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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SEVEN DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS You Gan Hardly Say That Mother's Chapter Is a Success TrrHlS j time that you Attn HIM OMf ' AbocT "TO JOIN l" UNIVERSAL. SOU t r ia i Nit w OR THE ' 171- Mltf TiME THVf At WAR ANI IKihU ( SHOU.'-D slt WORK fXl THAT To THtL PROMOT( ON o f" UN I VfcRW- Of AC C " K ' IVt(v , MA mmm wi. mo- r FJf WAR fR, PEL AC F . d lC j H..M'. vvAwrCiO to rtPf;Mr AND 1 Ml WHclJ- tfuam , cut wa HOVVr Ml K AMI) '(I iv t'l i;m a i min C TWO J . TlMr AND i ni .c-.Y ; d I If imi sMi vw ' fv)A'l r: R r- I r. ' nu.iMnrinM " I 1 HP uu bz-ikiicc i ,isl A.'MAf 1 ' V r . i A 1 s .-o itk.it tir- o v a. .y - . , . ... mi , . hi , " '1 wrl -i ' - i ' "r - -- 1 V i.' r, v. i i J i v..i.i.vii-.a lit a r : . 'MM..' '. - mm i CALUMET BAS -SArT,c, NEWS BO'H SPORTS 1 VALUE OF COBB VERY APPARENT Tigers Seem to Lose Snap When Georgian Is on the Sidelines Ths roal worth "f Tyrua - i i . to the Detroit low tea bMB kttoMnttod dttr- Mil; th -fk. 'I'lii' TlKWS, mi tuut il.is s. ha ' droppoJ ihri-' (,'iiiih'n Hi it lirobabBj would imv- boon tholrf bad i he '') rv. iii n BOM in ploy. in WoatUnftoii Uvlltnan loal nuny h.-uu es tn hiinj? t.ut hits u(T soli pitch- ina nd hooloa "in i hi the "eid. L'obht on ii i 1 othefe hsnd, Invnrlobly ahlnea in Phllly Mini ihiT- is Httle rtueatloa bai thoi in would lutve Improved ins gen ral .t ci.in'. Tii poaa evor HollaMii'a fAllwea: Cobba ptMWCe MMIM mu-li tu Hi' Detroit ti;im. Every report from tin- eoat Indicatea that tiif Ticera have loat a lot of their Hshttaf Bplril alnoe the deportura of tha Geo rgtatn, Not alone uoea Cobb Kava an exhllaratlns ffivt in the truit players, : ut his p&yini uaualty deprcaaaa the opppelllcQ 'I'lii i ham fs ate that eVOfl Cebtl cotiM imt bava tu. lied a rletor to Da troll in Washington Monday, it has been a tonji time alnce the Ttiiora have atored a vii tor' er Walter .lulinsor, I. ill Cobb Would have made the .lefeit .1 leaa overwhelming one and a eloaar ICON would baVl WOrrlad tin- Nation als and would have furred WOttOT lohnaon Into harder pitching. Oobb means more to the Detroit team than Mf latkaon t th Nape, oppoalna otttba do nor fear Jackaen oil the baata; on the Other hand, thr.v ara always worried for fear tha QeorvlM will start the unexpected. The enfortuaete injury has alaa i r. Vended the ileori ian fTORI putting ita a Bghl for the hatting laaderahlp, Jackaon baa I n In a alamp alnce the taking el the eastern trip, while Cofch usually goea at tup i peed ou tiie r. BiL .lim Jeffrlea la taiinu a deep later eat in the work of Johnn) Coulon and will train the CMaagO lianlam for hla bout with "Kid" Williams. Qnnfaoat Bmlth haa engaged Rob Armatrong, th lored heavyweight ( aa sparritiK partaar, Bob win prepare ffaylth for the hitter's boat with Car P antler Writing item Auatralia, afanagar l.ippe aayi all the American imxers now in tin. i country era cleaning up in the rin:. and makin l ales of money Ask the doctor. He'll tell you that Calumet beer is a splendid tonic and invig- orator. CALUMET BREWING CO. PHONE 274. CALUMET r L BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. J American League. W. I. Pot Washington :M II . I S Philadelphia i U Jli De troll II AM New York II Hi Mi St. lmis IS N .474 llostun 17 .4(!'