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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1905.
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fective that we do not believe an
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IN SECOND PLACE!
Rock Island Team Takes Another
Jump in Percentage
0AVENP0RT LOSES SECOND
Both Pitchers Work Weil Timely Hit
ting Lands Game for Islanders
Wan in First.
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Dubuque.
Peoria at Decatur.
Dloomington at Springfield
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By taking yesterday's game from
Davenport the Islanders jumped into
second place in the percentage column
and sent the Riversides down to share
honors at the bottom of the list. Hard
losers as they are, the Davenport fans
tad grarped at a straw and hoped
against hope that something would
happen, by some hook or crook they
coald beg. buy or steal a game from
Rock Island. Bat both the fates and
the Rock Island team were against
them, and once more a few of th best
fans in Davenport the rest are stay
ing away from the games wended
their way out of the gates of the park
with anything but smiles on their
faces or cheerfulness in their hearts.
Won la I be I 'lrnl liinlnic.
The Islanders won the game in the
t;rst inning by getting two scores.
W'hiie they picked up another in the
seventh it was not necessary, for the
Riversides were able to push only one
than across the plate.
Davenport fans have said for many
months that Ruby is unkind, but no:
m Islander would have believed it be
fore that afternoon. But in the fourth
inning he fuMy demonstrated that he
does not love his enemies nor do good
to those who spitefully treat him
Haven't those Davenporters sen Rub
play that field from the carriage line
to the fence and from the fence to the
base lines? Haven't they yelled them
vives hoarse when he would run
a?ioss the field and do those one hand
ed stunts? But vesterday when he ran
far beyond the carriage line and grab
bed Nieman's foul with one hand not
a Davenport hand was heard. It was
pitiful to hear the remarks dropped in
the grand stand about players and
management ami other things along
Mo-hern Worked Well.
Exceptionally good work was done
by both pitchers. Morrison was in the
box for Davenport and held the Island
ers down to five hits, striking out
eight men. Wallace worked steadily
and kept the eight hits scattered so
that they were not good for much
while on the contrary the Islanders
made hits material elements in all ol
the three scores. Wallace gave only
one pass as against four by Morrison
Haby aad Sweemey Sre.
In the first inning Ruby reached first
on an error by Crockett and went to
second while Lister was being caught
at first. Sweeney hit. scoring Ruby
and came home himself on a passed
In the seventh Hank Walters hit
one that went into the air and nobody
seemed to know where it was coming
down. It finally dropped behind the
shortstop's position, and Burg. Me
Greevey, Harrod and Webster all stood
looking on. The ball rolled around on
the ground and each one seemed
afraid to touch it. Meanwhile sec
ond base was left unguarded and Wal
ters went down and there was nobody
there to catch him. He advanced on
McConnell's sacrifice and scored on
Carlisle's lone hit into left field. The
ROCK ISLAND, AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
Carlisle, cf 3 0 2
Ruby, If 3 1 0
Lister, lb 2 0 0
Sweeney, ss 2 1 1
Wanner, 2b 4 0 1
Van Dine, 3b 4 0 0
Walters, rf 4 1 1
McConnell, c 3 o it
Wallace, p 4 n o
Totals 29 3
Burg, ss 5
Webster. 2b 3
Crockett, lb 3
Swalm, rf 4
Alperman, 2b 3
McGreevey, If 4
Harrod, cf 4
Nieman, c 4
ilorrisou, p 4
AB. R. II. PO.A. E
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Score by innings:
Rock Island 2 it it 0 O 0 1 0 ) 3
Davenport 0 t o 1 (t O 0 it 0 1
Two base hits Wanner, Walters.
Bases on balls Off Morrison, 4; otl
Wallace. 1. Struck out By Morrison
w; by Wallace, 4. Passed ball Nie
man. Double play Sweeney-Wanner
Lister. Sacrifice hits McConnell,
i rockett, Alperman. Stolen bases
Webster. Nieman. Time 1 : 4. I'm
pi re Cusack.
What did Stauffer do yesterday?
What did Wallace do yesterday?
