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Wilson Has Bad Inning and Arrier
icans Overcome Lead of
YOUNGSTERS WORKING WtLL
Lakaff S.iows Up in Good Form for
.Three Innings Other Pitchers
Given a Chance.
Jack McConnell's youngsters' first
public appearance this season
.vas a satisfactory one. even
hough they were defeated by
be White ' Sox by a score of 11 to 5.
The manager's policy was to overwork
10 one Fo early in the season and on
i eoM day. though it might bring a vie
ory. The eighth inning decided tho
ontest, Wilson being unable to find
he plate and sending six men down
jn passes. Three hits were coupled
ith the pitcher's bad lamp and seven
;cores resulted. Previous to that in-
aing the Islanders were hading the;
Strictly a Try Out.
The game was strictly a try out as
far as the Islanders were concerned
At the opening of the game Wanner
and Lakaff were the only ones to be
seen in their accustomed places.
3haub was in the game, but he was
ailing in at short stop. The work wat,
auite acceptable all round in consider
ation of the amount of practice and
the kind of a day.
Work of IMtfbrr.
Lakaff was apparently in good form,
and while three hits were made in his
three innings, there were no scores.
Converse was less fortunate until he
got well into the harness and then he
worked like an old horse. His first
and worst inniHg was the fourth, in
which the visitors made their first two
scores. At the beginning of the sev
enth inning the battery was changed.
Wilson and Eng filling the positions.
Amey having caught up to his juncture.
Christie passed the first inning with
out a hit or a score. And added to
this be made a thrilling stop of a line
lit and doubled a runner from third,
nit in the eighth be went to the bad
ml could not pet them over. The
l nth wa3 les disastrous, but a couple
A scores were added.
I.-atlt Willi Two-ltnsTKer.
It certainly looked like old times to
.see Johnny Wanner step up am' liae
out a two bagger the first time up.
Jray sacrificed, but Wanner could get
no further than third.
In the third inning the scoring was
begun. Amey passed and Lakaff hit to
left Geld for two bases. The ball was
thrown in to ca'ch the big pitcher at
third, but Clark dropped it and he was
safe, while Amey scored. Gray hit for
two bases bringing in Lakaff. He went
down on Swalm's out and scored on
an error by Dundon in fielding one
Sox (iet Two.
In the fourth Pennell lead off with
a single and went to stcond cn Eart
lett's bungle in fielding. Pennell came
in on a double by Dougherty and Dan
ny Green scored the pitcher with a
Although the Islanders were still one
ahead they picked up a couple more
in the sixth. Andres, failed to field
one from Forney and Clark threw wild
to Pennell in handling one from Mc
Clelland. Forney went to thin; on it
and Mac stole second. A wild throw
by Hart let Forney in. and McClelland
scored on a single by Amey.
The Americans made up for all this
and more in that disastrous eighth.
Christie kept handing out transporta
tion, some of the runs being forced
and Clark clearing the bases once with
a two-bagger. Wilson worked hard
and laughed as he worked, but it was
of no use. He couldn't put them over.
In the ninth he was not so reckless
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, and
flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which
expert pastry cooks declare is
unobtainable by the use
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ROYAL BAKING fOWDSft
with h:s passes, but ne was wild. Pat
terson singled and was helped along
with a wild pitch-. Vinson was hit by
a pitched bail and after Hart brought
"Dougherty in with a single Vinson
came in on a long lly to right field.
ROCK, ISLAND. All. R. H. P. A. li
Wanner. 2b 5 0 1 2
Gray, cf . . . . .3 1 1 1
Swalm, If 3
Shjiub, ss 4
Bartlett. rf .
Converse, p .
Wilson, p . .
To! a Is
Crce n, rf . . .
Vinson. IT . . .
Andres, ss . .
Dundon. '1U .
Clark. :;; . . .
rcnnell. lb .
Welday. cf .
R. H. P. A. K.
.37 11 13 27 15
Score by innings:
Rock Island ...00300200 05
Chicago 0 0020007 211
Two base hits Wanner, Lakaff, Gray.
Dougherty. Bases on balls Off La
Wa;T, 1; off Wilson, S; off Dougherty, 2.
Struck out By Lakaff, 3; by Converse
1; by Wilson. 1; by Dougherty, 2; by
Patterson, 2. Double plajs Shaub.
McClelland; Wilson-Forney; Andre
(unassisted.) Passed balls Amey, 2;
Eng, 1. Hit by pitcher Andres, Hart,
Vinson. Clark. Time 1 43. Umpire
Hunt of the IH:iitionl.
Christie Wilson wound up his first in
uing in a characteristic manner.
Grabbed off a liner and doubled to For
ney. Eng worked like an old horse, and it
vas a stiff game he was up against on
Forney did not have many chances
ytsteiday, but those he ilid have were
nandled in good shape-.
Wanner. lnl-:nff and Gray were the
ilrst Islanders to connect and every one
was a two bagger.
There was some clumsy work, but
t v.-as not limited to the Islanders.
The Sex were just as bad.
McCItMan I picked out two singles,
and was at the first station three times
out cf four up.