.i Caleago i; u'l .4:il' Ch'velund l li MB National Leaguo. W. !.. Pet. Plttaburgh ji n .77 New York IX II Mi Cincinnati 'i II .r.sn Drooklyg 14 M .4s:t st. Lowht is 'i .4;j Philadelphia it: 17 ,4M Chicago i; n MM Rootag M -3io Fedora! League. W. I. Pel. Daltlrdora M I iTM Chloago ii i " ,4s."i Buffalo 14 1". .4s:t St. (xUlfl Hi 1 1 .471 Kfinaoa dty H is Jtti Druoklyn 14 it 4t;7 InJiannpolla i II .414 Pittabargh Id is MM TODAY'S GAMF. A-ncricin League Washinston at Peat on. Philadelphia at New York. National League. u stun at Philadelphia. New York at Brooklyn. Clm innati at Ptttabirrgli. St. I. mils nt Chicago, Feaer.il Lranim. aaaaa City at st. iouIh. ladlanapolla at Chicago, Pittabargh at Baltimore, Brooklyn at BafCalo. WILL TRY OUT CUP DEFENDERS Three Initial Races Next Week Preliminary to Final Tests YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Phikxaadadrht, May .'!.- Plank was in splendid form yeatcrday and Phlladel pbta won. The home team cored two TOM in the lirst on a pass, a trile mil thi St. L Phllat aacrlflca By. Baker'a home run fourt h oomph t''i the acorlng, i: ii B Hi.; II I) II O II II II II II II r l alnhla ...l'oohhi nox-1 7 2 Batteriea i: aumgardm r, Mitchell mi Agnew; Plank ami Lapp, Three h;tc iiit Colllna, Phltadehjihta. Hon tnr Ifahitr. Philadelphia. Nov. York. May :'!. Now York ooh iiy defeated Chicago yesterday. CM ergo played ; r hall in the tieh nf New Tork'i runa being tin of errors. Chicago . . . New York . . Batterlag Be hO Ik, Mayor r. Two-baac R , tlvo I suit II B 7 4 . 1 a ii n ii a it n ol n i ii (i 1111 x r. : ICOttO, .laspor and i- lahor ami Nunamak hlta Demmltt Chaaa, Chicago; Williams, New York. Washintjton. May It. Detroit won yeaterda s game from Waahlngton. The game was called in the eighth to allow the teami tu catCh I train, for flvo lnnins the gaflM was a pltChera battle between DaUM anil Shaw with both brttnaatly supported, in tha sixth Detroit aolved Shw'a oellvery, scuiinv live runs. Crawford got a triple, n double and two nincle' in four times at bat. XI 11 B Detroit ltd Sill a I M i Wi'shinnton .. .001100104:. x 2 Batteriea- iauss ami Btanage; Shaw. Month' and Henry, Williams. Twobaaa hlta High. Crawford, ! trott; Pootor. Oandll, Wlaahington. Three-base hits Crawford, Moiiurlty Detroit. Ftonton, May 29 A ninth Inning hat tint; rally, started i fter I WO wore out, save Cleveland a victory over Boeton yOWtOfday A triplo stonl worked by threa Bnaton outrleldera in tho third, mi which Hooper acorad, resulted in the banlahment or Manager Birming ham, Carlach ami Dtaon of Cleveland, arho pTotoated tun vlgoroualy agalnat the umpire's deciaton R H I i fo , hind 994) did 10 3 " 0 0 Baggag ooioooooo2 r, 4 Batteriea Hagerman, tiremr ami Carlach, Baaaler ; Bedlenl and Thoraea Two base hits Turner, .lohnstun. i 'el vola nd. National Lengur. Pitt burgk, May 20 . Phiiadoiphin ,.ii 1 pit. bets' i.aiiie between Mgyay atid Harmon yosterdny. Krrora by Will ho of the Will ho New York. May :.VI The Detiaiee Beaoluta ami Vawttie, the three yachtt built as oandlda tea for tho defonaa of the Amerira'a Cup, are to meet for tha lirst time next week Three racea aro si heduled fur the tii.. af dafaadara, tha lirst to be belli Tiiesdav and II then on tho aucceeding daya, The racoa conducted under the auaplce New Yi.rk facht 1 lub. They Bailed in Long la land Bonnd, wiiii the atari off iiie.it Captain' Is land, near 1 irneau lea, Com, Theea initial mcea will moan much to tho owners ami managers of the throe sh.ops, though tin reeulto will lave m. decisive bearing on the sol'- - tlon of the defender. The actual trial races, the winner nf which will be eg- J looted to meet Bhamroch IV. in tin- oua roateatay will take pi: all Newport I daring the third Wick nf An ast. in Juna in. 1 I ami II the three an- ill da tea will be tried nut over the ragu ! iar cup poggag oft Bandy Hook. The' distance will be 'he same as iti tho J International mcea, , Of the trio i.f candidates the llern s hofl yacht Pes,. Int.