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THE CALUMET NEWS SPORTS oomos of VAN LOONS No9 You Gan't Live on Stage Money what po ARB. fofc TMlS NOB. VmHI N WAS ON THE. -SEH0Rf? ME f AN HE IRtiS TAT FELL IN UOVL r gfliaTI TL matter: WW Do VOU 5TANP konnMrv i i W r3- -ri AWHIt Ml ! I'LL ., , i . n c c . K uu " oi".rv.i incuLj i.on oF WORK TO DC. YOU HAD NOUft you V-JW0 DIP V Ml i r Vftuk V VACATiONV Bb. Hfcafe lN;' L4 UUV FE.IL M LoVE WITK AT THE Mfck H07E.L WW03E DM owhLS NlNfcD-PNI IDtSPARTM&NT MoKfcsJ AmSD DIRECTOR in Twentn -four BA.NKJ " pon' i c,ifc. TV! i MET A FOLLOW AT ( I TH mi. Ai h AW IS I IS FATHER 1$ A C.OLO 1 MlNe MAGNAffc , OMUZ i 5 HBAd op- rum trust M,J rTV ii ( How d yr rr; SVKti A1 Mfc.t.r A MALD FATtftR. WILL SLIP HI F A. HALF -MILLION l)i LAR r0Wy , WHEN 3HP NlAHKlbS ME l WONT HAIE To vSLAIe es.& much longer' r f KVOiM Vol - DIDN T nAVL. A.NV Hk iW 14 f-vLL iM LCVt WI7 H Y0 ?N VOUk VA,CAT'6M m)lRf- WOKKINC Too HARD. 1 hard: WORK, rUVffc) I HAve V I u - 1 MARRIED I HER . lit i "f t , k ? - . ,.... . . i 7 Li i . .;i hit i 1 i '- w-- i r IV VACATION' J IN TWENTY -FOUR J- nw - r I UA.Mk t l - i- 1 1UU) l-M-'V I - A I v v- ownj AOoLi-r HALFopy COCHRAN SURE TO LAND PLACE Houghton Player One of Mainstays of Michigan Football Team Ann Arbor, Mioh., A u jr. In two week il'i I'andMutt; tor (lie IClchl pn r i t Nit J 1 tuam will r-inir( f i- work j tW'kl, and from the 40 r men? w h hav in in Invited to com, Coach Yi.hi win hav t HeU'i t un lovon. which iiave i in- hat (lest bo bod till 11 , in i am hau lunl in ywirs. After all tbo briniaal too ma w biota PUIdlng Hi Fott iia dovolopod "I HichigMi it nw Um Irony f fnta ihovM la- compelled to matota hi: iriti ;iK;iinat ttae bonl coMhlns UU ml in tin' east In a year whni prcB peetl '"' f winning tOMB arc at M , . ..i, . I'll n this. Tim1 was when fooi would have walfiomad a Khcdule which Included aome if ttae crack oaatam elevana, hut this taaaoa have a ehaaoo to faco ttae groal I in team with a lirif made up of nu n. ( f the nine VOtCTaM WllO . port this aaton, ti have had rien . in ttae Una, Captain Rayna tn luis played tackle and end; Uyone ; :i oorkllll food end; .J.'irnc, whilo nt used as u roRulnr last season, Klvea promise of biiiK K"'d end, loctaran was a regular at guard last year, and of mora than ordinary abll- son. This Bummer- bj has lieon work 'M "ii I faun, ami it is hojpad that he Will be up to arelcht when he returns. with the aipeiienae he yatnad laat ajaaon, he should hava little trouble lamlliiK a berth at end. Uurton, the LAUlavlUe fbutaffter, vvaa looked upon as one of the moil promnttaiy linemen iii ttae team in 11J. hut tcholastic iliT- llcultlaa Anally put him to the bad, Jie an play either end or center, nt both f which positions lie hud experience In If It, Tall and ranny, he is an es ! eclally ic"l mark to ehoot at in us- Ing the forward pass, atid ha possesses the knack or grabbheg the hall out of the air and hanKinn on to it. That lie win land aome place In the line eeemn to be a certainty. Cochran is Likely Guard. Cochran, who Una the aealea at lmio flipped, ought to have little trouble aacuiing berth at guard. While not especially brilliant, he plays a good, conalatani game, Amoaf the members Of last year's freshmen and reserve teams there are s.,ial men who showed up well in line positions. Among them are Staatz, ltelmann, NMamaiv Bkinaer, Morton, Zieier, Pinkbelner and Millard. The latter looked eepeclaly promtalng at tackle laat season, and If he Improve just a little In his work this year may land a berth. Staatz played end on the re servo taaffl last year, and showed g eOl promise. However, with three ouch ends as James, l.yon and Itarton in the field, gtaati may have chance to show at tackle. He is big enough and might make good there. Norton, guard on the reserve team would havo little trouble in landing a regular berth OH the varsity if he went out af ter the job In earnest. Iist season ho DUNDEE TOUGH NUT TO BREAK Fans See