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JOHN U. SMYTH
716 West Madison Street
Telephone Hnymnrkct 836
Specializing in West Side Real Estate
Pres. and Treas.
READY& CALLAGHAN COAL CO.
133 West Washington Street
Telephone Main 4200
Branch Office and Yardi N. W. Corner 47th and Haltted Street
on Chicago Junction Ry. Phone Yard 167 and 168
The William H. Reid Company
PHONES FRANKLIN 360-1395
Suite 1358 Conway Building
Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co.
720 Stock Exchange Bldg.
Core 03, Parting and Foundry Facings
Telephone Franklin 2763
and Special Sodas for
Tanners Soap Makers
Metal Cleaning Water Softening
Dish Washing Machines, etc.
Immediate uhipment from Chicago Slock
The Fred Molt Co., Inc.
Solvay Process Co.'s High Test Sodas
30 No. Dearborn St
Fon. Randolph 1349
WM. H MALONE, Pr.idet
ROAD, FLUX AND LUBRICATING OILS
II South La Sail Street CHICAGO
Car SkitwMmta Oaljr
Rogers Park 1458
AMERICAN SEWEff & DRAIN CONSTRUCTION GO.
J. W. DEER, Pr. and Tnai.
Practical Sewer and Drain Contractors
Water Plants Installed and Repaired
Concrete Catch Basin Blocks and Covers
Water Meter Vaults Complete
OFFICE AND YARD
2816 North Washtenaw Ave., CHICAGO
. L. J. READY WALTER M. READY
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The New Vork fllnnts Is the nnmo of tho professional footlmll team
under direction of Charles Brick ley which will try to revive tho rugby gume
In tho metropolitan center this winter.
CUB OWNERS CHOOSE
MITCHELL TO GUIDE
Rumors thnt Fred Mitchell, munnger
of the Chicago Nutlonnl League base
ball club would bo supplanted before
tho next spring training season wero
put to rest with the announcement the
other day that Mitchell would guldo
the Cubs' destinies In 1020. He already
was under contract, but following a
stockholders' meeting nt which nil the
old officers und directors wero re-elect'
ed, It was decided to pass n vote of
thanks to Mitchell for his efforts the
last year, und express confidence In
his ability to land a pennant next year
In order to silence the rumors.
California women swimmers havo
Babo Ruth will demand 20,000 sal
nry from Boston Ited Sox next year.
Stoblo boys nt tho Epsom Down,
England track, havo struck for higher
Tho American association plan? In
creasing the player limit to 10 or 18
men next season.
.Tim Lnndns, flreek wrest'er, defeat
ed Dan I'etrollln two out of three
falls at Suit Luko City.
University of Maine defented Brown
university In n dual cross-country run
at Orono, Maine, IS to -10.
Tin' ptatement now Is made In Cin
cinnati that Put Moran had a two
yeur contract one year yet to run.
Bath led tho second basemen of tho
National league on both tho bafts of
lidding pcrccntngo and accepted
B. W. Hclzer of Constantinople,
Turkey, has been elected captain of
tho Harvard Freshmun eoeccr foot
Josh Billings, one of tho receiving
stuff for tho St. Louis Browns, has
been nppolnted state ngent for Kan
sas of an nutomobllo necessary,
Norman Boss, after taking part In
tho Honolulu swimming events, may
go to Australia, as they arc anxious
to bco tho Interallied champion In
Miss Mildred Caverly wm Iho win
ner of tho Philadelphia Cricket club
women's golf chumplonshlp for 1010
by defeating Mrs. J. W. Tiiruhull 4
President T. J, Htckoy of tho Amer
ican nssorlatlnn Is opposed to n res
toration of tho draft. Ho nays its
elimination saved Iho A. A. magnates
$00,000 last season.
Chow Chow Club of America Is
planning Its II rut specialty show. It
will be held In Mm near future In
New York city. There will bo the
greatest display of Chows ever seen
In this country.
Krnlo Johntwn, utility Inflclder of
tho St. Louis Browns after tho utnul
,'iunutlon of tho Browns and tho St.
Louis Feds, lias been mimed us man
ager of tho Salt iJiko City team ol
iho Pacific Coast league for next reason.
WINNER OF TRIP TO CANADA
James Barnes, St. Louis Professional
Golfer, Is Recipient of Most
When .Tair.es Barnes, the St. Louis
pro, shot a 70 for IS holes In the West
ern open golf championship tourney
on the Moyfleld links he won what Is
probably tho most unique rewnrd that
was ever dangled before tho eyes of
an athletic competitor, tho prize being
nothing nioro nor less than n trip to
Canada with all expenses paid.
One of the visiting golfers at the
tourney was J. K. Wudley, n multi
millionaire lumberman from Texar
kann, Ark., and a mighty strong sup
porter of the Kngllsh'star.
"Jim, I'll tnke you over to Canada
to play In the Canadian open next
TCCk If you shoot as good as 70,"
Fi'f' jfJ.. fofVn
promised Wudley if the rangy Barnes
stepped up to swat his tlrst ball.
