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ZTHE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1909.
Islanders Take Rabbits Meas
ure in Both Ends of
' Double Bill.
FIRST LIKE REAL GAME
Second Won Ka.s-, Both Sides
Making Knrs S)iiiiKlilit
r A1m Wins Two.
Rod; Island at Cedar Rapids.
DulnHiua at luvenport.
BI.M.iiiIngtuii :it Decatur.
l"'n ilia at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids. Sept. 20. (Special.)
Tilt Islanders !llt themselvt s within
a sin.ulf same (if the bunt ins yester
day hv taking Ixith ends of their doa-
hle hill with ilie Rabbits. the. playin
of whU'li gives them an off day today.
The first had all iiu earmarks of a
real contest, and mijdit have been won
by the Rabbits hail not. the customary
hobble riiiiip at the critical time.
It was in the fust inning, that the
initial s'rugKlt was put in piiUle. Tv)
hits aii'i a pass hail filled the saois
and t lit-ti Deooulcy misjudged Voxel's
tly and it three near champs scamper
home. Ctdar Rapids bunched hi'tt
lioiish I" lallv oihv in ilie final sea-
Sritincl : l-'arre.
The second game was a farce from
th Babbit standpoint. Foster started
to do the pitching, but was landed
upon for live hits, one of them a horn r
by Melii.m. and three runs resulted.
Then he was yanked out and sent t
first, while Saillanl took Hie mound.
Scote of first same:
ROCK ISLAND. AH. R. M. 1 A. 11. DAVENPORT. R. 1 1. P. A. E.J
Murphy, cf 4 1 1 :i n McGiew, 11 1 1 7, 1 !i
Reiser, ss 4 1 0 C 1 Nye, ss 1 2 ': 2 "
Meloan. if -" u 1 ' u n Geyer. rf . 0 it u 0 0
McMriiie If :! 1 4 ii ii ' Harmouth, ::b o 1 1 1 1
Kelley. "ii 4 1 1 1 2 (' ' 1 1 itll'iclisen. cf 0 0 ?. II 'I
Vogei, 2i I u :: 2 liby. If u u 2 o o
Stark, c :: u u 2 t " Shaffer, lh 0 1 7 1 1
Swaci'na. lb 4 n 1 14 it 0 E. Smiili. o 0 0 C 2 0
Hardin, p 1 u o 1 o I'aikins. p l 1 0 0
Total ::1 :: S 1'7 1 1 l! Total :i f. 27 10 2
CEDAR RAI'IDS. All. R. H. Y. A. V. DUBUQUE. R. H. Y. A. ).
Murray, cf 2 I 2 0 0 Taylor, r.b o :i 2 2
Cooley. 2b 4 1 2 1 " Backoff, cf 0 0 1 n 'I
('bilious, if 4 I' ii 1 1 ii Lerchen, Hi 0 o II ii T
Chas;. :ib 4 n 1 " S "l Daringer, If 1 0 1 0 d
Saillard. lb 4 1 2 17 1 1 Hauser. ss ' 1 1 "
Swatosh. ss- 4 u n n 1 .) White. rf 0 0 0 0 0
Doconb'y. ir 4 n 0 1 0 0 Ahring. 2b 0 .1 :l ?. 0
Rohrer, c 4 u 1 4 2 t Mason, c n n r. 1 1
Mortensen, j) 4 it 1 0 5 II Wilder, p it 0 0 2 0
Total r.4 1 7 27 l'J 1 Total 1 r. 24 11 1
Rock Island .
:: n ii n it o o o o i
it II 0 it n it o o l 1
Stoit-n base Meloan. Two base hi's
Mnnay, Saillard. Vogel cM.f Thro
base hit Cooley. struck out By Mor
tensen, 4: by Hardin. 2. Bases n'
balls Off Mortensen, :t; off Hardin. 1.
Stark, c . .,-;Y. .
Wilson, p . . ... .
. .4 2
. .: i
CEDAR RAI'IDS. Alt. R.
Murray, cf 5 u
Cooley, 2b 4 u
rjemons. rf 4 u
Chase,' Cb V :l 0
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ISLANDER FIRST SACK Eft WHO
1JEAT OUT A SINGLE AND A
DOUBLE ON ONE LEG IN
Saillanl, lb. p
S watosh. ss . .
Deconley, If .
Two base hits L,
Home run Meioaii.
..-. 2 fi 27 15 C
.?, 1 i) 1 b 1 it (i ii C
.0 II II ii (i 0 2 0 (12
( base to Cooley to Foster. SI ruck om
By Saillard. by Wilson, ". Bas"s
on balls Off Saillard. 2: off Wilson, .
