The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa on December 10, 1925 · 20
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THE DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1925. 20 'RED' GRANGE BUBBLE IS NEARING THE BURSTING POINT Professional Pace Too Strenuous For Illinois Superman Game a Day Weakens Redhead and Providence Eleven Beats Bears, 9 to 6 Crowley and Miller of Notre Dame Outshine Grange NEW YORK, Dec. 10. (United News) The "Red" Grange bubble appears dangerously near the bursting point. Beneath the withering, pitiless spotlight of publicity, the red-headed youngster's fame may melt away like sorrre' of his own ice.'leaving only a little dank, malodorous saw-dust. Over-worked, disillusioned, this 22-year old boy who stepped out of an ice-wagon into fame and fortune, is finding the pace too swift. Ice-wagons are notoriously leisurely, and in college iooiduh a juayer is jt quired to reach the peak of physical condition hut once a wee. Now Grange performs every day, or every other day, Tenting" between games on jolting, swaying express trains as his team is hurried from one box office to another. The former Illinois star played miserably in his last two games, at Washington Tuesday and at Boston on Wednesday. On his showing, "Red" could scarcely have won a place on a second rate college team. Then there Is the exaggerated edulatton to which he is subjected between games, and the vicious booing end hissing of crowds who have paid to see him perform miracles on the gridiron, and are disappointed. (. heck ot Much (Jood Grange Is not making anywhere near the amount of money with which he Is credited and he admits It, That J300.000 check is good us long as he doesn't try .to cash it. The money is to be his after he completes his first film, 'I don't know what I've made," Grange i quoted cs saying en j-oute to Boston Wednesday. "But it's nowhere near what the papers say," I "lied" is a very tired boy. He wears a hunted, furtive expression. He is obviously close, to the ragged tdae. It would not be surprising if within a few days or even hours, "lied" grange called a halt on his devastating program of professional games and took a much-needed rest. Providence Reals "Krd" BOSTON, Dec. 11. United News) Red" Grange flopped again, this time in Boston, The famogs sorrel top showed only a pale pink Wednesday, as his Chicago Bears weut down to defeat before the Providence Steamrollers by a score of 9 to 6. With Don Miller and Jim Crowley, two of the former famous J'Four Horsemen" in the Providence 'iine-up, 'the professionals from Chicago were soundly beaten, and the Wheaton ice-man looked like a cake of his own Ice which has been left out too long in a summer sun. Grange could not gain against the Steamroller line, and his passes were futile, either falling to earth uncompleted or intercepted by alert young Providence pros. V The Bears did not score until the fourth period, after "Red" had been taken out of the game. 20,fHK See Game From a financial point of view, which seems to be more interesting to those who are following Grange's progress than the football point of view, the game was somewhat of a success, as 20,000 paid admission to see the new star of professional football in action. The crowd constantly voiced It disapproval "Red's" failure to live up to his reputation, and kept shouting for "more action." Grange obviously wag weary with the siege of footbsll and hero worship to which he