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JOHN U. SMYTH
716 West Madison Street
Telephone Hnymnrket 83G
Specializing in West Side Real Estate
JOCKEY HANDLES AND
RIDES HIS OWN NAGS
AMERICANS ENJOYING GOLF GAME IN CUBA
PLAY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT GUANTANAMO
Incidentally Ho Is Oldest Rider at
New Orleans Track.
Pres. and Treas.
READY& CALLAGH AN COAL CO.
133 West Washington Street
Telephone Main 4200
Branch Office and Yardt N. W. Corner 47th and Haltted Street
oa Chicago Junction Ry. Phone Yardt 167 and 168
Chas. Molitor Machinery Co.
NEW and 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
WK H- MALONI, rraeitWt
ROAD, FLUX AND LUBRICATING OILS
11 South La Salle Street CHICAGO
Car Shipment Oaly
Rogers Park 1458
AMERICAN SEWER & DRAIN CONSTRUCTION CO.
J. W. DEER, Prei . and Treat.
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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Hnvnnu Country cluh golf links. Loft to light : O. It. IMimuy, driving; Mls
Mnrlnnnn Ogllvlo of Now York; A. D. Hoylo iinil Miss Martini Kelly of Sprlna
Hold, Ohio. Uoylo nnd Plnnoy nro olllcors on tho Hrltlsh wurslilp Now Zenliuitl.
HEARTY WELCOME FOR JONES
Yale Undergraduates . Enthusiastic
Over Return of Coach Will
Assist Doctor Sharpe.
Infoi tiling tho Vulo undergraduate
body thiit T. A. I). Jones would re
turn as bend footlmll couch, tho Ynlo
"Tho university welcomes Imcl: the
creator of Ciiptnln Hindi's great 1010
teuiii and tho fntnnus Hxoter tennis of
101JI, 1011 mid 11)15 with open nrins."
Tho News, further iinulyzlng tho
"This clmugo will enuhlo Doctor
Shnrpo to focus cntlro uttenllon on
directing Ynlo's general nthletlo policy
Coach Tad Jones.
'more men eiigugod In athletics and a
pliiiv on n ti-iiin for every Yule man.'
Till uiih the oi'lgluiil conception of
Doctor Sliurpit's poiiltlou iih director."
FOOTBALL IS PAYING SPORT
Yale Treasury Enriched to Extent of
$50,000 Overhead Expenses
Fifty thousand dollars Is the amount
Yalo cleared on footlmll during Inst
Whllo tho 1019 mcutlngs with Hnr
vnrd nnd Princeton wero not highly
uuuplclous from n scoring point of
view, reports show they weru tho
hest over hold from u llnnnclnl stand
point. Tho Princeton match gue
Ynlo approxlmati'ly 501,000 nnd thu
Ilurvnrd gaino uotted nhout 30.000
for ench team.
From tho contest with Hrown Ynlo
got $0,000, nnd from other homo games
played nlmiit $!l,0)0 each, hrluglng Ihn
grand total for tho teason to .$1. '10,000.
Overhead expenses cut Into this
amount, however, to tho extent of
SORROW FOR FORMER TIGERS
Fred McMullln of White Sox and Ira
Flagstead of De'aolt Are Slated
for Utility Jobs.
Tacomn (Wash.) funs inourii the
fuet that two former Tiu'omu Tigers,
Fred McMullln nnd Iiu Plugstend, will
warm henehes In tho lilg tlmo this
year. McMullln Is ut pic-ent n mem
her of tho Whlto Sox and Flngstead
Is with tho Detroit club. Hoth nro
hinted for utility Jobs.
PREPARATIONS FOR REGATTA
Columbia Varsity Crew to Leave for
Its Quarters at Poughkeepsle
to Begin Training.
Tho Columbia varsity ctew will
leuvo for Its quartoi's ut PoiighfceepMo,
N. Y on Juno 7, t" begin piepnrntlon
for tho Intercollegiate reguttn. Com-h
Jim lllce Miys tho rciliictliin of the
eourco from four to threu miles will
not xlioiteii the training peilod of the
llltie nnd White.
Unrvurd has eight veteran players
for this year's nine.
Paul Chip Is tho latest member of
the Chip family of boxers to enter the
Reginald O. Vnntlerhllt has been re
elected president of tho American
Soon tho hlg-tline basket nnd volley
ball season will lmu to giro way to
tho dead (pilot of bascbnll, golf mid
Hob Mnrtln, It Is reported, received
51.0S0 for defeating Arthur Policy In
their recent boxing contest In St.
Training quarters for the Toronto
baseball ten in of tho luteruulloinil
leuguo have been iirruuged at Coluui
F.ddlo Shcvlln, tho Hnston boxer, ha
tnken up his duties ns Instructor of the
mnnly art among Dartmouth college
University of Pennsylvania wres.
tiers will engage Iown Suite college
mntmen In u dunl series of bouts nt
Ames, Iowa, April 2.
The Marquis of Queensberry Is In tho
bnnlcruptcy court, where the proceed
ings nro not according to the famous
rules of (its ancestor.
