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SEVEN INDICTED FOR DEATH
Mans'aughter Charge Follows Death of
Eddie Greenberg, Pugilist.
Streafor, 1:1.. Oct. is. The La Salle
county grand jury has returned indict
incnts for manslaughter against seven
persons identified with the prize tight
n Salle on .Inly I, last, when Eddie
Tancel. as alleged, adniinistereel bleiws
upon the head of KMie Greenberg. pro
elucing concussion vt the brain aurl re
suiting in his eleath. The surviving
principal in the fight, the seconds,
referee, tinieke-per. and manager of
the clul) promoting the light were held
responsible by the grand jury. Their
names are Eddie Tancel. Howard Carr.
.lames Koss. James Harriett, V. II.
Farmer, T. K. Jones, ami Mannic
Greenberg. the latter a brother of the
pugilist who was killed.
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BY RIBBED UNDER
BOUT FIERCE ONE
McGovern and Corbstt Fight
Bloody Six Rounds to
BOTH STRONG AT CLOSE
Denverite Landed One in Second Much
Like Blow That Won Him
Philadelphia. Oct. IS. In one of the
most bloody fights ever decided iu this
city Young Corbett and Terry McGov
ern, ex-world s champions, piiinineiuu
each other for six rounds at the Na
tional Athletic club and at the end of
the- gruelling contest honors were even.
The memorable day at Hartford.
Conn., Nov. 1'S, 10ul, when McGovern
lost his title, be'i!g knocked out in the
second round, was nearly repeated
last night. Terry was swinging wildly
in the second round, when Corbott
stepped in and caught him with a right
hand punch to the jaw. dropping him
to the floor, where he lay, taking I ho
count of seven.
He' naif-rested ou one knee and at
the count of nine was on his feet
slightly dazed, but able o continue the
bout. After this round, wiiich caused
perfect tumult, it was neither man's
fi"h Oi tho final holl
In the succeeding rounds each was
bent mi settling the light with a single
punch, and there- were enough wild
.swings mis.-e 1 !v each to knock out
i half dozen nun.
Mrdntrru In llrttrr Trim.
When the men shook hands to be
gin the contest McGovern seemed to
be a perfectly trained athlete, while
Corbett was fat and flabby. To the
surprise of the big crowd, instead of
the "Terrible Terry" pursuing his
usual rushing tactics lie started to
box. and in this respect his opponent
Corbett caught Terry with left hand
swings as the latter came in. and tuie
flush on the point of the jaw sent the
Brooklyuite staggering across the ring.
As they came together again MeGov-
rn butted Corbett over the eye. open
ing up a big gash, from which the
blood trickled over his face and body.
Corbett's seconds sent him out in
the' second round, and McGovern rush
ed at nim like a panther. Corbett
caught Terry with a right-hander.
which was ineffective, because it land
ed too high. After considerable feint
ing Corbett caught, the Brooklynite on
the jaw, which made it necessary to
take the count.
McGovern hugged the round out, and
the referee had considerable trouble in
tearing the principles apart.
Corbrlt'x SninKx Fxiil.
In the third round Corbett started in
to end the contest. He missed four
vicious swings, and had one of these
landed it would have given McGovern
his quietus. Corbett played for the
jaw, while his opponent directed his
blows to the ridges of fat which were
across Corbett's stomach. Before the
roun 1 ended their heads came togeth
er again, leaving an ugly cut over" Mc-
t.overn s left eye, from which the
blood flowed freely.
When the bell rang for the fourth
round both men came sparring to the
middle of the ring and exchanged blow
for blow. Neitlfer .seemed able to
reach a vi'a! spot, and fn their strug
gle to break from a clinch Corbett
slipped Iown. but was on his feet in
an instant. Each tried to land a right
hand swing, and scores of blows were
n:i.-seri. At the end of the round Cor
bet s-eenieii tired, and was satisfied to
hold on until the referee pulled (he
men part. Bolh were bathed in blood
when the bell ended the round.
