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no:n)AY,siia nocg isLAin) 'ARGU& octoeer 9, 1922.
Im : Sensational Gsimeo jzgsim Triumph 4 THMCcnnnn UIILLOUUIIU 6-6 III A HARD FOUGHT BATTLE flM Canty Invaders Nearly ' : yieek.PnMpMU. la last Few . , Mtaite. : ..-A- Pete Stinchcomb Races 37 Yanis toTouchdown; Sternaman's Toe on Job : . : THE LINEUPS AND SUMMARY ! BEARS Anderson . Scott LT.-.'.' BT HAT GEISMAR. 4 Ii u even a battle of lootbaUnarv.v" '"""'""""" tr- ftat is possible to be play, Rock , ' uj idnd and Galesburg fought out a Larson C . II, tie at Douglas park, Satur- Smith .RG tUf. me gauis ma oue 01 tae ' ktrtest fought affairs ever seen on - the local lot and the winner was always in doubt. The Galesburg tSBch bad the hearts of the Is- ilanders In their mouths In the last few minutes of play when- the Sl eigh boys, deep In Rock Island territory, opened up withy fowtin passes, -any of which if successful Bight-nave won the game. , 'Hie demon ill luck seemed to be eimping still on the Crimson and Cold trail as Captain Hall went on the lnjuied list with a sprained neck received at the start of the .fourth quarter. The Rock Island leader was removed to the hospi tal where examination showed that hfi skull was not injured as first thought. The invaders scored first when Kost, left end on the Siwash ma chine, recovered a fumble of Vlnnr and raced 45 yards-to the locals' 13-yard line. Alvine, nursing a bum -rwrist, was sent Into the affray, but the visitors with the aid of a five- , ysrd penalty crossed the goal after the Islanders had held three time on their one-yard line. They failed . to make the extra point when a " place kick failed. The Islanders came back after this and went after the Galesburg -era relentlessly. Viner plunged through , the line time and time ' again and Anally went over for a touchdown." The Islanders also tailed to get the extra point when 1 drop kick failed. ' Whole Line Stars. , v As usual, the local line was the ;' outstanding feature of the game. The Galesburg team found the Rock Island front wall almost in vulnerable. Captain Hall led the linemen by playing a great game. He made tackle after tackle and do man was safe within 10 yards ' of him. Alvine, who played, al though injured, when the Islander goal was in danger in the first quarter, and when Hall was in jured, was a tower of strength and " a veritable tank on offense. Chambers and Houston both per formed well at ends and Mager , ROCK ISLAND ............. Voss ........... Healey " K&cfc Earps ............. Jones A.. Slater . . . . CI ago, Woenig Conzelman . . . . . . Lauer, Usher donnson, unageiora , . . . '. ...y Gavin blacklock RT. Halas, Hanke : . . . RE . . . J. Sternaman v. . . .. ....... QB .. . D. Sternaman LHB . . Stinchcomb, Lanum . . .RHB. . Boian, LaFleur. Walauist :FBV. . louchdowns Stinchcomb, Gavin. " Points from touchdown Sternaman. ' Goals from field Sternaman. I Officials Elliott, Ottumwa,, referee; Grogan, Knox college coach, umpire; Whitlock, Chicago, head liaesman. Time of quarters 15 minutes! . BT J. L. HTGHES.' Playing -heads-up football from whistle to whistle and out-fighting the Independents most of the time, the Chicago Bears, formerly Sts ieys, danced away with another of those victories oyer the Rock Is land representatives yesterday aft ernoon at Douglas park in a sen-' sational contest The score was 10 to C, and'the Chicago aggregation owes its mar gin of victory to the celebrated toe of Dutch Sternaman, and to the fieetness of foot of Pete Stinch comb, whose reputation on the gridiron extended from coast to coast when he was making touch downs for Ohio State university by out-running the rest of the field. It was Stinchcomb who really gave the Bears their chance for victory and it was Dutch Sterna man who bolstered up the count by booUng two goals from placement, one followed the touchdown and the second materializing from the 30-yard line for three points. Runs 57 Yards to Goal. Stinchcomb tossed . a monkey wrench into the machinery by dash ing 37 yards with less than 10 sec onds to play before the end of the first half for the touchdown that meant defeat to Rock Island. That scared jack rabbit description stands. He didn't sidestep; he out ran the field by following perfect interference to one side and then That seemed to.be the turning point ; for the Independents, and even when Jimmy Conzelman fail ed to score an extra, point by a drop kick, hopes remained high. The? Islanders apparently had