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19 S. La Salle Street CHICAGO
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JOHN H. HAULER
Alderman 22nd Ward
515 W. North Avenue CHICAGO
REAL KSTATB AND INSURANCE
PLUMBING and HEATING
554 Jackson Blvd.
TELKl'HONESt 1UISINEHS, SUPKIMOll Olt
HALL, NUI'KIUOK 32S0
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North Side Turner Hall
CHARLES APPEL, Manager
Large Halls for Rent for All Occasions
820 NORTH CLARK STREET
MICHELOB AND BLATZ PRIVATE STOCK
Always something good to eat home cooking at reasonable
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Favorite With Everybody
Ask For It
Club, Cafe or
WACKER & BIRK BREWING CO.
telephone Monroe 44, CHICAGO
ULMER MALT BEER is a Dark, Rk;h. Nu
HOLED TEE SHOT IS
REAL FEAT IN GOLF
Lloyds Say Odds Are 20,000 to
1 Against Trick.
F'eat Accomplished by Pierre Proal at
Old Seabrlght Course and Again
at Rumson After Lapso of
When 1'lcrrc A. 1'ronl Hindu u liolo
In ono nt the old Senbrlght golf courfo
Homo seventeen years ngo lie felt tlmt
lio liatl accomplished tlio feat of n life
time. SIiipo then 1'ronl, plnylng regu
larly season after season, has made
thousands of strokes, hut not until, the
other day nt KtiiiiMm did he mutiuge to
eoux another tee shot Into the hole.
This happened nt the short second
hole, only n innslilu shot, says n Now
York dlsmteh to Indianapolis Star.
1'ronl played holo after hole with lit
tle deliberation, but, oddly enough, ho
gathered In two twos during the course
of the siiinu round.
Every tlnio n one Is recorded the
question of odds Is brought up. On
ouu occasion the problem was put up
to Lloyds in London, the decision be
ing that tho chances were 'JO.OOO to 1
ngnlnst the feat being accomplished.
Had Charles L. Fletcher, who keeps
Hack of practically every round lie has
ever played, Hindu tho sixteenth hole
in ono nt Seabrlght, nearly n score of
years ago and duplicated the perform
ance nt tho second hole on the Ilumson
course the other dny, It would only
lmvo required n question of minutes
to glonco bnck over tire cards to tell
how many chances nt possible ones ho
How many rounds of golf 1'ronl has
had during tho last seventeen yenrs Is
of course purely u matter of conjec
ture. The former Harvard mnn doesn't
know himself. However, he plays quite
regulnrly mid It is reasonable to as
sume bo has averaged u couple of
rounds n week; u good denl more than
that in the summer, less In the off sea
son. So to carry the nnalysls further,
100 rounds n yenr for seventeen yenrs
would mnko 1,700 rounds. Grunting
tlmt courses over which ho plnyed had
three short or possible one-shot holes,
which would be n fair proposition.
1'ronl would lmvo had 0,100 chances,
slnco he made bis first one-spot when
a "kid" nt Senbrlght.
AH of which may not bo n very cheer
ful outlook for the thousands who have
not been admitted to tho army of
"onerh," though it should not bo for
gotten that thero Is no hard nnd fast
rule, nnd tlmt history records nn In
stance where u man mndo two ones In
two successive rounds.
TEACH BASEBALL TO P0ILUS
Pitcher Qunkle Will Assist Johnny
Evers In Instructing French
to Play Ball.
Pitcher Gunkle Is going to tench
brsebnll to the Pollus along with
Bascbnll lias been a blessing to
fSSrrr- -. .. ..!.:....tt.i-i!2cz
Amerlcn In developing the spirit of
tenmwork among us, and now wo will
pass It on to tho French, English and
ATTENTION PAID TO SPORTS
What Games Have Been Permitted
and Encouraged Havo Been
Helpful In Training.
Some people tire beginning to think
that the army Is pnlng u little too
much attention to sports, but they
nro people who nro not very sympa
thetic with sports anyway.
The fact of the matter Is that so
far ns tho records that havo come to
my attention disclose no American
army ollieer lias permitted (.ports to
interfere with tho regular military re
quit einents of training, or otherwise,
says a writer in MllwauUeu Sentinel.
