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SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWb
P0U9GS OF -THE WAN LOOKS
That's So, Changing the Tune Might Help Some
By F, LEIPZIG ER
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" n, .A? SM4E TUNE AC-A.N
SOON TO START
Cubs Will Be First of Major Leag
uers To Head Southward
III.. Jiin. 31. -if
an ii-.l tint tin C'liii ;t;
hatch of th-lll. Will
hagucis to make
!ln f' I ii u.ur training camn.
Will Kit i'llo COHllitii.il 'It
..ms iii'i' laiiuu tail i:n c nicago u'is
Tli' I'ul's w
TaiiM, aii.l Manager livers announces
ho will pilot :i s.piad of rookie.- out of
Chli;.. iii xt I'riilay. '1 ho regulai s
will il. ;k,ii for tin- south ten days l.f
.r. Th. ''iil's arc play many e x
hli'ilii.ii uanii'M on tli training trip,
t i ; in a series of six battles
vtth t'i i nic MacWs world's t han.-I'Xll.-:
Tlirei of (he gaillc-H will
ll.i.M' l i:i Tampa ami three in Jacksoii-
Th.' While S"X s.pi.i.l will leae this
UK ..r Pas. i Cobles, ' 'al., op t ho llillt
"I I'i'l'. "Khl" Cleason will have
tlie Sox until the arrival ol
'allalian. who Is now with
ti. tiring hall players.
ale the training ianip
'l'"'H l.y the major leagues for tlrs
si'iiM.n i.n.l i lie dates designated for
Hi'' Marl if any have been:
'hi. - Tampa. IV'.). C.
New York -Marlir, Texas. Mareli 1.
'iiK Minati -Mobile, Ala
I'iUsaui-iw.st iJa-kn. Manli 7;
H"t S,n iims, .March 1 1
HinnKlyn- Aii-usta, I1. -JO.
I'hilaii. Iphi i-Vilmiii!;ton, .. ( .,
h'.sl .. Mac. m, ( Jtl. i
Sl- I. m: .s St. An-jpi.- line. I II.. I-Vb.
RED SOX TRYING TO
FOLLOW MACK'S LEAD.
MAN WILL TRY TO
BEAT MISS PITONOF
IN ENDURANCE SWIM.
PI il a
Iplda - .IiicK.invillo. 1'la.
I'aso Tlobles, ( 'al., I 'eb
in. I - Mheiis. la.
i-ti.M fharlottesville, Va.
i Hut Sprint:!, Ark.. I'eb. 1.
I 'iulliH.it. :,.-s I'eb.
"lis St. IVteisbiiiK. l-'la., I 1
New oi l, lli.uslon. Texas.
YALE TO USE NEW STROKE.
N,'W llaen, (Villi., ,.in. I'l.-The
Hp l,e w n, lyvil V ,,1( Vi(,
r''"s ""s si.as ai eui-diiu; lo a state-
H'lll l.y fi.pt, hetieKi-c.-. of the lllllvel-
-lii. xx ill not t.e the simple Hob
iii Ke i, ut some variation of It.
"'iHi"ii had not M'en detlnitely
1 .ll.l.ll. f.'l 1(1 I )I1ML' in v:iid noil
v""l'l ii.t be until after it ei.nferciue
"r "mi li. s i.1,,1 himself. l. Y. Arm-"'y-i.
-radium roxyliiK nmnjiurr. anil
1 11)1 li II. .1. f:.niiin! aio expected Ht
bet c, (jy Nlchall will not
ili'''!v" (ho Hi t of next nioiitli.
Iloston, Jiin. 31 The broiidiast chid.
IciiKt Issued by Kli I'itoiiot in In-half
of his daughter, Rose, to meet any man
or woman in the world in an endur
ance t-xvini has been accepted (by Hen
ry Klionsky of Xexv Iindon, Conn.
In the challenso, liosx-'s father stip
ulated that each contestant must put
up ."i0 or $1,oim, nothhiK less than
the former liuro Id be considered.,
and the winner of the contest to take
the entire purse. He stipulated that
the race be held early this year.
The "deli" xxheu issued was direct
ed particularly at Captain liroxxn. of
Ne-xv York, who made the ISaltery lo
Sandy Hook swim ami wan the first
man to swim the I'anama Canal; Sam
Uichaids of this city; Henry Sulli
van of Lowell; Miss Klaine (SohUiiK,
xx ho sxx.iiii through the I'anani i canal
any other distance nxximiiicr who
would put up the money.
