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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. MAT 13, 1911.
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merican Ereaks Wrist and
Kneels During Fight With
Lang in Australia. j
FOOTLIGHT STAR HEDWIG REICHER
HAD BETTER OF MILLING
Packey McFarland Finds Tommy Kil
bane of Cleveland Kasy in
Sydney, ;. S. V.".. May 13. "Bil' ' ;
Lang, tie Aiis: s'.Ian heavy weigh-.., -a as J
given the decisicn over Jack Lester i
of Clebjrn, Was., today when the j
latter was ciisualifitd In t.:e
sixth round for kneelin?.
t-r was i:ot Lit, but fcilaiced he bad
twisted his arm. He ha2 a slitrbt lead, j
Fifteen Thr'vrand rr; cr.s saw the :
Later :l vrs
broke one r.f his
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F.uffa'o, .May 13. Pack;';.- McFar- !
land f.i Chirac;') outpolrted and cut
fought Toimry Ililbpne of Cleveland ;
in a ten-rour.d i o jt r??ore t:io Bif- ;
fiio Athletic a.-.s-o-:- tion here la&: '
night. Kilbane wi.s weal; atd clinch- j
ins El every opportunity o save him-Be-lf
at tbe close of ihe tf-mh round, i
Packey Lad the Cleveiander ?uef.- i
ing frcm the very r uts.?: and the ex-j
trrro cleverness r.f the Chkagoan ;
l:opt hirn out of yr.y danger. 11"
r hopped riehts &r.d lefts 10 K'.'hane's !-"-a(!
ai;d body, and ''ith-'vu rli the!
Mows lacked steam, the Kteady rt-
tack finally rn;j 0:1 Kiir ar.e. , t the J
flose he made nt atfraft to take '
the offensive but depended on clir.'.h- ,
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Restoration of Sports at
Augnstana Followed by In
crease in Enrollment.
MAY REACH 600 NEXT YEAR
Largest Attendance Is in Academic
Department. Where There
Are 162 Registered.
Ji M Ju M fit
Motorcycles have been
r-n the market jast long
enottgh to show np all the
weak ones, That is why
you see so many THORS,
They stand .the te3t of
time. Built for service
for the man who demands
it. THOR Motorcycles are
for the fellow who rides
for pleasure; " exercise.
There is a reason.
Come in and see why.
218 Seventeenth Street.
ing and dofe ranee work to stall out j eight rounds of a one-sided bout last
the last round. ; njgit and was awarded the decision.
i:i SA.VTUY WINS. 51 C HA IIAI EASY GOING.
South Bend. Ind.. May 13. Eddie Milwaukee, Wis., May 13. Bob
Pantry of Chicago knocked out Jack, Moha of Milwaukee toyed with Terry
Ryan of Syracuse, N. Y., in the third Martin of Boston In a scheduled 10
round here last night. ; roUnd bout last night, which ended
mxov im mmkm M'finvEnx. :jn the sixth round when Martin's
- Memphis, Tenn., May 13. Tommy ; seconds threw a towel in the ring,
Dixon of New York pummeled Gene j saving the Boston man from a knock
McGovern of Milwaukee through ' out.
Baseball Boiled Down
Springfield seems to have come George Smith and still has 17 Pretzels
i back. j on the payroll. A deal will be effected
According to the catalog for Its 51st
year, 1910-191?, Augustana college has
an increase of 40 over last year's at
tendance, students In all departments
totalling 533. This increase is no doubt
due to jubilee festivities last year and
the restoration of intercollegiate ath
letics. Augustana's prospects for next
year are even brighter, and the out
look now is that the enrollment will
step close to the six hundred mark.
With the placing of the ban up'on in
tercollegiate athletics a perceptible de
crease was felt in the attendance. In
1S0S the enrollment was only 462. Five
hundred three was the mark reached
in 1909, while the total last year was
There has been a growth In the sem
inary department, the present enroll
ment showing a total of 65 over 58 iast
ACADEMIC BRANCH LEADS.
The academic department show a
healthv increase, having to its credit
162, while last year 135 registered in
this section. It leads all the other
departments in enrollment, a fact
which is accounted for by the institu
tion of the new course at the college,
making the time necessary to com
plete the preparatory course four
years Instead of three. Because of
this change In the arrangement of
courses a slight decrease is noticed in
the collegiate department. The total
attendance for the collegiate and aca
demic departments Ts 2S5. In the con
servatory department 2.13 are regist
ered, while in the business college
there are 89. The following is a sum
mary of enrollment:
Theological semeinary, 65; collegi
ate department, 123; academic depart
ment, 1C2; conservatory of music,
154; school of art, 35; school of elo
cution, 44; business college, S3; en
rolled more han once, 11"; total, 555.
Male students, 824; female student?,
Miss Florence Ruthenberg and Al
bert F. Schersten will appear in a
joint public graduating recital from
the department of expressic of Au
gustana conservatory next Monday
Th results of last evening s events:
220 pard dash Kone first; Wilcher
second; Silverman, third; time,
Half mile Behnamann, first; De !
