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THE CALUMET NEWS
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CRICKET, TRACK AND
FIELD AND AQUATICS.
MAI I SLICE OF f
If Red Sox Win in American Many
Players Will Share
I a, July :;v Bill ClurriSM ;uil
j. Lannin, who ntflicttwly Imm Md
,,un thfl BoalM li''l Hc.x, pnm to bj
lni ..II "fw'M tbfl sliar.-H Dr man,
,; Hi,., r- Until K'tM into the Wnllil's T
as vimill as iioHBil,!''. Mr. Uililllti
lately hM liefome th -ounlry'H It-ad-.
v i,f MI hall talt-iit on tin
' mil Mr. 'nttinati lian no many
tktetM hanttlnK around that M has
to ktop a lint postt'd in his lockt-r, so
tint In ran ri'tnomln-r then all.
Nobody tdae ran count tin in up. It
is known thut Boaton has six right
hand and four irft-hand pttctaam;
thai poHMMMi four tirst bauwnMn.
of whom, of coanM, worka;
thai it has at loust iiv' out Hal dan, two
of whom, HoartckaM and Hoopor, ara
the Idlera; thai tour catchera
an i ii thr pay roll; and thai more men
will he added any time anybody often
ill -irnlile ilayers for sale, especial
ly If New York Ih after the man.
'I'wice now iii two weeks It has hap
pened that these two cluhs have met
in compatlttoa and that Huston has
u in out, Katrrll was after the Italti
inore pltchaM whom Itostou secured
and also had the tlrst bid 1,1 '"' Hob
lltsel, a' rordlnK to his own statement.
AM f which proves that the scripture
im rlffhl when it s:is that "To him
thai hath shull be Riven."
Uoatoa Is hot after the tlau. The
play era haven't forgotten that nice . ut
of 1912, uni Mr. Lannin would iieartj
tu mark his tlrst year in baseball
b) liartlclpatioa in a world secies, lie
I! pay the plice tu i;et the material
I" put his club there. Lannin has made
n li.t with Itoston fans and should piot
li un hia Inveatment this year,
Knss Krwin, the former Brooklyn
top, has done tin, work with the
tlt'k aa well as behind the plate sinrr
he Joined the. Cincinnati Beds.
Dritlah war yaaaala annually eon
1 ime three million kasaj tons of coal
and 200,0ta. Iouk tuna of oil fuel.
Never look well
on a man if they
bag at the knees
and are even
will be the kind of
work best suited
"We work with care
and care for our work.''
A phone call gets
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY &
PHONE 150. LAURIUM
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STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. It Pcu
Philadelphia II Ail
Itoston :'' 41 ..'iC4
UashitiKtoti M -543
Detroit H 4; .5ic
Chlcmaa t 47 .r.oo
St. I.ouis 4.'i 47 .49
New York 41 II .441
Cleveland M 05 .31
W. It. Pet
New York 4.' 34 .".
fhlnapj rL' 40 sm
St. Louis T.l 411 .543
Host on 43 45 .4 Kit
Cincinnati 43 M 473
Philadelphia 4a 4! .44:1
Pttteburgh 39 41 -44s
Broahlya 36 4:1 .44
W L Pcl
Chicago 54 39 .5X1
Baltimore M H Mt
Hrooklyn 4tt 39 .541
Indianapolis 47 41 .534
Buffalo 43 45 ,4)M
Kansas 'ity 43 51 .357
Pittaburvh 3s 4 4::7
St. Loula 39 54 Hit
Washington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Cleveland.
Boston at Chicaco.
Pittsburgh ut Hrooklyn.
Cincinnati at New York.
Chloaao at Philadelphia.
t Loula at itoston
Kansas I Mt at Pittsburgh,
( hn .upi at Buffalo.
St. Louis at Urookls B.
ImHaaapoiia at Baltimore.
Detroit July It "i"- ol the most
disorderly scenes ever wiliu-ssed .n the
fetal ball lield was enacted duiin the
ninth Inning of yesterday's gaSSa lie
tween Washington and Detroit, which
tl locate won in the truth. The riot
siattr, I whin So otid Baseman Morgan
ems .ailed out at tlrst by t'mplre
Sheridan. MoiKan in atiKr started
toward the umpire. Sheridan struck
Morgan ami several Washington play
ers joined in the argument, Catcher
Alnsmith is said have struck Sheri
.1 ill, who was bStag hrld hy several
playera From both trams. Bherldaa
ordered Ainsniith and Morgan ofY the
Held and as the two ilaern were iass
Ing the vrandstand a spectator sold
at inethlnu whl h Alnsmith resented.
