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Ma v4, 1918.
THE TIME3 Pane Seven C.v r r ' id t J hi V - . r-i. CHAMP SW1MMEU TO PLY POP V. S. UP Tested Warriors 3 r"-'WSJw ?T?ll fi?" TH 6MI -t --'PT-r 'til i -f-TTT-W : 1 : ; : 'x ilCTIISI? ENEMY OF REAL FIGHTER .fc.-l-;ar.:ii:t- Lv 'net . ii VV - CW UL!!li uLI r-'4 k VX A. t 1 .. i-fi&:T-S&M il (By II. C. HAMILTON). , I By 1'mtkii j NKW YORK, May -1. Th s.-ppir.; ; effect of Inactivity as a real tighter in j tin-- ring, anil nut in a gymnasium was j shown to the public in true colors a ' short time agro at Philadelphia v !vu I Ilenny Leonard, the great lightweight ' champion of the world, took i n Young ' Joe Porroll of Philadelphia in a six round bout. Leonard won. hands down. ' but ho us given more trouble by this, by. a viiji nter with a lot to jearn. than in any of h!s fights since he be- ; came champion about a year ago. 1 There is a lesson In that hout for j world's champions -csp.ciiliy is t i ; -' ie a lesson i:i it for Jess WiU.ird a he goes on to prepare himself for his first rn I 1 bont since h? v. on the heavyweight, title . fi' -ni Ja.k .lohnson. Jess Willaid has not or. gaged in a bout for mo'-e than a v-.ar. Ho has p.o' e:tgag--d in a hard bout since his b:g (lav n HavEr.a. If a few months inac- , t:v:ty by Tic tiny Leonard has a bad of- I foot on a wonderfully efficient boxer J such as ho is. i; nnpear that Will lr 5 v iM be much less effective than he va j e -. e:i M;,,-n he met Krai'.k M-ri:i in X i . "v , ' '.' ' r.eeo'an? ihe bout bet vei V'i'lrrd ! :.d Mo an. it will h re,Tien:bere,l tbat Wi'.iard hur.g : the enstont of .-t b,iek 5!i I If nmR t!ie chs!lei;ft-er i'o ihe reil h vy fiphtinT of the encounter., bo:!: iuient to stick out his lone left I atri "rl lrt Mcran rtin i. lie won a m-le. but h failed to hurt eloran t- j '! . extent. aPhotiKh t :tc ! fl-.ttrsn b' TT'ie !-rt tlv ri-r with ! 's v.... -, cj" :;p c !n sirlor :i 1 y. 'V. 'T suice there has b"T. HchtinK n-i'J fltsbtins charnpiorx it his b' en a recort-ri-e. fact that to keep in fiRhiii: n-ti'tr.-n it is necessary to k p the nino tr?in.'"l as Veil as the body. A boxer, it se"ms. should ro more expect to !v- cr p. lens while and come hack at th tep of ' is power thnti a nan in another P'a' Any skMiod wo-kman on t-:;fy that h" lo-e.ls n new t ini'o: v hen he lea es his work for a year and hen Roes lev k to it. His hands and brntti an ti-.t c.'-eiiluia'e ii from the jtunpoff. He needs aot.iat pra. tiee in order lo a sain X the hu.lit of ;Yec 1 1 enesF. T'M-re ij a certain si loi piri ' y betueen boxing m a ry;i:nasi.itn and lichtinr in a riv.;. but the mitts use.l .u'e lai;i anil heavy t:i the s mne.shnn. wporo.as tney are small and bard when tilvn in th' riti.t. The spurring partner ioe tils work ill 1 pe d-n'iTurod S"tl of wa. Pe ine vf :v -,irefuI not to hurt a champion ;u:v r.joT iht is necessary. Tht r r,o f.'. lniit like that in the rlns. The c'k 1 ', e:. i,e r is t'r.ere for lnisim.es and he r.oi i'--. t o it to win. Hen -e i'. nry Leonard's recent show ing in IVtiladolphia should he a warning p. .less Wiiiard as he trains for the Iv,' M-jth Krod Fulton. He n.-'ds hard 5 r A .. v .k1 . '"to t 'K , . X Yi . . ' . Sj - xl., , 4 xV .... rt 't ,o I "4 TIGERS OPEN UP iEASDH TDM0RR01 n The I'ast rh.icago Tigers have aRain oran'.ae J for the comin? baseball sea son and will open up a box of tricks Sunday w hen they wi'l cross bats with the To'ish A. T. Jo,. Stnohura. who Risnmn d the Tiers last feason. will u'anpse ; ho i ea ru once more. The T:r-Ts have !rpd Shiner. the snr catcher, and Smith; S'rnnii hfirr-niHU. with thei.e two stars the Ti je ers loo!; like real char, , piotis. J..e Kloek or P.e,.