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rt ' ' ' t AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT WEIGHT Of East Akron Team. BittiM, Fullback, Is 11 L sv Heaviest riayu. City Hall Dropped Three Games to Peerless. The Enst Akion foollmll team Is un doubtedly tuo best teairi that has ecr 'represented Akron. Akron spot Hovers ,llko good football nnd tliey mo liberal In their nttendaucc as Is shown by the crowds nt the East Akron games. Tho team Is a leprcsentatlve Akron team. Its players lmvo played In past 3 cars on the Planet, North End', South End, West End and Buch tcl college teams. A. unique feature nbout tho team Is thai only ono man Is a college player. Ho Is '"Peggy" Eaves, tho old Rueh tcl's center. The other players have learned tho gnino on athletic, Instead of college llelds, and thoy hai e learned It well. Coach Fitch, however, H o collogo man. 'Xho icam has been fortunate- in seeming a good coach and this together with tho first re quisite of a player none have given East Akron a championship team. Six members of tho tenm nro married. They nro: Slmfcr.TMdtz, Colley, Ycr lick, Smith nnd Kenton. Tho nverage weight of tho team Is CS pounds. Tho weight of each of tho players Is as follows: Hayes, loft end .... 1B0 lledur, loft tackle 185 Shafqr, left guard 100 Eaves, center 170 Smith, right guard . liO Ycrrlck. right tncklo 108 Volk, right end .... - (!") Collej', quarter 140 Stephens, left half 1" Diet-, right half Km Ulttncr, fullback ...f. 100 Substitutcs-Hlbbs 171, Kenton 1D0, Elzholtz 170. ANENT McCOY AND JEFFRIES." New York, Nov. 22. Kid McCoy, through his manager, Georgo Grnnt, has wired Jim .toff lies that he will accept tho challengo recently issued by tho bollermakcr for a champion ship battle. McCoy will post $.",000 ns soon ns he hears from Jeffries to bind n match, nnd will ngrco to almost any terms tho .champion cares to impose. ONE MORE VICTIM. Now York, Nov. 22. As n result of injuries lecolved in a football game at Nownik, on Nov. 0, Rudolph Klett, of tho Javier Athletic Club team, Elizabeth, N. J., is dead, llo was in jured internally. IPINYQUOENK'S "22T La Grippe Dr. JOSEPH ENK'S Genulno Dynamized Xtimber Homeopathic 2 I Preparation 'CJP I Cures La Grippe, acute or ehronlo. Peoplo who litivo hud La Qrlppo (mil never felt well slnco should ubo Knit Pro. partition No. si, as It removes tho ehronlo effects of lll-treatcd cases and clears thorn up promptly. PrlcoSBo. In very bad colds, with nchtntt of mus cles, headnchc. and lnflucnm nnd couith No. Gl should bo used In alternation with No. IB. Whcro tho patient Is much debilitated, uso No. D3 In alternation. 70 RemeUlos for 70 SlfToront Disoases Our booklets: " Short lload to Health" and "Trcntlio on Prltata Diseases'' tree, by man or or aruffusis. TOE ENK MEDICINE CO., Union Clty.Ind. Sold in Akron, 0., by John' Lam- Barter & Co., Druggists. 183 S. oward St. of Win. H. Hornum, a member of tho junior class in tho sclentlUc school of Ynto nnd Bradford Ellsworui, n mem ber of tho senior class of tho academic class of tlfo academic doimrtmcnt. Ilanium was hold in bonds of $200 njid Ellsworth In bonds" pf $1,000, but both woro bailed out at once. Tho charge is breach of tho peace, but the pollco say that it may be changed If tho evldcnco wnrrnnts. CITY HALT LOST. In the Howard St. Alley league the Peei less won three straights Krldriy night from Uio City Hall team. Crilo made tho high scores of tho evening. They woro 202 and 200. City Hnll- .T. King 140 Irwin 100 Wilson 152 Russell 107 Duffy 114 Totals Peerless Crlle 200 Vernosky 141 Miller 125 H.King 1(50 Moore 187 Totals 810 TOWER OK STRENGTH ON COR NELL Alf Erowstcr, -the Akrou boy, who plays quarterback on Cornell, and who Is, with the possible exception of Daly, of West Point, the greatest quarterback of tho year, is ono of tho mainstays of tho Cornell eleven. Ills great generalship ami his punting have helped Conioll on many oc casions. A dispatch fiom Cornell, which 'does not refer to Bicwstcr in glowing tenns is somowbnt unusual. Tho latest