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PAGE AEVElt 1 URSDAV, APRIL 3. MM. pQlNGS OF THE VAN LOONS Titter 7U9 Father May Have Gause to Qomptain 'POOR P6(.LOWS WOW KAKD THtV HAVR Tf work. : Af-Trn ALi. ot;w r TO BR- VfcHN Wei-U SATTU AeiO A,TW MM LOT - ' LA .J I ajo oFieE AMD DON T V- . TKvcci Lri L.IMC- . TnF v INDE.ED WHI r I r'oMfc- TO ( THINK OF- 1 T P OOC'MT i . O BE TTfcM r PA, BOUGHT A. A t-OVD OF- AMIc-l (tHdl Black. u-oArv and I WAN 1 NOU 70 fM I ! to Nli'MI '-m pOOK l ( vV COME. ON DA VE-RT'L FL SORRA FciR da poor man NKE- A 'SVK DA POOL . 1 I - II KM. r A. lOH I ... .w.'. Vul- DA POOC'MI voN-reiMTEDy VTO-ldeVT WRCJ I T anl I .tagM (MW -V i U CTKI V ihlSL POOR I JB. f 17 . I I ' " . CALUMET baseball, football, cricket, track and field and aquatics. BOXING, WRESTLING, ROWING, AUTOMODILE RACING AND TENNIS. DUNG SAYLOR IN HIGH FAVOR Australians Think American Light weight Is Invincible r L BASEBALL Hone manager STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. J American I eli . .-w it . . . Vm U League. V. ....! HI, ill n .ivlii. who n month get) Well The rtfW MM lit;l11 m My tor i . inpmcnii wliel) mi , I Ik ,11! I HO ft light cut huaianl A Ml' I II t) II ihe anttpodca i after Huh! In VIh'i !imn I m stopped iiir Baylor becauaa Welsh iLiiiiK-l had i ii hiDl. Later . and tin- opinions of th ,rs. didn't entirely hear out , lalm, However, Um Wcl 'ii tm mil much t) in wriiii-ii Mai - , I,., -.ii..,..., "fn hi " ' I Vila I,, 1 1 U I I: I I i: il.lll rm,.,l in fore Si. Im himself. xiiis led iii in ii rather odd Irortdent, da laadim Bayler. who egpooMd b H vaS recalved, found tha AUatraliaii ' ' rool I diaiant. The ranorta . .. . i .. i i -- t ii i i jrfJU'll1 ' UKIHI'I mm. ,.i iiy his treatment Hay lor lm nii.ii.iii l: clrclarfd I ktni k nul , man he fi ughl In AiffftraUft, i in iiatp ha hit-; aaada veod. n' U.. k,. M i , ( i, in Ave, i Deluding AIM I i'i ' ., beat ii!hi wfiRiiiH, noon ii r Antlnodaana haaed thotr m i havlna n worHI' ntiamplon. Drfon B! lor f aarbl thaw llahasan nrf Rerh McCoy utp thowhl i ha rdx ii.!-. Ha) lot boat them aall thai ih Auatrattana nw want tn mtet him aaahuM Willie Ritchie, ami i; i:.t hi ; iii's in Sydney he'll Bnd Hat ftaylnr win be heavily bached iigainst htm, s.r i. r ha kti . k .1 mm Ait" Uorcy nul Nat VVtlllama. The tMter is an Kiclisii dahteri and was thought to Hve ii ini i,i riaaa, nayior poiiamni Mm off .a twn ronnda, li iv.is Sa lui's uwii fault that )4 i nd K'inning his third iiuht." aaya : American UHMr, He met BaJle Newhouaa Briehaae. Ke had i ihe Auatralian aaverelj when h wa iiianuaHned for Mtttac In the Ha in s. it waa fault vhleh be bid mad i,i tncouratf in I bla battlo, I be u:is wlnnlna afell.1 rrrddie Welah milit Rat I Rffht by n . . i 1 1 ii ii.' ami uifVTiiiH i" "'t Baylor, Preddy mUrhl mam M .i light, .iiiiiiii b) thf araj 7ir ii Hpccaini up. Waahioafton Philadelphia si. Louta . . Beatuat 'U' . l.ni.l . . Nationol Liagne. W Pittabnrth Philadelphia Brooklyn . . . 'Inoinnatl . . Kew fork , Chi. axn .... Si . I.ntila . . Boaton Tf!. ,m Mi .:.:is .:,' .Mm ..".ml .4041 ,BM Pet. ,m .1117 M .::x M4 :.r. Federal League. V I. P. t. St. Imlfi !t 2 .HIS Baltimore ' 'i .'-' Chtoaana I I m Broeiilyri 4 4 Mt IndLfranpolla ti Jtfthi Buffah) 4 .2 Kanrfns City '" T .417 Plttavurfth - i .