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THE "ARGUS, SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 26, 1908.
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H. O. ROLFS,
Eleven Pitchers Signed for Next
Year's Rock Island Pennant
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We'll make It up Into an over
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feels and fits. That means per
fection in every detail. We'll
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1812 Second Avanua.
Some New Men Who "Are Highly
Touted Two Others Now Being
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O put up in fancy boxes, baskets, o
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lanager Jack Tighe of the Island
ers has just about completed his squad
of candidates for the team next year
and he promises a fast team. Tighe
has been busy ever since accepting
terms to manage the team here and he
has a long list of desirable men who
have signed up' their contracts and win
be here for their tryouts next spring.
The squad will report about the first
of April and the season will probably
be opened with the Washington Amer
icans here. Jack intends to arrange as
many games for the rest of the month
as he possibly can so as to have the
team thoroughly seasoned and tried
out by the opening of the scheduled
The Islanders team of the coming
year will be made up from the follow
Pitchers Lakaff, Wilson, Neal,
Scott, Howard. Lundin, Webster Har
den, Schefferli, Warren and Jacobson.
Catchers Eng and Snow.
First basemen Kelley, Clarke and
Second basemen Mack Vogel and
Third basemen Wise, Edwards and
Outfielders Murphy, McBride and
Besides these men Tighe has about
completed negotiations with
excellent outfielder and
Fltchlng Staff Strong.
It can be seen from this Hat of names
that the Rock Island manager intends
to put a formidable team into the field.
The pitching staff is bound to be a
powerful one with so many good men
to choose from. Lakaff needs no men
tion, his work having shown what he
is able to do. He was unfortunate in
starting the last two years and each
time the season was nearly over be
fore he had a chance to get into trim.
This year with the proper kind of a
start, Tighe feels sure that he will be
a star iri the league.
Wilson is another .whose qualities
as a catcher, and Tighe will give him
a chance at both places before letting
a man with his promise go. ; ,
Three for First Sack. .
Tighe has three men who aspire to
the initial sack. They are Kelley of
Buffalo, N. ,Y.; Clarke, an, ex-Western
league man, and Elder of Perryville,
Mo. ; Little is known here concerning
the ability of any f them.
Three more men are slated for try
outs for, the second sack. Mack, from
the Copper country and the Interstate
leagues, is said to be a wonderfully
fast man and a hitter.. Vogel, who
played formerly with Clinton in the
Three-Eye, needs no introduction.
Tighe considers him a star. Karney,
the third applicant, is being sought
after " by Hartford, . Conn., but Tighe
thinks his claims on the man are
prior - and that there will be no diffi
culty in bringing him here. I.
The shortstop position is considered
in good hands when Joe Berger Is
there, and he Is the only man Tighe
has Secured for that place. Berger is
one of the youngest players in the
Negro Defeats Tommy Burns in Fierce
Battle Before Record Aus '
POLICE INTERFERE IN 14TH
Black Has Height, Reach and Greater
Strength . and at Same Time
Sydney, Australia, Dec. 2C. Jack
Johnson, the American negro pugilist,
is' heavyweight champion of the world
landed some terrific blows to the kid-1 to take on Johnson if necessary to pre-
heya. - vent the negro from holding the cham-
jFOURTH ROUND When the men pionship, James--J-. Jeffries saidr; "I
(net in the center of the ring Johnson frequently.have declared I have no de
shot a heavy right into Burns ribs, sire to re-enter the ring, and while I
The men talked wildly to one another, would not stand for Johnson coming
each seeming Intent upon getting the around here challenging me or making
other excited and landing the money- a big talk. I dont expect to fight him
winning punch. During the Jeering until he has disposed of all the legiti
they sparred fiercely,, hut few blows mate aspirants for the championship,
being struck. Then Johnson swung Kaufmann and Barry still are to be
left to the bod.? and Burns brought reckoned with, and as a fight promoter
right to head. "Johnson, closing in, it is not for me to butt in when there
threw a terrific right' and left to the are men who probably can defeat John
head of the Canadian. The bell found son." '
the men in a hard clinch. Mowatt Take conat la Third;
FIFTH ROUND Apparently refresh- New Orleans, Dec. 26. Tommy Mow
ed from his minute's rest, Burns start- att of Chicago was knocked out in the
ed the round briskly, landing his right third, round last night by Young Don
on Johnson's head and punching the ahue of Boston at the Christmas stag
body with both hands. Johnson man- before the Royal Athletic club. The
aged to slip over a few rights to the Boston fighter was the aggressor from
head during the round. the sound of the gong. Before he had
SIXTH RQUND Johnson rushed been In action three seconds Donahue
and Burns clinched. Breaking loose, closed his opponent's left eye with a
however, with one hand,' Johnson terrific right swing, and thereafter
swung his right a dozen times into Mowatt was groggy. The Chicago
the . white man's ribs." Burns jolted I lightweight was made the toy of his
Before a great crowd, the greatest that
league, and Tighe firmly believes thatever attendet a flSht ia Australia, the Johnson's bod.y frequently and swung J opponent In the second round, and was
-u''w . US"":'. uuiuuiuicu luiumir h o rltrht hard nvor ttie rlhn nnrt nnt 9 nn ti flnnr m.in v tlmpR.
