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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, XOM1MBER 28, 1912.
CLARK TOO GREAT
FOR PEORIA TEAM
IN FINAL BATTLE
then Whisler smashed through the Pe-t
oria line for the second touchdown. ;
Hippler kicked the goal. Score, R. I.
16. M. T. 0.
Rock Island kicked off for a third
time. Manual made six and the ball
was fumbled. Hippler getting it. Clark
made 10. Whisler 4. Whisler 10. bring
ing the ball to the 12-yard line.
The local signals were balled up and
I the ball fumbled. U. Clarke getting
Bock Island High School Eleven' "Pn It on the 40-yard. Rock Island.
Closes Season With Bril- f aIrr r?n .r 10 wa.8 Penanz5a
FINAL COUNT WAS 56 TO 12
Although Outweighed Greatly the la
land City Team Presents Clever
Battle Peoria Weak.
The Peoria Manual Training hU;h
school football team went down to a i
bitter defeat, by a score cf 55 to 12. :
at the hands cf the Rock Island higb-f
rirT at r:t' 8'lK!pp followed with 15. Glass missed
The Jorals o'U'lassed their opponents
In all portions of the frame, but Peoria t
presented the weakest contest it has
13 for using hands In interference. On
the next play they received the same
penalty for same offense, and then
were penal-zed 5 more for offside play.
Glas3 made 10 and Whisler 8, when
Glass punted. The quarter ended with
the ball on the Islander 40-yard In
possession of Manual. De Nufrio made
two gains of 10 each. Stranch made 25,
and U. Clarke only tackling him on the
S yard line in time to sare a touch
down. Line bucks took np three of the
four downs, and then the alletate full
back. Stranch. took the oval over for
the first Peoria score. He missed the
Manual kicked off. Ackley made 25.
NOTRE DAME HAS
AN EASY VICTORY
Beats Texas 29 to 7 Syracuse
Wallops St. Louis Univer
sity 75 to 0.
th'is far this season. a'cor!ing to the
members of the team. Indications
d'iring the ron'est were thar the Dis
tillery ity lulu were not in pr'meeon
i.tinrj for the trii;i;Ie.
Play Well From Start.
From the first whistle the Islander
eleven had their opponent?, who out-1
weaned, them as usual, on 'lie run. and j
not onre did the dew n--taters have a!
-hane for victory. Although lheyj
wer- outplayed from cum to eons, the-l
! a drop kick, and Rock Island retained
possession of ball.
After a series of line bucks. Whisler
went over for another touchdown,
Hippler kicking goal. U. Clarke made
the next score after a 20-yard run with
an intercepted forward pass. Hippler
kicked goal. Chamberlain. Manual
quarterback, was taken out of the
game with a spra'ned knee, Daley go
ing in the contest. The second half
was a repetition of the first, the locals
making 20 points while the Peorians
made another touchdown for 6.
The teams lined up as follows:
Peoria Manual. Rock Island.
. ..LE Andrews
Xewsain L.T...' Hippler
Austin, Texas, Nov. 28. Notre
Dame's football team defeated the Uni
versity of Texas 29 to 7, by using a
combination of old and new style
play. The undefeated "Notre Dame
eleven battered the Texas line until
It was almost exhausted, then opened
up a series of forward passes and
drop kicks which repeatedly were
turned Into scores. The Hoosiers
crossed the Texas line twice in the
Notre Dame's" back plunged infto
the Texas line ' 77 times for a
total of 243 yards. The Hoosier play
ers scored three touchdowns and Dor
als booted three field goals. One
of the touchdowns resulted from a
fake forward pass. Another came in
the last minute of play, when Mills,
a tall substitute right end, caught a
Texas forward pass high in the air
almost directly above he goal line.