has been subjected during the pnst ten dayif, and was far from his" best. In the first period, "Red" was given the ball four times, and gained a total of 13 yards. The Steamrollers scored a safety In th!j period, and added a touchdown in the second quarter when Garvey, Providence left end, snatched up a loose ball and ran SO yards, When hia team appeared hope lessly beaten in the third period, Red left the field to catch an early train for Pittsburgh, where JUS ELEVEN HAY PLAY CALIFORNIA THANKSGIVING DAY Negotiations Under Way With Southern Branch Of Coast University AMES, la., Dec. 10. (Special) The Iowa State .college football team will take the longest trip in history if negotiations which are now .under way with the University of California, southern branch, materialize, declared T. N. Metcalf, director of athletics here, today. This intersectional game is dependent on the ability of the California-school to ma-ke arrangements for the use of the Los Angeles municipal stadium on Thanksgiving day. If it is able to secure the stadium it is probable that the (Ivclones will Journey west. The scheduling of a game with the University of Wisconsin is also hanging in the balance. If the Cyclones make the triD to 'the west coast they will not schedule a game with the Radeers. If Wisconsin and Iowa State play it will be on Cintnhaf 9 nnrl nnrtpr an nerppment that either this year or next Wis consin plays at Ames. he is to make another professional appearance Thursday. "Horymen" Star Miller and Crowley starred, their work completely overshadowing that of Grange. It was Grange s substitute, Bryan, who showed up the iceman by running 25 yards for the Bears' lone touchdown. PROVIDENCE () HEARS (8) (inrvfy 'IV. llannj-. Knop Koxlowgiy LI1 AiiderKtin hifllni(ni, hhurtWf 1(1 llrclensteln FrkMrin (' Koott (iolrmenk! JM) McMillan Julian It T .Murray .llHluinty Ml E TTalm, Mullln (Mien -1)11 J. Mrmnman Wentwnrth ill (jrnntre. Hrjran t'runlpy, I'ollard, E, Mcrntmim, I, Bird VI) Knop Miller Hit MBhiulst Tmii'luln n r;rfT nfl Tlryun. I'ulnt after touchdown l.alrd (drop. hick). NHfftjr nnm. lief !, John J. HMllRhani timplr. Tom MrCabei linesman, lior Moonoyt field Judge, William Hallornn. SLW TOKKK Ednnnrdn Mas. cart, French featherweight rham. pion, heat Joe Malone, ew York, ten rounds, RA3 FnANdHrO-Manon Grif. fin, San Je, defeated f'rankle Barren, Saltl.ake, ten rounds. I BOWLING RESULTS M AXIFAtTllitRV I. E A O-l" E At Klarkhawk Alej Kfd Jaekn Jttg. Co. Sclietl , fOl JUynlts 17S I'rochnow .............. 145 Jaokfon , 218 liuhm 158 ITS 16.1 232 108 11 i$2 146 137 lit) 146 XV Vf . a wrzi i TT n i add i 1 b r I. u if 1 ; . t 1 1 I l 1 HE SWCetllCRS Of tltp that mtn ar Aie. i 1 uiv, UIO 1 1-.- . I . 1 V' " I covering m white Uwls is due to the m finest tobacco crop in years and to the V miJiion-a'Clay demand which enables us 1 ' : 10 use me txst tnc market altords. I m Tiitributort i . 1 UKey Bros. 1 j . i . Davenport 1 mA S 7 . TS 77 V I V ft ' fD? I HI -H n mil J inn rs rlnxi L-r , 'S XK.