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(Copyright, 1922, by The Argus.). . . &LI Swede, have 'had big years, pro Schott ,, . . .... -.430 , 152 149 431 1199f9 9f r1911 994 Fed " ' 0 or ' Forth OE Lynch. ' It T .Alvine, flan' "1.... L T . .1, , a , Honer, No ... ....ricksonerge,t tecting their flanks well and doingt From Payroll Jones 121 148 L33 402 , ' December to. , New York, Dec. 2. - ine swaeoewit i ciated the se . '' - . ; Alden,'" Priem", . LeBohn, Dar- 10 .11ersberg, Bev I well on the defe,nsivt Houston has i i ' Schack 1.50 129 166 445 ,. , '." -.---- . from Monday night Jack Bernstein, . , ..--1----r- r ' , ----.-- , I Ammo, NoL.... L 0 e. Ardaki, No. ' nsational Yonkers I bruiser i-s.1 up 1 Clark, 13. L .... - C : , , accounted for many Rock Island 1 ST "la B F"TEIL - - ' --- Chicago, Dec 2.-With the coli will get a real chance . , ,,teago, Dec. 2.--(By the Alm. : ' , The second step In balding 144I"e"" ! gains, both on trick plays and on I (Copyright, 1922, by The Argual Totals 699 725 803 2227 i lege football season ended, the pro I Camp, Bev.. . Q B . Simpson, No. whether he is actually a light s an liar card to ouPPoil ' the i - ' f d passes- He is probably! New York,. N. ., . . ,, , ,n Tonne, 110L.... L H -Anderson, ILL1 orwar Y Dec. 2.---Agita- - SOX. fessional game is to be stretched! 11,91.1 "Big Ten" grub wefeht co t d ' ron seam mi 1 ...I , A l IL a First 118 114 154 386 ten dors. Negotiations yesterday - - ;-,n en,,er,, ..... ,,, I be drafted here today at a m,..,,. "12". ' 1 ' :' : .1'9' ,111' '1'' :T Vog iftokvoitos, ' it' 11, zNi4 Es; 1.14 s.,,Zowes ' WOOL- ..eqopin " tit I " IN111,111111 "CIA Or ... w,.., w 1 ..1. , .. , Trar- , SÈCOND TEAL, At ends HouSton, he Rock Is ', ' ',' ,--7-7--- ', ' WZron, ILL. . R E Climbers, IL LI land dash, and Carlson, the big 'mai 6 "see uth'eg weld' Carlson, Isl., . L E .:!. Tullis, Dav. i 1 Swede, have I had big years, pro ' Mirth's Oir Lynch. Han, ILL .. ' II T ...Alvin, It. L 1 Honer Nol..... L T ..Erickson,Ids. t tectinn their flanks well and doing Alden," Arlairnah LeBnhi, Div.. 10 .11ersherg, Dav I well on the defeAsivIE. Houston has . . ---.--- t 1 Anis, Isl.. . L 0 ,... Ardaki, No. accounted tor many Etock Island ' ileuitai, ILL.. E Climbers, IL L lend flesh, and Carlson, the big Atli io "see uth'eg weld' Carlson, L E Tullis, 1 Swede have' had big years. Pro ' Firkins Oir Lynch. 11:11, ...; MT ...Alvi ne, M nen T ..Erickson, e. 1 torlinn their flanks well end doing nn I Thu Humid istep In building up ald Star card w "wok the smva.lia A A tA wt.' la Aril' t I , The lecomoll step In builcijng up . Lynch-Anderson bout, which will ' l'"'"9 ml- 'J" "---""' -- I - . - . , 7. headline tbe Davenport legion's big Schmidt, Mel.. II K ....Carlmenjilea ; the fastest man on the team, in all : ;Iikole at the Coliseum on the night Timer, EX..... FR Ieheeverjhm I reepeets a great player. Carlson is ,.! of., Dec. 1.5. was taken today when :' ' ' ' - - - I not far behind the Islander, Cham ' the Club signed Billy Rolle, Omaha ' ' BY NAT GEISMAR. .' ' hers and Tullis, Rock Island and -.- 'welterweightli, ter an eight round At the close of the football sea- Moline, deserve much praise for the ... Mill- with Mickey Forking or Eddie I son it ie always proper to' pick a game they have played. Chambers '.: Welch. Rolfe wired appearance and I mythical all-tri-city team. Although is a great end, both on defense and .: Weight money today. izie is wiping -there are outstanding stars who on passes. , .. to meet anyone legion officials se- can easily be planed on the squad Hall, the Rock Island captain, ,: eure tor him. , , . , , without fear of mIstake, there are Homer of Moline, Alvine of Rock At the last legion card life Omaha , always certain players who do not Island and Erickson of Moline are .,, :welterweight displayed a terrific I 'Thu so spectacularly who often I all that ean be asked for in tackles. Apitneh and had litpe difficulty in , escape notice. Naturally, where 'Hall and Homer have an edge over - . knocking s out Gus Paulsen of Des there is such excellent materiat, ! the other two, but it is very slim. .'1. Moines in a single round. R. S. ,iome members :who receive their I Hall is one of the offensive won .:' Truitt, chairmau, of the legion's mention on the second squad areders of this section of the state. :,:itilletic committee, and the club's probably himost as good as some He opens wide , holes, taking the :... Matebthaker . are negotiating for . picked for the first team. I guard and tackle out of a play , . korkins at the present Gine and le The players have been ranked I without difficulty. Hall, because of be is: not obtainable for the date,: a- ceording to their playing in the I injuries, was not at his best during .. Mddie Welch of South Bend ,will be tri-eity games only. For tbat rea- I the tri-eity games. but his pesition 41:1011USC CISJULI Lvvai Aa secured to oppose the Nebraskan. ktorts for Tickets. , No 'sooner was the announcement " ANL; OUVIII5S tAl. uintmaa,,asa.. that Lynch would defend his title 141A4 1.4 uta W4-01,4114 44C4c4444 444. 