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WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE BFHBH DOINGS OF VAN LOONS ml Yes, Mother Is Getting to Be Quite Glever ANP AfcUAbLE TO HOM WJt WANfTD wj L Jta&& V , ! r - ' T IT WAKW O STAN KIMT HOME N I MAM H Pi A, N,U 'V KI ii A ll I, ,MS r I" ?-lr Y ,HL1 -1' AHtADpT- . W amJtei J m K'ou-y vjsBm 1 , tK , c p rlrl. nil t$ ft Molur Nf,pir Syn.n, , ' .tUALL, HOOTBALL. CRICKET, TRACK AND FIELD AND AQUATIC. Leading Events In the World of Sports BOXING, WRESTLING, ROWING, AUTOMOBILE RACING AND TENNIS LEAGUE RACES GROWING HOT Competition Keen in Minors as Well as in Majors gee fork, July It. With the slea a ,,i tin professional beeebell hum less ti,in iwu nontlM UN) ths pennant n, n both major ami minor leagues n,- tigBtCQlAl up in I remarkable asset when Mi scores of aaeocla- ur : ulered as a whole. Willi ii ii u not I'H "lis here and there the trufgiei tot nrst places art far closer ii,, in ii.is i ii tha rule for several v. us. If i In rlaim that tliis is a pgbr tin. hi' iai i' anon m bass bell is correct it is certain thai tiio charm caanol bo IBM to one-sided Mag races, in the major lot UOI at least six Club hu ve senna ni i nances, Philadelphia, ! Ofoh ind Washington arO ail in the American league no r ami the Rrst four dii'i.- in the National organisation all (gore m possible wmUsrs, The same dtsstion ex lata in tha Federal and !n hti attonaj Isaguas, t1 . race n the class a. orgenlaa also cloBc. The Southern us--ajciatii n prnnant StTUSJgM la ens of Ha' i uteres ting la ysats. Mao than one hundred points sepurattns the Brat six i hii!:. in the Western league, Denver xt. Joseph, Lincoln and Btous City are ail bUncbsd and as th Ma not lose until September ST in one of these clnba may prove the . war. Among the I 1bm i n hacate tht average is not o oleoa, Hew London aaa a bjchm lead in tin K;i 1 i ii iissorlutlon: Duytoa in tha Cwrtra) loejcvej HTlnVea Taaire n tha bee fori State hNQjnoi and Davenpon h 1 Ton .'-i laegpt. in tin- Taaaa ke ii Lieadaaont, Moaetoti and Whco nrr all in tlie race while WfnTOOOter, Poithind, Lawrence and Lyhp nave a pennanl i hanec in the New Englund hagaa The i 'lass C. raees are nlao proving of much intereat to the heap hall fans '( the reepocttti league tarritorlea. Charleaton leads the oath-AOantlc 11 i Albany bavtng fair chance if tha leaden slow up for any reason, 1w Vir in i:i con tool is tar closer for Norfolk, Ncwporl News ami EHchmond ire ilonely ioupeil. Part her north in the WUcnnainllllnota league Bve da be W In ilte Hug nice, thrc belag hardly hundred points between the iirst and ""ii teanw, Bay City appear! to have lead in the Booth Michigan 5 while Wlnnlpec Qrand Porfci A cooling draught, a thirst satisfier, a health beverage- that's Calumet beer CALUMET BREWING GO. pHONE 274. CALUMET ami Virginia an have a ehaaea to win "in hell. re tha aeaaon cloaao n labor Day, The same oan i said (.f i'ui River, Bow Bedford and Pawtacha) in tho Colonbil league while London ami Ottawa are leaders in the Canadian r L BASEBALL Continued from Second Page. two das yesterday, Rudolph allowed the local, only three hits. It II Beaton on i i mi h a d Pittsburgh .. . o oo ii o ii ii ii n o :i i Batteriaa Rudolph ami Oowdy, i Toole, ConaaUnan and Colenaani v. W'a -ner. Three-base hits ConnoU . M;.nn, i'.ostoii. Home run .l u a i ville, Boston, Cincinnati. July tt. wtth two mi'ti on bases in the thirteenth, Matiiewson drove out a niiiKle which brought in the run that won the gaUM from ClS) elanatl lo re yesterday, Demeree, who started the same for New fork lasted until the sixth. Beaten pitched fairly well up to the eighth. WhOU he Weak STtad and New York tied the score. K II I New York ...ono 101 IimoooI ii 1", I Ctucin. i l'oo oo:t ooo