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SCORE FOR NEITHER
Football Came Between Rock Is
land and Davenport Schools
Ends in Tie, 0 to 0.
A'AS A GREAT CONTEST
Local Coys Showed to Better Ativan
tage in All Points But Could Not
Cross the Line.
The foothaM ;
neither Itoek I:
;aiii' at t lie
Sift l'I n:)i:n.
for the first time In their territory
Malloy punted to L-iitt on Rock Is
land's 20-yard line. Mc.Maniis faile.
o gain and Rock Island fumbled
Malloy carried the ball 30 yards on ;
fake play, but McManus was there aw
saved a possible touchdown. Daven
port added 10 more yards but (Ju?
failed on the play following. Brownli
made four yards on a play around thf
nd. Davenport tried the forward pas:
'nit it failed and the ball went to Roc!
'sland. Frascr sprinted around Hnr.vi
'or 10 yards and .Mc.Maniis added twe
more on a play through O Meara. Rocl
'sliind's forward pass failed and tin
all went to Davenport on Rock Is
'lnnil' !!ll.vnrl lino
lownnN Kally In --oinl.
McManus kicked off and on a fumbli
'Jock Island regained the ball. Hie'
ENDS IN FATALITY
rivalry Over Football Results ir
Accidental Death of Ed Lit
tig, of Davenport,
ON WAY FRJM THE GAME
Attempting to Climb Into Reck Is
land Men's Rig, Has Leg Torn
Off and Skull Fractured.
Public SaLle l
Charles E. Kyte Farm
One and one half miles south
west, of .Milan, on
Wednesday, Nov. 7
ai l o'clock sharp,
5 HEAD OF HORSES,
Vnisl;ng of bay Syear oi l
Ii;;m liay 1 2-yca r-old horse, bay
l:,' jc:ir old msire. I'-ycar-old lilly,
I yi-aro'd !i Ming.
10 HEAD OF CATTLE,
Consi.-l ing nf six milch rows.
yearling heifers, one bulf
liigh school' inside ;i score, was one ol
'he bet and hardest fought football
games ever participated in by tri-cit
high .schotds. In all of the points of
the game Rock Island showed bettei
work than the Iowa Imivs. but sit criti
al moments w re unable to eontium
tiie gsrns over the goal lino. In the
hrsi half Davcnpoit was forced to
punt several times to take the ball out
of dangerous territory, and (he same
was trii" of Rock Island in the second
half i:arlv in the first half Rock Is
land se nied by far the superior team
toward the lat of the half ihe team
weakened slight 1 v. hut in the second
entered the contest with renewed sp;i
it. Da veimort. too. braecd up in tin
econd, and though the hall wsis at
riees in dangerous groawK neithe
tile could nt the ball far from the
titer of the lie-id. .Mc.Maniis tried a
Irop kii-k in the second, hut it fsiileil
on sieceunt or tlie distance, and ti
'ill v chance of si score was lost.
Ytst n Itilli-r Context.
The game was a bitter . one, but
throughout the contest there was noth
ing but the cleanest playing. Dsiven
port had the heavier team, but thi.-
proved no great advantage. .McManus
punted better than Mallny, the Rock
Island boys made greater gains in the
aggregate, and in generalship the bovs
of S large hogs, V,C,
of corn in
e, 1 road- wagon,
ron, truck' wagon.
'en - I
farm wagon, hayrack, 1 set sin
gle. 1 set light double, and II
sits work harness: hay rake;
fi-ed grinder; mowir; binder;
iron kettle; L' rods woven wire
fencing; ;n f et hay rope and
; pulleys; hay fork; harrow; disc
--lisirrow; sulky plow: tedder; "
cu'l iva'ors; slsilk cutter; corn
planter; large seder; - stirring
plows; bo!) shed; mill; cans and
lank; (in feet gardeTi hose; iron
b neli vise; farm bell; post hole
digger; f ed cooker; lawn mow
er; set of i'-e tools and si quanti
ty of sawdust; brLakitig plow;
set of carpenter tools; . also
household goods and furniture.
