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MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914.
Timely Observations of Events THINK MURPHY IS IN COMMAND Election of Thomas as President' of Cubs Significant wi u, Murpin d.vj.i, tnaj in luintiiiij that h. shQ laughs Issl JattXgg IihI. comm. ntH )m I'iIim, Journal. If gieOMM) serves alight it wuh iinl h f N short Weeks QKq !': it C. V'II wu PUgted kit mid bagKwg from the t'tiiingo t'ul.s, liis pealp liit.il by Chart P. Tuft . end solera) re quiets Minn as liis seuftal remains Were l.on.e to til.' hiiveL.i u r,i Ve u i d. Hut hike slang, fcther Time. Bee what we have today, t'harles P, Tefl turns towa an offer uf ITM.ees for hla aharea of dii. stock and snmumces that he'll retain hla controlling Inter aaal in the dub for year at least, Ami to top it off. Tad electa Charlea H. Thomas as preetdeni o( the Cuba Aye, there's the rub. With the pitir- blg of Thoma:: in the presidency it'n hard to re garthlng egeept the eon tiiHiatii.ii ..r Murphy control and Ifur ih policies Tiioinas has been in tstsebaU 14 years and durum thai time has been closely associated with Murph) a nserslgr i the Cube. Tatt nnd .Murphy pave bean rtonely related In buetaees snti rprlsee and it la a safe bet thnt as Ioiik as Y.it't retains con. trol of the Cuba Murphy will he its luwiil spun. 11 ! not a long guess to say that Thomas was lucked l.y Murphy rather than Tafl to rula the Cuba for tla- next j ear. Prealdent Tener may bt show his hand Sgafn if an- to bo given the article they are demanding. forced to hlcago fana ..I bene ball LIKE NEW SCORING RULE. Eastern Colleges Think It Encourages Second Rate Men. The new Booting rule adopted b) the Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic as sociation 'f America, giving five peinta for first: four for isoead; three iof third: two for fourth nnd one for tilth place in track m.cts Suds general fa VOf in th. world. Tl editorially 1 "It is m 1 la bo rat a ; eastern Harvard colic 'rimi at hie ti 1 ntatei wonder, In view of the iparatua nnd severe regi men of Iraintni required for modern college athletic competition, that par ticipation iii athletics is confined ' those who have some chain e of be 1 omlng llrst rank men in .stum one line. It is an evil im idem to hlKh .specialization that the average man is ruled out. That it is all evil to have College athletic; restrict d to the few possibilities Of winners any gdvocato of athletlca as a wholesome place of College activity will SgrSS. "The recommendation of the L . A. a. se.rns, therefore, particularly time ly, 1 '.roup competition should encour age the lay atudem to 'come nut1 s he doea not now. Purthar it ought t broaden th" area of competition inas much as the small colleges anil the weetern coUegee which have less chance under what minht lie called the Capitalistic system of athletics will now have more of a reasonable pros peel of 'placing.' It y- to be hoped that an effort will he made to bring ill some of our western frlsnda" CARPENTIER IS BUSY MAN. French Champion Has Number of En gagements Ahead. New Yorii. Manh if, If (toorgea C'arpentler goes 'through 1 1 1 1 all the matches he is reported to haf made, the noted frenchman will have a strenuous lime during the next few month. Langford, Jcunnette ami Mc Uoorty are ail on tin- Krencbnut n 1 aclssduta nceordlng to various reports. Any one if the three should give him his hardest Rght, Whatever is in store for Carnenticr H must he admitted that h' has al- read) made a remarkable record ft himself. He is probably the only pu- giliat who has In 1 evt rv . lass from championship 11 bantam to heov) weight Carpentier began boxlns si of age and won the amateur championship of Fiance at 1 2 years bantam i years. As his weight Increased be traneferred Ills activities to Hit next BteSB, always heading his div