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MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SEVEN DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Father Doesn't Gut Much of a Figure after All San -wJ rjT fssSS i ! " f';wrlr I HID OF THOSE VlilToRi OVCKUOAXM Wrm WOKl- I M,M7 N,CE 0F Ti,f I V vp , ' n. 7 rivse X S gC AND THINK VF rfJ MA , And it loW'tHci, r TAkn 'T TH ' WAV1 V THr'"' " ;-' '" v 1 I ( CfLtiZj ' I PvfiN TH'NK OF- MOiNt,' I AVr(Mvff h iVhAr A "f 1 I lv B i A AWAV i KATI ro BftEAX VJle ''AMI 'v' KX-R I 1 7 "i. " ' VlHI NtWS ro (Hf'uK.sl (tMAT'j ALL -WCM V'T- "J mJrWM LV( 'A T j r .rPTril 111. kr n. M'Hr V.l( .i,,,, ----- I II I , I 11 I L LEADING EVENTS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT GRIDIRON GANG NOW LOOMS UP Season to Be One of Most Nota ble in History of Sport HECLA TEAM IS TIGHT FINISHES TWENTY ROUNDS New York, August in. Bpectrs Ilka football la beginning lb siali; bassbalL Although the procpsetlva pennant Mtawri and world's championship COBtendera are yet iti Dm malum; lln iridlfon Kiirne Is barely a month away. Coaches and candidate! for the iltvti ;irr ItudylBg tin- rules anew ami MM the tackling dummy will tremble and may under tin- clutch of the BBgSf i tr, tot "i Saturday, September ih, On Initial CSH to mimic conflict will ixiuml mill from thai day until the Hint Saturday of DteafBlMf football and wsbc in in short but no tir reign. tewed from every angle the ap ;. ng season promises to he a must iwnaikahle and record broallng PSfiod in the gridiron sport . More than eoflege and high schools arc ached' lad in the cant, .south and middle seat, and conteeta arc to bs ptaysd on every day aicapt temdaj during the tWO ami in -li.ilf months of the foot - ball cycle, Michigan-Harvard Grme. n . 1 1 m Rvmbar nf Kames at Qua is the aaatlng aaaow dapondlngj lor its fanV , anravar, for the Itli onntpfilffn will witness featnrai tiiat chum (Ootboll to atand on( with unusual BTonalnaneOi M;m apectaevkar Intaraac tlonaj con laau ara achadiUadi 1st lndinK the liar-vanl-Mirhinan ifam'. Hoth Yale and Maeaton tmlvaraltlaa afffl iadlemta ata ami nmmmoth atavdtonM. A host of brnar famoua players win bopom aa i and i itie.s to hui: i.ik football MM ara unfamiliar will ent rtai i akvana, aotabty Washington, arbara HM Mii-.avy pgaaa will M played. As haa DOM the ease for several Bam lh Carllala Indians and the Al Mighl I'ollegl oleven have the hOBOfOf "Hwninp i in- aanaon arttn the gaina set i"r WHturday, Septemher 1!'. t'ormdi faHawa cloaa oaj their heels with the " arm, si t minus (,n the following u"a-' Say, and on the BUOCOadblg Baturday Harvard, Yale. Princeton, taaaylvania, Dartmouth and a host af other elevona It various pawta of tba caaati) iwlns teat action, ghtrty in wmner the middle western and aatbarn university t.ims don pjola "kin nn.i fr,,tn all point of the BOM' aaj am noma the polaM of tfeoddlni and the elash of tackier Ami LEADING LEAGUE! INDICATE CLASS Lakes Defeat Ahmeek on the Cal edonia Diamond STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. HecU . . Ahmeek Hubbell Lakes . I Vita nc. I' t. .MY .182 Giants, Cubs and Cardinals Lead in the National League Although the BeC la team's ame. ached tiled for Saturday, was postponed, oWiiiK to the ahsem-e of several play ers with tba CaJuflBgtl Kiinim-crs, Ah gaaeb'a unexpected defeat at the hands of the Lake team, nave the loeada the leaRue leadership. The tlnal aOOfa was I to 1 and the rami' was the only one played in the leaRUe. It was Hiltu