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THE CALUMET NEWS
PAGE SEVEN MONDAY, MAY 4. 1914. Timely Observations of Events SEND CREW TO THAMES HENLEY Team Made Up of Former Har vaid Stars Is Entered fork -M:, 4gsetenr rearing 'and rallWi MilM , ,i in the training progress ',.. Boat oltfb elghl of Beaton "" huH !..... entered fr ,:,a"" " , up il( the llei.lev. England, ' ,.lU, held July -4. The craw " Ut,atltutee, consisting mainly ur "miil HArvard Universal nimw ( J idly raoailM ' rowlog fnrm "', rM rta M ho have been, following d training pwedlel -l poerfnl, ,M tnd Ralatwd vtfgtftl will carry the , iumt luh colors i tha raaaoni pnJ,ll,h regatta,; Altl...iiRh the cam nation averaged well ova? 144 pound ,,, present time, it is eagected thai UI. ll H l"-"1 ,,,e Tliiim.-H tha at asri ;i pound a iwh i'rl,,u thpaw Utaraa. The nanimaa iu tltirtaa and com hat . hetiuiad i" aall fat IJverpool an Ju( ana win arrtva at ncniey abani imir -i Thla win glee thesg sevea jgy, m hi h i complete ,l,('ir iraht lag ami bafcoaw faaalljaar with tha Murm- which fa dlaTWrenl from tha American coaraM apaa wMah tha , , arcuiitocnad i" row. Durlm acrosd tha Atlantic the earn aam will roatlnaa their dally training Bi rur ud i ondltroM " in hermit. Hun aing ami ettlng-ug eadrclaea will ba rt 0( ti,,. scBednea and it Is sensible taai tin rearing ssachlaas aaad t oat ,i I,,, nt tin lis far I ad nor wath n arrled abroad far aaa during ,i. loyaga Ever effort aiU ha made , land ilie raw i nleaa tt perfect condition. II B thBegdgl thai training al Bhhtae win he soAV i ;, ,,i to cfltapleta the conditioning without the danger of UBBota doe to tha climatic i Ranges as would bo the CSSSe Id n longer latprval between arrival ad nv iK. x. ... a . 4. .5. : a 4 WILLIE RITCHIE TO MANAGE HIS 4) OWN CAMPAIGNS. Bon Prnailaco, May 4 WltUs Rltch. li ind hit fan anger. Harry i" ! . have tarn ' lbs parting at tha ways. Rltch a notified Pale last nlghl that their i elation hud riimn to an ftitl ud tii 't m future ills two brnthere, ml Lou. would look after hit 1 un I iilfiits. into in niaiiani-rs iiiniuest ion- nh menna Kit' hie win be to all ha rt purpueaa his own aaanager in the future. Rltahlp has not et de- . v ' 11 he will leave for tl ast. Aa nffei haa 1 n received from Hilly the Near Torn nraaaoaar, aa m titchht au.iinst FYeddla Welsh 1 1 .1 m-rouad hngt. btal Ritchie is waiting for further ward from Tom Aadrewfl, the Milwaukee proihoter, aa in is prepared i otter for bml with Charley White in thai city r re hi anawera Oaaaop. ORDEMAN VS. 2BYS2KO. Mntch to Take Place at Minneapolis My 15. Mlnneapnlla, .Minn., May 4.- Henry nrdeman the ftwaerlraa heavy areterhl Mistier, who has victories tn hi rrt'dll oyer .Toss Wpafjaegaard 1 irle; rmln, Dr. Roller, Fred Beell memua other Aaaartcaa and fot .'i uuMl.rs, has been matehotl to meet Btanlalaua Bbyaaito for th ' hantplonehtp. match will take aiace at tha Minneapnlla American adaaclatlon anapball pari; aa tl.o nluht of May IX, ordeman will insist upon Bhyaako 1 H 1 as the Minneapolis art ppler is the best exponent of the toehold, nexl to Odtehi that the wrest Insj world has oyer geadSKSd. The 'l him always wrestled in his bare h make it almost Impossible l"t In;, npponshts to use the toohohl. ' In ilu ir Inajbtllt) to retain their trip on his foot. I ToST 1 For Pleasure and Business ,1 Over Any Kind of Roads jjl Reliable and Rides Easy Durable and Deiinhtfui iii Calumet GaragcCo- I I SUCCESSORS TO McCLURE'3 GARAGE HI I I PHONE 29, CALUMET, NORTH 7TH ST. I ( baseball v STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. American League. W. bssroH u I'lnliiilf Iphiii 7 Xcw York ti Weahlngton t Ht. Untie I Chicago x aatau 4 cHe'elad .. 