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rc!pt of ettries ! Monday. Juna 7.
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frcra Rork I.Un l h:b achool. wao !
laat year carrie-1 off tha Individual
hoeora aa th reprr.tatlv of tha
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ttared both dashaa. the turd'.-a.
bmal J-iTp. ahotp'jt and dtacaa throw.
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by thai of Uo4 Swart, a former win-1
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HOPES TO CREATE A
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OFF COMPROMISE '
rn-l Forks. N. IV. Jun 3 The
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It ra arti.Vd yemerday afternoon, the I
.H-rera and club offirl.Ia compromls-
i r-sult play resumed toi.'av after
only one day'a Intermission. Th
ptavora haa been reinstated In organ
ize 1 baseball.
Mor, b"o Knepper.
ulooro,rtoa- 151 June 3 Pttcher
KuPP'. ao Jumped to Join
st- Loik Federalg from Dloomlngton
n1 "bo ,mtjr at reinstatement
tn trn'l baaeball. baa declined an
?e'r lo r',a s- Lo- nl will pitch
,or "nry ln!et-dcr.t team.
To Racing Automobiles
AM UnD! WUZM
HLL HUIIU VVIILI1
THIS PAIR MEETS
. I.rarh ( n-s and Ad Wnlcn-t I'ut I ji a
l.hrit Mill Mhirh Former
In on I'oinI.
' Ne'- Vnrk. June 3. There was never
1 an Mie murr.ent durlnft the bout be
j lfi-n I.eai h Cross B.il A 1 Wolpast at
'the St. Ni'-hda AthJi-tic c!ul last
' r.iKht. anil ulthoush I.ea-h battered
I Hf)!snt's jaw v.d fac e until it peemed
j t!.at huiT:an end-jrani-e cui 1 stand no
n:ore t.'i" linie M!c!i'va:i boxer never
j vrvi-r- l for a niomvr.t a:td put up one
1 of ti.e KJDf-il eh:r ''His t!:;it Iihs been
I een In a rmn in some tin-.-v
It !;as fieen seven ! r.s iitortlis sirre
A!t!p!i ban taKfti fart in a rstir en
ji:ntT a:-. 1. a::!:-ui:!i i.e J:as rct:iinel
t!..:t ssrc.-.:i e. borir.i: s:vie nf lioxii-.s
t!:nt n:a ! liini f.tni.-u. !:c - as rot in:
pr n-d in 1 !.- rr s. He j.i.-.: io;!dn't
I stop tti.it I.-ft jal of the lr.t.-!'s and
I.V.K h st.iK. re.l l.im several times
!l-.en lie follow.d :!:e jab nitfi a ter
, rlrtc rieht i ini; to the jaw or face.
Cross naa fnr too lever for the ex
: ehatiipion and while he kept daiiciiisr
; away from Wolcast s left hand he
drove home Jib and swfr.i; tiiat rocked
Wnitasi n head
like a ship in a !m-
j REALIZE WAR IS ON;
NO DERBY THIS WEEK
London. June Tle Jirst Wednes
: uav in Jane has le-n :evote.i lor con-
er.itlons in London's preat raring car-
nival, the d.-rby at Epsom, and its
omission th!x yenr brought home to
the citizens of ;!;e llritls'i i-aj it.1.!. with
peculiar emphasis, the serious . risis
through w'ii. h t!i i:;rinn is passing.
I'orby day always lias l..-t-:i The most
Popular uportiri; evt-iit of t!.o year. Tho
rare was mitiirsso! l.y x'r.e lnti KiriR
K,,warJ "' year from 1S03 un'il
I'j'i'J except when l.e was kept away by
The ilo. Islon of tl.
enrs during the
all ract- n:
war xr(l, that at N'" Market does j
not meet in un means witn universal ;
approval. Quite apart from persons t
ir.TeresTeil Ui racing because it is their
occupation, or means of livelihood,
large numbers are of the opinion that
such a drastic closing down of race
meetings not only Is needless, bin in
imical to horse breeding. They point
to th fact that racing Is going on as
uaual In Germany and contend that its i
prohibition In England probably wil !
oe regarded by her enemies as a sig
nal of weakness and nervousness, mak
Inn her a subject of ridicule.
