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HARD LUCK MARK IS
HELD BY LOUISVILLE
Lost Twenty-Six Consecutive
Games in Old A. A. Circuit.
No League Club Has Ever Suffered
So' Many Reverses In a Row
American League Record Es
tablished by Boston.
A lmsclmll world's roenid was Imnjr
up .Tunc 22, 1SSI). which 1ms never
since lieen equaled, or HiirpusMed.
Moreover, no club In any leiitiuu en
tertains nny ambition to break tliN
record. On the dnte nientlonvd tin
Louisville cluli of the old American as
sedation lost Its vonty-nlxth coimec-it
live Riunc. No league cluli hns ever
suffered so many reverses In a row.
The following year, 1S00, the. Pitts
burgh Pirates wore apparently Intent
upon smashing the Loulsvlllo record,
but they fell short by threo games,
lhslng twenty-three games In succes
sion. Although Xlmlch's men failed
to deprive Louisville of Its dubious
record, they did succeed In setting up
n Knllonnl league record. Tho. Ameri
can league record for straight defeats
was established In 1000, when the
Boston Red Sox, under the manage
ment of .Tames ,T. Collins, were van
quished In twenty straight games.
Tho old American association, In
which Loulsvlllo set up n hard luck
record tliat has endured for nearly
thirty years, was classed as n. major
league. In tho following year, how
ever, It wan another story, and the
team that hod tasted so much de
cent In such big bunches captured tlie
pennant In 1890. Cincinnati wns tho
first champion of the old association
TTlie following year the Philadelphia
Athletics were victorious and the
TCcw York Metropolians annexed the
flog in 1881, and played Providence,
tho National league winners. In tho
first series for the professional
world's championship, tmt -wore de
mented by the Ithnde Island club In
three straight games.
St Louis then toot four straight
pennants In the American associa
tion. Brooklyn led In tlint circuit In
18S9, losing to New York In the con
test for tho wood's Hag. Brooklyn
went into tho National league In 1800.
and plnyed Louisville, the American
association champion, In the world's
scries, each club winning threo games,
when tho series was stopped by cold
weather. Boston captured the last
pennnnt of the old A. A. In 1801, but
no world's series was played that
RECORD HELD BY CLEVELAND
Only Tern In American League to
Escape Hltless Pitching of Bos
ton Red Sox Hurlers.
Slnco tho American league Included
Boston In lis membership every other
club In the league except Cleveland
.has been held hltless by n lied Sox
Dutch Leonard's performance on
Juno A was tho eighth hltless gomo
pitched by n Boston American league
'boxnmn. Bade In 1004 Cy Young
set down the Athletics without n safe
hit, and In tho name ytavr Jesse Tan
uehlll repeated ugnlnrt tho White
Sox. Bill Dlneen got ii no-hlt deci
sion over tho White Sox tho follow
In 100S Cy Young blnnked tho Yan
kees' batsmen for nine Innings and
In 1011 Joe Wood Joined tho clrelo
with a no-hit game against tho
George Foster set tho Yanks down
hltless in 1010, Ernie Shore turned tho
trick against the Senators last sua
fcon, iiml now Leonard adds the Tigers
to the list.
PITCHER BAUMQARDNER IN
MISSISSIPPI ARMY CAMP.
George Bauuigariluer, formerly a
pitcher with tho St. Louis Browns,
has been heard from. lie Is hi the
urmy at Camp Shelby, Mlbs., and tho
other day, pitching for his army team
against Spring Hill College at Mobile,
he shut out tho collegians with four
Coach Sharpe at Camp Merrltt.
Dr. Albert SJiarpe, Cornell's huso
ball and football coach, recently as
sumed hlu new dutlea as nMiletle di
rector ut Camp Meriilt, Teniitly, N. 3
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MUNITION QIRLS PLAYING QOLP AFTER HOURS.
Word comes from England that munition manufacturing linns which pro
mote games among their employees will be repaid out of the excess protlts
tax for all money so spent, under tho order of the health and welfare depart
ment of the ministry of munitions.
