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fHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TTT.SD.V. jrTT.CTT IJ. 1911.
Polly and Her Pals
Copyright. 1914. International News Service.
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TO GET OUTSIDE
Long Indoor Practice For Base
ball Men Grows Irksome
Wants to Get Line on the
Pitchers.
Now that Notre Damo is having an
other tasto of favorable weather.
Coach Harper will undoubtedly work
his baseball men. outdoors today. The
varsity squad has already played one
practico jramo outside, but the cold
T)ell last week necessitated noticing
in the gymnasium. All of ;hj play
era aro anxious to set down to real
work in the open, for tho long" drill
of tho past month In tho pymnasium
has proved qii it o irksome.
Coach Harper is especially desirous
of getting' the men on tho outdoor
diamond as soon as possible, liut a
littlo over lvo weeks is left beforo
tho opening of tho peason, and as
i'tt tho varsity mentor has had no
Kood chance to size up his twirlors.
In tho practico Karnes indoors, the
pitchera have used but a straight ball,
so that tho coach ias been able to pet
an. idea of their control only. From
tho day that outuoor practice begins
in earnest. Harper will hold frequent
practice frames in order to thorough
ly try out his pitching candidates be
fore the season opens.
Of last year's staff, there are left
Capt. Kelly, lierger and Sheehan. In
addition to this trio, Bo land, Crilly,
Fitzgerald, Klynn and Mooney are
tryinff for a place on the pitching
staff. In the daily indoor workouts,
Uoland has been showing up well. He
has plenty of curves and though he
is rather light for a varsity pitcher
lias has a good deal of speed. Flynn
is another good man whose lack of
weight Js liable to go against him.
Ho is a left hander and throws a
wicked ball and his hoadwork may
ma.ke up for what he lacks in
wlKht. Crilly and Fitzgerald are also
going wvll. A tight race is sure to
reralt in tho battle for pitching positions.
A. C. TEAM HAS NEW NAME
Will bo Known as Ia Caros Tills
Summer.
The A. C baseball club will play un
: r a new name this year. They will
hereafter be known as the LoGaros,
and It Is raid that they will have one
cf the best 17-year-old teams in the
city. Joo Ballock will manage the
team. A meeting of the club will
probably be held next Sunday morn
ing. Tho- will enter a new team into the
field this pea3on. Tho So ;th Bend
Pi-e-xd company will furnish them with
uniforms. The management is ;vaid to
have signed wmo of the best ?.mi-pro
talent avaiiable f.nd every effort is
being made to put a first class team
in the field. A mctin will be held
in the Morrison cii:ax factory, 028 K.
Miner s-t. and all whe wish to try out
fr the tca:.i are invited to attend.
LANDLADY GETS PUT OUT
Ni:V HAVF..V, rnnn., M.,rch 21.
Hal Pump'lly. ri'ht r th-
Yale baseball nin' to.k xr.irb? fnr
Monday, and a p'.itM was ertditeu
to his iloripitory l;i:;'iln!v wbn ho
was transferred t !b i-"lation build
ing. The searlt t f ' r colony now
number 11, Lut all thu cu-atd are
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SYRACUSE TEAM ii'J
TIE FOR 4TH PLACE
Bernice Maurer Costs Team
Better Mark WhenHe Leaves
Three Pins on Spare in Last
Frame.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. March 24. The
state leagues of Syracuse tied the
M.ineralites of Chicago, for fourth
place In tho five-man standing at the
A. I?. C. Monday night with a score
of 2SI)fl. Bernie Maurer, tho anchor,
cost the team two higher places in the
standing by leaving up three pins on
top of a spare on his last shot.
Tho team would havo probably
taken first place if George Fix had
been able to beat 5G2.
The Schlids of Ft. Paul, champions
of tho middia west, got 2746 on the
same shift.
The Gambrlnus team of Columbus,
formerly tho Bonds, champions at
Cincinnati, dropped 2 706 in one of the
worst series the club ever rolled.
