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JOHN U. SMYTH
716 West Madison Street
Telephones Hnymnrkot S3G
Specializing in West Side Real Estate
IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
BOXING TAKEN UP AS COMPETITIVE SPORT
PROPOSED TO ERECT MONUMENT TO ROAMER
Leniency Probably Recommended
by Garry Herrmann.
Fres. and Treas.
L. J. READY
WALTER M. READY
133 West Washington Street
Telephone Main 4200
Branch Office and Yrdt N. W. Corner 47th and Haltted Street
on Chicago Junction Ry. Phone Yard 167 and 168
Chas. Molitor Machinery Co.
1 (Not Inc.)
NEW mid SECOND HAND
Iron, Brass, Wood-Working and Tinners' Machinery
MACHINE TOOLS, MOTORS, DYNAMOS, Etc.
Tel. Main 4540-4548
118-124 South Clinton St., CHICAGO, ILL.
Peterson " Core Oil & Mfg. Co.
720 Stock Exchange Bldg.
Core Oil. Parting and Foundry Facings
Telephone Franklin 2763
PLUMBING and HEATING
, 554 West Jackson Boulevard
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
PHONE FRANKLIN 2960
J. E. RUSSELL
216 West Kinzie Street
POWER and HEATING PLANTS
STEAM and WATER FITTING
Phone Franklin 1661
WM. H. MALONE, Tr-lii
Telepkeae Kaadefcfc Mf
ROAD, FLUX AND LUBRICATING OILS
11 Sautk La Salle Street CHICAGO
Car ShiamU Oaly
Roger Park 14S8
AMERICAN SEWER & DRAIN CONSTRUCT! CO.
J. W. DBER, Ptm. and Tree.
Practical Sewer and Drain Contractors
Water Plant Installed and Repaired
Concrete Catch Basin Blocks and Coven
Water Meter Vaults Complete
omCB AND YARD
211 North Waihteuw Ave., CHICAGO
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Captain of Pennsylvania's Boxing Team.
Captain nclno Bourne of the University ot 1'onnsylvnnln Boxing team,
which Is meeting those colleges of tho Kiist thnt have Instituted this sport.
Pennsylvania Is one of tho llrst colleges to take up boxing as li competitive
Charles B. Cockrnn sailed without
Jack Dempsey's autograph.
England boasts -1,000 professional as
sociation football players.
Stanford university wants tho west
ern Olympic gumos tryouts.
Princeton will have 10 veteran of
tho football squad avnllublo In 1020.
Philadelphia has 1,800 soccer play
ers registered In open lenguo machos.
England's public schools and col
leges promote boxing competition
University of Minnesota has decid
ed to build a new stadium to re
place Northrup field.
Miss Alexn Stirling nnd Walter
ITagan are likely to competo In tho
British golf classics this year.
England wants catch-as-catch-cnn
wrestling added to tho Oljmplc pro
gram. The Queen's university, Kingston,
Ont., lll spend $70,000 on n new
stadium nnd hockey rink.
It make one's head dizzy these days
reading about the big amounts wanted
by performers In various lines of sport
Several of the states are engaged In
the gentle pastime of shooing the
Dempsoy-Curpentler light nwny from
Ilnllfnx Is to hold an International
exposition In 10-' I nnd, wants tho
Olympic games as an added attraction
for its success.
Mile, Suzanne I.englen and Andre
Oobert, the leading French tennis
plnyers, nro expected to visit this
country this summer and compete In
The University of ICnnsns nt Law
rence, plans to model Its new stadium
after Princeton's athletic field, Tho
new Kansas stadium Is to cost 51,-000,000.
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Erratic Giant Pitcher Restored to
Good Standing Without Punish
ment Giants Have One of
Greatest Pitching Staffs.
Phil Douglas, tho Giant pitcher,
who ran nut on the New Yoik club
while the 1010 race was tlll red hot,
has been restored to good standing by
the National Commission,
No line was lmpoed, but notice
was given that If hu ngaln leaes his
club without pennlsxloii punishment
Leniency probably was recommend
ed for the big pitcher by August
Herrmann, chairman of the commis
sion, who had Douglas on his Cin
cinnati club for several sea-ons.
In his early National league career
Douglas was a second "Kugs" Itay
mom!, and despite bis remarkable nat
ural ability, both Charley Uerzog,
manager of the Cincinnati Iteds, ami
Wllbert ltnhlnou, manager of tho
Dodgers were obliged to let the big
fellow go because he neor could be
dep( mini upon.
