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MONDAY. MARCH 2. 1914.
7 ri- 71, . . But wah UOL NV iwi l vhappv you rio i mi maw SLXjJfJ A M.NU7. Aboui ONE.' MIM4M -iMe: SKINS' YOU BACK ) I IM PLACE f CAN Oil L7"" ut i: NHtRE ..... .'. ".. . v. t i will .am. r m r ' -h r i i CALUMET NICKNAMES OF BALL PLAYERS Abbreviation Leads to New Cog nomens for Stars of Game As a rwl' the name by which a hasa kill player is known to the box scire Iws Ik h-uucd '" him li'i'in 1 1 1 - la nf l,,.. birth, but in nannies prenxea i tin- sunmnii s m mamiiun t'UTis niu-n bear ftol ii"1 Hiht Matl6Mh1p ti the ohm by wi.i'h tiifv wen' ctirlst- ttw4, Nearly vibodjf knows that tii liiiin'il fnmBMKtt of the present world')) i : I" i .tin M ..III ' mi-n-o miii imi.- ..i - Qillicuddy until he brake Into baae ball slid thai hiH utf Wmm attoftanad to Ci'iuiie .Mai k ly players and writers in ibeer Jeiiperattoa i the thought of Mini bo much braath ami space every time lit- was spoken of OT written of. Then there was Ossir Hchivi k. the (oraer Athletic catcher, whoee lull MMm was ssrnrerKenmi.st, ;nni im- W lute nix nave a harkstop wim-e te title is omethlnc lllie I kuwitaach, I'or yean Qena Pe raiiniM i lie. the veteran shortstop, known by the Brat two syllables K MS n.itne. in such cases the desire for brevity v.i.-: l!,.- sole cause for the changed n - nracbiturai The t'uis have a oatcher in iii. Cottar who started his prof as Nosal raraar as "t'arter." baoaaae lie mu deslroua of retaining his amateur status hi Manhattan Oollsjssj while !!..' ii.:; summer pgeahsjlt. He appears on the oflewl recmis of the National Coeunisslofl as "'arter." Then There's Eddie Collins. A similar case 1st that of Bddle Cl tins of the world's champions, who broke into haseltall as Sullivan, and aeai la the kackeaen under thai name A ni ire unusual case is that of War- bep, the Yanfcaa pitcher. Re is n iron- Bias Cell h the name of I 'leininc, but hr posed as an Indian while pitching with the Nebraska Indians some years IgD, uid took the name under which be gained bts rapntatlM to help sua isJn the illusion. Sam Strang's ri hi RSfllc was Xlcklen, bv! on account of parental objactloni to profaaakmal btsehall, he used hla middle neaie' for Idrntiflcatlon purposes on the diatm lid. Onlj in exceptional canes, like those already named do ball players adopt m.iKe nantea. No one would accuse Anns sirunk, for Instance, of having assumed thai label unless it was raat Bed on him iy circumstances oval bli h he had no control. V li -n Ten Million broke In the big rinuit last arid tar for spring try out evci body tl 'ixht that was a pbone, it was tne trcnuliu- hrano in his (fl.se. When it senses to n loans nits, how ever, I hers are scores of men m lit Rame today who ItaVS conic to '' known to every rooter by noHtethln "hi'li Is nowhere near their real 'Mines. What Is Wagner's Real Name? How main fans can tall offhan what Honua Wagner signs at the bot tom of his contract? He has been known as II onus or Hans so Ioiik that very one else has forgotten, ' 1 1 ' Is a Ioiik way from Garland, I vl h Jake stahi waa christened. i. "eld, the pitcher who has been add- " 'lie 1'uh Htaff. nlwaVH Is Lefty. 1ml Rll mtials are A t. He acouired tin one becaueo ba pitehai that waj I 'I there are olheis eipially easv ' " " '. like Jack Spratt. Si me names multiply themselves In iteh as the :ame I row s. .No one knows how many Rubes and C'l Hie" 11 "i orgnnpjad btaaball, if there ny YonnK In the Kimr who is i d , he Is far down in the bush And Of Oil the RubeS in the die monda hlaeorj only one did not ''"i"' it because lie w . n t bMs b 1 "e e, eption is Rube i ildrlng, a how 1 'i name i Rawban. former Judge Archbold, of the com inert court, recently Impeached, ha resumed legal paactlce in Penm To Cure a Cold In One Day l.wativk BXOMO QUDfOfl J'wetn. St,,,, xho fnUKh nI1)i Headache " ' natk oiT the OoM, DniKgists re 1 'on money if it fails to core. R. W 1 i kfajittgfa i on aaak bti. unit, AUveriiaaineat, i J I "THAI DOC'I ,N..,WR .. ,u, .,ury vvm K- i-.uM.-y , ' V -1 HUK . Hl ur MV in in wsiti I NO YfU... I - vr I V EXPECT DEF l,.NCE TO BE LAUNCHED MIDDLE OF MAY Bath, Me , Mar. , The BfOi k of selling up the frames for the raving yacht Delia nee, was commenced at the Math Iron works today, it will require several days and it is probable that the plac ing of the mahogany planking will not begin much before the middle of the month. The spar.