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Wednesdav, Nor. 12, 1913.
TO FIGHT DEC. 10
Cadillac. Mich.. Nov. 13. That ha
will be ready to take on Charlie White
in a ten-round bout at Milwaukee on
December 10 was the assertion made
today by Ad Wolgast. former light
weight champion. Ad's damag-id ribs
are set and practically healed. He
wants to set into shape. The former
champion is roughing it in the country
GIANTS BEAT SOX
AGAIN, 3 TO 2
Oxnard, Cal.. Nov. 12. The White
Sox-Giants game was stopped after
the eighth Inning, so Lobert, the
world's fastest base runner, could race
around the diamond against a pony by
a cowboy. The pony won by a nose,
but Lobert was forced to dodge the
horse at the bases. The feature of the
game was a homer, in the third by Sam
Crawford. The Giants won, 3 to 2.
Giants 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3
White Sox ..0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
(BY THE SQUINTER)
OWNERS of several prominent sta
bles are shipping their horses to Juar
ea, where a splendid season of racing
is anticipated. A special train left La
tonia today forthe Mexican track.
This year the train goes by way of
the L. & N., then on the Frisco to Wey
noke, and on the Santa Fe to El Paso.
The route does not go through Alma
Garda, but la "toft at Tumacara.
AMERICA will be one of the nrst
nations to receive an invitation to send
a team of athletes to Athens next year.
The Greeks plan to hold an interna
tional meet the last week in May.
James E. Sullivan favors the organlxa
tion of a tea mand will shortly ask
for subscriptions to pay expanses.
JOHN EVERS. who has taken up
golf, has decided to spend ten days on
the nine-hole course at Excelsior
Springs. It is an even bet that he will
make the nine holes in ten days.
A GREAT many crimes are. far be
yond the reach of the law. For In
stance, George Stovall drew $7,600 In
a year for managing the St. Louis
Star Players of Illinois Center Trio.
J DRILL IN SNOW
Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 12. On a
field covered with snow, the Wolver
ines this evening ran through signals
for two hours, and. although thr hos
pital squad has not grown any smaller
all were in uniform except Pontius.
The bier tackle was on the field hob
bling alonpr with a cane and hla pros
pects of Rettins into the game on at-
ur.Jay look dfcidedly slim at this time.ji
J-lchtner, Torl:ot, Lyons and Craipr, all
of whom were more or less battered '
up last Saturday, were in uniform and
with th exception of Torbet all will ,
be in action next Saturday. It seems ;
be a certainty that Quinn will re- !
place Torbet at full, and the latter will
go to end If his injured shoulder will '
While the varsity practiced signals, ;
the scrubs were being drilled in fifteen
plays which were used last Saturday
by Fenn, snd tomorrow evenin.tr they i
will use them against the varsity. Se
cret practice was the order yesterday
nntl for the first time this season
newspaper men were barred from the
TO HIS DEATH
Davenport, la., Nov. 12. Ed Morrls
sey, captain of the St. Ambrose college
football team, died yesterday from in
juries received in the opening game of
the season on September 27. At the
time of the accident Morrissey suffered
a fracture of the right leg. Blood
poison set in and amputation of the
limb above the knee was found neces
sary. Pneumonia then developed and
the end came yesterday at Mercy hos
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 12. "Kid"
Williams, the Baltimore bantam, and
Eddie Campl of San Francisco have
been matched to box twenty rounds at
Vernon on the afternoon of December
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 12. "Kid" Tay
lor of Chicago had a shade on aggres
siveness over Leo Roux'of Memphis in
one of the prettiest ten round battles
yet seen here. Eddie Melzer of Cincin
nati stopped Jack Little of Toledo in
New Orleans, La., Nov. 12. "Young"
Denny of New Orleans won in every
round of his ten-round no-decision
bout last night with "Mexican Kid"
Carter, but the strenuous efforts of the
home product to put over the knock
out resulted in his breaking his right
hand when he landed a swing on the
top of Carter's head as the latter
'ducked in the ninth round.
New York, Nov. 12. Commodore Al
fred Brown of College Point has sailed
for Panama. He will try to swim
through the canal, a distance of forty
right miles. Brown recently swam
from the Battery to Sandy Hook. He
will arrive at Panama on November
19 and will attempt the feat In a few
Dr. Roller has issued a challenge to
F.d Lewis, the Kentucky wrestler, who
Is slated to meet Karl Schultz at the
rilobe theater on Friday night. Lewis
broke one of Roller's ribs when the
two met on the mat in Kentucky some
time ago. Many other heavyweight
grapplers also are seeking matches
with the newcomer from the south.
will get In shape for their game with j
the Hyde Tark lightweights Saturday!
after next, November 22, at Ambridge
On Thanksgiving it will play the
Hammond high school at Hammond
for the championship of Lake county.
This rame will be one of the best ever
played in Hammond between the two
schools and large delegations from
both schools are expected to be there.
ALDVVORTH OUT OF
Recurrent Attack of Rheu
matic Fever Confines
Gopher to Bed.