ooo o s :t llatterie-"lHiiki.iee, I H online, Ma thowson and Meyers, McLean; Benton, Assgf ami Rcwin, fJonaalsa Twothaae hit Fletcher, New York. Federal League. Mo games s hedaled. American Association. Clevtland Milwaukee ii. (Becond same). Cleveland .'; Mlrwaukes t. Cotusahas i; St. Paul IsajHsjaapoHo J; Kansas City Louisville :i; Mlnneapolla BASEBALL-FOOTBALL. Combination of Two Gre.it Games Is the Latest. Detroit. July 12 "Baseball footbsll," a combination of the diamond and gridiron sports originating In the salad of Merman I IroOO eska, director of the Hoard of Bd ueat len s model put -(r round i enter, was COttCelVOd to s-'is-tdO tchool hoys. a ..I-., largo, but litht. bail is used. The pitcher tosses the ball la ths bat tar at a level of one fool above the ground. Peotball Iai lies are employed by the batter, who kick;, the ball. The usual rub s for Balding and base run- nlttg ,ne used, a runner Is called out only when h- has been hit fairly with the ball. U. S. INCOME TAX HITS NEW LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMP. London. July 11. -PTeddtS Welsh has learned. slnOS Nil recent defeat of Wil lie Ritchie, thai Ho lot of a champion puglllsi is not altogether a bed of rosea. Btnca he acquired ths title he hna received a dssaand for over ll.MO no i me tax, the assesanstni being bas ed on the assumption thai his income has received a big 1 sl since he be came champion. As Wei- h SXpOCtS to have io paj similar tax in the Pnlt Cd Stales, where he has lar e ini- icsts ami where he expects to make Nil fu ture home, he i ; ecinninK to wonder how mil' h lie -vill have h it after he Is through paying his taxes. CASH FOR RAIN CHECKS. Brooklyn Federals Establish New Pre cedent. The Brooklyn Paderela are aetl n an example that major league ownsirs .- Iii old I op The "outlaws" refund money on ex pired rain cheeks. When a idSttl can MM me his rain check N doe: hoi hlOS the admission money he paid to t!" .nne that ' did not K. AVS mmUgS. The Brooklyn owners turn 1 1 ssesjsy bach t" the bolder of the check at the expiration of the title spe I LARRY OUT FOR SEASON. Chappelle Will Not Play Ball Again Thit Year. Lam Oiappolle. the $1ooo beauty, who Was xtrioken with blood palSUSlHlfl while on the oprliv,' training trip of the White Hox thin ear, will nt be able to play ball this season. He informed the White Sox own. I to Hint cite, I on BundUy, He has been In a hospital for several weeks, nml ihoiiRh be hSJ prnrtlenlly roeovored. Ms phy1clnna have ordered him SjM to play ball at ull this year. NEW STUNT IN NEXT OLYMPICS French System of Regulating Heats to Be Tried Out Pari.-, July 111. The new system for arranging heats in track athletics, pro posed by PTanceat the recent sport ins congress in Lyons and Paris, has been recommended by the international Amateur Federation tor use at the Olympic Raines in Berlin In ttll, M. Kraz Peichei, who brougkl forward the proposal sies an American resi dent of francs, Charles M, Mahr, cred it for having Invented the syatssg, it la Wisely SSad in golf, tennis ami box ins competitions in PYanee. Its object is to keep tha crack men from meeting each other until ths dual, and to allow the second class men to compete among themselves for a place in the next round. It is necessary to make a list of the competitors sccordlns to merit on the baats of past performances, Tims, if there were thirty-two entries, the com petitors would in numbered from i to V1 from best to worst. In golf, tennis and SUOh sports. No. 1 would meet No, II'.', No. J would meet No. and SO on; and for the second round a similar I UM of the ressstnlag competitors would be drawn up. The application to track events Would be Slightly different. If there were thirty-nine runner:- and there were to be .