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m EDDIE COLLINS NOT YET ON DOWN GRADE TWIN BROTHERS ARE OPPOSING CENTERS r riPf mi mm;--. vt r.nnhnr 15 Fluid Prachml White Sox Star Looks Good for Many More Campaigns. Mtint'S'tt PP.TI GEKT. H Mineral. KotNahco 1. ss? . EawrtCoHT of WPJ(Ki r Quaint, and Ancient, While chatting with a' group of women-there- vas ia th party a young woman of uucerta.Ln agie..K I expressed q my aamirnuan tor a quaint uttie iqck--et she .was wearing. . She jsiuiletl and was a baby.. whereupon I .trwughtless- ly exmlalmed : "I Just love old things f When , I realized what i-fr had said, there was an embarrassing- silence un til .someone managed to change ,tbe ubjeetlfag ,vx ?.? JJ WTTH Lay ti.lt old Itge bes Scflefcee sa that old are cegins witn Weakened kidneys aod.di&eative. organs 'This, bewsc tjuelt'is easy to" believe, that by keeping the kidneys and diges tire rtfans cleansed 'and ia prODer. work- by tLe average person. - " iiaariom. .tin. nan nn rAiiviii run weaknesses and disability due to hdvaiip- jug yra at is a -Huwara. vm-uute Dome retnedT"and Heeds no introduction. GOLI MED ALi HaarleM Oil is inclosed - in vbdorlesi. tastelea capswle contain- you, -.would -g: fciU.with a, swallow, ot, r - p-Rarlln nwi. "Acofdlftg., to, n 4le.ading -Wrweelnn newiipapef, Engineer Heftnod" Peter son ias f-'tl'fiaVvif -uucpon- jef eiecxneai rcurnenr; lor raa:o toiAaAMir.ri'f'. tnin 'C?ves.n infill Tbet'eieiccttyetferved"byiana CTirtful'ifcit,TIeasear it at certain intefvala..The - system- is - sparkiess. and the sounds are clearer ,tban, in, the older. in.ventlons..,says' the , Scientific AmCrl(n"Th plearpess ,i .sound de." pend-upon the regularity of the cur- -rent, iuiu, wiwi. uua aysiera xne current is -released-vWiu.avimuimatical ex- ln that It is cheaper, simpler and more durable; tb,ah thpse, , nxjw, in use. ( Xf the claims for this invention prove well founded. It is thought that it will mark a distinct step In advance of what has so far been, accomplished In this line. and hence Its possibilities are creating considerable interest In the radio world. -- - , Using Doorway. The pnused doorway makes an ef fective bookcase. The door should be locked and treated as the back of the case,-, Shelves can be seMo. the entire door -space or the lower half. . . . The 'natives of the Andaman Islands average -three feet eleven. Inches U- "height rtid weigh under 70 pounds. . - : - ; A' woqan'g pronunciation of depot . depends jupon her j4tation ia life. U 1: - - ; - 5; If ybuSwant to Hi nealth - a; habit interferes, try ; v. mewnoiesometable-dnnk with a rich coffee-like flavor. ; You'll find Postum satisfies ) without any penalty. j 1 Boil for fifteen F- boiling begins. Delicious. J Refreshing Economical. Made Postum Cereal Company, Battle Creek, Michigan . ! -1 For Infanta and Children. Mothers Know That I Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of ... v iKot Immediately Available: ' : That fe a wonderful1 picture." I ; "Yes, answered Mr. Cumrox. "But we -can't fully appreciate. It.. The best thing about that picture Js the lecture the denier delivered d it when he w selling It to. me." ". ' When the baby has "the croup give Hoxala's Croup Remedy at once. 60 cents. Adv. You can't b sure that the family (isn't at -home these - days until you have, rapped on ,the parage door. . YOUR KIDNEYS action and enables the organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength increase as yon continue the treatment. When completely restored continues taking a capsule or two each day.; GOKD MED AIj Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep youl Li health and vigor and prevent a return, of the disease. ; . : " ' j " . Do not wait nnta old age' or disease " -have settled down for good. At the first sign' that your kidney are not working properly go tw year druggist and get a- box. of GOLD. MEDAL Haarlem OU Capsules. Money refunded if they do npt help you. Three sizes. But re member to ask for