uurns in 14 rounds or mining, at tneisufr ief t to the stomach several times.
this will be his last year in the Three-
T47 lunorma tloect Tn Vino ft sT V om
all when it comes to covering the f"d of MUe iceho. Kwer f Johnson, however, treated these blows SCIENTISTS MEET AT CHILE
ground, and his ability as a hitter is
For third sack Tighe has Wise from
last year, who looks pretty good to the
manager, who has taken into consid.
tration the fact that Wise is young
and greatly in need of experience and
a firm controlling hand. Edwards is
another likely man for the place. He
led the Pennsylvania outlaw league
last year with a batting average of
.350, and the year before that he was
recognized as one of the stars of the
league, which, by the way, is a mighty
fast organization. Beck is another
candidate for the far corner. He play
ed in the Illinois-Missouri league this
last year and won his way into higher
Out Arid Good Enough.
So far Tighe has made no additions
to the outfield of last year. Murphy,
McBride and Novacek seemed slated
for the' fields.
On the whole, after looking over this
aggregation, the fans will not wonder
another at Tighe when he grins and promises
another I a fast and winnine team for next year.
I ON RADIATOR CIRCUIT
the ringside, took a hand in the affair as a jokef iaughing at the crowd and
and stopped the battle.'
Before the fight began proision was
made that, in case of police interfer
enc(, before the expiration of the
scheduled 20 rounds, the referee, flugh
Mcintosh, was to award a decision on
It was this arrangement that en
abled Jack Johnson, to deprive Burns
of his title, and, in the minds of those
at the ringside" there was no doubt as
to the justice of the decision given in
favor of the negro when the police
stopped the fight.
Battle Fierce and Bitter.
It was one of the fiercest and also
one of the most bitter battles that ever
has taken place in any ring. The men
were none too good friends before they
entered it, as the negro had chased the
making sarcastic remarks to his op- President of Republic Attends Open-
ponent as he hustled Burns into a cor
ner and scored a couple of rights to
SEVENTH ROUND Johnson rushed
Burns across the ring, dealing out
rights in which there was no mercy.
Burns got a left to Johnson's jaw and
Ing of Pan-American Congress.
Santiago, Chile, Dec. 26. The first
session of the pan-American scientific
congress was opened last evening at
the Grand opera house. President
Montt and his cabinet, the members of
Johnson raised a lump under Burns' I the diplomatic corps and delegates
right eye in return. Burns here seem-1 from all the American republics were
ed to be losing strength. Johnson was I in attendance, and addresses were
landing repeatedly on Burns' eye, made by the president of the congress
meanwhile addressing the people about and the representatives of each dele
the ringside and, though Tommy was gation. Professor Leo S. Rowe of the
Sunday, Dec 27. ,
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University of Pennsylvania, discussed
the work of the Bureau of American
Republics and praised John Barrett,
the director of the bureau, for the work
woiking dextrously at infighting, he
placed several terrific blows on Burns'
ribs, dropping him to the floor for a
EIGHTH ROUND Burns eyes were! he had done, and expressed his belief
puffed up and he .was bleeding from I in the future usefulness of the bureau.
champion thousaiids of miles to secure I the mouth when he emerged from his I Other delegates dilated upon the im
the chance to fight for the title. Butcorner The white man's blows appar-1 portance of the congress, for the pro-
it was not this that infused the realPr,riv had little pffect on the neero. I motion of closer relations between the
bitterness which was strongly shown wno went severely about belaboring I American republics.
in the ring. I the head of the chamnion.
When Burns appeared his elbows NINTHROUND "Come on. Tommy: BANK ROBBED OF $29,000
b eiHjuaeu m ciasuu uanuagea. 1 swmg your right," yelled Johnson as
These Johnson objected to, and a the eone rane. There was not verv
wrangle followed. At one time it look- much' fighting probably more talking
ea as u mere woum De no ngnt un- during this round
less Burns removeo tne banaages.
Burglars at Monrovia, Cal.,
Money and Make Escape.
