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Ogden's Orchestra every day.
Moving Pictures every night.
This week: "Araboo Hunt,"
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Islanders and Senators Battle
19 Innings With Former on
Long End of Score.
TIED UP IN THE EIGHT!
Setting When O'Leary's Single
Brings in Swnlm and Breaks
up the Session.
Cedar Rapids ar Hock Island.
Duliuinio at Clinton.
Spiingfield at IVoria.
Decatur at lSloomini;tim.
Hock Island at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at liioomington.
Duhiitpic at Peoria.
Clinton at Decatur.
Swalm's two bagger. Murphy's sac
rifice and Dannie O'Leary's sing'.t
brought to a close a V.l-inning ganr
between the Islanders and the Sena
tors at the Island City park yesterday
aftiiiioon. The game was the longest
that has ever lien played by Threo
Fye teams, and the game will undoubt
edly set a record of long standing.
The Islanders secured two runs in
the eighth tying the score with t hi
Senators, .". to .". There v as then a
battle royal up uniil the last half t,t
the nineteenth when Swalm tallied f,
the winning score.
Wilson was on the slab for the 1;
landers and in the first eight innings
the visitors hammered him for 11 hi s.
four of them two baggers. He th-n
lightened, and held the visitors to four
stingy hits for 11 innings. His fieldi e;
of bunt d balls was one of tiie f m
tures of the saute.
Moore was on the slab for the Sri
arors. and although the Islanders on'.y
connected with the sphere in the lir--r
eight innings for six hits, on a two
baggi r. they never failed at any time
to pound the ball into the outfield.
Thornton had a star day with nin
chances, many of them difficult. His
error, however aided materially in ty
ing up the score. A couple of the hi:s
were pickt d off, a few feet from the
center garden fence.
The Islanders had an excellent
chance to score and break up the gam:
in the 1 (It li inning, but a hit could not
bo placed at ih right linio. r-i
Seiirc in I'lrHt.
! tic visitors secured their lust run
in the Inst, liioiuioti Jed nil and v;:a
iven transportation. Ruby sacrificed
Doyle hit to Wanner and was thrown
out at first, but on the plav Thornton
moved to third. .Novacek came up and
hit for a t wo bagger scoring: Thtirnto:i.
Smith fanned. '' '
The lslandi rs returned the compli
ments in the first by also tallying
run. Swalm was given a pass. Mir
phy hit to Hughes who juggled the ha 1
letting Murphy safe at first. O'Leary
sacrificed. With Vandine at bat. the
Senators tried a new trick. Firs;
liaseman Smith went over to Pitch.--
Moore and started a conversation, ap-
narentlv coaching him. and all th
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
; 1 6OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
l o o
une lie was watching Vaudiue cree:i
arther off second. When hn thoucht.
that Van was far enough off, he gave
Moore the wink and the latter threw
o Hughes, but alas the second baseman
played tag with the ballletting Vaf;
line safe, and Swalm came home o-i
be play for the first run. Wannei
truck out, closing the inning.
The Islanders also turned around hi
he second and pushed in another run.
bile the visitors were piaying tag.
Tighe went out on a foul fly to Ruby,
the ball being picked off the left wall.
Merger followed with a tip up to Doyle.
Dowers hit for a single, and stole see
ud. Wilson went down on an error
;y Moore. Vandine, running for Wilson,
tried to steal and was caught between
first and second base. While three of
lie Senators were playing tag with
Vandine, Dowers came in for the se.'1
nd run. In the third inning Vandine
-ingled and tried to steal second, but
was thrown out. Wanner singled.
Tighe went down on account of beta:;
hit by a wide, sweeping curve, and
linger was given a pass, filling ta?
bases. Dowers hit to Doyle at third
and Wanner was thrown out on his
way home. Dowers making first sack
on the putout. Wilson was there wi'.h
the single at the right time and score 1
In the eighth, on an error by one of
the Senators, a two bagger and a sin
gle, the Islanders pushed in two
scores. O'Leary opened and went on
on a short lly to Hughes. Vandine
grounded. Wanner hit a long one to
Ross Thornton in the center garden
and Ross made an error. Tighe hi;
for a two bagger ad scored Wanner.
