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THE ARGUS, 'MONDAY. JULY 10, 1900.
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TWO TO DISTILLERS
First Game Goes Thirteen In-
nings With a Score of
5 to 4.
TIMELY HITTING COUNTS
La lea ft'
YYiKoii on the Mound
Inlanders Have Had
Dubuque at Kek Island.
Decatur at I'foria.
Springfield at Bloomington.
Davenport .it Cedar Rapids.
Peoria, July 10 (Special.) The Is
landers wore ui.nmed twice by narrow
margins in the camp of F. Donnelly
yesterday afternoon. The scores wort-
and 4 and - and 1. 1 he first same
went IS innings.
The douU'' win' can be easily traced
to the clever pitching or Messrs. Gil
bert ami Rogers, and timely work
with the willow.
In th- first game every one of thes
Islander runs was earned and came
as the re.-ult cf hard hitting, but Gil
bert who .was on the mound in this
contest. iut up a splendid exhibition
of seieniinc pitching in the pinches.
For i lie Islanders. Wilson pitched
the opener, and aftor a poor start in
which the Distillers: counted two in
the firsr and two in the fifth, managed
to settle dov.n and twirl gilt edge ball
up to the 13t!i. when the locals got to
hi.-n for the winning tally.
Bui for a disastrous first inning Lak
aff illicit have possibly won the sec
ond game for the Islanders. However
the two Distiller counts in the initial
stanza proved a too severe handicap
to net him a win.
IligftiiiM' Throning Feature.
Both games teemed with sensational
fielding on both fides, while the throw
ing of Higgins in nabbing base runners
was a distinct feature of the double
hill. But one Islander Swacina
managed to pilfer a bag in the two
contests. Swats takln? third in the sec
ond inninqr of the first aranie when
Xetzel dropped Higgins' pretty peg
The double victory of the Distillers
was obtained in the absence of Man.i-
ger Donnelly, who. lying in bed with
a badly wrenched back, was informed
of i he progress of the double battle
over the telephone, inning by inning.
Catcher Higgins acted as field captain
for the day.
After the Islanders had been retired
in the first inning of the first game the
Distillers opened up the fire on Wit
i-on. Xetzel led off with a beauty
left. Vandegrift popped out to Star
Biltz doubled to right. Xetzel pulling
up ar third. Smith was there with
tinieh' single, scoring Xetzel and
Hiltz. Reynolds and Rowan were easy
A double by McBride and Kelley's
ingle in the second gave the Islandois
one and they assumed the lead in the
third when Wiison singled.' scored on
.Murphy's triple 'and Murphy counted
on Mfloan s sacrifice flv
The lead of one was overcome by
e Distillers in the fifth when the
Island infield crumbled. Higins 'led
off v illi a single to left and was fol
lowed by Gilbert, who punched one
thiough to right. Xetzel laid down n
pfifect imnt. Wilson throwing the ball
wild to Swacina, Higgiii:; :-.?o:ing and
Gilbert coming home and Xetzel taking
third when Swats hurled wild to th.
plate. Th next three up were eay
outs to the infield.
Gilbert was going strong until the
ninth, when Jaeobson, who had suc
ceeded Meloan in the right garden,
fust up. hit for three bases. Swacina
followed with another iriple. the ball
going over Cut liberty head, and the
score was tied. McBride hit to the
right field fence. Hiltz making a
pretty catch of the fly that followed
it with a remarkable throw to the
plate, nailing Swats, and saving the
game then end there. Kelloy was re
tired by the infield.
Out of TIrIi Pinch.
Then came the hard. long thrilling
grind to the 13th. With but one gone
in I he loth, the Islanders manage! to
put men on recond and third, but Gil
bcit. pitched -.himself out of the hoie.
striking out Mnrphy in the extremely
The Distillers' had n chance in th?
11th. when Smith walked after Biltz
had been retired. Fred stole seconi.
and when Reynolds skied out to right
find Dave Rowan was given his first
real opportunity to win the came.