the situation solved and seemed good for at least another spectacular march. ' But that's where the guessing went wrong. True, the team did try desperately for the winning marker and came within 15 yards of a second touchdown, in the last five minutes, but the dash that featured the touchdown was gone. The Bears took up where they had left off in the first half, and out-fighting, out-charging, sav ed the day for Chicago. Lauer and Wenig Star. Dutch Lauer. Ohe Vifenig, Jimmy Conzelman and Buck 'Gavin were the outstanding lights in Rock Is land's attack. Lauer's ground-gaining was perhaps the best piece of individual work of the game. Re peatedly he smashed the Mine for substantial gains and showed his versatility by completing numerous passes from the expert hand of Conzelman. Wenig entered the game near the end of the second quarter and shortly began to show that his old cunning in completing forward passes is- still With him. Between him and. Lauer with Con zelman doing the throwing, life was i made miserable for the Bears' uraiis ; FROM ICEVANEE : BY DIG COUNT Swede" To w Hit Befceol Flay SlBf Area Baqr With V . BtOenukcct. "-,.:Vr: -v---.. . . v ; ' , BT C B. KETRTJMK. x ; '(Special to The Argus. j Kewanee, 111., Oct If Coach SennefTs huskies of Moline engage nothing more formidable than Ke wanee in their dash for state cham pionship honors, then they will at tain the coveted title without a struggle. That they will, la a mat ter of fact, but it is hardly possible that they-will encounter another opponent during the present season from whom they will win with such seeming ease and grace as they did from the oranca - and black eleven Saturday. The score was 93 1 to 0, giving the Moliners a total of 185 points to their opponent's 0 in the two games this season as they registered 92 points against Prince ton a week ago Saturday, 474 PAT TO SEE GAME. OtleJal paM attendaaee at yesterday's fool ball gaaae at Douglas park was 4,719,-aaeort. lag t aanaueesaeat by Bast aess Manager Walter Flanhraa . this oraiaa:. Add appraxi aaately eadhaUs," those wfc comprise the tree list, aad the amaer wh saw Um gssar was MO. It Is keUeved that If the day sad dawned fair aad with less of a tlatrle la the air, another thoasaad wonM ham sees added to these igmns. Tie sears received a tee ef $300. BRIGHT LIGHTS IN SUNDAY GAME GEtJESEO HIGH IS BEATEN III HARD CONTEST Show Great Fl?rhtiu Spirit Against' Strong; Spripg Talley Miners Organization. (Special Correspondence.) , Geneseo, Oct. 9. The . Geneseo The lopsided count is a fair rep- high school football team lost its resentation of the brand of foot ball seen on the Kewanee field Sat- abruptly cutting around to the oth-i hackfieW tne remainder- of the er side with all cylinders hitting. It was a . spectacular dash, and played as well as the best in an un-i coming as it did with only seconds familiar tackle position. Collier nmt Into the game with a bad - arm and displayed plenty of fight. However, all of the linemen were JUOU. Viner, with his great plunging, was the star bf the backfieid. Rinck at his best was no better than Viner was Saturday and if Rock Island had another ground gainer like him it would have all games on ice. , Frakes and Kost were big guns for Galesburg and gave the Rock Islanders plenty to think about. Watson also played a pretty game at quarter for the .college city lys. x First Quarter. Galesburg won the toss and elected to receive. It took the left to play, the spell of the old Staley jinx settled down- .on the big Sabbath crowd. The Independents staged a bril liant comeback in the third quarter, getting possession of the ball soon after the kickoff and marching 70 yards to a touchdown. This march of the Islanders to overcome odds brought out the best football shown by them at any stage of the game. It was an irresistible onslaught, line smashes and passes being mix ed to perfect advantage. But the sad part of the whole thing was seeing the team settle back into the rut that characterized their play ing in the first half. With full steam ahead for the Islanders, the Chicago outfit first faltered and 'then seemed to crumple. Halas west goal with a strong wind in" its rushed in numerous reserves in a avor. Reid kicked oft and Rock vain attempt to stem tne aeaaiy island stopped the receiver in his tracks. Galesburg made a first 4own on three plays but could not fain on the next trloand kicked Oyards to Rock Island. Ramser, lOrrting the game at fullback, went .through renter