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' .-.,-m . TTir ' TP-TP: XT) WMrV. . : r taM kv .: . J J. CIS IR?i3TTEAr.li JZau, XBtait Kaeesky, Itwr j Cwtaer, Koto Due, ea . , . TWri Te f WILIER CAMP; JltinM by Permlssidn of Col Hew. The National Weekly.) it Lrerjr flrst-class football team, a f' aer. has. lust as does a man, a 'Jin marked Individuality of Its ; f -!., The great characteristics of! V all-American team, as It stands a-oee. are: ,. j 1 fJti evenr man on.lt has proved ! t'-Mlf in contesu this year not f e-.r able tn play bis own position I .bat -to diagnose situations and to I ct under emergencies. 2. Power be actual tnrust 01 this team, Jine and backs, would be eo powerful as to steadily wear down , any. defense that was pre sented to1 them, and by sheer force 'driver tber opponents into submis-, In." ' ! everythlue go. Each man of the emcui sbi luio kiuu ui Dpaib av-j vetopea to me nigaesi uegree auu , each, man has demonstrated it on j the field. i Now as to the particular breadth i jf -ability of the team as thus put together, we have these features: Practically every man in the back Held Is a threat, not of one kind of attack, but of three, while in the J Hue .we, nave enas wno can oiock; tackles; tackles who can. get the: jtupp on their guards and theu j clean up the secondary; guards who can open holes, can take part ; in further interference, and a cen-.j ter accurate and steady in his pass ing, and still instantly usetul alter ' his pass is made. We have ends! snectailv.aileDl in taking a forward L pass without .checking their stride,: F ikinv it in nlttinst. unv ancle and ' instantly sensing the position ot; tni ppunouts and uodging or get- ' Uif uvuay. Atl tour ot tue back-! tieti men cau tnrow the puss or go through ana leceive it, and they are ' strong .-chough oh their feet not to' beumni.(i or unsteadied in this pait orrhe play. j i.fkk lireat Defensive Eleven. Turning now to the defense, the ends can cover any kick and pre vent their run-back, 'the backs are. kickers, and one of them the best in the country to place the pun, according to conditions. Hence, defensively, this team is able to transfer the play for the full dis tance of the kick and hold the op-, ponents at the spot. No one is like ly to get a run-back on these men; and bear in mind that tbls run back was the deciding factor in the ! Harvard - Yale and Army - Navy gantes this year as well as the Harvard-Yale game in 1921.. When it conies to the. scrimmage, it would f be. Indeed a powerful offense which anould penetrate tne middle 01 tms line, and our tackles have through out the season cut a wide swath in j-prejventing plays coming over their positions, wnue our enus nave Dotn bee particularly noted for driving plays in toward the tackles and guards, as well as sifting through tn. Interference and getting the rubber if he tried to come to the outside. ' At to. lie forward-passing game, djf linemen are adepts in hurrying the .passer and all-our back-field mil have made reputations as in tefirpters of passes, so that the side throwing ' them, instead of L retflnr-galoi, has in a good many H cases ot - only lost the ball, but lost consiaeranie yaruage at. tne same time. .. STaylor of the Navy - shone all I : OUT OUR WAYB Williams I y , ' ' ' ..... .. - - ; f lmrcyt(' ' t-qo cold per nxjr7N. I ' I 1 XX TTVIIKI 1-1- rftAlvl -Ti TL-1 I I . . - - i. . L v . I 1 t V SOS V WIN HUT m 1 HEV, vyELL. I WHAObO . I I ;-w,.rww .r..-.