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MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SEVEN Timely Observations of Events FEW VETERANS IN BIG LEAGUES Not Many Present Day Players Were In Game 12 Years Ago Twelve Mtsuni MM Ikls sorieg six. i..u team in the lefo M leagaes IiiimI up in battle uiru. .it tin m.ui g( ihe . , -mi. ami 14-1 paajvera load tin mar', that day. Ol Uk'Sc in stara unl) ten ii'inalntl In active ham ma lost sprlntr, und 114 have fallen b) thfl uasido. a little discussion along these iima may be rateeeetlng. In tli' National leegUU thOM Wha , .riir, up tor tlic Cards, Phllllc, i . 1 1 is and Deeagerg have all none be h eithev te the minors or Into business life. A few have also passed mi lie- yoad. ol tin ui Cub lineup .'-nil is mi the battle line, although with a differ i Hi squad ami drcuiL we refer to Joe TaiKer, shortHtop. Hays a I'hieauo liter. We had an Idea Joknnj Even i, with this team, lait are Bnd ii, line of l.owe at second, baae. DOSOttej these eli en e,us, Joe Tinker etUl ix a woagerful snortstop, .mi' of the rratest. As we all know, l,i' is the manager of the Chicago Ft da Paaatng rnpnerj on in the (Hants, ihere'a a ennp at the tail end of the list whom you probablj have beard i. ii of. uwriety afatneweon is the outh. He pitched that opening day, mi we doubt ii he arai as good tkeg hi' wa.s the last week of this season, when be labored egalnet the Athletics, Wagner and Leach. I'ittabuM bad Wanner and Toininy I.i.i, h. Hans was on short, as usual, und arai hMtlni and BekUng as he has dona for twent) yea re, awre or less, it i- probable he will be heard of ton more before he's through with base ball. Leach was on timd for the Pi re tea. Thai eag Ma Job for a great atari) M enus. When he began to slow up U trifle they shifted him over to the Held. It was as a gardener the Cubs gnl him, und nearh let him go to the minora lat season. Bui his prowess in renter tield for the Trojans in l'.'l'l. when he set tho pact iioth in batting .ili.l flatding, makes lis feel assul.d DO Mill will draw a major league pay ivelope for a while longer, Oueaa who was in rlghl Held for Cln i innatl eleven years ago None othor than our old friend Sam Crawford, 'ihe paaeags ,,f yeeri has sent him to Detroit, and has .just toured the world .Mth the White Box, .',nd the) are even talking of sticking him at Brat for tratt That winds up the list of the Na linnnl laesrue, Rcmeeaber, there wi re BoflM on the bench who may still be performing, But the live mentioned ubove are the onl) onea left aho tnrted in the opening name. In the American league we lii.d the I (evorlte Bobby Wallace, in his fa miliar spot, shortstop for the Browne, ".''.as last season found Itobh) about t'uUK ll. but he played eUOUjfJl 'o aulify bim for the lis.. Hilly Sullivan caught for the White Sox, Hill is another fellow Mrbo took n o k seat last BeUeon, Hut for DION than a decade he was header in his pu lion. And. for that mat'.or, In- was in ha mesa all ktati season read) to JJump llltu the areSa if UUt) railed. The Athletics had Larr) Lajote at oiid. Since then Lajoie has made i MiH' and reputation at Cleveland Yet he had both in large quantities before went ttaaea, Lbjy) is slowly bad trely si Inning, still lie should be iod a year or even mora before re lii iug. Rarl Moore opened mi on the slab r Cleveland Today Bar is one if vet era na on the Cab pitching staff. I ring the time between he has been a k in the minors, and BOfa recently with the Phillies. His fatnoua side-arm deliver was frequentl) seen in action last season, last, hut not least, was the noted Jimmy Bneckard, then bit nelder urltk I'.iitimore. He was with Brooklyn f.r u long period, and from there he came fa Chicago, This season he MM Panted from st. Louis to Cincinnati. I'm time was arbea Jim led all Ike ' 'i. i s m actual aUUU The opening daj list of twelve yaari Ru nlBQ shows the name.s Of nu n SfbO 1 beeoMe managere, coaches and I'tnplree. We bave mentioned Je Tinker, late 1 tnagef at Cincinnati. Lnojie was ' Elder of the Naps for a While. I dly llllVaa held the White BOX rein- for t n eon j and Wallace had the same xperhHM e at St. Upulo, JlmM) Callaham pitched to Bullivan