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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914.
DOINGS OF PIRATES SUFFER FROM OLD IDEAS Veteran Fan Accounts for Poor Showing by Clarke's Men w York, Aug. I. -After watching i , PlmtM in ttMlr names Wttti the tllants and Dodgara veteran baseball man uf "'is olt iipnnid ii"' opinion thai they an- likely in staj down NR the cellar for a while. n feurdd that L' ik. s Irani has become thoroughly demoralised from the unexpected buf teta that dragged it clear down to the bottom from a commanding position. 'From what OOllM ho Been in their imi t Greater New VorK iUe principal fault of the Pirates Is an absolute lack i : pitching amhit ion.'' he .says. "The tag has an air of dtaregard for the I rk in hand. Any tram will look sad ! . hind weak twirling. Clarke has made the very eotMBon : - ike of clinging too i iik to old mea Ui Old ideas. HIm Is not u modern Sg gtgatlon, because It has nkci illced H'i . (1 l liitlinK power, and speed is ,m ftbaoluU essential to piesent day Ruceem. "No doubl t'larUe aiipfeciates his ! rora more keenly than do hi critics. RolM Wasn't hililt In day, and a bg -hall club cannot bt NOOM1 i u ted in nonl h Of a MggOgi "John .1. Mciraw pauses for a wily kiki.iI. Kill it timk M.Craw Jnst nix yoAM i" rabtllid the Old world's chatn plOM of IIM that went to pieces ill ItOI, The OfcHU of that year Igurod to OUtapHnt the Hold M easily as the Athletics did in the American league thii Mason, it ttxik Connta Mach the ean to mold another pennant winner lifter McCraw showed him to mich dis advantage in the Morid'a series of M'GOORTY COMING HOME SOON Other American Boxers In Australia Ready To Leave. New York, Aiik. S. The exodus of American bosars who hgva baan in v tralia for aoiaa gtontha paal is Rchedulad to bagfg in a few days and III 1 moflth all will he on their way hOtnOi Joe BhUgrua of Jersey I'lty, Wh ' baa made a big hit with the Anli I" 'h alis. hilB only one more bOUt tO ' ' .ik'.' iii hefore saillnK. his contract With Snowy Maker catling for four con tests. Hla victories over McCoy and Mehegan have made the Jerscyitc a "lite in Kangaroo iand, a.s these i inked at the high mark in tha IlKhtWelgbl ( lass. He lost one hout on 1 ' is. bUl his work in the two other I ittles has more than offset tills one reverse. Activity in the lightweight ranks hould pick up somewhat on Bhugrue'a arrival here and, and as Ititchle has announced his intention f Bgnrtng In icveral hunts, Bhugrua will undoubted lj be oiih of his opponents. There la II lioxer in the light weight tlivlsion v ho Ulbt be expected to keep the ex- U ion as husy as Shiixrue would kaaa him. J I mm j Clabby, Bddla kfeOoortf and POLITICAL William J. Galbraith Seeks the UK it it i. (can NOMINATION for Prosecuting Attorney I tha Primaries. August 25th, 1914. ND 'ANr Pn Vou wuy uE'p WHAT AWli JS. It V 5J J C Tm nA S0W! WAU Ul HE JSnNV THf.f PoNr W ANI DE-AD OKC (UlJU f-S BMT TWNjJW I 0, -TrtAI " , I k M L " . TW (Kit DA 'AkFAW- A VT ,7 HAi To SPfcNP Wt v t-MOKL WJiH J gK34 QUA.TVTER ! vl-Pp'T V ' 11 HoiiKhton Ci,imt neods a competent, capahle. gBBaadaule PTOBSTUt ii'K Attorney; one who can and will perform the dutiei of M office proinntijr and etn. h ut iv, without neeedleaa expanaa ta the County. To the voters of Rssjgdtton Conaty i subawll my racord at i "tan and niy repiittitlou as a dtlen and as a lawjor. and solicit v.uir support at 1 ba pvkssirtaa, W.M J. C.AI.PIJAITII. tttgf itBBf QtBHIgIBIBBltlBHII I f' THE V AN LEADING EVENTS r L BASEBALL STANDING OF THE TEAMS. American League. W. li. ivi. Philadelphia (54 M .C.r.3 Hostoii 4" .r.."i4 Washington 45 .545 Detroit 5I 4 .520 ChiciiKO 4! .'.L' .4S5 st. Lenta 4s 5i .45 New York 45 Id .44ti Olavahuid x To JM National League. w. E Pat New York 56 .'!K .58 Chicago 54 45 .545 St. Louis 53 41 MM Host on 4! 