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SPORTS THE CALUMET
EWS
SPORTS
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DOINGS
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!VlT!lNrrH qvicm- J awaa Tncy 00! 1 WM A ,
I ANEUNE Ao HE.K. C(o N THfi WASTS. NARROW ESCAPE..
Vt.on OUiT NOW io I . I BASKET.' , -" AND Hti WITMQUT
I V.-.P. "T VAN ANTHIS(? - J ' Ar UNION CAHO'J
'''''fc ' ' ' I 1 ty Tbt MOT Ntr f JjZl.
MICHIGAN HAS
TRIO OF STARS
Yost Has New Msn of Grsat Prem
ise for This Ye3r
At.n At'l-T. M 1. h . S-pt. 1". To
v . all t..r th- .i-s. !,'!;, - ,1 th
V. . . v.airi' ;r Las been soui.de I
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of "M: Las I.e. n iitliii'!, "' il 1 1 i - '
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HARNESS AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.
WEIDER HARNESS CO.
OPPOSITE CALUMET THEATER.
Phone HO.
OF THE VAN
v CARFENTIER IS AN
AVIATOR NOW; JACK
v JOHNSON IS IDLE.
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S.in I'ra ii. isv-.., Tal., S it. 10. C ii
K l ".it l; t tin- l'r!H-ti
wcliiht ifiaiiijiii.ii, iiia fit inn In hvarl
: a. a In 'inli-1 hi w iiiK lirlmun, af-i-cnli.'it;
t" wTil r-iric(l in San l'ran
i i.-(n l.y .1. 1'n Wii.st, :ip m 'iiiaiiitaiu c.
t.'ai j't n;i-r (l-niifd I. Is fi.l'lur t.iii
fnt rii mi A'aiaifct ti aial in'. i r-su:n -.I'o'.y
;s aii ii -tive j.ai l i i i .t nt in th
a!ti tiij Is t" ril'Ul.-JC llu- iuhaiulni; Ur
111,1 I.N.
Jack Johni'ii. who talktd ho 1 i?
.'".it K"iiirT t' war when lustiiiti-
wti f1it started, hax, aii'iiidiiii; t "
repnits. failed to enlist and the
I..M heard -.f the hl.uk .haini-iun he
was -ii l;iitih Knil d-'im iaithir. mme
' than his tin 11 n the vaudeville
ta.'-.
It is lY.rth-r alleced that far tho
'iiid. r l as failed to turn ovtr Ills
n uti'inuiii'es tu the l'rein h Ku-niineiit,
as I .' pi "inis-d tu d'i, mill as a ( nse
t:i e it is .-aid that the TIOSTO'S
I : 1 1: i t ,t h..s sLilii-r-il a i rui-hiiiK
si': in )' in l'afis.
'all'tl. t'.i.'aiti l'.a iil'ul'il, llushti-i:,
.;- "T,. J.iini s I'lid I'm hran.
Th- i '":' in h is fi.r the I klield
s;t...t!S w.li la- tS.i't. Ha-hitt, Maul-:.f'-h.
S;d.-i 'in, 1 : -r i t . n. M-ad- "at
: tt. :.-'ian. M X.i ma la and llush
l;i li. (lair wei. hs ..iui:ds, is fast
avii w i!i I.- a .r-tty tiMiniu.it- f..r
Ma'ii: . 's !i at th- .ti-r half ..sit :. -n.
ii- ;!'!... d at I. ft half last year ah.np
'. ' f J nitn '.'raiu' ar.d in all piol.-
a'-i;; u ,;i la '.i i-ow n hi.- j.-siti'ei ti.:s
''s Ilimhttt s' -tns t.i he th- ( hu.' -
i ' i;ir;i ." ai.d .:!! -I.' . i; '..I r Hu !:f
!' 'ii';.' '.'1 ir.ai'itailii' liis posit' m.
II v..-:.') s 14". po Ita's ;..n.l is
.:--! I '- . iar'-rl.a. k Yo:. 'i.'i
: i ! h- .!.tys . f l;.- . Weeks.
Plenty of Coaches.
'I ' 'o! . ! ir. -;; ill ,,,, I a k i.i
'i !' ' this e.ir. i o fiiiii '.', H
w i: .. haii'l!- th- line. I ) .n ;: ' a s
'.' ii - iii iii;i'.c th- I't' shrn-n rap
h i .-. v. ht .Jimmy CraiK of last
' .il t.. in a ill ussi-l Yost. W ith the
I i 'f w ill l.k-ly In ve r, m-
ii. ! . f ' 1 ! s i-.ihs.
Yo-t !l. !:ks that lie hilft an even
It' i . v. it'i the east, ni-r:- if his m- l
:-M .' a - Ii- plans. Yost l.elh ves that.
