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THE ROCK ISUAKD ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
WIN TWIN BILL
Take Clarence Borland's Hust
lers Into Camp Twice in
OUTPLAY THE VISITORS
Islanders Shine at Bac and in tbe
Field and Deserve Both Tbeir
Rock Island at Decatur.
Dubuque at Quincy.
Peoria at Davenport.
Danville at Waterloo.
The Islanders celebrated
Fourth with two glorious
tories over the Dubuque Hustlers.
All around superior play in the field
and at bat did the business. The
first game of the afternoon's twin
bill was annexed by a count of 8
to 5 and the second contest resulted
in a 4 to 2 score. Feature plays
were numerous and there were few
minutes during the entire half day
in which interest lagged to any ap
preciable extent. For the Islanders,
the fielding of Clynes. the hitting of
Vogel and the base running of Woo
ley were the features while the work
of R. Darringer at short for the vis
itors was of stellar variety.
Woods, pitching In easy fashion,
won the first game, his teammates
piling up an early lead that cinched
the contest. Dellar started the sec
ond game and got along weil until
the seventh when he weakened and
Hughes relieved him. The game was
called at the end of the seventh in
order to allow the teams time
in which to catch their trains
for the south end of the circuit. The
story of the games, play by play, to
gether with the box score or each
THK TOHY BY 1NNI;.
First Inning Dubuque: Paddock
hit to rii;ht. Manuscji forced him
at second, Kelly to Snyder. R. Dar
ringer flew to center. If. Darringer
fouled to Gonding. Rock Island:
Wooley walked. Davidson fouled to
Boucher. Clynes walked, putting
Wooley on second. Klattery flew to
left. Kelly walked filling the bases.
Vogel doubled, scoring three runs.
Snyder tripled, scoring Vogel. Gon
ding out, short to first. Four runs.
Second Inning Dubuque: Beatty
out to Clynes. Melchoir out. Woods
to Slattery. Plass out Snyder to
first. Rock Island: Woods hit to
left. Wooley out to left. Davidson
hit through first, putting Woods on
second. Clynes hit to left scoring
Woods. Slattery walked, filling the
bases. avldson scored on Kelly'B
fly to Manusch. Clynes out stealing
third. Two runs.
Third Inning Dubuque: Boucher
out. Woods to Slattery. Fosberg
fouled to Kelly. Paddock out on
fly to Clynes. Rock Island: Vogel
hit to left. Snyder flew to right. Vo
gel stole second. Gonding out at
first on brilliant stop by R. Dar
ringer. Woods fouled to Boucher.
Fourth Inning Dubuque: Man
usch fanned. R. Darringer walked.
H. Darringer struck out and H, Dar
ringer was caught off first at, same
time, making a double play. Rock
Island: Wooley out on bunt to
pitcher. Davidson walked. Clynes
fanned. Davidson stole second.
Fifth Inning Dubuque: Beatty
out to Clynes. - Melchoir reached
first by getting In front of a pitched
ball. Plass followed suit. Melchoir
stole third. On double steal Mel
choir registered. Boucher fanned.
Fosberg hit to left, scoring Plass.
Paddock out on hot grounder to
Slattery. Two runs. Rock Island:
Kelly hit over second. Vogel bunt
ed a fly into Fosberg's hands and
was out. Snyder grounded to Beatty
who threw poorly to second and both,
were safe. Gonding hit over sec
ond, scoring Vogel. Woods lined to
Plass. Wooley hit through short
scoring Snyder. Dvidson fouled to
Boucher. Two runs.
Sixth Inning Dubuque: Manusch
flew out to Kelly. R. Darringer hit.
H. Darringer flew to Davidson. Beat
ty hit to right. Melchoir grounded
to Kelly, who touched R. Darringer
and retired the side. Rock Island:
Clynes fanned. Slattery hit to right
and caught stealing second. Kelly
flew to center.