THE OWLS ISSUE 5
Whiting. Ind.. Not. 12. Basket
ball teams of gcod standing desir
a good evening's entertainment,
can receive prompt consideration
by writing to A. L. Carlson, man
aging "The Owls", Whiting, In
diana. Come prepared.
; ; - QUITS HO OSIERS
j Blooming-ton, Ind., Nov. 12. "Jlm
,.my" Sheldon, for eight years coach of
; the Indiana university football squad,
! surprised the student body last night
in the announcement that he had
; handed In his resignation to President
i William Lowe Bryan and Dr. C. J.
Sembower, head of the Indiana ath
letic committee. Sheldon came to Indi
ana in 1905 and previous to that time
was a star end on one of Coach Stogg's
elevens at Chicago. Indiana never
turned out a winning team until Shel
don took charge, and this fact has en
deared him to the entire student body.
Chicagoan Outpointed by
Superior. Wis., Nov. 12. Johnny
Tillman of Minneapolis last night out
pointed Jimmy Murphy of Chicago In
eight out of ten rounds and finished
with a margin over the aggressive
Chicago boxer. Murphy forced the
milling, but lacked the class of his
opponent.' The bout was fast and full
of hard hitting. Jack Whitaker of Su
perior and Kid Coffey of Depere drew
in the eemi-wlndup, and Young Nelson
of Superior knocked out Art Godfrey
of Minneapolis In the preliminary.
TO FIGHT SMITH
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12. Jerry Dal
ton of Indianapolis, a well - known
f eatherweght, who has been doing his
(training in this city and in JefTerson
j ville, has gone to. Hamilton, Ont.,
where he Is matched to box Matty
: Smith of Chicago ten rounds on No
vember 26. Dalton has agreed to make
; 122 pounds at 3 o'clock in the after
Minneapolis. Minn., Nov. 12. The
Minnesota football team will play the
crucial game of the season against
Chicago on Saturday without the serv
ices of its captain, Donald Aldworth.
Although the official sources of in
formation have been closed tightly by
Coach Williams, it became known yes
terday that the Gopher leader has had
a recurrent attack of rheumatic fever
and is confined to his bed.
Aldworth appeared in togs this week
and took part in the signal practice,
but did not appear in scrimmage. The
coach had hoped to tide him over for
the Chicago contest, but Aldworth
probably will be out for the rest of ths
season. Fournier, who was put out of
the Wisconsin game for rough play,
may play left end. Fournier has not
been in good shape this week and his
place at practice last night was taken
McAlmon, who was absent from
practice Monday night, supposedly on
account of illness, was back. He will
lead the Gophers for the rest of the
year. Practice was of the grueling
variety. The men were given a hard
scrimmage by the scrubs.
It is estimated that 1,000 seats for
the game are in the hands of scalpers,
and the athletic authorities are uniting
with the police in an attempt to en
force the anti-scalping law passed last
year. So far there have been no ar
rests. More than 10,000 persons from
outside the Twin Cities will attend the
The Northwest is aflame over the
approaching battle. Manager McBean
expects a record crowd of 22,000. A
Chicago game has not attracted as
much advance interest and aroused as
much enthusiasm in a decade. The
students are talking a lot, but betting
little. They are afraid of the score
sheet for the season, which seems to
give the Maroons an advantage in the
(Special to Tki Times.) " . '
Rensselaer, Ind.,' Nov. 12. Coach
Parker Is putting the finishing touches
on the high school football team,
which 1b to go to Hammond next Sat
urday to play the strong team of that
city. Hammond's strength is measured
by the fact that It placed a tie game
ith Morocco at Morocco, the score be
ing 6 to 6. A comparative Idea of the
strength of the teams can be arrived
at by the fact that both Morrocco and
Rensselaer defeated Chicago Heights
by overwhelming scodFs.
The absence of Paul Miller from th
practice for the past week has inter
rupted the back field considerably, but
his return has put new steam in the
home team and great hojnj of victory
On Thanksgiving Rensselaer will
entertain a Chicago team, the Bowen
high school, and another good contest
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NOW IN ACTION
The Gary city bowling league has
started on the largest rampage ever
witnessed in the history of the steel
More Interest has been taken In
bowling this year than ever before, as
many merchants have put teams into
the league. There are about ten teams
in the league this year, while last
year there were but five.
Last night the Tribune team, which
is in the lead, walloped the Centlllvers
to a fraizle and won three straight
games easy. The margin was 180 pins.
Tribune (1) 170; (2) S1J; (J) 852:
Centlllvers (1) 81; (2) 848; (8)
850: total, 2,554.