-r v. ill twirl 5tu;ida's am -. The Tipers would like to arrarpre a itimc for Sanday. Tay 1 !V at i:at ch.i ca with any lti-l year old !ase,ali I'lu'i' in Lake cou,y. For sanies writ'1 lo .l..s. Stabv.rK. 7,1 , Walsh ae. Iviit 4i i v. : V it -4 s J t - t e-k" A ii 3 SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS -x i loan io.-. Xorman Ross of Neptune Beach, California. America's champion swimmer, has enlisted in the Unite'! States avir.tion corps. If he is as much at home i:t ttuj air as he is in the water he shoulti develop ir.to an '"ace" within a few months. rs t iH,HE soldier must bo fried m Mi the fire cf Tor centuries GOI.P MEPAl. Tlaprlem Cii has iifn a standard honaehoM tm edv tor kidney, liver, bladder and stom ach trouble, and all diaaa connected" with the urinary organs. The kidneys and bladder are the irost Important or-, fans of the body. Th.ev ar the f.lters. the purifiers of "your b'ocd. If toe pri sons which enter your syste.ni throuph the blood and stomach ,r not entirely , thrown out by th kidneys and b'adder. j your are doomed. j Weariness, aleeplespness, nervnusnesst. ! despondency, backache, stomach trou-j b'e. headache. pa::i in buns 9"d lower j abdomen, pall-atones, graze! diTculty; when urtnatinif. cloudy and bloody u-ine j rheumatism, sciatica end lumbago, all, warn you to look after your kidnevs and blsdder. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are what you need. i They art not a "patent medicine." nor CARPENTIER BOXES WITH AN AMERICAN a ' row d'seoverv " For 2ft0 vars tbey have been a standard hous.-hol.l remedy, 't'hev riv pure, oriina! imr.o-ed Haarlem Oil vonr crea'-irr?nd:iother 1 Part m a sport ueo. no nr perfectly inifii:. Ire healing-, soo'hingr oil soaks into t!i el's and t.ni'nis of t'.ie kidnevs and h rough h-- bladder, driving: cut ihe p-...n-aJi Kertus. ."evv life, fresh strength and j about health will come as v- , continue the' t n, t rest men. Whn cor.-.pb-tei v restored X ! ' ' ' r.xms. niAN'i'i:. jmy 4. oersos Carpenter, far.ious French pugilist, took "inj ;,t u. American imp. d-f. ! 1 1'! a liij;-. raw boned Texan. Alt ii-mli tlie Toan had size. n p; -k- 1 skill, and it to.,t; the l-'r"i: ehi ..a n oni m'li'ite to sottlu him. Tie. won most of the prir.. s. $20,000 House Saes the Big Scrap in St. Paul Last Night; Hot Scraps. ST. TALL. MIN.. Mnv 4 --Jack Dompsey. coast hea vyweiuht. outpidntel i Hilly Mtske of St. Paul in a fast ten round bout bore lust nii?ht. One of the IifKest crowds tint hit attended a! i'lKht here saw the bout. LoriR before the hour for the fleht to 1 start the crowd about the Auditorium j far exceeded the seating capacity of the j house. When the rlo,.r were opened ' the rush was so preat that extra police i were called out to ajj ln handling the fans. By the time the first preliminary was j started evty seat in the house was! taken, and hundreds w-re turned away. Johnny Peluv.i -r of St. F'aul and Mar tin Tiavis. Minneapolis, put up a slash- ! itiar ten-tot; lid light as the semi-windup j of the show. Schauer hit Havis with ! everything but the water bottle, but , Davis was not to be d-.wn-'d. Ills game- ! ness won hint a big hand. It was! Sohauer'. Hi-ht. They weighed in at 134 ; poiilels. J In the first preliminary Jack Wil- liams of St. I'aul and N'iek Kirst fr'unl St. Paul fought a clumsy but hard working six-rounds. Kirst taking four out of six rounds, the other two going to a draw. In the second preliminary, a six round bout of two minutfs each. Tom ' miskey nod John Xwkols. both of S. Paul, f.