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THE ABGU8, FRIDAY, JTTNIB 241904,
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WHILE ANVIL CHORUS PLAYED
Much Knocked Pitcher Prores Only
Member of Staff Able to Cope
With Rock Island.
Harry Stauffer Jams the Moses who
ed Davenport out of the darkness at
the Twelfth street park yesterday af
tornon. Harry, despite that all fair
judges of the merits of a ball player
have since his first Introduction In
a Davenport unitorni considered
him one of the mainstays of the ag
Kregation. has lost his hearing almost
as a result of the Industry of the anvil
chorus, and-, naturally it was with
iomn misgivings he faced the
bunch of batters that had so humili
ated his compatriots of the twirling
department in the games in the two
preceding days. He was steady as a
clock throughout the nine innings,
keeping the hits well scattered and
watching the buses like a hawk. The
mly blurs on his record were a
wild pitch and an error made through
his overanxiousness to field a ball
that Conroy had knocked in the vicin
ity of first base in the second inning,
when Harry turned a somersault and
threw wild to Crockett. The score
was : and I. ,
Larata . On lljirlntj :- Kiinnlne.
Oaring base running cheated Hock
Island out of at least two runs, three
men bein tagged at the plate,, one
if these, Vandine, falling a victim to
'hat old game that the boys used to
work during the da s of the civil
war. the throwing of the ball by the
catcher to the pitcher instead of to
second to tag the. man stealing from
first. Hut no matter. No one blamed
Van. lie is not the first one to be
Waited by this game. Even the play
ers in the major leagues now and
then allow themselves to be pulled
hi it. Davenport had been handed
wo unmerciful beatings, and no one
was sorry thai the team won the game.
Rock Island wants to finish ahead of
its old rival at the end of the season,
but does not care to resort to the rub-bing-in
process. Of course the boys
tried to win yesterday, but the fact
that they did not is not going to cause
any loss of sleep by the management
or among the fans.
I.nknir In WinuliiK form.
Lakaff had the better of the argu
ment over Stauffer in that he fanned
three to 006 lr the Davenport twirl
er. but the visitors were more lucky
itt their hitting. Take Miller as a
Xaii' aample, Ives putting him out
three times in center field without
having to run altogether over twenty
feet. A stiff wind was blowing from
the southwest and it was difficult for
either team to knock the ball outside
the diamond. Flies went up straight.
The players on both sides were badly
handicapped by the dust, and the won
der is that they furnished as clean an
exhibition as they did.
Davenport scored in the first inning
on hits by Ruby anil Jacobs. Thorn
ton led off for Hock Island with a
slashing two-sacker in left, but was
thrown out at the plate when he at
tempted to score on Lally's hit to
right field. Lally was tagged stealing
second, the first out having been made
by Miller. The locals tied in the sec
ond on a hit by Lister, who came the
remainder of the way on a wild pitch
and Stauffers mess of Conroy s
I'iimm llrliiK" n Run.
A base on balls to Huhy. a steal and
a hit by Crocked added one to the
Davenport column in the third, and the
other came in the fifth on a hit by
Stauffer. a sacrifice ly Ruby and a
base drive by Crockett. In the fourth
Smith took a long chance when he
tried to go from second home on Con
roy's liner to center, and nearly beat
the ball in. Smith had drawn a base
on balls after Vandine had expired on
a grounder to Crockett. Smith stole
second. Walsh finished the inning on
a short drive to Stauffer.
Two men were on bases in the
sixth when Vandine. who had made a
hair-raising drive for two liases in
right, fell in the trap that Dal Williams
had arranged for him. Smith followed
Vandine with a single and the pros
pects were never brighter for scoring.
Conroy. who displayed a batting eye
that won the confidence of the fans, be
ing at bat.
Smith started for second, Dal drew
back his mighty wing us if he were to
make a liercniean enori io eaicn me
runner. Jacobs playing in close be
hind the pitcher to receive the ball.
It seemed really as if the plan were
to try for Smith. Instead Stauffer
canal the ball. Vandine. who had
i big lend off third, started for home.
but the ball was there by several
feet, and thus ended Rock Island's
last chance to tally, not getting a
hit in the succeeding three innings.
