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2-3 FOR NELSON
Story of the First Two Innings
Spells Skidoo for Peoria's
Erstwhile Winning Pitcher.
AND MOORE GOT HIS, TOO!
Rock Island's Hits Came Easv Yester
day and Peoria Was Beaten
From the Getaway.
Peoria at Kock Island.
Rlounilngton at Clinton.
Springfield at Dubuque.
Decatur at. Cedar Rapids.
Manager Donnelly did not pull gra.-
winle his team was being beaten 11 to
I by Uock Island yesterday. For the
first two or three innings he was kept
loo busy chasing the ball and afte-
that the game was past the grass pu!i
ing stage. Rock Island had thin;-.,
sewed up so tightly after the third in
ning that a whole stack of hay wou' I
not have saved it.
vwuiiMi ;eison, roona s pride now
i . .
mat uad Roach is no more, got his ir
just two sessions. In the second Ik
icw ueciuctuy sai'ky and gave two
passes in addition to three hits. Do.i
....11 -.t. .
" n aw a cnauce to save tin- tr.nne
uid sent Paul Moore in, but it was no
use. r or two innings Moore was treat
ed even more rudelv than Wlson lui.i
been, and after the score stood 10 for
Rock Island to get some for Peoria th
Disinters began to loaf on their job.
i-roin that on till the end times won
rattier dull, though the visitors did
perk up a bit in a couple of sessions
and rap the ball around the lot some.
1'layt-r SI:irlM Trouble.
It remained lor Dan Kearney, th
new left fielder who was in the gam
rr the first time, to start Nelson dow l
queer street. He singled, second man
up in the first, and O'Lcary scored hi.n
with a three-bagger. Vandine's flv
brought Danny home. With one out in
the second Dowers waited for a nas
Kng fanned and Howard got a life on
Nelson's own bungle. Then followed
a hit by Swalm. a pass to Kearne
ami another singe by O'Lcarv and
when the fog lifted three men were :v.
-t ttns juncture Nelson conclude;!
lie had enough and Moore took th
muuim. wanner started tilings right
away with a hit and Berger and Dow
ers eacli laced it out for two sacks.
Kng Hew but Howard got a hit and
stole second and scored on Swalm's
drive into save territory. The latter
was tagged oil first and Kearney mad.?
the last out. Four runs had counted
i nit linger iy anaine and singles
by Wanner and Berger let in auoth?
m the fourth. The last score in th
movent n was made on a pass to Dow
ers, a stolen base and a hit by Swalm.
Tlsx.i.Ii n e -it ,
. iwiui nvui im i iiowavu rainer m'
verely in the sixth, Davidson and Swa
cina each getting two baggers and
I'omieiiy a single. These gave two
runs. In the ninth more trouble was
expeiiencou in retiring the side. Don
nelly and Erickson were there with till
ing sucks, pounding out doubles an 1
Thiery brought in the fourth tally with
Wilton l.s Injured,
Wilson started to pitch but in th
first inning he split a finger in sto:
ping a natrod ball and was c-omnelled
to retire. Howard worked beautifully
till the last few innings, when he eased
up and Peoria began to hit 'em on..
won, who was receiving for Nelson.
in i.n.ii ,fl ni irKsim wnen iro
change was made in the box. Scon
ROCK ISLAND A.B. It.
II. P. A.
1 0 0
3 4 0
1 1 4
2 1 G
2 1 1
1 1 0
1 17 0
0 0 1
13 27 13
H. P. A.
2 0 1
1 G 1
1 0 0
1 10 2
1 1 G
2 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 1
9 24 11
Swalm, if .
Merger, ss .
Fog. 1b ...
Wilson, 11 . .
Howard, p .
Thiery, rf ..
Davidson, If .
Power, lib . . .
Swacina. lb .
lOgan, 2 b
Donnelly cf .