-."' IS SUFFICIENT Plan to Launch Stock Company to Run Club Poor Business Tins .iiijTlit iitmmer r FVderal i be a perfe fly h piayarb with tin acue ' inii. light But KING WITNESSES MATCH. Lam t Cup Won Gamo To mi. England, 'i Liven i In Final Winners. April Ii, Boi and won the Ruglv "f tin HI blata Mabj th. Hon The p e iiiniii ii.in. i r ml la) Mhj M era to I its I i um' in urnuMlal i"f t'""i - ') a i . : i i i s 1 1 aovorcign wit -run nival, which was olai i oa.Md aeoide here Baturda. lay w.im vcrj fast in m t In I. in a) Biiaaad a aptendld r Liveri I, vVhea an open " fore him be am alens a after, bui Bhvell wm aaj.e qulch fe him. aa Im t be "mtki in Rnlendld reehiotv Thaaa i ii'H.i.inoiii v wire in, ;t irinn- ' "'' ' ibelr leaaautlra ahtea until half "" ii" Ii waa reaoBdi with no aoare, remnn acrod tor Burnlej tea nakn- "ii' i i iic inrrrTgi, mnjeaty, ;im!d arena MhunJaam, praamted the '" a mnere, i ..f trophj LEFT FORTUNE OF MILLION. I, 'han Newa 1 . Mn., a,, 1 1 :to. - The w ill of '" Bptnk, wceJthteal of Spl 'I t mil pnbltaher of the Bportlni ,I th' Himii i inir (JouiIh I ii'iilr1. Wed Mm anaah ami laavai virtn lv bla ratlra aetata in hla irrfe, Ma and tn hla amv John I ieorsa 1ay- pink, and hi t two tatufhter. '' r," i '''I lahfee it is said the "eaiaty wW liiw.eM Siniik 1. II ahottt American Association. 1 1Hvil" lj It I'm, I o. Milwaukee 4; fhwiiand f, Jjnaaa Pita daeMaahmi jo "'nneapoila-lMltangnpoll, ,. ,isl. ...Id won.her. J ..mil.,,, x. j baehae, naianl vm ' fallen in H i . i tiiio.nno. h- Ul "'"d 'Wax una cun t be found. TODAY'S GAMES. Ameticin League. 'hlcaso at i li t tuit. i 'h land at SI. LOU IB. oaahlngton at Phlladalpbla, Baaton at Men ITsek, National League. Philadelphia at Brooklyn, Nan Vnik at Must. hi. Cincinnati at Pittatrarsh, si. Lowbt at i 'hi. ago Feoeral Loague. Plttahurgh at Indianapolis. i laltlmore nl Chicago, Brookls a at Kansas City, Buffalo at St. Louis. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Detroit, Mi. h.. April MVA nonsa tlonal pltchera' battle ward ateven in ninKn here yaaterday hefore i'tiit dafeated Chicago, Clcotte and Dtdm.' pit. hril uperh hall, hut in th.' tinal imiiDH the Chicago hurler araakened, it it R Chicago ... I anii nun o a o .' I Detroit a o a a o o o a not i I l Dntteiiea Clcotta and Be ha Mi Du buc ami Btanage. Mo aatrahaaa hits. Phllflderphla, i'a.. ai i ii afv- a trlpla pia by Oandil, Footer and .McMridc In iii,- sixth featured syaahlngton'i -tofy over Philadelphia here yetterday, k ii n Waahlngtaaj ,... Stiff I M I PMladelrhki . . . l Iff d ! I 1 f 4 I I Batteries Bhgel, Vyera and Henry; Breaaieri Board man, Houoh and Behang, Lapp, Two4nge hits -Milan, rtandll, Morgan, Washington; Murphy. Philadelphia, Mew York. .V. V . April If, Walsh'.'; borne run In iin fourth emahled Mew Yoii i" nefeal Boaton here yeateroay. It II K gjogton no oooo ono o 7 t Mew "t 'k . .o o o i o o o o x i 7 o I tat tor leu Leonard. Bodienl anil Thomna, Carlgani Pkrher and Bfae gay-, Two-bage hit .lanvtin. r.oston. Ifome run- TTaJah, Mew York. Bt, I. .mis. Mo.. April M. A . omhina limi a hits and MPUM In the Ihird yeaterday gara Bt. Uatnla victory Cleveland, n 1 1 R olanJ o a o o o j o o t :t 7 j J4 ..nils I II I II II II II I X - 11 I - I Btterlea Mitchell, Coilamore ami ( 'ai is' hi lamea ana i ". 1 has.- hits Worher, Warea, Bhattan, Ht. Uaulai H Uson. CleA'ekmd. National Leaque. ClnelnaatL Dhka,, April :u. -Clncln nan wtiH uwthatted h. st Lowht yaaja terdaj hot b) I ot h mi baaag and ,, tp ihe naMatam a ot lha visitors' errsra manage wta from Bt. UmiI rt i i s, T ostgj IftStttl f 12 I ..,; ,,....: .. .agftf ft! -: ii rmnn. Bteele nnd v4.,v.i..i rtnallng. Benton -has.