MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS.
American in Paris Invents New Airship
MADDEN UNABLE TO NAME
TEN GREATEST FIGHTERS
f I 1 1 VY vv l rv
RESULTS OF THE CRICKET
GAMES PLAYED SATURDAY
C. & H. Team Shows Good Form
Defeating Mesnard Players
by Good Score
BALTIC MEN TRIM TAMARACK
Standings of the Teams.
' W. L.
Palnesdale . . . . r 8
Qulnry . 2
O. & H 2
Ahrneclc . ..... A
The C. & II. cricket team had no
difficulty In disposing of the Mesnard
team in the match played Saturday on
the C. & II. crounds. The local team
was in better form than in any pre
vious con tee t this season and won by
I he Bcoro of 85 to 28. The following la
the detailed Bcore:
C. & H.
Pascoe Hocking, c White, b Rodda..ll
F Sleep, b Perry 18
T. Polklnghorne, c White, b Rodda.. 2
W. T. Martin, run out 4
T. Kills, b Rule 11
('has. Thomas, c Jolly, b Rodda.... 3
J. Ivey, c White, b Rodda 16
A. Elliott, c Jolly, b Perry.
P. Orborne, run out
T. Tregcnza, not out
K. Prisk. b Williams
J. Rodda, c Polklnghorne, b Polklng
horne P. McCurthy, b Polklnghorne 0
T. Rule, b Polklnghorne 0
R Jolly, c Martin, b Polklnghorne... 7
J. Harris, run out
J. Williams, b rolklnghorne
R. White, c Thomas, b Thomas
W. J. Rowe, not out
O. Perry, b Polklnghorne
J. Polklnghorne, b Polklnghorne....
F. White, c A. Elliott, b Thomas
GOOD ATHLETIC TRAINERS
SCARCE IN THIS COUNTRY
Demand of Colleges for Men of
Ability Said to be Greater
NEW DIRECTOR AT MICHIGAN
Mohawk 96, Ahmeek 43.
The Mohawk team defeated the Ah
meek team by the score of 96 to 42
The detailed score was as follows:
E. Cilhert. b Tascoe '
W. J. Wallace, b Pascoe
R. Cullis. c Williams, b Rutter 1
T. Tlnpett, b Pascoe 1
J. Chnnman. c Inch, b Dunstan 14
H. RIckard, b Pascoe
A. Christopher, !) Pascoe 0
T. White, run out
J. Johns, b Dunstan
W. Rerryman, not out
R Davis c and b Tlppett
T. Dunstan, c and b Tippett 3
C. RIckard. c J. Jones, b Wallace... 31
O. Raragawanth, b Tlppett 7
A. Williams, c Evans, b Tlppett.... 1
J. Pascoe, b Christopher 8
W. Simons, b Tlppett 2
R. Williams, c Evans, b Christopher 1
C. Richards, not opt 21
J. Rutter. b W,allaco 6
J. Inch, run out s
A. Christopher .....2 37
W. Wallace 2 10
II. Richards 0 11
Baltfo Defeats Tamarack.
' The Raltle team had no difficulty de
feating the Tamarack team In the
match played Saturday, the flnal result
being 63 to 23. Rccause of tho fino
showing made by the Tamarack play
ers against the Mohawk team one
week ago. It was thought that Tama
rack would defeat Raltle Saturday
but the reverse was the case.
Kearsage Bests Qulncy.
The Kearsage team defented the
Qtilnoy team on the Qulncy pitch by
the score of 83 to 17.
The scarcity of first class athletic
trainers in this "country was never
more apparent than right now. For
nearly ten years Princeton has been
experimenting with first one man and
then another In the hope that one
might develop Into a capable handler
of athletes. Thu Tiger authorities had
to confess their failure, for their only
salvation was to bid hlich and get
iveene I'lizpatriek or tho University
f Michigan. The effort to iflnd a man
of ability and develon him u.4 Mike
Murphy wuh developed ut Yale, an
Johnny Mack Is now being develop'
there was not successful.
The University of Michigan Is try
ng something of an experiment by en
gaging Alvin C. Kraonzlein, the ol
I'nlversity of Pennsylvania hurdle
and broad jumper. It is an expert
ment only In so fur as Kraenzleln ha
been secured from Mercersburg aca
demy, where ho has been ulnco hi
short stay at the University of "Wis
consin. The success which Kracns
eln had had at Mercersburg and hi
only natural ability to teach and to
how men by actual work how a thing
hould. he done, make It almost cer
tain that he will succeed at Michigan
Kraonzlcin was one of tho groates
ill-nround athlete ever developed In
this country. At one time ho hoU
three world's records, to sny nothing
f bin Intercollegiate marks. His
world records were the 120-yard hur
lies, 15 1-5 seconds; 220-yard hurdles,
3 3-5 second., and the broad Jump
feet, 4 1-2 inches. While Kraonz
loin's marks for the high hurdles and
he broad Jump have since been bet
ereu, tnu is because ho was never
roperly extended In competition. Ills
former trainer, Mlko Murphy, says he
frequently caught Kraenzleln over the
high sticks In 15 seconds, and even 14
4-5 seconds, and that In the broad
Jump he had frequently cleared 25
feet In practice.
