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THE AHGTJS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1903.
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BREAK THE SPELL
I landers Succeed in Taking Sec
ond of Series From the
PLAY AN ERRORLESS GAME
Hardy Sent to the Bench and Later
Ejected from the Grounds
Score Is 3 to 0.
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Decatur at Peoria.
Springfield at Blootnington.
Tire Comrno. lores were shut out by
the Islander? yesterday in a game that
was close enough and well enough
played to make it an excellent exhibi
tion. Three scores, four hits and an
errorless games was the record by
McCoiinell's men. Their hitting was
no hcavb r than it has been since they
started over the bumps, but the boys
worked like a machine and supjorted
Luietin to the- finish.
mi Otf mi Plate.
The marcst the Commodores came
to scoring was in the ninth when Mc
Furland was caught at the plate. He
drew a pass, the first and only one that
Luridin gave, and went to third on a
hit by Kiitui. Carlisle fielded the ball
and threw to Vandine to head off Mac.
who was on his way to third. At that
with runners were between bases and
the ball was thrown all around the dia
mond, Sweeney, Wanner anil l,ister all
being ju the play. McFarlaud reached
third while they were working witii
Kuhn. bur when he tried to get home
V war; caught at the plate.
Hardy acted the rowdy and was put
out of the game by Lynch and later
ordered taken off from the field by the
umpire. Hardy pitched four innings,
.luring which he got sore at the um
pire's decisions on balls and strikes.
He unloaded a few of lu3 choicest a
Lynch and at the end of the fourth
pretended he wanted to fight. Syfert
went into the box in the next inniru;
and when Decatur again came to bat
Hardy went out on the coaching line.
Lynch order d ('apt. Kramer to take
him from I he grounds.
I Inter I liuaiti'il.
The hat tint; order war. changed yes
; rday and Wanner was the first man
up and scored. He drew a pass and
went to second on Ruby's sacrifice,
scoring while Hryctte was fumbling a
ball from Sweeney.
In the second Walters drew a pass,
went to second on McCouiieH's sacri
fice and to third on a wild pitch by
Hardy. Luudin laced out a tk-ree-bag-ger
scoring Walters. The last score
was made in the eighth after two men
were out. Vandine went to first on
balls and was forced to second on a
pasH to Walters, scoring en a hit by
Met'oiinell. The score:
Lis! or, lb . .
(uii.-!e. ( f . .
VandiiK ::tj .
Walters." if .
McCoinu II. c
Luudin, . .
AIL R. II PO.A. K.
1 1 0 2 S 0
,2 0 0 500
4 K 1 H 1 0
:) 0 0 12 0
1 n u 2 1 )
.2 1 o o 2 o
,2 1 1 2 0 0
4 o 1 u 2 0
.20 ?. 4 27 17 o
AH. R. H. PO.A. F..
4 1 2 0 0
,4 0 2 1 2 0
2 o ii 1 o 0
4 0 110 0
4 o 1 14 1 0
1 0 O 0 1 0
:. 0 12 2 1
2 0 12 2 0
1 0 0 o 2 o
2 o ii 0 2 0
22 O 7 24 1". 1
Thornton, cf . ,
l'Wee. 2b ....
Rry. tte. ss ...
Score by innings:
Rod; Is'and 1 1 0 0 0 o it 1 2
Decatur o u o o o 0 o o o
Two base hit Walters. Three base
hit Lundin. Paes on balls Off Luu
din. 1; otT Hardy. 2; off Syfert. 4.
Struck our lly Luudin. 1; by Syfert.
I. Double play O Conrmr-Kuhn-O'Connor.
Hit by pitcher Vandine.
Stolon base I .i.-ter. Sacrifice hits
Ruby. MeConnel!. Time 1:20. I'm
Ruby and Carlisle got everything
that came their way yesterday.
Syfert stopped a cannon ball from
Lister in the seventh. He stopped it
because he could not pet out of the
In moving pictures
The Barber of Scvilla
iu 25 Scenes.
Watch Tower Park
Ogden's orchestra concerts
Tuesday. Thursday and Sun
days. Petersen's concert Fri
day. H. E. Krell.
Both 'phones. Manager.
way. Alter recovering the ball he
could hardly throw it to first on ac
count of the pain from the blow.
Notice Wanner's record. He had
little chance to hit. for he was passed
With such fielding as yesterday, the
Islanders need only four or fire hits to
win the average game.
Decatur has one of the best fielding
teams in the league, and with the Isl
anders playing an errorless game it
was an exhibition worth seeing.