Seventh Inning Dubuque: Plass
scratched a hit. Boucher drove a
liner at Woods, who reflected It to
Kelly. Kelly forced Plass at sec
ond. Fosberg hit, putting Boucher
on second. Paddock walked, filling
the bases. Manusch grounded to
Snyder who threw to second. Vogel
dropped the ball and everyone was
safe, Boucher scoring. R. Darringer
flew to center, Fosberg scoring. H.
Darringer grounded to Slattery. Two
runs. Rock Island: Vogel out,
Boucher to Beatty. Snyder out to
Melchoir. Gonding hit back of sec
ond. Woods out third to first.
Eighth Innlng--Dubuque; Beatty
out Kelly to Slattery. Melchoir flew
to left field. Plass hit to left. Bou
cher out. Kelly to Slattery. Rock Is-
tland: Wooley out on fly to Plass.
j Davidson flew to center. Clynes
I doubled to left center. Slattery flew
Nlnth Inning Dubuque: Fosberg
out, Snyder to Slatery. Paddock
fouled to Gonding. Manusch hit to
Slats and Woods failed to cover first.
R. Darringer hit, putting Manusch
on third. H. Darringer walked, fill
ing the bases. Beatty walked, scor
ing Manusch. Melchoir fouled to
Gonding, retiring the s'.Ae with one
run for the inning. The box score:
i ROCK ISLAND. A.B. R. H. P. A. E.
Wooley. cf 4 1 1 2 0 0
Davidson, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0
Clynes. If 4 1 2 4 0 0
Slattery. lb 4 0 1 10 0 0
Kelly, 3b 2 1 1 3 4 0
Vogel, 2b 4 2 2 0 0 1
Snyder, ss . . : 4 1 1 2 2 0
Gonding. c 4 0 2 5 1 0 1
Woods, p 4 1 1 0 2 0
Totals 31 8 12 27 9 1
DUBUQUE. A.B. R. P. P. A. E.
Paddock. 3b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Manusch. rf 5 1 1 2 0 0
R. Darringer, ss 3 0 2 1 2 0
H. Darringer, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Beatty. lb 4 0 1 5 0 I
Melchoir, cf 4 1 0 4 0 0
Plass. 2b 3 1 2 2 0 0
Boucher, c 4 1 0 6 3 0
Fosberg, p 4 1 2 1 1 0
Totals 35 5 10 24 7 1
Rock Island 4 2002000 -S
Dubuqu ! 00002020 1 5
Two-base hits Vogel, Clynes. Three
base hit Snyder. Sacrifice hits Kel
ly, R. Darringer. Stolon bases David
son, Vogel. Melchoir f2), Plass. Dou
ble play Gonding to Slattery. Bases
on balls Off Woods, 4; off Fosberg.
5. Hit by pitched ball Melchoir,
We WMl be
BSeadly Sim si
Plass. Struck out By Woods, 2; by
Fosberg, 3. Time of game 2:00.
THE rEOOXD CAMEL
First Inning Dubuque: Paddock
hit safely. Manusch sacrificed him
to second. Dellar failing to hold a
pop up and thereby missing a dou
ble play R. Darringer flew out to
VogeL H. Darringer skied to Woo
ley. Rock Island Wooley walked
and went clear to third on David
son's sacrifice. Wooley scored on
Clynes fly to right. Slattery out,
short to first. One run.
Second InnIng--Dubuque: Beatty
hit to left. Melchoir sacrificed him
to second. Plass flew to Clynes, the
Islander making a brilliant catch.
Reitz fanned. Rock Island: Kelly
hit over second. Vogel sacrificed
him to second. Snyder fanned. Jac
Third Inning Dubuque: Webster
out. Vogel to Slattery. Paddock
skied to Clynes. Manusch hit to cen
ter. R. Darringer flew to Clynes.
Rock Island: Dellar flew to center.
Wooley walked and stole second.
Davidson fanned. Clynes popped
out a high one which dropped safe
in the diamond and Wooley 6Corea.
Clynes stole second and scored on
Slattery's three-bagger to center.
