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PLOvjGinriv ndTREfiiiiin TK-IU ANOTHER TIGER WINS HONORS -11 leewal BADLY III I: Another, Contest, But On Tlieir Oivn Resource OFNEWIW FDCEXTFOE .,' . . C : ! 1 . . . . , ..iJ.--.--A-- .-' i'-J. - 1 ! . i- : : : ... 1 .... Flaa Sam Fans af Attack at Twd . ; Acsiast BtwttefftMt Xellac aa4 DaTesaert Prlaeea. BY 3AT GEI8MAR. VWith propcU of the hardest ' game , of tha season -approaching. Hack Inland football huskies last nifht spent two and a hull hours In what was classed as "a real prat tle" for the coanbal with ColchsJ- Ur on Friday or Saturday. The Rocs' Islanders are determined to be in -the best ot shape tor this j :: T.I JfmtantL ' - wtth him at the helm, and Is fen i th.n.ir ittdiMrndeiitataral made t appear, that the team - - - . w 1. MHjAtllr NimhI Frtr tMlfl tMT 1 lu All of the players . returned to Rock Island with ttte exception of Jim Conielman. It is understood can line up another game oat town that offers the proper remun eration, chances are the playen will try it on their own resource. De i . ... -. . ? i pin fa gain Oat Fan to Obtain I ! SeaUaeatpMar Cenaider MJs . slsslppi LcacsA ' -. . ..innmant. T-olrr.av Hisirlnua that that Jim will .Star it w a. Flaniean Is throneb m man-', receiTina a telegram from Flanlga i that Jim will .stay in Clcago after ager. t'lans last nigm were xor dto 10 me euwi iuv u " or six men of influence to -put up blown up. . The adverse sentiment the npcessary financial backing and ' of the players strikes Conzelman as assume control ot the team. This . well as Flanigan, it is said. Follow would go for next year, too, it 's j ing tne game feunaay, cnarges were i ... 1 1 ' - made oDenlv that his Door head- Ttnnstpra fnr the team are devis- work at quarterback was the real ing a means of paying the playera i cause of the Isianders' failure to for their game Sunday at Chicago I come through with a .victory over The guarantee received for that j the Bears. This led to bitter feel game was not more than enough toj ings all around and forecasted tho make up the deficit of the Dayton j blow up. contest anJ cover the expenses of( There is only one remedy if we ! iook at tne luiute. ii notit isiu t ho trip to Chicago. : game, as toe great record oi me small' town boys brands the min ing town team as one of the strong est in the state. The Colchester crew will prooa bly be one of the heaviest that has . facod the Inlanders ' yet this sea .soB. The town members are re- nnrtorl tn Ka nilnn wnritAl'R durllll? : ih atimmop mfnt!ii antl thn huski-1 . u ,.. i,,h h n- Lroo tnnthau team mnnra financial ! rate and'club officers are elected ness of the sqaad can be imagmeJ. j fiuences "witliin th team.- In albacking must be given. This can be Already Bloomington has signed a . T1i fVimxon aeerecation lias a i .,o,a ofiornonn thn : tlnna nnlv t!ui i erouD of men pilot. Rockford, Decatur and Peo- hard game scheduled on Thanks- j pavers "Voiced their dissatisfaction j with the inclination and the money giviug against LaSatle-Peru. It is ; wth tbe veteran foss.-declared thfy band together to see the team i hoped that the Loienester auair ; voa-1(i uot. piay any more gamus through fair Weather and loin. m'lii. near nn :i nriittit? i,;iilii arm ' oat in : r- Fianigin's fall as manager is said j is -to continue putting out a first While Moltne ia still within the grasp of football, and hoping for a victory overv Davenport, the .rival of many years, on Turkey; day. dla enssions are also Current relative rto whether Moline will have a base ball team next year, or not" , Interspersing . the gridiron . en- rthaslasm are Queries concerning the status of Moline in the basebaU world, the future of the sport in the organized circle in the . Plow City, and whether or not the Mo liners are down and out,-or an out cast in the national pastime. , The time is approaching when j managers begin signing talent for the coming season, when plans are made lor the