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THE CALUMET NEWS
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS:
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Timely -Observations of Events Happening in the
Look for Wolverines to Make a
Tin- inilk'Ji lions aro that tho tlKht for
liit lurc ill the intort'ullt'SiatrH at
Hie Harvard stadium May 30 aii,l ;U
li among- rcnns lvania, Onrm-ll.
Mklilpan and Harvard, with Vale. I'o
himMa and Dartmouth daiiRcrous cun
tender. AVhat team will cventiially
li tho favorite will depend in part up
on the manner in wlileh the 131J point
winners round Into form and l.iow the
new nu n develop.
f tlm men who wored I'ennsylvan
ih'.m :'S points last year, four have hern
lust ly graduation, reju eseiitiiiR It
IM.intr. The. ar. Hurditk. the winner
'f Hie high Jump; Lane, neeond in
lliis event: TMwuids, Hrt;ond in th"
liiKh huidleH. an, Haydoek. xivond in
Hie low hurdloH.
This leaves rennnylvania with I'apt.
Mmer, the winner of the hroad jump
inn neH-ond in thei -'-it-yard dash; Mc
'urdy. second in th two-mile run;
Madeira, third in the milo run. and
i".ri!l!th. fourth In the hiph hurdles.
l'ennsylvania men expect that Mer-
er will he able to seore as many
points as he did last year; that Ale
'unly will move from seeond to
fim place in the two-mile run; that
Uriilith will greatly Improve his posi
'ion in the hi;h hurdles, and that Ma
lir;i will, at least. Iip aide to set third
in Urn mile run.
Cornell Redes on Jones.
Il ii M'lite UUely that forneU'w KMJ
l'int winners will lo a little hetter
llmti they did a year auo. .Tones, In
spile (,f the fac t that Taber. of Hrown,
him for tirst plate in thr mile run,
l eoiilidently expevted lo win both the
half-mile and the mile run this year.
He has shown on nearly ever.',- ixua
i"n that he is a better performer than
'I'iiher. and undoidledly would hav
"ii the milo bud year had h lud
" till so iniirh time tryitiK lo ena- h
Itammate, r.erna. Into a position.
' '"ii'''dinR .Wines I'l piunls. Snyder,
was third in the half-;nile. Is tho
a : t liktly nian t take serond plaee
Jones, now that i'utm tn has bet n
;:'i'ln,itf d. I.ikewisf, ( 'hz.pii;, of for
"'I!. wh. was third in the 41-yard
'"ii. a ship to better his position, and
lie Hi KVP Harr. of Mi. hican. tli
"K'd of his life for 1lrst plaee.
Pennsylvania and 'orncll are on al
luosi cvrn terms in the matter of 191
l"'nl winners. If either one of them
wins thin j vbtory will 1ph-iuI
Hl"le upon the ability oT the new men.
If l.lppineott, Patterson and Mar
v,;ill, u p.i rither eonld li'd eompete
l"K j ear, or were InoapaHaU d. rmti''
"" form they should give l'enns.l
'aula an added stttiiRth that Vritell
'"s tint ik to have riom its 19J,"
1Ihs- That, however. Is Hoinethinc
Two of the best
known Beers in the
Upper Peninsula of
Order a Case Today
Hancock, Calumet and
South Rnoo, M!;h.
rTHIb IS TME ;TVF
WANT f-OtX THC;
ok iNiMc,' -room .' j"
that will be developed aa the season
Watch Michigan Team.
Th Michigan team will bar tho
closest kind of wa telling, sas tie
I'.oston Journal, ('rah;, the winner of
t lie low hurdles, should bo
better than any other low limdlor in1
the college ranks, i'apt. 11a IT, who was
second iti the quai let-mile, ought to
be at his best this year. He gave
Kedpath a hard rate last year, and did
soino unusually good running at tho
llaimhaugh is another man who will
bear watching. H0 was not in his host
condition last year on account of a
previous illness. Hohjcr, who finished
fourth in the hammer throw, is sure to
better his position.
Moth Marden and Tilb y of Hart
mouth ate out. and since Cable of Har
vard, tho winner of tho event last
year, is an erratic performer, the
Michigan man has an even chance to
llnish lirst. With Heatty of Colum
bia still in college. Kohler has tint
much of a chance to better his posi
tion of second place which ho won in
tin- shot put last ear.
