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CHARLES APPEL, Manager
Large Halls for Rent for All Occasions
820 NORTH CLARK STREET
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Always something good to eat home cooking at reasonable
PALE PERFEGTO BEER
A Favorite With Everybody
Ask For It
Club, Cafe or
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ULMER MALT BEER
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is a Dark, Rich, Nu
5 TEXAS LEAGUER "SNICK"
KiikIMi smiH n Iters lmvo
J Imh'n Iiiiiik n linril time trying
to Irani Aiiii'ilciiii noiuiMU'liituro.
if. Hut tlic.v tiu coiiniKc. Thi'.v it
alii'iidy linvc lii-Kiin helping us J
Look what they have dnhhed J
m. ii "Texas li-HKUor." Tliut mime
inrati nothing, nlixoluti'ly nnth- J
IliK to them. Indeed, xoiuu of
J them think Texas Is still tlio
ulioili' of IcnicliiiH savages.
Hut tlit'. hae gone mill ealled
tin "Texas leaguer" ii "iiili'."
GRIDIRON GAME AND
WAR ARE COMPARED
Football and Military Tactics on
Western Front Alike.
In Allied Drive Between Solsoons and
Reims Maps Show Massed Move.
ment Toward Center, Same as
Worked In Football.
War Is like football, neenrdlng to
I.oiiIh I.eo Anus In Now York Sun.
There Is an Interesting similarity be
tween football anil military luetics, as
there should lie, since each Is to kuIii
ground. In the ullleil drive between
Silicons ami Helms military maps
hov n massed inovemeni toward the
center, precisely as would be done In
football were one of the backs to niiike
an off-tnckle thrust.
The American troops In the center
of the rush Hue mid minting at Itcl
lenu and l.a Chuppille have driven a
wedge Into the flerniau line and cur
ried It before them In n uinuucr that
could be likened to a center and two
gunnls putting their opponents out of
In military advances there Is none
to come behind eurrjlng the ball, but
If there were, as the lines exist to
day, the buekllehl of the Tranco-Anier
lean troops could make mi uninter
rupted end run oft the Minis' right end,
through Ilarteuiies, Vllleineiitolre,
t'liauuiluu and I'eruuut, for Hie Her
man ends have been hnved In. It
would be up to the dclcnsw full or
quarterback, which Is represented by
the kaiser's troops further back-, to
stop the runner.
Ily turning both ends of the Her
man line In, the Idea has been to bot
tle up it great number of men and cap
ture an entire salient. In football It
Is not necessary to bottle up the for
wards of the opposition. If they are
tactically nutiuuueiiored, so that they
cannot reach the runner with the ball,
they have accomplished what they set
about to do. The lines between Sols
sons and Helms would be a complete
success In u football sense.
Our allies are commenting upon the
Intelligent manner In which Ameri
cans tactically conduct their attack.
Well, (Jeneral l'ersblng Is a pop-eyed
DONS UNIFORM OF UNCLE SAM
Rube Benton, New York Giants' Clever
Southpaw Pitcher, Is Now Sol
dier In the Army.
Hube Ileuton, the New York (Hunts'
southpaw pitcher, who has the dis
tinction of nine straight wins to his
&4AviiW M A ""At, . rf,Ml;i s . .&.'.
ciedlt, has donned the uniform of
Uncle .Sam, The above photo, which
Is his latest, was taken at Camp .lack
son, S. ('.
GREAT STICKLERS FOR ORDER
It Woiii "Set Bad Precedent" to Per-
mlt Sweltering Fans to Enter
Haseball magnates are great stick
lers for the old order. At u iccent
game a major league elty that need
not be named, there wore some fit) fans
In the bleachers and the thennoi'ieter
In the shade showed mer 100 degrees.
"Why not let those fellows In the
bleachers in the grandstand?" was
suggested. The answer of the club
picsldcut was that It couldn't be done,
because It would "set a bad p'ere
dent." ran you beat that? There'll
be a lot of precedents Mit before, (lie
puikrt open ug.tWi.
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"KID" WILLIAMS IN RING
"Kid" Williams the exiliimplon bantamweight boxer, recently gave tin
exhibition on the "unmix ait ot self-defense" nt Camp llolablrd, Mil., for the
bcnellt of soldiers encamped thete.