ROCK ISLAND. A.B. R H. P. A. R
Thornton, cf 4 O I 0 0 0
Miller. 2b 4 ,0 0 4 E 0
I.allv. rf 4 1 2 0 0
Lister, lb 4 1 1 11 1 0
Vandine, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Smith, c 3 0 1 5 1 0
Conroy, If , .3 0 1 2 0 0
Walsh, ss 3 0 0 2 1 2
Lakaff, p 3 t 0 0 4 0
Total 32 1 C 27 13 2
DAVENPORT. A.B. H. R. P. A. E.
Ruby, If 2 2 1 3 0 0
Williams, c 4 0 0 4 1 0
Crockett, lb 4 0 2 10 0 1
Jacobs, ss 4 0 1 5 0 1
Ives, cf 4 0 0 4 li
Swalm. rf 3 0 1 0 1 0
Alperman, 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0
Dunn, 2b 3 0 0 1 4 0
Stauffer, p...'. 3 1 1 0 5 1
Totals 31 3 C 27 12 3
Score by innings:
Rock Island oluOUuOO 0 1
Daveaport 1010100U 0 3
Summary: Two-base hits Thorn
ton. Vandine Bases on balls off Ia
kaff 1. off Stauffer 1. Struck out by
Lakaff o, by Stauffer L Wild pitch
Stauffer. Time 1:0. Cnipire Mc
STANDING OF CLUBS.
' P. W. L.
Springfield 43 27 1C
Cedar Rapids 49 30 19
Decatur 47 27 20
Dubuque 49 23 20
Rock Island 45 21 24
Bloomington 48 22 2C
Rockford 48 21 27
Davenport 49 21 2S
New Yort 3S 1;
Chicago S3 19
Cincinnati :14 21
Pittsburg 28 20
St. Louis 20 20
Brooklyn 22 35
Boston 21 34
Philadelphia 13 3S
Boston 35 18
New York 31 21
Chicago 32 23
Philadelphia 2S 24
Cleveland 2C 24
St. lAuis 24 20
Detroit 22 29
Washington 9 42
HKSI lI'M Vestbrday,
Davenport, 3; Hock Island. 1.
Cedar Rapids, ; Bloomington, 1.
Springfield, 9; Rockford, 5.
Decatur. 3; Dubuque, I.
AM BRICAN LEAGUE
Chicago. 2; Cleveland. L
Philadelphia. 5: Boston. 1.
Detroit, 2; St. Louis, 0.
New York, 7; Washington, 4.
Chicago. 0; Cincinnati. 4.
St. Louis, 3; Pittsburg. I.
New York. 6; lkaton, 2.
Brooklyn. 5; Philadelphia. 4.
AM ERIC A N A SS( M'lATK) N.
Louisville. 7; Indianapolis. 2.
Columbus. 10: Toledo. 3.
Colorado Springs. 0; Sioux City, 4
t thirteen innings.)
Des Moines, 7; Denver, C.
Omaha. 2; St. Joseph. 0.
Evansville. 22: Fort Wayne. 4.
Peoria. 3; Terre Haute, 0.
Dayton. 2: South Bend, 0.
Grand Rapids, 5; Wheeling, 2.
CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS.
LAW June 23. 70. Henry Wolf ring
vs. Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Rail
road company. Case. Motion for new
trial denied. Judgment on the ver
dict against the defendant and in favor
of the plaintiff for $150 and for costs
and execution. Defendant accepts and
prays an appeal to the appellate court
of the Second district which is allowed
upon the defendant entering into bond
in the sum of $400 conditioned as re
quired by law with sureties to be ap
proved by the clerk of this court. Bond
in 3o days, hill of exceptions in 9o
'.",. Mary Littig vs. City of Hock Isl
and. Case. Motion for new trial de
nied. Judgment on the verdict in fav
or of the plaiutifl and against the de
fendant lor $$93 and costs and for
execution. Defendant excepts and
prays an appeal to the appellate court
of the Second district which is al
lowed. Bill of exceptions in 00 days.
124. August H. Arp vs. H. L. Bullen.
Motion for new trial overruled. Judg
meat on the verdict in favor of the
plaintiff and against the defendant
for $tN.-.r.o and costs and for execu
tion. Defendant excepts and prays an
appeal to the apiellate court of the
Second district which is allowed upon
defendant entering into bond condi
tioned as required by law in the sum
of $7"o with sureties to be approve
by the clerk of this court. Bond in
30 days. Bill of exceptions in Go days.