Sargent is unite likely to inipme his
position in the high jump. Last ear
was his first intercollegiate competi
tion, and he failed Jo reach his be;l
in loinpctitinn by half a foot.
I'mdlck and I -'ino out of the
ho has at least an even break
Knright of Dartmouth for lirst
Two Lost to Harvard.
Of the men wno scored 1 point:
for llarvwrdd last year two have been
lot, representing ti points. They are
Withlngton, who finished lirst in the
two-mile run and made a new inter
collegiate record, and Kanncy. win
fourth in the pnrtcr-inilc run.
The other point winners retained
are I iH lozzaldi, who was fourth in the
-'J'-ard dash; Cable, who was first
In the hammer, and Hatohcldcr, wlm
was loiiith in the slmt put.
There is not much chance of lc
tJozzaldi getting anything more in the
sprints, on account of the high class
men who will be now competitors thi.
year, and Ifatcheldcr will have to b t
ter his previous performance" to get
better than fourth place against the
men who beat him last year. Hiickley,
tho sensational football player, is an
all-around track and Held athlete, and.
In particular, a vtry good broad jump
er. Capt. Cuiniiiings 1 i I imt score in
the hurdles last year, but lie did the
year before, and the Ciiin-oii expccfi
him lo come back. Lawless, who wa
fourth In the mile run in I'.'H. is an
other man who is quite sure to be a
point winner this year.
Yale Is an Enigma.
Although Columbia has lost cx-Cap'-Habeoek,
the New Yorkers have th
making of a high class team. They
still have Heatty. the Intercollegiate,
thot-put champion, whom no one can
beat. Then, too, they have Hrady in
the low hurdles, suicly a touting man.
In addition they can count coiilidcnl
ly mi Jacobs, who scored in tin- lt
yard dash. vrT also expects t
make something of a number of lirst-
lass freshmen who matriculated a I
Columbia last fall.
Yale Is an enigma. The Kli' have
lost Capt. (hirdner. the intercollegiate
record holder for the n.I vault. 'l'b
Wagoner will have his troubles to heal
out Wright of Dartmouth, the holder
cf the world' record. The M is rtdl
have Plggs. who wan second in th"
broad Jump, but In addition to him
they have no men of kt.own ability.
Dartmouth, with Wright In the P"b
vault: h'nrlght In the high Jump mwl
Hall In the two-iulle run. has tliree
prospective champions, while Whitney,
who wfcM third in the Mint-put at the
(Mjmplc games, and Is a flrst-dasM
hammer thrower, will lelp to maUt
Da? tmoiith foi ini bil'le.
'CY" YOUNG HAS BIRTHDAY.
Wrhore of Amenta" League Is
I Paoll. o Manh '.'!. -'y Young.
I the veteran baseball pitcher, who re
hired from the Host on Nationals laM
year with a record for longer nervier
'than any other man who ever play"
S the big leagues, received messages
of congratulation from wmc ' "M
I former te;u.i nwlen today on the oe
icaMon of his forty-Uxfh birthday an
niversary. Since hi retirement loui
; lived on his farm near here. The
farm Ii one it the. llntf.t In ohb and
was bought with his onrnlngs m
tiT TMf . l
"'"HtOiANO , iEvrN
ano cicjwti third iAMPtel
UVIM;' - H.0M
oocht to ec aw
MANY STARS ON
Club Made Up of Players Born on
13th Would Win Title
would bo the magnate win
tot his team those plaj-
CPS Who haoiieii to have l.ecn I.,, it, ...
the alleged unlucky date of the UHh.
Said magnate might by the mid
dle of the season be makinir innun.
tioiis to enlarge the seating capacity
of his park, for from the players whose
birthdays fall on the hoodoo date a
world's championship combination
could almost be. picked.
The manager of this thirteoen club
would bo J. Carland Stahl of iho I el
Sox. He was born April i;t. lssu, re
suming that Stahl might prefer u re
main where he now is, a person name. I
Fielder Jones, who was born August
i:'.. I S74. might be induced lo tak
For scouts. Hilly Murry of Iho Pi
rates, who was born April 1J. iMil, ami
ilene Mi ( 'ann, formerly with the
Highland rs. who was born June 1".
