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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. MAT 16. 1913.
FIELD MEET GOES
TO THE FRESHMEN
BY SINGLE POINT
First Year Men Athletes Cap
ture Event from Sophomores
After Hard Fight.
places. Wilson coming first, Thomas
second, and McCulloch third. I
In the girls' races, Ruth Blakemore
proved to be the heroine, winning the j
50 yard championship dafcTi in 6 4-5 1
seconds, which, considering the s-rcng j
wind which was blowing directly down ! Camp at Springfield Chosen for
the straightway was exceedingly pooa
time. The complete summary was as
SOLDIER LADS TO
GO TO LINCOLN
Thomas la Individual Star, Winning
17 Points for Hia Team
Summary of Events.
100 yard dash First. CUrk. '15; sec
ond. Wilson. '16; third, Bancroft. '15:
fourth. Stoddard, "15. Time, 12 2-5
Hich lump First, Incalls, '15. and
IS 50 TO 49 1 McCulloch. '16 tie; third. Thomas, '16,
4 feet 10 inches.
Mile run First. Thomas, '16; sec
ond. Dripps. '15: third. Carter, '15;
fourth. Robb, '13. Time, 5 minutes
Bread jump First, Ingalls, 15; sec
ond. Clarke. '15: third. Thomas. "16;
fourth, Ackley. '13. Distance, 17 feet
440 yard dash First. Wilson. '16;
secend, Thomas. '13: third. McCulloch.
itt.fe G'nAArtrA " Time fit 4.1
Yearly Gathering of the
I. N. O. .
The freshman claig of the local high
school last night after school won the
closest fought track and field meet
held by high school classes last year,
by cleaning up the sophomores by a
core of h To 4'.. From the first event j seconds.
til, the last th two classes proved to
he evenly matched, and when after the
meet, which waa hld at the Reser
voir field. Coach G. D. Corneal counted
up the pointH on the field, he announc
ed that the Erphs had won a victory,
by a score of 5) to 43.
When at the school building Coah
rorneal recounted the points he found
tl.at at the field he had made a mis
take in the count, and that the first
year men had gained the laurels by
Thomas, of the freshman cla-
was the individual hero of the day,
n Inning even"en points for his class.
Hi; took first, rcntr-iry to expectations.
In the mile and ha'f mile runs. In the
hi.i jumji he tied for third place, and
in the broad jump ho took third place
with ease. He vat also the leading
man ot th freshman relay tam
which, however was beaten. In tin
44') yard dash. th f.-ealiioe made r
clean swrep, tak'ng the first
Shot DUt First. Gaetier. IS; sec-
end, Johnson. '16; third. Clarke. '15:
fourth. Rinck. '15. Distance. 34 feet
Half mile run First. Thomas. '16;
second, Dripps. '15; third. Carter, 'lo;
fourth, Culley, '15. Time, 2 minutes
27 1-5 seconds.
Discuss throw First, Johnson, '16;
recond. Gactjer, '15; third, McGinnis.
'15; fourth. Stoddard, '13. Distance.
'?, feet 5 inches.
Relay race First. Bophcmore first
team; second. freshman, first Cam:
third, sophomore secend team; fourth,
freshman second team. Teams Sopho
mores first. Inpa'.ls. Stoddard, Bancroft
! Ackiey. Robb. MoOinms and Robblns;
I freshman first tPam, Thcmas. Gaetjer,
I McCul.och and Wilson; freshman see
I end team, Kohn, Ccs, Bassett and
! Girls' 50 yard novice First. Harriet
, Darling. '15; second, Mary Mormon.
threo.'ll; third, Dcrotay Schoessel, '15;
Adjutant General Dickson has is
sued orders to eight national guard
regimen3 to make preparations for
the annual encampment to be held
this summer. Company A of Rock Is
land will be in camp during the week
starting July 27 and ending August 3.
The eight to which orders have been
issued w ill be encamped at Camp Lin
coln at Springfield.
The news that Springfield has been
chosen as the scene of the 1013 en
campment w ill be received with pleas
ure by the members of company A.
Last year the Sixth regiment was en
camped at Sparta, Wis., and the sol
diers experienced a week that they do
not wish to repeat. Camp Lincoln is
an ideal spot for an encampment and
according to the orders will be occu
pied by soldiers from July 6 to Sept. 7.
Stcckham, '16. Time,
7 1-5 seconds.
Girls' 50 yard championship First,;
Ruth Blakemoie, '14; second, June!