Tighe, however, sized Dave up as dan
gerous and oidered Wilson to pass him.
Dave dared Wilson to put one over
for him. but Wilson obeyed orders and
Rowan walked, leaving Cuthbert be
hind to fan. '
Retired in, order in the 12th the Dis
tillers came In for the winning 13th.
Vandergrift led off with a single to
left and was sacrificed to second by
Biltz. Smith walked.. Reynolds pop
ped out to Berger. Then Rowan step
ped up. With a craek he smashed the
second ball over to left field. Vande-
inft romping home with the winnin
ROCK ISLAND.' A.B. R. H. PO.A . F
Murphy, cf . .0 1 2 1 0 0
Berger, ss '.. fi ft 1 4" 5 0
Meloan. rf ..... .... 20,03 21
Jaeobson. rf .. . 3 1 1'2 0. 0
Swacina. lb ..: C 1 2 20 0 1
McBride, If .... 4 0 0 1 1 0
Kelley. 3b ......... 4 0 .; 2 1 10
Stark, c 5 0" 0 7 2 0
Vosel, 2b .... . .v. ......3' 0 120 0
Wilson, p .......... 4 12 0 p i
- Totals 43 4 1138 20 3
PEORIA. i A. B. R. II. PO. A. K.
Xetzel. 3b 5 1 2 I 5 0
Vandegrift, 2b 1 2 4 4 1
Biltz. rf -r 114 1 0
Smith, ss 30 1 ' : 1 1
Reynolds, If " 0 0 2 0
Rowan, lb ....." ' 2 12 1 ft,
Cutabert. cf 5 1 -'1 "
Higgins. c 12 S 4 ft
Gllhf.it. p 4 1 1 1 2 0
Totals 44 5 12 30 19 2
Two out when winning run was
Peoria 0 20002000000 15
Rock Island ... 0 1 2 0 0 0 (Ml 1 (I 0 0 0 1
Stolen bases Vandegrift, Smith,
Swacina. Meloan. Two base hits
Swacina, Biltz, Cuthbert. Three base
hits Murphy. Jaeobson, Swacina
Sacrifice hits Biltz ."Gilbert Meloan.
Double plays McBride to Stark; Wil-
son to Berger to Swacina; Cuthbert to
Smith; Bibz to Higgins; Gilbert to
Higgins to Vandegrift. Bases on ball's
Off Gilbert, 3; off Wilsfln, 5. Struck
out By Gilbert, fi; by Wilson, 3. Hit
by pitched ball Wilson. Wild pitches
G illicit. Time of game 2:15. Urn
pire Hollingsworth. Attendance
As in I he first contest the Distillers
opened things up from the very start
in the second contest.
Uio islanders had been retired ;i
order in th? first half when Netzel
opened the Distiller portion with a
safe drive to center. Vandegrift sac-
rificed and Biltz counted Miles with
a double to right. Heniie counting
when Smith poked one to right center
Smith stole second. Reynolds was out
ogel to Swacina. Smith taking third.
Rowan walked and stole second. Cuth
bert popped out to Swacina retiring
Rogers held the enemy within his
grasp in every inning up to the eighth
With Vogel gone in that session, flak
aff poled the first clean Islander singl ;
oi tiie game, .viurpny survived on
Smith's error. Berger beat out
scratch hit to second and the bass
were full. .Jaeobson singled to right
storing Iakaff and rounding first at
full tilt. Murphy was held at thirn
and Jaeobson had Berger In a bad lend
way off second. Biltz threw the ball
home to Higgins. Higgins heaved it to
Rowan, who ran down Jaeobson and
then got the pphere home again in
time to get Murphy, who took a gan
oier s ciianeo on jjowan s ability !o
remain cool under so wieid a condi
tion.' It was the final chance the Is
landers had of winning the game
l.akaff allowed the Distillers but
one hit after the first Inning and ex
cept in tne sixtn wnen two passes
and a sacrifice put Biltz and Smith
on second and third the locals nevr
threatened the pan. With Rowan un
in the sixth. Biltz was caught in an
attempted squeeze play, and Rowan
went out to the infield. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. A. B. R. H. PO
Murphy, cf . . '. 4 0 1 2
Berger, t I u l 1
Jaeobson. rf 4 ft 2 1
Swacina. lb 4
Stark, c ;
Lak aff. p
..34 1 li 24 12
Vandegrift , 2b
A.B. R. II. PO.A. i:
Reynolds, If . . ,
Cuthbert. cf . . .