44o-slw -. had been able to play in the local suflartest players ever wearing a . against Eddie Anderson made than fusses. i Because of this fact, no' Rock Island suit..., Injuries kept , ' a rush tor choice pasteboards St. Ambrose men have been placed ' bin' on the sideline all but one-half ,, started. Not only tri-city taus on the team. This is said in fair- of the local battles, but he played swamped ,local ticket agencies, but ness to the men who might have well enough in that time to earn ' , orders began pouring in irom -won places if playing in outside ' his place. Because of his great : neighboring towns. However, or was codkidered. Although i "football head" he is given the ran . dere for the Uckets will not be filled 1 games the writer hi unfamiliar with the I taincy of the second squad. Erick until the seat sale opens tonight ; I ability of the St. Ambrote playersol son is built like a college player ' The ducats can be secured at Mar from all reports Beaten of that land plays very much like one. He . tin's Davenport stores and at Mar- I squad is head and shoulders above , was a great help to the Swedes all . ray's place on Perry street The 1 i any other quarterback in the tri- throUgh their schedule and per prices for the event will be $2 for 83 ' cities. , formed at his best during the tri 1 general admission tickets and , and $5 fon reserved seats. Large ' Honorable mention is given to , city struggles. Clarence March, injured Rock Is- I Axene of Moline and LeBuhn of '. delegations of fans , are expected ' land tackle, who, if he had been 1 Davenport have been given the from MuscaUue, Clinton, Galesburg. ! Cedar Rapids, Peoria, monmouttl able to play in the tri-city games, guard positions because of their would undoubtedly have won a po- great work against Rock Island. L and other nearby towns while Tom 1 sition. . , Walsh, Eddie AnderSon's manager.' - I LeBuhn is a center by rights, but . . . ... . i m Ithr...4" 0.1,""4.14 "4, Itfife,1 ;II. 1 4. os 4 h".." . er44.4,41 h... 41. own today requested local authorities to hold a block of 100 ringside seats tor Chicago. fans, admirers of the " Moline battler. ' Lynch, according to word re ceived from his manager, Eddie Meade, emerged from his contest with Frank le Daly at Indianapolis Thursday In tip-top shape. The king of the bantams is to renew training activities today in Chicago , for his bouts with Joey Sanger at , Milwaukee ou Dec, 7, and his clash here with Anderson the following Friday. May Arrive Days In Advance. , Efforts will be made by club ofil cialslo bring tbe champion to Dav enport several days in advance of the local show in order that local fans might have the opportunity of seeing him irr action before the int 'portant clash with Anderson. After meeting Sanger, Lynch will probably return to Chicago for a few days betdre coming to Daven port ' Post Commander French today arranged with Erwin Holbrook, local architect, to draw plans of the Coliseum with the view of increas ing the seating capacity. Every effort will be made to accommo - date every fan who desires a seat. today requested local authorities to ; ,L1, MOS Ala 10,1.1141MI, L EU" 4.11V goes the honor of being the cap hold a block of 100 ringside seats tain of the 1922 team. From all tor Chicago. fans, admirers of the Moline battler. viewpoints Schmidt has been one of the best captains ever had by a ' Lynch, according to word re Molino squad, and his playing has ceived from his manager, Eddie been a great help to the Swedes all Meade, emerged from his contest 1 of the tour years Schmidt has been with Frankie Daly at Indianapolis , I on the team. Schmidt is not only a , Thursday in tip-top shape. The player, but also a great cap-I king of the bantams is to renew 1great training activities today in Chicago I He is a constant Aspiration I to his mien, and on the field takes; for his bouts with Joey Sanger at care' of the captain's duties to per- l Milwaukee ou Dec, 7, and his clash fection. Marvin is serving his sec- 1 here with Anderson the following Friday. ond year in the captaincy. Itecause; May Arrive Days In Advance. of the ability of Viner. the rock-1 crushing fullback of Rock Island, , Efforts will be made by club ofil Schmidt' has been moved from his cialsto bring the champion to Dav of regular position at full back to one enport several days in advance lof the halfback berths. the local show in order that local fans might have the opportunity of 1 Camp at Quarterback. ;seeing him irt action before the im- Camp of Davenport has been 'portant Clash with Anderson. Placed at the quarter position be After meeting Sanger, Lynch will , cause of the great work displaytil hy that individual in the tri-city probably return to Chicago for a few days befere coming to pavan- encounters. Simpson, the Moline port Midget, has played nearly as well but the Iowan is given , Post Commander French today as CamP, preference because of his ability to arranged with Erwin Holbrook, carry the ball. Simpson is on a local architect, to draw plans of the Coliseum with the view of increas- Par with Camp in almost everY Other(Way except this oneenough ing the seating capacity. Every to give Camp the edge6 - effort will be made to accommo date every fan who desires a seat. Viner in all respects deserves ; place at fullback. His great I pstelanyidningghtas tbuereens eilietboef Rthoerkoitst- ; LYIICIII TO BOX ' land team through tbe season, but in the tri-city games liner especi , , miDGET smITH,111:13;2189asabeyeenryprgoomoldneinutithaSeckh,mbidutt more at home at half-1 back than Viner, and 'they both de-.! serve places in the backfield. Mc Keever of Davenport is another Meet Marleni Blond in' 'New plunging fullback who ranks al York After Engagement With most on par with Vizor and Anderson. Schmidt. Toline Is perhaps the most spec tacular performer seen on a local New York, Dec. 2.