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SATURDAY, OCT. C. '.809. '
THE CALUMET HEWS. f 1 Sporting MICHIGAN WANDERS AWAY FROM WESTERN CONFERENCE uterine Board of Regents Repeal Student. Fifty-cent Admission Rule .A Provide Another uosiacie to ....mntion of Athletic Relations Batwecn Michigan and West. Arbor. Midi.. Oct. 1. Action taken by the board of university re VntH this week makes Michigan' re turn to tlio western conference loik further away than ever, uh It makes mi additional difference in rule between .i... vv,.um Ine Institutions and those iii w gl,vimintf tla bl eight. Tho conter- IHV llilmgl lliUKing uue "'ujumuiii charge to athletic events uO cents to cin.l.iitH was repealed by tho regents today, a resolution passing that body i...iin.r the board in control of athliti to permit the athletic asso ciation to raise the maximum to a dol lar f..r university students. Th' rule making the limit llfty cents was adopted by the conference, at the time of the reform cession in tho wln t,r f r.i'."-5. after tho 2 to 0 Mlchl-.in-Chlcagu game. It is thought to have b'eii suggested by l'rofessor l'atteiigill, tho Michigan representa tive to the conference, although with out the approval of Michigan's board of control, it has never been popular litre, though, either with former Ath letic Director Uaird nor with his suc cessor, Mr. Rartelmo. Accordingly,! Director Hartolme was pleased when he li.niil and that the regents had passed the resolution offered by Regent Ileal. "Will the passage of the resolution by the regents allowing you to charge a tl11.tr to .students of the university, result in any change In the manner of handling students' tickets for tho 'big panics?' he was asked. "No. The method now In use was d. vised by Mr. Haird and is very sat isfactory. It Is improbable that we shall take advantage of the leewny giv en as by the regents In nny Instance this year except in the Syracuse game, The price for the other games will re main unchanged." STOP JACK'S GAME. Acting under Instructions from tho rlilef of police, detectives jounced on Jack Johnson's training quarters at Frisco and ordered the champion to flop giving boxing exhibitions with paid admission. The champion hur ried to Chief Cook, saying that he thought he had been discriminated Against, as Kctchel, Papke and others had been allowed to give similar ex hibitions. The chief told tho champion to llle an application for a permit, with the board of supervisors. j .QRANQ Family Tluitre MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS Chinese Wedding. Instantaneous Nerve Power. Hunted by the Cops. ILLUSTRATED SONGSi "Gee! But there's class to a Girl Like You." "My Love For You is Like the Stars That Shine." By J. A, Marshall. Program changes Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 Admission! rjsrvrrrr- n CALUMET W THEATRE U Musical Event of the Season September 28 and 29, Oct- ooer 1,2, 3 and 4 Matinee Daily 3 p. m., Evening 8:30 p. m. SIGNOR LUIGI nd his famous band 45 OF THE WORLD'S BEST MUSICIANS LILLIAN BERRY REID, Soloist Lyrio Soprano, CHANGE OF PROGRAM EACH CONCERT PRICESi Evo. Mat. Pnpiuct .r0 .30 Parquet clrclo 33 .?fl Pirst two rows balcony 3! .20 Palanco balcony 25 .20 alTjr 15 .10 Seat sals at Forster'a News Stand Monday at 8 a, m. III Department M'GOORTY IS READY FOR LONG BOUT WITH KELLY j'.otue .Medoort', accompanied by hi manager, J I Callahan, nnd sparring partner, Jimmy Clubby, Is now en route to .New Orleans, Ii., where Me ijoony tomorrow afternoon will box Hugo Kelly twenty rounds. Looking in perfect health and with confidence Implied In every word nn act. Mcffoorty faces the coming con test with little fear of the outcoint lie realizes that the bout will be the hardest test he has ever had, nnd his knowledge makes him, if anything, mure eager to get Into action. If he beats Kelly, a match with Hilly rapk? for the championship at the Crescent City on Oct. 31 will follow. McGoorty has been training ut Wn verly bench, near Ncenah, Wis., for over three weeks. All of his time has been spent outdors. Ills dally work has been decidedly strenuous. Durln.T the past week he lias been sparring with Chbby 'and the fleet-footed local welter has taught Mco'lorty several tt tho finer points of the game that h" expects to use to ndvantage against the scientific Italian. In addition to dabby, McOoorty has been workln with Hilly Morehead. Jack Hennett and Jimmy Conkey. PIRATES STUDY TIGERS. Manager ! red Clarke is losing no time preparing for the world's chain plonshlp series. Another evidence of his crafty generalship was rccognlz Wednesday In the absence of Leach from the game. I.enrh and others of the IMrate regular crow will drop in nt the American leaders accidentally, of course, but at the same time con veniently enough to size up the team they will play. When