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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
Father Can'tVcry Well Be Blamed.for Not Recognizing Grace
By F. LEIPZICER
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KICKING ONE OF THE FINE ARTS
OF AMERICAN RUGBY FOOTBALL
Not as Important as In Some Othei- Forms of Football but Still Ef
fective In Ground Gaining and Sconnq Rules Explained by Coach
Robbins of the Calumet Hiyli School Team.
Alihutiffl) kicking is H of to much
urtanoc In i ii modem rum of
Ftuffbx aa It 1h In tin- OtkOT Kann s
(ball, 't t Hi eAn moceed
, ,ni. nit at l ast n. Kd kii Ut r am!
tuch a playoff ia Frot)iMntly been tin
main tactor la the orlpuUag of Romeo.
There ftffe ofveval kfnae of Welu oaed
tor different porpoeee
a placekloh t Uoklai the ball fi""
. place mi Tin' gywund where it i.s
imuull) held by another player, ll i,:
used at kiefcoff, try faff noai after
u hdoemi and uanetlmri In a m rtm
. in trylna from k'.iI fffona the
puB( hi dropping the hall front
i;. hands and kJoklni it before it
touches the ground, it hi renorted t"
when tin' teatt cannot advance the ball
a i) other wag and ahw for the ocall
"onetde ki K." A pual oannol oort
OOL Its tUHl in the Itfc I t and
puntotti n in lat f be xtdataM d
diupttloh is UK'uptihm the bWI from
:!,. hands and BjOhini il the instai
i iMiunepa from the nffOaniL it hi need
ivety in tryhnj t'r goal fffoai
the 1 it Id.
'i ll.- bag ma) be alehed at an ttam
K pt when it is roiling mi the ground.
In cane d- g gtohotT, atchout, or kleh
from fair eateb, the ball must uu tan
. ii toward the wppon mta goal, un
- I unci hod ba an mHiiinent. or ehw
icleked over. Other ki. ks hmuj be
Uort as Jeoliod, if the athv i 1 1 . -lean
u h-H to advandi the ball bj
kick it niuet generally ki M m
uoiltg mi. Ihiwi'Vcr, a s'.Mlt PUOt, Off
nsid.'"" kick iM oriietlmm mad. with
the intention of altowlag attaohlni
iuera to recover the ball ttven pant
lit ..iiHld. " Kick il anv I'lay r is
utrtde when the ball la kicked -x
player who wu behind the ball when
n was kicked is said to be onatde, An
nnalde player may recover the ball bo
i; louchva an opponent oi even
Im fore ii too. in s i he ground,
player hi etYehk If I he baM aaa
i tOttOhed in Idas b) a plax r ot id.-
m n tram behind him. Howl v. r, nu
llaer can be coneldered offaide be
hind his teum'M K"l Hn- or when bold,
lug the ban for g placektck . plaj -
r maj at an) iim reco er a ban
loiiehed or fumbled by an opponent
i oiudde player and the enda or bncha
inay receive mm forward pam In
Hirtmmaaje, but M no other oaae ma)
friii. ,, !..,.. i. ,o. i. tti. hail. The
' i r who kicked the '-all hi oonaldi I
d offaide ami may not touch the ball
rt . ward. The umpln muat order 11
in given to the offended team as
i "in final down ai the point where
touchca Hr is ion. had bj an trffaklo
player unteati the fOUl ott'ura within
tit.' oponni' ten yard line, ui which
iw (In? play is considered n touch
k and Hn- ball given to the etmo
netiu . ii their twerit) rard line,
The purpose of the pdhl is nhnpl)
i" n i the iaii as far ra from tb
kl ki r's goal iih peootble, Ii is uau
all) made b) Ike fuiTbaek standing be
in nd all the other pra era f hla team,
no playec is aehilde and the ball
no) not be racovored until " muchm
n i ppofmnt.
sin tha khakar hi not allowed te
recover iIh hall n defending playei
mm run ii. i kandi him roughly.
ii an uipoii.-nt ioiutt s ihis rale nai
nfflehM Who sirs ii must ord.-r th''
'ffendlnf pmyoff dtacjuattfted and aua
p mi. .i from tha ggaare.