Kelly out. second to first. Two runs, i
Fourth Inning Dubuque: H. Dar
ringer flew to Davidson, who made
a feature catch. Beatty flew to Woo
ley, who rivaled Davidson. David
son came back with another pretty
catch of Melchoir's fly. Rock Island:
Vogel out, short to first. Snyder re
tired on brilliant play by R. Dar
ringer. Jacobsen hit over second
and beat the throw to first. Dellar
out. short to first.
Fifth Inning Dubuque: Boucher,
hit to left. Reitz followed suit. Web-j
6ter bunted and Dellar forced Bou
cher at third. Paddock flew to Woo
ley. Reitz reaching third after the I
ball was caught. Manusch grounder
out to Slattery. Rock Island: Woo
ley walked for third time. Davidson
hit and put Wooley on third, b'lt
was caught trying to stretch his hit
into a double. Clynes grounded to
R. Darringer and was out at first,
Wooley scoring on the play. Slat
tery doubled back of third. He triei
to score on Kelly's scratch hit but
was caught at the plate. One run.
Sixth Inning Dubuque: R. Dar
ringer walked. H. Darringer follow
ed suit. Beatty fouled to Jacobsen.
Melchoir flew to Clynes in deep left.
Boucher forced R. Darringer at third
retiring the side. Rock Island: Vo
gel fanned. Snyder hit back of
third. Jacobsen hit to left. Dellar
flew out to left. Wooley forced Sny
der at third.
Seventh Inning Dubuque: Reitz
hit over second. Webster forced him
on a grounder to Vogel. Padlock
doubled to left center, putting Web
ster on third. Manusch duplicated
Paddocks drive and two men scored.
R. Darringer walked and If. Dar
ringer did likewise, filling the bases.
Hughes replaced Dellar and the side
was retired when Beatty grounded
to Snyder who forced Manusch at
the plate and Beatty was out at first
on a quick throw by Jacobsen. Two
runs. Rock Island: Davidson hit to
center and was caught stealing sec
ond. Clynes walked. Slattery hit
back of short, putting Clynes on sec
ond. Kelly moved both up with a
grounded to first. Vogel out, Pad
dock to Beatty.
The game was called at this point
In order that the teams might catch
trains. The box score:
ROCK ISLAND. A.B. R. H
Wooley, cf 1 2 0
Davidson, rf 3 0" 2
Clynes. If 2 1 1
Slattery, lb 3 0 3 3 1 0
Kelly, Sb 3 0 2 2 0 0
Vogel, 2b 3 0 0 2 2 0
Snyder, ss 3 0 1 3 1 0
Jacobsen, c 3 0 2 3 1 0
Dellar, p ... 3 0 0 0 2 0
Hughes, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 24 4 11 21 7 0
DUBUQUE. A.B. R. P. P. A. K.
Paddock. 3b 4 1 2 1 2 0
Manusch, rf 3 0 2 1 0 0
R. Darringer, ss 2 0 0 0 5 0
H. Darringer, 2b 2 0 0 2 0 0
Beatty, lb 4 0 1 9 1 0
Melchoir, cf 2 0 0 1 1 0
Boucher, If 3 0 1 2 1 0
Reitz, c "3 0 2 5 0 0
Webster, p 3 1 0 0 1 0
Totals 26 2 8 21 11 0
Rock Island 102010 0 4
Dubuque 000000 2 2
Two-base hit Slattery. Throe-base
hit Slattery. Sacrifice hits David
son, Clynes. Stolen bases Wooley,
Clynes. Double play Snyder-Jacob-sen-Slattery.
Bases on balls Off Del
lar, 4; off Webster, 4. Struck out By
Dellar, 1; by Webster, 3.
NOTES OF THE GAMES
It was only a fair holiday crowd,
thanks to the heat.
Snyder followed Vogel's timely
two-bagger in the first inning of the
first game with a three-bagger that
slipped through George Manusch In
right field. It rolled to the fence.
Slattery was the 6tar swatter in
the second game. He gat three hits
out of four trials and they totaled
six bases. One was a triple, one
a double and one a single.