Ieach left the citv he said the American champions plav before he returns. Gibson will do likewise Clarke will also watch the Tigers play In the closing games tomorrow nnd Monday. BUG j IN ILL REPUTE. Arthur Raymond, the F.roadway riiijr. arrived in Chicago thin week, having closed his season with the New York ("Slants by mutual agreement. Doth Hugs and the Now York team claim the agreement was a bit more mutual on their part than on tho other. Hugs nd- mlts that he was fined $1,700 during the season and suspended so often he lost count. Also he claims hi salary was J4,.r00. Raymond says ho may pitch a few semi-pro games around Chicago and. avers as follows: "If Me- Craw wants me to pitch In the series against the Roston Red Sox. I'm will ing, but he will have to make tho first move." "When informed of the ultimatum, McCraw said he would sil still the rest of his life If Raymond was likely to return If he moved. "Sports. ffll Sw WILLE AFTER K'JBiAK. John Wllle. the Chicago heavy weight, writes from the Windy City that he will go to Philadelphia In a few- weeks and take on nil opponents. Wille adds that he would like to hook tip with Al Kubiak. IJOU FAMILY THEATRE LOOK WHO'S HERE COMMENCING Mon., Sept. 27 The Great Wanda The lady who has startled both Europe and America The Sensation of Both Continents. She answers from the stage any question the audience may ask her. She tells who you are, your name and what you want to know, without any natural means of knowing. NOTE Questions on love, courtship, marriage, business, money matters, health, lost articles, lost relatives, etc., nro respectfully solicited. MARVELOUS TIERNEY and DOG The World's Greatest ONE ARM RI FLE SHOT AND Canine Wonder Stone and Hayes Singing, Dancing and Tfclking Act Rose Lay ton Singing and Dancing Soubrette Latest Moving Pictures Matinee Daily at 2:30. Admission 10-15c Evening: at 7:30 and 0. Admission 15-2 5c Children's Matinee Sat urday 5 cents Under personal direction of LEE LASSNERf Sole Mgr. TIM HURST'S DARING WON MANY HARD FOUGHT G A M f S Ex-Umpire, Now Passing From Bi Leagues, Terror of the Backstop but Never a Star Player in the Feld Particularly Noted for His Ability as a Sprinter. The exit of Tim Hurst as an umpire from the American league, for a time at b ast, brings to mind that the pugi llstlcally Inclined arbiter Is 'really one of the oldest men In point of contlnu on service who has been connected with either of the major leagues. Tim vtartcd as a ball player at least a quar ter of a century ago, perhaps longer lie was not a particularly brilliant star at the ball tossing act, but h could run. In fact, he was a sprint of no mean ability, being n professional runner, and therein lay his worth to the club of which he was a member, Tim and Jack Ktlvetts, the once fa mous twlrler of the I'.oston National team, were boys together at Ashland Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania. They went to school together when they wen not playing "hookey." History states that they, as youths, picked slate to (tether In the coal breakers. Our friend Tim was utilized In the field, where his sprinting abilities wen useful In chasing down illes, while his team, Ashland, was on the defense Hut It was while he and his fellow balllsts were at the bat that Tim's nimbleness of foot stood his club In good stead. In those days It was per tnlsslble for a batter to have a substl tute runner or even cover the distance from the plate to first base. The cap tain of the team had the right to select the substitute runner at all times without even getting the approval of the captain of the opposing club. Thus Tim was constantly doing the dashing along the lines, and It is recorded In many of the old score books which are held as treasures in the coal region that the man who has since earned a wide reputation as an umpire pilfered basts with a daring that would make the present day fun sit up and take notice. "MATTY" WANTS $10,000. A rumor to the effect tat Piteer Ma- thewson Intends to quit the (Hants af ter this year has been denied emphati cally by the great boxman. Matty says he will go back to the Insurance business next winter, but there Is no Intention to leave the diamond Just yet. Ho Is naturally eager to earn as much money as possible and It will not bo at all surprising if he demands a salary of $10,000 for next season. In view of the fact that Mathewson Is the mainstay of the ("Slants, his friends say the New York club can well afford to pay him whatever salary he demands, for without his services the ("Slants would have a difficult time keeping pace with the leaders. It Is thought. Mathewson Is not unreasonable, neith er Is he a trouble maker. He has nev er attempted to hold up the New York cluJ) and has been satisfied with his ast contracts. Hut ho says hlmsctf that the time is not far