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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1913,
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CALENDAR OF SPORTS
Kid. "Williams or Baltimore and Ed-
UIa .fflnnl of &Ln Franplam nrHAta
do battle before Mccarty's Vernon
!club.tn California on February 11. and
Cwnoerer walks out of Iho rtne wln-Intf-wlll
be eWen a. belt emblematic
iOf tUe world's bantamweight cbam
pSonahlp. Williams now claims to be
champ by reason of his newspaper de
cision, over Johnny Coulon In New
Tortc laat fall. Coulon. however, does
not admit that he's lost the champion
ship, and la reported s being con
siderably peeved over McCarey ao-itlaiCL.
National chimplonsblp field trials begin at flraml Junction. Tenn.
1'aciHlc Coast field trials begin at tlakersOeld. Cal.
Sfeeting to complete the organization of the Interstate BasebaK
I.eine. Steubetn ille
Third annual midwinter lawn tennis tournament .opens at Pfnehurst.
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Opening of anuual bonxpiel of Brandon-Curling ctnlt. Brandon, Man
QpenlnR of automobile shows lit U-troit.- lluffalcr-aml Scranton, l'a.
Jim Uriscoll vs. Owen Moran, 20 rounds, at London, for featherweight
Jack Redmond vs. Pal Urown, lo rounds, at -Milwaukee.
International outdoor skating championships at Saranac Lake. N. T.
Start 'ofstx -day bicycle race In Convention Hall, Kansas City.
Annua! Indoor track and held games at the Pastime A. C New York
Phil Brock vs. Joe Shugrue. 10 rounds, at Younctown. O.
Johnny Kllbanc vs Young Drlscoll, -0 rounds, at Brooklyn.
National A. A. U. wrestling championships begin at Milwaukee.
Opening of Hull Driving Club Ice meet at Ottawa, Out.
Central A. A. 17. boxing championships begin in Cleveland.
Joe. Itlers vs. Trankle Russell. 10 rounds, at New Orleans.
Clarence Ferns vs. Tommy Pow ell. ir rounds, at St. Joseph, Mo.
Jimmy Clabby vs. George Urown, io rounds, at Milwaukee.
Opening of National Automobile Show in Chicago.
European skating championships begin at ChristlanUv Norway.
Mike Glover v. "Kid" Graes, "0 rounds,. at Brooklyn.
KNIGHTS MEET COLTS
:(li GAME AT WARREN
Aaotlitr one of the series of Soccer
football games is scheduled to be
played at the "iVarren ball park at
U:l this afternoon, when the KnlghU
of Columbus team will meet the crack
leant. o' the Graham Colts. The
"Knights have strengthened their team
by the addition of new material, while
the Colts have strengthened thir for
wards with the- Hawley brothers.
No' doubt ailarse crowd will be out
to ee the game and It is expected
tbaj, the Catholic boys will bring a big
bunctf of rooters with them. The
Knights have a good team and, so
far, &re considered to be in a good
rwpltkm for the cup and pennant
which Js fo be awarded to the -best
team in .the district,
Knights; Murray, . Eidon, CapL;
nibble. Smith. Greer, Jno Doyle, Ud
dicote, Lyons, Jfoe Doyle, Dillon, Cun.
uingham. Reserres:Johcson, Mllli
San. CblU: Lancaster. Burrows, Richard
Soni Ainsworth, Will Johnson, Bryan,
Wuitejj. Hawley, jack Hawley, Rock
ett, tarter. .Reserves Fitzgerald,
Umpire Tom Connolly, of the Amer
ican league, is of, the opinion that tliii
only saving of timet in the playing of
games can be made fcy sieedins'utj
the workings of thebatleries.
The proposed 20-round bout be
tween Al Palzar and Jack; JohnsorH
resembles a large piece of cheese. "
In earning a drawla his recent
bout with Joe Rivers; Leach Cross
showed New York fans'that ho was, a
real fighter. i ' '
Horace rogeJ, the former prcsiderii
of the Philadelphia Nationals, has
gone Into the hotel business in Atlan
Pitcher Larry Pane, of the Boston
Red Sox, was recently sold nncondi
tionally to the Buffalo club, of the
Tom Connery, who managed the
Hartford team, of .the Connecticut
state league, last year, has been
signed as scout for the, St. Louis Car
Johnny Coulon, the American ban
tamweight champion, has passed up
the offer of"$3000 to meet Charley
I-edoux In Paris.
Jim Jeffries declares that he never
learned the crouch from Tommy
Ryan, but from boxing with big Bog
A brother of Zach Wheat's will be
taken along with the Brooklyn super-
ban on the training trip. Zach says
his brother is a great catcher and
will make good.
i -What promises to be ope of the
most interesting city matches of the
ieason will be the bowling games with
Douglas. The -scores of all the bowl
'rs are being kept and the team and
substitutes will he selected from those
having the seven highest scores. Al
ready more than a dozen men have
entered for the team -and It is , as
sured that a strong, team will be or
ganized. TheTflrtr game will probably
be-"played onFebruary 1. The series
will .be constituted of three games,
two to be played at Douglas and bne
Some 'excellent playing -tjas been
brougfjt-out in-the Grammar school
basket ball league. The league ptayea
its second series on Friday night.
when the Central and the jSenior-Jun,-lors
The boxing matches held last week
were about the best that have been
held this year Two knockouts were
the result of the three bouts. An' ex
cellent card is being arranged for
Although It is still somewhat early
for spring meets, plans are already
underway at the Y, for a big meet.