ISTfi. would be uvailable.
The calibers for the thirteen cliii.
ixould be Jimmy Archer of the Cub.!,
and Mike Simon of tho Pirates. These
two athletes reached this sphere May
13. IS.n. and April HI. 1 ss:t. respect
ively. Johnny IClim;. who says he will
not pastime this year, was burn Xo- !
vcmber 13, I vs.,.
Only one real high grade major j
begin- pitcher was born on the 13th. 1
He is Vein drogg of the Naps, who i
will celebrate his twenty -eithth birth
day nct tuouih. Mill Donovan, wlm I
pitched Ho- Tigers to two pennants.'
and Kubo Wadibil, who wan lerponsi-'
bio for the winning of a pair of flats
by the Athletics, were both horn on
the lUli. Wild 1 ill I will be ;t; yearn
old next October and so will tho Kiibe. j
Noted intichbTs who celebrate their
natal days on the 13th are, hosid"s
Stahl. Hal Chase of the H inlanders.
Fd Konetehy of the Cardinals, Larry
(lanliier of the ltd Sox. Kdddie l os-tn-
of the Nationals, and J. I'ra nk lin '
Parker of the Athletics, who ran Tri s
Speaker a close i.c e for the Chal- :
no is American league trophy last i
RUBE IN HNE SHAPL.
Giants' Big Two lee Ma- Speed and ,
Curves Galore. I
Houston, T x.. March -!. From j
time to time the fear has been e -piessed
that Richard Marquard. thej
well known ai tor. would mn amount j
to much with the (Hants tins season,
and that be might match his PMJ ns
tf ninleeti lOllseeutivp victories with
a I!13 string of defeats that would P"J
hobbles on the National league cham
pions fbniiig iho spring sprint.
The- truth aobue .M.iiquaru i.- umi "i
deceived a lot of people nil
n elv ed
Ihe idea thai h" has spent Hie ui sea
son In riotous living, and that l.c ex-.
perlenio bel.in, the footlights had
spoiled a line pit" her. !
Hut Rube has apparently taken ge.od j
care e.f himse lf, for he has put s-une
weight on Ids big frame and has al-
done some training. rium-
he has unsheathe d his famotia j
se.uthpaw and is alna ly siiommg i.e.-
Wilbur Robinson s oik u
.i en. i ll.il.bv eoiistanf-
W lilt SUCH 'C li
Iv warns him lo .IchIsI. In p.cvIouh
Hprings al MHtiin. Mar.p.ard has been
rather slow starter. He generally
h,s plentv ed "slufT" but the nnnur.s
,.,,, not'approve if. Pat by Ihe time
the Clants got Into the laid sp.iM.i ex
hibition giunes lMbe would come -lone
Cnron hu,1 llagerman the Portland
Pacilb- (Vast league team has u pitch
,B s.afT ompos.,) wholly of former
big league Hlngern. .
,,, ,,,:rr. Though the edd veteran
o apparent in.rntlon or deslte o
rfPumc his career on the ,ltam jj
continues to take a very '
In th.- camp nn.l never fall read
!be d.ily new, fr,m the U..nu,ff
Soon Wish She Hadn't
LUTE M'CARTY BOOKED
FOR FOUR MORE BOUTS
Chicago. March Luther Me-
Carty, white heavyweight champion. Is
practically booke for lour lights with
in live weeks. These proposed battles,
according' to indications, will net Mr
Curt y $ J4.ooo. i:ii MrCarney, mana
ger of Mcl'arty, either closed or will
i loso the following bouts within the
next few days:
April 1j Six rounds in Philadelphia
with Join Flynn.
April J3 Six rounds in Pittsbun;
with Frank Moran.
May 4 Ten rounds in Kansas Cite
with Carl Morris or some other fighter.
May II (about) Ten or more rounds
In Calgary with Tommy Hums.
McCarty regards the fust three
bouts as cinched. He is still negotiat
ing with the promoters for the Hums
match. The Fly tin and Moran bouts i
will Net McCarty f.l.n.m each; the
Kansas City battle will giv e him SI.imki,
and be will receive for himself, irre
spective of the result, a guarantee of
$ll,!Mi for the propose,! Hums fight.