Raymond, ss 4
Frickson, c I
Nelson, p 1
Moore, p 3
Score by innings: '
Rock Island 2 34 10010 11
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 24
Hits by innings:
Rock Island 2 2531110 -13
Peoria 0002 010 3
Two base hits Berger. Dowers. Va 1-
uine, Davblson, Donnelly, Erickson
Swacina. Three base hit O'Lear
Bases on balls Off Wilson, 1; off How
ird, 1; off Nelson, 2; off Moore, i
Struck out By Howard. 4; by Nelson
1 ; by Moore, 2. Double plays David
son to Erickson. Sacrifice hits Swalm,
Stolen bases Swalm, Wanner, Berger,
Dowers (3), Howard. Time 1:35
Umpire's Carruthers and Daub
Srnntorn In Their C'Iiimh.
Dubuque, Iowa. Aug. 22. Both teams
bunched thplr hits in two innings.
Scharnweber's triple scored three runs
in the ninth after two were out. Score
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A.E
Shields, If 0 0 4 0 0
McGill, cf 1 2 0 0 0
lBosse, lb ....1 1 9 1
FACE TO FACE
Voungest Member of Rock Island Pitch-
This youngster, who is coming to be
more and more leared by liiree-Uo
batsmen is a Rock Island county pro
duct, having been born at Cordova.
April X, 1SSC. His work as a member
of the Kearney, Neb. independents ai
traded the atiention of the local man
agement and he was brought in and
;iven a trial at the end of last season.
He has a deceptive delivery in additio.i
to a full repertoire of curves, including
:i big in-shoot that few pitchers arc-
ever able to master.
2 0 2 0
2 3 1 0
u l o
1 4 o
0 2 0 1
O 1 3
S 27 15 2
. h. p. a. i:
0 I (I )
2 1 1 d
1 2 2 0
2 S 0 0
17 0 0
i :: l 2
0 1 I (!
10 7 0
'J 27 13 u
Companion, p ....
Scha i n weber, ss . .
Moore, i f
Score by innings
1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 o ;;
1 0 o o o ;', o o 4 s
Two-base hit Genius.
-Scha i n weber. liases on
balls Off Companion, 5: off Owens, 1.
Struck out By Companion, ;!; by
Owens, ;;. Stolen bases Shields, Mc
C.ill 2, Herbert, Hughes 2. Time 1 : 4o.
U ni p i re W i 1 k i n son .
All In (he- Ninth.
Clinton, Iowa. Aug. 22. The Infants
won a r markanly last game by a bat
ting rally in the ninth inning, Ohkin's
three-bagger scoring two runs. Score:
P.I.OOMI.NGTON. R. H. P. A. K.
Snyder, ss . ,
Connors, If ,
. . .0
. . . .0
P.i ck, cf
Kuhns, lb .
Wi.son, c . .
Jensen, p .
.1 !t 21
H. II. P.
Kaplian. cf 1
Harrod, :;! 0
Ohla-i. If 1
Corkhill, rf 0
Crockett, lb (i
Vogel, 2b 0 2
Vandergrift, ss 0 0
Geise, c 1 1
StaufTcr, p 0 0
Totals 3 S 27 IS 1
Score by innings:
Bloomington 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Clinton 0 000 00 0 03 3
Summary: Three-base hit Ohlan.
Two-base hits Vogel, Kuhns. Double
plays Stauffer-Vogel-Crockett; Van
dergrift" -Vogel -Crockett ; 1 larroil -Vogel-
Crockeit. Stolen bases Ebright. Wil
son. Corkhill, Vogel. Struck out Bv
Jensen, 3. Base on balls Off Stauf-
fer, 1. Time 1:05. Umpire Allen.
Fall On l.vliv. H.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 22. Rada
baugh held Decatur safe throughout
the game, while Lelivelt was knocked
out in the third. Persons, who succeed
ed him, was invincible, but the game
already was lost. Score:
H. P. A.E.
13 0 0
13 0 0
0 2 0 0
3 7 0 0
12 2 0
Davis, If ...
Oakes, cf . .
Pfyle, lb . . .
Brown, rf . .
Simon, e l
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PROVE FAST BUNCH
Straight Advice Forced to Go
2:06 1-2 in 2:20 Pace at Dav
enport Mile Track to Win. v
BEST CONTEST OF THE DA
Dana Patch Crowds Leader Close All
Three Events of the Afternoon
Taken in Straight Heats.