- . iV III VDU IMHMK 1. rvi . I H rO' . SOO ORDERED ! "TOO Ml CV, ao qttao 9 ' r V COLD lb WORK OUT WERE.: ; k& - V; UIH) I AIT5GAGERS TUP r CJrs,lMCr- WATT U MAM UAH TO CrETAJDNCr- . fVN WITMOUY HIS SHAMTV OK-mATf REAL COLO DA(. wUl VACATldllOFF Coaea Swedberg DrilUag tkargm for Contests of Wlseon- . . sin Trip. L LI N 'EM , BY . r. MASGCL8D0BF. G Vacation may be vacation to some I people, but for the Augustana bast I ketball squad there is no letup. - Although the majority of students at the Lutheran institutions, are home enjoying the merry makings tot the, Cbristmastide and have nothing on their minds but their hats, it is different with Coach Swed berg's bunch of cage artists. - Art is drilling nis men two nours each atternoon. He Is taking no chances on his squad getting out ' WU, well, wed-rWe simply have to lesvtnte tnis.. The L L. leagae secretary has ewt lease vwita anetker harrage f thus. Last week ke slippe! p en kfs nsnal eastern of initial lag "tW the eewlers, amaag them being several wttk ditto ' snnunaea. Along comes friend ' P. h. L and aUps as a line or ,two abeat said slip-ait, and the , honorable secretary evidently thought somebody was . trying to kid seaiebedy else. 'Anyway, ' saM sleretary eeatea back last ;wek ad hangs a couple of ' Initials on- everyhody-v-ail bat the v -Kats" and tne teams' naaMS,i;f 'vl:i- We don't know whether he thinks all the bowlers in his league are' iaawteam, or leagae. We hope this to . dear. . QUICK 8ALE,s5aIL PKOFIT. . Xoey has an agate for sale Whlek (be says) wU get every Alt he asks, Is what It costs f las a dlaw for breaklag It in. GOIIZ AG A GIVES 17EST VIRGINIA LIVELY TUSSLE Easterners Forced to the Limit to , Win - San 'Diego Game by ..2t to 13 Score. San Diego, Cal., Dec. 26. la . smashing battle,, featured by foc- - The Elks have again started on a mr. ,. ,. " , u winning streak. After dropping ' ZJJ ,east . the odd game in . three stiaight-VSLSLZ tm' series, the Bills have won the lastii1 le,8t'r?ah.en. est Vlrgml two and-theVre still on ton. " ",.B..,,u"B"!"ieu e,even or condition so. tnat upon tne re- twins,-or if he is afraid the gen sumption of school it will be just ( eral public might be under the im like beginning ail over again. He is fortunate in this respect. I in tnat witn tne exception 01 two I players, His squad is uiaae up en- Walter Camp's AH America Team End . . . . . Tackle .. Guard ... Center .. Guard ... Tackle .. End ..... Quarter . Halfback Halfback Fullback First Eleven. , . . . .TAYLOR, Annapolis . . . . . TREAT, Princeton . .'. . ... SCHWAB, Lafayette .". . . . , . . .GARBISCH, West Point .. . . . HUBBARD, Harvard ... . . THURMAN, Pennsylvania . .'. MULLER, .California .... . .LOCKE, Iowa . . . . ... .... . ... KAW, Cornell . . . ......... ,...K1PKE, Michigan ..-r...... . . . .JOHN THOMAS, Chicagt Second Eleven. . KIRK, Michigan. . ....... WALDORF, Syracuse .... . CROSS, Yale ............ . BOWSER, Pittsburgh . . . SETRON, W. Virginia . .NEIDLINGER, Dartmouth . BOMAR, Vanderbilt . SMYTHE, West Point ... . . MORRISON, California . . . OWEN, Harvard .... BARRON, Georgia Tech. . t Third Eleven. . KOPF, Wash, and Jeff. 3EL0W, Wisconsin. ' Jd'MILLEN. Illinois. i PETERSON, Nebraska. .DICKINSON, Princeton: GULIAN, Brown KADESKY, Iowa. Uteritz, Michigan. .JORDAN, Yale. BARCHET, Annapolis. CASTJCER, Notre Dame. ttreiy of tri-city stqdenta. iesef;-tlbn might aot be amiss at this two players in question are Ogueii Johnsouj of Wausau, Wis., and" Connie Aronson of Des.aiolnts. The'Augie mentor has ; lhsiructeu both to return to Rock lsiado not later than Wednesday of tals week. The object of inis . continual grind is two-fold. ' Wnile yistruc presion that some of the boys are bowling under assumed names, j Mac" McNeill of the Honk ers team, t'lty leagae leaders', copped ' the