next championship 1 JAKE SCHAEFER DETHRONED BY tnrr r ip rmnnr Wizard of 18 2 Game , Cops Title for 16th Time. Cor al i that all of the men come first class shape. ' , The ; locals- will play the same style of football ' as employe I Egainet Burlington. If the Colches ter squad is heavy, they naturally will be .ifairly slow, and this stylo of open giyna will be valuable. The Islanders are better suited to this style of iittack, although , Viner It one of the best when it comes to line snuiBhing. ' Speaking of line smashing re calls that a slam-bang form of ai .tJLf'k had hepn nlannprl fnr thptonm nt ho ra of th nuwn hv rn:i'-fkl '.NCW, York, . N3V. Kimmel. Vith Captain Hall and '"oppeTis again the 18.2 balk-line more closely. knit as an organiza March at ends and Viner and Rin :k ' billiard champion; , He regained tion than ifnas ever been before. carrying the ball, this form of et- the title last night in the final i This statement is made as a re-tack- would probably have bee u 'match "of jjie international - .18.2 suit of a thorough canvass of the highly sucoessf ul. ' ' ! ljalk"line tournament,, defeating situation that has existed between Thp hiirh mpritor hail nlanna.l to 'Jake Scbaefer, title-holder, ' 500 to Harvard and Princeton under the ins r uot his quarterback to . pick out a aaik pint in the opposing line and. smash away at it for ail the team was worth. While the Is ( landers were plunging at the vital ' point it was planned to shift the Hock Island line, around so as not ria are considering applications from players who want to be man- hmu V. IThere Material Will Tome fw , Place to Fill. H Princeton for the first time in 11 years, has performed the glorious feat of defeating both Har vard and Yale. Here is shown a Tieer thrust at the Blue goal in Saturday's game. Perfect interference agers. Danville, has had a thorough b prmceton made this forward pass successful. t. . a.I .n , 1 n rr U a a in njl n Ilia . New York, N. Y., Nov. 22. There twill be no break in football rela- tions between Harvard and Prince j ton. The classic Big Three, of 'eastern intercollegiate sport, will 22. Willie remain intact, will be stronger and housecleanine. Here in Moline things have been at a standstill. Fans do not know what the situa tion is and neither ddthe directors of the club. ' ; Some fans dread the thought that Molina mav have seen its last j league ball for some year. Others are inainereni. Many want, me game but scout the thought that enough fans in the city are inter ested to such an extent as to dig into the family purse , towards financing the club. Most all agree that a' class B ball club can not ex ist without financial assistance from an outs'ide source. ' The enthusiasm of Warren Giles, president of the 'Moline Fans' as sociation. Beder Wood, vice presi dent, and Elmer Lethin, secretary, has dwindled to a blue flame.' "It 283.- , j surface ever since the football He won last night in the 12th game of 1920. It remained sub inning, witjp1 an unfinished run of merged, so far as anything' of offi- 10b. . : . ' cial,.. or semi-official, nature was drop from the 17-yard line. V Developments in Football World in Next Week Is Question; Fields Are All Full Of SerioUS Action j fore said day and may appear on tha hoQinnir ann maim f ndlf flaTt BT WALTER CAMP. 1 worrying about a slow line and (Copyright, 1922, by The Argus.) ver tne aimcuuy ot geiung v.ar . 7 , ' nr...... in chet into shape. Westpoint has to ew larK- "ay- makeup for the power of the Navy be the happenings of the next week Hne Dy increasing the sharp drive or 10 days in the football world? of the Army backs. Folwell also That is the question that today is wants more consistency in bis kick agitating enthusiasts all over the ing department and Major Daly country. would like an extra tackle to stand Iowa, Michigan and Chicago in the pounding his wings are sure to the middle west, all are coming receive. . a n ' . . i . i . i t i i j.i. . . , 9 ,.. aions TVeil. DO. lira, are vauuer-: xaie aau narvara nave uie juu Giles and Wood "I do not thnk ! W-t in the south and California on of ' getting the morale of defeated; Moline people care enough about, Paclflt : coast L Con, raised again to Ughting savs I-ethin. v "Thirtv-tive naid '"5 al lne wvuniw i.