opening gay. Na both an ea and h preaeatday mnnuKer of the Whit" Sua. MoCMiIrs eaughl Moors for Cleve land, and In later yearn VM the Nap manager for a in let spell. fraud Chance wan on lirst for the Cuba, later developing int a "I lrl aind manager for the same team, and n trying tig bsjttd up the New Terh, "o's. itm Diahlem, Ihen shortstop "t the Dodgers, more recenUi gwneg' N that team. And, 1 course, we all know 1 red darke) the I'irate ma nan'T, v' ho 5Iled m at left held n that gate, ' f the ruin lies, we ran a rosn Kn1 oil of the White glfX, then see wd MCker of the Ttgars, ami Rohin on, I'ldoklyn's new manair, then ' b I in? for Hallimore. Mnean, who pitched for the Boot on 111 "is. is oda an umpire Ike American jaagut. while Urtk, Ike KlgkMhder MrMMi halaa the same j"i in ike other leaps. fgentiaa in i produced ."r.4.".i. ' peuudaj of ueuui. . ... ... ... .. . . ... .J. .j, ... . .j, INSIST ON M'LE AN ! SKATING AFTER HE ( IS BADLY INJURED, v Boston, Mai. h it;. Bobb) fcl can, ,,f Chicago, world's ' bami i amateur I skah r, lo, urea he srould never race in Baatoa ngata. hfclean met m Itk a spiii here Tueada) nbjhl ami aaa unuoeaahNM for an hour, u hen in- ri ovcie.i the ioeal ni" ii. i '. mi at insisted he race, deapUe hla prateata .McLean 1 umpotedi ami a unrdliig t the doctor ho sxamtned him. he did so with a cracked shoulder Idade and a broken bono in his righl arm. While Ab la an was skatinu 4i saa stolen from Ins dre;- stag room, TED PLANNING ANOTHER TOUR Take Giants and Sox to British Isles in the Fall of 1914 Chicago, March It. The White So and O bints, or rather the two teams that made the world lour, are likely t i ereasj the Atlantic again Rant hill The cltlaeng of Cans, Berlin, Dublin and OtoagOW ate said t,, have been bitterly disappointed because no nana- w.;v played for their benefit ami it is tin present intention of MeeeTa, ' oinisk. y an MeC.raa to cheer them up shortly after the (lose of the Domtug b4 league season. Tlie plan, for which Ted Sullivan .: sponsor, i.s to leave Neu JTort about Oct. 1.'., tia tWO Raines in c u h of the cities mentioned, as well as two in Loudon, and to return to the United States about tin- middle u( November, Later IfeOraU and Utl III Van will take two clubs to South America and exhibit in all the prim I pal towns. Re taming, the ehibs win go through the Panama canal ami wind up their trip in California, Ted Bullivan is row working on tentative arrangementi for both these jaUntS. He pfoii,!iy will SJO to Europe in June to cloee dates. JUMPERS KEEPING QUIET. Not Easy To Keep Track of Men Claimed by Both Leagues. New York. .March HI. When the season opens and there is an Opportu nity to look aver the players on the Ibid and then check ,ii ;be betich- warmera, it may be possible to deter mine eXaCtl the number of big leagu ers who have lied the i'i di rals. but the on-asain -off -again epidemic has evi dent) not been becked. If either the federal or organtaed rrfflcials knew just where they stand now in some cases, they must have adding machinea and rapid eslJCUlatora to keep trac' f the league standing for saangraahlng, The Plttehurgh ideral lea gin team in announcing its lineupi calml) put BUI Holdeg of the New York Yankees among its uutfleklerH, VeHterdu) Hill signed with the rarUte. Whether Hoi lien fro tged to the Pederals and ti en did a backflip is not known, but bis Signature has been at t a lied to oM of I'rank i-'arrell's doougacnte, which means the federals must liwht if t!i y get him. Several pbiyers are now rlalBBed by both the fi derals a id organised bnll, but tills dispute will be settled lOttg with many others when tin- crack of the bat lakes place of the prevailing sport of tossing the torn, AMERICAN GOLFERS SAIL. Jerome Travers and Fred Herreshoff Go Abroad to Seek Laurels. New York, .March in. Jerome n Tra it.', national amateur golf cham pion, and fnd HeTTeehoff, twice nil) - ner-un for the name title sailed on the limr Haiti' for England as the ad vance guard of American golfers who will seek honors in the Brittah tourna ments. Mr. it. Maraton, PYancia Quintet, tho Pen title holder. Helnrlch Bchmldl and Arthur O, LockWOOd plan to sail i roin Boston o.i March 29 and will tee