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ROCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT.
EACH TAKES GAME
Honors Even in Two Snappy Ex
hibitions Between Rock Is
land and Rockford.
TEN INNINGS TO DECIDE SUNDAY
Locals tiOinc on MUplaya In Field
Scores Around Cir
... t .36
Terre Haute .
IS .4 SO
Kvansville, X; Klnmnington, 4.
Decatur, '.; Terre Haute, 6.
Kock Island, 6; IlockforJ, 5.
Km tilt Ymiterday.
Kockford. 5; Kock Island, "4.
Kloomington, fc; Kvansville, 2.
Decatur. 12; Terre Haute. 9.
Davenport, 7; Cedar Kapids; 4.
M hfre They Play Tomorrow.
Cedar Kapids at Kock Island.
Davenport at Kocktord.
Kloominpton at Decatur.
Kvansville at Terre Haute.
Seldom has there been more real
baseball seen in one fame on the
local grounds than there was yester
day when Uockford won a 10-inning
contest with a score of 3 to 4. .There
was not an inning' that both sides
were not in the frame and the big
crowd was intensely interested from
start to finish. During' the greater
part of the play the score was, tied.
The day was fair for ball, the dia
mond was in perfect condition and
the prospect of" a lively contest inf
terosted many Moliners and brought
over a big1 crowd of rooters from
Davenport to see for once a good
game of ball. The latter were not
disappointed and the way they
whfMiped it up for Kockford kept
both the grandstand unci the bleach
ers in an uproar all the time.
The fielding was jerfect up till the
eighth inning, when Cse made a
bad pass to catch Pattison at second
and allowed him to make third. It
obtained nothing for the visitors,
however. Then in the ninth Shelton
made a bad throw over to first that
allowed Uppert to live and gave
things a bad aspect for a time. Hut
this, too. came to nothing. It was in
the tenth, when Kock Island had one
to the good and a shut-out would
hate saved us the frame that Donnelly
dropped a fly in center that gav'e the
run that tied the score and enabled
Pattison who batted, to reach third,
from, which he scored on a fly out to
left by Kruger.
There were many brilliant plays on
both sides, as is evidenced by the
manner in which the ball was pound
ed and the smallness of the score.
There was no less than 10 outs made
on flies to the outfield. Williams came
the nearest of anyone so far this
.season of making a home run by
hitting the ball over the left fence
in the eighth when, with one man on
base, it woulif have won the game.
The sphere, bad luck to it, curved
about five feet to the left and went
over outside the foul line.
Kockford scored twice in the first
inning through hitting the ball at
proper times. Lippert hit, was ad
vanced on Jlines sacrifice, and scored
on Conklin's 3-bagger. The latter
came in on Keulow's grounder to
Miiler and Pattison ended the ses
sion by striking out.
Locals Ut Kven.
In the second and third Kock Is
land evened it up. Miller fanned in
the former inning but Williams made
good. Conwell flew to Henlow but
Case hammered out a nices drive to
right. O'Kourke was accorded a
pass and Donnelly's hit brought the
run. Shelton was out on a dusty
one. In the second draham, who has
a new bat, led off with a 2-bagger,
Hill advanced him with a sacrifice.
and he beat the ball when Miller
flew out. Williams went out on the
ground. In the sixth Kock Island
plucked another. Miller took four
broad ones, was sacrificed on by Wil
liams and scored on ('on well's fly out
to right. ("ae lost his life with a
bouncer into )wens mit.
Kockford evened thine once more
in the seventh. Shannon was out in
the air to Shelton and Owens placed
a foul in the same pair of paws.
Then Lippert, a bad man to have on
base any time in the inning, got a
hit and scored on Hines 2-bagger.
Conklin flew out to Donnelly.
Where We Dropped It.
Nobody touched the rubber till the
tenth, when Donnelly made the cir
cuit after the following fashion:
He hit, for two, took third on Shel
ton's sacrifice and beat the ball to
the plate on Graham's grounder to
Hines. Graham was caught between
bases and Hill floated.