--Midget Smith, high school gridiron in many a I , the tiny Harlem blond, who has year. A brilliant open field runner been shooting at the bantamweight and defensive man, he has been the ,championship for several years, is nemests of many a team this year. to get another crack at the coveted Toline played tis best game of 'the crown. Midgey has been matched season against Rock Island and to meet Joe Lynch. the present ti Davenport. In the Rock Island tle-holder, for 15 rounds in Medi game be did ainiost everything one - son Square garden, Dec. 22. Lynch has not been sOrs much Man could do. Anderson of Rock Island and Carlson of Moline are here since he grabbed the title last two creditable halfbacks. Ander summer by knocking over Johnny son could do the passing and kick Buff at 'the New York Velodrome. tor the second team very nice The west eider turned in one of his lug worst battles against Jack (Kid) , IY Wolfe , following that tilt with! r Buff. and the state boxing com- I inissioners then ruled that Joseph GRID sTARs oF , could not do battle In the garden again until ha had reestablighed himself as a real Champion.- - Lynch since then has been knock- pAsT pLAy ing them over for several weeks on tour. and thereby earned a pardon 1 MHO ligi milli" seeing him iv acti '','-' 'portant clash ,, After meeting Sa probably return few days befdre port ' Post Commande arranged with : , - ' local architect, to Coliseum with tin ing the seating effort will be in date every fan , , : 11(11C111 TI yrut Meet Marie , York After En And( - New York, Dec the tiny Harlem (, been shooting at I , championship for ; to get another cn 1 crown. Midgey I --to meet Joe Lynt tie-holder, for 15 , son Square gardt ' Lynch has not 1 here since he gra ' summer by knoc) , , Buff at 'the New ' The west eider tu ' worst battles ag - Wolfe , following 4 Buff, and the id missioners then , could not do hat -, again until ha b - himself as a real - Lynch since the ing them over for , tour, and thereby - from the boxing has been lifted 4 liberty' to defend more in the garde rjinoR LI r, Lolitsvme:Rý., . league baseball bare today for t - week ot pow-woi of the Southern owners today mu list The annuli-I American associat tor Monday. Th elation o; Proft leagues opens a ' ., here Tuesday. - KNOX COL , TEAM .T NAVA! , - a Annapolis, Md., '7: games will be pia - , States Naval tAc.4 team this ,seasot will lic.played...la ' ' 45 tour, ana tnereny earned a pardon k from the boxing officers. The ban has been lifted and Joseph is at libertÿ to defend his title once more in the garden. E1111011 LEAGUE CHIEFS GATHER , , Loutsv Me,' Ky., Dec. 2.Minor league baseball big chiefs were here today for the opening of a week of pow-wows. The meeting of the Southern association club owners today wu the first ou the list The annual meeting or the American association ta on the book tor Monday. The ?rational Ass. elation o; Professional Baseball leagues opens a 'three-day 541511011 here Tuesday. 'KNOX COLLEGE' , TEAM .TO PLAT : NAVAL ACADIZIE , - , Annapolis, Md., Dec. 2.Eighteen : ta13201 Will be plaYed by the United States Naval t Academy basketball team this iseason. Knox college - IritiesSeleds Staks Of ettlibr For Pla at On All "Fri-City Teant Anne, ; Ardaki" C111111JL C Roue, R. L Clark L C Koss, L Camp, Dav.... B Shapsonolo. Tense, HNC L H Andersen, a, AL.8.1.91 1 MI I W. Clark L - i son the-re are several men who either do not appear at all or are o.n the second team, who might have made the first squad if they .k1. 1,s 4., 11. Inn.1 I To Marvin Schmidt of Moline 1 is at home at guard, where he can ' goes the honor of being the cap- play in good form. Axene is a tain of the 1922 team. From all i tower of strength in the line and 1 viewpoints Schmidt has been one knows, football. Herzberg of Day ot the best captains ever had by a enp0rt and Ardahl of. Moline are 1 Molina squad, and his playing has . placed at guards on the second I been a great help to the Swedes ail isquad. Ardahl is also a center, but 1 , of the tour years Schmidt has been can perform at guard with equal I on the team. Schmidt is not only a , success. Herzberg Is the shining I great player, but also a great cap-1 light of the Davenport line and is i min. Be is a tonstant Aspiration , a finished player. I to his mien, and on the field takes I The center positions are won by care' of the captain's duties to per-1 Rock Island. In Robert Clark and fection. Marvin is serving his sec- I Norman Kone the Islanders 'have ond year in the captaincy. Itecause; two of the best centers in this sec of the ability of rifler. the rock- I tion of the state. Clark is an ex 1 crushing fullback of Rock Island, , perienced man. and for that via 1 Schmidt' has beeil moved from his 1 son he is given preferenci over i regular position at full back to one Kone. There is little to choose be I of the halfback berths. tween the two men, although Clark I Camp at Quarterback. probably has the edge. Both are ICamp of Davenport has been good passers and can get tbe ball placed at the quarter position be- back to the ball carrier in good or , cause ot the great work displayM , der. K0ne is handicapped by lack I by that individual in the tri-city 1 of weight, but makes this up by 1 encounters. Simpson, the Moline fight and brain work. Both men Midget. has played nearly as well bave two more years ctf football in as Camp, but the Iowan is given high school. preference because of his ability to The two teams would have of carry the ball. Simpson is on a fensive strength that is above the par with Camp in almost every I average. The first teaM especially other(Way except this oneenough !could run up hig13 scores at will. to give Camp the edge. - Line plunges. air &tacks. end runs, Viper in all respects deserves off-tackle smashes. and either place