Possibility He Will Win Title of Johnny Kilbane r L BASEBALL 1 'J in end r.arton nlaved end and center nn in., tail ..lecn Cnoiaio Ra.vna I did not display any real determination ford is not a brilliant player. At both t.i kle and end last BOa eon be played I fair game, but there were other men on ill" Ham who were his superiors. Il may develop Into a Rood player this especially Blnee he has been saddled with the duties of captaining lbs loam. Up to Jamee to "Show." In any event he ought to be baiter than a green man owing to tbe fact that be has bean under Are aeveral times, and Is playing his third year. I 1 1 splendid end, hOWittg SS mm li promise last season as any end .11 has had in years. lie is fnst and is especially good in handling is;:, s. At the other extrem Ity .1 lines ought to make good this leason Coming to Michigan with ilon achieved in high Khool and In a small college, he was handli appad from the start by injuries. Thi n . harley horse flavelopsd which prevented him from showing real id all seoeOl he played when rvi-ry movement was torture. His normal weight ia ltd, but he waa thir ty pound! under weight nil last sea- Calumet Beer a Food For Overwrought Nerves Are you hiah-etrunj, nervous, pMvieh end fenerelly out of ortt? Mon and women of today are undtr high tenaion in their la bora, in directing the affairs of household, in their social ac tivities. Thera ars many work ing bslow normal, becauae the strain haa been too great. Calumet Beer It a Tonic It ia toothing end quieting to ths nsrves and will rsstore them to a etrong, heelthy condition. Ths tonic quality ia derived from the choiceat hope. These r combined with the strsngth ening qualities of barley malt, and thus the bevorage becomes a'o an invigorating liquid food. CALUMET BREWING GO. pH0NE 274. CALUMET to land, but be is big enough and seems to hove a lot of natural ability. If he goes after the job in earnest Uim year it is doubtful If there is any one else in sight who can beat him to it. Mcliale is also a possibility. Libs Norton, Mcliale is big enough to hoi i down a guard position ac ceptably, but he seemed to lack the uecissary pep last season. Plenty of Backfield Prospects. in the baekiieid the competition la going to be hot. but records of the contenders for ploces make it seem comparatively easy to Select the man who will carry the ball for the W'ol- verinca Tommy Hughltt, w ho play ed iu 1) S sensational game at quar ter lat season, will be hack, as will gait. Jimmy Craig! running mate last eason. CaUett, another fast back field man who was kept out of the pjama the greater part of the season by Injuries Buffered ill the Bf. A. aaae, win be a strong contender f" a ha.lfha.ek lob. ns will Splawn, the Texas SOPhomOre, who promises to df y.lop Into one of the greatest ki' keis Michigan hai ever had. There are n hnir iinjten others of more or less nromlsp iimomr whom may be men tioned Cohen, a Spokane. Wash . pros pBCt, who looked very good nt half DBCb "ti ths reserve team last year. i fuMhack Maulbetsch. last sea- Bon's aanaat tonal bacbfleld playet BBeeaa to have the call. None r the other candidates approach him in real foot ball sense and skill, and unless he has gone back a whole lot he will have a Cinch landing the Job. With so many pineal to be filled IB the line, ..r. ,w.iti,,n l noinir to be fierce, nnd the early games ought to be more than ordinarily Interesting because at this fact. When Johnny Kilbane, feather Weight Champion. Of ths world, an nounced his intention of BghtlAg Johnny Dundee, his neatest claimant for the title, some time in gsptsmber, it is almost a certain bet that the Clevelander did not look over the box ing records for 1 y 1 4 Of be Would not have agreed to the match, why.' Be cause l ! 