4 National L-ague. NV. Plttahuftth n PhUadelphhl k Broohlya t: New Vork u Cfncinaatl 1 Ohtoaga ti st. Loulfl I lost 011 '1 Federa! League. W St. Louis II Baltimore x Brooklyn : IniliannioliR . S t'hlrumo I pjHfjale r. KansiiN t'ity " PHtaburgh ' L Pda ., .70 :. .r,R3 .r.4.'i jjm 7 .583 ;t .471 I .:!3il 1 1 Ml 1.. Pat 1 n .727 1 .tiun I jfl ! .4:17 M .:it:i 11 Jll :t . L pat, 4 .7:n 4 tif,7 ti .r,:is s .aOtt k JM ti .455 in :.vn !t .:To TODAY S GAMES. Anericin Learjue. IgO at St. Lollls. it at Cleveland, Yin;; at Waahlnaton, ,11 at Philadelphia. I ii i 1 New Uual National League. Phuadetphla at Beaton, Brooklyn at New fat i St. I is at 1 Till ami Plttabttm h at 1 'indnnatl. TeHeral League. Pit tabu rah nl Kansas City, Baltimore al si. LoUta, Brooklyn at Indianapolis. Buffalo at Chicago, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Cleveland, Mai 4. Hard bitting; Beat pitching, saadlocra befdlna aad errtirs of Judgssent characterlaed yaa terday's game, wbtch Detrotl won from t 'if aland. II B S 3 14 1 l.i n l - le vela ad . . 1 1 1 n n I a an '. Igftlltl 0 ! .lames, Collamore. 1 I let mil Batteries ill:; and t 'ariseb; Mtilns. Reynolds, StanaKe. Two-base hits Dnuss and Lush. Patrolti Turner anil .lackson, iTevelattd. Three-hase hit - .Moriarty Detroit. Home run Cobb, Detroit si Law la. Ma) 4. t last the 'hi- t ai-.o lute wos umKe ineir ions wmis streak, winning from the Browas here yeatarday la sn mterasthig gasas r h n St .tuns . .(Ml I L' 1 0 , 0 . . a 11 a I a a :', I a 4 I 1 Weiimati. Bsusssaartner I "hit ago . . I latteries aad Bgdenrnth; Mcotte, Sehalk. Thii-'i;isc hits, Si oit anil 'ollins and Weaver, Chicago Three -base hits Lord, Chicago, Austin, St, Austin, St. 1 .onis. Louis ; National League. Cincinnati, May 4. 'Pittsburgh won an eleven -Inning pltchera' battle from Cincinnati yeatarday, McQullhtn aad Amos pitched MTOnderful hall, until the latter awakened m tha eleventh aad allowed Pittsburgh three hits, two ot which were for two bases. R 71 E Pittsburgh Clnclnptl 1 latteries ami fCafofa; base liils I Pittsburgh. l J I . 1 11 11 a 11 a a Pf (Mi 1 " It McQuillan ami Otbeoa Ame ami Qonasles. Two- II Kelley and M, Quillan, Thr base hit Bates, ClndaggtL CMcago, Ma) Louis to t bras 1 while Chicago 4. Cheney uttered hits hatted both held St. yeatarday Hagcmnn and Vidians Chicago, math opportunely. Good of four hlta ami received bass "ti balls, in live limes up. 1: II R St. Louis . Chlcagd . I Mattel it s a 0 0 o a 1 -1 :i 1 . . 1 0 a 1 1 1 a 4 11 1 III reman, .Vidians and Happening in the Sport World HUNGARY MAKES nirtm nxninrn nAriu oiniuto Olympic Games Causey Great In terest in Outdoor Sports Nea York. May 4.-The rapid da velopmeat i athletic sitirit atad com petition in continental Buroae under Hi. 'iniiiiiis ni the Olymalc gnmea enthualaam is well lltuatrated by tha remarkable phangaa la I ha Hunaarj spoil ilt nation durtag tha paag few v.ats. Trainer A I CoUUldnd, the for- 1 1 1 1 -1 record hoMIng American athlete, who recently arrived al rterma te as sume the position of Olympic trainer in the Austrian team. Stated Just hefore ins departure thai both Austria ami Hangar) were making rapid strides In ail forms ut track and aald athletics. HIl assertions borne eat by recent reports an this sub Jw t. There is no doubt that love of gth hat tea is rapidly spreading among the working class members of the papula tion, it is only about live years ago Hlnee the Wuikmeti s Athleti, lull was started, ami this year the members of that organisation won nearly nil the Dmsa-country compet