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ROCK ISLAND TEAM
MOLINE TEAM IS
How tne World's Series Games Look to the Spectator
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
Speedy, Aggressive Up River
Aggregation Makes Two
LOCALS FAIL TO SCORE !
Final Count of Contest at Island City i
Park la 14 to 0 Burlingame
Star for Viaitors.
Clinton's aggressive and speedy
riKn scnool football team swept the'
Uo k Island team off their fe?t in a ;
etnKle quarter, the third, of Saturday's ,
Kame at Island City park and won the
annual battle by a count af 14 to 0.
Kxrept for the third quarter. Coach
Corneal' men earned an even br"nk !
v Irli the visitors and the contest was .
r-ne fuli of thrills and jsood to look at.
Wi'h Hurllnframe. Clinton's fullback,
out of the contest, the Rock Island ;
boys would have won. To Burlinpame
alone Is due the nredlt for the vic
tory of his team. He did most of th"
defensive play, making a majority of
the tackles for his team and was the
best ground palner for his team as
well. Me scored the first touchdown
n a run through a broken flHd from
bis own 45-yard line and crossed Rock
For a while the Islanders appeared
dazed and after the kickofT fo!lowin
the touchdown, Clinton again rushed
the ball down the field and left half
l ack Berrien made the second touch-
clown on a wide end run about I.ar-
kin. Kline kicked goal each time
and the score was 14 to 0.
custom F4T imm ii.
Th- visirlng team was fast and had
a wid varif-lv of d avu whrM uor-
ried the Hock Island boys all th" timo. ,
1IERES A SLICE OF
WORLD SERIES CROWD
f ' ?A . -:,
';- C 3&U
Here Is a very small slice of ?h-
big crowd that witnessed Thursday's
world s series game at Boston. More
than "ii.000 fans were in attendnrce.
and tliey paid somethirg like I'jO.OOrt
t.i sc the Giauts beat the F.ed Sox by
a s ore of 2 to 1
MANY PEOPLE ARE
Follow the Advice of Those Who Have Tested
Value of Plant Juice.
It is remarkable, but not surprising j Plant Juice. It certainly has done '
it the great Interest that has been great tilings for me."
awakened in the new remedy. Plant j When Plant Juice is used the run
Juice, yet when you read the hun-1 down system is rapid y built up. Ner
dreds of testimonials from grateful vousnesa, unrest, sleeplessness, de
people, it Is not to be wondered at. ) presslon of spirit vanish quickly, i
Hugh Andree. Linden fiats. Davec- j Poisonous matter Is aeon eradicated
port: "From the first dose. Plant i from the blood, the circulation lm-,
Juice did me good. I recommend it proves, weak organs are strengthened
'.o ail w ho suffer as I did." land regain their proper functions.
Mrs August Hildebrand. South j Energy, activity, ambition are yours
Rock tsland. Rural route 1: "Plant once more, and you travel the hig'j
JiiIcp has done more for me In a ' way of health.
short tl:i.e than any medicine I nave Plant Jutce demonstrations daily
ver taken." from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.. at the New
Benjamin W. Al'.en. 522 Cedar Harper House pharmacy, northwest '
(treet, Davenport: "I shall continue to corner Second avenue and Nineteenth
use Plant Juice as one bottle helped street. Rock Island; E. Jericho L Co.
me so much. I feel it will eventually druggist. Moline, and the Ballard
cure ms." Drug and Dental company. Davenport.
L. H. Morgr.n, . T-lrt Sixth avenue. See P'.aat Juice booklet frtf by mail
KiK'k Inland: "I freely recommend j cr request.
Here's how the ftame looked to spectators at Boston last Thursday, when Gardner of the Red Sox. made his
saw the play. Gardner's long drive to right field enabled Duffy Lewis to score. '
Forward passes were frequent but
most of them were broken up by the
local players. Clinton was on the ag-
gressivc most of the lime and that the
score was not larger was due entirely
to unusually good dfens work iu
which Captain Tremann, Philbrook,
Gleason and Wilkt starred,
Once only in the second quarter
did Rock Inland threaten to score.
Then for a time the Rock Island team
played true to form and carried the
ball dose to the enemy's goal wher
thy v're htld- Parkin attempted a
i i-: -t. v. ..:...-,..-: J , .... v.
" -" " wru' " lu I1U
chatire t0 score went glimmering.
Following is the lineup and sum
mary of tb gatn'j:
Forgy rg . .
Sexton rt .