- Iiiih 'Butler, Louie Drookl.vn, N. tn April If rul tali Theae bapP) atblelea will have no more than four or fva hundred boaae . U the plans of the pramotera to aell sunk iii small blocka ate auccaMafuli Hare is the eaptioa of aa advert la mnt which appeara In the BufEalo pa pers temptitu.', the fans to iiu up their aaylnga ami become maanatea; "Fire tin- Wrat Baaeman If you want to." (ireat! Imagine the harmony and mootkneeo that will prevail in a chib which has the grandetaad and bleach era chuck mil of "ownera" every after noon that it kt aouae. Picture the aofl spm in which the manager is placed when an;, day acoTe of Inveatota or der him to lire join s or Smith beeeuae thejae phtyera failed to ooane through w ith a double, In a pinch. u there is an) aurer way af makinj a failure Ihan ihis iiliin af eWCOUTag- in: meddling, nobod) in ha ae ball has bean ahla t dlacover K. There gen plenty of coaea on recoru wnere m -tMn between a man who owned all lha .-.to.'k ami hla manager kept the eluk ,n the i.iiai- khhiin-, aevaral hundred people Into the idea thai each one raj them is running the club, will multlpis the rhancea foi .-'. raps by the number .f aharea aotd, It is all rOT) well to ;;et m the s'iti:iil investors tiiiii thus create peraonal interest and a mutih ipai pride in the i luh. Inii ii must be ahsoluielv iinder- si I that one man is running things and that I he stm klmhlei s ale apeotg tota and noj maaagera when they to the gamea Detroit Pree Preaa, Mike Donovan, Old Ring Star, Declares Every Boy Who Wants Health Should Learn to Box 'DUMMY MAX SON LAST HCPE OF THE TITLE AFTER FIRST ROUND. Mil; spent him. i Instru ' lllh. .ii i kno an and in at t;7. With W years out of the ring hehlll I tn be retired as lioxlni the New Yolk Athletic atoraa, MBl faai " hit a wallop in either bund, bowing his gblllt) with phla pkaoe ll.'SS kept . 'le and Clark M i gee. Ht. l'hlladel ttceed Brooklyn out of second yeaterdAy, profiting by the wikj nf Brooklyna' bosmen. Alexander the huals' hits H.atlercd. it II B Philadelphia ....' o i a ft 1 a 4 1" I Brooklyn f f f X I f f f I if i Batter lee Alexander and Klllifer; Bagaa, Alien. ReuBmoh and Plachar. Two hgae hits Klllifer, Philadelphia; Dalten, Brooklyn. Throe 'baaa lute Cravnth, PhiladelpliM; Btengjfl. Brook lyn. ChlcagOi III.. April ::o.--Pit. her Adams held Chicago to tour acattered hiis yeaterdn) while his team males batted bMfa Lpvender and Vaughn all Aver the BaM and Plttahurgh won from the locale, it ii B Plttahurgh .. ..ooonoo4oo-7 II I rhicagn 000 Off 000 fl 4 3 llatleries- Adams and GNMKMl! Ii- vender, Vaughn und Archer. Two-haae hlu Mitchell, .1".' Kelly, Wagner, Plttahurgh, Three-be ae hit Ofcbaon, Pittahurgh. Boaton, Mass., April lf.New fork Boaton gnrnd postponed; rain. Federil League. Chicago, III., April :io.-d'ish held Baltimore t" two hits and f'bleage wo here yeaterday. it li K Balthyiore . . . .1 1 o o on o o .1 ChkHsgo (i n ii n 2 00 0 x 2 I Bntteriea -Qulnn ami JackHtfch; KTafa and Block, Indinnnpolta, Ind., April 10. Falken bera allowed rpitburgk only three short alnglea ami Indinnapolla won h. re yeaterday', it ii r: Indliin.'ipolhi no I 000 1.0 x 2 3 Pltahurah of f f f f f f f 4 a o Bntteriea Falkewbocg ami Bkildan; Hemleraon and Roherfa, Kansas I'lu, Mo.. April 30. Kansas Cly oufthattted ami outAehted Brooklyn reetanlay and n. Krugjera home run In the liret with two on haees khvo the kteali a had thai Brooklyn oawM not n ercome it 11 N Brooklyn .. .0 0 010 0 4 1 0 7 13 I Kansas Cite . . 