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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SEVEN DOINGS OP THE VAN LOONS s; a Father Shouldn't Have Gone to the Doctor's Dressed Like a Plutocrat f I HKlh. 70 ATTfwn T CKPTlUN im o.,. ' BF 'Nq; Sic ftu ' ,i B 0NQ I'M 4o,NC TO n iV ML i Ak HE C iR jt e. , I (' nkusai-oa in l - I 1 T'riT'iTrT 7 : I 7 : i , ' JJ ,IWC uUIvl .M.D " T mji . I WVvtf N L AT tN I I vr'u. ai Al'l'l i I I f- ' 1 M " KK 1 k 1 I .AM'-I U.A.T ' .1 ' 0Wt- ""L H Ml Ml J , .vUi! tlj A.ILC WAV ; r i mv left . i i u ocwt . (tj nn v-tmoucws 'ir - ami i;.Mtru n, " V 7 20AKUM. ' 'VTr VOULL BE- A-t NT X"JJJ. P , J S T iLtTipv HAVT A r Of 1 Uvvj A l LUW I W firWLr (,CHT V To- -r-T YOU NbED "H P0cTt,R TmM r-ATi&MM AND rdONTHi PMfeN MAL 1 , " 1 l r1r,( IH b Tl. M.' lure S.w.Iiall,r S.n llcn. CALUMET tilNtSt It AM SHOWS UP WELL ic nil ri iif-i iin ui a v - : Games on Tour of U. S. BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. CRICKET, TRACK AND FIELD AND AQUATICS. BOXING, WRESTLING, ROWING, AUTOMOBILE RACING AND TENMS. ( i. - I hl 0M7 OTAPP X, , fork, Juno 17. TlM l;iy of the fi,,!t iimvt rmiy na.soiKiii K-ani "i Mnii. iniu in a wn-ai rarpriM i ronow- Im ... . i, m. tm lacoru r i in- on ui" the OMmm ipaaki louder k i. v ivniiis nr 1 1 r;i i sik in i nii Mr- tif. Tiic ifim srHvcd In tills oevntrj lth' latter part if Fbruari im ilnce hvlvlna havfl nlavcil nix! - fnur hihm Kail parti of th- United states. r H itventcen ami ttM ii. .1 record of nKn an) luninwn uii''k' icam mui t fl PTOttA On tha tram are seveial playon of eaptlunal ability, and during the ear ly jtprinu uiiilr plnyiai In the middle ': i iroota ffuni tin American aaao riaii'ti made ofMhi for some of the Mayert, ml all hnvo ngteed nol to pla) I . i . ; - lional ball. Kn Sue, who play I tentir Held, hM a record of playinf t ' tltlve seasons without an r- T!.. Tj Cobb of the teem la Kan Yin, lattutr ratchet, erho pleyi third bnee Whni In is not cati hin-'. Tlie St. Paul i him i Hl nilil oHfr-io V'in kir riuiks. which he refused. He is a i.nvy liittcr, a- daring and fast base Miner, and on third leohi like the aenl mi . n on a i olleite team .n e t the late A I Itorfce. Tliere re rourtaam olayeri with tlie learn, of whom four are pitchers, There arc f.o i.itciierx. Foster, one :' the I'' i the heavy hitter of the dtth nr.il playi left field whin no! in the b:. Akana, the Srsl baseman and featain of the team, la anothei atat, end doei not look Mllke Stuff) Mcln- N in the way he covers the Ii.ik. At: Milng pari of the plaj is thai thai pi'ki.i up the nw themselvea and ! t had eoa h. Thej ire familiar With ail the com mnii baseball expressions, ami iien "n tin r-nschlni lines perform ell the rSRUIar atuntf drn' by hi; league play ! Pari of the time they eoecli I he hun i : ner in Bngltih. but In the heat af the excitement turn to their native h to express then- deairea. The threat f the ghlpetbaa to send Hummel to Ifewarii muai have t i. ponaible for the veterans pree I briiiiani etentliiff. John prefers to " ball in thin country where he un ' 1 1 is t he language. A Square Deal That is what you get in every glass of Calumet Beer Our Beer ia lioneetly made. 'hat means careful brewing. Purity of ingredients, gleanli Rets, praper aging. Ws do not aacnfice any of theaa essentials to save expense That would be a short sighted Policy, The quality of our beer must a"d will be maintained. You get the full val ue of your money in every glass of Calu met Beer you buy. It healthful, nourish ing and satisfying. Send for a trial case today. CALUMET BREWING GO. pHONE 274. CALUMET Continued trom Second Page. J tWO OUt Pen It) enil. i the name liy HtriLinu QUI Bums, a pinch hitler. R II R St. Louis u it i f 9 i n a - 4 Philadelphia f t fl u g i Batteries Cavet sad Inyder; Mayer. Marshall end Kllitfer, Twohaah hits ' Msgee, Cat her, gnjrder, si. Louis. Home run Luderue, Philsdelphia. Brooklyn, June IT.