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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
Independents and Olympics to
Settle Tri-City Gridiron
GAME IS IN ROCK ISLAND
At Moline the West Ends and the
llllnl Will Battle For the Plow
ant in a breach of promise suit, the
filing of which became public today.
Nellie K. Frakes la the plaintiff and
she asks the court to award her $75,
000. The plaintiff alleges that Snod
grasa won her consent to marry him
on. Jan. 15, 1908, and that while she
believed herself to be his fiancee he
married Josephine Vickers.
M'GINLEY IS OUTPOINTED
BY M. BLOOM AT PEORIA
' Peoria, I1L, Nov. 23. Morrle Bloom
c4 Chicago barely outpointed Steve
McGlnley Thursday night in eight
rounds. Both men came np smiling at
the end. Bloom's punches generally
landed and when they went home they
were damaging. In the semi-wlndup
"Cowboy" Engwald of Moline bested
Toung Belfordt of Virginia in four
Buffalo. N. T.. Nov. 23. "Gunboat"
Smith of California and Jack (Twin)
Sullivan of Cambridge, Mass., fought a
10-rqund draw last night.
Toulouse, France, Nov. 23. Boxing,
which is the favorite sport of southern
Frenchmen, caused a death last night
in the match between the fistic chn
pions of the town of Tarbea and the
town of Narbonne. The man from
j Narbonne was killed by a smashing
i blow on his ear.
Will Permit Sunday Baseball.
Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. 23, Sun
day baseball will be allowed In Hot
Springs hereafter. When the Boston
Red Sox and the Pittsburgh Pirate
arrive next March they will be able to
engage in seven frolics each week.
Sheriff Bob Williams, recently elected,
stated today that he would not inter
fere with Sunday games.
Two football titles in the trl-cities
hinge on games which are to be play
ed tomorrow in Rock Island and Mo
line. The tri-clty honors are at stake
at Island City park where the Moline
Olympics with a strengthened lineup
are to play the Rock Island Indepen
dents and in Moline the Wett Ends
and the Illinl will meet at Browning
field to decide the city title.
The rumor that the Olympics were
"packing" their team in hopes of de
feating the locals, seems to have some
ground for the announced lineup for
the contest includes the st&ra of :V:
Davenport West Ends who lncidentiy
gave the Independents the hardest tus
sle of the year. Whether or not the
Moline team when it appears on the
field of battle will have the services
of the stars of former days in addi
tion to the younger blood, remains to
Coach Dick Llltt has put the Inde
pendents through a stiff drill this
week so as to have his squad pre
pared for any emergency. All the
players are in good condition and
with the polishing up which the of
fense has received, the best exhibition
of football of the season is to be ex
pected. The probable lineup is:
Coleman, c; Smith and Brewln. g.; R.
ftalzmann and Swanson, t.; Murphy
end Behnamann, e.; MaeManus, qb.;
Davenport and Robb, hb.; and A.
W EST Enn HOPKKI L.
(The Moline West Ends are enter
taining hopes of winning the cham
pionship of Moline by defeating the
Illinl tomorrow. The West End ag
gregation has improved greatly In the
last two weeks and now averages 170
pounas 10 me man woicn gives it a Yamada Defeats Morningstar.
sngnt advantage over the num. I'rea j yjew york Nov 23. In the playoff
Woodyatt. will referee the contest, , for tnlrd money in the 18-2 balk line
Carlson will umpire, Lockhart is championship billiard tournev. Kodii
head linesman and Nystrom time yamada defeated Ora Morningstar last
keeper. The West End lineup is: Ed. night by a score of 500 to 299.
c; a. unman ana enere, g.; eb l
gan. Oilman or Johnson, t.; Hall
gren, BTger McKcever or Williams,
e.; Anderson, qb.; KIpp and Curtis,
hb.; and Wolters or Pearson, fb.
Cross-Country Run Is Fatal.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 23. Alfred
Lindler of Buffalo, a freshman student
at the University of Michigan, died
from blood poisoning that resulted
from a bruise on one of his heels, sus
tained by stepping on a stone during
a cross-country run in October. Lind
ler was an enthusiastic candidate for
track athletic honors.
Schwartz to Fight Jake Abel.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 23. Yan
kee Schwartz, the Philadelphia bat
tier, who has been wintering in Cin
cinnati, arrived here today to finish
training for his fight with Jake Adel
Nov. 27. Both men are in good shape.
