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1'HE BISBEfc DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1912
MANY NOTED AUTOISTS TO TAKE PART IN FIVE HUNDRED-MILE
. SWEEPSTAKES RACE TO BE HELD AT INDIANAPOLIS ON MAY 30
At the top, Spencer Wishart in M record a mile in 10 2 seconds. Ho, lories
ercedes car; at the bottom, Billy Lies has hem a driver on tlio Indianapolis i Billy IJcsaw, the famous Michigan
iw, Bob Burman and Howard Wilcox I Motor Speedway for the past threo racing driver, w ill drive tho Marquette
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 21. seasons and has been a winner in Uuick '100." This car was entered by
Probably never In the bittory of auto-J many of the largo events Wilcox has i William Thompson, a newspaper pub
racing have bo many famous autoists i been declared to be one of the most Usher of Rattle ("reek, Michigan, and
contested in the same race ps will tr.ko 'spectacular drivers engaged in the haz- Is a refined duplicate 'of the cars
part in the second annual COO mile anions sport of motor car racing and which Iltirman aud Louis Chevrolet
sweep suikcs nice iu uu ueiu ui me in- cuuirmuii-u lart'co iu uiu iri;c iidi ; iuaut! laiauus in lue iiiu racing sea
dlanapolis Motor Speedway on Memo
rial day. On the list of contenders may
be Hurman, Louis Disbrow, Eddie
Hcarue, Howard Wilcox. Hilly IJc
saw, Teddy Tetzlaff, Howard Wilcox,
Spencer Wishart, Ralph De Paima,
Harvey Decker and Ralph Mulford
Howard Wilcox Is the holder of
the world's stock car stralgbt-away
of winners by tho National cars in , son.
1911 ' Spencer E Wishart is a wealthy
'Wild Hob" isurman, tho world's . oung sportsman from TL Chester,
speed King, has been entered in a N. Y. He has entered his ninety
Cutting of a special design with a ! horsepower Mercedes, and will be a
motor up to Uio limit of COO cubic ! teammate of Ralph DcPalma. Wis
fnciies piston displacement He ex-; hart finished fourth in the last 00
pects to add the 500-mile race to his rallo race at the Speedway, driving
already large list of records aud vie-1 the same car.
Flynn Takes His Coming
Fight With Rare Coolness
' Seven miles from tho cit limits of, not ct started the real hard grind,
!,as Vegas in an upstair "oom of the which lie will have to undergo iu prep
Mrmer superintendent's cottage- of the aration for such a fierce contest upon
Montezuma hotel is where your cor-1 tho arrival of Tommy Ryan, the re
spondent found Jim FJjnn He was i tired malic eight champion ot tho
all alone, writing a letter to his moth-1 world, who is due to arrive from San
cr. This is typical of the man upon
whom all eves of the pugilistic world
are riLetcd at the present time, and
who on July 4lli before a multitude of
probably 30.iCM pair of eyes, will reuch
the highest oint possible in the pro
fcrsion which he has chosen in which
to earn his living A defeat will mean
matches before obscure organizations,
if not actual retirement from the ring
A victory will spell in t-even figures,
besides being tho greatest hero flsti
ana ever produced.
Takes Fight Calmly.
ITobably not a mtfu in the world in
terested iu the pugilistic game or in
tho -welfare of Jim Flynn Is taking
matters cooler than Flynn himself. He
is surrounded at the present time with
a few handlers, not anyone in partic
ular in aiithoTltv. and is thoroughly sat
isficd with his environment. He has
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IN THE BIG LEAGUES
I Scores Yesterday ! I HOW THEY STAND
At Philadelphia h n B
Philadelphia S 10 1
St. Louis 5 9 3
Coombs and Lapp; Pelty, Hamilton,
Haumgartner and Stephens.
At Hostou i;
Hoston a 1
Hall and Nunaumker; Kaler
Oroomo and Heney;
At New York
R II 13
New York i 3 9 5
Chicago 11 12 3
Caldwell, Quinn, Warhop and
Sweeney; Laiigc. Walsh and Sullivan.
It H K
Hoston . .
Detroit . . .