he original imported . GOLD MEDAL. Irani In sealed pack--agcajS X; "t-i- ; ! . - Marie Dressier, ..pm. head f .ft-he-Chorus Girls'1 'union said during the chorus ( glrtsvs'trike In .New , X.ork : ., , 4,We"are striking, too, for a clean UeJ ' Too mariy ,the men in the, theatrical profession expect the chorus girl to be er well, to be obliging. Like the French maid. you know. ;"tTbat , new French .miiid. of the Smijh-Petersons is an obliging crea ture, said a cjubinan. . u,. j . " ,;Ye&2Jsad anothef ciibraan. Vyesl ; HOW SO?',, .. .f , ".. "J, u This morning,' said the first club man, 'I saw her out with Mrs. Smith Peterson's ..baby, this .afternoon: with Mrs.r Smlth-?eterson's ,dog, and this evening with Mrs. SmHh-Peterson's husband.' "Detroit Free Press. Very 'Necessary. ''-- -'"'-C! "Waiter, -there is tand - 4DfJ- thlis' bread." ' C 1 "Oh. that's to .keep -the butter from slipping oft" A.Clear Conscience. "Don't some of those old . songs haunt you V 1 . lv.. . v "No ; I -never murdered any ' of them.'? . .' a, 'Japan., has established a school at Kyoto for free instruction in the silk industry. Nine' times out of ten when a mari: jbuyS a horse he Is sold. 0. ! t imal-odit &nd coffee a change to minutes after by - - - - 1 If a . j ff use rui yCI ' MMM. MM T.IHI ITT. ... . . l "KM CALIAHAN. Callahan Brothers Play One of the most remarkable rivalries ever seen on the. grU'iron, If not in all athletics, la that between Mike and Tim Callahan, twin brvthers, who. are opposing centers on the Yale and Princeton football 'teams. . v Left Tim Callahan, captain and center; for Yale. , ; ,3.t? t . -. ! . Right "Mike Callahan,., captain and center for Princeton. ,; j Tim and his.broUver resemble ohe another In build and, both, also have wonderful1 football ffecTds behind ;hem. The ; ;Yle? captain '.' durin'g, the. .war was in the navy and a member of "Cupid" Black's eleven. - His lay'caWe'vefy near gaining him an AU-American service team position; v" - " In some cases brothers are starring on the : same teams. Yale htji the1 Wells twins, one of whom is playing a halfback position on the varsity' tfcam. while the othen as- a .lineman on the second team is fast making a name fir himself, t TheiHorweens are two of Harvard's best backfield 'players, Ralph doing the punting. ' ' ' " - j Pennsylvania has a pair of nifty ends in the Miller brothers, both of whom . are stars of the brightest luster. Heinle formerly captained the Quakers, whlle: this is Ray's first year as a varsity player. Northwestern university also has a pair of ends who are brothers, arid twins, the" Marrows!; FRED PLA1STED KEEPS BERTH Veteran Will -H ave Charge - Roynlrifl. Equipment at Columbia, Will Do No. Coaching. ! , - ; Fred Plaisted.twho . for fly?;, years was assistant coach In charge of the Columbia . University freshmen, .rrews under, direction of Jm Rice. iiaseen; re-engaged by the Columbia -authorities to serve as generals-assistant -at, the Union Boat clubhouse, wfare. the Columbia oarsmen ,,iwiy make thqir- headquarters. Pitstea win nor ne re quired to do any,pa;chlng because pf his advanced years, but he wilLhave full responsibility ..for- keeping ,. the, barges, racing, shells, . .sweep and;nIl, other equipment at the boathouse in order ' . ' .. - - Plalsted Is one of the. best known of professional oarsmen this country has developed. He was at his prime In the . seventies, when the Ward broth ers, were sweeping all before them. He won many races, both as a single scull er and teamed in .crews , with other professionals. . 1 His first college en gagement, was -with Bowdoln and later he was In charge of" all 'equipment at Yale. He first came to Columbia In TO. Mr . J Photo DyV-" t :. Wiero -Wwpper Union J c Fred Piaisted. 