Totals 27 2
Rock Island ftftftOOftftlft 1
Stolen bases Vandegrift, Smith
Rowan. Cuthbert. Two base hits
nolds. liouhle plays Jaeobson to
Jerger. Baser on balls Off Lakaff
off Rogers, ft. Struck out By Lakaff,
I; by Rogers, fi. Time of game 1:3ft
I'm pire Hollingsworth.
Itoth to nlooiiilngton.
Blooininglon. 111., July 19. Bloom
ington ran away with two farcical
games yesterday,- defeating Dubdque,
9 to 4 and 7 to 2. Score of first game
BLOOM IXOTOX. R. H. P. A. E.
Long, cf 1 1.3 0 0
Keenan, 3b ...... ..' 0 0 2 1 1
Cutshaw, 2b -1-1 5 1 2
Melchoir, lb 11 fi 2 1
Xoyacek, rf yv. ; . 2 2 1 0 . 0
Snyder, ss .... .... .1 1 5 -4 0
Smith, c -.71 0 5 0 ft
Erwin, If i n ft 0
Steen, p 1 1 ft 4 ft
Total 9 9 27 12 4
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A. E.
Taylor, If 0 0 2 0 0
Hauser, ss . . . 0 0 2 1 2
Backoff, cf 0 0 2 1 0
Daringer, if 0 0 2 0 0
Vandiue, 3h 1 'ft 2 3 0
Ierehen. lb 1 1111 0
Ahring. 2b 1 1 2 C 0
Xunemaker, c 0 1 13 fi
Wilder, p ..... i n ft 2 0
ESht. p '..'.,... 0 0 0 0 0
Total ............... 4 3 24 17 2
Bloomington ... 02007000 9
Dubuque ....... .0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 24
Stolen bases Snyder. Smith. Two
base hit Lerchen. Three base hit
Steen. Home run Melchoir. Double
Play Snyder to Melchoir. : Hits Off
(Continued on Pago Six.) , -
TEAM IS BACK;
THREE ON CARPET
resident Sexton Disciplines
Players Because "of Contro
versies Witb Umpires.
MANAGER TIGHE IS ONE
Murphy ami .Meloan Are Relinked
Playing Oil' Tit" Game
The Isllanders returned today
from Peoria, concluding one of the
most disastrous trips the team has
made so far this year. They went
away in the lead by a narrow margin
and came home in second place by
some 30 odd points.' Despite the
fact that six out of nine games were
lost during the trip, the Islanders
played good ball and we still think
we have the best team in the league.
Today is down on the schedule
as an off day, which gave the Island
ers and the Prodigals a chance to
play off the tie game of July 4. To
morrow Dubuque comes for a pair of
games and then come in order, Pe
oria for three games. Bloomington
for three, Springfield for three, De
catur for two. and Cedar Rapids for
three. This long run of games at
home will very likely put the Island
ers at the top of the heap again and
with an even break of luck they can
be counted upon to remain there for
the rest of the season.
- Plnyrr I nrtT DlNelpllnr.
