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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909.
THS CALUMET NEWS I SPORTING MIGHiGAN AND CHICAGO HAY MKT ON GRIDIRON IN I9I0 Stagg Intends to Book Wolverines for RattU Next Season Followers of the Two Schools Think Annual Con. test Will Be Renewed Michigan May Go Back Into Conference. Chicago, Nv. "ti- 'oaeh A. A. staug l planning a shake-up la his traditional font Im II schedule-, and the maroon tollu n iilrt arc promised some tin l!lrs I" tho way of new games ...Yt m-ason. Two big eastern teams an expected t.j appear against; the nii.iwuv warriors, while Michigan is also a possibility, It was h urncil yes t relay at the maroon campus. Cornell and Chlcagei nttcr tying this year and last at 0 to C, will meet again unless unfeire'secn entanglements (iceiir, and tho oilier eastern "dark iti" l.t Ilkelv to be clioHen from among West I'oinl the Navy, I'cnnsyl ...ni.i and Itrnwn. The next month inohahly will wu the new game-s ar landed. Michigan's relation to the Chicago c, ii. ilule will not bo determined at Miee, hut It Is the opinion of alumni ef the two schools that there is an unasually good chance for a renewal (,f the Cbb-agei-Wolverine contest Graduates of hoth schools have come out strong for the game. Refuses to Talk of Game. Coach Stagg declined to discuss the prospects of a Michigan game, though ...liniitlnir that there would ho no trouble If the maie and blue institu- t i i ii should como Into the conference i.nce more. Whether the two Hchools can agree on a battle as conditions nro now and whether Michigan will . i k readmlHsIon to the conference next June nre the two main much iie.n3 now. according to the alumni and athletic officials. Manv of tho followers of the two Hchools are Inclined to think the 'hl cago-Michlgan game will bo se-hed vied. Michigan's siu-cess In getting a rame with Minnesota this year was legarded us an opening wedge to i renewal of relations with the confer nee, and na the game Is sure to bo the gnat event of the season, It Is thought the officials may come round and agree to terms. Chance for Many Games. Coach Stagg has Invitations from Pennsylvania, Drown and the Navy remaining over from this year. Cor nell has not been officially scheduled, but Coach Stagg admitted that a third contest was likely. The Chicago-Cornell relations have been pleasant all around, and the maroons would dis like to lose another chance at the Ithacans. Minnesota and Chicago have no written contract for a game- next year, uceording to Coach Stagg. This is always the case between the two nchools, however, and the game Is considered sure. Illinois, Wisconsin and Northwestern nro fixtures' on Chicago's schedule, but there is a chance that either Purdue or Indiana or both may be dropped. If "Jimmy" Sheldon leaves Indiana a game with the Ilooslers will be un likely, It is believed at the Midway. Purdue has been uncertain for the last three years, and the rooters be lieve the school will be passed up this lime, leaving room for the new east ern contest or the possible Michigan battle. Not Sure of Schedule. "I cannot say definitely what next year's schedule will be," said Coach Stagg. "It Is entirely probable that a considerable shift will bo made in tho teams played, though no action of this sort has been taken as yet. The Cornell authorities have not ask ed for another game so far, but I think a game probable." Tho maroons are undecided about their chances for next year. The freshman team failed to show any big stars, and the fact that Minnesota is known to have the rosiest kind ef prospects looks bad to the Midway eye. Chicago lost heavily, and Stagg will have to build practically an en tirely new team. The Cat Came Down. In the suburbs of Halelgh, N. C, a cat climbed a tree and became fright ened and would not descend again. A boy went up to bring her down and fell and broke an aim. A second boy then went up, and he fell and broko a leg. A third tried it on and fell and broke three ribs. Then the cat came down and ran away. BJ Family Theatre Men Pictures EVERY DAY ALSO Latest Illustrated Songs Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 Admissions ZSit NEW PRIZE RING RULES ARE PROPOSED BY JOE CHOYNSKI Former Pugilistic Star Has Outlined Revision of Old Regulations - Referee Would B Given More Pow er as Third Man in Arena Wants New Rules to Govern Coming Fight. Joe Choynskl, one of tho cleverest heavyweights in the ring a dozen yeurs ago, says the proposed light between JelfrloH and Johnson should be irov- cincd by a set of revised rules and he has taken the trouble to draw up a code which he thinks will be accep table to both men. Choynskl's rules follow: 1 To be a fair stand up boxing match in a 2-1 -font ring or as near that size us practicable. No wrestling, hugging, heeling. butting or Kouging allowed. 