Gonding's players looked mighty
good yesterday and if they continue
to display the same kind of form, it
will not be a great while before they
are back in the first division where
Gonding's snap pegging to bases is
going to worry opposing base run
ners before the season is much far
ther advanced. The Islander chief
tain pegs in a hurry and sends the
ball right to the spot.
Clynes' work in left field was
again remarkable to say the least.
He made at least half a dozen feat
ure catches during the afternoon. In
this he was not alone, however, for
both Wooley and Davidson shone In
the outfield with brilliant catches.
It was our old friend and fellow
citizen, Ray Webster, who did the
hurling for the visitors In the sec
ond game. Ray had speed and the
Islanders took quite a fancy to it.
Only one error by each team dur
ing the long afternoon. Both teams
played errorless ball in the second
Woods fairly lopped the ball over
the plate during the greater part of
the first game. He realized that if
he wanted to last the game out In
such heat as existed, he would have
to work easy. He got away with It in
fine style and had It not been for
the safe lead obtained by his team
mates, the visitors' score would
probably have been held consider
Vogel's timely bingle In the first
inning of the first game was a
beauty. Three were on and two
were down and there were two
strikes and three balls on Otto. On
the next pitched ball the base run
ners started running. The sphere
came up to the plate right in the
groove but it returned faster than
It came. Otto drove it screaming
clear over the visiting center field-
GOOD SCORES MADE
IN GUN CLUB SHOOT
A. D. Sperry Makes 40 Out of Pos
sible 50 in Bird Event at Range
Near Watch Tower.
Yesterday morning the members of
the Rock Island Gun club and of the
West End Gun club held a joint shoot
at the range near the Watch Tower
and some remarkable snooting was
done by the entries in the 50-bird shoot
in which 11 took part. A. D. Sperry
carried off the honors in this event, as
in fact he did In the other events also.
The scores in the 50-bird shoot were:
A. D. Sperry, 49 out of a possible 50;
J. Applequist, 48; G. Thomas, 47; H.
Kissenmacher, 47; T. Harder, 47; H.
Wright, 46; Ben Koch, 44; H. Schreln
er, 43; 1. Nelson, 43; J. Lerch, 36; E.
Freeman, 35. The other events were a
6nlpe shoot and a double trap shoot,
and In both Mr. Sperry landed in first
er's head and it hit the rear fence.
The three base runners scored. Otto
went to second.
Wooley's remarkable base run
ning stunts were pulled off in the
second game. He had scored three
runs before the record showed that
he had a time at bat. Three times
he secured free transportation to
first by the four ball method and
each time he scored. In the first
inning he went from first to third on
Davidson's dandy sacrifice and scor
ed from there on a pop up which
dropped safe between home and first
base. In the fifth he walked and
went to third on Davidson's double
and Clynes again scored him with
a grounder to short. Wooley's speed
made a throw home useless.
A beautiful double play ended the
second game when it looked pretty
dubious for the Islanders. In the
seventh inning Dellar had blown up
and two runs had been scored and
the circuit was still crowded when
Hughes took Phil's place on the fir
ing line. Only one was down and
no one envied Hughes his task.
Beatty, counted a pretty good hitter,
was at bat and he waited patiently
in hopes of forcing another run over.
Three balls and two strikes were
called and then came the psycholog
ical moment. The final throw came
directly over the pan and Beatty met
It. Heinie Snyder, playing in, had
the sphere in a twinkling and it was
hurriedly shot home, thereby forc
ing the runner from third. Jacobsen
made a nice throw to first and the
side was retired and the game saved.