Quarterback Dorals of Notre Dame
himself scored 17 of his team's points.
imuiiery city laflH !)-ui le given : Brevemier
erect rcr tnelr remarkable licung
Miri. ror tune and a.'ain they would j rtari(i;Ul LG . . Philbrock, Cain
railv around their cai-tam. Ie Nufrio, j iton ( W. Clark
and make thinis hot for a bii'.rt time , wittereid RJ Chalk
for the Island C.'y team Alien RT. . . Crisw ell. Glass
U.Clark Excels. Warner RE Glass. Dahlen
None in the he'. I proted to be as! Chamlrl'n. Daley. QB Kipp.Reevesj
fleet of fool uk Uljoses Clark, star half-! I Nufrio. Capt...LH l. Clarke J
back fcr the lo als, and with a kad t leering RH..Ackiey, Kiiestat j
but one yard he easily 'ild en-! branch KB Whisler. Capt.
distance any man on either eleven, and Summary: Touchdowns Rock Is
time and again he would carry the baH !and. I". Clark. 3: Whiter, 2; Kipp. 2;
for large gains. His first f-a'ure run: Ackley; Peoria. Stanch. Doering.
was on the second play for the Iiotue I Goals Hippler. 0 out of f. sareiv
team, when he spruced 5", jar-Is f-r;Rock Island. Referee Adams. Mo
the firri touchdown f the j--aine. At , l.ne. I'mpire Olson. Peoria. Head
another titne ho intercepted a forward i linesman Tasg. Rock Island. Time
pass aud trotted '', yards for fix i:its! of quarters 15 minutes,
mere. His defensive work w as on a I
jar with that o." Whisler, and between!
them the two set the stsnd.ird for
work of the li-landers.
Playing side by side. Whisker and
''lark were a coup!e to be feared, and
time and again, one with the ball, the
other as !nterference, they would tear
off Iargu gains. Whisler played right
St. Louis. Mo.. Nov. 28. Before a
crowd of 10.000 mournful St. Louisans
the Syracuse university football team
literally carried the St. Louis univer
sity team first across" one-half the
gridiron and then across the other
half, defeating the locals, 75 to 0.
Quarterback Johnson and Ieft Half
Castle for Syracuse, gained more
ground and scored more points for
their team than d:d all the other visit
ing players together. Each made four
touchdowns and Castle kicked eight
out of ten goals. On tcp of this he
brought a storm of applause even from
the St. Louis section by a spectacular
run of 7 yards for a touchdown after
successfully evading half a dozen op
ponents. Syracuse scored 12 times.
to pay for a franchise more money
than any other city ever paid. And
Childs thinks the town would make
good with a capital G. It has been
without baseball for a year and hun
gers for the game.
The attraction of a team in a Class
B league would be a big card, as it
was with Quincy when that city rose
from the Central association to the
Three-I. . Galesburg is a city or some
25.000 people, is connected by inter
urban with some populous suburbs
and though it is a "dry" town, experi
ence has shown that fortunate or un
fortunate condition as you look at it
has not hurt baseball attendance in
other cities. It is ideally situated for
membership in the Three-I circuit
geographically, lying comparatively
close to Peoria and Quincy and break
ing a ,'ump from Davenport to the
southern section of the league. If
Galesburg should acquire the Danville
franchise, for instance, it would mean
a considerable saving in mileage.
Dr. Childs believes that Three-I cir
cles w ill hear a good deal from Gales
burg shortly regarding Its baseball
desires, though it was not its inten
tion to go after a franchise with a
brass band and he regrets that the
story gjt out so early.
theiALEDO ELEVEN WINS
THE STATE TITLE
Aledo, 111.. Nov. 28. William and
Vashti yesterday defeated the Illinois
college eleven. 61 to 14, in the decid
ing came for the championship of the
end on the defense, arV. an exhibition j Illinois collegiate conference. Prior
of such tncMini; as show n by him has to the game each team had lost only
not been seen on the Isiand City grid- cn(, contest in the conference. Vashti
Iron for stime tiir.e past, 'scored from long passes and trick
For the victors'. Do Nufrio. Stranch j plays, counting in every quarter, inl
and Newsam were the only consistent j Ilos niade its touchdowns from two
ground gainers on the l,"s'i!!ory squad. ; runs of 30 and 20 yards respectively.
Clark Scores. '
Matiu:iJ received the kl'kofY but . ' "
couid not gain, and punU-d. Akleyjj WAS A THRILLER
roccvered K'vn'i fumble Wbitler!
went three, and on the next play, af
ter one miunte of battle, I. Clarke
si rlnted yur!s for a tu hdown.
