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TWO TO THE GOOD
Rockford Shut Out Saturday and
Davenport Given Trim-"
NINTH VICTORY OVEB I0WAN9
Deller Batted Out of the Box
Visitors Get Six Unearned
P. W. I Pet.
Bloomington 77 49 2S .630
Decatur 74 4'2 32 .of.S
Davenport 7 1 3S 33 .535
Rockford 7t 37 .613
Kock Island 71 34 37 .479
t'tnlar Kapids 71 32 31) .431
Duhiupie 7. 32 4:i .427
Springfield 73 2'J 46 .3S7
Rock Island. '.; Davenport, t'.
l!loomington, 3; Dubuque, 2.
Decatur, 4; Cedar Kapids. 3.
Rockford, 14; Springfield, 8, and
Springfield, 0; Rockford,
Rock Island. 3; Kockford. 0.
Davenport, S; Springfield, 3.
Rlooniington, 4; Cedar Kapids, 3.
Dubuque, 3; Decatur, 2.
."Davenport at Rock Island.
Dubiiquo at DIooinington.
Cedar Kapids at Decatur.
Rockford at Springfield.
For the ninth time this year Daven
port has been defeated by Rock Isl
and on the baseball diamond. Yes
terday's game was nearly a repetition
of that played across the river three
weeks atrn when Davenport lost 1 to
6. Nearly 3,(MM) sw the contest, the
largest baseball crowd of the year on
the local grounds.
The game was a
slugging match so
far as Rock .Island was concerned
Doth Deller and LcKaiT were taken
out of the box. (iraham succeeded
La Kaff and was given good support
witn tne exception of the sixth in
ning when errors were largely re
sponsible for four runs by the visi
tors. Iiitimer achieved fame by bat
ting out a triple in the fourth with
the bases full. Neither side played
gilt-edge ball, but sujH-rior hitting
won the contest for the locals.
An Karly Start.
In the first inning Crum, who made
the bow for the locals, struck out,
but Donnelly, liraham, Yuudine, Lis
ter and O'Leary singled in succession,
the first three scoring. O'Leary was
caught between second ai.d first and
the side was retired by Wind's fiy to
short. Hines located the ball for a
single in the second inning, La Kaff
hit the next two men and then forced
Hines honw by sending William to
first on four balls. At this point Gra
ham was sent from short to the box,
Donnelly came in from center. Wind
succeeded there and Latimer was sent
out to the right garden. Davenport
was then retired without another run.
In the fourth inning Davenport added
another run, Hines scoring after be
ing advanced by errors on the part of
Donnelly. Ruck Island obtained re
venge in the last half of the fourth
when live runs were added to her to
tal. O'Leary singled. Wind walked.
Dickey reached first on an error and
all three scored on Latimer's great
three-base hit to the corner of the
fence. Latimer scored immediately
after while Crum was being caught
at first. Donnelly walked and was
scored by. Yandine's hit. Lister drove
a fly to short and retired the side.
Deller Taken Oat.
After his exhibition in the fourth
Deller was replaced by Stauffer, who
was more effective, but O'Lcary
scoretl in the fifth after his two-bagger,
on Dickey's hit. In the sixth in
ning Rock Island had an attack of er
rors, Latimer, Lister ami Donnelly be
ing the offenders. As a result Alper
man, Sullivan, Williams and Ives
scored. Three hits were made in this
inning, one a two-bagger by Sullivan.
Neither side scored after this inning,
and the game thence -on was more
sharply played. The scorer
ROCK ISLAND A.I5. R.
I. A. E
Crum, If 4 0
Donnelly, cf and ss.. 3 2
Graham, ss and p .. 3 1
Ynndine, 3b 4 1
Lister, 2b 4 0
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saparilla. If constipated,
O'Leary, c 4 2 3
Wind, ff and cf..... 2 1 0
Dickey, lb 4 1 3
LaKaff, p .1 0 0
Latimer, rf ......... 3 1 2
Totals 32 9 13 :
DAVENPORT, A.B R. H.
Ives, rf 5 1 1
Ruby, If 5 0 1
Osteen, ss 5 0 1
Crockett, lb 3 0 2
Hines, 2b 5 2 1
A 1 per nisi n, 3b 4 1 1
Sullivan, cf 3 1 1
Williams, c 3 1 1
Deller, p 2 0 0
Stauffer, p 2 0 0
3'J G J 24 10 3
Score by innings:.