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Safety Building, Rock Island, 111.
Eighteenth Street and Third Avenue.
more than two or three dog acts of
the ordinary kind. The dog exhibits
almost human intelligence and if his
vocal organs permitted it, would en
gage his master in conservation.
Mintz and Palmer, in a flirtation
sketch, "The Other , Half." and
Charles Gibbs, known as the "Human
Phonograph" and king of imitators,
wfll complete the bill. The "Cheyenne
Days" has heretofore appeared only
in the largest cities in the country.
SraLBINGF SOT) FLTNN YALE STARS IN CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST; "?
BRICKLEY AND WENDELL STRONGEST DEFENDERS OF CRIMSON
$1,000 PAID BY JOHNSON;
President of American League Settles
Libel Suit by Sending Check.
New York. Nov. 2".. n. H. .K hnson,
president of the Amer cnn league, has
settled the libel suit brought against
him by John M. Ward. The ense was
AT THE EMPIRE.
If reputation and cost mean any-
thing, it is claimed the Empire wUl;t0 ther 5:30 0.c,ocl proceed
Seeking to keep the freshies from
learning of their banquet plans, the
sophomores of Augustana college re
sorted to a clever ruse last night and
almost got away with it. It had been
previously arranged that Dr. E. P.
Bartholomew, guardian of the sopho
more class, should give a Thanksgiv
ing address before the Adelphic so
ciety last night. The sophs relied on
this fact to throw the freshies off their
guard, inasmuch as no banquets are
held by the classes without the pres
ence of the guardian.
The freshies, however, refused to be
misled, and early in the evening be
came suspicious that something "was
In Vi sir' Whan snnhninnrpii hotran !
have the greatest show of the season i Sn the dlrection of Moiine, their sus-
. , trBln la UTal M" OI Pldons were confirmed. Unwilling to
urxi viccm. i ue leaiurv act will De
(Jus Hornbrook's "Cheyenne Days" In
troducing seven people and five real
risk an open engagement with the
sophs, who have several times demon
strated their superior strength over
on the calendar of the United States western bronchos. The riders are ab-jthe freghmen the iatler followed the
circuit court of appeals last Wednes-. solutely the greatest In the country1
day, but on that day Johnson with-1 barring none not even those with
upper classmen to the Moline Y. M. C.
A., the scene of the banquet, in the
drew his appeal and sent a check for, Buffalo Bill, for in the big tent any-!,,:' f a.rhinir Rnm iat .trailer'
me amount or aaiiiaKea award-iv"e -" rlu tievenjr. ua we vauae-
ville stage with its limited capacity
ed In the lower court, to Ward.
The sui grew out of Ward's candi
dacy for the office of president of the
National league in December, 1910.
Johnson is said to have declared that I scenery and exhibits lady rough rid
he would not stand for "Ward's elec- e who engage In lariat throwing.
tion and would refus to sit with ! broncho busting, trick and fancy rid-
Their hopes were realized, when Wil
liam Schroeder, a soph, appeared at a
n uines a real arusi to put on ice:,.,, hn. He wan immediately seized
stunts these people are going to show.and held'a prisoner by tne freshies for
The act carries a full set of special ' aimost an houri when he was released
and permitted to enter the banquet
Ward as a member of the nu ional
Ward Instituted duit for $50,000 dam
ages and received a verdict (if $l,00o.
Johnson's attorney appealed and the
case bas been dragging along ever
More Trouble for Snodgrass.
Los Angeles, Nov. 23. Although he
bas been married for more than three
ing of every description.
room. When Dr. Bartholomew
Jr a if K i
right: Spalding, Brlckley and VjfS ; V ft I
Wendell. fifiil JL ' -v. " i .A I
McKeag entertained a company of
friends at a 1 o'clock dinner Thurs
Mrs. Nathan Stein spent Thursday
Whltbfk and sons have purchased
a new shredding outfit and engine.
The Orion Baptist church held Its
annual dinner and roll call Saturday,
hrrtnpht frnm the rnlletrp Ul a taxicab.