Hipp'er k.cked gnal. 'te. Rock Is
land 7. Mnnial Training .
Ro k Island kicked off auai.i. Man
ual held for downs anil attempted a
punt, which was blocked by Philbrook.
Manual fell on the p
Dr. C. F. Childs Does Not Deny
That He 13 Interested in
Rock Island, 56; Peoria Manual high,
Davenport, 26; Moline, 0.
Harrisburg, 38; Cairo. 6.
New Richmond, 54; Chippewa Falls,
Menominee, 9; Marinette. 0.
Marshalltown. 7; Cedar Rapids, 7.
Danville, 74; Crane Minors, 0.
Freeport. 38: Dion, 0.
Pontlac. 13; Normal, 0.
Evansville, 15; Terre Haute, 9.
Bradford, 13; Wyoming, 0.
Champaign. 14; Vrbana, 0.
Arthur Hill (Saginaw), 19 Saginaw,
Hundreds of fans who witnessed the
Iaveni)ort-Molir.e high school conteet,
as they were emerg.ng from the Three
Eye leacue park in Davenport yes
terday afternoon, saw a most thrilling 'and
A Moline auto was being driven from
the rark. the occupants all waving
-kin on seven- ' Moline pennants. A Davenport young
.ird line. They tried an "-nd r:n on; man, inspired by the victory of the
ditcct pass friin ener. li:it the hall' Iowa team, attempted to secure one of
was fumbled ard Stranch fell oj ball ; the Moline pennants and Jumped on
bar:, of Krat. scoritii; safety for Rock i the back of the car.
Is and Score, Kock Island P. .Mauualj The driver of the machine increas
Tra'ning ". j ed the speed, and one of the men In
Jliill is p it in frricimapt' on ard the rear seat, with a cane, commenced
line. Islar.ders hold M. T. Tr dow as,1 ndmin'stering a beating to the Daven
and Distillers punt to H'.p !er. who re-1 port rooter es he clung to the ma
turns it to the 2"-yard line X fpy made j chine. The Davenport you'h was
! yards aud Ackley five. J series of later arrested, but last evening was
line plunge r.e'ted three yards, and released.
Now that the story has come out
that Galesburg seeks a franchise In
the Three-I league. Dr. C. F. Childs,
whose name was connected with it as
one who mieht be interested in the
game in Galesburg, does not deny that
he is interested, but not in the role
of franchise holder.
As. Dr. Childs puts it, his part ex
tends only to this: G ilesburg people,
anxious to get back into the game.
commissioned him to make inquiries
as to the purchase of a Three! fran
chise, informing him that they would
pledge themselves to back a club in
the Three-I to the extent of $8,000, or
rather that they would make that in
itial expenditure for a franchise, man
ager of known ability and experience
a team intact.
Dr. Childs told the Galesburg peo
ple he had reason to believe they
could land what they wanted in the
Three-I for that money. He does not
care to say what franchise or fran
chises he believes can be secured, but
he does make it clear that he never
had in mind an idea that they could
get the Decatur franchise, for, of
course, he expects to see Decatur still
in the game. He might have suggested
to Galesburg, however, that it would
be possible t ) land George Reed for a
The point is that Galesburg wants
in the Three-I league and is willing
Kewanee. 2S; Galesburg. 14.
Rochelle All Stars, 32; Rochelle H.
Cedar Falls, 26; Iowa Falls, 0.
Rockford. 70; Normal, 0.
Iowa City. 41; Burlington, 3.
Cahery, 20; Peoria, 6.
Grand Rapids, 13; Muskegon; 0.
Marietta, 13; Ohio. 7.
Western Reserve, 17; Case, 6.
Miami. 13; Cincinnati, 7.
Washburn, 6; Kansas Aggies, 6.
St. Thomas, 13; Marquette, 0.
Syracuse, 74; St. Louis, 0.
Colorado Mines, 49; Denver, 7.
Cornell, 21; Penn, 0.
Georgetown, 16; Holy Cross. 7.
Carlisle, 13; Brown, 0.
Pittsburgh, 7; Penn State, 6.
Notre Dame, 29; Texas, 7.
Oklahoma, 14; Colorado, 3.
Vanderbilt, 63; Sewanee, 13.
Tarkio, 23; Omahc university, 6.