his' place at fullback. His great 1 kicking or drop kicking could be playing has been one of the oat- used with equal advantage. Camp standing features of the Rock Is- and Homer are finished punters, land team through tbe season, but while Camp has few equals in high In the trl-city games liner especi- school football when it comes to ally has been prominent. Schmidt drop kicking. Toline is a place is also a very good fullback, but kicker who can add points, it tiec 1 he would be more at home at half-tessary. - ' . back than Viner, and 'they both de- ! On offensive this team would be serve places in the backfield. Mc- I like a stone wall. The line Is re Keever of Davenport is another plete with men who4know football plunging fullback who ranks al- and who can stop almost every most on par with Viner and thing that comes its way. The Schmidt. - backfield knows how to defend as Toline Is perhaps the most spec- well as gain and hardly a fault teenier performer seen on a local , could be found in the way of de ' high school gridiron in many a I tense. The line' could also open , year. A brilliant open field runner I wide holes on offense and the ,ends , and defensive man, he has been the I and tackles are fast ,enough to nemedis of many a team this year. cover punts: Hall, especially, is Toline played 'his best game of 'the fast for a big man. . season against Rock Island and Although if pitted against each Da,venport. In the Rock Island , other there is no doubt that the game he did althost everything one first team could defeat the second man could do. Anderson of Rock squad. the latter is by no means I Island and Carlson of Moline are weak. A glance at the lineup of 1 two creditable halfbacks. Ander- the second squad shows that there loon could do the passing and kick- ase many good men who probably ling for the second team very nice- Would milke the mythical team any 1 ly. other time 'than this year. . CHARITY TODAY Former Easters Greste to Be fit, , ted Against Laminaries et ) the West. , Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 2. Foot ball stars whose names aro famil iar to all tans were here today to participat In Columbus' annual all-star charity football game at Ohio State stadium this afternoon. Former eastern college players will be pitted against former. western men. Players of all-American fame who will play with the east include; Mosely, Yale; rargo. Williams; Griffiths, Penn State; Lea, Col gate; Fuller. Brown; Hogsett, Dartmouth; Cuey, Harvard; and McLaren, Pitt. ' - - Those who will appear for the west include: Muller, California; Mehardt, No tre Dame; Trott, Ohio State; Vick. Michigan; Eichealaub, Notre Dense; Crangle, and Ne mecek. Oblo State.. , Other stars include: Jones, Yale; Witmer. Princeton; Thurman. Penn; Heldt and Min nick. Yerges anb Slyker. Oltio.State;liletdMnIllinole;,"Micr accounted tor many Rock Island , it,,1 in gains, both on trick plays and on forward passes, He la probably was won, nevertheless. Homer ( played against Hall in the Rock Island-Moline conflict and a great i battle ensued. Alvine is one of the riloweava attar viranriTIV McMillin. and "Red" Robe.rts, Cen tre. , i . , wEsT ill MUCH DEMAND Mountaineers Not Likely, However, to Accept Any.of Three, Offers. - Morgantown, W. Va., Dec. 2.The West Virginia university football team. glitch closed its season un defeated yesterday, already has had three offers of post-season games extending over the Christmas holi days. It is unlikely, however, that any will be accepted as the players and officials are satisfied to rest on the laurels already won. The team broke training after the game yes terday in which Washington and Jefferson was defeated. Several telegrams have been re ceived by Mountaineer authorities, coming from newspapers and oth ers, asking what claim West ginia will make on the eastern in tercollegiate title. The reply has been that West fVirginia Makes no claim whatever to the title kud be satisfied with whatever standing is given the eleven by the critics. ' ROSENBERG SESPENDED6 , New York. Dec. 2,:-Dave Rosen berg, middleweight boxer. whO Thursday lost to Mike O'Dowd on a old. xassauspeluted tre-30-daya, - tila aas holi- "zufvuu...eL 'el'. that syritin s players s rest on DTB The team sme yes- - 3013, and Baltimore, 1 army corps a been re- t of the I thorities, P ht their al and oth- nooll. More I rest vii, witness the stern in hers ot cong Boy hal con. mikes no ' ' --- And wili RACQUET ko:;07.1).t.A.yallii I'1.01.'rlij!:0.1..0.; :ii:'.,u110.11.$,,--t$ço. Smiler Mei Beldnd liniment - to Cut Surplus Talent ' Fria Payroll., BY JOA FOSTER. - (Copyright, 1922, by The Argust) New York,.N. Y., Der.' IAgita tion to restrict the number et AMMO players major league clubs may Hotstetter 120 99 carry between May 15 and Aug. 31 Carlson . .. ... -137 159 now is afoot. , ' A - - Strayer - 152 132 1 Under present regulations they --,- may carry 25 players. Clubs in - Totals 671 637 the smaller cities are behInd this , BROWNS. t movement. At present ball plap..Staserotskt .139 147 ers cannot be sold by a club Of one! Schneider 135 173 league to a club - of the ,liamelSwanson 159 120 league atter a certain date. The liClove 189 164 smaller cities desire to move that 1 SPerry 167 156 movement. At present ball play ers cannot' be sold by a club of one league to: a club of the ,liame league after a certain date. The smaller cities desire to move that date up nearer the start ot thd sea son. They suggest there would be more players to go around, and ex penses of the club would not be as great if the majors would cut their