Barnes looked nt him Inquiringly,
smiled broadly and remarked that he'd
llko to got a chance to play ugulnt
And he did. He shut his 70 easily.
ADD TO DAVIS CUP MATCHES
Lawn Tennis Blue Ribbon Event Here
after to Include Various Events
It Is proposed thut future Davis cuj
matches, the blue ribbon event In lawn
tennis play, In future not bo confined
to men's singles and doubles, but also
women's singles and doubles nnd mix
ed doubles as well, thus making It
tho great tennis feature, extendlnc
over three or four week's piny.
RACER BLIND AS A SUCKLING
Winner of St. Leger at Odd of 5C
to 1 Came Near Being Given
Away By Her Owner.
Tho great Kngllsh maro Throstle
was blind as u suckling, nnd Lord
Arlington eamo near to giving her
away to a farmer neighbor. Later It
was found that Iho filly could see.
and ridden by M. Cannon she unex
pectedly won the Hulnt Leger of 1801
at BO to 1.
TO COACH HARVARD FENCERS
J. L. Danguy Will Be Assisted by
Edwin Qay and William Russell,
The Hu'vurd fencing team has se
cured ns Its couch J. L. Danguy of
tho New York Fencers club. Up will
! insisted by I'M win flay, assistant
lean, nnd by William Russell, former
Harvard leader und tho national duel
ina sword champion.
ROBINSON CLEVER RIDER
Hiding honors for the Latonln
meeting easily fell to Jockey j;
Cliff Robinson, us he piloted 27 :
winners, while bis nearest rival,
Tommy Murray, scored only 17
limes. The outstanding feature ',
about ltohlnsnn's riding was '',
that he was "In the liionev" 18
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ROGER BRESNAHAN TO
AID MILLER HUGGINS
Will Act as Social Representa
tive of Management.
Leader of Yankees Has Failed to Qaln
Popularity Because of His Imita
tion of the Clam and the Hi
From Toledo, where linger Bresna
ban some time ago finished his baseball
la'iors with u hopeless club, comes the
story that the one time (Hunt catcher
will return to New York next season
this time to the Yankees, says Detroit
Free Press. It Is said that Brenahan
will act as general assistant to Miller
Hugglns on the field and as social rep
resentative of the inanagemeut off the
There seems to be u feeling In cop
tain drill's that In order to be a sue
cess a major league manager must
mingle with the crowd and make him
self agreeable .socially. Whatever mer
its may He In that argument the fuel
remains that Ilitgg'us has failed tc
gain generul popularity becuusc of '
imitation of the clam nnd tho hlbcr
natlng bear. Largely ns n result of tha
condition the owners havo decided t
tukc on Bresnahan.
Should Bresnahan come to Nei
York he will be received with opci
arms. The Yankees could uso somi
of his virility, If nothing else. Whei
Hugglns took BrcMinhiiu's place at
manager of the Clirdlnnls there wai
some linrd feeling between them, luv
thnt has been dissipated. For severu'
years Hugglns sent somo of his Yankei
enstoffs to Toledo and gavu Bresna
ban considerable assistance albel,
thut assistance was not enough.
AMERICAN SPORTS IN CHIN
Baseball and Football Are Amonj
Most Popular Games Played at
American football und baseball havi
been successfully Introduced at Tslng
Hun college, 1'ekln, China, acconllni
to Ming S. Lowe, registrar of the col
lege, who was at Frisco recently ei
route to China after a tour of tin
Ulght j cars ago Lowe left for Clilni
after having graduated from the LTui
verslty of California, where ho wai
known as an all-round athlete. Afte.
his arrival In China he obtained tin
service of an American conch mic
physical director, D. K. Brace, a col
lege graduate, to coach tho varloui
teams then organized In it teutatlvt
way, In baseball, American football
soccer, tennis, track und swimming.
American football und Yankee base
ball are among tho most popular sporti
at Tslug-Hua college. A golf coursi
Is soon to bo laid out near the col
WANTS VARSITY TRIAL RACE
San Diego Club Anxious to Have Pre
llmlnary Eight-Oared Crews to
Test Skill There.
The Snn Diego Bowing club wnnti
tho vurslty eight-oared shell crews ol
Stanford, Cal and Washington (Seat
tie) to row In a preliminary test ol
skill next spring nt San Diego, previ
ous to the annual three-cornered ruct
on Oakland estuary for tho Pacific
coast Intercollegiate title.
TWO-MILE RECORD IS BROKEN
Mark at Lafayette College Lowered by
Robert Crawford Six Seconds
llohert Crawford, second-placo win
ner In the Intercollegiate one-mile race
lust spring, broke the Lafayette col
lege two-mile record when he covered
the dlBtunco iu 10:7 2-,r, six secouds
bettor thun the best time previously
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From out of the West comes the report that Karl Caddock, who retired
ns the world's heavyweight wrestling champion, will resumo activities on tho
mat again, and Is eager to meet the best In tho world. Shortly before tho
United States entered the wnr Caddock announced that he was through with
the gomu forever.