Ideal weather, a fast track, and t
big attendance marked the Great West
Jin circuit races at Davenport yester
i.... . ii .i....... ........ .
lay. -HI mi eu mm were WOI1 111
straight heats. The best contest was
.he 2:20 pace which was won by
Straight Advice. The fast bunch n
speeders in this race forced the time
'or the winner down to 2:062 in th
second heat, and but one-quarter of a
second slower in the final heat.
I:imi I'ltU-li Second.
Dana Patch, whose famous sire
broke the track record with 1:38V.
Tuesday, finished second in all thru
2:11 trot, purse $1,000.
Miss Marie, br. m., by Jay
Morse (Allen ) l
Daffodil, br. m. (Amerns) 4
Magare, b. 8. (Davis) ;;
Narka, b. in. (Smith) 5
Clara Cooper, ch. ni. (Allen).. 2 2
Breri, b. s. (Hayden) (;
Doctor M. also started.
Time 2:12'', ; 2:1 Hi; 2:12.
2:11 trot, purse $l.ooo.
Barajo, b. g., by Col. Cochran
Dixon, s. h. (Tulis) 2
Thelma, b. in. (Warner)
Pitt, b. g. (Patterson) 7
Barongale, br. h. (Chandler)...!
Fmily Fletcher, b. ni. ( Davis).. 0
Icelander also started.
2:20 pace, purse Jl.ono.
Straight Advice, ch. h., by Free
Advice (Allen) 1 1 1
Dana Patch, b. m. (Horsey )...2 2 2
Rollins, b. m. (Martin) :!
(Jeorge (!ano. b. s. (Davis ....1 4 4
The Dude and Ksche M. started.
Time 2 : OS , : 2 : ot;i. : 2 : 0f,i .
Henry 'oimly K:iir .
Th Henry county fair at Cambridge
is on this week and is drawing a b-g
attendance. The racing is except loy
ally good. Tomorrow, the last day, will
see the 2:21 pace with 40 entries, tli
27 trot with a dozen entries, and
the free-for-all pace with seven to
niausser, :!b 0 1 2 0 2
Radabaugh, p 0 1 0 3 0
Totals i . 5 10 27 G 2
DECATCK. R. H. P. A. E.
JeKlies, if 0 0 0 (I 0
Hoffman, ss 0 0 2 0 1
Wagner, If 0 1 1 0 0
Purtell, 3b 0 (I 0 4 0
Long, cf 0 1 1 1 0
Ttlinant. lb 0 1 5 0 0
Prout. 2b () 0 1 1 0
Powell, c 0 0 14 1 1
Lolivclt. p 0 0 0 0 0
Persons, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 0 3 24 7 2
Score by innings:
.0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 o
Decatur 0 0 0 0 no 0 0 00
Summary: Three-base hit Tennant.
Stolen bases Oakes, Howard, Pfyle 2.
Bases 011 balls Off Lelivelt, 1. Struck
out By Radabaugh, 5; by Lelivelt, 3;
by Persons, 0. Hit by pitcher By Rar
abaugh, 1. Umpires Setley, Spencer,
Only seven two base hits.
Kearney seems to have the earmarks
of a comer.
That ought to help the batting aver
Dowers was back in the game and
stole three bases.
Each of Swalm's three hits counted
iiiylhe run getting.
Kearney made Rock Island's only
error after a hard run in on a low ball.
Everybody goi a hit yesterday ex
cept Wilson and he did not have a
All the pitchers in the Three-Eye
league would not have stopped Ro.-k
Island's batting bee.
Erg was back on first. He made a
peach of a stop from Davidson's bat
that probably saved a run in the sev
Peoria deserves some credit for -one
tiling. None of the bobbles were vol
untary. They played steady, though
not enthusiastic ball, through it all.
Moore hit to right field in the sev
enth and Swalm threw him out at first.
Paul would have been safe but he neg
lected to touch the sack in the mixup.
FROM TtiE DOPE BOX.