"hctfar.llcss of the claims of any
other swimmer." said I'itonof, today.
1 am still (irmly of the opinion that
my daughter, l:.se, Is the best in tin
rid. If I did not "Vol so I would
surely not be willinw to put up $1.0U'i
in cold cash to back Itcsc, not yet out
t her 'u-ens, ai;ainst me n' swimmers,
FAME COMES TO
Many Have Risen to Exalted Po
sitions In After Life
FRANK CHANCE TO MAKE
TRADE WITH BOSTON SOX
COLLEGE BOXERS BUSY.
ft?, W7r7Ti rifcr
Association to Fnster Sport in Procesi
rhila.blphia. Jan. :U. The Culver
ity of Pennsylvania hoxini? tea'n
tleite.l otllcers last xxecU to formulate
plans aid take ai tioo toxxanl the for
mation of an Intercollegiate Itoxin
leiiue. The proi.-cted organization is
i he result of llvo yearf." elTol t by I'elin
sylxiinia boxiim: enthiisiasts lo inter
est other univofixities In the cstab
Pshniotil of iu h a league, one obsta
cle is (he popular blif that boxinii
Is danj-croiis and an iuccntixe to i?am
bliilK. It Is believed, however, that the
pn-sent cflorl will Kiiccccd, and that
boviiiR xx ill be taken up us un intercol
If -i leuKuc is' formed the Amateur
Athletic Association n-ixhe rules will be
amendcil to serve- as Ihe leasue code.
The projected regulations -; 1 1 for a
reKulailon costume and eiyjit ounce
Kloxes. Other rubs will provide for
ll-.rce ri unds in all competitions; an
interval of one minute betxxcen
rounds; each competitor to be assist
ed by one second, wh- shall b an nr.
derxraduate In Kod MandiiiK: u
coiichins duriiiK the prouress of a bout.
No student under eit-htccii years vt
ao xx ill be alloxvcd to compete.
McGOORTY AFTER CARPENTIER.
Oshkosh Scrapper Said to B Headed
Tnw?rcl3 F- ance.
' 1'aris, Jan. HI. l'i;ht fans ex--t
I.ddie .Mc-Mooity to t lien fi'o'U
Australia as fast its itciini can briir
him to close arranuemc-nts foi a bout
with Cieorse Carpcnticr for the lislit
heavy xvelKht chamiiioiiship and. a
purse of $H,(MiO.
Rcnwinberln the trimminf,' .Mo
loorty pave Dave Smith, tho AuKtra
lian chiiini i n. xvhom he put int ) th.
also nm c lass xvith a Kln.;h . punch.
c-ritlcH here bclievo Mctloorty should
Rive the frenchman t .1 battle of hie
With a victory over Carpciiticr. Mr-c-Goi
ty would be able to corral l.oodh h
f coin from latc-l ;Uhtn in KnKh.ml
WANTS TO BE AN AMERICAN.
New York. Jan. .H.-So that he may
fiKl.l as an American and eventually
becMine the champion heavy weight of
the country, .lames Jon-ph CofiVy, of
Ireland applied for citizenship paper
He stands x led thrc
Aiuii ion Loiinds whh'h
... i. ..ii.. i.,o und xlnexx. He Is
pi irn ifno in
J I .x:ll s old Jilnl came l lhi.-i
a boil l the years aK'o.
. Inches and
1st made up
l Ollldl ?
Sjw York, Jan. 21. That college
football xvith its rigorous training, nec
essity for Felt control und ability to
surmount repeated setbacks on th-
part of its players, is particularly lit -ting
fur a successful political c-aree"
later in life would appear to be indi
cated by the number of famous play
ers who have achieved positions of
prominence in both state diid nation.
Th-.-re is seldom an election of import
ance in xxliich some football player l.s
nut elevated to public life by- the vot
ers of one or another political parly.
These former knights of tho gridiron
ale sell a led .r appointed to all man
ner of political positions and almost
without exception discharge the- 1 utles
of their olhces in an extremely satis
The recent election of lilalr l.c-e as
l'nite'd State's senator ti'o;n Maryland
ret ii lis to mind the long list (.f former
players who have won public recogni
tion of similar nature. I.ee. xvho xxas a
famous "forward" at ITinceton in the
late seventies, playing the position of
"next -to-eml" now known as tackle,
follaxved the footsteps of many other
Priiieeton, Harvard and Yale players.