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MISS A BLANKING
Gruebner's Error on a Grounder
Saves Dubuque Shutout
BOTH TEAM8 PLAY EAQ0EDLT
Senator Found Out A other at
J lock lord. Bunnies Defeat
Decatur, June 24. Gruebner's fail
ure to stop Hadley's grounder in the
fifth inning gave Dubuque its only
run. Dines sacrificed and Eastman hit
tor two bags, sending the run over the
plate. Hardy had superb control and
pitched effectively. The score:
DBCATUR, R. H. PO.A. E.
Nichol). cf 1 1 0 0 0
Oruebner, ss 2 2 2 2 2
McFarland. rf 0 1 0 0 0
Swacina. lb 0 2 11 0 1
Kuhn. 2b 0 3 2 0
H. Walter. If 0 1 1 0 0
R. Walter. 3b 0 0 0 2 1
O'Connor, c 0 110 0 1
Hardy, p 0 It 4 (
Totals . . .
Thiery. c . .
:: 8 27 M 5
R. H. PO.A. E.
0 1 S 1 1
Wolfe. If 0 0 1 0 0
Reagan, cf 0 1 0 0 (
Hughes. 2b u 2 2 1 1
Pattison, 3b 1 2 1 1
Hadley. ss 1 0 2 3 1
Hint's, rf 0 0 0 0 0
'Cast man, p 0 1 0 5
Decatur . . .
. mbuque . .
Two base hit Eastman.
Three base hits- Gruebner, Buelow.
Struck out By Hardy. 7; by Eastman.
Spriiicttrld . KcKikforri 5.
Rockford. June 24. Springfield hit
he ball and Rockford could not keep
it) the terrific pace. Score:
Re...d z 24 ETAOI SHRDLI T
R. H. PO.A. E.
Davidson, If 1 1
Stark, rf 1
Dalrymple, cf 2 l
Meek, lb 1 2
Sbour. 3b 0
Hesaler, c 0 l
9choonhoven, ss ( 2
O'Brien. 2b 1 1
laeger, p 0
Donnelly, cf . . .
H. PO.A. E.
0 u o 0
Totals 9 11 27 12 i
Score by innings:
Rockford 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 E
Snrinefleld 0 2 o 3 0 0 4 0 09
Summary: Three base bits Ward
Wriirht. Home run Ebright. Struck
out By Jaeger, 2; by Ward, 2. Fin
Cedar Kwpiil K. ninoinlntton 1.
Bloomington. June 24. Bloomington
could not take advantage of Fieue's
wildness, and, with the bases tvic
full, could not connect safely. Kin
sella also pitched wild, but enough
tilts were bunched in the sixth to win
. . . 0
. . . .0
. . . 0
. . . 0
. . . 9
Kane. 3b 1
CEDAR RAPIDS. R.
Durkee, 3b 1
Davis. If 0
Hupp, rf 0
Himes, cf 0
Ball. 2b 0
Hill, lb o
Berte. ss 0
Ludwig. c 1
Fiene. p 1
H. PO.A. E.
12 0 0
0 2 2 0
10 0 0
1 2 0 0
11 11 0 0
0 1 0 li
12 5 0
0 7 3 1
0 0 2 0
10 0 0
5 27 12 1
H. PO.A. E.
2 4 2 1
2 10 0
10 0 0
11 2 0
(i 2 1 1
0 9 0 0
0 1 2 0
2 0 2 0
8 27 8 2
has property and effects the safe
keeping of which requires the ap
pointment of a conservator. It is or
dered that John W. Day be appointed
conservator under bond of $1,500 and
that when said bond is filed and ap
p roved and said John W. Day takes
the oath as such conservator herein
tha' letters of conservatorship issue
to him. the said John W. Day.
Estate of Hazel Norris. Iuventory
liled and approved.
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Batted for Kinsella in the ninth.
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids 00 0 0 OS 0 0 03
Summary: Two base hits Kniger.
Kane. Ludwig. Struck out -By Kin
sella. 7; by Fiene. 9. Wild pitch
Fiene. Umpire Beardslcy. Attend
IN THE COUNTY C0UET.
June 23. Estate of George B.
Browner. Final report of administra
tor filed and approved. Ordered that
administrator notify heirs and all par
ties interested by publication in some
newspaper published in Rock If land
county. Illinois, at least once in each
week for three successive weeks.
In re conservatorship of Charles
Swanson. spendthrift. Cause called for
trial. Proof of service. Said Charles
Swanson defaulted herein, he not ap
pearing in person or by an attorney.
Jury impaneled and sworn. Hearing.