weekly cask prize at the, Island City alleys with a count of iMC. Mae s high score beat Bryaa Kane out ol the prise, as "Beak" was lead ing' the list with a score f to. We think a Uttle informa- jtne near Atlantic section, ueleatej jJlionzaga of Spokane, Wash., 21 in. . , . , . ,r. The game was staged by the Stn Diego Atuletic anu Recreationni committee and was held in the np , stadium, whicn was wea niled with ' i3,vuu spectators. It was an Interesting battle anil toward the finish the crowd, which' tor the most part was non-partisan, was witu Gonzaga, wnicii scored ail its points in the second half. At time, therefore we resDeelfnllv announce that the universal .practice In regard to a team's " iinenp isto use an Initial oily when two or more of the same' saraames are members of the A word might be said here about Icently took up bowling, has been sJart ' ne ame l looked as if Icomiifg along at a fast Clip Bnd ; the Mouniaineers would be easy we predict that he's going to be a ! T,u"ers' l"vr, aL"reu " U real shooter - before son rolls around. another Sea- Spill 'Em. yonr staff to Spilling ons were elvfti tn wamn tun n ii4 met Dempsey at Toledo. Now comes over the boi.day period, yet if caul word from me "west coast"that jess be saidwitn assurance tnatJnein-l' Jttst tAin't 11 wonderful: bers of the squad are only human and tnat they, in all probaoimy, succumbed to the temptation ot tent on getting-'the ill results .of this dissipation eliminated s quiet ly as possible. ;'- - - . ! Secondly, only a- little Over one 'It is significant that of all the promoters Tom O'Kourke is the only one who is doing any talking. Christmas, goodies. SweuDerg is inl omeDD1i p'a"s are ln PrBre8S But all 'except O'Rourke are lying low, until they see' what Governor Smith intends to do concerning the week is left before the. Norsemen , T. Jf ' lu begin their barnstlrmmg tour of 'Lt Wisconsin. Some of tbeTest teams &Z "2? Yee, hS" in tne Badger state have bAn slat- L f!m 8aI "J eft? "SJ. ed to onnose the-vneie ha8Ktors ne Is possessed of a very hopeful i, 'it886! nature, .nside -dope argues that . i Tnm has . hsn in the pink ot concition. 1 t,wedber 18 DUttinS hli?4. look forward to seeing the champ en through sunie rmi vmruntiisit? : . " ' . K men through some real workouts wis wees ue is aisu laaing precau tion tnat they are not overworked. nearing HAWAII BOASTS OF GRID TEAM Unrterslty at Honolulu Defeats Po. College . Sqaad by moua Score 25 to 6. Honolulu, T. H. Dec. 26. The things' University, of Hawaii won. its first straight and that" New nork can victory at football over a mainland 'p,i wool, will the r,,,.,;"t,"" UCU BUIUU1C. suortentQ consiueraoiy, prouabiyto one hour. . ' s ' ? ' Every' phase of the game will be given us due attention. itie Augie liientpr is pleased with the snowiug of .his squady iu the season's hrt.. two encounters, but there are stiu some faults .which need to be erad icated. . I. t. J .. . l . 1 i L of .the home tor' the aged, and """ " uclco,-cu l"c champion of the world in a Key-'colleBe eleven from southern Cali fornia, 25 to 6, here yesterday. in tne nrst nair. one of tieJe- scored- resulted in an intercepted' forward pass by Captain Mereuitn, Who scampered .70. .yards fur i touchdown. West Virginia (21). Gonza (13), Hawkins.) re...... Ie, Neeakti Meredith (cj rt. . .It, Calioon, Cyre Mahan, Quarles, .rg...lg liuach (c) Phil Hill, c. c, Murray Setron, lg , rg, Grant Howard, Quinlan, It. ..rt, Ashmort ' Grah'm, Pierre Hill,' le. .re, Flau'rty Ekberg, Bowers, tjb ,. ' , ,qb, Pecarovich, Sweeney Simon, Barnum, rh : .V,. n..lh, Bross, Garrity Nardacci, lh.v, rh, Stockton ' Martin, fb fb, Skeale Touchdowns Nardacci, Meredith, Simon, Stockton, Bross. Goals from, touchdowns Ekberg (3), Stdcktoa. Referee Eckersall (Chicago). Um pire Thorp (Columbia!. Field Judge Dr Rosenthal (Minnesota). Head linesman Van Surdam (Marietta). Christmas Savings club now v open. .Rock Island Savings Bank. Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors (Continued from Preceding Page.) Fred Ohlen ... ..... Mrs. C. J. Thompson through the season, but particular ly in . the renn state ana Army games. His catching of passes is uncanny, and his driving in. of plays sent in his direction- is strik ingly good. He Is remarkably fast down the field. Cannot be checked, and slows down nicely to meet his man. " Muller of California is the most deft man in the country in the art of shifting through interference and finding the man with the ball. Although he begins by torcmg m ninv in turn in. owine to his weight and power, he is not content with that, but, it he sees nts cnance, shoots through the protectors and snaps his man. Treat of Princeton is or tnat rangy, powerful type essential iu the modern game. But he is. also particularly strong in diagnosing the play quickly and in never be ing drawn too far out of position. Thurman of Pennsylvania, like Treat; is fast and powerful, with an intense fighting spirit developed to the extreme by the fact that he has had to be the bulwark of an eccentric line and stand up against heavy pounding. ' .went to the top 'of "his trinmnh back Jld 1 Has Punch. j when he piloted bTs team "from Schwab of LafayStte was, as of quarterback positfcn. His direction old, the same exceptional combina- .of the play in the Ohio State eame tion of power and speed. He is a:was remarkable, and, in audition guard who is never , anchored, andjiu 22 running attempts he mad:i one of the cleverest linemen i.n the an average gain of nve varda in country in drawing his opponents 1 each attempt out of position and in , deceiving J- Kaw of Cornell needs little intro them as to the point of attack. i duction after his work of the lat Hubbard of harvard was the two. years. To those who have not outstanding man on the Harvard seen him- play, however it should line this year, and he is patterned be said that he htaSanSiffi Selte-r f a r1 ideal center in a field of good men, , former. He is of a more wirv ivM and the added asset of his drop.-: than my other backs, and requires kicking s the factor in his finally aitmor care in handling, Ibut " he supplanting all others; that mar- makes up for this in bis efceptU vexous 45-yard kick, partly acro3 al speed and dodginir Qualities the wind and at a difticult angle in; JoThoLaTchicago ha that the Navy game, made the three rare art of carrying through his points that eventually, as things charge with his feet still unde? .turned out. settled the Army-Nayy him, ready for a further drive contest iWhen he strikes be strikes hard. Locke Is Star. - bat he has still a later thrimt nr Le.of Ira,,the great p,unB- Power: so thai the orainar check me back and end runner, was a in a line does not stop his forward star on attack and defense, and progress. .- . suort passes will be used almost i . All of which is respectfully sub- peter Krai t entirely by the Lutherans and miued. j. k. Host-rater ' O. E. CHILD, - ICiifiord Roberts L. E. KENNEDY, .1- - I joe Waiters ... M. A. TITTEKLNGTON, Martha lnlose . L. A. SCHAVE, - I Alice McCinn ., 1 , Committee. 1 aiaiy E. Lo.Hns The ways" -and, means committee Mary Auams ... report- Aiiuns lea.es . i A. C. Carrico ... 15.00, MOLINE TOWNSHIP. 