Some of the Notables.
Hubert Macon, late Atphassador to
Train e. was an old Harvard captain
and half-back; James S. Harlan of the
Cnitet! States Interstate Commerce
Commission Is an old Prince-ton for
ward. I.ee McClung. late treasurer of
the Cnitcil States, a lornier captain
ami half-ba-k at Yale; William II.
Lewis, lefcutly Assistant Attorney
(lent-ral of the I'nitcd States, an oi l
Harvard tenter; S. II. TVmpsoii. the
present first Assistant Attorney Hen
era I iX the Cnittil States, ami Williim
V. Koper, the; present surveyor of tin;
fort of Philadelphia, both Princeton
ends- ex-C nigressiiiaii Lucius N". LU
taiicr, a linesman for tin Crimson;
tlin'ord X. Pincliot, late Chief Forester,
once ;c varsity man ut Yale, and his
successor, the present incumbent at
Washington. Chie f l-'orcstc-r Harmon S.
iSiiixt-s, a former bat;k fur the blue.
The lite (Sovernor William L'. Husscll
of .Massachusetts xxas a half-back at
Harvard. (Sovernor (5e-oige I. ( artc-r
of Hawaii, once a guard at Yale; Lve-
rctl J. Lakt, the great Harvard half-
hack, Lieutenant (Sivernor eif Connec
ticut, ami the famous W. 11. Corbin,
atlncllonately knoxxn as "Pa, the
preuent ('ommlssloner of Taxes for
Connei-ticiil, once a center for Yale.
John C. llulL tho "great Pennsylvania
liall-back. Is Attorney f.ciicral ot the
state of Pennsylvania.
Others Who Make Good.
In the Connecticut senate recently
sat Frank S. I bittcrxv u th, lales fa
mous lull-hack of twenty years ago.
Down In Delaware Is Justice Marvel
of the Supreme Court tint! out e Sec
retary of Slate, an old Prince-Ion cap
tain ami forward, ami In the office of
the Attorney Ueneral e.f Maryland sits
celebrated Kdg'ir Allan Poe of Prince
ton. In the office of the Chief Justice
f New Jersey h William S. liuni
more, another old Princeton captain,
in Pennsylvania's 20th Judicial District
Is another Princeton player. Judge .1.
M. Woods, (leorge W. Woodruff, an
x-judge of the United States Circuit
(Vr.rt, xxas once a celebrated guard at
Vaie, and still more famous as a coach
at Pennsylvania,, inventor of the tuir-ter-back
kick, guards-back and a host
of other foollmll maneuvers. A recent
reform Mnyor of llarrilunf whs
Vnnve MeiVrmlek. the old V.ih quarter-back.
A late assistant Police Com
missioner in Nexx Ye lk xxas'llert Han
on, the old Yale guard, and there Is
"Lii? Hill" Kd wards, an old Princeton
captain, late New York Street Cleaning
Commissioner, now In harge of a sim
ilar department nt Newark, N. J.
Chutles D. Daly, (tie Armv's suciessful
roach last fall, has recently left the
otf.ee of l ire Commissioner of Hos
leu to npuiii the Army ami tin lei
uiUht bo continued Indefinitely.
New York, Jan. 31. As a result of a
recent conference betxvecii President
Frank Parrel I of the New York Am
ericans and President Joseph J. Lannin
e f the Loston Hetl Sox, the New York
dub is likely to get two inure players
from the poston team before the sea
son opens. It xxas said today. Manager
Chance Is anxious Ch inee is anxious to
get inlieh'ers and pitchers, and as P.os
toii is well supplied In both depart
ments, the locals hope to benefit by a
ileal with the Hetl Sox. '
The Federal league raid on tin Yan
kees, xvihcli has laker. King Cole, Zei
cler and Ford, and threatens to th"
ntlve the club of Sweeney and Cree.
has left gaps In .the line-up xx Hi h on
ly some th ai can lill.
SEEK EH LER'S REMOVAL.
Wisconsin Students Take Public
Stand In Opposition.