P.ro-igh, Whistler re.
Kipj) qb. ,
Touchdowns Burlingame 1. Ber
rien; goal kicks-Kline 2. Referee
L. A. Packard, Michigan. I'mpire 11
D. MacManus. Head Linesman (1
SI Kl HS I.OK I ! KTAI KIM'.K.
i The high school second tam anil
the Cardinals played a curtain raiser
to the main game and the scrubs suf
fered defeat by a score of 13 to 6.
High School Teams in Neighbor
ing Towns Find Saturday
Both Davenport and Moline high
school football teams won their Sat
urday contests, the former te'im de
feating Burlington on the Burlirgton
grounds by a score of Vi to 0, and the
Plow City aggregation winning over
A'.edo by a count of 40 to 7. At Bur
lington. Rhodes made two touchdowns
and Hansen one. whiie t!ie home teat.i
could not advance th? Imll successful
ly against tbe Daver.por'ers.
Moline's story might have b u dif
ferent had it not li'vn that Aledo's
fullback was injured early in the game
and had to retire. I'p to that time it
looked easy for the visitors. They
bad secured the ball on the kickMf
and carried it by successive plays 9d
yards to Mciine's g"al where it was
put acroes for the first touchdown.
After A'.edo lost its star man. it wai
easy sailing for M.V.ine and the score
was piled up rapidly.
Moline's team is to be strengthened
next week by the return of Sodt r-t-trom.
center on last year's 'earn, who
sulked early this season and was ask
ed to turn in bis suit.
Thought He Was Smart.
Mrs. Benliati Wbnt is the meanest
thing a troiE.ir. can ay to a man? Ben
hnm "Yes" wl.rn ho is fool enough to
propose. Town Tootcs
WILLING TO HELP
THREE RACES AT
Yesterday's, horse races at Exposl-1
tion park under the auspices of the
Tri-City Driving club attracted about
l.'i'tO people. Three races were on the i
card and nine horses participated
The wiuceis except in the second
race, had 'easy going. In the third
race, Kaiserdale and Red Clarence
forght hard for second money and
Kaiserdale won.. The results of the
three races each of which had three
Major Dau. (L. Hoffbauer) . . .1
Judge Hooker, (Fred Mc-
Klectra Grafton, Andy Brady. .2
Time 2:32V; in each heat.
2:20 PACE, PLRSE SloO.
.Major Dahtnus, (Henry Mei
Earl B., (Billy Panzenhagen) . . 1
I.eona I) 2
Time-2:19. 2:22i, 2:294.
Honcr. Princess, (Reimers and
Red Caien (A. Mobsman ). .3
Kaiscrda e. ( Reiniers and Carl
r: ) 2
San Francisco. Cal.. Oct. 14. Luther
McCarty of Springfield, Mo., won his
fipht in the second round from Al
Ka'ifmacii Saturday. He was beating
Kanfmann a'l around the ring and the
ix 'ice stopped the fight.
R'Mon. Mass.. Oct. 14. President
GatTtn y of the Bo3ton Nationals con
tinue:! the s'ory ihat George Stallings
iia sici.ed a contract to manage his
ic-r-'ii for five years. Gaffney says that
Jol. :n..' Kling. who managed the team
tiiis .season, left here without consult- j
in him as to the future. In ail prob-'
a'.;l:t Kling will
oitii Uol release.
receive his uncon-
Minneapolis. Minn.. Oct. 14. Oscar
Soil m. Minnc tola's left tackle, receiv
ed a broken arm Saturday during prac
tice. He probably will be out of the
game for the season. Solem slipped
on wet grass, and. in attempting to
save himself, thrust out his left arm.
which was broken.
Only When It Strikes the Retina of th
Eye Can It Be Seen.
What is the simplest demonstration
of the fact that light is Invisible?
The blackness of a midnight sky
demonstrates this fact most readily.
' We may see the planets brilliantly illu
minated by the sun's rays, but the sur
rounding space is dark, although we
know that light oust be passing there,
j The passage of a beam of light
i through a darkened room is only vlsl
' Lie on the dust in the air, and the cone
of light seen when the aun shines
j through a small bole In a shutter Is
j net visible, but only light reflected
I from the motes in the beam. This can
I be easily ar.d simply demonstrated by
i placing in the beam a glass vessel
' frca which the dust baa been careful
; ly removed. The beam then may be
I sren before and behind the Tessel. but
' Is Invisible within. A Bunsen burner
or a rediot poker beld so as to destroy
the Eiotes will also render the Learn
Invisible at that spot
Light Is only risible when it strikes
; on the retina of the eye, and it can
only do so when it reaches it in a di
j rect line or is turned by a reflection or
refraction Into a direct line. Just as
the bullets from a gua do a man no
barm unless aimed or turned la their
conrse toward Lis body, so liht is
, without effect unless it is eiraed or
turned toward the retina. Fearson's
Birds Da a Wonderful Amount
Work For the Farmer.
