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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. layed Pittsburg and won. R. II. E. ev York...0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 3 8 0 lttsburg ..0 0000010 0 I 6 3 RattericH Mathewson and Mvers: Is Jealousy the Cause of Slump of World's Champions? J i Lelficld and filbson. Ronton, Mass., June 16. Hcrzog made a great one-hand stop In the 6th and enabled Roston to shut out St. Every Louis. n. ii. e. ioston 100000 0 1 02 7 1 inL."le1""l!ag3g EAST AND WEST ARE WELL MATCHED IN TRACK GAMES St. Louis... o ooooooo oo r, i man is an 3 V MICHIGAN 1910 FOOTBALL OUTLOOK SEEMS BRIGHTER Coach Yost Will Have Wealth of Good Material at Opening of Season HARD GAMES ARE SCHEDULED Ann Arbor, Juno 16. IToapects for ,K. football season of 1910 arc excel lent If the material now at hand Is the name next fall when the varsity Huail assembles at Whltmore lake for preliminary practice. The middle of September is the time set for the op ining practice and then "Hurry-up" yost will bo nblc to judije something nbout what ho will have to do In order to produee an eleven that can com pete with such team as Pennsylvania, iMinncsota and Syracuse. Twelve veterans expect to return next fall and these with the material nfforded by last reason's freshman team will make up the varsity. The older men who aru expected back are Captain Dcnbrook. Clark fircone, Free tie y. Conklln, rattengill, Rannoy. Wells, Edmunds, IRinlth and Watklns. MaRldsnn, who distinguished himself In the baekfleld, may return and with till wealth of material only the quar ter back position need filling. Frank Tdnthlcum, -who played end on the 190S eleven, but who was not In uniform last season has announced his Intentions of entering In the race for qunrter. However, the favorite among the "ones ' who know" seems to be 'Shorty" McMillan who generaled the freshman team lasf fall. The Detroit lad who received Ids (preliminary training on the teams of the Detroit Vnivcrslty school ITas "Impressed Tost n!th his ability as a field general and will undoubtedly bo gtven a chance wllh the varsity. Pattengll the var sity end and rlckerlng of the freshman team are also available for the posi tion. Another place that should call for a pood fight Is that of fullback. Clark, fircone, Freeney and Lawton took a whack at It last fall and will bo back npain to try for the honor, but they ore liable to be beaten by a "dark horse" In Thompson, the giant full hack of the frcsmnaTreloven. Last fall he displayed wonderful form on the defense and Is one of the best for ward pass artists that Michigan has srrn. In the kicking deparfment Law ton, Frceney and Thompson will con tend for the honors. resides Conch Yost. Trainer Kran TKlicn and "Cap" Redden will be on hand to aid In working out the ma chine. The squad will have a hard foaon as there Is a game scheduled fur every Saturday from October 8 un til November 19. Minnesota and Notre Dame nre the two best teams that the varsity will meet on Ferry field. Roth Syracuse and Penn being met on their own pround. The schedule follows: Oct. & Case al Ann Arbor. Oct. 13 Michigan Agricultural col- at Ann Arbor. 1 Oct. 22 Ohio State university at Co lunibuf. Ohio. Oct. 29 Syracuse nt .Syracuse, N. Y. Xov. n. Notre Dame at Ann Arbor. v. i2 Pennsylvania nt Phlladcl- Plila. Pa. xv. 19 Minnesota at Ann Arbor. JOE GAN3 IS NEAR DEATH San Francisco, Juno 16. News eomes from Phoenix, Ariz., that doe Hans, former lightweight champion. Is tuar death from tuberculosis. Cans was asked to write a story of the Jeffries-Johnson fight, but a letter from lans doctor said that Joe Is not 1 Physical condition to stand tho long 'journey to San Francisco. HARMLESS BASEBALL SPJKE Trainer of Washington Team Invents Spike Which it Not Dangerous Trainer Joe Quirk, of the Washing ton club, grew tired of patching nth- I'tes damaged In the feet and legs, so j lie invented a new baseball spike to take the place of the deadly Imple ments which now adorn the ntnieies left. yulrk's spike consists of n steel of calk about the warn size and shape an acorn. The