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TENTH ROUND Both men seemed I v. j ui. v. .v.
Both men became angry, and finally tiring, Johnson still using his.fists ef- ' ., i . , .
lurns had Lis seconds take off theL-.:i r . v.., L 1. National bank of Monrovia, Cal., was
Red Wright, the former Rock Island Burns had Lis seconds take off the fectively on Burns' head and Itomach,
first baseman, has been signed as man
ager of the Flint. Mich., team. If Red
manages to avoid the grouch he used
to accumulate when in the Three-Eye
he may make good
In order to quiet the Decatur fans
who think the back fence of the new
park is too close to the, plate President
Childs announces that on the day of
the opening of the season he will give
put up in fancy boxes, baskets,
hand-painted silk boxes, and
other novelties in a host of new
shapes in lovely decorations, at
prices from 25c to $10.
Try a package of our genuine
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$10 to the member of either team who
have marked him. as a top notcher. Hehn five trials bats a pitched ball out of
is as good a man as tnere is m tne dox 1 the lot. . The fence is 310 feet from
when he is right and his fielding is I the plate but Decaturites have been ac-
something marvelous. If fortune smiles I customed to seeinsr ball nlaved "in a
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upob Tighe and he is able to spare
Christy from the box, it is his- intention
to work him in as an infielder.
Neal is one of the steadiest little
box artists that was ever seen in this
city. Billy keeps himself in perfect
condition all the time and he can al
ways be depended upon. While he has
never exhibited either excessive speed
or wonderful curves, he has a way of
mxing them up that counts.
Scott had a rather bad year last sea
son and did not show all he possessed
as a twirler. He has the goods as was
show the year the pennant was
brought here and with the proper start
this year will be a valuable man. How
ard is another man who has his off
days and his on days. When he is right
he is able to twist them over the plate
with wonderful speed.
Of the five new pitchers si
Eastern league. players will also work
for less next year. Notice has been
given that there wiU,.be a general scal
ing ofsalaries. 1 -. - v:
-Harry Hardy, the former Commo
dore pitcher, has been sold by Balti
more to Providence, Rhode Island..
Bob Corkhill, well known as an out
fielder in the Three-Eye league, is out
of a job.
TURKEY SHOOT NEW YEAR'S
Johnaon Stronger All the Way.
There was no stage in the fight in
which Johnson was not the stronger
of the two', and the punishment he
dealt' out" would have stopped many
other men long before 14 rounds had
been fought. The hegro was merciless,
and even before the first round .was
finished the effects of his blows were
apparent by the blood he brought from
Burns' mouth. , '
It was simply a case of class, and in
the fight today the negro had'all the
class. The fight had gone hardly a
minute before Johnson, with a terrific
swing, sent Tommy to the floor. The
blow had all kinds of steam behind it
and landed on the jaw. Burns took
the count of eight, at the same time
signaling his seconds that he was all
right. - ' -
Burn' Blown Ineffective.
When he arose he rushed at the
negro, but was met by a hard right,
which sent him staggering backward
half way across the ring. Still he
came back in aggressive, rushing
style,' and sought to do damage with
body punches. Some of these landed,
but they did not seem to' slow up John
son. : -
As . early as the second round the
negro began to taunt Burns with "cut
ting sarcasm and Tommy came back
with such remarks as "yellow dog.
and Burns was doing all he could in robbed of $29,000 Monday night. De-
reply: His blows, however, lacked
ELEVENTH ROUND The perspira
tion pouring off the body of Johnson
made it look not unlike highly polish
ed walnut. Burns tried to cross his
right oyer, but Johnson cleverly avoid
ed . him, meantime laughing at the
tectives have been at work on the case,
but it. is stated that no clews to the
robbery have been found and no ar
rests made. ;The loss of the money
was discovered when the bank opened
for business on Tuesday morning.
President John Bartle admitted that
the robbery has occurred, but said
champion. Burns was outclassed and 'c" UL '"" T1 luc uau,v
Johnson apparently Invulnerable. .When wa insured for $25,000 with a casualty
the bell rang Burns limped to his cor- company, the loss to the stockholders
r tvftulfl Ktt loflo than Aflrt - Tho KnnV
TWELFTH ROUND-Again Johnson la, capl"f Aat 1000(- J" sur"
sailed in and Burns took a tremendous P1"3 ' and nas undivided pro-
Only Two Daya ito See Thla Big Show.
HARRIS WEST TRIO
Singing and Dancing Comedians.
5 OTHER BIG FEATl'RE ACTS S
Sunday a diamond ring and 5-pound
box of candy to some person.
Evening prices will prevail
Coming first half of week, Miskell,
Hunt and Miller, big musical act.