lalon. After he lumrd I rofessional I'.irpell- tler met with as vera I reverses, bui he managed t" He European middle weight title, ami iinniiv. defeating Wells, the heavy vveiKhl championship. Yei, despite this uniipte record. Car pentler la now sal) veins of age. ILLI.NI WINS INDOOR TITLE. Kvunston, Ih.. .March U. llliuuis' stronu hunch of athlet -s won the con ference Indool championship of li'll gaturdny ntght, wiftnini with palate in a im t t that w .ih hanl. r fottghl than the score shows. The points we as lolh.ws: Illinois. Ml W is ousin. Hl Chicago. L'OVi ; Ntirthwostern. 14 I state, 4 ; Purdue, Ml AMERICAN BEATS FRENCHMAN. Paris, Mhtri h Is. J"" Jetjinette, the American beaeeeJflM MarHhrtt the derision t.ver Home 'a ipelltier, the Preach champion, or pointa In nit. en round bout Baturdas night. To Cure a Cold in One Day Tfike LAX ATI VK BROMO QIININE tableta stop the Ceajgh and Headache and wnrk off the Cold. DrgggngS re fund money If It fails tt rnre. K. W. cr. ve' i k 1 itlire c an dp b l"'v "' cagtg, d vet tiseinent, NEW WHITE BALL IS SIGNAL FOR MEYERS TO SIGN SLOW CURVE. "Chief Keynra li a meat me- ham. ai oateher." mi Bu k Heraog, -and a crashing batter, hat I tivmhlr uhm 1 think ,,t wha might happen t. him or his i. am it Hotlran didn't exer unfailing i;;m e. li may aeaag beyond lieMlef, bsi when evat .1 row, white ball la throw n Into pia. the chic-, gnieaa .. -Oram spots him Inagahttlv, wl always Shjagl lor s.ou curve I hi one deliver) thai would be in: tanti slaughtered b) even the w nhesl batamun!" nurrn " iitnro" gULLn JINrttd IN BASEBALL Superstition Is an Interesting Fac tor With Many Managers guperstltlon is ora hall -dupe" that In fact, superstition part in all sports, writes. I hgd a stl one of the managsn and in it he saitl: "The team looks element in base ie can tlKiire ugt. lav s an Immense HUgh I'llllel'toli f yestcnlav (Tom if major leagues; ; .1 little better. 1 ngthened up in twa he hopeful hut for think we have sti positions. 1 woul the fact that eer have seen since h a load of ins home barrela 1 baa been full barrels." I knov this manager well, and hi; remark aboul the barrela la algniflcsnt. if he sees a load of empty barrela on a wagon, he is as coiiiident oi winning a name as can he. If the hainds a;c Riled he is downhearted, Of rsa .t is foolish, hut if I were the owner of that team I would hire a few wagona, load them With einptv batTela and have them drtVeil past the hotel sev eral times: or better, have them meet the pluvcrs as the) are gatag to tin grounds for pracl li e, The idea that meeting a ha) wagon loaded with loose hay brings link la general in baseball. is risk their II VI from such a load to Haled hay, on the lucky. Frank Chance is euperstitioua 'f tin a dosen "f more ) 1 huv e s. en play I to ral. straws wear in their capa ithcr hand 1 un most e h IS luck think p. rhaps tin managers H fOOd and had thins he . .hi igUBi The worst of is to look at a game, if he board, the luck has had the 1 the aeoreboard during accldentall) sees the a sure to change, He oreboarda moved on two parks, so he could not sec ;h, from the bench, and alwavs hunts seat from which it will oe almost im possible to see the SCOW), Cl.uk OrURthi who scoffs at all su perstltlons ami jokes about them, ha his pets. If ('.riff dreams that a pitch ST is getting hit hard, that pitcher i kept out of the Basse, II isn't .superstitious, hut that pa lo take chances. There is a major leagui says it .1. n't man; who a. year an waa leaner of a team that aoemed the atrongest in the cir cuit, ft looked as if It would win SM certainly as anythin:.' in ha se hall can he figured. 