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And That Was the Way Rabbits
Won Sunday's Came From
LATTER BEST IN FIELDING
Davenport Rapidly Cinching Last Place
For End of the Sea
son. RESULTS YESTERDAY.
Rock Island, 1; Cedar Rapids, 3.
Dubuque, 7; Davenport, 2.
Springfield, 4; Decatur, 0 (first
Decatur, 6; Springfield, 1 (second
Peoria, 7; Bloomington, 2.
Rock Island, 3; Dubuque, 0.
Cedar Rapids, 4; Davenport, 2.
Decatur, 4; Bloomington, 3.
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Decatur at Springfield.
Bloomington at Peoria.
Cedar Rapids. Sept. 10. Rock Island
and Cedar Rapids played evenly yes
terday, the former excelling in the field
and the latter having a slight advan
tage with the stick. It was through
fche latter that the home team won.
Their errors were not costly and their
hits came at the right time to bring
scores. Lakaff was opposed by Owens,
and it was a toss-up between the two.
The contest was without special feat
ROCK ISLAND. R. II. P. A. E.
Carlisle, cf 0 1 1 1 0
Wanner, 2b 0 1 2 7 1
Swalm, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Vandine, 3b 0 1 2 0 0
Dowers. If 0 0 0 0 1
Rudd, lb , I 1 11 1 0
Cook, ss 0 2 4 1 0
Forney, c 0 0 4 1 0
Lakaff, p 0 0 0 2 0
i 7 9.1 1:: 9.
R. II. P. A. E
Boyle, If 0 1 2
Oakes, cf 1 2
Shaw, rf 0 1
Ball, ss 0 1
Ronan, 2b 0 1
Berry, c 0 0
Lizette, lb 0 1
Spencer, Cb 1 1
Owens, p 1 1
Total 3 9 27 14 4
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ...02 0 00001 3
Rock Island 0 0010000 0 I
Two base hit Owens. Double plays
Rudd to Cook; Owens to Lizette;
Lakaff to Wanner to Rudd. Struck
out By Owens. 3; by Lakaff, 3. Bas
es on balls Off Owens, 2; off Lakaff.
2. Hit by pitcher By Owens, 1. Um
pire O'Connell. Attendance 1,200.
Davenport Play Poorly.
Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 10. Timely
hitting by the visitors and poor field
ing and inability to hit the ball by the
locals gave Dubuque a victory. Score:
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A. E.
0 0 10 0
0 1 C 4 0
0 0 2 1 0
0 0 0 3 2
0 13 0 0
0 0 0 0 2
0 0 12 0
1 1 13 0 0
0 10 4 0
2 5 27 14 4
Bailey, c .
R. II. P. A. E.
Bosse, lb 0 0 15 0 0
McFarland, rf 0
Stark, 2b 0
Hannah, c 0 2 7
Blackburn, 3b 0 0 0
Swalm. p 0 1 0
Total 7 13 27 15 1
Score by innings:
Davenport 00002000 0 2
Dubuque 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 27
Stolen base Curtis. Sacrifice hits
Harrod, Hadley, Bosse. Two base
hits Eul, Reagan. Boses on balls
Off Swalm. 2. Struck out By Stroud,
2; by Swalm, 5. Double plays Burg
to Walters to Eul; Stark to Bosse.
Prorla In Form.
Peoria, III., Sept. 10 Peoria played
better ball and made hits when they
were needed. Score:
Thiery, rf 2
Lauder, If 1
Graham, cf 0
Bewar, 3b 1
Buelow, lb 0
Egan. 2b . 1
Raymond, ss 1
Simon, c 0
Stauffer, p 1
II. P. A. E.
12 0 0
Total 7 8 27 10 1
BLOOMINGTON. R. II. P. A. E.
Snyder, ss 2 0 2 5 1
Gray, cf 0 1 1 2 0
Barker, 3b 0 1 1 0 0
Ketter. If 0 2 1 0 0
Beck, rf 0 2 0 0 0
Vogel, 2b 0 2 0 6 0
Smith, lb 0 0 12 0 0
Wilson, c 0 0 7 0 0
Olson, p 0 0 0 0 0
Thorson, p 0 1 0 3 0
Total 2 9 24 1G 1
Score by innings:
Peoria .., .......2 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 7
Bloomington 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two base hits Thiery, Egan. Three
base hit Egan. Bases on balls Off
Olson. 2; off Thorson, 5; off Stauffer,
2. Struck out By Stauffer, 2; by
Thorson, 4. Passed ball Wilson. Um
pire Hoffer. . Attendance 2,100.
