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SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE ELEVEN DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS AND PCKrtAPi IT WLL I TV6 PlNf 'T 11 THE LOWER ' dlo AMD nkiailT') PAEO. So i .owt-R TUt? dAMfc wuuj pa BETTER. To HAVF A rw L AJMTfcRiOR PAR r or rnt PoiiLRiefc T s Vj NI CUNSVl-T Wfcl,b My Viif.vi b, , N svi i. y " CONSULTATION WITH VCToky' INFLEJCON oF PHfe. tEJ f UNiKiMl I THli I S l-v NIU- Hr I .jai RTVi ' WOWX, gjgl Leading Events In the World of Sports rr;;J iVERAGES SHOW GOOD BATTING igures for Major League Leaders Are Made Public ChlCAU". Juno 27. Hutill averages kHebed ,iere today shew that Chnr l CtlT, one-time manager of Ameri- ation teams. Is leading the .; the Fedeiul league since he i., I the Indianapolis club of that gjanutatlon. Cnrr'n average for six ti'ii games is .4.19. Nrxt iiimcn Ln rlgne, Buffalo, .4.riS; KatifT, Ladianapo l,.. f; Campbell, Indianapolis, .:;sG; jktaa. Brooklyn, ."7.': Brown, It. Lou in, Brad lay i Pittsburgh. .Ml; BneJnard, Brooklyn, ,167; Lennox, P tisl.iirgh. .'!."0; Kasterlv. Kansas cit, .:m7. Kaurr loads Um base steal In with M, Indianapolis and Italti mi.ro arc ahead in olnh butting with HI :'.'. respectively. Ford, of Buffalo, and Kuiserling of Indianapolis, N MBOBg the top-notch pltOhOMt, ftri saving won 0 and Inst whiic tin jhaner piti her hus five victories and an .i feat. i'. Walker of St. Louis and T. Chi. B !'tt"it. still aharc landlni battini kaari in the American league with I M S gft of ..'t4. apiece. In the first tm hitters of the Johnson circuit n i dio i itt. fhltaalt. Vum T, I'ldladelphia. .ajfl; 'r i w fi .fd, kktrolt, .325 ; Jackson, Cleveland, .:t.':i, r. Walker, st. imls. Jtl: Covaleakla. Mrok, ,300; Hhotton, St. l-nils. Jtfj eland. Ml. Phllndalohl with :::,'. and Detroit with .-.11 lead In dill, batting, Malsel of New York I hai most stolen baaaa. Hall, Pktnk IMiiladelphia. a, id LaOH srJ, Boston, rank as three leading Pkcberi In the American leaKiie. Hall las won 4 and lo&t 1: Plank, 7 and -'; f.:nl i.i onard, : and . Robertson of New rk h-ads the Of the National league, with H, In tba first ten then are t". Mil- kf, st. Lottta, ,:t4; Huflunai Urook- i)n. Steel, Ht. I,oiiis, .MM: Palt-.n, Inakiyn, .Mts; BbarHald, Brooklyn, itt; Byrne, Phtladalphla, ,tM; ;rnnt. ftn rk ! ft Rnrna. Hmw Vm l; IN; Daubort, Brooklyn, .mis. Man bjei Rersog conttnnaa ta lead in ntoi n ban viih .'7. Club battlnt land MHtip Is held by Philalelphla. at .L'rttJ. lb Hen York is second with ttl aatkewiotl Is real leader BJAoni the Ntchen with eleven victories and I tdtatn and it is notaworth that in P" 111 Hillings he has pitched he had -" I oid twelve passes. I'feffer id ! nlcli . nA it.., i. . c ) l miiu Imve fix and oHt t wn BCh. r Cheer Up Don't Be Blue There is usually a bright side to ev erything; a"silvery lining to every cloud" Good cheer comes with good health. Good health is the result of tar in eating and drinking. Good beer is an aid to hsalth, because it contains important fod and tonic qualities. That is wlly beer drinkers are always jolly. Vou Will Find Good Cheer in Calumet Send to us for a cane of Good Cheer today. We will guarantee to -fill the bill." CALUMET BREWING CO. 