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o ATHLETICS "AS A DUTY"
Ilrown university will continue
athletics In thu next college term
"ns n duty to her (Undents, to
herself mill to Imt country." The
uthl'-tlc season of 11)1718 result
mI In a loss of more tlnin S 10,000.
Hut It Is felt Hint this loss nnri
further losses e'nn he written off
the hooks ns Incurred In carry
ing on n course which Is not only
worth while hut essentlul.
The foothutl scitsnii will begin
on October C with n Biiine riRiilnst
Ithoife Island State. October 12
Is open. October it) Vermont
university will bo met nt Provi
dence unit Colpite on October 20.
Syracuse will be played on No
veinber 2; Kwiirtluuore, Novem
ber J): Colby, November 10, nnd
Dartmouth, November 2.1.
PROVE PATRIOTS OF
THE MAJOR LEAGUES
Captain Huston and Jim Dunn
Outrank Rival Magnates.
Owner of New York Yankees Was
First Man Financially Interested
In Game to Enlist Cleveland
Gates Ordered Closed.
When the hiisehnll history of the
stirring times of wur Is written two
mimes will stand nut above nil others
In the imif'uiite end of the gnme ns
buttiiiK 1.000 per cent patriotism.
They will be the names of dipt.
T. I,. Huston, half owner of thu New
York Ynnkees, mid .Urn Putin, own
it of the Cleveland Indliins.
Captain Huston wus the first man
lluuuelully Interested In baseball to
enlist In his country's service. An
Capt. T. t. Huston.
eiiKlnuer of grout ability rind u vet
eran of the Spanish-American wur.
Huston Joined the colors soon after
war was declared.
.Ilm Dunn was the tlrst iiiiiguntc to
order his ball park closed under
the orknrllKlit order. The day
after Secretary linker announced
that hall players must either don a
uniform or go to work In some essen
tial occupation Putin wired his busi
ness mamiKcr to close shop nnd to dis
band Hie hull club.
There wus ho quibbling on Putin's
pint. Although his club was in sec
ond place and had excellent chances
of eopplut; n pennant this year, he
"If the government needs my men
It can htivo them."
That was Dunn's philosophy.
Dunn olTered the use of his great
construction organization to tho gov
eminent early In the war.
"If they want me," he said, "I'll pi
along and run It."
The government decided that the
Dunn .construction forces would be
more use at home.
nnsebull was more or less of a
mania with Dunn. He had owned
several minor league clubs before be
decided to get Into tho mnjor pune
nnd bought (he Cleveland club. He
never got his mum-, out of tho In
vestment and never realized his am
bition of winning a. peumiut, which
to him meant u creat deal inure than
tho mere money Involved.
Hut when the time came he gnvo up
niuhltlnur Investment nnd nil.
Piiun can well be rated side by side
with Captain Huston.
HARRY HEITMAN IS IN NAVY
Rochester and Brooklyn Clubs Given
Hard Jolt When Pitcher Enlists
With the Jackles.
Not only ItoPhe-tiT of tho Interna
tional hut Hiooklyu of the National
as well, wus hit a blow when Pitch
er Harry lleltmau enlisted in the
imvy. Helliiiiiu, who wus with
Ilnchester under option from Hrook
lyn. hud been the big sensation of
the International league this year.
He was picked tip fiom a high school
team lifHrooklyn by Hbbels and later
sent to Itochester for sensonltitr. I'.o
cently Ebbets tried to uet htm back
lor the Dodgers, hut tho Itochester
club would not let him go. lie set
tled the controversy for himself by
deciding fn go to war.
Pennant for New London,
Now London won tho pennant In the
EnRtern league, which prematurely
ended Its season, with -10 games won
nnd 12 lost. Hrldgejiprt, with 14 and
k '?iim" 'a. ' I
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12, was second.
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HURLING LATEST DEVICE IN TRENCH BOMBS.
"Hill" Jiimes, foitnerly pitching for tho Hoston Hrnves, has changed his
uniform for that of t'uelo Siiiii'h crack team of seinppers.
Hu Intends to strike out every Hun who faces him and not ouo Is going
to walk except bnck to the bench at Herlln.
In this photo "Hill" is showing bis fellow troopers how to hurl tho newest
thing In bombs, and Ins unerring aim duo to his practiced e.e and arm has
placed him In advance of his brethren In arms at a training camp, where he
has boon appointed ill ill instructor.
