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VVEDDN FSDAY, JUNE 24 1814.
DOINGS OF MACK SECURES REDSKIN STARS Signs Two Brothers, Pitcher and Catcher, For Athletics Thr Philadelphia baaobell public can boa si of three world's pennants a llOO.tgt inilehl, a Connie Muck and a White elephant, and in the near future, it' plans lo not go awry i they Will he able to add to their hall of fame that moll unusual attraction an Indian bri i her batter) . Indian pitchers, catchers and fielders have starred In the bl show, inn few fl MoWOfU of any class le.i' ue havi . Ml the harden of the battery work ca triad mi the shoulders of the two eopefula of an Indian family. The managers who could stari a najor league name with Chief Bandar on the mound and Chief Myers hack of Hi- I'late would stage a show which Would at line i nation-wide attention I rise of the Indian battery. Both men have proved wonderful drawing cards throughout the country, their blood heritage proving as great an .. 1 1 ruct ion as their ability on the SJBBAOad) It la practically an impossibility to. Place thla pair of famous red men bri I In' same team, so Connie llach has uui e tin- next beat thtgffi captured two brothers, members of the banie tribe Which bOMta of Mender, and when the youngstera are ripe tor big league work they may he Sgpoctcd tu mike their initial bow- to the puhMf of the Quaker City. .lee and John tlraves, sons of Voter fi raVCB, a clerk in tb Indian ofSot otl the l.eech Lake reservation. M i n neso t i. are the two promising lads who may some day appear in AtbietU' uni forms as the defensive bulwark ngUlUOl Ihe attack of .other Air.erhnn league Little Chief Joe has already made his bow in the chief of tin' Mciiillictid- d) clan, hut John, tin' receiving end ( f ihe Chippawa buttery, has not as yet passed under the lean leader's critical rye, Eila abilities have been highly re lommcndadi however, and his signa ture wiii probably be decorating a Ma k contract within a short time. Johnny QaTJant'i reeenl defeat at Ihe hands of Johnny Dundee was the Hi i serious set bach he has had liace h i ntered the game. Kid" Williams, the new bantam w ight champion, la golna across the pond to take a Ring at the talent in 1 nglarid and France. -the great val ue of beer is acknowleged. people generally now admit that l.-.ger beer is really a moot valuable beverage. modern brewing methods, re sulting m s better product, s milder boir and one that hat re ceived the unqualified endorse ment of the medical profession, are responsible tho bottling of the product brought tho beverage right into iHe home, where it has been tried and tested and found good. but people want the best when they buy beer. They want to be sure of its purity. Calumet beer is the purest obtainable snd you should tske no substitute. CALUMET BREWING GO. HHONE 274. CALUMET r . NEKVousN&Ts' SURE To dORF'1 T itAN LAVI TIME VovK CHEEKS THAT I AE I J" HtADACHET ' V 1 -V IwEKEiN.' I KNEW tPE- NotNca J MV HUSBAND T K,Bfc. U " - Lu i r-SJ Leading Events In the World of Sports rBN,,l THE VAN LOOMS baseball! J STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. American League. W. L I'cL Phlaldelphia y sj ,r.n Betroil ;tt; 27 .:7i it Louis ;p. h j4j Washington j jgj Boston :-9 .roo Chicago t 3i .47- Xew York g ,37 7 Cleveland ;tc Jg National League. W. L. let New York U i! ,r,j7 Cincinnati :ti j; ,r,ii M. LouJa ai sj Ptttaburgb i'7 ,ag Chicago :s N .ts:'. Philadelphia ;'4 :s .40.' Mrooklyn H 'S .4'l D apt eg & av Federal League. W. L Pel. Indiana pot is 33 :M .5sy Chloago :i t,y DaHlmote MJ L'.'i JIJ Buffalo -.' Jfi M KansaH City 3J .ti7 Pittaburgh .4113 aroohlya :':t -it .44:' i t. Lotttl 30 .4111 TODAY'S GAMES. Amcicin League. Detroit at CMcagOi Cleveland at St. 1.0ms. Boa ton ( New York. Philadelphia at Washington. National League. cw fork tit Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia, si. Lotttl at Plttaburga. Chicago at Cincinnati. Federal League. Chicago ai St. Louis. Kansas t'ity at Indianapolis. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Detroit, June 14 Cleveland and De troit played a poatponed name here yesterday ami by heavy hitting in the early Innings the Naps won. The hat- ting of Righl Fielder v I, with tout ails out of Ihe times at hat. was .1 feature. L H E Clevehtltd .'".'01 Iff I 1 r,troit DU 0 000 3 1 0 4 10 -' Battorlee M ltcheT Blandlng ami O'Neill; Datum, .Main, Cave! and Stan- age. Baker. Two-base bite Crawford (j), i.ush. Detroit. Three-baae htt Let bold, Cleveland. No others scheduled. National League. Brooklyn, June 4. Rocker pt had ne of his Invincible e.ames yesterday ;.nd downed Pittaburgh in a battle with Cooper, who, barring the first Inning, wis equally effective. Both sides fielded Sharp! and the came was clayed in 7." ininutef. R 1' I Pittsburgh .. " 1 "-' 6 0 Brooklyn 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 x .' 1 Batteries - Cooper and CHeeoni RUCker and .Miller. Two-base hit Konetchy, Plttrtrurgh. Three-baaa hit 'Wain Pittaburgh Phitadolphle, J""'1 M. St. Inls won yerterday'e ro1"0 l,v hnocWbjg BJgey ore the rubber in the third, Ja cobs, Who lUOCCeded Rixey. (lid ox rriient work, hut Bteele, who took fnwn1 place with Ihe bases Idled BR4 (,ni. ettt In the second, held the lo , .,n in ( bach until the eighth. n ri b it vm I ! PMfadetphhi ,.118400 JT1 11 J Hat.eri.s Haucm,,. ''.' Pnyder; Rlaey, ' and Wilier. 1 iiiiBKins. lol.m. Steele Two-baSe hi.:' numrn"! g LOUIS; InMn.Hiil.oleH.hh, Three- bgM bit -Putkert, PhUadetjjdJJa, No nihers schedul.il r.dnrl Le.ique. CMaago, Jone 4.-Brrors hy s.au- ,,v aveil .he -V tot V.e- , .v ,,ve, CWcagn beta -steidny. a me,; h b, rlu-brd dr in -he 2 1 a m-er,on. n.rd and u v'm . Watawn, H i i i i i ENTRIES IN OLYMPIC MEET American Proposal For 12 Lost at international Congress Paris, June 4, The International Olympic coagreaa baa rejected a mo tion by Col, Robert M Thompson of New York to allow in 804 h track and Held event twelve entries and six con testants from each country. This was supported by all the American dele Kates and li Sweden. The other countries objected to the motion be ausc so larKe a number of entries and contestants would, they .said, be too expensive for Ihe smaller countries to maintain and send to the .iimes. Col, T bow peon urged that countries with huge populations ought to have more representatives in order to give them proportionally as great opportu nity ior competition. Nevertheless. the fall! I SSS oled favorably on the motion Of Franz Uei- chel of Prunes to limit each country In teams of six, four of them tu com pete and twu altemnU a. The congress accepted a proposal I Uev. Robert stuart de Courcy La (Can, chairman of the English delegation, that each SpOTi lie considered as a OOil in scorliiK and thut no trand award he made to a 'iumtiy lor a total SCOTS made up by taking all the fume to gether. Ii was represented that ill BTUVloUa )lj inpic gnmea there bad been diffl i uities and disputes ever the relative rating of spurts The now system "t scoring, it was pointed out, would al low a couatr) superior in one branch of sport lo receive an award for it. What has become uf the American league's heavy swatters? The Ameri can association ban II men batting for .300 or better, the adornl league has jo. the International league 18 and the National league 10, while I lie Hot .' imws onl) I Aim rlenn leaf imn among the .300 bitters. danger, the locals defeating Pittsburgh. The visitors' errors were costly. it It K Pittaburgh .. . .