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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS aim There Tire No Special Priviledges for Father J ,1',1"r(V'l X Minus's A coV 7T1k P.VSSi 5S Coprrltfa 1911. t Tto McClure NrvtMipar uj at O-LTJ.lNrEj'T SiS ArAT,cs. ZTE"WS BOX'NRGow"SNoloDB'LA,, SPORTS . r SPEEDWAY RACE MAY BE LONGER Indianapolis Event Almost Certain to Be Changed Somewhat Chicago, June i - Plana for the In dianapolis speedway rapes for itlfi have iKPi yet been announced but the :i's.i nf th. .so who watched the rim - ning of the Mjmlle rat e Biturday, won by Rene Thomas, hi thai next year tin re nw) be a mdtcal departure. ll has been proposed that UM dis- i imc nf tin- rst ! iif doubled end thai Instead nf it bain .'.on miles raahc in '. , vvilh 1 1 1 - start at 4 o'clock in the morning- Sunn- mm i proposition was made last year, bul it did not need With favor, and it is Ivelioved that the Mm torn will UstSS tn ii chair-tc "!' dis t am for lilft Bvss lit mile li lea long, it is thought, init the the oentury practice has been established so tirmiy bj four racee that it is thought it will remain tin1 standard distance fur several yearn mora, it taken coasldarable esrltorasnt i hoM the attention of the Bpectatora r more than six bourS, and, fortU iv for the pro mo tore, each r the . .-irs fur tin last few yean has been masked by gongs extraordinary lecture t ha St kept the interact eilve. There win he ooe Important i bangs made. hueraVStj and that will lie in the las "f the Motors permitted Origins! I.V the traall was IN inches and llar rosjl ami DaWSOO won tinder that classification, lnst year it was cut to IM inches and under this Coux and Thomas scored Victories Nov the management is convinced thai this (an be reduced still more and so ins alrnocl certstn thsl next year iie piatos fllsplaccBwnt limit erlll be put at aoo Inrhee. ANNOUNCES DATES FOR RACES Varderbilt Cup Rnr.e to Be Held at Fr.sco Feb. 22. San Krnm-lsco. June 4. - Dates tor the big automo!io raosg to he held Real ear iii coansctloe with the Pansfga I'miflo exposition were announced to day. The Vanderblli cup race will be Mm on the exposition grounds Peb. 'lie Qrand I'r,:., .Match 7 and the I'an-una-l'ai ill,' ( up race Match 1 t. in addition to these contests, u is planned to hold a road race from New Yuri to San 1'ruiuisco, the Ion-est ever Uornpted. The course would be over Iho Lincoln highway, with the Hnitdi : ihe exposition grounds r 44The Woman of the House" Upon her often faila a heavy burden the doily routine of houoework, tho care of children, the shopping, the social duties. Small wonder that she often sus tain? "breakdown" and must reeslvi medical i'ssi3tance. Such a result mny bo avoided by tho modorctc uso of Calumet Beer When fatigued, the housewife w II find thrt a glass furnishes is: tho required stimulant. BotS tonic and nourishment, it will lift her over many a crisis when she has exceeded the limits of her ord.nary endurance. CALUMET BREWING CO. PHONE 274. CALUMET L BASEBALL 1 NO DOPE RUNS TRUE IN SPORT J Contmofd From Paoe Three. Archer; Harmon, Kaatlebner, OToole and Clbson, KafoTS, Tvo-base hit An her, Chicago, Cincinnati, June I St, Louie batted Clnolnnstl pitchers bsrd yeeterds) ami won. Bailee for si. Louli pitched food ball, keeping the !i Is well scattered except in the two innlngf when Cln cltmatl ecored it tuns, i n B St. Louis ii :: ii a ii a o ii :! -. fj i Clnclaaatl vieatttd o o i Battatlee Bailee ami win-,..; Roar an. Adams and QoOSSlsS, ChUffc, Two base hits- NieholT. rider. I'incinnati. Three-base hltS Wll if. BUttCC, St. Louis. Home runs 9tngo, Si. Louis. Philadelphia, June . - I'hiladelphia easily defeated .New If ark here yester day. Demsree was knokoJ oil the rub ber in the third busing end Bcheuc was also hit hard, w