1913 and ser'ed as Rice's assistant. He con tinned, with the. Blue and White oarsmen last ;-eason,'". and' was nom inally in charge of) the: crew, although he divided authority, with Eugene Gi annint. . . - . ; ' PETERSON WILL BE REFEREE Veteran Billiardffixpert Will Officiate at Various- Games to Decide Chaniplonchlps. Charles C. Peterson veteran St. Louis billiard expert; and one of the widest known figures in the game, has accepted terms whereby he will ' offi ciate as referee at all games played In the balkline, three-cushion and pocket billiard tournaments which will decide the championships in these three styles of play. DERBY WINNER. GOES TO STUD As Grand Parade 'Was "No Big Engage ments for. Next .Season Owner ; " j Decides; to Retire Him. - Grand Parade. thfyenr's Derby wii nerv has no big engagements for next season. His' owner, Lord Glanely, has decided 5to.ake"th4;spn of Orby and Grand Geraldine out of training and send bftn to the stud. ! y f Cabre;Breaks Record. Don ;J. Cable of te. Montreal A. A. recently broke the 7'Canadian javelin mark by hurling the-javelin 141 feet 5 Inches, breaking hla. former mark by 9 feet"-.' ; '.:-;Gt-4'.. ,e ' Grant Not Enough. Canadian government's grant o 000. to finance the Canadian Olympic team for the 1920 revival at Antwerp la not considered sufficient. Boxing in Manila. Boxing Is popular in Manila. One' of the best exponents there Is Denclo Ca baivella. a feather weight. -Four round bouts are held once a week. on Opposing Teams. JIWIVIY SMITH-QUITE . LyCKY JLL PLAYER A b?1 Placer wto is not. regular on a chaiopionsbip. team,, i but -who draw a saretOf a world series pursei Is naturally counted very fortunate. Tlmmy Smith, utility Inflelder of the Reds, has ""sat out" his second world's series, and?, fprthe second time re ceived a rieafp-sum of money without) having l wort for it. 5! V Snllt. recejeL, , $507.01 as his share of $he series money - between! the Reds and Whfte Sox. All hp had to jl f &f tbuV "gfcbof, .cash W&aiid ninfonJierwawd Mageei? 0inch hit?: ter. and to get into, an argument with Eddie Collins: In 1917 Jimmif was with the Giants, and . drew dow;n, a' bundle of coin In the faifctfcmfgnHe did not take part in the serles'-'-Wtth the White Sox. BAR ALt!,1OERWAN ATHLETES Will Not Be Prmjtted to Participate In Oiympic'Clames in 1920 German aad' Austrian, athletes have been barred Vfrosa the Olympic games In 1920 and'jnay be perpetually dis franchised frohf participation in all In ternational spojts. This announcement was made re cently at ff-'dinner, at the University club by Elwood S. Johnson, director of "Y" athletics in the A. E. F.. who has just returned from a conference with the Belgian Olympic committee. By mutual agreement the enemies of the allies wHT- be denied admission next year1 and France and Belgium will propose to make the Ineligibility perpetual, Johnson said. The gables" will be held next year in an immense stadium outside of Ant werp that was built by the Germans during their occtfpaflM and used for training soldiers and their "turn ver eins." INTERESTING f SPQRT PARAGRAPflS Belgium has resumed trotting rac ing..: J .! v -Vv. . . ' .-.. Hampden Park, lasgpw, can accom odate 150,000 persons for a soccer match. It is said that Joe Beckett, the Brit ish heavyweight champion. Is a tip-top golf player. ' . "Babe" Ruth becomes a movie star without batting an eyelash, and he ex pects to make a hit or two.' m Harvard appears : to " have a very promising end in P.' D. Steele, who played finely against (Br6wa.'; "l - Mexico is not without' Its bowling league. A sanction has been Issued for a league in Tampico and has 14 teams. P. J. Mornn. manager .of the Cin cinnati world champions. Is said to be desirous of securing Outfielder T. C. Hendryx. ... Gama. the Hindu wrestling wonder. is on his way to America and on ar rival will be booked to meet our very best wrestlers. a Lincoln, Whose franchise was trans ferred to Sioux City two years ago, is desirous of securing a franchise in the Western league. America has two candidates to com pete against Sir Thomas Upton's Shamrock IV in the international yacht races set for June 20 next year. The "Gran Premio Nacional." for a purse of 80,000 pesos (about $40,000). the, richest event on the Argentine turf warwon by Miny, an- Argentine-owned horse. George Cochran, for several years third baseman' on the Kansas City American association" club, has retired from baseball tonter buslnis in Car thage, Mo., which la 'his - MiNC 1 - -; . Probably in Slump Such as All Play ers Are Liable to Encounter Failed to Come Through in Pinches In Big Series. 