61.00! (Hospital.) as.oo ! Arthur Lofqu,st mucj running the floor and pas-j ing the leatuer is in line. The passing of his. men iq thev previous : games has been gratifying to sweuberg, but there is still room fcr improvement' . , Atteunon ,will , be given to the presented the following defense, and-plays to break the op-i which was adopted: posing team's defense will be disn-i ed out. State of. Illinois, Rock C j, , M'lsconsin Trip. 1 pnnntv M i - . . ' . - . I.Margaret Metz ............ I i' Board of Bnnervisors. December ' .. . " Three games have been closed '.term. A. V. wa. , "t,nrt-n, ' VuSln - "hH .i Mr, chairman and Gentlemen of ! a. Wu ams . 1 1 '. I . ! . complete itinerary will be deflniteWthK hWarrf f .t.nri.nr.- , t. Jtr ZLJIZ k r aL. . . W Wl I W iour comiuiiiee ou ways ana mrm. r. onwuar ly knowri by the end ot the week, Uarmtatia unionraii.. 0 Ul.nH" w mr r i.r"".u. l means would reaneottuUy report Lulu Routte the eame to be nlaved Monrtv. Jan the tollowing members and ot- Mrs. Wm. tteverling- s nthr arhnnu h9 titers of the board are entitled to ed games and some ot whom wUithe amounts set opposite their re-( David bwathwood probably be played are Lake For-' fpective; -names, tor attendance at, rank Beinke ... rest. Rinnn Wanlfoaha Slw.n'. 1 "W.oer mteunj, a. u. ""'i11 DU"1UBJ 18.00 Lida De avge' 1.50 cmeline Autua 52.00 JacK Vines ' 12.75 t-ugeuc t.iaasaaw 24.00 HtieU De roe 3.2b j vm. S. comas ........... - ls.oo ! teo. oeiuier ... 4.0 J! mis. i-iaus Kolarik ...15.00 j vioia ioin ii).20 j Neal Ryai (child) 8.00 1 (Betnany Home.) 12.00 ! Frank Smitn rranK MarK . - 65.00 Aaw Aewkirk 32.00 1 iiUajNew kirk 4.U0 - ueneva York k. . . . . 24.00; vioia York 8.00 1 Mary York v 13.0ojn.uuu liriuittt Winifred Itterritt .......... lio.vo - (Private Homes.) Island Marv "ettener ...... ;Mrs.-H. B. Hnulmister 135.00 bl.OD -0U 17.4H A.ou 182.0V -4.00 .uu 39.00 ;;.oj i.va 21.00 15.00 24.86 ' ;..uo Point, Beloit and Lawrence. FLAYERS SEEK GAME CONTROL Xftier Leaguers Want to Know 4 They Can Come Into l ulon . -j re Urganlsation. rr ' il if BT JOH.V B. FOSTER. (Copyright, 1922, by The Argus.) T w. York, Dec. 26. The first ob ject of the new players' union Is not' to be the forcing of additional pajr. The players wish some say In;, the government of the game. That has been their cry for years, although there never has been a concerted effort to obtain it since the days of Dave Fultz. .There is no doubt the players lack; confidence in the government of the game as it is handled today. Tbjr hold that they are at the mercy of an arbitrary authority -which haa assumed control of them stave they signed their first con tntf. ; - To some extent that is true dtt to the reserve law which now controls the working destiny of thfasands as compared with the 32 BC& which came under its provig kt originally. Ills quite true that the use ot tkhr. power, has not always been Jutt., Some minor leagues have MM guilty ot treating players l b "miumuij moo wai m tne reason x the minor leaguers are inquir V whether they are eligible to berahip in the new union and r they will he taken caro of the Wg fellows" U they should ; i laor league players are not to t arred from, the aew union, but f -hay be some time before the leaguers are asked to Join. ' T" 0 bltM.kllVM. will k. rj,"- ... w quent changes among players of the smaller organizations It is harder to bring aboot organization in their ranks uian among the big fellows. Leach Hits .861. . The International league batting averages, published today, show 43 in the .300 class, with Fothergill of Rochester far in the lead with .383. His nearest competitor is Leach, of the same club with .361. Leach was purchased from Waterloo, Iowa, of the Mississippi Valley league. In cidentally, Rochester has eight players who batted .300 or over, and besides having the leading batter, has also, the bottom place in the .300 list, in Uaenon who had an even I'tnil Thn Rochester club's battine average is .302, Baltimore closely trailing with .301, and Newark in last place with .269. . ' . 