splko Is attached to the Bhoe In a manner similar to th" iJMCtleo with tlia n'ntra. The calk are hollow half way to tho point. They wplgli but little more than tho plates. Ioo Itelsllng and Quirk have had the Invention patented and nn order has ,M,,,n placed with a Cleveland concern ff a stamping machine with which to manufac ture them. Several promin ent players. Including Ty Cobb, have ""en i, Kiv0 the calk a trial. this form of snlkc is adopted It IH do mvAj nnviiip(i1tf with the 'horn rdaten tn vncno nnw. because "x major leagues would adopt It at "n and prohibit the use of the old nrn. For years Inventors have been "yine to hit nnnn u llolif atiikc that Will lv V. - , 1 rutins nnl eliminate tho danger of cutting 'on-n On Want Ads bring results. dto.night If a dual meet could bo arranged between the point winners of the Eastern Intercollegiate track and Held championships und those who scored the points In the western con ference meet at Tjrbanu, 111., the boast ed superiority of Flie east would be lucky to escape with a victory. This statement Is made on (he assumption that first place alone should count. The western meet with its five new record was a fitting climax to the in tercollegiate athletic year. Just how splendid this meet was is best determined by a comparison of the winning records In the two sets of games. In the thirteen events the west was superior In live, while the cast had tho better of tho urgument In eight. JJut if an average could be struck It would be found that the win tiers In tho two sections were Just about equal. Tho table follows: East. West. 100-yard dash .... .10 .10 1-5 0-yard dash 21 1-5 .21 4-5 44-yard dash CO .4ft 4-5 SSO-yaid run 1.57 1.5C.3-5 One-mile run 423 2-5 4.20 2-5 Two-milo run 9.40 3-5 9 50 12-yard hurfilea ... .16 .15 4-5 220-yard hurdles .. .24 3-5 .23 1-5 kuimlng high Jump 6.01 6.00 5-3 Uuiining br'd Jump 22.07 1-4 22.11 Pole vaulr 12.04 3-8 12.04 1-4 Sh..t put 46.04 1-2 42.06 Hammer throw ..152.05 139.03 KEARSARGE SCHOOL WINS. In an Interesting declamation con test held In the Kearsarge school Mon day between five students from Cen tennial and flvo from Kearsarge, Thos Kendall declaiming on 'Expansion" and James Curnmings giving the ora tlon, "Nubility of Iabor," tied for first place. Roth nre from Kearsarge. Miss Lucy Williams, giving the selection, "Results of the War," and Homer Hos- klng delivering Lincoln's famous "Get tysburg address," took second and third rank. These two also are from Kearsarge, giving the contest to that school. ATTELL TO MEET MORAN Lob Angeles, Cal., June 16. The de tails of the Abo Attell-Owen Moran ten-round battle scheduled for June 24 will bo decided tbday when promoter T. J. McCarey will net as arbiter for the (boxers, who have been deadlocked for several 'days on tho question oi weight. MmCarey's decision is to be considered final. Frank Conley of Kenosha, Wis., has posted $100 torbllid Tl side bet of tl.000 to meet the winner. The Kenosha knocker stipulates that tho feather weight limit be made at the ringside for him and that the battle be schedul ed for tho forty-tlve-round route. BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE CLUBS. National League. W. L. Vet. Chicago ' 30 1 -cr2 New York 29 19 .604 Cincinnati 24 20 .545 Pittsburg 22 22 .500 St. Louis 22 26 .438 Rrooklyn 22 26 .458 Philadelphia 1 25 .419 Roston 18 31 .307 American League. W. New York 29 Philadelphia 30 Detroit 32 Roston 24 Cleveland Washington 21 Chicago 17 St. Louis 10 L. 14 15 19 21 22 28 20 35 ret. .674 .C67 .627 .533 .436 .429 .395 too TODAY'S GAMES. National League. Pittsburg at New York. Cincinnati nt Philadelphia. Chicago at Rrooklyn. St. Louis at Roston. American League. Washington nt St. Louis. Philadelphia at Chlcngo. New York nt Cleveland. Roston at Detroit. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. tvnnvivn M. Y.. June 16. Rroowlyn and Chicago had a fourteen Inning tus sle yesterday, the nome icam whom". Rarger brought home tne winning iu.. with a long double. Tinner nnu v-. both played great ball. it. ii. . Rrooklyn 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 12 2 Chicago ..10 00 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 11 2 Ratterles Rarger and Rergcn and Erwln; Cole and Archer. . ,ii.iir.Mi Pi.. June 16. Yester day's game between Philadelphia and Cincinnati resulted in a mree-run after sixteen Innings. It was a great pitchers' battle. R. II. R Philadelphia 010000101000000 03 5 4 Cincinnati 110000100000000 03 9 3 Ratterles-Moore, McQuillan. Moran and Jacklitsch; Rowan, Mclean and New York, Jupe 16.-New York out- Ratterles Mattern and firaham; Iarnion, Willis und Phelps. American League. Cleveland, O., June 16. Ford prac tically won his own game with a three ase hit In the third. R.H.E. Cleveland ..0 0000000 00 5 1 New York...O 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 6 1 Ratterles Young and Easterly; Ford and Sweeney. Detroit, Mich., June 16. Roston hit Mullln hard and won. r. ii. k. Detroit 0 000101O 13 8 2 Roston 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 18 13 4 Ratterles Mullin and Stanage; Karger and Corrlgan. St. Louis, Mn., June 16. The locals made four runs off Walker In the sev enth and won. St. Louis ..0 0100040 5 9 1 Washington 00010200 14 9 1 Ratterles Lako und Stephens; Walker, Street and Hardy. Chlcngo, III., June 16. Chicago de feated Philadelphia In a hard-fought fourteen-lnnlng game today. The win ning run was scored on a base on balls to Purtell. a sacrifice hit by Payne and Walsh's clnglo, Chicago 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 9 6 Phlla 1 0000 1.1 00 00 0 03 8 2 Ratterles Walsh and Payne; Plank, Morgan and Lapp. American Association. Milwaukee 0; Minneapolis 9. Western League. Topeka 4; Wichita 3; 15 innings. St. Joseph 0; Denver 3. Des Moines 7; Sioux City 4. Lincoln 7; Omaha 3. Three-1 League. Rloomington 6; Dubuque Danville 6; Davenport 1. POLITICAL ADVERTBSEMENT. MR. YOUNG'S RECORD Brief Summary of Since He Has Hon. II. O. Young, having announ ced that he will stand upon his record for re-election to Congress from this district, presents the following brief outline of his work us representative from the upper peninsula. Mr. Young was elected In 1902 and took his seat in the 58th congress. 58th Congress Special Session. A special session of the 58th Con gress was called by President Roose velt to confirm by appropriate legis lation the "Reciprocity treaty with Cuba." . Mr. Young was appointed a member of The Committee on Elections Number One. The Committee on Military Affairs. Voted against paying members of Congress mileage for extra session when In fact they had not gono home but remained In Washington their trnvel being constructive mileage. As ho was a new member he took last place on each committee, sixth on elections and eleventh on Military Affairs. 58th Congress First Regular Session. Voted for the bill for a Modern Navy. Supported President Roosevelt's pension order. Voted against the attempt to strike nut the appropriation for the civil ser vice commission, thus preventing a return to the "spoils system." Supported nil the conservative measures looking to the restoration of the American Merchant Marine. Worked for a "square deal" In handling contested election cases, his report In the case of Moody vs Grud ger. sentlng tho Democratic member and marking a great advance In hon esty In politics.. ' rSth Congress Short Session. Retained his place on the commit tees, on elections and Military Affairs. Supported and voted for the Hep burn Railroad Rato Rill which be came a law and gave the Interstate Commerce Commission power to hear complaints and fix rates for freight nnd passenger business upon rail roads. Voted for the Quarantine Rill which gave the federal government power to exclude disease nffected aliens and others coming into the United States. Voted for the Employers' Liability Rill which made railroad companies liable to their employes fof Injury, even If there was some negligence on the part of the Injured person and though the fault was that of a fellow servant. Voted for the Meat Inspection Rill. Voted for the Panama Canal Rill. Voted for tho bill to prevent the misbranding and adulteration of foods. jj 11111 1 ' "" 1 