4H .516 i'hilailelphla 46 .470 Cincinnati 47 5i' .475 Brooklyn 41 II .441 Plttdburgh 41 54 Federal League. v. L Pet I'.altimore 53 41 .564 Chicago 56 44 .560 Brooklyn 50 41 .549 Indianapolis 50 45 .526 Buffalo 4S 47 .505 l'ittshnrnh 42 5!t .442 Kanaaa Mty 43 56 ,4.u St. Lo'lis 4:1 57 .4110 TODAY'S GAMES. Americans. Wkahlngtog ai Chk'agQi New York at st. Lankt Boetoa at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. Nationals. Cincinnati ni Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn, st. Louti at New Fork. Pttteburgh at Philadelphia. Federals. Buffalo at Kansas City. Pittsburgh at St. Uiius. Brooklyn at Chicago. Baltimore el Indianapolis. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. Chicago I ; Washington 0. Cleveland o; Philadelphia 4. Detroit :i; Moston L St. I.nis :t; New York 4. National League. New York I; Chicago 4. Moston l : Pittsburgh I. Philadelphia 2; Cincinnati 0. Brooklyn I; Bt Lonta I. Federal League. Plttsburgb 1; St. Louis 2. American Association. St. Paul II; Iflnnaapolls I. fotmg Baylor also have a Itgurd in one I. ..in sack hefore sailing for home and then thai uiii loaa no Hum in starting. ah hav e realised wall on tht Ir trips to Australia, and it would tmt be surpris ing to see another Invasion by Amerl i an I. oxers nOSt winter. ADVERTISEMENT LOOMS FEDERALS RAID MINOR LEAGUES Organized Ball Able to Offer Only Feeble Protection New York, Aug. v When early in the season the I'edeial league Moguls declared they were not going to Stop at picking up major league stars, but Intended also in enter the-mlnor leamie Held and carry off any promising talent found there. Organised baseball was Inclined to pull a snicker up its ruff. Organised base ball wanted to know how the Psda could swipe any talent when the laagUS would he in the dls card by July 4. The) would have no need for talent then, said Organised baseball, who couldn't see the Psda with a Yctke.i tahweopa. But the PsdS have kept riK lit on the joi. and have been making pood then threat by grabbing players urheaevet ami wherever tha opportunity offered The signing of Larue Klrby of Mo bile by the st. Louts Padarnla affords a Rood Illustration of how the Federal lepgua can hamper orgaatead basaball. klrby was the leading pitcher la the Michigan state league last season and alOSg towards the . lose was sold to the New Fork (Hants for a feat hundred dollars. After giving Kirhy a trial Manager McGrsn Bgured that tka youngster wasn't quit' ripe for tha big show and sent him to the MobBe "lnl in tin. Boo tha rn teognn It wasn't very long after Kirhy join ed the Mobile team that he began to shun the gamtfcaa article. He not only took his resrular turn in the Ditcher's i. ox. i.ut played la the uulAell when not doing slab duty. In fact, it was in tl Utile Id that be particularly glist ened, lie soon developed into a fan cy gardener as wwM aa one ei tha land inK heavy hitters oT the leanue. His fine work caught the eyes of a s. ore of hie, leamie scouts and major laagng ClUbg started in to bid for his services. it looked pretty s..tt for tha Mobile cluh, oatUng a star performer whom the "hie, y ardors" were bidding tlnir loads off tO land. The Chicago Cttka hid IMM for Kirhy, hut Mobile re fueod the of'er. sin- Rggrad thai tha BoStOlt Craves were ready to raise the ante to at least $M,iiiin kg real money. While the Mobile cluh WHS dOtSg the "Hesitation" i Pad scout, who was do. ing no Idrtrtlbg, gaanadjdd somehow to net ; Mr. Kirhy. The Fed Ivory hunter said as how it was a line day, that Mr. Kirhy was lOOklttg fine, and that Pad ami league money was fine, etc. An a result of the friendly mur-mlnule . hnt between the tWO larue Kirhy ditched the Mobile cluh and hecame a member of the St. LoUls l-Vderals. For thi' accommodating hurdle tha st. Louis duh presented Larue with $4, nan .a;. and a contract catting for a fancy sal ary. Mobile is out $K,oo(i .-1 ti ,l Kirhy Is fondling a $4. 1 hank roil. The Kirhy case hag caused Southern league managers, and tha m anngara in other minor leagues aa walli to lie awake niKhts trying to figure out scheme that win enable them to save their pluyere from the I lutchdl of the dreaded I'eds. For ICtrby's iop Is be lieved to hs but u forerunner of BUM er.uis other instances or the same kiiiu thai are likely t.. happen this fgll when the Feih rahi go after the minor league plaj era UMPS CAN TAKE CROWDS. Pin Brennaa, arell known ump. Mgri that he considers umjilres better aide to handle angry CTOWds than police men, hiii soys this is true baannga umpire.'