nen's tirst defeat In einht starts. Qlaaaefa pitching for Lake Linden leaved the wav to victory and his op ponent, Mlltunen, served a Brand of Pandora that was pretty nearly an ef fective, i-ive hits were secured from pitchers, Q teener allowing two and Hlltunen three. Qteaner fanned nine, while EUltUneB struck Ottt three. The errors did not contribute toward the acoriag. Longpre'a double in the fourth BOored a runner mid he counted a few minutes later on the aaeond hit for the innliiK. I'evv l.alls were handl ed ly the I'UtMeid. the bBtlefa being unahle to connect hard BOOUgh except in two tnninga, to send the ball out af tiie diamond. The score ly ItniiiiL's: The score: R ll l Ahmeek 000 BBJ tiu Lakes 000 20M OHO2 :i Itatteries Hiltiim n and Miihaelson leaner and Pbtrb. of the aeaaon. Clooa to l b ' wem rival and well matched are at heduled, the princlpad tea B i c Games in October. Bafora the month chasm the premier ' ' m r th uintry will aogfal to iBai feaa worthy of their boat efforts lin,i the Beaaou win bs at Ua belgh fbt schedule for the middle Saturday "! "' '"" is typical of the ineiensitiK , v" I at lisle plays Pittsburgh; is Trinity; princMon fgg- ' tThtOgaJb lines up against m RtSte Unlvoratty of lows: Oregon WaBtlllsftnn State: WIs d Purdue elash. and the "had Btatag Naval Academy will ea- ara tdagi by jour yim tn " !a'M'lna to piT the DglVBfalty "f ''"mi" hanla eleven. r"n this date on the Idjr Kames WJaa rapidly, Haiurday, Oetoher 14, Ma mong other prominent contests: vs. Pennsylvania state; CoT vs. Hrt.wn; l'rlnooton vs. Dart ! Cbteggg vs. Purdue; Midiluan "J ByracUBB; Pennsylvania vs. GmT '",": WlllUngai vs. Trinity, ami Yale " ' '; 11 lUltOg and Jefferson. The W Saturday of the month will witness ' J Jtgeat Intersertlonal game of the 'beg MhhlKan plavs Harvard a- Canthfidge, Mhf Oth.p Important Games. r Ser-tlona. ho.vovr u-lll out l.e ""g In "1 Ro J Wis feature conteBtfl for 'ornell 1 row plav at Ithaca, CblCBgO mfdn nl UIimk PaMlila Symcuaa at Buffalo; Dartmouth IWheral at Hanover: Prlneetnn Wllllama at Princeton. Notre and BTmA-ii .ji , a ... . ' ' ' VandfrirlN and Virginia at "Mile. v. bgaj and i 'oleata ,i Ha " ' p-h'i ; h anla and warth- Th W Philadelphia. I ' I i 1 1 u SI 1 1 i.. ,1 r v ...i ... JjMM the nnllagi aawBUa gf all age on edge for the championship genu ! am: i re conteaal being: Minnesota Wisconsin; Vale vs. Brown: Pennayl vanla vs. Michigan: Mississippi vi Tulane: Tcnms.-ce vs. N'andcrlult PVnnaylvanla state vs. Lehigh i Wea cyan vs Williams and arllsle vs Holv CroBS. Ill the ast at least tin attention of the majority of footba followcra will be centered upon the Harvard-Princeton gome al Cambridge The second Saturday of November will he a red letter day In football Princeton onetis the new Palmer Mc- merial Stadium With the Vale am Cornell soea to Ann Arbor to play Michigan and Carllala to Chteago t' fac the Btrong and spectacular N'otn Dame eleven. Harvard has llrown an opponent; ByracuBe and Colgate clash: lllinoia .and I'liiiaun imct in their annual conflict; Pennsv lav atiia and Dartmouth do likewise, while Vir- gtajia ami Bwarthmore; urauleyaa and Trltiltv VVashliurtoii and ( regoti and a score of other id.n uumes round out Hie dav. Climax of Season. The football clBSlSC of the rear will be played the following. Saturday. No enil.ei I when Hi tenuis of Tule and Harvard meet. UnUBttgl features mark Ihls game, for It will serve the dedicating attraction of Yale's new stadium, ucneralh termed "ihe bowl,' a depressed