One Each at Sprlnftflrld.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 10. Spring
field shut out Decatur in the first game
of a double header and then dropped
the last.. Poor fielding was responsi
ble for the loss of the second game.
Schymanskl, a local pitcher, was given
a trial and pitched a fair game. Score:
Springfield . . .0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 4 10 0
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 3
Two base hits Swaclna. Novacek.
Struck out By Kinsella, 7; by Balli
Springfield ...00000100 0 1 7 5
Decatur 0 2 012 0 0 0 16 8 1
Two base hits Bomar, Lcwee,
Kuhn. Struck out By Schymanski, 1;
by Schreiber, 4. Umpire Wheelock.
DIBIUIK MADE XOT A SCOKE.
Inlander Shut Kvrmrr Champions Out
In l.jint C.uuie of Seanon.
The Islanders' timely hitting and
good base running in Saturday's game
with the Dubs brought them a victory
in the last game of the season with
the former champions. But three hits
were secured from Darrah, but two of
these came in at the proper time and
two runs resulted. Howard was in
good form and the Dubs were unable
to solve him when hits meant runs.
Blackburn secured a hit for three bas
es in the third inning with one gone,
but the necessary single was not
forthcoming and he was unable to
score. Darrah struck out and David
son failed to land safely. Rudd and
Forney electrified the fans with .two
singles in the seventh inning. In this
inning Dowers fas hit by a pitched
ball and went to third on Rudd's sin
gle. Cook hit to Hadley, but Dowers
was retired on a close decision at the
plate. Rudd stole second and went to
third on the play. Cook also sneaked to
second and Forney's single brought
them both across the plate.
In the eighth Carlisle got a base on
balls and Wanner sacrificed him to
second. He stole, third and came
home on Swalm's out by Hadley to
Bosse. In the ninth the Dubs' hopes
of scoring were shattered by a double
play. Hadley flew out to Swalm and
Reagan singled to cenier. Bosso rap
ped one to Cook and he settled things
by doubling 'em up via the Wanner-
Rudd route. Score:
AB. R. II. P. A. E.
.3 1 0 0 0 0
.3 0 0 3 4 0
. 3 0 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 1 2 0
,2 0 1 2 0 0
. 3 1 1 11 0 0
10 15 10
.3 0 0 1 3 0
,25 3 3 27 11 0
AB. R. H. P. A. E.
,4 0 0 1 0 0
.4 0 1 4 0 0
.4 0 1 10 1 0
,3 0 0 1 0 0
.3 0 0 2 2 0
,3 0 0 4 2 0
3 0 1 0 2 1
3 0 10 10
Cook, ss 3
Howard, p 3
Total 30 0 5 24 14 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 000002 1 3
Dubuque 00000000 00
Bases on balls Off Howard, 1; off
Darrah, 4. Three bafe hit Black
burn. Double play Cook to Wanner
to Rudd. Hit by pitched ball Dow
ers. Struck out By Howard. 5; by
Darrah, 2. Time of game 1:25. Um
Other Saturday famea.
At Peoria. Roach outpitched From
me. The score: R. II. E.
Peoria 000002 1 00 3 5 2
Springfield 0000 000101 G 5
Batteries Roach and Simon; From
me and Ludwig.
At Cedar Rapids The locals won by
a batting rally in the eighth. The
score: R. II. E.
Cedar Rapids .00001 00304 6 0
Davenport 001 100 00 0 2 7 1
Batteries Bridges and Berry; Eul
At Bloomington Bloomington field
ed weakly and batted poorly. The
score: R. H. E.
Bloomington .20000001 03 G 2
Decatur 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 04 10 2
Batteries Barker and Wilson; Bitt
rolff and Pierce.
SAWYER, OF WH EATON,
WESTERN GOLF CHAMPION
Though Handicapped In Morning
Rounds, Chicagoan Makes Sensa
tional Round in Afternoon.