3-YEAR RECORD OF BEARS CLEAN Only One tie Came Oat of 28 Cob. tests Checked: Against Call- ' foruiaXeam. OLD. TIME BALL PLAYER IS DEAD Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 26. Wes ton D. "Wes" Fisler, a noted base ball player of a half century ago, and first baseman, cf the orignal Athletics, died' in a hospital yes terday. He was about '81 years old. He Joined the Athletics in 1865 as an amateur and wifen the game began to grow in popularity, he accepted a salary of $1,500 a year.' He was a member of the Athletics in 1874 when that club and Boston made the first trip' to Europe of American ball players. Mr. Ftsler in his baseball days wore white cuffs and a collar and necktie. -He Lwaa known as the "Dandy" of the diamond. He retired from base ball in 1877 to enter business. San Francisco, Cal., Dec' 26. New chapters in the football his tory of the Pacific coasi were writ ten by tne University of California eleven during the last three sea sons, in whica it scored the reran! .breaking number of 27 victories without one defeat Only one game, that against Washington ana Jef ferson, was tied. The powerful California scoring machine, rated one of the strongest in the nation, piled up 1,220 points la its 28 games during the three seasons and neid its opponents, to 81 points. The Bears have scored 15 points to every l scored by an opposing team oyer the period. Next year may find a weaker team at California because eight of 'the Bear veterans, stars for three years, will be graduated in the spring. Among them are "Brick" Muller, all-American end; '"Duke" Morrison, whA ranks among the hfphpfit ftrarinV rnJlHftf.frot In n country, and Art Erb, quarterback, I one oi tne greatest neio-'generais ever developed on the cOaat ' , : Andy Smith, California coVm. hnvpmr haa Ji nnthar aIawom -. In preparation for next year which ob- BerrarB oeueve will taae IU place above the average western team. SPORTS - : ,v v-, . - FKEEDMAX BEATS BABkETT.' Philadelphia, Dec. M. Sailor Pteedman, of phicago, lightweight, won over Bobby Barrett of Clinton Heights, Pa hi an eight round bout, and Ad Htnna nf PhllHalnll A. rVL -" ? i-jiieMea ueoTge snaae, of California. --..j . . i mi m-u a ugm neavyweigni doul gies, 7 to 6 here yesterday by the margin of a successful dropkick after a touchdown. . Each team passed its opponent's goal line once. Pfersdorf, , substitute halfback, scored the counter for the Wildcats' in the first period. - Gilliland and Hobbs starred for the Wildcats, while Knowles, Schaub and Croft were prominent in the playing of the Aggies. in tne fourth quarter the balb Bee-saweo back and forth in the center of the field. Pfersdorf made a lucky punt and kept the ball away irom tne wildcats' territory. Both 1 iiT " 8 iorwrara passes i -t- O'ROURKE SURE HE WILL LAND MULDOON'S JOB Names. Ackerlind. C. L.. Audersoii, C. L.i ....... 1 Bailey, D. A. Beck, J. W. ... Benson, p.C. -. . . Beranea,' Frank UBlaser, . Albert . wraoiey, w. , Buck, Geo. Burgess, J. J. -. ... Butzer. CD. Child: O. E. ... tKtflandt, Wm. ..4 4 ..4 12 .... 1 Prospective Boxing Commissioner Already Planning Wlllard. ; Dempsey Bout. .' r BY FAIR PLAY. (Copyright, 1922, by The Argus.) New York, Dec. 26. With Merry Christmas, a thing of the past every body who Jias a eroucn arainut anybody has begun to snarpen up L-pton, John Einfeldt,. Zach. First, L. C. . . , Gerhardt, Wm. Groh, W. H. Hansgen, Wm. Hendien, H. M. Hofqr, Albert . Hogberg, Chas. Johnson, J. B. Kelly, James .'