The Alpha ; followixis his address, the sophomore
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 23. With
the championship game of the east
only a matter of hours away, the
whole eastern foo ball world is a tiptoe
with anxiety and excitement. Hardly
ever in the past has the great annual
battle between Yale and Harvard
meant so much. Both teams have
come through 'he campaign without
suffering a defeat. Yale's goal line
waa , siiii remains uncrossed, aunougn me
j Bulldog's record has been marred by
field goal scores, while both Princeton
r gins U 1 ii,i ri, rnmnlo-o and the hunnii'et he.
two men in a scenic song festival will J The following tcasts were given:
bo another big act ion this bill. These,6 ..MmSL Mater"Egan Anderson.
ticvt-r vucuiiBiB wm renaer operatic, I "Amar y
yyyuia.i diiu cicu mgunje selections in j
a manner that is certain to please the
entire audience. Press notices of cit
ies where this sextette has appeared
are lavish in their praise of the act.
Robert n.nd Robert, a man and a clev-
soler puede se" K
years. rTea snoagra. cenur neiuer er dog, will present a novey playlet,
of the New York Nationals, la defend- J "True Friends." This act alone costs
Plant Juice Nature's Treatment
Goes Direct to Seat of Disease and Removes Cause.
"Pipe Dreams" Eskil Johnson.
"College Humor" L. E. Jones.
"Our Pilot" C. E. Gunderson.
Remarks Dr. E. F. Bartholomew.
After the banquet, the class mem
bers indulged in various games and
amusements until after midnight, when
the happy banqueters wended their
way back to Rock Island.
Professor Olaf Grafstrom, art in
structor at Augustana college, has been
unusually busy during the last months
Charles T. Schroeder of rear Wal-I prevail. Plant Juice will remove the ?a,Ung f"" 'vf
. . . '.. ' . , remove xne ln tne Augustana synod. Since the be
ginning of the fall term he has exe
cuted three paintings and is working
on a fourth at the present time. The
three finished paintings were sent to
COtt. Iowa, rural route 3 lms thin to i cause and lead to rernverv Plant
say of Plant Juice: For over three lJulce does not patch up, but goes dl-
years I have been troubled with my
stomach, liver and kidneys and with
rheumatism. I have tried many ieme
dies, but none seemed to do me any
good. I read ln the papers the tes 1
monlale of so many who had been ben
efited by Plant Juice and who bad suf
fered as I have that I decided to
try It. I have now used seTeral bot
tles and I am greatly improved. I
consider Plant Juice the beat medicine
I have ever used, and I hear'.lly rec
ommend It to anyone in- need of such
a remedy. When conditions as above
rect to the seat of disease and eradl-
j cates It by cleansing the blood, toning
up tne action of the kidneys and liver
and putting the stomach in proper con
dition to assimilate the food so that
full nourishment is obtained. With pure
blood coursing through arteries and
veins there need be no fear of illness.
Plant Juice corrects the whole system.
Demonstrations at the Ballard Drug &
Dental company. 108 West Second
street, Davenport; New Harper House
pharmacy. Rock Island, and E. Jericho
&. Co drug store, Moline. (Advertise
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their respective destinations this
week. They include a beautiful work
on "Christ in Gethsemane," for the
Lutheran church at North Easton,
Mass.. of which Rev. Axel C. H. He-
lander Is pastor. Another, on "Christ's
Ascension," was executed for Rev. Tl.
S. Chllgren's church at Argusville, N.
D. The third went to E. T. Llndeen's
church at Harcourt, Iowa. The subject
was "The Good Shepherd." Professor
Grafstrom Is now working on "The
Sinking Peter." This painting will go
to Rev. Theodore Seashore's church at
El Camoo, Texas. The large range of
Professor Grafstrom's artistic work in
biblical subjects has made him popu
lar as a painter of altar pieces, and
he is constantly receiving orders for
paintings from all parts of the coun
try. His paintings are executed at his
studio at the college and are always on
Bess 1 don't like tli.it Mr. Cutting
Jess That's nnfclnd of you. I beard
him say something awfully sweet
shout you yesterday. Be Oh. did he?
What wrs It? Jess He said he inius
Ined you must have leen perfectly
charming as a girL Cleveland Leader.
Little Bes How do you make but- i
ton boles. Nellie: Little Nell -oil. Just
take a hole sod sew eye winkers all 1
round 1L -Chicago News.
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and Brown have scored touchdowns
on the crimson.
Harvard and Yale have met every
year since 1875, and since Harvard's
1901 Victory the Crimson has never
crossed Yale's goal line. In other
words, in 10 games no Harvard team
has been able to perfect an a' tack
which could carry the ball over Yale's
goal line. This is merely another lllus
tration of the wonderful defense which
Yale knows so well how to perfect.