To the good work of Shoitstop N;v
of Davenport Dubmpie owes the loss
of yesterday's game, t: 1. Nye having
made in the nine innings of play ;i
triple and a sacrifice, to which Mason's
error put the finishing touch. Score:
.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3
.0 00 1 0 0 0 0 01
I Stclen bare Lerchen. Two ba
bits McCrew, Harmouth, Parkins.
Three has- hit Nye. Struck out By
Parkins. ." ;by Wilder. 3. Bases on
; balls Off Parkins. 1; off Wilder. !
i Passed hall Mason. Umpire Clark.
ITnn to Illoomiaiiion.
Decatur. HI.. Sept. 20. Bloomingtou
.took two games from Decatur yester
day by good pitching and fas' fielding.
4 to 1 and .'! to 1. Score of first game:
, DECATUR. R. H. P. A. E.
Barkw. ll. :i!) 1 1
" ' Jenkins, i f
0 iV.'.rijs. 2b
! Smith. ,s
c il 2
'Ruby. If .
, Cote, cf .
Loom is. p
Total .. 1 7
BLO().IINGTO. R, ii.
I Collins. If 1 1
Snyder, ss' 0 2
I-ong. cf it 2
Keenati, lib 0 1
. Melchoir. lb '
Novacek. rf V 2 2
Roudebiis.li. 2b 1 1
Smith, c 0 1
: Rover, 0 0
i Total 4 H 27 7 ft
Decatur 00 1 00 0 0 0 01
Hloomington 1 ft il 1 ft ft 0 2 0 1
Stolen bases Barkwcll, Doudebush.
Two base hii Snyder. Novacek. Cote,
.Inikins. Struck out By Loomis. 2;
by R iver, 0. Bases on balls Off
Loomis. 4; off Rover. 5. Wild pitch
Lconiis, Umpires Earle and Her
bert. ! Second game:
Decatur 00ft 0 1 00 t 4 i
P.I'ioniiiigtoii ft 12ftftft 03 7 ft
I Batteries Cowell, Bomar and McNa-
maia; Sieen and Irwin.
; S-nnlor CniulnR for FIiik.
Springfield. 111.. Sept. 20. Steiger
and Gilbert engaged in a magnificent
' pitchers' battle in the first game of th
double header. Springfield winning 1
to ft. The second game was a travesty
on baseball, the locals scoring at- will
on Peoria's poor playing 13 to 2.
Scoie of first game:
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E.
Callahan, cf '. ..0 0 1 0 0
Bell. 2b 0 2 3 5 "
Johnson, c.. 0 0 2 0 1
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Bloommgton Defeated in Last
Game of Season on Rock
IS CLOSE TO A SHUT OUT
(,'em rnsity of Neal In the Ainui iif
niiiK Allows the Visitors to Set
n I'air of Huns.
Jim Novaoek's Bloomers suffered do
feat by a" wore of '1 to 2 in their last
appearance in this city Saturday. The
Islanders pounded out a victory early
in tha contest and after the first in
ning it was all over but the shouting.
Blooniinatoii never had a chance
with Billy Neal. who Iwlrled excellent
throughout the entire game. Billv
allowed them only four bits up
I he. ninth inning, when, with the sco.-
I to (i in his favor, he let down imt
ncntarily and the vlsirors got on the
job Ion?; enough to run a pair ol men
over the plate.
With this one exception, howeve-.
there was nothing doing for Bloom
ington in the scoring line, and th?
fans never had occasion to get anxious.
Four Do Hit IlilllUK.
Four of the Islanders did all the hit
ling for the entire team, but they did
it so well that no one could complain
about there being no pinch hitters on
tne club. Murphy made a pair of hits,
as did McBride, and Vogel and Swacinj
each made three, ten in all. Only one
of this number failed to aid tn fhs
scoring of some one or outer of th
aix runs which the Islanders cnased in.
Murphy opened tile bee for the loca's
by hitting the first pitched ball for
three sacks and scored on Meloan'.-:
sacrifice fly to center. McBride fol
lowed with the one hit of the game
which was wasted. In the fourth in
ning McBride hit safely, stole second,
and came home on the first of Vogel'.i
three drives. Swacina craked out a
two-sacker in the fifth inning and
reached second in fine shape, despi'e
the fact that he went most of the dis-
;ance on one leg. His bad anki
bothered him considerably throughout
the game,'1 but he is not of the bree 1
that gives up easily. Murphy's hit
into left field brought him home wi'h
the third or the Islanders' runs.