! can size men or crowds up at a gktnee. When I started out in this game, says Miennan, 1 had two rules, end I've stUCN to th an ever since. One is always to keep my eye on the hall I and the other Is to study the nature of em h player, After arorklng at this for many radrs we gel ad we enn see) through a man at once." Jack Parry, the Athletics" shortstop, never fielded bSttdf In his life than this season, hut his hitting has heeli er poor. The p.ostoti Kravns si'em to have a little 'loineihlng on th ('hlcago Cuba this season, hnvlmt won 11 of the 15 games ylajed with the u'Dav uutflt. THE CALUMET NEWS IN THE v 4 v v FRANK SHULTE IN ROW WITH MGR. HANK O'DAY; MAY JOIN FEDERALS. ftltvlf I v t New Fork, Auk. I. Europe is uot the only place where there is war. There was a hit of war in the Cub camp last niKiu in which Msnapsr O'Dny and I'rank Sliulte were the par ticipants. Tin y did their struggling in the lobby of (he Hotel Colonial and it resulted in the outfielder drawing aa Indefinite suspension, Tin- manager sent a telegram tO that effect tO Pres ident Thomas last Sight Bchults declared the manager was not giving him a fair chance and de manded to know Why he was taken out of the . ft field. n'Day replied thai he did not deem it necessary to tell him why he took him out, to which BchUlte answered that he did not have nerve enough to tell him. One word follow ed another and before it was over women who were in the lobby scatter ed hither and thither. The verbal fir inn ceased. When the smoke ( h .lied S. hlllte found himself worsted, Inasmm h as be had drawn a suspension without pay. Tile Kansas City Federal league n am is here and it is likely that S. bul la will decide to ca-t his lot with that organization if he Is ;:lon the rl:ht consideration. PUT HIM IN FRONT. Paris, Aug. .V Jack Johnson, French citizen, wants to emulate the example of bis rival for tisti. honors, Qeorgea Carpentier. and Join the French army. Johnson ih not yet a full-Hedged citi zen, although he has taken out pre- limine I ottka nahlp papers, and is, therefore, not remit red to anawsr to the (all go the colors. Johnson has alread) offered to the government his i automobiles LAME TROUBLES TO STOCKS A Wall str.et broker explains tin present slump ..f i he iliants. Hare ll his reason: ' Nearly all the Qianta are heavy in vestors and their slump was caused bj the corresponding drop M Iks market. Mathawaon, however, has tans seme thing to allay the panlcff) feeling by declaring that he is going to keep on i buying aa soon as anj available mar ket opens." Manager Jack Dunn of the Baltlmon Orioles pladg to sell two or three mon of his veteran players and finish flu season with a team of voungators. Summer's Great Demand ia for a coolinn. thirat-quench -ing baveraqe. !t'c a requirement of nature, for that moisture that tha body loses in perepP ing must hs replsnished. The beverage that moit thor oughly satisfies thirst craving is beer, and not only does it supply that demand, but it ia bracing invigorating. It is because it con tsins real nounshment, snd thus we find it in s class apart from most summer beverages. Do You Know Calumet Beer? Among the numerous brands found on the market it is in Clsss A. Its flavor appeals to the rrtan or woman who krowo good beer. Ask for Cslumet Beer. Try s esse. CALUMET BREWING CO. PHONE 274. CALUMET Too Bad Fattier Didn't Know WORLD OF SPORT J J. JACKSON NOW AHEAD OF COBB Georgian Peach Trailing Two Oth ers in the American League Chicago. Aug. 8. Joe Jackson bus assumed leadership of American league batters The Cleveland slugger with an average of -".i. and Bddla Collins Philadelphia, With Ml, arc ahead of Cobb, the Detroit star, with :i4J. Next come 1 taker, Philadelphia. Ml; Four nitr, Chicago, Creo, New York, III; Speaker. Moston. ::.'4; Crawford. Detroit U; C. Walker, St. Louis. Ill; Mclnnb Philadelphia, 111. PkliadoU phiu with Ml and Washington with '4:i, lead the ( luhs. B, Collins and Kaistd, New