distant when he will lose Ids effectiveness nnd that he Is anxious, therefore, to make haV while the sun shines. NORTHWESTERN PICKING MEN. Five men have now been picked as sure players on the Northweste rn team and will go Into the Initial game teiday against Illinois We-sloyan. The five fortunate ernes are Captain August. left tackle; Manley, left half back; Ward, tight guard or right tackle; Thomp son, full bark and Jacobson, riht end or right ncklc. WAITING FOR SERIES. Local Baseball Bugs Anxiously Awaiting Detroit-PitUburg Games. Interest In tho closing frames of the National nnd American, league has diminished to an appreciable extent, nnd the fans nro waiting with baited breath for the opening of the series of gnmes between the Detroit and Tltt- burg teams which Is to determine the world's championship for another yenr, It Is not expected that many of the local followers of the game will bo nble to see the world's series this yenr ns the railroad rates to nttsburg are almost prohibitive. Large crowds of Calumet supporters of the Tigers have nightly nwnlted the reports from the American league games especially those In which De troit nnd Philadelphia have had a part For the past few days since Detroit has had the pennant practically cinch ed. the Interest In the coming world's series has steadily Increased. As In all parts of the United States, In Calu met. TMtshurg seems to be picked to win the series though the local fans would gladly have It otherwise.. This feeling Is largely based on the fact that Detroit hns made such a mis ernhle showing against tho Chicago Cubs the past two seasons. However, there nre those who claim that the Cubs simply have lt on the Tigers, and thnt' Jennings' men will give a good Account of themscJves In the six games with the Plrntes. That the White Six easily defeated the Cubs In the world's series three years ngo Is cited as proof thnt the tenms of the American leagu nre In no wlso Inferior to those of'the National organization. Hoth tho D rates nnd the Tigers have the reputa tion of heavy hitters, nnd the team that stacks up best ngalnst strange pitchers Is likely to win. Though there Is more nttsburg than Detroit money In sight there Is no disposition locally to give odds on the Pirates. In the last three years Pennsylvania hns lost two nnd tied one game with th Carlisle Indians. One of the changes nt Trlncefon this fall hns been the placing of Inst year's fullback Dawson nt quarter hnck. BADGERS' TACKLING DUMMY LOST AND CAH'T BE FOUND Madison, Wis., Oct.' 2. Much us tho Wisconsin football need practice In tackling, there will be no instruction In that department of the game until Athletic Director Hutchlnx returns to Madl-on. Winn the p.tos piad put away their football toj last fall and the coaches packed up the parapherna lia that goes to make a football team, the tackling dummy was niisplnc i and nobody has been able to locate ,t up to elate. Coach 1 tarry lias be. n anxious to Ret his men to work In the tackling department of the gnio but lie ban been loathe to rnn the risk of broken bones and bruised muscles that are sure to follow any attempt on the part of the men to pick up the art of stopping their fellow players be fore they have had a swing at dum my. Coach Harry would have bought a new dummy before this time; but Di rector Hutehins Is the only man at the university who has authority to make out requisitions and orders for ath letic material, and th" Itadgep squad must wait the return of the director from a business trip in the .north be fore the return of the director from a business trip in the north before they can begin to master the Intrncacics of the all Important branch of football learning tackling. Manager McC.uiro of the Cleveland team, is trying out a big bunch of youngsters. The St. Louis Nationals wll do th lt 1!10 spring training at Little Hock Arkansas. French has been playing fine ball for the Itoston Red Sox since he took Wagner's place. The Montgomery team finished the Southern league season stroncr. win ning 1.-, of the last 17 games. Dick Carroll of the Akron. ().. team nnd star pitcher of the e. and P. league, will wear a -New York High lander kilt next season. Washington fans will welcome Jim my McAleer with open arms if he will only leave all his St. Louis players in their home town. A total of 117.208 fans witnessed th. last four games at Philad. Iphia be tween the Tigers and the Athletics. Now Connie Mack can buy that fur cap that he has ben wanting so long. Around the American association circuit they say that Stmnk of the Milwaukee team Is th"' fastest base runner In the world. He flays center field and Is booked to po to th" Athlet ics next year. P.ert Harry, captain .if the Syracuse eleven, is n brother of Tom Harrv. Hrown's old halfback and present coach nt tho Northwestern university. Horse Recovers Lost Form JACK M'KERRON. A disappointment early in the reason. Jack McKcrron, whom many tipped for top honors in the M. and M. nt Detroit In otKning the grand circuit, seems to be just rounding into shape In the tail end of the campaigning The Bos'un II. JlJ h 'w After a rather disappointing season tho I tos' u n came to the front at Syra cuse the other day and won out In the 2:14 pace', taking1' the evert l" . . BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. W. L. V;x. Pittsburg io; 40 .