-ix in a heat, the Competi tors would be arranged in the follow Ins manner in columns: 1 1 NEW PLAN FOR BOXING. Verdict On Points Hardly Enough to Gain Title. London, Jolji It. The m u Distances ssgUMimllng the taking of Willis Btt chlo's HshtwePht title end the defefet oi rjnnboel smith have stirred ths high class British sport.-men and todUl indications are thut before long a rule will be put into sfgSOl iii tliis country which -ill forbid u referee taking the title ft. .11 a champion because In- is beaten on points, unless the .-hade is so wiili- that BO other COUr B op tl. Poliowini the censure of Referes Oorri fi r his adion in th" Smith lislit came criticism Unlay suae he strip ped Willie Kit' hie of bis title because Kreddie Welsh possess! d a few points the best of the eonte:M PrommetH Clubmen and others voiced their opin ion on the decision in the .Hie Rtt chiS-WelSh Bghl .and were a unit in their declaration that for the best in terests of the sport and to further ee mcut the splendid international ath letic relationship existing between the United States and Great Britain a draw would have been a more just verdict. Animals as mdUSOts arc unit" the thing in the bis show this se ism. The Chicago 'ubn have s bear cub, the De troit Tigers carry u black lat and the Phillies pii: their faith to a red fba as a jinx chaser. MuOORTY TO MEET GEORGES CAriPENTIEH. Sydney, .. s. w.. Jafcj H. Bddie McGoorty, the American pugilist, has accepted an offer cabled bim from London to Bghl Georges Carpentler in London in October, foi a purse of 110,- 000. SUPPLANT BULL FIGHTING. Army Captain Thinks Mexicans Will Take Up Baseball. Mansfield, ., July IS, Cept, John ". Leonard, I'nited States navy, who was in command of the battleship Vir ginia when Vera CrUS was taken, en mute to his home in Brooklyn, declar ed today thai "the great gaam "f base ball Will civilize Mexico." "Besides bavins a ureal InflUSJMB) in that direction," said Capt, Leonard, "baseball will supplant the brutal bull- lighting, "in Vera Crus boys arc now playing the i ame, "The baUfafbttag eras not relished by the Amelicans and Hen. PunStOU put a titop to it." Inflslder Qarta of the Bloomlngton dub is clouting for an average of .ts and leading tbi' Three- kMdSJSI in bat-tins. SF0RTING EDITOR'S NOTES. The Detroit .merlcana have pur i based Pred Ntchotaon. the hard-hit-tim autdsldsr of the Denisoa Teaas- iklaboma league tssm Touag Morton, deveMads mw pit her, has made a nice showing ill .vital gagMS in Which ha has done i In Bring lor the Naps. Loth Ruth and Shore, the Paltimore Oriole pitchers, have caught the fane) of Beaton fans and look like winners for the Red Sox. California promoters are try ins to secure two or three seajor kSSSBJM t eanM to make a trip to the coast next spring for Haiti. ns work. Belpfl W. Reeve, thS former Dart mouth colli", c Shortstop, has succeeded Pat Klaherty a:; monuser of the l.nn team Of the New llnsland IsSgllS Recent averages of the Canadian league show twenty men batting for .300 or better. Kcllov Harris of tie Erie team tops the list With an aver age of JtL Tia line stick work of Pranh Bhults has been a greet help to the t'ubs of law Frank threaten: to duplicate bis hoavy hitting of ttll before the close of the season. Pitcher Mlgglnbotham and Catcher Hammerschmldt form a batter) with the Dubuque Thres-1 isagua team, Nice monikers for umpires and scorers to wrestle With, Bill Born hard, former star twirler of the PbiHies ami later with Clevektnd, is now dolus grant WoTh "ii the mound for the Salt l.ak City team of the Union association. Beht Wallace did not take the Be st era trip with the Browns, The veteran shortstog is out or the gams with un injured baud ami is not ex pected to do any playlic, for seveial w i eks. The WashuiKton Senators have fat- Unasd up at th.