R. P. Hampton, who will o!Ticite with
the indicator in the Iowa Stata league,
was umpire. This was his first ap-
poa ranee in t'lis capacity, but he work
ed like a veteran and had the game
well in hand at ail stages. There was
general satisfaction with his decisions.
Danny Green objecting only in a con
pie of instances in which be was di
President Comiskey expected to
spend the day yesterday with Presi
dent Sexton, but he stated in a dis
patch that he was detained by the law
suit in which his association is involv
ed. That also account for Isbell's ab
Dundon is authority for the state
ment that the Islanders gave them the
hardest race they have had since go
ing Into practice.
The share of gate receipts turned
over to the White Sox management
here was the largest they have re
ceived this year.
DtM-nur, 1.'; Dulutb, 0.
Decatur, III., April 7. Decatur's
loose fielding was sufficient to have
lost the game yesterday, but they hit
hard When the visitors were piling up
Decatur 10 0 0 2 0 2 0 1015 15 10
Duluth ..... 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 0 9 9 '
Batteries Dowell. Keyes. and Han
nah; Ferguson, Treadway, Krick, Mor
ton and Hunche.
Beat. & Schmitt.
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fll(E VETS HURRY
ISfaw Ones in Major Leagues
Crowding Old Ones for
" l heir Places. '
NEWS FROM TRAINING CAMPS
More Expected to Break In Than In
Any Other Season Lineup In
itcports from the training grounds of
the major league baseball teams indi
cate that the e-omiug se-ason will be a
"rfzzler" from start to finish. The big
profits of the strong teams of last year
lnve encouraged weak teams to bid
high for promising new players. In
fact, tbere will be more new men in
the game this year In the big leagues
than has ever before been the ease.
At a direct result many of the time
worn veterans have bad to brace up
and show new life In order to hold
their positions. Too bad to make the
FRANK CHANCE, CHTCAOO NATIOHAIiS.
old uus go the pace -with the young
sters, but that's what baseball de
Vntiuonl Lfnguf Ton him.
In the National league the player
and oHieials of the various clubs, ex
eept lirooklyn. for the coming -am
paign are as follows:
Chicago. rYesiJer.t, Charles V. 7ft"r
Ihy: manager, Frank Chance; Irain-
frrouu'l. Champaign, i';.'.; catchers,
Klinr, Moran r.mi Noon::n; pltchirs,
I.uuclrn.- YVlettcT. Reutivi- 'n. , ffeisttfr.
llrown. DoilKe. Doebe, Knoil n:.l Mueller;
inlu Mcrs, Oliunee, Uvcrs, T!:i)-:T3. Stcin
fcMt. ITofman and Sehaub; outfielders,
Sheckard. SlagK A. Schulte a id Sobring.
New York. I'repldf nt. John T. Brush:
manager. John J. C'Mujrssy'-) JlcCraw;
training ground, Memphis. Te'rin. ; catch
ers. Bresnahan, Coworman, M-irsha.ll and
FitzfroraU; pitchrrs, Mathwson 1.. Mc
Ginnity, Amos, Taylor. Klliott. Wiltse.
Mathowson II. ainl Ferguson; InflelJers,
Mc-Gahri, Gilbert, Devlin, Dahlen, Strang
ninl Robinson; outfielders, Mcrtes, Donlin,
Browne and Graham.
Pittsburp. President, Barney Dreyfuss;
manager. Fred Clarke; training- ground.
Hot Springs, Ark.; catchers. Gibson,
Prita, Smith and Carisch; pitchers. Phll
Uppe, I-ever. Case, Hillehrand. Willis,
Lynch, Sc-Iftelrl and Klnsella; infielders,
Nealon, Kitchey. Ijach, Wapner and
Shoehan; outlleldors, Clarke, Ueaumont,
Philadelphia, President, William II.
Shettsline; manager, Hugh Puffy; train
ing crround. Savannah, Ga.; catchers,
Dooiri, Donovan, Munson and Crist: pitch
ers. Dugneleby, Lush. Nichols, Plttirtgrer,
Sparks. McCloskey, Kane and Hoff; In
fielders, F.ransfield, Gleason. Doolln,
Courtney, Ward and Sautelle; outfielders,
Titus, Thomas, Magee and Aullleld.
Cincinnati. President, Augustus Herr
mann; mnnager, Eidward Hanloii; training
ground, Marlln, Tex.; catchers, Schlel,
Phelp.s and Livingstone; pitchers, Chech,
Overall, Kwlng, Harper. Iorney, Welmer,
Ferguson. Druhot and Haftord; Infielders,
Barry, Carr, Hug-gins. Corcoran, Mow
brey, Lobert and Delehajity; outfielders,
Jvelley. Seymour, Odwell, Siegle and
St Louis'. President, Frank de 3 la as
rtoblson; mauager, J. J. McCloskey; train
ing ground. Houston, Tex.; catchers, Gra
dy. Slattery, Holmes and Starnagle; pitch
ers. Taylor, McFarland, Brown, Egan,
Thlelman, Adams, Spude, Thompson and
Jokerst; Infielders. Bcckley, Arndt, Mc
Bride Hoelskoetter, Hausen, James,
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Burns. Clayton, Kilspel, Perrino, Quillen,
Bennett and Frantz; outfielders. Dun
leavy. Shannon, Smoot, De Groff aJid
Eostcn. President. Arthur H. Soden;
manager, Fred Tenney; training ground,
Jacksonville, Fla; catchers, Needham,
O'Neill and Brown; pitchers. Young, Fra
ser. Undeman, Pfeffer and McCarthy; in
fltlders, Tenney, Abbatachlo. Brain. Brid
well and Raymer; outflilders, Howard,
Oolan and Bates.