for five yards. Rock Island 'found the Galesburg line saft and made their first flowns with ease. Galesburg stif- advance. The Independents seem ingly made the mistake of expect ing the Bears to stay down in the face of the changing situation. Slater Makes Hole. . The Bears received the kickofT to game. On one occasion Obe accept ed a long pass with two or three bangingito him, bearing him to the ground even before be had tne ball tucked safely in his big paws. Thi3 was in the last quarter, and the play put Rock Island within 15 yards of a winning sajre. Gavin showed well by his line smashing, and Lauer, besides his line drives," f lade two "exceedingly brilliant re urns from kickoff. Pete and Little Joe. Stinchcomb and little Joe Sterna man were really the whole show for the Bears. The younger Sterna man ran the team from quarter back with the precision of t. vet eran, working his star backfieid as if it were a clock, and himself re peatedly sliding through the left of center for gains. Dutch Sterna man's most outstanding bit toward victory wasxontributed by his toe. Rock Island's line played below its standard during the greater part of the game. Too often the Bears' forwards were permitted to seep through and throw Rock Island runners for disheartening losses. Several times Conzelman lost ter- game with Spring Valley, played urday afternoon with nearly one there last Saturday, the final score hundred Moline rooters urging the being 13 to 0. It was a hard fought maroon and white men on to vie-'game and was won by a team of tory. Lester Weinroot, the peppery I greater experience wi.h the icky little cheer leader, was a power In breaks of the game favoring them, the ranks of the rooters fraternity iCoach Bogue was handicapped by for the visitors a lack of material with which to In a word, Moline did all that was keep the men shifted and changed expected of It and not many Ke- jn substitutions to have- kept the wanee fans were surprised by the team a9 fresn an agg'essive as outcome. That the excessive possible. j weight of the Moliners, averaging. Geneseo made almost as great ! between 10 and 15 points more to gains in total yardage as Spring the man, would be an important galley ai less than 40 vards difter factor in favor of the visitors, was ence existed in the totals. The coal certain. And so It proved. The pg- miners made nine first downs while erful attack of such sturdy backfieid Geneseo could maie the required men as Captain Schmidt, TWine yardage but five times. Fumblps, and Carlson was irresistable and two penalties for offside play by the diminutive quarterback, Simp- Geneseo and incompleted passes son, completed a mighty classy were especially Mostly to the home "Four of a Kind", for any man's team. In spite of these conditions team. As for the other seven men, the Geneseo punts on an average they presented a stone-wall defense exceeded those of Spring Valley by that was impenetrable, besides pre- nearly five yards, llackett iss'aow senting a brand of speed and dash ing steady improvement in this de that completely dazzled the home partment of the game, team. I Spring Valley has a strong for- TTagered on SO Points. ward line and speedy backfieid men, Moline backers, who are inclined especially R. Nesti, who plays left to lay a little dough on their favor- halfback. He is undoubtedly the ites, -shoved tabout 500 bucks in most valuable player on the team front of the Kewanee fans, willing Geneseo's line still shows a decided to lay it that Moline would win by weakness .with the ends requiring at least 50- points. There were no more attention.'. takers, so it was evident from the The first half ended with the start that Kewanee respected the score 3 to 0, Spring Valley scoring gigantic machine from the - river : on a drop kick. A touchdovn with town. , -- ,i ' f .vLgual - following and another goal With 14 touchdowns, comprising from tho field on placement, kick a total of 84 points, and nine addi- finished the scoring. It was a well tional points for goals from touch- contested game and, defeat at the downs, a detailed story of the game hands of the coal miners is not a would be about as listless a yarn disgrace to the team with so much as is conceivable. Toline penetrat- Bew material in its ranks as on ed the Kewanee goal for the first finds in tDe Geneseo lineup. The time Just three minutes after the Eame was witnessed by a large and opening of the game when the ball enthusiastic crowd, was advanced to the five-yard line Spring Valley "Johnstone, re; on straight football and shoved over Swansor (C), rt; Beechman, rg; on line bucks. Thereafter, Tolines Eschenbaum, c; J. Doyle, lg; J. huge form was frequently seen Nest'. 