-u, c- yivcu. st t Tie BT J0n?i B. FOSTER, (Copyright, 1922, by Th Arru.1 New York, N. Y, Nov. ttk certain that the infield of th Louis National league clab wilf fc reconstructed for the season. 1923. How Manager Branck aik, i will reconstruct it and wbsrakV will get the material from whie.iL build anew is today eitremaiy.gj ! certain. Rickey, however, tkitt ! he can put together an iaJty - material, some of which he k s already tried, and still keep tin Cardinals contenders for the ; nant But he realizes that It the ; latter purpose is to be accomptiik ed, new seed must be sows now f 1 rioo . " " tin n :i 1 i ... ' . ", ue iei aione st tecx ona oase. uutsae oi the Nitiami league batting king, all the fc Lou's infielders will be 4iffera from those who started the 1I& season. Bottomly, who played am base in the latter part of 1932, y start 1923 for the Cardinali.-Hi 9 o'clock a. m.. or as soon there-, batted well for Rickey last seum. after as the business ot the court ; hitting over 300 and fielding fairly will permit. All persons desiring , well. His fielding average vtt may file objections in said court gooa tor a green player, but he lacked experience. . Lavan, who played shorttto It 1922, batted and fielded far ante form as he had to fight bff lUnea and took part in but 89 garnet, To. porcer, who plays in spectacles, M bis best as a substitute but did tot display championship ability. ., Third Base Is Qufstloi, '' Stock at third slowed up visibly in 1922. That will be the hardest place for St. Louis to fill. It is lis child's task to get a shortstop but there are no third basemen in sight in the minors and there is miich curiosity as to what Rickey will do with that side of his infield. Thi Cardinals will never be a cham pionship factor without a real third Ken Smith, southpaw kicker, won the game with a -. . . t ji : - I the hearing and make their de fense. Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 17th day of November. A. D. 1922. H. M. SCHRIVER, FRANK WICH, JQHN MURRIN, M. T. RUDGREN. WM. F1TZSIMMONS, Board of Local Improvements of the City of Rock Island, Illinois. (Advertisement.) DEMAND FOB LETTER BOXES IS GROWING Washington, Nov. 22. The de- e a result of the recent ; be shifted to third for a season hot Dnrine the tournament Hcnoe cnnifTnprl until I.othrnn Witliin?-, ri...i.i" strained a litrampnt in his rieht tori of th Harvard fnnth-iii im. v. u. .1 - t .i.i i.,! tackle with Eddie Kaw carrying and out football olaved this fall all so great as arm and could not make a masse mittee, made his now famous !ritpri .U fart that l last winter ithe ball. The defeat of Penn State over the country but from now on. j postoff ice "no box no mail" edict St. Louis has 110 one in aight t shot without great pain and delib- .speech at the mass meeting' of the when baseball fans St the city bv .Pennsylvania,, however, has teams can be counted on -.to per.- that manufacturers are unapie to , subst tute for Kogers at tne UJ : Ull Ul uci O, u v. . ..i.v emu ,w I DLUUC Ml.1. AUG lliusi yiwim.ip t.r o,i uni .1, v'.o. (eration. He never coniDlained of Prinrnn ainmni of 'nr Rnvinri I j n. shown coach Gilmour Dobie that form more truly to form, .rl tntn th nffrav and an arini at-i this, however, relying on banking, held in Boston the niaht before thein.t,i o 'hiio L.tinin 'tho he cannot yet let up in his proposi-; The Harvard squad received ajday in announcing that postmasters third baseman of the minors tack was to be used Of cours,. I driving and forced draw and follow game between the Tigers and the 1 rhmhr nf mmiMr rooms, onlv tious for the final Thanksgiving strenuous workout today with a lot , had been authorized