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 t; Kansas City ...UltOtettg !i Batteries Walker ami Barry; Adams and Kasterly. St. Louis, June 34. ril. I. mils rallied in Ihe Hixth and hit Wilhclm for BVO runs, tying yesterday's name tempor arily, In the next three ininns. how ever, KeUpper, who was sent in t" esMie the loOBjl from Italtinuu e' ; lugging of Davenport, nave the visit ors three more runs and Hie victory. R )i i: Baltlmofa It U -' St. Louta tddltde I .". 4 Baterles Pfllhelm Quinn ami Jack litsch; Davenport, Keupper ami Si mon. Indianapolis, June 34. Indianapolis hatted around in the llrst Inning yes terday ami Scored live runs. I'alken herK. on the mound fr the loculs, held Brooklyn sat. ami Indianapolis won its fourteenth straight victory. a n B Brooklyn .. . .otttl I . I tl I Indianapolis . S tf 1 1 1 1 lt 11 0 Batteriae Peterut Somners. Chap' site and Land. Watson; PUlketlberg ami Rarlden. Exhibition Games. Puliupie. Iowa, June l4.-Chlcaga i Vmerlcans), 1 1 1 Dubuque Three F.yo). 2. BaMimore, June 14 "Cincinnati (Na tionals), t: Baltimore (Internatien ' a Is), r,. Toledo. Ohio, June N. Chicago t .i t munis), s; Phlhidelphia (Anwrl canfl. 7. American Assoeiation. MllWUtlkee I; Louisville 3. Milwaukee 1; Louisville R. (Sc. nml irnmo. flnneopolli : Cleveland 4. MinfMapolli 7; Cleveland ... fjkm ond game.) Hi. Paul 0! rolumhns 17. St Paul Ii .'olumhus 4. (Second U'ume.) Kansas Htj Ii Indianapolis 6. College Baseball. Michigan 4: Pennsylvania o. Princclon 1; Yale 0. THE CALUMET NEWS Mother Should Have Been More Explicit in the First Place : FOREIGN STARS TO COMPETE AT 'FRISCO, v Paris, June !4j S' vera well known Ehiropean athleteu have been induced by Col. Robert m. I- Thompson and Jarie B. Sulli-I- van to enter tin- Contests to he held at the Panagin ilnrifir e- : poattlou at San FYanchicb! v I- Anion.', them are (!. I. Andre, an -I- Olympic runner; Bogota, a pule vaulter, ami fJJgajMU, a high 4) jumper from Prance; while v from Hungary are Karoly Boly mar, a high hurdler; Rosso I- rjiaki, a runnoFi end Kaudor Kovacs, a broad Jump' r. FORM BILLIARD LLAGUE. New York, June 34. A league COtt posed of arofaaalongl billierd players to lie known as tne Champion Billiard PtayerB league, bus been organised. The members are wiipe Hoppo, Calvin Demurest, Kojl yamnnda, Qeonte sios snn, ora MorningdttsTi Oeorge Button, Harry ('line, Albert Cutler ami Jake Bchaeffer, Jr. The Wagua w is organ ised with the purpose of muring the Country. The player.- will navel in teams and play in if) t itles. In addi tion to giving exhlbfUbna, eight cham pionship matches will be held. It is promised that the niutel.es will be played strictly on their merits, C 3 ssaf UC9 D : 47 CUP DEFENSE RACES MAY BE CALLED OFF. New York, June 4. From a yachts man who is in close touch with the ownerg of all three America's cup de fense yachts It was learned today thai b) mutual conoont of the owners ihe racea scheduled for these yachts on Julv 3 and 4 under the man .' ninr uf the American and the Lanhmont Yacht clubs, respectively, huve been rsnnollod. i. has been agioad, M was stated, that tUMMd lately after tie '' York Yio bt chma raoe off Olea Cove on July J, the RouolUtS will be tOWSd t.. Bristol. The pananra and Vauitie will ga to t'ity Island l" ba hauled out and i leaned, at the m mlai