He Jumped int.. the stand and blows
were rxchatiKcd. al her Henry at
tempted to pull Ainsniith from the
stand and a ( hair thrown by a specta
tor struck Henry on thr head. The
effOWd Hen rushed on to ih'- Held and
police who bed been hurriedly sum
moned auoeeeded in driving the caowd
bark and play was resumed. Covales
gJa was Invincible after the tlrst anil
struck OUl 11 men. K 11
Washington .:' a 0 0 I I a a 0 I I 3 I
Drtmll 11 o 0 0 0 u a 0 1 3 4 3
Batteries Harper, Bhan ami .in-
saaUh. Williams; Covab-skie and
Baker. Two-I.ise hits MoffeWtg,
Hellmsn, Detroit Three base hit
ra a ford. I rt roit.
Chicaga, July It - 'Boston bun bed
hits yesterday and shut out Chicago,
making it rwa airaight 11 K
Baatoa lOOflOIOOO4 4 I a
,'t,i, ., 0 II IMMHI II 0 II 0 I I
Batler.es Shore and Thomas BMW,
Russell and Hchalk, Kuhn. Two-base
bit Hoblit.el. Itoston.
Cleveland. .Inh H. v",k w,,n
aaOlhOf double-header from l. v.land
yesterday, the first Kame roIhk lei. in
nltns The winnirn,' ran In the first
gf4M , ansa m thr tenth ghoa Kartaal
.sir v led, stole second and scored on
Cio. . d ic. Hansel mm '"iu.-.i
in the ninth UftaUSg of the se.ond name
in ateaJhsg ngagel ami rgMBam
New get . 0 " ' til
.-IcMdund ...til M 1 1
D.uterlrs Cole and Sweeney. Mor-
tofl and O'Neill. Two-beae hita
flraney. Cleveland; Cree, New York.
Three -baae bit Jackaon, Cleveland.
Second Kme It ii K
New York I " 7 0 0 I I 1 1 - S 10 l
i Meyt land 3 I I 0 1 0 J 0 U-- S 1
Batteries Varl:np, Bieh and Nuna
maker; ('oiimbe. Shtii, Cullaaailfe and
'N'rill. Two-base hits Chapman.
KirKe. Cleveland; I'leh, NSW York.
Three-base hita mi I. BerkinpauKh.
St. Louis, July 31. -Bressler was
too murh for st. i.ouis yastarday,
while his team males hit Jatios when
lots were needed and Philadelphia
won. It II I
.lames, Tai lor
(Ml II I 1 1 0 I 0- - 4 S I
0 0 1 0 I M) 0 1 4 1
Bressler and LSPPi
Hid AeTOeW, Two-base
hit Strunk, Philadelphia. Thfee-baae
hits Lavan, St. Louis. Walsh, Bhila-
delphia Rome run Baker, Philadel
phia. National League.
Boston, July It, Although Qrinsr
allowed Boston only one single yes
terday, his team mates fielded poorly
and Boston won. B II H
Boston 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I 3 1 I
St. Louis I 1 I 1 1 0 0 0ft 1 7 4
Batteries - Tyler and Whaling:
Qrlner and BaydJer, TWo-baaa tut
Riggert St. Louis. Home run Sii.ib r.
Brooklyn, Joly 31.--Biitsl.urKh bat
ted Allen hard, took advatitai?e of
BfOWn'a wildness and hit Kn.mun
while Brooklyn was making errors yes
terday and won. R H I'"
I'lttsbur. h I 4 a 0 1 0 1 1 0 - 7 tl 1
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 -2 8 4
Batteries -Cooper and Blkoon; Al
len, Brown, Bmrtnaa and Milbr. Two
base hits - Krll. BlttsburKh; Miller.
Brooklyn. Three -bang hit Dalton,
New York. July 31,. After winnitiB
nine rnaairiiilTa gaaaaa from Cincin
nati, New York was stopped esterda.v
by a former comrade, Leon Ames, arba
shut them out. Malhewson pitched a
splendid Maine for New York, but n
wild throw b) Meyers defeated him
in the ninth. R II
Cincinnati ....0 0000000 2 2 C 3
New York ... .0 0 a 0 11 0 a n n 0 4
Batteries Ames and Clarke; Math-
ewaoa ami Heyera Two-base hit
IMiiladclphia. July 31. After Bhila
delphia won the Ural name here yes
tcrdav in II lahinga ChlcagD turned
the tables in the second. Alexander and
Lavender had a duel m the opener, in
the second ame Vaugfcg kept the
hotne team's hits Hrattrted. B II I
Chloago . .0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 o tl 0 ft 373
PfcHa 1 0 a a 0 11 1 1 0 a ft 1 4 0 4
Batteries Lavender, 1 lumphrics and
Brosnahan; AlegaBdar ami Dooln,
Two-base bit Elmmerman, Chicago.