'HONE 274. CALUMET BASEBALL 1 STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. American League. V. I, p t Philadelphia m; 4 jf St. Louis ;,-, j IktitoH mo mo ,r.4:. Washington MM I'll ..,:. Ronton u i jm Chlenfo mi mi .r.oo New York U aj 'le vela ml J.' U .Mtll National Leaguo. Bf. t.. Bet New Yi rk U 21 JfJ "'nninntttl Ml N ."17 St. Lonki :'l .."iiis CnfcCBO Ml Mil .")(IS rittabnrtk fj .r.oo riiiladclphia 'J' :'!i .4S.' Brooklyn 24 M .42n Huston 24 M4 .414 Federal League. Mf, I. PH. Indianaiolis M4 L'4 .TiSf, ( 'hicaKo . M4 L't! . .", T l-altimiire Ml 2 .r,44 Bnffnio M7 M JC4 Knnaaa City -': mm .4;s Plttabnrsk mi .44 Brooklyn .'4 mo .444 St. Li. tils 2(5 MS ,4'itJ TODAY'S GAMES. American League. Washington at Philadelphia. DatreH at CMoajjo, fTtlTrkfll at St. Louis. Postori :it New York. National Lcaque. Phllndolphla at Brooklyn, New York at BoatOV, st. Lonki at pit tab a ult. ChteniTO at Cincinnati. Federal Lengue. Cblensv at st. Lank, Kanaai city a Indinnnpalla, Brooklyn at baltlaiora. PlttsbnrRh at Ittlfralo. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League. Chtcafa, June :'7. -Chicago woi aeVcnth conaacutive mme yeati v. in n they defeated Hetruit. The v as a pit. hots' duel hetween I'alie Dtjbuc, the former ha vine, a nh:ni the rday :a inl and I the letter. Detroit . . . Chicago ... 1: H B .000(10001 0 1 .1 .a aft 61 stiln 1 .". I Batteries 1 Dahsx PabaV and .Meyer ami Btanaajai Tv.c-haHe hit Paber, Chlenfo, ev York. June :7 - Boston won a ten-inning pitchers' battle from New York here yesterday, Janvrfn opened the tenth with an intield bit and Card- ner sent him to tiiiru vviin ins iwn Finnic, home. Boeton New Tot Fisher w ild-pitciieit jsnvrifi K H B . .0 0 (mh 1 0 11 0 1 :' 1 h ( ,,ft 1 tl 0 0 01 r. 0 Hattories-Couni 'e. UsOlMltl "! Ctdy, Carrlfan; nsner and Buna mnker. Two-bass hit -Mooper, Boa ton. is. Louie, Ions 17. 'Williams' horns run over the rlfhl Held fen. e. the loaf est hit made lo re in years, with Shot ton on llrse. uavc St. Louis a victory over Cleveland h.tv vvmoi day and aton put the leenai la ftaaand pknan it 11 K Cleveland - J J ,.t j,oUl I II I 1 Batteries -VolUmote knd O'Neill: Hamilton snd Croaaln. Two-base hlU Learv Lav an. St. Louis: Chnpmnn. ' ... . , , 1 run W'll - Olson. Clevelanu. lams, St Louis. Philadelphia, June iT.-Botk inmss est. rday'l double-header here who iKl.in17t1.11 went to IMiliaaeipiiiii. visitors forfeiting I he BrSl ftnnM in ns ,1, hi i to a alio i' r decided In ten Innitprs. ITBTpH lie rmllsd bal's "" "hill itcher T:,ie of WashlBfton, thereby sustain- ,nR ,he Cain, ol Captain Thomas of Philadelphia thai the twlrler wMjk. BVnfl 'he ball unfairly "v I , r,e. otl the ruber when JPWcj! ed. Manniei " refused to old. I itflth psa" his men t" resume piny afler Chill pnlhd ordered the players t Ills walcn " their position". f.aieil the mini' the score nill IMCTI . ,l,ltlf to i in favor 01 me lie, in; wilh the baes tilled and two men . ,, ,lr.r hail 'n the driven In V eontest, Hue, mo ., li.io hi. 1 "It runs f"i- Philoh paw two hits over ,1 I lill aei FRANK KRAMER IS KID AT 35 Cyclist Stiil One of Top Notchers. Age No Handicap Newark, N. J., June ft, Yhenevcr 1'iank Kranter tides here or wherever the hampiun'a esplolta aw talked of the conversation among the fans soon er of later Barings around to a question of his ana nnd a reeonM of bia dolnci upon the Cycle tracks usualh turu upon a general dlaCUMlon of how tl. sturdy Bant Oranaa star stands the ardnoua 1 aaapaltna Called by his ititimales Old Stevie. by admlrtna frtenda hi Boy, ami by fans in general as Old Rel