of July 4 i hoy will he put in the water iiK'uin. and to wed at on s to Newport i be ready for the important series of trial racea that is to he begin there July 7. It was found, il was ;aid. that il would he virtue By impossible for tho yachts lo race on JuH 3 and 4 and re ci ie a proper cleaning in ttma to ba read) for .he Newport races, because it retinites a lull day to tOOJ to dial port. Wyekiiff, the Athletics' sensational pitcher, Is now making good the claims i f Connie Mack. Cottnia baa held riwht along that the ysungelsr arould prove i !, a big league star if given time. Jack Lapp says: 94 When you We out of Sweets, you We minus the best cigarette a man can smoke. The real tobacco flavor of Sweet Caporal is immense. 9 For 40 years cigarette manu facturers have aimed to make cigarettes as good as Sweet Caporal. For 40 years Sweet Caporal quality has remained unchanged, unrivaled, unique. No other cigarette has ever duplicated the wonderful, pure, satisfying Sweet Caporal flavor. Does this mean anything to ? you THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY Jack Lapp, one of the brilliant of the World's Champion SPORTING GOSSIP FROM FAR AND NEAR. Tiie Chicago White Sox have signed Deloa Brown, a young Infkddea. BUI Bulllvaa, who discovered the young star, says he looks like a comer. Calvo, tats Cuban out flel o'er who eras released b the WushlnKton dub to I. us Angeles, has failed to make n l in the padnC coast league.' Jack Barry of the Athletics ami Shanks of Washington are tin ClUSf In the big yard when it coaufu . bun tine a runner home on the sgUUeOS play. Wananiaker. the crack l)artmoutli catcher, has another year in colleKc, si U is doubtful if he will accept the oil to alga with the New York American Nelson (Tie) Way, Yale' best bet on Hi. Bring line, hails from Mam hesti r. N. II. lie pietiared at Baetaf a . idem: . where kO made his letter in bnUObnU, football and track events. Hill Sweeney is still ;i big favorite in Boston. n his tirsi trip to the Huh as a member of the Chicago cubs. BnTa old admirers presented him with a SllVt r set and a massive SitVel si rvlug tray. Clsrsnnti Polksred the Browne, smo baa been leading the Anwrlcaii teag4 batsmen, came from 'he Kansas City American association team. The Brooms gave Compton, Brief, Allison and a sum of B)OUey, said tO he Jl.'i.OOtt to land Walher. young catchers Athletic CIGARETTES PAGE SEVEN SKIPPER AND DESIGNER DISAGREED FROM START flrssnpntt. N. Y., June 34. A run ning quarrel that lasted a month aboard the amerlen cup .vucht Vanltle between Capt BBI Dennis, on the one hand, and Daulggar Win. tiuidner and Mate Marry Mall, son ,,f "Hank'' Huff now skipper of the yacht on the other, uaussd Captain DeunhV reeesuav tion us skipper. Captain Dennis himself told the story for the gswl time to4hty "It goes bang to tiie time in May, when the Yunitie was launched ut Lawlcy s plant al lloston," BOM Den nis. There was a disagreement then and there with the designer over the Kg of the heat. If I could have had my way the VOJlttie would have been seconds tast er. 1 never had a decent set of spars on Ihe bant I wanted the rail cut down. The sails never tit. The Yanl tie is ihe fastest lined bout uf the three and could win with a proper rig. "I have nothing to say about any dfdEarencea between Muff and m.v.sclf. i simply unit." When "IT nets CP" tOUng was In the lib. show he was credited with saying that he would retire before be would ng to tin- minors. But evidently Cy hps 1 banged his mind for 'tis said ho h is Joined a "bush" team. DOC 1 'v. MILD fJT R AlN E M...,T.Cl. Cv .'MS'.'