Kraenzloln'a greatest performance
was at the intercollegiate champion
ships in 1900, when he scored 18 points
for Pennsylvania, a record, never bo
fore equaled. Ho iwon the 100-yard
dash, both hurdles, and was second In
the broad Jump. In this latter event
he allowed his competition of the pre
vious day to stand, and did not com
pete In tho final, or he might have
scored 20 points. In addition to his
sprinting, hurdling and jumping
Kraenzleln had a mark of 6 feet In
the high jump, 42 feet In tho shot-put,
125 feet In the hammer throw, CO sec
onds In the quarter-mile, and, lastly,
he was a good pole vaulter. It Is be
cause or his many-sidedness as an
athlete and his success In coaching at
Mereerburg that Michigan men feci
they have made no mistake. It was
from 'Morcernburg that Johnny Mack
went to Vale, where ho has been mak
ins good cVer since.
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A?'.?? Amphibi A.ropl.n.m,d. .ntir.1, .f .U.I ni ,lumium
Well Known Authority on Boxing
Thinks Field too Large to
MENTIONS SOME OF THE BEST
with a floating car.
Tarls, Juno 13. An American resi
dent, Mr. Motsant, has constructed a
novel monoplane airship. R 3 made
entirely of steel and aluminum. No
wood or canvass have boon used in the
constructions. The wings are mado of
thin aluminum and the lower part of
steel. The motor and pilot seats are
placed In a car built to float on water.
with two flat stabilizers on each side.
The machine Is fitted with a G0-hirt;e
power motor and already Molsant has
made somo short flights in it.. Thi ud-
MntEges claimed are strength of con
notion and its nullity to light Jn
tiio water without dJinage to th-j nlr-
:V.'p or Inconvenience to the dilvtr,
Hu. uld later demoiiKti.Rlons prove th
value of this metallic monoplane, it
will undoubtedly lo r.dopted (generally
over the world.
JOE HORNER TO CAPTAIN
WOLVERINE TRACK TEAM
SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES.
Fred Merkle Is doing fine work at
first base for the Giants.
Outfielder Ray Ppcnecr has boon sold
to Dayton by the Cleveland club.
Shortstop Doolan of the Phillies ha
'been suspended three days for umpire
Tnflelder Me'e, semi-professional of
Chicago, has reported to the St. Louis
Harry Wormwood pitched an eleven
mnlng no-hit no-run game for the
Fall River, New England league team,
Manager 'MVOrnw of tho fllant.s says
bases are not utolcn on the catcher,
but on the pitcher. He says It la up
to the pitcher o keep a base runner
Cose to first base.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Juno 13. "Tails
you win," said. Ralph Craig to Joe
Horner Friday afternoon as the tnvo
flipped a coin outside the office of the
University of Michigan Athletic asso
ciation, but It was not for the coin
that was at stake, but tho captaincy
of the 'varsity track team for 1911.
Horner Is a Orand Rapids boy and
member of tho literary 'It class.
while Craig is a Detrolter and a mem
ber of the same -law, and when It
came to deciding who should fill the
shoes of Don May and lead (Michigan's
athletes to the great Penn relay games
and the eastern Intercollegiate next
year the members of this year's team
all knew their cholco lay between
Craig and Horner, but who, they could
iRoth of thorn are two of tho great
est athletes ever turned out by Koene
Fltzpatrlck and were the only west
erners to capture first places at the
Intercollegiate. Craig equaling the
world's record In the furlong dash, and
Horner winning the" shot-put with
Owing to their athletic prowess tho
members of tho team were unable to
decide between tho two for tho cap
taincy ond so they choose that a flip
of the roln should settle It. Thus fate
robbed. Cralg of tho honor and turned
It over to Horner.
McGOORTY HAD SHADE.
Buckingham Montgomery, Eddie Mc
Goorty's trainer, arrived In Milwau
kee Saturday from Apploton. where
McGoorty fought a hard eight round
bout with Young Mahoney of Racine.
Friday night. Ruck states that Kddle
had the best of the boiit ond was never
In danger, while Joe Rudar of Racine,
claims that Mahoney had the shade.
Reports from Apploton, however, are
to the effect that .McGoorty had Ufa
thing well In hand.
Montgomery says that McOoorty is
now ready for Jack (Twin) Sutllvan.
STANDINGS OF THE CLUBS.