St. Louis, Sept. 10. Handicapped by
being three down at the end of the
morning round, D. E. Sawyer, of the
Wheaton Golf club, of Chicago, relent
lessly pressed his opponent and after
carrying the match an extra hole, won
the amateur championship of the
Western Golf association from his fel
low townsman. Warren K, Wood, of
the Homewood Golf club, 1 -p on the
Glen Echo links Saturday
All the news all the time " TUB
Black Hawks Win Amateur
Championship of Twin
Cities. EXCITING CONTEST WITH HUBS
2600's Defeat Sherrard Black Hawks
. - Win From Otco Saturday
The Black Hawks claim the amateur
championship of the twin-cities as a re
sult of their defeat of the Hubs, reput
ed champions of Moline, at the Watch
Tower park yesterday afternoon by a
score of 10 to 9. The contest was one
of the most exciting in which the or
ganization has participated. After the
Black Hawks had secured what seemed
to be a safe lead In the early innings,
the Moliners went after Lawton's
curves and forged ahead. Leveridge
was substituted in the box and held
the visitors down while the Black
Hawks ran in two scores in the eighth
inning and won out. Score:
Black Hawks . .2 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 10 11 3
Hubs 0004 32 0009 a 3
Batteries Lawton, Leveridge, and
McCormick ; Belt and McGann.
Home runs Bruka (2), Ruths, Mc
Gann, Price. Bases on balls Off Law
ton, 1; off Leveridge, 1. Struck out
By Bell, 3; by Lawton, 2; by Lever
idge, 7. Attendance 1,000.
SOOOVt Defeat Sherrard.
Sherrard was taken into camp yester
day by the 2600's from this city, who
won by a score of 4 to 2 in an exciting
contest. Anderson for the Rock Island
team kept the hits down to five and the
miners failed to score after the open
ing inning. Features of the coutest
were the fielding of Thompson for the
2C00's and the batting of Tindall for
Sherrard, he getting three of the five
.10000020 1 4 9 3
onerraru zuuuuuuu u z ; s
Batteries Anderson and Wilson; Es
sex and Gibson.
Take Onco Into Camp.
The Black Hawks take considerable
credit upon themselves for the showing
they made against Osco, the fast Hen
ry county league team, Saturday. Both
teams batted and fielded well, but the
hoys from Rock Island bunched safe
drives and won. Score:
Black Hawks ...0200021 0 0 5 10 1
Osco . . ; 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 2 S 1
Batteries Egan and McCormick; Se
quist and Eickcr.
Three-base hits Bruha. Wilson, Sew
ard. Hit by pitcher McCormick.
Struck out By Egan, G; by Sequist,
G. Attendance, 150.
South HrlKhtN Win Unln.
The South Heights Sluggers defeat
ed the Elks yesterday for the third
time this season, the score being 9 to
G. The batteries wire, for the winners,
Kuschmann and Mannheim, and for
the losers, Samuelson, Woods and Duf
fin. The 2G00's lost to Sheffield in the
game Saturday by a score of 11 to 7.
FROM THE DOPE BOX
Connie Maek has drafted Catcher
Perry or Cedar Rapids for the Phila
Rock Island finshes the Three Eye
league season next Sunday with the
champion Rabbits bene.
Maloney and Stringer, respectively
infielder and catcher have been call
ed in to finish the season with Daven
port. They had been signed for next
Justice Roddewig rendered judg
ment against Jack Marinan In Daven
port for the $100 he subscribed to re
organize the team. Marinan was the
last to pay up.
Donnelly will put the Senators up
against the Chicago. Cubs at Spring
field tomorrow. Peoria decided that
the guarantee demanded was too big
or the coming National league champs
would probably have played the Dis
The Chicago Record-Herald yester
day published a cut of the Kewanee
semi-professional team which claims
the championship In their class in the
state, barring Cook county nines. On
the team are four former Rock Island
players, Lundin, Smith, Rebscher and
Although this it an off day arranged
to enable the teams to play off double
headers, Rock Island will play the reg
ular game and finish the series at Ce
dar Rapids tomorrow. There are no
postponed games at Cedar Rapids.
Wednesday the Islanders play Musca
tine in that city.
