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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1911.
SHOW REAL CLASS
High School Team in First
Game at Home Scores an
GALESBURG IS THE LOSER
Visiting Tram Overwhelmed by the
Rapid Powerful Play of Rock
Completely overwhelmed in all de-
partmnts of Saturday's game, Gales-
burg high school football eleven went
down in defeat before the crack team Durg game and was witnessed by a I emy team by a score or 24 to 3. The
of the local school. 44 to 0 The gameifairIy ,arg:e crowd Te locals ere game was played at the St. Ambrose
i outweighed by their opponents several gridiron. Several weeks ago the Dav
r ., ? . T. 8lan5 yty park an,d pounds but if the line had held better enporters were defeated in Aledo by
hundreds of hih school rooters took ; thev wou!d have made for the loss the con , but the revenge was
advantage of the first real game of the ; In weight Captain Pralt and Will i ample. The visiting team Saturday
season on the home grounds and aided lWhis!er Btarred for Roek l6;and. j was B identlcaj with the one tnat
by their rooting. Captain KittUsen's k-, v. u ,
men had an easy time of it all the way i
through and ripped off all sorts of;
plays for good gains. In the kicking
department the local captain had the
better of the argument as in other
things. The slowness of the officiate
kept the Islanders from making sever-;
al trick formations and possibly it is
just as well for Moline's e!evu wit
nessed the game from the sidelines. .
The result was an Immense surprise to ,
NO SCORE 1 KIRT.
Held scoreless in the first cp-.arter.
Rock Island hpvt the fall over
the line on the firt p!ay in the second
quarter. After that the scores plied
up quickly. Kittiisen went over the '
line twice. Mac.Manus twice. Salzmann
tiwee and Willet once. Ifui-h"s made,
fix out of seven goal kicks a:id the
other three points camp from a drop
ktck by Klt'i!s..-n F rwar l passes
&rkeil to perfection ;i:i! nee Mar-Mann.-
rot away for i yards nd a
touchdown on a very pretty pr.?.
Salzmann mMje lo:ir. lii.s tl:ro"s.h
tackle. Eery other player tha' l;ad a
chance at carrying the.da!! m;oie sub
stantial gains and it was M-id'-m that
Iloek Island had to punt. (
Kll IIM II Hl l. I KKIII KMI.V.
'in ffvera! punts Itoc k Islan-I's ends
were down the field in a hurry and re
coerd the ball When fliey failed at
that the (Jaleslcirg men were downed
in their tracks That is one of tiu-thir...-s
that counted heavily in the fin
;.l r, snlt.-. On defensive. ioe! Island's
in." was impregnable- and on offeriKc.
i.:e lioies which they tore in the C.a'es
bi:rg line were largely- responsi ve for
tlje loni; -rains ni;.de hy the back Prld.
it war simply n matter of tindinc 'he
hole for the runner and usually he did
The work of t"e hack lieid. and es
pecially of MarManua and Kiftilsen.
at spectacular, many o
oein jn vara or more, i ne w orK of t f.e :
line was brilliant at all stages Many
a play was stopped before it wa i
Started and several flaleb-n t; punts
Were blocked. The summary :
Sexton L.K Hamli'1
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Klttilsen Q Wright
MacManus L.H. Temple
Wright R.H Phillips
Willet F.B Ramier
Substitutes Brough, Whisler and
Score by periods:
Rock Island 0. 23, 9. 12.
GaJesburg 0, 0, 0. 0.
Touchdowns, Klttilsen (2). MacMan
us (2). Salzmann (2), "vVYllet. Goal
from touchdown Hughes, (six out of
seven). Drop-kick Klttilsen. Refe
ree Johnson. Davenport Y. M
j Umpire Bridge, GaleBburg.
judge Reticker, Rock Island,
i linesman Tagg, Rock Island.
, SECOUD TEAM LOSES.