MIKE M'NALLY NOW IN NAVY
Former Boston Red Sox Player Will
Be Perfectly Happy If He Can
Ono by ouo ball players, rec'itly
famous In the mnjor lengmw fire ap
pearing In army and navy circles. The
latest to gain notice In Kuglnnd Is Miko
McNully, former Hoston lied Sox play
er, whose speed boosted the beau ent
ers to a world's It.ig. The Ilrltlsli king
recently watched two tennis from tho
United States play a game of base
ball. One was a iin.v team ami tho
other n nine from the army. Tho sail
ors won nnd after the game tho king,
who enjoyed tho nisliae, strolled up
end cougruiututcd)4liu cupyiln of the
winning club. Tiwfnnu congratulated
proved to be MIU .McNully. Mike Is
captain of the uuv. nine. McNully
was noted foi
win a world's
on second to ru
lete. Next to w
Mike prb.es his
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and thou hu'll
his speed, and helped
-cries t game when put
for.n slow-footed nth-
tiling this great game,
iieetlug with the king.
a (iermaii suhmiirlue
perfectly happy, snys
FOUR RUNS SCORED ON I
ruun niuntu dhllo,
Chick Hanlcy, mi old-time ball
player, who I- now n cop in Phil
adelphia, limvs of 'a 'gauio in
which four miiis were scored on
four pitched halls. He played
In .the conict, which took pluco
In the New York State. league In
llll.'l, between Troy and Syra
cuse. Owens pitched lor Syra
cuse. Cranston hit thejlrst ball
pitched for a homo run'. Mowe,
the second butter,, smote the tlrst
hall dellvetcd to hint for u sin
gle. I.umley did tho sumo thlui
on the llrst pitch to him. Hart
ley himself came to the bat next
ami swatted the tlrst Imll for u
homer, imiMug a total of four
runs. lluicliell then relieved
Owens. Troy won the game, 1
r to !, In III Innings. Hartley T
mis tlilb Is n record.
Wilson Collins Promoted.
Wilson Collins, former star athlete
of Vnnderlillt university .and later an
outtlelder with tho Hoston Hrnves, has
written liniuo from Franco that ho bus
been promoted a lleutennnt In tho IIJlsl
machine pin company.
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CREDIT LOST FOR HOME RUN
Batsman Winning Game by Knocking
Ball Out of Park Should Be
Given Home Run Hit.
When the hiisehnll rules nre getting
their next reson. whenever that
may he, an effort will he mudo to
change the present Interpretation In
regard to home runs which decide ball
games. Under the sjstem now In
vogue a batsman may lilt the hall
outside n park, hut If the runners on
bases settle the game the hitter does
not get credit for his h'ouie run, mid
It does not go Into tho records as
such. This Is an Injustice to the
batsman, says a writer In an ex
change. While the run does not score
In the game, since It ,s not nec
essary, there Is no reason why It
should not go Into the summury of
the gnuie and Into the olllclal records
as a home run. It Is the most timely
of hits and Important enough to set
tle ii game. Htibe Until recently hit
Into the stands tit Hoston, one of his
longest lilts of the year, yet It does
not show in his record of home runs.
I'lpp hit Into the stands at the I'olo
grounds recently and broke up n bull
game, yet Is not credited with u home
run. This feuture should be changed
so as to give tho batsuiatr credit.
NAVY SEEKS CRACK PLAYERS
Every Big League Athlete Will Be
Asked to Join, but No Special
Every big league baseball plajer In
the country Is to be invited to Join thu
navy tit once, according to letters pre
pared by Ensign V. I. Penny, recruit
ing olllcer ut the Oreut Lukes Training
station, under the direction of dipt.
William A. Moilett, commtiiidant.
"We are asking them to Join thu
navy because wo want the best men
wo can get." Captain Moffett declared.
"However, there will he no special rat
ing for them, hut we will give them
the best ratings for which they cuu
Captain Motfett also intimated there
would he no permanent "shore duty,"
hut that the baseball men enlisting
would be prepared for sen service us
fast as possible.
JAKE SCHAEFER AT WORK.
Young .Ttiko Schucfor, thu billiard
nhiyer, Is working as a bhlp titter's
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Games of White Sox and Cubs.
Chicago at Detroit, May 2, 3, 4, C.
Clovcland at Chicago May G, 7, 8.
Chicago at Clovcland, May 12.
Chicago at Philadelphia, May 10,
11, 13, 14.
Chicago at Washington, May IS,
1C, 17, 18.
Chicago at Now York, May 20, 21,
Chicago at Boston, May 24, 25, 27,
Chicago at Clovcland, May 30, 30, 31.
Now York at Chicago, Juno 1, 2,
Philadelphia at Chicago, Juno D,
C, 7, 8, 9.
Boston at Chicago, Juno 10, 11, 12,
Washington at Chicago, Juno 14, 1G,
Cleveland at Chicago, Juno 19, 20,
21, 22, 23.
Chicago at Detroit, Juno 24, 2G, 2G,
St. Louis at Chicago, Juno 28, 29,
30, July 1.
Detroit nt Chicago, July 2, 3, 4, 4.
Chicago at Now York, July C, 8, 9,
Chicago at Doston, July 11, 12, 13,
Chicago at Philadelphia, July 1C, 17,
Chicago tt Washington, July 19,
20, 22, 23.
Doston at Chicago, July 25, 2C, 27,
Washington at -Chicago, July 29,
30, 31, August 1.
Philadelphia at Chicago, August 2,
3, 4, 5.