Thornton's lost bat has been return
ed. It was taken for a joke. ' -
Lundin's usually helps some when it
comes to baiting.
Wanner walked out last night with
eight assists and two put-outs.
Ruby was given something to do and
managed to get under seven of them
Right here is where the Islanders
started their winning streak before.
They lost the series to Springfield and
took the second from Decatur.
To Cedar Rapids tomorrow.
Dubuque. 4s SiirinaSHd. O.
Dubuque, Iowa. June 29. Rusty Ow
en Lad Springfield at his nercy and
scored a shutout, giving no hits or
base on balls. Swink was hit bard
DUBUQUE. R. If. PO.A. E.
Davidson. If 0 0 1 0 (
Had ley. ss 0 1 2 5
Thiery. rf 0 0 0 0 0
Buelow. lb 2 2 13 0 0
Reagan, cf 0 1 2 " 0 0
Hughes'. 2b 1 2 1 1 0
Reltz. 21 1 1 1 2 1
Stark, c 0 1 7 0 0
Owen, p o 0 o 2 0
Total- 4 S 27 11 1
SPItlNGFlKLD, H. IT. PO.A. E
Gruebner. rf o 0 0 1 0
Scharn weber. ss o 0 2 1 0
Jacob:;, 2b 0 0 0 2 I'
Wright, lb 0 0 S 0 2
Novacek. If 0 2 0 t
Donn.liy. cf o o l 0 o
''bright. 2b o 0 2 5 o
Ludwig. c 0 0 7 2 1
Swink. p 0 0 1 2 1
Totals o 0 24 14 !
Score by innings:
Dubuque o 2 o o 0 1 0 0 I
Springfield o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0
Two base hit Hadley. Three base
hit Hughes. Bases on balls Oft
Swink, 2. Struck out By Owen, 8; by
Swink, 2. L'mpin Weston. Time
1 : 2a. .
llluoininK ( Dmruporl. 3.
Bloomiugton. Ill . June 2!. --Moore
pitched a great game, but errors gave
the viators a ha 1. that la .ted until
eighth inning, when McGi.tvey was
hit hard. I aM:i:: t w as driven i ron:
the box in the first. Score:
RLOOMINGTON. R II PO.A. E.
Oft. if 1 o 2 0 0
Sass, cl 1 o 0 u o
Smith. 2b 1 2 2 2 2
Conner. If 1 1 2 o o
Walters. 2b 1 2 2 2 0
Powell, lb 0 1 1 1 0 0
Snyder, ss o u 1 4 0
Donovan, c o 2 2 1 o
Moore, p ii o o 4 0
Totals 5 a 27 14 2
DAVENPORT. R. H. PO.A. E.
Burg, ss 2 2 1 (I 0
Ives, cf 1 1 0 0 0
Crockett, lb o 1 10 1 u
Alperuiaii. 2b 0 o 1 o
Webster, 2b 0 I 4 0 0
Swalrii. rf o 0 2 0 1
Harrod, If . . . j 0 0 2 1 0
Williams, c 0 o 1 0
Dahliiist, p 0 o 0 0 0
McOreevey, p o o o 2 0
Nieiuan 0 1 0 o 0
Totals 2 C 24 14 1
Batted for Harrod in ninth.
Score by innings:
Bloom i ii l; i on ....2 0 o o u O o 2 f
DaveiifH'rt 1 o l o l ooo 0 2
Two base hit Walters. Three base
hits Smith. Crockett. Struck out
By Moore, 1; by Mctlreevey, 1. Bases
on balls - By Moore 1; by Dahltjuist,
1; by Mcdivevey, 2. Umpire Milan.
Atteiida net 4 on.
I Wnr ItuplilM. IVorla. 2.
Peoria. III.. June L'it. Ceilar Rapid
bunched its hits and won from Peoria
in a hard fought contest. Score:
PEORIA. R. M. PO.A. E.
l-ee. ss o l 4 2 l
s nioii. c n i 7 ii
Nicol. cf o 2 4 0 0
Linderbeck. rf i 1 1 0 1
Elton, lb o 0 7 o 0
Crah.irn, 2b o 2 2 1 o
Warren. 2b u o 2 2 o
WciscnVrger. If o 1 n l it
Eastman, p 1 10 2 0
Totals 2 9 17 f 2
CEDAR RAIMDS. R. II. PO.A. E.
