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'" : Rabbits.
BUT TWO HITS OFF HARDIN
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, (JAMES TOMORROW.
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island. 5
Davenport at Dubuque. . " .,-'::
Peoria at Dciaiur:
Bloomington at Spiiugfield.
George Haul in, and Pitcher Car-
niichifel of tin- Rabbits .were opposed
to each other yesterday and except for
two innings, the game was as pretty -1
pitcher's butth- as oneeuuld want to
;ee. tlooige held up his end of the
argument' jhro:ighout the entire nine
innings, whiW' Cannichael fell down in
the first inning ami allowed hits whicn
won the game for the Islanders by a
core of 2 t" " Although the bases
were filled rvice during the remainder
of the ban!', the locals were retired
each time without having added move
Murphy I' d otT th
batting of the
islanders with a dandy two sacker to
right,, center and Berger laid down a
pretty sacrifice which pushed Murphy
to tliird has;. Meloan followed with -liner
over hort and Frank scored with
the first rui of the game. Meloan kept
up the g ''! work by stealing second
and goiim to third on Swacina's long
fly to ceu'er held and McBride made
sure, of citing him over the pan by
driving nut a three sacker into left
center. Mac died a natural death at
third win 11 Kelley's out ended the in
ning. r'ill I i the Huhom.
. In t!i' third inning the Islamic s
managed to get the bases full before a
single urn' was down, but third was as
far as ;hcy got. Murphy and Berger
each Hind out singles, and Meloan at
tempt -d to sacrifice them and did no
nicely. !ut was safe himself when Car-
michael tried to get Murphy at thirj
without having any chance of doing it.
That filled the bags. Swaciua was next
up and Islander hopes ran high, but 5e
hit in;o a, double play ' which retired
one man at the plate and himself at
first. McBride drove one to shortstop
and it was all over. Five of the six
hits made by the Islanders came in the
first and third innings, the other one
was made by YogeJ in the seventh ,
Hardin held. Cedar .Rapids without
hit for seven innings and then with
the game safely tied up, he eased ip
a littk and 1 hit was made off him in
each of the final innings.
Our Man on Tbtrtl.'
In the ninth Deconley reached third,
being the only Rabbit to have that
distinction, but be died there when
speed. Tliv score:
Meloan. if ........
McBri-1-. If '.
H. P. A.K.
-2 2 I) 0
1 0 5 0
0 12 1 "
1 4 0 0
0 0 o n
o 7 0
0 0 ' 2 0
ti 27 !l 1
II. P. A. li.
1 4 i 0
0 1 0 0
0 0 4 0
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Tut a Is
C EDA It RAH I S.
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vatorie3 are canitary, durable and
3aillaid, lb ....-..
lemons, rf. ....
Itohrer, c .'.
0 0 0
29. 0 2 24 11 0
. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Cedar Rapids . ,'. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 00
Two-base hit Murphy. Three-base
hit McBride. Bases on balls -Off .Har
din.' 1;' off Carmichael,- 1. Struck out
-By, Hardin, 7; by Carmichael, 5.
Double play Kelley-Rohrer-Saillard.
Stolen base Meloan. hit by" pitcher
Stark. 'Sacrifice' hits Berger, Me
loan. C lemons. Time 1:15. Umpires
McKcnzle and Ilollingswortb.
...Hoorf DfHlx Old Tramnintrx.
v Decatur,. 111., Aug. 1. Moore beat his
jld teammates, 1 to 0. by hitting a
three bagger in the seventh inning.
Her was squeezed in 'by Rowan, Tluby
pitched well, but .lacked . hitting sup
port. The score:
Barkwell. 3b .
R. II. V, A. E.
0 1 0
0 2 1
0 0 1
0 0 13
0 0 4 0 0
0 0 3 0 0
Ruby, p 0 0 0
Netzel, 3b .
Moore, 2b .
0 3 27 11 1
It. II. P. A. E.
0 0 1 5 0
Caffryn, rf .
Rowan, lb .
Johnson. If .
Smith, ss . .
Higgins, c .
Walsh, n . . .
Total 1 3 27 15 0
Decatur 000000 0 0 00
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 01
Stolen bast; Rowan. Two base hit
Barkwell. ! Three base hit Moor
Double play Smith to Moore to
Rowan. Struck out By Ruby, 5; by
Walsh. 3. Bases on balls Off Ruby
1; off Walsh. 3. Passed ball McXam
ara. Umpire Earle.