Mo playw f sitheff sid.' may klcl
r kkm at tha ball arhlle it is on the
gi ami or bounding alter a pual II
i hla rata i rtotgtad "" r f t
"mptra must ordht the ball il'en '
"" onpt it. atg ai iiw potrtl bore Ike
H ih baM is aMtad into the plaj -
' on the line m' i- rlininane il ges
the PBOonaata urdeaa II was ton hod
a DlavM- ,,r iii.. defending team and
He a rceavered bj v ptayer of the '
'a kin. team, ir tha ball is hi
oui of gamadM b bn uruchlnd jm
PUer entitled to raeewdr it snd befot
tTonsin? the opponent:, goal lino, u
shall Belong to the opponents nf the
point when ll eroMe.l th- sld lim .
of bounds, ii shall belong to which
ever team y. ts poBoeaalon of it first.
Ii' the hall is kicked across the goal
i line ni tin' fly or it it roils across after
striking the ground or it' it strikes
the goal even though it bounds back
: into the field of pie) , the play Is a
it is touchback if a player of the
defending team permits the baM t"
strike him and roH across tin Knai line
and a player of his team fella oc V
it is i. ni atouchback bat a nehVy,
i Rountlng two points for his oppor.eM
! if be hnrjgles the boll or carries ii in
I In a.i waj forces it across the goal
i l i in .mil tin ii an ubuer uf his team
falls on il.
it the kk'ked ball croasns the goal
line without being iuggied or forced
across b) an) player, it Is dead ns It
crosses tii" lim it' it is forced seroae,
liowevi r. ll is not dead until aom
phi S i r falls . ii il Mild il a pla r l lhl
team stteeklng goal falls on it behind
the goal line it hi a touchdown and
counts i points for thai player's
After a tnuchba
team d fending ll
or safety! the
goal puts the ball
in play on their twenty yard Une slthi .
by ;i kickoul of a acrhnmam from find
ii ni.. bah is to ba put hi pht) by
a klckoal some plsyer of ti loam de
tending the goal carrlea th. baU out,
walking parallel to the etdclhMn to
his team's twenty yard Ibn and there
hicks it by a punt, dTopfclck OT place
The baU must be kicked froai soom
no. i,t v it hin the Kh ker s twent) ar I
ime and no phtyor of the kleher's
learn me) advance beyond ibal Una
with the ball i" his iioascasion. w
oiayw of the klckeff's team may alloe
the ball to touch las ' Kl w Ithoul
Inunedlatel) putting it la pht) b) ktoh
;.. it, The real of the kicker's team
most be i " iiind lbs baU when ll U
in , ;,s. ..I kdatkm of anv "I these
rote I he baH shall be kicked over
again from a potol five yards n an r
the un k. rs goal line and the "i'i"
nenta allowed to appmaeh n Ihw flva
)Fgida i an r the kicker's woai line.
The defending team hall be on lb
attacking team! Ivrent) ad line
aaan'r their own goal gntll the ball
hi kicked or tom in s the ground oi i-s
rartied beyond the twent) yarn im
i of v RMathm of tids rum,
,...1, im i i i.. ,i .mi from a point five
yards nearer the goal line of the of-
l,n dim; playeVa Uam I ""'
.B team required to remain oenmo
ii,,,. rive ynrds nearer then- grn goal
The ball mua Kicked a leasl ten
yards toward the opponents' goal line
L h is not conaldered l PbW
mast be Wcfced dgnhi from ihe mm
place as before.
Ubeti a ban has beer, bkrked My
pMyer wf the defending team ma) "JW
-jrt bin m""!' f "jatwi 1 fi'"
,,. b, raisiag his hand clearly nbov.
',, bead ii" I- Ihen proeted I from
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intcricren , . o
hcs and h. ids the wan ".n..,
touches the iround and doe. not Uke
more than iwo atepa nflcr nntAIng
ku team ma) have the op-
iha ball In Pht) b)
Ss3l 5- ZtTLt
iS ;, serlinmnge as n
It be takes m re I hen two atepa ifl
, ., i ida learn must pui
"wU" " ; immag.' fivu
Ihe hull In Ida I'J ,.