Three-base hit Magee, PMlagatyBav
Home run Ctavath, I 'hiladolphia.
Second M.M!i" It II I
Chicago 1 ft - ft 1 hi 0 0 1 - l 7 0
Phltadelphls 0 1 0 I 0 a 17 I
Batteries Vaughn ami Bresnahan;
Bixr. oegchger, Baumgarehaer ami
Kllllfer. Two-base hlta Vaughn Chi
bagO; Lnderiis. Magea, PhJladtotpihkt,
Federal I segue.
Brooklyn. July It. Brooklyn ami St.
Louis split a double-header here cs
terday. St. Louis hatted BoatSH ami
1 lhapelle bard m the opening 1 outsat.
Cl chill was unable to hold the locals
m , be k iii 1 as ' roiid gagao, it 1 1 I
St. Louis 13 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 9
Brooklyn 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 2 0 - 2
Latter lea Ciootn and Simon,
ton, Chapelle, JtlUl and Land.
SI. Louis 0 tl 2 ft ft 0 a a 0
Brooklyn 2 ft 1 0 0 0 0 1 x
Battertea Crandall ami
4 0 :
nitnerUU and dwens.
Buffalo, Jul) 31. ClmaKo and Buf
falo divided a double-hesder here rs
terday. The llrst camr was a pltrh-
. rs' battle botwesa Pord ami Kisk. six
. f Chlcago'a runs In the ggg gSBM
were acored 0g kWO hesfty homrs.
R II I
ChlCggg 000ft 001) 10 1 5 2
Buffalo 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 x- - 3
Daftteriea nag and BJllaawi
BaessaJ tame It
Chicaga 4ftftftftOft3:i N
Huffulo 0 00200300 5
Battertea lange, Mendrlx
Block. Anderson and Lavlgne, Allen.
the World of
Black Champion Is on Road to An
other Big Fortune
The wise ones ure ClaMnlng that
there is a real rabbit's toot in Jai k
Johnson's home. A sport writei says:
"Considering thai acoordlni to averj
paasonahla deduotiog Johnson ought t
tie incapacitated, 'hroho' and trying to
show the court why he shouldn't serve
a Jail sentence, on no other urounds
than that he's the luckiest guy livlag
can his present day happy condition
"The Ktnoke is 36 years of ape and
according to rim; history in- agght to
he :i mark for th other heavies, but
it's a clm h that there is no boaV in
the business today who can drop him
in a t WORtl -round battle,
"Johnson has been trimmed by pro
moters, antsssaed by lawyers, lined by
courts and mulcted by his own plSSS
gaaa ami vices, but tia ir he is today
with tin- start of another fort das ami
at least $100, 00a more In Bight.
"The champion is wanted in Chicago
in an appeal trial lor a penal Offense,
but he's In BgfOpS wlyire I'rame idol
jgSg him and the public does not turn
lip Its nose at his white wife. Since
winning his crown, Johttaon b is fought
tin one but Cheeses. Now that all the
gOOO! lighters ure dead of out of the
way, there are only a lot of WOaktltlgS
for Johnson to tackle. Jack has the
following battles in Bight!
with Sam Langfortt, October, in
"With IssftigBa Carpeatler in PYancs;
iate not set.
"With C.unboat Smith, match not
made, but on its way.
"With Jesse Willard. bout Vet to DC
arranged, but in ths bands of Jtmm)
At bis regular price of $30.1100 for
Bach bout, the big smoke stands ready
to clean up lt0,000 and he will hava
his share of the moVttlg pictures to
President Wrenn of Cup Committee
Thinks U. S. Will Win.
