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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1913.
3 r I RQCHEMEN GRAB OPENING GAME Trim Davenport AU-Stars by 20 to 0 Score Backfield in Great Showing'. MUSKIES FAIL TO APPEAR Run for Touchdown in Last Quarter. I Connolly rg ... Back, Bruhnj Page rt Swanson ! IWellendorf re .'. .. Behnemann' Sexton Moore ;'. . qb MacManus Murphy Holmes Ihb :.' Robb i O'Brien rub'..... Davenport Berry "' MacManus Casey fb . . . Ai Salxmann Touchdowg Rpbb (2), Salzmasn (1). Goals from touchdowns Salzmann, 2. Tims of quarters 10 minutes. Referee LWt Umpire Whlsler. I IUF.PE.IET SOTE5. - Next Sunday Rock Island will ln- Captain Robb Features With 50-yard vade Moline and try conclusions with i the rast mini ciuo. mere is an m ! tense rivalry between the two elevens, (and the game should be a "dinger." MacManus was hammered about the Ml Eyes Turned on Christy Mathewson The Rook Island Independents, dis playing real footbaii form, started the season with a win at Island City park yesterday afternoon, defeating a pick ed team from Davf-r.port Muscatine aggregation. duced, may be the feature of the 1913 world's series. Matty has had a great season, and today he Is In the best of trim. Some of the things that account for the success of the Big Six and make him feared by Connie Mack and the latter's husky proteges, are his mag nificent physique, remarkable powers of endurance and baseball intelligence of a high order. With these he perfect ed the fadeaway, conserved his strength and catalogued mentally all moutn and head when taken out His -the batting peculiarities of his 6trong- The wonderful pitching of Christy! "In the 1911 series Matty was three Mathewson, called the greatest master tlmes Pit,ed aPaist CLief Bender of . ... I the Philadelphia Athletics. Hn vnn the first game but lost the other of pitching skill that baseball has pro-1 face is pretty badly swollen today, but he will be In shape for the next game. The weather was of the oid-fash- 0 to 0. The ioned summer variety and altogether presumably 1 too torrid for real football. The Inde- was attacked with "cold fcetis," and ' pendents were disappointed at the fall failed to show up. About 3:30 jester-Jure of the Muskies to show up, and did day morning Manager Ror.be received jnot put a whole lot of "pep" into their a phone mest-age from the Muskle ' playing. Different story next Sunday, manager, stating that up in the Iowa I however. est opponents. woods it was raining to beat four of a kind, and asking to be excused. Rocho informed them that there was It was announced today that in all probability, "Fat" Coleman will be bad: at center next Sunday. Fat has no supe rfluous moisture down this way been a holdout thus far, but has been and told them to grt their team to-j induced to reconsider, gcther and come on. A half hour later j A crowd of over 300 saw the opener, the Muscarine niaiingt-r phoned that ' Before the game it was announced it would be impossible to grt all his; that those not satisfied with the game nu n together, and the stuff was off. i would have their money refunded upon OLYMPICS DOWN ILLINI ELEVEN Not wishing to disappoint the large application at the box office, crowd expected Roche managed to I were no applications, slate the Iavenport wet end gang for u game. The Iowa ranks were re cruited from this side as well, and owing to a shortage, several of the Rork Island men helped out the visi tors. At that the pick ups displayed homn mighty good football, and al though weak on offftise, managed to liold tho Independents much bottf-. than was expected. A good sisjed crowd witnhKi'd the opening contest, und everyone was satisfied. The touch downs were made by Art Salzmann and Robb, tho latter Hcorkig twice. Just before the game, the Independ ents get tonethT and by unanimous choice, elected Hobo captain of this j year's bunch. til Ml II W K I I There Score on Forward Pas3 in Sec ond Quarter Hard Fought Game Ends 6-0. In a hard fought' contest featured by the work of Sies, Olympic right end and ex-Daver.port high school foot ball star, the Olympics defeated their Saisinger, , TZ f , j 9 &V, ik