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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
Peorians Apparently Have De
veloped Attack of Acute
and MacManus in the backfied, the In-
ADDITION OF STARS CAUSE
Independents Are Strengthening Line
up Dally Kewanee Coming
for Game Sunday.
CUBS STILL LEAD !
Win Two Out of Three From
Plow Citys Bachelors Take
Spurt and Cop Three.
dependent will have a quartet of
ground gainers that win be hard to
READY FOR KEWASE.
Sunday the Independents will play
the Kewanee Regulars at Island City
park. The visitors have a strong
team which like the Independents is
being strengthened weekly by the ad
dition of former stars and Kewanee
has had a host of good players in the
past. The Rock Islanders are confl-
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fray. The team has been practicing ! Bachelor .!"!!!!!!!l5
steadi'y this week and after each j Molines !l!!"l5
evening's work. Coach Liitt has had ; pjow City"."."!. 13
his players take a wind developing j Crogs country's . .15
run of several miles. The results are j gtock Naders 15
shown in raster practice ana better
The team will present the strong'
The record made thus far this sea
on by the Rock Island Independent ! est lineup of the season thus far when
football team and the constant addi
Hon of strong men to the squad, has
it appears on the gridiron Sunday.
' Harry Coleman will be at center and
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thrown such a scare Into the Peoria . tacklP8 Grove wi:l be back at end
oocia.s that the game between the
Peorians and the Independents sched
uled for Nov. 10 has been cancelled.
This In spite of the fact that from
present indications It will be the Pe-
The Bachelors Jumped from fourth
to second place last evening at the
weekly series of the Tri-City Bowling
league, when they won three straight
from the Stock Leaders, on the Harms
alleys. The Cubs secured two out of
two guard positions at all doubtful
Coach Liitt has plenty of good men
for these positions, in fact the number
of men available is what makes the
Dositlons doubtful. In the backfleld
orU Socials and the Rock Island In-1 the team will present MacManus at
dependent who will have to eettle
between themselves the question of
state championship. If this turns out
to be the case, the local team will
make every endeavor to force the So
cials Into a contest, possibly after
the c"ose of tie regular playing sea
son. ANOTHER STAR IS STCIHED.
Elmer Anderson, a star football'
player who Is better known as "Skall" !
Anderson amonz the habitues rf the 1
gridiron, has sonified an intention of National league baseball club.
leaving only the other end and the , thre"e gameg from tQe p,ow CUy team
quarter and Salzmann, Thompson
and either Rains or Davenport for
The game as usual will commence
at 3 o'clock.
Bresnahan Handed Release.
St. Louis, Nov. 1. Roger Bresnahan,
it was announced today, received last
Tuesday his notice of unconditional re
lease as manager from the St. Louis
on the Mollne alleys, the Moline club
performing the same stunt, taking two
from the Cross Coutnrys on the St.
Julian alleys. Ed Wich of the Cross
Countrys bowled a high single score
of 217. The scores follow:
Van Etten .186 176 176
Lindholm 175 142 117
Clemann 161 167 173
Patting P9 166 147
Wilson 186 148 ISO
867 799 793
Swanson rolled last, two games for
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ready for a game
time. "Skall" is a halfback of more
than ordinary ability having shown
his class with the Rock Island Inde-
by Nov. 7, Bresnahan will be a free
agent. Bresnahan, according to his
friends, will not try to negotiate at
pendente of 1908 and the Moline Went 1 present with any team, as he intends
Ends of 1909 and 1910. He plays j to fight for the fulfillment of his con
quarterback also and is a heady, fast I tract. Bresnahan is ill with a severe
and powerful player. With Art Salz-iccld at a local hotel,
mann, Tommy Thompson, Anderson 1 discuss his plans.
He refused to
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A large business
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Central Is Dissolved and Circuits
Formed Out of Organization.
Fort Wayne, Ind.. Nov. 1. The old
Cent ral lea cue, a 12-club organization,
! was dissolved at yesterday's sessions
; of the league's directors, and in its
place two six-club leagues were launch
11 ' cd. a western and an eastern division,
! to be composed as follows:
Fort Wayne, Grand Kapids. South
Li3 : ivnil. Davton. Surinefield and Terre
Interstate: Youngstown, Erie, Zanes-
ille. Wheeling, Canton and Akron.