TERMS OF SALE:
On stuns of $lti.iio and under,
cash. Sums over $ iu.no a credit
of 12 months will be given, pur
chaser to give note with approv
ed security. If not paid when
rue. 7 per cent will be charged
from maturity, (I per cent dis-e-onni.
for cash. No property to
be removed until terms of sale
are complied with.
MRS. HATTIE A. KYTE,
H. C. Harris, Administratrix.
Saves Hard Work
5f is prepared par
ticularly for GAS COOK
ING RANGES and is
al50 a labor saving sub
stitute for blacking, on
the sides of any cook
stove burning hard coal. 1 1 is
better than an enamel foi
STOVES PIPUS or WIRii
SCREENS; it covers
more surface, is appliec
easier, dries quicker and
" For sale by David Don, Rork Iain at
Hardware rwmpanr. jonm ri. Aoimcrr
aad J. J. Harxm '.
news all the time TII1J
from this side hail the ad vantage of
the Iowsi team.
The fet I ng among the 1,."n0 or more
spectators was intense, ant! the two
teams were cheered continuously. One
feature that was creditable to Rock
Island's supporters, was that not with
.stsinding the bitter rivalry, at frequent
int rvals the Rock Island contingent
broke out wiih ringing Davenport
yells, r.etwern the halves there wa?
some slight disorder on the field, due
to the excitement and eni huiasm." but
3 j th' police interfered, ami prevented
any serous outbreak by ordering three
I hot-headed youths from the grounds.
'There was some complaint that the
j police discriminated against Rock Is
I land enthusiasts and while this per
I haps was true, the officers deserved
Jleredir for keeping sis good order as
I'Ijivm of llio (Stimr.
Davenport kicked off' to Roche who
OJ returned the ball 15 yards. McManus
made five yards on si play around right
( rd. Kinner lost live yards on an at
tempt around left nd and McManu
punted to Drown lie, who was stopped
on Da veiiM)it"s "j-yard line. (Iiiy made
five yjirds, but fumbled the b;il!
Davenport regained if and (.uy, at a
second plunge through tackle, mad
first down. Malloy made four yards
through center and fumbled t lie ball
but luck iv as with them again and
they regained the bs'II. Malloy niad
four yards and Drownlie tried the for
ward pass, but there was im eno there.
Tiie ball hit the ground and Referee
Ridell brought it back to Rock Islam!
on Davenport's el-ysird line.
McMsinus made a fine sprint round
left end for 2' yards, but failed to
gain on si second sitte'inpt and punted
to Brenvnlie on Davenport's 15-yard
line. Rock Island's ends were fast and
Rrownlie failed to return the ball ut
of danger. Malloy punted to T,iitt who
brought the ball back 1 yards. Rock
Island funmble'd the ball on the first
play, but Rich recovered it and Liitt
made 2 yards em a play around left
end and on a second attempt made
thre-e more' around Benzinger.
lirrr I.ih-W I'otinlrtl.
Uoe-k Island was solving Davenport's
defense frequently and a uchdeiwn
seemed forthcoming. But - Dsiven
Iort's luck in securing the -tall at cri-ti'-al
stsiges and punting out ef dan
ger, the Islanders would ce rtainly have
scored. Rie-h plnnge-d past Otto for
four yards and McManus added three
more on a play sironmr light end. The
ball we-nt te Davcnjiort on th'-ir 20
yard line-. Malloy punted to McManus
who e'sirrieil the ball, out of bounds.
On a play through O'Meara, McManus
made 15 yards and Taylor added H en
si sprint around Benzinger. McManus
dodged Brown for five yards, but failed
on the next play. Captain Mac tried It
sigain :ind added two yards, but en the
next Taylor failed to gain and the ball
we nt to Dave nport em downs with'n
striking elistsmcc ed" the-ir goal anel of
ceMirse. they punted. Two attempts
failing te gain, McManus punted to
Brownlie. but he was dropped in his
tracks and Malloy punted to I-iitt who
ran the ball back 10 yards. After Mc
Manus had failed te. gain. Rock Is
land was offside and McManus punted
jo Brownlie. Malloy punted to Mc
Manus who fumbled the ball after re
turning it five yards. Malloy punted
to IJitt and he brought the ball back
eight yards. Taylor made 15 yards on
a sprint around Benzinger and Tiitt
dodged him for eight nwre. Taylor
made two yards en the same play. Mc
Manus punted to Brownlie, who was
downed on the spot. Malloy kicked a
short piml and Davenport got the ball.