- t'im innuti de- ratted Brooklyn her., yaeterday, 'iarke knot k. i a home ruB to center in the eighth, put the ball over the Hutu hah) wall With ii hull' on second Umpire Quigley refused t., net oul of Smith's line of vision while Smith was batting in the third and Paubart who argued with Qulglei In smith's behalf. was put out Of the Kami R a 7 a ii 4 Aims and f. ii B ! I I 2 and i. Mil- iVheat hit Wheat, Isrke, Bates Mill. 'im Innatl "at 1 as Brook I) n 4 ii ii mi H Batteries riaglina Clarke; Alien. Reulbach lev. Two-base hits Brooklj n. 'I'htei baas Brooklyn. Home runs Cincinnati, New York. June IT - New York even ed the aeriea with Pittsburgh bj win "n : yeatevday'i gages, it was Tea n ail's set end .shutout OVOT Pittsburgh this aeaaon Meyers was hit on tha ankle b) a foul tip in the tilth and re tired. R II I I'ittKburRh . . . .immhi a c o a a a :, New Ygrk Ukftttlig u 7 Batteries Haraabn sad Ginsoa; Tea reau and Meyers, McLean. Tarn ha as hit Mowrey, Pittsburgh Home run Robertson, New T rk. Nation.il League. Indianapolis, .Tune IT. FSIhSBberg held Buffalo safe after the liist ami In- dlanapolla won here Kechine'a batting waa Ik ,1 a a ii a a a cst. rday feature. K II C i t t I fluff a lo . . Indianapolis ...I II 199 0 x 4 H I llaileries - Anderson. Crown and Blair; Vnlkenbenj ami Rariden, Kansas City, Mo.. June IT. The lu eals were hit! inn pesterda) and as a result won two names from Baltimore. First name R H Baltimore i 1 '- I Kansas City . .3 1 7 lie 1 x M H i Batterlea Buss a, Rldgeway, Conic) and Boucher, Jai klitsch; Packard and Baateriy, Second game R H B Baltimore i i !( :i I I Kansas City . 98 1 1 2 X s :; Batterlea Bmlth and Jacklltsch; CUliop, Stone ami BasteTly, Chicago, June it. Pittsburgh and Chicago sack atsged g rah) la the tenth laataa of jestertksy'a gaasai but the tot tned scored tkrev runa t the tatters two In the extra round and won the name, a three-base hit by Oakea v.. is the deciding factor. R H K plttsburgk ...tttgttiftt i II I Chicago a H a o o i 9fl l .' - :' I I Battarlea Dickson and Berry; Wat sun and Wilson. si. Louts, June it. -steering atghl runs IB the twelfth three mote than It (4 the eleventh previous InBlUg, . ii i .-i in won froai Brooklyn here lerday. The rialtors gained seven in the Anal toning, also iccelllnf unirregate they had made up to then. '': Brooklyn. tttttittIr"M 11 3 Bl Loula. :: imiMMMi n j im s - i:r 19 I American Association. Kansas Cit. :t: ColUmbUS, I, Milwaukee. Ii Cleveland, I-'. kflBBeapolht. I; ladlanapolls, si. Paul, UeuktvlBe, : imi'i. Ht. Paul. ItS Louisville, hud the run the (tlrst , . olid lllle). FINLAND IS FORCED OUT OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES. Prta June 11 WnMnd was wtaml Bfj tha Olympic may rodsjf when the latevnatkooal Olympic rongreai adopt, ad the Oermsn definition of y. ,. r.ai.r thti deflnlthm Hft- land vanno. SBtSI us I """he opnuon was gmessii bV s.aoc ,r ,he delegates thai Hnhmd was Hke Jtthsrae trtlr, m J. e,mes mtber than eornpet " - . The delegstfa trom tha Bum an (lag. ' . ,.,.,!, ';.iijt((, BUI- abeVshasi rtasl ting on the iB99tlB gfoiah-Tommv Mi.r.h ,,! Je,ied for s.,n . gaMHk kna bees deehwed COLLEGE STAR Services Much Sought After by the Professional Teams New York, June IT. i'niversity football piaysrs who an- eeemMerlng accept ing offers to k into otganhwd baas ball maj read with profit the rec ord of a Yale player, whose class wai above mosi of the college hall tosaera oi today, as it was of his day Aloaso Btagg. Rven when Ktagg was playing with Kxeter his achlevementa as a pitcher attracted offers from profes sional nines, ami later when be occu pied the mound for Yale these In n is- ed In number and In sums involved, line was 1,94 a month to the end of the season of iv7 with the Metropoli tans nf New fork. Overture! were made from the manuKers of six Na tional league clubs, Including tha New York (Slams and Pittsburgh, which was prepared to offer ,aeg season for his BOrVlCOO, BtSgg simply thought his duty lay in other Ileitis. In the fall oi his freshman year he pitched his I Isaawalea to vic tory against the aophomerea, and followlni the Harvard freehmaB gnroe was taken on the varsity nine, where he played third ha.se, goiuK to the lux the