Peoria claims an attendance of 51-
000 so far this season
The Rock Island association has not
ceased negotiations for new men and
hopes to have another surprise for the
baseball public shortly
Clinton has played more extra in
ning games this season than any other
team in the league and has lost every
one. They have played no less than 1
Walter Carlisle, who is known on th-3
coast as "Midget", has been sold to th';
Boston Americans by Los Angeles to
renort at the end of the season. The
price paid is $2,500. Carlisle has
the Pacific league afire since he leit
Larry Doyle made only four hits i 1
four times up against Chicago yester
day. The Cubs were slaughtered even
more completely than Peoria was a:
Rock Island yesterday.
Austin, the Hudson league lirstbase
man, who was picked up in Chicago a
few days ago, was released this morn
ing by President Spencer. Austin is a
good fielder in his position, but did not
come up to the requirements with the
Says the Springfield News: "What
has taken possession of tne team is
hard to sav. Evil spirits have entered
iheir midst, it seems, and have denior
ali.eil them. There are unconfirmed
reports that for indifferent playir.
and intraction of rules, there will bo a
number of suspensions. This slump is
awful; it is unexpected and unaccount
ed for; it is also unpardonable. The
team now in the field can play basa-
ball. They have demonstrated that
tart to tlie satisfaction ot every bug .11
the league, not bv spasmodic spurt
but by every day, day in and day out
good, winning ball playing. For that
reason the local admirers of baseball
aie not inclined to bo charitable or (
givo them the benefit of doubts
Scharnweber what he knows
those "evil spirits."
RECORD OF THE
W. L. Pet.
Decatur G3 37 .G30
Peoria G3 3S .(12 1
Rock Island 65 41 .613
Springfield Gl 40 .GO I
Cedar Rapids 5(i 4S .53$
nioonilngtoii 42 5!) .-IIP
Clinton 12 G2 .10!
Dubuque IS S" .173
Philadelphia G3 43
Chicago G7 4G
Detroit C2 43
Cleveland Gl 47
New York 51 50
Boston 43 Gl
St. Louis 45 G2
Washington 31 73
New York G5
Pittsburg .'. G2
st. Louis 31
Rock Island. 11: Peoria, 4.
Springfield, S; Dubuque, 3.
Clinton. 3; Bloomington, 1.
Cedar Rapids, 5; Decatur, 0.
Chicago. 1; Philadelphia. 0.
New York, 4; St. Ixniis, 3.
Boston, 5: Detroit, 4 (12 innings).
Cleveland, 2-G: Washington. 1-4.
Now York, 12; Chicaf - 4.
Boston, 7; Pittsburg, 4.
Cincinnati-Brooklyn, on game.
Philadolphia-St. Iouls; rain.
Milwaukee, 8; Columbus, 2.
St. Paul. 7; Ivouisvillo, 5.
Indiar.aiwlis, 1; Minneapolis, 0.
Toledo, 2; Kansas City, 0.
Waterloo. 1 ; Jacksonville. 0.
Ottumwa. 1; Keokuk. 0 (10 inning
Burlington, G; Oskaloosa, 1.
Marshalltown-Quincy; no game.
No games scheduled.
Play at Muscatine Sunday.
The Cross Country baseball team
has arranged a game with the Musca
tine? independents, to be plas'ed at Mas
catine next Sunday. The Muscatine
boys have been playing excellent bail
this season and the local players are
aware that they will have to go some
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THE PLAY IS CLOSE
Golfers in Men's Championship
Tournament Prove to be
SECOND ROUNDS NOW ON
Ardo Mitchell Put Out by W. B. Mix
ter After a Bad Start Leon
Mitchell Makes Best Score.
The scores made yesterday after
noon in the first round of match play
of the men's championship maun
were exceptionally good. A. W
Mitchell, L. W. Mitchell and W. I!
Mixter made scores under SO.