-utrht a fast bout. i'.. miskey to .k three rounds, but Nn kols n-at ly put l.im out in th. la -.t two rounds. The er-wd f.-i'.or.d Nickols. Wiatlo-r (ondit'.ons were ideal, it b--ing clear and warm. In the ,are.-,-i it was very muggy. The crowd is one f the Hrget that ever nt tended a bout in Pt I'aul. It was a $;.. ftnn bouse. " tested soldier; the tire must be tried in the ro of the road test to be a tested tire. e , : r ' i '' 'l " ,'. . e , m a. - , , . .. y t i- i -J: - S. . -u- " "oi. -P. v i C LJ ii - V i no j ! ..a :.. ;3v,-.-:: av-J si to be a t.fil -; Is battle 1 ,V 4'-3iJiJ.- X L'.-iVSiV-; B a ij 1 hv A.,'a '; yK jyK, ii u r 1 That is the Goodrich idea of a tire. Therefore, Goodrich Test Car Fleets, sin of them, for a year ham mered Goodrich Tires from state to state, putting- them to the read test of rock, sand, and grave!. The tires emerged tested warriors of the road, from a grand milearjs of 4,173,744 tire miles. They triumphed, SILVERTOWN CORDS and BLACK SAFETY TREADS, with an endurance that doubled Goodrich's pride in the structure cf the spiral wrapped, cable-cord tire body, and the tough of the cross-barred, close-clutch non-sldd black safety tread. i: S3 ti : i: ES ica n- yoor usual vigor, connnuo taking a cap sule or two each day: hey will keep vou in condition and prevent a return of the disease. Do not lie a mir.n'.- Del.avs are especlallv dangerous in kidrey -nd blad der touble. All druggists a;i ftOf.n N!iCriI, liaotien- fil 1 at,s;i'.s. Thev wiil reiund the money if not as repre sented. In th-e ct-.o. sealed packages Ask for the original GOLD MEDAL. Ac cept no substitutes. Adv. NOTRE DAME TOPS INDIANA x Tni-: nMi:, i;. .May t. i-r 'he tits' in t-:i y. ars lnd aoa 1'ni- versiiy cltish. '. x, iih X '! r lt uee a:K s;,''-ered a ief. at t . r.le y H to iSTAHDAHDS REIT FOR hew mm j ! Lvery War Sav- icr; Stamp i. n step towards Peace. ftrWh Sr. tfaoet a e-j m 1 a m u 1 - Get this sssured service cf proven service by getting the conoerors of America's roads. Get "America's Tested Tires," and you get long mileage and dependability wherever you take your car. THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY Chicago Branch: 1925 Michigan Ave., Chicago, M. i.xiTS-irr!f Boyfmni Cearirh Deatcn Jcau4 Brcrjrwtora f THE CITY OF GOODRICH - AKRON ttai'i-B'.fSi'.'' V:ofc:Vrr-raVav:i!!V5a'ee'L!trtrjtTU-Tflcv tin:' V..VS3 r: v T5 The Standard A. "". of 1i-t Hammond t.-u. f-nif-mi'-'i for ti,.- season. They wiil line up against the stroi.g Lile-ty A ' of E.ist Chicago. Lid., at Harrison purli at 2:.".0 The Standard's manage,-; and plnvers ar rentidi "t of victory in j this eanoe The l.a't.-rv for this- Tame) is John Stodola and I'.ddie Chmi-deuski. ! Th" Standard'-, w.l! lir.e-up as follows: J Walter Salokvnski. cf: J. 1'iros. cf: J. j Sunday they will present one of the strongest line-upH and one of the fastest teams in the county. Manager Jack Bregma has secured the services of I'd- i die Mum at third. Schwenki at first. (Iftilik will do the twirling while Daskin will take care of the receiving end. MoKula, J. Morris. Keenan. Lott and F. Iooks like he doesn't care whether gets back to the big leagues or not. long as they don't put the fences too far away Sam is likely to have his job on the raeific coast juPt about as long as he can totter to the plati? and face the pitcher. No one ever did seriously accuse Sam MICHIGAN BEATS Mumenthnl will also he seen tn action, j Crawford of being a flash fielder until The Athletics would like to arrange I he got out on the Pacific coat but he's j a game ith some fast team for May all that. now. Easy. ! 