table, people hnv come to look upon Kramer 4K a real old man. He is not. Becently the quaatloa was put direct to Kraaner aa t.. 1.1s aftjft :ni ka btnak Inch admitted he was in his thirty- tilth year, thereby dtenoataej effectually of those yarns of many ears' circul latlon that the champion was 4a and over, in tlicse days d high tension and extreme speed in cycladow ha: eome to he looked upon as old and even if not old. at leant as marking tic time when a rider slips back Into sc. -end division and lids the otlui and younger stars Pad the way. Kramer, however, a non-smoker and drinker and a Stickler for training has laded batter than others: ami that's why he is able at this day and after lidlnu continuously tor seventeen years to take on Jackie Clark, most dangci -01, s of those to l.e feared, in a mat. h tnea whic h marks one of the most im portant steps in Kramer's 1114 career. He still is lit to etve battle to the 1. st of the challenger). And not only lit 1. ut aeajer, in the eighth and ninth inniuus ami tied the s. ore. The locals scored on Btrnnka' amgic, Barry's sacrifice and Bchnnn's single. Second game II H B Washington ..ltMftlOlf 0 I S 1 Philadelphia I 0 2 a 1 Iff 1 1 ' II 1 Batteries -AyerSi Bentley, Boehllas snd Henry: B haw key, Bander and Bchanff, Two-base hits - I 'ostei , fcfor- gan, Washington 1 Home rune- Oaker ID, Philadelphia. National League. ppaton. June J7. By batltni an af Boston's pitchers haul New York won both tames of a double-header yester day. BUI Bentoa 0010 0 2 0 1 0 4 7 4 New York . . . . 1 1 a (1 I " ( - 9 -I tl - Batteries Mathoweon and Mayarai .Mi Lean: Tyler. Crwtchet and Whadng. Two-base hits - Bescher. New York, (lowdy, Connolly. Boston. Thtee-base hit Fletcher, New York. Home run Connolly, Boston. Sc. pnd 1 inn n it New Yolk . . 0 0 1 1 1 6 0 1 0 in 14 : Itoston 0 0 0 a 1 (i 1 1 1- 4 S 1 Batterlen Frotnms and lleyera, -McLean; James, Cochran, dutchcr ami Whaling. Two-base hits Meikle, I romme, Bescher. New York. Three base hit - Burns. New York. Home run Connolly 1 Boa tow. Ctn innati, June L'7. -Chicago won both games of a double-header from Cln Innati her., yesterday, The second ame was called at the end of the , sventb on .0 . omit Of darkness 'bi- caao Wen the first contest by hlftlni DeoniaM hard, two triples and boms tun being made off him in the third. The second name was a pitcher's bat - hetweefc Hnmphriea ami Ames. B H i nl.-rmo j 0 3 0 0 1 0 00 7 j Clnctnatl 1..0001 000- 7 2 Batteries Vaii'-'han ami Harurave. Pouglaaa, Lear ami lrr, uu. Two-baSC hit ..Zimmerman, vniwsw Thn 1 -base hits s.iier (J. usacn 1 1. ran Vautha, "hi- Chicago cago. S. eoNi ganu Chicaco . i in. Innntl . B .000 1 00 0 1 .0 0 0 tl 11 a 11 11 Hnmi hrlea ami Bresna- hni: Ames and Clarke, hlii Melinite. Sweeney, Ta o-base Chl ago, Thres-ftaM hit Hereof, Cincinnati Itrooklyn. .Ian. 7, Brooklyn got out ,,r ttie nails r v .. rday b) beating Phil adelphia in 1 (a iding game Philadelphia free oittinK ami loose B H 01001100 14 13 1 1 0 0 0 1 n x 7 11 I 1 Batteries Jn rtos, nnwmm, n-.