3. The rounds to be of three mln- utcH duration and one minute between rounds. 4. If cither man is knocked down he must get up unassisted Inside of ten seconds, the other man meanwhile to move about ten feet away so as to give the man who is down a chance to arise. When the fallen man is on his feet the round Is to be resumed and continued until the three minutes have expired. If tho man who has been knocked down falls to be on his feet Inside of tho ten seconds allow ed the referee shall give his decision in favor of the other mnn. 5. A man hanging on the ropes In a helpless state with his toes off the ground shall be considered down. C. No seconds or any other persons rxcept the principals and the referee shall be allowed In the ring during the rounds. Any second or other per son entering the ring during tin rounds shall bo ejected and the content shall rontlue, and no foul allowed on that account. 7. Should the contest be stopped by police Interference the referee has full power to render a decision. 8. Five ounce special gloves, fur nished by the club, to be used In all contests. 9. Should a glove hurst or come off tho referee shall order both men to their coiners, where the glove or gloves must be fixed to the satisfaction of the referee. The time consumed in replacing the glove or gloves shall not be counted as part of the time of the round. 10. A man on one knee Is consid ered down and If struck Is entitled to the decision. 11. Only boxing shoos, regulation style, with either chamois, elkskln or rubber soles allowed. 12. Hitting in the breakaway is per mltted. 13. "When the referee orders the men to break, they must obey instant ly and release each other at once 14. The official timekeeper of the club shall only tlmo tho rounds and the rests between rounds, and the ref eree shall be the only one to time and count on knockdowns, in any manner deemed best by him. 1.'). If, in the opinion of the referee, the contestants are "faking," he may declare the bout "no contest," in which event the club need not pay the purse or any part of it. 10. If a contestant commits a foul which, in the opinion of the referee, is unintentional and does not Incapaci tate ills opponent from continuing, he shall be warned, but If the foul Incapa citates his opponent from continuing or, In the opinion of tho referee, de stroys his chances of winning, ho shall he diseiunlilled. 17. If a man commits a deliberate foul he shall be Immediately disquali fied and shall receive no part of the purse. 18. If, In the opinion of tho referee, n bout becomes dangerous to one iu the contestants or an Immediate knockout seems unavoidable ho mny stop the bout and render his decision. 19. If a second throws up tho sponge when It Is apparent to the referee that the principal can continue and have a chanco of winning the contest shall not be stopped, but the second so offending shall be ejected from the building and not allowed to act as second at any future time be fore any club. 20. Any controversy arising between CALUMET THEATRE One week, commen- O O cing Monday, Nov. & & FRANK E. LONG CO. HEADED UY Frank E. Long AND Nana Sullivan Presenting tho latest up-to-date plays and advanced vaudeville. TO-NIGHT "A MOTHERS LOVE" t Popular prices, 10c, 20c and 30c. Special children matinee Fri day and Saturday. Seats 10-J, children; 20o adults. FOOTBAIL GAMES; NOTRE DAME AND MARQUETTE TIE Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 26. Nothing to nothing wus the result of yesterday's football battle between Murqui tie and Notre Dame universities for the foot ball championship of the west. In one of tho most, desperate buttles ever fought on a western gridiron, the teams battled for two thirty-live minute halves. The game ended with the ball a sennt ten yards on the Marquette nd of the Held. In Marquette's pos session. At the beginning of tho second half Marquette was playing constantly lu Notre Dame territory, but near the end of this half Notre Dame managed to head most of the play in Mar quette's end of the Held. Many chan ges of players were made as the game neared the close, but the contest was practically without Injury to any of the players. The first half was a succession of Interchanges of the ball from one team to the other with frequent punting. Neither team was long gains. Penalties were frequent for rough playing. In the second half Marquette played for several downs In Notre lame tt r rllory and It looked as if Marquette would surely score. Fighting in the shadow of their own goal, however, Notre Dame gradually pushed the ball back. The Marquette men played as desperately with their goal In danger as Notre Dame had doiie In similar circumstances. Football Summary. Lake Forest 17; Dcpauw 3. Drake 11; Ames 0. Knox 17; Lombard 11. Notre Dame 0; Marquette 0. Des Moines college 