4 0 o u ' 1 1 J x H 1 J 1 Batteriea Summers. Patera Marhm. nnil Owens; Harris, Htone, Paeknrd ami Rnaterly, St i...uis, Mo. ApHI 30. Three suc eeaaive alnglea and a aucitlke fly in about tor ..f The i . el a ad with dellghla in the miiis. fMd Mlhe doean'l take ver) kindly to the Idea of h.-in- counte I out, i.ut in- gaya ihe iuh is right, iii'- heart isn'i jusi as BtrnggJ its II used to he and the nld-iiim rlgg warrior la aatlatled tg leave the aport with almost halt a century of remJadgeencca. In his time Donovnnl has been a champion fkfhter, a poking in tra, tor to en Pree I dun I lto.iseveit, and for to yegra lha teacher of UM ! f aelf (Jelense to inelllhi'l'S pf the New Vul.. A. C. Long bach In his long Career Don van clearly ie alls the old (lay N when Bghtera with hate knueklaa indulged in harh. irons bouia, lie hag watched the iK Improvement In the ppori and haa formed some very deckled oplnlom ahout boxing, They .ire; Rvef) ho who wants to be health) ami ti clean liver ehowtd box. A hoxer doesn't need a gun; knows how to defend kiinaelf viiii in hands. The sport -I) and it yeora i'" brutal, It Mas harhai'i i (lghUw hoxlnw, with the mm est ant a I heir hare kniu MeJ. The spoil now is more humane. The hoys use ginvag and they mealy hunt I heinselves seriously. The present -day i biverer bocauae i he) hands more. The tougher ami etronger .la, k Johnson, it' lie should defeat any of t hopi "Boy now bog Ihe) sai.l I loimvan as a Btarte position. ". boxer canit ly hurl now b) iisiuk Ii i an a good man. meet it good man in his class, i 10-r.minl bOUt, All he keep hla hands im Ing away. "Boxing now is a prof paying one. loo. Instead i rede hundreds of bo) ami make 14 nod mone) the money McParlm ti, muny others have ean pion In the old days liKhl almost a year l" gi liner makes in one v. as a loi.j; t Ime 1 lefot 1 tin 1 impiotis run use ild-tiaeaea are re phyakadfy, s fit phyaloally. ie present White (km I light, to prove Iii- 1 he gerloua ivea, Kelt her ", all eipiall.. P heaten In a his to do i hii and gel ssion, I good -,f L'.diiK in ., take up hOXing Just think ot lithiums and d, a cham 1 miii have to what a bend I,,, nl now. Ii got $1.0011 f. : ni Mike helieves that 1 er toda is . leverci tlmerg ahwpl) bet aua. handa mote. Ifeari had to be vers 1.11. an opponent for feat knucklea, which were hout. Tin- reMean , in rent championa at acietHhlf, hut he .ie, not the egunl of the atrenath and endurair tinted this argumeni of one ot hi; ha III. ith canal darn hie pi li 1 g 1 in aprkajj i ii Jim Murra) at Krie river. They gegfthl lust after dai brook, the u. en battled ut which was in an oMr would have the gdva other. Pinal!) th and called the bnill nfl he aMa blind foi three "i m arm) 'a pun. bt he carries m ars on hi venir of that grueling ceived ll.fff as ins , a ml I NnOVe n as' s u I11 toda) ho wonld :,' far iioitt f"i a paltr) .That Moeeq Ughl a stance of ihe old hit Doagerajg can anail) hrlafl in his min fewaaja af bouta thai ''"' Piece in th he average h,x- Ibna the old he can use his im the Bghtera il how they hit 1 hrenkim; ihcll iiwaya hare ia . Units that tin perhaps moii a red they we 11 ohl-limers Itl re. Mlhe Ulna iv. lh a ttarraliv which he loi Bobmivm me( 1 the Heliwan with hare Us' 4.1 ri'itni the ring hirst um then tie interfere, Donovan aay ila as a result and In this face as a sou hout. Mike re ii.l of the purs re the lighter i t In 011 1 h a snni $ 1 .000. :,s oWl) one In e knuckle day 1 I'or and 1 11 due middle