-rardner, Tln-up and Burns; Pfeffer i THREE BATTERS IN ROW HIT THE FIRST BALL FOR HOME RUN. What Is believed to he a new world's record was established in the Middle Texan IsagUS name between Breiiham and Temple. In the eighth th" first three batten up sneh hit the Brat bail aitt bed over the fence for heme runs. Temple won. .;. .j. .;. COLUMBIA WINS GREAT RACE AT POUGHKEEPSIE CORNELL, COMPLETELY EX HAUSTED, DROPS BACK TO THIRD PLACE. Poufhkeepsie, NT, v.. June in a thrilling four-mils trlnnsniar struggla with I'ennsv Ivania and Cornell, the Columbia university S-oared crew won by a scant length the premier race of the twentieth annual regatta of the In tercollegiate Bowing association on the Highland course late yesterday after noon, Pennsylvania finished second in the 'varsity event, defeating Cornell by the length of its shell, with Syracuse Washington snd Wisconsin taking the wash of the leaders In the order nam ed. Tin official time: Columbia, II: II 4-.".: Pennsylvania, llfWj Cor nell, 11:44 I-:,; Syracuse. 1 : T. I L' - ." : Brnsklngton, N:t1 l-li Wisconsin, 20:20. ColUBabia'l vit dory was the result of desperate and sustained spurt in the Ian half mile. The Cornell crew, Completely exhausted ill trying to keep pac,. with the victor, fattened and slipped back into third place at the finish. Better fortune attended the efforts of the Cornell junior 'rarsl ty and freeh nu n eiuhts, each combination In turn winning its race in impressive fash ion. Cornell won the Junior BtBht DSC ,d two-mile pace by one and one-half lengths. Columbia was ascend, I'enn sv hiin. a third and Syracuse fourth. Cornell's time. 11:11 !, Cornells time in the freshmen sight oared was M.'MV Byracuse was second, Psansylvanls, t'olumbia and Wisconsin finishing in the order named. RESOLUTE WINS AGAIN. Oyster Bay, N. Y., June MS. The CUP elaas sloop Resolute won her eiuhth victory in the prellmlnar) raclni aei -ies yesterday. The Bisulatr'l mat-Kin in corrected time at the llnish over the Yanitle was .-, minutes and 44 seconds and over the Defiance, asinotei and II seconds. Catcher Pone ; Cad) of the Had Boa has a bi'dher M veins old who ;lves promise of developing into an all around player. and M.Carty, Plscher. Two-base hits Byrne. Philadelphia; Fischer. Brook lyn. Throe-hase hit Wheat. Brook lyn. I'itshurRh. June :'7. A triple by Mitchell, fotowed by Kelly's sacrifice fly gave PittshuiRh .1 victory over St. Louis in the tenth here 1 1 terday. 11 11 n Bt. Louis .. ..0001 1 a 0 n 0 0 i I 1 Pittsburgh .0 l 0 11 0 l 0 0 0 1 M 11 1 Batterh 1 Bailee and Bnyder; Coop or. MeQulllan and oibaon, Coleman Two-base Bltf Cat her, Bt. Louis: Mit. heii. ptnthwrgh. Three hand hits Kelly, Mowrey. Pittsburgh. Fedenl League. Baltimore. June IT. '".Mors and the lack r control of Brooklyn pit hers srers reeoonatbte for Baltimore's vtc- o,lnr,lnv B H B Baltimore It i -' ' Brooklyn II 1 0 0-4 10 2 Batteries Qninn and Jaeklitseh: juul, ii.iiu it and Land. .,,o .!., loo.. 1 hree hits off Bnetaer, man base raaadanj ami an error gave Buffalo three runs in the sixth yesterday, which wna SHUagdl M win from Pittshuri;h. 11 ,r " Buffalo 0000010 la 4 S I MttStMMWh .. ,.ol I 000 J 7 1 Betertes Rrapp snd Blalfi Km er and Berry. No others schedule. 1. Americsn AsoeHtion. Kansna City S; M inmnpolis 11. niTrtassI 3; Cotamwas :? iCallad in the tvveirth on account of darkle I 1 it hers postponed; rain. You Gan't Blame LEARN LESSON FROM OLD WAR Tight Pennant Race in Federal League Interesting to Fans New York. June 27. "I could wreck the American and National leagues In 48 hours if I signed all the players "f these two organizations who have asked to l.e taken into the I'e.btil league." Those spoks General flllsnois 1 iimmaiidci In thief of the Inderal forces, as he toyed with a 'heck for several