Three .oars ago, however, Douglas
made an honest effort, and during the
time that he played with Chicago bis
conduit was of the best. Shortly af
ter coming to New York last summer,
however, Douglas went on one of his
old rampages, lie left the Ulants la
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tho lurch In late August, Hiid the club
was obliged to suspend htm for the
Douglas came to the (Hants lnt
summer In trade for Davey Robert
son. With Doiif.las In condition and
ready to work, the (Hants will start
In the 10-0 H'ason with one of the
greatest pitching Muffs In baseball,
Including, as It does, .Iefo llarnes,
Fred Toney ami Douglas, and tho two
clover lefthander:) Art Nehf and
Itnhe llentou. Even Cincinnati's all
star pitching Mnff of Ellur, King,
Heather, Sallee. I'lslier and Luitio has
nothing on the Nee York quintet.
Douglas will report to tho San An
tonio training camp with tho other
players. Phil's desertion cost him a
month and a half of salary ami a
share of the second place money from
the world's series.
Left hauders uro nuts In the eyes
of the ball player.
Tho Ilrooklyn club has six catchers
on its roster at tho piesent time.
Jake .Miller, outfielder, has been re
leased by tho St, Louis Cardinals to
.Too Jackson was charged with rlfl
times at bat last season and bo fanned
only ten times,
All International leaguo managers
sny their circuit will bo faster tlmu
ever this season.
Jack Hendricks hopes to get Ituho
Dresselcr and Hank Schrelber for his
Connie Mack plans to build a pitch
ing stnff around Scott Perry, Jlng
Johnson and Naylor.
Pitcher Guy Hoffman, with St. Jo
seph most of Inst season, will bo hack
with Kansas City this year.
Tho fans of ISoston took tho loss of
Babo Ruth a great deal easier thau
It was thought they would.
Several of tho Cincinnati Reds aro
still unsigned, but there are a few
contracts In Garry Herrmann's safe,
Bobby Qulnn ot tho Browns, who
does nil their trading, Is In tho field
for an outfielder nnd third baseman.
Herman Bronklc, utility man, has
been released by tho St. Louis Amer
icans to the Indianapolis A. A. club.
Jim Vaughn Is ano ot baseball's
wanderers. He played In seven dif
ferent leagues before landing with the
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Ronmer, One of Greatest Race Horses In History of Turf.
Ronnicr was known to every follower of the sport throughout tho world
nnd In 1018 nt Saratogn broke tho world's record established 117 years before by
tho famed Snlvalor.
Ronmer was owned by Andrew Miller, n noted figure on tho turf, nnd
publisher, and It Is a strange coinrldcnco that n few hours after Miller's
death December Hist Ronmer broke u leg and had to bo shot. It Is pro
posed to erect a monument nt Red Hank, N J., to the great turf Idol.
The Indiana University A. A. cleared
$22,500 on football last season.
Princeton University athletes will
engngo In seven Indoor track meets.
Princeton will have sixteen veterans
of tho football squad available In 1020.
Ynlo swimmers have reigned su
premo In collegiate circles tho lust ten
Racing may bo resumed In Canada
next spring. Present plans Includo 8-1
New York university has dropped
wrestling as nn Intercollegiate sport
for tho season.
Queen's university, Kingston, Ont.,
will spend $70,000 on n new stadium
nnd hockey srlnk.
New York Stnto American Legion
has applied for admission Into tho Am
ateur Athletic union.
The decathlon and tho 50-pound
weight tlirow hnve been dropped from
the Olympic game..
Amateur sports aro booming In Swe
den, whllo professional sports aro
ftlvcn little encouragement.
Hcgcwlsch, 111., Is out. Battling
Nelson Is to leave tho old town flat
and mako his future homo In Cali
fornia. Jnck Dcmpsey has been denied n
hearing by tho American Legion In
connection with Ids exemption during
Pal Mooro Is for n busy campaign
and hopes to make $50,000 In the next
few months by plying his trndo In
Tho professional hllllnrd champion
ship of England will start April C In
London. Melbourne Inman, holder of
tho title, will not compete.
Tho management of tho University
of California baseball team has accept
ed June 2 to 0 iih dates for gnmes
with Harvard at Cambridge.
Oxford nnd Cambridge may send rep
resentntlvcs to tho University of
Pennsylvania relay carnival to tnko
)luco nt Franklin field, Philadelphia,
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