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THE ARQUS, THirRSPAY, MAY 2.4, 1906.
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Senators Get Best of Islanders
in Second Came of
NEAL CRIPPLED IN FOURTH
Hit on Pitching Arm by Thrown Ball
Succeeded by Scott In Best
Form Yet This Season.
Rock Island, 0; Springfield. 5.
Dubuque, 4; Bloomington, 1.
Davenport, 4; Peoria, 1,
Cedar Rapids, 4; Decatur, 2.
Springfield at Rock Island.
Peoria at Davenport.
Bloomington at Dubuque.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
By opportune hitting and the lack of
it on the part of Rock Island, the Sen
ators effected a shut-out at. Island City
park yesterday afternoon, the score.be:
ing 5 to 0. At the end of the seventh
inning the Islanders were credited
with as many hits as their opponents
and Donnelly's men made only two
after that, but on the one side they
were fairly well scattered, while
bunching did the work for the visitors.
The unfortunate phase of the game
was the crippling of Xeal in the Island
ers' half of the fourth inning. While
at the bat he was hit on his pitching
arm by. a hard thrown ball. It sound
ed with such a crack that the Senators
completed the play, thinking for a mo
ment that the ball had hit his bat. He
was succeeded in the box by Scott,
who appeared in better form than he
had in any previous game this season.
In the five innings he struck out five
men and allowed three hits.
Son Dad Lin k.
It really seemed like a hard luck
game. There were two errors, but
neither brought anythin gfor the Sen
ators. The trouble was that the. Is
landers succeeded in getting, on base
only after two were out, five, of the
seven hits being made under those cir
cumstances, and the third man was al
ways nailed before there was anything
lllln HrioK Two.
Two scores wore made by the Sen
ators in the first inning. Bennett hit
one down by second base the first
thing, and while Wanner got hold of
it the runner beat it to the bag. Don-
nelly hit fur three bases, bringing in
Bennett and scoring on a wild pitch
In the fourth inning two more were
added. Cameron and Connery were
the first two up and both hit clean
ones into the right field. Scarnweber
batted a long fly to center field, scor
ing Cameron and advancing Connery.
Bennett made his second single, ad
ding the fourth score. In the ninth
Donnelly walked and scored on Xova
cek's two base hit. The score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. P. A. E.
Swalm. rf 4 0 1 4 0 0
Hammond, ss 4 0 2 3 0 1
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Wanner, 2b 3 0 2 2 4 1
Vandine," 3t-2 0 1.0 0 0
Spanton, lb 4 0 0 7 0 0
Snaub, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Wilson, cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Forney, c 2 0 0 8 2 0
Neal. p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Scott, p .... . 2 0 0 1 0 0
Bennett, If ,
Connery, lb ,
Scharnweber, ss .
Jones, p ,
Score by. innings
.30 0 7 27 8 2
. R, H. P. A. E.
1 2 0 0 0
2 12 0 0
0 10 0 0
0 0 0 O 0
1 2 0 3 0
1 1 10 0 0
0 2 4 3 0
0 0 11 0 0
0. 0 0 2 2
5. 9 27 8 2
Rock Island 004)00000 0 0
Springfield 2 00 2 0 00 01;
Two base hits Swalm, Scharnweb
er, Novacek. Three base hit Donnel
ly. Bases, on balls Off Neal. 2; off
Scott, 3; off Jones, 4. Struck out
By Neal, 3; by Scott, 5; by Jones, 9.
Double play Scharnweber to Camer
on to Connery. Wild pitch Neal.
Passed ball Pearce. Hit by pitcher
Pearce, Neal. Vandine. Time 1:55.
Dut Prom the Diamond.
Of course it- was Neat's pitching
Connery cut off a hard hit ball from
Swalm down the first. base line in good
Jones, like Moore, has. lots of. steam
and had the Islanders going some.
Scott and Neal both pitched good
Seventeen strike outs in the nine in
nings by the three pitchers.
Dubuque, 4; lllooming;ton, i.
Dubuque, Iowa, May 24. Swalm was
invincible, striking out 14 men. Du
buque scored all its runs in the first
inning on four singles and a double.
DUBUQUE. R. H. p. A. E.
Davidson, If 1 1 l 0 0
Hadley, ss 1 1 l 3 2
McFarland. rf 0 10 0 0
Bosse. lb 119 0 0
Reagan, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Blackburn, 2b I 1 1 3 1
Reitz, 3b 0 2 0 2 0
Stark, c 0 1 15 0 0
Swalm, p 0 0 0 0 0
Snyder, ss 0
Vogel. 2b .