The Edelwels team won over the
Sterling team by a margin of 184 pins
The game was a good one, but a close
observer could tell that the Sterling
team had no chance against the Edel
wels team at any time. The score:
Edelwels (1) 871; (8) 806; (8) 885
Sterling (1) 818: (2) 794; (I) 772;
The Acker and Schmidt team will
play the "Three Winners" team at the
The standing of the city league
teams is as follows:
W. - L. Pet
Tribune 8 0 1.000
.Centlllvers ..11 1 .SIS
Millers ... 4 2 .668
Edelwels S 6 .500
Acker & Schmidt 4 5 .444
Sterlings 4 6 .444
People's Hwd. Co.. 1 8 .111
Frank Co 2 1 .866
Three Winners 1 2 ,333
Painters No games played.
The Gary high school football team
will play no game next Saturday, but
PELKY Ai BURNS
Former Champion's Pro-
tege to Meet Gunboat
Tommy Burns .former heavyweight
champion, brought his candidate for
the championship, Arthur Pelkey, into
town yesterday for a few hours. They
were on the way from Chatham, Ont..
to Calgary, leaving at 6:30 last even
ing for the second named Canadian
city. From there they will go on to
San Francisco as soon as they get
word from Promoter Jim Coffroth.
Burns has matched Pelkey for a twenty-round
fight with Gunboat Smith,
but Coffroth has yet to pick the date.
Burns suspects the mill will take place
on New Tear's afternoon, and asserts
that the winner will be the undisputed
white heavyweight champion. He
makes this statement without regard
for the feelings of Jess Willard. Carl
Morris and Frank Moran.
It has been six years and over since
Burns was in Chicago. On that visit
he was here with the moving pictures
of his second fight with Philadelphia
Jack O'Brien, the battle he won, and
on which he based his championship
claims. Burns boxed nightly with
George Memslc, then a challenger for
Joe Cans' title, after the pictures had
been flashed before the eyes of the
After a Jaunt with the pictures
Burns went west and stopped BUI
Squires, the Australian champion, in a
round. Then he sailed for Europe,
where he whaled the best, and to Aus
tralia. John Artha Johnson finally
cornered him down below at Sydney
and took the title away from him in
fourteen rounds. Burns has done some
battling since, but is a manager pure
and simple now and claims he has the
coming champion in Pelkey, because,
he claims, Arthur has something the
other hopes do not possess, a knockout
wallop. Gunboat Smith no doubt will
The great popularity of tilto
is causing unscrupulous persons to wrap
rank imitations that are not even real
chewing gum so they resemble genuine
WMGLEY'S ESEEZ . The better class
of stores will not try to fool you with
these imitations. They will be offered to
you principally by street fakirs, peddlers
and the candy departments of some 5 and
10 cent stores. These rank imitations
cost dealers one cent a package or
even less and are sold to careless people
for almost any price.
If you want TJr5gle9s look before you
buy. Get what you pay for.
Be sure it's
We ara Insult (Us advertisement
solely to protect tmr customers, wfao
are continually writing as that they
have been deceived try imitations
which they purchased thinking they
take exception to that declaration.
Burns and Pelkey wandered Into the
Nate Lewis gymnasium during the aft
ernoon and watched big Jess Willard
go through his paces for six rounds.
Tom Jones was directing the Willard
workout and at its conclusion was ap
proached by Burns.
TERROR TO END
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ease and prescribing a course of treat,
Strenuous efforts are being made in
Chicago and in the northern part of
this state to drive these concerns out
of business and at the conclusion of
the board's investigation in and around
Gary other cities will be visited by Dr.
Gott and members of the state regis
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horrible descriptions of what is liable
to happen to them unless they are cur
ed of real or imaginary ills, and the
foreigners hand over their money. It
Is said that some of the fakers have
made thousands of dollars in this way.
W1L.I INVESTIGATE HAMMOND,
It is understood that when Dr. Gott
finishes his work at Gary trie board
will also look into conditions in Ham
mond, Michigan City, South Bend and
Dr, Gott stated recently In Crawfords-
vllle that he had succeeded in collect
ing evidence that he believed would
result in the expose of two fake cor
porations that have been doing busi
ness in Gary, largely among the for
"The only steps we can take." said
the doctor, "are those that will revoke
the licenses of the physicians practic
ing under the leadership of the crooked
FOi:VD TWO CASES LIKE IT.
A corporation is formed by the fak
ers and some young licensed physician
whose practice has been poor is secured
to prostitute his legal rights in order
to advance the scheme of the crooks
for whom he is working. In my in
vestigation I found what I am convinc
ed are two cas;s of this sort. At the
next meeting of the state board we will
probably revoke the state licenses of
the two young doctors who are con
nected with the corporations and whose
names have been used In the literature
advertising the schemes. The men
higher up who are the real crooks will
be dealt with by the authorities at
HOW THEY WORK IT.
The plan of the crooked concerns Is
to establish an office and to place one
licensed physician in it. Advertising
matter Is then distributed stating that?
the office is that of a number of spe
cialists. The Ignorant poor people are
the prey of these concerns, the physi
cian informing all visitors to the office
i that they are afflicted with some dia-
A woman writer says that woman
Is the soul of man, which explains sat
isfactorily why there are bo many
men who cannot call their souls their
own. Washington Post.
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