Vki 1 . Y-tt c,. Ei... : z. 1 Normal 3; Illinois 21. Kentucky, 0; Ohio State 5S, Ohio Wesleyan 0; Notre Dame S7, Ohio Northern 0. Yale was held to a scoreless tie by Maine. Other eastern scores were: Cornejl 37, Ober lin 12; Pennsylvania 10, Lafayette, 0; Navy 0, Pittsburgh 0; Harvard 14, Bates 0; Colgate 21, Amherst 0; Princeton 69, Fordham 0; Dartmouth 53, Colby 0. CHAMPIONS LOSE $3,000 IN 1913 Final Meeting of Year Shows Big Deficit Quincy to Vote for Tearney. R. I. HOLDS IOWA CITY TEAM TO TIE Visitors Push Ball Over for a Touchdown in Last Three Minutes of Flay. LOOBY STARS FOR LOCALS Quincy, 111., Oct. 6. While the sea son just concluded, wherein the Quin cy entries in the Three Lamp race won the gonfalon handily after a sen sational finish, was the most success ful ever experienced by a local club, the management found a deficit of $3,000 when they cleared the decks in the annual meeting. With a good club during most of the season, the Champs drew next to Davenport the largest in the league, and the support at home was all that could be expected. It was on the road that the crimp w as put in the finances, j p,je Christy Mathewson. Robb, SaUmann and MacManus nerejold enemy, the Illini club, at Browning the bright und shining lights for the : f)eid in Moline yesterday afternoon by- locals. MacManus demonstrated that be had loxt none of his old time cun ning, and got away for long and con hlst"iit Kaius through a broken field, doilKhig. twisting and doubling in the inoHt upproved Kckersall fashion. Robb und Kallmann repeatedly tore around tin ends und through the Davenport lino for long gains. They weie aided by excelb nt interference, and the line men repetiteOly opened up gaping holes in the oppohition line, bin enough to accommodate a hay wagon. Couch l.titt has handed the Rock eleven a swell line of plays. forward pass the locals showed ex ceptionally well, and the play proved one of their bet. A number of fakes were nlt-o slipped Into the general run. Tho Davenport team was forced to a C O score. The touchdown came In the second quarter after Kuehl and Stow of the winners had rushed the ball down the field by long and con sistent gains. With but a few yards to go, Kuehl hurled a forward pass to Sies, wl'O was standing over the line, and th-j score resulted. The goal was missed. A disastrous fumble prevented the lllinl eleven from scoring just at the end of th first half. The ball had Island j been carried to the Olympic la-yard On the j line. That Flip snatched possible vic tory from the Illinois warriors. Both teams fought on even terms during the greater iart of the contest. Both were weak in defense. The Rock Island Independents play the Illini will be engaged in any other post-season series. The members of the trophy commis sion whose votes determined the win ners are I. E. Sanborn, Chicago Trib une; T. H. Murrane, Boston Globe; Abe Yager, Brooklyn Eagle; Jack Ryder, Cincinnati Enquirer; H. G. Detroit News; Grantland Rice. New York Mail; Ralph S. Davis, Pittsburgh Pre'-is; J. C. Isaminger, Philadelphia North American; Harry Nelly. St Louis Times; J. Ed Grillo, Washington Star; and H. P. Edwards, Cleveland Plain-Dealer. kick repeatedly, being unable to make eleven at Moline next Sunday, and ntiy appreciable advances through the 1 from the showing made yesterday by Independent forces. Casey, fullback j that aggregation, the struggle will be for the visitors, starred. His punts i a fierce one. The line-up follows: wr.r an 01 mr ip-nurui varieiy, long OlvmDiCS Illini He aiso proved a towerlslpa re Johnson W. Swanson . rt Wright und high ii defense in backing up. O'Brien. Davenport light halfback, was injured ' r.eur the end of the third quarter and was carried off the field. In the last period, MacManus, who had been shift, cd from quarter to right half, was knocked out and taken off the field. ti ?M t nitre. Rock Island scored once In the first quarter. Davenport kicked off and the Independents carried t':e ball to the 10 yard line, where they lost it on downs, two unsuccessful forward passes being largely responsible. Dav enport punted to Rock Island's 45 yard line and MacManus carried the