Kock Island 3 0 0 5 1
Davenport 0 1 0 1 0
Struck out Graham, 6;
Rases on balls La Kaff, 1;
0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 6
Two-base hits Williams, O'Leary. Sul
livan,. Latimer. Three-base hit
lt timer. Double plavs Osteen-Crock-
ett, Crum-Donnelly. Hit by pitched
ball Alperinan, Sullivan. Umpire
McNamara. Time 1:35. Attendance
Decatur 4. Cedar Kapids 3.
Decatur, .Inly 27. Decatur and Ce
dar Rapids had a battle royal, which
lasted 15 innings, with McGill and
Pelty as Ihe opposing pitchers. The
visitors fielded perfectly. Decatur
finally batted out the victory. Score:
Deeat ur 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 t 13 3
C. K'p'tls 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 10 0
Batteries McGill and Krcbw; Pelty
liloonilnsrton 3. Daunque 3.
Rloomington, July 27. Kul was in
vincible after the first inning, when
the home team bunched three hits
with two bases on balls. ISishop
pitched finely, but his support was
miserable. The isitors protested a
decision in the ninth. With two out
a$d two on bases, IVulow hit safely.
Lippert crossed the plate and I'air
was thrown out at third. The uni-
pi re claimed
the out was
run came in.
thnt Lippert loafed and
made before the t icing
3 0 000.) 0 0 3 7 0
1 0 0 0 0 1 0O 0 2 7 1
- Hishop and Donovan;
Kul and Smith.
Double Header at Sprlnr'leld.
Springfield, July 27. Springfield and
Kockford broke even in yesterday's
double-header. Umpire Peters gave
the second game to Springfield 9 to 0
because Manager Nicol, of Rockford,
objected to a decision at the home
plate. The score at that time was fi
to 4 in favor of Springfield. Score of
Kockford 1 0301 306011 16 6
Springfield 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 8 12 :
I.atteries (iraham and Meek; Ila
gentian and licit.
Score of second game:
Springfield 0001000 1 4 0
Kockford 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 04
Latteries Weniir und licit; Ki Ilia 11
TOOK LAST IKOH KOCKFORD.
Case ritohsd Brilliant Kail and With
I'erfeet Support Made It m fhutoat.
Rock Island plaved beautiful ball
Saturday and shut Kockford out by
a score of .1 to o. lase was much in
evidence and pitched a clean, reliable
game. Little hitting was done by
either side, but Rock Island bunched
three, including a three-bagger, in the
first inning, netting three runs anil
winning the game. After that neitht
side was able to work a man around
Kock Island had an errorless record.
winie one hau mark was chalked up
against Kockford. In the first inning
Crum was first up for Rock Island
and was retired at tirst. Donnelly was
in fine mettle an 1 landed on the ball
for a triple. He scored on Graham's
nit, the latter tallvmg with the as
sistance of an error, Yandine got his
base on a fielder's choice and w as
scored on O'Leary's hit. For the
balance of the contest both teams put
iip fine fielding games and no scores
were made. Score:
KOCK ISLAND, A.H.
Crum, If 4
Donnelly, ss 4
Graham, cf 4
Yandine, 3b 3
Lister, 2b, . . .
O'Leary, c ..
Latimer, rf ,
Dickey, lb .
Stark, lb ...
. . 3
. . 3
. . 4
H. P. A
Pattison, 3b 4
OTJrien, 2b 3
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3 0 1 2 0 0
3 0 1 0 3 0
0 6 21 12 1
Score by Innings:
Kock Island ......3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Kockford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Summary: Three-base hit Lister.
Two-base hit Pattison, O'Leary, (ira
ham. Rases on balls Owens, 1.
Struck out By Case, 5; by Owens, 3.
Double pla,y Owcns-Hess-Stark. Pass
ed ball O'Leary, 1. Tims of game
1: 13. Umpire McNamara.
Other Saturday Oamrs.
At Springfield Davenport, 8-G-3;
At IJloomington Illoomington, 4-S-
4; Cedar Rapids, 3-7-2.
At Decatur Dubuque, 5-11-3; Deca
Two riayers Signed.
Kock Island has signed Wind anil
Hail. Now watch the funny man who
prung pleasantries when Kockford
signed Miour get nusy. Wunl was in
the game yesterday for the firt time
;nd Hail will be put in in a day or
two. Wind is an outfielder and comes
from the Missouri Valley league,
where he has been playing with Lni-
poria, Kans. Hail comes from St.
Paul and is a shortstop.
Wits tbe I'mps.