Rerger put in a timely single and scor
ed Tighe. Wilson struck at three
wide ones closing the inning.
Other Score or lltirM.
The Senators secured their secon.l
run in the tilth on Smith's sinirl.v
Hughes' out and Scharnwebor's timelv
two bagger. Scharnweber was caught
between second and third and tout-In d
out. and lug Hill Ludwiir was causiht
by O'Learv's whin as he was trviug '.
steal second. They also tallied for
two runs in the sixth, by hard hitting.
Smith opened with a single, Hughes
hit a two bagger scoring Smith
Schr.rn weber went out on a long fly to
Swalm and Rill Lndwig followed wilii
a two bagger that socred Hughes for
number two in that inning. The vis
itors waylaid their fifth run in tie1
eighth, on Hughes' pass and steal, and
:i timely single by Ludwig.
The score was a tie at this point, and
the game was nerve racking from then
on. At turns each side got men on
base, but Wilson or Moore, as the case
chanced to be. tightened up and piiHl
out. Christy, in fact, became seeming
ly better as each inning passed. The
ltternoon wore awav and the sun !.o
jan to set, and for a time it looked as
if the game might be called on account
of darkness. And then came Swa.ri
with his second two bagger and
O'Learv's timely swat. Score:
ROCK ISLAND A H. R. H. P. .A. K.
Swalm, rf S 2 2 S 0
Murphy, If X 0 U 1 0
O'U'iiry, c 7 ll" 2
Vandine, 3b s 0 1 1 3
Wanner. 2b 7 1 1 I !
Tighe. lb 7 1 1 23 1
Rerger, ss 12 4 4
Dowers, cf K 1 1 3 1
Wilson, p S 0 2 1 12
Tctal C7 fill .".7 32
SPRINGFIELD ATI. R. H. P. A.
Thornton, cf f. 1 3 it 0
Ruby. If 7 0 0 3 0
Doyle. 3b S 0 3 4 T
Novacek. rf 7 0 1 2 0
Smith, lb S 2 3 20 0
Hughes, 2b 7 2 1 4 4
Scbarnweber, ss S (I 1 4 ?,
Ludwig. c S (I 3 !) 2
Moore, p 8 (I 1 0 4
Total .C7 f lG.-3 IS
One out when winning run wts
Score by innings:
R. Is'd 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 1-0
Sp'g'ld 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-5
Hits by innings:
R. I'd 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2-11
Sp'g'd 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1-1 fl
Struck out by Wilson. 8; by
Moore. 7. Bases on balls Off Wilson.
off Moore, 4. Two base hits Tighe,
Swalm (2), Hughes, Novacek, Scharr
weber. Ludwig. Thorton. Hit by pitch
ed ball Tighe. Rerger. Ruby. Doub.e
plays Wanner-Tighe. Wanner-Rerg r
Passed ball Ludwig. Stolen bases
Dowers. Smith (2). Hughes (2). Sac
rifice hits Ruby, Thornton, O'Leary.
Murphv. Novacek. Time of game
3:10. Umpire Carrttthers.
Diixt From Dlnnionil.
Tiche was there with his usual two-
bagger when something had to be did.
It was the second day Wilson had
worked. lie pitched three innings
Rock Island just had to win, though
ilesnair crent into many a heart more
That was the most baseball anv
Three-Eye league crowd ever received
in one package.
Tighe's errors were all on hard
chances and none of them counted in
the final results.
It was a wearing day for the fans
Even Os Bruner fell off his perch along
about the 17th session.
Umpire Carruthers called Thornton
down yesterday for making personal
remarks to Wilson from the coaching
These Senators are a stubborn bunch
That will be an interesting four-session
wrangle with them down in their own
lot next week.
Thornton's timely error In the eight!
(partially evened up old scores with
him- And then Wnen he led in tne 14tk
CIPUTCPQ MECT flM
rlUri I CllO 111 I. CI Ull
Rudolph Unholz and Billy Purtell atv
Backers Will be Carried to Bat
tle Ground by Boat.