Order seats by phone; new 5153, old 62.
hold instead a bie turkev shoot open
three are touted as wonders. Ray- to allf the afternoon of New Year's
mond Webster, who played last year da 'A numjber. of members were at
Rock Island Gun Club Postpones
Christmas Event Because of Wind
.A bad wind caused the postponement
of the. shoot of the Rock Island Gua
sued yesttery " ,was ecided l These evidences of bitterness i were
gnea, hoj inKtead a hie- tnrkev shoot onen I . .... ...
snown ail tnrougn me ngni,
Johnson all during the battle played
with the Wilmington club in the East- th Watch Tower range yesterday and
ern Carolina league, is haiiea as a gem indulged in practice matches. : , ... .
of the first water. He won 18 out of I .
21 eames last year, and his speed and! Englewood Loses to Longmont.
curves are said to be something mar- Denver, Dec. 2G. Longmont high
velous. Jack Tighe would not be sur-1 school annexed the high school foot
prised if he proves the leading pitcher ball championship of the United States
in the Three-Eye next year. yesterday, beating Englewood . of Chi
Tiaron Tnis whnsi nrps-1 cago by 13 to O. The contest was
lot of punishment gamely., His jaw
was greatly swollen.
THIRTEENTH ROUND Johnson
continued to play for the injured eye
and ; the bleeding mouth of Burns,
which- was swollen . twice its . normal
size. Blow after blow the colored man
rained upon him and the gong alone
saved the white man from defeat, for
he was reeling and groggy as it rang.
FOURTEENTH ROUND Johnson
went right after Burns when time was
called. The white man warily backed
away, but Johnson, following him up.
dropped Burns with a right to the
head. "One, two, three,'' slowly count
ed the referee, and Burns remained
down until eight seconds had been
reeled off. When he ; arose Johnson
flew at him like a tiger and, using
both, hands unmercifully, soon had the
champion tottering. The police then
jumped into the. ring and stopped the
fight, The referee - Immediately d
clared Johnson the winner. He added
that he considered it the best fight he
fits, of $200,000.
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for a knockout punch to the jaw, while
Burns seemed anxious to finish the
negro's blows, nearly , closed one of had eVer witnessed
Burns eyes and he was badly cut up
when the police finally stopped the.
Holds Two Honors.
Jack Johnson is not only the first
: There is an established
simplicity in the ethics of
evening dress for the man,
.which should not be de
Giving grace to the fig-
a y nre 01 tne man, ana lena
v'ing an air of propriety and
form, the full dress'clothes
f; can reflect .the custom
tailor's deftness, more forc
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The" height of style, lux
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BuilJing;J0? Zighlenth SL
"VlTmaJe si Jiffier' Ctothea.
ence has been sought for the last two waged on a sloppy field at Broadway j
years, has written that he will report I park. , (
ttVi i-ir ranntorl Tin rrl cm haa nlpntv nf I '
IT UVII " W.IVLtl. a.u.uuu uMu J' - I
opportunities to remain in independent
To Wrestle in Davenport.
Carl Tliih fhc fiprman wrpstlerj
basenaii as nis pitcning nas aitracieai ., maot tv ztaVna nf naWhnri
fight Johnson showed, few evidences negro to hold the world's heavyweight
of havine- taken anv creat bunishment. I title he is also the first colored man
Fight by Rounds. "J "' " I ever to battle ror the honor, reter
thirst nmTMnAftPr i fpw mo-1 Jackson tried to get John L. Sullivan
ments of preliminary sparring John-'to meet h,m years ago, but without
son rennhnd Thirn with sharn nnner- success. Jackson's bout with Corbetf
cut and the Canadian went to the floor, was not for tne world's title.
remaining there for the count of eight.
The bout was the outcome of a pa-
no small amount of attention in St. at claus Groth hall In Davenport. in a
iuis, out ne nas ueciaeu 10 buim ui catch.as-catch-can ' match New Year',
professional game, ana tne iocai Ians I evening.
have reason to be happy, as he is con-1
Whin Thera's a Will.