What sports have been permitted and
encouraged havo been helpful to that
Of course now that prominent bnse
bnll players nro getting Into tho army,
tlmt gnmo has attracted moro atten
tion, und there are thoso who think
that It has been given too much promi
nence. They simply are worrying
about something that is not, und some
thing, tlmt ought not to scare them.
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THREE OF AMERICA'S
ARE NOW IN THE
Three of America's leading wrestlers, Earl Caddock, Straiigler Ed Lewis
nnd Joe Steelier, are now In Uncle Siuii'h servlre. Caddock Is a lieutenant In
an Infantry regiment, wlille Steelier Is n "gob" nt tho (Ireat Lukes Naval Train
ing station nnd Lewis Is nt Cninp Grant, llockford, 111.
CRICKET IS DIFFICULT GAME
Americans In War Zone Who'
Scoffed at English Pastime Have
Changed Their Opinions.
American bull plnyers now In the
war zone, who scoffed at the English
cricketers, are revising their ideas
s'nee they have seen tho British dis
porting themselves at their national
pnstlme. The cricket bull Is, if any
thing, harder thiiu the Amelean base
lull, and yet the Ilrttlsli soldiers nro
not permitted to wear hnsclmll mit
tens to minimize the shock. IJnre
blinded, they make creditable ditches,
going far n field for (lies, nnd their
all-round i work has routed .much ml-
mlrntlon,omotig'tho Yanks'. Tho"ono
thing the Americans t cannot see the
sense of Is the fact that you can mnko
n long hit and score a run, In cricket,
off n buschnll foul. Long drives bit
backward, far behind the butter, are
great stuff with the llrltlsh, and they
practice them continually.
IS OLDEST CLUB IN WORLD
Controversy on Between Olympic of
San Francisco and New York
Advices to the effect that tho New
York Athletic club contemplated In
stalling a bronze tablet In Its head
quarters designating it as tho oldest
athletic organisation In the country
bus met with protest ut San Francisco
from the Olympic club, which claims
While the New York club, claims to
hnvo organized on September 8, 1S0S,
the Olympians furnish proof tlmt they
came Into existence on May 1, ISM,
and miike the additional claim of be
ing tho oldest organization of Its kind
in tho world. President Wllllnni Hum
phrey of the Olympic club has for
wnrded n communication to tho New
York Athletic club setting forth tho
claim for his organization.
HENDRIX NOW IN SHIP YARDS
Star Right Hand Pitcher With Cham
pion Chicago Cubs Busily Engaged
.In Pounding Rivets.
Claude nendiix, stnr right hnnd
pitcher with the Chicago Nntlonul
looguo pennnnt winners, Is pounding
rlvete In n Superior (Wis.) ship yard.
Manager Gnnzel of the Kansas City
team hns signed to nianngo tlio club
next season. Other fouuer big leaguers
who aro helping Uncle Snm build ships
at tho sumo yards nro. Carl Cushion,
Clylo Sawyer, Cy Falkenberg, Chief
Leroy, lleurl ltoudeiiu und Clayton
ma0r. fr' ' pi i inW 1 J
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SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM
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CANT CATCH BASEBALL
American soldiers In Franco
recently tiled to break tho rec
ord set at Kelly Held, Texas, by
catching a baseball tnscd from
nu airplane more than 700 feet
above the ground. The catch
en Kelly Held was at a height of
700 feet. The Americans In
Trance failed In their attempt,
although more than l.'O soldiers
tried to catch balls thrown from
an nlrplaiie 7,0 feet mid 1)00
feet above the ground. Nearly
nil the balls hit the earth with
out being touched, while n few
struck waiting .mltts but bound
SEES NEW GLORY FOR BOXER
Bob Dunbar Says Heavyweight Fighter
Will Be Master Magnet After
War Sport Revived.
The heavyweight fighter will be the
muster magnet after the war, Just ns
ho is today In this Imitation sort of
domestic lighting n small coterie of
promoters huve been blinding out. It
Is the surest thing In the world tlmt
leme stupendous heavyweight battlers
ivlll be developed by the war big,
rnwboned lads from the far places of
our country, only awaiting the oppor
tunity to demonstrate their punch
ability, writes liob Dunbar in n Hus
ton paper. From millions of primed
young lighting men will come a band
of real, red-blooded, tight-listed war
riors who will startlo the country. All
the old-time nation-wide enthuslnsm
over boxing will hurst Into Ilamo when
theso lads meet for their tltulnr bouts
all that old enthusiasm and a lot more.