Jack Purtell and Rudolph Unho.:
are declared fit for their battle tomor
iow under the auspices of a number of
Moline sports. The steamer Whitn"
and barge have been chartered and
will leave the foot of Sixteenth stree
Moline, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'eloci
for a trip to unknown regions. Tin
fight will probably take place on sotiu1
island. There is a $2."ii purse up am:
Purtell says if he loses it will be hi.
last fight. The men are supposed tt
meet at 133 pounds.
Papke Knocks Out Walker.
Detroit, Mich., June la. It took Billy
Papke of Spring Valley, 111., just a ft; a
seconds more than one round to di :
pose of Foster Walker, the Detroii
middleweight, at the Light Ouard ar
mory last night. The Illinois terroi
took Walker's measure beftre the mid
dle of th introductory round. Pap.;e
knocked Walker down twice in the
first round and put him away for keep'?
10 seconds after the second round
with a two-bagger and was compelled
to die on base, the crowd began to feel
sorry for him.
The fielding of Thornton, Ruby,
Wanner and lierger was brilliant. Roeii
Island's outfield did not have much
chance to show what it could do.
Two Davenporters made themselves
conspicuous in the grandstand by their
rooting for Springfield till the eighth
when the score was tied. Then the
characteristic Davenport tpiitting habit
asserted itself and they sneaked.
"Smiling" Charley White of Spald
ings, Chicago, saw the game from a box
in company with M. H. S.xton of Roc;;
Island, .lames T. liayts of D:-. ven port,
and others. Mr. White is being made
the leeipient. of many attentions, includ
ing auto rides, dinners, etc.
Lot the ground keeper cut the grass.
A ball was lost in front of the grand
stand yesterday anil it was necessary
for Wilson to come in and find it. A
lawn mower excursion out in Uerger'-t
territory also would enable that speedy
fielder to cut off more of those scratch
Four times in those extra innings
Springfield opened with a hit and the
runners wrre either nipped off through
close watching of bases or left to die.
in 1 no null it took a double plav to
save the day. Rock Island got two men
on witn one out in the l.tli. ami two
on with nobody out in the lsth, and yt
failed to tally.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, .lune 1.". Dat
ing base running figured largely in the
meals victory, aim iwo passes with an
error in the eighth helped. Owens kept
the hits scattered ami gave two passe
'M CEDAR RAPIDS.
'M Davis. If
! Oakes, cf
0 Shaw, if
R. H. P.
Clevenger, ss ...
R LOOM INO TON. R.
Donovan, rf 1
Snyder, ss 0
Herbert, 3b 0
Syfert, If 0
Heck, lb o
Jialiam, cf 0
Ebright, 2b 0
Wilson, c 1
Nelson, p 0
Totals ...2 C 21 1C
Cedar Rapids 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
Rloomington 00000101 0 2
Stolen bases Davis (2), Herbert
Lbnght, Wilson, Clevenger. Two-base
hit Owens. Double plays Oakes-Clev
enger; Syfert -Reck; Ebright-Snyder-
Heck; Graham-Reck. Struck out by
Owens, 2; by Nelson. 3. Rases on balls
iff Nelson, fi. Passed ball Wilson
UiiIim Surprise TlifiiiNrlvrn.
Dubuque, Iowa, .June 15. Dubuque de
feated Peoria in a hotly contested game
0 to 4. The locals experienced a sud
den batting spurt, and the victory re
DUBUQUE. R. H. p. A.E
Ixmg, If 2 1 2 1
Hadley, ss 1 0 3 5
W hite, c 1 3
Schultz, cf 1 1
Bosse. lb 1 2
Cenins, 2b 0 1
King, 3b 0 0
Stark, rf 0 0
Wilder, p 0 0
Totals C 8
PEORIA. R. II.
0 0 0
1 0. 0
0 2 0
4 2 0
4 0 0
5 0 0
24 11 1
Thiery, rf 1 2
Dr-vidson, If 0 1
Bewer, 3b 1 1
Swacina, lb 0 2
Egan, 2b 0 1
Donnelly, cf 1 0
Mrickson, c 0 1
Derringer, ss 1 0
Moore, p 0 0
Dubuque 20013000 C
Peoria :.. 01020000 14
Two-base hits Bosse, White, Erlck
son. Bases on balls off Wilder, 3; off
Moore, 1. Hit by pitched ball Kling,' Lincoln, 0; Denver, 2.