11; Pennsylvania college 8. Hose Polytechnic 57; Franklin col lege 17. Uuth r college' 12; Wabash 0. Culver Military 29: Ohio Northern university 0. Mllllken university 17; Shurtlcff col lege 15. South Dakota school of mines C; Crelghton n. Carlisle 32; St. Louis 0. Nebraska 5; Haskell 10. Missouri 12; Kansas 0. Denver 29; Colorado college 0. Washburn 0; Kansas State Agricul tural 40. Ohio State 22; Kenyon 0. Michigan Agricultural 31; Detroit Athletic club 0. Pennsylvania 17; Cornell 0. University of Pittsburg 0; Pennsyl vania State 5. Good Idea. What a. lot of time we would avo If we could forgot what others might Bay but never do say. contestants through dlffernt interpre tations of the foregoing rules by each or relative to points neit covered by these rules shall be decided by the referee, and his decision shall be final and binding on both contestants ns well as on th'ir soeemds and others connected with them in any capacity whatsoever. 21. Any principal, second or time keeper who wilfully violates any of these rules shall be debarred from act ing in the capacity of principal, sec ond or timekeeper in future. 12. The foregoing rules shall be con sidered part of the articles of agree ment between the contestants, with each other and with the club before which they are to box. In the Marquis of Queensbcrry code there ure 12 rub s. In Choynskl a code Rule's 1, 2, 3, 4. r, 9 nnd 10 nre prac tically taken from the Queensbcrry rules, though more clearly defined. Taken as a whole, the Que'ensberry rules nro out of date and Choynskl's substitution Is worthy of note, accord ing to many followers of pugilism. The National Sporting club of IiOiidon has recently adopted new rules of its own framing and has passed the Queens bcrry code up for all time. 143 IN ONE GAME. That Many Runs Scored in Game Played in the Sixties. An old newspaper clipping from a Richmond paper back in the middle 'HO's tcl!a of a baseball game between the Nationals of Washington, D. C and the Colons of Richmond. The score of tin. game was 1 43 to 11, but the chief Interest centers around the way the team was entertained by the Virginians in comparison with the businesslike methods of today. The article reads as follows: "At the conclusion of the game the Na tionals were escorted to their hotel, where they rested from their exertions of the afternoon and at a o'clock as sembled In the supper-room of the P.al- lard houso to partake of a banquet tendered them by the I'nion club. "At 10 o'clock the members of the National and Union clubs, one of each locked arm-in-arm, together with In vited guests, entered the spacious din ing room, where- there wus presented to the eye such a feast as the pro prleturs of that hotel know so w-!l how to serve out. hamiiagno was the chief beverage. "Captain Donley of the Union club arose and tendered the champion ball. which the Nationals had won, to Mr. Williams of the Nationals, who had been selected to rcprcsi nt thut club. Mr. Williams responded in an appro prlate manner, alluding to the hand some style In 'which they. had been received and the gnat good feeling which prevailed during the progress of the contest "The Kleventli Infantry band that had been serenading the visitors out side the hotel, was called In and made things lively for the rest of the evening. "The two teams were made up as follows: "Nationals Parker, second has'; Fox, third base; McLean, catcher; perthong, eenterfleld; Smith, short stop; llodgees, first base; Junes, right- field; Studley, left Held; Williams, pitcher. "Unions Dooley, pitcher; Evans, catcher; Handle, first base; Tinkles, shortstop; Castello, rightfie Id; Hough ton, eenterfleld; Heniiett, second baso; Fnierlck, third base; Scaren. leftfield. "Thirty-four runs wei" made by the Nationals in the third Inning and 30 In the ninth. The game required three hours and 4") minutes to play." ALL-WESTERN TEAMS. Some of Those Selected Very Good and Others Very Odd. Tho All-Westerns are now In full blossom and bloom. Some of the-m are! good, some rather odd. ami some not even that. )(Thov Is a e him of them; ( 'hh-ago Examiner l'age, Chicago, right end. Walker, '.Minnesota, rlht tackle. Hutzcr, Illinois, right guard. K.irnum, Minnesota, center. Ilenbrook, Michigan, left guard. Osthoff, Wisconsin, left tackle, Anderson, Wisconsin, left end. Mc(!overn, Minnesota, epiarler. A Herd ice.; Michl'ln, right half. Itosenwald, Minnesota, left half. Vaughn, Notre Dame, fullback. Chicago Kvenlng Post Dean, Wisconsin, left end. Walker, Minnesota, left tackle. lluter, Illinois, left guard. Farnum. Minnesota, ce nte r. ISenbroek, Michigan, center. Osthoff, Wisconsin, right guard. l'age, Chicago, right end. McOovern, Minnesota, ejuarter. Crawley, Chicago, It ft half. Magidsohn. Michigan, right half. Vaughan, Notre Dame, fullback. Conference Team Dean, Wisconsin, left