4 ' ' . Since Eddie Collins' showing ln the world's series, an exhibition far below what .was- expected of the so-called king of second basemen.baseball follow ers are beginning to wonder how much) longer the stoih Inflelder of the , White Sox oedlJU remain at the' tojf:of 'his! class.;Soanfjotice4.csignsj tbstt bd was slipping .jtftftl gatti&lrwtth .. t&e Reds. CeVtathly he wasn't" the Col-j lins of old In Jhe post season battles He looked po better than Rathwhcj was not supposed to be In the same class with the American leaguer. Maybe it was that Collins was iasyu in, a temporary slump such as all play-t ers.., no matter how, great, have, every now and then. His playing in the league campaign would hardly bears out the belief that his life as a star, has about run lts course, writes J. V. Fitzgerald, in Washington Post, He played his usual dependable game dur ing the pennant race, , ;u. But It is true that he,-was below the form expected of hira in the big. series.. In other post season games In which he has engaged he has out done himself. . And this failure to Eddie.lJplllna: .: . ... -1. f come through lni.te.'pinche8.:!anst the Reds is no doubt w'hat has, started tlje fansf to w6nderIa)gyif likrfiW -other great players, Collinses cflnally ; torn- tng to the end o-'Ms fopeinJ"-tl$ big show. "i vi uJ " 'As ages go, Collins is stitl a. young man. He is only thirfy-tw9, bufor a ball player. an:particuarly an; ln flelder,(that is a rather ripe ge,- And as service goes hells ofte,'of.the f.real veterans in the big leagues. He; has been playing professional -baseball since 1906. He ' has4eefa 14 seasons come and go in the national paJstim. ' POUGHKEPS!$ClORSE&v IS SHORTENED A MILE ." s i . :. 1 l .a. irf -. j ' ( . . -f- ."- For rteJirsV;tlmein'the twen-1 ty-twoyears of 1ts, history the; varsity race Jit.,, jthe. Poufh- , keepsie regattas nef --Jane-' will . be .for three riniles 'instead of the tradltionnl' four.J The" new ' ' course probably will start at' ffie., Columbia ' boat-house, "one" mile below the oldstarting point, and will finish in the same place as in the past, about one mile, be low the high bridge. This an nouncement was made tonight by Chafles Halsted Mapes, chairman of the board of stew ards 6f "the annual, .rawing classic. ( TO MAKE EVERY STUDENT FIT Aim of Compulsory Training at Har vard to Teach Various Forms of Exercise arid Sport. The aim of Harvard's compulsory training for freshmen is to make every student who enters college in the'-fu-ture physically fit, and to teach forms j?f,exercise and sport which he can en joy In - actual participation while in college and after graduation. The In novation will strengthen future Har vard varsity athletic teams by the dis covery of latent material. Produces Two Record Colts. Wikl 'Wlki, the 3-year-old son of An vil, 2:02, and Dudie Archdale, 2:03. now carries a record of 2:10. His rec ord makes his dam a double 2:10 pro ducer as the daughter of Archdale al ready had to her credit Dudette (2), 2:10, by Etawah', 2:03. "Making What?" "See the team in the making," is the way they advertise the Athletics' ball games in Philadelphia. The only point not made clear Is whether one Is in vited to see the team in the making of errors or mud pies. Want Soccer Invasions. English Football association, the gov erning council of the soccer code, has applications from the South Africa Football association and New Zealand for English elevens to visit those coun tries next season. Daubert Gets Reception. Jake Daubert, famous first baseman of the Cincinnati Reds, world's cham pions, was given an enthusiastic re ception when he returned to his home at Schuylkill Haven, Pa., recently. -' ffP 1 '' . ' I -. c a packa3 , ci package C hi tl jbt iA 7 , &-.AS&Ji c a package THE ; FLAUOR LASTS :so'vD0i:iraeif'' TooSueHen. 