-. w hich will arrive about April I, win in- Rnlahed and ready for stepping as soon as received. v Deelgner Owen stated today that the Defiance would be launched as near the middle ol May .is possible. v ! ! ! SULLIVAN VS. LANKY BOB. Famous Old Ring Stars Entjage In Wordy Contest. New York, Mar. I, "i hl John !.. ' Sullivan and "Old Ho' KltslmmonH so industriously engaged In calling SOh Other names these days thai th" humane society has cleared 'decaa action." iiKuriiiK thai the aeai IhiiiK that tni;;ht take place is a fc-t :ht between the two. John L., who Is appearing here i.i ludevllle, stalled things yesterday b ferrlng to "Poor Old Kit.." am ;S it inn that the bokfnsj commission did ilit when it barred Fits from lighting gain. John L. intimated tliat Fits as so gfttteh of a 'has lieeti" I list t his la t Ives might Hurt as wall prepare for funeral if Hoi, ever was mat. he I kg a real present day lighter. Kit, heard about Sullivan's remarks may and went into s rage. I'd Ilka to know what rtghl thai uffer's '-;oi to say b ime a as been, I Uttered Bab. "Why. he's nothln' ut a hloomin old la.v larinci -man hat'g is. 'kTs dead sore at gas hex r ime l licked nan actor woi ucaea im that's wot "e is. ThSU old duller 'aim 'ad n punch m im for arte ' ears or more. I. l oener Keep sun. 'ad or -" Kit. Rntehed the sentence doubling ui his lists. "Sullivan, e's like a lot of other dttf is," added Pita ' 'K thinks h'l can'i hit because h ime a bit old, but it n i et into the ring with some of them Marathoners wots irrabbin the pun- money, now under the tplaa pre enses Ol belli Illinois, iiiii Minn o ail thai Bob Kltasjimmona still 'ae the wallop. NO INSIGNIA FOR CO EDS. U. of M. Board of Control Dee IOCS Ad versely on Petition. Ann Arbor, Mid).. Mar. Athleti- aliy-im lined ITnlverslty ol Michigan o-eds lost out In their Btteipl to gel icrmlsslun t wear some sort 01 om- l.il .VI insianill as a iwusc i iieo roweea, when the beard r directors f the athletic a.-sociatioii refused to grnnl their petition, aaklag for the oe- I red permission, and gave as a reason Of this action that tin- women partlCl- ated in no Intercottogwte competition ,nd therefore should nol be enuuea m wear tne letter Ol men minnii . my rorm, While the co-eds did not ask for the use .f the block Mi awarded to lie y athletes of the Woheiine teams, tne oireeiwrnie oei men ,o.,i ... ward them ai:v kind of an M " would e to encroach upon the distinctive honors attached to the wearing Ol in.- Inetinla. The co-eds base thetr claim- th" pi esent.. s stem at Waconalp l iiiversitv where women ale aiven a rm f th "W " for excellence In some lilies of athletic activities, in spue oi the fact that they da not take p.i t hi an kind of Intercollegiate competition. s a result of the dire torate s ac tion the Michican CO-eo ammw wm have to satisfy Herself with hag old badges ef i.on r and ta gv e up her i, i,,i hopes of boaatlBg a grant, bbj M" oil her atbletlC swell. er. HARVARD POO f B ALL STAR v IS DECLARHD INELIGIBLE Cambridge, vmss.. Mar. I. A, OU man. Jr . of Honolulu, tackh- on ilar v aid's championship football ieam las' ,ai will not kg aide to plav with Ihtd year's eleven, it was learned mda.'. Qllmoa fatted te meet requirements ht I Is mid-year's examinations and h is i .... .-..., I io leave eollese. He w.ll be allowed to return In eptembei but nnni t part.clpnte in athletics un'il ue ISgglBB hi pkMO in wcholaifliip. ONE OF GAME'S NEW NOTABLES President James A.Gilmore of Fed erals 38 Years Old Today Ch tea fro, in., March S. James A. OUmore, whoas activities as prealdent of the new Federal baseball leagUS has caused the old league magnates t,, srl up ami take notice, celebrated his thir ty -eighth birthday anniversary today. Within the past few months Mr. Ju nior, has become one of the most die- CUSSed men in the baseball World. He lore thai time he was unknown outside of his own Circles of business associ ates and acquaintances. Portsmouth, .. has the distinction l being the bkrthptace of the Paaaaal league president. When he was ID infant, however, his familv