ba'l bark to tho 25-yard line. Rushes by Robb, Davenport and Sal:.':nann brought the ball within scoring dis tance and Salzmann went through the .line for a touchdown. MacManus punted out SaUmann missed the goal. Score 6 0. Cheam T. Johnson rg Duffy Grell c Ellstrom G. Swanson lg Anderson Byiund Ross It Versluis Lundahl. Foster . . le Oberholt Hart-ell qb Coyle Stow rhb Meermun I if Kuehl Ihb E. Swanson fb Livingston .. Efflandt Herbert a Pilot That Jack Herbert, who finished the season of 1&13 with the Distillers, will lead the Waterloo club in the Central association in 1914 is indicated by the popularity contest recently conducted there. Ned Egau, boss of the pennant winning Cttumwas last year, received the highest number of votes, polling CUB YOUNGSTERS WALLOP PIRATES Canadian "Phenom" Allows Three Hit3 in Five Rounds Stack Finishes. FINAL COUNT STANDS 5-1 Sex Nosed Out by Tigers in Final by 9-8 Score Is a Slugging Bee. Chicago, Oct. 6. With a team com posed mostly of recruits, the Cubs and Pirates wound up tne baseball sea son yesterday at the west side, and pitch for the Sox, but the Tigers found him soft in the first two Innings and Lathrop replaced him Ralph Comstock, the $10,000 hurler, purchased from Minneapolis by the Tigers this fall, kept throwing his spit ball at the Sox, but they proved to be fine sea dogs and got to the wet one for 11 bingles and seven runs In seven innings, enough to win most any game except one like that of yesterday. Score: Chicago. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Weaver, ss .... Lord, 3b Chase, lb Recruit Quarterback Shows Up Old Timers Whlsler Scores for Red and Gold. With the score 7 to 0 in favor of Rock Island and but three minutes ot play remaining, Iowa City crumbled the local defense Saturday afternoon, skirting the right end for a long and disastrous run which brought them within 20 yards of the goal. Line plunges and mass formations brought the pigskin to the three-yard mark, and Captain Hots, whose work was the sensation of the game, plunged through for an alleged touchdown. Kinney kicked goal and the game ended a tie at 7-7. It will be hard to convince the aver age rooter who saw that particular play that the touchdown was bona When the whistle blew Hota was ji seems to do me sense oi tno airec- hugcine the ball which was barely tors that the league rules should be i touching the chalk line. The officials cnangea to proviae ror a guarantee in stead of the present split in gate re ceipts, in order that the stronger clubs may not be obliged to carry the bur den of the weaker. This change will be fought for by President Ott Urban and Harry Hofer at the league meet ing. It is likely that Urban and Hofer will cast the one vote of the Quincy club for President Al Tearney for re election. In fact, while no statement has been made, it seems to be thor oughly understood that the club rep resentatives will vote for a continua tion of mis-rule in this league. 2 1 1 0 1 13 3 3 total ot 527, but Ned has agreed to I the recruits trimmed the Pittsburgh .... 5 1 .... 5 1 .... 5 1 Bodie. cf 5 1 Collins, If 3 1 2 1 Chappell, rf. 5 1 3 0 Easterly, c "4 1 1 5 Berger, 2b 2 0 1 1 Scott, p 0 0 0 0 Lathrop, p 3 1 0 0 Fournier 1 0 0 0 5 4 3 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 BASEBALL J FINAL STANDINGS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. New York 101 Philadelphia 88 Chicago 88 Pittsburgh 78 Boston 69 Brooklyn 65 Cincinnati '64 St. Louis 51 L. 51 63 65 71 82 84 S9 99 Pet .664 .583 .a o ,523 .456 .436 .418 .340 AMERICAN LEAGUE. return to Ottumwa next year. Her bert was his nearest opponent, polling 391 votes, and probably will receive the job of bossing the club. TWO OF THE CZARS OF WORLD'S SERIES JOHNSON-DAUBERT AWARDED TROPHY Chalmers Trophy Winners, 1913. Points. Walter Johnson. Wash. Americans .54 Jake Daubert, Brooklyn Nationals ..50 WINNERS IN 1912. Davenport kicked off and the Inde-!,1 T ? Z , i,nH..ni. .1,.. i,it i Iy Doyle. New ork Nationals m. ta. j riiuiru ' and Ted Davenport returned 30 yards. A forward pass brought the ball to the 20-yard line when the half ended. In the third quarter, after Rock Island had kicked