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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SEVEW OF THE LOOKS There Seems to Be a Slight Misunderstanding B'Jf F LE1PZIGER lonO.MOO " fni irx'V 1 NWVjy HLA5 l : , rOH I DID1! rT i "OH, MR VMI ' BEMlf hiX 7LA-K on 1 (i k VVASf HtAftX cP ,T fS YW 1-OVfP f , ' ' Vj0, AN) CoWlO PL. P - WlfcVl 'i WL,r-T KARROO A .. IrfAiu' VITH LitiAtC; Lo OF WR-J DYT: DiPnVt 0V J HlMJjO L OVC. ANC'l Hu .M-TMAl'. PO NO,r AND-K lW li-Pt- Verr I TIME , I'LL d,o VP ' 7JJt' MRvM He w. MtM mmhi L.. -:- t 7 f I AND WITH k li fclMPKlNS TJ A Limr HN, ' MG H4i HE(WPN Vvl J KEK HHAND' " ' V ' VjlJ y r Lk UP.tAT . V i wife? rL fi:L. m f Mtv Sa 1 I p.vril,i Pit l.j Tl. M, ! im N..j .,,,,-r ui... io BOXING, WRESTLING, AQUATICS. TENNIS, POLO SPORTS HOCKEY, BASEBALL. BOWLING, FIELD-TRACK FROMCALUMET Victory By 4-2 Score Ties Teams for League Leadership Team Standings. V. L. l'.i C.illllllrt S ,' .i'r .MiH-ririai fo s o 1 1 'irt;ui" Iike S li ..')7I imiutii 7 : ,i:!s Can.tilian Woo I lu .2S'i Tin- AlitliiKan Sm liockt-y team l.tst ukM Hid Calumet for tin- h-ucW-rshlp t( t!u wi'SUtii division of t In Ameri can Anintur Ifot'ke.v association by (Iffi-iiting tlio Infills in a hard-fought g.inif at the Colosseum by the seore of to J. It Ivas brilliant hoekey and at linn s had the erowil of close to J.1'00 ;',ui!- lndering on hysterics. The Soo (I. served to win. The visitors Hhadfl tin' Incairt In combination work duiiim lli' liiL half i f the iame. inisteriiiK four oals to one and the tterlin de fense tl.ey put up in the secern! half made ii almost Impossible for Calu ni' t to even up the score. The Calumet team seemed to play (low its usual standard, this applying sin-dally to the defense, which seem ed unable to break up the Soo com binations effectively. The forwards Jlayed .'i fast airsressive same but with a few notable exceptions the combina tion wi'8 off color. The sumo was exceptionally fast. The players of each team seemed to rcdize tiie stake for vhich they were 1 laying and at times became almost ivrkle.w in their aniety to corc. Tin-re were a lew tuubreaku of rough iitss, which were iuic)ily quelled by tlie orticials, who meted out more pen alties than usual. Tripping was a rather lic'iuent occurrence, both teams biliijf uuilty in this respect. On n- "itli Mahnn'N bead ami the latter came I'.t' k v':t the larquiM of Queensbury r-uite. Moth men were made. Hpecta tors for a period of three, minutes. ''alum t was the lirst to scoif, ion i'"e slioi.ting" alter u pietfy combina in which It. Treslown, lU-ynolds :nul Stroud figured. Uut the advan tage for Calumet was short lived, Murray e vening- up the score by shoot big from a Kciinimage live minutes lat er. In a few minutes Michael niado It two for the Soo, shooting attar passes from Murray and Halley. Uodin registered goal three .liter a combina tion with Hill, and Michaels shunmcd a Hie fourth for the S)o unaided. Iur. inn the latter part of the half the play wiih in Calumet terrltiry the greater 1'irt of the time. Calumet's lone goal iu the second half was made by. Re-y-iioMs from face-off about a yard from tlie Soo net. The puck had not tuch i-d th" Ice when a Jab lrom Reynold's MirR ktu-e-ked it into the net. The stars of the Soo team were Ta! hoii In genii, who whs kept busy dur iin the second half, Murray at cover, which playVd a great offensive game In addition to helnpr "n tower o f-inngth on defense and Michaels, who was wry effective In center Ice. The latter player app-are1 here one e bc 'le this season, pliying with Hhe 'ar,adian Soo. Tor Calumet. Ktrefi-l RACE MAY BE ABANDONED. New Haven, Conn., Teh. 24. A pro position to abandon the race for four "'"s und substitute for it an event for Kcond varsity e ights. Is to be put fcr ward by Yale during the negotiations "ith Harvard to a:raiiKe for the regal t:i on the Tlv.tnu river at New Lon ll"ii next June. Yale believes that the 'bange would stimulate -interest !i rowing. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVR HROMO QUININE "uW. stop the. Cough and Headache "d work off the Cold. Druggists r 'und money if u falls to cure. K. W. C,rovP Knatur, oll parn l)0T 23 ceni8,-Aavertlwmcnt. STAR INFIELD TROUPES. ATHLETIC JXIIHLH. Stuffy Mclnnis, first base-; IMdii- Collins, second base; I'rank llaker, third base; Jack IJarry shnrtto). CHICA(Ki IMTKLH. 