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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE -3, 1905.
IT WAS IN NINTH
Decatur Started a Batting Rally
and Won the
LUNDIN PLAYED AT FIRST
Vandine's Home Run a Feature Oth
er Leaders Lose and We
Keep on Top.
Lun.Jm, lb ..
Thornton. If .
Swacina. cf . .
O'Connor, e .
C 25 11 3
Springfield at Rork Island.
Davenport at Peoria..
Cedar Rapidd at Blooniington.
Decatur at Dubuque.
Decatur. 111.. June 23. The Islanders
lot another game that had been won
UD to the ninth hv one run vei?eri'nv.
With a lead In the last Inning Hager-j
" ' -'"j " jcedar Kapids alter
two runs driven in. Decatur batted
fiercely throughout, but fine fielding
kept the runs down. On the other
hand. Hardy, who was on the slab for
D catur for the second time during the
series, kept the safe ones down to six.
Vandine's home run was the feature
of the batting. Lundin played an ac
ceptable game on first and made two
of the Inlanders hits. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. It. H. P. A. E.
Carlisle, of 1 1 2 0
Ruby. IT 1 1 2 0 1
Sweeney, ss 0 14 0
Wanner. 2b 1 4 1
Vandine, 2b 1 1 2 0
Walters, rf 2 1
Totals 5 13 27
Score by innings:
i Rock Island 20020001) 04
l catur o o o 0 0 3 0 0 25
Two baie hits Lewee, Carli; le.
Home run Vandine. Struck out By
Hardy, 4; by Hagerman. 1. Bases on
balls Off Hardy. 1; off Hagerman, 3.
Oilar Hapid. 2; Peoria. 1.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. June 23. Ball's
double and Berte's smg.e in tne Utn
j inning brought in the winning run for
Manager Nicol was ejected for hot
words to the umpire after a close deci
sion on Simons foul in the 11th.
C. Smith. If
Simon, c 0 111
Xicol. cf 0 0 2
Linderbaek, rf 11 0
Elton, lb 0 0 11
Graham. 2b 0 1 3
Warner. 2b o 2 1
Smith, ss 0 1 m
Eastman, p 0 u 1
R. II. IK). A.
1 . 1
2 10 3G 17 0
R. H. PO.A.E.
(i (l 4 ' 0
Totals 1 6 33 13 1
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids . .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 b 0 ft 1 2
Peoria 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
Two base hits Himes 1 2 1. Ball.
Struck out By Ruger, C; by Eastman.
10. Bases on balls Off Ruger, 2; off
Eastman, 1. Time 2 hours. L'mpire
Davenport, 3; BloonilagrtOB, -
With two out Herbert dropped a lit
tle popup in the sixth inning and Har
rod scored with the w inning run. Dahl
quist pitched good ball, but was tal.eu
out in the fifth because of a sore arm.
Moore, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 2 4 24 1C 1
Score by innings: j
Davenport 2 0 ft 0 0 1 0 0 3
Blooniington 2 0 ft 0 .. ft ft ft 2
Two base hits Alperman. Williams.
Double play Burg-Webster-Crockett
Bases on balls Off Dahlquist. 3; off
Hughes, 1; off Moore. 3. Struck out
By Dahlquist. 4; by Hughes, 1; by
Moore, 1. Umpire Lynch.
lat4ae. 3 Spriaxfietd. .
Springfield. 111.. Juue 23. Dubuque
took the third straight awe of the
series through the excellent pitching
of Swalm. Score:
R. H. P. A. E.
113 3 0
0 2 2 0 0
( 0 C 1 0
1 2 2 0 0
ft 2 4 1 1
1 0 4 0 1
ft 1 tt 0 o
1 0 4 0
ft 0 0 10
ft ft ft 2 0
3 9 27 12 2
R. H. P. A. E.
0 ft 1 0 ft
ft ft 2 0 ft
ft 1 1 ft 1
10 10 0
it ft ft 8 0
1 1 12 0 0
ft 1 4 2 0
0 13 3 0
Cor. 2nd 6- Harrison
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SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E.