player lists to 20 or even less. The clubs with the smaller popti lations to cater to and facing the possibilities of entailer crowds in their stands have always shouted for a lower player limit They have always been out-voted because those opposed to them argued that they did not have to engage 25 play- ers if they did not want to do So. Pop Anson xepeatedly said that major league clubs were hampered by double the number of players really necessary. He alwa3rs said the clubs got less good baseball for that reason. Ineffectiveness of pitchers be contended was due to the fact that they did not get enough work, rather than to over work. Asked to name a club of worid beaters for all time based on the theory that but few men really were needed, he listed Ewing and Mike Kelly as catchers, Clarkson, mcuormica ana name as piteners, Fred Pfeffer, second base; Ad Wil liamson, third; Ross 'Barnes, short stop, and himself at first with Hugh Duffy in leftfield; George Gore in center and Jimmy Ryan in right As a concession he added that he might include Ed Delehanty as a utility player. Imagine Deiehanty as a utility man with all the speed he possessed Yet in the team An son named Delebanty might have had difficulty in finding a place ex cept in the utility role. The same arguments advanced, by Anson now are being used by those who would reduceexpenses of the major league clubs if they could. Fewer players for the ma jors naturally would please the minors. but there is no overwhelm ing desire to lend a helping hand to the minors in view of the fact that they will not accept the draft which would mean reduced prices for players for tha major league clubs. HAWKS ROLL M FIFTH POSIT1011 Davenport Quintet Topples 2,798 ' Pins at titt-West Tonna. , went. Kansas City, Mo., Dec. full I schedule for the eighth day of the mid-west bowling tournament to day offered the possibility of ad- I vances in leading scores. Eighty- ' one teams and, individuals were scheduled to roll. Crack teams and I well known bowlers were included in the program. Two changes were made in the positions of leaders. in the all-, events and five-men team divisiOns last night, H. Lembke, of Kansas City, taking first place in the for mer with a score of 1,813, and the Young Men's Catholic club' of Kan- I sas City, Ean.,fgeinning second place in the later wait 2,813. The standing: , I Five-Men Teams. t BoWlers' Journal, Chicago, 2,847. Young Ma's Catholic , club of Kansas City. Kan., 2,813. Utica Clothiers, Des Moines, Iowa, 2,804. J. Eagle Printing Co., lansas City, Mo., 2,803. Black Hawk Hotel. Davenport. Iowa, 2,798. , Doubles.. Lorenz-Smith, Waterloo-Dubuque, Iowa, 1,236. Vierhelier.-Hamman, St. Louis, Mo.. 1,225. Schapner-Johnson, St. Louis, Mo., 1,207. ' Singles. P. Pitts, St. Louis, Mo., 668. W. Hill, Kansas City, Mo., 658i F. Rankin, Chicago, 658. All-Events., H. Lembke, Kansas City, No., 1,813. K., Seipp le, Omaha, Neb., 1,812. W. R. Learn, Omaha, Neb., 1,810. 45,000,TO VIEW ( BEI:MICE TEALIS BA'TTLE TODAY Baltimore, Md., Dec. 2.The third army corps area football team and pat of the Quantico Marines line in their annual battle this after noon. More than 45,000 people will witness the fray, including mem bers of congress and cabinet offi - RACQUET TITLE AT STAKE. Philadelphia, Pan Dee. - Z.-- Charles et EllAteed meets Jack Soutar. ot this eity..the titleholder. todei; ie the first sev-' en games or a 14-game match for the woriers proti3esional - realest championship, 'The- seconA ' ball will be AileYetankas&asders - . At.mmat. MIMO SOCK ISLAND CLUB. Chan w Pict sox . .. . -12 8 .619 Cubs, t,'" '11 10 .5241. ... . - 12 - .4291 t DMir" 1 ' .499 I - GIANTS. 1 ' , ' - , LIM ..'"., 156 165 206 5271Cbleitte Pre Tealts te Resew AMC Manhard ... . . 142 131 149 422 Schott , . . .... 430 . 152 149 431 .. moots of Fists and Poet ea ' saber 10. , Jones ' 121 148 113 402 . - "' Schack 150 129 166 445 ,. -'..- ----- , - 1 - ' -- Chicago, Dec 1With the col-1 Totals 699 725 803 222711ege football season ended, the pro-I - SOX. fessional game is to be stretched First 118 114 154 386 ten days. Negotiations yesterday Sheldon 144'' 133 112 2891indicated that the 'Cardinals and Hotstetter 120 99 94 313,i Bears, not satisfied with a punish Carlson .. ... 137 159 116 412:lag game and two fights, which end-I Strayer - 152 132 118 4021ed in victory for the Cardinals, to --, 10, Thanksgiving day, will 'beer - Totals 671 637 594 19021again on Dec. 10 at the tubs park.' , BROWNS. , 'The Cards and Bears both have Staserofskt .139 147 189 475., hard games tor tomorrow, . the Schneider 135 173 122 430i Bears playing Toledo, Which has Swanson 159 120 -145 4241"Red" Roberts and two of the Xlove 189 164 156 5091Steins in the lineup and which is a Sperry 167 156 133 4561candidate for the National Football , I league championship. The Cardi Totals 789 7to - 745 22941nals tackle the strong Dayton Tri - CUBS. , angles at Comiskey park. Roberts 193 123 166 482 ' 145 130 Both Bears and Cardinals emerg 148 423 ed from their fierce battle for the Carron Beers save in feelings. Driscoll has a 147 114 131 3921 citY championship undamaged, 157 162 141 4661 Ward Mueller ' 142 164 155 4811split lip and Halas gpme bumps. Staserotskt ...- Schnelder Swanson iClove Sperry Roberts 193 123 166 482 Carron 145 130 .148 423 Beers 147 114 131 392 Ward 157 162 141 460 142 164 155 461 Totals 784 ,693 741 22181 -Immanuel Lutheran League. 