Hoy Griebel, a young Cleveland
player, today hoisted 646. for sixth
place in tho singles. Milwaukee land
ed a lot of the minor places in the
doubles during the day, Kd Barth and
Gus Xolte getting 1204 for tenth place
with the steadiest series rolled here
to date, while George Schmidt and
William Badtk got 1200 for eleventh,
ichmidt posting 638. Youngstown.
Ohio, posted the third 1200 count of
the day, Louis Hagerman and Art
Martin taking twelfth place with it.
BOWLING SCORES
WALTHi:il L'fiAGUli
JUNIORS
Fommers 13'J 133
H. C. Hans 1'7 152
Stegman 129 147
H. D. Hans 132 159
Krueger 113 186
Handicap 190 190
111
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140 422
111 402
184 483
190 570
Total
11AMBLEIIS
Llebelt
Germann
Beyers
Gau
Wirth
Handicap ...
SS0 967 915 2762
14S
137
139
123
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15S
132
114
15S
147
207
143
190
163
165
12S
207
449
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416
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430
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Total
909 916 996 2S21
sTrnimAKEK lkagui:.
REACIIE'5
Delloso 145 190 170 505
Baxter 139 133 S9 361
Peters 144 170 147 461
Eby . ...11 4 172 169 455
Gunter 144 14S 172 464
Handicap .... 1S9 1S9 1S9 567
Totals S75 1002 936 2S13
KIMS
Bickelhaupt .... 163 164 152 479
Kimble 131 US 127 376
Humsey 131 118 124 373
Strong 123 111 179 413
Zilky 197 150 157 604
Handicap .... 153 153 153 459
Totals !. 89S S 1 4 S92 2604
C. A. C.
C. A. C. L11GU1
. B. Hobinson. . 15 136 23 326
Hager 156 ISO 185 521
Moredock 162 15 4 145 461
M. H. Campbell. .ISO 176 167 523
Holland 155 157 131 4 43
Handicap 2S 2S 28 S4
Tnta's 866 S31 S61 255S
GIANTV
Harlin 1S 1S2 164 544
J. F. ChrIstman..l.'S 14 o 7 47 41 5
White 169 133 170 472
Moon 206 lyi nc 543
Cover l'.9 190 170 559
Handicap 107 !07 107 321
Totals 10G.7 943 S04 2Sai
EPW0RTH FIVE LOSES TO
ST. PAUL QUINT 14-7
Basketball Game) Loosely Played and
Hough Many Inaccuracies
In Shooting.
In a loosely played, rough game tho
five basket tossers from St. Paul's M.
H. church defeated the five from Ep
worth at the Y. M. C. A. last night by
a score of 14 to 7. The game was
marked by the Inaccurate shooting of
forwards on each side, with the possi
ble exception of Berger of the St.
Paul quint. Berger tossed four bas
kets and threw five free chances.
Miller and Walling were the stars
of the losing five, while Berger and
Stanley, tho two forwards, were the
backbone of the St. Paul offense.
Lineup and summary:
Epworth Miller, SZabo, forwards;
Walling, Frame guards; Colip, cen
ter. St. Paul Berger, Stanley, forwards;
Parage, Moerman, guards; Hepler,
center.
Goals Miller; Szabo; Walling;
Berger, 4; Moserman. Free throws
Miller; Hepler; Berger, 3. Referee
Burnham. Time of halves 2 0 minutes.
WHITE.WHIPS AZEVED0
GOOD WITH ONE HAND
Chicago Boxer Breaks lUght in First
Hound But Continues Fight
in Fast Style.
RACINE, Wis., March 24. Charley
White of Chicago, whipped Joe Aze
vedo of California, for ten rounds on
Monday night at John Wagner's arena
with one hand, the left. He whipped
him soundly and decisively, fighting
all tho way after the first round with
a broken right hand.