to postpone the Lutzke of Kansas City, injuries and Stack's leaving upset shots. On occasions when he was Crimson. . - labout twehtv attended and 15 of 'eame, when his Ithaca warriors of attention devoted to the kicking , effective date or the order from matters.. . i compelled to masseK he fiddled bis n will be recalled that Withine-t tho wp p'ipptml dirpMnra 1 meet the University of Pennsyl- end of the game. The Army also , Jan. 1 to March 1. Since that time this mode of at- cue for such lengths of time that ton, among other 'things,- stated I The annual Three Eve-- league vania. is de'voting a lot of attention to that j tack has been entirely - change-.! into an open game similar to th-i one. used against . Davenport and Burlington. The success of this kind of play has placed -the Island ItAFET PASHA DISPLACED. and Ot- land has gobbled him. : -4 The Cardinal outfield is not Ita ly to be the same as last year but Rickey has not enough experienced Angora, Nov. 22. Galib Pasha ' material to replace McHenrjr vbo it unset the spectators. iihnt if th sown Wartm nrrwmnnt LH.. ; Dii. ,oij ahni-tw .A. California has Uttle to worry department m preparation for the But HoDne never faltered in'mnrio i rvrosiH-nta r t niL. k i . i u.' about Stanford, her traditional ri- Navy as Coach Daly is determined! those nerve-racking moments and Three universities held Harvard ' not Wn hciri vt this ,,pv dnp itiVal, is weak. It looks more and;to take full advantage of any su-,bas been appointed to displace improved faster than any outfielder while he was forced to abandon ; would he ohlieert to dron Prinrotnn 1 1 ni.,;m.i i,o f thot m-rton! more as if Coach Kerr is building : periority the cadets may have in Rafet Pasha as military governor in the National league Inst year fla: the delicate nursing game, his fiaas-'from her Krhtiilt nr u mnv of 1 .. s nor., for the future at Palo Alto and im-;that direction. i I of Constantinople. i til he was stricken by illness. .,t ers'on a nigner plane, ana now tne ; "j " l"lluus KU"M tnis classic contest an earls October 'vi lie that club being indebted to proving iii; piy ruuu uiu uc-j iuuc l"al team is emphasizing defense as ,thrJuBh- Combining the fact that game. The speech was unfortunate the ipaeue to Ae extent of $2,000 veloping ; preparation for final Mallory, the great defensive Yale ne piayea me open game almost jn many re8pects. For one thing, land owing its p ayers 10 days' sal- Barnes tnis season.' as ior jaii- Dack, wm start against narvaru exclusively, his runs were remark-: according to Bill Roper's estimate ary fornia, stars such as Morrison, N:s- Saturday. Bruises and injuries, able. Immediately after his vic-'it helped the Tigers about twenty A't this meet:ng it is usually de- et- Muller and a good stiff line ' sustained by Yale players in the tory he put to rest the reports that : percent when they faced their j termined what clubs. Bhall make up nmke the team Tery. -formidable. Princeton struggle, are rapidly Cambridge rivals next dav. And tha circuit. Plans ar formmated . Morrison s une: oucaing quaiiuea , yiemmg 10 ireaimeni. well as scoring qualities. . The return of Al vine and Mager ' to the team has put the line back in almost the form of the first of the "year. Colchester will proba bly use a line smashing form nf attack, the kind of play tha: is the!be said- most liked by the Rock Islani linemen. - V , ... ..y It fs not expected that Colches ter will put forth any trik plays, but will shoot play after play at the line iu an attempt to rind he would retire. I'll certainly defend the title," , everywhere the reaction of Har- for the coming season. .are improving. Practice at Annapolis Thursday It is the opinion of Giles that! Botn ine(Army ana tne ..wavy are.wm De neia Deninu siriciiy cioseu. Moline should sound Out the senti- on P'"5 nu neeuies. vine "iu gaLes uui me luiuuies in niiiuc. 