EASTERN HOCKEY TEAM LAYS
CLAIM TO AMATEUR TITLE
BOSTON TEAM PROCLAIMS SELF
TO BE CHAMPION OF THE
The Pilgrims of Hostou, a hockey
team representing the center of cul
ture and the hub of the universe, have
laid formal claim to the amateur
hockey championship of the Fnitcd
States, according to the Cleveland pa
pers. Tho Cleveland press tifems to ridi
cule the i lain) of Iho easterners lo the
i hampiouship. pointing lo the fact
that tlx- Ccc.iihI team bad the cham
pionship and tin- Portage Likes look
it from them and -defied all attempts of
other teams to pry it loose from the,
There is no chance for a t-eries be
tween the Ifoston seven and the por
ta go Lake team as the hockey season
Ih over here and the team has di-c-handed
but if il were possible for the
tennis to be brought together there
co-lid he little douM. at least ill the
mind.i of copper country fans, as to the
outcome of the series.
1 A. A. U.
New York. March :!P. -James L, Sul
livan, secretary of the A. A. F. says:
'I have traveled more than J.M,iMa
miles in my life. lie-sides my llv;
trips across the Atlantic, 1 have made
time trips across the continent to
S.m Francisco and two lo Portland
land Seattle. Mi other travels Include
'about twenty -live- trips t St. LnuK
I twenty to Canada, sixty to Philade l
! phia. thirty to lioston and doze ns ed
trips to Baltimore, levplaml, Milivau
kee. 'ev Haven. Albany
J Washington and other nearby pla
I "The only accident I had In all
travels was the train w re-ek
j Wayne. Ind.. In Hil. That :
however, came ne-ar ending my
! travels and serJing no- on the
I trip It Is possible to lake."
iel'-ll ; .
CYCLE RACING SOON.
Outdoor Bicycle Events Are Attracting
xew York. Man n i ne ninoo...
bicycle rncln season will be Inaugu
rated tomorrow with an Initial
the Newark Velodrmne. Ihe pi
m.-ters if the f"'rt prf'Ii" I thai
neason will be the most imtabl
cent yr.us. An eartern circuit
e ed n
Ing meets has ie-n luanueu
cult to pmbraep Hosten.
New Haven ami Newark.
ti... (lrt.lj nt-otiilsp tee I
large ami will ine hide ntn h erat k rld
era us Frank Kramer, the world
champion: Joe Fogler, Falddle Ret.
Frnest Pve, Jackie i'larke. Alfred
ivte Drohach. Alfred tlrcnda.
Pad.lv Hehlr James McNamarii.
(he Rrdell brwthera.
rrrMon Brown, the l?l-p"iind col
ored hoxrr of I'himdrlphU showed the
re.Tl roe'eN re'eently when he met Mr
men In iuceee;tir.n for t.n round each,
and won ocr all of them.
Ask the Landlord to do
WAIT TO scr.
MORE ( MADAMS, tNt'.-
M, THAT'i A
'Jt- A. SHADE
i si TTtsir THA.M
NO CHANGES IN
Generally Expected Present Offi
cers Will Be Returned
The Lauriuin council will meet
Tuesday evening to wind up all airs for
th? present year. Trustee Hernurd
Holmstrom. the only retiring member,
will take his seat at the opening of
the meeting and after the usual griyt
if bills is dlaposed of. will turn his
at over to Will H. Mlnnear, the
newly elected trustee.
There will bo two special statutory
meetings of the council on April H
and April I.", the tirst to lake up tho
matter of appointments for the cn
suint; year and the second to act on
applications for liquor licenses. The
charter under which the village is op
erating provides that the appointments
shall bo .submitted to the council hy
Iho president on the second Monday
Ifecause of the absence of Trustee
(ieorge Hall, il may be the meeting for
appointments will lie adjourned until
some future dale-, but lids member
may return from Alabama before the
meet In-', in w hich event final action
will be taken.
No changes in the list of appointive
olllcers are looked for this year, tlu
present staff having rendered eilicient i
service to the village. It is generally
anticipated theV will be rea pointed.