Shortly before the Christmas holl
days one year a Princeton undergrad
uate' from Chicago wished to start
home, thus gaining a week's vacation
nn tha nthoi ntnrienta TTo hm1 however.
is expected or him. warren, a young used up all the a.b8enceg from recite
renow wno -piayea wun Monmoutn in tlon which are allowed, and any more
sidered a marvel by those who have
Schifferli, another twirler who play
ed with the City league of Buffalo and
the defunct Interstate league, comeB
highly recommended and considerable
He signaled to his seconds that he was tlent trailing of Burns by Johnson. He
all right, however, and when he arose had followed Tommy practically to all
saiiprt in fnr Johnann's hodv ' Johnson sides of the world, asking for a match.
swung hard right, to the head and Johnson's ring career he has fought
Burns staggered backward nearly I" "" " " BW' '"""
across the ring from the impact of the outs- He has knocked ontjJack Jef-
blow. Then Burns rushed in, planted nreinw VL
a right of great force on Johnson's has ls Put away Fltzsimmons.
chin and by an excellent display of He has lost Dut two one to
boxing warded off a return. Johnson Marvin Hart on a decision, the other
put a stinging left to the head at the ou lu
sound of the gong.
Johnson topped Burns by more than
the Illinois-Missouri league last year,
was recommended by M. H. Sexton as
a good .man and one who will show his
worth when given-a chance. The last
of the box artists who have signed up
or accepted terms is a man Samed Ja
cqbson, : who playedin the -Henry
county, league last year., It is claimed
for him that he is equally good as a
catcher or outfielder and thathe is a
wonder as a twirler. With the other
pitchers who. have been signed, It may
without good, excuse would have
meant suspension. In a quandary, he
hit upon this eolation: He telegraphed
his father the following message
"Shall I come home by the B. and O,
or straight home?"
. ;The answer he received read, "Come
. An exhibition of the telegram to the
faculty, was sufficient. Success' Maga
zine For December.
I be found advisable to make use of him
to Children teed lcohoI7
Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant
for children.: He will probably say, "Very, very; rarely." .Ask
htm hn-M often he nrescribes a tonic for them. He will probably
answer. "Very, very frequently." - Then ask him about Ayer's
non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young.
J. a Aytv Co
RTnnnrcn bottntv whpn the ennelsix inches, but Bums had a better
clanged Johnson yelled across to the reach. h5s' measurements being 74
approaching Burns, "Come right on," lnchea with his arms extended. John
and he swung his right arid landed on to be satisfied witk $6,000
Burns', chin.. The champion's ankle " e1":u . T
gave, way under him . and he went Insisted onJ30,000 for bis end. -down.
He was up immediately, how- .Reports have it that both Burns and
ever, and Johnson got to close quar- Johnson bet heavily, upon themselves.
ters With him and placed his right and I ' Johnson Makes Statamcnt. f
left to face and body. BurnB' left'eyel . Sidney, Dec. 26. In an interview to-
here commenced to swell. Johnson I day Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist
thus far had the better of the battle, who won over "Tommy" Burns, Bald:
n line bk oiacK man was cuiuiux nu mci uuu.bu . uv,.
t L I7iT-r.-" Itime. and he swung a terrific left Into beginning I knew I was. too good for
"J ""J "Vvc. - . vi.4... . '..m: th. fl.hflne- thn Rnm knpw T was
tanttc City, N. J., recenUy Introduced wo .1 . ."T ; mvl ..Tr'T Za trm thVtrt Th
- -.f . i ri. imouta ana annarentiy was urea, nuc mid niu 4,wui wv"
TAM,Al TiTim- naon rkWAn I ID e II were Cllncned as tne Dell rans. ireiere was wir. t Daic uvwuiyiauua
Jessup and Henry Wagner, aH nnder THIRD ROUNDBums swntig his to make. . . , - ,
trvriv- TOOr- t tro Za rropt.wi fni Irfght to Johnson's head and theri did JeffH. May FIM Later.
malicioos mischief, and appointed them 1 some wonderful execution, at infight-I Los Angeles. 26.-Asked
r-.fal inniU nftllnoman - . frwon llnff. ChODPing OlS ngnt TO me nDS ire- tl U'Sili' uc pwuiu... Uiouc 6w .
watch oTer other mlschleTons laaa. Iquently. Johnson during the - round'bis enigmatic threat of three days ago
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Neither do I promise to cure you In a few days In order to secure your
patronage. An honest doctor does not resort to such methods. But I
guarantee complete, safe and lasting results In the shortest time possi
ble, without leaving any Injurious after effects in the system, and at the
lowest cost possible for Honest, Skillful and Successful Treatment. I
want to call the attention o( the. men ot this vicinity to the fact that I
am not a "cure-all doctor," where both men and women are treated and
every diseased condition from Corns to Dandruff is treated, but my time
is devoted EXCLUSIVELY to treating the DISEASES PECULIAR TO
MEN. ; .: ' -V .
Office honrs: I a. m. to 13 in.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m.; Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday ana Saturday evenings, i 10 a; ounaays irom
m.- to 1 p. m. ' .
Radio -Gtiemic Institute
107 W. Second St.,
Remember, Fourth Floor. Take Elevator. Davenport