The second team lost to the second
team of Moline Saturdav afternoon by
the 8Core of 12 to 0 Tte game wa3
'played as a curtain raiser to the Gales-
LA SALLE'S EAGLES
FALL BEFORE ILLINI
Moline Team Pile Up Count of 51
to O in Game VeMerday
Kor farcial exhibitions, the game at were registered in the final three quar
the Aethletic park yesterday after- ters.
noon between the lilini of Moline
and the La.alle Eacies takes the
prize. It ended ."5 to in favor of
the IHini. The Kagles lived up to
their name alrisbt enough and soar
ed all the way through the game. The
linemen flew high all the time and
It was a snap for the Moliners. The
lilini took advantage of the earae to
practice their trick plays for next
Sunday when they cii'it the husky,
Sprinc Valley elevc?) and as the line'
of the miners' team averages some
thing like 2''0. p is up to thP IP.ir.i
to slip around it. From the result'
of the plays yesterday it ouirht to be
Seven Brothers to Join Masons.
Medora, Oct. Z. Thousands of
members of the Masonic fraternity
in Illinois are making preparations;
to attend a special communication
of the order at Palmyra, 111.. Nov.
when the degree of rnns'er mason
will he conferred upon teven broth
ers. The brothers aro Charles. Al-j
bert, Morris. Kobert, .fames, Kdward
and William Hoss. They are all
farmers living near Palmyra. Mem
bers of the order say the meeting
will be unique in the history of Free-!
masonry. All were successful in
passing a clear ballot.
i' is in time ol sudden mishan or
a rident that Chamberlain's Unlmem
ran h) relied ,pon to fake the place of
,h farnilv rtoct0r. who cannot always
b(. f0,Ir.d at th- ronmfnt. Then it is
,(,., rh.mWlaii,'. I Inlmont .
I found wanting. In cases of sprains.
en's, wounds and bruises Chamber-
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and drives away the pain. Sold by all
CO., Tri-City Distributors.
ST. AMBROSE WINS
FROM ALEDO TEAM
Davenporters Secure Eevengej
for Defeat Administered by
William and Vashti.
FINAL COUNT IS 24 TO 3
Visitors Score First on Drop Kick but
After That Have Xo Chance
The St. Ambrose collegians tasted of
sweet victory Saturday when the team
defeated the William and Vashti acad-
j lar college were in the lineup to make
! the victory one worth gaining. The
Aledo team scored first. Quarterback ;
Barr making a drop kick from the 20 1
yard line in the first quarter after
scarcely five minutes of play. The
Dayenport boys were slow to strike j
; their gait, but once started the visi-;
, tors could not hold them, and four
j touchdowns and as many goal kicks
XO OA ME AT MOI.IME.
The Moline h'eh school team did not
play Saturday, Coach Burroughs and
Manager Fairchild thinking that the
team deserved a rest following five
victories In as many weeks. The ma-
jority of the players watched Rock 1
Island nlav. thoueh some of them were !
at the Davenport game.
I)VEMOHT HIOII WIN'S.
Davenport high school defeated Bur
lington high school 29 to 0 Saturday af- j
ernoon at the Davenport park. The j
game was a walk-away for the cross :
crer-k eleven, and throueh it all Bur-
lir,e,on never threater;ea tne Daven-
Northwest rn. 3; Wisconsin, 2S.
Minnesota, 21: Iowa. 0.
Michigan, ft; Vanderbilt. S.
Ohio State, 3; Wesleyan, 0.
Oberlin. 6; Case. 5.
Cincinnati. 6; Kentucky, (1.
Purdue, 5; Depauw. 0.
St. Louis. 24; Rolla, 6.
Michiean A. C. 2ft; Olivet. 3.
Kansas, 11 : Drake. 3.
Indiana. 12: Washington. 0.
Nebraska, 34; Missouri. 0.
South Dakota. 10; Denver. 0.
Marquette. IS: De Paul, 0
Knox. 9: I.ake Forest. 0.
Wyoming. ?.; Colorado. IS.
Butler. 4f: Moore's Hill.
Buchtei. 6; Marietta, n.