hundred thousand beans Which was to be used as I. alt for jumpinc ball taeeere, When Oilmen's bold assertion was repeated t. B.im roft Johnson, the ma-jor-!teneraI of lllgsnlft.su1 baseball, the M. O. said: "If there are anv of our playen who are ready to .tump to the federals I say let them Jump, so we may know who they .ire and rid the sport of men who are in the gaaftft f"r purely mercenary reasons." If the Federals decide to make anv COnslderahk increase in the nutnlier ..I star players no won their payroll it will l.e for the purpose of crippliriK the older leagues and not bSCSUSC tin- i'id crals need the playeis. A few well known players added to the circuit would, perhaps, boost the gate receipts here and there, but if the Federals con tinue to stags the tight pennant race thev have been puttln ; up of late they are gyre to get the coin with the pris- aa line-ups. lYOm the viewpoint of the fans a redd pennant rate is one in which every team in the Ion cue has a , ban e to cop the bunting. At the present time the Federals appear better shift t furnish a race of this s. rt than either the Na tional or American league. So wliv should the new 01 caniz it ion load up with expensive plover-, many of whom have been in fast company a number of years and soon will be ready to take the down Btnde? The experience of the American leamie in tic matter f distributing the playing strength should be taken as a lesson b tic Federals. When the American lea. as was organized a small number of National leaguers were In duced to jump ( the new league, With .1 sprinkling of big leagfte talent among the minor laagueri then in the outfit tfen Amcriian lOagUS served up to the fans some of the hottest pennant bat tles In the history of (ho game. Then came the wholesale ruid on the National league and soon the Ameri can leagUS circuit was clogged with big league stais. A short time later the stars Began to fade and the Agsarlcans found IhSIBftflTfil pretty mm h In the same Ba as the old National league, with a circuit that each seaatM com prised from two to four teams that didn't baVS even an out ride iham e fat the pennant. Perhaps the Federals tan get nway with the star-grabbing stunt, but even if they do It's dolhsTI to doughnuts they never will be able to put up a more interesting championship strug gle then the) are stS ring r i n h t now. YOUNG BRITONS STRONG. Show ng In Recent Golf Matches Ful fills Hope. New York. June 17. It is somewhat strange thai JUSt when Britons were i maiilm iheir lack if youthful chemptoau enck as ittBrcla ootmet, Jerome l. Travels and lvo Whltton. the Austfiilian open titlehobler. the young men of the British links should . boose thBj peagdl to assert themselves ever the old guard, such as John Ball, Harold Hilton and others who have monopolized the honors during recent v 1 STB, The player; who defeated the invad ers, with the ex option of Charles A. Palmer, who beat Truvcrs. and who is tlfv yars old. ate all young men. Tubbs. who beat Oulmet, Is twenty-six years old; fjordok Lock hart, who knocked out Whittoii, the Australian: C. B. Mncfarlane. who elim. cited Chick' Kvans, and the Hon. Michael Scott, who disposed of Frederick lie -reshoff. akss re of the younger ellvl- gkaa, J. L. Jenklna, the champion, In thirty-one: the runner-up, C. . Healet, is Ohly twenty -three, ami B. P. BTkllipBI Ha. one of the semi-final. t-'. k only twenty-one. Oankba I