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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARYS, 1913.
INTHE WORLD OF SPORT
WILLTE HOPPE ONE OF THE FEW KING PINS IN THE REALM OF
bl'URT TO HOLD CHAMPIONSHIP THROUGHOUT THE YEAR 1912
III m ETE
Six Schools Will Enter Big
Annual Indoor Meet;
First Series. Starts
on "januarv 18.
PLAY FINAp MARCH 1
The final arrangements for the third
annual Grammar jStWOLAthJetlc nejt
hae begjUJpade-jgSgTjJ mqet-jirom a-
jes io'ieine nest ever neia. -mere
will be elx schools In the meet.
The annual athleilc- meet Is thy
big athletic feature of. the graded
schools ofHig, AY?rre? district. The
very best athletics-talent In the var
ious features Is brought out and the
JotnpeUtlon JsTpVtne keenest. The
leet this "reur ill begin on thi
lghteenth,oi ;)I3 wonth. wl'h the
Central school of Bisbee. and will
end, with the big Grammar School n
door meet.at"ibe'fcT? M. C. A- on
March 1. Already those -who expect
to enter the meet are preparing for
the different eents.
Tho schools -Included In the meet
are: Bisbee Central school, Lowell,
Don Luis. Warren, Lincoln, and South
Bisbee. The meet Is open to all pu
pils "of thefce ichools from the Jifth
to the eighth grade. The first meet
will be held J- the Central school.
There are sit events and each event
will be participated in by each or th
lour grades. The first three winners
Id' each eent will represent the'r
district and will be- eligible to com
pete In the rnt,er District Indoor Gram
mar School meet, which wll be held
on .March 1. The meets for the pre
liminary to outs for the big meet will
be held,' one each Saturday afternoon
at '' -o'clock, beginning with the Cen
tral school, t ,.
In the final events in the Indoor
meet last year the. cup was won by
the Lowell school. The year previous
it went to the Warren school. The
cup must be helihree times u a
school before Jit 'finally becomes the
property of AfcAchool.
The follawinlO !he schedule of
the mceU-jK . S&
Central School' Athjgltc Meet Jan. IS
LsttcU School-Athletic Meet Jan. 'lit.
Don Luis ScEwrtiA"Uifitlc Meet Feb. 1.
Warren School Athletic Meet Feb. V
Lincoln School jftthletic Meet Feb. lo.
South Bisbee School Athletic Meet
Grammar School Athletic Indoor Meet
March 1. . ,
The information for contestants Is
as follows: . .......
1 Meet open to Central District
residence, from the fifth to the eighth
grades Inclusive, and who have satis
factory grade reports. '
2. Boys who have or can obtain ath
letic suits, should-wear them, but if
for any reason 'these can not be had,
the ordinary street clothes will suf-
Z. No heavy, sole, shoes will be
permitted.' , ' ,,
4 The first three winners In each
event, will represent their District
and will be eligible to compete in the
inter Distrlcl'lndoor Grammer bchool
Meet to be held March 1, 11S.
The events to becompeted 1n are:
Running h?gh JmnjK tandlns bro
jump running broad jump. hop. sWp
and jump. thlrtAwM dasb, and shot
put. The cntrjgs close on .the six
teenth of 'this month.
The year 1912 witnessed tba down
fall ot many champions In tho realm
of sport. Willie Hoppe, however,
reigned supreme throughout the year
In the 1S.2 balkltna billiard world.
Many critics who watched him play
In the three championship contests
In which he competed In the first
half of the season contended that
the young New Yorker bad lost his
oW klll. But the slump proved to be
only temporary, and In the recent
tournament at New Tort he easily
retained the world's championship,
losing but one game, and that by 3
points to Kojl Tamada, the Japanese
CALENDAR OF SPORTS
'FANS LOOK FOR
Annual trials of United States Fi eld Trial Club begin at ltchatcbic,
Alfred De Uro vs. James Mature, for pocket billiard championship, at
New York. Koji Yamada vs. George Slosson
, 18.2 billiard match. 2.400 points, at Chicago.
Opening of annual show ot Clove! and Automobile Dealers Association.
Opening of Mississippi Valley Motor Boat Show, at St Louis.
Opening of tenth annual midwinter golf tournament at Plnehurst.
Wrtstling match between Henry Ordeman and Jess Westergaard, at
Meeting ot the Wisconsin-lllinoU Baseball league, at Milwaukee.
Annual championship tournament of Kansas Checker association, at
Harry Trendall vs. Willie Schaefer. 8 rounds, at St. Louis.
Joe Rivers vs. Leach Cross, 10 rounds, at Empire A. C, New York.
Sutton vs. Mornlngstar, at New York, for world's championship at 18.1
Opening of the Western Intercollegiate basketball season.
Annual bench show -of the American Pomeranian club, Waldorf Asto
ria, New York.
.Opening of annual automobile show in Madison Square Garden, New
Annual meeting of the United States Golf association, at New York.
: .Annual indoor track and field inret of the Xavler, A. A.. New York,
Patsy Callahan vs. Young rDriscoll. 10 rounds, at Brooklyn.
the sprinkler will be about the same
as a drop from .the team.
