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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, F1UDAY, MAKCH 10, 1011.
bca 6ch.ed.uled for a curtain raiser,
but It la possible that one will be se
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Burlington Scribe Aptly Char
acterizes Proposed New
League in South.
HAS TWO ASYLUM TOWNS
JSAkjtkec and Jacksonville Bog
Hotxms Good Place to Pot
mmne Who Propose H.
BuTHagton Gazette: There appears
to be about as much chance of the
tlove of peace establishing a cote j
ground the present Three-Eye league j
s there is for the Mexican rebels j
and regulars to kiss and make up.
There is no denying the fact that
"Waterloo has the upper hand. They
Ibave the real old Simon 'Lagree on
;J.Iessrs. Tearney and Kinsella and
ethers in ipite of the statements to
the contrary made with great fre
quency by these gentlemen. Waterloo
nd the four southern clubs of the
Three-Eye will never be able to get
along In the same circuit and the
only solution of the problem is the
disruption of the Three-Eye league.
Tearney must take care of Quincy
et any cost even to the extent of
ehooting the circuit to pieces and It
Jooks as if this step is contemplated.
TWO ASYLUMS TITKRE.
There are already rumors of a new
league, taking In Kankakee, Decatur
end Jacksonville. As insane asylums !
are located in Kankakee and Jack
Bonville. the new league will get the
tame of the Foolish circuit and it
will not be so much of a misnomer
et that .
Quincy insurged from the Central
association because it wanted to get
into faster company. It Is hoped that
the town will enjoy the companion
ship of Jacksonville, which is about
the pooreet excuse of a baseball burg
1n the country.
Dick Kinsella. frowns upon the prop
osition to form a new league In the
south end. He says tt Is Impossible to
get a new circuit to going at this late
date. "Even President Tearney knows
better than to attempt such a bluSE.
Bntlre responsibility Is placed on the
shoulders of the Bloomlngton doplst,
who also auggeeted a 10-club league
and tried to put It through with print
The "Waterloo Reporter says that
the national commission Is about to
take some action In the Three-Eye
case that win make Kinsella, Tearney
& Co., sit up and look around. The
national board, the Reporter probably
means, for the national commission
would hardly take jurisdiction at this
stage of the game. The only thing
the national board can do Is to with
draw protection from the league and
tree im piayers as a penaicy ior iau-1
ing to get ready to play ball.
George Mannsch, the outfielder with
the Islanders last season, recently
lost tis personal belongings in a fire ;
that destroyed a lodging house where
he was rooming at Vlcksburg, Miss.
George had barely time to get out
with a whole ekln.
PLAY RETURN GAME
WITH MOLINE HERE
Rock Island High School Basketball
Team to Be Given Chance to
Although It was announced that the
fame at Moline would end the basket
ball season for the local high school,
general dissatisfaction with the out
come and the permission of such
rough playing by the officials has led
the management to schedule a return
game in the local gymnasium for to
morrow evening. The locals are con
fident that if the rules of the game had
been enforced in the contest Wednes
day nisjht the outcome would have
teen different. At any rate they will
get another chance to decide which Is
the better team tomorrow night. Ar
rangements are being made to get
competent officials. It Is hoped that V.
C. Hall and Ian Hayes of Augustana
can be secured for the contest.
The weather the last few days has
been such that the baseball squad
could work out at Reservoir park and
last evening most of the basketball
squad joined them. They will work
out In the gymnasium this evening,
iowevtr, and thould be in fair condi
tion by tomorrow night. The game
'will he played In the local school gym
taslum at 7:30. No game ha as yet
Patterns of Gloves
AH Leading Makes
to Select From.
Call and look
over my line.
1619 2d Ave.
LOOK FOR THE BEAR.
At Y. M. C. A.
The program for the next meeting of
the Toaetmasters club at the Y. M. C.
A. has been announced. The meeting
is to be held March 20, and the general
theme for the evening's talk la to be,
"The City Beautiful." Frank Barker
will act as toastmaster, and addressee
will be given as follows:
"The Commercial Value of Civic
Beauty C. E. Crews.
"Parks and Park Improvements" J.
"Clean Streets" N. C. Kerr.
"The Right Use of the River Front"
H. C. Fulmer.
On account of the Importance of the
topics to be discussed and the special
timeliness of the meeting. It Is ex
pected that this will be one of the best
gatherings of the toaatmasters of the
An announcement of great Interest
to local kodakers comes from the Dav
enport Y. M. C. A. The Camera club I
there has secured some fine pictures
flora a Chicago camera club, which arc
now on exhibition at the Davenport
building. Rock Island enthusiasts have
been Invited to see the exhibit and take
notes for the next amateur exhibit,
which is to be held at the Rock Island
Y. M. C. A. next January.
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High School Basketball Team Slakes
Good Ktart for Championship.
Chicago. March 10. The Mu6catlno
(Iowa) high school five loomed up a
logical contender for the central states
championship in the tournament which
opened yesterday at the Evanston Y.
M. C. A. gymnasium. The liawkeye
aggregatiln made their debut in a
match with the Rowen high team, and
the visitors so thoroughly outclassed
their opponents that the result was a
foregone conclusion from the very out
set. The final count was 50 to 13. The
victors of the day were Muscatine over
Boweu, Evanston Academy seconds
over St. Charles, Abingdon over Evan- j
ston high seconds, Evanston Academy j
over New Tried high, Evanston high ,
over Grundy Center, and DeKalb high
over Northwestern Military academy.