It was hard luck for the locals
w'hen the visitors came to bat. Conk
lin dropjed a warm one into Gra
ham's tenaclesand Ilculow drove one
over to right. Conwell ran after it
and would undoubtedly have gotten
it had his foot not slipped. As it
was he was barely able to touch the
leather and Iteulow took two. Don
nelly's eror enabled him to score and
the rest Jiajj.been told... The score: '
KOCK ISLAND A.B.It. II. P. A. E.
O'Kourke, lb .... 4 0 0 4 2 0
Donnelly, cf 3 1 3 2 0 1
Shelton, 3b 4 0 0 4 1 1
Graham, If 5 1 3 3 0 0
Hill, ss 3 0 0 1 3 0
Miller, 2b 3 1 0 3 2 0
Williams, c 3 11 10 0 0
Conwell, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Case, p 4 0 112 1
Total 35 "4 828 9 3
Two out when winning run was
Hines, 2b ..
Kruger, If .
Shannon, c .
Owens, p ...
A.Il. H. II. P. A. K.
Total 41 5 9 31) 11 0
Kock Island ...0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 14
Stolen bases Lippert, (2); Kruger
Stolen bases Lijnrt, (2); Kruger.
Two base hits Graham. Donnelly,
Hines, Pattison, Iteulow. Three
base hit Conklin. Itases on balls
Case, 1; Owens,
Case, 7; Owens,
Owens. Time of
pi re Mesmer.
2. Struck out
3. Wild pitch
game 1:43. l.'m
Dpcatar 1 2, Terre Ilaote 9,
Decatur, June 9. Decatur had an
up hill game and won out. Score
Decatur 1 00 1 1 3 4 2 12
Terre Haute ...0 50021 10 0 9
Hits Decatur, 14; Terre Haute, 11
Krrors Decatur, 4; Terre Haute,
Itatteries Dorner and Krebs;
Simonton, Scott and Stranagle.
Illoomlnffton 3, Evatmvllle 9.
Itloomington, June 9. Barker
had all the best of it yesterday, but
he had poor support, and the visitors
were confident until the two closing
innings, when a home run and a time
ly single won out. Kvansville gave
Polchow phenonemal support. King's
work at short and a wonderful catch
by Conncrs were the other features.
Itloomington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 13
Kvansville 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 02
Hits Itloomington, 8; Kvansville, 3.
Krrors lilomington, 4; Kvansville,
Batteries Parker and Belt; Pol
chow and Seisler.
Davenport 7. Cedar Rapid 3.
Cedar Kapids.June9. Miller forthe
locals pitched a poor game yesterday,
with only second-class support.
Wcnig, for the visitors, went to
pieces under the terrific rooting from
the grand stand in the fifth and
St autfer was substituted. Score:
Cedar Kapids 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 04
DHvenport 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 07
Hits Cedar Kapids, 5; Davenport,
Krrors Cedar Kapids, (; Daven
Batteries Miller and Weaver;
Wenig, Stauffer anil Kcisinger.
Saturday's game was as interest
ing as tme could wish to see. After
the visitors had batted out four runs
in the first inning' it legan to look
like a slaughter of tickers, but the lat
ter and the team back of him re
covered and began to egg their op
xnents. Then along toward the lat
ter part of the game they got their
hitting clothes on and began to
touch the leather in tender spots.
Five hits in the seventh brought four
runs 'and tied the score with five
each. In the ninth Williams won the
game with his fourth hit.
The grounds were so wet that the
players fell right and left and a num
ber of hits on both sides would have
been "out," or errors for the fielders
if the condition had been normal.
The crowd was large and appeared
to have a good appetite for ball.
When the locals began to pound the
horse hide the enthusiasm was some
thing tremendous. Both sides did
some superb fielding, conditions con
sidered. Williams assist throwing
a man out at first- as he sat on the
ground after a fall. Conklin's catch
in right and Ma honey's steady work
at short were features.
KOCK ISLAND A.P.. R. II. P. A. K.