Dais. rf o 2 0 o 0
Ball. 2b 1 2 2 2 o
Dimes; cf o 1 2 0 f
Durham. li 0 1 7 o 0
Berry, c 0 o 5 0 0
Smith, if 1 o 1 1 ii
Hill. 2b o 1 2 1
iterte ss 2 1 2 3 1
Ward, p 1 0 1 a M
T.4a!s 5 8 27 12 3
Score by innings:
IVori.i ..o o 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2
(Vdar Rapids ...0 0 3 0 1 1 0ft 0 3
Two base hits Graham. 2), Nico,
Hill. Threw base hit Underbeck.
Bases on balls I)IT Eastman. 2; fl
Ward, 1. Struck out By Easiman, 4;
by Ward. 2. Umpire Cusack. Tiw
1 : 3". Art. n laaee 4m).
Elks Meet Friday Night
A meeting of the Rock Island lodge
of Elks has been called for Friday
night, at which time the quarters for
lodge and club rooms w ill probably be
decided upon. A eonmlttee has bet-a
investigating the situation since the
night the lodge was instituted.
PAT SAEY JOINS
Worked With Manager McConnell on
St. Joseph Team Cast
Patrick Saey, who has an establish
ed reputation as a base ball player, has
been added to the pitching staff of the
Is-landers.- Manager McCopnell signs
him upon his own knowledge of the
man's Sfbility nd yvork of the past,
the two "having worked together jn the
St. Josepn team of. the Western league
a part of last year.
Saey was a member of the Milwau
kee team of llo2. and finished the sea
son with St. Joe. He fopened the next
season with the Missouri team and
finished in the Texas league. Not lik
ing the south he refused to return this
year, but until now could not secure
his release. It yvas while he was with
Milwaukee that the team experienced
being cut off from communication with
the world by the flood while on their
western trip. What kind of work he
will be able to do for the Islanders
this season remains to be seen.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
W. I Pet.
Dubuque 29 21 ..".SO
Bloomineton 2H 21 -i71
Springfield 20 21 .553
Rock Island 26 22 .542
Davenport 2f, 21 .520
Decatur 22 27 .44!
Peoria 19 2S .404
Cedar Rapids IS 20 .27r.
W. I. Pet.
Chicago S3 20 .020
Cleveland " 2l -020
Philadelphia 22 22 .00
IXtroit 2R 2S .20)
Boston 22 2S .4T.1
New York 22 20 .422
Washington 22 21 .292
St. I.ui.-; 21 2tl .Sfiv
W. L. Pet.
New York 40 IS .71!)
Pittsburg 21) 20 .:'
Philadelphia 20 21 .Ooo
Chicago 27 2S .5!
Cincinnati 21 2!) .540
St Lou.s 23 2!) .2!M
Boston P 12 .211
Brooklyn 1" 47 .200
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 41 25 .021
Minneapolis 41 25 .(',21
Milwaukee 2S 27 .5S5
Indianapolis 22 30 .510
St.. Paul 22 22 .500
lA.uisville 27 2D .40'.)
Kansas Citv 20 40 .211 1
Toledo 22 41 .211)
ed and I a;n in communication with
different cities of the league for the
best of the disbanding teams. I hope
to land enough of these men to
j strengthen out weak spots and turn
' ns again toward the top."
The Cedar Rapids Gazette published
a cartoon yesterday showing Rock Isl
and bumping the bumps. And the
sanse day we stopped.
No more baseball h re till July 13.
Then Peoria comes and a long home
series begins. But local fans will have
an opportunity to sve the leant work
at Davenport July 3 and 1. two games
being played on the latter date.
Rusty Owen's performance yester
day in shutting out Springfield at Du
buque without a hit. a run or a base on
balls. Is:, considering everything, a bet
ter performance that that of Balliet,
and it it will probably not be dupli
cated. Hugh Lally. who last year was fined
all that was coming to him and sus
pended for the season by the Rock Isl
and management for drunkenness, loaf
ing and hoodlumistn. has been give
like treatment in the Iowa league. Not
only that, but he is' serving a 30 days'
jail sentence at Oskaloosa. He Insult
ed a waitress in a hotel there, threw
a plate of butter at the clerk, who In
terfered and Indulged In profane" lan
guage. Iilly was playing with the
WAS IN A GAME
Left Dubuque on Plea That Brother
Was III Played Billiards in
Some of the secrets in the billiard
tournaments that have been pulled off
in Rock Island and Moline are coming
out now. and it developes that Umpire
Weston was one of the victims who
was cleaned up. A billiard expert
dropped into Rock Island about a week
ago and did some of the local sports
1 1. len to a turn and among those who
I had a try-out wiih him was C. E. West
on. About that time Umpire Weston
was suddenly called away from his du
tiis in Dubuque on account of the sup
posed illness of his brother and he ex
hibited a telegram that summoned him.
