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lednesdav, April 3, 191S.
THE TIMES. Fcro Three C PTC O O O il il l il COO 1 ". x- -v. - 'Na- fc-J7- - -Oh. "J 4 0 -6 ilLOI Indiana Basketball Cham pionship to Be Decided for First Time in Many Years at Whiting. rixo' SAVS HE'LL DO MORE FAR SLV 'f,'!XG TIIAX FJ'ER THIS YEAR W WEIGHT FOR CLASH v i r v -- ' '.A I ' " I'M I -, . .1 i - '-' '( iv"v1 I' ' 1 '" - 1 V r f " 1 "Ok " r if By jraom: sat. WHITIN'.J. I NIX. April C On Fri day and Saturday of this wetk th" Whlttns Owls will r-artlc:rnte in what vul be the !!-'; st spi-rt'.ni? eont of th year, when thoy cpr.s th Km 1-tces of In.1l-t)!r"!i3. iV-tnins to Whit ing with a recor-1 f fr'it four U'foats in fix years, tho Irsi K.x-s are probal'ly thn hardest ircp'-siti.ni that the. Whit-ins- Owls have fvT teen fortunate or unfortunate to meet. Those twn frarr.es, heraMed as the J Championship contest of Indiana, ar- n'tractln? more than ordinary interest. Much of this is duo to thu personnel ; of both teams. The K:n Il-es havo two j of tha Wabash wonder live in Stone-j breaker and Facon. The former isj known all over as the best c- nter in j the business, whi'e Bacon was the main stay of the Wabash Wen hist year and for thre years b-, f.-re that. Because of the fact that thesa two Wabash men are on the Km Roes team many Wabash alumni from many miles around are planning on ravin Whiting a visit to see these panics, hast year thse enthusiastic alumni tried to ar- rr.nar a game between the Whitin? i wls ; ai-.d the Wabash team but for some rea son or other no gam was scheduled. The Whltinif Owls will rresent to the public the strongest team that it will be possible to have. A number of new faces will be seen on the team for these two games. Altogether more than ten men will be ready to take rart in these frames. Harry Frielins will lead the team as usual and will have at his command the foilcwSnir array of for wards, perhaps the strongest scoring r-.achlne ever put together: Elliot. Kriesel, Johnson. Vend and "Mox" Ge virtz who is expected to be on hand for these games. At enter Schaefer will battle the wonderful Stonr-bresker. with "Moose" Cochrane to help if necessary. Both Ksau and Weiss will start at guards, wi'h Felsma in reserve, and Frielins himself, without a doubt. With this outfit the boys from down stato will know that they will be up e.sxmst one of the strongest, ablest, fastest end cleverest combination of basket tcssers in the game today. As a climax to & basketball season r.ot'ilnsr better than the games on Fri day and Saturday even In can be imag ined. These two games will be to basketball what a world's series is to baseball. All lovers of the basket game v.-ill be there to get an f yeful. end we kio.v that thry-U get it. The game will be played at the SWencky Pom v here the seating capacity is larger than at the High school auditorium. 1 y . A: . f .' v. , r 's ; 4 year t x s. f "JI iii ' I.muv layine; oa tla- ball a practice at cam;,. ilcased to hear that 'Tir.ir" Douie, the original Now York fans will be "Pirif"', p'nrts to i!o more pftifTir.s thi.s season than over bt-foie. llotiie's lor.fr distance swats J.avc always made him a more danfrerou:. hitter than o'.; . ! : tl s with as l,ij;h an average and fcel.i sure, that !.eU hit at leat .TOO Vv reason. l-Iu-lio has always l-ecn a hit in New York and will got a hir welccmo w hen he makes his first apnc arance on the home grouude with the Yanks. ,t.yi:..l Fighter Takes Final Workout Today for Dow ney Due From Columbus. Jock Mai. .no, the st. I'aul welter weight Mar. uK! f,,ih up his trainina t tl'O .reri.lo nyiiiii.a--ii!ii. "hi c;i ?, to !ay f . r his t. ii-t..und w hile with lirjan I'owncy at I'.. it .slii rio tu tomorrow i..i;';t. I ii i v. ii--y f.