11 : Sorry, le: Franckey, qb; playing through the light Kswanee Boni?lcci' rnb; R- Nesti' lnb: Deck" line-for consistent gains. Ieru Confronted with tremendous1 - Geneseo Gustafson, re; Coun odds, the Kewaneeans gave a very .try?an,,.rt; Shafer, rg; Atwood (C), favorable account of themselves ?: Fa'rh?' As; verJ'l.lt' sPece. and reflected credit upon the fine ?e: . "a,etti. ?b; Schu"t' rhb: i - Ml -.1 PH PETE STFXCHCOMB (Bears) -DrTfFn LArER (Rork Island) -Pete Sllnrhromb, all-American halfback from Ohio State university, was the deciding factor for the Bears by rnn i:inf 87 yards for a touchdown with only seconds left to play In the first half. Harold ("Dutch") Laner prated his class under fire by his consist ent ground gaining for the In dependents. Xear the end of the game "Dutch was removed In an exhausted condition. , i The Game, Play by Play D! 3 G AL'ES 0? SEASON OER lawa Jsanacys tat New Harca tc Meet Tab Big- Tea Team .:V ,;lMV..,. (NOTE: Ritrht and left directions describing attack in the running ac count of the eame are considered ae from behind the line of acrimmara. For example: Through left tnkle means the left tackle of the team oo offensive) . FIRST Ol ARTER. Carver kicked off for the Bears Chicago, Oct. t. Two game .41-1 ractly affecting the champlonshJr race In the "Big Ten" and i th1a-j tersecttonal battle betwve , lottfc and Tale are coning vents out-j standing In Western Confereaica football next Saturday, Chicago, and Northwestern clash on Stagn Field for their first Tegular confer j ence game while Minnesota meets! Indiana at Indianapolis. . Illinois, the only Big Tea gation idle last Saturday, plays Bat J ter at Frhana as a xnrtaln-ralsarl for the TJlint entry lr the confer-! mrrrm rlinniirnnll Oct. 21. When! I Illinois meets Iowa, champions ofl 121. It will be the arst conference same for both elevens. Last Saturday's battles With! teams outside the conference de-! veloped several important factors incident to the chase for Big Ten title honors. Each of .the nine teams demonstrated defensive! strength bv holding opponent scoreless' while oiling up a totatofi 224 noints of their own. Four of the Big Ten combatants came through with victories resid ed as specially significant oti the future. These were Chicago, Mica, igan. Wisconsin and Iowa, all will' nine- decisively. Iowa's 61 to 0 run-away over Knox, of Galesburg, 111.: Michigan's 48 to 0 victory over case; the 41 to 0 beating handed, to Carleton by Wisconsin, and the Maroons' 20 to 0 defeat of Georgia, were the result of strikingly simi lar offensive tactics line-smashlnri attacks. Minnesota's 22 to 0 victory to out OJ nf T-nnm at rfvi t ft.lf far th l Bean. Lauer hit left tackle for three North Dakota raised hopes in the ) xarus. siater took down the left Mae oi Gopher camp, while the 17 to 0 de 13! L?"."!? ."S'feat of Beloit by Northwestern In battle with the Maroons. Indiana, preparing for the Mln nesota game, had to be content with! a scoreless tie with DePauw. while! l. Mernaman wa alopsea lor no earn or Ohio State. Which meets Oberlin T, i r on the Bears' 44 yard line. Conzelman hit i next Saturday came with a narrowj Corielman steDDed throush right guard for four jarda. A Victory OI to U, OVer UWO We&H ' . was locompirie. unurunan paaaeu 1 levao. naiqui re- D iv. . in i. n .i... -1 nliKwl twi Flpur at fullback for the Beara. x u.uuc w.u. "-"JS tauer hit rifht tackle for four -yards. I over Milllkin, meets Notre Dame, touchdown. Conzelman's try for goal j by a dropkick was wide of tho posts. Score: Bears. T: Bock Island, 0. Ifealey kicked off to SUochcomb, who f Hwk lal . -7-vprfi line r" uaua. lu nus Grt-jnm nuc. and Jim returned the ball to the 45-yard "enr was good for three yards at center line. GaTin made two through center. Lauer tailed to gain around Conzelman caused to Johnwn for Ei for first down. C knnn.4. tnr . wur ,3111 I .fttZ n- (ailed to gain on a cross bu.-k around "J tor seven yard- riarht end. D. Storriaman intfrceptcd yai-d line D Sternaman iailed to eain. L""" n 'aU through the other I winners OVerSt Louis by a 26 tO 0 M,r...,rt. "left taokUi. Stinchcomb tuaue' . On the next play Gavin sror- ....1l. tl.rMiiu-h tie Kme side. . J. ii'ir- unu i.wp n?J.wcu iuiu Sternaman wont thrown center for three Hears on their 25-yard Une. St.ndw6mb yards. D. Sternaman made five around fip" Sternaman hit rwht right end. D. Sternaman made live around tackle for four yards. SUnchcsmb no gain around right end. Conzelman re- '1WJ around lelt end for seven yards. 