Although appeailiig a trllle heavier than the IK! pounds required for a
bautaniwelght he handled himself In gient shape and still possesses his prowess
and form of last yeai
Wlllhuas was champion of his class for two years (11)10-17), when he gave
way to l'ete llermnn. A greut scrap wns staged between the two early Inst
yenr at New Orleans, when they fought for 110 i omuls, the honors going to l'ete
llerinan upon a referee's decision. After that Williams met and defeated
Hennj McNeill, I'.enn Kaufman, Joe Lynch, .lliiiinj Muirii and oUiers.
BILL JAMES AN INSTRUCTOR
Former Star Twlrler of Boston Braves
Teaches Boys In Trenches
to Throw Bombs.
The photograph shows Itttt .Tames,
former star twlrler of the Hoston
Brnes, who Is now plu.xliig with Unelc
Sam's giant and crack lemu of lighters.
"California Hill," us he Is popularl.v
known, shows bow to throw the new-
est thing In bombs Ills unerring ec
unit urui has plueed Ii tin In advance of
Ids comrades and he has been appoint
ed drill Instrucior
LAMB IS SEVERELY WOUNDED
One of Most Brilliant Athletes of
Pennsylvania State Among Those
Hurt In France.
I.leut. I.evl I. mnli, mentioned In a
recent casualty list from France as se
verely wounded in action, was one of
the most brilliant athletes who ever
wore the colors of IVnns.vlvituiii State,
During his college career I.amli won
fame on the tootball Held, Hie wres
tling mat and as a weight man on the
tnick squad. I'or four years Lieuten
ant Lamb was a stalwart heavyweight
grappler. He met and defeated some
of the best college inatinen. On the
gridiron be plu.ved speclaeiilaily at
right tackle for three .vears. Ills goal
kicking skill enabled l'ouiiN,vlvanlu
State to tie llaivard. Ill to HI, In llKI,
SEES END OF BASEBALL GAME
Veteran Frank Bancroft Never Ex
pected to Live to See Sport Die
Won One Pennant.
Frank Hancioit, who Is past the
seventy-.vear uiaiN, Is business mali
nger of the Ciiuluiiatl dull. Hefore
taking the Ihutmlii! end, Hauiiy was a
playing uiauager uud gave signs from
the bench. He was s( good a director
of play -that he won it National league
pennant In the 'SO-j with Hie I'rovl
deuce tenia. No one else In the game
has had his long experience In the
spoil. "Well," lie said mournfully the
other day, "who would ever have be
lieved It? I always thought I would
die before baseball died, but here we
?co baseball d.vlng before mo."
WILLARD WON'T FIGHT NOW
Champion Heavywelnht Will Not Dc.
fend His Title Until After War
Jess Wlll.ird, heavyweight hosing
champion, will not box to defend his
title until tl. war Is ended. During
the war he will coullne bin, self to ex
hibitions the pioceeds of which will
(,'') to war iliiulllea.
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GIVEN FOR SOLDIERS
AT CAMP HOLABIRD. MD.
NEW CAMP "RABBIT"
The government built a hall
pink at Camp Dewey for the
soldleis in training there, and
tins hoys promptly named It
"Hnhblt park" In honor of Will
ter Maraiivllle. The grand
stand id II seat Jl.OftO people uud
the diamond Is said to he as
good as any ever molded out of
belected soil uud grass.
COMPULSORY SPORT FOR MEN
Idea Evolved by Nelson Lampert of
Chicago Athletic Club Aids De
velopment of Boys.
NeNon N. Lumpen, president of the
Chicago Athletic association am) vice
president of the Fort Pent born Na
tional bank, who evolved the Idea of
compulsory athletic training for all
Aiuellcaus liom the ages of fourteen
to twenty-one has prcpaicd and pub
lished a short synopsis of his plan to
aid In the quick development of the
American race by taking advantage of
the great love of outdoor sports preva
lent throughout this muntry.
Lumpen has been engaged In nldlng
amateur sports ami developing the
youngs-teis of Chicago for iiuinv years.
As president of the Lincoln pari; boaid
he wns foremost In the Insistence that
the youth of the elty he given every
aihautage the parks had In the way nf
supplying playground needs. In the
uiiiuagement of his hank he has always
been strong for athletics and found
thut the best emplo.vees are those who
keep iheniselves In good condition h.v
paitlclpatlng In sports. The Fort Dear
born baseball team of the last few
.vears has been one of the best aiiia
tour tenuis of the country.
