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THE AtlGUS, MONDAY, XOVEMBKR 20, iOoX
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We have them In solid gold
and gold-Ailed. We have watch
es from $1.50 to $150.
Opposite Harper House.
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Mill I H N
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Yost's Machine Disposes of Wis
consin But Works Hard
to Do it.
HELD DOWN TO SCORE 12 TO 0
Princeton Tigers Score on Yale Chi
cago Overwhelms Illinois Mon
mouth State Champions.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania. 42.
Villa Not a. .
At Annapolis5 Navy. L'2.; Yiiginla, '.
At Cincinnati Carlisle, 34: Cincin
At Ann Arbor Michigan. 12; Wis
At West Point Cadets. Trin
At Chicago Chicago. 44; Illinois, 0.
At St. Paul Minnesota. ..5; Nebras
At Cambridge Harvard, C; Dart
At Ithaca Columbia, 12: Cornell. C.
At New Haven Vale, 23; Prince
ton. 4. ,
At Gale-sburg Knox colkge, 10;
iake Forest, 5.
At Columbus, Ohio Ohio State Uni
versity. ?,,; Oberlin.
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Nov. 2H. Michi
gan's fiKjtball eleven defeated Wiscou
in on Ferry field Saturday afternoon
12 to i. scoring one touchdown in
;ach half. The first touchdown was
llniost a replica of the play which gave
Vlinnesota her first touchdown against
Wisconsin at Minneapolis two weeks
igo, Melzner fumbling a punt and
Michigan gttting the ball on Wiscon
sin's four yard line. It teok third down
0 get the necessary four yards. The
ouchdown tit the second half followed
1 march straight down the field for So
aids. Michigan iaking the ball from
iur :;-yard line after an exchange of
)unts and never once lohing it until
inally Longman was shoved over Wis
onsin's goal line.
Hopelessly defeated. Wisconsin,
'ought hard, and only the niagnifieen;
ackling of llarlow taved Michigan
;oaI line from being crossed em thr 1
lifl'ercn: occasions following the fiiui
ouchdown by Michigan.
talc l-f-nt Iriu--f on.
New Haven. Conn., Nov. 2u. Follow,
.ng the old fashioned style of football.
Vale Saturday gave Princeton a 23 to
I beating, the worst in many years.
ut the Princeton team ha 1 the satis
faction of breaking Yale's clean record
by a beautiful 4 "-yard drop kick by
Tooker. Hut, alter all, the blue can
-fill point to a goal line that has not
een crossed by an opponent this sea
son. The name was relieved from osi
'ive dullness by Yale's adoption in the
second half of the much longed for
'open play.' when long runs around
he ends, much kicking in vrhich the
luarterbacks did their share, and two
brilliant dashes by Quarterback Hutch
nson of Yale, repeatedly brought the
to.ottti spectators to their feet.
( hli-aKU trolly.
Chicago. Nov. 2o. Chicago univer
sity completely overwhelmed Univer
sity of Illinois by a score to 44 to 0.
t no time during the contest was Chi
cago's goal threatened, and Illinois had
he ball only for a short time during
'he game. Eckersall was the star of
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the game, kicking no less than five
goals from the field, scoring a touch
down after a 20-yard run. and repeated
ly making long runs for Chicago. Bez
dek. Catlin. Walker. Williamson, Fer
guson and Hitchcock were Chicago's
chief ground gainers. Larson also dis
tinguished himself, he and Hitchcock
together scoring three touchdowns.
Moannotk State ( hatnplou.
Peoria. III.. Nov. 2'). Monmouth col
lege, as far as Millikin university and
her long string of victories over south
ern Illinois colleges is concerned, has
the champion college foot ball eleven
in this state, for Monmouth (Hit-classed,
outplayed, and overwhelmed the Deca
tur 'varsity men by a score of 35 to 0
at Lake View park Saturday In one
of the fastest games ever seen in this
SURPRISE BY DAVENPORTERS
High School Defeats Marshalitown in
Davenport high school spiKeel the
dope Saturday, defeating Marshall
town on the Davenport gridiron 34 to
it. .Marshalitown had defeated Ottnm
wa by a decisive score and Ottumwa
had in turn walloped Davenport severe
ly. But either Davenport played a
much better game than usual Saturday
or Marshalitown was badly out of
form, for the contest was one-sided
from beginning to end.