cltvular structure built to accommodate, tio.aoo spe. i. it. us. Part- mouth gad yraeuaa pmi w Boat a; Lehigh faces Lafayotta; Chicago nad .Minnesota elash; WlBCt isln and Illi nois are oppooenta and many other ... ,'... .11. names feature ine o.v. in- - Pennslvanla match Is the premier at traction in the east oil mum. Dav. but other aectlona have equally intereeting gamea. noire w Hvracuse in the latter college's stadl- VTralnla and North Carolina meet at Richmond; Vand rbll( ahd Iba Dnf rural ty of the south of Pfaahviiia ana Louisiana and Tulane al New Orleans. Tiie season closes with the Army- Navy game at Washlmiten the fellow- gaj saturdav. and tba ggma betwaag th.- i wo inited states tramlng n.-ad-BgMaa I- iM.ec.ed in take aa added pIctureoqueaBBa la its capital setting Kor vears th. se who are most Inter ested in giving this contest a real gov ernmental sanction and atmosphere have sought to have th gum hetween ,bo soldiers and aallora played at flubs that are pennant possibilities Invariably make good ahowlnga In extra-Inning gamea i to o battles ami i-ontests that are decided In the ninih spasm. That Is what a veteran bBBB ball man says, the same bglWg I'tauk Buncroft, hiialnaaa managar of v.w Cincinnati Reda and the truth of hla remark is shown b.v the fact that in contests of these varieties the Cubs, Giants and 'Cardinals, now having fl three handed acrap for tba National league goafhlon, have been much more successful than the other BVB teams. I'p to last Monday .ri gaflMa had bOUtl played in the Nationnl league in Which the issue was settled in either the ninth or extra innings or Ml the bagta of i to o. The Cardlnala had won eleven of these enKaM'inents and so had the Hraves. but Hugglno men had dropped Ottly seven of these con, lints. while BtalUnga' athletea bad lot eleven eaonpo. Tug Cardfnala' percentage in the Narva leuguB, was .fill; the Braves' .500. The club that has shown the greatest aptitude for getting the deci sion in tight mines is Chicago, with a percentage of ,7M, New lurk, follow ing with ,Stf, Tba Cardinals are third With .ill: the Phillies fourth, with Jgf; the Itraves lift li. with .".on; th Pirates and Pels sixth, with .161, and the Superbas eighth, with ,3ns. Th 1 animals and Cubs have won the most gamea Ig tba ninth inning Rvu; tin Braves arc setting the pace In l to o wins, with four, and the i'hillies have taken tba greatest number of overtime . vents, seven. I'.rooklvti still has to win 1 1 I to 0 contest and Cincinnati thus far has not registered a victory In an extra-inning affair. Si. Louis hasn't been beaten once g the ninth. Hill Sweeney of the Cubs has been the player most prominent in driving in the winning tallies in the tight games in which his team has partici pated. Ha lias been ., the bre.ik-it-Up fob four times, his war club bring ing victory to Chicago in the ninth Inning twice, in the tenth inning onoe and in the sixteenth inning once. Na tional league players who have deliv ered hlla that hive broke,, p a pair of games are Wilson of the Cardinals, Joseph Kelly of the Pirates, Cravath, Lmlerus and Lobari "f the Phillies .ind I hi) ! of the Hants. AD NOT THROUGH YET. Cadillac Scrapper In Line For Sev eral Bouts. i BdlllaC, Aug. 10. "I have not a kM r good lights left m me nnd I'll will several big l.atlles in this section, be fore spring . otnes around." So spoke Ad WotgSal when asked if be was through with the fighting game. Ami Ad looked as though he meant what he said. Wolga.M doesn't Intend to do snv i.oilnn this month, but he de. lnres he may fst into actio,, at Kalamazoo or I lent . n Harbor on Lgboff Day. "DoC Harmon la hot after Ad for another late and our poses to semi the Cadillac scrapper against Manool of Tommy lary. Ben ton Harbor would nk.