'' ' ''....d solid wall III front lie i at;
.' . : ti ;. it,.- with a s nsatli'tial run
: ' r '' tl - i. i. kH. Id and a n" for
wai l pass ;,i,d punt artist. He has
tl'-- .j.. a in Ma ullii tsi h and Split J...
He is ''.iiniitiK on wlnninif t!ie Hu--'
ii. I ,-.ira- if ;it all hy endini; Maul
I" t-'h f,r..;l-h the line of split plaM
! -tel r-'ins. If Mh-himin'.s farno is
" 'orii.i; ma' Mri- is imt w orHn t he
'I i.'. Wlil !"! to the 'iislf Tilers, as
th. V"! erilo : eatillot hope to e(.m-
P-le ill the k I l-.itll,' llll- with I I it T It T 1 1.
U'i .-Ii in Australia'.
'J-'4,' a) !-'iiare miles.
.hi lields i-over
Siand Bags
:3vc
Greatest Line of
TPwUNKS
SUIT CASES
HAND BAGS
POCKET BOOKS
i'or ladies juul lih-n tliat
has i-yvv been shown f
SEE our uim
WAGONS AND BUG
GIES at 20 OFF
FOR CASH
LOOMS
SPEED HORSES
BREAK RECORDS
New Marks Are Hung Up and Com
petition Is Keen
World's records have not heen hroU
rn in its larfce nuniliers this season :t.s
in some reient years, still several old
dust -covered titfurcs have lost thelr
inennini; as the result of the speed
.-hown hy one of the Kieat trotters of
the year by one of the tleet trio of
pacers who are ruakinj? turf history
o:i the rand circuit.
Anion the new records estahlished
this year the nallieS tif l'eter 'olo,
Ktawah, peter I'.illiken and The Wan-d-rer
st.ind foremost amomr the trot
ters while the words, "William, Anna
liiadford and Hose Maee are familiar
to the devotees of the linht harness
sport.
Pct-r Yolo lias started only once
this season, hut in that race lie equal
ed the world's record for 3-year-old
trotters made hy I'oloradn R, and low
ered the record for Ftallioiis reardles
t.f nn" hy winning the Horseman stake
forced out hy the Cleveland colt, Leo
Axworthy In 2:4-, 2:0r.?i and 2:0f)-.
Etawah Lowers Record.
Ktawah Jumped into prominence at
North Kiiii'.all hy tmttinjr n mile
ri'ainst "the wind in 2:04. Hy fo
ilointr the preat little son of Al Stanley
lowered the record for 4 -year-old stal
lions of 2:0j'i. which was made hy
Iir tum in 193.
At t'rand Kitpids, I'tHwnh took an
other tiirr at the record and reduced
it to 2:03. Seldom Co trotting rec
ords stand twenty-one yearn as did the
4-year-ol.l stallion mark, hut if noth
ing happens before the season closes,
I'tawah will lower the mark to a point
where it will require a champion to
i.h-de It.
Peter Pillikin is it Rood trotter who
l as heen kept under cover most of
the time. Vance Xur'kols started him
at the irnmd circuit meetint; at .North
Pindall, where lie jfot a piece of the
money, and then laid him away until
the tJnshen (N. Y.) meet. At the his-tori-
n ran ire county track Ullliken won
a five-heat race the first day and then
en the final day, while hitched to a
hiiih wheel sulky, the 1iitf horse won
the Karus prize offered 4y John Splan
for th- i,.rse hcatimr 2:16 over a half
mile track and also the Nelson prize
ror heitlnn 2:1.4. Pillikon nesotiated
the mile In 2:144.
Wanderer on Half-Mile Oval.
The Wanderer, ridden hy Ream.V
Macey, trotted the Soshen half-mile
track two weeks nj? in 2:14'i nnd
thereby estahlished a new record for
trotters. Marry nln rode County J;ty
to the world's record over n mile truck,
stepplnur the old campaigner a mile In
2: fix'; at Syrucuse.
The pat intf honors belong IarROly to
William, the (Uterbein, Ind., 4-ycnr
old, who reached two minute speed In
il race at Crand Kanhls. Mich., tho
third week of the grand circuit cam
p iicn. Williams' speed has earned him
the title of 4-year-old champion; Rives
him the credit of pacing the fastest
lr.t heat 2:001. the fastest m-cond
heM, 2:00; fastest two heat race, 2:02,
2:02 und the fastest three-heat race,
2:003. 2:00, 2:021a.
Anna P.radford. a filly owned by
Shropshire and Weathers of Lexing
ton and raced by Tom Murphy, won a
race for 3-yrar-olds nt Pittsburgh ntnl
in so doing paced one heat In 2:0ri4,
Just two reconds faster than the rei -orl
for pacing lillles of the nae. Miss
Vffnrrest, who formerly held the rec
ord, paced In 2:05'i In 1911.