1 1 in reporter picked the team t. will. Tint evening the man ager waa gloomy. ' I LhOUghl we'll win sure," he said. "I never had a doubl until this ntorn tag.'' "What's gone Wrong?'1 was asked. "Why, that fellow picks us to win," he weifed. "He never was rtghl ahont anything. He's Rinsed us, ir be-'d have picked us im- fourth we'd have won sure." And his team didn't win. NEW SYSTEM AT ITHACA. Interest In Rowing Stimulated Be lief of Coach. The new i n w coaching aystem it Cornell, which went into effect recent lv. is expected to materially increase (he Interest of tlic student body as :; whole in rowing, i micr the arrange men) between the Athletic council ami 1 he Inter-college Athletic board, the college trews are to i.e coached by John Ho) If. under the direct supervis ion of Charles Court nc.'. . The new sys tem "ill give the college oarsmen a regular coach ami wili assure them the dally advice ' f Coartney. Rowing un der Courtney's instruction is likely to stimulate interest In the cotlese crew.': pad form a better aouroe pf supply for the varsilv l.oats than here tofoie, H the new arrangement the number of men vvui M largvl) increased. The equipment of the university ami col lege navies will be practically merge J. in apsahing of the new eystere oiirtnev said: "All of the crews thnt row will not i.e linger one head nwd i1" ' ahouM want to pick one of the collt-Ke oarsmen for a vaisllv boat in the middle of the ;easoii I will know that h. has been given tl'"' proper Iralnlhf it;, to Ihst t ime. " POSTSEASON FOOTBALL. The rniverslty of Colorado is ne Koti. itlns with the I'nlversltv of WashltiKt'"! rof a post-soas.ui faethall Same to be plsydd enfl) in December. The ship last made nlorsdi lesm won the cnompiou f the It" ky Mountain conference season. Colorado teams have trips to the California . oast sad rw eastoaa t.. pmi In the north Happening in the Sport World FOOTBALL BEST PAYING SPORT Vast Sums of Money Expended by U. S. Colleges for Athletics Nam VorK. March -The reeeal publication of the various college gth l lit associntions' annual lUlADcUJ tatemani brlni a vtvidii to mind ngaig tin large sums of maney expended in the COttrae of civ I II ami for the support of varsitv sport. These reporta gsq point with ggjewrlag aim to the sports and competitions which, because of popular favor gad attr.o tii n. not only pay for themselves hut cany the burden of others wherein the expeiit'ituies are far in execs ,,f all receipts ami subscript iona, some yeaaa aga, durtaj periad " hen football was Rgbja ted to a bitter attack, a famous th f. nth r of the ppjne declared boUll) that football, despite all the sins charged ggalaSt it, made possible all the rollage sports which the reformers were .otistantlv pegfl paring with the sridiroa Maine, much to the lattcr's detriment, That there has been little change i:i the situation in recent seasons is dearly e.vidt need by these current athletic association financial reports. Football is still the 'u-; mena) maker ami the sport Ihct supplies the fundi for the support of a majority of the other athletic Lams each year. s. me idea of the amount of moaov received ami disbursed by the football authorities during a season of approx imatel) tn weeks may be ualhered from the annual reports of the Prince ton and Harvard athletic associations These financial statements, so fa as football is concerned, refer to (he season of lilt, but since there is not much deviation from a general gver aye they serve all prat ileal purposes when used on a comparative basis. Princeton gate receipt.; for nine gnme 1 amounted to M7.I1S, of which M1.M2 1 r more than one-half was receive 1 as the Tigers' share of the Yale, Har vard and Dartmouth games Agsinat this revenue were expenses amounting to $:;, out, ihowlng a balance of MS,- Mt, far in excess of the net reetdprs of ail other sports combined, No other sport at Princeton ap proached these ggurea either in re ceipts ol" expense.':. Itaseball Cos' I1&.M1 While re. tdpts Were S.'."..- ttfi leaving a balance of ?i".- '..'!'