of in the in,, hands to v But Mlkt barbaroiia thai Ihe and how lo than lo What I, li" h the H i, a 1 H inter when he had to I idle of the ring M rnh rork circulation up. ' 1 kmovaa is glad t hat t h daya are over. Bt at port has steadily impro low ' . el boy ahou id lei box, If ft emalfl he pleaches taught o! 1 he u r no dthy, ither Mike purpoe belle . ovan, hut II ye iroflcieni in ho suit, aktpped ai his listeners Jul and UppercUt, fd Mike 1 nralae for the "Thete's mai fighter," de, tared down to I he Whin ter and Hied t,i I didn't want to im keep roahlng all to he oil tOp "f a he COUM hit. 11- would 1 ontinnall) harder. I WM "I boXlna hunts." ins on me and old, has Arthur a young Hon grown er) 1 . M ike, in his ) in und Ihe door, I" show how Arthur 1 an ho.,;.. is gfl g-Prt 1 a ing sldeni whi i'a a II. the ma use all him to He pi' 1 ime, 1; and sired a words, of Booaevelt, a natural I wen I W itl- ht 1 em He my, t km lk ho all out to me l, h.l n all tn after otw Jlmm) Johnston lis this story on 1 he managed "immnn Maxaon eight from Mich! id diimh, and 1 it New V01 m fieak tight - 1 lew eeara , tne 04 a -ggg is deal' think. While under aa) management, be had three or tour Rghta, t f the Dghta, I re. all. WON w ith .! jfeagette, He haa anxftana bt got 1 bout, ami aiwaya wi"t that he could Whip Johnson if i'-n .1 chance. Bo 1 wrote and i. .Id hitn I would match h.m Je mette, and if I aid .,.,1,1 mat' h him CRIGER IN HARD LUCK. Partner Star Catcher, Penniless. Cared For By Friends. I'.ostou, April If, According lo frlenda "f Lot Criyer, fanner fntnwnt heeebail catcher, w ho is here aufferiatg M i.in illness that prooahlv will have U fatal termination, the Uackatpp lg com tel. doam and ant, in a financial way. He La in a boepUel, and his biila there, and Other expenses, are helm p..;, I !.. triet.ds tii.it he made iter while be as acting gg battery par1- lier With C fOUnC. ot the BoOOn It'll J S..x. V It : t he : . Well : , can .as uppoaad. when ''lirer .put major Irgglltg that tie was fairly lixid, as he aiwaya had been ni ami .le w prett) itood aalgrleg 'A It !l whip him I WOUl w it h John.' on. 'The tn xt day from him saying to cloae t he match matCh aid he Wa figjht, and was .-1 Ural round by the 1 ei . e.l a was ii. K.. rinsed the on lure t pp. d in ' he 'olnred man. while with Beaton, t he Minora for a tiaat up, ids health, never on h.m Crlger had He managed in , hut had to give. r 1 . taregkkM a length) . at a ir I li ma t Holl atte thai J. I. i firet thing Maxaon did af gel ting on Ihs i kMhea a as H out his pad and write following: 'Mover mind king me with Ja.-k John- lor a J ear OT t WO,' Jeall- must hu e convinced han I he , liOred ll.ali can hit." p. (laurice) In Clavaland in be at ha 11. but aron most of his fame while connected With the loogl Am erican league club, CONGRATULATES N ICK ALLS. Philadelphia, April If, - Vivian Mick. alt.--, coach of tin- DtiiveraM) of lenn sylvanle reewa, lias eaceived a. letter from BUM W ini. the harmer eaavcb, in aIii.Ii the latt. r shows bfat spoilsman ship by congratulating MIckaJM upon the tuceeca or the it.'.i and Bkea erewa i ainsi Annapolis. Ward wrote to i kajla Bit follows: "I congratulate yoa upon your crews' victorlea over Annapolis." The Cowboys of the Sky Buck Up with Peerless When youVe slinging rivets five hundred feet in the air, you get that old he-feeling that life is full of good stuff. There's pep and ginger in the game. 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