Kose Magee, a Kentucky trained pac
ing filly, lowered the time for year
ling fillies to 2:lf"j a few weeks ngo
while driven by Hunter oMody. Pres
ent (Jueen h-hl the former record, hav
ing paced In 2:204 three years ago.
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MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES
P W. McNalr, President
Frr Yar Book Apply to President
r Secretary,
HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN.
IT TAKES DIPLOMACY
to keep a good cook, but It only tnVe?
i stmll mi in the News Heir Wanted
Columns to find one. fall North 209
today and Bend In your ada.
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BASEBALL
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
American League.
Vf. L. ret.
Philadelphia V. 4.1 .6T.4
Poston 77 .11 .601
Washington , 6'1 !u ..124
Detroit 07 ti5 .51.1
Chicago :! 66 .4Mt
New York .'.S 72 . 4 4 1
St. l.uis 57 71 .44.1
Cleveland 4 2 87 .32S
National League.
rt. l. Pet.
Poston 70 54 ..1C.1
New York OS 55 .5.1'i
Chicago 6 60 .534
St. Louis 67 62 .51!
Pittsburgh .is (id .4CS
Philadelphia hs CO .46S
hrooklyn .16 61 .445
Cincinnati .16 70 .444
Federal
League.
... 71
fix
... 66
. .. 64
. .. 62
. . . .19
...'50
... 51
L.
56
56
.IS
59
.1'.
67
71
Pt.
..151
.552
.532
.520
.512
.46S
.415
.411
Indianapolis
Chicago .,.
Krooklyn ..
lultiniote ..
Puffah
Kansas City
St. Iouis ..
Pittsburgh .
TODAY'S GAMES.
Americatf Leagu.
Detroit at Chicago.
Now York at Washington.
P.oston at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at St. Louis.
National-tLeague.
Krooklyn ut 'New York.
'Philadelphia nt Koston.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Federal League.
Kansas City nt Pittsburgh.
St. lAuin at Krooklyn.
Chicago at K-jffalo.
Indianapolis at Kaltimore.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
American League.
Washington, 1; New York, 0.
Philadelphia, 0; Koston, 2;
ningM.
11 In-
Nationrl League.
Pittsburgh. .1; Chi-ago, 1.
New York, 2; Krooklyn, It.
p.oston, S; Philadelphia, 10; first
game.
Host on, 7; Philadelphia, 0; seconJ
fame.
Federal League.
Kaltimore, 6: Indianapolis
3;
fl.'Si
game.
Kaltimore, 2; Indianapolis, 4; secon 1
game.
Kuflnlo, 5; Chicago, B; railed in the
twelfth: darkness.
Pittsburgh, 7; Kansas City, 6.
Krooklyn, 2; St. Louis, 1.
American Aaeociatlon.
Indianapolis, 5; 1juisville, 2; fir',
game.
Indianapolis, 3; Louisville, 2; sec
ond gume.
Minneapolis, 15; Milwaukee, 1.
St. Paul, 1; Kansna City. 2.
Cleveland-Columbus game postpon
ed; cohl weather.
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: MINORS WANT
: BASEBALL WAR
TO END AT ONCE.
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Cnicngti, Sept. 10. a'realdent Kan
Johnson of the American league and n
member of the National commission
will confer with Carry Herrmann,
head of the commission and owner of
the Ileds. on the plans mapped here.
Plans said to be In line for peace talk
between organized baseball and the
rodernl league.
Nothing of an authoritative atate
ment will he nlven out hy Herrminn,
but Inside Information haa It that the
majors ar. ready to reach some agree
ment with the Feds. That organised
base ball Is well fortified to carry on the
war nnother year or so Is certain, but
there are many minor lenKues almost
to the wall, nnd they fear they cannot
stand another year's battle. It Is the
minors who are urging rence.
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llWELSH PREFERS
New Ltehtweipht Champ Doesn't
Want to Go to War
Freddy Webb must prefer the kind
of "light irs" he can tind in America to
the Koit he might be called out for it
he
remained at home in Kngl.tnd.
It's quite a bit more pl-a.-.nu to
step into a well -pa.'.ib i ri:i; with
padded ropes and with pj'dd'd glnvcs
on your hands, to exchange taps with
some other equally wCI-padded
"lighter," than to he on' :.i a shoot
ing mat-h with the (Sernvins.
All of l-'rcudy'.i ,' ".i(, : iesij.ppin
nnd tlotlylng wouldn't do hitn much
good there.
There's a rumor Mi;'! I r
to utay right here hi Anv
haj s even apj !., f.-r i i:i
present it set ms that thi
Intends
a. . nd per
;:sl.ip. At
Is it much
safer oiintry tlia.i
''n. gland to live in.