The match between Ardo Mitchjl!
and W. B. Mixter was exciting througii
out and the result unexpected. Mix
ter led from the first and at the turn
was two UI Mitfbell was niuihle -!
overcome this lead. At the 13th hoi 3
Mixter was 3 up with only four to play
It was clearly np to Ardo and he made
the best effort to recover that he has
ever made. He won the next two hole
111 4 and 3 each one under bogey and
fit the lith hole was 1 down. Despite
Lis efforts Mitchell was unable to take-
either the 17th or the ISth. The 17th
was halved. Both drove we'd over the
road on the ISth. Mixter's ball was 5r
the trees. He played his secom
Miaigiii as a line snot nut overran
He missed his third. Ardo's secon
fell short. He had a 15 foot put for a
3. Had he made this 3 he would have
won the hole and tied the match. The
hole was halved in 4 and the match
went to Mixter, 1 up. Both made 7:1.
Leon Mitchell who played against
Will Middleton made a 7S. the best
score of the day. He beat Middleton
) 2. Middleton played very we1!
and turned in a score of S2. Mitchell
had the lead from the start but the
match was close throughout.
Although the match between Deck".
French and J. D. Cady stood, at the
turn, 2 up in French's favor, coming
in Cady caught up with his man, pass
ed him and won the match.
R. S. Hosford defeated Will Voile
after playing an extra hole. The
scores were not as good as the others
in the championship class because of
poor playing on the first nine. M".
Velio covered the last nine in 37. O.i
the loth, a bogey 5, he holed his ap
proach for a 3.
Ki'muUn of IHi I'lny.
The results of the matches in th.?
different classes follow:
W. B. Mixter won from Ardo Mitc.v
ell, 1 up.
J. D. Cady won from Decker French.
2 up 1.
leon Mitchell won from W. D. Mid
dleton, 3 up 2.
R. S. Hosford won from W. L. VePe,
1 up 19 holes.
CLASS B CUP.
C. B. Schmidt won from H. G. Pane,
H. A. Barnard won from . L. Moore.
6 up 4.
M. N. Richardson won from G. W.
Burr, 1 up 21 holes.
E. C. Mueller won from Lamed Al
len, 1 up.
CLASS C CUP.
G. H. Baker wou from J. L. Thatch
er, 5 up 2.
R. C. Mitchell won from C. K. Mix
ter, 5 up 3.
J. N. Van Patten won from Fancis
Baker, 5 up 4.
F. C. Denkmaun won from Wilson
McClelland, 1 up 19 holes.
CLASS D CUP.
G. A. Price won from G. L. Eyster,
Frank Mixter won from J. P. Max
well. 4 up 3.
W. R. Alexander wou from F. E.
Hobbs, 1 up.
Harry Ainsworth won from E. E
Babbitt, G up 5.
CLASS E CUP.
F. G. Allen won from C. J. Cooper,
1 up 19 holes.
II. C. Wylie won from J. II. Trimble,
G up 5.
W. II. Reck won from Louis Orilfe.
J. P. Donahue won from Oswald
I Schmidt, 3 up 2.
BUT WILL HEREAFTER.
CLASS F CUP.
Otto H uber won from F.
sen. 1 up.
Nathaniel French won from
Lischer, 1 up 20 holes.
W. L. Allen won from Charles Grilk,
Charles Ebert won from Schillc
Hosford, 5 up 4.
Gust Tegeler won from U. II
Schmidt, by default.
Paulo Roddewig wou from E. H
Ryan. 3 up 1.
L.T. Hillman won from B. F. Peek, b
up 4. .
W. J. McCullough won from C. I.
Rochow, G up 5.
I'nlrimKN for Today.
The pairings for today are as fol
W. B. Mixter and J. D. Cady.
Leon Mitchell and R. S. Hosford.
CLASS B CUP.
C. B. Schmidt and II. A. Barnard.
M. N. Richardson and E. C. Mueller.
CLASS C CUP.
G. H. Baker and R. C. Mitchell
J. N. Van Patten and F. C. Denk--uann.
CLASS D CUP.
G. A. Price and Frank Mixter.
W. 11. Alexander and Harry Ains
CLASS E CUP.
F. G. Allen and H. C. Wylie.
W. H. Reck and J. P. Donahue
CI-VSS F CUP.
Otto Huber ind Nathaniel French.
W. L. Allen and Charles Ebert.
Gust Tegeler and Paulo Roddewig.
L. T. Hillman and W. J. McCullough.
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