Beck, cf . . .
Wilson, lb I
Doouvan, c O
Barker, p o
Total 1 C 24 11 0
Score by innings:
Dubuque 4 0000000 1
Bloomington 000O1000 0 1
Two base hits Reitz. McFarland.
Struck out By Swalm, 14; by Barker,
3. Double plays Blackburn to Had
ley to Bosse. Stolen bases Herbert,
Vogel, Conners. Sacrifice hits McFar
land. Umpire Farney. Time 1:30.
Cedar Itaplda, 4; Deentur, 2.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, May 24. Spen
cer's home run in the third started the
scoring, and Cedar Rapids had easy
sailing the rest of the way. Score:
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A.
Davis. If 12 3 0
Oakes, cf 0 1 0 0
Wilson, 2b 0
Curtis, lb 0
Ball, ss 1
Shaw, rf 1
Spencer, 3b 1
Berry, c 0
Ford, p 0
Total 4 9 27 7 4
R. H. P. A. E.
Cooper, If . 0 12 0 0
Lewis, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Lewee, 2b 0 0 0 1 0
Kuhn, lb 0 1 8 o' 0
Swacina, cf 0 2 2 1 0
Purtell, ss 0 1 3 2 1
Syfert, 3b 0 1 1 1 0
Lemon, c 1 1 8 1 1
Schreiber, p 1 1 0 1 0
Total 2 9 24 7 2
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4
Decatur 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
Stolen bases Davis 2, Oakes 2,
Shaw. Three, base hit Shaw Home
run Spencer. . Double play Spencer
to Curtis. Struck out By Ford. 3 ; by
Schreiber, G. Bases on balls; Off
Schrtiber, 2. Time 1:35. Umpire
Ramsey. . . ,'
Davenport, 4 Peoria, 1.
Opportune batting and splendid field
ing enabled the Davenport team to
win the game from Peoria. Good, play
ing, by Ramey. and. Crockett were fea
tuies. The score:
DAVENPORT.. R. H, P. A. E.
Ramey, rf . O 0 3 1 0
Kennedy, 2b 11 3 3 -1
Ruby. If ... 0 0 10 0
Crockett, lb 0 1. 12 1 C
Burg, ss 1 1 2 5 0
Curtis, cf 1 1 2 0 0
rjarrod. 3b 0 0 0 2 0
Snooks, c 0 1 4 1 0
Eul, p 1 2 0 2 0
Total 4. 7-27 15, 1
PEORIA. R. H. P. A. E.
Thiery, rf 1 1 2 0 0
Raymond, si 0 2 2 3 2
Graham, cf 0 1 4 0 0
Egan, 3b 0 10 3 0
Bewar, If 0 0 2 0 0
Buelow, lb 0 1 91 0
Big Spectacular Show Brought
by Firemen's Relief As
sociation. IN ROCK ISLAND JUNE 4
Has Been Extremely Successful
Long Stands in Chicago and St.
Louis What Others Say.
Talbot's "Fighting the Flames," in
which the Firemen's Relief association
is interested, getting a percentage of
the receipts, appears in Rock Island
the first week iii June. An opportunity
is thus given to see the most spectac
ular entertainment on the road, one
that has made a great success in its
long stands in Chicago and St. Louis.
It opened in St. Louis this year, and
recently appeared in Joplin, the Globe
of that city speaking as follows of tne
"New Ideas are involved in this at
traction, as large as a circus only dif
ferent. An amphitheater seating 4,000
is sheltered under an immense canopy,
with bleachers on either side, seating
probably 1.000 more. Each seat is a
comfortable folding opera chair.
Spread before this canopy is a long
arena, measuring about 500 feet by 80
feet. Across the ground is a replica
of a city block, composed of three and
four story buildings, representing room
ing houses, hotels, drug and paint
stores, dry goods houses, saloons, etc.
Mullisna Starts It.
"The fun begins when Mulligan, ald
crmanic nominee, announces that he
has arranged to redeem a promise to
his constituents to furnish them with
an amusement hour on the street. The
introduction of Mulligan in an automo
bile is typical of the city ward politi
cian, and he evidently makes good
with his constituents, as is shown later.
Mulligan's show immediately begins,
and lasts about two hours. It em
braces a program as varied as is found
in many circuses, of jugglers, acrobats,
vaulters, trapezists, traveling ring per
formers, educated dogs, ponies and
hogs; a multiplicity of acts that en
gage the attention of everyone in the
big amphitheater continually.