New York. July 31. -Cpon Maurice
McLiOttghlln i.sts the chief harden
lefendlna the Davis cup. which
lb bert D. Wrenn. chairman of the Am
Sftegg cup committee today predicts
will remain In this country. Mr. Wrenn
said the cogamlttee pinned Its faith
Upon MrLi.iiKhlm and added that the
Champion was now at the top of hie
Kame; that he was in perfect physical
tondttloa ami thai bis playing was be
wUdtirfhg, Concerning tho othat mem
hers of the defending team Mr. Wrenn
spoke hiKhiy of the work of Williams
ami Behr. but eras inclined to believe
that Bond) was a trifle heavy, a con
dition be hoped would be overcome he
fore the International matches neai
Chairman Wrenn announce!' thai
Pro aidant Wilson, forme:- pn 1
Roosevelt. Sir Co 1 1 A. Spritm 1th e, the
British amhaasadur, ami Mayor .b i o
PurrOy Mitt bel had been fgvtted tu
witness the challenge rottRd ft r tin
Mayor Mltchel and former Presldonl
Booses elt have already aCCOpted the
invitation, t'baiiman Wrenn expects
a favorable repl) to his Invitations
from Bresbbiii Wilson and (he British
ThO lOrolgn teams now in Hie: n
try from Qreal Ltitaln. Australia and
C.ermany will coma to New Torh "
Ptttabur h, July si. Ptitsbursh d
Irate, 1 K.invi Cilv yesterday I i ksoli
allowed oUll i bils and was l..o ke.l
up by BSgBaihWal Mebtinu B II I
Kggggg CMy ..00 1 1 1 0 0 o 0 a 1
Bittsburah nouflSDOlx- 1 9 2
Hatterles Adama and Ki n rlv
Dickson ggtd Belli .
Baltlm. re. July 31. Indianap. lis
Bnltlnioro name postponed; rain.
Minneapolis. ., Cleveland, t
Milwaukee. B; Louisville, 9,
St. Baul-Colnmbus name p. Iponed.
IS WHITE HOPE
Huge New York Pitcher Would
Wear Pugilistic Crown
Hsu Yotk, July 31. - if John HoGraw
isn't CSJSfUl he'll wake up SS4BB niotn-
kag to Bad thai Big JOB Tssreau has
Jumped the Ciants and taken a Job in
the White Hope, leaiuie. For Tesreau
BSCretly nurses thg ambition of some
daj aaarlai tin- crown that ones dec
orated the dome of Jim JefTlieS. thr
man whom it is said Tesreau resem
bles Kreatlv in both physical and racial
appearance, and which likeness won
for Tesreau the nickname Jeff.
But Bate so far has ruled against
Tesnau BOCOaalng a pUgittst and it
seems that Kate will continue so to
rule, assisted by Mrs. Tesreau. who Is
very much Opposed to JelT's pUKihstie
Jeff yearns t brln back to the
white ra e the ( town that Jack John
mui angti had from IsflDrkaa And those
who know Tesnau's skill as a boxer
and who know of his terrible atrsagth
and the terrlllc punch that he carries
in either saag Bwl thai if properly
trained Tesreau soon would rank as
the groatsai heavy aralghl ti bier in the
Tasraas Brsl cowaseted with ths pu
KiUstlC amb;Li. n whi'n he enierKed
from his teens. He was as IniKe and
as powerful then as he Is now. It is
quite likely thai be would have tuken
a whirl at UsS professional Bghtlng
Kame then If his parents hadn t dis
There was another reason, to,.. Just
about that time Testrau was startliiiK
various communities by his pitching
feats. It seemed tertaln then that a
briUiani 1 ttura was in agars for hmj in
has. i.aii. sj horeaa. in puglllam, his fu
ture was a (iiiestion. s... leg hokag a
Sgglbla p rson. stin k to the trade that
was stir, lo brim, home the bacon
.b f; has ion. e berome Qtllte famous
as a pllrhnr and quite disgusted with
the poor crop of white hopes that have
boon harvested sin e jgaTrtea was sen;
into the discard. If some hope doesn't
rise up soon and make a noise like a
regular Rghten it's pasathla that Jeff
Toaroau may busl isoas tesan the tic
that bind ami BgOVS ht4 httgS BjUgSS
into the puKilistic BPOtllght And tlUM
MSSSTS, John-oil, Willaid, Smith, et
a I., may beware.
HEAVY WEIGHTS POPULAR.
Matchmakers Beak Signatures of Good
New fork, July II. U seems as
IhouKh the kXAl club matrhmakers
would aoonsr sinr up heavy wehthts
than boxers in any ether " hiss. Just
is aagg as the mananers of the be B I
lows show any inclination to match
their nu n the prbhfotera gel busv and
make them good offer.-.
As SVldeaOB of this two more Import
ant rontfcatg twos 1 big erappsri
were clinched today. Lilly C.lbson.