There was remarkably little kick
ing on the work of Umpire McNamara
yesterday. In fact, McNamara is giv
ing good satisfaction. When he came
west .from the Eastern league and
took the place of Parnhaiii he expect
ed to get a place in the Western, sis
he was engaged for that league in
stead of the Three-Kye. There was a
vacancy in the Western and he was
wired to report at Omaha. The mes
sage was sent to .llegheny and he
had gone on to Syracuse and did not
receive the message for three days.
He wired acceptance and started at
once tor Uinaiiu. in the meantime.
nothing having been heard from him.
Ilerryhill was called and had the job
when he arrived. Therefore he was
put to work in the Three-Kye.
It is not generally known that Farn
ham was lined $50 for getting drunk
at the time he was discharged. Tht
message dismissing him was sent to
him at Dubuque and he could not be
found. After missing two games at
Dubuque he went to Sprinc-field and
was there notified that he was no lou
ger wanted. He attached the gate re
ceipts at the next game at the capital
for ?J0 waue-s that he claimed was
due. The Springfield management
was notified that the league owed
him in thing, a line of $.")() having bee,
chalked against him and bills to the
amount of $25 in this city having been
voucheU for hy the league manage
ment in advance. NVthing further
has been heard from him.
.lack Ilrennnn. who has been in the
city for several days, rcorted for
duty in the Western today, relieving
James Darnell, who has been work
ing as substitute.
Notes of the Diamond
O'Leary has a bin- wri-t and Lati
mer will be riven a trial behind the
bat today. Case will do the box work
Guy Dickey has a black eye, caused
by being hit by a ball that rebounded
from his bat yesterday while he was
trying to get tint of the way of it.
Manager Donnelly was laboring un
der the disadantage of a bad ankle
that hampered him in getting about
Davenport was well represented in
the audience yesterday, but it is to be
presumed that the proportion of visit
ing fans will fall off very materially
for the two other games of the series.
It looks as though that "hoodoo"
the Davenport papers talk about is
still in a fair state of health.
Probably they will say it was an
other case of luck. It was, but the
luck all favored Davenport. It ought
to have been a shut-out.
Illoomington continues to win by
A couple of hundred of the specta
tors at yesterday's game were from
Maquoketa, Iowa, and vicinity, and
I-iKafT was sent in t pitch out his
turn so that his friends from his
homo town, Delmar, could see him
work. That was enough to rattle any
Lafimer, Kock Island's change
catcher, is. a peculiar hitter. He uses
a very heavy bat and possesses the
unusual strength of arm that enables
him to swing it quickly. He received
a new bat today that wns; made to his
The circumstances were particular
ly trying. yesterday for a young pitch
er and LaKaff is not to be blamed. He
might hate pulled out had he staid in.
However.. Manager Donnelly's course
in taking no chances is to be com
mended. While Latimer's shortcomings in
the field were costly, it should be re
membered that he is not an outfield
er, and then his beautiful three-bagger
with three on base made up for
Deller is accounted Davenport's
best pitcher since Hughes' star set.
It is seldom that he has received such
a lambasting as he did yesterday.
President Sexton has decided tbe
contest between Rock Island nnd
Kockford over O'Hrien in favor of the
last named place, the evidence show
ing J hat Manager Donnelly was just
one day late in accepting his terms.
O'ltricn, it may be added, made five
errors yesterday, ami there is some
consolation in the fact that he did
not make them for Rock Island.
Th Davenport Democrat is not
disappointed in the result of the game
yesterday. In commenting upon the
prospects Saturday the Democrat
said: "Although the club is at home,
that does not mean that there will le
any trouble brewing at the home
grounds yet awhile. There are three
games with IJock Island at Hock Isl
and before that. worse luck. If it is
not against the religious principles
jf. any fan, he is needed at the. ball
park over the river this afternoon,
lie is needed with a rabbit foot. If
he can burn a little magic and work
the double cross, so much the better.
Our champions are given over into
the hands of the Philistines and griev
ously do they need the encouraging
applause and soul-cheering of the
rooter at critical times."
Shannon, the former catcher for
the Davenports, is at his old tricks.
A baseball note from Wheeling says:'
'Catcher Shannon, of the Stogies, evi
Tently drank too much 'bad water'
as he was not in the game and went
to sleep on the bench."
J'opkay has quit the diamond and
rone, back to umpiring in the New
York State league.
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"I was troubled with kidney com
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A. H. Davis, of Mt. Sterling, Iowa,
"but two bottles of Foley's Kidney
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of South Carolina., and
J. R. Birton,
in joint political debate at
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Moline, Wednesday, July 29.
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