1'iank Chaiicc. first base; John Evers, second base: Harry Steinfeldt, third base; Joe Tin ker, shortstop. nosTox iiii:li. Fred Tcnny, first base; Hobby Lowe, second base; James Col lins, third base; Heriiian Long, shortstop. HALTIMORK IXITKLH. Jack I)o le, first base; I'epper Ueitz. second base; John Me (5 raw, third base; Hugh Jen nings, shortstop. CHICACO IM-'HCLI). Adrian Anson, first base; Fred l'feffcr, sei ond base; Tom Hums, third base; lid. William son, shortstop. and Mahan played the best hockey and Mointte In goal, also stopjicil many hard shots. TJie teams lined up rs follows: Soo. Calumet. Tallion Momtte goal Thompsctt lu Treglowr. )l)illt Muz Murray J. Treglowu cover point Michaels Reynolds confer (b-din Stroud rover Hill 'Monro- right wing Hailc-y 'Mahan left wing Itefe-ree Shields. Judge of play William Mahan. Time of halevs l'." minutes. Penalties Mlciuii Is, tripl ing; Stroud, e-heckiug; J. Treglowu, trip ping: fiodin, tripping; Monroe, trip ping; tb.din, tripling; Reynolds, trip ping; fiodin, tripping; one mlnuie each.. Mahan and Michaels, mixing, three minutes each. Stephen.'! of th" So will come to Calumet Thursday iiiuht to referee the Caiumct-IVrtage Iikc game. The Calumet and Son teams will meet in the Colosseum again thi.s evening. CONNIE TO STAND PAT. Thinki Present Outfield Fattest In the Game. l'hlladelphia, I'm.. Feb. 21. Unless one of his recruits shows up to be .1 wonder, Connie Mack will stand pat 011 Itfs outfield with oldring, Stiunk and Kddie Murphy" as his regular ganb-n- ers and Danny Murphy and Fete Daley in reserve. If he needs another out fielder, instead of using a youngster, Mack will send Jack Lapp into the field. Mack believes that his outfield last year was the best in the country, des pite the claims made for Hoston's trio. He has a .3o) hitting combination with plenty of speed, ground-covering ability, and, If without the marvelous arms of the Hoston bunch ,at leut good peggers. Danny Murphy Is a real .30:) bitter, while Daley Is a .3a0 man If worked ri'gularly. If he eloc.e nor get regular wcik he slumps in hitting, as was shown last e-fir. When Strunk was hurt and Daley took his place, in a few das he started hitting hai'd. Sent back to the bench and used occasion ally, he fell down. Lapp Is substituted for Walsh, who was sold to New York. Jack is a much better hitter than Walsh, and while not the enitfielder. the catcher Is cap able of handling a fly ball. Resides these men, Mack has Chath-s Ilrlckley, a hard hitt-r, whom he earrled last year without using much. Irene Fen wick, Joseph Kllgour and uAverul other well known players are In the cast of the new comedy "Along Came Ruth." recently piodii'ed b Henry W. Savage. COACH PREFERS 4-WIILE COURSE Nickails of Pennsylvania Opposed to Courtney Suggestion Philadelphia, Feb. 1M. Vivian Nick alls, coach of the University of Penn sylvania oarsmen, tmlax discussed th proposal by Coach Courtney, of Cor nell, that the course of the varsity race at Pounhkeepsle this year be .shortened from four to two miles. Nickails ii unqualifiedly opposed to such action, and will combat vigorously any effort to cany It out. Courtney's reason for "cutting" th eld course was that the strain of a four mile race was harmful to tlu cilbgians, whom, he believed, wit--not strong enough to stand the wear and tear re-quired iu a race at that distance. After remarking that a two mile contest would be just as strenu ous as the four mile race, Nlckall 1 mid: "The four mile race at Poitghkecp.sio is one of the best tests, if not the best, if brawn and courage we have in In tercollegiate sports, A varsity boat in the annual race- on the Hudson Is no place for a weakling, and one never is found there. The type' of athlete who participates in that race is ideal. He is well able to stand the grind. "(n the other hand, apropos of the two mile suggest ion made by Mr. Courtney, 1 would say that the race ..t that distance would be just as Injur ious and piobably more injurious, to the athletes, th in a contest at the dis tance rowed lust car, and in piwlous regattas. "At two miles the race would be 1 continuous spurt, and instead of row ing iu the e-aily stages with the easy sweep that marks the contests now, the men would 'hit her up' from the start. Stu b a stroke would do far more harm to the athletes than the variety of stroke-s-to-tlie-ilnute now used." The M-ntiment on the Penn campus is that Cornell feels that, the Ithaca crew would be more likely to win at two miles. And the undergraduates point to Cornell's elefcat by Syracuse last jcar to substantiate their opinion. FAMOUS TENNIS COACH. Aguttcr, English Star, To Coach Am erican Defenders. Ne-w York, Feb, 1M. Ce-oige Agut tcr. one of England's most famou.