1 itru men was strong agamsi Mr. V lthineton's sneeeh. Thnv ru v BY FAIR PLAY. ' j garded it as ill-timed even as anlment of the other Three Eye clubs of each have something to trouble up in public (Copyrght, 1922, by The Argus.) ' expression -of personal opinion, al-jat the .annual meeting before tak- them. At Annaptjlis, Folwell is . Philadelphia, New ork, Nov. 22 Willie Honoe 80 ln Da wsie ana i naiiy inaccur-, ing steps to go ahead or discon- - to halr hntna (ntfav A nA . i4 n o tralttt ' - 1 ft mi a hava llAlinn a a n mi JIr in tha ' a uuv.n Mvauc tuua.i auu I . w AO iu " " . iiuuc uci c, iuvuuc uiu otiv.a aaa iuv at Franklin Field Friday. ha ovnantnrl Vi 1 hn nnnld wc-nm , HnPVafH llTltroraitw r-nniiHi a t eA tt- ' nir-jn 5 trr t n mnfa cnocnYia -ft it- I . . - ... , 1 . it (t T -aw. vuu 1 u, Tfvuiu iciuiu " u.i a.afuuauu,u it ; LU'l lui a, wuis ocauuo, 11 ivi .1. . J" " v 1 , fo the throne room of world's bil- n a puonc statement and this week so desires, whether the other clubs I the Islanders have to not reveal a , weak place, so that the mining men will have to try all the positions for an Opening. Moline and Davenport are prim ing their teams for, the turkey day championship struggle. The Id wans are all worked up ver their . chancel and are confident that their - team will defeat the Swedes evjn if the dope -favors the Norsemen. There is no denying! that Daven port has the Indian Bign on the Moliners for several years a'nd Ho tline teams have been defeated be fore wfien doped to win. Last year . the corn boys wiped up the earth with the Swedes. BOWLING liardists through a route of sensa- the Harvard Alumni -bulletin, the like it or not. according to an' I ' ; " tional play against the dethroned official organ of graduate opinion, I agreement made between the six ! ..,.,,, nil i.tMki. title holder, Jake Shaefer. Two thousand spectators takes similar stand. But .when all clubs that were members of the saw is said and done the net results pf jleauge in 1919, a financially disas W. trous season, "But,' thinks Giles, if the other clubs do' not want Mo-' line and if we are an undesirable PROPERTY HOLDERS NOTICE. General, No, 646, sons interested that the council ot the city of Rock Island-, 111., having ordered "the paving with asphaltic - Grounded Sleeve . . . . .17 v, Loose Joints . .'. ". . 11' Woodpeckers . . . ... . . .11 Leaky Condensers . ... 9 Hoppe win back the 18.2 billiard Mr. Withington's speech have been mie luesaay nigut in tne linal aisuncuy vaiuaoie inasmuch as it match of the championship seriesserved to erect something tangible wmcn was marked by many spec-l wnicn Harvard and Princeton men member, I do not think it would be tacula'r gatherings shots. The vie- could meet and combat. It came as wise to force ourselves upon them, tory. incidentally gave Honne th a refreshing contrast tn tho nh- If thsv An want ns then I think it title for the 16th time. Hoppe. merged . .eurrenU of innuendo. 1 would be more of an incentive for am,es v r i .iffl'..? comine from behind tn turn ih, rhareo jnii rnnntu.i.hi, , ii,,.t ; ikA,. whn . MOIine I. an. V- aeys iol trick, bad runs of 188 and 118 as' and counter-threat that have been his top ones. His grand average going the rounds for more than a was the highest of the tournament. year. ' being 37.87. Shaefer's grand aver-j It showed pointedly where this age of 30.94 put him in second Big Three - organization as an or place and ahead of . Roger Conti, 1 ganization was drifting and brought the Frenchman, who had 30,06. (to light hidden activities of certain I groups that in time would have led Harry Grebs break with his i inevitably to war. Stories of the TnanasVr. flpnrrs Vnrtu mnlroa rnn I . , . . . o . --o r. t " v i uivoi AU9UIU Bull were UrOUgnL lO wonder why The light heavy cham- light and their malicious spurious pion isn't more popular. Certainly j ness exposed. As for instance the ! DUNDEE MAY GET MANDELL BOUT Pet. I .702 .454 ; .454' .371 both the concrete to a widtn of 30 teet 0f!tnere no more likeable fighter yarn whispered