Won Lost Pctg
New York S
St. Louis S
New- York 22
Chicago . 13
St. Ixrnis 13
Los Angeles 22
San Francisco 19
Portland ... 13
Chicago 10 12 3
Hrooklyn G 10 I
Cheney and .Nccdhaiii; Kent, What
ing and Phelps.
At SL Louis It
SL Louis 2
Philadelphia .' 3
Harmon. Geyer and Wingo;
nan and Dooin.
Toledo. 21 13
Columbus 20 14
Minneapolis 20 14
Kansas City 19 17
St. Paul 17 20
Louisville 13 19
Indianapolis II 21
Milwaukee 12 IS
At Cincinnati II
New York .St..
Hcnton and McLciim;
G 12 1
11 H E
Pittsburg :.j 0
Hostou J.'v . . . . 3
O'Toole, Cariinitztand Kelly;
son and-Kling. '!
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't - Coast Le'aur
G ;, -fc
At Los Angeles
Los Angeles .
Halla, Chech, Smith
Hitt and Hrown.
Sacramento Oakland '
Fitzgerald and Cheek;
I 5 0
At San Francisco
Eau Francrsco .
sillier and Herrj-;
... 2 S 0
Milwaukeu 1, Minneapolis 7.
Ixjulsvillo C, Columbus 1.
Tole.lo G, Indianapolis 3.
Francisco not later than May 23th.
Wt-re things left absolutely to Flynn
alone. Itjan. would not be in his train
ing camp. He is so natural, and not
changed binre the days when he
iought for paltry purses, that he be
lieveti todav that tho same surround
ings would answer the punioso just as
well However, he has placed his bus-
inefcS affairs Into the hands of Malta-
gur Jack Ciirlcy, and having done soJ.
does not dispute tho authority in fur
nishing Ryan as an nlde In, the camp.
In fact, he will gladly 1kw to Ills
wishes, nnd permit Kan.to take abto
luto charge, lKi;inning with his ar
rival Outside of Kyati, Flynn Is sur
rounded by the same men who helped
him prepare for the battles w hlch have
earned him the chance at tho greatest
prUe !n the pugilistic profession, viz.
the world's heavyweight championship
title. Fiynn is posit! vol) infectious.
Writers and critics have headed lor
his camp, absolutely determined and
feeling positive that the Puebloan had
not a ghost of a chance with tho big
lolorman. Fljnn does not argue that
out witli them. Ho docs not even try
to convince them In any way that he
will defeat the negro champion, but
Ills sincere aud nonchalant air and
way. his natural reference to his con
fidences, and the very look that comes
from his sparkling eyes convinces any
one of the consistency of the prepara
tion for the match. In fact, not one
up to (late has left bib side doubting
Flynn belief that on July 4th the
title of imgilihtic championship of tho
world will revert liack to the Cauccs-
have come to life and arc now making
tho International league teams 'be
have Cheney, the former Louisville pitch
.r, seems to be thojonly htirlor with
the Cubs able to produce winning re
sults. Tho United State league got a good
btart In Pittsburgh, tho lirst game of
tho American association race.
The Peoria champions of the Three
I league got away to a bad start this
season, losing the .first, six games.
Manager Frank Shaughnessy, of the
Fort Wayne team. Is leading the Cen
tral league batters with an average of
Pitcher "Kubo" Marqtiard is tosMng
the same kind of teasers that won him
first place among tho National league
slab artists last season.
"Spike" Shannon, the former New
York-Kansas City outfielder, is now
clerking in a Kansas City hotel and
declares he Is out of baseball for goo
Hcfore tho season opened, bow
many followers of baseball would
have picked Uio White Sox to polish
the world's champions, and right on
tho champs' own lot at that?
With I-ajoIc on the game
the Cleveland team has found
the going pretty tough. Tho Nairn
miss those swell blnglcs the big
Frenchman is" in tho habit of putting
Now. they say that Hank OD.iy is
a better manager than ho was an um
pire. No doubt that is true for accord
ing to fans there never was a good
umpire in the history of the game.
The Hoston ItcJ Sox made a run
getting record In a recent game with
tho SL Louis Browns, when nine runs
tnu 'Straight were bcored by nine success
ive batsmen in one inning ociorc sin-
Shortstop Owen Hush, of the Tigers,
is covering more ground than ever
thi3 year and hitting in grand form.