In Rock IsInnJ Trrrlmry.
Malloy plunged for 12 yards, and the
ball was on Rock Island's 30-yard line,
ailed to gain and McManus punted
W alloy punted to McManus. On th
irst play McManus made in ysirds
rave'iipoit. had rallied and was able ti
;ain, tlmugh the Iowans never re-ache.
striking distance at any time that
fle ck Island was unable to hold. Th
all was in Rock Island's territory fr
inently during the seceuid session, hit
when necessary McManus was read
mil lifted the ball out of danger.. Tin
Irst part of (he second half the playin;
was about eve'n. Kinner was not nh!
to finish and Ileimbeck was put in a
MrMiiiuiK Trir.M lri Kirk.
Rich failed to gain and McManu:
punted te Davenport on their 13-yar'
ne. Malloy punted to McManus, wh
returned the ball 12 yards. Tiie for
ward pass failed to work, bin Frase,
.-.veil the ball en Davenport's f.it van!
ine. McManus tried a drop kick, but
it fe-H short and Davenpent kickeil
from their 25-yard line. On the first
play Rock Island faile'd to gain, am
'he ball went to Davenport on down
Malloy punted to Liitt who returned
the ball five yards, and McManu
pi u n gee! for three more. Davidson wa
slightly hurt, in the play and left the
game. Ileimbeck, with the assistance
ef McManus on a forward pass, netted
seven yards. Ileimbeck, on a second
attempt, failed to gain.
Itcxiirt to I'lintlni; Wnr.
isijior ianeu to gain around lot t em!
and McManus punted. Malloy punted
to McManus. He fumbled the ball
but Ileimbeck recovered it. Liitt lost
two yards anel McManus punted
yards te Brownlie who returned the
ball five yards te Davenport's lS-vani
line. OMe'iira gained three vards. but
Malloy failed on a play thremgh ecu
ter and punted to Liitt. who was stop
ped on Rock Island's 2-yarl line.
Taylor inside eight ysirds around left
end. McManus punte'd :: vards to
Brownlie on Rock Island's 5t -yard line
but Rock Island was offside . and the
ball was brought back to the 2:l-yard
line. McManus punted to Brownlie on
Rock Island's 15-yard line. Ouy failed
to gain through ce-nter smd a forward
psiss was tried. McManus was there
anel caught the ball, however. Rich made
seven yards tnroiigr. Davidson and on
the next play, through the same plac
placed the ball on Rock Islands oil
In l):iviiiiort 'lrrllir
liock island succeeded in carrym;
tl e ball in Davenport's territorv, and
after si sue-ce ssion of plays bv Rich and
Tayleir, McManus punted to Brownlie em
Dave'iiport's 17-yard line.'. Malloy punted
to Liitt on Davenport's 1 5 -yard line
Fiaser made 25 yards on si play
around Brown, and McManus added
three more on si plunge' through the
right line. Rock Island then tried the
forwsird pass, but it failed and the bail
went to Davenport ein their 25-yard
line. Mallov punted te McManus. who
returned the ball 10 ysirds. L ilt mad1
first down on si play around Be-nzinge'r
and McManus punted to Brownlie' ein
Davenport's 20-yard line. Malloy
punted to Liitt. sind time w.is called
for the gan e with the ball on Davcn-
pcrt's 50-yard line.
The teams lined up as follows
Fiaser le Brown
Roche It O'Meara
Biennan lg I.affcrty
Paul c.., Lunger
Montgomery rg Davidson
Shinstreun rt Otlo
Kinner, Hcimbeck .re Benzinger
Liitt qb Brownlie
McManus (Capl.)..Ihb Coy
Try lor rhb Ijingwitii
Rich fb Malloy
Referee. Sidell of Iowa; Umpire, At
kinson eif lejwa.
Linesmen, Marshal!, and Smith. .