2 "A man Should learn, to say, 'No.' "Perhaps."1 assented Senator Sor ghum, though tfuIty H "and ;yet a man In my position"" would' ;irever be for given for bringing an Interested argu ment to a close in so, lucid and conclu- iSome .men .arery honest .because ,-. It pays andvfew- because they cannot hel'iplt."3 1; iWhenriildreirl are Cowtipated, Fwnsh, Cry out in tbsir sleep, Take e ' esily Have Headaches, btomach or Bowel trouble, Try-' VTv ftVlOTHER GR4?S FOR aitt .:- Thejr. are 'pleasant to !ftake and s certain reEef."";Tbey act on the Stomach. Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders. - J.0,0w0 testunoxdala from mothers and friends of littlei one telling. ?f relief; , .No moiiier B"houId be- without a box-f Mother Gray 'a Sweet Powders for use-when needed. 1' to-day. At Drnggists. ' The seed of them often comes at inconvenient tours. ,: ; i'-f tTsecf bjr ltiothera fom over ihtrtr rariu ' . '' f T I Do Not Xcceyt Any Snbstltate for HOTHEa C2AY SWEET POWSEBS. KNEW HE WOltoJa BETHERE Innkeeper keeper EyldentTy':f Had Implicit Faith In the'Vunctualltyvof Hia Comina Guest. 'An old Englishman, James Scott by name, traveled about on business un til he was nearly eighty years of age. He became celebrated for his punctu ality ahd methodical habits. Upon one occasion gentleman 'stopped at an inn much. frequented, by Mr, Scott and saw a fine fowl cooking". "That looks very good," said the hun gry guest. "You may serve that for my dinner." "Ybu cannot have that, sir." replied the landlord. "That Is being cooked for Mr. Scott, the traveler." "I know Mr. Scott very well," said the gentleman. "Is he stopping here?" "Oh. no, sir,"' answered the landlord. "But six months ago he ordered a fowl to be ready for him at precisely two o'clock today, and we are expecting him every minute." Parrying a Hint. 'Hp-How do you find the 'oysters. Miss Smith? She They are simply delicious, and I am awfully hungry, too. He (to waiter) Bring another plate (if crackers. Hotel Gazette. Married men are nearly all great Inventors of excuses. A Health-Building Food GrapeNuts A blend of wheat and barley prepared to di gest easily and make and keep people strong. "There's a before ihe war during f be war mm 'J. IT i "Do you know what a polyclinic IsT "Ot course, stupid; it Is a hospital . for parrots." Bora Eyea, Blood-Shot Ere. Watery Eyea, e Sticky Eye, all healed promptly witb. nlslit.-; ly apBUcaUona of Roman Ey Balaam Jalv. . b -. . "-. T , I (literature... . , "Slang seems t6 sell well. . ' -- - ' "Yeah.. The thing now is to. be.- U-i , mrarv;M ivJi;. a i ' - ,. 1 f ;SWEET. :RjOAf DERSI CHILDREN CLEARLY :WlTHlH0T rtE1 1AW f M' ' f 'f t'f M -t - " ' .... Wise Judge Quickly Po nted Out Why ; Musician Was Manifestly GuHty of Loafing.-' "--- - - A ,roan.: was brought . Into court re cently under the anti-loaflng law. The judge looked at him far a moment and then asked:- ; 1 "What' is ytmr occupation?" "' - I am a musician your honpr." was the reply. it -y. jj'.: : .',: ' : ' "In that rase tU. have to find you guilty bf loafing." - '- - i: - VBut, your honor." protested the ruaxt; Tb ' regularly- employed by k the ; Church as an organist." :-!";- rr-"-.- "That only confirms my opinion." said the Judge. "The 'law requires "every man to workbut your occupa tion requires you to play." What Profiteering Leads To. .. "I see where a tenant was arrested i for beating his landlord over the head with n club." - 1 " v "Well? . . , ?' ; "He must be a smart' fellow," "Why so?"' " ', . "' - , " , " "He demands a trial by Jury seems pretty sure no twelve men good and true would decide a case against, a tenant and in favor of a landiortl now- ' adays." Birmingham Age-Herald. It takes two to make a quarrel, but' it only takes one to say "I'm sorry." Reason -.l 1