Peoria Journal: Fred Robinson, of
ficial scorer for the Peoria baseball
teams under the various managements
for five years, this morning tendered
his resignation to President Meidroth,
and Insisted that it take Immediate ef
fect. The cause for action, according
to Mr. Robinson, has its immediate
foundation in the recent league meet
ing and In which Player George
Hughes was temporarily suspended
under the charge of having falsely ac
cused Belden Hill with tampering with
Umpire O'Connell. This he holds has
been unjust The latest Indignity, the
official scorer holds, occurred yester-
day, when at a meeting of the local
board of directors Manager Charley
Buelow was charged with covering up
irregularities practiced by members of
his team, and told him that the Peoria
newspapers had conclusive evidence,
and would so testify. This Robinson
says is untrue and that instead of any
newspaper man even accusing ball
players of such action, they have de
fended them from similar charges
made publicly by President Meidroth.
Further, continues Mr. Robinson, Man
ager Buelow throughout the summer
has been constantly hampered in his
official actions by his superior officer,
Mr. Meidroth, even at one time going
so far as to threaten the team with
suspension and at the same time back
ing up his assertions by entering into
negotiations with a semi-professional
team to take its place, and just be
cause they lost a single game. Con
sidering conditions as they are, Mr.
Robinson feels "he can no longer sup
port the team under Mr. Meidroth's
management and therefore cannot con
sistently continue on the club's pay
Davenport is in u bad way for lack
of players. In addition to Davy Crock
ett, who has been called home for the
remainder of the season, the team is
now without th.e services of Catcher
Nieman, who wrenched the tendons in
his foot in sliding to the plate yester
day and will not be able to work again
this week. Outfielder Saxton has been
released and Roxy Walters today quit
the team, saying he has a job waiting
for him at Milwaukee. He remains in
good standing. The iron hand of Pres
ident Home seems to be having its effect.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
V. L. Pet.
Cedar Rapids 7S 39 .GG7
Peoria G9 4S .590
Springfield Gl 52 ..510
Dubuque 5S 55 .513
ROCK ISLAND 54 65 .454
Bloomington 51 70 .421
Decatur 4G G4 .418
Daveniort 45 G9 .395
W. L. Pet.
100 32 .75S
82 45 .GIG
81 48 .G2S
58 70 .453
5G 7G .42 4
51 75 .45
4S 84 .3G4
42 88 .323
Chicago . . .
New York . .
Pittsburg . . .
W. L. Pet.
New York 77 4S .GIG
Chicago 7G 49 ' .60S
Cleveland G9 54 .5G1
Philadelphia GS 5G .519
St. Ixuis G5 G1 .51G
Detroit 5G G7 .455
Washington 19 77 .3S9
Boston 40 SS .313
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 89 51 .G22
Milwaukee S2 G3 .5CG
Toledo 76 G7 .532
Minneapolis 7G G8 .528
Ixmisville 70 77 .47G
Kansas City G7 77 .465 j
St. Paul GG 77 .4621
Indianapolis 51 94 .352
Chicago, 7; Pittsburg. 2.'
Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis, 0.
Cincinnati, 3; St. Louis. 1 (7 In
nings). AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago. 4; Detroit. 0.
Cleveland. 3; St. Louis, O.
St. Louis, 3; Cleveland, 1.
Columbus, 3; Louisville. 2.
Milwaukee, 5; Kansas City, 3.
St. Paul, 9; Minneapolis. 0.
Indianapolis. 2; Toledo. 0.
Terre Haute, 3-4; Evansville, 0-4.
Grand Rapids, 4 3; South Bend, 3 2.
Dayton, G; Springfield, 0.
Wheeling, 6 3: Canton, 5 1.
Dcs Moines, 2-6; Sioux City. 1-7.
Omaha, 6-5; Denver, 2-1.
Lincoln, 6-5; Pueblo, 3 5.
Ottumwa, 7-6; Oskaloosa, 4-6.
Keokuk, 9-2: Burlington. 2 3.
Clinton, 1; Waterloo, 0 (12 innings).
Marshalltown, 7; Fort -Dodge, 4.
DAN PATCH AGAIN
LOWERS HIS MARK
Clips Quarter of Second Off and Makes
World's Pacing Record 1:55
St. Paul, Sept, 10. Dan Patch dem
onstrated his right to the title of "king
of pacers" at the state fair grounds
Saturday by breaking the previous
world's record held by him. The mile
was raced in 1:55 flat, cl'pping one
fourth of a second off his record es
tablished at Lexington last season.
Dan Patch finished strong, many unof
ficial watches catching the time a
quarter of a second faster than judges.