CHRIS MELOW AGAIN
HIGH AMONG BOWLERS
Chrla Melow Is still king pin of the
"rubber neck" ahootera at the Island 1 :
City alleys. This week Chris Is again 1
high with a count of 12S. Last week :
I Chris won the J2 prize offered by Jim !
Nonuoyle for high score, with a count J
Baseball Pool 1 Stopped.
Milwaukee. June 3. Approximately
4,000 ticket of a baseball pool were
confiacaled yesterday by District
torner Zabel. The haul Is tha largest , colored fighters are feeling rather
made so far by the district attorney In blue.
hla campaign against the operating of! Jess Willard'a treatment of Jack
baseball pools. The tickets were re--Johnson probably brought the mat
clvod here by express. Tbey were ter to ite close, though the feeling
marked and punched and were ready ! seems to have been growing for some
toJ place In circulation. ! while. With the large smoke cleared
"From wbat we can learn the sale j away the fighters of other classes felt
of tickets In baseball pools is a thing , somewhat more courageous and agreed
of the past la Milwaukee." said Mr. jit was time to speak up and call a halt.
vTb.ouh. u would aeem that th heavy
O AMATEUR BASEBALL PL O
Woodmen of the World
Manager. Clark Means. Phone
Kock Island 145.
Rock Island Grays Manager.
Hert Parks. Elm Street barber
shop. Phone Fred Grams, Rock
Illinois Oil Company Man
ager. P. A. Johnson. Phone
Hock Island 1110.
&i0 Block Manager, Fred
Krueper. Phone Rock Island
Cubs Manager. Eugene Cav
anaugh. Phone Rock Island
Harge Cardinals Manager,
William Smith. Phone Rock Is
Cross Countrys Manager,
James Fox. Phone Rock Island
Meier Markets Manager.
Paul Meier. Phone Rock Island
Rock Island Firemen Man
ager, S. I). Fairman. Phone
Rock Island 2174.
Hy-Tex Manager, J. W.
Grimes. Rural Route No'. 6,
Moline Rangers Manager,
Lee Greko. Phone Moline 963.
Moline Olympics Manager.
Carl Adolphson. Phone Moline
Si'vis Baseball clut) Man
ager. P. A. Lee. Silvis.
Port Byron Baseball Secre
tary, A. L. McRoberts.
Velie Grays Manager C. H.
Crippen. Phone Moline 2759.
Moline East End Regulars
Manager. Louis Foote. Phone
Moline Illini Manager. Clar
ence Lucas, 2920 Eleventh ave
nue. Phone Moline 52.
Moline Indians Manager.
George Kc-mmerling. Phone
("olona Manager, Frank Am
mermaa. Colona. III.
B.isrball Injury is Fatal.
Evansvi'.k-. Ind.. June 3. Walter
Center. 17 years old. died here yesfer-
cay from concussion of the brain
caused lv beinc hit with a baseball
while playing last Sunday.
Sherrard. 111.. June 3. Crawford
All Stars defeated Sherrard White
Sox, 4 to 3. Score:
Crawford 10003000 0 4 S 1
0-0-1-0-0-0-2-0-0 3 3 5
Williams. Hayes and De-
voe; Thompson and Kinsey.
Rnekford Releases Two Men.
Rockford. 111.. June 3. The Rock
ford club yesterday released Pitcher
Rex Ames and Outfielder Will Kirsch.
All the news all the time TbeArgus.
The fight game seems to be barring
Colored fighters. Every title-holder
;haa declared that fighting the coons is
: not much to his taste and that hence-
At-!for,n ne 11 have no more of it. And
THE BOXING BILL
Scurrying for Absentees Results la
Adoption by Closest Kind of a
REFERENDUM DISARMS ENEMIES
N'ott Left to Hnne. Which Killed
Measure Two Meets Ako
Shanahnn a Fartor.