.Manager Jack Tighe and several
of the Islanders are in bad with
President Sexton as the result of
some alleged misdeeds at Peoria
Funny man Shaffer, who performs
his monkey antics on first base for
the Davenport team, is probably the
man who causes most of the troubles
which confront the Islanders while
they are on the road. The monkey
makes it his business to spread
stories throughout the league which
cause the umpires and the manage
ment to look with suspicion upon
Tighe and his men whenever they
land in town. Shaffer tells them that
Tighe is a bluffer and worse than
that, and the result is everybody is on
the lookout for trouble when the
Islanders land in town. When any
one is looking ror trouiiie it is easy
to find it, and that is what occurred
in Peoria. Jack and Murphy and
Meloan all made protests or some
of the umpire's decisions in Friday's
games and Shaffer's stories caused
these protests to appear like a real
war to those who were looking for
trouble. Shaffer can, grab the arm
of an umpire and yank him around
to his heart's content, but he is so
silly that it does not cause offence,
If TigTie makes a protest, however
it is a crime which cannot be over
looked. -This is said with reference
to umpires, not to the league's head
He made several strenuous protests
in Friday's name and the result was
the language he used and the fact
that he had made strenuous protest,
was telephoned to President Sexton
by the president of the Peoria club
and the umpire also made a report.
The head of the league, of course,
has ..to investigate the charges and
he promises to hand Jack something
which will flatten his pocketbook. in
case he finds that there is anything
more than spite work behind the
reports and charges.
Murphy showed his anger at one
of, the decisions of the umpire by
picking up a pebble and tossing it at
that individual. This cost him 1ft
bones. Meloan suffered from a poor
decision of the umpire and when he
made a kick he was put down on the
list with Tighe and Murphy. He re-
tMiveu . a reprimand irom rresiaent
Sexton and a warning that-if he is
reported again he will have to warm
the bench for a time.
II Ik hi KIikI of IVp. All IHkIiI.
President Sexton is perfectly right
in enforcing good order in the
league, and it is undoubtedly mortify
ing to him to have bis attention called
so frequently to misbehavior on the
part of members of the. team repre
senting his own town. It is to be
hoping from this on there will be no
cause for complaint. Rock Island
has both the best manager and the
best team in the league and the pa
trons of the game like plenty of pep
and ginger, but the players will
serve all ends better by cutting out
anything that ciiher the other clubs or
the umpires can lake exception to.
LINE '0 DOPE
. Pitcher Keupper has been return
ed to Indianapolis by Peoria.
Pitcher Zeke Ferrias, late of Ev
ansville. has joined Bloomington. He
hails from Chatsworth. 111.
J. Evers . got a , rousing welcome
from the home folks when the Cubs
played an exhibition game at Troy.
N. Y., yesterday. Fifteen thousand
fans were present. The Cubs won.
The Detroit management figures
that in cash paid the players traded
to boot for Bill Lelivelt, the purchase
price Is "equivalent to $6,000. Mo
bile secured Bill from Decatur last
fall for ?C00.
Daly, Springfield's premier, is laid
up for repairs. He took a flyer over
the ball yard fence, caught a rin;
on his finger in a nail and tore the
digit badly. Fellow, players had to
unhook him from the fence.
No loyal fan 'is worried or angry
because the team came home In second
place. We all believe in Jack Tighe
?nd in his ability to put us back on
the top again. We have been there
longer nov than any other team.
Johnny Barkwell is to succeed
Fred Moore as manager of the De
catur club. Jesse Ruby and Catcher
McXamara were considered for the
position, but as Barkwell had ben
with the team longer than either of
the two. he was selected.
The principal reason which
prouipts other -.cities to report
troubles with Manager Tighe is the
fact that the Islanders have held the
much coveted top position. A little
jealousy on the others' part is at
the bottom of the whole thing.
Umpire Guthrie was rescued by
the sheriff at Oshkosh yesterday.
Four thousand fans rushed from the
grandstand after a close decision an1
called for the blood of the indicatoi
holder. Guthrie was hurried to the
players' bus and driven to his hotel.
He is still alive.
Remember Harry Kane, the "ma
jor leaguer" who lived off the Peoria
club for a whole season while Doh
nejly waited for him to get "right?"
Well. Kane has been discovered
pitching ball down in Douglass, Ariz.
wJiere Roland Wolfe is supposed 1c
be sojourning. Peoria Star.