Hiram, C; Wooster. 0.
Uipon. 14: Northwestern. 0.
Culver, 27: Michigtn Normal, 3.
Washington. 17: Idaho, n.
T'fah Agcks. S; Montana, 0.
Beloit. U; Cornell, f.
Il'inois. f; Freshmen. 0.
Millikin. 2'1: Monmouth, n.
Notre Dame. SO; lyiyrjla. 0.
Ames. 21: Crrinneii. c.
California, 24 ; B. C.
Yale. 23; Colgate. 0.
Harvard. 20; Brown. 6.
Navy. f; Western Reserve. 0.
Cornell. f; Pittsburgh. 3
Penn State. 22; Pennsylvania
Princeton. 2'; Holy Cross. 0.
Army. 2: Lehigh. .
Dartmouth, 12; Vermont, 0.
Carlisle, 19: Lafayette. 0.
W. and .1.. 33; Westminster. 0.
Haverford. 3; Franklin and
Springfield T. S . 9; Syracuse, 0
Buckncll. .; Rochester. 0.
Amherst. 15: Norwich. 0
Swarthmnr-. 21; Rutgf-rs. 0.
Trinity, 14; Wesleyan, 13.
Auburn. 11; Mississippi. 5.
North Carolina. 12; U. S. S
Georgia, R ; Mercer. 5.
Georgia Tech.. 0; Alabama. 0.
Virginia. Poly.. 5; W. and L . 5.
Texas. 12; 1". of Arkansas. 0.
Catholic f.. 0; Maryland A. C, 6
irgmia. 22; Military, o.
North Carolina A. and M., 16; Ten- i
nessce. o. j
Tulane. 10; Howard College, o. j
Kewanee, Oct. 20. Biily Papke fin-
ished Li.s training for his fight with
Bob Moha next week and left today
for Boston with his brother Ed. who
now ac-s as m.iraecr I'ppke has had ;
a good deal of work during the last
two weeks and appears in good condi
' Is Ar.gles. Cal . Oct. "". Joe Ri
vers, the Iys Angeles featherweight,
"came back" In decisive fashion at
Vernon, defeating George Kirkwood of
St. Iouis in the eighth round of their
FChedu:ed 20-round boat Saturday.
Referee Charles Eyton stopped the
fght to save Kirkwood from further
injury. Kirkwood was semi-conscious
and Rivers was given credit for a
I seem to go on a s'nke and refuse to
New Orleans. La.. Oct 30. Fiooring work right. Then yon need those pleas
jhis man seven times, Joe Mandot of! ant little Btrike-breakers Dr. King's
this city knocked out "Young" Saylor I New Life Pills to give them natural
;of IndianapoMs in the 15th round of a ; aid and gently compel proper action,
hard grilling fight before a large crowd j Excellent health soon follws. Try
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RIVAL WHITE HOPES "'!
FICHT A T NEW YORK '
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Morris, the Oklahoma falsa
w' .o hope, vho wni bt-dly
a while back Tim Flynn,
! has another ma"h. -" Is to meet
j Jack Geyer. tf D"v- also a e-je,
j In Ne York the : 1 " November
I 13. Geyer weighs 25 pov.-.'j and
i staiuis three ani n ' . i Inches over
; six feet. lie has whipped several
bipr fellows in the w
terday. The bout was scheduled,
20 rounds. Saylor went down the first
time in the 11th, when he stopped a
straight right to the chin. This came
J after 10 rounds of fast and fnrious i
! fighting, in w hich Mandot seemed mas-!
ter. showing more speed and better,, . . . , . . , .
. , . . .. . . .. .... 0 the 30 years he was associated with
; judgment of distance. In the 14th Say- .