Gruebner, rf 0 0 4 0 0
Jacobs. 3b 0 o 0
Wright. 'lb 0 1 10 0 ft
Novacek, If 0 0 1 0 0
Donnelly, cf 0 1 2 0 1
Scharnweber, ss u 0 1 5 0
Ebright. 2b 0 1 C 2 1
Ludwig. c 0 0 3 2 0
Brittsen, p 0 0 0 2 1
Totals ft 3 2." 11 3
DUBUQUE. R. H. P. A. E.
Davidson. If 0 0 3 0 0
Hadley, ss 1 1 0 3 ft
Thiery. rf 0 1 0 0 0
Buelow. lb 1 13 ft 0
Reagan. cT 0 1 2 0 0
Hughes, 2b 2 3 0 4 0
Reitz. 3! ft ft 11 1
Stark, c ft 1 S 1
Swalm. p ft 1 ft 4 0
Totals 3 27 13 1
Score by innings:
Springfield 0 0 0 0 ft ft ft 0 ( 0
Dubuque 1 1 0 ft 0 0 1 0 ft 3
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island . .25
Cedar Rapids 1C
Cleveland 32 1G
Chicago 30 20
Philadelphia 31 21
Detroit 27 23
Boston 22 25
New York 19 29
Washington 20 33
St. Louis li 33
n j .
New York 42
Chicago 34 27
Cincinnati 32 27
St. Louis 25 34
Boston 19 3S
Brook irn 17 41
Two bas-e hits Wright. Hughes. ' Kansas City
Stark. Double play Ebright-Schai n Toledo 15
weber -Wright. Bases on balls OlT ,
Brittsen. 1; off Swalm. 2. Struck out CENTRAL LEAGUE
By Brittsen. 3: by Swalm. H. I'm-. W.
W. L. Pet. I
.37 23 .0171
.30 23 .cm
.30 21 .0ft'
.29 27 .51 S;
.30 30 .500
.24 35 .407
24 2G .400
.15 37 .33'J
pi re Cusack. Attendance 7ft.
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
South Bend 32
j Wheeling 31
(Jrand Rapids 25
Tort Wayne 25
Torre Haute 17
John Godwin, Rlooniingion's center
fielder, who had an arm broken, then
cracked and now only bruised, will get
back in the game, it is said, next week. 1 WESTERN LEAGUE.
Godwin went to his home in Ohio after '
his injury and report comes from tlore I'es Moines 2'.
that the arm was not broken as .Haver "
thought, that tlie ligaments were mere- Sioux City '.
; Colorado Springs
Decatur Review Conitary lo expec tit. Joseph
tatioiis there was no bloodshed be-!
tweu Umpire Milan and the Islanders
yesterday, Mct'onm!! a:nl his ujnps
even passed the time of day. The
Rock I; hind team is as . ntleu.anly as
could be wished fur.
L. Pet. I
20 .010 1
bf V--' wi1'
f rip t HsTro!
ULLEMEYER & STERLING
STRAW HAT HEADQUARTERS.
The latest St. Ixuis dope is that
Charley McFarland will be traded to
Philadelphia. Several teams are after
Manager Hugh Xicol-was put out of
the grounds at Cedar Rapids yesterday
for objecting to one of Weston's deci
sions on a foul. Now, Rockford.
Two changes in the percentage col
umn 'leiulted from yesterday's games.
Dtiijuque jumped over Blooniington
and Springfield and went to second
place. Peoria dropped a notch and is
also in second place from the bottom.
Knockers are growing industrious al
Springfield. The other day a director
of the baseball association persistently
criticised the players and when a cou
ple of newspaper men ad vised him that
he was not doing the team any good
he called a policeman itito the grand
stand and ordered him to "make those
fellows shut up."
The Islanders may claim responsibil
ity for the three victories of Dubuque
at Springfield. It may fairly be assum
ed that the Senators were so fagged
out after Rock Island had been there
that they proved easy meat for Hunky
Anent the return home of the team
the Peoria Star says: "Let's get to
gether and boost. Life's too short to pers, Milan
knock." That's the talk. j Inland, had
Rock Island. 4; Decatur. 5.
Dubuque, 3; Springfield, ft.
Davenport. 3; Blooniington. 2.
Cedar Rapids. 2; Peoria. 1.
