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THE TIMES
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Th stage Is all set at the Hammond
fcsll park. Farduhn has provided 500
additional seats to take care of any
possible overflow crowd, the diamond
has been put In first class condition and
all Is in readiness for the sound of the
ong.
Albany Park Is all primed for the big
occasion, as their manager has already
announced his lineup as follows: Heck
art, rf; Quigley, cf; Madigan. If; Sulli
van, Sb: Novak. 2b: Barret, lb: Pechous,
89: Egan, c; Mack, p.
The team, together with their big
following of fans, will arrive on an
early train and it is rumored that the
bugs will com down with plenty of
"dough" to bet on their favorites.
Reports from Crown Point indicate
that Henning has been working out
very day so as to be in the pink of
condition for the big battle. Artie Hoff
man stated last Monday night that he
will make every player go out there and
fight as hard as they know how as he
fcas his ieart set n winning this open
ing game. Hoffman played first base
for Albany Park early :n the season and
through some disagreement with the
management he severed his connections
with the, club. This same thing is true
of "Eddie" DeLave and if ever there
was a game in his life that he wanted
to win it is next Sunday's contest.
Looks like a good opportunity for re
venge an'l both players are going out
to get it-
The two best umpires in the league
have been appointed by the; officials to
handle this most important series and
next Sunday will find "Big" Steve
Cusack behind the plate and Matty
Fitzpatrick on the bases. This is the
same pair that handled the AVaukegan
games.
On next Monday, Labor Day. Ham-
INDIAX TINCUP IS
BACK IX 1UG SHOW
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Ben Tlncup.
Ben Tincup, the Indian pitcher for
merly with the Phillies, has been
secured by the Cardinals from Little
Rock, where he was sent on a trade.
Tincup should win games in fast
company if he will behave. The
i rallies declare they still have
claim on him.
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Detroit. 4: Cleveland. 3. I j; , tail, WllO FightS Fred Ful-
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mond will renew Its o'd time rivalry
with uth Chicago who have been
booked up in a three game series for a
side bet of $200. To date South. Chi
cago has made a good showing in the
Chicago League having defeated some
of the best teams in that circuit and it
is the opinion of the management over
there that Hammond will be easy pick
ing. Parduhn thinks differently and
quickly took up the proposition when
South Chicago offered to bet $200 on the
side. The latest rumor is to the effect
that South Chicago has signed one of
the best semi-pro ritchers around Chi
cago to defeat Hammond in the first
game of the set next Sunday. For the
Hammond team Hoffman will pin his
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Distributors for
Bodge. Chevrolet, Hudson
Qitd r Oakland
Hammond, Whiting, East Chicago, Indiana Harbor
and Surrounding Territory.
Phone 266.
707 Hohman St. Hammond, Ind.
NATIONAL XEAQTJH.
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New York 76
Philadelphia 66
St. .Louis . 64
Cincinnati 66
CHICAGO 62
Brooklyn 5!
Boston 50
Pittsburgh 38
. Yesterday's Haanlta.
Philadelphia. 4; Boston, 3.
Boston. 3; Philadelphia, 0.
No other games played.
faith in DeLave and Hudson, with Hen
ning in reserve.
Considerable interest is being taken
in this game as it is the first team of
the Chicago League to visit Tarduhn
park this year, thus giving the fans an
opportunity to study the comparative
strength of the two leagues. Hammond
will likely meet Beloit, winner of the
Chicago league pennant, before the end
of the season.
SUMMARY OF
LAPORTE RACES
3:30 Face Para $300.
Country Queen, ch m (Topper). 1
Odona B. Peters, b. m. (Cullen) 7
Ardeth Ilene, ch. m. (Stuckman) 2
Red Line, b. m. (Kerr) 4
Walter Pointer, ch. g. (Beck) 3
Jay Pointer, b. g. (Price) 6
The Thistle, b. g. (Blind) 11
Arena, b. m. (Cram) 5
Leslie Dillon, b. g. (Koepple) 8
Dr. Pratt, s. g. (Mullen) 12
King Solon, b. g. (Maierhoffer).lO
Fair Princess, b. m. (Gember-
ling) 9
Billy R. b. g. (Worrllow) 13
Time 2:21U: 2:19ti; 2:19t;.
3:30 Trot Purs $300.
Cressie Medium, b. m. (Line) 1
Peter Bing, b. h. (Maierhoffer) 2
Midget Garner, b. m. (Stlllwall)-9
Moving Ticture, br. m. (Cullen).5
Marg. McKin'y. br. m. (Bach'Ir).4
Karl. b. g. (Hiler) 3
Lucy Etheridge, ch. m. (Wood)8
Orange Blos'm, b. g. (Canfield) 6
Anda Margen. r. b. (Topper).. 7
Time 2:21U; 2:21U; 2:22U 2
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Chief Bender.
The average fans sees enough
comebacks in baseball to bore him a
bit, but there is hardly a fan who has
not been amazed at the remarkable
comeback of old Chief Bender. After
being released by the Phillies last
winter as too old for any further use
he has returned late this summer
and pitched some of the most sensa
tional ball th game has seen.
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Virgets to Box K. 0. Mars
for Benefit of Soldiers
CINCINNATI O.. Aug. 31. Phil Vir
gets. New Orleans, featherweight cham
pion of the south, yesterday signed to
box K. O. -Mars of Cincinnati here on
Sept. 6 in a bout for the benefit of the
First Ohio infantry. The use of the
National league ball park has been do
nated, while the" boxing commission will
pass up its percentage and in addition
pay for the referee and boxing gloves.