The games in .the Cotton States lea
gue scheduled for New Orleans have
been transferred for the present to
Yazoo City, Miss.
Third Baseman Arthur Dues, who
was secured from tho Giants by Man
ager Stallings, has made a great hit
with the Buffalo fans.
Tho Boston Hed Sox gardeners,
Lewis, Speaker and Hooper, are play
ing up to their reputation as tbo star
outfield of the country.
Christy Mathewbon was set back
flvo shiners by- the umpire in a recent
game, for discoloring the ball. They
say it was "Matty's" flrttine.
That "$22,300 pitching" is fine
gravy, but it will have to have sonic
help before the Pirates are able to
split world's scries money.
The University of Vermont baseball
team has a crackcrjack pitcher la
"Jako" Malcolm. The chances are
that Connie Mack has o scout trailing
the collegian right now.
It is said that Pitcher "Wild Bill'
Donovan, of the Detroit Tigers, will
givo up active baseball after this sea
eon and become a manager of some
minor league club.
"Kid" Oleeson is given a great
share of the credit Ibr JJie fine work
ot the White Sox. Tho ancient Quak
er has been a big success as coach
and foreman of the ginger works.
Tho Jersey City team is the sen
sation of the International league, and
tbo I. L. teams will have to start pret
ty soon if tticy expect to hold
skceters back with the bunch.
Almeida, tho Cuban placr re!cas-pJy was put ouL
cd by the Reds to the Birmingham The SL Louis Cardinals look a hun
Southern league team, says ho would lrcd per cent better when Roger
rather bo a regular with the minors ! Uresnahati is on the job. When Ha
than warm the bench in tho big show, j Jali" Is again able to work behind the
The circuit of the recently organiz-' at the Cards' percentage should rise
cd New York Connecticut league will! like a thermometer in a boiler room.
bo composed of Daabury. Conn., and
Mittdlctswn. Ncwburgd, Kingston.) BURNS TO RE-ENTER RING
Pcckskill and Port Jcrvls, New York. '
Nothing to that story to the effect EDMU.viu.. Aita., .May sj. loin
jinn rare, where It has alwajs been up
tbe wreckage of what was Iclt of the that Manager Johnny Kling, of the) my Hums will don his fighting togs
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'Tis the highest grade Works Hs
COlfeC On eartll, Klnn mircly has battled an uphill
. it -.. .,.;,r ;ftni8slc-. ami now that he Is witliin
liUl t-liuu juai v-uiioiuw. jeay steppi
ping distance of tho top rung
ot the pugilistic ladder nothing will
, be left undone, nor a stouo unturned
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UOnSlUCr ine imvor uwi ;i ,irCirc Flynn and make him tit as
brought it in favor,
A. vacuum can gives
a proverbial fiddle. One thing which
Imj rentes the layman, the one thing
that tho public, who passes irs money
I into the box of lice to wltnets rontcsu
with gloves, cannot understand or
overcome, is the fact that Jack John
son towers, bond, shoulders, weight
and reach over the challcngpr. Flynn
tiYakC'K lightly' of this and explains
in his easy going mattor or fnci'-wa?
thitl not for any amount would ho add
i to lil present build, weight or reach.
'TJie Pure Food Grocery .oven if lie could accomplish this t?
a simpjo wish, -vvny, saiu riyit,
"my shorter rcaclTIg Just wliht I need
to get Inside 'of .lolinson's long arms,
haiflmer"aVay at his body aud make
! his own long anus absolutely useless
t Particular People Prefer-Packages
VlIlLLS.JIROS., San Francisco.
J. B. Angius
OPEN MUFFLERS HIT HARD
F. A. M. Opposes Abuse by the Motor
President G. H. Hamilton ot tho
Federation of American Motorcjclists
is elated over a communication w hich
tho Motorcycle Manufacturers' asso
ciation Is sending to the inayora of
thousands of cities throughout tho
country condemning tbo use of tho
open mi'fflcr cut-out by motor cyclo
riders and asking the executives to
take some action against the lmproi
cr use of this part of the motor cycle.
Tho F. A. M. has already been put
on tho trail of tbo "open muffler,"
especially where riders persist In tho
nuisance on the public thoroughfares.