1 W. L. Pct.' a , , Suellen:8 16 11 .592 :- tin BATTERyg 14 13 .5181 Orchestra 13 14 A81 . Concordia k - 13 14 .4811 -,------ . Young People 13 14 .4811 Quad-city Semi-pro Title Stake In Athletes , 12 15 .444 -- Douglas Park Grid Clash; 'rhe seniors hold the lead by two Both on Edge,, games. High scores werp made by - A.1 Diedrich, 225; J. Clark-, 208; Ray Lobse, 204. Young Peoples team Memories of a few years ago when home boys comprised the made high three game score with personnel of tit-cities' semi-profes2,312. Concordia had high single with 856.-W. H. Thorns was gifted sional football teams, before. the with seven splits in the, first two !days of the post-graduate Inde games. however. In the race of Pendents, Bears, Cardinals. Day isv., maw gu &UV .9; ton Triangles and the Canton Bull splits. George Baer received nine., i Concordia !dogs. will be recalled at Douglas k.,Jnyurtita-- Wm. Harms .104 160 IA. Diedrich .135 159 W. Klockau .150 122 P. Scherer 141 138 ; W. H. Thorns 125 158 ! Totals 655 737 Boosters ! 13. Renner 139 171 IW. SeHe 158 136 SeHe 120 134 SeHe 161 145 SeHe 157 166 Totals 735 752 Orchestra H. Lobse 146 151 T. Bleuer 146 158 F. Harms 109 146 I Orchestra J1. Lobse 146 151 !T. Bleuer 146 158 F. Harms 109 146 , .1, Clemann 143 , 111 i S. Clark 124,208 1 . . i., Totals 668 774 Stmiors-- . ' , 1George Baer , 109 100 1 ' W. Bonnewita 158 143 E. Sebuck 141 164 I. Weller 185 158 AL. Neuman 147 183 Totals 740 .758 - Young Peoplez 4. M. Theus .120 153 R. M. Fick 129 167 W. Kohlhoff 141 1,58 R. C. Thorns 151 154 R. Lohse 165 159 '' Totals . 706 791 - Athletes-- G. Scherer 131 138 E.Volhner 124 123 1017. Moeller 132 EL blangelsdort 169 170 Eaockau , 143 2162 1Wals 742 725 BEMIS PAY SUM FOR ED HEALEY Cheek tor $100 Received by ,Flaiii gan for Services of Star Tackle. -One hundreds dollars -has 'pen added to the fund which W.' H. Flanigan says is to be raised Ito pay off the indebtedness of the Rock Island Independents football or ganization. The money wu re- i ceived in the form of a check from 1 the Chicago Bears for the services1 of Tackle Ed Healey. -1 The plan for raising the neces sary fund seems not to. have as-, sunned very denniteform yet There are any -number of football .fans and boosters, however, who are against letting the progame die out in Rock Island and it is expected someone will come forward in the near future with a plan for insur ing the financial security of the club next season. - Some radical innovationa in the handling of pro football here in the future are necessary. Tbe un timely passing of the team this fall was a severe, jillt to Interest in the club.. One thing is certain, and that is the club henceforth must cease to be a one-man-in-control propo sition with the business Man foot ing the bill. If Obi business men are to pay, the business men should be in control. This is the only way in which stability will be had. GEED'S MS INFECTED. Pittsburgh, Fan Dec. 2.Rarry Greb, Amerim& light heatryweight champion pugilist; was undergoing treatment in a local hospital today. Ms eyes, injured in a recent ,bout with Bap Roper, were infected with TIMES SIGN TWO. New- York, Dee. 1.The New l'ork Americans( have signed two 'shortstops, Rafael Qtdntanno, now with the Havana Reda, and G. H. litedterny of North Carolina State )1AlyentraLmas aluteukced. OEMSTO",..pErrit.::- ...011A1,10E.A.Q.1111t . .... ., .., 6. 7,;,::'!.:i.'ATC$11101'11ALS .........,..., 4 ..,,...,,,.....:...6,.,..,,..., t , IND1Aus B ArriE , 153 417 'park in Rock Island tomorrow aft 225 519 .ernoon. 136 Ang i The Moline Indians, as good a 162 441:home talent eleven as ever repre sented that city, and claimants of 190 473 'the quad-city semkpro grid title 866 - 2258 for the last three years, will defend I ito claim against the Battery B 168 476 tPam of Davenport. This is the 137 431 first year in the field for the Sol 122 376 dier outfit Its name is a new 154 460 word in Moline's gridiron vocabu 176 499 lam The strength of the Battery aggregation might well be estimat 755 2242 ed by its showing against the strong Katona, Iowa, team Turkey 146 4432day. The Davenporters lost,. 6 to 166 470 , 0, and it was only a brealcaof the 116 371 game that gave the home team the 134 388 !victory. Katona was predicted to 161 493 :beat the Soldier eleven decisively. Two weeks ago the Moline In 723 2165 dians played a 6 to 6 tie with Ka flona. The Indians did no better 119 328 I than hold their own. This compari 183 484 son is an indication that tomor 185 490 ,row's tilt will be a terrific fight 128 481 I and a battle well worth seeing. 169. 499 i The fact that the apembers of the --, two contesting teams tomorrow are 784 2282 playing football because they love i the game insures the fans of a 147 420 !real struggle. The money they Ir,4 450 i make is of secondary consideration. 166 465 !Boys that work six days a 'Peek. -144 449 then practice from three to four 204 .628 nights of the week and play on the alleged day of rest, must love the 816 2312 game. This is' the case with to - i morrow's contestants. 134 403' 118 365 The Indians 4411 enter the fray in fairly good condition. Kimball has 135 442n been unable to attend this week's 155 494 138 4411 drills because of his bunged up , ankle and may not don a suit but and Versluis will alternate in 4 678 21461the backfield. Brindley will be at quarter and Blancke and Alsene will probably start at the halves, , !with porge!ison at fullback. e Indians wUl have a slight weight allvantage, according to uly'figures submitted by managers of .thetwO teams, hut the Battery claims to attain its success with speed. None of Battery B's men was in by jured in the Turkey day' fray. 5tar The tilt is scheduled to start at 2:30.. Competent officials have been hired. It should be a good game, one well worth any funs' time has iren and money. SOMEBODY SAVES MONEY IN GOTHAM New York.