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RICHARDS & SONS
PHONE HARRISON 488
Old Colony Bunding Chicago, 111.
YARD LOCATIONS 18th and La Salle St., Thirty
fifth and Federal, 5455 North Lincoln St., 131 West
Sixty-third St., Arthington and Kilpatrick
Telephone Harrison S187
C. A. B1CKEIT, President C. O. FOWLER, Vice-Prat.
BRYAN G. TIGHE, Vlce-Pres. CHAS. NEWTON, Tre.turer.
DON B. SEBASTIAN, Vlce-Pres. W. H. SM1THBURNE, Secretary.
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19 S. La Salle Street CHICAGO
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TELEPHONES I IlUBINESS.-SCrERIOR tit
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rillVATK, HUl'KltlOU U
North Side Turner Hall
CHARLES APPEL, Manager
Large Hallo 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 & B1RK
ULMER MALT BEER
1286 MILWAUKEE AVENUE
is a Dark, Rich, Nu
t WEARS INSIGNIA OF 5
5 THE REVERSED RIVET 5
B Joe Jackson, with the Insignia A
S of tho reversed rlel mi lil-s 9
WA til Wit I tat nM tx.oei.wl A l.ik nl(.( ! TaM
dm ciiuunii'ii rjviii" u i;it v. willing
S tho Imll in old-time stylo for tho &
S White Sox. If he could piny nil &
B his games nit the road lie would &
E luivn ii plneli li'illlhii' ullli TV 'A
J litivo ii cinch buttling with Ty 5
B Colili for tht' championship. As S
zt uomi lor tut' citiiiiipioiiviiiip. as 'A
B It Is, lie will have to listen to S
R cnitstlo roinnrkH In Chicago for 8
Ta lull r the season. R
Ta llllll lilt' KCI1SOI1,
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RED DOOIN IS MADE
MANAGER AT READING
Was Major League Player for
He Piloted Philadelphia National
League Team Through Four Cam
palgnc Has Lost None of His
ChnrloH S. Dooln, former mnnngcr
of the Philadelphia National League
'chili, for which organization ho caught
for 1- sonsntiH, Is now inn linger of tho
Heading International League chili.
Dooln, a ploying inannger, has de
cided to nttempt u coino-hnck after
being out of bnsebull for two sea
sons. Chnrlcs P. Kolchnor, coach of Al
bright college and former minor
Icaguo player and maniiger, Is sccre
tary nud business manager of thu club.
Reading fans are elated over tho
Holectlnn of Dooln as iiinniiger. Tho
sorrel-topped catcher was n major
leaguer in seasons. Ho managed tho
Phillies through four cauipulgnH, as
miming this rolo In 1011. and relin
quished It at tho closo of tho 1014
Ah boss of tho Phillies, Dooln pi
loted IiIh tenia Into fourth plnco In
11)11, finished fifth In 101". mid barely
wiih nosed out by tho Olants for tho
pennant In lOKI. In 101-1 the bus of
a number of his star players crippled
tho Phillies nud Dooln Mulshed in
sixth place that season. Ho retired ns
uiiinager at the close of tlilH ciiiupalgu,
and went to Cincinnati In 101 r.. Ho
spent the 101(1 season with the (limits,
after which ho retired from tho game.
Since quitting baobull Dooln has
been engaged In thu garage mid clgur
business In and around Philadelphia.
Though near the two-score mark,
Dooln Iiiih lost none of his old-tliuu
"pep," always keeping In tho best of
condition, mid Heading fans bellovo
that he will not only ho a success ns
n manager, but make good as a player
"COMEBACK" OF 0LLIE CHILL
Was One Mighty Good Boxer, So He
Won't Have to Stand Much Im
pudence of Players.
OIllo Chill, one of Dan .lohiison'H
new American league umpires, or
rather a comeback In tho Junior major
league, for ho uinplied there several
years buck, was once a mighty good
hover. So he doon'l hae to Ktoud
much sass from the players.
Chill did his ring performances un
der the name of Jack Itymi ami hailed
from Indianapolis. Ho was tall and
exceptionally clover, weighing about
l'JS pounds when at Ids best. He had
three encounters with tho Into Clar
ence Forbes, and all of them wore live
Ty combats, Ho also campaigned In
tho Kust and through Ohio, and gen
erally was regarded as a high class
SH0TTEN IS SUNDAY MANAGER
Outfielder Obtained by Cardinals From
Washington Club Supplanto
Rickey on Sabbath.