1. eeived Bolan s punt on his lS-vard line and Stemamsn Jiade a yard at center as Ume ran it ba.-k to the 41) yard line. Johnson "" r ibe Quarter. The ball was hit off left tackle for four yard,. Johnson ln . B"u'5 possessios oo their own 42- added two throosh the same side Two anl "ne ,-. pasws to Voss were incomplete and Con. fumm iakikb. jelman puntid to J. Sternaman on the , ? Sternaman made sut yards at riirht Bears' 25-yard line. Erps tackled J. Ster- tkle. Healey stopped D. Sternaman for naman for a loss of oue yard. Slater faln " " attempted repeat. Wal- ta.:kled. Bolan after a gain of two yanls. , , '" - iwTonj nno. uiuKimin lost nnj yards in an attempt around right end. Innze.man made two yards through cen ter. Conzelman lost two yards around right end. Conzelman punted to Stinch- AUG1E BEATEN BY 27-0 SCORE S1 IM 4 Fairfield, Iowa, Oct. 9. Augns-j tana college suffered its second de feat of the season here Saturday. 0rr-e'm?n !" two .r?"?9 2rund i succumbine to the terrific attack of riKin trim. lAinzeinian puniea to suncn- , . . . , comb on Bock island s 40 yard line. Voss strong Parsons college eleven crashed into Stinchcomb. causing the ball , to the tune Of 27 to 0. At HO time to ooumj lnlo the waiting arms of J-' durum the 40 minutes of play did stinrhrmb tneni scoring, 30- yards being the closest S'mer and made a yard. SUmheorab lost which Swedberg'fl men came lO the opposing goal. Bolan pud ted out oi boundft on the itears' 44-yard line. Johnson was ftopprd lor no train. Lauer hit the 1ft t nide for five yards. A short pass was iiit-omp.fU1. Con leiniaii'ft attempted drop Iron, midfield went to one side and ht hind lite line. It was the Bears' ball 'on tht-ir 2i)-yard lirie. Stinchcomb made three, iiola.ii hit center for two yards. Johnson recti vt-u stinch- ;r? wno. " 10 nocK. Js,na the Augustana haTe a chance Of comb' punt on the Bears 40-yard Une. l-rard line. J. Sternaman went out of ; 5 .1 - liZ Conzelman Jost 10 yards on & run ..round u soJ ,ara giU n. loft Ti Cldrnimin L- niu.!;wl 4lnun na. from Conaelman. D. Sternaman in- ,wrt srds wnen Wcnig tacklcl him. terfercd with ohnM5n rtccirirs ii unl nrnrir nf rn,i.h wVofr i Smith, lhb i Ellingsworth, fb. whn , ,r.i trT' Substitutions Geneseo HumheTt Z c ;Cv.,h in for Sharer. Charry for Lavery, Du Sternaman went back to the 30-fard line k . , n'ir iBinA n Ttn ...' an a"! booted a goal from' placement. J. yard line for first down, torn made one TTn TV srore: wars. , Jonnaon was thrown ' , : , r ' 7 ' oiat-hioca HicKea on 10 nnagvlnra on! Clean play-and good sportsman ship marked the play throughout Not once was there a bit of un- start the second half, but after in-! ritorr on delayed plays because op effectual efforts to make yardage, punted to Conzelman on Rock Is land's 30-yard line. Captain Jim fened and Whitfield was forced to reeled off six yards on the return Wet The Siwashers' could notpsnd from this point the inarch to lain and booted the pigskin 45 j goal began. Four passes from Con Jards on fourth down. Viner. now zelman, two to Wenig and two to at fun for Rock Island, fumbled a Lauer, covered 38 yards. In be had pass from center and Kost of ! t ween Gavin, Lauer, Bridgeford and Galesburg recovered, going to theiConzelman carried the ball! for Islanders' 13-yard line. . Alvine 1 enough distance to put the Island as offside snii thA local were I era within 14 yards of goal. On Penalized five yards. Halfer went the play that scored the crowd was posing tacklers were upon him be fore he had a chance. Only dur throush rieht giurd. ! .,, i. ., v. ... '..,!...! oiat-hioca HicKea on in nnagvlora on' u: i u t - '" "t """ .-'"-Rnck.IlI1n,v. n. n-.l. i SUOI IDIIiaUHUlU BUUWU, ua U1C : n? "J. " ?"L''.r .pl"! cied to tne Tefi rtde of he SiVd".; thV I clean manner In which the ath 1 BEEiiiii. J . otniiauiiui uiwit.r;uuu m uitgi ..... - " . . . .m 1. r v- . .. r r- ..... t t 1 , nail tfTAaupr. and Laner cu-eumnavir atvl ! itattqa nf hnth t&iimm nlavpd brouirDLS 1908 when it was a serious eon- D . ShafeV Vo'Fairlie "burack ' for tne end if the Quarter.' Bock Wand, "'f rtjrtb "J 10 a"i ,ine- ' commendable remarks from every 1 tenaer ior nrst nonors m me state, ,M . , , ' 1 0; Bears, u. . r i , 1 wr,,t "IUUI,uinno nf tht rno nptatnrs ButCour . . ' for liiisrafcirin Anrlprnn fnr snpnrp nrnt end for 12 va.rda hs-mrr nrH Ant one in ine ow sue c2Lui a. omtuur won tnat year by East Aurora. At o r " - V . " i ' " . 