1 4 has been the most disaa troua ear in the history of DQgiliam for 1 hamploas, The first and biggest blow came when Kltchle dropped his title to M-eilUle Welsh, .c.t hi line cOmeV Johnny Coulon's case, ths Chl tgi in being forced to tuni over his crown to Kltl Williams. other titles t bhangs hands were as follows Bombardier wells loot the heavy weight championship of Europe. Arthur Pelkey lost the nrhlti heavy weight championship f the world I iiiinhoat Smith, who in turn lost tin title to Qeorga Carpentler Dave Smith lost the heavy weight middle weight and light web: ht I'liam plonships of Australia. Matt Wells lost the welter weigh title to Hurry Stone. Hughlu Mehegan lost the lightweight crown of Ausralla to Preddle Welsh Jai k Harrison lost the middle weight championship of England, Jem Drlscoll forced to vacate the feather Weight title of F.nrope In fa vor of Kid ! .eu is. Digcer Stanley lost the bantam weight title to Banyon, who. in turn lost to Johnny Hughes. Johnny Hughes last his belt to Charley La DOUX. It w ill be seen from facta that Kilbane and were about the only r holders of any division this Jack table Johnson cognized title- to retain their Ed. FLIRTING WITH FEDERALS. Konetchy of Pirates Said To Be Ready To Jump. That a Jinx Is connected with the first baaaman'i yah la Pittabarrgh Is realized hi I'd. Konetcby, the big n- henilan who formerly cavorted with the Cardinals, and now wnnls to net away from Smoketown Ed makes no Bp rat of the faat that he la dlaaatli fled with his l.t in 1'ltisburKh and i positively serving his last season with the Pirates This into! itiation is included In sev eral letters written by Koiiey to ottl dais of the st. Lou la iv,is. la which he bM been seeking the Jo!, as MM ggjtf of the Terriers. Ed Is now BTleV- mg i.e, ause he ieeliaed the MMH offer made to him last winter to man are the St I.-ills outlaws for three seasons. It sounds si range, but is true never tBOhmi thai for more than S balf-score of raara the pittabviajh etab has teen ,ii. abb. to show a successful tirst base in. in Since Kilty Hrensfteh! plaved the bag Fted Clark has trotted out i doeb of Initial sack guard land only to havs eaVh and every one fall. laurels during this season of strife. and the season is not et over. To make matters worse from leveland standpoint Kilbane has thing to speak of as regards from over his Italian opponent to be. Ttioy fought a draw in their last mixup and previous to that Philadelphia critics ay the New Yorker shaded the champ Whan they met In a no decision bout in that city. Dundee, by the way, is one of the freaks f ths ring. Built betwixt and between the linin and feather weight limit, the Kid battles 133 pounds one night and feather weights the next. He has not been getting much the Worst of the going In any of his eon tests, In fact, rec ords show he has won nearly all of bis bouts during the i.isi year, the biggest feather in his cap be ing a popular decision over Charley White at New nrlerins. Three weeks previous to this he drew with Kilbane, so it will be seen Dundee Is not pick lug "suckers. " Decides being peculiar in build, his ring etyle an also be claaand as freakish. In a few words he la a "shell" fighter, more on the order of Ad Wol gast than anyone we know of. only mare so on the "ooverup" stuff. He hides behind two long arms until Ids opponent gets fresh and IcaveB an opening, ami then this Gotham "kid" sticks out a left hand that :innt be beat for speed and accuracy. When it Is said that Dundee's left is even faster than that used by White, It gtVBg some idea of how goad it really is. Baeldas ibis cracking left, Johnny has the factilt of popping it out like i plBton tod. It w us once fald that be can land this left wallop three limes while he Is In the air for he geneiall takes a flying Jump toward his rival when the proper opening present! it self. Many of our up-to-date if not first class lightweights have laugh. , I at Dundee's title dreams rn r ho . .. of his low weight than of weakness in the ring. However, w lien the record book show s that he has beaten ev crv al leged topnetcber sent against him, the different division leaders have rood cause to give mm a wide ierth. Everything into consideration it must he said for Kilbane that he did not pick a "soft mark" whan he de- elded t risk his title against the Ital ian. This is a rlsk ear for chum - plons. STANDINS OP THE TIAMg. American League. If. I Pet. Philadelphia 78 a. as Boston 4H ..",71 Washington 60 ii JfJ Detroit 59 .'