- to nee Ad and hit v in a n-roiind mill. aymggM will bg seen In some big i rapa In Milwaukee earl this winter if present plans materialize. Ad easily la the beat drawing card that BVBff ap peared In the BsBt city and already several promoters are planning to semi Wotgast against some of the hi ones In the lightweight division. Ad admits that he and Itlt. hie are verv likely to mix early in the winter. He snvs P.it- hle isn't so chesty now, and that he probabl) will boa without beinK guar anteed a fortune. Wolgist h certain e can ,ive Willie an awful trimming. i. nt he Isn't so confident as regards ins blUty to defeat Welsh. W. lRnst haa i, more respsci for the Bnglbihman than ba haa f..r ahy othsi lightweight ARE SUFFICIENT Claim That Present Title Bouts Are Too Short, Unfounded ABE ATTELL IS VALET TO VALUABLE LIBRARY. I T New York, Aug. 11 following the unsatisfactory results of two big boU ii,K contests In the past month the Jobnaon-Moran bout in Paria and the Welsh-ltlti hie mati h in London - there has been a hue and cry raised against the present twenty-round limit, espe cially for chumpionshlp contests. Sug- geatlon has been made thai hereafter all little bouts be arranged for forty -five rounds, even if thej must he held in M glCO or Monte COTlO or lilbSriB. However, study of the BgBgillgl box ing contests held slm e the sport was rehabilitated as "the manly art " abOWg most BOnvlnclngly that twenty rounds give ample time for B willing, hustling. BggrUSSlVa bOSOr to demonstrate his superiority over his opiauient. A list of thirty-three bouts which went a total of .".0'J rounds, show an average of a'little more than RftSBU rounds. If from that table were taker, the two Sullivan fights In whleh he battled thirty-nine ami m v enty-flve rounds re spectively against "'barley Mitchell' and Ji'.ko Kllram, the average would he about twelve and a half rounds. And if the two memorable bouts of Hauling Nelso,, of o itv-two and forty rounds respectivdv a-alnst Jo" Cans! and Ad W'oluast were I dudtod IBS al - ' eiage is only a little mure than ten rounds Apparently it is not the limited iiimi bat of rounds that is responsible for the disappointing results of ntun j bouts recently. It would seem from the performances of da hears of ether I days that It Is the supercaut io and conserv atisnt of the modern BOgStS, who haVS an eve t.i the mov ing pic-j tur"s. that SttOUgh film may be nride to produce a g I show; a,, c.e t. tlnlr bands that thoy may tint bs broken by any Wild, virions BWlngS, and an eve toward a return match, best obtained by showing a tu t to i marked snperloritv over their uppon ents that is the cause of so man: matches going the limit to a draw or " refi lls 's decision. ( T A OTO AIT 1 Lsi Son, Aug. 10. a ba Attsll, r. a rati featherweight i hatnpion sugar, is go. lug back to New York on the Phllsdel. phia with a stateroom all to himself, and has in his care $.',00,000 worth of rare mSBUSCrlpta and books. Thin is bow It happened: George D. Smith, the New Yoll. hooli d aler, who has heen over here for several months buying up the treas ures of the Karl of Pembroke's library ami other famous collections, had a stateroom on the Philadelphia, which left restsrday with a aeara or Autsrl- Can millionaires in