1 t 1 J ! second qi artkr. k JL "i6 i,h,la.med'd the Humbert, Humbert for Cherry, An hflTlt" Chaa?e m derson for Smith. LUC iiucuyt tLwyiug luc Bauie CIC1CU men in the game throughout the ver for the touchdown. Viner took th kickoff back IB yards and made even more on a plunge. He made thrilled to see Slater take out the entire -left side of the Bears' line and Buck Gavin crash . headlong J aeore more after Reid and KoneTthrough the opening, bowl over the secondary defense ana somersauii. over tbs line. V 4 made eight yards, Second Quarter. Rock Island was mad and play ag desDeratelv. Konn .recovered 'hat seemed to be an onside kick! the Galesburg 20-yard' line, but us referee penalized the Island J1 15 yards instead. Galesburg loud nothing but a wall, and licked. The Crimson lost the ball J downs and then blocked a Galttburg punt. Rock Island re jeered and marched down the Wd for a touchdown, Viner mak ft the final gain. They missed a "op-kick for goal as the half dosed. ' ' ; Thirl Quayter. V The second halt was a (battle 'th things about even. , Both 'wms tried the forward pass game &en it seemed that they ceroid do SOthine thrnnirlii sarh other's line. ck Island got within scoring dis- rce when they recovered uaies ?r fumble on the Siwash 13-yard " The Islanders could not jake the gain and Anderson with Jw hum ankle, went in to drop- The boot was Just a little Me. In the fourth quarter Galesbnrg nt into Island territory on two o&g Daises and tried the aerial feme to the general discomfort of e rans. ' The lineups:' Rock Island Houston, fe: tl- J"". rt; Ash, rg; Clark, c; Had lg; Hall, It; Chambers, le; "Wtfleld, ob; Reid, rh; G. Kons, : Ramser, fb. -Galesburg Kost le: Diets. It; jakes, lg; c. Johnson, c; Schmidt, Swarts, rt; Hurft, re; Warson, Ji- Halfer, lh; Sanburg, rt; gan, fb. Bubstltutlom; Rock Island VI BSr fnr T?'.nt .. Alvln.) fnr Hftd. nan. THE GAME IN A NUTSHELL ing that march of 70 yards to a ' fur periods. They assumed a de-l, toucnaown am tne kock lsiana line ; ibubi'b uuiae trom Beginning io-t show its superiority and this was ! end, their principal idea being to because every last man was charg- noia tne score aown, rather than to ing and fighting like mad. ; pile it up. Pass Defense 0. K. With the Moline huskies continu- Rock Island's defense for passes , inB t0 Put UD tne brand of football worked well. Early in the game ! lnal tney snowea tne Kewanee fans the Bears fousd the aerial game to j Saturday, there is little doubt but tney win come up to ine Thanks giving date with as creditable a record as any high school team, in the state. i The lineUp: . MOLINE 93. KEWANEE 0. Guckert lg; Palmer Erickkm It,..?. Rysn Freeman lg Lappin Ardahl c Griggs Axene rg Carney Sundeen rt Miller Carlmark ......re Kirman CASUALTY their disadvantage. The Walquist to Halas Combination completed only one. and this for 11 yards. Several others were tried, but each time blocked or knocked down. At this .phase of the game the Island erg stood head and shoulders above the Chicago contingent Glossary RK (Returning Kickoff s) j RP (Returning Punts); LS (Line Smashes); KR (Cad Runs); FP (Forward Passes); LG fHot Ground): TOT (Totals). -mr vatravn HIT M 31 20 0 0 0 ROCK 1SLAXD ... RK Conzelman yt.....S& GTin Laner 70 Johnson Wen! - Bridgeford 0 LS IE FP LG TOT 20 25 0 3 71 85 0 0 28 16 21 7 142 0 19 7 m 9 0 41 0 41 4 0 0 0 4 i 77 11 SI SO 805 RP LS ER FP LG TOT 0 29 5 0 5 49 0 22 62 0 2 92 21 27 9 6 1 5 0 10 0 0 - A 10 0 1. 0 4 0 --O H 0 11 0 12 0 3 9 0 4 0 0 0x4 11 9 228 Grand Totals ... 105 CHICAGO BEARS RK . Memaman H StlachMmb 2 jf. SterwuaM Blaa v Wslqulsl) Halas La Fnr Lanum Grand Totals .......... IV 21 107 93 First owis Rodrlslnn. ; Bears, 10, " Passes iursmplrte Rw Island, 8; Bears, 3. Passes latercepted By Rock Island, 0; by Bears, 3. Panto Roek lsUnd, 4; Bears, ft. . PenalOs UUk Island twn for 20 ynrts total; Bears tws for ward for O. Ko; -N. . Konn for Clark; Crompton for Ekhotm; An-4 derson for ksju; Amne ior nan; G Kone for Anderson: Ramser fnr Woodward! Outlier for Crompton. GaUesburg.- W Johnson for Swarts; Wlnttft tor R. John- bimpson qb Swain Toline rhb.... Von Tobel Carlson lhb Taliferro Schmidt :.fb Nelson Substitutions: Homer for Erick-. son, Carlson for Toline, Freeman for Sundeen, Erickson for Azene. Touchdowns Toline 4. Simoson 3, Schmidt 6, Carlson 1. Goals from touchdown: Toline 9.