Even llrrak at Dubuque. .
Dubuque. Iowa. Aug. 4. Nunainak-
er's long double scored a runner from
first in the loth inning of the first
game, which .went to Dubuque. 3 to 1
Davenport took the second contest, 7
to 3. Score of first game:
DA YEN PORT.
McGrew, 2b. . . .
R. H. P. A. E.
0 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 2
1 2 2
1 0 5
0 0 5
1 1 10
0 1 0
4 vS-28 15 1
DUBUQUE. R. H. P. A. 13.
Taylor, If 0 0 0 10
Hauscr, 3b 1 1 2 2 0
Lerchen, lb ' 2 3 10 2 ')
Daringer. rf 0 1 2 0 0
Nunamaker. c 1 3 C 1 0
Ahring. ss t 1 3 4 1
Backoff, cf 0 0 2 0 0
Plass, 2b 0 2 4 3 1
Hocken berry, p 0 0 0 1 0
Ray, p o 1 l 3 0
Total 3 12 30 17 -2
''One out when winning run was
Davenport 1 3 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 01
Dubuque 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Two base hits McGrew. Jaeger,
Hauser, Ray, Nunamaker. Bases oil
balls Off Ilockenberry, 1; off Ray, 1;
off Jaeger, 1. Struck out By Ray, 4;
by Jaeger. I. Hit by pitched ball
Jaeger. Wild pitch LRay. Double?
play Nye to Shaffer. Stolen liases
McGrew, Reitz. Plass. Hits Off Ilock
enberry. 2 in one and one-third in
nings. Umpire Clarke.
R. H E.
Davenport 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 27 14 1
Dubuque; 0 0 0 0 1 00023 11 2
Batteries Parkins and Edwards,
Guriiey and Nunamaker.
JIIonier Hrxt Only.
Springfield, III.. Aug. '4- Steen's out
drops, up-shoots and spit-ball were a
puzzle to the locals here, and they
lost a hard-fought game, 3 to 2. The
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf 2 2 3 0 0
Coi.grove, rf ....( o 2 0
Johnson, c o o 2 0 0
Steiger, lb 0 1 9 11
Bell, 2b 0 2 4 2 0
St reefer, If" . . .( .0 0 1 o 0
McGaire,3b. 0 0 l-o o
BTausserss '. 0 1 4. 3 .2
Daly, p o 1,1 3 0
Miller, p 0 0 0 1 0
R. H. P. A.E.
Keenan, 3b 0 1
Snyder, ss i . . o I
Ctilshaw, 2b 0 1
Melchofc lb ........... ,o ' t
Novacek, rf o l
Long.'cf ,'..'. 0 0
Smith, 1 0
Irwin, If f.'.i : 1 0
Steen, p . 1 3
0 0 0
5 2 0
7 1 0
2 0 0
0 5 0
Totals 3 8 27 12 1
Springfield I 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 02
Bloomington ........0021 0 000 03
Two-base hits Callahan, Daly. .Home
run Crillahan. Stolen base Johnson.
Sacrifice hits Koennn, I.ong.Cosgrovo,
Streeter. Bell. Struck out By Daly, 2;
by Steen, 4. Double play Daly-Blaus-
i'lugniaii lielcuscd and Spencer Quit
When Broberg: Hung l'ine
- on Jlim.
The Cedar Rapids team, which the
Islanders hope to take to three sue
cessive trimmings, presents a very
crippled lineup, and no' one will be sur
prised If the fcopes of the local aggre
gation are realized. There are at pres
ent only two regular twirlers with the
team and the infield is pretty well
broken up. Carniichafcl and Malicoat
are the box artists who accompany the"
team, and in addition to them there is
one other slabbist, au amateur from
the Church league of Cedar Rapids,
whose name is Joe McKnight. Pitcher
Engman, considered in Cedar Rapids
to be the original hard luck pitcher,
has been released,, and Collis Spencer,
the fast iufiehler and clever pitcher.
has quit the' team in its honr of ex
tremity. Spencer had some trouble,
not only with several of his team
mates, but also with ' President Bro-
bcrg, and the latter hung 'a fine on
him which had to be paid under pen
alty of suspension. Spencer did not
pay up, and he did not ghowup to go
on the trip when the team left for
Rock Island. It is the general opinion
among his teammates that Spencer is
tired of playing on a losing club, and
that as he- is thinking of getting mar
ried, he is" about ready to quit playing
ball for a living. He was a. valuable
man when he was in form,' and the
Bunnies will miss him.