removed to St. Louis ami then to CttlOMO. Thtl was in IStt, when the future baseball magnate was I years old. He received his education la the Chicago public schools ami on completing his course in the grammar school went to work as a messenger bay for $i! a wee,:. Later he secured a Job with a coal company ami held to it until the bt ginning Of I he war With Spain, when ba enlisted and went w itii his raghnani to Santiago, Later ha went to the Philippines and it was nearly two yean before be returned, te Chicago. After the completion of his military service Mr. Oilmpre returned to Chl i age and to his jo i as a coal salesman. A dei ade a. o found him still plugging along at a modest salary. Than the qualities thai have made him known as the lighting president of the federal lesunse began to aaeert themselves. n qui! the coat business and engaged la manufacturing en borrowed capital, lie was successful from the start and) within a few yean be accumulated a IV mfottable fortune. When the I'eil- cral league chtb n Chicago was nleae t the rocks last (all QllmOfS and few friends ad' anced ltS.000 to keep the club from golna under, This nave uii more his fust Inakjfhl Into baanball . lab management, rhough he loci ins money he liked the egperiencs and when the league, presidency was offer ed him last fall he readily accepted and with characteristic enthusiaom started out to make the new venture success, EVERS MAY LOSE BONUS. Farmer Cub Star Fears Joker In the Agreement. I'hieago, Mar. J. Thai he ma BOl Ket the 130,000 bonds ottered him by tne National league in New York city u skfn with the Bonton Braves was tne statement made by Johnny Rverg, da- poser manager of the Cubd, on his re tun to Chicago loai night, The for mer Cab leader said thai be had a sua- pC Ion thai ag was not right in the deal and that there was a hjtCfa devel oped Mttely thai will beat him out of the money. Kvers said that his contract with BeatoB, oatling fm- 110,901 a rear, seemed perfect lexal, bill the ggl ' men! between Charles W. Murphy and .lames Uaffiii v Whereby Kvers was tO Ko to Boo ton in snchangs for Pitcher Perdne and laftelder Bweeney may in clude the joker that will heat him out of the awmey, JirhaB In f era thai if the Loston men are not turned over t the Cuba the bonus money will not bfl forthcoming, ami he adds thai H is his opinion thai tne Cuba win noi gal the at rvlcee of either player, FAMOUS PRINCETON STAR. Alex Moffat. Great Drop Kicker Vic tim of Pneumonia. New York. Match T nappwinraanarl is maile todav of the recent death of Alexander Moffat, famous as a Prince- ti n UniVersit football player of the early eighties and closely hlclitillod with the game ag advisory coach, member nf rules eoiomittee and ofll- i lal e.er sii. 'e. He was M years old Heath was tine to pneumonia. Moffat was one at tne graateel drop kickers the agggjs ever proilnced H, was able to ..core from Ioiik mJUjTOS with either tool, and his record of four lb Id goals in one line gggtinet Har vard Rggtbg with the best re. eiit p - formances of Charlie Brickley, Re was B member of the Princeton football teams of 182, 1883 and 1881. playing fullback. Mr. MlYul was u civil engineer. THE CALUMET NEWS It Didn.t Work as Van-der 1ST IE "W S MAKES FINAL APPEAL FOR OLYMPIC FUND London, Mar. s. The British Olym pic committee tuts decided to make an other appeal fey a fund of IMd.Ofd pi provide effective representation at the Olympic games to be held in Berlin ! Ifli, Recently the duke af Vfvatmtnster's Olympic fund committee, which aspired to raise $.-oo,tioo tnrough ti national subscription, for the same purpose, re sinned, having (ailed of its purpose. CLAIM THE RESERVE CLAUSE WILL NOT HOLD IN COURT New York, Mar. L'. The baseball re serve rlsUSS is not valid, and would l,e knocked out in court it It ever ot there, according to an opinion given in an article which appears m the uurreul issue of Law Notes, a well gnOWn Wtl- ai publication. The article declares thai the courts will uphold any contract "that is fair and valid." but that any contra, i thai Contains the reserve clause would stand g good chame of being kicked out of court "The true reserve psauea says the article, "was held urn n! on ibh- in equi ty in the anas of the Metropolitan