Now York at Chicago, August C,
Chicago at Cleveland, August 9, 10,
Chicago at Hoston, August 14, 15,
Chicago at New York, August 17,
Chicago at Philadelphia, August 21,
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Chicago at Washington, August 2ti,
Cleveland at Chicago, August 31,
Chicago at Detroit, September 2,
Chicago at St. Louis, September 4,
St. Louis at Chicago, September 7,
Detroit at Chicago, September 10,
New York at Chicago, September
14, 15, 1C, 17.
Philadelphia at Chicago, September
Boston nt Chicago, September 22,
Washington at Chicago, September
20, 27, 28.
Clovcland at Chicago, Septombor 29.
Chicago at St. Louis, October 3, 5, G.
Cinclnnntl 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 Chicago, May 15,
1C, 17, IS, 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 G, 7,
8, 10. .
Chicago at New York, Juno 11, 12,
Chicago at Brooklyn, Juno 15, 17, 18.
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 0, 7,
Boston at Chicago, July 10, 11, 12,
Philadelphia at Chicago, July 14,
15, 1G, 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 G, 7,
Chicago at Pittsburgh, August 10.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, August 11,
12, 13, 14.
Philadelphia at Chicago, August 1G,
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, Septombor 1.
Chicago at Pittsburgh, Soptembor
St. Louis at Chicago, September 4, 5.
Chicago at St. Louis, Soptotnbcr
Chicago at Cincinnati, September 9
Chicago at Philadelphia, Soptembor
14, 1G, 17.
Chicago at Boston, September 18,
Chicago at Now York, September
21, 23, 24.
Chicago at Brooklyn, Septombor 25,
2G, 27, 28.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, October
OUR LEADING CLUBS
Moulders of Public Opinion and
Assembling Places for Citi
zens in This City;
Following ate tha IocaUmi of ta
.Mdlng ltf-auttalnla- clubs of Cl
Apollo Club,. 202 S. Mlchlgtui art.
Bohemia Club 3659 Douglas boule
vard. Balldara', 412411 Ckaabar af Ca
Calumet, Michigan ava. aa 20U at
Caxton, Tenth floor, Una Arts ilda,
Chicago Athlatlo Association, IS a
Chicago Architectural, Art Insti
tute. Chicago Automobile, 121 PlymovUl
Chicago Club, Michigan are. eat
Van Buren street
Chicago Motor Club, 1260 SouU
Chicago Cycling, 1111, 17 BJaat Van
Chicago Yacht foot of Monro at
City Club, 315 Plymouth court
Cliff Dwellers, lie 8. Michigan ava.
Colonial Club of Chicago, 4441
Columbia Tacht foot of lUadolaa
Elks 174 West Washington street.
nglewood. 6228 Hanrard arenue.
dgawatar Country, ins Wlstkrap
rarragut Yacht Club, foot of lid 1
Oormanla Maannerchor, 101 Oeraaa
Hamilton, 20 8. Dearborn at
Illinois Athletic, ill a. ifioalgaa
Irish rellowsnta Club, La Ball Ho
tel Iroquois, 26 North Dearborn street
Illinois, lis S. Ashland boulerafa.
Jefferson, Dearborn are. and Maple
Kenwood, Lake ava. and 47th at
Kenwood Country, Draiel boule
vard and 48th street
Mid-Day, First National Bank bids.
Oaks, Lake at and Waller are.
Press Club of Chicago, City Hall
Quadrangle, Lexington avenue and
Rotary, 38 South Dearborn at
Saddle and Cycle. Sheridan Rad
and Foster avenue.
Bouth Shore Country, lake shore
and 67th atreet
Southern, 26 N. Dearborn street
Speedway Park nintv un e r..
Standard, Michigan ave. and li
Swedish Club of Chicago, 1211 La
Twentieth Century, 2246 Michigan
Union League, Jackson boulevard
and Pederal atreet
University, Michigan avenue sad
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spirit ii Titec-ori RniiviII. Hs
tin doihi tine thine ftt ytu. fir
Si.H Mtitk. Dtn't iiy S5I.H
fir 25 trutaesls wkta yon oh
tot 1! monlbi' tnfnlif for SIMff,
Mi1 oomo it often it ytu lilt.
Professor Dwyer says: "I'll aake
your brain work fattir and no
diiee more lhan it evir did before.
I'll make you feel ihyiloilly M.
I'll create more energy, vitality add
stamina in that body of yours thai
you ever dreamed of havisf. and
all because I will keep yourmus
let, vital organs and blood In t-th
"All I ask of you is te favettliale
my training quartera before ieeiaf
any others. Come up and like a
frse trial treatment. You will lei
mediately be convinced that I seta
the finest training patters In tka
ally. I give my personal atle
lion to each one. Ml my work la
Indlvieeial. Three Instructors n
the floor at all times."
PROF. M. J. IWYER
18th Floor, Continental .
Commorcial Bank Blag,
206 So. La Sail Stract
Ptione Wabash 7138
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