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TURK AND SPORREY
Mahmout and Moline Wrestler
Sign Articles for Handi
GIVEN THE SHORT END OF IT
Kewanee and Galesburg Suffer In the
New Central Association Schedule.
Kewanee, 111., March 10. Kewsnee
and Galesburg of the Central associa
tion have made a vigorous protest
against the adoption of the new sche
dule sent out by President Justice.
Advance information was that this
chart embodied ideas of all the man
agers, but investigation reveals that
Kewanee and Galesburg get neither
opening nor closing dates at home and
but one holiday, while Hannibal and
Keokuk get both opening and clos
ing dates at home and two holidays.
PURSE OF $300 IS POSTED
Foreigner Agrees to Secure Two
Falls in 30 Minute Event
IB. lied for Net Week.
Emil Sporrey versus Yussif Mab
mout will be the feature of a program
of a wrestling matcfc, which is billed
for next Wednesday night at the Mo
line theatre. A short time ago, when
Mahmont met Sporrey, together with
four other wrestlers in Moline, Spor
rey stayed for 12 minutes, and was
BACHELOR'S CORNS COSTLY
Jury Awards Mrs. (Iirintine Spelltnan
$2-520 for Cutting Them.
St. Ixwis. Mo., March 10 For cut
ting corn and bunions of Daniel Small
three time a week for 420 weeks a
jury In Judge Fischer's court has
awarded $2,520 to Mrs. Christine E.
Spellnian, or $6 a week.
Then the jury subtracted from that
amount J21'i for dresses which Small
had bought for her, leaving $3,310 in
her favor. Small was a bachelor.
For eight years he boarded with Mrs.
Srellman. He died leaving 10,0"0 and
no near relations to claim it. Mrs.
Spellman put in a claim for extra
money for what she termed "being a
6lave to him" for e!ght yearB.
"Hack Twice Flops Ordeman.
Kansas City, Mo.. March 10.-George
Hackenschmidt defeated Henry Orde
man and Dr. B. F. Roller threw Amert
cus in a double event wrestling bill
given by the Empire Athletic club here
last night. Both matches were fast.
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the cause of the Turk's defeat upon
that occasion. liifore ai:y agreement
could "be reached for this long-talked
of handicap niaich there wai consi ier
able dickering ae to terms. The one
obstacle at first was the size of the
purse which the Turk's manager de
manded, Jf O. Tbe backers of the Mo
line man f.nally came to the conclusion
that it would be possible to put up this
amount, as the interest in the match
is intense. The matter of time for the
handicap wes another item for rorioid
eration. Mahmout and his manager
have agreed upcu either ona of two
things and hav? let the matter rest
with the Moliner. The tirje will
either be made 30 minutcB for tv,o
falls, with a side bet of $luO, or for
4 5 minutes wirhciut a side itt, winner
cf ihe match to take the entire purse
TO TfUil 10 IN HOC H.
Mahmoit is j-'oiag io undsrtako a
bigger contract than lie h;ia yei at
tempted in ii.e tri-citios. He is g-iing
to throw 10 nivn fn one hour or luce
his match. He wi'i give any man
who stays longer tnan five minutes
$5 for each minute over ihat time.
Promoter John Hali will .ive J-Su to
the one man in tbe vt who suiys for
the longest period of time. Hereto
fore. Mahmout ha set ti.? limt for
each man at 10 min'ireB and h.s even
been beaten at his paire U.en.
In the semi-wind.iD Younr Eiiglimd
of Molin; will n:ei t HarrUnn Good
win of Quincy in a straight match.
Goodwin, who h.is a good reputation
as a boxe r, is a olaimatit for tt e light
weight titlv? of Illinois. EriL'luiid has
made a good s!.o wip of late in match
es against local mat artipts.
URGED FOR SERVICE
Davenport Ilwruiting Office RecefTM
Orders to Scrnre Men More
C. E. McN'any, in charge of the re
cru'tlng office in Davenport, has re
ceived an order from IJeutenant G. T.
Ghent of Cedar Rapids requesting that
he- increase enlistments. Whether or
not this has any significance in con
nection with the recent rush of Amer
ican troops to the Mexican border,
.Mr. McN'any was unatile to state to
The order received by Mr. McN'any
was as follows:
"Knrieavor to increase your enlist
ments in compliance with the navy
telegram of this date."
When asked if America feared that
there would be an opposition to their
plan of putting down the Mexican in
surrection, Mr. McNany baid there was
not the least likelihood that there
"The Mexicans, In fact a gixtd many
of the Central American countries, do
not like America." he aaid. "It is be
cause they are jealous. But they
would not think of showing any fight,
for they respect the power of the Unit
"They are an unfathomable people
down there. We were down a few
years ago settling up the dispute that
Nicaragua started by endeavoring to
absorb th countries of Guatemala.
Honduras and other Central American
countries. At that time Nicaragua
was ambitious to unite four or live
countries into a republic, with the
seat of government there. Th?y
fotTght several months, Nicaragua
naming the conquest over one Sinai!
country, and did much damage to
American and European Interests.
"Finally the navy took up the mat
ter and sent ships down in an effort
to get a peace conference. This w "is
accomplished repreHentatlvcs of th
countries involved got on board an
American warship; she was anchored
25 miles out, to take it away from all
the countries, and we remained there
4S hours. They a.;re;d on terms of
peace and shook hands, ttsduhny, i.
that everything would be all riv.hi hf
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