, , , , " trotting over the different circuits
u.r went now n ic.ir t.mes ann mie;,hore wer ony tWQ ,,rivers whoi
Z. K - ",h " . Z ;
1 , - i- u 'equals of McHenry Dan Mace and
swin W' Muri'h' was of
swinging Ineffectively. In the 15th ! th M Krhn. nnH .QO , h,
count of eieht, and on coming up sent
a light left to the wind. A few- sec
onds later Mandot shot another
straight right to the jaw- and Savior
went dowr. and out. Mandot's main
stay was his straight leads to the head
and face, in which he worked both
hands effectively. Savior, early in the
fMht, worked the kidney punch and
kept it up constantly. He was more
handy with upper cuts than Mandot
timi irit-airui.' uiuiuF. ii.t ai utt .,.
of the fight jolted the victor witn tnis
punch. Saylor seemed superior in the
jate judge of distance and speed in de
livering his bard straight punches,
j however, could not be overcome by
!the Indiana boy and resulted in his
i defeat. Mandot weighed 1J0 and Say
!lor one po ind heavier.
ACTRESS ILL; HAS
ADCESS OF DRAIN
Miss Truly Shatt-ck, playing tu
leading role in "Aima Where Dc
You Live?' at the Academy of Mu
sic in Baltimore, is in the Johns
Hopkins hospital in that city, suf
fering from access of the brain.
She Is in a serious condition.
Gives Aid to Strikers.
Sometimes liver, kidney and bowelj
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TAKEN BY DEATH
Myron E. McHenry, Famous
Pilot of Harness Horses,
Succumbs at Geneseo.
FIRST SUCCESS IN 1886
Wins Kentucky Futurity With Kse
(.Yoix and Trains Nags for
Keating and Butler.
Geneseo, 111., Oct. 30. Myron K.
McHenry, for 3ft years one of the best
reinsmen of the trotting turf, died
here vesterdav aflornnnn ol 3 K 1
o'clock. Death was due to an im-
:raiht ha n considered the,
- - ' ' ' o ' inn
when McHenry gave promise of be -
ing the superior of all. Murphy be
gan to drive horses vhen McHenry'
practically had given up all inclina
tion of taking sulky rides.
A tjuarter of a century ago the
turf first began talking of McHenry.'
Previous to this time ho had driven
a number of medium trotters in the
middle west and had won his share
of races. He drove and won his first
race of importance at Galva, 111., and
was not conducted on a
regular track, the course being four
times around the nubile snunre
I From that day McHenry thought of.jtan centers and his players tiave all
; nothing but horses and as soon as
: he had the chance to perform profes -
sionally he "made good" in a hurry.
pilot ttrm ts ATi KTio.
In 1S86 McHenry made hi6 first ap -
nearance in the Grand circuit and
ie drove the chestnut mare Mabel A. a character drama, made up of those : chaplain of the I'nlted States senate
This mare had a record that year of types of people who have a certain and pastor of AH Souls Unitarian
2:23, which was considered a cred- appeal to all classes of playgoers, j church, known as the president's
itable performance for a green trot- Nearly thirty people will take part lnichurch, officiated at the ceremony. Tin
ier compelled to pull a high wheeled 'he action. It Is filled with good J bride has told her friend that she will
(sulky. The masterly manner in ' healthy comedy an.l In one of the,' not give up her stage care.-r as a re
which McHenry handled the nag con- scenes several specialties are Intro- suit of her wedding She ill pursue il.
vinced the old heads of the turf that ! fluced: jeven more ambitiously than before,
a genius in t he driving line had ar-j Th." Schiller Amusement company , and may soon appear in one of her lius
rived. He went to the front in a announces that, through special ar-jband's plajs. She is now playing the
bound, and once there it was im- rang-ments with Cohan & Harris, It! leading feminine rolo in "The Scare
possible to dispute his superiority. is cnabP-d to offer the Hartley Man-, crow," and will resume her work In
i Two years later McMenry took theiners success, "The House Next that, company after a brief honeymoon
trotting stallion Bonnie McGregor
land won with him in 2:131. Anoth-
Lr crnnH croliinr i-l:H n-hicti tiia namo
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I aODUt la l '! J.i ijim;ii3 v, . i .