Madison. Wis., Jan. I I. The cftVi L-
of students who ale untrieutlly to the
conduct fif Dr. W. (1. Khler assumed
greater activity yesterday than ever.
since llrst rumors of a petit Inn to oust
him were circulated. The petitions
were circulated by ten students. They
lead as folloxxs:
"Whereas, the situation xvith regard
to the department e.f physical educa
tion of the university has become al
most unbearable because the muinan
igemer.t. Inefficiency, inexperience,
l ick e;f tact, etjuix tit at ion and disloy
alty ti coaches ,,f athletic teams and
to Instructors of the department on Ibex
part of I he ilii ivtor, and
"Whereas, the; sentiment of the stu
dent body in regard to the matter is
.strongly favorable to the cause of (In
coaches and the nisi nu tu s, in opposi
tion to the decision of the director and
the athletics council on millers relat
ing to athletic teams.
"We. the undersigned students of the
Fniversity of Wisconsin, sincerely
petition your honorable hotly for an
early anl thorough Investigation of thr
tonditioiis xvith a view toward rectify
ing them by drastic ind jniuiedial .
The management of the Huston 11
Sox is following in th - wake of Co
nie Mack. They have seen how suc-ces-iful
the Athletic leader has been
xxilli young players just out of college,
so they are taking a shot at several
of this class of players. list season,
Harold Janvrin, who was one of tin
stars of a Huston high school, mad'
good with the PM- champions. lb
Played sevcial positions on the in-j
held, and, considering what a small i
amount of major league experience htj
i, ,a i,.. a i.n , ..a ii... , io
shape, lie did most of his work "tjjj
shortstop at tne time Jieinie Wagner
xxas not In tin game. At llrst base
Janvrin did not show up so xvell. IP
apcareil. to be nervous when playing
fust, but when shifted to short he
came to himself The icason xxas prob
ably not the fact that he xxas nervous,
but (hit he is simply a better man at
shortstop than ho is at first and real
The latest actpiisit ion to the lied Sox
from scholastic ranks is a youth
the mi nit of Domini' Mulrcnan.
made a lino record lasi spring in
baseball sphere as it pitch' r. Hi
a i ight-haiider aivl is said to be
extremely linished performer for
sc hool boy.
The fans thought the federal eagtl
xxas it regular league until it copped a
p'ayt-r from tin Huston Craves. Now
it xxoiihl not surpiise them to hear
the F.-ds xveie railing the Si. I.uis
i-P.ro xv ns.
II. Rowland, a. buice-r iri
gin territory, has disposed
rests in tin DubuiUe club
T. J'lass and Pitcher H'.y
The new owners
lit s-1 j.ea.soli.
were- x. ilb
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informed to the best interest
of the Gopper Gountry and all
LOSS IS SLIGHT.
Tener Says Less Than Ten Per Cent
of Stirs Have Deserted.
Philadelphia, Jan. 31. "There is not
the room for dissc nsleui or discord In
the panic that there was in lMio." (inv
entor Teller said here last night at a
dinner given at the Pen and Pencil
t tiP in recognition of his election to
the- presidency of the National League
e.f Case-ball flubs.
"In the present so-called war." he
raid, 'less than 10 per cent of the real
experts have le-fl theil respective
clubs, while in lV.io "i per cent of the
"Any man or set of nu n run go into
baseball, but It Is unfaii to spread re
ports of dissatisfaction t r slave-driving.
' These men xvhc are e;pposing or-
jgani.cd baseball should be honest
et'tuigh lo admit that they are In th-
game for the money and should not
spread improper repot ts concerning
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Something for Everyone in the Home
Ned Snow Was Holder of
Ann Arbor. .Mich., Jan. I'L In the
passing of Neil W. Snow, of Detroit,
the Fniversity of Mb higau.has suffer
ed i keen loss.
Neil Snoxv held a uni'iue record In
the history e.f college athletics, and es
pecially Michigan athletics. A great
football players, a meat baseball
player, and a great tr.uk athlete, he
won more varsity Insignia than any
othtr .Michigan man. Twelve "M's," the
highest possible number, xvouhl have
been his. but for one reason in track
xveirk when he cojld nl compete. His
ittn'nment of winning eleven letters
tan vexer be etjualcsl. .win-: lo th? dif
ferent eligibility in leu how In force.
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