12. For games nddiess Morris 'Blum- jenthal. 7.Sl Cedar at.. Indiana Harbor. , MANUFACTURERS DEALS PLAY HAMMOND ''MJ PEES frs r;-..., rrr"-CTmi ft fil ft ij!! E DH K 'H N :Vf.i ti Ssv, How oftt-ii vmi bear the car spoken of and how sel dom the price! It is the quality of thought that sun-omuls it which r.:;ikes I)od;"e Hrotliers success noteworthy. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car. Thf pn'clinf consumption is unusually lottr. Th1 tiro milcase is unusually hir.h. Touring Car or Roadster, ?SS."; Sedan or Coupe, $1330; Winter Tourins: Car or Ro.nlstcr, jn"u. f All prices F. O. P.. Detroit.) I.csocki or J. i'i!''i'ti. -b: Andrew Lvna". :!b: A. Daniels, lb; 11. Ihniko. s; Abx Feder. It': K. Daniels, if; I-;, fhm iel.-uski. c; J. Stodola. p: L. Salcal. p; subs. A. Papuea. I-:. Pia'.ko and J. Uadzitiski. The Standards would like to schedule games for this coming season with teams averaging between 1 f to is y, ars. Please call 7 i G Hammond or write Sam Skufakiss. manager, cor. Columbia and Morton avenues. SI! MARINE" LA BLANCHE, Baseball Season Will Be in Full Blast Tomorrow Afternoon. EHIN Boxer Vho Originated the Pivot Punch and Stopped Dempsay Succumbs. i V 1 .T'- - ; . c riz?:' MUM''li H j? I.AV.'RKN'CK, KAN. M.ay 4. C.eorge La Itlanche. a m idolew e i gl.t boxer. prominent in the days of John L. Sul'.l- ; van. and originator of the famous "pivot punch." died here yesterdax . ! Although La l'.'.a n.-h.-. known in sport- I ing circles as the ilarme. wci;neu only 150 pounds when ln his prime, he met and defeated ."o.n.c of th l,e-t pugil ists of his day. His most historic contest was fought ln San Francisco in 1S89. when he knocked out Jack Dompsey in a thirty-tv.o-round brittle. winning largely through his command of the "1'ivet" btovv. The Mow ;la . 5lnce b-rn barred. Owing to the fact that the big pa triotic K. C. demonstration is to take place tomorrow afternoon Purduhri will I delay starting bis ball game until the parade over. This arrangement will give nil fans an opportunity to either view or take part in the parade and still leave pl.-nty of lime to reach the park before the game is cailed. As stated earlier in the week Ham mond's opponents for the opening game will be "Pinkey" Gray's Idoads with Zwiefka. the big Polish lefthander, do- i ing the mound work and seeley me j eauhing. Manager Ho f man has arrang j ed Hammond's batting order as follows: i Rhode, rf: Knight, ss; Mostil. 2h; Kom- mors, cf: Hofman. lb: Hourke or View. If: I'i-dl-r or Moll. II.; Pdi- or Hud son, c: Hex nobis. P. With the war tax include,! the prieo of bleacher teats will be- 4'ic each and the grandstand .."ic. To avoid any possi ble cong 'sthui at the pox cffic- fan- are re.jueste,! to have the necessary change in their hands when they step up to purchase their tickets. This will enable the ticket sellers to work rapidly and will prevent the fans from being delay ed getting into their seats. LEAGUE READY rr t m LJ.V X The Calumet Manu ftct urcrs' League which has been organized with Pac-'ne Thompson of the I'uiiin.in Car Company as president, will open its season Sat urday. This league promises to b one of the strongest amateur organizations i:i the city, and a successful Summer is looked for. The teams enured are: Western Steel Car Foundry. Whitman & names. Piano Works, IPiJa Works, Pull man Car Company and Sherwin-Williams. MAROONS, 1 TO 0 ANN ARBOR. MICH.. May 4. Mich igan nosed Chicago out. 1 to 9, In a hot ly contested baseball game here ycstei -day afternoon. Ld Ruzioka pitching th1 Wolverines to victory over their ancien rivals. Michigan Ftarted in the