Then the Ftrrn'orkN,
"A policeman sauntering along the
walk notices smoke issuing from one
of the stores. Ho rushes forward, and
as he does so several explosions are
heard. He turns and dashes to the
alarm box on the corner and a regular
alarm is heard. The spread of the fire
s swift, and tongues of flames, begin
o lick arcund thr windows of the
structures, firing the light curtains
swaying in the breeze. Inmates of the
house dash into the street or appear
at upper windows. The great waving
banners of flame break from the win
dows, dense smoke rolling outward and
upward, emitting a fierce heat. The en
tire block takes on the appearance of
a seething mass of flames."
The paper then describes the scenes
characteristic of a burning block, all
of which is put on in this show.
Hughes, 2b 0 0 3 2 I
Simon, c 0 2 2 0 0
Jaeger, p 0 1 0 1 0
Spencer 0 0 0 0 0
Total - 1 9 24 10 3
Batted for Jaeger in ninth.
Score by innings:
Davenport 00 1 1 1 00 1 4
Peoria 1 0 0 00 0 0 0 01
Two base hits Thiery, Curtis, Ken
nedy, Burg. Sacrifice hits Kennedy,
Ruby, Curtis, Harrod, Raymond, Gra
ham. Bases on balls Off Eul, 4; off
Jaeger. 2. Struck out By Eul, 4; by
Jaeger, 1. Double play Ramey to
Snooks. Stolen bases Crockett,
Egan. Time 1:45. Umpire Law
rence. RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Dubuque, 12 5 .700
Cedar Rapids .12 C ,GC7
Springfield 11 7 .611
Peoria 11 8 .579
Davenport 9 9, .500
cnifn Tnim ity
ftt TfW kuny . Hutu 1 1
Eddy & Sexton,
Rock Island, 111.
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I ULLEMEYER & STERLING
Reck Island 7
Decatur '. . . . . 5
W. J j. Pet.
Chicago 25 12 .G7G
New York 22 11 .GG7
Pittsburg 19 13 .591
Philadelphia 20 1G .550
St. Louis 15 10 .441
Cincinnati 1C 21 .432
Boston 12 22 .353
Brooklyn 10 25 .2SG
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 21 9 .700
Cleveland 17 10 .030
Detroit 1G 13 .552
New York 10 13 .552
St. Louis 1G 15 .510
Chicago 13 13 .401
Washington 13 17 .433
Boston G 2G .1S8
W. L. Pet.
Toledo 20 11 .C45
Milwaukee 1G 12 ,5n
Columbus 19 ' 1G .513
Kansas City 17 17 .500
Louisville i3 IS .419
Minneapolis 15 17 .409
St. Paul 14 17 .433
Indianapolis 13 19 .400
Chicago-New York, rain.
Cincinnati, 1; Brooklyn, 4.
Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 0.
St. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 0.
New York, 4; Chicago, 1.
Philadelphia, 4; Cleveland, 3 (10 in
nings). Washington, 7; St. Louis, 10.
Boston, 2; Detroit, 3.
Columbus, 1; Toledo, 0.
Minneapolis, 1; Milwaukee, 2 (10 in
Indianapolis, 7; Louisville, 1.
St. Paul, 4; Kansas City, 2.
Marshalltown, S; Boone. 3.
Oskaloosa, 1; Keokuk, 3.
Burlington, 9; Ottumwa, 1.
Fort Dodge-Waterloo, rain.
WTE STERN LEAGUE.
Sioux City, 8; Denver, 9.
Omaha-Des Moines, rain.
Evansville, G; Canton, 5.
Dayton, G; Grand Rapids, 4.
Springfield. ; South Bend, 2.
Wheeling, 7; Terre Haute, 0.
Davenport Shooter Shoots Tie.
Bloomington, III., May 24. In. the
tournament of the Illinois Sportsmen's
association yesterday W. R. Crosby
of Alton, was high, guu of the profes
sionals, scoring ,148; out of 150. W.
T. Craig. Jacksonville, was high gun
of the amateurs 'with 147. In the Mc
Lean County- Gun club handicap,
Chauncey Powers, of Decatur, and H.
W.' Kahler, of Davenport, Iowa, tied
with 95 out of, 100.