The full standing of the series between
Harvard and Yale follows:
1875 Harvard, 4 goals; Yale, 0.
1876 Yale, 1 goal; Harvard, 0.
1878 Yale, 1 goal; Harvard, 0.
1S79 Yale, 0; Harvard, 0. ,
18S0 Yale, 1 goal, one touchdown;
1831 Yale, 0; Harvard, 4 safe'les.
1882 Yale, 1 goal, 4 touchdowns;
Harvard, 2 safeties.
1SS3 Yale, 23; Harvard, 2.
1SS5 Yale, 48; Harvard, 0.
188G Yale, 29; Harvard, 4.
1887 Yale. 17; Harvard, 8.
1889 Yale, 6; Harvard, 0.
1890 Harvard, 12; Yale. 0.
1S91 Yale, 10; Harvard, 0.
1892 Yale, C; Harvard, 0.
1893 Yale, 6; Harvard, 0.
1894 Yale, 12; Harvard. 4.
1897 Yale, 0; Harvard, 0.
1898 Harvard, 17; Yale, 0.
1S99 Yale, 0; Harvard,-0.
1900 Yale, 28; Harvard, 0.
1901 Harvard, 22; Yale, 0.
1902 Yale, 23; Harvard, 0.
1903 Yale, 1G; Harvard. 0.
1904 Yale, 12; Harvard. 0.
1905 Yale, 6; Harvard, 0.
1907 Yale, 12; Harvard, 0.
1908 Harvard, 4; Yale. 0.
1909 Yale, 8; Harvard, 0.
1910 Yale, 0; Harvard, 0.
1911 Yale, 0; Harvard. 0.
Gave Himself Away.,
A man who Is steadily employed
finally had a day off and decided to go
fishing, taking Mb luncheon with bl'.u.
When he rexebed the creek be dlscor
ered that be bad dropped the lunch
packet somewhere on the road and
hastened back to look for It. Present
ly he met a husky negro, who was
looking happy and picking his teeth.
"Did you find anything on the roud
as you came along?" asked the gentle
man. "No, sah." answered the negro. "1
didn't find nothing. Couldn't a dog
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LOUIS UEDEMANN, CHESS
EXPERT AND WRITER, DIES
Chicago, Ncv. 23. Chess lost one
of its most ardent devotees and the
Chicago Tribune the editor of Its
chess column yesterday when Louis
Uedemann was claimed by death. Mr.
Uedemann died at his residence, 3933
North Hamilton avenue, at 6:30
o'clock yesterday morning. Death re
sulted from Bright's disease and
Thursday he was cheerful, and bis
wife and two daughters, who were at
his bedside, did not think the end so
near. He is survived by Mrs. Louis
Uedemann and two daughters. Miss
Doris Uedemann and Mrs. Herman
Mr. Uedemann, who was a three
times winner of the western chess
championship, was born In Saerbcck,
Westphalia, Germany, on Jan. 10, 1854.
He came to this country when 12
years old and settled in Chicago, liv
ing here until the time of his death.
On Dec. 28, 1880, he was married to
Miss Alwine Lohmann of St. Louis.
Hedlund sale, near Milan, Thursday.
G. B. Buck of Sunny Hill was auc
tioneer. Friends of little Inez Vincent will
be grieved to hear that she is very
ill with typhoid fever.
Mrs. J. It. McKeag and the Misses
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Down Town Vaudeville
THREE SHOWS DAILY
Night 7:30 and 9:00
Prices 10c, 15c, 25c
4 FEATURE ACTS 4
Grandma McMeeken, who has been
ill the past week, is slowly recover-:
Two Reels Motion Plays.
Good Music Cozy Theatre
Ladies' silver spoon matinee
Wednesday and Friday
Each lady present at this mat
inee will receive a beautiful
Change of program Monday and
Several men from here attended the
I an ii mjt.
THREE DAYS ONLY
This coming Thanksgiving
Is willing to go on record
in announcing that this
coming week is to be one
of the greatest vaudeville
shows yet seen in our
midst. Headed by that big K
5 HORSES 5
7 PEOPLjS 7
ROBERTS & ROBERTS
Man and Dog,
In a playlet "True Friends'
MINTZ & PALMER
Singers par excellence, pre
senting flirtation sketch,
"The Other Half."
4 WOMEN 4
2 MEN 2
In a big song festival,
"From Grand Opera to
The Human Phonograph
and Successful Imitator.
A REAL ORPHEUM SHOW
Order seats now for the
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