Itert Shotted, the outfielder obtained
from tho Washington Senators, linn
been nppolnted Sunday mnniigor of the
Cardinals by tho president and man
ager, Itruucli Klekcy. Klckoy Ih oik
of tho fow players who never played
bull on Sunday. .Matty was another,
hut "Big Six" led his team from the
bench when ho was manager of tin
CLEVELAND INDIANS PROUD OF CATCHERS
STEVE O'NEILL, NUNAMAKER AND THOMAS
Move v Y"Zfm Sal K&
y Zeis WuMam&far"
o &tf .m 'faa n?x
yl AmiYK XJ
y yijY gs tfuMam&fceir M lVM
Tho Cleveland Indians believe they hove the bcMt bacl;topplng lineup In
cither of tl.o nmjor leagues. Tho trio aro Los Nunii'iuiker, who wiih obtained
f nrm St. LoiiIh for .hob ltllllngs ! Stove O'Neill and Clict Thotnns.
Nuiiamiikor Is regarded as u steady player, good behind tho bat and still
better with the bat. O'Neill Is regarded as the most dependable catcher In
tho gai'io today, nlns on tho steady grind, never slumping Into an "olT day."
diet Thomas, who came to tho Indians about tho middle of last season
overweight and chunky, Is showing off In flno stle mid Ids unites nro betting
on big things from him this 'season.
JOHNNY LAVAN WILL RETURN
Former Shortstop of St. Louis Browns
May Change Mind About Retir
ing From Came.
Lieut. Johnny Liiwiti, surgeon on
hoard tho U. S. S. Mississippi and for
mcrly shortstop of tho St. LoiiIh
IJrowiiHiiiid Washington .Senators,,may
change Ids mind iilmut retiring from
Thu over-popular Ilttlo Infieldor snw
tho opening game at thu Polo grounds
and became o uitluiHlastlc ho In
formed his friends, lje probably would
return to tho diamond when bis In
jured uuklo heals.
Johnny was nil prepared to go to
tho St. Louis Cardinals In n big trade,
by which thu Olants wero to get one
of tho Mound City cntchcrs, hut ho
sustained a fraitured miMo In Cuba
and tho deal collapsed, "It's going to
bo a grout year for baseball," said tho
young surgeon, "and I'd llku to get
IrncI: Into the g ie."
PITCHER LUQUE LOOKS GOOD
Former Loul&ville Hurler Wins Flret
Game'of Season for Manager Pat
Moian of Reds.
It does not liiol; as If tho CoIoiicIa
will bo able to gut Pitcher I. mine
back from the Cluey lteds, us tho
Cuban has been showing up too well.
Luipio had the honor of winning thu
llrst gaiuu of tho season for Hurr
mmiii's club, although he only pitched
to three bnisuii u, Tho Hods wero ho
hind when he went In mid before any
one tlso took his pluco they wero far
ahead. Ho looked mi good to Branch
Klckoy of the Cards that Itlckey diiroil
Pat Moiuu Jn offer him to tho St,
HARD HITTING COMBINATION
Flr6t Six Batsmen of New York
Giants Look to Be Most Effica
cious Batters in League.
Hums, Young. Chase, Doyle,, ICauff,
and Zimmerman, TIiIh is thu order of
tho first six batsmen of tho Now York
(Hants and, on paper at least, It looU
to ho about the strongest batting com
bination In either ol tho two major
Imyl KvVvfc? I
Cmi rtevnw (O
5 B0NEHEAD CLASSIC
f FOR YEAR OF 1919 B
i All tho blackboard Htuff In tho j
4 world can't help when such n B
play Ih pulled as came off In tho B
Cardlnals-Keds game on April R
4 24. In the third Inning with ono R
4 down Heathcoto on first, Honis- j
d by hit as clean a smash as over J
A was poled. It wiih good for j
A three bases ut least. Heathcoto R
9 ran us far as second, listened to R
2 Morris ltuth a moment und then f.
9 raced hack for nrs"t. Hovmet f.
6 Horushy on tho way. Kogers f
0 passed him and was called out. 4
C And there stood Heathcoto back 4
C on first huso, well satisfied with P
B Mnisclf. 9
Cy Williams continues to pound tho
hall vigorously for tho Phillies.
Tho Washington Americans nro try
ing out a new shortstop named Davis.
Tho GlunU certainly havo a very
Impressive outfield as regards butting.
Jou Leonard puts plenty of pep In
n game when ho Is working on th
If Johnny Lavan comes hack the
Washington Infield should do some
Outfielder Par roll of the Columbus
Senators has been turned over to tho
Torre Haute team.
Hutch Heulluo, Indianapolis catcher,
lias been sold to thu Hloomlugton club
of the Three-I league.
Tho Huston Hod So:c huo turned
young Pat Shea over to Newark, but
lie expects to ho buck.
George Tjler, ono of tho stor left
handed pitchers of thu Clilcago Cubs,
appears to bu In top form.
Patsy l'luheity of thu Colonels has
suit Catcher Dlegen to the Hlrinlng
liam club of tho Southern league.