It will bo "great" and we'll like It all
tho better because the pot hunting,
lilppodromlng tactics of today will be
swept away by tho delugo of red
EXPENSES FOR IDLE CLUBS
While There Will Be No Playing Next
Year, Magnates Must Pay Rent
and Other Debts.
No nttempt will be mndo to reopen
big lenguo parks next yenr.
Although there will bo no major
league baseball next year, the mag
nates must keep on paying rent and
debts. The former Federal league
backers have claims of nenrly $00,000
that must bo settled In 1010. The
owners of the Giants will havo to pity
$80,000 for the Polo grounds In rent
and tuxes, together with overhead
charges on tlio plant. All of the other
clubs face heavy expenditures. It Is
eitlmnted that within tho next twelve
months tho big leagues will hand over
nearly $700,000 to their creditors, with
nothing coming In at tho box otllce.
ASK FOR 2-YEAR-0LD RACES
Request Made by Thoroughbred Asso
ciation of United States Red
Cross Fund Paid,
Tho Thoroughbred norso Breeders'
nt'soclntlon, with members nil over tho
United States and Canndo, will request
tho Havana and New Orleans racing
nsEoclntlons to iinnoimco rnces for two-year-olds
after Jiinunr.y, 1010, provided
they aro assured of Hiifllclent horses
of that ago to Justify .nrrunglng such
President A. II. Ilnncock said that
$25,000 of tho $10,000 to ho raised by
nreeders of the thoroughbreds as their
part of tho $200,000 pledged by Ken
tucky racing and breeding interests to
tho Red CroAS bus been paid.
LARGE SCORES MADE
IK EARLY BASEBALL
Annals of Game Aro Full of No
Greatest Number of Tallies In One In
ning Were Made by Chicago Ir
Game Against Detroit Dele,
hanty Wao Slugger.
In tho early dnys of baseball no clul
was considered to have a safe lent
over the opposing team with iinythlne
less tlinii a margin of 20 runs to the
With tho beginning of professional
baseball In the early seventies, lint'
tho launching of tho National league
these conditions changed, and ble
scores became tho exception and not
tho rule. Thlrty-slx yenrs ago was
played, at Chicago, tho league gamo In
which the record number of runs was
tnude. Chlcugo nnd Cleveland wero
the opposing tenuis on that historic
July 21, In 18S2, and tho former tri
umphed by a score of 35 to -1,
Many other lengue-swuttlng records
have stood almost as long. The great
est number of home runs In u major
league game was scored in a contest
between Detroit nnd St. Louis In 1830,
when seven circuit bits were mndo.
This record has been several times ex
ceeded In minor circuits, and nt Corsl
conn, Tex., In 1002 no less tlum 1!)
home runs were smashed out. The
world's record for tho greatest num
ber of runs In one Inning of a league
guino hns stood since 1SS.1, when Chi
cago scored IS runs two for each man
In tho "lucky seventh" of u game
against Detroit, Hums and Weldmnn
being the twlrlers whoso delivery fnred
so bndly. As lute as 1003, at Cleve
land, ten runs were scored In one In
ning, nine hits were mnde, und each
batter who mndo n hit got a run.
The individual batting records for a
single gnme are bended by tho won
derful performance of llenuinont of
the Pirates, who in 1S00 got six hits
In as many times nt the bnt. Even
more sensational was the feat of Dele
hanty of Philadelphia, In 1S00, when
In n gnme against Chicago bo went to
bat five times nnd got four homo runs
nnd a single.
CASEY STENGEL IN CANTEEN
Former National League Outfielder
Likes New Job With Exception
of Early Rising.
Casey Stengel, former Nntlonnl
lenguo outfielder, now in tlio navy, Is
la charge of tho canteen nt tho Brook-
r 'Jlf v
lyn nnvy ynrd. Ho says ho likes tho
work, all except tho getting up nt sir
o'clock In the morning to open "tho
store." In addition to running tho can
teen, Casey Is captain of a ball team
of nnvy men, among his players being
Jimmy Hlckmnn, formerly of tho Dod
gers, nnd Hnrry Heltiuan, n pitcher
who "belongs" to Brooklyn.
HOW SPORTS HELP SOLDIERS
Americans Trained to Do Their Work
Ir, Quickest Manner Possible
With Their Guns.
According to n returned American
soldier, tho Yunkco sport training Is
helping them over there, In that United
States soldiers do their work, which
Is to kill as many Ilims as possible, In
tho quickest and most natural way.