the steerage. He has M,0M worth of books and autograph letters at the lierkeley hotel snd many urgent matters to attend to here, which prevented him from gat tini; awav. He wanted, however, to BBttd a large CoeungngBOnt Of books 111 B tlay's delay to New York, so lie looked around for somebody who Would take psnoBSd charge; of them Mr. Smith saw Attell and BBksd him if he wanted to go back to New York in a stateroom. "Very much." said At n il. So the dealer Btaysd up all night superintending the packing of most of the PsBB broke coflectioB, including CaXton'fl and others of the most rate able specimens of early printing. At tell is now the guardian of the treasure. Cor WBtChmg aeroplane flights with out straining the neck an inventor has patatiad a mirror to he attached to the end of field gteSBSa at any dSSiTSd raglr JOHNSON TURNED DOWN. French Government Doesn t Want "Foreign Legion." Paria, Aug. lo. -The 1'Yencl, govern ment has not yet accepted Jack J. din son's offer to utilize his flub ting ability in the urniv. The American pugilist, now a I'Yeni h citizen, has rspSStedlg tried to enliM. As he has only tSjtBB OUt preliminarv CitiBM papsrs he is ineligible under the call to the colors and he rBBBOl come into the army as an Americun because the war oltlce haa announced that for the present no "foretgB legion" will be BOOSgtSd, Johnson, whose pofiularltv was wan ing, finds himself suddenly a popular idol. He turned over to the army all ids automobllsa Britain coasusBsa !4,fa,SBjs tone a coal ganuatty for domestic purposes alone. Safe Guard Your Health and the health of your little ones In Summer Weather Six Reasons Why V FCR ) -J H - Icrl u- "PASTEURIZED" mmm wnm ABSOLUTELY PURE AND WHOLESOME MADE IN OUfl CWd CREAMERILS AND PACKED FRESH FROM CHURN HUTCHINSON PRODUCE CO., hutchinson. m.nn. SATURDAYS GAMES. American League. Chicago, 4; Washington, R; Srst Same. 1 'lib ago, 1, Washington, J; BBCUUd game. 'lev eland, 4: Philadelphia, :,. I etrolt. 2 : Boston, 5, St. I.ouIh, 1; Nee T rk, :': 11 Imilm Natienal League. Brooklyn, I; 1 !hl ago. 1. Brooklyn, I; Chicago, .1 PhlladslbhiB, I; Plttsbrg, 4. Huston, 4 ; Clm Innatl, New York, I; St bOttbX Federals. Brookiyb, 1 Broosiynl IrSt gama Washington Phliaflelphfa. I'i incetoi, ind N"w fork have all entertained the rm and NBV Corps and It IsarTltlng Umax to a imst unusual and BUBO tad- lar season that this name be plaved al I lie nation's t apltal. Chicago, t Chicago, ; Hi'iHinlvn, 1; a ml ga me. St. Louis, ; pittgburfi 2. Ktinsas Cltv ,8; I . iffalO, indkMMlgolla, 4: llaltlmote, 1; llrst game. Indianapolis, 0; Baltimore, second game. CAN TOW THE SHAMROCK. New York Yacht Club Waives Re quirement Because of War. New York, Aug. 10. -Boi BUBB of the j danger of the sb tmri k IV. being cup- , tursfj b German warships the Stm i York Yacht club on Friday sent a WlrsleSB tO the captain of Kir Thomas Upton's yacht Krln. to take It In tow and take It Into this port. I'nder the deed id gift of the Am erica's dub the challenging yacht must proceed under her ow n rail. This was waived on the first and second Sham rocks, but was to have been enforced on the Shamrock IV The Krln ma rroS tow the latter to port and If, after the war, a yacht rio Is arranged, the Shainio '.. can pan Dgie. without fear of disqualification. Will Protect You gJgUgJg it is made of Scientifically Pasteurized RPfATTSP U is FREE FROM DISEASE GERMS, -" jj and, therefore, absolutely pure and whole some. 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