up with the other Amerbans in the championships al Bandwlch. BOWLERS' PRESIDENT OUT Judge Howird Resigns After Fifteen Years Election On. Ruffal". N. Y.. Mar. h It;. At a nutting of tin- executive committee el ih American Bowlini eongroM here, fdward J. Bjrai of Detr. lt. Midi., was nominal' 1 (M MUMtdlM to succeed Judre Howard, who resiirm- alter lit teen years ef active safVlce. Secre- tarj i. Langtry nraa renominated. i u, one n ime w a mentioned fOC eai h oft ice. M'GRA W GET? $10,000 A YEAR Mnrlln. T. v.. Mar. h It: - Manaer tohn.i McOrae is the hlgheet (salar ltd mnn in bus. ball Last lear Me- craw received $:io.u"" aa salary from the New York eMB 'lid will c.t IM) name amount tins ruur r,,r ,hn"' more. fflV the new contract he sinned last winter at the v.arlv Salary hit four more years to run ateOtaw! income from haseb.ill ggg year was IfgJMti ItrltHin lust year imported Ifiltta, pound , oi anMaentf u tared loba Happening in the Sport World FENCING SPORT IS RECOGNIZED United States War Department Gives Pastime Decided Boost New York, March in. The United States war department has official!) recognised Matt Amateur fencers' league ef America. Two Important army divisions have bean established which will stimulate competitions with foil, due! hag sword and saber BITtlM offleera stationed at the various army posts throughout tke eountey. Y!m rat division will have its temporal. keaaejuarters at flalvraton. Texas, and the other at West f.,nt. New Vork. The announeeasent that tke vvar do partgmnt had oaHdall) taken eatkm I i develop inure active prattiee in swordHtnanship was made public to day following a saeettMi yaetenday pf the e.Ve, -utives of the niateui I'ell I league al anklck Br, Qeaeaaa at, Ham mond presided, John Attalre af the New York Turn ve rain, w. Bcotl llXjoOQOr Of the fencers' elub. and others orominently connected, with I tenebsg affairs aere present. The at - lion ot tin- war ilepal tineiit. it vv is explained, was klTgel dlM to the i - eoMmendatloae of Assistant Beoretar) of War Hear) s. Breckenridge, for no r holder of the national intercolle giate championship, it is considered as probable that a number of the arniv oglcers will com pete in tl'.e national fhsmplonshlp tournament. The prelmiiiuirv bouts i tualil'v will be held at the New Fork Athletic club on A pi ii I and I. ffcaj semi -final bouts aritl be fought on April -i and :i and the cnatBpioaehlp Hoals at the Hotel Astor on May I, at which time the women's title will also be decided. MARQUETTE AMBITIOUS. Sees U. P. Basketb.l Title Within Grpsp. The Marquette city baskcUaall team hai nearly completed the present sea son, and hai yet tO be deflated, sas the Marquette Chronicle, They have ; laved the strongeet teams in the Up per Penlnauta and have won ever) contest b. decisive scores, and be cause of their excellent record, they are laying claims to the championship of this section ot Michigan. There are only two teanus of cham pionship caliber thai the local boys have not met. and every effort is be ing made to arrange contests with these teams. The team from the Son y. M. c. , Ii reported to be eacep tionnlly itroni this yean, and Mar uuette is endeavoring to arrnnga ' contest with thai five. Tin- ..niv other team that Marquette has not played, is the Calumet y. m. C A. Last year this tiani was on. ot the strungeal m the state, but two ol their star plavcrs ale not with them tins ear, ami they are not consider ed to he nearly as strong. Marquette is tspenendgg some dif ficulties in arranging a fauM sltk Calumet. The local boys nave offered tin copper country lada the same guar antee that they have given other teams during ihe season, tor a game to be played el Marquette, but these tereaa are not satief actor) to Calumet. Uo the other hand Calumel does not seem disposed to offer Marquette a sufficient guarantee to mike a trip to that city possible. The Mar. pnllo players are soiuewli.il Indignant over the stand taken by the Calumet managere, ane if a game cannot fee arranged wttaj them, Ihe local team feels that it will b Juettfled in cktlMtni the champion ship, regard leea of Calumet's standi lug. Next Week I lie Murilee team Will piav a return gagM at