It Is also provided that the council
meet on April 1.1 to consider applica
tions for liquor licenses. Whether any
changes will be made in the present
limited number of saloons is n matter
of much 'peculation in the village a
it was last year. The meeting on
April H will not be a final one, lenv
ovot, as applications will he approved
Up lo about the last of the month.
THAT K. P. ANNIVERSARY.
Ishneminn Lodqe Still Determined
Land IH Rcimiei.
i lie tUctllblTS of a tlitb a'dc.
Knights of Pythias, Ishpetnin.;, will
m. iiw a ileirt miinvl HTort t ' u " ' I hi'
iinuii.il iiM'iiiii". of I he I'ppr I min-sui-i
Pythian league- in tie- nouii." r e.r
pelf. ays the Mining Journal. Tiny
are d' te t toilie d to She Shelf l l.ppet
country bnthren a hard run tor the
meeting al'd they expect '.o have tin'
suppot t of the lodge:) in fills part ol the
peninsula, as it will be lu'i- h no r
convene nt for them to no--t. in Ih-pi-ming
than in Ihe e-opper c unir.-.
Tin- coppe-r eountry lodge v. ill unite
to M-ciire the- niietlug I'.r lbagliton
cemnty. but in oidn to earn tn,- e ,n
vonlion they must have- the support
ed' lodges in
At the- liim
it was umlet
other paita of the -iM-
Zenith od;e alillo'lliced
I .hi--' ali'i the ine-etitr:
-to. , Ml It Ci l. feting
tin nature of a erle-bra-
. f iho fiftieth annlve r-
would In- in
(lot!. In lictn
-ai y . r
olele t t
llic foitmPug id the- society. In
make- Ibis an eveui that ill
not w,,.in be iiigolt'-u In I'ythlan cir
( es (be mctniie rs of the local lodge-pteipose-
to beve the bigge st e lass ido
tleiit thai has e v ( r bent he Id in this
section during eonventie-ii week. An
die it will be made by tin- mi-tubers A
the t-nith lodge to secure u class of
AT WASHINGTON HARBOR.
William H Kehl. fortuet ly e,r Laur
iuin, has gein rngaRoel to ec-i'du-l th'-b'-tel
at the Washington Hutbor mtlii
tner resort. Isle Royalr during th"
(Hilling rummer. His son. Robert
Kehl. will assist his father. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Kehl will go lo Duluth
Minrtly tn pirpare for the trip to Isle
tin April Pi lloiius Wagner will
Mart his Mth seas..n with the Pitts-b-.itg
Pirates and his 17th neason in
the major leanue-s. llomia made hts
debut in fast company with the lamia-
ivllle tPHin. then In the National leuffue.
The Plttsbuie dub has thipped j
tToorce Caprem. the former FniverMtv j
cf Minnesota football and baieball star
tt Charlie. l)otin rhlllles.
VvFLt- I HAD TJ TAKL TIAf
4AVC. THC MT5 IN thai
DRCOfcATloN A sEvrNTV-
ir I CAN 5TAND TUL VAAiK
I'UL TAr.t- IT fP ft'
MS LANDLORD ANft SHT
S. S. MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Fine Program to be Rendered at Laur
ium M. E. Church Tomorrow.
The Sunday School Missionary so
ciety of the Liutiuni M. K. church will
ba- charge of the usual Sunday
school services at that church at -:3't
Sunday afternoon. The following
program has been arranged:
opening souk by school.
Prayer Ilev. M. H. Fbhed.
Song by school.
Scripture reading. 33rd Psalm.
Selection by the orchestra.
Solo Rev. W. II. i'ollycott.
Address Rev. W. L. Marvin.
Solo Rev. W. H. i'ollycott.
Selection by the orchestra.
Closing song by school. !
JAMES MILLS, 35 YEARS IN
CALUMET, DIES IN FLORIDA
PIONEER RESIDENT SUCCUMBS
TO COMPLICATION OF DIS
EASES IN MIAMI.
A nnniiui eiiutit ,,f tin- death of James
Mills, a well known lesiilcnt of Liur
ium. was ii-ce ivcd this morning finni
Miami, J bunla, when the de-eiased
had made his home for the past three
months. Death was elue- to a compli
cation of diseases with auaiinia as the
The deceased was born in Cornwall.