NOT SCORED ON THIS YEAR
Longview Stars Defeated Four Teams
on Gridiron During Season.
The Longview Stars wound up the
season Saturday defeating the River
sides 24 to 0. This husky team of
youngsters has not been scored on this
year, having defeated Greenbush 24
to : Seventeenth street Stars, 30 to
ti; and a picked eleven 12 to . The
boys coniosing the Longview Stars
are : Will Barth, Joseph Kelly, John
Morey. Charles Larkin. Ralph White,
Sewall Collins, Edwin Mclntyre, Ralph
Weckel. Clarence Ficken. Swift Riche,
Clair Morris, John Streckfus. Richard
Liitt. Stewart Marquis, and Herbert
SPRING VALLEY OUTPOINTED
Miners' Eleven Goes Down Before Mo
line Club 21 to 0.
Spring Valley proved rather easy for
lie Moiine Club eleven on Athleti;
fiell in the latter city yetterday after
noon. Tih visitors were outpointed in
all departments and the final scor
was 21 to o. Had it not been for th .
individual work of a few stars, notablv
Walker, the full back, the Spring Val
ley miners would have been defeated
by a much larger .score. Next Satur
day the big game in Moiine wi'.l b.
played between the Moiine Club anJ
the East Ends. These teams have met
twice this season, the club having
slightly the best of it each time. As a
curtain raiser ye-sterday the West tenets
defeated the Hawthornes 5 to O.
That Wicked Game.
Iowa City. Nov. 20. A. J. Chalmers,
father of Half Back Chalmers, ef IH-d
Moines, attendee! the football game
here Saturday. While; passing through
the gate in the crowd his pocket was
picked. The thief captured his purse
containing some money ami Sl.ooO
weirth of valuable paper.
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action,
by Dr. King's New Life Pi!ls, you can
tell It by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes;
the firmness of the flesh and muscles;
the buoyancy of the mind. Try them.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store, 25
Economy Dental Parlors
Illinois Theatre Building.
1623 Second Avenue.
FOR TEN DAYS
TEETH, WITH NATURAL GUMS
SUNDAY. OLD 'PHONE 706-Y.
S atm Good Old "Blatx J
GOAL BY HANUS
Drop Kick by Rock Island Half
Back Wins the
MOLINERS ARE OUTCLASSED
Neither Side Scores Touchdown Ni
cholas Makes Spectacular Tackle
Saves the Day.
In a game largely characterized by
fumbling, the Rock Island high schind
football team defeated Moiine high
school on the local field Saturday, a
drop kick in the first half by McManus
making the score 4 to 0. The game is
a'step for the Rock Island team to the
tri-city championship, which will be
decided at the Island Chy park
Thanksgiving day, when Rock Island
meets Davenport in the final struggle
of the year. Saturday's game was wit
nessed by a crowd numbering about
After about eight minutes of play.
Rock Island had carried the bail to Mo
lina's 25-yard line, and twice had been
held for downs. The teams were lined
up almost directly in front of the goal
posts and the signal was given for an
attempt at a field goal. McManus fell
back, caught the ball fairly, and drop
kickeel it prettily over the bar, square
ly between the posts. This was the
only score of the game. Twice Rock
Island carried the ball to the 5-yard
line, and lost it, and w'hen the first hall
ended. Rock Island was only a few
yards from a goal, anel making steady
advances that seemed likely to add
five er six points to the lieick Island
The game was in every respect the
best seen on the local fit-Id this year,
exce-pting the unusual fumbling on the
part of both teams. The twe teatm
were remarkably well matehe-el in
weight, and the intense rivalry be
tween the schools added spirit to tht
contest. The game was watched with
interest by the spectators, and every
play was followed by loud cheers foi
the team am", the individual players
I'etwcen the halves the male element
of he spectators felt compelled to re
lieve the tension by a show of enthusi
asm on the field. Reck Island's color;
we-re hoisted on the two goal pe?ts,
and the posts surrounded by support
ters to prevent the Moiine contingent
from removing the streamers. It se-em
ed that a general rough and tumble
fight weull result, but the presence ol
a big force of the city police headed by
Mayor George W. McCaskrin. prevent
e-d any elisgraceful scenes.