The record was smashed in the first
quarter. After scoring once he was
brought up fast under the wire and
the , running pacemaker had a hard
time to keep ahead. The time was
:2S',4. The next quarter, also a fast
one, being made in 2S, at the half
a third runner picked up the pacer and
accompanied him to the stretch, the
third quarter being paced in 29'i, and
the last In 28.
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DOWN FROM NORTH
Cams Lamb Boats and Captured
Everything in Launch
HANDICAP NOT EFFECTIVE
Racing Craft Prove Too Fast for Lo
cal Boats Over 6 Mile
Racing boats built by the Lamb
Boat & Engine works of Clinton, cap
ture! everything in sight in the rega
ta that took place on the Mississippi
in front of (his city yesterday. They
took first places iu all the races, but
magnanimously r linquishc-.l first priz
es in the races for launches of the 20
and HO-foot classes, being content with
the cup in the open race which they
must win three years in succession to
The hauriicappi rs rated the compet
ing craft by length alone anil the re
sult was unsatisfactory. Although the
Lamb boats, the larger brim; known
as Lamb I. and the smaller ai Lamb
II. were placed at .-cratch, they soon
easily passed all competitors and fin
ished a mile ahead.
The course began on the north silc
of Suburban ii-le and extended up to
the Crescent bridge, ending on the
south side of the island at which the
; tart was made. The distance was np
proximately six miles. There were
ovrr a Fcore of entries in both of the
class races and 10 of the fastest of
these were entitled timltr th" rules, to
compete for the cup. The speed
shown bv the Lamb boats in the ar
Her races caused a falling off in the
number of starters in the cup contest.
Second and third boats in the first
two races took the prize;;. In the race
for 20-foot launches the Chapeioin.
owned by Sanders Bros., of Muscatine,
took first, and the Arrow, owned by
Charles P. Hanley of Muscatine. 1o k
second. In the second race for 30-foot
boats, the Feiner Company, owned by
the I'rinei Fish company of Clinton,
took first and the Rieht'T, owned by
Ricliter Bros., of Davenport, finisliin
next. The cup race was won by the
Lamb I. in 2G:2i.
Season About Over.
Though hundreds were at the
grounds yesterday afternoon and even
ing, Saturday practically concluded
the season at the Watch Tower. The
moving picture exhibitions, which have
been given every evening for 12
weeks, were discontinued Saturday.
There will be two more concerts by
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THE HANDICAP CUP
W;th Gio-.b of 09. Scorrs 70 I't Tourna
ment E. C. Mueller and Lamed
Allen Tic for Second.
In the men's handicap matches at
the Roek Island arsenal golf I.nkr Sat
urday aficrjiooii, E. W. Hurst won th
eup with a net score of 7!. His grosi
see,;,, was H'.t, .e being allowed a ban
dicap of 20. 'fhe best net score.; were
made by E. , C Mmller and Lamed
Allen, who scon d 'JO arh and with a
handicap of 1 each tied for n-cttiel
place jri ihc m l results. Tin1 scoie;
were not so good, owing lo the ab
sence of Ardo and L' on MUe'ieM and
J. I. Cady. who wire participating In
the contfsts at St. liuis. The wrath
er was great for golf, but the grass I
getting quite dry on the green.-?.
The scores of the match wen:
Gross. Hdrp. Net.
E. W. Hurst 99
E. C. Mueller ;
Lamed Allen !0
V. W. Bnhnsen I'M;
Louis Hanssen. ,lr...l"2
W. D. Middlctou :2
N. D. Ely '.
B. F. Peck Ill
A. H. McCand'es.s ..M7
Wllsson. McClelland.. !'
. .ln?t 25 84
J. N. Van Patten ...l'"7 22 85
Francis Baker l'2 17 85
C. B. Schmidt !3 X 85
H. W. Cooper I-" 35 85
W. R. Alexander 1"H 22 87
Nathaniel French ...1"7 20 87
Schiller Hosford 115 2S 87
Victor Lit tig ins 20 8S
J. L. Thatcher 1"5 1 1 81
J. H. Hass U5 22 f3
Walter Chambers ... f3 P.l
H. L. Will ams 122 20 H'J
H. G. Pane '' H
G. W. French . .- 1 100
C. .1. Cooper 102 102
C. K. Mixtcr 100 100
J. L. Hecht 107 107
J. P. Maxwell 1"S KH
Charles Grille 133 20 113
J. P. Donahue 120 120
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Marks, L. M. Allen. S. K. Blunt. G. L.
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