Philadelphia. 4; Chicago. 0.
Boston. 1ft; St. Louis. 2.
New York. 2; Cincinnati. 1.
Chicago. 1: Boston. 1 (1ft innings I.
Philadelphia, 2; Cleveland, ft (six in
nings). Washington, 3; St. Louis, 1 (tight
Columbus. 5; St. Pauj. 1.
Louisville,-4 ; Kansas City, 3.
Milwaukee. 0; Toledo, 3.
Minneapolis, 11; Indianapolis, ft
Minneapolis. 0; Indianapolis, ft (sec
Fort Wayne. 1 ; Dayton, ft.
4; Tene Haute, 2
0; Terre Haute.
South Bend, 3 1
( Ira ml Kapids.
Omaha, I; St. Joseph, .
Des Moines. S; Colorado Springs,
Denver, 12; Sioux City. 1.
second baseman, has gone home
"remain." Too green.
Judging by reports in Decatur pa-
who has it in for Rock
a hand in the losing of
Springfield Register Bridges is
sick. Oberlin ready for the hospital!
and Swlnk not in condition leaves the j
local team in bad shape and Brittsen
the only pitcher in good condition. If
Britt could pitch all the games, it
would be all right, but ha can't and
Donnelly is in hard luck for slab ar
tists. Fred Clark of Pittsburg is Mnding
Giant Moore to Donnelly for the rest
of the fieasou. Moore is said to be a
crack pitcher with an excellent record.
H ,-ands 0 feet 4 Inches and weighs
200 pounds. He will probably make his
first appearance In the Three-Eye in
the present series.
With Middleton at short. Jimmle
Hoy in the outfield, and "Big Bill"
7!nk on first the Marhalltown team
of the Iowa league looks like a four-ear-old
edition of the Rock Island
Threp-Eye league team.
Springfield Is on the road for IS
gatc-s. The fans at home have it fig
ired cut that the team ought to come
back in fourth place. Mighty near that
the second game, two Commodores be
ing allowed to score on a foul ball.
Secretary A. P. Thumler hopes to
be ablito issue his first installment of
battius and fielding averages by July
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about forwarding the scores. Dubuque
ba3 not forwarded a single on. Tae
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HAVE SOME GOOD PLAYERS
Game of Arsenal Men at Davenport
Park Sunday Will Be Fast.
Two old professional players and
some ast amateurs are in the lineup
of the huiall arms and the machine
sliop teams from Kink Island arsenal
that will play Sunday morning at !
o'clock at the Dav nport park. Doc
Sage will catch for the machine shop
men and Clint ('alter, tlie former
Three -Kye outfielder, will pitch for the
small arms men. Butch Kgg-rn. of
Daveuporl, will probably umpire. Riv
alry will not be lessened by the fact
that the small arms nun are mostly
easterners, while .their opponents are
"natives." The teams will line up as
Machine SIiop Sage or Marshall, c:
Gregg, p; Lewis, lb; Hoffman. 2b;
Kliff. r.b: Criswell, ss: Stuart. If; I.au.
cf; Hazethurst, rf ; I.inn and Marshall,
Sm;:ll Arms Meflcinty, c; Martin,
p; Danielson. lb; Ford. 2b; Fisher,
::b; O'Brien, fs; Tcireault. If; Shack
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Players Are Fined in Court.
Sioux City, Towa. .1 nil- 2-5. Joim
J'eirlne and N. .1 Han.lall of the Den
ver Western It agie- ie;m, w r- fined
$i ea h In police curl f.,r a. t.auiimg
Players Chase New Umpire.
Hoiighton. Mich.. June 23. Dr. John
I., liyan of Maid- n. Mass.. recently
appointed an umpire in the baii
arrawly ci-caned . le ing mobbed by
the players and crowd at the Hancock
i.inden game terday. Ryan wan ap
?arntly 'neon. pot-m. an 1 his decis
ions created such wrath that he w
obliged to flee from the ground.-! in the
Efcve&m iuroug. xjore leaving, r.e q-
awarded tin v,;tme to Lake Linden. 9
lo . but the teams decided to play the
content out. the tinal score being 11
to C. .
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