-. Nature and the loyalty of a million careful smokers a combination hard to beat-have combined to make White Owls taste better than ever. Not that the quality has ever been anything but the nignest, i he constant patronage of such a vast army oi smokers proves that. But when a tobacco crop is unusually fine such as inat now being used m nniteuwis-itisonly natural that it should an extra sweetrteta of ta'ste, a greater mellowness, an ad- , ditional fragrance. But Nature.alnne. could not give you mis extra value that all the judges ot good cigars are so quick to note in White Owls. Were it not for the millions of loyal v hite Owl friends, it would be impossible to use this super-fine tobacco ma still maintain the low price of 2 for 15 cents. Small wonder, then, that so many men who can afford to pay much more, smoke White Owls.They judge them by quality alone, ihey know that the low price of White Owls is due solely to the unheard of popularity that makes neces sary the as-toundingpro- auction ot a million a day. white owls areoutstand-inc Droof that price no longer canbe taken as an indication of cigar. quality. 1 he handy pack of ten insures that you nave always in your pocket your lavonte cigar full-flavored, fres h and in perfect condi tion. It's t h e com mon sense wav to buy them. gS 839 801 Crane f'o. Andersen 167 168 167 fciorhren 14 173 ISO Finney 183 181 144 Huen 205 145 181 Huuck ' 174 162 ill Bawden Urol., Inc. Allison , Krickbon , . , . Boll Rawdeu Weld McClelland Co. Zpf , Bnhl W Hither Wallace SafS 8u3 m ... m 177 177 ... 137 '151 147 ... 158 174 169 ... 156 2(17 180 ... 1 171 175 St)7 880 838 its 1S4 J45 158 180 187 154 173 188 160 17 ia 13!l 141! ' Horot-MrleUr Co. Bleuer Hlaik ,.4... Atidresen . ... Hoe hn Mahlstedt 7l 877 779 144 .' 200 18S 179 1!3 161 181 171 189 2.16 115 152 124 173 862 805 830 Kellogg Co. Punn l,-)0 172 180 Moravek Otf 180 146 M Vlnall 178 195 202 Springer 135 158 158 A. Vinall . 239 215 167 908 821 863 Unegrtph Co. WeBgel ..... 178 214 18 Gray 170 183 197 Cruys 18 190 17 Krwln 163 ISO 180 Slatin 174 1S4 205 852 971 917 Idl Iri Cream Co. T.agomarclno ; ... 205 MiohelBOn 143 I pton 212 Klein Murray 152 215 137 140 175 136 175 m 179 1S5 208 176 - 927 763 9B4 nalM.ttef niownlee ,. 198 180 219 Koeltler 183 190 211 AVelnh j 163 168 115 I.-Klctiner 176 150 49 V. Uichner 18 168 171 TKKITY JiEWSPAVER LEAGUE Argag Cut Conruee 118 ( isterman , 157 Hugheu 99 Jeunes .........i- 182 Means lis 1fi3 147 121 167 116 714 155 120 371 155 118 719 Tlm A SB Iff Gorman 155 Sleuhmer 170 Klauda ;,H7 Hunwell 150 Madden 201 Totals , 4. .823 Timet Xonpareiit Allender 146 Olmnted 148 Welch 173 1'eternon 182 Allison P..i;ii Totals 782 Tim Brtvlrr Mulford 143 Walter uti Moore 141 Kvans 94 L.unUberg lis Totals .....694 165 185 159 154 199 863 179 fi 145 203 166 888 187 170 119 98 197 195 1S8 17 194 146 899 168 135 2H2 179 -150 834 126 135 134 129 161 685 CITY I.F-WU K . At Blarkhank Allrjs llcltf ndurl Lumber Co. DaaKch , 158 16 Krohrr Htick . Thwle 179 191 . .. 175 158 169 201 160 201 148 159 Bettendorf Co. Heck s.. Krickaon Waark Plifton Kopruskl ...... 909 846 875 15 20J 174 182 158 200 198 178 ITS 169 258 223 179 183 171 878 923 1014 T)arnsort I.oeomotlT Work Hlly 188 182 157 Walj! 120 144 177 Offerman 192 156 l"n Simmons 146 171 190 Zlmmtrmaa Steal Co. Krohn 137 AMmlt 151 MlU-liem 149 K(' wards 191 Daaitch. ................. 165 780 805 S37 168 183 167 167 171 1S8 139 211 191 155 805 856 874 SAIL-LIGHT LEAGUE At Capitol AJleyi Ca naatat Mndroa ,., , ISO 135 314 Ohland 80- 123 130 Kirkpa trick t 138 183 113 Hiemiten , ..ITS 1TJ 174 Haggs , Hi 114 114 66 702 645 Kleetrte WMkeri Balrd JohnHon Krick ,.. , Dice Bleakley , .... ... 114 114 114 ... 114 118 188 ... 153 95 111 ... 1T3 151 ICS ... 