Hans Wagner, fuss, right. left; Rarncy Drty- (PltUburg, Juno 16. F.very baseball fan ii interested. In tho charges that Pittsburg's slump Is due to Jealousy among the players. President Rarney Dreyfus denies this most emphatical ly,. According to tho rumor Hans Warner and Jack iMiller hav! openly declared war against Jack 1'lynn, the first baseman, und these two players have mudo strenuous efforts to oust him. It is further asserted that tho slump of the world's champions Is di rectly due to this factional light cnl not to the weather, as has been attri Danville 6; .Davenport 2. Springfield 6; Rock Island Peoria 2; Waterloo 3. College Baseball. Cornell 1; Pennsylvania 2. His Work in Congress Been a Member. Opposed the Frco Alcohol Mill. opposed the yoking of New Mexico and Arizona as one state without the consent of the people of each territory. Supported the bill when the consent clause was Inserted. 59th Congress- Short Session. Voted ugalnstMhe bill to inereaso the pay of members of "the House of Representatives. Voted for the bill limiting the hours of trainmen and telegraphers. Favored the measure designed to re store American shipping to the high seas. COth Congress First Session. Retained Ids place on the Military Affairs Committee, having advanced from the 11th to 6th member. Appointed a member of the Commit tee on Rivers utid Harbors. Appfdnted n member of tho Special Committee on distribution of rooms in tho House of Representatives' Rulld Ing. Voted for the Rill restoring. "In Clod We Trust" to certain coins. Voted for the new Employers' Lia bility Rill drawn to meet objections made to tho former bill by tho Su preme Court. Voted for the Rill fixing the status of the Porto Rico Provisional Clovern ment. Voted for the Emergency Currency Rill. Voted for the . Inland Waterways Commission Rill. Voted for the protection of child labor nnd the protection of children in tho District of Columbia. '. Kt Voted for the bill regulating the carrying of explosives and designed to protect trainmen nnd passengers on railroads. Voted for the bill allowing certain government employes to receive com pensation for injuries. Voted for the Ash pan Rill, designed to protect tho lives of railroad men. COth Congress Short Session. Appointed a member of the special committee to determine the number of employes whose duty in whole or in part i was to prevent nnd punish fraud on the revenue and property of the government. Voted for the change in the House Rules establishing Calendar Wednes day. Voted for the bill designed to carry out the recommendation to President Roosevelt advocating tho Increase of pay for ocean mall carrying. 61st Congress Special Session.'' This session was called by President Taft to revise the Dingly tariff law. Mr. Young went to Washington two weeks before the session opened so ns to be on the ground nnd watch the In terests of his constituents before the special commltteo which wns collect ing Information on tariff matters. Was retained on the Military nnd River and Harbors committees. Voted to continue Calendar Wednes day in tho House rules. Fought long and hard tho proposi tion to place Iron Ore on the free list and finally succeeded In convincing the Senate Flnanco Committee and later. President Taft that the exten sive Iron mining Interests ought to have some protection with the result that n duty of lEcts perton was rs tabtlshed. buted by loyal supporters of the Pitts burg" team.' Recnuse Captain Fred Clarke se lected Flynn In place of "Rud" Sharpe for ilrst base, the published story states that Wagner and Miller took up the cudgel against Flynn. President Rarney Drey fuss would not discuss the situation and would otdy issue a statement which says. "Jt coes against niv stain to digidfy such ubsurd fiction "by denying It, but I will do so to save some of the club's friends from being misled. The en tire story from beginning to end, Is an absolute lie. There Is not one word of truth In It" EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'gCo Who wish to sell their houtes or bu houses on Co. 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