Excellent handling by the seconds
f.t-nt the? men up in the fifth with few
traces of blood. The first punch from
McGovern landed on Corbett's head
and ejjK'ned up an old wound.
The Denverite retaliated by catching
his opponent with a vicious right hand
swing, which opened up again the cut
over Terry's oy This round was a
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which neither could claim an advan
tage. The last round brought the men to
the center of the ring, and after a
slight shake of the hand they were
again exchanging blows as though the
battle had ' just started. . Both were
tired, but their blows did not lack
steam. McGovern swung three times
with right hand leads for. Corbett's
jaw, two of which missed, while the
third landed too high to accomplish its
With his face covered with blood,
Corbett simply smiled and came back
with a .rush, driving" McGovern clear
across the ring. When 'the bell rang
ending the round and light the referee
and seconds were obliged to separate
the men. '
MAY HEAD TWO LEAGUES
Proposed to Make Powers President of
Wisconsin and Central.
La Crosse, Wis., Oct. IS It trans
pired at the final meeting of the Wis
eeinsin league officials here yesterday
that President John T.( Powers. Chica
go, is a favorable candidate for the
presidency of the Central league. It is
learned that several leading Wisconsin
league uirecteirs have been interviewed
by prominent club presidents of the
Central league' in re'gard tej President
Powers becoming a candidate for the
presidency of the Central. The propo
sition is received with favor iu the
Wisconsin league, as it is believed it
would be beneficial to both eirganiz;
tions, permitting an effective inter
change of players. Owing to a dispute
over the withdrawal of Freeport from
the .Wisconsin league. ne election will
be held until Jan. 2, and it seems cer
tain President Powers will be reelect
ed at that ime. Meanwhile he will
visit cities of the Wiscemsin league on
tiie proposition of an eight-club league
WHITE SOX BARNSTORMING
Given Great Reception at Joliet Where
t They Win 10 to 0.
Joliet, 111., Oct. IS. The White Sox
champions of the werld, were given
great reception on their arrival in Jo
liet yesterday afternoon. A procession
headed by the steel werks band an
including a large share of the automo
biles of Joliet, welcomed the bail play
ers. After parading through the
streets, they went to Dell wood Park
where nearly U.noo people saw the
champions of the world elefeat Joliet
by a score of 10 to 0. The champions
presented a bristling front of sub play
er.s, but put up a fine exhibition of
ball 1 They took the first two innings
seriously and went alter runs as
though they were playing the Cubs
but after they had rolled up seven tal
lies they took things easy and amuset
the crowd by their antics in the field.
CLUB IN BOWLING CONTESTS
Hold Regular Weekly Match at Hotel
Some excellent scores were made at
the weekly nieeung ef the Rock Island
bowling club last evening at Hotel
Harms. The benvling averages of the
club are improving with eacli match
and the team's practice is having its
effect. The scores follow;
TEAM NO. 1.
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H. Becker ...
I. .. Mejeller . . .
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r,::r, so:; 59:1
ANOTHER RUNNING MARK
Made by Voorhees at Belmont Park at
Six and a half Furlongs.
New York, Oct. IS. Another world's
record was broken at Belmont Park
yesterday when Veoihees, a 20 to 1
shot, won the first race at six and a
half furleuigs, straightaway, in 1:17 1-5,
which is "-" of a second faster than
Mandarin's time made this year and
that of Vanncss" mare in 19n;:.
PLAYED ALL NIGHT
Strangers in Remarkable
ries of 126 Pool Games
' vyrithout Rest.
BEGAN EARLY IN EVENING
Match Ending at 6 O'Clock Resulted in
One Winning 96 and the Other 30
Is Record Number.