Verdict that said Charle Swanson is
a spendthrift, and by reason of such
condition is incapable of managing
and caring for his own estate. It ap
pearing that said Charles Swanson
Rock Island won nine out of the 13
games played in the series that ended
yesterday. Not so worse.
Pattison is again playing at third for
Dubuque. The protest from Waterloo
probably got lost in the shuffle.
M. H. Sexton, president of the West
ern league left last night for a visit
to the towns comprising that organiza
tion. Manager Hayes has filed a claim for
the services of J. D. Deller aud John
.Morrison, who are playing in the Iowa
league. Deller was one of the regular
pitchers of last sea-son's team.
For the first forty-five games Deca
tur has four men batting better than
300. They are Swacina, 341; Kuhn.
331; H. Walters, 325. and McFarland.
313. Nichol has a clear fielding rec
ord. Davenport Democrat : Now it's the
Davenport pitchers that are responsi
ble for the present losing streak. Ear
lier in the season it was the outfield
and later the blame was shifted upon
the intield. Who will it strike next?
Haggerty has been released by Dav
enport and is now at liberty to sign
elsewhere. So far tbis season lie has
at various times been a member of
the Dubuque, Springfield and Daven
port teams. There sire stiil five other
clubs in the Three-Eye league, so Hag
gerty should not be discouraged.
There is no pitcher that Rock Island
would rather lose to than Harry Stauf
fer: Because he deserves to win. be
ing the steadiest member of the twirl
ing department of the Davenport team,
and further because of the lack of
appreciation there is shown for him
among the fans of his own bailiwick,
and above all he conducts himself as
The notice that there would be
warm bricks for Davenporters with
cold feet at the Twelfth street park
appears not to have gotten abroad
in the town on the other side, for near
ly all the familiar faces were missing
yesterday. Two with the possibility
Of three straight was more than they
could endure, and they remained at
home to await the news in a lump.
A Springfield baseball enthusiast af
ter hearing a Decatur man beef about
the management of the Decatur team
and the sort of game that the Decatur
men put up generally said: "I saw
two of the last series of games that
Decatur played at Springfield and I'll
bet money that within two weeks the
Decatur team will be making a strong
fight for first place in the pennant
race." There were no takers of his
Dearmond, the Terre Haute third
baseman, who was sold to the Cincin
nati reds, but whose rheumatism kept
him out of the game this spring, will
play with Grand Rapids. President
Smith of Terre Haute has consented
to the ileal, with the understanding
thai should be got in good condition
he is to go to the reds, who paid 300
of the $1,000 purchase price with
agreement to pay $7on win n he should
make good as infielder. He will play
in the outfield with Grand Rapids.
Ten members of the Rock Island
team went on a barnstorming trip to
Savanna UmIuv to meet the crack ama
teur team in the town that Pete Lis
ter came from. The boys bad a guar
antee of their expenses and little on
the side. Those going were Lister,
Walsh. Robertson, Thornton. Vandine.
Blakey. Conroy, Lally. Iikaff and
McDonough. Second Baseman Mil
ler, all the pitchers but. one,
and Catcher Smith remained at
home. The regular team will leave to
night to open a series tomorrow at Decatur.
INJCRIES FROM FALL MAT
CAUSE DEATH OF LAB0RFE
An Austrian laborer on the construc
tion of the inferurban line between
Davenport and Clinton, in a fall from
a platform 12 feet high at Le Claire
yesterday afternoon, was probably
fatally injured. He is at Mercy hos
pital, in Davenport. Four men were
on the platform when its support
broke, throwing them to the ground.
The other three were less seriously
hurt than the one at the hospital and
they were removed to Valley City and
placed under the care of a physician.
All are Austrians.
NATL0N AS A CANDIDATE
FOE CIRCUIT CLERKSHIP
Thomas J. Naylon. of this city, is
being urged by his friends to become
a candidate for the nominal ion tor cir
cuit clerk before the democratic con
vention next week. Mr. Naylon is one
of the auditors at the Woodmen head
office, anil is a young man with a large
following of friends.
AH members of Rock Island lodge
No. 18. I. O. O. F. are requested to
meet at Odd Fellows' hall Sunday,
Tune 20. 1904, at 1 p. m.. and attend
in a body the funeral of the late
George W. Aster. Kuneral services to
be held at bis late residence. Twen
tieth street and Eighteenth avenue, at
2 p. m.. June 2th.
Brother Odd Fellows of other lodges
invited to attend.
MILLARD F. STEVENS.
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