in Boston that Princeton had planted a Nassau graduate in the Harvard law school whose sole duty it was to report to Roper the exact location and nature of every injury that occurred to a Harvard player and that' Roper Eighteenth avenue from Ninth to Fifth street and Fifth, Sixth, Sev enth and Eighth streets, from Six teenth to Eighteenth avenue to a width of 24 feet," arid the ordi nance for the same being on file in the office of the city clerk of said . city, and said city having applied' . to the county court of Rock Island county, Illinoia, for an assessment of the cost of said improvement according to benefits,, said assess ment being payable in 10 install ments, each bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and an assessment therefor having been made and returned to said . court, the final hearing thereon will be had on the fourth day of Decem ber. A. D., 1922, at the hour of o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the court will permit. . - All persons desiring may file ob jections in said court before said day and may appear on Vie hearing and make their defense. Dated at Rock Island, ltl Nov. 17, 1922. ,. " . " C. C. CUSHMANv Officer appointed to make assess ment (Advertisement) THE XODERX MOTHER faces problems for beyond those of her forbears. She herself must be a much mora competent person, i than Greb. It strikes one as curi ous that every one should - have sided with Engle. The lowdown is that Greb rec ognizes his unpopularity and be lieves his manager is responsible. In a way this may be true. Engle is one of the old . school managerswho hasn't- recognized the, possibilities of the new game ot eon and shake and a - return match providing the ' suckers fall for the first one. If Greb engages a new manager well soon - learn how good he was to his mother, and how he worked and slaved till he paid the mortgage off on the old homestead. ARGUS SANTA IS WINNER OF POOL ON BEAE CONTEST The Argus Santa Clans Fund was proclaimed the winner of a pot created befoi the Independent Bear game at-Chlcago S.unday. The amount was $12, which will be used along 'with the rest of the dona tions to make the hearts of the little 'children happy at Christmas time. . i ', . The way it started was at the Martin cigar store at Seventeenth combining in j One individual tha . street and Second avenue. A group duties of 'nurse, cook, teacher and moral instructor. It is no wonder that many., conscientious .women . break under the strain, and that others drag pot a miserable. exist ence; always tired, and yet unabto to take a day's vacation. Such women will find themselves ben efited and their burdens made eas ier by tho use of Lydia B. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, , which was made for suffering women, and does not fall to relieve them. (Ad vertisement . of, enthusiastic supporters of tha home team decided to kick in with a dollar each for every touchdown made by the home boys Sunday. Some of the fellows paid a dollar in advance and when the game was over, after a few were given back their money, a number of the fana decided to turn the money that re mained over to The , Argus Santa Claus fund.- AU tha. news all tha thus Tha Aigaa, ... those who are - to promote next year's club to work. If we are wanted, then I think it would be proper to call a meeting of the townspepopie and let them decide Davenport, Promoters Fianrina; on Proposition; Rematch Mandell With Jack Wolfe. Clea n sweeps featured the Bell league on even ing. Kobel a 'Woodpeckers shoved Pierce's Leaky .Condensers to the bottom with three wins and John son's Grounded Sieves shook three lLrwl, ' Karnes out of Eddy s Loose Joints. ! 8uch a Mtch in the past, but de wnetner or not they want to stay. jBe6wick 8tarred wlth a m score , mands of Dick Curley, Dundee's uiauvuAi auuus yneeuon. j f 0T high game and also-piled up manager, were deemed exorbitant. Three questions confront the hich average, with 144." Minor did Davennort nromoters are said to hei A match is now pending between I Sammy Mandell of Rockford and : f Mike Dundee of Rock Island. Man dell's managers accepted terms for; portant, ot course, is the financial his first try. status. .The other is whether or ',..