For some time urdcr the direction of
President Hamilton tho federation his
opposed the abuse of tho c-ut-out and
this action by the motor cycle manu
facturers is a blow at the very heart
of the evil.
The letter being sent to mayors of
cities by J. F. Cox, Hartford, Conn.,
Secretary o fthe Motorcycle Manufac
turers association, follows:
Wo respectfully uirect your atten
tion to the improper use of tho open
mufller by a certain class of motor
cyclo riders. This hag developed into
a nuisance in no small degree, creat
ing a wrong impression In the minds
of tho peo'ple who do not ride motor
This nuisance is caused by the rid
er, as all motor cycles built today aro
built with an efficient muffler, which
when closed, makes the machine very
quiet and we, the association of Mo
torcicle Manufacturers, respectfully
ask that some steps be taken in your
city to discontinue the use ot tho open
TENDER GOES ASHORE
Hoston Braves, is to pot tlm entn It I hero tomorrow nlcht and enrage In
would cost the Braves a bunch at I the first ring battle hu has bad since I rescued was a survivor of the
money to flag John as ho has a three lia lost tho championship to -lack bargo Ilajden Brown, which drifted
year contract. , Johnson at Sydney. Australia, more , ashore during a terrific storm at the
All are Rescued, it Being the Second
Escape for One Survivor
COIIPVA, Alaska. May 21. The
U. S. lighthouse tender America is
ashore at Cape Illncbbrook, pounding
to pieces. Thirty-two persons aboard
wcro taken off by the steamship Ad
miral Sampson, which picked up a
wireless distress signal. Odu ot the
JAKOB 8CHMIP, Owner nd Mar.
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Round Trip From Bisbee
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Grand Canyon 4540
Kansas City .51.05
New York 96.25
St. Louis 60.05
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Above are rates to only a few principal points. Wo have rates to al
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Tickets on Sale June 1st, to September 30th.
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Write us for descriptive literature.
W. R. Brown, D. P. A. G. H. Donart, T. P. A.
J. S. Morrison, C. P. A,
Mills Building, El Paso, Texas.
In a recent came in Washincton than three years ago. Ills opiionent
both Ed Walsh, ol tho White Sox, and ' will be Jack Connell. Th- Edmonton
Walter Johnson, ot tbo Nationals, i Athletio club has signed tho to lor
wore knocked out ot the box. It isn't a ten-round (l?ht Hums has been
often that the hatters arc ablo to 'quietly training for home time with
drive these tno stars to he shed.
Tho Uoslon Red Sox have released I
"Casey' Hagcniaii. tho former Den
ver pitcher, t the Jersey City club.
John Oanzel's Itochester champions
to blmycxccpt for clinching purposes.
While he YJIKbc ihpldjnff ipcl.will J
ami 1 'will guarantee oiio thing, when
I hit the dusky champ If I don't' hurt
him I surely will not do him any
And the intcrvlcner leaves Uic i
Flynn camp bewildered doubting, ami
surely more "convinced, of the ubiN
man's chances- than' ho -was nn httir
'before upproathlug-the camp.
entrance of I'riuco William Sound,
May 10. Only two of tbo eight men
aboard reached shore, aud one died
from exposure tho next day. August
Palmer was picked up by the Ameri
ca, to bo Immediately iu another
tho Intention, It Is said, of going
after Sam Langford and some of the J wreck
other bis ones if his bout with Con
noil indicates that ho Is able to re-! SONS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION
gain his old-time form Council, like
Hums, is a Canadian product, though I HOSTON, Mass.. May 'SI. Boston is
ho has dono'mobt of his fighting cut- entertaining for two days .a large
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will bo able to htuy tho ten rounds
with the lormer champion.
You are Invited to bee the big game
of tho season, Sunday, May 2CUi, War
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which began today with headquarters
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WITH THE BOXERS.
PACKEY McFarlund isaysihe 0x1
pects to clean up a liilillun ilollarsibo
foce lie'quits the Ooxlug 'game.
Jim IJarry .tiro Chicago hcaiV
welglit, made a big lilt with tho light
fans during his stay In Australia.
Ad Wolgast will take a long rc6t
as his recent bout with Willie RitchTo
convinced him that he was In a w'eals
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