. The track and lidd team showed a net loss of ItittSi vnmas tic association. Mtt! basketball JiOJ; awlmmlng, 1714; wrestling Mil sad row ins llCff. Hockey showed a profit of $7."., which puts the ice sport ill tic financial category with football and baseball at Princeton. At Harvard similar lontlitions pre vailed. Football receipts amounted to M14.M4, against exp.-uses of M0,151, showing that while the CrtRtNOn pro tits were 140,471 greater than at Princeton, the expenses were Mlll less, but it must be taken into con- liderattoi that Harvsrd with its con crete stadium escaped the wooden stand upkeep neeesstirj- at Princeton. Cascbaii at Harvard was a money maker to tile extent of MrMC, while hockey made MIS. Rowing showed a net loss of IU.&47; track athletics $7. ii.'; association football, MiMti La crosae, MtN7 ami gyranastlca 1N. SEATON WITH CHICAGO. Pitcher First Awarded To Brooklyn Trade Is Likely. Chicago, Manh St. -AcCordtBg to a telephone communication of Prealdent Otlmore with Manager Joe Tinker at Bhrcveport today. Pitcher Tom Beaton will at least temporarily remain with Hie Chicago Federals. Air. Oilmort' and Ceorge Ward, ..f the irookl II 1 mb, likewise illernaaed the possibilli) of a trade widt h would result in Seat- en'a belni trsnsferred from the Brook l.vn club to Chicago, Beaton is anxious 10 remain with Tinker. Beyond the fact that Beaton would remain for the (.resent In the training t aint" of the Chicago ClUb, Pi. snh nt CHI more would not discuss the rsss, It was said Seaton signed a Chicago rontrsci originally, having been in duced t,, do so when his old teammate on the Philadelphia Nationals, Ad Brennan, Joined ti c t blagge crab, was transferred to Brooklyn as a nus" to Ward in taking over tin ronto franchise, ii was said. 11. "b T. PETERSON VS. MURPHY. .'oiisitierabie local interest is already manifested in the I'eterson-Murph.v ten round boxing contest to be staged it the Grand theater on Monde v evening. March M), Both men have been train ing diligent!) and an in splendid con dition, Bath are close t" the wetter weight limit. There will be a six round prellralnar) between Kitti and Mt helich wlUCh also should b- an in UfOSlIgg encounter, The match an nounced for March M, v ill be the RfSt listic eniiurrur in Calunui for many months and the promoters hope to re vive interest in the sport here, TENER REWARDS TEAMMATE. Little Rock, March -". -Presi dent ffavansagti of the southern leagde todg) announced the reteast : I'mpire William Hail to the National leaffge. Hart, a retsjrar rdtohet gf tin Natlonsl league, ssa a former team mate of Plesidelll Teller w lit n the .i tlonal league president was a has. hull plaver. Todnv Mr Tener ttdegraphed an offer to purchase Hart. Kg vans ugh 1 ..piled thai 1 he 1 ids ins vi sejM be ;;iiilltt;.l ui til bui HI; THE CALUMET NEWS : 4) JOCKEY POWERS SIGNS THREE YEAR CONTRACT AT $2G.O00 PER YEAR. ban y. Pa., gfarnh -y. -a i -1 -ter was received here faday bj parcnta of Vlaeeag Powers, champion JoektM . thai In- bad algaad a contract through Tra laer 1 hjgratt, hi 1 Id f 1 Mm the next l&ree years. liesldea a bonus for each mount, the letter - tated he will be paid a salarv y'iSoOu an- nuatiy, Tibs amounl just about sets e record for Ani' rlcan rldera In Furopc He is now In Nh . t Jo ami IM nsidered tl.t ope, key iii K 4 4 4 4 4 4) Indlanapolla will this men: w ith open air achoofa ( nliis puplla, ar experl for tuber- OUCH! PAIN, PAIN, ROB RHEUMATISM Rub pam right out with small trial bot tle of old "St. Jacobs Oil." Rheumatism la "pain only." Not one CSSa in fifty requires internal treat - mi nt. stop drugging! Hub tin- misery liuht away! Apply soothing, penetrat ing 'jBt. Jacobs dil" directly Upon the ' tender spot," and relief cornea in stantly. "St. Jacobs nil' is a harm less rheumatism cure wuich never dis appoints and can not burn or discolor the skin. Umber up! Quit complaining! 