-; lawn tennis professionals, has been engaged as e-oach for the West Side Tennis club. Aguttcr has acted as professional coach at Wimbledon, Itrighton, the- tiue-en's club and at the Riviera lournnnienfV He will take charge of the courts at Forest Hills the latter part, of next month. Rob Wre-nn has designated him as the chief Instructor of the American pla.xers who will be nomi nated to defend the Davis cup against the foreign challengers. Aguttcr will take the place of Charles R. Haggett, the Knullsh pro fessional that the West Side cluV im ported last je-ar. It is said that Abut ter's contract will cause his remunera tion to be in the neighborhood of $10, 000 a ear MORRIS RAISING POULTRY. "White Hope" Still Insists He Is Champ of Heavies, Arrlmore, Okla.. Feb. :. Carl Mor tis, the Sapulpa engineer, for seve-ral ycnis considered the Oklahoma white mans hope in the light game. Is start ing a chicken ranch ncur Sapulpa, n ne-w venture he feels certain will he succe-ssfnl. He Is' stocking the ranch with the best strains of fowls obtain able nnd expects to make the business 1 permanent one. At the same time he insists that he Is still in the heavyweight champion list, and says ho has several bouts scheduled for the near future. Elizabeth Murray has left the ca'.t of "Hi,'h .link;;" nnd ii now in Miudu-vlllo. ' ! 't i i J "J1 J ! : PACIFIC COAST LIKELY TO GET BALLOON RACE ? ! ! Ne-w York, Feb. -4. The national hulouii race may go to the Pacile coast this year. James M. Rcig, of Finland. Ore., has wired Alan R. Haw ley, of the Aero club of America, th.t the managers of the annual rose fes tival there had decided to scj aside tin allowance of $3,hhi if the mte is held at Portland dining the festival week beginning June la. Mr. Ha why has referred the a indi cation to the Aero club's contest coii! mittee. It is stated that the idea Is re gal ded with favor, as tending to stim ulate interest in the sport on the Pa cific coast. The result of the natioaal balloon race determines tin- selection of Am eriia's represent it ivc in the contest for the International cup. Kansas City, from which many of the national races have started, is' this year to have the international contest, a'ld has bee n ten Iuh iu pieparntion for this bir cvc:t to fc'ive attention to the snvilb r lace. PROVIDE FOR WADDELL. Connie Mack and Ben Shibe Help Out Eccentric Pitcher. Philadelphia, Feb. The plan 'o git up u public subscription in Phila delphia for Rube Waddell, the once great southpaw, has been nipped In the bud. Waddell is now at San An tonio, making a, hard light to overcome the ravages of tuberculosis. As soon as the fans of this city heard of tl. plight of the man, who was once their idol, they began talking of getting up v purse for him. Such a move would undoubtedly have proved verj popular, bet de plan will not be permitted. Tl :ii- cials of the Athletics will see that Waddell ,as every financial assistance necessary iu his fl-.-ht to regain his health. This fact was brought out .it the dinner of the Philadelphia Sport ing Writers' association. Joseph M. McOeedy who Is a right-hand man of the Athletics, made It known that 't was not necessary to plan a subscrip tion to aid Waddell in getting the best of medical assistance In his fight re life. He stated that Manager Ma and Renjamin F. Shibe-, president of the Athletics, had already planned to give Waddell the best that money could obtain In his declining days. HANS WAGNER 40 TODAY. Shortstop of Pirates Still One of Dest In the Gnme. Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 24. Hon us Wagner, .shortstop of the Pittsburgh National league baseball team and ene of the best known plaers In the his tory of the sport, received a flood of congratulations from friends and ad mirers today 011 the occasion of his fortieth birthday anniversary. Wag ner wns born In Carnegie-, 'Pa., ami still makes that place his h-mc. He bega:: his baseball career In IMiT, with. tin Steubenville team in the old e'entral cssociatii n. Since- he Joine d the Na tional league In 1 it7 Wagner has nev er fulled to bat for a season's average be-low ,r.00. He is otuv preparing for the trip to Hot Springs to get mto con dition for bis e-ightci nth year in the big league and his fourteenth consecu tive season with the Pirates. We Pay c a Pound For Clean Cotton Rags NO SCRAPS The Calumet News FORTY ENTRIES ARE LOOKED FOR Indianapolis Speedway Event May 30, to Attract Foreign Stars Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 24. With the re-ceipt of signed ent.- blanks from Jules ejoux. winner of last year's contest, and his famous teammate. Ocorccs p.ulllot, the champion driwr of Farope, together with the cible.1 report that the contracts of Jean Chus sagtie, holder of the vol Id's hour rec ord; of tJuyot, runner-up In the (Irand Prix of Le Mans last fall, and of 'chri.--tiaens. th" famous liclgiaa. are in the mail, the niana'-etiierit of the Indiaii apchs motor speedway tlnds the entiv list for its next "i1".' mile- race, ihr-e months hence, in-.-re-ased to a total of elcvn. Tin- held now stands as fol lows: No. I'm' Driver. 1 I'minun I.rrm.in 2. Suit. I'oeper ". Suit. iu' isMii 4. Cray Fox Wie-or :.. Pllllet ICe.-lo- ti. Peugeot (botx 7. Peugeot Poi.l :l !l Sunbeam (iiass.i;ne- 10 Deluxe Ciiyol 12. P.xielsior ( h ri.-t ia n -j 17. ! Surma n No name It Will be llote-d that ill the allotllf-M of numbers Isoillot dr-v l.n-ky seven. Iii.t.-inic ii a.s he. in all probability, will be tl-c public favorite, this stroke of v! r 1. s- e-ms quite apropos. Number i;,:.t b; :; not been given out yet, be-iiu; r .-ci v. d for the Maxwell team, whh'i ! n . t i ' 1 1 all the more be-causc it Is d ;i S ci ing with Joe- Dawson, who drove it to i'. lory in 1U12, Is counting on its hu-Vy influence for aid. Number e-lcv--ri ;: never utie-d. because- of its confus ing resemblance t( one. Thirteen is :.'-r;. Kiu-el for obvious reasons. At tlje present rate of increase the speedway field promises to reach a to tal e.f fe-rty Well before the entry li.'i 1 !m-s, May 1. Inasmuch as e-nly thir ty ears wHl be allowed to start, it .-ei-ms entirely probi-l.li- that an elimi nation series will haves to b- held to determine the final lineup. Among those- who are e-xpecte-j to be added to the field very shortly are Pi btte and De- Palma, in Meiveeles: Pablet and Teit, in Delates: Duray, in a third Peugeot; N -aire), in a car of his own; (Irani hi a Sunbeam, Mar quis h:n1 Cillto'iiey in lsotias; (ld ::eid. Wishart and i'nli'-n in .ue-re-ef: Dawson. Mull -rd, Dislbuov.. J I earn,', and many either'!. 'The- 1'nili r Dor." .1 plu b William lla'OMV Priggs, is moil to be prnelae-d in London with a e-empany headed bv Miunie Tiltle-lt! line OUTWITS OTHER MANAGERS. Clarke Gr.ffth Uses Old Tricks Others Have Forgotten. Washington. Feb. 24. Tom ltro'.Mi. famous old National league olltlie-Uler, with with more- than passing inten-st. liark eSrillilli's woreis to I be- e-ffect that base-ball -.ii years ago was Just as fa--t as the game toela.v. 1 1 r i IT bit the nail 011 the heael," dc-elaie-d Tom. "I playeet vsilll the Louis ville Colone-ls ill 1V4 and we pulb-d off the same stulT in those- clas the log g n p ic-ams are playing toda.. "Why. I can sit In the gr.-iulst.m J now and t'-ll you what the Nationals an- going Uj do when ("riff's team is at bat. One M-asoii why tin- Washington e!;ib has been successful is that "rll"f Is pulling eid piavs that meist niaaag ers have forgotten, and ge-ttir.g away with them. He is con-tantly inlxlng up lis attack and has the either fellow ce.r.ti.Mialb. on the anxious seal. "I disagree- with ("riff in one particu lar. I believe that lln-iv are more fu.-.t pi. '.vers in the caun- today thin back in iVii, i ;;t we- plaed Just us goml ball and use--! exaetl the- same- plays." Pe-rtha K.iich. v h- n sue- n-turns o Ne-w York lioni CiPi.i. i-: u appear in vaudeville in a e onde-nsi-d version of I "Martha id' tin- Lowlands." HARD COLO? 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