-.,lcd to :i;pear in Cai-cu-av i rday, but a.dviM.-t Manager 'i'om Ji'lll'S fro;;! l,irj lion,.) in C'fdUIllli'JS that ho v (!;.! bo on hand this after noon for his thuil workout. After siej ping three rounds with .V.!h-r I'rie.iman. who tnadu alsphndiil showitig, Malono w..und tip tlio day's I rogratn v,if:i a thr-ee-reui.d set to with J.-htmy Kore. Mslnno th'-n Impped on the re.-.les mi.! balaroed the bar at 14S L 'vv -M-.i.-.'S7 i .: '',.',1AV V - .vv..v: pound-, the !io:L-h he must make when ho and his !,io rival weigh in tomor row afternoon at .1 o'eioek. liii'.ui'y i:i a loiig-ilistaio-o telephone; talk with Manager .Tones said that he. was wir'ort a pound ,,f ,n required v. eit-ht, and would make jt without dlffl- ! j Manager Jonos Speaks. j "All this talk about r..iwny getting! .1 lichir.vr maki s no; lint-h." said Jones, i "t i. m w iUinir wager nny otnount ! that l!r an v. ill he r turned thn winner.! I am sa!: ;ii'd tlu-t he wiil gtv Malot ! l is first real trimminir. What Bryan ! i , .',. , i was a p.. ret. He is in fine I h.ape, r.rid will h-ive j;o ?ruso to offer1 if b. o. I'id yeu r. 'Of. tli.it Fried-; term o.'l ;1" I M ii'iii" this iff. moon- 1 Tb.at's thi jnlieater with me." I v s. s, ' . i' c.:. DENVER'S CHANCE TO UNO eiQ GO tv. ;!v-t . -J uV:Jr '-A bdU m m ileep WaiGLEVS In mind as the longest fasting confection vou can buy. Send it tc the boys at the front. m n n n n w ' rs ri N ' EZJ O M H P! RAY PuLriTrcT n utah rr ui Lrl Lu 0 0 Imut U It IL U lUL UI!L Col. Miller Favors West for the Willard-Fulton Battle July 4. nrn;0 i I I 1 i Bee FIGHT DECISIONS f" , ".i' , ' ft-' :"-:- War T 10 S e ncooo wesfmeafs a 5-cent package of WRIGLEV'S wili sive you several days enjoyment: it's an investment in benefit as well s Pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath, appetite, digestion. lisps tti&ii' ' i f j 1 .nW.f.Vl. 4j flfht representatiTes 'IT t'NTTKD FaKS I (By H. C. HAMILTON'.) j NEW TOItK. April 3 V. hen Jois P.ayi 'tied tlie world's record for 1,000 yards j indoors at the A. A. U. meet here recent- , ly. he had a r rf ect richt to stand on j his hind b ps and howl for a revision ; .of the time, credited to him, for two of-; i Acta I wa.teh.rs and three cf the not;-. official variMy caught his paco at faster time than the mark buns up Jy Johnny, j Overton a year I reviously. j J But the co ky little distance star had; j nothing to say. ! "Never mind." he enr.i.unv-1 after the ' meet. "Just wait. I'll break 'em yet." And riirh.t there Kay showed his hear ers one cf the reasons why he is the; e the br st a ms con o l he ut-; I.;..i with sreatest liis'anre rurr.er sin da y 9 of M-M Sheppar-i. lie 1 l'.dcnce in himself. Every w tors about his running bu MEANS COLO i DINNERS1 self- ri-!e. Yet there isn't a bit of con ceit in the makeup of the brill lant-ha ir ed rnc- r from the wtst. H- shr'rly be lie vs he is the prst without an fuss ,,r show and he has the d- pe rMht. The surprise ocrasioned by Bay's easy defea". of I-M-lie Fall In the A. A. F. m--er came from p. looked previous r. when prer,-j j;. a r nlnr al'vay.s jrese-l Ills sh.ado-.v of d.oibt 1: ho saw the rur.ro-t-.vi. f:irs tint Ba the Tape in record ha 1 Fa U or Mil; e to cha'l-'n-e hitn v. The fact was. 1 simply breezed I'll- s'ru k hitn. He ear:: lontr of hi stint po ari-1 he sr.apped th.e live ynr-fs :n n-lvar.c to the final Tiarter t.ir-1 i lace. s he line he turned his li nt his pursuers, ri -h,n la ntly f r-.