Mr. Frank Farrell, who. some time
ago had the Highlanders vishcd on
him. Is still engaged In the merry
pastime of trotting back and forth
across the country in the pursuit of
Frank Chance. At the time of hurtl
ing to press Mr. Farrell is still about
one lap behind Mr, Chance.
Y. M. C. A.
ti nil over but the chirping and
wo have a new Heavyweight Cham-
ninn For Jack Oohnson is nly a
heawweight ''champion, -with no cap
itals" about it unles-s it hapliens to
be capital punishment by the Chicago
courts. And-the new champ la-otle
of the youngest bamis that ever
,i ,, iha iMtlier. It will be a
couple of months yet, March .. to be
exact before he Will be able to vote.
And he not only beat a man that was
two years older, and that two years
niiir at Palxer's time of life for
i f ormrience la the ring, but he
walloped a man heavie- and with .
There werehejusUal jost.mortems.
Carthy salJUfeLhe admired tils tip-
ponent, bu,30S$re- J4'"
m'anacer wasTtthcrSTwith the oH
ZeJZ ' rafeons the Hnes
that his xnans3ot ftU that he
knew that hAwa35otjfit, that he was.
fit. Which would naturally irompt
a large question mark as tor the rea
eon ot the unfitness
Already the challenges are coming
in. Everr hope and near hope and
good many hopeless hopes are
shining in their challenges to the
victor. Probably .the huskiest propor
tion that McCarthy will have to go up
against Is one Bomfbanller Wells, a
t,. T,trHhman who uas the
l.evles across the pond all dodging
for their holes.
No word yet from Jack Artha John
son about thefight. For one -who has
Henaatag,tbe limelight so ass dl
ously'H lodTufe it'he is overlooking
a bet la ?thef esent lastauco. ,
" President Murphy, of the Cobs, lias
puVole Nevr'Tear-s resolution in the
contracts of the Cub players and It
At that, Farrel'has the right Idea.
If anytlffog short of an explosion
could ra'se the Highlanders Into the-
first division that same thing is Frank
Chance. Any salary that he sets he
Is certainly going to earn.
JTiut think ot the Chicago fans
chucking pop bottles at the once
"Peerless leader" when the Kilties
strike the lake city.
SOCCER GAME TOOAY
Will Be Between Knights
and Stars at .Warren
Park; Starts 2:15
Quite a bunch of Soccer fans prom
ise to be ou.t to see the game be
tween the Knights of Columbus and
the Tombstone Canyon Stars at War
ren fcall park this afternoon. The
game has been called Tor 2:15.
That the two teams are ot equal
strength and will put up a hard fight
is expected by all but tho fans are
faoring the Knights team who will
put up an especially strong game In
order to hold their points over the
Lowell bunch who are considered to
be in a favorable position for .the cup
and medal of the district The Can
yon Stars are a hard fighting bunch
and have practiced hard for this game
with the Knights and they are con
fldeni of a victory.
The following are the line-ups for
the two teams:
Knights, Murry. goal: Millican. Elden
backs: Lyons, Greer, J. Doyle, h.
,backs; Smith, nibble, J. Doyle. Llddi-
cote, JJIIHon, forwards: H. Johnson,
Cunningham, H. Murry, reserves.
Stars, Walt Johnson, goal; Dough
ertr, Ed Johnstone, backs; J. Uddl
cote, W. Johnstone, Whitehead, h.
backs. Ashman. Hope, Klrkbride,
Bennett, Thomas, forwards; Jlorth
more, Carrll, G. Friend, Manley, reserves.
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Ralph Slate, of the Albion Soccer
Football club of Jersey City, has es
tablished a new American record for
the game. He shot ten goals In a
Freddie Welsh, the little Kuglish.
scrapper, says that be wilt soon rlslt
these shores again to look for glory
and, incidentally, a few sheckles. Fred
die has cleaned up everything on his
side of the pond and Is of the opinion
that he has a good chance of doing
the same on this side.
Paekey McFarland Is asking J7GW,
wHh a privilege of 35 per cent of the
gate, to meet Jack Brltton in Ne-
York And the demand for the
scrap is so great that he will probably
get H. And still they say that re
ducing' the tarlg Is &3iag to crimp
the high cost of Mving.
Tuesday night will see the first of
the boxing matches at the Y. M. C. A.
that have been staged for some time.
The boxing tournament was started
early this season and has proved to
fee one of the most popular features
of the association. For a time dur
ing the holiday season the sport had
"lo be abandoned, as so much other
work came up, but, beginning with
the bouts on Tuesday night, the box
ing will be a feature each Tuesday
night through the remainder ot the
Two lightweight, one welterweight
and one middleweight scrap Is sched
uled for Tuesday. In the lightweight
division Porthouse and Peart and Le
tise and Variiender are matched. All
except Lavlne have been seen In ac
tion before and arf known to be
fast little scrappers. Lavlne has not
yet been seen In action at the Y., but
he is said to be a very good boxer.