By tho time the fifth round was
reached everybody in the building, in
cluding Azevedo, of course, knew that
all was not well with the White right
paw. But even with this knowledge,
Azevedo could not hold his own.
White's left hook kept him dazed
and rushing to cover, brought the
blood from his noso and lips and clos
ed his right eye.
White won every round as far as
one could row a boat in a day. With
two good hands there is little question
but that ho would havo added another
victim to his knockout list.
MEDALS FROM GR. LODGE
Eight Gohcn Pythlans Are Kemem-
beretl lr Services.
GOSHEN", March 24. Eight Goshen
Pythians havo been remembered by
the Indiana grand lodge for services
to tht order. The keeper-of-records
and seals of Cftlanthe lodge has re
ceived eight golden medalions and
has presented them to the Pythians
named. On the observe side of the
medalions Is a wreath, tho insignia of
the Knights of Pythias, with the
words, "50 Anniversary". On the re
verse Is a tower and tho letters "K.
P." with the words. '1S64-1914. Gold
en Jubilee". The Goshen Pythians re
ceiving medalions are J. V. Morrice,
James S. Neville, Roy S. Burkett, Mer
vin S. Hummel, Purl IL LaRue. J. Pe
ter Palmar. Charles G. Burkett and
Frederick W. Morrice. The members'
names are also engraven on a large
brass tablet on the walls of the grand
lodge at Indianapolis.
GETS ANOTHER TRIP
Laporte Deputy Sheriff Goes to Can
ada on New Gunness Clue.
LAPORTE. Ind., March 24. Depu
ty Sheriff Alschlnger will leave Tues
day for Nellie, Canada, for the pur
pose of finally determining whether
the woman under surveillance there
is Mrs. Belle Gunness. Deputy Pros
ecuting Attorney Worden, who had
been insistent that the woman is alive,
is basing his belief largely on the
death bed confession of Ray Lam
phere, that the woman was not cre
mated in the burning of her home,
but escaped,
ULSTER MEN SIGN THIS PEDGE TO FIGHT AGAINST
HOME RULE.
Facoiinile of "protest" signed by Unionists of Ulster, pledging the writer
to volunteer in the force now being raised to resist home rule.
JJritialj ICcaguc for tbt Support cfullstcr the nian1
1 THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby nrol myself a 4
lster m the ttruggle he is making to maintain
the Union between Great Britain and Ireland. And
in the event of the Government of Ireland Bill being passed
tnto law without the sanction cf the people of the Cnited
Kingdom being expressed at a General Election, 1 solemnly
wear to hold myself in readiness to act anywhere and in any
manner that may serve to this end. Further, I promise to
stand by this agreement -until such time as I notify ray resignation
r writing to my superior orBccr."
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MUST PAY OR GO TO JAIL
Lorcn I)e Shong Owes Wife $10 on
Court Allowance.
P. L. Kersey of Lebanon, Ind.. is
the gest of Mr. and Mrs, R. II. Ker
sey, 320 W. Madison st.
To pay his wife $10 due her on the
allowance ordered her by the court.
pending the hearing of her suit for
separate maintenance or to spend 30
days as the guest of Sheriff Swanson
in the county bastllo was the sentence
passed out Monday afternoon by
Judge Van Fleet in the superior court
to Loren N. De Shong.
Do Shong was sued for separate
maintenance by his wife, Hazel C.
De Shong. The tuit is still pending
and in the meantime the judge or
dered the payment of $2.50 a week by
De Shong. The latter was in court
Monday and heard his wife testify
that he hud failed to make the pay
ments required by the court. The
judge pronounced sentence after De
Shong declared that he had no money.
He was remanded Into the care of the
sheriff and taken to jail.
PREDICT LARGEST VOTE
EVER CAST IN CITY
PRIMARY AT MILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE, Wis., March 24.