There was considerable satisfaction
for the local enthusiasts in the fact
that not only did Rock Island win the
game in the scoring of four points, but
that the local team outplayed Moiine
at almost every point of the game.
The punting by Ehrhorn and Llitt ex
celled that of Moiine, and on both of
fensive ami defensive plays Rock Is
iaml had the best of the argument.
Khrhorn's punts were not blocked in
a single instance, though several ol
Moline's punt formations were broker
into by Rock Island. This showed the
superiority of the lecal linemen. The
distance covered by Ehrhorn's punt
aggregated better than Moline's did
Li i it's running kicks, which are a fea
ture of Rock Island's offensive work,
were successful in every instance, and
took Moiine by surprise each time.
In ground gaining the Rock Island
team had the best of it, for exclusive
of the ground covered by returning
punts and the kickoffs. the Rock Is
land team covereel twice as much
ground as Moiine in the first half, and
about 10 yards more in the second
Mollnr Kirk OIT.
The game opened at 2: SO by Moiine
kicking off. Rock Island having won
the toss and chosen the north goal,
slightly favored by the wind. Aftei
two short gains by McManus and Liitt,
Ehrhorn punted. The ball went over
the center of the field, and on a fumble
by Moiine on the first play. Rock Is
'and regained the ball. Several good
plays were made, when Heimbecl-
fumbled, giving Moiine the ball, oe
their own 25-yard line. The fumbling
on the first play almost lost the bali
for Moiine, but it was recovered. One
ytrd was made through the line by Mo
line, and the team lined up for a punt.
By a reckless pass. Santee sent the
ball high above Richards' head, and it
was quickly covered by a local player.
Again Rock Island fumbled, and the
ball went to Moiine, hardly two yard
from the goaL
Moiine was compelled to punt out to
get the ball out of this dangerous terri
tory and it w as in Rock Island's posses
sion near the'eenter of the field. Mc
Manus went through for nearly 10 yard
and Ehrhorn gained a little. Heimbeck
knst two yards on the next play, and
on the 25-yard line McManus kicked
the goal that won he game.
Ehrhorn kicked off, sending the bal!
nearly to the goal Lne, where it was
caught by Hodgson, and returned a
short distance. After several unsuc
cessfal plays, Moiine was compelled
to kick. Liitt made one of his specfalty
plays, a running kick, sending thebal!
well down the field, to Moline's sur
prise. Wilson, who caught the ball
tumbled it. and K inner fell on it for
Rock Island. Liitt went through the
line for a 15-yard gain, a hole having
been opened in the left &ide by g.x
Cosy-xhr WW KA Hai Fm Cm. y
iur ouj a. i l
Ullemeyer L Sterling, Ji
interference. Several good gains were
made by McManus and Liitt. and the
ball was on the two yard line, with a
touchdown seeming almost certain.
Just as the crowd, Intensely awaiting
;he play, was preparing for a givat
che'er over the expected temchelown,
he ball was fumbled on an attempfeel
line plunge by Heimbeck anel leist. It
vas punted out of danger.
Wood Tfikni Out.
On the firM play Nicholas fumbled.
Mid Medine secured the ball on the "V
ard line. Wilson made 5 yards but
m the next play Medine was penalized
i yard:? for an offside play. Moiine was
aught behinel the piuy, for a big less.
ind attempted to kick. Ehrhorn and
Raines broke through, anel blockeel
ihe punt, with a loss of 15 yards for
Moiine. Liitt and Ehrhorn made 5
ards, and just as Rock Island was
bracing for a series of plays expected
j enel over the goal line, time was
called te) the great satisfaction ef Mo
line, and equal regret of Rock Islanei's
'earn and side line .supporters. NVar
the last of the half Price went in te re
dact1 Wood in the Moiine lineup.
Srfunil I loir.
Rock Island's lineup was changed in
the fecond half, Niche)!as taking his
usual place at end, McManus going tu
quarter, where he was moe at home.
Collins, who had been playing end, re
placed Liitt at full back, Liitt going to
half back. Shortly after the half
opened. Angel replaced Shinstrom at
right guard. Rock Islanel kicked off,
and after a few plays, held Moiine fer
downs, and gained possession of the
ball. A quarterback run gained Rock
Island 25 yards, but a penalty was im
posed for failure to run out the re
quired 5 yards, anel the ball returned
to a position 5 yards behinel the begin
ning of the play. Rock Islanel was
compelled to punt.