-n t V was Kid:!.' ir- M .;! startf i. At' r renin rk-.b'.-' t l.-r e ), K'-y's tr-iiio r t formatices to !.! i' He l.:o never et T "int Of ex en I J ons who had over-; rfnrtnnn-'.es of Kay. it. His best run- has cropped cut vh-"n hardest. The-, .j i n't a. the minds cf those ' ii' h'tue.; -.' 1 !.: e by fill . - - , P , - i , , Tl ! I. d able e.h ! 1 : i : ri n n y rea I yvvever, 1h i d v.hen the n ' 1 ! e : i O? ill'o tiv lis. fr r:nir liiio a sprinter f .a ; e a fu il ' w y-.- of Ji' .1 ney. 1 "p he had l-i--d In rro: the I'lirO; - ad a i,.l J....Ue.l b'o '.: d ih'ii waiked tion : track. 11, heart ." tic- r than w h-'n !: i': .r t lie event In s r !i net u iti-1- d him. !:' his Kreat per 0 heart deyeh T-nien. P.. -11 tU-t,..l t ) the n in Ilia r:i lsions of ay were: At EaJtiiuore Xia W'Uiiams beat Jack Sharkey At Peoria Stanley Xverett beat Eddie Itlers (10). At Philadelphia Oeorffe Chaney beat Johnny Say (6). At Pittsburgh Jack Perry knocked out Red Allen (6). At Boston CUnney Boyle heat Billy Defoe (12); Barney Adair stopped Patsey Green (7). NliW V-UiC. April 3. The world's " h i ; . i i n s 1 . ; : he-ivyweisht scrap be tw.it J- si AVlllard nr.d Fred Fulton v.!'.! b-s h'ld o'her in ppnor, Colo., t-r X- v: H ivec. Conn., wi'h the b ihuire on.sj.lerably in favor of tho western 'b y. i'co rd.t.ir to j res-nt iti.lioat i-.n.--. "d. Joe, ii C. Mil vr, v.h.o niatche4 ! e i-i-kr. cii mlt t-w le'.Jer. is scri- n-ilet-!n:r lie,-,,i!nsr the ciie nnl (or: i.-ir.n-ler-In-chief of tho f.-rce wiil i-1 i;o ti" I"ut, ttw'l irieiine 'HOT b-'.Tlso I).; l.el!.n,.s ).n can 't sufti- i- 'O l-.ial lackinc to n-ikj the :';" i ir a so--or -a. Bout at Ball Park. I-enver ; s. two -suitable placei r the bout -.tie jtd. -r 4 tndiuni and u , - o out h.or cm Insure. Tlie indoor . ' t I'.'is I rn "i'Miiy been ;.i5fi-(i v.r. so. t'o. 1 .; H", -j to 'he rr.il-h'ch city. i,eo. ... i .i.-,t ; woi in t!-a 1'irver p. i V'l. CHEW IT AFTER EUERV MEAL Jlii? Wfi Tlie Flavor Lasts M E3M !i fT cm w ! to : y r 21 2 TO 1 ON GIANTS. N::.V TOR, April 3. One of the Tort b-s reported here on the corn ir.tr i.a" ball pennant race was an r.oueei 1 tchiy. A supporter of the Giants put up ?2.".0a to l,r,00 that the No w lork t-.aui v. ill win the Nati.. r.al Fent-ae p r.nar.t. broke Into his home end he was grlven j nn occasion to exercise some of these i pointers. Zimmerman prappled with thej burclar for twenty minutes nnd sub-1 dued him, while his wife telephoned the police. It Is apparent that the proposal to start American Assorts tirn games this season at 4 p. m. met defeat, because the mapna'es votinjr apainst the plan favor even a later starnner h-nir. The position f Jimmy JT.-'li'l. boss of the Indians, who has said that the frame at Washington park. Indianapolis, will e'.art at 4 o'clock, or even later, may ba tsken to be that of other magnates votinir fitrainst the proposition. Thus it is apparent also that the plowman and thes In many other walks of life will hare wended home their weary way and hours, ati-l while the play may be speeded up some, this year becau-'e of the double umpire system, it will not be (j-ji--kr.ol sufficiently to justify the late start. Fipurinir that the average Amer ican family will par'ake of i:v oer,in.r menl at 6 p. m., I-iinl time, this season, trames starting- at 4 p. rn. or later, will n-low the average fan to arrive 1 - -me in time to se(J hbi neighbor tako hU j.!ar. in the pardon or start up-m an e'nin?'s e u j. .ym-nt at the theater. F-' unless the au'hririties strp in and de ride that b-s. ball shall f I'ov.