SnntH I-'nlltMtK IIiiIIIuk; Avrrniir,
The fourth run tame in the sixth
inning when Vogel hit safely, was ad
vanced to second by Stark and sen
home by another bingle off the bat of
Swats. The fifth and sixth runs were
made in the eighth inning. Vogel led
oiY with a hit and Melchoir gave Stark
a life at first on an error. Swats se
cured his third consecutive hit and
drove vogel lmrne and 'landed ' Stark
on third, from which point he scored
when Neal poled a long fly out to cen
ter. The score;
Vogel. 2b 4
.Veal, p .
1 "I o
. 33 0
. . 5 0
Roudebnsh, 2b . .
Erwin. rf .......
Total 23 2 7 24 S 3
Rock Island 1 ft ft 1 1 1 ft 2 0
Rlooinington ft ft ft 0 o ft ft o 2 2
Two base bits Swacina, Melchoir.
Three base hit Muriihv. Bases on
balls Off Neal, 1; off Davidson 1
Struck out By Neal. 2: hv Davidson.
!. Wild pitch Neal. Hit by pitcher
ly Neal. 1. Stolen bases Berger,
McBride. Sacrifice hits Meloan. Sn.
der (2). Roudebnsh. Time 1:30. Urn
Other S:ilun1n ftmnen.
M1 ingiieid 2 1 ft 0 ft ft 1 o '-"4 f. ft
Peoria 0 n o o 1 ft 1 ft ft 2 10 3
Batteries Miller and E. Johnson;
Rogers and Reynolds.
uavenport 1 0 0 l 1 ft ft ft w3 7 i
uiiniique o it 0 0 II ft ft ft ft ft C, 4
Batteries M. Smith and E. Smith
eirias and Mason.
Kelly, if 0 1 3' ft 0
Streeter, If 1 j 1 0 ft
McGuire. 3b (l 0 ft 3 0
Blatisf.er, ss ft l 2 4 ft
Metz. 1b 0 11 14 1 ft
Steiger. p 0 it 1 5 ft
Total 1 5 27 IS 1
PEORIA. u. it. P. A13.
Cuihbert, 3, 0 11 ft 0 1
Moore, 2b .ft 2 5 4 ft
Rowan, lb 0 ft 0 2 :
Biltz. rf 0 ft ft ft 0
Johnson, f (( 1 1 0 ft
Donnelly, cf ,.0 0 1 1 ft
Smith, ss ..0 ft 3 3 0
Reynolds, c 0 0 8 2 0
Gilbert, p , 1 ft 0 0
Total ,.,..0 4 24 12 1
, ..00ft 00ft 1 0 1
Peoria . .0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 ft
Stolen base Smith. Two base hits
-Johnson (Peoria), Blausser. Double
lays Steiger to Blausser to Metz:
Blausser to Bell to Metz; Donnelly to
jonnson to Moore to Ro'wSn. " Struck
3ut By Steiger. 2; iy: Gilbert, X
Bares on balls Off Gilbert. 4. Umpire
McFarland. .. . -r -".. -
Springfield 0 1 4 2 0 0 13 10 4
Peoria ...20000 0 0 2 :i C
BatteriesBell and Johnson; Gil
)eit, Btltz and Reynolds.
BUT ONE MORE GAME
TO CINCH PENNANT
Islanders Have to Win Another Con
test in Order to Assure This
City the Bunting.
One more victory will cinch the pen
nant for the Islanders as it will assu-e
them ,f such a percentage that Spring
field cannot possibly overcome their
N !. Counting today's contest there
remains but six games for the Island
ers to play, and if they lose five out
of that number they would have a per
centage of .:. Springfield has seven
games to play and by winning all jf
them th team would reac.i the mark
of .C25, which is shy just, five points
of where the Islanders would be. In
case Springfield should d'op one of
the seven games -vet to be rlaved. is
in all probability they will, the Island
ers could nffoid to lose all of the re
maining games and still com out at
the head of the list.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. U Pet.
Rock island 86 46 .652
Springfield 7ft 51 .M
Davenport 74 7C .5tW
Bloomingtou C! C4 .iilll
Peoria W t;."i .."iO!