On the second play Moiine fumbled,
and Streckfus secured the ball. Rock
Island fumbled, and Moiine secured
the ball. Moiine punted, anel after one
play, Rock Island returned the pun-,
MKjn regaining the ball by holding Mo
line for downs. McManus, Kiiiner,
and Nicholas made gains aggregating
13 yards, and McManus broke away
around the end for 25 yards more,
.lock Island fell back for another at
tempt at a field goal. It was partially
oiocked, with a Joss for Rock Island
The ball was then punted to Moline's
20-yard line. After two downs Rich
irds punted to one of the Moiine men,
)ut Umpire Griffith allowed Moiine to
retain the ball. Ehrhorn blocked an
attempted kick, with a loss of 10 yards j
or Moiine. j
Moiine Mukra ;ainn. i
Then began a series of plays by Mo-j
ine that seemed destined to win them j
l touchdown. Hirst down was madj
ieveral times b fast plays, and the
istors were rapidly nt-aring the elan
;erous territoryjfor Rock Island. Rich
ards broke awai, passed two Rock Is
and men. and had no one in his way
oat Nicholas, ff e was springting hard,
and it teemed tiiat his opponent would
be unable to sfjp him. A sensational
ackle by Nicholas brought Richards
lown after a,' 2'-yard run. however,
and the day wis taved for Rock Island.
Two short gacs were made by Moiine.
ind then tb' team became nervous la
a - J . i . .... I
tg effort to ave the honors for Moiine.
two offside plays were made in suc
cession, and all hope of a touchdown
was lost te Moiine. as the time was
nearly up Rock Island secured tie
bal on ehjwns, and punted it we',1 down
.he field. In another moment time was
called, vith the bail well into Moline's
Foliawing is the lineup:
Kini r le Richard i
Ehfhorn It iJewend
StaosuD Ik Marschall
tfrreckfua c Santee
'Jainstrom rg Wool
rtainf- rt D-wrs
Cedliiis re Nekoa
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Nicholas qb Wilson
Heimbeck lhb. Hodgson leapt.'
McManus rhh Moitenson
Liitt fb Arnil
Goal freuii field McManus.
Time ejf halves 2i and 25 minutes.
Referee, Johnson. Iowa university;
umpire. C.-iflith. Iowa university; head
linesman. McManus, Davenport
crs. Dr. rf. II. Hall, Rock Island;
' Schaeht Moiine
otrw of Ibr eUaine.
Ro l: Island i- ahead of Moiine ta
the k:t five a piaye-el Lt-'wcen the-
two schie:s. The scores iu thyt
Moiine C; Hri
Rock Ilaini 0. Moiine 0; 1103 Reck
j Island 12. Medine C; 1lM--Reck Island
O. Mdihe 4; l'j-)'t--U(jfU Iviaiel 4. Me
A Moiine v.ori.an whj saw Itrnpire
"Iteddy" Griffith motioning to the lineB-
i.:en to iaove eve r for. a first down lu'
the home t am. exc:a5ire.l: "Just !'
t that! Tnst officials waving to tell
iLose Itex-k Island people; when t.
: '-1: And the was iu aruest.
be found especially
RIFLE CLUB IN DUCK SHOOT
Sportsmen Spend Afternoon at Elm
The Marlin Rille club enjoyed a duck
shoot at the Elm street range; Satur
eiay. Quite a number of Kporthinen par
ticipated, the following M-orcx belnt?
niaele; Hel'penstell. ; Harms, 5; Van
I'attin, 4; J-reeniaii. Kocho, .'J;
Halre, 2; .lunge. 1.
HUNTING WITHOUT LICENSE
Victor DeVoe Pays Fine for Violation
Victor DeVoe. of Moiine, was ar
retted on the chaise of hunting with
out a license and thin morning he ap-pt-ared
Ix.-feire Magistrate.- KIMott an 1
I aid a fine .f 'i't and ehis. The- com
plaint wa made by De puty Game War
den T. P. I.afiin an 1 L. L. Hudson.
Valuable Horse Dead.
Ix;ii.sv.ile , Nov. G-eig (". lien-
ne-tt. Fred C'ejok't crack txoyt ar-old,
dieel Haturelay evening of pneumonia.
(',!. recently reiUM d $:;o,Oi;o for him.