Timekeepers. Lowary and Lamphoie.
.tloline mi Ml Srint'l-
Moline high school disposed of
Springfield at the capital Saturday i
score of S to 0. The points were
made em a safety and Held goat, i ne
Springfield supporters admit tljat the
heme eleven was outclassed.
2KOO' Hrfrnt - Ves I-ihIm.
Two Rock Island elevens, the 2I00'3
ird the West. Ends, met on the latter s
grounds at the west end or tne city
vtsterdav afternoon, and me lormer
wem. 0 to 0.
I ne inte nse teeling betwee ti the: two
ities. and the exeitenient over the foot
'all jLvime Saturday be-tween Rock I
sind smd Davenjiort high school foot
'iall teams, resulrerl in the desiih of 1C
ling, si i i;i veiiMin joung man, ami a
rot her of Cosich Victor Littig of th
ave iqiori nign se noeu lesini. l lie in
lines which tne young man rece ived
veie purely the result of accident.
.Vhile returning from the game Litti
tce-aiuc eniangieu in ine wik-c.s ol ;i
iiiggy occupied by T. B. Rcidv sind 101
nr Obe-rg )f this city, .and hi fore the
oise eouiu ne stopped, lattig was
iragged some little distance sind had
ustained fatal injiirie-s. His left foot
vas literally torn off at the sinkle, he
'ustaiiie'd a fracture of the skull, hi
iiiee cap was fractured smd his bodv
vas I'onsiderably bruised. He was re
noved lo St. Luke's hospital, w he-re he
lied yesterday morning at 1:15.
Trii-il I o I limli In.
The gsime was just over, sind the
liindreels u spe-e-tators were re-tunnng
iloiig Third street. Many had driven
o fhe park, and among these were Mr
le-iuy unu .Mr. ejnerg. .as tiie two gen
Menien neared CJaines stre'et. several
sirs psissed them, and it seems that
: he-re wsis some disjilay of sentiment
ier each eif the teams. According to
se'veral who saw the iice-ident. some
one attempted to strike Mr. Oherg with
i cane, and sit this he re-moved the
buggy whip from its holder. At this
Mr. Littig and another Davenport youn
man left the car. and one man caught
hold of the bridle eif the horse, while
Mr. Littig trie-d to climb into the rig.
HorMi' linvr l.iiri-li.
At this tli horse became excited
and Mr. Reidy e-siutioned the Davenport
mini to be careful eir some one would
be injured. Just as he said this the
noise jurciicu lorwani, anil .Mr. i.nugs
foot was cauglit between the spokes of
he wheel, and held fast bv the springs
under the body or ttie rig. I lu wheel
turned twice before the hense e-etnld be
stopped. Everything possible was denu
for the injured man. who was uncon
cious when picked up.
Ilolil llo.k ImIiuhI I-n.
Tiie two Rock -Island men were tak-
e-n to the pohe-e station on a clmrue eif
ssault and battery, and were rele-ase !
on si nominal bond. I ne coroner ot
Scott county this morning said that no
inquest will be held unless one is re
quested by th countv atteirne-y, and
ibis is not probable, as Mr. Littig's re-l
atives sire oiposed to any action
igainst the Rock Islanel men. smd re
st rd the affair, as do ail who are ac
(ltisitnte-il witu the tacts, as merely a
most unfortunate accident for which no
one is to be blamed. The Rock Island
men will appevir in police court Thurs
day, and unless an inquest is eletermin
e-d,on. it is itixlerstexxi that the charge's
against the-m will be dismissed.
iin lliirvartl IS mil unit-.
Mr. Littig was a son of Mr. and Mrs
John LUtig ot na ven port, lie was a
graduate eif Harvard university, and
until recently was si member eif the?
firm of Littig Bros., florists, in Dave-n-
port. He is survived by his parents
and -several brothers and sisters.
also by a forward pass to the Brown
2-yard line, where Curtis was pushed
over the line. Curtis failed on a diffl
.Mlehlicnn, l: VnnilrrliiK. 1.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. f. Although
matched against an eleven which show
ed superior team work, the University
of Michigan defesited Vanderbilt 10 to
1. (Jarrells, the rMichigan full back,
scored all the points against the south
rrn team. In the first half he kieked a
field goal anel in the se-cond half, after
the Vanderbilt eleven had tied th
score Willi a field goal. (JarreHs broke
the tie sind won the game by a wonder
ful 75-yard run for a touchdown.