.rds from iht i""" ,a'
toward ih. ir own I
In Ii posit ioll 1 1
A h. n ll id '' 111 ' . ...
STer th. ....... ,,ut
"f iH W"V-.. ..... rt.ren c the am-
,M ""r , . fair -f'- bJ
: z& z - - -
moon i after ba has made ;i fair catch
Tha permit) for this foul hi the name
aa for Interference with the catch,
If a signal I'm ;i lair CUtvh is mad 1
by . : 11 s player and another player of
hla team who has not signalled for
HtCh eatches the hall, no run shall
Im nllowed nor Is a fre kick allowed,
i. in ih" baU imist be put in play by a
scrimmage b) the catcher's team at
the potol when th" oatoh aras made.
a fn a ki. k is aay kick a ben 1 1
i p nis im- restrained by rah from
advancing beyond a certain petal be
fore the ball is pm in play, it Includes
klckoff, kickout. puntout and piece"
kick fat goal after a touchdown n
"ii iis kick after fair oaten.
If g free kick bj te be nii.de fol
io whig a fair catch, the ball amy be
put in play by B punt. dffCglklOk, Off
piacekick, either from the potat of the
i ii.ii or .-"me point directly back m
it. No player ol the KicKing team ma;
advance with the baM bt Ma pose, a
s un nearer thi epnoneute' goal line
thau the point nt the cab h without
iniinedi.it' I) putting the ball Into pla!
bj kk'ktns It. The kk'kers loam mast
be behind the ball when it Is kk'ked.
in ease of violation of an) of these
condlttuaa the ball is kicked over from
a point five yards nearer the klckeff'i
u.ial line and the opponents are allow
1,1 t.. approach a line avs ) aids nearer
The oppeeM nts must be behind a line
ten v aids ii- ir-1 t heir oe n goal than
iii" point n! the fair catch until the
bail is kicked, touch, d to ti" ground
or carried beyoud the polnl of the miff
, ..t, i. This rule 1h enforced even
v h. ii pats the team .' hind its goal
Una and a second offense behind' tie
goal ii..1' is penalised the name as on
the field of pht) ,
in ease "i a violation of an) of these
rotes the ball amy ba kicked from u
polnl fi, yards near, r the opponents'
goal line and the defending team mas;
remain flvs yards farther back.
The dropklch and placiklck are used
after a free catch when the attacking
I, am hi near enough to the opponents'
10 thni there is ii chance ot
scoring field goal b) the Wck.
Points may be scored b) tout hdowrts,
quills after ton, luiow ns. m io imm
and safeties, an wW be eaotalned In
the final Instalment neal week,
IN AUTO RACING
Competition Between Speed De
mons Doomed, It Is Claimed
j gecond Kiini"
R H lij New Y'.rk
:t s u i Urn Iter and Fish
. : . i . .
Chlcagu a iiaieyer
is. vi a innings.)
Bettor lea Rowan and Clarke; Bta
i si Loaki'Pittaburgh game post
,.,o i ijehtfad the revival of th. apnrl lias
1 1, mui .
.ui l;i roved two things: I'irsi. the public
is willing to support the game with
out the batting rlngb and, secondly,
there ure any number of horseman
j adMfcag to maim. no a ruetag stable
', ' I witi fear thai by so aotag s they
.. , " .in di lose noney.
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PLAYERS DRAFT DEMANDS-
Basebill Fraternity H Grievances
AflSinal the Majoi-
petrolt, Midi.. Sept. -' Members
of tae Detroit American lengtn baai -
baall el.il. lute todi.y eonPiined a r-
pori thai t eumbnll paayera' frater
nity has drafted a series af dein-.n-i-
wklch are to be preavntid t" the own
era of major kmgue clubs during the
v later lor their approval, alter which
Ikey win be aubaaitts I to lbs national
(wnmlsalon with the requeet thai they
be made pan of the bvwa govomlng
. rmitilscil baseball.