About 1895 McHenry tot hold of the
trotter Puoebe Wilkes and for two
years she was one of the stars of the.
turf. While driving Phoebe Wilkes ,
,1 : W : J ti, II, . ... . r
-juricig ..iis c.u.e - ,.11e1 cuon rt
ing to a r.ny iy ine name ci ttoscf
ed the Kentucky futurity, t'le ric best
prize tf the year.
THilV KAMOl llf)Hi:l.
About 1900 McHenrv became as:sf-
j ciated with the late Tom Kea'irg.
jwho began coming east with sou.e
! good horses. .'an.es Butler of New,
j York city secured Keating to man
laze his horses and the latter had .!c-
i t 7 ,1.iva f r. rn & ml t t i V. i n
tion was hard to beat. The horses
which registered the best perform-!
ances in the Butler scabies were Ana-!
' conda and Searchlight.
j chansre Is to be made, it is announced.
Avert. Awful Tragedy. I ,Q re:por.s to fhe W,he, of ttlc. paJ.
Timely advice given Mrs. C. 'H-' rons of U; new theatre. Mr. Dolly,
leughby of Marengo, Wis (R. No. 1). !n opening the Empire, hacl in rnlnd
prevented a dreadful tragedy and eav- ,h(i fl. w(f.k b. believing that
cd two lives. Doctors had said hr Ujt.r,, would be better results
frightful cough was a "consumption" j aUa!rr.fj through e- aping the confu
cough and could do little to help ter. e.;on of moving big acts. etc. He states
After many remedies failed, her aunt ' that lhff experiment has been a eu
urged her to take Dr. King's New Di.4-!(t-l8 from a DrJX offlce standpoint, but
covery. "I have been using I: for some i j, ag nr,t produced general satifcfac
tim," ehe wrote, "and the awful cough ; f ion among his patrons, and as he is
has almost gone. It also saved my ; conducting his theatre to meet the
little boy when taken with severe Iron-
chial trouble." This matchless meli-! been determined upon. The bills
cine has no equal for throat and lung which, it is promised, will be up to
troubles. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial j the Empire's high standard, w ill
bottle free. Guaranteed by ail drug-j come direct from Chicago. It is an
gisu. no u need also that at every Tuesday-
AT THE ILLINOIS.
Nov. 1-2 Tri-City Stock company.
Nov. 3 "The House Next Door."
Nov. 4 "The Millionaire Tramp."
Nov. 5 "Paid in Full."
Nov. 8-9 Tri-City Stock company.
Nov. 11 "Merry Mary."
Nov. 13-14 Sitting Bull pictures.
Nov. 15-16 Tri-City Stock company.
Nov. IS "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Nov. 21 "The Fortune Hunter."
Nov 22-23 Tri-City Stock company.
Nov. 24 "The Deep Purple."
Nov. 26 "Get Rich Quick Walling
ford." Nov. 2S "Folly of the Circus."
Nov. 29-30 Tri-City Stock company.
Daily vaudeville performances
:ti( and 8:15.
Oct. 31 "The Red Rose.'
AT THE ILLINOIS.
Tri-City Stock company.
which made its first appearance
Rock island last Wednesday and
! Thursday, will return to the Illinois
theatre nt Wednesday evening in a
I ...... - ..
m ' f'i4j' I ' tl I Ji lilt? r U1U.
1 Those who saw Frank Readick and
his associate players in "The Sign
of thf Four" were very favorably im
pressed. Though it was the first
week that the company had been to-Ki-ther.
the performance showed con
siderable promise and all auditors
were pleased. Some have been labor-
inn under the impression that the:450: K- A Rivkin, 3.-149 Douglas
Tri-City Stock company was made up
of home talent assembled from the
three cities. Such is not the case.