Birds wurk more in conjunction wilh
ttan to Le; tiim tLaii due aay o;ier
rorm or outdoor life, according to an
article In Success Magazine. They '
police the earth and air. and without ,
their .serricea the farmer would be j
helpless. Larks, wrens and thrushes i
search the ground for grubs and In-1
sects. The food of the meadow lark i
consists of 75 per cent of injurious
Insects and 12 per cent of weed seed, j
showing It to be a bird of great eco-
noinic value. Sparrows, finches and
quail eat a large amount of weed seed
i Practically all the food of the tree j wou- D1B 'eaves tne percentage, lay-1 hurriedly recovered the ball on a fum- long gains and half a dozen attempts
sparrow consists of seed. Examma-:,or Rid8e. LOCO; Marston, .000; Ed- ble and started towards goal. Fly- j at tackling him were usually made be
tions by Professor l E. L. Real of the, P'ng'ou. .000. The standing is likely i inR tackles by Soderetrom, the big ! fore he was broughv vrown.
: biological survey of the department of to remain that way till next season, center of the Moline aggregation, and j Opposed to Caultleld was Soder
: agriculture show that a single tree ' wnen there is talk of arranging a cir-1 the consequent penaltlea, aided the stiom, giaut ceuler of last year's high
sparrow will eat a quarter of an ounce cuit of township nines in the lower Rock Island team in its mark to goal , school team in Moline. Though Injur
. of weed seed'dajly. Iu a state the 1 '"d of Roc k Island county and the i and when the five-yard line was reach- ed several times. Caulfield stuck to his
i size of Iowa tree' sparrows alone will I northern part of Mercer county. i i with two downs remaining, Roy : post und went through the lllini line
I consume more than 800 tons of weed Taylor Ridge won toih games Satur-; Salzmann, last year's star ground ' so often that it caused tbo Illinl back
3 seed annually. This, with the work ' day through superior playing, in which gainer on the Rock Island high school field to "beef at big Sod who then got
of other seed eatmg birds, saves the
farmer nn Immense amount of work.
Nuthatches and ehl Ur.decs scan
every part of the trunks and limbs of
j trees for insect eggs. In a day's time
a chickadee has been known to eat
i hundreds of insect eg?- and worms
that are very harmful to our tree
and vegetables. Warblers and v'.reos
' hunt the leaves and buds for moths
and millers. Flycatchers, swallows and
nigbt hawks nre b'ly clay and night
catctii: tiies that bother man and
beast. Hawks and owls are working
silently in daylight and darkness to
catch moles, mice, jrophcra and squir-
Steve Yerkes, second sacker for
series games. In the accompanying
rgjDZ i: -t-4 3 ' "i s 1pm ftSW Hivrkx
$2f-. .: , ; - "Jfr
w.t i an m ifinai! Jic mm JW fli " '. V 1 1
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EXECUTOR'S SALE AT AUCTION
Furs, Gloves, Sporting Goods, Fixtures, Etc.
This stock will be sold in lots or in bulk to suit dealers, and can be seen
at the store room, 1619 Second Avenue, Rock Island, today and tomorrow,
to dealers only. Sale takes place
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, AT 2:00 P. M.
Sale subject to approval of the executor.
Connelly Connelly Samuel Marks
Attorneys for Executor Auctioneer
two - bagger,
More than 30,000 people
TAYLOR RIDGE IS
Taylor Ridge had a little
series of its own Saturday, when two
baseball games were played by the
home nine, and both of them were
the home club was materially assist-
cd by one "Mike," better known as
auiij iiv , nuu 4 1 v i i uouii,
sometimes known as Pete Lister, both
being from Rock Island, playing re
spectively pitcher and first base. Kel
ley and EekUart rormed the buttery
for Tailor Ridge in both contests,
while Glazier and Rahn worked for
both Edgington and Marstorf. Score of
Taylor ILdse ...0 1020011 05
Marston 0 II II II U U 1 0 01
Score of second game:
.0 0021000 14
Play in the World's Series
the Boston Red Sox, has made some sensational plays during the world's
picture he is seen slamming out a eaf-; hit in the game Wednesday.