- sfqssnns af the Imekes this season, the ( irlllit bites bavins copped lo oi i to M Karnes played with the New Yorkers. "Babbit" Maranville's swell work both in tb' Ibid and at but has been the big bit of the Ifoston Biases' visit to tin Western cities of the National league i in uit. Through bis victory oer idbrt Oattani Matty pakdwla wins back tha utie oi New Basgmnd hghi weight champion. Bavs cross, feetbei welghl pugilist and brother of Leach Cross, has been putting up some i ksBS) battles in and around Hew York. Clover Haves. the Philadelphia lishtwcieht. is training at Juan. Ml X ' . . w here he IS billed to box John- n Dundee la a 0-roUnd bout on Jui M, The Sullivan twins, Jack ami Mike, an- still dolns business M the old stand. Mike is hot on Hie trail of Jim my Clnbby and Jack wants to tackle any of the promising w hiH- bavies. at Ml 1 amp 1 1 II u 1 1 io L'6 numbers. S ! 7 M ;:i 1 1 :i: i ti tin tVVl t itors ir N 17 is in G tl ! -0 7 7 S 21 Thus, the SOVen best men, No;:. 7, have beats of their own. In Olympic sanies, win-re as bast men from aaOh beat are to be allowed to compete in the next round, it would be that ail of the Brat fourteen men Would have I eats to themselves, un the other hand. N'os. 1.", to If, even if the, could not beat Nos. 1 io 7. nnsbl set lino the next round by beating Nos. x to l I. The PYenck contention Is that m system of arranging heats could be SjroTSS than that of dfUWlUg lots and that If the arrangement is left lo a COmtalttOS there will always be dissal lefactlOO unless the principle applied i- ss mathematical as possible. GREAT SWIMMING FEAT. Four Negotiate Course From Manhat tan to Sandy Hook. New York. July 11 Three Huston men yeaterdaj won the special silver trophies offered by the New York Tri bune for the amateur marathon swim- ninc race from the Merer sad of Man batten to Bandy Hook, an estimated distance of MeUty-tWO miles. The lace was WOU by QOorgO U. Mi i Ben, the amateur three-mile champion of New BUglhnd. who made the jour- aey in the excellent time of 7 hours. IS minutes. The Oleials of the race declared this time to be a record. Sam uel Rii hards and W. Alierdun finished second and thlid. their respective urns betng l:fl and I: Charles Durborron of Philadelphia was fourth in N:4fi. These four wire the gal) men out of thirty who started at 4:4 o'clock yes- tcidav Morning to finish. Pied H lames of this city, a r.O v ear-ohl v eteran, made a stubborn ef fort to finish, but he had to be picked DUl of the water when within I. one yards of the goal, He had been in the waier for 7 hours and -0 minutes ami as ahead ol all the other contestants ex. opt Meaban, the winner. THINKS BOUT IS t-AKE. London. July 21!. That the Jnck Johnson-Sam Hansford battle n god gled for here or in Paris In October will be a take If the present arrange incuts so through, Is the firm belief of Whll im II. Hi" up. one of the lead ing writers in this rlty. The writer i both colored flchters are nn the pugilistic decline nnd that the coming mat b may Mi their valedictory. DC 0C IDC Bob Harmon says: "Sweets have been in the game for as long as I can remember, and they 've always been great favorites. Everybody likes them. 9 ' XT 1? 1 wo 'to i u MTtmit jt Mft-JM Mild & Extra Fine CIGARETTES A cigarette has to be mighty good to become a national favorite has to be remarkably good to remain a national favorite for 40 years. NHflkBsggelJ MP Sweet Caporal has done this and more. This world -famous brand is today going steadily ahead growing in popularity through sheer merit. Does this mean anything to you? THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY WKKyB BsWsWfsy w Jm?' Bob Harmon, a seasoned big league pitcher, on the staff of the Pittsburgh Nationals