Umpire Kreig tool; his place and in
! due time he returned to his work, but
the information has leak'd out that
his sick brother was in Moline. and
when he returned he was as sick as
his brotht r. The expert is now suppos
ed to be Huston.
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ULLEMEYER k STERLING
STRAW HAT HEADQUARTERS.
Wheeling 20 22 .021
South Bend 20 22 .010
Evansville 27 25 .5!7
Grand Rapids 29 25 .527
Dayton 27 27 .500
Fort Wavne 27 22 .450
Springfield 20 27 .251
Terre Haute IS 2S .221
Des Moines 33 IS .047
Sioux City 31 21 .590
Denver 22 24 .571
Omaha 27 25 .51J
Colorado Springs IS 35 .3to
St. .Joseph 17 33 .229
St. Joseph to Retain Franchise.
St. Joseph. Mo.. June 2:. The St.
Joseph Western league franchise will
remain hero. At a meeting last night
President Chamberlain dropped out
and a stock company was organized
and is now in control of the franchise.
Charles H. Watts, member of the low
er house of the legislature, was elected
chairman of the committee of control
iTi.l ikftKi l,lv u-ill U fb4teil nresiileilt
of the club at a meeting to be held to
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Rock Island, 3; Decatur. 0.
Dubuque. 4; Springfield, 0.
Bloomington. 5; Davcniort. 2.
Cedar Rapids, 5; Peoria, 2.
Chicago, 3; St. Iuis. 2 (10 Innings).
Washington. 0; Philadelphia. 3.
Detroit. 4: Cleveland, 1.
New York. 5; Boston, 2 (10 innihga).
New York. 3; Boston, 1 (second
New York, 8; Brooklyn. 4.
Philadelphia. 7: Boston. 4.
Pittsburg. 2: St. I .on Is. 1.
Springfield, 1; Whet ling. t.
Dayton, 2; Fort Wayne, 1.
Evansville. 3; South Bend. 2.
St. Joseph. 1; Denver. 0.
Colorado Springs. 5; Omaha, 0.
Des Moines. 2; Sioux City, o.
Indianapolis, 2: Columbus, 0.
Minneaixtliri, in; Milwaukee, 4.
St. Paul. 5; Kansas City, 3.
I,ouisville, 5; Toledo. 1.
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
Johnnie Fisher failed to make good
with Peoria and has been released.
Walter Preston, the old
leaguer, has joined Peoria.
Secretary Al Leisy yesterday Issued
a statement for the Peoria association
in which he told the fans to cheer up,
as there was plenty of money back of
the team and it was to tt used in
strengthening it. The weak jpots are
just beginning to be located, he said.
Hugh Nicol is quoted as follows hy
the Peoria Herald-Transcript: "l be
lieve we broke the hoodoo today. I,
have strings out for many good men.j
The North Pacific league has disband- j
. Caught 25 Innings.
In a letter from Dan O Leary, re
ceived by T. .1. Naylon, Dan says that
he is latching every day for the Wich
ita (Kans.) team, and recently had the
experience of catching 25 innings in
one afternoon. At the time lfe wrote
he was iu the top notch team, which
is being pushed by Leavenworth.
Marksmen at Indianapolis.
Indianajudis, Ind., June 2'.t. The
first day's events pr liminary to the
grand American handicap shoot were
concluded yesterday. They consisted
of 10 20-target events. W. R. Crosby,
of O'Fallon. 111., was first with 19'.)
breaks out of a jiossiblo 2"0. He miss
ed his first target. Fred Gilb rt, of
Spirit Lake, Iowa, was second with
William J. Fielding, an nctor. well
known alxuit the country, is dead at
his home in Richmond Hill. I,. I. He
was stricken with heart failure on
board a train while homeward ImuumI.
Tegeler Wins Tournament.
In playing off Die tie between Gus
Tt geler and Dr. A. H. McCandlcss in
the golf tournament of last week Mr.
Tcgelt r was vktciious in the play for
the handicap c;i;. Tic ti: was played
Thrown From a Wagon.
George K. Babcix-k was thrown from
his wagon and severely bruised. He
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm free
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ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well
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