Sciatic Rhematism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond, Va., says: "I had a fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystie Cure for -Rheu
matism. This cured men"after doctors'
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used it." JSoId
by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue,
Rock Island, Gust Schlegel & Son, 20
West Second street, Davenport
It is safe to say that the girls of 190G
are sweeter and more beautiful than
the girls of war times. The up-to-date
girls all take Hollister's Rocky Moun -
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UNDER A HARROW
John Stadler Killed While Operat
ing a Disc Machine on
HAS AN EPILEPTIC ATTACK
Falls From His Seat Suffers Ugly
Wounds from Discs Face and
Neck Badly Cut Inquest.
John Stadler. aged 27, while riding
a disc harrow in a field on John Siev
ers' farm southeast of Milan yesterday
afternoon, was siezed with an epilep
tic attack, and falling was thrown un
der the discs of the machine. His in
juries resulted in death within a few
minutes. He received a very severe
cut across the left arm, bruises about
the entire body, and eight or nine ugly
cuts across the face and nock. Two
gashes over the right eye penetrated
the skull. Several who had seen the
accident ran to the scene, but found
the young man beyond aid.
Dir.H lu Short Time.
The accident occurred about 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Dr. W. L. Eddy
was summoned from Milan, but the
young man had died some time before
Dr. Eddy could reach the place. The
young man had been subject to epilep
tic attacks for seven or eight years
and had had such a seizure less than a
month ago. He did not seem to realize
the serious nature of his affliction, and
persistently refused to follow the ad
vice of his physicians and triends that
he remain quiet. At the time of the
accident yesterday he was driving
four horse team, and as soon as their
driver fell from the seat- the horses
broke into a run across the field. This
first attracted the attention of neigh
Coroner Krkhart Summoned.
Coroner L. V. Eckhart was notified
of the accident while he was at Sher
rard investigating the death of Rev.
F. W. Hoover, and returning, to Milan
he conducted an inquest at the Sievers
home late last evening. The testimony
of John Cox. Elmer Haines, Peter Han
son and Mr. Sievers, who is a brother-
in-law of-Mr, Stadler, was heard.
Mr. Stadlex was born at Hampton
Bluffs. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja
cob Stadler, now reside at South Mo-
line. Besides his parents, he leaves
two brothers and three sisters, Henry
Stadler of Princeton, Iowa, Charles
Stadler of South Moline, Mrs. Sievers,
with whom he . had made his home for
two years, Mrs. Richard Allison, of
Sputh Moline, and Mrs. William Bruch-
mann of South Rock Island.
The funeral, will be held tomorrow
afternoon from the Sievers home. Bu
i ial will take place at the German Luth
eran cemetery in South Rock Island.
DOPE FOR THE FANS.
Mike Bryette, is not in, the lineup
with Decatur? He is out-of. the game
owing to having loosened a couple of
ribs in throwing 'a ball during the last
game with Rock Island at that city. He.
had just recovered from lameness in
one of his ankles. Thus does the hoo
doo pursue Manager Lewee.
Decatur Review Judging by the
things seen here what McConnell
tiee-d is a, pitcher-or t wo, as well as a
short stop. ,
Decatur Review If Ross Thornton
could see that man Lewis play the left
'field he would be ablaze with jealousy,
A delay has been caused in the deal
to land Murphy, the Louisville outfield
er, by the refusal of another American
?:-'sociation team to waive claim on the
player. Lewee hopes yet to get his
Lawrence is still holding the Indica
tor in the Three-Eye league. He was
to have played with Bloomington and
his place taken by E. N. Cragg of Low
ell, Ind., but when notified to report
Cragg begged off, giving no reason.
Probably his nerve failed. President
Holland is thinking of putting Pat Fla
herty, an umpire on the staff last year,
back at work. He evidently would
like to arrange it so Lawrence would
o available to strengthen the Bloomer
outfield, if he Is still able to de-liver.
What good Lawrence with his lam"
wing can do Manager Conners, even
in his present emergency, looks a
problem at this distance.
Sceon.l I!a:-;'i)iau Earl Gardner, who
lias been released by Decatur, is goin
back to ilay wiili Austin. Tex. It ap
pears that he was stringing the report
ers when he told them of a deal by
which he was to become a regular
ini iiiher if the- Des Moines team.
Outfielder J. Levings
lea;-:ed by Peoria.
has been re-
Frank McGuire has been named by
President Holland as umpire and will
take the place of Mike' Iawrence at
Davenport at once.
Gotch Defeats Jenkins.
Kansas City, -May 21. Frank Gotch
last night di. feate-J Tom Jenkins for
the championship of America at catch-as-catch-can
wrestling. Gotch won the
first and third falls.
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