Broberg has signed up two new men,
who are expected to strengthen the in
field greatly. .These men are Klssley
from Nebraska and Corbett from Sa
vannah. They are expected to report
before the week is over. :
ser. Hit by pitcher Johnson. Umpire
Hardin was there with the goods as
usual. Bet his record makes the De
troit management smile.
Some pitcher, that man Carmichael.
Except for two innings he was almost
as good as our George. Too bad Jack
Tighe didn't succeed in getting him
when he was trying some time ago.
McBride earned a hand in the sev
enth inning by making a brilliant
catch of Deconley "s.drlve .to left. Mac
took it right off his, shoe strings and
he had leaned , over so far that he had
to turn a somersault, but he held on to
Seven strikeouts for Hardin looks
pretty good. George gave one base
on balls during the exhibition and that
was really a present from Umpire Mc
Kenzie, who missed two strikes on the
raaii who got the wafk. o.IJmps McKen
zie doesn't do that often, so we can
easily excuse him. ,
LINE '0 DOPE
The Chicago White Sox are dated to
play a game at Dixon with the Browns
of that city Aug. 20. .. .
Zimri Higgins got his Monday at t lit
hands of New Oilcans. He was pound
ed for 10 hits and lost his game.
Bloomington has a double header ::i
Springfield today. Rock Island has a
double header at Davenport Saturday
Pitcher Kearney, turned over by St.
Ixiuis to Bloomington, has been allow
ed to go back to major league com
pany. His aim is out of order.
Decatur released Pitcher Alderson
when the team reached home. Ho has
an offer from Macomb but has not ac
cepted. John Duffey, the pitcher sign
ed by Cliilds at Davenport, will not be
called upon this season.
A Bloomington scnlie is figuring up
on Davenport beating Springfield out
of second place in the present series
and then looks for the Bloomers to
take third place, away from the Sena
tors. Then the revenge lor the Miller
deal will have been secured, lie thinks.
KILLING SAVES LEON LING
Chinese Vice Consul on Trail of
Klsie Sigel's Slayer When Shot.
New York, Aug. 4. The 'murder -f
Dr. Lock Wing, the Chinese vice conn
sttl, by the crazy Chinaman, Wong
Bow Cheung, Saturday afternoon' came
within five hours of the culmination of
his efforts to aid the police in fixing
the guilt of the men who murdered
Elsie.- Sigel. It became known yester
day that the vice consul had taken a
more than official interest in the mat
ter; He had been doing detective work
for many .weeks in Chinatown and
tnrtside-tric city. What he had learned
made it possible for. Cheung Sing, long
held by the police as a witness, to be
indicted as an actual accomplice in
Iho murder. He said laFt Thursday
night, that he hoped within a week he
would be able to tell the' police just
whereLeon Ling was. Saturday word
went through Chinatown that Cheuug
Sing had been indicted as one of Elsie
Sigel's murderers. At 3 p. m. Dr. Wing
was shot. . ' .
OFF TO RESCUE R. E. PEARY
Steamer Jeanie Hulls from Si. Johns
" 'C' "tor North of Greenland.
St. Johns'. ' XI" F.'. Ans.'"4. Tho
Jennie p;;ss'd out through iho strait"?
r.nd '" Into tho Atlantic ocean at 11
o'clock yesterday morning and started
on its lon voyage to Etah, on Smitfi' j
;ound on the. north of Greenland, with
t'oaT and -provisions for? Robert E.
Peary and his party. The ship will
jring them back to civilization if they
are there, as well as Harry Whilne
of New Haven and Dr . Frederick
Jook of Brooklyn, who may have the
'?tory of the finding of the north pole
or who may be buried somejvhere in
the snow and Ice.
Captain Bartlett is confident tliat Jie
will be back toJSf. Johns by Oct. 1. if
not before, biU. like every other man
who has taken a boat into the arctic
seas, he has a stock of provisions o
last him several months loHger than
that. With 'the' nrovisions he has on
he schooner and with the game he
:ould get, there would be no trouble
for the party to live well until the ice
breaks up next spring.