165 181 248 805 681 781 Mret Cars Lemon 126 141 188 Irvine 101 109 87 Ueiehert 157 149 142 Van Camp 117 16S 130 Frailer 164 188 183 61 729 flO Nfrnrlttftt Wendluud 143 1B 124 Bwanw.n m Hi 147 Hcliellhorn 147 112 173 McMullen 147 138 1S5 Brownlio' 145 194 161 658 757 743 GOBDOW.TAX TIKE CLCB Kastberg J58 184 166 , 871 814 886 Kohr 'racking Co. 1 Aumus 1J3 191 248 om ....-119 192 133 Buck ; 203 194 166 Plambeck 154 182 168 Krabbenhoeft , 168 213 173 TiS S52 883 Crernt Gchrmsn '. 183 158 174 Plschoff v 175 198 ISO awi 158 161 201 Schmidt ig :,t zi C. Holm 226 226 22 J . 923 884 1004 Marrla Cigar Co. Lagomarcino 193 18? 180 l'unrman 143 V 161 152 Mluhelaon 158 178 140 Murray , 2iio 181 179 Slater ,. 194 1H5 216 8S8 857 At Capitol Alley t -Mueller Lumber Co. Lchmiller 168 147 170 Helm 176 210 238 W. Mueller .... 169 190 163 C. Woasel 196 167 196 II. Schlueter 181 205 188 Stark' Bread n. Stark F. Abbott ....... J. Schultj K. C'randall If. C'lauBBfii .... 90t 9l 935 161 200 156 166 163 1S2 159 192 193 128 05 149 180 157 25 Millar Hold Co. Rohm H. Clark ......... Moaller 7apf Smith , LI in os F. Ott, C. Schleuter Kellenberger J Young; ... Gormiller ... 753 175 198 169 176 159 943920 164 112 158 185 179 183 178 144 193 171 877 872 887 194 160 166 140 151 170 169 203 161 168 185 168 214 1S4 201 311 893 930 LOOP LEAOCE I (At Capitol Alley) 'jamta' Diamond Naeekel 234 178 138 Geo. Stennatt 170 128 187 W. Schwarta .....132 180 159 W. Stennett 116 158 161 Plne 117 171 156 Totals ...771 810 786 Dattnpert Cleaatra Crlai 164 170 137 Kvairn , 116 ISO 146 Hillman im 143 155 Flaher ..160 134 116 Yetts 149 178 144 Totals 761 802 758 Dareiport-OTtrlaad Co. Haven 170 11T 132 Augustine S...167 152 158 Clay...1.. 146 164 146 Alord 164 , 178 150 Koy Bryant 163 155. 125 At Capitol Allty Tlooth 15 195 190 Hav 176 154 139 I!t 15t 151 151 Fa Ik 9R 1"3 107 Clauen , 197 182 17S ' - 78'! 805 755 Tavlor 187 151 145 Foster . 15- 139 '155 Henderson 13 1R6 132 Thompeon HI 1M 167 AniruiH . ... 155 155 155 , '772 781 754 mVEB81I)E POWER CI.VB Oftlre Grlfbel .... 99 116 Ihintnon .107 124 Whlta 153 14a 140 ntook .... 133 130 83 ..i.i.L tm 4nfe , 662 611 628 operator ' ' Clark 11 129 113 Ciomons 1 101 152 Nelon 106 98 137 McDonald 107 101 123 I.f ichert 142 108 , 201 ' 'L. 711 537 718 Totals ; 809 Smoke Hobs Vollert ...139 Thode 14 Hchroedfr 146 Olmstead 147 Moure i..,.171 766 711 Totals 765 Toggtry Shop Dallenbach .........143 I. Pulver 163 H. Siamsen A 133 K. Hendle " 192 H. Clasen 157 Totals 788 Coogklln Sale PaJvogl 155 .T.7h anion 126- If. Franck 156 Tlglle 138 WlemolU ....147 D.iSCAGE SQUOTOflRS 15 CONTESTS Open Season With Wilton Quintet on Local Floor December 18 The Davenport high school .five faces one of the hardest aeasous In many years, it waa disclosed today In the announcement of the schedule by Manager Newton Bornholdt. Davenport will open with Wilton on Ihe J. B. Young school floor on Friday. Dec. 18. Fifteen games have been secured and Manager Bornholdt hopes to fill two open dates. Davenport will meet three teams twice, Rock Island, Geneseo and Muscatine. Counted mong Davenport's opponents are Dubuque, Oskaloosa and Clinton. recogiEed as three of the strongest in this gection of the state. - A successful season will indicate one of the strongest teams Manager Bornholdt has turned out in many years apd if Davenport averts defeat the five will be rated among the fastest in the state. The Red and Blue have met every team on the, schedule but Savannah. This Illinois school has shown power for the last several years and is booking stronger Uams this year. Fnce Difficult Opener The first game will test the mettle of the Davenport five. Last year Wilton presented an unusually capable team and was victorious. For the first time the local team will enter Its schedule before Christmas and It is hoped that the early opening will aid In developing a winning outfit of new men by February when several letter men will become ineligible.