i, a li said that already staty-nve
i er ceni of the nunathera of the nlay
era' frati mil) have bidoraed the prop
osition KOur Importanl demands are
,,,!,., (unatderatkm, it andata -
The) an i
s,, pktyer who has been momiwff
, r a n.a.ior ie.iKue elub for ten rearl
shall be kI'" other than his umoe
No player who baa been a niemoer
, r g saahw and minor league elub In
clusive for twelve years shall be kIv-
, ,, othei than hla urn iltkaud ra
v.. ijvr who ha- been carried on
. tor lanont ctnb's i ay roll until
July BlmU OS releas.u in I
agtees waivers are securad from the
Mxte. n . hffhg of the American and Na
oi ijoff hasgue club oww r shall as
prohibited from oarrytng a phtyoff who
Mm an opportunity to play on another
league Hub until the late month- et
ike se .s. n. thug taking advantage oi
lh im when the lenma are rorr
taaj many reornlta, to eand tth! fdtyri
i question to the mteajra.
Automoblls mad racing bt the
United states appears to ba doomed.
Fur the past live yeam there has been
ii gradual decline In the interest in this
branch of 1 1 Motor raclag gsme, un
til at preeenl the outlook is very dis
couraging for those Identified with the
snort This condition has been smpha
sized during the past week by the an
nouncemeni that the Savannah Auto
mobile Association has boon able t"
..ni. nu only .'He entr) for the famoui
V'anderblll and Grand Prise rucea and
the reduction of the entr) fee for the
fourth International Sweepstakes race
at tridtanapvtls from $"..mi to :", with
the si ipuiatinn thai lift) per cent of
the te would be refunded for nil cars
thin start In the race,
There are several contributing
causes foi ih" decline of rood raclug.
a fee year, ago promoters of road
races and 24- hour contests were aide tu
. liar;;" an eUtffy fee of H,f0e and from
fifteen tu thlrt) oars would be entered
b) the manufacturers, tfpectel racing
trews wen maintained b) man) of tha
motor car factories ami the annual ap
propriations lor the racing depart
ments of the manufacture ra aggregat
ed thousands of aottara.
Promoters garnered all the financial
benefits from this arrangement and the
,,ii' return for the makers was tie
publicity following the event, of which
the winning car obtained the lions
share. To an anauooeaaful njianufac
tarer, s v race meant -,i direct taaa
of from IS..! tu lioaaa, ami alth from
ten to twelve road events during the
year the total annual expenditure ha
the raotng departroenl of the id nrm
totalh .1 iTa.aea, or Rie per oi m Interest
on ,8ao,aoo. rVom a commercial
standpoint this enormous outhi) wna
without gjl) real, .-imin nsiirati . i -t
ime b) one the manufaetiwrera drop
pad uul oi the r;o inu gamp, dhdmnd-
I t ii, ii crews ami lurneu imir at
tention to putting an unproved car on
the markel of more attractive uesiaii
and at ii reduced prtoa, and the com
mercialisation of the pleasure car fol
lowed. The i "Mill baa been a gain for
the imrcbnslng puldte and si the sam
lime a matt rial mi im-; tu the manufacturer,
ft bonis e 1
Batteries Williams and Qibeoa;
; Droa n and Agnea
I B H I
Chicago -i :! "
Batteries- Clcotta and Be ha Ik; ghlk
em. ra and Carta ii
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Uattcrieth iwbue' andOlbaoo! St. en "The puhHe paid a one tribute to
unu o'Nell racing tbroughoul the entire seasea,
Second game R H I salu Belmont, when mm ana women
Detroit i ; 2 1 go frequently le the brack and sit in
Cleveland I I the grandatand ana look at the aorees
BatterieaWlllett and Oibaon; Cul lt Bhows lhmi th--'' ,',"'1'ly '"'
lop and Carttcb tereeted In the apori They want rac-
R I! K hiB just S4 Much as man other par
I,(iS(ii11 - ; ; sons wam hiiseiiiill. Another deiis;i lit
Phitadriphla . . . - 1 j feature f" season was the way
Batteries -'ollbia and BneB; Houek many new patrons of the turf bought
.mil m.iintiiineii fine norsea in me i
R H R "r a ftaanctal loss."
wnMnRS RAREBALL HERO
Bt Lou hi .
t. and Olli
Ft ll. B.
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r and Sn d. r; 1 m
R, M, i:
CltH-'Innui i - ' '
Chlcagu ... -li i- i
Batteries Johnson and Blackburn:
Vaughn ami Archer.