'Jet a small trial btfttle of "Sr. Jacob.: oil" at any store ami in just a mOWOnt you'll be free from rheumatic pain, soreness, stiffness. Don't ipffer! Re lief awaits you. '-St. Jaeob.s Oil" has cured millions of rheumatism iuffer-.ra in the last half century, and :a Ju it va good for sciatica, neuralgia, UUlbhgO backache, sprains. Advert iseineat. i To the Electors of the Townsh up Calumet: Notice hi hereby given that the Boarda of Begigt ration ol tin Town ship of Calumet, Will meet at the tol lowing named places, in saitl town ship: Precinct No. 1, at the Armory. Precinct No. t, Calumet Captain'a iii e, Calumet. Precinct No. ;t. Captain's office at in shaft. Calumet Precinct No. l, S. Iln la (Qaptaln'a flee. lf- Nt Precinct No. : Norwegian Temp. Hall, Scott Street. Precinct No. f, Red Jui ks Precinct No. 7. Lake sii lovvn Hall. Floral Co. Store. N. ,",th St. Precinct N. x, Finnish Hall tennlal Heights. Precinct ariae Precinct Precinct Precinct Ave. I'ri- ne t Nt Foresters Hall. Wolv- No. No. No. No 10, Palmer's Bldg. 11. Lsttrium Town Hall. 1.'. Bpaldrag Hotel L U i::. File Ha 1, Copper of March, of regis ii persons necessary said Pro that pgr registra City. .ii Saturday, the Mth da) A. H.. Ill I lor tin purpost tering tin names of all su as shall he possessed of tht qualiilactiona Of electors iii cincts. who mat apply for pose, am! that said boards 1 tion will be in session mi Hie day and at the places aforesaid, from nine o'clock In the forenoon until live o'clock in the afternoon, for purpose aforesaid Dated tins nth glay of March . i Itti By order of Township Hoard. J .IFS MAf NA&OHTt IN, Bupervlsur. M. MARTIN, Township Ch Advert laement. ik PRECIN't "V CA1 CUfUSB Prevklllt (.r district caucuses of tin electors residing in the precincts ol districts hen alter mentioned for Hi purpose of electing deleggtes tor tin following called township caucus, wll he behl mi the evening of the .'till tlav of March. A. I .. IHM. at 7 e'eloel promptly at the following pigces .said precincts or districts, namely: Precinct No. I, Armory, entitled t" delegates. Precinct No. Calumet captain', nflice, entitled to I deleaates, Precim t No. :i. Captain'a afgee at No if. shaft, Calumet, entitled to dele ates. Precinct No, 4, So. lit . la Capteia'l otllce, entitled to . tlelegates. Preclrs t No. B, Norweglnn I emp tilde Hall, Scott street, entitled gates, 1 'fet i net N entitled to T Prei inct N store. North delegates. li Red Ischet Town hull delegates. 7. Lake BtgV Floral Oo. .'th strett, entitled to f Pre. in- t tennlal He Pre. inct Ued to x d Precinct titled to B Ni S, Finnish Hall. Ccr.- hts, entitieii t.. 4 delegates. No, t. pafeatera hail, gall It gates. No. pi. Palmer s Btdg Sa delegates, Pie nc No, 11. Laorlum Tas n hail, entitled to i" delagatea Precinct No, i". Bssuldlng Hot. !. lAke Linden Ave., entitled to s tic - Kate' Hreclml No. li, Fire Hall. OoppSf City, entitled to j tielogntes. Dated tin- Hth day of Man h, A. I', IhM, Hy orth 1 of Township Board, JAMW MucNai M hit1 N, Superv gar. 1 lea. m u 1 a Tawaship dot I Advert teem 1 nt "Firms You Ought Designed to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craft manship, and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIABILITY. PLATE GLASS, STEAM BOILERS. BURG LARY. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGENCY J. n. Leary and w. 1.. Btannard, SgentS, Calumet Slat" Hank HldK.. Calumet, Midi. - Phone ".lis. M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING, DYING, PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladies' Gir mentG Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed. Hoods tailed for and delivered, Mi tth si. Calumet, Mich. Phone No. ;:;? - J . :;n Qulacy Bttaet, Haaeock. Mich. Phone Booth IMW. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING. PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All Work Guaranteed. Shop Fan. . it Block, Hi. la Bt Laurium Phone 240-M. -LET- MltPORD figure or your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and eolimates submitted Phone No. 1. DON'T BE TOO QUICK in discarding your soded clothmtj. Bring your suit or Sprin.j overcovt to us and h.-ive it cleaned and press ed, and it will luck as good as now, and you will have them all ready to put on on Spring's first balmy days. Now is the time to have your Sprin clotnmg rencvateH at Michigan Dye Works Quello Block. 5th St. Phone 1 15-J. PIPES PIPES PIPES Peforc you buy tiiat Hew pipe it will pay you t,. look on er our large as ortmenl of brssr, calabash and meerschaum pipes. CIOMEI & DIANDA, Pips repairing a specialty. 7th and Oak Sts. Phone 612-M. Fire Insurance TOO ROEDEL BROS. AGENTS IV. T HURT ELL The OPTOMETRIST Mas returned to Calumet ami has; Is otlicc In HERMAN BLOCK, Fifth Street. Hours ! to 6 anil 7 to p, m Eyes, gognugab end scientld sally esqmln: d. ami glasses made to ft t Ad work ruaranteed, Telephone 157 -R. LOSING CUT SALE OF riAnO WARE AT ooooooooojoooooooooc o o .1 o Advertise in o e o o a 0 0 I ML NtWS- O ooooooooeoooooooooe PIANO WES and 10 cop es of Dc Luxe music . Uvll WORK GUARANTEED. McLogan c Peartc Music Co. Phone 234. Calumet SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call nnd make your selection early. J. B. RASTELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For sale at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceoia St. Laurium. Phone :36. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP 103 Fifth St. ART NEEDLE WORK BOOKS, CARDS AND STATIONERY. Embtoidcry cf all kinds. Use our circulating library. RELIABLE PIANOS gate. WFPilTiAMf- Q lo Fifth St. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Calumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over ail other makes. Loo!-, for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale Ly all deal ers. Matie in Cloverland by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Mishigsn, NOTICE On account of the poor times, we do first class shoe rcn.nr ng CHEAP. J. R. SAARELA 322 Lake Linden Ave., Laurium. Phone 312-M. HARD ;oft Hlci-itS EFFICIENCY PORTAGF COAL & DCCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 112 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson PRAYING iiWLJr - - Furniture, Piano "iod Safe moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium. Midi. f jf f' I pay you a i to ir vest i- PAGE SEVEN j to Know" CUBS 95 BOWLING ALLEYS 6 - - - ALLEYS - 6 Most up to -date in th state. WOMEN BOWLERS are specially invited. Prompt attention given to match games. 1 50 House Plants fAJ JUST RECEIVED rjrlS all varieties Tl Orde- your Easter Plants and Flowers early. Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS ORDER A CAN FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY E. R. GODFREY & SONS CO. SPECIAL ON SATURDAY ONLY FRESH MADE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Keisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Car. Wne and tth sts. Phone I1L WHEN IN NEED OF Office Supplies use your phone. Ou" number 19 516-M. All orders given prompt at tention r.nd you v.dl find that Our prices are RIGHT. Try us once and be convinced. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Laurium Michigan E. P. MURPHY Msnufaetwrer of Monuments. 402 Oak Street. Phone 605-R. HORSES SAX8Y AND MacDONALD Stable. Lake L mien Ave. Phone 009 Superior Pharmacy Calumet. Mich. UNO M. MONTI N, Prop. Drugs, druggists sundries. Pre- f sc-'ptiona cargo tuily compounded. KELLY & LANCE EXPERT Pi-UMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Laurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure en your next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417. M. f . - - !ry p-r- pose. tS I :,l