- - Rerefee: Temple. Galesbnrcr. Urn- pire, Keith, Galesburg. Head lines man, Duchinsky. Timers; Connery, rwewauee: uemi. MOUne. Time of periods, 15 minutes. STEELING HIGH BEATS RQCHELLE Sterling, ni, Oct 9. Rochelle was able to count a win over the Sterling high school football team Saturday at Rochelle by kicking a aropkicK aner a touchdown, which was secured when a Rochelle man intercepted a local forward pass and raced to the goal line. Ster ling made a touchdown by pound ing holes through the Rochelle line, but failed to kick goaL The score was 7 to 6. It was Sterling s first game. , Rock Falls lost to Lyons, la, 18 to 0. The locals tired toward the end of the game and sensational Head Linesman Frew of Grinnell Punts averace Rock Island 33 yards; Galesburg, 35 yards. Penalties Rock Island. 40 yards) Galesbnrg. 20 yards.--' , First downs Rock Island. 7:1 Galesburg. 7. I Approximately J.000,009 births Touchdowns 'Rock Island, Vi- occur la tho TJnlted Slates annu- nlavinaT hv thm Iowa. Imtoi srnriMt 1 IWHUiUVWlW) nf hnnrwl. C.r. ...i ., . ' nAnglti.g n.-r Infliptmt llnrlnff' triA Bridreford repiaerd JonnMn at risht .hrnnrh 'nfr iv.im,. it ! .i , .i t.. halfback. D. Sternaman as downed lor , C 7T..J ' 8aIU':, ." i m...B y loss of thrpsf yards by S:aUr. Stmihtoinb iurr made three yards thronsh left ' sons and one on the Augie war- made etfht yards on a wi.le end run ta.tkle. J. Su-rnaman nicked un the hU 1 riors. ' All of these were for 3-J -lg around njni enu. ton.man ujok j. on aa apbarently incomplete pass and ran Offside, with the exception Of One Sternaman. punt on Ko.k isi..,. . Kl,,k lo thc b,.,,,.,. lh m , stinch- , card Denllitv on Parsf.ns for the yard line Conzelman went around risht mn,D marie two yards. J. Sternaman made 1 "y.Puiy -V. t.- rim ior i-i jafiii. u.iH-r ioh nevn Jiinia thrP thrOUTh center but nn the niav UBIUJ5 Ul uauu uuchouc varivu aiuwa, Every form of attack known ln football play was used by tne fan- center for six yards and liM down on Eears' Sti-yard line. Couaelnian. lOftt a yard through left tackle. Gavin s!id off field representatives, and all pro -S i duced gratifying results to the l'ar- 3 hen three Bears Croue Ihronch on an ivar, ,.ht hnu; ...h . ;.,Ja end run. Coalman ran the ball 11 yards iS yard9. w.lqulst and Stinchcomb made around left end. tonzclman pllcd throiiKh rard in ,hree tliM at the line and va!quisit punted to .. Conselman on the Bcarft' ,18-yard line. A pass was incom- nl(:tP. rnnUllAn Inl 1M wnrAm n k. n right tackle for three yard-.- Lauer male ,he Bear, linemen seeped throuitU on a 1 vnrjiis u.rt 1 1 rx i lpft snil.. I iinwlmun u; i ri. ... attempted drop kick . blocked and n Uu- iilr,' 40 ,ard line tthe? P Sd the aerial attack lO great ad Bears received the ball on their own lh- substituted for Laner. D. Sternaman made 1 vantage, completing pass after pass ttZZ-.mZrZJ: IZZ? 'ZZi l-J, .V? ,u' ntr- 8tin,-n: for substantial gains. The open tackle. J. Sternaman made down, through "nd I lefTeSd fo, 'tw, yardT Tste" i fie!d and line Plunging, Of tm and D. I iue pmjreni yixMti center. WaJquis. renia.-eti hoi an .vt fait back for ttie Bears. Stmch'omb Hhook off eeveral tacKltrd ior a cam of "eig-ht ynirt Walquist pasned to Halas for a giitn of J 1 yards. Ean blot'kcd a ias. WHttiuist gained a yard on a take pas. Hulas fumbled a pan from Waiquit after hav ing1 the bail in his arm. t,:inr rti-eivpti the punt and ran out of bounds ou Rock Island's 35-yarJ line after a rctlin. of -') yards. Wraig- weut in at r?ht cud for Rock Inland. Lauer hit crnU-r for three yards. Gavin hit center for three yard. Conzeimaaa paw? fell to the ffrouud ia uncovered territory. Stinchcomb made a fair catn of t'onaoima-ns punt on tlie Bears' 30 -yard line and Hock la I and was penalised 13 yards from that point ior al leged interference with the calch. J. m an wm gton oed f or St-m a man made a y;mi a7 time waltO watch, even tO a few AugUSlUia j 1 " 01, rme- followers wbo accompanied ttteiri DAVENPORT HI IS TROUNCED "utthinklng and outplaying the Sternaman slipped throush center for four Ilavpnnort hizh srlinrl ?riddnrt in yards. Gavin knocked down a pas from ,i n.narim.n,, nt , , Walauist. 