Miniif-NOln, i:t; rhrnnkn, O.
Minneapolis, Nov. 5. By . playin
straight football in the second half
Minnesota defeated Nebraska L5 to
ine ai innesoia points wore made in
the last half, and were the result ef
line bin-king. The Nebraska tesun put
t!i a strong defense in the first 1 ;i!f
and played Minnesota eiff its feet.
V.nle. Ill; Wi-xt I'.iIhI, (I.
West Point, Nov. 5. Yale, H; We-;
Point. l. That was the; score' at th
e-tid of Saturday's football game be
twee'n the New Hsivi n collegians and
re-presenlat i ves ed the- l nife-d istsite
Militsiry academy. When Yate and the
atniv mee-t here on the local gridiron.
Ihe" affsiir is l.nikid upon as the bi
feature of the' football sesison smd th
siiieneiance was larger than on sinv pre
vious oe-ca.sion that (he New Haven
men visite-d the military campus.
'ri --( on-1 l.-i rl iiiiiii I li.
Princeton, .. .1., Nov. r. Priiicelon
tiMik revenge on Ihe Dartmouth team
for liist year's ele-ftat by rolling up
points against the New Damp-
sin re teams 11. Princeton started tli
ame in whirlwind fashion smd scored
in the first two miniiles of nlav.
ON THE GRIDIRON
At Minneapolis Minnesota.
lira ska, 0.
At Oberlin Ohk State, 5;
lin. 0. . ..
At Ann Arbor Michigan," in;
t Lafayette Notre- Dame. 2
At Buffalo Carlisle, ft; Syracuse.
At Madison Wisconsin, IS; Iowa,
At West Point Yale, 10; Armv
At Cambridge Hal vsird. U ; Brown.
At Princeton Piine-eton, 12; Dart
At Annapolis Pennsylvania Slate-,
At Ames Ames, 22; South Da
At Des Moines Drake-. 10; Haskell
t Ames Ames High, IS, Fort
At Davenport Rock Island, o; Dav
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SIGN FOR SECOND MATCH
Attell and Baker Meet at Lcs Anrjclcs
to Settle Scores Jan. 18.
I,os Angeles, Cal.. Nov. .". Harry
Bake r has signed articles for ;i sie-ond
match with Abe Attell, the match to
tsike place in this -ity on .Inn. MS. Ba
ker is to leave for his home in San
Francisco, where he will rest for a
month. This dispeises eif Ihe siory tliat
Baker was to have a Di-cenibe-r fighl
with Jimmy Walsh. Attel has not
signed tne pape-rs, but lie has signified
his willingness te do so, provided th
club allows him the privilege of mat
ing smother match for Den-ember. Thi
was agreed to.
ORDER HERE TODAY
for top-cenit, business suit, dres
suit, fancy waistcoat, or extra
trousers after having seleeted
yeuir fabric from the best assort
ment in this city.
Yeut may not want. te we-;ir it
for si month, but su h TAII.Oit
IXCi as ours requires a little ex
trsi time to perj'ce t e;ie-h d'-ta'l
of the cutting, Jitling, thsipin-;
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Ave.
Visconsin After Being Outplayed
in First Hnlf Defeats
Match for Coulon.
The Tri-City Athletic elub has
matched .lolinny Kriegel eif St. I,euis
against Johnny t oulon eif t nicsigo. lor
the preliminary of the big (Jarduer
Dotighertv liisitch which take's place in
Diivenport ein Nov. 15. Kriegel some
time ago won the amateur champion
hip ol St. I.ouis and ( onion gamed ;i
like; elistinction in Chicago.
VANDERBILT VS MICHIGAN NOW LOOKING TO DANVILLE
Southern Team Gives Ann Arbor
thusiasts a Scare Other Foot
MsmHsoti, Wis., Nov. 5. Wisconsin,
after being thoroughly defeated by
Ieiwsi in the first half yesterday, turned
around in the; secon el half and whipped
Iowa to a standstill, winning by a score
of IS to 4.