OtroaMg three new and im portent factories. Father For Feeling That Way BASEBALL CHATTER. B. b Best her of the Oiants is ma showing ho well in the art of b;yr stealing as he did when he was a member of the Beds. Walter Johnson's speedy shoots sei m to be ofe-shel pi, Sam ("raw fold, the for the vteian Detroit killer of fa t ones. Paddy Livingston and Jack Knight, two former well km.wn Mg leaguera, arc cracking out the safe ones in the Americsn aaaoelaelon this season. Boy Beeves, the personal representa tive of President Tener. is taking a swing' around the National league ir- eult in order to give the up and down" to Tenor's umpires. Jack loary is dotttg brilliant sroffB for the Browns. 1,,-ar.v is the liksliesl looking Brut baseman to break into the big show since "Stuffy" M linns caUM Into the limelight. Bill Phillips' Indianapolis team has certainly corns t" ti.e front with a rush in the Psderel league race. Bill has about the sweetest bunili of hlt STS In the Fed circuit. The Eastern contingent of the Am erican league did considerable damage to the pitching staff ' f the White Sox. And just when tin- Sox pltehers were being touted as iinhittablo. The Boston Braves have released Lmiue, the Cuban pitcher, to feraft) City, of the International league. With I Imuk Branch laal season, Luqui ONE WEEK OF JOY Annua! Midsummer 1 1 t t LAURIUM Carnival L MURIUM DRIVING PARK June 29th. to July 4th. THE GREAT WESCOTT SHOWS ALL FEATURE ACTS COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN FREE GATE EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT JULY 4TH. FREE ACTS TWICE DAILY. BAND CONCERT EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME. THu ONLY COMPANY SHOWIMG HERE THIS SEASON. ONL" OF THE BIG FEATURES. THE COUNTRY STORE DCN'T FAIL TO VISIT IT! SHOW ARRIVES AT LAURIUM COPPER RANGE DEPOT 7 P. M. SUNDAY, JUNE 28TH. Coma and see a bio fchew unload. Come cgam throughout the week and sec the show. COME AND ENJOY YOURSELF. ee)Meo:eeo:eee the wonder of the New York-New Jer sey ( ircuh. The piayessf protective aftaocIatloB l as protested to President Johnson against the color of the Bggpolft at Fenvvav Park. Boston They want it painted green. Any other color, they declare, is hard on the batters' eyes. It's Up to the St. Louis Feds to get bney if thei -xpe(t to attract the at tention of the Mound Cttj fans. Both Hi. Broamo and Cardinals are sweep ... tin like a prairie fire, while the alntfeds vainly try to couple up thn hose. TY COBB WILL NOT QUIT TIGERS, DECLARES NAVIN. I . 1 1 ..it. June 27. "All this talk about Ty Cob', going over to the Federal league is piffle." said Prank J- Navin, pree ideal of the Detroit American lea gue baaeball Club, with reference to re ports that Cob! is dissatisfied with lo cal conditions. ' lie is more anxious than anyone els, to prove that that unfortunate af fair Saturday was a mistake of the head and not of the heart. When he gats beck io the n.itne he will do every thing he caa to make up for lost ground. To prove his loyalty to me Un mar he signed ii two-year con tract when he could have merely sign ed for one year and watched develop ments in the Federal league." The hoise succumbs to an intensely .old temperature sooner than anv oth er animal. Bayonne, n ,i now has a pottee woman watch park tiirts. ONE WEEK OF FUN PARK ASS'N e:e-eV : I ? t T J 1 t 1 t ? 1 I f x 1 1 i ? ? ? z Washington developed 1 hattm streass