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Williams Album 0 : p. 84
Calumet Public School Library


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Newspaper clippings on various topics (1914). Page is hand numbered ""84"". -- 1914 - Calumet High School enrollment is the third highest in the state of Michigan with more than 1,100 students in daily attendance. -- Telephone and electric company crews have been repairing snow and ice damage in Calumet and Laurium. -- Report of the Calumet Hockey Team defeating the Duluth Seven in Duluth (Minn.). -- Jay Coon replaces Ensign Claflin in the Hancock Naval Reserve. -- Walter Moore, Neil Kelly, Bert Belheumer, and Art Peterson of Calumet are going to White Pine Mountains to resume diamond drill operations. -- The committee in charge of the erection of a monument in memory of Douglas Houghton is announced. Members inlcude: F. W. Nichols, Dr. A. F. Fischer, John T. Reeder, John A. Doelle, Ed. S. Grierson, W. J. Galbraith, Dr. John McRae, L. K. Long, A. J. TenBroeck, L. M. Killmar, A. D. Gardner. -- Aug., 1914 - Annoucement of the opening of the Panama Canal. -- Calumet Engineers may participate in practical maneuvers at Mount Vernon. -- Announcement of the championship baseball game in the Calumet & Hecla league. Game will be played between the Ahmeek and Hecla teams in Ahmeek. -- Ahmeek defeats Hecla in the Calumet & Hecla league championship baseball game. -- Keweenaw Historical Society directs the construction of the monument in honor of Dr. Douglass Houghton in Eagle River. -- William E. Smith of Mohawk withdraws from the senator race against George Williams of Red Jacket. -- Citizens of Calumet who retain allegiance with other countries are prepared to return to their home countries to ""fight the battles of their respective countires."" -- Announcement of an attack on Tampico, Mexico, ordered by General Villa. -- Renovations at the Palestra (skating rink in Laurium) are nearing completion. -- Ahmeek Indoor Baseball league was organized with the following as officers: John G. Bennetts, Thomas Knight, John Hosking. Teams will include: the Machinists, Office, Miners, and Ahmeek Village teams. -- Calumet Hockey team players include: Paul Hogan, Chester Stroud, Joe Savini, Will Monroe, Stanley Skinner, Ransome Treglone, Will St. George, Bert Larson, Joe Treglone, Walt Linquist. Teams are from Calumet, Portage Lake, Duluth, and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. -- Al Ketchell lightweight from Bridgeport, Conn., challenges Kid Parker to a boxing match at the Amphidrome. -- Orpheus Glee Club of Kearsarge, led by Fred Rosevear, and the Kearsarge M. E. Choir, led by Arthur Williams, prepare for Christmas carolling season.-- Kid Parker defeats Al Ketchell in the boxing match at the Amphidrome. Young Witticka of Calumet challenges Kid Parker after the match. -- Calumet M. E. Church, led by Harry E. King, presented the sacred cantata, ""Bethlehem"". Soloists included: H. E. King, Mrs. C. D. Thomas, George Semmens, Will Gill, John Burling.

Williams Album 0 : p. 84

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