Springfield, 111.. June 3. With to
votes to spare the Carroll boxing bill
was passed by the senate late yester
day afternoon. The vote was 28 to 15.
Lieutenant Governor O'Hara get 4
large part of the credit for Its pas
sage. The till received only 19 votes,
or seven less than the necessary con
stitutional mejorlty, on the first roll
call. Tr-e call of the absentees brought
the total u; to 23. The roll then was
ver'.lied without any additions being
made. Senator Carroll supposed the
bill had been defeated and changed
hla vote from aye to nay in ordtr to
move a recce n'deration.
LU'-itenunt Governor O'Hara. how
ever, inntead of announcing the result,
de'aed the proceedings while several
demo'iut crossed to the republican
side of the chamber, where many of
tho senators had failed to vote either
way. t or nve minutes tne Doxing ad
vocates urged and pleaded. Their ef
forts proved successful. Senators Bald
win. Latham, Harris and Swanson be
ing among the eleventh-hour recruits.
The lieutenant governor, noting that
progress was being made, ordered an
other call of the roll of absentees. Sen
ator Carroll changed his vote a sec
ond time. The total finally was swelled
to 2S and the passage of the bill was
The bill as passed contains a clause
O1 providing that boxing snail not ne per-
O mitted In any city which fails to ap-
O : prove the act by referendum vote.
Ol House In Doubt.
With the referendum clause attaeh
O i sA tho cnon anrs fnr the TnpRSnre de
clared they had a chance to get favor
able action in the house, where a box
ing bill was killed two weeks ago.
The original boxing bill met defeat
in the house by only five votes.
Speaker Shanahan at that time was
credited with having contributed to
the defeat of the bill. Without his
support the senate bill is bound to en
counter rough sledding.
The roll call in the senate was pre
ceded by a brief debate. Senator Hull
made the chief speech against the
bill. He denounced the methods em
ployed Tuesday when the bill was
advanced to third reading. He criti
cised Lieutenant Governor O'Hara,
causing the latter to reply tnat he
! would have given a roll call on the
O j advancement or on amendments If
anyone had requested it.
I Senator Hull said the bill was not
a boxing bill, but a "box offir-e" bill.
O He declared that the referendum
j amendment had failed to improve it.
j Senator Dailey defended the bill. He
! said it gave home rule to each city
land that its passage would not forre
boxing upon any community which
! did not want it.
Like the Law of Advertisinc
I The following interestinsr storv about
President Garfield is told in the Amer
James R. Garfield of Clevel.-.nd, son
of the late President Garfield, mid one
I of the editors of the American Mapa
I zine the following story about travel
i ing in 1S78 as a boy with his father,
I who was campaigning. One night aft-
er a speech in Michigan young Carf.eld
i said to his father: "Why do you re
peat so much? Io you know that you
J said the same things several t:ni- to
! night? Do you know that you said the
I same things tonight that you said this
afternoon in Detroit?" General fiar
f.eld made this reply: "Von happen to
be an especially interested party and
notice these repetitions. Others do not.
I repeat the same statements driiber-
j ately in order that people may finally
get them. Anything that I want an
audience to get and remember I rnpeat
several times, in somewhat different
form perhaps. This practice I have
developed out of my experience, wh'.rh
has shown me that people's attention
is distracted in various ways an 1 that
a first or a second statement may not
really get to them. You must insist on
an idea or fact if you want to gpf any
where with it."
"I think I'll have to get rid of Ki lo."
pouted the great emotional actress.
"Why, the ki-yi is getting all kinds
of mention in the papers."
"That's it. I am not receiving a
many press notices as my dog."
GLUM THESE DAYS
weight division Is the only one that
need feel any uneasiness at the men
tion of black-faced pugs.
It is thought that the fight fans
for the most part will commend this
action. It completely does away with
the white hope evil, a blight that hai
fallen on the game on the ill-starred
occasion of Jim Jeffries well-known
farce. The day may come again when
white hopes will be needed, but the
heavyweights of today assure us that
it will be generation or so hence. The
best of the present-day heavies are
little better than white hopes, some
one says. But then some people ar
so baxd to please.