Long, second; Dove, third; time. 2:24.
120 yard high hurdles Wilcher,!
first; Kone, second; Silverman, third;
Pole vanlt Grove and H. Budelier
tied for first and second; C. Budelier
third; height 9 feet, 6 Inches.
Discuss throw Behnamann, first;
C. Budelier, second; Wilcher, third;
distance, 94 feet, Hi inches.
Broad jump Grove, first; Behna
mann, second; Kone, third; distance
17 feet, 9 inches.
There were five men to get over 10
points each in the meet, Kone of he
sophomores leading with 28, Behna
mann of the juniors second with 24,
and Grove, Wilcher, and C. Budelier,
all seniors, next with 17, 15, and 10.
LIKELY h WRAY
4 State Bank Building.
Call West 1624 or
Hrry Ohland, the Davenport out
i fielder, has the griij and will be out of
!the game several days.
! Fortunately, Danville is not froing to
pet the panic kind of Ftart it made
last season. Ps win yesterday was a
to get rid of JCeke Erwin. secured j evening at 8 o'clock. This is the first
from Rock Island in the trade in 'time for a number of years that the
which Humes figured. It is likely also ' graduates of elocution have appeared
that Catcher Coleman will be allowed
to go. too, and Walsh will be kept as
second backstop because he is a val
uable utility man in both infield and
E. E. Donnelly, a Bloominston diree-
. .. , , : i 'or, writes a clever letter to the Pan-
nn unconditional release by Minnfapo-
lis. A few short years ago he was a tapraph of that citJ" In which, he pro
member of the world's champs. ; poses an organization of a club of 100
! members to promote sports, the mam
Dow Yandiue of this city writes ( cbJect being to get tne city back Inl0
irom u,rajiUoii, ..lar.iioaa, wr.ere ;ie ;s ;
playing in the "Twilight" league that
he broke into the same with a single
and a triple and in the first five games
he made a total of seven safe drives.
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MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National liant nuildin.
Opt-n Wednesday and Sattirdc
Eveuings. l'lioue Wot ltm.
Games are started at 6:30.
a good baseball league. When all the
bills are settled, he says there will be
about enough money left to buy a goat
for a mascot for a new team. Mr.
Donnelly was one of those not in sym-
evening wlu-n the game started the pathy with the fight to oust Waterloo,
electric li-thts were burning and thejand he deplores the result of the con
sun was shining, too. Tuesday there ' test, which left his city without base
was a snowstorm. I hail. Donnelly asks the Pantagraph
to print he box scores of the Three-
Manager O'lyary of Davenport cut Eve to keep the hungry ones informed
'oose Pitcher Miner and Infitldcr j what the circuit is doing.
in recital separate from the rest of
Misses Lillian Dahms and- Wilhel
mina Johnson, pianists, will assist la
the rendition of the program. Admis
sion Is free and the general public is
invited to be present.
TRACK MEET IS WON
BY SCHOOL SENIORS
Kock Island Freight Clerks Mana
ger, john KiIHan, claim aepartment.
Meyers, 901 Thirty-fifth street.
Phone West 1269-Y.
"Bcoriers" (14 year olds) Man
ager Charles Olson, 1S03 Thirtieth
street. Phone West 14 02.
(W. C. U.l Manager.! "Sextons" Manager, Charles
O. box 4 6 4,. Phone W.
-Manager, G. Hu-
Chris Naah. Jr., 61 S Twelfth
Phone W. F-iC.
Ilowthorne Independents ( I
olds) Manager, Fred J. NV:d
Third avenue. Phone W. 1310.
Rock Island Arsenal ball club
Rock Island West Ends Manager, ! T rres Cubs Manaeer G. E. Scott,
Frank Fht an. f ; s Thirteenth avenue!;407 Riady street, Davenport Phone
Fhone W. 1C26-Y. i x-
"Fritzs Colts" Manager Frank
street, j Roantree, P
W. B. Club
j 100 Block club Manager Joe Gstet
tenbatier, 3127 Tenth avenue. Phones
W. 1S?2 and E. 822.
Auto and Carriage Co.
321-32C IGUi St., Kock Island, HI.
Stored & Repaired.
goes to Andover 11:., for the first
regular game on the schedule ar
ranged by Manacer Joe Gstettenbau
er. The trip will be made in three
The W. C. V. team has scheduled
a game with the Rock Island So
cials for tomorrow, the contest to be
played at Exposition park. The line
up of the W. C. U. is as follows:
Fisher, 2b; Broderick. lb; Kale, If;
.'.:ab. ss; Auld, 3b; Fox, cf; Mc
leod, rf; Allen, c; Sexton, p.