Wnat did Rubv do vesterdav?
Davenport passed another bad night.'
The wind worked against any heavy,
That double play made bv Sweetie". j
Wanner and Lister. in the ninth caused
something of a relief.
Wanner got himself in bad shape
and then caught a tly from Harrod
with one hand. The wind made it a
By winning yesterday Rock Island
jumped over Springfield and Dubuque
and landed in second place. Here's
hoping we may stay there or do better.
Mighty bum team work by Daven
port. And right after they had fallen
down on a short high fly to left, the
Islanders turned about and gave them
an object lesson.
It was a shame for Hank to make
that a two base hit, but there was
nothing else to do when half of the
team was playing ring 'round rosey
with the ball.
Davenport fans are going to get
Webster's scalp. They are after it.
you may have noticed. They are after
McGieevey, too. "Hit the ball and
stop chewing," was the advice given
him yesterday when he objected to a
strike called on him.
feilar Rapid, 3 Dubuque, O.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June C. Com
binations of doubles, triples, and sin
gles won the game for Cedar Rapids
Stauffer pitched a fine game and was
given errorless support
Spe..cer, 3b 1
Reagan, cf o 0
Hines. lb 0 0
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ...2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 03
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 0
Two base hits Davis (2). Stauffer,
Buelow. Three base hits Gill, Spen
cer. Bases cn bails By Stauffer. C;
by Cook, 1. Struck out By Stauffer,
2; by Cook, 5. Time 1:30. Umpire
Peoria. 12 BImbiUkIm, 1.
Peoria. 111.. June C. Peoria outplay
ed Bloomington getting out of a rut,
during which they have lost seven
straight games in the last week.
Smith's home run in the fifth was the
only score tallied by the visitors.
Fleming, ss 2 2 3 1
Olmstead. 3b 1 1 3 u
Morton, p 0 0 1 2 0
Totals 12 13 27 13 -
BLOOMINGTON. R- M. P. A. E.
Godwin, cf 1 3 0 0
Sass, rf 2 0 0 0
Herbert. 3b 0 0 1 1
Conners. If 0 2 0 0
Walters. 2b 0 1 2 0
Snvder, ss 0 1 1 ft
Smith, lb p 1 2 3 3 0
Donovan, c " 0 3 0
Moore, p 0 0 1 2 0
Ott, lb 0 1 4 0 1
Totals 1 S 24 15 2
Score by innings:
Peoria 2410032 0 12
B.oomington ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 it o 1
Three base hit Shour. Home run
Smith. Bases on balls Off Moore, 2;
off Smith, 5. Struck out By Moore,
1; by Morton, 4. Umpire Weston,
lime 1:40. Attendance 5)o.
Decatur, 10; SpriuRfiel J. 8.
Springfield, 111.. June C. Springfield
was defeated by Decatur in a slugging
match in which the high wind made
hits easy. The locals knocked Hardy
out in the second inning, but the visit
ors overcame the lead and won
through errors. Score:
SPRINGFIELD, R H- PO.A. E.
Lippert, if 1 1 2 0 0
Jacobs, 2b 1 3 1 1 1
Wright, lb 0 2 S 0 0
Novacek. It c I 2 3 0 0
Donnelly, cf 1 1 3 0 1
Seharnweber. ss 0 o 2 4 2
Ebiif.ht, 2b 2 1 4 2 1
Gruebner. If 0 it o u o
Ludwig, c 1 1 4 I ('
Zeider. p 1 1 3 o
Totals 8 12 27 11 f.
DECATUR. R H. PO.A. K
Thornton, cf rf 1 2 3 1 o
Brevet te. ss 1 1 4 8 o
McFarland. rf 3 3 0 it
Lewec. 2b 1 1 1 2 0
Kuhn, lb 1 2 13 0 o
Purtell. 3b 2 0 1 1
Gert h. If rf 0 o 1 0 o
O'Connor, c 2 1 4 o n
Syfert. p 1 o 1 5 0
Hardy, p 0 o o
Totals 10 12 27 17 1
Score bv innings:
Springfield 0 4 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 S
Decatur o it 3 1 0 tt 5 1 o l;t
Two base hits Ludwig. Jacobs, Lip
pert. Lewee. Wright. Thornton. Kuhn.