Standing and Results
Danville 24 26
Decatur 32 25
Peoria 32 28
Dubuque 32 28
Davenport 29 31
Quincy 27 31
Waterloo 27 32
Rock Island 24 36
Philadelphia ... 43 26
Chicago 42 26
New York 42 27
St. Louis 39 30
Pittsburg 38 30
Cincinnati 29 39
Brooklyn 25 43
Story' of Wolgast-Moran Fight
San Francisco, July 5. The meas
ured swing of Referee Welsh's arm,
tolling off the fatal 10 seconds over tho
writhing and unconscious body of
Owen Mo ran of England, brought vic
tory to Ad Wolgast in the 13th roucd
of yesterday's international battle for
the lightweight championship. It was
a clean knockout, and the decisiva
victory was clearly earned by the rug
ged strength and terrific punishing
power of the champion. Fight by
Round 1. After shaking hands they
closed In slowly and almost Imme
diately the crowd yelled for the rvf
eree to break them apart. Moran pro
tested that Wolgast was "butting," and
the crowd Jeered. Wolgast broke a
clinch with two powerful lefts to ltd
jaw and they mixed it, each fightiag
viciously. They went to close quarters
with Wolgast hooking his left viciously
to the Jaw. Then he started the blood
from the Briton's mouth with a volley
of short-arm lefts. A body blow by the
champion, delivered with great force.
closed the cound which wag decidedly
In Wolgast's favor.
Round 2. Moran's supporters shoot
ed at him to keep away, but the Eng
lishman rushed it. Wolgast rocked his
head with short-arm punches a-d
paved the way for a volley of lefts by
sending in rights to his stomach. Mor
an, fighting back, gamely, sent Wolgast
across the ring with a hard right to
the Jaw. Wolgast bled from the nos
trils as Moran followed his advantage
by clipping the champion several tim.'s
with bard left and right punches to
the face and bead. Moran's round.
Round 3. Wolgast covered up,
crouching low, and missed a terr.fcc
left swing Intended for the jaw. They
roughed it head to head, both scoring
frequently while in this position. Woi
gast almost floored his man with a
left swing to the jaw and then clpied
In, lashing out with left and right. Wnl.
gut sent three lefts In succession J
the body and received In return a sua
Boston 16 53 .232
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 47 22 .681
Detroit 47 23 .671
Chicago 34 SO .531
New York 36 32 .529
Boston 36 33 .522
Cleveland 33 40 .452
Washington - 25 46 .352
St. Louis 18 59 -265
W. L. Pet
Columbus 44 34 .564
Kansas City 43 34 .558
Louisville 33 38 .500
Milwaukee 39 39 .600
St. Paul 38 39 .494
Minneapolis 37 39 .487
Toledo 35 42 .455
Indianapolis 35 44 .443
W. L. Pet
Denver 44 25 .638
Pueblo 42 35 .627
St Joseph 41 31 .669
Lincoln 37 30 .552
Sioux City 88 31 .651
Omaha S3 37 .471
Topeka 28 42 .400
Des Moines 15 57 .203
W. L. Pot.
Ottumwa 42 22 .656
Burlington 40 26 .606
Galesburg 89 28 .682
Keokuk 87 28 .669
Muscatine 29 26 .446
Monmouth 27 38 .415
Kewanee 26 41 .388
Hannibal 23 44 .343
Waterloo, 8-2; Davenport, 9-1 (sec
ond game seven innings).
Danville, 0-2; Quincy 1-6.
Decatur, 1-2; Peoria, 1-8.
Rock Island, 8-4; Dubuque, 5-2 (sec
ond game eight innings).
Chicago, 8-2; Cincinnati, 3-2 (second
game called at end of tenth by agree
Pittsburg, 2-11; St. Louis, 3-1.
Philadelphia. 11-7; New York, 7-5.
Brooklyn, 2-4; Boston, 3-2.
Detroit. 3-11; Chicago, 7-10 (second
game eleven innings).
Cleveland, 6-2; St. Louis, 5-4 (first
game thirteen innings).
New York, 4-0; Philadelphia. 7-11
(second game ten Innings).
Boston, 4-4; Washington. 6-3.
Louisville, 1-5; Toledo, 4-4.
Columbus, 3-1; Indianapolis, 5-6.
Kansas City. 8-5; Milwaukee, 6-8.