Decatur CI tl!) .47.0
Dubuque .V.! 70 .417
Cedar Rapids :H 101 .2:r
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg ..!!) .'jC .7.W
Chicago Ill 45 . .(M0
New York SO 52 .GOO
Cincinnati i'.!l ;S .504
Philadelphia C7 7U .4S)
St. Louis 47 S5 .350
Brooklyn 47 S7 .351
Boston 39 in; .2X0
New York 04
St. Louis 58
W. L. Pet.
Milwaukee SO 72 .515
Louisville S5 73 .541
.Minneapolis S5 72 .53S
St. Raul 77 77 .300
Indianapolis 79 SO .49"
Toledo 1 74 S3 .472
Columbus 75 SI .470
Kansas City OS SS .430
W. L. Pc.
Burlington S2 51 .017
Hannibal S2 53 .007
Keokuk Sft 50 .5SS
Kewanee .' so 00 .371
Wateiloo 03 09 .477
Quincy 01 74 .452
Jacksonville 40 S4 .351
Ottumwa Is H2 .343
ILLINOIS MISSOURI LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
Monmouth 70 5ft .003
Reardstown 77 52 .597
Pekin 73 57 .502
Macomb 04 00 ,49
Canton 50 7S .391
Galesbtirg 47, SI .307
Cedar! Rapids, 1 2; ' Rock Island,
Decatur. 1 1; Bloomingtou,
(second game seven innings.)
Davenport. 2; Dubuque, 1.
Springfield. 13; Peoria, ft 2
ond game seven innings.)
Chicago, 4; New York. 4 (14 Innings,
St. Louis. 2: Philadelphia. 4.
Cincinnati, 5 5; Boston, 4 3.
No games scheduled.
AM ERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 2; Milwaukee, ft.
Columbus. 1 4; Kansas City, S 2.
I-ouisville, 8 4; Minneapolis, 3 2
(second game seven innings.)
Toledo. 3 r2; St. Paul, 03 (second
game seven innings.)
Omaha. 9; Lincoln, 3.
Pueblo, 9; Wichita, 3.
Sioux City. 110; Des Moines, 4 t
(second game eight innings.)
Denver. 1 i; Topeka, 9 t (second
game eight innings, darkness.)
Canton, 2 ; Pekin, 1 l (second
same seven innings.)
Beardstown, 7; Macomb. 2.
Galesburg. ft 3; Monmouth,
(second game seven innings.)
Waterloo, 0; Ottumwa, 1.
Kewanee, 3 3; Keokuk, 2 0 (sec
ond game six innings.)
Hannibal, 12; Jacksonville, 2.
Burlington, G 2; Quincy, 48 (sec
ond game five Innings.)
Bennettskold- Honor Through
Putting It Over LaValles at
Island City Park.
MEYERS IN GREAT FORM
But Single Hit .Made Off His Delivery,
While He Fans Out an Even
Dozen of Opixiiients.
The LaVelles and the Bennetts bat
led for ihe championship of the coun
ty yesterday afternoon at Island city
ball park and the latter won the game
by a score of 5 to O.i The pitching of
Meyers for the Bennetts was too much
for the LaVelles, and they made only
one hit off him, while 12 of them s-?-c
umbed to the elusive curves he bend
ed oyer 'the plate and fanned out.
Brien pitched good hall for Uk
losers, but he was hit hard and op
portunely in the first inning, when fo ir
hits netted three scores and won tho
game. The other two scores were
made in the fourth and sixth innings.
respectively, and were the result
opportune hits. The score:
LAVELLES. AB. R. II. P. A. E.
Weigand, ss 3 0 0 1 2 3
Dyce. 1 1) .3 0 0 4 0 0
McGinnis. c 3 0 0 11 2 1
Maisel. 2b 3 0 0 2 1 2
Long. If 3 0 0 2 0 it
Sand berg, cf 2 ft ft 2 1 0
Schadt, rf 3 0 1 ft ft 0
De Mink. 3b ...2 ft 0 2 1
Brien. p 3 ft 0 ft 2 0
Total 20 ft 1 24 9 0
BENNETTS. AB. R. H. P. A. 12.
Peterson, If .5 ft 1 1 ft ft
Lit tig. ss. 4 1 1 2 1 0
Manuel. 2b 4 0 2 1 3 0
Melow. cf 4 ft 1 ft 1 1
Gesenbar. c ...... ...4 1 1 0 0 0
Black, lb :.. 4 1 1 U 7 1
Evans 2 ft 1 10 ' ft :
Kirchman. rf 2 2 ft 4 2 0
Meyers, p 4 ft 0 ft 0 0
Total 23 5 S 27 14 2
Lavelles . 0 0 0 ft ft ft 0 0 ft
Benin t ts 3 ft ft 1 0 1 ft ft
Two base hit Gesenbar. Stolen
bases Peterson. Melow, Littig. Black
Evans, Meyers. Bases on balls Off
Brien. 3. Bases on dead ball McGin
nis. Evans, Black. Struck out By
Brien. 11; by Meyers. 12. Passed ball
McGinnis (2). Time of game l:
I.ntvntlnlrn Win from M. ,t K.