Three base hits Donnelly, Novacek.
Home run McFarland. Bases on balls
Off Zeider. 4; off Hardy. 1; off Syfert,
3. Struck out By Zeider, 5: by Hardy.
1: by Sytert. 3. Umpire Lynch. At
Rock Island's Golden State Wtl
Run Through Summer
TAKES PLACE OF FAST MAIL
Will Take Care of Contracts Just Lost
by Santa Fe Time Card Is
GOSSIP OF THE GAME
The Rock Island made the announce
ment yesterday that its Golden State
limited train, by way of El Paso and
the Southern Pacific to the Pacific
coast, will not be withdrawn from
services for the summer mouths, as
heretofore has been done, but w ill con
tinue to make daily runs throughout
It had been announced that the train
would be taken off last Sunday and the
time cards were made up with this in
The reason seems to b that tlu?
Santa Fe has lost the contract for car
rying the United States mail from Chi
cago to southern California and the
Rock Island and the Southern Pach'c
railroad have secured the contracts
both from Chicago and St. Louis and
southern California. To avoid running
a special fast mail train between Chi
cago, St. Louis and Is Angeles the
Rock Island and Southern Pacific con
cluded it would be a saving of money
to them to continue the GoUUn State
limited and make it perform the mail
Make Heeonl Ituu.
The Pennsylvania railroad broke all
records between New York and Chica
go yesterday by making the run of
S;t7 miles in 17 hours flat. This feat
was accomplished by two siecial
trains, one running from New York
to Pittsburg in eight hours and 50 min
utes, and the other making the trip
from Pittsburg to Chicago in eight
hours and ten minutes. The runs were
trials of speed to demonstrate the abil
it y of the Pennsylvania to put an 18
hour train Into service and make the
schedule with ease under ordinary cir
STANDING OF LEAGUES
Wo Can Help You
Quito n. Little with Our
Afado of cool, airy homespuns,
flaiinele, s-ei tfes and other light
Coat tni Trousers Only, and They are
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The lawn mowing process is becom
ing infectious. Vaudine and Walters
fell under the machine this morning.
The Rabbits come tomorrow and the
Islanders will enter upon another
short series on the home grounds.
When you are coming home from a
ball game in Davenport, passers in
the streets do not ask you about the
score nowadays. They pre'tend not to
They are still talking in Davenport
of that catch of the high one back ot
short by Carlisle. The wind made it
a brilliant piece of work, and "Car'
juggled it while running 40 feet before
he finally knew he had it.
Springfield papers state that the as
sociation of that city has made a mis
take in not providing sealing accommo
dations for at least r,0M) people in the
park. Hundreds are said to be kept
away because of lack of seats.
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Cincinnati, 3; St. I.ouis. 2.
New York. 11: Boston. 2.
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New York. 5; Boston. 2.
Washington. C; Philadelphia. 4.
St. Joseph. G; Sioux City. 4.
Denver. 11; Omaha. 2.
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Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev ().
D. Moore, pastor ol the Baptist church.
it Harpf rsville. N. Y.. will interes t you.
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ONE DEATH BENEFIT PAID
Rock Island Arsenal Aid Association
Has 767 Members in All.
The report for May of Secretary
George I. Gillette of the Rock Isl
and Arsenal Employes' Aid association
contains the usual feature of the pay
ment of a 25 death benefit. A. Christi
an -on. th veteran guard, who died last
month, having been a number of the
association. The report is as follows:
Members in good standing.... 707
New members for May 11
Amount in treasury May 1....$ 21.35
Collections for May 1 190 On
The disbursements for the month
amounted to $302.40; tin; emergency
fund amounts to $Hi2.95; the balance
in treasury June 1 to $114.95; total
amount in treasurer's hands $277.90.
The Salve That Penetrates.
IeWitf Witch Hazel Salve pene
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protruding piles. The original ' and
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nerves. He will explain why it
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