1. Sternaman enueezed thnjuuh a" oepartnients or Ine game, tne center and ran to Rock Island s 40 yard FCrappy ( olumbUS Junction aggre- Une. stinhcoaib hit rijht tackle for three gntion handed the locals their first yards, stinchcomb followed peric-t in- defeat of the season bv a 19 to 9 terfercnee through left tackle and then - ., , ba! to the nsht side of the field under measure., The first half was all ln full steam and outran the entire Hock f.ivor of the downstate team, while island team 37 yards for a touchdown, i). (iuring the last sessions the locals Sternaman kicked from placement for an . , . ., . , tra point. Bears. 7: RoVk island, o. tightened and offered the Columbus Lauer received the ball from Brldce- Junction crew a hard battle. ford on the kickoff and ran to Ro.-k le- DAVENPORT. C. JUNCTION. Janus ii-yaru .iik-. i uu was ut w WaMvnlrol FL0TD HALL. Captain Floyd Hall ofthe Rock play. Score : Eea rs. Rvk Island. 0. THIRD Qt ARTEK. Wienchel Olney Healey kickei oft lor Kock Inland to D. I r - Buhn who ran the nail r-ack to the'. ... aierosmafi, wuo ran mc iw kv inc p. ... 14-yard line. 1-a Fleur hit center for Ave 1 yards. Lanum made four ihraiieh -enter. I ICnglebart . I J. Sternaman sijuirmed throujrh center for Herzherg Island high school football team is' lor four yar!s R,.k lB.i Phelps . ... in St. Anthony's hospital suffering land was onvide on the play and Bears i RcksraniT . . from a badly twisted neck received accepted the penalty of tire yards. La McKeever . in Saturday's game against Gales- j "L'""-! VilrTJZ two , d. r.SmV Dnrg. rear iuai xiau s auii s i nr. Slater tack icq u. sternaman aftsx inlnrnrl h( hwn - rlifisinafpd bv ! rain of one yaM. La F'.eur punted to X-nv oTnmlnatinTi -He will not he Conzelman on Rnck Island s ."O yard line -ray examination, tie wiu not pe . b ., returned six r ..,.. able to rejoin the team fterore tn hi, tack c for no rain. Rndecford made frame With Moline. Oct. 28. ' four lhronirh center. Bears were o!f-io i- . .. ' - ; on the pla7. Conzc'mfin passed to Wenie . m . --. . . i for sue yams. Another d&sn. Crnizpliti.ii to Wrnlj. brought thc n.V.I to -ars' SH- ..R E... .R T... ..R C.'.: ...C... . .L E... ..IT... . .L G . . ..L H.. ..R H. . ..r b... .q n... team. The line or the ratrfleld team was impregnable. Again and1 again the Augustana runners would bit the opposing lipe and equally as many times would they find a stone wall defense. The fact that Augustana carried the pigskin, for first down but four tirrfes during the melee, while the Parsons eleven made a total of 13 first downs. shows the difference in the two teams. -, Augustana is offering no alibis. The Augie players played one of the cfeane8t games that any Blue and Gold athletic representation ever played, and equally as hard. They were simply outclassed. . ; Bendle and Johnson Star. .-r N The work of Bendle in the baok field and Johnson at center stood out most prominently for Augie. although this is said with no re flection of any of the other mem bers of the Augie- team, for lacy were all in th"re rtivrng everything they had. Bendle mnde most rf t!.o gains for, his team, ami Jrnn -. j 1A TTTA TsXn?X A TO urui v a iJW x as j TE3KU.WA HIGH L. . UOrr ... Duncan .. Harraan Kerr Dean ... Philips-play, both on the .lefr.n . ... M. Orr fense, was more than grr. . Hanft Linenp and .lf, . . Woodruff Augustana Wilson, k .. Overholtjlt; O. Peterson, lg: ir. Boilinback i Beausang, rg; C. La','. Substitutions .Davenport: Ras-i dreen, re: Erickson o,): child. Raker, Hill, White Norr!-jfb; Heider, rhb; BpTif'lc, trotn. " - , ft PitJuM Laitaon. ! ; IBeanchamp. rs; - H-";h. "-dniYOTTrrn. R"T!l?.nKT ' lie: Msasdan.'lt; 8;-an ric ii, ,tiiiaii, i HI I'll) (Special to The Argus.) ' p-Vw. c-'to Srat'dowau "a pass Oalva, 111., Oft. 9. The GaJVA xtas incomplete. Laner went aj&und left passed to repuKed TiSkilwa, 36 to 0. 'Galva mests Ke- ed'for a yard and first down. Stinchcomb G&JUtei XHIKX w,aaV. ; pheason. riib. : ; yard Ija?- Rock T-as oa i' marrh i ' pC1Bl tr TSe Argus.) i WiKMinucTls. AUKti' I -n . to a touchdr.wn. Gcnxettun n.inneit off i Sterling, 111., Oct.-9.-Voang Sc-isoa for Df.ausang. Suectnsn ffrr rirh sraard 1-.:r two yards. Con:ma!i ' rnnl Inr-al rrasffn. hn. ot.il U,-sen Pntm for f!. Tjsnton. ' from a long tour with athletic shows and fairs.- He has made a fine showing during the last sum mer months and Is sow looking for matches for this winter. ..Ha to a high school football team defeated Tafti. Conieimaa TiSkilwa. 36 tO 0. Galva meSiS Ke- ed for . yard and first down, f wUGalyt. nTt SatardajV. wahMttwweaUsAti sons -Horton for North, DeKail Meyer, Huddleson for .Sulliv," Balderson for Jordan. WUlson f.. Hicks. , Toach downs Jordan I, Bice. I. Place kick Posiwhajyt JL i