iVAnae, ami on March .'7th and Nth they will play return gamas with the Calunn t Bgjgl mors ami the Michigan Collage of Mines a HottghtOU. Although all of these teams have fallen before the Marquette quintet on the local's Moor, tlu-v arc all strot, Ma ma and the Marquette boys, whip coni i dent ot being able to duplicate their victories, are expecting hard games, CHINESE BALL PLAYERS HERE FOR LONG TOUR. San frnnciscn, Man h lti. I ifte-n Chinese baseball plavcrs and manag er. Hop Sin:;, have arrived hefC from Honolulu oil the Hi.) leg ol' a seven mouths' tour that will take the tcain over ti.e peuntry, sndlin with a seriei of games to be played in Cuba during ; cptember. The team is the hampion of tiie Hawaiian liase Mall league and made h succesaful tour of this ceuntrj hi aj year. It kgg aames W heduled In the middle states before reaching New Yelk. NOTRE DAME ATHLETE TO GET FOUR LETTERS Notre rjanUMV 1ml.. March M for the kret time in th. athletic klatory of oNtre lame untvei history of Notre !nnie nniv.r SOnOgraaB in all the branches of ooMogs Bporl will ie glvea this year to a slnwle person. Dutch Borgmmv the li6-poand all-around athlete from PJsTU, Ind., will be the Mrnl person so honored by receiv Mg his N l in football, basketiiHll. track and baUSSkak ; ; ; ; ; : : : ; : COAST NET riTARS CAPTURE HONORS IN THE PHILIPPINES San Francisco, March it, Willi. mi M. Johngton an i. v Pottycll, lawn bannj doubles hnmpioiiH Of California, are home today after a tennis trip to the PhUtoptjngfi The) trav eled more than Ki.oiio inlles in four months and can led ul) all honors Johnston '.von the sin :es championship of the orioht ami witb KottrcUl also won the dou bles champlonablp, The event was In Manila JaB. 1 tu I '. and the entry lii included plu; er ; of seven natlonalltlea. The hardest OppOaltlon tln v . In ouil- tered was from two Japanese players. PUTS BAN ON TANGO. Trainer Farrell of Micbi.jan Lays Down FiacH Rules. Ann Arbor, .Mi' !,., March l'l. Train er "Stevt" farrell has put the ban on die taOgO, as far as aio Michigan track im n are i'hih I'fiicil. Any runner who noes to a dance between now and the Cornell meet, March si, will ! dropped from the track squad, accord ing to t he i rain r!s edict. farrell is almost as lirmlv eppoaed to smoking as he is to dancing. Ons drag on a clgaret srould probabt) end a tra. u man's career at Michigan, if the truiuer got wind of it. "A runner can't do himself juatios if he's going to use up his aUerg on the tango," said l'"ariell. "I will refuse to conch ant man who hasn't enough reap t for the university to obey thee rules. It must be made a point al honor.'' LITTLE FIVE MAY DISBAND. Knox College Wants to Withdraw From Conference. Qaleaburg, ill., March If. Plseolu li f the 'little live" eoll.'Kc athletic conference was predicted here as a sequel to a meeting of 'he athletic board of Kimx c allege. Discussion at this saaetiug brought out considerable sentiment m faVOT of a withdrawal froM the organisation, and It was reported that similar seti- timeni exists at .Monmouth college. Should these si hools witluhaw Lake forest university and Baton colleae would be left to compete lor dual tit les, as Armour Institute of Technology in Chicago has not been active athletl- call of late and has eat little ilgUTC except in base bnll an i basketbaH, CORBETT BOASTS COFFEY. Says Training Will Make Hun Best Wrote Hooe. New York, March W. 'Jim Coffey is the best 'whit, iUNBf' I've see: . He needs bu.xliij; kBOWkHkfe and pn tlee, but seems tu have everything that got i to make a winner, - said James .1. Cor- bett. former heavy we! gat champion todav, in MMeemcIng that he win take tin- Dublin mant under his U'lng ami Mack him tin- nne polnta ot the ring name. Corbett was oteaeed Coffey'l showing ncre agaklBl Battttog Uevln sky. Instructions will begin na soon aa Cerbetl concludes hla llieatreral en g.'igements. To Cure a Cold in One Dny Tal e LAXATIVE BBOMO QUIMIMI tablets. Stop the CoUgll and Ilea i he ind work off the Cold. Druggists re fund money if It fails to cure, B. W, C, rove's signature is on each box. II cents. Adverlinement. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. Mar. 14 Jli. M A nr. 13. 