Lxecutor of the estate of
entire stock of fixtures;
Rock Island Independents Win
From mini in Hard Fought
FINAL SCORE IS 6 TO 01
Roy Salzmann Dives Over Line With
Winning Touchdown In Opening
Quarter of Contest.
The Rock Island Independents yes
terday put themselves In the running
I for the Tri-City football championship
by taking the Moline Illinl into camp.
6 to 0, in a hard fought game played
at Browning Field, Moline. The locals
scored their touchdown m the first
charter and thereafter the battle was
about even, neither side being able
to cross the other's goal line or even '
gain consistantly though in offensive :
work the Rock Islanders had the better
of the argument. At.he close of the '
game, the Illinl had the ball and were :
fighting hard for a touchdown but the !
whistle ended their hopes with the ball j
on the 12-yard line.
KIUHTK DEFENSIVE GAME.
Neither team was especially strong :
on the offense but at the defensive
game both did some excellent work.
Clean, hard tackling was the rule and j
there were many Instances of the i
teams being piled up three times in '
succession without any appreciable 1
The Rock Island team did ita hest :
offensive work in the opening quarter
j when they won the game. After kick-
thev won fli e-anie Aftr Wick,
! Dfr off to the Illinl. the IndeDemlents
j team was called back and shot Into
i tbo lino. Denueratelv the Illinl met
him and the goal line was still three
yards away. Again Salzmann shot at ; the game.
the lino and this time he, literally i Grove at left end, Salzmann at left
dove over and came down headfirst tackle aud Budelier at right guard
with the touchdown that eventually proved impregnable In the Lno.
won tbo game. A punt out for a try , Coach Dick Llitt was well pleased
at goal failed and the score was 6 to j with the showing bis team made In its
0 where It remained. j lirst game and is confident that It will
mai'mamd and CAtn.piKt.u ST AH. j be a contender for Btate honors. Man
All of the Independents played good i ager Joe Smith has arranged for a
ball but MacManus at quarter and ' return game in Rock Island wlth'tho
Caultleld at center were the stars, the . HI'"' and has also booked several
former on offense and the latter on
defense. In broken fields especially
12. V iS TCI Pi.
George Bennett vi 1 sell
such stock consists of
The Amusement Center of the
Change of bill Monday and
THREE DAYS ONLY.
Seymour & Robinson.
Walter Law & Co.
Gardner & Revere.
Kent's Seals and Sealions.
ORPHEUM ACTS ONLY.
The big vaudeville show.
THE FLYING BALLET
10 PEOPLE 10
Most gorgeous act In vaudeville.
Carload of scenery and electrical
6 OTHER BIG ACTS 6
3 DAYS ONLY 3
PRICES THE SAME.
ORDER SEATS AT ONCE.
PHONE EAST 37.
nn retnrnine mints. MacManus twisted
and snuirmed fhroush the Illinl for
; into a fightiug mood and was warned
bv oflic.ials that he was in danger of
being suspended for the remainder of
! ,ner teams including tne Olympics or
I Moliuo who last Sunday tied with the
j lllini in a scoreless contest.
Captain Roche expects some added
material to join the team shortly to fill
in the weak spots and Rock Islam'
seems sure of u team of w hich it can
Following Is the lineup and sum
mary for yesterday's game:
Grove EE Haley
Salzmann L.T Hondrlckson
Behnamiin L.G Dorn
Davenport . . .
. . Hepburn
. . JohJiflon
R.H.B. Young, captain
. . F.B Peacock
Coulter and Evcrs;
lllini: Howe und
Length of quarters - 10 minutes.
liefeieo -Fred Woodyatt. Umpire
i:. D. Mac Manus.
Rheumatism Relicvetf tn a 5ew Hours.
N. B. I.::n?!cy. Mfidison. Wis., says:
"I wtia almost helpless wIth rheuma
tism for abou; five tnonthi. Had it In
ray neck so '. could um tutn my Lead,
and ell through toy uoiiy. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief wbr.tcver until I procured
Dr. Deteaon's Relief for Rhi umaMsm
In a few Iionra the pain wan relieved
and in three tiays the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work."
Sold by Otto Grot Jan. 1501 Second ave
nue. Kofi; Island: Gmt ScL'egel & Son.
20 West Second street, Davenport.
( Advertise nient).
MSMOLINE. ILL.ESPH0NE E37K1!