- LOOSE JOINTS. not there is enough interest among Eddy . -. . . ; .v. . .M45 the townspeople and the third, if-Ollie DeFrates ...... 149- Moline is to continue in organized j yeageri ............. 114 baseball, which league to choose, 1 Benesh .. 90 the Three Eye or' the Mississippi ' Nissen .124 vaney. According to unofficial reports. tne Moiine ciud win just about be able , to meet its .financial obliga- baseball situation. The most im-, the unexpected with, a 176-gac3! in (figuring on the match now. . Cur- ; ' i I ley has also taken over the man ' aeement of Herhie and Frunkie 16 124 Schaeffer, Chicago boxers, who had ! 131 ' 146 , been under the managerial wing of J w lusijim Mullen. 139 118 j , Following his decisive victory 97 : 109 over Joey Sanger in Milwaukee last : i Monday night, Sammy oau Rockford will Jack Wolfe of Cleveland tor the vard-Princeton game by delibee ' Jfc toTlT?l? 7 intent. n nn ,ue ior piayers is received if, add- v wa. dw aui w. lUdB were also tales that Harvard had applied to Chicago for a home-and-home game to replace the Princeton contest and that .. Yale had been tampered witn in an effort t in fluence her against the Tigers, v All false. The returns are in from Harvard and while in the past there have been misunder standings and irritations after see ing both sides there may now be no doubt that, a vast majority of Harvard men do not desire any break with Princeton and that fur ther talk in this respect will not be tolerated. It is recognized. Har vard and Yale and Princeton with their wealth of tradition they have been engaged in athletic' contests going on nrty years their scho-. lastic requirements, their ideaU of the relations between sport and es sential university work can be even more influential than it has- been in the past. Thane is valuable work to be done in college athletics and the Big Three intend to lead the way. Sentiment, as well as neces sity, indicate no other course In brief, the relations between Harvard and Princeton at the pres ent umo nave never been mare healthful or more rife with con-jj mikmib iwDBiuiiiuvH. -. i ms state ment is based on facta gathered irom responsible sources New York. Nov. 22. William Prout, representing the New Eng- atnn association, was reelected president of the Amateur Athletic Ufliov : ' ed to this, would be the sinking fund with the league. - which amounts to approximately $1,100. This, of coarse, would mean giving Totals np the franchise. A meeting of citizens would de-, r WOODPECKERS. termine' the interest and enthusi-t Kobel .............. 155 asm for league ball in the city. r If ' Cook .......'...'...;.105 taw years meeting was an indl-i Minor ..Y...:a75 Totals ............634 Manrlpll nf be rematched with GROUNDED SLEEVES. Beswick . Driggs . . . Johnson . Grannath Thorpe . .126 154 .....162 ..-'.".-.106 .'...'.. ;88 .....636. cation, Moline is only lukewarm on the proposition. , . ', BASEST SCHEDULE ' FOB OBION SCHOOL TEAM ANNOUNCED -(Special Correspondence.) Kewanee, Nov. 22. Nov. 28 will mark the opening of the basketball schedule for Orio high school. The prospects for a winning team at that school this year are. bright The schedule follows. v Nov. 28 At Atkinson; Dec. 8 Geneseo at Orion. ' - Dec. 15 At Wethersfleld Dec 19 Aiedo at Orion. "i Dec. 22 At . Toulon. , Jam 6 East Moline at Orlnn. Jan. 12 Wethersfleld at Orion. Jan. IS At Cambridge. Jam 17 At Aledo. Jan. 26 Cambridge at Orion. Jan. 30 Atkinson at Orion. Feb. 2 Toulon at Orion. ': Feb. 10 At Geneseo. X Feb. 16 At East Moline. th omty wV "to M it dm u ao-nrUM lor aaawhaatr la d Ii. - - - Dunn A...;.:. 