A curtain raiser to the main gam'-1
was played by the Lawndales and the
team representing M. & K. The for
mer won by a score of 7 to 1. Th?
batteries were Rhodenbaugh and Ihrig
for the winners and Sheen and Schroe
der for the losers.
Trlmiiieil y (inlpMhnrjr.
The clerks of the Burlington office at
Galesburs came down to Rock Island
yesterday morning and trimmed the
local Burlington clerks to the tune of
C to 4. The game was nlaved at the
Island City park and was devoid of
features. The Galesburg boys won by
consistent work. Their hitting and
fielding was much better than that of
the local boys. The score by Inning?
was as follows;
Rock Island ... 2 ft 1 ft 1 0 0 ft ft 4 0 0
Galef burg ft ft 2 ft 2 2 ft ft ft 0 S 5
BatterieB Stader and Stader; Har
din and Swanson.
Baseball teams representing the col
lege and the academic departments at
Atigustana college clashed Saturday
afternoon and the college team won.
5 to 3. Hultgren. for the academy,
aud Beckstrom. for tlu college, both.
pitched excellent ball, and the teams
played well behind them, so that Ihe
game was a very interesting one.
PENNANT IN BOX
Former Nhuider, Who Will he Draft
m1 Again, Covers Self Willi
(lory at Monmouth. '
Yesterday was the general date or
the close of pennant races in the minor
leagues. Burlington won t he Central
association honors. The league is said
to have experienced Its most satisfac
tory season since it was formed. Ali
of the cities passed the 25.uftft mini
In the Illinois-Missouri league Mon
mouth won, cinching the pennant Sat
urday through the pitching of Outer
Farland in the 17 against wrestling
Hardgrove, the former Rock Island
player. Hardgrove pitched both games
of a double header against Galesburg
Saturday and scored a shutout in both
centests. By the way, Hardgrove will
probably be drafted by Rock Island
for another trial next season.
Chattanooga players, after winning
the pennant from Augusta in a game
at the latter place yesterday after
noon, were roughly handled by the
crowd, several members being hurt
Wilkesbarre won the New York Slate
. Baxter Pupil Lowers Record.
Miss Vida Lewellyn. western golf
champion, Saturday at LaGrange, tin
iter me tutelage or Aiex liaxter, pri
fessional instructor at the Rock Island
Arsenal Golf club, lowered her records
for both 9 and 18 holes, her card read
ing 42 and il, or a gross of 89. Her
championship score was 91. Mr. Bax
ter, as a result of his development of
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UNDER THE KNIFE
Harry Obland of the Davenport Team
.submits to Serious Operation
Harry Ohland, centerfielder for the
Davenport Three-Eye team, submitted
to a serious operation Saturday even
ing following an acute attack of ap
pendicitis which came upon him Fri
day evening while at his home in this
city. He was removed from his home
to Mercy hospital in Davenport und
orders by Dr. J. A. DeArmand. Th
operation is thought to have been suc
cessful and the sufferer .was reported
as resting easy this morning and in :i
fair way to recover his health and
strength. He will be unable to play
ball any more this year, however, and
his lors is a serious one to the Prodi
gals as he had been at his best just
before suffering the attack.
LINE 0' DOPE
NHzcl has not made much of a
showing with Cleveland.
Ed Lewee, former manager of the
Commodores, has been again signed as
manager at Freeport.
Rufus Gilbert," the Peoria pitcher. Is
to again coach the Bradley Polytechnic
institute football eleven at Peoria this
Peoria has apparently lost out in
the race with Bloomington for the first
division. Those double headers yes
terday did the business. :
Frank Murphy and Claude Stark are
preparing to spend the winter in t li
city. The former will take a position as
assistant clerk tit the Harper house at
the conclusion of the baseball soasoo,
and the latter has several places open
Chicago's hopes for the National
league pennant were practically extin-
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Hay Bronson Almost, Gets Chicago
bi weight's Goat in Battle
at New Orleans.
New Orleans, Sept. 2ft. It took
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day afternoon at the West Side Ath
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in the opening round Bronson lur
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cago man's jaw, flooring him. In the
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ICth they went to work at close
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