F. H. IJenurepnlrp. the Australian
swimming champion, defeated Nor
man Hoss of San Francisco for the
half-mile swimming rhnmploushlp at
Now tho wnmnn referee nppenrs on
:lio horizon. Wo thought that wns nno
Job that wns Immune from tho femi
nine Invasion, but It looks as If wo
didn't know our book.
A combined University of California
nnd Lelnnd Ktnnfonl soccer team will
tour Hrltlsh Columhhi next Juno, ploy
ing four games In two cities, nno In
Vlctorln and three In Vancouver.
.GIBBONS WILL TEACH BOXING
St. Paul Exponent of Manly Art Will
Establish High-Class Corre
Mlko Olbbons plans to establish a
college of boxing nt his home In St.
Paul, nnd announces that lu Is work
ing on plans for u correspondence
ichool of boxing. Mlko llgures he
can outline u high-class course at a
t.ioilest pi Ice, which will prove bene
llchil to young men mfd business men
Willi need exercise.
Usual Worry as to Who Will Pilot
Race Horses Is Eliminated With
Owner Tullet, Who Performs
That Task Himself.
An unusual Incident occurred at tho
Jefferson Park truck ut New Oilcans
tho other day when 11. '1111101 rodo
Snnday Lad to victory. Tho fact Hint
the horse won wns no feature. It Is
tho Jocky nrouud which tho Interest
"Owner 11. Tullet. Trnlnw U. Tul
let. Jockey II. Tullet."
These uru the ways that "Ikcy" Tul
let can bu addressed. Ho Is tho own
er, trainer nnd rider. Incldentntly ho
Is the oldest Jockey there. Ilu Is over
tho -10-year mark, and ho expects to
rldo for a long time to come, ho snys.
All the bills that "Ikey" has to pay
In connection with tils stable arc for
feed unil Incidentals, and be does not
have to worry as to whether tho "help"
will show up or not to perform their
Tho ustinl worry of owners us to
who will rldo their horses Is eliminat
ed with him, ns ho pilots them him
self. Ilu saves tho Jockey's fees there
by, find to Ids credit it must bo said
that ho rides ns good a raco ns many
of tho younger generation of pigskin
If "Ikey's" stnlilo Is not a success It
Is nobody's fault but his own. nnd ho
has no alibis to offer, lie seldom ac
cepts outside mounts, ns he rides for
himself tlvo or six times a week nnd
ho considers Hint u pretty good week's
work for n rider of his age. Among
his possessions now Is Frits, which
raced with much success nt the fair
grounds in his early two-j ear-old form
JSOTLS or the
Hank dowdy wants moro money to
piny with tho Hrnes.
Kid Oleason Is Imping Urban Fnher
will show a return to his 11)17 form.
Joo Judge writes that ho Is keeping
In good condition hunting in New 12ug-
Jim Thorpe, formerly of tho Hrnves,
Is still ranting that he won't play In
Jnck Coombs will get tho Detroit
pitchers In condition If any one. can
do thu Job.
Hoger Pecklnpauuh expects to be n
big factor In winning thu 100 pennant
for tho Ynnks.
The Phillies nru slated to start foi
their training ramp In Hlrniluglinm.
Ala., on March 7.
Cosy Dolan, former big leaguer, will
boss tho St. Joseph club of the West
ern league this year.
Miller Ilugclns. malinger of tho
Yankees, h opposed to legislation do
ing uwuy with freak delherles.
Tex Westei7.ll, third hnseiunn, will
bo Held captain of tho lll'JO Pni'tlnnd
Heavers In thu Paclllc Coast league.
Tho Ynnks are still scouring tho
majors for u slugging outfielder. They
havo only two now In Until mid Lewis.
ICd die Clcotto will be the mainstay
of the White Sox pitchers ngaln this
seuson, In tho opinion of Kid Ulcnson.
The Ynnkees have such n big squad
of pitchers (hut Miller liugglns could
lose u fuw of them and nocr nntlcu
New York fans would bo tickled
If McGraw landed Hoger Mornsby to
play third liasu instead of llelnlu X.liu-
Tho Industrial leagues prnmlso to
mnku It hard for thu minors to grab
plnyers up to thu stnmlard of other
Mlko Mennsky Is figuring on hav
ing u big year with tint Iteil Sox, Mlko
didn't do so ery had with thu Mick
Charley Itlsborg'n reported decision
to retire from hm-obuM for the n-tau-rant
busnes Is not being inlveii se
riously In Chicago.
Tho success of Uhle. tho Clewlund
sand lot pitcher, has led Trls Speaker
to look for uioro talent In tho Cleve
land semi-pro ranks,
Benny Kuitlf, of tho (limits, snys ho
Is going to turn boxing manager.
That Is mi easier way to get money
than by playing ball.