.7 .,09 Chicago 6 1 .479 St. Louis r,4 1 .470 New York : Al'i Cleveland 39 II ,ggl National League. W. Pet. New York 59 4h .5.11 Beaten o 49 .ssu St. Louis !2 53 .539 Chicago 59 54 .r.-.: Cincinnati 5 n .484 Philadelphia II 51 .4M Pittsburgh 61 ."i9 .44 Brooklyn 49 li .410 fsdsral League. ludlenapolii Chicago Baltimore Buffalo Brooklyn Kansas City St. Louis Pittsburgh baa .fiii W. L PJt. 5 II .570 N 6i Mt 5H M 63 .514 54 u4 .5HU 53 11 ,411 M 63 .452 47 pg AJ TODAY'S GAMES. Ameriesn League Chicago at Philadelphia. St. 1. .nils at New York. 1 kail oil at Boston Cleveland at Washington. Nstiensl League. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Federate. Buffalo at Brooklyn, Pittsburgh at Baltimore. Chicago at St. Louis. Indianapolis ut Kansas C ity. YESTERDAY'g RESULT. American League. New York, 9; Chicago, I, Washington, 1 1 Detroit, .'. Boston, 1; Cleveland, 3. Philadelphia, ; st. Loom, I; first game. Philadelphia, I; St. liuls. 0; second game, National League. Chicago, lj Boston, 4. Pittsburgh, I; Philadelphia, 0. Cincinnati-Brooklyn game postpon ed: rain. St. LoU to-New York double-header postponed; rain. Federal Leegue. No games schedule,) American Aaeoeiation. Cleveland, n; Milwaukee, ; first game. Cleveland. ; Milwaukee. J. second game Indianapolis. 2; St. Paul, 1. Louisville-Minneapolis game p. st polled TENNIS BALL FAMINE. Dealers, With Little Stock, Unable to Buy. A famine of tennis halle threatens America. So serious has ths shortage become that it la believed that many ourts nt the country clubs will be mpty for the rest of the summer. America depends almost entirely on Engfand fur its supply of the lively bounding spheres. The balls that bear Amen, an trade marks are made here in rubber form, filled With Kas and then sent to England I be covered. According to big dealers, the demand for tennis balls Is slwas e.jual to the supply. There In no chance for stocks accumulate and at this time of the .sear the supply In very tnin. MACK WANTS JOHNSON. Washington, Aug. II, Connie Ma. k Is maklm: an effort to have alt"r Johnson Join his team this winter, when a tour of the west to the Pftcifl ! coast is contemplated by u nine which Mack will select from the Annie .n league and another which Frank Ban croft, of the Cincinnati lub, will pick from the Natlonsl Min k wants John son as his star pitcher becahbM ho realizes that he Is a great attraction. Pete Falsey, the Yale outtlelder, haa been released by the Pittsburgh Pl ratee. Pete failed to ahow auttlcleht oig league stuff. MAY BE "GOODDY, M'COY." Man Who Defeated Chip to Meet Lat ter Again. The real Al McCoy Will fight Qeorgt Chip again ggj the afternoon of Labor day in the ring wbers he took middleweight title fcWB This tune It will probably be "Good by, McCoy," Instead of "Oood boy, Mc Gag." While the champion has made tin sorriest possible showing for a cham pion, merely staying" with Billy Murray in two dodging and running matches. Chip has been knocking OUl Sailor Petroakey and whaling the day lights out of Murray on the Pacific coast. Judging nigral) by the performances of the two men, Chip should beat McCoy this tune without any trouble. In their former fight. Chip, u iham pion, walked Into McCoy with the ut most disdain for anything the south paw could uncork, and as a result Mc Coy was able to swing one tcrrlllc lifting left to Chip's CMin, a one-blow knockout. If McCoy can land the same kind of u punch on the same spot again lie may win; but that's his onl chance, FEDS NOT Iv.AKING MONEY. Gilmore Admits Only Three Clubs Are Ahead of Game, According to President Gllmore, Buffalo Is one of the three ClUbg In the Federal kmgua making money. The other two are Chicago and