Thu national commission has rein
stated Normal Plltt, pl'clier, Wuipilt
baseball last summer "to go Into bu.sl
ness." Karly season clouting makes many
spring buds, hut as thu pitchers mum!
Into form, tho basehlt totals will
Ilnrry Harper of tho Washington
Americans gets tho credit of being tho
first pitcher to win a game from thu
Boston Hod Sox,
May of the St. Louis Cardinals wan
tho first National league pitcher to
secure a shutout In a championship
game this spring,
Put Moran's lino start In Cincinnati
threatens to bring trouble to tho wlsu
old manager, for Itedland hugs turn
over night when defeat otnes.
Ifonus Wagner, former Pirate star,
who was offered a berth with the
Louisville club In tho American As
sociation, says he will stick to his Job
us athletic director at Cnrneglo Tech.,
SURE WAY TO STOP 8
g FUGACIOUS TY COBB g
J It Isn't every player who'can J5
J cope with Ty Cobb. Yet In St. C
tjU Louis years ngo theru was n
JJ (pilot, modest Ilttlo catcher ft
named Paul Krltchell, who
J evolved out of his own vuit )
$ brain a moans of circumventing $
M tho wily fugacious Ty. One aft- K
ft ornoon Cobb was on first; as Is
J his custom when tho chnnco
ft looks halfway good, ho hroko for ft
J second. Krltchell, wild to maku $
rk" fliii -( ilMititiml tint liii 11 ITiih rJ
IVAN OLSON IS MOST
RELIABLE AS PLAYER
Commences His Fifth Season
With Brooklyn Superbas.
Inflelder Knows Baseball From A to
Z and Should Prove Manager Rob
inson's Most Able Lieutenant
Faster Than Ever.
This is Ivnn Olson's ninth season
In fast company and his fifth with
tho Brooklyn Superhns. Olson was
claimed by tho Cleveland club from
Portland back In 1011, remained with
Cleveland four seasons, "stayed n min
ute" with tho Clnclnnatls In 1015, und
wns waived over to Brooklyn in the
midst of the 1015 season.
When Olio went hack to California
Inst September he got himself u Job
with an oil concern In Los Angeles.
Tbnt wns a sort of hiatus In his life.
In other years ho wintered In tht
Pacific Const league or hunted or soma
such thing, but work nothing doing
They hud a bull team In that oil
concern mid Olio Joined It, training
threo times a week and playing Sun
dnys when the Iiilliieii7.ii him was not
In force. His hall playing mid steady
work hud a remarkablo effect. It put
Olson In thu best condition ho ever
wns In his long career on tho dia
mond, and that dates from 100(1, when
ho hroko In with Muskogeo of tho
Today, nt tho ago of ,11, when most
Inllelders are slipping, Ivy Is one of
tho most rellnblo players on tho
Brooklyn team. Ho knows baseball
from A to 7, and should bo Kobblo'H
nblest lieutenant now that Jack
Coombs bus departed. Ho Is showing
tho splendid effects of that winter
training by his brilliant nll-nround
work, mid should continue nt top
speed for some tlmo to cotno. Ills
fielding Is better than over, ho Is hit
ting harder and Is faster on tho bases.
Ills couching of tho other Inllelders
nnd thu pitchers whllo a gumo Is on
la another vuluablo nsset. Ivy has
tho distinction of being tho most con
sistently "punned" pln.or Brooklyn
ever had, hut ho him thrived on tho
LARRY SUTTON WITH COOMBS
One of the Best-Known Baseball
Scouts Signs to Dig Up Players
for Philadelphia Club.
Larry Sutton, ono of tho best-known
baseball scouts, has signed a contrnct
to dig up now players for tho Philllea
Sutton for many years was tho Brook
lyn club's scout und wiih tho discov
erer of Duubert, Wheat and other
noted players. Ho acted In a similar
capacity for tho Cincinnati Hods two
Sutton nnd Jack Coombs are old
friends. The former recently recom
mended Leo Callahan to tho Phillies,
and as tho latter Is making greut
progress, Coombs decided tho other
day to let Sutton put on his gum shoes
for a tour of tho minor leagues Jntof
in tho season.
" "- !- "'''tv. inv .Mil. ..u.- n
ft rlcdly picking It up, he slammed $
! tho pill ncross to third, shout- Jj
ft Ing: "Get him when ho comes ft
pjt around there I" and, sure us ij
ft fate, Cobb, trying to annex an ft
if extra bnso on tho tnlscue, or- i
,J rived at third, only to find tho ft
ft ball waiting for hhn in tho third $
baseman's leathery hand I
GOT HER SOLDIER HUSBAND
Lonely Widow Made Application and
Government Employment Bureau
Did the Rest.
There's a Job for tho returned sol
dier which few of us thought of, tho
Job of being n husband. At least,
we never thought of it ns ono of
those Jobs which could ho listed among
the "help wanted." This Is what hap
pened at one of tin? New York city
United States employment bureaus.