first Inning securing its run on Knode's triple and Ohlmacher's single. Chicago threatene 1 many times, but Ruzicka kept hip her.d throughout all the tight places and kept the Maroons away from the plate. SUMMIT. X. J.. May 4. Fredd, Welsh, the former lightweight chaar Pion, narrowly escaped serious lnjwr here yesterday when a tire blew up o. his automobile and the machine crashei into a tree. The machine caught fire and was destroyed, while Welsh and his two companions were cut and bruised He was returning from Long- Hill. wher h.o has been at a health farm for severa" weeks. 91 VIctroIa Records MAY L . T il'i CALLS OF T ti fl Vc MATTY L ST WUMQ - B A EMM El MfUYQ SMIE& 8 Distributors for Hammond, "Wliitinjr, East Chicago and Indiana Harbor. Douglas and Hohman Sts. PHONE 286. Hammond, Ind. ! NEW YORK. May 4 j Fisher of the ih.ysic.al the national wark work T. M. C. A. declared vest ' Y. M. C. A. has been unjustly t ns having appealed without proper au I tliority to t'hri-ty Mnthewson to take j charge of baseball activities among the I American soldiers in France. He pro i duced n copy of a gern ral order issued I from the head ouarters of the American expeditionary force, which read: The Red Cross will provide for the relief work and tbx- Y. M. C A. will provide for the amusement and recreation of the troops. Com manding officers will cooperate with the representatives of these two a gencies. ATHLETICS TO PLAY SCATENAS When the Indiana Harbor Athletics line up against the Scatena Colts next His Legs Not on Fritz NKW YORK. May 4. They said Sam Crawford's legs were on the fritz last .ciiromer Triov- in t Vi i a r-tK r.fcr til Hugh;.- Jennings and his corps of lieu-j tenants in charge f the Detroit Tigers. Since that time Sam has boon sort of I kicking ah.e.it it. fretting a little hit be- cause he didn't just exactly think it was j true. i Sam felt just a little peeved about tt so much in fact that when he was I handed an unconditional release to Dr. George J. which he was entitled he beat if for lep-irtmont of the Pacific Coast League and got him-! council of the j pelf hitched to a minor league- his first ; erday that thejf,n,, jn eighteen yrers. i criticised 1 Just how the change in air. scenery; land fingers has affected Sam is best at- i i te-ed by the betting averages of the ' Pacific Coast League. Sam isn't exactly ' lika A hou Ben. but he comes danged j near it. for his r.;:ni" is about fifth on i the. list and he's going strong. ' And about those legs. Sam's name ap- pears in the public prints out on the ; Pacific coast as a demon tleldT. They write him up regular now for being a . zippy go-gitter. n fielder who can gather , in the home-run smashes with the gl"v- ed hand excellence of a Tris Speaker. and who can peg back to the plate with ! the resounding smcck of a Clarence ; Wr.lker or a George Burns. And they ! don't even mention the fact that Sam's legs have suffered the penalty of too ! much basebal!. Seems like they've for gotten It. or something like that. Sm is terribly cheerful about It. tr: j TO-inch DOUBLE-FACED RECORDS 75c each 13441 Sond Me a Curl O'Hara ATI Aboard lor Homo Svre:t Home James and Shannon Four 1-!42Long Boy Mt-dley One-Step Victor Military Band "ilndianola Fox Trot Victor Military Band 18443 Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Dog-gone Blues Harris ln the Land o' Yarao Yacio Van and Schenck 150 Sweet EffiKhna. My Gal One-Step Markers Orch. j While the Ip.t c -nso is Burning Fox Trot Fuller's Orch. 1S451(lf You Look in Her Eyes E. Spencer-Burr I B1,;o Bird E. 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