Mum Warrender from the Dayton
team of the Central league, joined
the Prodigals at Decatur and played
right field for them. Warrender is
an old timer. For two years he
managed the Terre Haute team, then
went to Dayton. There has been a
general shakeup in the Dayton squad
and several players have been le
leased. Dan Cooley and Kelly, now
with the Rabbits, are among them.
and it is reported others from Day
ton arts headed this way.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. U Pet.
Springfield ' 41 21 .CC1
Rock Island 42 25 .627
Davenport 39 30 .5C5
Bloomington ....3C 33 .522
Decatur 32 32 .500
Peoria 32 38 .457
Dubuque 2fi 40 .394
Cedar Rapids 19 51 .271
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg 5C 21 .727
Chicago ...50 27 .G49
New York .'. . .4 5 . 29 .603
Cincinnati . . . . . . . ... . .40 39 .506
Philadelphia '. .33 43 .434
St. Louis 31 43 .419
Brooklyn 2S 50 .359
Boston 23 54 .299
Chicago . 35
New York 35
St. Louis 35
V. I Pet
Minneapolis 5ft 43 .53S
Milwaukee 48 43 .52';
Louisville ..47 43 .522
Indianapolis 45 40 .495
Columbus... 45 47 .489
St. Paul 42 44 .488
Kansas Cit v . . . . . . . , 41 45 .477
Toledo ..... ......41 48 .4G1
nF.Sl l.TS VKSTERDA V.
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Peoria. 5-2; Rock Island, 4-1.
Decatur, 2; Davenport, 0.
Bloomington, 9-7; Dubuque, 4-2 (sec
ond game seven innings).
Springfield. 3-3; Cedar Rapids. 0
(second game 10 innings).
Chicago, 3; Washington. 0.
St. Louis. 5; Philadelphia. 4 (11 In
Detroit, 4; New York, 3 (13 Innings)
. NATIONAL LEAGUTC.
No games scheduled. . 4
Indianapolis. 5; Louisville, 4.
St. Paul, 3; Minneapolis. 2 (11 in
Columbus, 7; Toledo, 4.
Kansas City. 9; Milwaukee, t.
Omaha, 2-7; Puoblo, 4-9.
Des Moines, 0; Denver, 8.
Lincoln. 5; Wichita. 3. "
Sioux City. 1-7; Topeka, 3-3. s
Terre Haute, 4-3; South Bend, fi-2.
Zanesville, 3; Dayton, 2. .
Wheeling. 5; Fort Wayne. 8.
Evansville, 5 0; Grand Rapids, 3-1
(second game seven innings).
Ottumwa. 3-1; Hannibal, 4-0.' ,
Quincy, 2; Kewanee, -5.
Waterloo. 0; Jacksonville, 4. -Keokuk.
2-5; Burlington, 1-7.
Pekin, C-3; Canton. 2-2. r
Beardstown. 7-10; Macomb, 1-0.-Galesburg,
1; Monmouth, 10.
SITI'RDIVS REsms. .
Rock Island. 6; Peoria. 0.
Decatu r. 2 ; Davenport, 1.
Bloomington, 9; Dubuque, 2.
Springfield, 11J Cedar Rapids, 0.'
LaVelle Team Gives Natives
Real Thing in Way of Base
ball, Winning 13 to 10.
BRIEN DOES THE TWIRLING
Holds Opponents Down for Six In
nings, and Then Ix-ts Up n Little
The LaVelle ball team invaded
Coaltown yesterday afternoon and
gave the natives an exhibition of
baseball that fairly took their
breath away. Coaltown has been
handing out defeats to most of the
teams which have visited that place
so far this season and they expected
o do the same stunt with the local
boys. They had not counted, on run
ning up against the. style of pitching.
lowever, which Owen Brien put up.
ind the result was a severe drubbing,
rhe score of 13 to 10 does not tell
the story of the game at all for tho
runs made by the Coaltowners were
all the result of the LaVel'.e's kind
heartedness. Brien held them for
six innings without a hit or a score.
tnd during those rounds, his own
teammntes succeeded in running 10
men over the plate. In the last three
Innings, the LaVelle's slowed up and
practically handed their opponents
A'hat runs they made. The score by
LaVelle's .....2 0 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 13
baltown , 0000042.3 1 1 0
The lineup of the LaVelle's was
as follows: F. Weigand, ss; Schadt,
C. Long. If; W. Long, 3b; DeMink,
sf; Von Motz, rf; C. Weigand. 2b;
Beckstrom, lb; and Brien, p.