Rxperlence has shown that the output of munitions Is best at factories
where games aro played freely by the workers during the spare hours each
day. Thousands of women and girls In munition works have taken up various
kinds of sports, such ns golf, soccer football nnd lawn tenuis, and the com
petition has been keen.
FULT2 OET8 COMMISSION
AS A PHYSICAL DIRECTOR.
David L. Fultz, president of the
Baseball Players' Fraternity, has been
appointed physical director and ath
letic Instructor to the United Stutcs
aviation corps with the rank of JJrst
lieutenant. He has been ordered to
report at Mlueola, L. I.
PLAYER IS TAQQED OUT
WHEN CAN'T FIND PLATE.
Did you ever hear of u ball
player being put out because ho
could not find Ms way to the
homo pluto? Well, it happened
recently In n game on the White
lot In the Navy Iuterbureau
league. Snyder, one of tho out
fielders of tho Marino team,
plnys with glasses all tho time,
and he cannot mh much without
them. In a giinui eirly this week
he drove a liner fir to the out
Held. Ho had rouuiled third base
In making thu circuit, and about
half way homo sllnped and fell.
Ills glasses dropped off, and
when ho got up ho could not llnd
tho bomewhnt dust covered homo
plate. While ho was groping
around In nu attempt to locate
his destination the ball was re
layed homo and ho wus tagged
BIG LEAGUE STABS IN NAVY
Cleveland Indians Bump Up Against
Surprise In Playing Exhibition
Game at Newport.
Tho Cleveland Indians recently
wont to Newport, It. I., to play an ex
hibition gnmo against n navy team.
When they got there they were rath
er surprised to find that tho snllors
Included practically a wholo team of
former major leaguers, Including Toots
Scliultss ns n pitcher and Powell, Rehg
nnd Kelly, all formerly of tho Boston
Braves, ns tho outfield. Bunny Fab
rlquo was on short for tho naval lino.
The Indlnns lost to this hunch 3 to 2.
Vacant Outfield Job.
Davo ItnhcrtMin having refused Man-
Igor McOiiiw'h offer, tho outfielder
b ivido vacant by Knuff going In
nny lies between Thorpe and
1 ailllHiiiliH "
BATS IN SEVEN RUNS
"Tho most pecullnr happening
In bnsehnll during my career
took place when I was with tho
St. Louis Feds," said Bob Groom.
"In n gnmo at Pittsburgh, we
had the bases tilled and Larue
Klrby came to bat. Ho hit for
a home run, his hit accounting
for four runs. Then the Pitts
burgh management discovered
that according to the score enrd
Delos Drake should have hit
ahead of Klrby. The umpire
ruled Drake out for not having
batted and allowed Klrby to hit
over again. This time he tripled,
driving In three runs, a total of
seven runs In one time nt bat."
POPULAR GAMES IN ENGLAND
Yankee Stars Create Enthusiasm for
Baseball and Other Sports Talk
of World Serlei.
American athletes reign supremo In
old England. Scores of baseball play
ers, who recently cavorted around tho
diamond In tho good old U. S. A., hnvo
arrived In London. Clever pugilists
also aro urrlvlng with tho Yankee
troopers. Virtually every realm of
spoit Is represented in tho thousands
of American soldiers nnd snllors who
reach England before they are sent
to tho trenches of Franco or to Undo
Sam's fleet In foreign waters. After
four years of hard lighting, tho ranks
of British sportsmen have been
thinned to iilurmlng proportions by tho
loss of hundreds of crack athletes,
now resting In heroes' graves, and
enthusiasm was on the wane until
tho Americans put fresh life Into every
Indoor and outdoor sport. The organ
ization of the Anglo-American Base
ball league has laid the foundation for
baseball and tho games In London
hnvo been largely attended. So much
enthusiasm has been created thnt
thero is talk for a real International
world series with contestants from
America, England, Franco nnd Can
ada. BALL GAME GAINS FOOTHOLD
Five Leagues Now Operating In France
5,000 Americans Playing Be-
hind Firing Lines.
Bnseboll In tho American army In
Franco gradually is becoming organ
ized. Five leagues or sections lmvo
been formed. Tho six teams of each
ficctlon will play n short season, with
tho winners of.tho sections meeting Jut
or In tho year.