Fnglauel, sixty years ago. When a
young man he came to the copper
country and found employment as a
miner in the Calumet & llecia. mine.
Later he etigagi'd in either pursuits
and for tho past fifteen years was cm
ploy e-d as janitor of the town ball.
one slater, Mrs. John C.olwell .if
Red Jacket shaft location and two
brothers, IhIuiii of Laurium and
Stephen of I-1 int. survive-. The- 1 ii idy
will be shippi-q Sunday and funeral
;,e t vices will be le ld Saturday of next
week under the diri-ctloti of Calumet
bulge of lild follow H.
INTERMEDIATES WIN MATCH.
Defeat Professionals on the Catholic
Club Alleys Last Evening.
Tlo bowling match bitwe-in tlo
Catholic Club Intermediates and I'm
fessionals on Iho V. M. C. alleys last
evening r'-suped in a vbtory for (In-fortue-r.
two out of Ihri-o games. Fo-
lew i in; at
MeArroii ll.i Ml in:
Daisie i i i ;i j
lieiirand Pit l-x l
Hirsch Pi:' lT M'i
Dei P.-.idcr '.' Ml I -
r,;:x UTS 7.'1
Clark I"'-' IN ll'
Schne nlei hahn l-';i ' l':t I"
F. Manger P."-' 1 1 7.1
Mun h 11" ll P'.n
PYTHIANS GATHER MONDAY.
.on Momiay evening the members of
Laurium LoiIkp. Ne. iiu.'. Knights of
Pvthhis. will ac t as In sU at .. re-
union of the ir topper country brethren
In the Lauiium bank hail. The pro
gratn pie.vlde.l for the confeiiinK f
I the third rank on a large class of can
jdidafes by Ihe degree ti-ani of Colum
I Ida lodge e.f Houghton, after which
i there- will be refreshments and an In
i foi m il program of music ami talks by
j prominent members.
If Tom Jones hud "rlom
when be ttie-d b Indncf
t re-enter the ring.
CANNED FOOD SPECIALS
whirls will pprer in our
April Trice IKI
I k-OPCO r TO TfeU. 'W,
- V1 too rio r (O
AM f'AV'FR THAI'
Mcv.r. than prrux
ttNTi A ROL.L.
An. r if ii i v.
WILL ADDRESS KNIGHTS
OF COLUMBUS TOMORROW
JUDGE O'BRIEN Ci-M 7 1 D TO GIVL
DISCOURSE AT MARQUETTE
.IuiU" P. II, ii Hiien will be among
the spiakeis at the eel cnmuial liicei
ing under the auspices of upper penin
sula KniKbts ol I'oluiiilius al Mar
quette Sunday. The subject of the
ibcoiirse is "American Citizenship "
other ijoakers will be Roc. J. A. Kcut
ami T. J. Dilution both of Ishpcinini;.
All councils in the upper part of lb"
state will be represented and Mar
quette members cNpevt at least two
hundred visitors. Special mas.4 at 9
o'clock will be followed by the for
mal opening of the meeting at which
three degrees Will bo eoufet led. Dis
trict Deputy M. H. Killl of Menom
inee who will confer the third ilegre-o
I will s'ioii leave upper Michigan lo"
j Portia. id, ore-., and Sunday's meeting
lis the .i-t at which ho will ofllciatei
J The llleetin- will Kolllillde with a
i banquet toinotiow overbid.
LAURIUM IS WILLING.
Coion.il Bowlers Have No Objections
to Meeting Red Jacket.
The nie-mhi rs of the Laui ium e-oiin-
il states lin y have no objection to
meeting the Led Jacket colllicjl mem
bers in a bowling match, such as has
be-on sovgestcd as all outgrowth of
this week's match between the- Reel
Jacke t and Laurium tireine-n. President
Joseph Wills, when nske el y ste-rday.
said the- Laurium couiu il members are
just as i untitle nt of the outcome n
are- the l.aiiriuiu !ireme-ii. who feel sure
that a set ei:, match ,n the Laurium
social dub alle vs is all that is neei-s-
sary to wi tit the uncertainty e-x-
isling since this wee k's mate h. The
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