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IN MILWAUKEE FIGHT
leferee Awards Landers Verdict Over
Sayers and Crowd Makes Demon
stration. Milwaukee, Wis.. Aprd 7.--The Say-rs-Landers
fight last night was a liz
.e as far as the decision went, for
.auders was given the fight after Say
rs had cutfought him from start to
Inish. The crowd went wild over the
erdict. for it was. thought a draw
voull have been a robbery cf Savers.
Sayers played constantly for the
ace, while Landers did not land a
low except to the body, and some of
hose were to low that the spectators
Two knockouts in the preliminaries
nade them better than the final fight
Cddie Tancl, the former Chicago ania
eur, won from "Young"' Edenberg of
Milwaukee. He put Edenberg out for
wo minutes in the second round aftt r
i hot exchange of blows. Gene Me
Jovern knocked out Billie Irish in the
hird round, and Steve Kinney of Mil
vaukee got a decision over Eddie Ken
ley of Chicago.
WoCjOtt to Meet Gans.
Boston, Mass., April 7. William A.
'ierce, on behalf of Joe Wolcott. has
elegraphed to Morris L.evy of San
Francisco, accepting a match with Jo?
lans for the welterweight champion
hip of the world. April 27 is the date
;et for the bout.
Simms-Bezenah Fight Off.
Columbus, Ohio. April 7. The fight
jetwetn Art Simms and Gus Bezenah.
cheduled for last night, was declared
DOte FOR THE FANS.
. The Danville Kitty league tam be
va'.ls the loss of one Hankey, who li
eems is not an entire stranger to the
Three-Eye fans. Hankey, with another
uimcd Maxwell, were signed by the
Danville manager early last season, it
3 said, but it now appears that Mobile,
n the Cotton State league, has a prior
lainl and has ordered the two men to
epcrt at that city for practice.
Concerning the failure of Ed Barry:
he ex-Commodore star t wilier, to re
port, a Boston writer is quoted as fol
ows: "Pitcher Barry has not showed
rp. He signed his contract last fall
nd Collins has no idea what ails him
3ut Barry can be spared, however.
Vith nine other pitching candidates
or the slab, Barry should realize that
he club won't be weakened to any
Treat extent if he doesn't report."
John Godwin, now with the Boston
Vmericans, is said to be making good
t short, playing the position as if "he
iad always lived there." Ed Hughes,
in ex-Davtnporter. has also been doing
ome fine work from the rubber sta
ion, yet it is said he will be den'ed a
;teady job vl;h the Bean Eaters.
"Rusty"' Owens acted a3 umpire in
he series between the Chicago Cubs
nd the Columbus team at Columbus.
Monday he was accidentally spiked by
player and put out cf business.
'Kusty's" name now appears in the
ineup of three teams
"!itj and Davenport.
However, he is
signed to Toronto by the powers
.hat be in baseball. j
Petle Burg's brother Joe has been t
iemed bv SoringEeld. He is said to!
:e bigger than Petie- but only cross-.
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i Joe Cantillon's Milwaukee team i.s
playing nt Dubuque today and tomor
row. To dry the grounds, which were
in bad condition, resource was had to
an application of shavings and gasoline
to which a match was applied, with
good results. Charles Bishop, the
pitcher, has reported to Manager Mc
Farland. It develops he was not for
warded his contract by the Vicksburg
management in t'nie so he is free to
enter the Three-Eye.
Ed Smith,, the former Reck Island
pitcher yesterday was the means of
giving the St. Louis Cardinals their
first victory over the Browns after
three straight defeats. The Cardinal.
made 10 hits off Smith and won 3 to 2.
This may end the minor leaguer's ma
jor league career.
Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday
the Clinton Independents will play
Now for the Fish.
Already the fish stories are begin
ning to make their appearance. From
TX 7 - ' O Por bIoo1 heads the list. The doctors call
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Clinton comes the report that catfish
are unusually numeious in the Missis
sisippi this spring and it is told that
one weighing SO pounds was landed
this week at that place.
Snapper Kennedy and His Bunch Meet
the Islanders at Island City
Park in First Game.
Snapper Kennedy and his Davenport
aggregation comes to Rock Island to
morrow and the rivals will meet at
Island City park for ther first time this
sen "on: The game will bo called at 3
The manner in which the players
will line up is still uncertain on ac
count of the condition of the men. It
is probable that those who are in th3
best shape will go into the game.
Don't forget the time, 3 o'clock.
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