Besides theso organized teams, thero
aro hundreds of others that aro not or
ganized. It Is estimated that, all told,
nearly fi.000 American lighting men aro
playing tho national game behind tho
Will Join Army.
Charles Young, veteran pitcher, who
was with I.lttlo llnck and who had
planned to go to tho Newark team In
tho International league, goes Into tho
tinny distend. Ho got woid from his
draft board at Ocean City, N. J., on
July S thnt his number had been
reached In tho draft. Young is mar
ried, but did not claim exemption on
Al Orth Going Overseas.
AI Orth, former American league
pitcher and umplro bus been uceepted
tentatively by tho Young Men's Chris
tian association for work with tho
American army In Franco as nu utb
1 tie director.
Games of White Sox and Cubs.
Chicago nt Detroit, May 2, 3, -1, C.
Cleveland nt Chicago May C, 7, S.
Chicago nt Cleveland, Mny 12.
Chlcngo at Philadelphia, Mny 10,"
11, 13, 11.
Chicago at Washington, May lfj,
10, 17, IS.
Chicago at. New York, Mny 20, 21,
Chicago nt Boston, May 21, 2C, 27,
Chicago at Cleveland," May 30, 30, 31.
Now York at Chicago, Juno 1, 2,
Philadelphia nt Chicago, Juno 5,
C, "7, S, 0.
Boston nt Chicago, Juno 10, 11, 12,
Washington at Chlcngo, Juno II, 15,
Cleveland at Chicago, Juno 19, 20,
21, 22, 23.
Chicago nt Detroit, Juno 21, 25, 20,
St. Louis nt Chicago, Juno 28, 29,
30, July 1.
Detroit at Chicago, July 2, 3, 4, 4.
Chlcngo at Now York, July C, S, 9,
Chicago at Boston, July 11, 12, 13,
Chicago at Philadelphia, July 1C, 17,
Chicago r.t Washington, July 19,
20, 22, 23.
Boston at Chicago, July 25, 20, 27,
Washington at Chicago, July 29,
30, 31, August 1.
Philadelphia at Chlengo, August 2,
3, 4, 5.
Now York at Chlcngo, August C,
Chicago nt Cleveland, August 9, 10,
Chicago at Boston, August 14, 15,
Chicago at Now York, August 17,
Chicago nt Philadelphia, August 21,
on no oj
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Chicago at Washington, August 20,
Clovclnnd nt Chicago, August 31,
Chicago at Detroit, September 2,
Chicago at St. Louis, Scptombcr 4,
St. Louis at Chicago, September 7,
Detroit at Chicago, September 10,
Now York nt Chicago, Soptcmbor
14. 15, 10. 17.
Philadelphia at Chicago, Scptombcr
Boston at Chicago, September 22,
Washington at Chicago, September
20, 27, 2S.
Cleveland at Chicago, September 29
Chicago at St. Louis, October 3, 5, C
Cincinnati at Chicago, May 2, 3, 4.
St. Louis at Chicago, May 5.
Chicago at Pittsburgh. May 7. 8. 9
Boston at Chicago, May 11, 12, 13,
Philadelphia at Chlcngo, May 15
1C. 17. 18. 19.
Brooklyn at Chicago, May 20, 21, 22,
Now York at Chicago, May 24, 25,
Cincinnati at Chicago, May 28, 29,
Chicago at Boston, Juno 1, 3, 4, 5,
Chicago at Philadelphia, Juno C, 7,
Chicago at Now York, Juno 11, 12,
Chlcngo at Brooklyn, Juno 15, 17, IS,
Chicago at Pittsburgh, Juno 19, 20,
St. Louis at Chicago, Juno 23, 24,
Chicago at Cincinnati, Juno 27, 28,
Chicago at St. Louis, July 2, 3, 4,
Now York at Chicago, July C, 7,
Boston at Chlcngo, July 10, 11, 12,
Philadelphia nt Chicago, July 11,
15, lli, 17.
Brooklyn at Chicago, July 18, 19,
Chicago at Philadelphia, July 24, 25,
Chicago at Boston, July 27, 29, 30,
Chicago at Now York, August 1, 2,
Chicago at Brooklyn, August C, 7,
Chicago at Pittsburgh, August 10.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, August 11,
12, 13, 14.