--The popular idea that the term "New Yorker" is synonymous with prodigality in expenditures for unimportant things, extravagance in dress and style of living and outlay for bright, light amusements, is re futed by ' some significant figures just kompiled by the Merchants' association. On July 1, 1922, the savings banks of New York held on deposit $2,069,779,824.85, representing ac counts of 1,680,625 depositors or more than one out of every tour of the entire population. , I "These figures," said the state ment, "are as significant relatively as positively. They prove that the habit of thrift among thé wage I earners in tile city has grown enor mously during the last twenty-five 1 , "In 1897 the hooks of the NeW York savings banks showed depos its of a total of 0529,907.24135. The it actual deposits in that period have therefore multiplied almost four: n , AR JONES times. Within the sake period thel number of depositors has increased LW, "A. . from 1.222,366 to the total as lindi rated above. It is true that the, 1609 Second Ave. increase in unbars of accounts is T, '6101,11,1 V a Có 0.. 'sad Widow-- Km Ida. Maws al Saab. Dears Maeda and matt" MMEMAgintab et ad anat. -11ardilded vulgar Soaring aad deal- - am ld clam 321 and W.j Etght dietb ,m1101,m BERNSTEIN GETS -BETTER- CHANCE TO SHOW CLASS .t 4 --- Yonkers Kid Rising in Lightweight Class. ,. BY FAIR PLAY.. - .(Copyrigbt, 11022, by The Argos.). New York, Dec. 2. One week from Monday night Jack Bernstein, i the finsational Yonkers I bruiser, Iwill git a real chance . to show . whether he is actually a light weight contender. Bernstein is bookad for a 10- round affair with Eddie (Kid) Wag ner,,,of Philadeißlita. Not that the I lane? is such. a wise, but he has !had a Ica of experience and if 1 Bernstein can stow him away the Yonkers boy will have stepped that much farther along the road' that reads to fame and much money. - , . This ',Milkers lad looks to the -writer, who has seen him in his last two batles,.to be a real comer, He has yet to feel the swipe of a sleep producing wallop in fact .has never been "knocked off his feet in a scrap. His outpointing of Elino Flores by a margin as wide as the international high seas limit wasmost impressive. It will be remembered that the judges bad on heavily stnoked glasses that eve ning and called the bout a draw. Then more recently, when he beat Pal . Moran at the Commonwealth club, the fans atm the experts be gan to look him over real critically. Club promoters said today they consider Bernstein one of the best drawing cards among all the light weights around these diggings. He is willing to mill it and does. He has shown clever footwork and us ually good defense for a man of his comparatively short experience. He has always been in fine physical shape when he figfits and is per sonally a very likeable chap. If he can only keep from letting his success go to his head, instead of keeping it behind his punches, he is .sure to be one of the best pros pects developed this winter. The. same night of tne Bernstein Wagner bout' there will be three other ten-round battles at the Gar den melee. Sammy Mandell, Chi I cago, will meet Harvey Bright, who I casually announced today that he Ielpects to be one of the escort twhich will acCompany the bruised form pf Mandell to an ambulance !train after the fight. Both boys rill weigh in at about 124 pounds. Charley Beecher and Frank Gar 1 cia of Los Angeles will perform in the third, and Irish Johnny Curtain of Jersey and Pee Wee Kaiser of 1 St' Louis will met in the fourth of the scheduled ten round affrays. It is most fervently to be hoped 1 that the French boxing federation idoes not crawfish on its Wing that barred Slid from the ring forever, as cable reports of today report. yrhe game can very well get along 'without Siki and his kind. In fact, it will have ta clean out all such rowdies as Siki if it is to survive the never-ending opposition to it. MUM tervenuy to oe nopeu 1 i the French boxing federation! (Special Correspondence.) ' not crawfish on its rvling thatl Bishop Hill. III., Dec. 2.--Biabop Ext SIM from the ring forever, Hill was again defeated at the M able reports of today report. I W. A. hall in a game of basketball game can very well get along 1 with Cambridge by the one-aided out Siki and his kind. In fact,. score of 38 to 16. The game yea ill have tO clean out all such:fast, but rather rough at times. The des as Siki if it is to survive 1 box score follows: never-ending opposition to it. l BISHOP ii.,-- FG. FT. T. P. PT. !Falk, rf. 1 0 0 0 2 I Hedstrom. lf. .. .5 0 0 0 10 not commensurate with the in crease in population, but a signifi cant fact appears in the per capita comparison. 'rhe depositors of 1897 showed an average savings account of $432.51 while the deposi tors of today show an average sav ings deposit of $1,231.55. "Those. who analyze the signifi cance of figures may draw ,various deductions of interest from these remarkable showings which are newly assembled, but any argu ment tending to show that New Yorkers in general are a wasteful lot would have some difficulty in maintaining itself unchallenged. -- DIE:NN REJECTS OFFER. I St. Lbuis, Mo., Dec. 2.--The St.1 Louis Cardinals have offered S25,- 000 and five players for Joe Miley,. shortstop of the, Baltimore Inter national League chit), but Jack Dunne, manager of the Orioles has refused to consent to the deal, ft was learned today. NEW WATER RECORDS. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 2.