The meet will include all branches of
sport and an effort to interest outside
cities will be made.
The season for both the boxing And
basketball will be over onVMarcfe 1.
Ou that date the medalsjjn the various
boxing divisions wilt1 be given out.
It is probable tbit the matter ot
the Grammar school athletic league
will be taken up this week. The mat
ter has already been discussed and at
present includes bait a dozen schools,
Bamberger's wife has gon away tor
a mucO-needwd rest and bis sister la
keeping bouse for hlia. The children
ml their mother, but. after all. It's
'rather spicy barUig' Aunt Nan around.
One evening while Bamberger was
taking off his overcoat In the hall, he
called out to. whom it might concern:
I sincerely hope, for the sake of the
rest ot you, hat the air ot this house
,1s not o vtt(ated ag,It seems to ine."
', "Hallo, daddy I What's thatr It
.was biSjhlgh, school daughter, answer
ing from tbe living room.
"I ,was saying that you seed, fresh
air In j here" Ho appeared' In the
doorway and viewed his threo chll
dren, snuggled together under the
.lamp, reading In stuffy content. His
sister was not there.
"Kenneth, get up and open the win
dow, and do it quick," the man of the
house commanded. "The air in hero
'is vile. You could cut it . wlh, a
"Vile!" The echo sounded from tbe
dining-room. Then the curtains part
ed and his sister faced him. "Vllet"
she repeated, emphatically.
"Well, Nannie, you there T" Ills tone
became conciliatory. "I mean, you
know coming In from the fresh air
'There certainly can be nothing In
the air of this bouse as offensive as
your word vile!,"
"Oh, well, I dldnt mean it as strong
as it sounds. But, really, sow. have
you had any of the windows open to
day? "Any windows open! Before you
came down to breakfast this morning
I opened the dining-room window, all
three In here, the parlor window, and
the front door! After you'd gone to
the office they were all open again.
for cleaning and dusting. One win
dow In the kitchen Is down from the
top all the time from morning till
night The bedroom windows were
vide open half the forenoon. The
window on too stairway has been up
all day. I just .closed things a little
while ago to have it comfortable when
Bamberger suppressed a retort that
rose to his lips. "Oh, all right!" he
said Jovially "I'm glad It's better
than it seemed. It struck me as pret
ty hot as well as cloBe." Then be
looked at the thermometer and smiled
Remembering the children, his sis
ter swallowed several remarks which
she felt would have been good for
him, before she said calmly: "Really,
George, it's out of jplace to ask an
intelligent woman whether any win i
dows have been up during the day",
She turned back Into tho dining-room,
where she waa giving last touches to
the table. "Cut It with a knife!" they
heard her say indignantly. "The
The children looked on In open-eyed
delight. There was nothing new in
daddy's criticising the air of the
house, but to haveanybody dare to
talk back that was the spice of hav
ing Aunt Nan around.
At about five o'efock next day thlngi
began to get spider than ever. Aunt
Nan, with spirited motions, went from
roam to room. Singing up every win
dow in eight.
"Whew! It's cold," Kenneth grum
bled, but a word from AtuifNan turned
his scowl to a grln.rDown. to the'base
ment be hurried and turned off the
hot air from every register In the
house except Aunt Nan's. Then Into
that warm and cozy Bpot, by Aunt
Nan's invitation, he and his brother
and sister merrily .trooped.
"It's just a little April fool Joke on
daddy," Aunt Nan explained, "if we
could get him to complain 'of too much
fresh air for once, you see, It would
bo a great success."
"I say. Aunt Nan," somebody pro
posed, "wouldn't It be better It wt
were sitting down there enjoying It
when'be comes? We could put on out
coats and things."
"Yes, and spoil tna whole effectl"
the high school daughter objected.
'The right way would be, to put on
double clothes underneath and look
as- If we were just dressed for the
A little later tour puffy-looking per,
sobs, bubbling over with giggles, met
In the living-room. tAunt Nan, looking
ususuajly plump and matronly, .pro
posed4bat they ail pretend to be-reading.
At, the last minute Kenneth, with
a brilliant Inspiration, presented eacn
oae in taa group with, a table kails.
As. soon as daddy should .comment oa
t&a cold. every7one,.instesd,ot answer
lng, was to lift this irate, and besia
to cut the air.
In the dining-room disapproving
maid sneezed and sneezed again, won:
derlng if everybody was crazy.
"8h! Hero he comes," whispered
Aunt Nan. for the seventh time, but
the step outside passed by oace more
and died away.
The high school daughter began to
cough. "My feet are like ice," Bat
"It can't be long sow " Kenneth en
cosraged her, and as he spoke every
Just the telephone bell on the desk!
Aunt Nan, beljg nearest, took down
"WelC what's the trouble. Nasi"
said Bamberger's voice, a shade Im
patiently. "I've beep trjlag for aa
hoar to get the house. I won't be
bob3 to dlsner. The New York maa
ager'a in town, and I'm tied up with
him for the evealBg. Good-by."
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