K hlbttion company vs. Johti M. War. and also in the case of the Metropoli tan! Bgblbltloa company vs. Player Swing, on the grounda "f urdeflntte- ess and unfairness or want of mu tuality." The article touches on the case of the Philadelphia Hail cl ib, ngatnr Player Haltnwn, and then quotes tlx ruling on that. This ruling says in part, after deciding In favor of the playei "ll the proper const i III I ion is placed on this contract it will be seen ipat the player has sold hntjaelf for life te that club for $1,4ii per annum while the only hold be has on them hi far ten da v a KEYSTONE SACK PROBLEM. Piactic.illy All M.ijor League TeOma To Experiment, SI. LoUlS, Mar. I. Seen keystone, Is the storm i ei team bUl olle ill the Nat this season, and the ;.u c aiiis will depend largi d has-. Ib. t mi every ma I hmgu UJ of a few upon tie manager's ability to man this atutlon with a star. Larry Doyle, of the (Slants, and Jim gaJa Yiox. of the pirates, ue tl only performers in the motherly old league who have anything like a secure hold Og the job. The situation in Other cit ies miKht ie epitomised thualy: st. Loips Hogging is n earing th.. age limit: may ive wbi to Ari Butler. Philadelphia -tto Knube has Jump ed i" lords; Bobby Byrne ami Prnnkb Trueedale. now of Buffalo being c n sid. red foi the bertii, I'hieago -Jaw n Kvers tinned by Murphy; no successor appointed for the Keystone Kingship, Heine Elm, according tj Hank (Day, Will draw the agetgasjgMt, Cincinnati Dick Kuan vacates to re port io Brooklyn, via Tinker trade, .ioi stdi open. Boston Kvers threatens t crowd Kill Sweeney off; Sweep, mav go ' ' tirst base. BrooklyB lik ESgnn in after Cut shaw's job. With Tinker mis. im,. though. Kgan may reform into a short- top. New York The count l J 'S safe, w hile Lawrence Doyle lives. No ether position presents so many pre bleius for the gMtnagerg next sea sen. NOW AUSTRALIAN CHAMPS. American TracV Team Wns New Hon ors. It Is Learned San Krainis'-o. Cal. Mar. t, Th championship of Australia am won i the Al, American track and ie id tea.n at Melbourne, Jan. 2', according t mall ailvhes just n cived. from Hie antipodes. The silvt uhleld a ird ,1 annuaiiv to the winning team, however, went to the 'i t iris state team whh h made second phn e. l he rulee govern- gag the award gpeciflcally providing that oniv Auatrallart teams mav tie It" re, ii.h nts. Of the fifteen events in th. Mel bmirne i bejMianstlips, the track clas sic of the antipodes, the Amerlcnni won nve firsts, tied for one tlrst, and look g aeeond and , ihinl They brake three fiords ot tho si n of N h toriu. Wurst Wanted It to PULLEN WINS AUTO RACE. International Grand Prize Even I Rr.nn. Npuu Rr.Orrl OifH'fld Out. S. int. i Monica., Cal, Mar. Bdwln Pullea won the fifth International grand prize race over forty -eight laps. or lu:; miles, on the Baata Monica coaras Saturday, A new record of tt.. mllea per hour was established. II was also the iirst time In the blatory Of the event that an Ane i c all al flashed in Ural at the finish. The winner gglaed his place by B serious accident wnicn jeoj arureil Hie i.ic of Driver J. B. Marquis when bis car, the most dangerous foreign motor in the contest, turned turtle at a turn and crushed him. Marquis was taKe i to a hospital in a serious condition. Thereafter it was no race. PuUea was forty miles a, head of the second ear d the linish and Bfty-fivs miles ahea I Of the third. Ralph le l'alma. who won the Van deridlt cup Thurdda , was fourth and last because there was no fifth OUt of all the seventeen starters, oidfletd. his most persistent opponent the otlK r day, was eliminated by S had net .r ten laps frean the BoJoh. Pollen covered tin 403 miles in B hoars, ll minutes, setting a new mark of 77. J miles per hour Bgalnal the rec ord of 74.1:, established by Caleb Bragg at Savannah in 1911, Bob Mon. i. Ha- Milwaukee middle weight, has caugh on in ureal shape in New York, where he is a favorite with the bmttroj fans w. v. Curry is atlll preaching In Wash. listen. i. C although M years old. 66 Get Up" and Get Don't yon back up or stop until you've tried PEER LESS. It's the one perfect tobacco for the big, two fisted, out-of-doors man who wants a rich, full-bodied tobacco for both chewing and smoking. You get hold of PEER LESS. Note its rich, natural sweetness just the pure Southern Kentucky leaf, aged naturally and slowly for three to five years, to bring out all its mellow fra grance and flavor. PEER LESS has the genuine snap and taste that you wanr in tobacco. PEE F.F.ADMRSW o. A. rii an 1 vb.