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.TlJiUUiU5, JUNE 9, 1908.
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'TIS SAD TO TEtt
One Sorrowful Inning Sealed
the Islanders' Fate in Sec
, ond With Rabbits. .
VISITORS GOT TO JQE SC011
Amassed Four Runs and Be6t the
. Champs Could Do in Following
Innings Was Make Three.
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island. (Dou
ble header beginning at 2:15).
Another sad story has to be told In
regard- to the game at the Island City
ball park yesterday. The whole sad
ness came in one inning and that
round was the undoing of the champs,
although they made heroic efforts to
conquer fate. The Bunnies turned
four hits and an error in the second
inning into four scores and the Island
ers were unable to go them one better
in the succeeding innings, although
they nearly tied the score by chasing
three runs over the pan. Scott was
off color and the Bunnies found his
meat after the first round. Four bin
gles, one of them for two sacks,
earned two of the scores' and the rest
were the result of Swalm's error on
Brown's long fly. Al came up too far
on It and then failed to get back in
time andwhen he finally found it out
by the fencetwo runs had came over
the plat. Christy Wilson was called
upon to toss up the sphere in place
of Scott and while he held the Rab
bits to a single hit In the rest of the
game it was already lost,, for the
champs could not tie up the score, al
though they drove a twirler out of the
box in their attempts. Renzenbrink
started on the slab for thee visitors
and his wildness in the' fifth caused
him to take to the woods and gave
Kadabaugh a chance to perform which
he did very successfully lot' the re
mainder of the game, allcvihg but one
hit and no runs. '
Oprn Vp in Scott.
In the second .fining the visitors
opened up on Joe. Scott with a hit by
Mullen who was advanced a sack by
Simon's sacrifice. Laughlin hit safely
end drove Mullen to third and then
took second while Mullen was stopped
from crossing the pan. Then came
the disastrous error in the right gar
den, and the two men on base ar
rived home safely while Brown who
Vught to have been walking back to
the bench was prancing around cen
ter station waiting for Spencer to hit,
which same . happened, and - Brownie
scored. Spencer reached second on
the throw to the plate and came in
when Renzenbrink banged out a dou
ble to right field. Here Christy came
into prominence with his bewitching
smile hard at work .and after that
there was nothing doing.
The change was at once apparent
and the champs went after the man
with the big name and in the third
inning a pair of hits and a sacrifice
sent Boucher home. The new catcher
went to first on a pretty hit ovef
short, was sent to second by Wilson
and scored on Murphy's bingle in left.
The longer Renzenbrink pitched the
easier he was to solve and in the fifth
Inning Boucher started more trouble
for him with a base on balls. Wilson
received a like courtesy and 3'airphy
banged out another hit that scored
Boucher. Christy was out trying to
pilfer third but Cook reached first on
McAndrews' error and Murphy turned
it into a score.
IIhiI One More Chance.
That ended Renzenbrink's.turn in
the box and Radabaugh proved a hard
r.ut to crack, although the Islander
were dangerously near to tying the
game in the eight, when Swalm hit a
double and went to third on Novacek's
out at first. There was nothing doing,
though, for Berger was easy,
Swalm, rf .
Dowers; cf j
Wilson, p. .......
Davis, If. . . . . ......
Howard, 2d b. . . .
Simon, c. ........
A.B. R. H.
, 31 3
4 27 20 3
H. P. A. E.
0 0 0 0
Laughlin, cf ......
Brown, lb. .......
0 14 0 0
10 4 1
1 1 1 0
0 2 4 C
Spencer, ss. .. . ,
Totals .......... 31 4 5 27 16 3
1 Score by Innings: ,
Rock Island .........0010200003
Cedar Rapids '. . ". . ... 04000000 04
Bases on balls Wilson 1, Renzen
brink 3. Two-base hit Swalm. Ren-
,'zenbrlnk. -' DoVble play 'Berger-Nova-
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IF LADIES HELP WIN GAME TODAY
- THEY GET FREE SEATS TOMORROW
, President Rosenfleld is looking for
a mascot, fetish, lucky stone or some
thing that will change the champs'
fortunes of war. That .500 hoodoo has
been with us a long time. It "will take
three victories now to get past it and
there are but three games on the
home grounds, counting the, double
header tomorrow r before - a. grueling
trip outh. It is eminently desirable
tEat' we rise above the half waj sta
tion before - departing for it will be
hard to do so while . playing double
headers every series with the down
cek. Struck out Renzenbrink 1, Rad
abaugh 3. Sacrifice hits Wilson, Si
mon. ' Time 1:35. Umpire Jacobs.