fallow ing season. For the five ve.ns that Btaea. was the loading pitcher, Tale won the Intercollegiate ebampisnahip Ills hardest year was in I US, When captain. The i ritieal name of the sea son was ggalnst Harvard. Yale won, I to ii. On the following Tuesday Yale Was called upon lo meet the CTlUMOU in the play-off of the tie. Sta had pitched himself oul Ui the previeua game. His arm was "dead" sad he wai compelled to resort to an underhand delivery. Seventeen Harvard hatsmeti went out by the aerial nunc against his underhand i urvee, and Tate won the name and the title. ' to I, His gresteei strikeout real was recorded earlier in the same season, when tweii- t Princeton lens wire let down en strikes. FINE ATHLETIC GROUNDS. Germany Now Has One of Finest Plants In World. Merlin. June it. The growing Inter net In athlftic sports in Uermeny finds fresh illustration in the opening hy the Breperor on Maj 's of aa extenatve Held for apotta to be need aolet) bj the 1 4, 90 students of Berlin Univer sity, the Charloitenbura Technical Cnlvernrty, and the other educational institutions . f Merlin. The Kmperor and the Kmprcss attended the dedica tion. UUd ihg PTUaSisn .Minister of BSdu cation and Public Worship delivered the principal address. He described the rapid iroWth of interest in alh letlcg among Herman students, which be attributed to tha impulse given by the Kmperor himself. A ureal l haliRe. he said, hud come over the students: sports and games walkinu and rOWlM had become universal. The grounds, he added, had been Riven hv I he Prus sian stale, Whtl h also hore the i pense of o tearing them and erectlBi the ne resanry houses. The grounds are in lbs fJrunewald, the large forest lying half an hour's ride to the vv st of Mer- U. S. ATHLETES ABROAD. Will Enter British Championship Events on July 4. New York. June IT. Ne.ulv a toneU leading Ameriean all. hies have ra reived International permits from tha Amateur Athletic union to . ompeic in the Ml.tish Held and track ChUUtplott- ahlpa at Btamford Bridge Oround, Lon don, njggfiand, Jul) 4- The list Includes ipinllxru nrlntera. middle and Ioiik aiatsnce runners, leaveaanilng leadiaa . luhs und cidSeRe ill the t'niled States. The New York delegation of ulhletes have arranged to sail for Southampton aeai ttMnj sad it is tapeeted the) will arrive in London in time is fulfill their respective enaReinentn. Latci .. sev eral of them intend to take part In con tents In Ireland. Scotland ami on the . ontlnent. V CUP YACHTS TUNING UP IN DRYDOCKS NO RACES THIS WEEK. AMERICANS LOSE THE POLO CHAMPIONSHIP TO ENGLAND 4 44 44 4444 New York, June 17. The tuning lip of the cup dsfenae feschta Definnce, Resolute and Vanitie durina tha pres ent week will he confined in individual work, aa no more raeea are to he held until the boats meet In the sound on June 2?,. The Resolute win be overhauled al Bristol and mav return to her original double-head sail ii gRffoogh her suc cess in defeating the Vialtle in tive out sev en conteata would seem to prove the effectiveneea of the ihagle jib. Those mi hoard the Vunltle are con fldent of her ability to defeat the Re- solute, although it is general!) admit ted in yachting circles that the Rag olllcer's yachl is a faster bosl to wind ward than the CoChFhfl sim p. t'lose followers i.t the sport are also agreed that the Vanities can outrouch the Resolute. Until the Deflngjge has passed through the experimental stage her ability will remain an unknown quan tity. Her designer, Qgor e Owen, and in r awnagjera, Qeorgi m. Pynchon and B, Walter 'I n k. are BOnfldenl f her sin i css as soon as the ri':iu balance in the rig has heen found. Pen nock Wyckoff and Plank of the Athletics stand one-1 w o-1 hrec in the American league pitchers' sveragea. Pat i ) k fe, the BBgitsk scrapper who based i" A merlon some years ago, has railed off his mutch with YoiiHK . henrn, the Broohlyn Bgkter who is aon in Baglaad CHALLENGERS WIN SECOND CON TEST AFTER THRILLING PLAY BY CLOSE SCORE. Meadowbl k t'luh, Westhury. Long Island. June IT.