O'Kourke, lb .... 3
Donnelly, cf 5
Shelton, 3b .". 4
Graham, If 5
Hill, ss 5
Miller, 2b 4
Williams, c ...... 5
Conwell, rf 5
Vickers, p 4
Total 42 6 15 27 17 1
KOCKFORD . A. II. R. H. P. A. K.
Lippert, cf 5 1 2 1 0 0
Hines, 2b 5 1 2 3 $ 0
Conklin. rf 4 1 0 3 0 0
Buelow, lb 5 0 1 10 0 0
Pattison. 3i 5 1 2 0 0 0
Kruger, If 4 0 1 3 0 0
Mahoney, ss 3 0 1 2 8 0
Thiery, c 4 1 1 3 1 0
Graham, p 4 0 0 0 5 0
Total 39 .1 10 27 17 0
Kock Island 0 0001040 16
Kockford 4 00 1 0000 03
Two base hits Donnelly, Con
well, Miller, Thiery. Struck out
Graham, 4; Vickers. 3. Bases on
balls Vickers, 1; Graham, 2.' Dou
ble play Graham-Miller-0Kourke.
Hit by pitched ball Mahoney. Time
of game 1:23. Umpire Mesmer.
Catcher Shannon, formerly with
Davenport, was behind the bat for
Kockford yesterday, Thiery having
got his hand hurt.
The public will stand for an occas
ional error by Donnelly, even though
it be costly. Donnelly Is a capable,
faithful and conscientious manager
and player, and when he makes a
blunder it is only after he has done
the best he knows how to perform
Some hate wondered that there
have not been the home runs pound
ed over the fence this year that
there were last. It will be -remembered
that it was common pastime
for Zink to lay them over the right
field, fence and for Hoy and Tate to
take, turns in seeing which could
make them bounce the highest on
the pavement of Twelfth street
south of the foul line. This year,
however, there has not been a fair
ball knocked over the fence. The
difference would appear to lie in the
balls, for no one doubts for an in
stant that all the teams that have
played here are swinging the stick
as hard this season as last. Some
have thought it is because last year
the Three-1 . league used the. . Reach
ball, -while this season ihe Spalding
ball is used. It appears, however,
that both balls are made by Reach
and they are in all resect.s the same
as last year. Manager Donnelly is
of the opinion that u better class of
pitchers this season than lat has
something- to do with-it.
That was a tine running catch of
Owens' line drive in the ninth,
Hill made a strange assist in the
fourth. With Kruger on first, Ma
honey batted a warm grounder to
short and Hill ran against it. The
bali rolled toward Miller, who stood
on second, and the latter was able
to pick it up in time to retire his
Case did nice work yesterday,
striking out seven men.
Yesterday crowd was the most
musical so far this season. That
chorus in the high bleachers re
minded one of the time the stars
Kohly Miller, who made his debut
here in a Kock Island uniform Sat
urday, deports himself like a ball
player. He has nothing but 0"s in
his error column so far.
Middleton has shifted again, this
time from Kvansville to Decatur.
The Centrals and West Knds played
a Hi-inning game yesterday in the
field across the street ear track from
the ball park, the former winning by
a score of 13 to 14. The hntetries
were Crowley and Kd. Colligan and
Senger and Weaver.
Ked Wright was releasod from St.
Anthony's - ospital Saturday. It is
expected he will be able to leave with
the team Friday.
The Kock Island Independents
played Ihe Kock Island Kast Knds at
the Twelfth street park yesterday
morning, defeating them by a score
of 2 to I. Atkinson, pitcher for the
Independents, struck out 17 men.
The wives of Hunter Hill and Char
ley Case arrived in the city Saturday
evening, the former coming from
Utopia, Ohio. .
Chicago. June 0. Following are the
late base ball scores:
League (Saturday): At New York
Pittsburg 0. New York O; at Philadel
phia St. Iouls 1. Philadelphia ."; (sec
ond game) St. I,ouls 7, Philadelphia 0;
at Brooklyn Chicago 1. Brooklyn 2;
(second ganiei Chicago It, Brooklyn 5.
