out.
Og-len. Utah. June 2. George
Gardner knocked out Billy Stift in the
fifth round last night. He attempted
to rise before the f.nal count, but the
referee declared him out.
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