Mr. Readick has enjoved manv vears'
; experience in the stock houses of Chi
1 cni'i Mlluniikeo nnrl mhnr moT-rn-;
been selected from loading companies
! with which he has been associated at
some time or other. "Out of the
j Fold," w hich will be the next attrac-' ity shortly after noon yesterday lo
; "on the company will offer here, IsGeorge Middleton, a playwright of
a pastoral play In four acts. It is ; New York. The Rev. lT. G. B. Pierce,
lK r, which will he presented at j
the Illinois next Friday evening. Alii
will remember this prcnt comedv In
, which .1 R Do.laon made .,ch nrn.
- - ' ,
nounced success in New York cltyi
last season and there is no doubt'
that it will be welcomed by the the-;
atregoers of Rock Island as a morej
i 'i n n t-fr, i tf u. t t rift ii.n ronir-iuL
. .. ' '
' n. u-M-n, wuu iu many
' promised that the cast, will be an ex-1
f-Vr-nt ore, headf-d by Henry Hicks,;
a character actor of more than pass-
ing noie, ana wno, it. is statecj, was
cie'tej personally oy Mr. uo'ison as
the most available man to assume the
gre;.t role in which ho made such a'
pronounced success during the run!
of tha j.lay.
AT THE EMPIRE. i
Beeinning Nov. 2 0, Manager E T.
Dolly announces there will be two
i bills a week fct the Empire. The
wishes of the latter, the chance has
and Friday matinee each lady attend
will be presented a silver spoon.
BAYES AND NORWORTH QUIT.
Chicago, Oct. 30. Nora Bayes and
Jack Norworth will carol gleefully
Eva Tanguay's famous line, "I Don't
Care," this afternoon and depart for
New York. They hnve said goodby t
"Uttle Miss Fix-It." which they left
in St. Louis when Miss Tanguay Join
ed the show and will have a new ve
hicle in which to bid for popuh.r ap
proval. Miss Bayes has her col lid
dog, formerly one of the features in
"Little Mhii Fix-It" with her, and will
take the animal east. Charles
Marks, business manager for Miss
Hayes and her husband. Jack Nor
worth, obtained the new show, but
declined to disclose its name or those
responsible for it. After leaving the
"Little Miss Fix-It" company, Miss
Bayes was operated on for an affec
tion of the throat. She has recovered
and celebrated the event by enter
taining several theatrical friend at
the Hotel Sherman yesterday.
H. C. DUCE BANKRUPT.
Chicago, Oct. 30. Herbert C. Duce,
former Chicago theatre manager, who
gives hfs present occupation as clerk,
filed a voluntary petition in bankrupt
cy in United States district court yes
terday, scheduling liabilities of $4,739
and assets of $514. Some creditors are:
Herman Frank, 69 West Washington
street, $R50; George Sliver, 93, West
Randolph street. $162; Mortimer Sin
ger, Princess theatre. $240; Sam S. and
lee Shubert, New York, $l.r0; .T. T.
Henderson, 813 Dearborn avenue,
boulevard, $4.-0. Dure scheduler
among his assets three4 suits of
clothes valued at $10 and wearing ap
parel valued at $5.
MISS LA FOLLETTE A BRIDE.
Washington. D. C. Oct. 30. Miss Ii
Follette, daughter of Senator Robert.
M. La Follette of Wisconsin, was mar
ried at the home of her father in this
Rheumatism Cured In Three Days.
N. K. Langiey, Madison, Wis
ly: "I 'S almost helpless with
r'leumatlsm for about live month'.
Had it In my neck ko I could not
'.urn my head and ail through, tuy
body. I tried three doctors and
many remedies Without any relief
; whatever until I procured Dr. Detch
Relief for Rheumatism. In a
ew hours the; pain was relieved and
n three days the rheumatism wni
ornpletely cured and I was at work."
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second
venne, Ror-k Inland and Gust
S'hlegel, 20 Wett Second street.
Fourtli Ave. and Nineteenth Kt.
Big Crowd Week.
A Ten Act Show at Same
Prices All This Week.
Friday matinee 10c, a sil
ver spoon to each lady.
Saturday a special mat
inee for children 5 cents.
Greatest Bog Act in