hit' Schllpp, wli twirled the eighth, war also Ineffec tive, Alexander kept New York's hits scattered and made two singles and : double in four times up, ii 11 i New York . ... ooo on ii t .' n- t Philadelphia ..no ."i I Se 1 1 X It 11 1 Latteries I i inan e. S'hamr. BchUPP and IfeVere, McLean; Alexander am KUIifer, Two'baee hits - Puhari Alexander, Philadelphia, Home run - Luderue, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, .June 4, Rucker returned to the name after a week's absence and not only held BOOton sale but was a bit; factor in winning a victory over Brooklyn yeeterday, In the tifth he .-'lid two men with a triple to dee left. H II I Lost. hi I ii a ii a n ii J u ;! :i Brook 1) n I ft el o n a x - t; Latter i s Rudolph, Strand and Oowdy; Rucker und .Miller. Two-i.ast hits -Mar.inx iiie, iimviij, Boston Thraa-base hits -Rudolph, Boston smith, Rucker, Brooklya, Fede-l League Broohli ii. June . Wot the third time the league leadlne Laltunores ireeterdsi auccumbed t the Brooklyn! win, continued their heavy batting knocking W 1 1 helm end Conle) from the moiinii in six innings L h I i Baltimore Ste 1 to 1 1 i I irookl.vn o 1 l l .' o o x -lo 1 1 1 Bt, Louis. June 4. St. Louis tied tin score in tiie seventh, but Indianapolis more iii the ninth and I : II E ...oon o n ii i; a o ii I , ,4 o o a a j n I! !l Kaisi rliiiK. Moseley ami sccied throi w on. Si Louis . Indianapolis Ratters i Ruriden; Kcupper, Brown, Qroom Crendell ami Bimoa, Pittsburgh, June 4. Pittsburgh u fcated Buffslo yesterday. Camnlts al lowed six hits, most of them ill the sec ond innings it Luifalo o ;t o o o oo o o u ti : Pittsburgh I no o ii n x - 1 1 Kansas City, Mo., June t. Chicsgt on a II inniiiK tiltchers' duel from the lOCSj team c rdav. Ileiulrix kept the locals' hits well s altere d and tin game as won when his team ecore three runs behind 1 1 : til in the till - teenth, R n i Chic 1 o o ooo o l i o a .. - ."i i :t K.i' ii oo ii ii j ii a n ii n ii o - ii American Association. ColumbUB, -' : Indianapolis, 1. Cleveland i-. Loulerllle, II: II in hpsi . St. Paul, o. Kansas City, ". Minneapolis. 'J; Milwaukee, 4. BRITISH POLOISTS HERE. Flayers Non-Committal As Regards The Outlooks. Nee fork, June 1. Headed by Lord Wimb. i uc. tie British polo players' ar rived iii this i It to t ike part in the International mat' lies in thin city. The lenm Is mode up ot Maj. P, W. Itarrett. Ckpt, Leslie St. i'. t'heape. ('apt. M A. Tompkln son. Cspt, Vivian N. l.oekeit and John Traill, "We arc aSXkUt to boiln practlie an ;. i n as p. s.- lble nnd the prenent nr- i sngansi in bt for us to hart three pegs lic. naniev this week. f course We hope to win. ami our players, I think. win ecuull HieiiiBSlies creditably, pole is rather too shceftsln for predictions and we do not care lo say anythlnu as to teSJ outcome of the content." N.uie of 'he live pOlolBtl enreil to di;eus the efmlnp contest. All of them inquired about Ihe mskoup of the American team, and. anollk iolly. t'apt Chospe the Brltleh lineup erouM probably i"1 as follows: Tompedassa, ,, i cheeps. No. j Barrett, No ; and Traill, back. Uncertainty IsElement That Keeps Up Interest of Fans There is somsthlng iii sport that none ever has or ever erlll explain. and that is the QUOCr I urn of form. Iope out an athletic event, taking ev- ery sen Is into eonslderstton, draw your conclusions after careful deliberation, and then lay a bet the opposite way. Do this and you will cop eight times out of ten, lor there is Ho siuh tlllllK as a true ft recast in spirt, it h ast not J on the ;n stage, Before the SCaBOn opened no one con sidered the Tigers bad a chance for the pennant, Neither did anyone believe Chance had a Aral division dub in Now York. The American first division was to be composed of Philadelphia, Wash Ington, Boston and Chiosgo, with Washington finishing second. No) alone has Detroit fooled lie 111 and forced people to conclude that it is Detioit ami not Washington Hint I'hiladelphia must beat to land the Man, but Ni w York and St. Louis are also up there making trouble for the leader.". In the National Cincinnati hai been tin lutf esnsatlon; onn Buck Her sua, n man who served in a utility capiulty gndor John J. McGrsw, in New York, ha.