dispatch from Cornell says that tho Ithaean conches" arc depend ing on Bicwstcr's powerful punting to help them out of any serious posi tion In the Pennsyhunla gamo on ThnnksgUing day. SONS OK ODD EEI AURESTED. Now Haven, Conn., Nov. 22. As n re sult of Investigation by detectives In tho light Thursday night by Yale stu dents and speculators In tickets, for the Ynle-Hurvard football game, war rants were sworn out for tho an est ON RUSH ORDER PEAN. Baltimore, Mil., Nov. 22. It requited just 20 seconds for "Tom" Daly of Brooklyn to put Joe Tipman, the local featherwclght.down and out tonight be fore the Eureka Athletic club. The Rtooklyn boy feinted with bis left and crossed a straight lino to tho Jaw when Tipman showed an oppiillig!. TIpman's seconds brought tho defeated boy to consulousncss In tlireo minutes. They weie to have boxed 20 rounds. SATURDAY, NOV. 22, lOOfc i , ' . , . .-',. , , ',' , , ' Jn liillWiii ' i' 1 150 107 MWK' I 134 ioo n mm - . J 172 18-1 i Wflg - flfl 12 700 740 Xj--:J:V.?u.) :..-;Afi9W iVitoaftSsfclw. r W. riWi W wT ,.'..'::. "fci tf A. s; T': 02 181 ' .at . A - U...., ..!.. v,.J..J..M.I.vv.l1.JJ......Vl.l-.lJ-l...l.i.f-01JjAl.1Ll-i'--''-""'"-''- ...m.................... M ,fB li8 108 , i "MUfSi "M 147 121 ';, "Br ' j 155 1ifi i on the wrapper of the soap that cleans &! Dip the clothes in water and soap well, :1 170 Ti8 . y"r clothes without rubbing or boiling. amh roll up tight and put to soak in lukewarm jl li The soap that saves, hands and fabric. '"JS& water for thirty minutes. Walker's jl 1 J WALKER'S SOAP .1 (j. soap; ,washes your clothes while you .ji? will do the rest. Harmless to the hands, (1 ! ;; rest, It dissolves the dirt quickly, surely, i'MtQ leaves them soft and white. Contains no fl Jl "; and positively without harm. It is a Kmr alkali or poisonous acids so common in 'J I r solvent that removes nothing but the dirt. Wk common soap9. At all grocers. 3 1 CARROEE HAS A BACKER. New York, Nov. 22. .Too Carroll, tho Irishman, who Is now matched to meet Tom Jenkins in a eateh-as-catch-cun. .wrcstlihg mulch for the championship of the wpild at Madison Squnic gar dpn next Tues-day night, has found n backer who Is willing to wager any port of $5,000 upon the Irishman's chances. The Irishman's admirer Is a member of n prominent Irish society of tjils city and does not want bis identity known DIVORCE And Alimony For Mrs. Clara Jordan. Mrs. Clara A. Jordan was granted a divorce from Thomas H. Jordan, by Judge Kohlcr, In Common Pleas court Friday morning, on the grounds of habitual drunkenness nnd non-support. Plaintiff hns a son 21 years of ago, and was a widow when she married Jor dan. Defendant' is also ordered to pay pfalntlff ullmony in the Bum of ?500. CKER S G0.'S OVAL SALE lJ ,! QS 'n irjrm-x tmsxm JKJMW ; mmm Prior to removing to our own .block, 344-6 SOUTH MAIN ST., formerly occupied by the Akron Grocery Co., we must greatly reduce our enormous stock. In order to move this stock quickly we are making SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. HEATSNG AND COOING STOVES-Now is the time you want them; now is the time we offer you great inducements in the way of prices. Gas or coal, large size or small size, and a large variety to select from. ENAMEL WARE-Everything for the kitchen, from a cup to a dish pan. This includes the celebrated imported Strausky ware. TINWARE A full assortment at slaughter prices., 4 .1 it A r Before finally deciding to purchase our new block we had bought a large and varied line of good substantial Toys which would never have been ordered had we known of our removal. THESE TOYS MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE, and.when you see the prices at which we have decided to sell them, theywill move'rapidly. Call at once and make an early selection. We solicit your inspections our entire stbpk and prices, as we are sure we can save you money. 314 Bth Phestes M9 216 and 213 South Main We Give Green and Globe Stamps with Cash Purchases. KPfiJ HiLa HiUiMIHUlTT" m d& w km. $ UsS" S .!bi Jit , 4 H m ' - umimrm