In the welterweight Jegust and Hofer
will meet and Stoombs and Ivey ha .-e
been matched for the middleweight go.
The bouts will be of three ronnds
each, with two minute rounds and
one minute Intermission. They will
be refereed by Spicer and Dr. Hawley
and Captain Hodgson will be the
Judges. The first match will be call
ed at 8 oclock.
made a tery good showing and it Is
believed that this year's team has an
excellent chance of carrying off the
first honors. The games are plajed
at the El Paso Y. M. C. A. The date
of the match this year has not yet
been announced, but it, is believed that
it -will soon be made. There are us
ually about six team$ in the tourna
TArt you ask for heer do not take a sub-'
wv BiKsBi stitute. Insist on having The Tann
hauser Beer, (the heer that is bottled at the
Brewery.) Delivered to you at $3.50 per case.
If your grocer does not have it, call
Boston & Brown
Agents of the Copper City Brewing Co.
Physical Director Wadswarth re
turned to the city about the middle of
the week after spending three days
to the east of the city on a hunting
trip. He reported the game in that
section as excellent.
The Boys and Girls basket ball
teams played at the Y. M. C. A. last
week, the Girls winning the game.
The games have become quite a fea
ture at the Y. and it is expected to
continue them through the winter.
Nne young pitcher have been or
dc"re to meet at the Marlin, Tex,
training xreundg of the Giants when
the spring training season begins. Mc
C.raw has decided that he will make
a greater effort than eer before lo
baId up a strong pltehlug staff and
this is assigned as the reason tor
trying out such a drove of hnrlers.
Most of the youngsters are right band
ers. There was a mint of money lost in
Britain ou tiie Falzsr-McCarthy fight.
Palzer, more on a lueky punoh than
anything else, had knocked out Bom
bardier Welts acme time ago and the
Britalns were strong for the German
to win. as they thought that a re
lam match between him and Wells
wonid end In the Englishman nabbing
the crown. So considerable shillings
were put up and lost on Palmer, i, ;
John Paul Jones, the Cornell track
star, has sent 1n his entry for the
'1000 yard special scratch race, which
will be the feature ot the IrlsU-Araer-
. . . " . Vrai- na thr een- Iran Athletfe club at Madison Snuare
wont MW' '"-- --, RTj"-;, r c.-n.,,re r
Wit 1.,...J u.
On Monday, January 13. steps will
be taken looking to the organization
of a Y. M. C. A. basket ball league.
On that night all V. members are ask
ed to meet at the building and discuss
plans for the organizing of as many
teams as can be formed lor tne tour
nament. It is expected that at least
lour and probably six teams will be
organized. It Is reported to play at
least one game a week.
The extensive Improvements that
were started at the Y. it. C. A. some
weeks ago are now about completed
and the building has been greatly Im
proved. The gymnasium has heen en
tirely gone over and Is now in first
clas shane. The upper floors of the
ibnlldlng have also Jbeen redecorated
nnd It Is expected that all the wor
will be completed in a short time.
eral run ot resolutions are. The reso- Garden. N. A. on Fskwar
iinn pertains &: r er " pwlo4 0l 3ett
Ltates aT3'Iength'lhtH dropfroia ure -rftrWw wHh such pVou
It Is expected that the local Y. team
will stand a ery good show In the
Southwestern Buskfctball C'iiarai!on
shlp tournament, which Is hel'l each
The team last year
It is expected that a date will be
set this week for the basket ball
game which Is to be played between
a team organized by the carrier boys
of the .Review and the Central Gram
mar school team. The Review team
has challenged the Central team and
the challenge has been accepted.
Although those who are to appear
In them have not yet "got together,"
the Y, M. C A. minstrels will certain
ly be given this -winter- A number or
meetings have been called bat Mr
Coy, who is to direct the minstrel
show, has not been able to be pres
ent and for thin reason the organiza
tion has not yet been started.
I have purchased Matt's Market
including all ot his book accounts and
wish to notify the public that any
and all accounts that they may have
with Matt's Market are payable to
L. D. GAMBLE.
Dec. 28. 1912.
Adt erllsemenL 370
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address Superintendent of Training
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A GREAT PROBLEM
year at, EI Paso,
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nort?? "tl" 5
nerkr'ai "Mel" ' Sbjepardf and "Tatk;
The rumor of the sale of tbe Phil
lies by Charles Taft has come to life
again. This time the report has it
that William Locke hai secured an
JHfdti on' the ttMDi ami that ho will'
certainly taKc it up.
,,. To Mi., Rescue.,,, fo
-"I am at Jprafenttdevothjg a. goodt
d ili of Umstolbe'Baeon-Sake8p'ar6
controversy," said Old Ed. Howe, writ
ing In his own magazine. Think ot
the absurdity of it," he continues;
We do. Our notion of nothing to get
excited about Is this Ttukivoe. controversy.
From our exchanges we find noth
lng but praise for the elegant pro
duction givea by the United i'lay
Comnanv In their presentation ot
Charles Klein's great story play,
The Third Degree." The play was
on year at the Hudson 1 heatre. New
York.Clty.-rjertfcemcpt , 41
From Personal Experience.
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