off and gotten the ball, an advance was made to the five-yard line, when the Independents were pen-1 ners of the Chalmers trophy for 1913, .59 .4S WINNERS IN 1911. Tyros Cobb. Detroit Americans ..64 Frank Schulte. Chicago Nationals ..29 Walter Johnson of Washington and Jake Daubert of Brooklyn are the win olijed 2 yards for holding. Consist ent gaius brought the locals to the eight yard line at the end of the quarter. TWO Tfl(HDOWl. At th beginning of the last quarter, with first down and but eight yards U go. Robb tore through the right half ot the Davenport line for a touch down. Salraann kicked goal Score .J30. designating them as the most valuable players of their respective teams dur ing the season which closed yesterday. The announcement has been made by Ren Mulford of the trophy committee. It is the first time a pitcher has won the automobile emblematic of the honor, although several have come close to it in past seasons. Johnson's work on the slab this i vear has been so continuous' v hril- The sensation of the game was then ' iiar.t and so largely responsible for uncorked. Davenport kicked off and j landing the Washington team In sec falumann ran the ball back 25 yards. 0nd place that he always has been On the next play Robb broke mr mnsiHiH iivoiv ranMata tnr v. for a 50 yard run and a touchdow n, prise. lie was lacKioa seven yaros from the; Daubert came within four coints of Johnson. The Brooklyn first baseman has received many votes in the last 4 -u vy fellows, 5 to 1. Manager Evers at sec ond base was the only regular Cub in the lineup. Although the weather was threat ening, about 4,000 fans gathered just to look over the youngsters who will be on trial next spring. George. Zabel, the six-foot Kansas hurler who was I obtained from the Winnipeg club, was quite the hit of the show. After beat ing the Cub regulars in an exhibition last Friday, he went at the Pirates yesterday and hurled for five innings. The Pittsburgh sluggers got three hits off him and no one could score. Zabel was allowed to retire after the fifth. Eddie Stack finished the game and the Pirates scraped in one run off him in the eighth round. Score: Chicago. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Allison, cf 5 1 2 3 0 0 Evers, 2b 3 0 0 1 3 0 Williams. If 4 0 1 3 0 0 Phelnn, 3b 3 1 1 1 2 0 Mollwiu. lb 4 1 2 9 0 0 Stewart, rf 2 1 1 2 0 0 Keating, ss 4 1 1 4 1 0 Bresnahan, c 2 0 0 2 0 0 Hargrove, c 2 0 1 2 0 0 Zabel, p 1 0 0 0 2 0 Stack, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 5 9 27 S 0 Pittsburgh. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Carey. If 4 0 0 3 0 0 Dolan, 3b 4 0 1 3 1 0 Butler, ss 4 0 1 3 4 1 Wilson, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0 Miller, lb 4 0 1 10 1 0 Mitchell, cf ... 3 0 0 1 1 0 McCarthy, 2b 4 0 1 1 2 0 Kelly, c 2 0 0 1 1 0 Kafora, c 1 1 0 1 0 0 O'Toole, p 2 0 0 1 4 0i Hyatt 1 0 1 0 0 0 Cooper, p 0 00 0 0 0 Totals 38 8 14 24 20 4 Detroit. AB. R. H. PO A. E. Louden, ss 5 1 2 3 1 0 Bauman, 2b 4 1 3 3 3 0 Crawford, rf 5 1 3 2 0 0 High, cf 3 113 0 0 Veach, If 4 0 0 3 0 0 Pipp, lb 3 0 0 5 2 0 Stanage, c 4 2 3 6 1 1 Vitt, 3b ..3 1 1 1 2 0 Comstock, p 4 2 2 1 1 1 Williams, .p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 9 15 27 10 2 Fournier batted for Scott In third. Chicago 0 0004 1 1 1 18 Detroit 1 2004101 9 Stolen bases Lord. Collins, 2; Chap pell. Sacrifice hits Collins, High, Vitt, Berger, Bauman, Veach. Two base hits Bodied Chappell, Crawford. Three-base hits Lord, Louden, Craw ford. Bases on balls Off Lathrop, 1; off Comstock, 2. Struck out By Scott, 1; by Lathrop, 4; by Comstock, 2. Double play Bauman to Stanage. Umpires O'Loughlin and Ferguson. W. L. Pet. Philadelphia 96 57 .627 Washington 90 64 .584 Cleveland 86 66 .566 Boston 79 71 .527 Chicago 78 74 .513 Detroit 66 87 .431 New York 57 94 .377 St. Louis 57 96 .373 TEARNEY IS AGAIN AFTER PRESIDENCY Al Tearney, generally reported to be president of the Three-I league, Is again after the office. Tearney has been laying low and has not made a move while papers around the circuit have been lambasting the daylights out of his administration, but at last i the worm has turned. . Last night each club owner in the Three-I league received from Al a lengthy and voluminous defense of his so-called administration. Mister Tear ney denies charges of extravagance in the way of expensive headquarters In Chicago. He also denies paying high salaries to umpires. With possibly one or two exceptions, as to the lat ter, it wil; be news to Three-I fans WESTERN LEAGUE. W. Denver 101 Des Moines -94 Lincoln 87 St. Joseph ,. 