end. Walker, Minnesota, left tackle. Dutzer, Illinois, left guard. Farnum. Minnesota center. Wash, Northwestern, right guard. Osthoff, Wisconsin, right tackle. Page, Chicago, right end. McOovern, Minnesota, epiarterback. Crawley, Chicago, left halfback. Itosenwald, Minnesota, right halfback. Pickering. Minnesota, fullback. Chicago Dally News Had vnacher, Minnesota, right end. Walker, Minnesota, right tackle. Putzer, Illinois, right guurd. Farnum, Minnesota, center. Ilenbrook. Michigan, left guard. Osthoff, Wisconsin, left tackle. Dean, Wisconsin, left end. Page, Chicago, quarterback. Roscnwnld, Minnesota, left half back. Allerdlce. Michigan, rlsht halfback. Worthwlne. Chicago, fullback. Chicago Tribune Ixan, Wisconsin, left end. Walker .Minnesota, left tackle, llutzer, Illinois, left guard. Farnum, Minnesota, center. Mackmlller, Wisconsin, right guard. Dutter. Indiana, riuht tackle. Page, Chicago, right end. McOovern, Minnesota, left half back. Pickering, Minnesota, fullback. MICHIGAN MAY GO WEST. Yost to Take Wolverines to California for New Year's. Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 20. Coach Yost and Manager U.irtclmo an ready to lav before the maize and blue faculty a pressing Invitation t take the Wolverines to Pasadena, Cal., for a game on New Year's day against one of the Intermounlain universities, probably that of Utah. Michigan's claims to the western championship as the result of the vic tory, 1." to 0. over Minnesota, an disputed by Notre Dame and thou sands of adherents of that great ele ven from South Rend. Coach Yost, however, claims the western championship for the Wolver ines and adds: "There is no question that the con ference teams were rather weak. Most of them were troubled bv what the critics call 'paper lines.' Minnesota out-classed the other conference eh ens, but the great nun of the Gophe-r back field were unable to gain consist ently against the Michigan defense. "It will be all right to put down Notre Danie as n claimant for western championship honors because the South Le nd eleven de-fe-atd us. Notre Dame does not niiiuoach the conference teams In eligibility rules." SAM WOULD MEET JOHNSON. Lannford's Manager Offers Johnson $10,CCO if He Will Fight. Pittsburg, Nov. 26. Jack Woodman manager of Sam Langford, who fought Mike Schre-ck here, has not given up hope of getting Johnson's signature to a Bet of tight articles. "When Jeffrie s and Johnson get to gether In New York on Dec. 1 to con siib-r the bids for their cetming fight,' said Woodman, "I will redouble my efforts to tret Johnson and Langford together. At that time I will post ?.",0ii0 with responsible parties, and If Johnson will hnn up I will add $"1,000 to this sum, the entire nrnount to go as a side bet at the prevailing odds. LEGAL NOTICES. Nov. 12. 1H, 26: Dec. 3. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a se ssion of said Court, held at tho probate ofTlcn in the village of Houghton in said c-ounty.on the 10th day of November, A. D. 1900. Present, Hon. Geo. C. Hentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of John Hakli. deceased. Elizabeth Hakli having filed In said court her pe tition praying that the d minlstration of said estate be granted to Joseph Gaberson or to some other suitable person, It is Ordered. That the Sth day of Dec-ember, A. D. 1 ), at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office be nnd Is hereby appoint! for hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once each week for three suecsslve weeks previous te said day of . hearing-, in The Calumel News, a newspaper printed and circu lated in said county. GEO. C. RENTLEY. (Real) Judge of TrobaU. A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. Nov. 5, 12. 19, 2C. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Frobute court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at thu Probate office In tt.e village of Houghton in said county on the 27i.li day ef October, A. D., PJ09. Present: Hon. Oorge C. IJentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of th estate of Paul Iio.lch, de-ceased. Paul Sehneller having lib-d in saldj court his petition praying that trie time for the presentation of claims against said estate be limited and tha time and place be appointed to re ceive, examine and adjust ull claims Hid demands against said d ceased by nnd Is -fore said court- It Is ordered; that four months from this elate be all we d for creditors to pn-se-nt claims acainst said estate'. It Is further ordered that the 10'h .lay of February, 1910 at ten dcM'K In the forenoon, at said Probate of fice, be nnd is hereby appointed for the exuinlnutlem and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased, nnd that notice thereof bo Klven by publication once each week for three succe-sslve weeks previous to eald day of hearing, i5 tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. (Seal.) GEO. C. P.ENTLEY, Judge of Probate. GEO. D. FREEMAN. Register of Probate. Nov. ID, 2R; Dee. 3, 10. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate court for the county of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at tho ,i-iil.:it .iTlc in the village of Houghton, In said county e.n the Isth day ef November, A. D., l.0!t. Present: Hem. George C. Rentley, Judge of probate. In the matter of the estate of Dip ga!d McKlnnon, deceased. Angus McKlnnon and John D. McKlnnon executors havinfl fil-d in said court their final ad ministration account and thel. final administration account nnd their petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment nnd distribution of the residue of said es tate, according to the terms f th" will of Dugald McKlnnon, cb'ceased. It Is ordered that the lfith day of December A. D., 1000, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate oillce, be and Is hereby appointed fer exam ining and allowing said account and heariiv; said petition. It Is further ordered, that public no tice thereof be given by publication nt n f not of thU order, once each week, for three successive weeks pre ess David Armit ' AGENT Mthw ' Llf Fire AccHt !! Plst Gins INSURANCE Riolitt Bib.. Laoriam Phone 266 FOR SALE 8-room houso and bath, stone foundation, situated 310 Osceola St., at a bargain if taken at once. Superior Trust Company Hancock, Midi. Capital $150,000 Thb? company la unJer Uu super, lslon of the state hank ing department and Is author Iced by law to act as executor, administrator, guardian, m r.Ijnee, receiver or trust. C A. Wright, Prea'dont, . .. ... Jacob Baer, Treasurer, M. C. Gttchell. Seo'stary. A CASE IS NEVER JUDGED UNTIL IT'S TRIED Try a case of our bottled beer. You're the Judre. Quality and purity are two factors of first Importance In every thing that you drink. You ret the hiehest quality and absolute purity whenever you drink our beer. It Is rlcli, finely flavored and healthful, and the bet Summer beverage that Is made. ?psl (life vlous to said day of hearing, In th Calumet News, a newspaper printed nnd circulated in said county. OEO. C. UENTLEY, (Seal) Judge of Probate. A true copy. Oi:o. D. FREEMAN, , Register of Probate. MaeDonald & Kerr, Attorneys for Estate. Nov. 19. 2C; Dec. 3, 10. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The? Probate Court fur the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the Village of Houghton, In said county, on the ICth clay of Novemlx r, A. D. 1909. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Rentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Eliza J. Gundry, deceased. Emma Knoeptler having filed In said court he-r final administration account, and her pe tition praying for the allow ance the-nof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of said estate, It is Ordered, That the 13th day of Dee-ember, A. D. 1909, at ten o'clock In the- forenoon, at said probate office, bo and is here by appointed for examining and allowing said account and h'-arlng said petition; It Is Further Oniered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once In each week for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in Ths Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said coun' y. GEO. C. HENTLEY (Real) Judge of Probate A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. TAMARACK MINING COMPANY. SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET ING. Notice Is hereby given that n ?reclal meeting of the steeckhedders of tho Tamarack Mining company will te held at the office of the company. !2 Ashburton Place, Hoston, Massachu setts, e.n Tuesday the 14th day of De cember. 19o9 at 11 o'clock In the fora m on, for the fol.'owing purposes, namely: I. To consider nnd vole upon tho question of authorizing the alienathm ami conveyance of certain lands and real esta'e of this company situate-1 in the county ef Keweenaw, Michigan, known as tho "Cliff Lands." II. To consider and vote upon th question of taking for said lands stock In a new corporatlem to be organlzet for mining on said lands, and to con sider and vote upon the question whether, nnd on what terms, the stock so taken shall be offered to the stock holders of the Tamarack Mining com pany. III. To consider and vote upon til question of amending the by-laws of said company so ns to change the time of holding the annual meeting of said company to the first Wednesday In April In each year tnstean of tho first Thursday In May as now fixed. IV. To transact such other or fur ther business ns may lawfully come before said meeting. Dated at Iloston, Mass., November 10. 1909. Py order of the directors, GEORGE A. FLAGG. Sec'y. 12-14-09. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'gCo. 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