Philadelphia nt Chicago, August 10,
Boston at Chicago, August 18, 19, 20.
Now York at Chicago, August 21,
Brooklyn at Chicago, August 21,
Cincinnati at Chicago, August 28,
29, 30, 31.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, September 1.
Chicago at Pittsburgh, Septombor
2, 2, 3.
St. Louis at Chicago, Soptembcr 4,5.
Chicago at St, Louis, Soptombor
Chicago at Cincinnati, Soptombor 9
Chicago at Philadelphia, Septombor
14, 10, 17.
Chicago at Boston, September 18,
Chicago at Now York, Septombor
21, 23, 24.
Chicago at Brooklyn, Soptombor 25,
2C, 27, 28.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, Octobor
OUR LEADING CLUBS
Moulders of Public Opinion and
Assembling Places for Citi
zens in This City.
Following ate the locations of tk
.ding self-iustalnlng clubs of Ck
Apollo Club, 202 S. Michigan -.
Bohemia Club 3C59 Douglas boule
vard. Balldert', 412-418 Chamber of Cuav
Calumet, Michigan ave. and 20th at
Caxton, Tenth floor, Fine Art bids.
Chicago Athletic Association, It ft
Chicago Architectural, Art Insti
tute. Chicago Automobile, 121 Plrmoutti
Chicago Club, Michigan are. aat
Van Buren street.
Chicago Motor Club, 1260 South
Chicago Cycling, 161E, 17 But Tu
Chicago Yacht, foot of Monro n.
City Club, 315 Plymouth court
Cliff Dwellers, .16.8. Michigan av.
Colonial Club of Chicago, 4441
Columbia Tacht, foot of Randolph
Elks 174 West Washington strcoi.
Englewood. 6S23 Harvard avenue.
Bdgewater Country, 1618 Wlnthrop
Farragut Tacht Club, foot of lid t
Oermanla Maennerchor, 101 flenaa
Hamilton, 20 a. Dearborn at
Illinois Athletic, ill s. Mlohtgaa
Irish Fellowship Club, La Salha ft
Iroquois, 20 North Dearborn stroot.
Illinois. 113 a. Ashland bouUvat.
Jefferson, nnnrhnm in mtA u..l.
Kenwood, Lake ave, and 47th at
Kenwood Couatry, Drexel boat
vard and 48th street
Mid-Day, First National Bank bids.
Oaks, Lake at and Waller ave.
Press Club of Chicago, City Hall
Quadrangle, Lexington avenue aae
Rotary, 38 South Dearborn at
Saddle and Cycle, Sheridan Read
and Foster avenue.
South Shore Country, lake ehere
and 67th street
Southern, 16 N. Dearborn street
Speedway Park Club, 140 8. Dear
Standard, Michigan ave. and I4eh
Swedish Club of Chicago, 111! La
Twentieth Century, 1246 Mlohtgaa
Union League, Jackson boulevard
and Federal street
University, Michigan avenue aaa
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spirit In Thiotor letievtlt. Hs
Mi do thi sine thill f yu. ftr
S5.H ii Moith. Din't iiy 3SI.M
w K trulmrats whin you iia
let 12 months' tnlnlnr for $11.11
mi eome is often it yei like.
Profeiior Dwyer says: "I'll make
your brain wirk fatter and pro
duce more thin it ever did before.
I make you feel physically fit.
I II create mere energy, vitality and
stamina in that body of yours thai
you ever dreamed of hiviig, and
al because I will keep your mu
llet, vital organs and blood in mh
"AIM atk of you it to iivettliato
my training quarters before Mist
ily others. Come ip ud ttte a
free trial treatment You will ka
mediately be convinced that bete
the finest training quarters In the
Jily. I give my personal attM
iontoeMhene. Ml my work la
individual. Three (nttmeters m
the floor it ill limes."
PROF. M. J. DWYER
19h Floor, Continental ,
Commercial Band Bltfa,
206 So. La Sal la Street
Prtone Wabash 7138
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