- The Savannah game will be played during the Christmas vacation on the Illinois school floor. Davenport will run up against an unknown quantity at this time. Mwt Islanders Jan. 15 Davenport should be in mid-season form to meet the Islander five on Jan. 15 and following this tilt must condition for two of the toughest games on the schedule at Iowa City on January 22 arul at Oskaloosa the nest day. The lightweight teak has a six-game schedule and Manager Bornholdt expects to arrange for three of four more, possibly two with DeWitt and two with East Moline. Following is the complete schedule: ' , The Officlnl Schedule Pec. 18 Wilton ; Davenpurt. Dec. 19--Open. life. 29 Open. Dc. 30 Iavenport at Savannah, j Jan. 8 (jneeo at Davenport, ' Jan. 12 Davenport at Aledo. Jan. 15 Iavenport at Kock I!and. Jan. 22 Davenport at 'Iowa City. Jan. 23 Davenport at Oskaloosa. Jan. 30 Muacatlno at Davenport. Feb. 5 Hock Inland at P&venport. Feb. 6 Davenport at Calesburg. Feb. 12 Clinton at Davenport Fb. 13 Davenport at Geneseo. Fb. 16 Davenport at MuHeatlne. Fem. 19 Dubuque at Davenport. Feb. 28 Alumni,. Jlarah 5 and 6 District tournament at Muacallne. ilihtwelgllt Schedule Jan. 8 Durant at Davenport. Jan. IS Davenport at Rock Island. Jan. 0 Muscatine at Davenport. Feb. t Davenport at Durant, Feb. I Rock Island at Davenport. Feb. 12 Clinton at Dayenport. Jl YOUNG CMS LOSE TO ALUHNI Last nlgbt at the J. B. Young gym, the Alumni defeated the J. B. Young cage tam, by a wore of 23 to 10. A great many easy shots were missed by both teams during the game. Coach Johnson of Ydung used threedifferent, teams during the game so as to round his squad into shape for ihe coming intermediate games. The Alumni was composed of former high school stars and they displayed some real skill in the game. In the first quarter neither teams could get ' started and the period ended 4 to 3 in .favor cf the 'Alumni. In the second quarter both teams opened up and completed many shots. Mason of the Alumni being the outstanding player. The half ended 17 to 1 In favor of the Alumni. Schedule Opens Frldaj Friday night at Bwllow the first Intermediate game will be played between Sudlow and West. Both teamg have been practicing for the past three weeks and the coaches have rounded, their w arriors Into fair condition. Last yedr the J. B. Young team woo the "Little Three" championship. , I . 1 1 ' " 1 Lots of the best housewives read the Wants dn". , IP ANDERSON ELECTED CAPTAIN OF AUGIE ELEVEN Melford "Map" Anderson of Osceola, Neb., junior at Augustana college, for three years a valuable man on the Lutheran college eleven, has been elected captain of the 1926 "Augie" football team. Anderson played a good game this fall at left half and it is because of hia leadership that 'the men unanimously approved of him as captain of next year's aggregation. ' Anderson will probably lead his' team from the quarterback berth next year, having had that position three yars ago. and occasion-, ally since. Mother's Illness , Causes Kutsch to Leave For Home IOWA CITY, la., Dec. 10. (Special) Nick KutBch, Iowa's "cowboy" 'football Ftar of the pant season left for his home in Sioux City today on receipt of a message that his mother was seriously ill. It is not known when the grid favorite will return to hs studies. If you seek an office position get your Want Ad in the Want Columns at once. I Totals ..722 A. K. Kuehl 1KB 168 135 Bauman 133 117 157 H. Rohm 160 152 164 (Jibbs 169 150 148 742 723 771 Zl(i I.alhvraa H. Datl 140 107 167 K. Beck 131 111 147 M. Binder 121 123 172 A. At 161 U'7 IMS It. Binder . 