- The international poio cup, emblematic of the world'a championship, will toss th an aK.iin. having heen won here yesferda) afternoon hy the Knlish team in the second game of the series )y a score of to fit. Although the American defenders nuule a desperate last ditch stand they were not quite equal to winning ami thus forcing the challengers into third ami deciding contest. The Americana1 thrilling rushes, both individually and us a team, in the los ing minutes of the struggle aroused the 19,999 spectators to a fren.v, however. am! no previous international polo Btruggle ever closed under such tense conditions The Americana lost the llrst contest last Satuiday, s'j to ::. After the vletor) waa cUnchsd the large Rnglisk contingent showed un usual enthusiasm. The BUCCOaaful players were lifted from their tared ponies ami carried shout the Bold. Af ter they had escaped to don blanket coats thS) were escorted to the club house i, a hin delegation of English men carrying small Union Jacks and here they were congratulated by hun- FOREIGN ATHLETES TO BE v PERMITTED TO COMPETE, v Li Ddon, June 1 T. At a recent tin ettng of i be txford anlver- alt) athletic eonMntttse the . mmittee v irtually rescinded the adoaakma adopted in Ma v ember which aafluited from competition the aseaabora af foreign universities from tresh- mens sports ami substituted the simple rub- thai in freshmen's sports nobody (shall he permit- ted to i ompeic who has rea- sad .'a rears of ago : : : : : : : .inds of Bhgilah and American polo Snthusinata, The rival players erete toasted out of tie ehallenae cup ami Lord Wim i n behalf oi the Hurling ham i lul'. said that he imped thai the Amer icans would challenge for the trophy in 91l and raid that If they came to Bm land be i oUtd assure them of the same warm welcome and display at aportatnanahlp and courtesy thai had marked the ESnglish team's reception ami stay In this c untry, The Beaton Braveg are Brat la nefal inaj and lasi in halting, aeeesdhsg to the National lea gun averages, Rvi dently Rvera and Mnrnnvllbj are doing the nstdlng for the Brnvee, while Muk Perdue takes tare of the haft HUT SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Coveleekle, the Detnetl ninaer, ap peara to be the only pMeher In either the American of KUtiUUBj leagues who an bit. i ritx. Ma I as I of the Tangoed is niviriR Clyde Milan, the Washington star, unite a liissle for the base stealing 1 1 ui t he A seer! as leagmo. fiurk QrtffUh'e Washington Banatoes had the American league pennant wrapped Up nicely, and then the Brawns cut the string. Tweiitv-tv.ii men in the National 1-iRiir are mil ;na for 300 or bettel . iv bile the American league run hIihw onl a dozen batsmen in the .SOD class. Benny Ksuff, formerly with the Yhii keea and chasspion batter af the Kast- ern eSHoiiath n last year, is now lead ing the federal leafiue batsmen. lr Is R'orklng for Mill PhllUns at lndianap- Ollgj The St. Louis Cardinals have pur- haaed Second Bnaeasan Bafsad af the Columbia S. '.) team. Hetzel will report to the Car da at the ahaas af hat South Atlantic leegrae season. Umpire Rlgler is out with a nice boost for Charley Haraeg, manager ad the C lac Innatl Rede, Rlgler says that v'harlev uses the best judRment In workitiR pitchers be ever saw a un4 managsr display. Charley white, the conqueror of Wit he Kit. hie. :s doing a boxltiR act on tbo vaudeville BtagO. HaiT) Btone tind Johnny Summers will box in lmdon June , the same nluht that M.mibardler Wells and Cethe Bell meet. DOC Bairy says: "Sweets have led the first division in every league for years. There's nothing like Sweet Caporal for real tobacco flavor. 1 1 wnstyy.: l I VKI II 'f l CIGARETTES That sweet, satisfying, pure to bacco flavor of Sweet Caporal has won the praise of millions of smokers each year, since first introduced over 40 years ago. Today, this same Sweet Cap oral flavor gives unequaled enjoy ment to particular smokers in every part of the world. Does this mean anything to you? ajte i X TBtmSki THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANT . 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