One of the meist remarkable series
ef pool games ever played in this part
of the country te,ok place a few nights
ago at E. C. Berry's pool rami and
billiard hall, when two strangers start
ed playing at 7:30 in the evening and
before they stopped, at C o'clock in the
morning, played 12C games. As far as
can bo learned no such series of games
has ever before been played any
where. By the time the match was
nearing an end, the games became
mere tests of enelurance. It is estimat
ed that the two players, in walking
about the tables, covered between
eight and ten miles each.
The two men began the series about
7:30, and neither rested more than the
few minutes between shots during the
entire 10 hours and 30 minutes that
they continued the games. Mr. Berry
himself was in charge tf the store, and
after a few games had beeui played he
placed counters on a shelf to keep ac
count of the number of games to be
paid for by the players.
Sciirr Stood Mi to :tO.
There were a number of spectators
during the eve-ning. but gradually the
number dwindled to three, and before
the 'end was reached, there was no one
left in the rejoin but Mr. Berry and the
twe) players. A few minutes before
o'clock. Mr. Berry counted the number
of games, as indicated by the counters,
and found that one had won 9G games.
and the other but 30. He decided to
end the match, anel it was a few min
utes after 6 o'clock when the players
had settled with him and the store was
SrniM tit lir ltworil.
Mr. Berry declares that this is the
last time any pool sessions ef this
length will be permitted at nig t. The
series is the talk of local players, and
no one seems to have heard of u long
er continuous session at the pool table.
The two men were both proficient at
the game, which was what is termed
S-ball pool, the players being required
to bank the fifth and eighth ball.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court, Judge E.
E. Parmenter presiding.
Estate of John M. Walker. Inven
tery filed and approved.- Appraisement
bill filed and approved. Prejof of pub
lishing and posting notices to creelitord
filed and approved.
Estate of Jacob Deis. In the matter
of the sale ef real estate te, pay debts
Appeal bond in the sum of $200 filed
and same approved by the clerk of t his
Estate of Benjamin Yanatta. Proof
ef death tiled.' Will dated Jan. 4. 190(1
presented for probate. Petitiem for
probate of will filed. Hearing em peti
tiem for probate set for Nov. S, l!oj at
9 o'clock a. 111.
Estate ef lludolphus J. It. Baker.
Trial of claim of Jeihn Pollard for $4iu
set. for trial this day is continued by
agreement to Nov. 13, 1900 at 2 e'clock
p. hi. Order for jury at that time.
Estate jf Henry Burgower. Proof of
notices by publication to heirs of filing
ind time of hearing on said final re
port filed which publication was order
ed on July 31, 190. Proof of nejtice by
mailing to heirs of filing and time of
hearing on said final report filed,
which notice by mailing was ordered
Sept. 21. lo;.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Rudolph Schwecke. Guardian's final
report fild and approved. Receipt
and release of ward Clara Schwecke,
now of age filed and approved, and
guardian discharged as to her. Said
guardian discharged and guardianship
Estate of Svante Peterson. Order
of final elist ributiem made and fileel. -
In re guardianship of Nannie W.
Jejhnson. Inventory filed and ap-
In re guardianship of John A. Kim-
bail. Request e,f John A. Kimball, a
minetr over H years of age, fer the ap
pointment of E. L.. Eastman as his
guardian filed. Petition of E. L. East
man forv letters of guardianship filed.
Petition granted, oath taken and filer!.
Bond of said E. L. Eastman filed and
approved and letters of guardianship
Issued to him.
Estate of Wilhelm Thiele. Henry
Lange, W. P. Griffin and John Kneisky
Estate of David Donaldson. Inven
tory filed and approved. Proof of pub
lishing and posting notice to creditors
filed and approved.