AGES OF BASEBALL PLAYERS
Many Old-Tlmers, Including Doyle,
Crandall and Bob Harmon Show
Hall players' ages are very often
hard to Judge. When n man has been
hefore the public for eight or ten e.irs
the fans are prone to regard him us a
real oliMlnier, yet they err frequentl)
In their estimates of an athlete's age
When the recent decision on the work
or light order was Issued bv Secielarv
of War linker many tans weie of the
opinion that l.airy Doyle was over the
age and would be spilled to the (Hunts
.vet Lurry bobbed up with a regNtra
tiou card which showed that he Is In
hiss .ja of the draft. On top of that
John McOruvv wired to oils Crandall
who has been pitching In the I'm-llli
Coast league, to llud out how he stood
uud Otis, who Is u real veteran, replied
that he Is In Class JA. And It wasn't
so long aco that Hob Harmon, icm-iu
Ing the application nf the wind "old
to him, pioduccd a registration card
showing Hint he Is twenty-nine vears
BASEBALL GAMES IN LONDON
Portion of Hyde Park Given Over to
American Y. M. C. A. for Con
tests on Wednesday.
The London Times says: "A per
Hon of Hyde Hnrk, near the 1'rlnce of
Wales gate, has been grunted to the
American Y. M. C. A. for baseball
games every Wednesday. The grunt
was secured h.v W. F. Dixon, athletic
secretory for the American Y. M. C, A.,
through Sir Handolph linker, chair
man of the committee of hoxpliii'.'t)
for Anieilcan soldiers and salhr m
(treat Hiltala. Hefoie the gioiiud wiu
seemed It was necessary for the king
to sign n grunt. Admission w"t '
free. To.il i ' wl'l be -h . i
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RETAIN JOE CANTILL0N
Joe Cnnlliloii, after 'J.'i years
of service In professional hase
ball, announces his desire to go
to Franco uud do something for
the hoys over there, either with
the Knights of Columbus or the
Y. M. C. A., hut President Hid
den of the Minneapolis Ameri
can association club says lie
must come hack when the war
Is over, as he Is still wanted to
miimigo the Millers when they
take the tield again.
STAR ATHLETES FOR
DIRECTORS IN ARMY
Y. M. C. A. Takes Four of Prom
inence for Work in France.
They Are Crowdle, Princeton Crack;
Sullivan, Olympic Runner; Dun
bar, Well-Known Bowler nnd
Dwlght, Yale Coach.
Four nthletes of prominence have
Just been recruited by the iiatloiuil
war council of the Y. M. C. A. to go to
France as directors lu thenrinv si bouts
of uthletlcs. They are: IMvvIn Crnwdls,
oldtlme Princeton football star; J. I'.
Sullivan, Olympic runner; Alexander
Duuhiir, one of the best-know n bowlers
In the country, and It. II. Dwlght, Yale
baseball coach nnd tenuis player.
I'dwlti C'rovvdls Is a preacher by pro
fession, and left the pastorate to vol
unteer for "Y" service abroad. He was
"Hlg Hill" IMwards' running mate on
the famous Princeton football team of
1800, which defeated both Harvard and
Yale. At that time he was one of the
best-known haseball men In collegiate
Sullivan Is u member of the Irish
American Athletic club, In New York
city, and from 1IH)0 to 101 '2 he held the
American record for the mile run, -I :'-2.
lie was n contestant from the rutted
States In the Olympic games nt Athens
Duuhiir made u national repiitntlnn
us n bowler ami Is regarded as one of
the toplluers In that brunch of sport.
He Is also mi excellent billiard player.
Dwlght Is a Yale graduate and In
Ids student days was coach for the
haseball team at that university. Since
Ids college days he has become promi
nent lu tennis circles.
As "Y" athletic direct nrt In France
they will Instruct soldiers lu boxing,
football, tenuis, baseball, running,
hockey uud other sports.
WHY KAHANAM0KU IS A DUKE
Champion Hawaiian Swimmer Has No
Other Ducal Domain Than the
Surf at Walkikl.
"While Duke Knhiiniimnkii enmos of
n very line Hawaiian fninlly, he has nn
claim to u title of liny sort, except
that of champion swimmer," nays u
New York writer.
"Wo may he able to (died n little,
light on the subject nf the duke'n roynl
lluciige and the origin nf his title.