U. II V:
Philadelphia -:! 11 :;
Bomon .... 13 I
Battel i CI iin" rs and I taoln i Ru
dolph and Rariden.
B ll. B,
Batteries Caldwell and gweeae)
Groome and Henry,
Batteries - Bcoti an
Itaumgurtm r and .n s
a n K Schools Close and Business Suspends
When Cubs' Player Goes Home
i I :: Loganeport tad., Sept.. -;. The
GREAT YEAR FOR RACING.
I schools are closed toda) and buataees
i to ii great extern auapanded bt thai city
I in honor of lohnni Cwrtdon, Inflelder
i of the Cube, who eame to his home
!.,,,. ,, t,. riM I. In Hi, nils esiiei'.allV til"
August Boimcnt Prec'icts Sport will youngsters who worship Mm aa
be at its Best. j hero, a chance to see him play with his
NeU Yoik. Sept. 27, August Bel-1 team. The gaune was M'ranged as a
moat, chairman ol tb Jockey clob j ceanplbaeal to UM great lafhdder and
mo on.- ..f the greatest frlmda af the Johnny COrrldan is the central ngure
liorse predicts thai next aiasun'a rac- of the most enthusiastic deraonstn
lag will be aa even greater luccew tlons of pride and edMtratton on the
iii 1 1 ihitii a ii-
ii this s.
ll. .1. 1 part of the cltlaens, oung and
i tin w "'naKr.
UU 7 nniiEi
lalll. 1 I
11 kl k R in u
OP , , ,. si x MaMririiasa eat ont
nii nnished a compieie gown .n -
mlnut a .-.dins In moa .ram.
isl,', ren.arki.hle. soring hW HJIKI
tll,.VI, wearina Mrem atayi W
..rk Rienlng Ttlefffam
A' eOl I mi W a mrsM
wood i- tlierwaghfy geaMfM nd
mill is mtl all) outiin. . i i
moachs mterssewtla ntJU eontu.n
ina lime -.nd other ntateriala.
W. U Put
New York N 's
PhUadelpMn H M -H
Pittsburgh s H; "j
Boston ,;"' j
Brooklyn ' 1
Cincinnati ,;i sT '-,
St. Louis j.
v. L Im
Ck vol tad ! H W
Chicago " :,,('
I let roll M fe , :"
St. lands .. IM .37S
New York "1 W
Not orial Lsague.
Broohl) ' " riiiiad. iphi'i.
New York al II- StoM
Philadelphia at WushtiiKton
Boston iit New Yolk
il " a
jtt, n I'a iiaui .ind t l tik.
Cheney and Archer
A Familiar Sight
the World Over
Enough "Bull" Durham
is sold in a year to roll
cigarettes every min
ute ot every day.
ight watch; the
c at his club;
in the fac
uehicf" in bil
offiee: the sailor before
mf the arlmirgl in his cabin
soldier in the barracks; the general in
his quarters; men ot every nation, occu
pation ;ind class all find unequallid enjoyment
and satisfaction in "Bull" Durham hand-nude
(Enough for forty hand-made cigarettes in each 5-cenl tacK
Enough "Bull" Durham is sold in I vc.ir to make approximately
12 billion cigarettes about the same number as all brands of ready-
le citrarettei in this country comomeu aim inc.- !.n.s .nv. ..
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truing. I his proves that the majority oi smoKcr umi
I" " 1 ii j f.,. "liull" riiirham
1 Cl ICS It MIC CI IIOIII "I"' .. .......
Tobacco afford prc.itcr enjoyment
and satisfaction than anv rc.uiy-madc
eigarettet they c an buyl
The deliKhtfnlrMnftt of "Btill"
Durham hand-made cigarttttfl ll I
rcvcl.ition. They have a rich fra
grance and satisfying flavor not possible
in rcadv-made cigarettes.
Qet a lack of "Bui!" Durham t1J and
learn whyti i gwoked by more millions of mm
than Ml other high-gtadc tohettosi hvcl
A hnr.h of " rrrr"
rRt'E uiith each
But it n strtkei Muj itayer aha is
nt It K ,1 u, o,., it nnd tin n poos on