Whitman college, 36; University of
Washington, 20; Washington State,
Oregon Aggies, 3; Idaho, 0.
St. Mary's college, 7; Doane, 7.
ROCK ISLAND BOY
IN CORNELL GAME
Guyer Plays Left Guard for
Cornell Eleven Which Beat
Much local interest was centered In
the Cornell-Pennsylvania football
game at Philadelphia yesterday after
noon, owing to the presence of the
Rock Island boy, Guyer, left guard, on
the Cornell team.
Guyer's teammates closed their sea
son by defeating the University of
Pennsylvania for the second time in
the 21 years the two teams have met
in .football contests. The score was
21 to 0.
It was a great victory for the Itha
cans, and it was joyously celebrated
by the 3,600 students who came from
Cornell to see the annual battle. Cor
nell's only other victory against Penn
sylvania was in 1901, when the big
Red team won, 23 to 6. In 1906 the
teams played a scoreless tie.
With 'the exception of punting and
forward passing. Cornell showed su
periority in every department. Its
ability to advance the ball through the
line and its quickness in fathoming
Pennsylvania s intricate plays sur
prised the followers of the Quakers.
The Pennsylvania eleven tried
everything it had in the way of new
and old football, and Cornell always
was there to stop it, with one con
spicuous exception. This was in the
third period, when Capt. Young of
Pennsylvania ran 42 yards after re
ceiving the ball from Chester Minds
on a delayed pass. It was the longest
sprint of the game.
Cornell played a powerful offensive
game, especially in the first period,
when the New York eleven scored two
touchdowns. Getting the ball in about
mianeia, Cornell twice took it over
by straight football smashes at Penn
sylvania's center and tackles and by
short dashes outside of tackles.
l 1 srv
r V m :f
BIG CROWD SEES
MOLINE 26 TO 0
Five Thousand Football Fans of
the Tri-Cities Attend Grid
A WALKAWAY FROM START
Plow City Team Was Weak In Both
the Offensive and Defensive
WEST AURORA TRIMS
EAST AURORA 13 TO 3
Aurora. III., Nov. 28. The West high
football team defeated the East high
in the twentieth annual Thanksgiving
geme, 13 to 3. and clinched the down
state title. The winners have chal
lenged Oak Park for a state title game.
West high has not lost a high school
In the opinion of many critics who
have followed fle work of the foot
ball players on the gridiron this tea
son, Deetjen of Wesleyan has earned
for himself a position on the so-called
All-American team. Young Deetjen
of the class of '16 hails from Mont
clair, N. J., and although In his first
year on the Wesleyan varsity, picys
quarter and fullback equally welL
game in three years,
Ten thousand at-
HIGH WON SIX GAMES
The gridiron season of the Rock
Island high school was ushered in
with a blaze of glory by a victory
over the Alumni, 12 to 0, and the fin
ish was similar, with a defeat accord
ed the Peoria Manual Training high
school team, 56 to 12.
During the season, however, the
Rock Island lads lost three games
and have six victories credited to their
There were many surprises during
I the gridiron season of ten weeks, and
Illinois Wesleyan, 7; State Normal probably most notable of which was
7. j the shift in the positions on the team
Eastern Illinois Normal, 6; Milli-jmade by Coach Corneal just previous
kin. 0. to the final game.
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Multnomah club, 19; University of
Knox, 13; Monmouth, 13.
Colorado college, 49; College of Em
Johns Hopkins. 14; St John's col
Ohio Northern, 7; University of De
Ellsworth college, 20; Des Moines
Washington and Jefferson, 52; Buck
Lafayetle, 7; Dickinson, 0.
Rochester, 26; Deniaon, 13.
Franklin and Marshall, 40; Gettys
Virginia, 26; North Carolina. 7.
Haskell, 13; Christian Brothers' col
Tennessee, 13; Kentucky State, 6.
Transylvania, 6; Central university,
Chattanooga. 55: Georgetown, Ky., 6.
South Dakota, 17: Creighton, 0.
Utai Aggies, 21; University of Utah.
St. Joseph's college, 13; Buena Vista
Wittenberg, IS; Antioch, 0.
Mississippi. 0: Ouachltp, 0.