In re guardianship of James E. Edg
ington. It appears that William Edg
ington, former guardian herein died
on Feb. 14, 1900, in Washington coun
ty, Iowa. It further 'appears that at
the time of said guardian's death he
together with his ward resided In said
Washington county. It further ap
pears that Emily, P. Eelgington, the
mother of said ward also then resided
in said Washington county, Iowa. It
further appears that on the 1st day of
October, 19o6,:,said Emily P: Edgington
was duly appointed the legal guardian
of said James E. Edgington in the dis
trict court of said Washington county,
Iowa, as will appear by a duly certi
fied copy of her letters of guardianship
filed herein, that Emily P. Edgingtdn
eluly made and filed her inventory and
a report in said guardianship in said i
court charging herself with all the
property of her said ward as will ap
pear from a certified copy of said in
ventory and report filed herein, said
Emily P. Edgington as such guardian
now files herein her final report in this
court showing that she is such guar
dian in said Washington county and
that she has charced herself with all
I, the property of said ward in said dis
trict court and she asks that this guar
dianship in this court be closed. Said
final report of said Emily P. Edgington
is approved and said guardianshir, in
this court is closed.
Estate of Samuel H. Yohe. Ueport
of sale of real estate to pay debts filed
and approved, order to collect pur
chase money and then to execute deed
Real Estate Transfers,
Rosa Schenebricker to Cornelius J.
Twomey, lot 12, block 1 in McMastei's
Second add.. Rock Island, $3,000.
John T. Campbell to William E. Bai
ley, part sVs and part of wi& of se'i
in section 2. 17, 2v, $100.
Belie S. (Iransden to Albert Aswegc,
lot 11. block 8 in M. Y. Cady's Fir;t
add.. South Molinc. $2,000.
Amelia Ileiling to Jeihn Januszhe
wicz. part of lots 9 and 10 in Pitts, fJi!
hert & Pitts' Second add., Moline, $1.-
Jane S. Cable to B. H. Metcalf, lots
a anu t, in oiock t, tiuioru at uuyer s
add.. Rock Island. $390.
June Reed te Erhardine Simonsen.
lot 0, block 1, Tandee Grove, Moline,
Mary E. Stewart to Katherine W.
Griffith, lot 10, block 2, South Moline..
Julia B. Winters to Sarah E. Mccar
ty et al, part ne'i in section 3, 17, 2w,
W. G. Wilson to Clara J. Cleaveland,
part of e'z . w'j seVi and e'fc se' in
section 8, 17, lw. $1.
Bertha A. Kroe'ger to Clara J.
Cleaveland, part of eVa wVi so i and
eVi se-1,' in section S. 17, lw. $1.
Seth M. Wilson to Clara J. Cleave
land, part of e'2, wV& se'4 and e'&
se'4 in section S, 17, lw. $1.
Frances E. Gleim to L. C. Heitmann,
lots 8 and 9 in block 2, in C. Lynde's
add.. Rock Island, $3.S00.
Frank Mixter et al to William Vivian
part of se in section 17, 17, lw, and
part of ne in section 20, 17, lw.
Robert S. Woodburn to George W.
Hamler, lot 21. block 120, New Simps
add.. East Moline, $325."
Henry A. Schmid to William H.
Schmidt, lots 1 and 2 in block 1. O.
Olsen's add.. Moline, $1.
John A. Liphardt to Clifton Mar
kee, lots 5 to 10 in block 2, Uphardt's
First add.. Hillsdale. $000.
Piet Van Acker to William Carlson,
lot 3, block 173 in the village of East
Gustava Peterson to George. W.
Hamler, part of block ( in Steven's
add., Moline. $475.
HOPPE IS WINNER
Wonder Defeats Schaefer for
World's Billiard Championship.
New York, Oct. IS. Willie Heppe of
New York defeated Jacob Schaefer of
Chicago at Madison Square Garden
concert hall last night by the score of
rti0 pemits'to 472 in their 18-inch balk
line, one shot in. in the first match for
the world's championship trophy and
KINNEY TRAINS IN MOLINE
Getting Ready for Match With Bcnnie
Yanger in Davenport.
Steve Kinney, who will bex la round:
with Bennie Yanger in Davenport next
Wedneselay night, has arrived from
Milwaukee and will train till the fight
at the Plow City Athletic club in Mo
line. Yanger will probably remain in
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