Bal timore. "All the other dubs are losing," ad mitted the outlaw mogul. "But the Winners of the three will about offset the losses of the others. We think this showing satlsfaetorv . considering that It Is the first season and that we picked a bad year for a start." Joe Fox. the Brooklyn boxer, has sprung a new one on the boxing World. He gets his fighting inspiration from encouraging words spoken by his fa ther and mother WbO alt gf the ring side at every bout in which lie takes part. Cat her Rondeau, the Minneapolis backstop recently purchased by the Washington club, has a batting aver age of J!'3 in the American associa tion. He was turned over to the Mil lers by the Detroit Tigers last sea -son 4 -V : 4Bd4ee4eee4 t j. ! TYLER HAS FUNNY 1 OVERh-,ND DELIVERY. A .. . . .;. .j. 4. .;..;..). .; George Tyler, the southpaw member of the pitching trio that made the Bos ton Braves the sensation of the sea son. Is considered the most effective left BBBdef In the National league, lie owes his effectiveness mostly to his overhand motion and to his CTOOg Are Overhand pitching southpaws ui rare. Rubs Waddell was one and there have been tew ethBfO, But overhand Croag fire tWlrlem have not existed until Tyler showed himself one. Fs ually the (rose fire la ti side arm ball. Tyler throws it by taking a long step toward Bras base. The ball does not leave his hand un til ha is nearly u yard away tram the batter's lane und comes sailing in on a right hand hitter and awav from a left hand hitler. Tyler has a wonder ful curve umi a fine Change of pBCO. His slow ball la held lOOOOlj in l:is hand. exa tly like his fast one. hut no pressure is exerted except bv bM thumb and ittle finder. The ball Is "covered" and It Is Imnn this to tell what he will throw. For some years Tyier has been con idered one Of the best left banders In the National league. With a weak club PS has got shown any toe well. But now that Centre Stallings has given him support, he is Coming to his own. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Bill Phillips' Indianapolis team ha recovered from a bad slump and ia again Climbing i" the Federal league. itb six men batting for .300 or bet ter ths I'ri.MilcuiK Cruya are wll equipped to nuike a real fight for the International league title. The NrBf has cost Tony Itoaa a bout with Bomb. Wells A promoter of Hull, England, was willing to put up a tJO.iioo puree for tbe pair. The New York Yankees have pur . baaed Pitcher Watklna. the leading twirler of Hugh Duffy'a Portland team of ths New England league. Playing regularly with thg Phillies lias improved the stick Work of Heals Becker. He now leads the Pbila In batting with a mark nt ,SM. Mnnagaf 'leorge Staliinga figures that his Boston Braves will return home with victories enough to land them up there. After the Brooklyn Superba asked waivers on Ed iteulbach the big pitch er settled down and hus now become a consistent winner. Battling Levlnsky haa started bis fall campaign, which probably means that But intend! to flKht six or eight times u week. Pit 'her "Babe" Ruth, the former Baltimore star. Is again in the Inter national league, having been shipped to Providence by the Boston Red Box. "Big BUT James, the Braves' pitch er, has realized I life's ambition. Af ter many futile attempts he succeeded in hanging one on the Xew Tork Mont a You Smile Over the Shirt m No Roufrh E! E7 EdgeS J i .5$S$KW$$3SS5S SL No Frayed ff i II Cuff 1 LI V Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic R. R. YOUR SUMMER TRIP VERY LOW EXCURSION FARE! Via 8T. I6NACE and the D. A C. LINE from CALUMET, MICH. ANNUAL FALL EXCURSIONS To Cheboygan, Alpeoa, Port fturoa no.50 Detroit Toledo Cleveland Buffalo Tickets oa and II. 1914. lie Sept. 9. 110.50 111.00 112.00 112.90 11. 12 Final return limit about lour weeka in BBdh case. Free tide trip Boo Junction to Ssult BM Maria Mich., asd return leave CglttgMt Bepf. II with ageuraion sg Pept. 14. 1914. 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