3ewer. Struck out by Wilder, 8; by
Moore, 2. Double play Genins-Hadley-VVhite.
Stolen bases Schultz, Cenins
(3), Derringer, Thiery (2). Umpire
Allen. Time 1:45.
Infant Drop Hark.
Clinton, Iowa, June 15. Though the
Infants outhit the visitors, Decatur's
aits were more opportune and won for
the Illinoisans. Score:
VIoore, ss 0
Prout. 2b l
rennant, cf 2
Purtell, Cb 2
Wagner, If l
3olan, c o
H. P. A. E.
0 13 0
2 5 1 0
2 4 10
1 1 1 ;1
2 2 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 11 0 0
10 3 0
9 27 12 1
II. P. A. E.
0 3 3 0
3 13 0
1 12 1 0
13 0 0
0 0 3 1
11 27 13 2
leffries, rf . . .
la n od. 3b . .
Crockett, lb .
Vogel, 2b i
Dudley, rf n
Lemon, c i
-elivelt, p o
Decatur 2 0 0( 0 2 0 2 0 0
cl't:o'i 0 0 0 2 0 0 o 1 0 :i
Two-base hits Crockett Purtell, Ten-
nant, Vogcl. Struck out by Homar, 4;
by Lelivelt. Hit tiv .,;t,.i,,,.- i.
.... j.iiu, i ijj jeu-
velt, 2: by Romnr 1 sinter, i.n.-ho
t 'out, lennant. Pin-toll, Jeffries
Wibl pitch Lelivelt. Time l:2u.
pi re O'Connell.
RECORD OF THE
! PENNANT RACES
Chicago . . .
Cleveland . .
New York . .
St. Louis . . .
.3 1 2
New York 31
Rrooklyn . '. . .Tl 1 .'. i5
St. Ixuiis h
Columbus 31 19
Minneapolis ..... 2f! 21
Toledo 2f 22
Kansas City 24 24
Indianapolis 27 2S
Milwaukee 23 27
Louisville 21 27
St. Paul 21 31
South Rend IS
Terre Haute 18
Grand Rapids 17
Omaha 30 21
Des Moines 27 19
Lincoln 27 21
Denver 21 21
Sioux City 22 24
Pueblo 14 35
.: 1 o
Rock Island, C; Springfield. 5 (19 in
Cetlar Rapids, 3; Blooniington, 2.
Dubuque. C; Peoria, 4.
Clinton, 3; Decatur, 0.
Chicago, 4; Brooklyn. 2.
Pittsburg, 2; New York 1 (12 in
St. Louis. 3; Boston, C.
Cincinnati, 4; Philadelphia. 5 (13 in
New York-Chicago, rain.
Boston, 4 ; St. Louis, 3.
Columbus, 3; Kansas City, 4 (11 it
Indianapolis. 4; Minneapolis, 8.
Louisville. 2; St. Paul, 4.
Toledo, 2; Milwaukee, 1.
Omaha. 3 Sioux City. 4 (14
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Cedar Rapids i. hen- tomorrow.
Walter Carlisle in four recent coi
secutive games with Iis Angeles made
three- homers. His team leads the
Rill Sweeney broke into the gain;
against Rrooklyn at Chicago yestenh'y
taking the place of Tinker, who teste.!
his charlov horses. Sweeney made
good impression and also an error.
Y'estirday was a day for extra ir-.-nings.
It took Philadelphia 13 innings
to tlefeat Cincinnati, and Pittsburg 12
innings to trim the Giants. Sioux
feated Omaha in 14 innings. In
Iowa league Rurlington lost to Water
loo in 15 innings 411 d Jacksonville
trimmed Ottumwa in 11 sessions. A. id
tere were others.
Tin re was a spasm at Decatur
other tlav when a rumor became
alent that tonus had bet 1. closed
which Swalm. the pitcher, was to
secured from Dubuque. While no:
definite has developed it is known
the management is still after Swalm.
There is going to be a desperate ef
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Newspapers of the
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league are hand
that Dubuque !s
at Dubville they
but no doubt are
It seems certain
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are not saying much,
pretty busy thinking
his gait cannot go on mich
If Dubuque could not sup.iort
division team what can be expected
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