BOARD OF CONTROL ELECTS
New .State Body to Discuss Important
Plans in 'ear Future. :
Springfield, 111., Aug. 4 Plans for
rction by the new state board of con-
rol were not discussed yesterday at
the meeting of the body named re
cently by Governor Deneen. The new
members organized and adjourned to
neet Sept. 1. Aession may be held
jrevious to that time, however, 'f
Chairman U. Y .Sherman decides that
matters of importance that are pend
ing should be disposed of.
The personnel of the board follows:
Chairman Judge Lawrence Y. Sher
Alienist Dr. James L. Greene, El
Fiscal Supervisor Frank D. Whipp,
Secretary judge B.' K. Burroughs,
Ed wards ville.
Following, the session, the members
called on Governor Deneen.' The fu
ture work of the board was not dis
Former State- Senator O. F. Berry of
Carthnge was formally seated as chair
man of the state railroad and ware
house commission. .
RECORD OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Rock Island 53 30 .639
Springfield 47 '32 .595
Davenport 51 35 .593
Bloomington ( A. 45 39 .53G
Peoria ... .! 3S 44 .4G3
Decatur 37 45 .451
Dubuque ... r... .36 4S .429
Cedar Rapids . . 3G' 00 .375
W. L. Pet.'
Pittsburg 05 25 .722
Chicago .... w ..' '...&) 30 .007
New York 51 3G .5SC
Cincinnati ... :. 46 46 .500
Philadelphia ... 40 51 .440
St'.'LonrW , .'. .';'.'.". .u. .':'.'3!f ' 50" .432'
Brooklyn "....33 5S .363
Boston 26 65 .2SC
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 60 36 .625
Philadelphia yi '".. 58 38 -604
Boston .... ...56 43 .566
Cleveland 51 41 .537
Chicago , 47 48 .493
New York 41 51 .463
St. Louis ft 53 .436
Washington 26 .70 .271
A M ERICAN ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Pet
Minneapolis ... 60 ' 48 .556
Milwaukee . . '. 5S 50 .537
Columbus , 54
St. Paul 52
Kansas' City 19 3 I .476
Toledo 50 56 .47:
Indianapolis. 48 00 .441
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island. 2: Cedar Kapids. 0.
Decatur, 0; Peor.a, 1.
Springfield. 2; Bloomington, 3.
Dubuque, 5-3; Davenport, 4-7 (first
game 10 innings).
Chicago. 7; Boston. 1.
Cincinnati, 6; New York, 7 (10 in
nings V. ,
St. Louis, 5; Philadelphia. 1.
Pittsburg, 9; Brooklyu, 1.
. Philadelphia, 2-10; Chicago, 1-4.
Boston, 2-S ; Dot roit, 1-7. ' '
Washington, 0-1; Cleveland, 6 2.
New' York; 5-3; St.' Louis, 4-7 f first
game il innings). ' ' ' ';
Toledo 5; Milwaukee; 2.
Indianapolis; 2; Kansas'Cily, 0.
Columbus, 7; St. Paul. I.
Jouis'ville, 3; Minneapolis, 5.
WESTERN I jCAGUE.
Wichita; 2: Topeka, 2 (five inniiigs).
Des Moines, 9;' Omaha, 6;
' Lincoln, 2;SiotX Ctty, 5.
' Pueblo; '8; Denver, 2." .
Terre Haute, 2; Zanesville. 0.
Dayton, 7; Fort Way he, 0.
Evansville, 1; Wheeling, 3 (10 In
nings). . , "
South Bend, 1; Grand Rapids. 3..
Canton. 8; Gklesburg, 1; ;
' Pekin. 5; 'Macbrnb,' 3. '
Bearastdwri, '""Monmouth,' 0. '
' . : Boys in Ball Game. -
The Cardinals,- a team of youngsters
averaging-aboirt 10. years of age; de
feated Ihe Twentieth street Sluggers,'
of like age, in a game this morning.
The score of the contest was 7 to 4 .
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Provincetown, Mass., Aug. 4. Rear
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to surrender Davis , W. Williams of
Marietta, Ga.( to the state police, who
tried to arrest Williams as a result of
the boxing bout held on the battleship
Vermont Friday night, when his oppo-
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