York, are ahead in Stolen bases, with ns each. Leonard, Boaton. wth 16 wins and I defeats: pen.ier. Philadelphia, with and I, ami Plank. PhlladnlphlSj witi. H and :;. lead tka pitchers, lOrwin. just released by the Brooklyn cluh, holds the had in the National league, with ;i4 Then follow rirant, New York. Ml, Dalton, ltrooklyn. TMt; Decker, Philadelphia, .tja; Byrne, Pbll adelphla, iilj: Mage., Philadelphia, Philadelphia. Ill; Hums. New York. Ill; WinK". st. Louis, 111; Magee, st. Louis, ll; Phelaa, Chicago, ::n4; Dau hert, Brooklyn, ::u4. Brooklyn is on top In club batting With 171 and New fork next with Ids, Heraog, Cincin nati, leads in stolen bases with 3X. Among pitchers. Mstheweon, New Fork, with II and ; J unes, Boston, 14 and I, and Doak. Si. Louis. II and 4, are ahead. Chile this yenr Spends 1111,111 for new railroad blidnes. eee;eeeeee a) Rush Jobs Our Special DeliQht WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of getting one Good Printed Matter and we won't keep you waiting for it any longer than it requires to handle the mechanical part of the work. Isn't it a fact that when you want Letter Heads, Bill Heads or Envelopes, ycu want them in a hur ry? Sure, you do. We don't claim to fill all orders the same day they are received but it would surprise you to know juit how close we come to doing it, and when a job goes out of this office, IT GOES OUT RIGHT. Look over your supply of Stationary and see if you're getting low on any lines. If you are, Call us up and tell us to get busy. We have some attractive style facs, that will make your printed matter good to look at. We'll Call and See You Any Time You Say. THE Q ALU MET NEWS PHOXE 200 FIFTH STREET, CALUMET ee:eeeeees;e BASEBALL GOSSIP FROM MANY CAMPS. Manager Fred Lake has shifted his PltCbburg team, of the New Knglaud si .e, to Mam beater, K. n. I onulavlUe, Milwaukee. Kanaag t'tty tttd Cleveland o,,k to be the teams thai will fiKht it out in a nnisii for tha A mar teas aaaoclntlan pennant. The New York Yanks have been playing regakfr ksnsdssfl of mts and "I'.irdle" Cree's big stick is o e of the principal factors In the Yanks' good Showing. Fidently a ohgnga Of scenery wan just what Mike Mitchell nee dad. The former National banner Is showing some line wares with the WaahingtOfl Senator's. Now that Charley Carr has Joined the Indianapolis Pads Ihe Detroit Tig ers have Klven up the idea of training at Charley's baseball college in San Antonio next spring, After sanklng a runaway rgcs In tha first half of tha Southern Michigan Magus season the Bay City team has jumped out in front La the aecond baa of the sensi n. "Long Tom" KUghOS who was a star pitcher in major bssgUS cmpar.y a doaen eius or longer, hi doiiiK a suc cessful come-back stunt in the Pacific Coast leagaa Followers of the Tri-State leSgSe, Consider Matter, the Trenton shortstop. strong enoggh for the maims. He kj a brilllarit fielder arid is hlttii'; the pill DVar the .'PHI mark Third pa soman MStSgST, f the Log Angeles Pacific Coast laagUtl loam, la s a record of playing in four .ot-.--i.tivc sanies without bttVlttg an; kind of a Balding chanct either psilout, aaakrt or et roi . Two former Boa ton Bravea, II rp My ers of the Brook feds and Beanj Rauft of th,. ladhmapolU Hooaldra, ir-- hnv hai a grand battle for the leadership of ba.-e s testers in the Pederal league. Ni. k Maddox has been rSeSSaed SI HMnagSr ..f tka Wi tilts Western fi rf 0 HHHHK PAGE SEVEN This Sooner Idegtid team and "Peaches" Ghrsham has bash named to succead him. Baak plaer were ut (.rie time well known National ktagllg perfoimers. After netting away to a poor start this season. Tris Speaker has rounded to and is now fairly burning up the American league circuit. The Ited S..x tar gardener is rpcsrvlng a princely eal.iry. and he is earning it. rpinlon seems ta be divided as to the real condition of lany 1-ajoie. Some of the Cleveland followers say that Larry will be the star of old after a short rest, while others believe the great second -sacker is "out" so far as Mg league ball is concerned. 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