Mars and Virgets will go ten rounds to
a decision.
Gibbons to Box Howard.
DULUTH, MINN.. Aug. 31. Mike
Gibbons, St. Taul. and Jimmy Howard.
Philadelphia middleweight, will - meet
here in a ten round, no-decision rtoxing
match Sept. 14. Jack Whittaker and
Billy Whelan, St. Paul, will box the
i semi-flnal.
AUTO RACERS
ARE READY FOR
OFFICIAL TRIALS
With the arrival of Starter Wagner
and six of the eleven Grand American
cup contenders from New Tork, official
practice for the speed matinee to be
held'at the Chicago Speedway on Lalx r
Day will open this afternoon, when the
drivers will start tuning up thir ars
to 100-mile an hour pitch in ord?r to
survive Sunday's elimination trials.
The track also will be open for practice
tomorrow and Sunday.
BATTLE FOR M. M'CUE
DES MOINES, Aug. ,21. Jimmy
Minor, lightweight boxer of' Memphis,
Tenn., probably will be matched with
Matty McCue of Minneapolis as the re
sult of Minor's decisive victory on
points over Johnny Noye of St. Taul in
a ten-round bout.
Welling in Go Tonight.
Joe Welling, who meets Frankie Cal
lahan September 7 in Racine, will meet
Tommy Tuohey tonight in New Tork
In a ten-round bout, and will then leave
for Chicago to conclude work for his
Badger engagement.
The Red Cross the symbol of a
tause wide as the world. and high
as Heaven.
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We Give Double Green Trading Stamps
With Every Purchase
Every step you take coming upstairs second floor to our largo show rooms,
saves you about 50c. Our expenses are less than our competitors and you reap the
benefit. Every garment is made by expert ladies' tailors, under our personal sup
ervision. A garment that costs you $15.00 elsewhere we sell for about $10Q0.
It will surely pay you to walk up one flight of stairs and see what we offer for
less money than you can get like garments for elsewhere.
Ladies' Dresses Serge, up to the minute styles, worth $15.
$9.98. Also Double Green Trading Stamps. This is only one
many bargains that we offer.
Our price
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151-155 East State Street, Hammond. 2nd Floor Artemis Building.
Entrance 155 The Entrance Leading to Upstairs.
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have
Jess
with
Carl Morris, the Oklahoma engineer,
who has been wallowing and floundering
though the heavyweight puddle for sev
eral years, claims to have arrived at
last and expects to demonstrate as
much to a skeptical public Labor Day
at Canton. O., when he fights Fred Ful
ton a scheduled fifteen rounds. Carl
is being teamed by Jack Curley,
Lewis and others, parties who
high hopes of surmounting the
Willard championship obstacle
Morris some day.
Morris' gieat fault in the early years
of his ring career was in his inability
or disinclination to get in condition.
The syndicate that bought him a year
ago for $5,000 claims that it has con
vinced him of the error of his ways.
Certainly his advisers have managed to
work a wonderful difference in the size
of this mammoth, who was known in
Jack Johnson's heyday as the original
white hope. A year ago. when they con
cluded that Carl had championship
possibilities, their battler was an
enormous overfed giant. They tell us
that, out of shape, at that time he scal
ed around 315 pounds. Morris was told
that at such a poundage he would never
get anywhere and ordered to diet and
work hard.
Carl to Weigh. 220 Monday.
The result is that Carl expects to get
into the ring with Fulton Monday after
noon weighing about 220 stripped and
with hardly a pound of superfluous
flesh on him. That means that he has
taken oft ninety-five pounds in the past
twelve months to accomplish his aim a
Willard match. While doing so he has
beaten three of the best white heavies
in the country Fulton, Frank Moran
and Jim Coffey. He won over Fulton
on a foul, but intends to prove con
clusively at Canton that this victory
was no fluke.
Governora Terms of Office.
The governor's term of office is one
year In Massachusetts and Rhode Is
land ; two years in Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia, Idaho, Iowa. Kansas, Maine.
Michigan, Nebraskn, New Hampshire,
North Dakota. Ohio, South Carolina,
South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Ver
mont. Washington and Wisconsin; four
years in California, Colorado, Dela
ware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missis
sippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada,
North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania.
Virginia. West Virginia and Wyoming.
The Red Cross the symbol of a
cause wide as the world and high
as Heaven.
FISHING!
Who Ideal Sport
This is the time of the year
when fishing gets good.- The big
ones are commencing to strike.
So get that one you have been laying for all summer.
Remember, our Fishing Contest is open until Xov.
15. You still have all the chance in the world to get
one of those fine prizes.
But to get the big fish you must have the best
tackle; and we've got it. Drop in and see us before
the next trip.
Do you know that tomorrow opens the hunting
season? Well, it does. And we have a brand new
stock of shells, all gauges, and loads; Shotguns and
Rifles. '
X W. MUHkaiffl
SPORTING GOODS SHOP
159 State Street. Hammond, Ind.
J J. J. BREHM, Prep.
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Wholesale and Retail
West Hammond Coal Company
PHONE 1674 OR 4955.
Advertise in The Times
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we enjoy, is a really healthful thing to eat. It is
one of the few "tid-bits" that is really good for us.
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