Teas A. and M., 7: L. S. U., 7.
Arkansas, 14; Tulane. 0.
Mississippi A. and M., 7; Alabama, 0.
George Tech., 34; Clemson, 0.
Oklahoma A. and M.. 0; Missouri
School of Mines, 14.
Florida. 24; Mercer, 0.
North Carolina A. and M., 6; Wash
ington and Lee, 0.
Fairmont college, 13; Friend univer
New Mexico A. and M.. 15; New
Mexico Military. 7.
Arizona. 7; New Mexico, 3.
Drury, 83; Shurtleff. 3.
Island Rock Is-
, 56; Pe-
Kansas City, Mo. Before going to
Tucson, Arix, Dr. William T. Elam,
charged with killing W. P. Cramer of
Chicago, sent a Thanksgiving box
containing a geld watch and chain, f SO
and a suit of clothes to Hugh A. Miller,
prisoner In the county Jail, who did
the physician small favors while he
also was la the Jail.
Additional Sports on Page 7.
The locals scored 129 points and
their opponents tallied 123. Clinton
and Rockford each trimmed the locals
42 to 0, while Monmouth won over
the locals 7 to 6, on the failure of
Glass to kick goal.
The folh?ving is the summary of
Alumni at Rock
land, 12; Alumni, 7.
Iowa City at Rock
Island. 7; Iowa City, 7.
Clinton at Clinton Rock Island, 0;
Macomb Normal at Rock Island
Rock Island, 21; Normal, 0.
Princeton at Rock Island; Rock Is
land 20; Princeton, 6.
Galesburg at Galesburg Rock Is
land. 6; Galesburg, 0.
Geneseo at Geneseo Rock Island,
12; Geneseo, 0.
Rockford at Rock Island Rock Is
land, 0; Rockford. 42.
Monmouth at Monmouth
land, 6; Monmouth, 7.
Peoria Manual Training
Rock Island Rock Island
Total victories, six'.
Tie games, one:
Number defeats, three.
Total score of Rock Island, 123.
Total score of opponents, 123.
Who Will Be Captain?
There is much discussion rife at
the Rock Island high school on the
question of electing a captain of the
team for next year. It has been the
precedent of the football players to
elect a player for the leadership who
has won two, but preferably three,
letters on the gridiron. With the grad
uation of Whisler. Larkln, Andrews
and Glass, all of the men who have
played on the team for three years
will have left the school. This com
plicates matters, eo that the choice
of the field general Is a matter which
will be much discussed during the
next few days before the election
will be held. Both of the Clarks,
Wendell and Ulysses, Gail Philbrook,
Ackley. Looby and Reeves, are eli
gible for tk honor, but none of them
have made football letters before
this season. The election will prob
ably be bel2 la Luo near fu'.uro.
Good Material Goes.
With the opening of the football
season next fail, Coach Corneal will
have the task of drilling practically
an entire new football eleven to rep
resent the local school on the grid
iron. Eleven players will graduate
next spring and among those are men
who have proved to be the strong'
hold on the eleven this season. Those
who have played their last game for
the high school, the number of years
they have played, and the position
played this year follow: Captain
Whisler, four years, left half two
years and full back this .season; ex-
Captain Larkin, three years, end,
(out of game this year on account
of injuries); Criswell, two years, full
back and tackle; Andrews, three
years, tackle and end: Glass, three
years, tackle and end; Chalk, two
years, guard; Hippler, one year, back
field, tackle and end; Kipp, two
years, quarterback; Krlestat, one year,
sub backfield; Cain, one year, back-
field; Dahien, one year, end.
These ten gridiron stars finished
their careers on the high school elev
en yesterday in the game with the
Peoria Manual Training high school
team at the Island City park. Having
won four football emblems in as many
years at the local school. Captain
"Speed-em-up" Whisler has lived up
to his second nicknam, or "Spider"
has always had the preference, al
though both of his handles fit him well
and has always shown a speed that
recommended him for a backfield po
sition. In 1D10, he was playing sub-1
stitute end and quarterback. In his
second season on the squad he con
tinued in this capacity, but last year
he nailed down his first regular posi
tion, left half back, and in that place
made himself feared by all opponents.