20. M; 11. v, Ift, June I. K. Default hav Ing been made In the conditions of a certain nv KgagH) made b) .lamea Wilcox and his wife Mary WUcox, of Ontonagon, Mlchtsan, Mar.v renhall ami BBaabetk HaM, of Calumel, Michigan, Heirs of the L tale of Mar.v gfttcoX, deceased, to The Nortl.ern Michigan Butldini ami Loan Association. f Kancoefc, Michigan, dated the fltll da) ot September A, 1 . I'.HI, and recorded on the :'uli dav ol I lei ember A. I . 1 1 1 1 . ill Liber C i'. ot Mortgagee, at page H I, m the office if the KeKister of Deeds, in knd lor Mougkton County, Michigan, De ttoit K ort hern Michigan Building Uagg Associaii. n. lornMffrj uaamd The Northern Michigan anrllaliti Mid Lena Anearlntnin, elects that the whole amount ns ured by said Mortgage shall become due and pa a V imna .ilatel ". There l." claimed ! ;,e due OH said nioitRHge. at the rate ot thin l-otu e. tor principal and Interest, Hie sum f Twcnt -nine Hundred torty-six and ;:;-in Dollars, t :'!!; IT). NiiTICK IK MRBJfiBI CIX'fN. That on the 11th dav of June A. !. 114, -t ten SogMCk in the forenoon, al tli" front l(or of the Court HoUee in 'he illane of MoUgktOn, the propeilv ,e s. tilted In said SaoTtgage, vl.; I t Three (3 In Block ' L ' of the N illu .a Had iBtrtwt at - erdMi to Bsc ret i i- . d pint thereof ot record in the otli . of the Renlster of Pe. ds in and fdt Houghton Count) Btebkiaa, win be sold at public vendue to the Mgfceat MdaV r lnned this l.'ih del MfjTBk a. D, IM4 i riOTRt 'IT A N IRTHKHN Ml' H Lf 1IJHNO 4 LOAN ASS " lATluN. Mortgagee. Hanehatlg & uv ' a, uoi iiPN .-i f..r M . : iniMUess Addus.- Hauco.k, Micblgna, "Firms You jOught to Know" Designed to PUice Before the Publir the Merch indise, Craftmanship, and Speeial Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertized. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIABILITY. PLATE GLASS, STEAM BOILERS, BURG LARY, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGENCY J. B. Lenrj and W. L, Stannarl, sgenta, Calumet state Bank Bldg. Caiunnt. Mich. 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PIPES PIPES PIPES Before you buy that nee pipe it will pa) you to look over our large assortment of briar, calabaah and nicer.- cbaum pipes. CI0MEI &. DIANDA. PiNt iipairim; a r!1"1 ia II v. 7tb and Oak Sts. Pl'onc (12-M, W. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Has returned to Calumet and Ids office in HERMAN BLOCK, Fifth Street. Ilouis 1 to r, and ." to s p. m Eyea borottghly end eclentlfl ally exantlM d, atul glasses made to lit. All Work uiiratiteei Telephone , -K. C0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE DR. ST0EL 0STE0PATKIST TUESDAY & FRIDAY Orenstein Blk. Phone 999 LOSING OUT SAL2 OF HARP WARE AT eMCX.'..:. ? . i. - ooooooooooooooooooo 3 TRY A 3 NEWS WANT AD; ooooooooooooeooooeo piANO UN ING and 13 copies of D-.- Luxe music IjlUI WORK GUARANTEED. McLoRan Sc Pcarcc Muic Co. Phone 234. Calumet SPRING STYLES MOW ON DISPLAY Call ind make your selection early. J. B. RASTELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For saie at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osc?ola St. Lain mm. Pho'ie 436. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP 103 Fifth St. ART NEEDLE WORK BOOKS. CARDS AND STATIONERY. Embioiclcry of all kinds. Use our circulating library. RELIABLE PIANOS Filth Si. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Calumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over ail other makes. Look for th word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all deal ers. Made in Cloverland by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE On account of the poor times, we do first class shoe repairing CHEAP. J. R. SAAWLA 322 Lake Linden Ave.. Ljur.um. Phcne 312-M. HIGH ES EFFICIENCY PORTAGE COAL A. DCCKCO. Calumet Hancock Phonts: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture. Piano and Safe movinf). Phone 320 L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium, Mich. i ' -' to mvesti- V gate. H A R OT CUBS IS BOWLING ALLEYS 6 - - - ALLEYS 6 Most .ip to date in t atatc. WOMEN BOWLERS are specially invited. Prompt attention given to match carries. 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