. Kennedy, Lloyd F. Days. Mi. Amt. ; amlla !- ...4 1 2U.10 Jessle bcnnniaker .:...) HOSPITAL. 20.40 j j. h. Mc Williams ...... 21.201s. H. Roberts. ' OA Ohien 20.10' Anna Kelly 21.20 h. D. Thompson 15.10 'Ed Black 20.40 joe Robertson 20.10 wm. Wnite 22.90 ; Burt .Benuy .....' 20.40 MaTy M. Kelly . .. 10.40 Lillian Frost 20.90 George Frost 20.40 Alberta Frost 21.20 joe Donavan , 17.00 : Leroy Maupin ..4 ..4 ..3 ..4 ..4 ..4 ..4 ..2 ..4 ..4 1 12 1 4 1 29 4 4 9 4- 3.87 3MM 3K.00 300 3D.V0 3!.00 39.U0 3a!ut) 39.00 3.00 2.00 6.'ia 9.00 .4 12 ......3 20 HIGH OFFICIALS ' ATTEND FUNERAL , OF BERNARD EIRE! Ypsilanti, Mich., Dec. 26. High officials of the state and educa tional world as well as gridiron stars of this and other years gath ered here today to pay the last honors to Bernard Kirk, star foot ball player of .the Unlveraity of Michigan, whose death resulted 5?turdy from an automobile acci dent .The funeral was held this marning at the home of Kirk's Da. rents. .. .. ,. . T ARIZONA BEATS UTAH AGS, 7-6 Phoenixr AH:. Dec. ArUaaa university defeated the .ytahv AC STE6ER, GRID f STAR, IS L017 the old' scalping kuife. , or one thing it appears today as though the Willard case is like ly to get into politics in New York. Tom O'Rourke, who celebrated his rise to public office, by bedeviling a poor humble newspaper, man, anl as a consequence was derricked out of his post on the New York ath letic commission, has got a lot of friends in this city. Tom is a Dem ocrat and his friends are' Demo crats. Anybody who had Demo cratic friends under this present administration in the Empire state was in about the same position, as a man with a costly fur overcoat in South Africa. It looked alright, but was not usefuL , But within a few days the 'Re publican administration in 'New York state Is going to take a long ride on the scenic railway. Here- is where Tom .O'Rourke will come In. Also Jess Willard. -j. '. - ' '; The present athletic commission headed by William Muldoon some months ago placed an age limit on boxers, saying no fighter over 38 years of age may indulge in a bout in -new zorx state. U KOurue risea to ask where Muldoon gets that i McNabney, Geo. F. Meyer, Cnas. Noah, D. B. Opdycke, C. C."... Palmer, R. W. ... Pate, W.-S. ...... Richards, J. H. ... Sensible, J. A. .... Schave, L. A. . . . Simp'son, .David S. Schilljager, W. H. Skinner, Fayette . Starr, Harry : . Stroehle, Geo. .... Styvaert, Frank P. Titterington, M. A. Vinton, L. A. . . . . . Watson, Tbos, 4 35 Whitney. Wm. 4 9 Yolton, M. J. '. 4 17 ..... 1 ...2 1 ...4 12 . . .4 4 ...4 1 ...4 20 ...4 4 ...3 15 .'..i 12 ...3 4 ...4 20 ...4 25 ...4 6 ...4 2 ...4 10 ...4 4 ...4 11 ...4 4 1 ...4 2 1 ...4 1 .4 4 .4 18 .4 4 J. C. Smitu 10.10 Ruth Schumaker 20 4o' TRANSPORTATION. 20l0iMary Petterer, 2200 Marv 'tterer 20 40 ' ank ' Hanson lg'5()!Fred Ralston 2L20 BURIALS. 15.40 A. C. Williams 22.00 BETHA.VY HOME ASSOCUT1UN. zz.ao v. ;iD i.:j oq to 38.00 39.00 sa.oj! 2 Richard Hallcr 20.20 21.00 20.40 21.10 " "u'Moseoli, Dollie . Total 7. ' GEO. B. BUSK, ' ; . FAYETTE H. SKINNER, A. L. BLASER, Committee. Upon motion the board ad . ; l . a, a. HUBBARD, Marvin Ossinger Everett Ossinger Georgia Schaustall Mow ttnh.lfBtnil zu-40. Geneve Guynn . Margaret M. Wright . Margaret Dorring .... vn'ift Onrille Brown inla Pauline Gerlus J"- i Marjorie Webster . . . ,?X Jerome Williams .... Leon; Williams .... Ruth Williams , . 