Both are at present only temporary
organizations. The Interstate owners
will meet at Akron Nov. 6, and those
of the Central at Milwaukee, Nov. 12.
oi which dates the two leagues wili
be duly organized.
Louis Heilbroner of Fort Wayne, a
major league scout and statistician,
was elected president of the Central
lesirue. succeeding Dr. F. R. Carson,
South Bend, who resigned today..
C. A. Dawson of "Zanesville has been
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'TWILL BE A REAL BATTLE WHEN HARVARD AND PRLXCETON
CLASH OX SATURDAY; DOPESTERS PICK THE TIGERS TO WIN
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Falton, Frothlngham and Wendell of tha Harvard eleven.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 1. A grid
iron battle the like of which has not
before been witnessed this season is
what football fans expect to see here
Saturday when Harvard and Prince
ton clash. From the form displayed by
both elevens this season it is clear that
both will be compelled to play all the
Paul Withington, center coach for tha
Crimson, expects defeat.
"Although Harvard undoubtedly
has proven that it postesses consid
erable Ktrength and it no longer an
untried combination, a great deal must
etill be accomplished before there is
any chance of defeating Princeton
i;ext Saturday," declared Vithinnton
early in Uie week. "Last vear Prince-
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louiimu mey ua ueen uufiuu t(jn Blir,,rise(J llarvard and won 8 to B.
Though the Harvard team is in fine I This year the task of defeating the
figured that Princeton ! Tigers seems to l,e doubly hard and
fettle, it is
should be a
slight favorite because j although Harvard is very eager to
one of the faptest teams in it history
and the decisive way In which the Ti
gers defeated Dartmouth shows that
they are fully aa good aB their early
f( ason scores neemed to indicate. Har
vard's one satisfaction in looking for
ward to Saturday's game is that the
team can be expected to give a
food account of itseir and tight Prince
ton for every inch."
In addition to Prickly, whose work
for the Crimson has been most spec
tacular this season, some of the stars
who are expected to shine In Satur-
of its decisive victory over Dartmouth square accounts, the chances are all cUy's game are Captain Wendell, Fel
last Saturday. It is significant that j in favor of Princeton. Princeton has ! ton and Krolhlngham.
named temporary head of the Inter
Ordway sings, talks and gives iniita-
lions, she convulsed many of her '.
hearers last night, and it wad difficult
for her to bring her turn to a conclu-'
bion, so persistent were the demands
for more from htr. She will he the
bit at the Empire for the next three
days. Oftier acts on Manager lJo:ly s
'excellent bill are Lew Wells, who de
jlhers a pleasing monologue and plays
draws a saxaplioiie. L. in. one of those co-'
vaudeville co- J medians whose work never becomes
tiresome; Paul and Azeila, buropean
tl.adovihtH, who present a clever en-:
t nainment ; the Gee Jays, w ho offer ,
"A Stace Cpon a Stage," a neat nov-
and t Meulo Moore's "Mother
AT THE EMPIRE.
Vesta Victoria, it is said.
j:,0GO per week as a
medlenne. She is an English woman,
and if you have seen her in action on
the stage you will agree that she is
funny. There is a young woman at : e!ty
the Empire who comes from the san.e Goose Girls," who give nursery r .iyme
country that Miss Victoria calls her:'"15" Tnere are even pfK)ple '" the,
. ... , ,,, , . pet. which is beautifully staged, clos-;
native heath. She is Miss Iaurle Ord- :, .. .;,, r , , , . . i
j infc with one of the youn? women rid
way. Miss Ordway probably does not nK out over the audience on an elev
rt-ceive a salary Quite as large as is.trically lighted broom while the house
paid Miss Victoria, but when you have s in darkness. j
witnessed the performances of both I
you will probably wonder why Misai Moran Gets Verdict Over Horn. '
Ordway's check should be the smaller j Oakland, Cal., Nov. 1 Frank Moran,'
of the two. Miss Ordway imperson-1 Piusburgh heavyweight, wag awarded;
i.tes a sun.-3e t, and how she exposes j the decision over Charlie Horn of San
man is eno'-.ph to Lrir.s a blush to thn Francisco at the end of ten rounds of
cheeks of fr.cn.Dtrj of th stronger sex in fijrhtir.g here Wednesday nieht. i 4
"The Amusement Center of the
Moores Mother Goose
Great Act for the Children
Special Matinee Saturday
Phone West 708.
w ho are anjon her audience. Miaij Jioran outclassed Horn from the start. 2!