- taken a club that was regarded as the worst in either hSJUJUO and Shoved It up mar the teas, Qottlag bash, to Detroit. When tiny Went east everybody expected to see New York stop the Timers, although every bod) admitted Jennings team would have an eaej time in Boston The Tigers mowed down tin- Yank; three in a M and then lost thfCC In a row to tl bee Led Box, In the National. New York stepped all over Pittsburgh, aad after erlnnin elghl straight games, IfcGrau Figured that his men would have an eaej tin in Cincinnati, but in that town the) wen- bumped berth : than any place ul the 0ircuR And the same i. instant upset of dopi reaches Into e er line of spoi l. A I Bsndwli h were four AStterli OSS of nop -Ouimet, Travels. V. us and Herte shoffi Of this quartette Trevors ami picked to outlast the Held. He was tin first of the four to be biateli, and ai American who outlasted the elltll'i quartette was Harold Webb of Toledo ., whom llo one liKtired ill the dope at all. MAMMOTH ATHLETIC CLUB. Chicago Organization With 7,iOG Men bers $1,0X0,000 Home. Chlcagq, June 4. t'llii ae,. v.ill ia tin largest athletic club in th world w ith a millii n dollar building in I down-town district within .: year and a half provided th" present plugs out lined by its promoters work out uo- eeesfull) . The new orgsnlsatlon, wbici ia known as the htasonfc vthletl: elul and whose members art noy nuiking plans tor their elab rate home hill beer. Incorporated and tlir.-o hundred prominent Mnaona of thh city have enrolled, The pgn of the pr ano'cis to make the club the largest a World is t I bring the membership up t 7, too tho odd too repiuBcntlm the pw t barter memlirrs. There v. ld b no rit'l.tl i li mited with th club, but members win Bt limited to djeje In I .; 'dSsoai in H I stsndlng. RITCHIE AND WHITE AGAIN. Chicago, June 4. As the result of a infeiafice yesterday between Cham pttn Willie Rlti hie and Tom Andrews. promoter ami matchmaker for the Queenshury A. c. of Milwaukee, Rlt hie tentativels agreed to meet Chaeley White in a ten-round bout on Labor lay. The Milwaukee promote! has decided not to etage any mere boutfl during the summer, but he thinks n return match helwc n White and Ft i t hie will be nn attractive affair. If neither Is beaten before Labor ia N its Lewis ni.iiii i r i,i' white, accepted i he pro moter's terma ami Ritchie said be would re tdicus a ihlinite BHSWOI bgfore he sailed foi- London on Satur day to defend his title n i Inei Pi rddle t v tt4ddj v AUTO CRAZE BLAMED v FOR NAPS' SHOWING. v 'levelaml, June i. The auio gsnhlle craze is blsmed for the poor ihoariag of the Cleveland I' Naps, the Aasertoar lall-enders, in u .-.port page editorial in a o cal paper today. bpCJ king of I Rrrmlnghum'e men, Ii .- iys; I- "They drive to the baseball di paik in automobiles. Irive home v in them ami spend their -pare time touring the etftHM . WltCn tho unto gyres Infected ths V Naps, the club btejSfl I" I'JM ds J slfeetlveneee That ere last y ear. The ra.e spread nvery J player secured a car and the ! team begag to go back." ! ! ! v MACK DIPLOMATIC MANAGER. Builds Up Confidence of His Players at Crisis. In the June Amor., an ItUgaslne "Eddie" Colllagj tho wonderful second baseman of the Philadelphia Athletics, writes an article entitled "Connie Mack and Ills Mnckmcn," in which he tells many inside facts gud Stories about the great I'hiladelphia