There hasn't bee
erica by otlu r i ai
Lord Kobeit .
roasted those wh
in ithletic copt-s
n any rush for Am-.li-h
In hu . s.
pi ii in . li it-li he
fp- id th-ir time
f r i "fir ow n
profit or limit
is In tlanscr
existence fot
troops, wasn't
el'HIlt. wh.I
if h( ilif, x ,i
want of
directed nt
Xngland
1 out of
defensixo
the class
r. .Jibs rSv
' -i ' (B- has
0f Zrl iwi
has character to it That's why it appeals to
and pleases these men of sturdy character.
PEERLESS is made from puro Southern
Kentucky leaf, aged for three to fivo years,
so as to bring out slowly and naturally all
the juicy mellowness and richness of the
tobacco. That's why its quality never varies
and that's why hurried -up, hashed -up
tobaccos can't compare with PEERLESS.
In the strenuous hours of work or in the
pleasant hours of relaxation, be sure to have
some of this wonderful tobacco with you.
Tust trv PEERTVERR fnr n
"Smoke it or chew it but go straight to it
Sold everywhere in 5c packages.
Otief sizes, 10c, 20c and 40 Packages, and 45c Tin Palls,
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
'
No, Father Gan't Be Tiny Too Garefm
tif men who are among the top-noUh-
ers.
Many L'nglLsh boxers haw volun
teered and art in actlv aervicw now.
Among thcsw J Kandsman Klake, who
recently fought 1 lombardlei Wells f.r
the Knglish champlonsnip. KUtk is
with the Second Norfolk regiment.
Within a week after the declara
tion of war over 600 CambrldKe men
volunteered, and among these wt're
many famous oarsmen, cricketers and
athletes.
Some of their names arc known even
on this side tif the Atlantic.
I. W. I McNauuht-Davis (Cam
bridge boxing champion), I,. S. Lloyd,
(J. A. Firfher, A. Vincent. H. M. Iley
lan.l. II. AN". M. Arbulhnot, A. W. Sy
mington, It. S. Shove, C. R V. Kuxton,
W". M. Wal tce. Ct. R Tower. IX. Jukes.
C. McCuire, H. J. Naumiinn, (J. R C.
AVood and II. Iaiw ure a famous Cam
brldue oarsmen.
Famous cricketer, have volunteered
by the thousands, prominent among
them J. Chapman (captain of Derby
shire), A. T. Sharp, J. .'. Foster, A.
W. Can, Lieut. Harrison, Cnpt. It.
Kairgallay, A. H. Hornby.
These are men known wherever
crh ket Is played, and they are only a
lew of the fammis players now in ac
tion. If Waterloo was won on the cricket
lields of Krmland, as tho Iron Duke
once declared, Fn gland should have a
chance to light a new Waterloo before
tin- present w;ir la over.
lv.-uad-r fa i mini
primitive Ftle.
is still done In
F(DiP Mamiliy Mee
We have purposely made
up a tobacco to appeal to the
strong, vigorous man who wants
full flavor
Firemen, policemen, out-of-doors
men, two-fisted men in general, all say
PEERLESS satisfies. . Once they start
using; PEERLESS
satisfaction out of any
Long Cut Tobacco
If
BLOCKING MACHINE
TO BE EMPLOYED
BY U. OF M. SQUAD.
! v v v ; : ! i j- .;. .j. .;.
Conch Fielding Yost will uee u block,
ing machln when he ctitiimetu-es tin
three weeks of preliminary practice
with his l.'niveisity of Michigan foot
ball squad at Ann Arbor next Tins
day. According to Captain Jimmy K iyns
ford. who consulted the coach timing
the latttr's brief .stay In Detroit, th,,
machine will be constructed ot ni"rc
substantial material than the on- u.-.-.l
in spring practice, when a ban tilled
with l.a served the purpose after a
fashion.
The machine will form a part of the
regular work instead tif being it si(l.
Issue as last spring. .Mocking prac
tice Is needt-d most by tho majority of
Miu-men .Yost contends.
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SCHOOL FOR NURSES
offers to a limited number of young
women an excellent course In the
theory and practice of nursing.
Applicants should be between tho
nges of 21 and 3.1 years, have a good
I'nylish education nnd be of Kim!
moral character. Monthly cash allow
ance after the probationary term.
Application papers and bulletin of in
formation seni on rcjuost. Address:
Milwaukee County Hospital
School for Nurses.
WAUWATOSA, WIS.
and fragrance com
bined with natural sweet
ness in his smoke or
chew. This tobacco is
PEERLESS. It was put
on the market fifty years
ago especially to satisfy
tobacco hungry man. It
filled the bill.
they cannot get the same
other brand.
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