-rtl PEERLESS nej.-., -HIM.., JIM'vtoF( By F. L"5E YOU ANN MKt 'SPOT." - - . i yV CH I YOU . , -f I3 O IR, T DARING BASEBALL PLAY. Thrie Stolen Bases and a Run on s Scratcn Infield Hit. mT1m graataal baseball ptaj I ever ggW," s.iys writer in the AraertCttB MagarlMJh ecciirrad lg g gaaae Ik tween the Philadelphia Athletics and the Detroit Tigers in Wriba park, Tuii-1 adelihia. .Itine. l!il-'. -Ty Cobb, his iirt lime Bp hit I nasiy grounuer lowaru me ursi mm The ball had n deceptive bound god Bluffy Mcisejeg bad some truabte rem blag for it and keeping bold uf the ball when tie got It. Brfl be tn.1,11. d to seraniblii gfejg and ton. h kr1 it:t as 'J'y rnced over Ike bag. Coaille Ma'-k's loyal rooters dev tared the "Oeorgig Peach' out iy a mile, nut the nmplre bad Ideas of his own sad I'yrus rested safely aa the initi il sack "The UMtepeeted UaUalljl happen Wben tills star gWtttSOMH is fttUtllng bases, ami on this occaeltm ba did not disappoint his admirers. After the pitcher bad thrown the bail I'y ' having a fairi.v lead, decided to an, Lie glong down to sacOl d. Itglllillg no doubt, tli.it Lapp (the Alhleli. catcberi would be. taken oil bis guard and throw wild To trv tor second alter a catcher of Lapp's ability has the ball requires nervq of a high order Ho is usually there with the perfect peg. but the i.'.ht f Uohfa gin;; along was too mii 'li lor him gud he heaved the ball into ranter Held. Cobb saw Barry crouched in from of the base Waiting as if to receive the ball, so, gathering speed, ba made one of his ben t lag slides and landed he bind the bag. Then seeing that the ball had ue to center Bekl. he i d Long Cut Tobacco was purposely made up, fifty years ago, for the sturdy man who is hungry? for man's size tobacco. Fifty years have come and gone and all sorts of brands have tried to beat out PEERLESS, but the old he-boy is still the king-brand of them all. Hitch up with PEERLESS for a week's trial, and you and PEERLESS will always pull together like a well-matched team. Nothing fancy about the PEERLESS pack agewe put all the cost into the tobacco. As you say of a horse, '"he's all horse" so we say of PEERLESS "it's all tobacco." "Smoke it or chew it but go straight to it" Sold everywhere in 5c packages. Other bizcSt 10c, 20c and 40c Packages, and 45c Tin Pails. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY PACF SEVEN LESPZSGER f " ' ,M VOl jj'oN'f KNOW HI HAIL .,kA-t A Ml- C WT iAJL. Of i'W-r- V" for third bae al lop speed Some aaw, I think it was Col 11 no, made a baauU ft;i throw to 'Home Run' ituuer. who stab M I Cobb with the hall "s that wH known gvntlaman eras in the act af gliding baud tlrsi fLr the third haven af rest. "The crowd groaned when th nm i ere inot o d I old) safe lit third BdllltHtlg nia nervy agMMtfem ,(, ,h wanted the danerm,- fellow dbtnosed of. and ba bad reaefced th id by i he closest kind of a mar gjbj "Ty slapped the dust from his to and as aaoai, ran several f't up Hih path toward home each time the pitch er started m wind up The hatter had now gathered twa strikes, and wim the Be Si wind up Cobb raced for the plate at full speed, sliding with great lon e against Lapp, who was waiting for aim with the ball. Bat the throw had : ii a little too biffU. and the catcher was taken off his Feet before be could tot: h the darinc base runner "Cobb therefore stole three kjMBBg after baring reached ti et by a larky scratch bit and made the first run of the game before the uext butter up Olid the bull " Anatole France on Journslisn. M Anatole franco, in reply to a tonal of ids heaRb, said: "I have been , a journalid and am OfM still I owe to Journalism auaae uf the qui lltiea that von have exaggerated. Journal ism taught me a grant part or the art of writing, The two thtngS most use ful in Writing are ease and simplicity. Journalism tenches those things so well that the stylo even of BTUal writers like ChntMUbrinnd gained from Jour- nallaflc eiperiem "London Time