baseball mag nate. He says that Mack never tears down and always buiius up, and that he is ingenious In hi: methods of in- spiring confidence in ids mew. The following story taken from the article illustrate this point: "There conies to me an Incident when he built Mclnhls's confidence wonderfully, when 'Stuffy4 area still doing bench duty. In a uame against Chlcsgo, a critical situation eras loom inn ap III the sight!) inning the SCON was I to 4 Bgjahlsl . After two were out, Larry elngled and Lapp came to bat. By tills tinie Mack was beginning to Bdsjoi ami equtrm uneaetl) in hie seal, eometnlng he always does when the crisis of a gsme aeecne about u hraet. i heard ii. i ri Davis, who esi then captain, gg ! "'Connie: Are yog Koln to lei bat r "Davis had mentioned the pi: her, notoriously ercak b iter, i saw Mcln nta aratchlag Ma.:, out of the corner of his eye. ti ouggstejr trembled eagerly, hoping for chance to go to be! in the pirn h. and I think Mack saw him too. for Ii'- . aid to Davis rath er loudly: "'You know verj well who is going to hit if Lapp cci on. Th re's i a!) one man I'd put up h'." "Dav is inclined Ii head toward M ' Innls and Min k nodded, Mclnnlg BSS all tliis. as Msck meant he should. Bubaequently Lapp smashed oui a two base hit, putting Barry on third and MdanlS, told to gO lo hat. 111: bed oof Iresg tin dugout swelling with coad dsaee, He bad heard Mack as much is say tin re wa: n i other OHM on the team lie wmld trust in this pinch but me. Mi liinis at that moment poai - id overwhelm inn reifconfldence. a m. oni nl later In urOVC out th - hit thill won the garoe Mu k'e little bit of dip- lomacy had met I :i niei ess." TRACK SEASON IS ENDED. Michigan To Lose Big Point Winners by Gt a Juation. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jnm I With tip running of the tag) event :n the Rasi ern Uitarcollsglate Mlchigan'a 1114 trio k geason closed ofRclaHy, Tin mem bar a of Hi' team which Captured third gelCC in tin eastern cktSSIc an back In Ann Arbor, and have broken training. The team will rivet us n unit for the las! i nie .! ring t tic week, It Is expected) when the annual picture grill be taken ami nOXl year's . aptaln elect ed. only two of Hi" mi n who captured places Saturday uTO expected to lie in College next year, as rJOtHI, who won the ltd yard dash, Baeagrd gfha v w the L'.'o, Jgngetl Who tpak third In the guarterji gjul K hler( who won the hemmei throw nnfl placed in the ah of put. are "nil eenlora. Smith, who took fifth In the 100. and Second in the tit, is a sophbrhore, while Ferris, who eap tureil fifth in th broad jump, l .i Jun ior, it is IxpJected that the raptalnc) will lie bete sen these two men. N. R. BIANCH1 WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our apecialty Copptr Queen high grade whiskey. CALUMET, MICH. Phone 549 612 Oak 8t. BOXING DRAWS SMALL CROWDS Big Fights Recently Have Failed to Interest Ring Fans Bummer breesee do not tend to "puck 'em in" at the bogtttg ciubo of the country. That tbsguassd ervesa net for a tune in some parts bai DOW to Ughl te entl) . Champion Kit. hie, whose bi ast It was thai promoters never failed to make kale when he was one of Hie ar- guasontatora, dree only It4too with Charte) white ut Milwaukee lesl week, It was a title battle, too. though m.t heavy With the Interest that pulls pet ronsge to the ringside. Two months previous! Ritchie sad Bohjasl play ed io the biggest house ever recorded in a ten-round BOdccleion contest in this ci uatyy, Friday nlghl Proddte We'sh. who is matched Willi the chSOipion of bli class lor .i titular i ngSgemenl in Lon don In June, was to have boxed Johnnj Dundee at U liner Pack, jict outelde New York. The shoe was ...lied ofl in cause the attendance didn't repre sent tl.e vua rant ties that had been promised the boxers Weleh and Dun de- should have been a big affair, f"f : TO PLAY FOOTBALL v GAME ON JUNE 13. : CMeago, in., June 4.