Clinton Taken 3 Out of 4.
Clinton, Iowa, June 9. The league
leaders looked like novices, . the In
fants handily winning, 6 to 0, taking
three out of four fr&m Dubuque.
Baker had the visitors at his mercy
while the locals landed hard and often
on Gurney, pounding him .from the
box in the seventh. Score:
CLINTON. R.H. P. A.E.
Ohlartd, If .............1 14 0 0
Thiery, rf . 2 3' 0 0 0
Buelow, lb 1 3 15 0 0
Ronan. 2b 1 l 3 2 ft
Grogan, cf'. 0 10 0 0
Reitz, 3b .0 0 0 4 0
Nye, ss ...ft 13 7 0
Smith, c 11 2 1 0
Baker, p 0 0 0 1 0
Total .6 11 27 15 0
DUBUQUE. R. H. P. A. E.
Carr, ss .0 12 3 0
Genins, 2b 0 12 2 1
Miller, cf . . ..0 0 1 0 0
Plass, If 0 l 2 0 0
Vandine, 3b 0 t 1 3 0
T. O'Brien, lb 0 .0 9 0 0
Derringer, rf ..0 1 0 0 0
H. OTirien, c 0 0 7 3 0
Gumey, p 0 10 2 0
Most, p 0 0 0 0 0
Total 0 '6 24 13 ' 1
Clinton .0 0 03 1 0 2t) 6
Dubuque 0O0000000 0
Two base hit Ohland. Three base
hit Thicry. Bases on balls-Off
Baker, 2; off Most, 1. Struck out
By Baker, 2; by Gurney, 5; by Most,
2 Double plays Nye to Buelow;
Reitz to Nye to Buelow. Wild pitch
Gurney. Hit by pitcher Vandine.
Stolen bases Thiery (2), Nye. Time
1:10. Umpire Setley. "
IMti-hcr' nnttle at Bloouilncrtnn.
Bloomingtoh, 111., June 9. Bittrolff
and Syfert pitched fine ball, but the
former had a shade: the-, best of it,
being invincible with men on bases.
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P. A. E.
Long, rf J 0 10 0 0
Godwin, 3b 0 1 1 3 1
Melchoir, 2b ..; 0 1 7 2 0
Beck, cf 0 000
Ccnners, If o 0 10 0
Kuhn, lb , .0 0 11 0 0
Snyder, ss 0 0 2 4.0
Wilson, c 0 1 4 2 0
Syfert, p 0 0 0 5 0
Hoffman, 3b ...
Wagner, If ...
Tennant, lb ...
.0 4 27 16 1
R. H. P. A.E.
0 0 10'
Total 2 7 27 11 2
Bloomington .... 0 0 0000000 0
Decatur ........... .0 1 000 0 1 0 0 2
Three base hit Jeffries. Struck
out By Syfert, ,3; by Bittrolff. 2.
Double - play-Barkwcll to Tennant
Hit by pitched ball Barkweil. Bases
on balls Off Syfert, 1; off Bittrolff, 2
Time 1:30. Umpire Stickney.
- , , SquibletM. .
President Rosenfleld sat on the play
ers bench yesterday.
It is a shame to let one inning set
tle a game like that.
Bargain day tomorrow. Two games
of ball with Cedar Rapids, the first
at 2:15, -
Scott is out of whack some way so
far this year. Joe is all right when
he is alright. - 4
Boucher looks better every day. If
the bunch ever, strikes its gait there
will be nothing to it.
Manager, Cook is considering a
change in the batting order which may
help get runners around the bases.
Berger and Novacek seem to have
lost their batting eyes temporarily.
However, there is "no heed to -worry
about either of them, for they Will
figure among the swatters at the end
of the. season.
The experience - of the Chicago
White Sox In winning the top after
an uphill battle should give Rock Is
land courage. A' slight shifting of the
fortunes of war would put us among
the leaders. :":'-'
This is about the limit. ; Not only
Belden . Hill putting ; np his team i in
another city but the Cedar Rapids Re
publican has taken to putting Dav
enport date on the story of Its games
at Rock Island. ": ; ' w :yy .