HrnneMa Trim restrain.
The Bennetts went to Moline yester-
lay afternoon and tFimmed the Moline
entrals for the third consecutive
time this season. The final score was
r to 5, The fame was a good one and
vas attended by over a thousand peo
ple. Myers, the t wirier for the locals,
allowed the Moline aggregation but
four scattered hits 'and iiad it not be.n
or erratic work behind him he would
probably have scored a shutout. Th?
;core by innings:
Bennetts 301 1 100 1 07 9 2
Centrals 01110020 ft 5 4 3
Batteries Myers and Kuschman;
urimm and Leas.
Fickra Shown CI..
Clarence Ficken of this city, made
quite a record for himself yesterday
in two games cf baseball which he
pitched for Durant against a team
from Nicholls. The teams played a
double' header and Ficken pitched
both games. In the first contest he
allowed the other team three hits
and gave one man a base on balls.
In the second game he did even bet
ter than this and not a single hit
was made off him and he did not pass
a man. Perfect support would have
allowed him to shut out the other
.earn without allowing a man to
Lone C'Iomf Gniii?.
The White Sox went to Colona yes
terday and were defeated by the
team at that town by a close score
of 2 to 1. The local boys feel that
the decisions of the umpire had con
siderable more to do with their de
feat that the playing of the Colona
boys, as - on several occasions he
favored the home club when he
ought noi have done so. The game
was close and exciting all the way
through and the White Sox had the
better of the argument even if they
did lose. . , .
1)1 xoh IlefmlM GrernbiiMli .lunioro.
The Greenbush Juniors were de
feated yesterday by the team at Dix
on, Iowa, the score being 4 to" 3.
The game was hotly contested from
-start to finish and only several inop
portune errors by the locals lost
them the contest. Dixon made only
two hits off Gumtoe while the Green
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Another "Moline Team Drubbed.
The Lon dales of this city defeated
the Morgan All-Stars of Moline in a
onesided contest yesterday afternoon.
the score bcin 8- to 2. Rosenbahl
pitched excellent ball for the winners.
allowing only a few scattered hits ant
striking out 17 men.
Rosebuds Win With Ease.
The . Rosebuds overwhelmed tha
M. & K.'s yesterday afternoon on the
former's diamond by the score of 13
to 5. The feature was the work Of
Bledsoe and Allen, who formed the
battery for the winners. Shean and
Schroeder worked for the losers. ,
Cardinals Are Victors. .
The Cardinals defeated the Younir
Stars Saturday 1G to 10. Satin and
M. Baker formed the batterv for the
winners and John Marx and Isadore
Harris for the losers.
Billy Neal Laid Up.
Woe is me. Billy Neal will be com
pelled to remain out of the game tor
several days as the result of belnsr
bitten on the hand by a spider. The
bite poisoned Billy's hand and as it is
his right flipper, he is down and out'
for several lays at least. Meloan
another who will probably have to sit
on the bench for some time. Ha.
sprained his knee yesterday when Jn
Peoria player's foot accidently (?) got
in front of him when he was running
bases. Paul took a fall which wrench
ed his knee.
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions, the bowels become de-;
ranged, the liver and the kidneys
congested causing numerous diseases.
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curity we take a lien on your fur
niture, piano, horses, wagon and .
such property, but the goods are'
left In your own possession,',
. Amounts from .110.00. Tap..
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certainly pay you to Investigate.
"All we ask Is an opportunity to
explain our square methods an'i
low rate, and if you decide we .
can help you. we'll furnish you
40.1 Best Building
Kock Island ,111.