American (Saturday!: At Cleveland
Baltimore 3. Cleveland 7; at Detroit
Philadelphia 1, Detroit !: at St. Louis
Boston X, St. Louis 4: ait Chicago
Rain. (Sunday): At Dayton, o. Balti
more i, Cleveland 2; at St. Louis
Boston 7, St. Louis 1; at Detroit
Philadelphia :t. Detroit II.
Association (Saturday: At Colum
bue Indianapolis T. Columbus i; at
St. Paul, Kansas City and Toledo
Weather. (Sunday: At Toledo Louis
ville 4, Toledo .": at St. Paul Milwau
kee 3. St. Paul H: (second game Mil
waukee O. St. Paul 2: at Columbus .
Indianapolis :t. St. Paul : at Kansas
City Minneapolis 2. Kansas City 11;
(second gamei Minneapolis 8. Kansas
Western (Saturday): At Colorado
Springs Denver . Colorado Springs
2; at Omaha St. Joseph Omaha 1;
at Peoria and Des Moines Weather.
(Sunday: At Ouiahfl St. Joseph J),
Omaha C; (second game St. Joseph 5,
Omaha 4; at Des .doines Kansas
City r. Des Moines 0; at Peoria Mil
waukee .". Peoria 3: at Colorado
Springs Denver 2, Colorado Springs
C. - .
SEVERAL HUNDRED PEOPLE
SPEND DAY IN MILWAUKEE
Between 800 and 900 people availed
themselves of the Comus club excur
sion to visit Milwaukee yesterday.
The excursion left this citv over the
Milwaukee road Saturday night in
two sections, about 11 o'clock. The
day was an ideal one for the trip
and all who went appear to feel well
repaid for having done so. The en
tire day was spent in seeing the
sights of the city ami the two trains
reached this city on the return after
daylight this morning.
IJrenned to Wed.
Harrison Williams Sears
Miss Hattie Allen Scars
Lee D. Hopkins Rock Island
Miss Kmma K. Schafer ..Rock Island
Matthew Farmer Minneapolis
Miss Bertha Kneutson ..Rock Island
Kdward Tark South. Moline
Miss Amanda Toline Moline
John L. Menrling Sherrard
Miss Millie M. Kemp Reynolds
Happy Time In Old Town.
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Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when Buck
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Popular Ball Player Wins Miss
Emma Schafer for
CEEEMONY BY REV. WILLIAKS
Couple to Live in New Home on
A romance having its beginning
when Lee D. Hopkins won his way
into the hearts of Kock Island fans
by his star performances in the out
field culminated Saturday- evening
in the marriage of the popular ball
player and Miss Kmma K. Schafer
at the parsonage of the First Meth
odist church. Kev. It. B. Williams,
the pastor, performing the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Schafer. S4C, Sev
enteenth street, wmle Mr. Hopkins
has been a resident of Kock Island
since signing with the local team a
year ago. Iist season, it will be re
called, he was unable to play for a
number of weeks owing to the frac
turing of his ankle in a collision at
first base with Bill Krcig. of Terre
May Finish With Sioux City.
Mr. Hopkins, probably, will play
out the season with Sioux City. A
new home has been built for himself
and bride on Seventeenth street.
They will have the best wishes of all
who know them in their wedded life.
. Saved From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consump
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Announcement of Standing: of Con
tentant In the 91.000 Piano
Contest of the
1. Kock Island Hiph school.
2. Women's Union Veter
3. Rock Island Turn Verein.
4. Union mission.
ii. Hatves camp, M. W. of A.
6. M. E. church.
7. St. Anthony's hospital.
8. Au-justana college.
9. St. Joseph's school.
10. 'Industrial home.
11. Memorial church.
12. Rock Isiand Club.
13. K. of P.
14. Broadway church.
15. German Catholic church,
lfi. Visitation aeademr.
17. Y. M. C. A.
18. Odd Fellows. Rock Is
land lod--e No. 18.
10. . Sisters' school.
The above is an absolutely correct
count of the contestants in this con
test, and were counted bv the iollow
lng named citizens of fcoclt Island:
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