An English Tommy will chaso n Hun
half a mllo, ho says, to get a chance
to stick him with a bnynnct, when ono
shot from his rlllo would do tho trick
nt once. French soldiers havo n ten
dency to wait until they can grenade
their foes, hut the Yanks get n bead
on tho other fellows and drop 'cm
quick with their rllles.
WALTER MAYER JOINS ARMY
Red Sox Player Loses No Time In Re-
turning Home, Arranging Affairs,
Walter Mayer of tho champion Bed
Sox lost little time returning to his
homo in Cincinnati, arranging his af
fairs and answering tho cull of his
draft board for nrmy service, no nr
rived homo on ono train and within
nn hour was "on tho way to Berlin,"
meaning that ho had been bundled off
to camp. In tlmt hour ho Invested his
Bhnro of tho world's series receipts,
after making sovcrul donations to war
OUR LEADING CLUBS
Moulders of Public Opinion and
Assembling Places for Citi
zens in This City.
Tollowlnf ate the locaUeni of tkt
Mdinj elf-suotalnin clubs of Chi
cago: Apollo Club, 202 S. Michigan ar.
Bohemia Club 3C59 Douglas boule
vard. Builder', 412-418 Chamber of Com
Calumot, Michigan are. and 10th at
Caxton, Tenth floor, Fine Aria bldg.
Chicago Athletic Association, it &
Chicago Architectural, Art Insti
tute. Chicago Automobile, III Plytaoutt
Chicago Club, Michigan are, am
Van Duron street.
Chicago Motor Club, 1250 South
Chicago Cycling, 1811, 17 Bast Vaa
Chicago Yacht, foot of Monro rt.
City Club, 3J6 Plymouth court
Cliff Dwellers, tic 8. Michigan ave.
Colonial Club of Chicago, 4441
Columbia Yaoht foot of Randolph
Elks 171 West Wnshlngton atrcot.
Enrlorrood. ttttn himnt .......
Edgowater Country, 1618 Win throe
Farragut Yacht Club, foot of lid si
Qermanla Maennerchor, 101 0ra
Hamilton, 20 8. Dearborn at
Dllnola Athtetlc, 111 . Mlcalgma
Irish Fellowship club, La Oalto Ha
ul. Iroquois, 26 North Dearborn stroot.
Illinois, 113 S. Aahtand boulevaT.
Jefferson, Dearborn ave. and Maol
Kenwood, Lake ave. and 47th at
Kenwood Country. Drexel boule
vard and 48th atreet
Mid-Day, First National Bank bldg.
Oaks, Lake at and Waller ave.
Press Club of Chicago, City Hall
Quadrangle, Lexington avenue ana
Rotary, 38 South Dearborn at
Saddle and Cycle, Sheridan R4
and Foster avenue.
South Shore Country, lake abor
and 67th atreet
Southern, 16 N. Dearborn atreet
Bpecdwny Park Club, 140 8. Dear
Standard, Michigan ave. and I4tfe
Swedish Club of Chicago, llll La
Twentieth Century, 2246 Michigan
Union League, Jackson boulevari
and Fedoral street
university, Michigan avenne aae
PrefMsor Dwyer pit tho fiihtfcf
tplril in Theriori IniimII. Hi
in doth time IhJm ft yu, Ut
Ji.ll a month. Im'I iiy HI.M
lor IS trMKnevIs whig you mm
let 12 month' tralnhf, for JII.M,
and come at often at yon like.
Proleuor Dwyer tsyt: 'I'll mho
your bnin work futtr and pro
duce more thin it evar did bile.
Til mike yon feel ibytleatly M.
I II oreato more entrgy, vitality and
ttamlaa in that body ei yonrt then
you ewer dreamed of haviar, and
all because I will keep yournrae
elet, vital erjani and Mood in mk
"All I ask el you it la (nvettlceta
my training quarten hekte win
any otheri. Coma np and taks a
free trial treatment. Yon win Ib
medlately ha convinced that I have
the fmeat kainint wiartta la th
city. I siva my pcrcea. atten
tion to each one. Ml my work U
individcral. Three fnetmtort m
the fleer at all timet."
PRIF. M. J. IWYER
19h Floor, Continental A.
Commercial Ban Blrfg.
208 So. La Sail Stirt
Phone Wahawh 71M
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