- the f.a it or-pear thut complaints of coi-I d'n-ni-rs, r. timer, .us f n-.uph In oth-r years, will be in-rea-..l rather than dccre-isi-1 this sen son. at Vast so far as Indiana polis is concerned. the. hnt'iT-h h April S here. I- a yw t i.-,!,t. was me. arris, is-.-r.as'-r ot I1--!. p v. day. I'-mpey v. 1U iv.--.t "IV Tl:b P-vi r-1 int--a-h Ii'evcre m-k- , t!-.- third s row for I 'eir.j s--y. 1'i.il H u rl ed the da-, lichts cut c f F h trninincr bouts 1 ;-.;. tnf. i is i -trie is of r.-.ajor loafrue nropor It haa n jrr.an Isf.nd that can rtab'y E'nt l.'-0-l persons, v. ith -.ii sized h'enrhers. Around tliis PRIZE FIGHT ; INSPIRES CAPTURE OF BURGLAR! Art of Omitting. The fin art of living worthily In cludes nn Important chapter In omit ting. If we know how to omit par ticularly iink'ndnss, unfairness, un truth, we shell find ourselves vn-.jif.-iktihty richer c.t the end of the rear. Hubert Louis Stevenson. swn soMtri m. momkhow. A SAVIN of money and dissatis faction. We make Awn Ings for stores and of fices which stay put and prices the most reason able. Ask for estimate. Hammond Shads & Awn'ng Ca Phons 2242 Hammond. 82 State St. up in a hi v. hai- !1 PC II! f V. a te e-l trmperarv sea ,i.'i, i or I.'11. 000 more ST. I. OFIS. MO.. April 3. Victor ; Zimmerman. 4." years old, witnessed the s to ac- FuHon-Cowler battle here recently and per- learned several points in the art of de- defense. That ri-ht a ricjrro burglar SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES taken their places in the garden Ions' " before their home town ball team has DJJMPSEY TO TACKLE disposed of its business of playing a, r- Nation ninc-inninK game. j FEROCIOUS DEVERE The average game at Washington', ST. I.oFIS, April 3. The bout he park last sen sen required nearly two tween Ja--k ivmpsey nnd Tom Cowl--r. DONOVAN'S BELT TO SOLDER SON Ni:W TORK. April 3. When the wiil of "Mil-- 1 1- '!i.. a n." who r. -e-l t.i !,-; with 'I'll-.---! ro Ko,.u.-(t. wan hied yes terday it was learn d the real name of the former tni-ld'eweight champion was ! Mii-h.a-1 J. ( i'I --n-.-v an. Th- silver cb.anipionship b--U which ' 'l ion--, van won j he loaves to a s--n. Arthur, who i rcw j with the l'':Cdi i'-M artilh-ry at Sp.ar ! tat.l-ure. S, ('. It is to be kept in the. ' tt---o!.y room of the New York Athh. tie Club. i ' ' " " ' " i ii 3 if.'; (4 ' Notice to Real Estate Owners of West II asm mo nd Do vou intend to build a home this iSpriiis;?. Perhaps you will need ; loan. If "'"The King John 1.1 Sobleskl Building and Loan Association of West Hammond, 111. This Building and Loan Association will loan you tnonej7 on your real estate at Important! No commission will be charged on your loan for the period of 3 months, commencing April 1st and continuing to Jimc 30th, 1018. A splendid opportunity to save money. Don't let this chance slip. by. For information re garding loans call at the office of the l!dg. and Loan Assn., located at 511 State Line St., just off Douglas St., any Tuesday evening between the hours of S and 10 p. m. (Use side entrance.) Or any time during the week at the of fice of the secretary at 201-lolth place, West Hammond. Phone Hammond 930-R. l5 is A GREAT BIG GAIN ) s fBmA Mem altesl EMmmeS ii ft III! Mil a will You truck Is have to be to hurry, for this sacrificed, and at the price offered will not last long GO WEST Al Alls ST. Address GANNON CHICAGO HEIGHTS, ILL.