V Wilson caught Reneznbrink napping
In the fifth; inning and hit his bat with a
pitched; ball before the opposing hat
ter was ready. The ball rolled . Into'
fair territory and Christy erinned and '
threw him. out at first before he knew!
what had "happened, : I
Some - naughts' hoy In ., the street
state teams. Today is ladies' day and
if Rock Island wins Mr. Rosenfleld
has figured but that it will be because
of the presence of the fair ones. If
they are a help today they ought to
be tomorrow also and so Mr. Rosen
field has figured. Therefore he an
nounces if . the champs are victorious
today the ladies will be given the grand
stand privilege free for tomorrow's
double header. He would like to admit
them to the grounds free, but that
would require the consent of the. Cedar
Rapids management. The first game
starts at 2:15. -
back of the grandstand yesterday
heaved a big, hard clod at an urchin
who-was taunting him from the top
row of seats and the missile described
a parabola and alighted with a loud
whack on the rail back of a young
lady sitting in a box, sprinkling her
with the fragments. Somebody will
get "hoited" if he does that again.
With Ball Players
Pitcher Liefield of Pittsburg is laid
up with rheumatism and will not be
able to work for weeks.
Dubuque seems-due for a tumble.
Having lost three out of four to Clin
ton the team is facing a hard series
in the lower end of the circuit. Yes
terday's results left Dubuque and
Springfield tied for the top.
Springfield, Ohio, which proved a
no account .town when in the Central
league has so far gone to the bad that
the Ohio State league has been com
pelled to open negotiations for the re
moval or tne team from that city to
Portsmouth. The fans seem thorough
ly soured on the game.
Eugene McGreevy has come to his
senses or else he has been terribly
wronged by the Bloomington corre
spondent It is given out that he has
reconsidered his determination to quit
umpiring and go to pitching again.
Mac is a success as an indicator hold
er but a has-been in the box.
Jake Atz's hit yesterday put the
Chicago White Sox in first place for
the first- time this year, though by
perhaps the lowest percentage that
any team ever held the lead in one
of the big leagues at this stage of the
race. The Sox are but .535, and they
will have to hump all the time to keep
away from Cleveland. St. Louis, New
York, Philadelphia and Detroit, all be
ing ;500'or better.
FIRST SETS ARE PLAYED
Brinkerhoff Wins Twice in Y. M. C. A.
The first of the series of match
games in the Y. M. C. A. tennis tour
nament ,were flayed yesterday after
iioon by Brinkerhoff and Wells and
Brinkerhoff and Young. Brinkerhoff
von both sets, the first with a score
of 6 to 4 and the second 6 to 0. More
games were played this afternoon.
The run from Silvis to this city
which was to have1 been last nigui
was 'postponed till Thursday.
NAZZAR0 BREAKS RECORD
Italian Driver Goes 2 Miles at Rate
of . 120 an Hour.
London, June 9. At the Brooklands
track yesterday Felice Nazzaro. the
Italian driver, made a world's auto
mobile record over a distance of two
and three-fourths miles, traveling at
the rate of 120 miles an hour, j
To Investigate Memphis Charges.
Memphis, June 9. President Kava
naugh of. the Southern league has
called a meeting to investigate the
charges brought by Stockdale in re
gards to ' the Memphis club throwing
the 1907 pennant.
Pirates Defeat Starl
The Pirates defeated tie Young
oiars yesceraay afternoon 7 fo C, Ray
Schaab and Ben Reidy being in the
points for the winners."
' , Honoring Old Glory.
Special .efforts are being made for
the fitting observance of Flag day
throughout the country. Patriotic ex
ercises will be held in our public
schools and ; in thousauds of homes
the American flag . will be displayed.
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TEAM IS PICKED
Seventy-six Athletes to Repre
sent America, at the Olym
EXPECT TO BRING THE BACON
Different Parts of the Country Repre
sented and Leading Stars are
New York, June 9. To represent the
United States in the Olympic games
which will be held In London next
month, 76 men, the pick of the coun
try's athletes, were last night selected
as the American team by the American
team committee. '..
The committee picked what is be
lieved will be a team of track and field
men that wiii bear the. American col
Dearborn, McGrath, Rose Sheridan
and Coe are some of those selected to
compete in the heavy weight and dis
cus events. Shepperd at the middle
distances, Hillman for the hurdles and
Ewry in the high and broad jump are
some other , selections.
We tern Men on Lint.
Included in the list are: J. J. Bren
nan of Marquette university, Wiscon
sin;' H. L. Coe of Michigan, G. A.' Dull
of Michigan, Harry J. Hebner of Illi
nois, F. A. Rowe of Michigan. From
the University of Chicago are Clark S.