itlona, aad also the championship In the country dis tricts also sports i-iuiis ore betng start ed by the unions for working men nth lot eS, and the grant masses, who formerly look scarcely any interest in sport, bra niiw becoming keen follow ers of athletics. The M 1 11 1 si 1 1 nf BdU .it ion has ina 11- gurated board for promoting aporl in general, and the rhalrmdnahlp of tins board haa been accepted by the late mlnlstei far sdnchtton and late speaker it parltament. A portion of the incom, derived by the state from the as on horse race betting transac tions is handed over to the board ta enable it to carry on its work, and it now has at its disposal mure than 1100,000, so that it will not he ham pered for lack of funds. Wingoi Cheney ami Breanahan. Two hase hits -Qood en, Chicago, Three- base bits Sweeney ami Saier, Chica go, Federal League. Indiana polla, Mac 1 One run in tha sixth yeatarday gave Buffalo a victory oyer Indianapolis. i: II R MttrTnlo a 0 an 11 1 n 0 0 1 ti 11 Indianapolis g Latteries l'onl and Blair; I'alken beeg Kaleerllng ami Rarlden. Kansas City, .Mac I W'llilness mi the part of Packard in the lirst inninp yeatarday allowed Baltimore to take n lead that assured the visitors an easy victory . It 1 1 R 1 latttaaore . . . ,1 1 Met fa 14 14 I Kansas t'ity .. I iiimhiiiuiiii 1 1 :,tt,it ies Siisirs ami I.I.u klits. h ; Packard ami Rasterly. Chicago, May -Chicago bntters pounded Camnlta and Adams foi four teen hits yesterday, idtinn a total of twenty-eight hasos. 15 H Plttsbargh a a a 1 a 0 n 0 :: 7 2 Ihlcago ! 1 4 :! a a a a in 11 l Batteries Camnlts, Adams ami Roberta; Hendrlx ami Wilson. American Association Kansas t'ity 1: Cleveland J; (so, tame,) Cleveland 4; Kansas city . Milwaukee 4: Columbus 7. Minneapolis Loutaville 1. Indianapolis I; St. Paul 4. ml SATURDAY'S GAMES. American League. It H V Chicago St. Louis Latteries Russell and I Ron ami Rnsenroth. S halk : i lain Huston Philadelphia Latteries Nuns ma ker i Johnson. FViSter and ' 'sdy Dank ami Bchang. It II R Clrrrthind 3 I 1 Detroit 4 I I Batteries Qregg ami Carlach; gleakle, Reynolda ami Btanage it Now York 1 Washington 14 Batteries ITarhop, Path, ami nweeney, Reynolds; Hhew, Civ il R ti a i :. .t ooper Bent- hf) and lielil.v. Williams. National League. R H R St. Louis ! ! 4 ChaCage 4 s 4 Batteries Does ami Payder; Hum piu ies, vaughan and Bresnahan. R II K Cincinnati tl - Pittsburuh 7 s '. Battel les Doughaas, Lear. Rowan and Clarke, Qonsales; Cooper, A da mi ami rtlbaon. R II Hrooklyn 3 7 1 New York 4 I Liit lei its pfeffar and McCarthy; Tesreau, Promme ami Meyara, P. 11 L Philatlelphla II :t Huston '2 6,3 Batteries Marshall ami Kill If er; I't rdUBi .lames and Whalitv Feder.il League. R ii i: Pittsburgh 7 it i i ' hit ago 4 H 4 Batteries Bsrger and Rubsrts; cisk, McUulre. Piemletgast. Hlack and Wilton. . 4! g a'd a w 4 a 4 OFFER HEDGES $250,000 FOP ST. LOU S TEAM St. l-otils., Mo.. May 4 Report that a syndicate has ofTcnd Roh n L. itetiKs Ifsa.eal fee the 1 Un la Ain- erlean Ituglle t tub, wt nt denied P) Mr Ht tines hero today, ut In ,dnut- ted that he ggd BgaB spprosi bed, Ihreagh a friend, with a propositloa to put a pries OS his stub, He saei he re- fused to enter into pjagetlatlons. My ball club is BM for Bale," he said. "After wauhinK the team pla) ed the conclusion I have a r ... I ball their two homo series. 1 have reach- 1 luh. I am satisiieil that I have real live ssjasBger aaw, aosaethlns 1 never had 'hefotf and prospeits are looking bright. 1 have bean worrying unite a while with losing t lubs ami now that I seem on the rpad to a winner. I Intend to stick in the fame ami reap the har vest." MICHIGAN LOSES TO CORNELL Wolverine's Weakneaa in Field Makes Victory Easy for Easterners. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Ma 1 Oprnell's wall balanced track team defeated .Michigan hele Satuida Til to 41.4. Cornell took nine lirsts ami Michigan wmi three. Bpeldvs of Cornell, after a heart-breaking tlnlsh with Murphy of Michigan, hroke the Michigan hall mile record of 1:11 4-.". held bs Itatn ey of Michigan. SpeWlen's time was 1:.",7 S-d, Jensen of Michigan ami Caldwell of Cornell ran a dead iieat in the 444-yard dash. Michigan's weakness yi the Held events saade victory easy foi Cornell. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. W'hetit is putting up a great game foi Brooklya. Tba araaaV gueerbs oat- lit. in fact, is stepping along at a last clip. Miner Brawn bag said right along that his PedS wore tin- last team in St. Louis, ami "hy CTBCky" an- be ginning to believe him. M Uiray, t lie new OUtfteldei 1 it t ho Huston Itruves, throws hi 1 -handed ami hats right -hamlet, lie looks like a t omer. Thai area a poor trade that Fired Clarke nulled off when in landed im Konetchy, formerly of tin CardlnalBi In Pittsburgh, poor lot the "'aids. The chances an- afanagei Callahan will wait for mote favorable weather before he lets "Big I'M" Walsh go the full distance tor the gfhlti Hog, Sherwood Magee Seem- 0 I It to give "flawy" CraVatk a NfSdie for the homo tun reedrd, The capttfrh "f the Phillies is flouting homers regularly. Manager Hank T is not Worry ing over the threat nl several "I the CUBS lo Jump to the I'eds. He has all the Cubs lie cures to keep Si sited up to long-term eontrni ts. pitcher a. Rankin Johaeon of the Roil Sox won the favor of Huston fans when on his lirst appearance as a leaguer ho waled his namesake, the great Walter of Washington. The Hiants claim thai the. pis J bet ter hall at home because they gel let ter food. They mis the "home funk ing" when living in lust-chtss hotels around the circuit. Whaddyeyou mean, hosae funking?" .lack Hendricks' Indianapolis t mi i proving to be tin ttai surprise In the American SBBOCIntlon fBCg Before the opening of the sun the In I, in were figured to he iisl about Strong enough to yet nntn ti, grounds. i: ii It Buffalo Indianapolis Latteries Houser len; Mullen ami Rs i list gams St. Louis Brooklyn Hit rldet W II ami Al ii 11 I I a Battertea Keupper, Brown and Chapman; Beaton aim Owens, Land, Second gams R II i ;footil n . 7 i St. Louis 7 II (. Battertea Chapped Latino I .ami : ( 'ra ndall ami 1 1 u t lev. Ranags Clt) Baltimore aasas poned; rain. American Association. Milwaukee, Q; ColnmbUB, 1. Minneapolis, ..: LmilavlBe, I. St. Paul. I; Indianapolis, 4 Innlnga, ' R here postponed tain. am Dr. J. M. O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite Fust National Bank. PHONE 18JM. CALUMET Lewis O. Smith PRACTICAL PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER. Hot water plants installed. Phone 178. Lsunum, Mich. "Firms You Jught to Know" Designed lo Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craftmanship, and Special Service Offered by (he Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIABILITY, PLATC GLASS, STEAM BOILERS, BURG LARY, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGENCY J. L. I.eary ami W. L Sianiiarl, ggtmtg. Caltissel state Baak Bldg Calumet, Mich. Phone r.is. M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING, DYING, PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Lathes' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed. Hoods nailed for ami delivered. HI Mb St. Calumet, ML h. Phone No. CT-J. 314 QuIttCy Street, Hancock. Mh h. Phone South L'4H-W. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING, PAPER HANGINU AND DECORATING All Work Guaranteed. Simp phucetl Block Heeb) S'.. LAurlum Phone J in- M. -LET- MILFORD fiqure on your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and estimates submitted. Phone No. 1. DON'T BE TOO QUICK in discarding your soiled clothing. Bring your suit or Spring overco t to us and have it cleaned and press ed, and it will look as good as nev, and you wdl have them all ready to put on on Spring's first balmy days. Now is the time to have your Spnn-i clotmng renovated at Michigan Dye Works Quello Block. 5th St. Phone 115-J. PIPES a"0 CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CIOMF.I A DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phone 612-M. Fire Insurance Farm Lands I10.0Q down SI 0.00 Per monlh- ROEDEL BROS. Corner Hecla and 3rd Sts. Phone a77-W. Launum. MINNESOTA HORSES Drivers. Draft and General Purpose Par sale ami ex fhumt'. lirto stock slwajra o" hand. James McClure Noith 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries -at- GRICHAR'S 90 MARKET AND 6R0CERY Oak St. PIANO TUNING and 10 copies of De Lux music vei WOPK GUARANTEED. Mcl.ojjan & I't-urcc Music Co. Phone 244. Calumet. SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call and make our selection early. J. B. RASlELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For sale at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceola St. Laurium. Phone 436. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP. 103 5th St. GLEBEAS FLOWERS. New from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS at lowest prices. There's a reason why all It will pay you to investi gate. UrDMAMMQ lli I I I ion r-t . ' Fifth St. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of that Calumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accert no substitutes. For sale by all deal ers. Made in Clovcrland by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE On account of the poor times, we do first class shoo repairing CHEAP. J. K. SAARELA 322 Lake Linden Ave., Laurium Phone 312-M. HARD SOFT highest efficiency PORTAGF COAL A DOCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano end Safe moving. Phone 320 L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium. Mich. II Tl I 1 CUBS 99 BOWLING ALLEYS and BILLIARD PARLORS First class tables and alleys always in condition. We carry a complete stock of Pipes, Cigars and Boxed Candies. JUST RECEIVED 10 BUSHELS ONION SETS Per quart 15c 2 quarts for 25c Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS ORDER A CAN FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY E. R. GODFREY & SONS CO. s- SPECIAL ON SATURDAY ONLY FRESH MADE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Keisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Cor. Pins and 4th BtU Phone r-ii. FOR A THOROUGH. PRACTI CAL TRAINING IN STENOG RAPHIC OR COMMERCIAL WORK. INVESTIGATE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Laurium : Michigan Day and Evening Sessions. E. P. MURPHY Manufacturer of Monuments. 402 Oak Street, Phone 605-R. HORSES For sale and ex change driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every p.,r- S&XBY AND MacDONALD Stable, Lake Linden Ave. Phone 609 Superior Pharmacy Calumet. Mich. UNO M. MONTIN, Prop. Drugs, druggists sundries. Pe-sc.-i itions cJre tuily compounded. KELLY & LANCE EXPERT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Laurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on your next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417-M. ii 4.