Iowa had the better eif the first half.
scoring a elmp kick. Ne;ver was such a
reversal eif form sJiown as that dispkiy-
e'd by the Badgers in the secon el half.
They played good, hard football at the
Larson caught ja punt and lime. Mesmer, Springer and Clark were
ran tne mil lengiu u mc m in i - "-n.o i..wu.mu, a .mu jhui-
teiuchdown and a goal was kicke.i. ion, uoinns ami iveni ior lowa. roucn-
Next Sunday the 2C0's will go to Mus- downs were scored by Curtin and Clark
catine to play the team there.
Moline l.orn to I'cKln.
The Pekin White Sox proved an un
expectedly tough proposition for the
Meiline East Ends yesterday and went
awav with a victory. The score was 0
to . Moline fumbled badly and the
visitors, while making their gain but
once during me game, were ame 10
score twice as a result of flukes.
When you're broke the girls are shy
They, turn and fly as you come nigh
B.'ace up old man, show some pluck
Take Kocky Mountain Tea; 'twill
change your luck.
'1 II. Thomas pharmcy.
after shift plays while Mesmer fell on
the ball behind the Iowa line for a
third touchdown. Mesmer kicked all
three goals, but had hard luck on his
Harvard, 11; ilrnivn, ..
Panihrlit w Vnv ?I 1 1 o A
M . , , " Alt, I I .1 I VI
U-Teated urown i) to 5. I lie game was
wvm for Harvard near the close of the
second half . when Burr kicked goal
frorA placement on the 25-yard liner
Both teams made touchdowns by
Ftrai'ht rushing half the length of 'the
field. For the first 10 minutes of the
second half neither side could gain
muchr distance, but finally Harvard
rushed the ball by clever plays anJi
Attempt Will Be Made to Detach Place
from Kitty Lcaque for Three-Eve.
Bloomington, I1L, Nov. ". President
Holla nd spent yesterday in Danville.
and received a formal application lor
a franchise in the Three-Eye league, to
succeed Davenjiort. There is no doubt
the remaining assevciation clubs will
vote te accept it. President I -eve tens
eif the Danville association wired Pres
ident ('eiznell of the K. I. T. league to
call a meeting to dissolve the relations
of Danville with that, organization.
CARLISLE HAS MADE GOOD
Rock Island Outfielder Sure of Job
With Los Angeles Next Year.
Walter Carlisle writes (hat he has
been informed his job with the Ixjs An
geles team is good feir next. year, and
that he will not return to this city for
the winter at the end of the season.
This leaves another important position
for the Reck Island elub to fill next
Had a Close Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant u!
eer, as large as my hand, fromf m
daughter's hip, was preventeel by the
application of Bucklen's Arnica Salve."
says A. C. Rtlekel of Miletus, W. Va.
"Persistent use of the Salve comjr.'-.ely
cured it." Cures cuts, burns and inju
ries. 25c at llartz & inieuieyer's, druggists.
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crythingis done according to the
dictates of skill and experience.
In our tailoring, the most fastidi
ous and critical men find their
ideas and tastes cleverly defined.
A new line of einnmer suitings
now being shown.
You can't af
ford to be with
out them, as
they arc very
good anil cheap
this year. Have
eral cars of
York and south
ern apples; very
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1817 Second Avenue. g
f "They don'i crack so quick." 1
f , Made with "LIN'OCORD" I 1
If buttonholes that bold. II
I I - full Shrunk. I I
If !zes if you want them. II
If 2 for 23 ceats. ' II
1 GEO. P. IDE & CO., Makers It
N TROY. N. Y. 1 '
That'i; the yirl wtio is so for
tunate as to receive a big box,
or even a little one, of cur Choice
Chocolates." They arc royal con
fections and you feel like a princ
ess when you eat them; 60c
pound, and worth it.
1716 Second Avcnuo
Lowncy's, Huylcr's, Allegret
ti's, Gunther's, and our own can
dies, always frech. Try our home