Nelson. '15; third. Myra Robbing '16; j
fourth. Josephine Crosswell, '16. Time,
6 4-5 seconds. j
Girls' 220 yard relay First, team j
composed cf Ruth DlaVemcre. Myra j
Robbins, Josephine Crofsweil, and i
June Ne son; second, te3m composed I
of Lucy Clarke. ?.Iary Mcrrison, Dorc-j
they Schcessel, and Harriet D'iri.,?t. j
N'o points were counted in the girls
:e a dip
Real Value You Get
For Your Money
When You Buy Shoes
Yc claim to cll hotter hcs for less money
than you can get elsewhere. W hy don't you try
a pair next time? We will leave it to you to de
cide where you get the hest value. It pays to
find out about these things.
Priester-Hickey Shoe Co.
Harper House Block
The junior clr.ss track athletes or i
the local liish school, not content with i
havinc von both the tiris' and bovs'
I basketball touma'r.pntfi- ard tp.kinz !
victories? in both the track miPt3 this
; spring by large scores, have issued a I
challenge to the freshmen and sopho- j
, more track and field men for a r.ie"t i
; in the near future. The lower class j
' men wont on the warpath immediately '
and took un the hatchet, r.nd the meet
! w ill be he'.d next vce'.;. Coach Co j
! ceal is to pick the evrnts for th" ;
I meet, ar.d 1 ut the first throe placet ,
j will count. The distaicc.s cho::en for
i the ncjt will be oddly asnrfd, ao- i
J cording to t!ic report from Coach Cor- j
! neal. j
8; SEMINARIANS IN ANNUAL
II PICNIC; HAVE BALL GAME!
! With a call ranie as a f-?atur, the
j rr.ual picnic of t'.te semincrlans ci '
Aurirtna - was hH ysterday of tor-;
j noon on Camph-il's i.land. The. ball'
i game was a s'uesrir.;; match between!
the Divine1; and the- S;iint ; with tho j
j Divines sli.shr!;.- in the letd. Th 3
!mann?r in which the s?r.s Waited tho j
! ball arourd th! lot i;vle some of the !
I spectators r.u.yk ions that a ftw hai i
; missed their c;t!Iir..
.vcn tne umpi-'i car.:e in '.r some
Knoc.s:ng, but the macr.cr m which hia 1
deci -ir-ns were accepted proved th.t
the majority of '.he theology were j
good sports. The game e:id?d with !
everybody tired Ia the seventh innias. '
the r-coring rciembliUf!: this: j
Divines 4 7 0 ' 00 IS 12 4
Saints 3 o 3 0 1 1 013 11
Datteries Ryden, Swenson and
Jolmson; Ogren, Spong and Carlbers.
BIG EIGHT WINNER IS
ENTERED AT URBANA
Albert Eaton, priza orator of the
Mo'ine hiRh school, left yesterday for
Champaign, accompanied by his coach, ,
K. L. Adams of the high school fac
ulty, to take part in the state orator
ical contest to be held there tonight
under auspices of the University of
Illinois. Eaton was winner in the lo
cal club high school contest, the Big
Eight contest and the district con-
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Jvst to introduce our hat de
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Our regular $3."0 Jnmlto Reed Rocker i
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Positively at this price on
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To close 39c
Lot No. 2 100 yds good grade old fashioned rag
carpet, regular 40c.
To close '. 29c
Lot No. 3 Linoleum Odd lots. "dd size pieces,
discontinued patterns, both ( ft. and 12 ft.
wide. This is best grade printed.
To close ' 49c
Let No. 4 Porch Rugs something new; they am
great and to introduce them we will sell as fol
lows for one week:
Gx 0 $7.30 regular, row $5.25
4x 9 3.73 regular, now 3.85
Gxl2 D.00 regular, now 6.50
Lot No. 5 Art Square Rugs
v 0x10-6 All wool $6.9S
0x12 All wool 7.93
Let 6 Ruth Rugs Assorted sizes: used as sam
ples and slightly soiled; can be washed.
Large assortment Muslin Curtain.,
for hod rooms.
Choice of any, per pair
Lacp Dior Panels
just the thing
front door look attractive.
Odd Lot3 Consisting of pairs, half pair, pair and
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soiled. 100 patterns to show first come get
the cream. Some sold as high as $3 and $4
Choice, each 25c
all this week
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;"The Greater Heroism."
Vetoes New Finh Ei!I. I
-Deaver, Col., Ma 16. AXier coa-l
boiir.? contests. The Mitchell raclnz
bill, bowever, becomea operative wiUi-i
voters under the rcfercn-
er. s all the Use The Argus.
Miners uiven Increase.
Cha-le-lon. W. Va.. Mjy 1C Seven
i:zzt3 a tn:i liicrear.a '.va given the
.Tiir.era (.' t-vo coal oDsiaar.Is on C'o-J
r t'dn;-, v.-hcro tho Krct trojbU
etartid over a year aso.
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