39.0J 017X1 Harvey Emmerson miu ovuvuuiacr . .......... Howard Stogenberg 20.20, Baby Kracen S.00 ' jjouuniCK trans Villa ' .4.00 ' josepnipe FranK Vina 9t.i0 ivenuetn Keppier ii.vo ' uoiotby Huuer j Louisa Huoer 214.30 jvnbert Wiley 222 75 James Wlley 129 50 Jidward "ey 207o!'Manon Vvi,ey - iu..i SOUTH MOLINE. f 5u Waeyaert, August marine, waittr Carlson, Airred t rail K, Hose 20.SJ le Walie, August 49 60 ' taymoiia 49 00 Algrea, August 49 50. Scuincaei, Aitred 50 i 5 schnichel, uertua 1350 barren, frank 2x 75 ' Hichel, Antliouy 4125 .Clift, Grace ; Olson, Fred ! Olson, Arvld ' 41:25 ( oispn, Arline . . ; o-0''Berger, Leia .80 Mercy, Andrew 3.00 Johnson, C. A i Minnernin, Alike 50.00 ' Kropine, Barabra Ktjssi, Kocim Andrews. C. f HAMPTON TOWNSHIP. '. Schnable, Rosa 0 rjosSie. Mary Roco 347.76 Holliss, Ida 8849 Land, Helen .127.42 115.W 104.00' 54.00 39.OU 140.93 loM HM 3U0 MAO 22.44 ; o0.il) 33.00 as.oo 42.00 12.S4 S.3i. 22.0J 24.00 21.00 39.00 00.94 507.44 UM 13.80 2.00 30.00 1 rin.ri rv nr vu .Ji Etaskiic, Mrs. Sam uuuuiJtu, w.iitiatu .$818.40 39.00 39.00 39.00 33.00 22.29 MOLINE TOWNSHIP POOR. Dorious. Thompson .... Mrs. Peter Sogers : . . Orville Armstrong . . . : . Pricella Baker John Nordstrom ....... Johannah Oakerberg .. Elsa Almqulst , r. ..... XleUgah Ralfhack in Ckkage Hospital Saffertag Freai , Operatlea. . V hJct0 2t-Herb Stager. half-back On thfa vaar'a Th.l.i.- of Michigan football team, was re ported in a critical wMitfrm today at a Ohlcago nospttal where he is receiving treatment- ter relief from aPPengClrla. He wu itrMm l..t faad,cejat4lnpoB. A-,,.. ., . 1- i:nnncv tJirrE. The following are the names of ! f?" stuff, affirming that Bflly Muldoon' ETTh 2 'i? h? ".TTi Matilda Carlson Nov. 30, 1922. nimseii was wresuing at a more advanced age than that and inti mating that if Muldoon doesn't look out, he nay learn he is beyond the age limit for the boxing commis sioner's Job. . O'Rourke, Also- states positively that the fans can rest assured that Willard and Dempsey: will meet at the Polo grounds next summer. Prospects of the battle are having a wonderful effect anon WlOaru. He is aettinc vouneer every d. Accofwtax To aafiialia a- ai.intf ttmnnr close V40, if'uot older -when he L. M. Hemdou with the amoknt of audraid, dur- "f" !erf ing' Jhe tbtee month period ending Elisa Cole ...... Mary Johnson jnvv& uuuu lunnonu-. i Mary Larson James Wllhite ............. 5.00 Frank Sheppard Lena Leidka ........ Ella Hayues-......... Minna Hatter WlUiaaa a Meyer ... Robert tof e Gus Fandrey jona uaai Vi' 7.50 Solia Richards 6.50 , Martin Petermah . . 4.00 i Hilda Sherman . . . . UOlHattie Bhelton ...... 3.00 i Mary Hogan 4.00 Carl Daciewics ... 3,50 Jane R. Vincent ... 4.00 George W. Moore . , 61.60 : Mrs. -August Claeys 3.00 1.02 57.00 7.00 45.00 25.50 18.00 19.50 15.00 15.00 12.00 9.00 22.50 15.00 15.00 22.00 31.00 69.00 - 12.00 4.00 ' 4.00 36.00 7.00 7.QP S.00 Nickerson, Joseph Allen, Tina May and Mildred Passmore, George 30.00 r 44.10 22S.3 6115 2710 5200 78.00 12.00 4.40 24.00 30.00 30.C0 an uru'K iumvii TnwN'SHlP- Gain. Casper 35 Wtjson, Orson McNeal, J. E ..... Heitheread, Henry Horton, Leona CORDOVA TOWNSHIP. Robinson, John Miller, A. C ZUMA TOWNSHIP. Laundit. Rene PORT BYRON TOWNSHIP. Jackson, C. L. t 29" BLACK HAWK TOWNSHIP- Pierce. P. M. 38-a ANDALUSIA TOWNSHIP. Kope, Clarence...... mJ COAL VALLEY TOWNSHIP. Hill. C. E. ...... .......A . "2?J Henderson, Mrs. Edna .... 1 ! Gobert, Mrs. Ctarles ..... 29. ia Published according to resoluuoa passed by the board of supervisors at its June, 1922, session. , 1 ... J. A. SCHAIBLE., . WM. WHITNEY. FAYETTE H. SKINNER, ' . ' BEN XL BENSON. f. ? - poor Claims committee.