132 133 112 685 S31 77 If you are In a hurry and don't see just what you want, write a Want Ad of your own and put It tn the "Board Wanted" or "Room Wanted" Columns of the Wants. France, England, in Accord on Study of Assistance in War GENEVA, Switzerland. Dec. 10. i Associated Press) England and rrance have reached an accord concerning study of the problem of mutual assistance in war time In connection with the preparation for the international disarmament conference. After a secret meeting of the league of nations council, M. Paul Boncour of France announced that Foreign Minister Benes of Czechoslovakia had been appointed to draft a formula covering the question which divided the British and French. 192 142 18 108 1 18 ir,s r 158 139 J 840 657 v 1 ' iy" - ' , - f 157 192 ' ' . V 146 103 ; , t !i! ill; V ' K 820 833 - - Y 7t J 148 I;",' I , 59. 803 1 i 1 i . i v'u'- ft r,, 1 1 'i ' ' - ' 1 ' V '- -' ' - , 181 143 177 112 150 You can depend on our definite standard of style, quality and comfort. BEN L1BERMAN "CLOTHES BUILDER" 310 Main St. Iowa State Fair Made ' $60,403 Profit in 1925 DES MOINES, Dec. 10. (Associated Press) A profit of $60,403.72 from the 1925 state fair was shown in the official report made before the state agricultural convention yesterday by A. R. Corey, secretay of the fair board. The total gate receipts wero I343.50S.85, and moneys from other sourcea cam to I43.717.8U. The principal items of expens, Mr Corey explained, were payment of borrowed money, flO.OOO, other ipenses not du directly to fair, 13,124.W, cost of malntensnce of grounds and buildings, $28,434.19, cost of additions, permanent Improvements and tools, $14,404.69. and the actual expense of conducting the 1925 fair, $339,168.28. ''Had It bt carried 'ttuni liki a tuby." LAID UP BY NEURITIS RHEUMATISM li la quickly put on his feet by simple home treatment Many people vho have suffered for ... . i i . i years irum uie crippling pain vi rneu-matism nr neuritis rennrt that thnv . - i - - -' j have got amazing relief from a very simple nome ireaimeni. v "I could not walk for two weeks," RTites a man from Moncton, N. B., Panada "I Viarl in Vin rarrinH nrmmri like a baby. But one bottle of Sloan's T 1 to i w Ak- 4- nnf whM in t nnin " juiuiiiiciiw jpui iuc vii iiijf ivcit aui ust ft little Sloan's patted on lightlyand a healing tide of fresh, germ-cestroyinz blood is sent tingling mKln( Tf f Via tntliVinn ifaolf tKf does the work. - i Soon the swelling and inflammation go down. The aching stops. Almost suddenly you find yourself really frea from pain, really comfortable at last. Get a bottle today and have it on hand. All druggists 35 cents. as smokes whv h w aWebsi let When you hand a man a Webster, you not, only indicate your own good judgment but you pay a compliment to his apprecia-, tion of cigar quality. So itcrtl t.tnd but Ikt chotcttt I tobmaoi from the 1 Martin Cigar Co. itaienport, Iowa. DISTRiBLTlORi KMCM' TW TEN TO ENTY FIVE CENTS

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