W. . I Prt.
Chicago 28 15 .051
New York 28 17 .C22
Cincinnati 22 19 .&37
Pittsburg 21 20 .512
St. Louis 21 24 .407
Rrooklyn 20 25 .444
Philadelphia 17 24 .415
Roston 1G 29 .356
W. L. Pet.
Now York 23 13 .6S3
Philadelphia 2S 14 .C66
Detroit 31 18 .033
Roston 22 21 .512
Cleveland 17 20 .459
Washington 21 26 .446
Chicago 15 26 .3C6
St. Louis 9 33 .214!
There were no games scheduled
tho National league yesterday.
R. II. F.
Chicago 0 6 1
Washington .'..2 11 0
Groome und Street.
R. II. F.
R. II. F.
..8 14 1
Detroit f J .
Ratteries Wllletts and
Warhop and Mitchell.
R II. F.
St. Louis 6 6 3
Philadelphia 1 4 1
Ratterles Powell, Ralley and Allen;
Morgan, Krnuso and Lapp.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 13. Fhiladeh
FEDERATION OF SWIMMERS.
There has been organized an Inter
national Swimming federation, which
will have absolute control of all inter
national swimming contests In the fu
ture. The A. A. U. has been Invited
to Join the new association and the
question of Joining Is now being con
sidered 'by the .board of governors of
tho A. A. U., and will no doubt be fa-
orably acted upon. Walter II. Llg-
nger, one of the members, TmmIovcs
much good will result In tho organiza
tion of such a federation.
COPPER COUNTRY BASEBALL.
Mohawk Defeats Lake Linden on Mo
hawk Diamond Yesterday Afternoon.
The baseball games played In the
Copper Country league yesterday af
ternoon wore of a very interesting na
ture. Mohawk defeated Lake Linden
by the wcore of 11 fo 1; Huron defeated
Winona IS to 1, and Hancock defeated
Hancock 8 to 5.
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rum enui out i'liisotirg. The game
was played on a soggy field. All runs
were scored In first inning when Phil
ndelphlu made four hits und Pittsburg
three errors. . '
Pittsburg ..0 0 0 0 0 0,0 0 00 7 C
Philadelphia 500000 0 0 05 C 0
Ratterles Llefield, Leever, Gibson;
New York-Chicago, wet grounds.
Rruoklyn-Kt. Louis, wet grounds.
Roston-Cincinnatl, two games; rain.
Cleveland -Roston. rain.
Detroit, Mich., Juno 13. Two .homo
runs, one by Crawford and the other
by Wolter, the latter with a man on
base, were the features. Cobb tripled
in the fourth, but was thrown out try
ing to stretch it to u homo run,
R. IT. F.
New York...l 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 04 8 4
Detroit 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 03 6 1
Ratterles Vaughn and Mitchell;
Wlllett, Stroud and Stanago.
St. Louis, Mo., June 13. Philadelphia
had no trouble defeating tho locals to
day. Plank was hit freely but St. Louis
could not get Its runners across the
plate. i . i,.f ,
a , i f. R. II. F.
St. Louis...! 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 12 8 5
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 3 10 16 10 1
Ratteries Lake, Waddell, Kllllfer;
Plank, Lapp. ' ii
Chlengo,. 111., Juno 13,' Washington
hit Smith and ' Scott' hard, defeating
Chicago three to' nothing. ' Smith turn-
, ed oneof his nrtkles Iff the sixth In
ning and Was forced to retire. Chlongo
obtained Outfielder George Rrowne
from Washington by tho waiver route.
! ' R. II. K.
Chicago .'...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 6 2
Washington 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 13 11 0
Ratterles Smith, Scott and Payne;
Relsllng and Street. ;'
l!Il!y Mad.li! 1 I all worked dp over
th Idea of picking tho ten icvit -si
fighters, but Ml I says such 11 pick 1"
iniposvitde. 'Why. no man living :;an
it'll ou the ten greatest flghU"',"
tuid Rill iu he sat down with the
spcks and a iead pencil. "I'll w.i.e
you a list, but I won't nuino tho up
bctt. They all too go d. Why,
there's a Dunui of boys I might have
forgotten who belong iu the list, but
her goes," and i e wrote:
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wards, Jack Dempsey, Jack 'MoAu
lifte, Charley Mitchell, Jyhn I Sulli
vhii, Kid Lavlgne, Young Griff j. Ji
Wolcott, Jem Driscoll. peter Jackon,
Terry MoGovem, Rob Fitzsimmons,
wln Corbett, Kid McCoy, Tjinniy
Ryan, Jack Johnson, George l)ixu.
Rattling Nelson, Joe Cans. "Ivi v if
you Insist on me naming the ten best
it these Hi mark them on tho -die,"
said Rill, ani ho started to piek out
the ten. He was busy for about 11
minute and .finally brought tho list
over with a mark at the ld r.f vi rj
name. "There is no use of trying f
tell you the ten best. Why I can say
something great about every name on
the list. Why, look at Rilly Fdwards, '
the old-time lightweight. Rilly used
to lick men weighing 200 pounds un 1
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