-a real football battle, luit with the v mil "'lets of only six minutes' duration, will in- gtagssj on : Btagg ti. id, Cglvereity of rid- eago, on June Li, it was an- nounced today. The opposing t teama w ill be picked from CeaCB Btaggi ainrlsg practice equad ! The anie will be the feature of I' the annual interscholast lc meet under the university's auspices. . v '? e : t v I both have enough of a reputation '" attest t the pubUe. Three weeks or so age in Bselge Joe Man-lot and .l.-lony tJritlltiis were ... ha,e luffed for tea rounds. Promote! John Wagner bed to can off the mill at the las' moment because he w .. unable to gel Mended to come down an th tsraatee be bad originally agreed to take. Tie sal Bstlc undertakings that are likely to get the crowds during the hot -lays that are to come the Walsh-ILl-. 1 : ge in London June 30, the Moian Johnaon title fight in Paris June 'X and th-. Qunbosi Smith Qeorgea Csrpsatier battle in London early in June. Luless lilb'oi us and Mcl'arland tire I ked up of Bill Murray anil (Lli- bone, dd Hoy pan can't be Induced to pay out his money t swelt-r In the heal of Hi" boxing clubs and take a chance besides on petting the worth of hii 'esgles." MANUAL LABOR IS BAR. pOr-rsmen Who Work Barred From British Henley. Philadelphia, I'a.. Jure 4. - No oars.- msn who has ever baas sngsgsd in manual labor for proftt, who is or has been by trade ,,t- employ gMM f-r waKeti a nccbsnic, artlenn or hthoreg or ea gaged in any imni.il duty, will be per mitted to row in tin- Ilea hp royal rs f-atta. This was made known lure to da when Clement B Wood of the American Rowing association made public the sgreeseeat betwoeo tin- Bng isg ami American organ isstlons. 'i he, sntiiae of ihe crews win be ae- opted by the British committee if the ClSb lenities that OSCh athlete Is an amateur under the rules laid down in ihe agraement, These are sxcssdlngly stri-1 ami Bnsl) drawn. Under 'be sgl esaisill Harvard has forwarded the entry -.f it.v second crew tor the Onusd Challenge race, The CalOS Bout club of RoetOn has entered its eight -oarad crew for the same rasa ami three ecu hem for tin Basageml sculls. VAN ITE LOSES SECOND RACE. Rye, N. Y.. June 4. -The ya h! ReSO !ut-.. OWnsd l-v the Flag OdlUMS1 Sv ti ll; cats "f tin- New York Yacht i lub. defeated Alexander s. CocbrsnB sloop Vsnite yeeterday afternoon in the sec ond race on Long Island Sound pre liminary to the si lection of the Amort l a's i no defender by -i minutes, gee onds The Vanlte won Tueaday'e rsoe. Pee Dk Era It's Lay io. c Lol oi ii You couk1 lokc or chew PEE b hodful and getenougL ii : E v. low and rich and pleacing. Lay ir. a supplv cf i& today; Keep some at home and some on the job, and it will hold ycu steady us a spirit-level trues a wall. M Long Cut "tobacco is the one perfect tobacco for tho cturdy man who likes his tobacco rich, full-bodied and satisfy ing. Made of pure Southern Kentucky leaf, aged carefully for three to five years so as to bring out all its natural flavor and sweetness. This is what makes PEERLESS always the same: It doesn't depend upon one season's crop, like many tobaccos. We have several seasons crops always stored away. And that's why a PEERLESS user never bothers experimenting with other brands. He knows the old reliable PEERLESS never varies it s the one tobacco that always satisfies him. Take PEER LESS on the job for a week s try-out after that you'll always carry PEERLESS in your jeans. Sold everywhere in 5c packages. Other sizes, 10c, 20c end 40c Packages, and 45c Tin Pails. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY The) Amsrisi Toggcce lev. Barrens 1 PEERLESS lessees !"JfWIII'JJJjillB eBJBSBgl J Welsh on June 30.