Juniors Secure Seeond Place al
Sophomores Third in Annual
The remaining events in the Inter
class track meet were run off last eve
ning at Exposition park, and the sen
iors won with a total of 54 points to
the juniors' 37 and the sophomores'
35. The lead secured by the seniors
in the events run Thursday evening
practically cinched the victory aud sc
cordingly there was less interest In
the events last night. The 120 yard
high hurdles proved the closest race of
the evening. It was run in heats, and
Grove of the seniors and Kone of the
sophomores picked as the winners,
drew a match in the preliinlriaTjMieats.
The Grst race was declared a tie, but
on the second Kone won. Then to
the surprise of every one, Wilcher,
who had won the second heat in the
preliminaries, beat Kone out in the
finals. The seniors continued their
pace of Thursday evening, getting 25
of the 54 points, while the juniors gar
nered 20 and the sophomores 9. There
were some fairly good records, Behn
namann running the half in 2:24 1-5,
Grove and H. Budelier made nine feet
six inches in the pole vault, and Grove
LIBERATI BAND AT
WATCH TOWER WEEK
Famous Organization of Instrument
alists and Singers Booked
What Is promised as one of the
rarest musical treats afforded In the
tri-cities in years is announced in
the booking of the Liberatl Italian
band of 80 Instrumentalists and sing
ers for a week's appearance at the
Watch Tower, the engagement open
ing the afternoon of May 28. and
closing the night of June 3. There
will be afternoon and evening per
formances daily. Twenty vocalists,
several of whom are connected with
the Metropolitan Opera company, are
accompanying the band on its sum
mer tour. There is also a ballet of
Russian dancers. Aside from the
band numbers, at each performance
there will be sung selections from
the standard operas the vocalists
appearing in appropriate costumes.
The concerts will be presented in the
pavilion. The Liberatl band Is fill
ing an engagement this week In
Washington, D. C. Next week it Is
to appear In Philadelphia, and from
the latter city will come direct to
Rock Island. At the close of the
local engagement the band goes to
the White City, Chicago, for 12
"We offer $100 reward for any case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
ablt- to carry out any obligation made
by i.is firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Martin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Rheumatism Relieved In Six Hours.
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
In a few hours. Its action upon the
system Is remarkable and effective.
It removes at once the cause and the
dose greatly benefits. 76c and $1.00.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
Ave., Rock Island and Gust Schcgel
20 W. Second St, Davenport.
Knox fi by
Woods Electric Motor Co.
ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS.
Call West 1510. 316-320 Eighteenth Street.
Independent Auto Tire Repair Shop
L. A. DYSON, Proprietor.
All kinds of auto tire repair work.
Old Phon "West 1620. 106 Eat Svententh Street,
T 1 T 1 3 A t a T S
kock ibiana AuioanuLivery a
GENERAL REPAIRING AND AUTO SUPPLIES.
Agency for the
Old Phone West C4.
J. W. SCHAUM, Proprietor.
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2412 Third Avenue.
Expert Tire Repairing
CALL WEST 1351.
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SATHER HOUGH ON WILLIE
Willie loved a ball game
A ball jrame loved Y.'illie
He told Lis boss on Saturday
He was so very ill he
Would have to stop and hurry home.
He felt knocked out and chilly. .
When Monday came another boy
t Held down the job, not Willie,
j He says when he connects again
i He won't be quite so silly.
J He says he'll let the bail game go.
a i But will he, w llhe, will he?
news xa CDs tune
Symphony Orches tj
May 12 and 13,
Afternoon and Evening
Orchestra 45, Chorus 112
Season Tickets $3
Summer Engagement, Com
mencing Monday, May 15.
Helen Aubrey Stock
Evening performances 8:15.
Prices 20c, 20c and SOc
Matinee Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday at 2: SO o'clock, any seat lOc,
except Sunday, when evening prices
Change of program Monday and
Seats now on sale. Old phone 1685.
Two more days to see the big
show. The last week of
SIX BIG HEADLINE ACTS
Beginning Monday Night
HELEN AUBREY STOCK CO.
For the summer season.
Old phone 1685.
E. D. FISHER
Studebaker Pleasure and Commercial Electric Vehicles.
E. D. FISHER, 303 Best building, Rock Island, III.
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LVMBVS AU i O CO.
ECFRC- 1703 Tfaird Avenuo
All makes of automobiles repaired.
Phone West 191.
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ELBERT G. DON
Phone West 394.
1516 Fourth Avenue.
The Most Durable Stockings
Soft and brilliant as tilk.
Wears far better and costs half
as much. Get the genuine
there are many imitations.
O. H. MANGOLD,
1418 Fifth Avenue.
Fertilize and Seed Your
Extra fine grass seed, 30c per pcund.
This seed is cur own mixture, and ie tLs bes;t oLta'n'ible.
All Soluble Lawn Fertilizer
$2.50 for 125 pound bag, sufficier:t for 6,000 square feet. This
fertilizer is particularly adapted for restoring old v. irn out law ns,
as well as starting new ones.
Phone your orders for trees, shrubs and plants.
Planting orders attended to in seasons.
Fifteenth Street and Third Avenue, Moline, IiL
Phone East 1188. Over State Ilunic.
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