88 Omaha 79 Sioux City 73 Topeka 73 L. 62 73 77 78 86 92 92 Wichita 65 101 ret .627 .567 .E;o .530 .479 .446 .446 .391 44. HHSn.TS YESTEKDAT. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago. 5; Pittsburgh, 1. St. Louis, 4; Cincinnati, 1. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit, 9; Chicago. 8. St. Louis, 93; Cleveland, No other games scheduled. WESTERN LEAGUE. Des Moines, 6 3; Sioux City, 2 2. Wichita, 35; Lincoln, 07. St. Joseph, 26; Omaha, 18. TACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Los Angeles, 46; Venice, 15. Sacramento, 104; San Francisco, 55. Portland, 4; Oakland, 0. Totals 33 1 6 24 14 Batted for O Toole in the eighth Chicago 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 ojto learn that there were any umpire-. Pittsburgh 0 0000001 0 1; during the 1913 season. Meanwhile, Two base hit-Keating. McCarthy. !tiiere ha been no c.a11 ls8ued for tne 'Stewart, Miller. Struck out-By Stack fal1 meeting ot tne letgue. 1 he sup ! (Miller, Kafora!); by OToole (Zabel); Position is that services will be held Decatur not Loser. Loula Baker, a former Millikin stu dent and member of the Kappa Delta Chi fraternity. Is to be married to Miss Adelle O'Neal of Clarksville. Texas, Oct. 15. They will make their home In New York City, where Mr. Baker is in the automobile supply business. goal, but got away, fell, and rolled seven yards over the chalk mark. SaUmann kicked goat. Score 30-0. Daver.port kicked off. SaUmann n.ade a 30 yard gain. Another dow n and the game was over. The line-up: Pick-ups Independents Hoary Kersch .... le .. Murphy, Sage. Fryer Rocke It Ward I iarry Fersch ... lg Wagner Brondell Houter c Paridoa two seasons, and stood tenth in last ; year's list of candidates. His potent swatting and steady first basing have been of great value to the Brooklyn team this season. He was given place on every ballot Connelly (top) and Rigler. Umpire Connelley of the American I '.eagua and Umpire Rigler of the Na- tlonal ieaeue are two cf the four j umpires w-ho wil; officiate during the a" worlds eenea games. eyes w:il follow every by Cooper (Stack). Bases on balls i in Chicago some time next week. Off Zabel, 1; off O'Toole, 3; off Cooper, I -ate today u was rumored that the 1. Hits Off Zabel, 3 in five innings; l" '"us off O'Toole, 8 in seven innings. Hit by pitcher By Suck (Kafora). Passed ball Kafora. Time 1:43. Umpire Emslie and O'Day. TIGERS WIS. Detroit. Mich., Oct. 6. The Whlta Sox and the Ticers closed the Ameri- Their eagle caa ieague season here yesterday with move ot the : iumh'. of more varieties of baseball pearc-d. but an investigation branded same as a falsehood. -- . j - U UI UK'I C 'Ul II lil J V . Ui.)L It Is customary for Mr. Chalmers players participa ins in the games,! that It hitherto was thought possible to present the automobiles to the in-j from the time they come from the j to cram into one afternoon, the Tig ners at one of the games of the world's t tench to the call cf "batter u&" ers finally getting the long end of series, and this will be possible this 'until the last play is made an :heja 9 to 8 score year, as neither Johnson nor Daubert championship is decided. SATURDAY GAMES " FOOTBALL. Chicago triumphed over Indiana, 21 to 7, in the opening game of the sea son. Northwestern surprised its fol lowers by defeating Lake Forest 10 to 0. Other western scores were: Michigan 48, Case 0; Purdue 26, Wabash 0; Minnesota 25. Ames 0; Not In His Lin. "Thiy tell me." said the new re porter, w-ho was doing nn Interview, "that yon have succeeded in forging your way to the front." '"Sir," replied the self made man coldly, "you have been misinformed. I'm n forger." London Globe. were slow in getting to the pile-up, and in a few Intervening seconds, Hota sneaked the pigskin over the line, according to those who were close enough to the play to know what waa what. Hotz got by with It however, and the score was allowed. That little caper marred Rock Island's 1913 record and snatched victory from Its grasp. 