- appears t. be :i fa- orite among yachting aharpa, Thai ftiajortt) nf I ho experts llllVC expressed the Opinion thai I be reduced sail area plan which is p. be gaod mi the ReaO' intc will proa thu tratt a decided ad vantage in allowances ner the Y.-mit'o ami the Detinue. MerreehofTi repu tatinn of turning "in winners also entn romridenrbla ol a Agere when it cornea t picking the favortta before the trial races. In deeignlna and bttUdlng si dy racing ya 'us the Bristol akippar has few If an) equate, This fact akaae is bound to fn nuance the batting on tho coming rat es. Other Yachts Speedy. Put tin races la won until the win ner crosses thi' ftnlah lino. Hi 1 the own er,: ami deatgnera if the Vanltk ami the Defiance may be cxuaad f the. ilKttro the ohaacga ' their craft in be as good as those of the Resolute, The Vaaitte is known is the Cochran Mo hi. Its owner is AlexanCer Sini'.i ochran, a yachting cnthuKlaal of yon kors, N. Y. Th-,a in Wa dealgned b VYIIIiam Uardner ami built bj tha Qeorge LAWlayjlnd Bung compunj nt Neponaet, Mass. Qeoraa Owam the designer of the Defiance, bus been backed by wbal Is known ua the til-cltj syndicate, rom poaad of New fork, Philadelphia and Boaton yachtaggan. Tha Defiance was built by tin- Bath Iron Works, Batfi, Mo. Her distinguishing feature la 1 Ml-foot mast, w hi. 1. , . uid in be 1 be tallest stick ggar placed mi a racing yacht. The Reaotuta, th" third candidate, ia owned by 11 ayndtcatc ii hich Rouen w. Bmmona is the m magtni direi i Tho yacht was doslsned by N.n Her reaboff ami buUt at tho Merraaholf yarda at Bi istni. R, 1. It la unneccsHai in state thu nn eirpense has been spared in building the three yachta, Thoaa who have had experience in. the sp.irt estimate thai the total expiti.se of dcfindillK the r'a - nam trophy against Sir Thomai Lip ton's R ham rock i'. will coma dose 1 hall a million dollarg, Great Intercct. The defenaa of the cup la a nations I affair and la ragardod bj yachtamcn as nf BUCh Importance that the lest deal II. the best material and the best wofkmanahtp must ie had al any eat, The work nf ilialgnlag a 1 up defendui entails many limes as much lalmr ia is employed in deelgning an ordlnarj 'fait nf tiie same nie. Bv0r3 Ucl.nl is calculated in the grantee! nioety. The sisa of every pan is proportioned to iis work ami tie- atreagth of every bit of material that geea into the boat ia eieseiy calculated in addition in the large Inltl 1 ex pense Incurred in the designing ami tie- building of the roi lag ya hta, thee is the expenae of the ( raw, ami charge for towing, repairs and numerous otb- , r thlni 'oat would ni i r oaaur to th ia, mind. An export skipper ami a CTUU of lift.v or mam men tire ersgaged and Under pat weeks before the aeht ;s laill 1 od. The members ..f ti e erew are paid their salaries and provided v ii h food and 1 Inthinu fog a perind ,,, ncvon or eight nontha and it is cus tomary tn charter a special gtonWl . upon Which to berth the men during the entile season f racing. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Atcocfc, viio tias been piayrag third base tor the White Sox .