St. Paul, 6-12; Minneapolis, 6-3 (first
game called at end of eighth by agree
Pekin, 7-5; Taylorville, 2-5 (second
game ten innings).
Clinton, 9-3; Lincoln, 10-2 (second
game six innings).
Canton, 10-6; Champalgn-Urbana, 3-5.
Pueblo, 6-13; Topeka, 2-3.
Sioux City, 2-2; Des Moines, 0-3 (sec
ond game ten innings).
Omaha, 9-4; St Joseph, 5-3.
Denver, 5-3 ; Lincoln, 1-7.
Ottumwa, 8-5; Hannibal, 10-0 (sec
ond game seven Innings).
Burlington, 16-8; Kewanee, 1-1.
Keokuk, 2-12; Muscatine, 6-9 (first
game ten Innings, second game seven
Galesburg, 2-8; Monmouth, 3-9.
Danville, 6; Quincy, 1.
Peoria, 8; Decatur, 1.
Waterloo, 0; Davenport, 2.
right to the Jaw. The round was even.
Round 4. Wolgast's right eye ds
badly discolored and Moran's mouth
was bleeding as they toed the mark.
Moran shot a stiff left to the face aid
again they roughed It, with their aruu
locked. Wolgast doing the greater ex
ecution. Moran drove a straight right
to the Jaw and then clouted the cham
pion with a left to the same placi.
Wolgast sent his right with great force
to the body, and they seemed disin
clined to break from a clinch. Wolgai:
hooked a left to the body and drove
the Briton against the ropes. They
were quickly back in the center of tae
ring fighting like tigers. Wolgast's
seconds taunted Moran, to which the
Britisher replied: 'He won't get me
today," and then protested vigorously
to referee Welsh that the champion
was Intentionally "elbowing" him Mjr
an had Just shade.
Round 5. They clinched with Wol
gast uppercuttlng to the face wit'i
right and left. Moran Jarred the cham
pion with a short-arm right to the Jaw.
Wolgast swung wildly and Moran ram
med him twice more with rights to the
face. A long clinch followed, Wolga-.
breaking it witha hard right to the
face. They danced about the ring and
Wolgast landed twice to the Jaw wl'b
short-arm. lefts. Wolgast seemed a
stronger as the bell ended an even
Round 6. The fighters slowed up a
bit at the outset of the round and then
Moran hot a straight left to the face
They went to close range, Wolga&i
landing several rights over the k'd
neys. They fought at a hot pa;
against the ropes, each scoring re
peatedly. Then followed a smart long
range rally, both landing lefts to tho
face and both spitting blood. Morau,
breaking from a clinch, rocked t'le
champion's head with a right bock
and the round ended with the men
(Continued a Pa Six.)
LEADERS DROP A
PAIR TO QUINCY
Infants Apply Whitewash in
Morning and Come Back
in Afternoon, 6 to 2.
DANVILLE UNABLE TO HIT
Davenport Gets an Even Break With
Waterloo Decatur and Peoria
Danville, July 5. Quincy took both
games by timely hitting la pinches.
Danville played tight ball, but failed to
hit when needed. Score of the after
DANVILLE R ILP.i. K.
Ball, cf 0 0 2 0 0
Slner, 2b 0 0 2 5 0
Fisher, ss 1 1 1 F 0
Coombs, rf 0 2 6 0 0
Staley, lb 0 0 10 1 O
HUdebrand. e 1 2 3 1 0
Sullivan, If 0 1 3 0 0
Ingalls, 8b 0 0 0 1 0
Bens, p 0 0 0 1 0
Loomis, p 0 0 0 1 u
Total 2 6 27 15 0
QUINCY 4 R. H. P. A. E
Hartman, If l 2 3 1 0
Donahue. 2b 1 1 6 6 1
Myers, lb 1 1 11 0 0
Kahl, 3b 0 1 0 4 0
W. Donahue, cf 1 3 4 0 0
Kerwln, rf '. 0 0 0 0 0
Hill, ss 0 0 3 3 u
Forney, c 1 1 0 1 0
VyBkocll, p 1 0 0 1 0
Total 6 9 27 16 1
Quincy 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 5
Danville 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
Two-base hits Kahl, Donahue
Struck out By Benz, 1; by Loomis, I;
by Vyskocil, 1. Bases on balls Off
Vyskocll, 2. Umpire Bannon.