SWEET REVENGE FOR
Behind the defeat of Yule by Boston
college, mitde possible by a Held goal
kicked by Jimmy Fltzpatrlck, lies u
lather Interesting little story. It seems
that u couple of years iigo, upon grad
uating from the high school at Mori
den, Conn., Jimmy planned to enter
Yale und to tnke part In athletics at
that university. Johnny Mack, the Yule
trainer, looked the boy over ono day,
however, and remarked that he would
never make an athlete. Mack's hastily
rendered Judgment caused Fltzpatrlck
to change his niliiil nbout going to Yale
and he entered Boston college. The
blow he delivered to the Bulldog's
pride, therefore, brought great delight
to the heart of the Merlden boy.
Tho Cubs will train at Pasadena,
Cnl again next season.
San Antonio, Tex., has Invited tho
Giants to train there this spring.
The St. Louis Cardinals' already
have more players reserved than tho
Investment" In oil hnve been mndo
by several members of tho Cincinnati
Beds, It is said.
"Speed" Martin. Cub pitcher, Is
coaching tho St. Mary's Phoenix bnso
ball tcnin at Son Francisco.
Mlko Kelley, St. Paul manager, Is
now entered In the list of those who
will manage the Pittsburgh Plrutes.
Ray Bates, who used to ploy third
base for tho Athletics, Is being stnrred
by a Los Angeles moving picture con
cern. Eugeno Bolden, winner of tho ten
mllo swim on tho Delnworo river,
Philadelphia, has Joined tho Illinois
Tim Hendryx and Klnier Miller,
former outfielders with tho Yunkees,
aro said to ho In demand and both nro
likely to be In tho majors again next
Frank O'Neill, American Jockey, Is
tho lending French turf winner with
D8 inountfl. W. K. Vanderbllt tops
tho winning owners with 412,000
Official statistics show that an av
erage of I.OOO.OOO a month has
changed hands at tho French raco
courses rtneo tho signing of tho
Alfred Shrubb, tho former Inng-dls-tanco
Kngllsh running champion, has
arrived In England nnd le expected
to figure In public when his training
Is far enough advanced,
Pug Cnvet won Iho honor In the
American association tho post season
of being tho league's "Iron man," n
rolo filled by Dick Kerr In 1018. Ca
vet pitched 3Sr Innings all told.
Herb Hall, American association
pitcher, seems to bo the (linger most
to bo feared by batters In all base
ball, no' managed to hit 20 hattc
somewheru In the niritoniy last s
ACTIVITIES ON MAT
RING'S JINX STICKS TO HIM
Cincinnati Twlrler Thought He Had
Shaken It, But It Came Back
In Big Series.
Jimmy Ring was the hard luck
pitcher of the Cincinnati Reds nil Inst
season. The team Just could not maku
runs for him. Jimmy thought ho had
shaken the Jinx at Chicago on October
i when he won u world's series gumo
from the White Sox, U to 0.
But Jimmy's hard luck was only on a
temporary vacation that day. It came
back home on October 7 when Pat
Moran called him In to relievo Walter
Ruethcr In tho sixth Inning with Hup
Felsch on second, none out nnd thu
score 4 to !! In Cincinnati's favor.
Jimmy started off like ho had pitched
nt Chicago, (iaudll popped out, RIs
bcrg grounded out nnd then Schalk
singled und the score wus tied. It was
Ring's game, win or lose.
Ho lost und mainly becnuso tho
Reds, who had mndo four runs for tho
wobbly Ruethcr, lapsed Into their Na
tional League hahlt of forgetting how
to score when Jimmy took tho hill.
Moron's men scored less runs for
Ring In the National Lcaguo season
than for any other pitcher on tho team
who worked as much as he.
After he went Into tho box In tho
sixth game, 18 Reds went to bat
ngalnst Dick Kerr. Five of them hit
safely and one walked, But did oven
ono of them score? They did not. Even
tho great Boush hit Into a double play
with men un first and second und one
out In tho seventh.
Ring himself had a middling sort of
n chance to break up tho game when
Mortin ntlowed him to hit fur hhuselt
after Nealn and Rurlden had singled
with two out In tho eighth. But Jluiui)
Is not ii hitting pitcher.
FAMOUS MARE VOLGA IS SOLD
Futurity Winner, With Yearling Filly,
Bought by Members of Phlla-
Tho famous maro Volga, winner of
tho two divisions of tho Kentucky Fu
turity, wus sold at miction, together
with her yeurllng filly, by Leo Ax
worthy, each bringing $7,000, and go
ing to tho bid of Frank II. Kills, of
Philadelphia, who has been one of tho
members nf tho syndicate racing un
der tho namo of the Pastime Stable,
tho owners of tho maro, tho auto belli?
mndo to rlnsp tho partnership.