99 Herbert Ibtals .146 ...6S0 I junior featherweight chamninn- 192; 115'giiip, according to announcement 134 117 yesterday by ..Manager Eddie Kane. 147 114 Mandell met Wolfe in Kenosha 111 ; 120 recently and gave the Cleveland boy 119 140 a great lacing. Wolfe had pre- -I viously been given the junior feath- 70S 606 jer weight title by the New York 1.945 1 boxing commission, but the title - -' ' ican change hands only in the Em 116 143 pire state. Eddie Kane, who looks 126 ,135 ; after Mandell's interests alon 100 : 137 ' with Eddie Long, said Tex Rickard 144 , 162 1 is angling for the match . which 123 ' 117 I may be closed this week. 609 694 - 1,983 LEAKY CONDENSERS. Pierc Bekker ....... Kat Kurry ........ Oral DeFrates; -Totals 116' .no ,:ii2 .. 94 ' ..117 ...141 ;.582 103 87 135 94 loii 95 579 6S1 '.- ; 1.742 PROPERTY HOLDERS' " 3fOTICE.: Gen. So. 61s. j Notice is hereby cin to all per sons interested that the Board of Chlcaeo. Nov. 22. The signed contract of Grbver Cleveland Alex ander, pitcher of the Chicago Na tionals, was received. 1; Chicago. Nov. 22. BasebaU Com missioner K. M. Landis started in vestigation of ' report that Bill Piercey, pitcher of the Boston Red Sox. and "Red" Oldham. Detroit pitcher, were alleged to be violat ing the rule regarding barnstorming,- by playing baseball on the Pa cific coast. , Cincinnati, Ohio, Nor. 22. Aus tin McHeniy. outfielder of the St Louis Cardlnala, was reported ser 138 Local Improvements of the City of 94 1 Rock Island, Illinois, has filed in 123 ! the county court of Rock Island 120, county, a certificate of the Cost of ue improvement entitled in said court "In re petition of the city of Rock Island, Illinois, to assess the cost of the paving with asphaltic concrete of Sixteenth street from Eighteenth ,to Twenty-first ave-i nues," and said certificate also : duuws mo cuurL cusls. me- amouni i of accrued interest, and the total 1 amount or said assessment and said i certificate also states that the said : improvement conforms subs tain al- i' i . ,- . .1 , -i l - j iu uio i cuii ciueuLa it me Ul Ig- Inal ordinance for the construction o -lived! iislephone-tvred,! Figuring - tired! Drop the pen slip from the conference room shake the office for twenty minutes. . Your good barber is a few feet away. Drop in lus chair (generally.empty at that time) Say "Boncilla" Rest dream sink Towels soothicg applications fan Wake up! Your whole face is waking up. The wrinkles, blackheads and clogged pores are being lilted from your face. You awake to new reafeation of freshness and new life. You feel, look, and are invigorated. 1 out face seems o be drinking in the fresh air aiid carry-ng it to your blood. New life, new looks, new eiwrgy corce to your being after a facial of Meet one today! Irs a business investm-st THEN stop at the corner on the way home to night and buy a cBondLla Pack o Beatify tor the old girl at hom'e.She'll get three full facials out ; that50cent package andyou'llget asmileunJaliuJ- of the same aa rpnnlrerl' hv law t Tha said certificate which also j -i shows a x rebate in the amount of' the said assessment in the sum, of I $1,870.30. has been filed tn said I proceedings, end that final hearing I on said certificate and assessment I ' List of Cock Island BarbtT Shops. Faw'eys Barber Shop. 200 17th St. Uamett & Malhewa. Kurma EJ Kifir. 121 18th St. J. S. Hirnett. 12:1 17th St Ho'lorf s . Barter Shop. ISil Snd Ave. . . M. L. Sa'yaril'i Barber Shoj.. 1502 2nd Ave. 6. II. Dtijenroth. 221 17th Brown's Barber Shop. Cotno Hoiel. W. J. Fur'onj t120 3rl Ave. O.L. Hebh e 32S SOth St. Kenu tc MvKeng. 1UOT 2nd Ave. Kv Unriirr Hotel Bvbrr Shun. Now Harper Hotel. - Foland'!i Ear orr Shop. 2tb. St. and 5th Ave. Kel.r'a barber Shop. Slh St. and Ma Ave. czr:ic-z Ask these good barbers L(3 7W rird Crair. 21'W rJ Aw. jock Eel'.ow. alal Si. and Jta Ave Uad'ev'a Barber Shop. 31 St. and ith Ave. AM H at) tat tn to the IS tai Cn Ba r m rl t cat Osi H. x Liu for flo To 8h ani Ke at pn cai mt Chi du s i, i will be had on -the 2d day of De-i II camber, A. D. ltu, at. the hour of las in.