Jacobs, J. D. Lightbody, N. A. Mer
riam and T. Mofflt.
In the supplemental list which may
be drawn upon to complete the list in
some events are: ,
C. B. Beard of Ames university,
Iowa; John Blankcnagle of Wiscon
sin, F. A. Borneman of Illinois, R. J.
Carr of Michigan Agricultural, B. Hag
gard of Drake, F. Young of South Da
kota, J. S. Schommer, University of
ON THE DIAMOND
W. L. PcL
Dubuque 18 10 .643
Springfield 18 10 .643
Cedar Rapids 15 12 .556
Decatur 17 15 .531
ROCK ISLAND ..J 13 15 .464
Peoria ,-....... 14 IS .437
Clinton 12 19 .3S7
Bloomington ..... .......12 .20 .375
W. L, Pet.
Chicago 26 15 .634
Cincinnati .. ... ..24 17 .585
Pittsburg-r. 2r is '.56i
New York 22 20 .524
Philadelphia 19 19 .500
Boston 19 23 .452
St. Louis 19 2S .404
Brooklyn 15 27 .357
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 23 20 .535
Cleveland, 24 21 .533
St. Louis 24 21 .533
New York 22 20 .524
Philadelphia 23 21 .523
Detroit ..... .22 22 .500
Boston ..J ...21 20 .447
Washington ..IS 26 .409
' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
W. L, Pet.
Indianapolis 13 18 .625
Louisville 31 20 .60S
Toledo ...27 19 .5S7
Columbus 25 24 .510
Milwaukee 23 24 .489
Minneapolis 21 23 .477
Kansas City ..22 26 .458
St. Paul 11 36 .234
! . THREE-EYE LEAGUE. "
Rock Island. 3; Cedar Rapids, 4.
CI in ton t 6; Dubuque, 0.
Bloomington, 0; Decatur, 2.
Peoria-Springfleld, rain. : ,
Boston, 2;, Chicago, 5.
Philadelphia,; Pittsburg, 5.
Brooklyn,.-2; Cincinnati, 3. ;
New York, 4; St. Louis, 0.
Chicago. 2; Washington, 1; .
St: Louis, 10; Philadelphia, 0.
Cleveland, 1 ; New York, 6.
Toledo, 5; Kansas City, 0.
Columbus, 10; Milwaukee, 5.
Louisville-St. Paul, rain.
WESTERN LEAGUE. ' -Omaha,
6; Lincoln. 5.
Burlington, 2; Qnincy, 1.
. Waterloo, 4; Oskaloosa, 2. ..
Kewanee, 3; Ottumwa, 2 (10 In
Keokuk. 2i Jacksonville, 1 (14 in
CENTRAL LEAGUE. -Grand
Rapids, 1; Dayton, 2. -South
Bend, l; Fort Wayne, 0.
Wheeling, 9; Terre Haute, 8.
Zanesville, 4; Ev'ansville, 8.' '
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New Editor of Spalding's Baseball
- Shortly after the publication of the
last Issue of Spalding's Baseball
Guide, Henry Chadwick, . the "father
or baseball," who for 28 years had
teen editor of the publication, died
after a "brief illness -whicR had been
brought about by his devotion to the
national pastime. Despite his ad
vanced age he could not resist the in
clination to be present at the early
college and league games of the year,
that he might witness the pastime of
which .he as so fond. The exposure
brought about illness which termin
ated fatally. His death made it neces
sary to select a new editor for the
Guide, and the publishers the Amer
ican Sports Publishing company, 21
Warren street, New York have ap
pointed John B. Fostec-of New York
to the position. Mr. Foster has been
directly identified with the activities
of professional baseball ,siuce 1889.
Prior to that time he had taken an
active interest in the development of
the history of the National league,
and had contributed largely to sugges
tions in regard to the growing im
portance of the national pastime
throughout the west, in addition to
playing amateur baseball In his school
days. While a member of the staff of
the Cleveland Leader in 1889 he was
assigned t6 the position of sporting
editor, and-sinca theAhas been iden
tified with professional baseball
through its many interesting vicissi
tudes. After resigning from the posi
tion of sporting editor of the Cleve
land Leader he removed to New York,
where he has acted as the baseball
reporter of the Evening Telegram, the
New York Herald, and the New York
American. At present he is the sport
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