-,:? Chicago yj 47 .07S N. w York :H .13 Cincinnati 7.'. 71 .T.03 Philadelphia 7 7''. AlJ'i .St. i.ouia 51 Pi'ooklyu 44 lcij .nun Jiostoii 41 ;04 .h'i American League. W. I.. Pet. Detroit 'jT r,4 .(',4 J Philadelpbla j;i :.s .;ig Jioston 'jn 1,1 Chicago 7K 7:j ..'.lti New York 7:t 7", .4!hj C'. vt land 7o SI .403 St. Louis Co .4U3 Washington 4- 113 .J71 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. National League. Pittsburg at Chicago. Philad. 1 hia at NYw York. St. Louis at Cincinnati: lioston at J'.rooklyn. American League. Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. New York at Jiostoii YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. Cincinnati 6; St. Louis 5. Cincinnati, ( . net. 2. Laudermilk's wil.lness was responsible for the de feat of St. Lmiis yesterday. It. II. K. Cincinnati . . . .0 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 x fi 9 2 St. Louis . . . .00 0 0 I) 0 2 0 0 2 5 14 2 Catteries: Caspar and Clark; Lau dermilk and Phelps. American League. Boston 9; Detro.t 6. P.oston. Mass.. Oct. 2. I'.oston de feated Detroit in a free hitting game yesterday, Wolter and Speaker mak ing home runs. It. 11. H. Koston 1 1 r 0 0 0 a 2 x 9 17 2 Detroit 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 06 18 3 Ilattcrics: Harger and Donahue; Spear and Casey. Chicago 4; Philadelphia 3. Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. 2. Chicago won the season's series from the home team, 12 to 10. U. H. R Philadelphia . .0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 03 12 4 I'.iicajro 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 oi i a Hatteries: Pender and Lapp; olm stcad and Sullivan. New York 6; St. Louis 0. New York, Oct. 1'. The' locals ended their home season by twice defeating M-ason. jack McKcrron was a winner at Hartford and again at Syracuse He should cop in Columbus events and if so can make his way to a good place among the money winners of 1909 de spile his bad start. straight heats. Lng Shot Cox was her driver In this winning race. The pos'un is a bay gelding by Alkalalone-Castan. ra, dam by Pistachio. i Louis. K. 11.11 New York 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 lx C 1J 2 St. Louis oo u 0 M it 0 o 7 1 Hatteii.s: Warliop nnd Sweeney; Kusel and Slediciis. New York 11; St. Louis 4. it. J 1. 1:. N. w York 4 0 0 0 2 j x 11 14 3 St. Louis 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 'J 3 ll.uteiies: Carroll. ('jlnti and Itlair; Cilligari and Stephens. Washington 4; Cleveland 2. Washington. D. C, Oct. 2 The lo cals made it three straight from Cleveland. K. II. H. Wudi'tnii . . . .1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 X 4 6 2 Cbveland . . . . 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 . 0 2 'J 3 Hatteries: Walker. Hardy and Kll llf.r; Abies. Hlgnlns and Easterly. TO RETAIN MOLL Milwaukee K-n Wil Head the W.-l. League Again. The Wisconsin-Illinois league circuit will remain as heretofore, provhbd the varlou.e chili v.in rs 1 est gu.iranteis to fulfill their part in attendance irc.-ipts by Nov. 1. This agn-ement was reached at the annual meeting of the b-ague directors thia week. Charl.-s I'. Moll will remain us league president. The rumors of a fight on this question resulted In a mere squab ble. The bubble Of rebellion WIS pricked St once when every owner but one decided In favor of Moll. According to reports the last season has been a fairly successful one. A few slight change s will be made In the constitution, and a committee of three will hi' appointe-d t.i draft the proposal revisions. LEGAL NOTICES. Oct. 2, J. 1C, 23. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of suld court, held at the probate .office, in the Village of Houghton in said county, on the 30th day of September, A. D. liovj. Present: Hon. Ce-o. C. . Bentley, Judge of probate. In the matter of the estate of Anna K. Sorenson, deceased. Edward Sore nson having filed in sal I court his petition praying that the administration of said estate be granted to himsedf or to s me other suiable person. It is ordered that the 27th day of October, A. D., 19't'.t. at ten o'clock in the- forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition. It Is further ordered, that public n..ike thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, oneu each week, for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of h-aring. In the Calumet News, a newspaper prlnt'd N. REDING & SONS NORTH FIFTH ST. RED JACKET, MICH. Confidence is not gained in a day. nor a year, and is too valuable an as set to be lightly treated. By proper attention to strict and honorable busi ness methods we have gained the confidence of our customers," and we do not propose to forget it by any im proper practice in conducting our busi ness. Are you alive to the possibilities of humbug in the clothing business? Yoo Are It is in your power. You can avoid taking this chance, we will help you. A comparative test will prove to you that the Garson-Nieyer Rochester, New York Suits and Overcoats Are better by far for workmanship and style than most clothing that is sold in thia town. Confidence and circulated In said county. CEO. C. HUNTLEY", (Sell) Judge of Probata. A true copy. (Jeo. I). Freeman, Register of Probata. Ollrle-n & Lefjeridre. Attorneys for Petitioner. Ilusiness Address: Laurlum, Michigan. Sept. 2f; Oct. 2. 0. lfi. STATE OP MICHK3AN, The. Proba'v Court for tho County of Houghton At a session of Balel ceiurt held nt the Probate Office in the; Village of Hough ton in said county on the rird day (.f September. A. D., H'09. Present: lion. Ceo. C. Ih-ntley, Judu of Probute. In the matter of the estate of Jo seph Vldmar, dece ase el. Mle haed Klobuc he-r administrator of said estate having filed In said court his pe tition praying that th" time for the preH'-ntatl n of c laims against said estate be limited and that a time ati l plac e- apt cjinte d to re c e ive, e xamine un l adjust all claims and demand against said deceased by arid before said court. It I ordered. That four months from this date be allowe-d for creditors ?o present claims against said estate: It Is further e.rder.d that the 27th day of January, 1910, at te n o'c lock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be- and Is hereby appointe d for tlm ex amination und adjustment of all claims and demands against "aid deceased, and that notie-e t hereof be- given by pub lication once each we-ck. fr throe? suc cessive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In the Calume t Ne ws, a news paper printed and circulated In said county. (Seal). GEO. C. P.ENTLET, Judge of Probate. A true copy. Ceo. D. Fre eman, Registe r of Probate. NOTICE OF PALE OF REAL ES TATE. NOTICE IS HEREIiY GIVEN, That by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias is sued out of the circuit court for tho kcounty of Houghton In favor of Ed ward M. Lleblcin against the goods, chattels and real estate of Hans O. Ilans.-n and Charles O. Hansen, co partners or either of them In said county, to mo directc.l and delivered, I did. on th-.- 13th day of July. A. D. 1909, levy upon and take all the right, title and inte rest of the said Hans O. Hansen In and to the following de scribed lund. to-wit: Lots thirty-six (36) and thirty-seven (37) in block thirteen (13) in the Sec ond addition to the Village of Calu met, (now called Laurlum) according to the recorded plat of said Second addition, now on file in the office of the Register of Deeds for said Hough ton county, together with the uppur-tenance-s thereunto belonging, all of which I shall expese for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse ut Houghton. In said county, that bedng the place of holding the Circuit court within said county, on the 11th day ef November, A. D. 1909, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon. Dated Sept. 21. 1903. WILLIAM H. VIVIAN. Jr. First Deputy Sheriff. Countersign, d: CALHRAITH & M CORMACK. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Ilusiness nddress: Calumet, Mich. Sept. 2.".; Oct. 2-9-16-23-30; Nov. C. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet&HecIa Mn'g Co. Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses cn Co. Land) who haw rooms) to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise in thle Mluma without any expense. FOR 8 ALE. FOR SALE Fiv room house and barn. 373 Caledonia st. FOR SALE House J47 "C" FUR SALE No. SOU 0cmoU Roid small house, cheap. FOR 8ALR-Hom, No. iJ CaJodonia street. Albion. FOR SALE I Mom house No. 8044 Swedetown rota. Apply on premise. FOR SALJ5 !40 MB" street. Raym bault. x FOR SALE Lot I, block S Woivfrtna St., Florida. Apply l Mrs. Chapman's hoarding house, 12S Karsa,rs;f Street, South. FOR SALE Sli room house No. 4SI Albion. Apply on premises or d a tL offioa, , FOR SALE 312U Tunnel St. FOR SALE 9 room house. Ne. 424S 10th St. Yello'v Jacket. X FOR SALE House His H-la trevt. FOR SALr? House No. 3133 Tunnel street, Sw edeto n. x FOR SALE Four roein eottugn. 2203 Middle street. Calumet. z FOR SALE House No. 434S Yellow Jacket, Cone st. FOR SALE 4 room ho:o, No. 49.13 behind Calumet dam. Inquire within. X K ) rV 1 T r! I i '.e