Pjagager of the Stadium A. C, signed
up Joe Jeanette ai.d BattMfcg Jim
.!. hi:: on. Die lOWBSd "he iv les." to en
Bgga In aaUilhg" ten-round i'o at his
Mub on the night of August t, and
Johnny WulSSmahtel sc. 11 red Pre.l
(Bailor) Pritts the BrouBlya t'Khter.
to meet Untiling Levlnsky in a ten
round go at a show ,.f the Bn adwav
Sporiinr. rtab .f Lto. klvn on Auuiisl
MAY PREVENT OLYMPIC.
Gene ,il European Wsr Would Stop
BOM Yotk. .Lily 31. Thr war clou I
that hover Id o k over Lumpe may
put a hit damper 1 11 the athletics ac
tivities the world over for several ye ns
Iii come Should the worst happen ami
Bafope be plunged into a gghsral vv.ir
there will be no Buropean entries In
oag Penams -PacMHs exposition Kame-.
1 yc.r hue. a ad If Uermany should
tSt int.. a war with France ..r Russia,
the Hermans will llinu thernsclv- x into
the conllict heart and soul, and win 01
lose there will not lie time enough and
enerny aggagB lf' after the BtrUgg
for the tirmans to or anl.e the Iuk
Olympic meet at Berlin.
SHOWS HOW LUCK
FIGURES IN BALL.
! v v v ' v v v
A manager can t always tell when a
pit. lor is "right." and then- are times
when a pitcher himself isn't certain of
Joe MOVMk, one of (he star pit' hers
of the association, warmed un with
three of his rluhmute-s before tin- tlrst
name on Tuesday. Clark watchod
them. f thr tlllee he sele' trd ibclik
as the best. The Bruins kno. im .1 him
tliff kk one round.
Thorn wus nothing kaaTltBg about his
slants and his eogtrol was .rippled.
HovMk kggajad to be sent bm u in the
aeOOBd Kame, and was given another
1 l.iiii' p. He had v ry thing in the uni
verse, as the Baying runneth, a bum
in the tlrst. a bear in thr BCCond. ami
all in one gftsrnooa. You never egg
tell about this game of baseball.
WELSH COMING IN FALL.
Champion Will Give White Chance at
Chicago, July 31. PreddtB Welsh.
lightweight ohaanaioa of the world, will
give Charlie WhMs a cban.e at the
title, but only if the purse is to bis
liking'. Weigh in a cable stated he
would be in America iii October and
that hia tlrst Bgh! aa champion would
likely be ataged on Thankagi viag day.
He doesn't sa V bite will be the Brsl
mun to meet him. The lightweight
who .an draw thr blBgWai gate will be
his lirst opponent. But he will meet
White If thr purs.- offered him is big
And it is no certainty that the White
match will be at 133 pounds ringside,
a stipulation made in Wat- '. chmlkBBg
to the champ. 'Tin champion and I'll
do the dictating oil till Weight malter."
was the way l r.l.r eapfoagod himself
in the cable. Prom the way Welsh's
cable is worded it apgesra lie Would
rather Bghl in America than abroad.
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RACING AND TENNId.
SOX TO INVADE
Plans for Baseball Tour Already
Chicago, 111.. July It. Bresldent Co
aaiake of the While Sox. having re-
. allied his land leK. is bellilllnB to
pine for the briny. Recently he was
looking logging! in the direction of the
River of Doubt" and surrounding ter
ritory, which, translated in words,
means that he is cotilemplat iug invad
ing South America, with the White Sox
"Lil.e the trip around the world, a
jeorne) t" Booth Ajweriea is saauguslag
to gtOU on me," said Mr. Cotniskey. "I
don't see how we ran keep away from
there, so we astghl Just as well get
randy for. the trip. Ws need another
team with us. but even if we shouldn't
I yuess we ooutd rerruit two teams,
anil in that easo ths players would be
the best in the country. No second
hand material will g". That is cer
tain, it will be ivv., tlrst-ck'.ss teams.
"i don' I oats whether a trip would
pay . r n't. All we want to do is to
show the people of the earth mir na
ti nai Kair.r. After South America It
will be Afrlra. ami then -well, we
ought t" have a pennant Winner for
the .-..nth aMa fans by that time, as WS
will have no mora werhta to conquer."
President Comigkoj arould not say
whether or not he and M.Craw had al
ii ady wi.iknl ..ut the details, or even
if tile QBaata weir to gB along, lillt
from hlnta dropped the etaaaoea are
that liny will.
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