Gordon Snwyer, tho government em
ployment agent picked a pink, lilac
scented letter off the top of his inall.
He opened It mid read:
"My husband died some time ngo.
I lmo a smalt Income, n town homo
mid a country place, but I am lone
some. Him lug loud that so ninny sol
diets are out of work, I havo con
cluded that there would bo nothing
better for me to do than to tako
for my husband n man who liui
fought for bis country. Cnn you send
a worthy soldier to mo?"
"This may bo n Joke," said Mr.
Snwer. "It sounds too good to bo
true. Hut It Is worth u trial."
Ten minutes later a goodlooklng
oung soldier walked Into tho olllce.
"I am looking for n Job," ho suld.
"I'm a carpenter."
".Married ?" nsked Mr. Snwyer. .
"Nope," replied Prlvato J.
"Head this letter. Investlgnto tho
Job and report to me."
Just us Mr. Snwyer was closing his
ofllce the telephone rang. "This Is
Prlvato J.," said the voice. "Thanks
for tbnt letter. I got tho JobJ'
TURNED VESSEL INTO SHOP
Ingenious Idea Appreciated by the
Sailors of the British Grand Fleet
Stationed at Scapa Flow.
Ono of the secrets of the wnr wns
roculcd recently whcnn pnrty wont
down to the Victoria docks, London, to
Inspect tho Wilson liner Borodino. This
ship wns chartered In tho curly dnys
of the wnr by tho Junior Army and
Navy Stores for the puiposo of sui
plying tho sailors of the grand fleet
with comforts und luxuries tbnt they
would otherwise havo bad to do with
out. Ono of the sea lords at tho be
ginning of tho war, when the grand
licet wns keeping lis vigil In Scupa
flow, recognized Hint tho ofllcers nnd
men needed something to relievo tho
dullness of existence whllo wnltlng
for the German fleet to come out.
The suggestion wns adopted, nnd tho
Borodino turned Into a most effecttvo
shop. Almost anything could bo
bought on board, whllo there was n
fine laundry with a weekly collection
und delivery, nud n bnrber's shop. FIvo
thousand dollnrs a week was taken by
tho sale of goods, Including penny bars
of chocolate, greatly favored by young
midshipmen. Tho latest In fancy
soaps, shaving creams, now books, tho
llnest chocolates, mid tin abundance of
fresh meat, IMi and vegetables helped
to liinke life more bearable In tho cold
and dismal Mirroumllngs of Scapa.
An Enlightened Age.
Ono day recently a oung couplo
entered the county clerk's ofllco In
Winchester and got a mnriiiigo license,
each giving their age as twenty-llvo
years. The couplo, being acquainted
with tho county recorder, culled on
him at bis olllce and during their
conversation Informed him that they
bud Just been married. Tho recorder,
seeing the envelope In the young man's
pocket, which ho recognized us com
ing from the clerk's olllce, nsked:
"Who married you?" "Why, tho man
In the olllce at the other end of tho
hull," replied tho young man, "and hero
Is our ceitlllcate," producing the mar
riage license. The recorder Informed
tho couple that they wero not mar
ried, and at their request called a
justice of tho peace, who performed
tho ceremony for them. Now Yoik
Two grizzly bear skulls from tho
foothills of Sun Joso (California)
county havo been classified ut tho
Smithsoiilun Institution at Washington,
showing that lu dajs genu by a tmw
extinct species of grizzly roamed tho
hills of Alum Hock und .Mount Hamil
ton ranges, according to announcement
Dr. C. Hint Meriiuiuu of tho Insti
tution came hero for the skulls of thol
bears, which were killed more (hull'
fifty yours ago by Clark Hubburd, u
pioneer. Accoidlug to Doctor Merrt
man the skulls nro from a species
clearly distinct fiom the US other spe
cies mid subspecies classified by tho
Institution. Doctor Slerriman has
searched the mountains of tho entlro
West for grlzly bear relics.
lMward It. Hewitt of Now York Is
a mini of science who ulbo owns a
largo estutu In New Jersey, whero ho
canles on Interesting experiments,
Tho Little Journal recounts that sev
eral years ago a great lawn foo on
his place was ono of tho lending social
events of the season, and hu added to
the gala aspect of tho ocncslon by dip
ping tho wings of his White Leghorn
fowls Into red, blue, yellow nud green
d)o solutions. They innilo n great sen
butlou. He said they wero Tasinunlun Chro
moklpklps mid Intimated something
about $50 a dozen for their eggs. Soon
he iocoIed Inquiries for settings with
chocks Inclosed, and It wns only
when these wero returned nud tho
method of "raising" Tusmunlun Chro
moklpklps was explained tbnt would
be puuhasers gae up their quest.