Some years ago, when Ktihiiniimoku
came here for the tlrst time npil Hwnin
In the New York Athletic club tunic,
we watched the bronzed Kaniika with
grent Interest. We were sitting next to
ono of the Wlthlngtons of Harvard
who hall from llawnll. Wlthlngton
had come nil the way from Cambridge
to see the duke swim,
"'What Is Kuhannmoku the. duke,
of?' wo nsked Wlthlngton, nnd ho
" 'Ho Is tho duko of Walkikl,' ho re
plied. 'Ho has nn ducal domain other
than tho surf at Wnlklkl. You know
Walkikl Is the Coney Island of Ilono
luln. Knhiiuanioku was bred In tho
Hurt nnd first enrncd his living and
enrao to prominence ns it surf rider for
tho entertainment of tho tourists. He
hecaino n general favorite and some
body nicknamed him the duke
Walkikl In time he bei mie Iim til
duke. His real IUt name Is Puhon '
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OUR LEADING CLUBS
Moulders of Public Opinion and
Assembling Places for Citi
zens in This City.
Following ate- th locations of tk
din Ii-uitalnln clubs of CfcJ-
Apollo Club, 202 0. UlohlgM are.
llohcmld Club 365D Douglas boule
vard. Builders', 412-411 Chamber ot Cuwt
Calumet, Michigan are. and 20U .
Cation. Tenth floor, Flna Aria bid
Chicago Athletic Association, It &
rbnaj rbmoiural, Art Insti
tute Chicago Aatflmeblle, 111 rirwcrotk
Chicago Club. k?hlta ara. aat
Van lturen airaot.
Chleage Muter cb JIJO flout
Chicago Cycling, t(ll. t Baal Vaa
Cfakgo raent, foot tf Mooroa tt.
City -lub. lit Prmw.U court
Cliff nHr, alt s Michigan ara.
Colonial Chafe of Ckleago, 4441
Columbia Taht. foot of JUndolp
Llks 171 U'mI Waihlngton olrcet
Rnglewood. titt Hazard ayanua.
Kdiawatar Country, 1618 Wlnthroe
Tarrmgut Yacht Club, foot of 114 Ft
Qermiuila Maennerchor, 10 Oarm
Hamilton, 20 8. Dearborn at
Illlnoli Athletic, lit fl. Mlohlgej
IHth Fellowship Club, L 811 Ha
ul, IroquolB, 2C North Doarborn ntroot.
lUlnola, US 8. Ashland boulevmta.
JcfforBon, Doarborn avo. and Maple
Kenwood, Lake. , aU(j 47 it
Kenwood Country, Draxel bonl
vard and 48th street
Mid-Day, Flrat NaUonal Bank bldn,
Oaks, Lake st nnd Waller are,
ProsB Club of Cnlcago, City Hall
Saunro Building. ,
Quadrangle, Lexington avenue aaa
Rotary, 88 South Dearborn st
Saddle and Cycle, Sheridan Ra4
nd Foster avenue.
South Shore Country, lake shot
and 67th street
Southern, M N. Dearborn street
Speedway Park Club, 140 8. Dear
Standard. Michigan ave. and I4t
Swedish Club of Chicago, 11BH Ii
Twentieth Century, 8246 Mtchlma
Union League, Jackson boulerari
and Federal street
University, Michigan avenue
Prolciter Dwyer pal lbs giita
spirit in Theodore RmicmII. H
in do Ida itme thine fw yen, Ut
J5.I8 b nonth. Dia't piy I5I.N
lor 25 trutntils whin yo to
let 12 nwntlM' trthiag for MM,
end come as often u you Ilk.
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Profcitor Dwyer ssyt: "I'll it,sh
your brain waik faster and wo
ducc more thin It cor did helorfc
I tnaho you feci phyjfcjJty a
I II creito mere energy, vllifily tnd
stamina In (hit body cl yocra Ikon
you ever dreamed of devle-, mk
el bcwuje will keep your mw
elcs, vita! organs tnd blood in utb
"All I aik cl yen Is (a vultata
my training quarters before stefcff
jny others. Cento up and taki a
tree trral treatment. You nIN
mediately bo convlntod that I save
the finest training quarters In tto
elty. I give my persooal &(
lion lo each one. ill m ut, 1.
iMJividMl. Three instructors cm
lira mwr ai an limes."
PROF. M. j. IWYER
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Commarclal Dn(, UW.
?T8 So. La Saflo Street
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