Tho 1020 chnmplonshlp campaign In
the Pacific Coast league will get un
der wny on April 0 nnd will continue
for 28 weeks, closing close to Novem
Tho Syracuse club of I lie Interna
tlonnl league has signed the vetornn
Ambrne MiCounell, who managed Pe
tersburg In tuti Virginia leuguo last
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Oil SlllldllVA till Hllirtu ti-ntnu nt
thu lleet baseball pennant nt tho United Stntes recreation ground, Gunn
tnnntno Hay. Cuba, whero seven bnscbnll diamonds linvo been laid out.
Thcrw are nlso many Holds prepared for other sports. Tho photograph
shows n member of the battleship Pennsylvania's teum opposing a strong
U. S. S. Arizona pitcher.
United States Golf association Is
composed of -103 clubs.
Aunnpolls cadets will stnrt the base
ball season April it with Princeton.
There has been a lull In the bidding
for tho Deinpsoy-Cnrpentior light of
The International Hnseball league
ulll open April 21 and cloo Septem
Tho Wisconsin A. A. has been Incor
porated to hold boxing bouts In Mil
waukee. Los Angeles wants the 1021 national
Amateur Athletic union track and field
Hnrvnrd'8 first call for track nth
lotos brought out 1J10 varsity nnd
freshmen a few days ngo.
The Panther, thoroughbred stallion,
was sold recently In Hnglnnd tn mi
Argentine sportsman for about $100.
000. Mrs. A. n. Hoberts of Knnsns City
Is lending tho field of women bowlers
of Missouri with nn average of 101
University of Wisconsin footlmll
team has scheduled nniiiial amies with
Chlcngo nt Stugg Held for tho next tlvo
The sports nro sold to bo crowding
Into nnvnnn In surli numbers these
days thero 1 danger of tho Island tip
ping on nno end.
Now York light harness enthusiasts
Tvnnt a half-mile track built in Van
Cortlandt park, to replace tho Harlciv
spceedway used by autos.
Seven of the eight football games
scheduled by Ynlo will tnko plnco tn
tho bowl, tho exception being tho
Princeton contest nt Princeton.
If the reports concerning tho won
derful nthletes liulug developed by
somo of the other countries nro tnjo
Amerlcn will not hnvo a look-in at tho
FINNISH RUNNER IS PEEVED
Hannes Kolehmalnen Believes He
Can Take Measure of Fred Faller
When They Meet Again.
Hnnncs Knlehmnlnen, tho Finnish
runner In tho dim past, Is beginning
to get u llttlo poovlsh over tho recent
running of Fred Fnller. Ho believes
that ho can take thu incisure of tho
latter when they como together ngaln.
Hut that remains to bo oen. Hannes
tins had a pretty long Inning In tho
running game, nnd tho longer unyono
runs It Is n cinch that ho cannot get
better nil the time.
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HIUUINS IS MADE MARSHAL
Chicago Football Star Is Rewarded
for Exceptional Scholastic Stand
ing at University.
Tho selection of dairies Hlgglns,
captain of the 1011) University or Chi
cago football team, ns head tnnrslvil
of tho unlveislty Is announced by Pres
ident Llarry Pratt JiuNon. Tho posi-
Hon Is an honorary one mid Is award
ed for exceptional scholastic standing,
nthlotle uchloveinent nnd general serv
ice for tho university
BATTER GETS NO ADVANTAGE
Averages Will Not Climb Because of
Elimination of Spltter, Says
Hall players who llgurcd their bit
ting nverages nro going to climb be
cause of tho abolition of tho spltter
nro doomed to disappointment, chlrpi
Wndo Killefer, manager of tho Los
Angeles club. Killefer says tho player
who dopcil out a 20-poInt ndvanco on
his batting nvcrago becnuso of tho ab
sence of tho salln slnnt Is figuring
thu same wny Professor Porta did
when bo thought tho world would come
to nn end. "Hatting In the American
association did not loom up us strong
last year ns In former seasons," Kil
lefer Mild. "Without tho wet spot on
the ball tho gaino Is n better lidded
nffalr. Without errors there nre less
men to face tho pitcher and thero will
bo no moro pitchers' duels."
UNION BOAT CLUB IN HENLEY
Boston Organization Intends to Send
Another Crew for Try at Grand
The Union Hont Club of Hoston In
tends to send an elght-onred crow to
the Henley regatta next July for nn
other trlnl nt tho Grand Challenge
cup. This wns mndo known by nn
onrsni.in who lias returned from Hos
ton. It appears that tho Unions hnvo
nlrendy made arrangements for tho
crew and Hie entry will bo certified
nnd forwarded to tho Henley stewards
nt the pioper time. If tho Unions per
sist in their efforts It would not be
surprising If Unrvurd university mmle
nnntber trial to hnvo her niimo en
graved on tho famous rowing trophy.
ANOTHER BABE DISPOSED OF
Boston Red Sox Let Go of Son of
Catcher Charley Ganzel Looks
Like Real Player.
The Hoston lied So.x havo disposed
of another Hnbe. This one Is Hnlie
Giinvol. the young son of the Into Ohnr
ley Gnuel, tho cntchor. Tho young
ster has been released to tho Toronto
Internationals. Ilo can ploy first baso
or the outfield and In his workouts
lvlth tho Red Sox last year looked
lllce a teal hall player.
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