---Johnny Weismuller made new world rec ords in the 40-yard dash and the 110-yard swimming event, and Missl Sybil Bauer lowered her record for4. the 100-meter back-stroke to 1:24.1 20 ' OFF ON ALL SPORT GOODS 14-Day Sale Now On For Good Music for ' Dancing and , - Entertainment Call BIACK HAWK NOVELIT FIVE , Phobes 5580-2371 , 40 1 e. ' 1 , . I , , . ;IV-lb . -AmtLiLi,irg7-1:-::-. mob '..4 (......,4, I ,I . 4111 OFNE Uffg7 . SCIIEDULESOF 17e 1110 10 TEAUS s TO BE DRAFTEU , 1 Til liar -,-, .a , Renew with. ola aid , tha voules for the WO IY at a metal, and athletic sk for track meets iS8i011 also sok ' the confer's All swimming am ant led. lop cleared tor Aw iviiLliiiiiege:vidoire)cttrclienelhilldistisliaeehtset.iithistrbi00:81111:1:esnwegnetiellitaasmilieeu4Dalnisa,thin:e8dbeket18:nirogetsetotritur:unintoellinlita'aades:hi:pedtblett:bm1; '...10.61.4.1butecoillgilictlillchlukiPligrarnsyd' nal 1.d14,,11 ; it was regard it Chicago leig wore will arrange a whet take the mate Med 1adger schedule lit roversy betwee , relative to the Ilith aotwrrapent:nygneuent,, malism made by 1117,8, the midst of the lath at least datet thwteal or arrangement ' hely 2ago, while Iowa ill ation an invite- 0 n another .gatie est season. . , open its net 000 seating co, seek to, sr- 'AI schedule. - ford aduate manager legit, Tech, at- t a: with a 'view ct n E with Illinois in ros ta. 4 t ;E1N, atm - 4 it! noToRT , D1 ;pondetwe.) Dec. 2.--Bishop aated at the It Al le of basketball ow r the one-sided ron The game wet Ir. ;h at times. The ( he G. FT. T. P. PT. how 0 0 0 2 last 0 0 0 10 Lox o o 1 Pau o 0 0 ham 0 9 0 0 Batt oars 0 0 1 10 t Nt 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 14 el 0 0 0 12 A O 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 38 A Vincent, Cant- K. en Harry D. por ScorerP. E bee den ' be the 111.1St 2ee' Pre wit ' of time of the ire ings for the pui put down. wb oors mast be lia - tar mough about ) most Of it , Department has prepared what woods floors, how and care for rugs. carpets. ngs. and how t hem. or carpets ion this Year , be a great rely free.'Our ft. nt at ion Iftl e a copy for lers who fills Le coupon be ?. cents in turn Postage. e and address 'LASKIN. tor, land Argu8 L Burea n, D. C. free copy of 'Floors and gs." , esrefttorit ......... I . ......... rhet7ril L. A ' ;' CAB RVICE . R. Is 230 1 -; chicaito Seeks to Anew with 'Hellman, Minnesota ant Ualsersities, , I Chicago, Dec.. 2--(13y the atm.,' I ciated Presall--Scheoules for the , tiez3 "Big Ten" gridiron seasoetine be drafted here today at a meethit ' of football coaches and athletic dli, rectors. The dates for track levels . and the baseball session also will 1.be arranged and the conferees I championships in swimming add ' track will be awarded. 1 The decks were cleared foe Aw i schedule makers after the meetiage 'last night of athletic directors asd faculty representatives. The tee. Silty representatives this morning met to consider suggestions clierei by directors and to define the statusiof inter-sectional games, ' SpeCulation as to the makeup of 1 Ithe 1923 football schedules is guess, work until the coaches announce 1 , their selections, but it was regard. i ed as probable that Chicago wig ' I seek to renew relations with Mid ! igan, Minnesota and Iowa, whet' I Wisconsin probably will arrange tgame with, Iowa to take the plus ; of Illinois on the Badger schedule I Illinois probably will be dropped I because of the controversy betwees ' the two institutions relative t0 tie charges of professionalism made by both universities in the midst of the last football season. I , 'The intersectional contests ler the next season will be arranged at today's meeting, at least datei will he left open for arrangemut of the games later. , Princeton probably will open In gotiattons for another tweeyear 1 agreement with Chicago, wheaten has under consideration an invita tion to meet Yale in another.gage in the Yale bowl next season. , Illinois, which Will open its net stadium with a 65.01)0 seating ca pacity next fall. will seek to, ar Irange an attractive sehedule. - Frank Herren. graduate manager Iof athletics at cHrnegie Tech, at tended the meeting with a view ct i arranging a game with Illinois le ! be played at Urbana. CAMBRIDGE IN CAGE VICTORT , Bergren. c. 0 0 1 I Anderson. rg. 0 0 0 0 0 Nelson, lg. 0 0 0 0 Totals 8 0 0 CAMBRIDGE Bristol, rt. 4 0 0 8 Richel, It. 7 0 0 014 Peterson, c. 6 0 0 0 12 Combs, rg 0 0 0 0 0 Otto, lg. 2 0 0 0 4 Totals 19 0 0 0 38 RefereeEdward Vincent, Cali bridge. Timekeeper. Harry D. Hunt, Bishop Hill. ScorerP. E Mÿrtengren. plyrtengren. "The Floors Must Be' Fixed" lust at this time of ,the year new coverings for the lbws must be put down. Perhaps the floors must be refinished. - If you knew enough about )t, you could do most of it yourself. The Department of ArgfIculture has prepared a-booklet telling what woods are suitable tor floors, how to finish, stand and care for floors, all about rugs. carpets, and other coverings. and how to take care of them. If your floors or carpets need any attention this year. this booklet wilt be a great help. It is entirely treelOur Washington Information Bu reau Will secure a copy for any of our readers yam tills out and mails the coupon be low. Enclose 2 cents in stamps for return postage. Write ypur name and address clearly. i FREDERIC J. 'LASKIN, Director, The Rock Island Argus Information Bureau, Washington, D. C. I enclose herewith twO cents in stamps for return , postage on a free copy of the booklet "Floors and Floor Coyerings." 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