-cm e Ham Lotd loft the team, Ul pUttHMf Up rattling good gaaaa at the hot corner, Btoya Bvana of tin- Brooklyn Fedi must have foand a gaagla bgt, far ' is displaying the highest badtmg aver age of an) player in tha three bit; leagues, "Handsome Kunny" Nunamaker, the former Boaton backstop, is getting Into the fra more ronutarly now that ho with tn, Yankeea. "Nunny" was wear in- out uniforms poiisnaag th Bed Box bench before ho was shipped to New Yolk. Walter Johnson's ragaarkabls guccaaa sc. gM to have imbued the Whole John gOfl . l.i 11 rlth the i.l. a tii.it they are there with the baU ami bai North Dakota i- tha lataat to come Ihwmgh rth -.o entire 1 ah neon OUtdt, nine J bm ' ns on one team. In winning fourteen of the first Ilf- taen gamta pkayt d, tho Burlington Central asaoolatlon team ins produced about the classiest performance in mlm.r Jeanne ggctfgy. The . hampli 11 Ni wark team is tad inn the going prattj ton h in the In tematloaal laagae, Baltlmnre. Budfaln, Rocbeater, Toronto ami Providenoa ad look aaraaaj enough to scalp the in !lc ns. The lir.-t conflicting date in Brook Ij 11 between the National ami Ptdoral leaguea will be June 1, when the Bow .. ii Travis tackle the Ba parkas and tin- Baltimore Terraplna clash with the Tip-tops. Wagner ami L Plttaburgh. Philadelphia Pitaburgh atard proved costly tor 1: ii B a a 1 to 11 0 0 0 d ' 2 . 0 a a a a n a a a a r. 2 Batteriea Mayer ami Burnaj Har mon ami Coleman, Qfbson Twobaea bit Carey, Pittsburgh, Throe-base hit i'ra ath, Phtlndelphla. Chicago, May fi. Chicago defeated st. uunla here yeaterday, but required IU InlngS to do It. The name was tied three times. The wiimiliu tun was driven in hy Sweeney. Saier drew n pass in tho sixteenth and I'holan sac rificed him to aecond. Bchulte went nllt, hilt Sweeney glnglgd tltlll Sah f scored. U H B 1 'hi .0 00 1 0 01 0 0 0 11 11 1 11 (I 1 1 11 1 St. I. 1 (i 11 11 11 0 1 0 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 1 11 Batteriea Robins, Perrltt ami Win go; Cheney, Pierce ami Breanahan, Anher. Two-base hits J. Miller, Wlngo, st. Louis; Good, Bchulte, Sweeney, Chicago, Three haaa bits Archer, Slmmerman, Chicago, Federal League. Baltimore, i.i.. May 29. Plttaburgh had an may victory over Baltimore yeaterday. I'amnitz kepi the in ga' attcred. B 11 E . . .0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 r. in 11 . ..00001010 02 0 Camnlta and Roberta; 1 'ordey. Tount and Jacklltsch, Buffalo, May '! Itullalo scored eaoagh runa off Beaton'a delivery to win from Brookjdn' here rooterday, Petgrg went in the sixth and that end ed the run ottlna. K II I Buffalo 0 1 0.1 0 3 00 07 1:1 1 Brooklyn 0110000002 r, 1 Battt 1 1 ' Ford ami Blair; Boa lug Peters ami Land. No oi bar at heduled, Exhibition Game. Rochester. N. Y.. May It, The Brooklyn Nationals won an exhibition Knme from the Rochester Inter natlonala in re yeaterda) 1 to 0. American Association. Columbua t; st Paul ; (ii Innings) Indianapolis i; Kansas Cltv 2. Loulavllle 2. Minneapolis ... Clei 1 mil .". ; m ii w gukoe . (l r. innings.) hits well a Ptoburgh ; taltlmore Batteries Cepyrifht Hnrt RchalTncr &. Marx Y OU may not march in the parade; but if you are one of the "by-standers" you want to be as well dressed as usual. There's no occasion when a gentleman can afford to look anything less than his best If you haven't been here to see what we have for you in new models of Spring suits and overcoats, it's about time you were getting around We have Hart Schaffner 8c Marx fine clothes here; the finest clothes made anywhere in the world; all the fabrics are all-wool; the tailoring is the best known; the style-designing is the work of experts. If you haven't seen the new fabrics, you ought to. New things from England and Scotland; the best from America; plaids, checks, stripes, plain weaves; serges, cheviots, tweeds, worsteds. The display of fine weaves is complete and interesting". See what we can do you at $25 lor and $30. Other prices $18 to $40 THE BOSTON STORE HECLA STREET : : LAURIUM