1IOT7. STAR. Rock Island's lone touchdown came at the beginning of the third quarter within five minutes after the whistle had blown. The rest between halves seemed to put fresh "pep" Into the red and gold warriors, and the ball was carried to a vantage point by steady gains. Criswell ploughed through for a substantial distance, and on the next play Whlsler tore a hole through the Iowa line and rammed through for a touchdown. Glass kicked goal. Captain Hota, the fullback ot th Iowa aggregation, was easily the star performer of tho afternoon. He gavet an .exhibition of line plunging, the like of which has not been witnessed hereabouts for many moons. Once given the ball, It seemed as though nothing could stop him. On both of fense and defense he was everywhere at once, and the ginger which he injected into his men during the clos ing moments of the fray, was largely; responsible for that lone score. In' ground gained, the visitors held the bulge over the locals, and red and gold supporters may be exceedingly thank ful that the game ended a tie. Twice at the close of the first half, Iowa ' City was almost over the line and when the whistle blew but a scant two yards intervened between Iowa City and a touchdown. All due credit must be given Rock Island for tbe way the lowans were repulsed. The line stiffened and the men blocked everything. TACKI.IG POOR. On open field tackling Rock Island was poor. The new men outplayed the veterans in this respect Looby, the Milan boy, went in at quarter the second half, and covered himself with glory. The boy, although green and Inexperienced, is an instinctive football player and has the necessary head. His tackling wan superb. He was everywhere. Klpp may bo a good quarterback, but he hasn't a thing on I.cohy. The Milan lad should have a place on the team at all hazards, and If he Is not given a regular berth, a great mistake will be made, accord ing to the opinion of the old heads. Dablen at left, end was Into It every minute. He followed the ball and made a lot of swell tackles. In get ting down on punts, he did not show exceptionally well, but this, It Is be lieved, Is due to lack of coaching, more than anything else. On one occasion, Jthe right end of the Iowa squad do liberatel y tackled Dahlen, while the latter was getting down on a kick. The officials were slumbering, how ever, and no penally was attached. One great fault ot the Rock Island ends seems to be cutting in too soon, instead of going around the man com ing with the ball. The center portions of the Rock Island line looked bad, although the boys took a real brace In the last half. The line-up: Rock Island (7) Iowa City (7) Hinkley, Dahlen . . le Kenney Andrews It Kinney Passivs. "Po 50a lost your mouey In the stock markelT So." replied Mr. Lambkin: "I didn't even have the fun of losing it myself. I took another man's tip and then al lowed n broker play it for me." Wash ington Star. Chalk. Clarke . . R. Phllbrook ... Bleuer G. Phllbrook ... Glass Gaetjer Kipp, Iyooby Ackely, Klpp . . Criswell Whlsler, captain is c Zithammer . Luscombe Death Valley Jim Scott started to Wisconsin 58. Lawrence 7; Iowa 45. ' All Settled. "Have yon asked your father's con sent to marry that young man?" "More t'-ian that Mother and I have iarel him to refuse." Detroit Free Press. No great characters are formed In this world without Buffering and self denial. -Matthew Ileury- rg Campbell . rt Gott . re Harrison . qb Baldwin rhb Baldwin . fb . . . Hot"., captain Ihb McGovern Touchdowns Rock. Island, Whlsler; Iowa City. Hotz. Goals Rock Island, Glass; Iowa City, Kinney. Time of quarters 10 minutes. Referee Ander son. Umpirt) Adams. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has become famous for Us cures of coaghr, colds, croup and Influenza. Try It when in need. It contains no harm ful substance and always gives prompt 1 relief- Sold by all aruggisuL iaqv.j