This year, his last, he was elected
captain by a unanimous vote, WiUard
"Pete" Larkin having been injured so
badly that he bad to drop football
and refign the captaincy. There will
be a full team of "R. I." men who will
graduate next spring for ex-Captain
Larkin will receive his diploma with
the other gridiron stars. Similar to
Whisler. he has Dlaved Vhre yeara on
the team and was easi the man best
fitted for the leadership of the local
school eleven. Early ih the season, in
fact before the Alumni contest, he
was internally Injured and was out
of the game for the ear. Upon t"Te
acceptance of his resignation. Will
Whisler was the choice of the eleven.
The two tackles of the team this
year have attract4 nruch favorable
notice. Glass and Andrews, tackles
the first of the season, but shifted
to end positions for the last game,
have won names fdr themselves as be
ing fast, heavy ajid brainy players,
and In all the contests have Inspired
confidence In the backfield men by
the fact that the line charges could
always make a gain through the tackle
Davenport and Moline engaged In
their annual Thanksgiving scrap yes
terday. Davenport grabbing tho trl
city championship by a score of 26 ta
0. It was Davenport's game from start
to finish, and the entire Moline team
seemed to have a bad attack of stags
gained from 20 to 30
yards on exchange of every punt.
Their backs charged the line with
terrific force..arid it usually took three
or four Moline tacklers to down ona
man as the Plow City tackling was
Brownie Scores First.
After a series of line smashes ol
10 to 12 yards at a time, Brownia
shot around right end with perfect in
terference for 25 yards and a touch
down in the first five minutes of play.
From then on the result was never in
doubt, the Davenport backs ripping
through the Moline line with great
regularity. The maroon and white
found Davenport's line invulnerable
and were forced to punt time and time
In the third quarter the maroon and
white took a spurt, using numerous
forward passes, but a red and blue
tackier was always on the job and
they did not get within striking dis
tance. In the second and third quar
ters the Moline line braced, the red
and blue being forced to punt a num
ber of times.
In the latter part of the third quar
ter Kelly slipped in on Moiine's right
end for another toucjuown. In the
final period, Davenport showed the
fiercest attack witnessed in a long
time. Plunging steadily down the
field the ball was carried to the ten
yard line, when Rhoades dashed
around the end for the third touch
The final count came when the same
tactics were used, Tomson took the "
ball over with a terrific plunge through
the weakened maroon and white line.
With two minutes to play the red and
blue started down the field, but time
was called before the Iowans threat
ened. Urownlie, Tomson, Kelly and
Rhoades proved stars for the red and
blue aggregation, and Swanson, Willis
and Kiel played the star game for
Rock Island Represented.
Rock Island not only contributed
500 spectators to the local game but
sent a delegation of about 1500 to tho
Davenport-Mollne game. The largest
crowd that ever turned out to witness
a football game in this section was
present yesterday and it is estimated
that between 5,000 and 6.000 attended.
Enthusiasm ran high and the side
lines were a solid mass of pennants,
ribbons and fantistic color schemes.
The Line Up.
The teams lined up as follows:
Thomson C Wood
Jager LG Swanson
Sears RG Lundberg
, . . . Simonson
Rhodes (act. cap)RHB. . . ,
Time of game 2:30 p. m.
Time of quarters 10 minutes.
Officials Nelson A. Kellogg. S. V.
I., referee. Coach Griffith, Drake, um
pire. Robb, Rock Island, head linesman.
Davenport , -.6 0 7
Moline 0 0 0
NOTABLES WILL SEE
BIG GRIDIRON BATTLE
New York, Nov. 28. The line-up of
spectators for the Army-Navy football
game on Saturday was made practical
ly complete by announcement of tha
(Mstinguished men who have reserved
boxes on the Navy side of the stadium
at the Polo grounds. The list includes
such famous naval heroes as Admiral
George Dewey and Rear Admirals
Claries D. Sigsbee, Robert E. Peary.
V. A. Clark, Beaton Schroeder, and
numerous names quite as familiar In
current naval annals. The seating ar
rangements have been so adjusted that
President Wilson, as commander In
chief of both the army and navy, can
divide his support between the two
service schools by sluing on the Navy
side of the field during the latter half
of the football battle.
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