Quincy 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 1
Danville 0 0000000 0 0 t
Batteries Royer and Forney, Nu
lin and Massing.
FIRST IS SHFTOUT.
Decatur, July 4. Decatur brnha
even In a double-be lr today, loSitij
the first to Peoria, 1 to 0. f.nd winning
the second, 8 to 3. Scbmlrler held De
catur to two hits In the first. Scare
of the second jgame:
DECATUR R. H. P. A I.
Lofton, cf 2 0 2 0 0
Kommers, lb, rf 2 1 6 0 1
Collins, If 1 1 0 0 0
Callahan, rf 0 0 0
R. Smith, lb 1 2 7 1 I
Johnson, c 1 2 7 1 0
Oroh, iss 1 1 0 4 1
Bell. 2b 0 1 4 3 0
McGuire, 3b 0 1 1 4 0
Rustenhaven, p 0 1 0 0
Total 8 10 27 15 1
PEORIA R. H.P. A. M.
Fountain, ss 2 0 0 0 0
F. Smith, lb 0 0 8 0 1
Biltz. cf 1 1 5 I J
Jacobs, c 0 2 4 1 0
Myers, 3b 0 0 3 3 0
Stts. 2b 0 0 1 0 0
Sullivan. If . 0 1 2 l
Vogel, rf 0 0 1 i
Grohs, p 0 0 0 I 1
Total 3 4 24 11 2
Decatur 2 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 -H
Peoria .. ., 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0-3
Stolen base Grohs. Home runs
Kommers, Smith. Struck out by Ru.
tenfaaven, 7; by Grohs, 3. Bases rn
Balls Off Rustenhaven, C; off Grobc,
4. Umpire Cusack.
Decatur ....00000000 0 0 t 1
Peoria 0 0000100 01 1
Batteries. Middleton, Hopper anl
Johnson; Scbmlrler and McDonald.
HAVE CXOlTINft MATCH.
Waterloo, July 4. Waterloo lost tne
the first game to Davenport, 9 to 8, the
visitors making 10 bits in the last two
innings, but won the second, 2 to 1.
Score of first game:
WATERLOO R. II. P. A. K.
Long, rf 2 1 1 0
Fremer, 2b 3 2 4 4
Collins, cf 2 2 3 1 0
Clemmens. If 0 3 1 0 it
Crane, lb 0 2 10 1 J
Harrington, c 0 1 3 3 'J
Wilkes, 3b 1 2 1 2 2
Nagle, sb 0 1 3 5 ')
Shackelford, p 0 1 1 0 1.
Total 8 15 27 IS &
DAVENPORT R. H. P. A.
Ohland. cf 0 1 1 0 t
Koepplng, 2b 0 2 3 4 2
Bromwich, 3b 1 2 2 S G
Chapman, ss 1 2 6 1
Holdennan. cf I 1 3 1 ')
O'Leary, lb 117 11
Oodwln, If 2 3 0 0 0
Coleman, c 2 3 3 3 0
Nelson, p 1 0 1 4 0
Welsh, lb 0 0 1 t 0
9 15 27 II 3
,...0010 0 0 0 6 J '
Waterloo 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 3
Stolen bases Chapman, Koepilag.
Clemens, Collins, Fremer, Xa?1e. Two
base hits Fremer, Collins, Herrlir
ton, Bromwich, Holderrnan. Strut
out By Shackelford, 2. Bases on sails
Off 8hacklford, 6; off Nelson, 2.
Davenport 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 t 2
Waterloo 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 0
Batteries Crabb and Walsh, tow
ers and Wolfe. Umpire Harmon.
Steamer Morning Star to
St. Paul Every Saturday at
3:15 p. m. Phone West ia