The largest vote ever cast in a city
primary election hero was predicted
after the rush of voters began with
the opening of tho polls Tuesday. The
four-cornered light for mayor attract
ed the large vote. Tho primary is be
ing held under the non-partisan law.
The two candidates receiving the larg
est number of votes will be declared
nominated. Mayor Badlng. Emil Sel
del, former socialist mayor, Davi3 S.
Rose, live times elected mayor on the
democratic ticket, and Theobald Ot
jen, former congressman, are the
candidates.
Early predictions named Mayor Ba-
ding as sure of nomination with eith
er Rose or Seidel as the other nomi
nee,
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II
n Make This and Try It
for Coughs
Tlila Homemade Itemedy has
no Equal for I'rorupt
! "
Mix one pint of granulated susrarwith
Vi pint of warm water, and btir for 2
minutes. Put 2 ounce3 of Pinex (Cftv
cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add
the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful
every one, two or three hours.
This simple remedy takes hold of a
cough more quicklv than anything else
you ever used. Usually conquers an
ordinary cxmgh inside cf 24 hours.
Splendid, too, for whooping cough,
epasmodic croup- and bronchiti3. It
stimulates the appetite and is slightly
laxative, which helps end a cough.
This makes more and better cough
syrup than you could buy ready made
for $2.50. It keeps perfectly and tastes
pleasant.
Finex is a most valuable concen
tiated compound of Norway white pine
extract,, and is rich in guaiacol and
other natural pine elements which are
so healing to the membranes. Other
prep arations will cot work in this plan.
Making cough syrup with Pinex and
sugr gyrup (or strained honey) has
pro en so popular throughout the United
States and Canada that it i3 often
imitated. But the old, successful mix
ture has never been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. Your druggist has
Pinex or will cet it for jou. If not,
Sad to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
MAY GET BIG LABOR
MEN HERETO SPEAK
Central Iabor Union Seeks Services
of Samuel Goinpers and Others
to DisciLss Labor Question.
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, will
probably be heard in South Bend this
summer in a series of open air lec
tures in one of the parks. Steps were
taken at a meeting of the Central La
bor Union last night for a series cf
such meetings, and the discussion
brought out the desire in mny cases
of having the local unions share in
tbe benefit that would be derived frm
hearing labor and union issues dis
cussed by so prominent a man,
If the services of the federation
president cannot be secured, the cen
tral union will endeavor to bring
either John Mitchell or Mr. Morrison,
both high in labor federation circles,
to the city to speak at the meetings.
Another effort is being made tc
organize a hirt-waist and I-aundr
Workers ir.iion in this city, and with
that in view the secretary of the Cen
tral Labor union was instructed tr
write to the head of that union in thr
hope of procuring an organization
here. ' '
CLEARING OUT
SALE
On Wall Paper. 336 Mich
igan Ave. 25c Gilts at 15c;
20c Gilts at 12 y2c, 15c Gilts
at 10c; 10c and 12c Papers,
8c; 8c Papers, 6c; 6c Papers,
4c; 5c papers at 3c. Oat
Meals at 1 5c and 20c. Must
make room for new stock.
Come and make selections
early.
J. W. Werntz, Prop.
;ors to photo coxvfatiox.
Peter F. HogalinskV left this after
noon for Chicago to attend the second
annual convention of the manufactur
ers and dealers of photographic goods,
to be held at the Sherman hotel n
March 24-27.
Thorn will be about no manufactur
ers' exhibitors and about ."'O dealer
in photograjthica goods in attendance
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
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Till-' matixui: I DOIi.
The Grand Trunk 11
a. m. train, arriving Chi
cago 2 p. in. Luncheon
in the dining car. Most
convenient depot. Low
colonist fares West and
Northwest March 1 r.th to
April l.'lh. Including
points on the r,r,: d Trunk
Parilic, ?.,())) mi!--; of
which are now in opera
tion. C. A. McNutt T'nssr.
Act. . T. Ily. Station,
South IVnd. Phones:
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trading at the HURWICH
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