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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913.
DUNDEE'S T I DUNDEE! DIXON IN THE WORLD OF SPORT 1 READY FOR 1ICI1 OF LACK STANDING OF THE CLUBS National Longm. Clot). Won. Lost. N, w York li 23 Philadelphia :is 24 Jirooklyn .'15 -s Chicago " s; Pittsburgh '."0 ;1' St. Louis 2'J ',wl'iti 'I" :I Cin'innuti 2'i ''- P"t. .4fi .lilS . ." j i; .:. 2? .44 ,42'. .41."i 3S American league. el,,!,. Won. Lost, rvt. Philadelphia r' .i..v,.i.,,m '; Washington S :! fhi-Kov ' : Huston ;M Detroit Si l.mils 4' New York ! Wi'HtiTn I.enifiiP (-lull. Won. I liinvir 4 7 St. Joseph 41 Dos Moines 1111 Lincoln "' Omaha Sioux fit v -s Ti.p.li.i "'j .Wichita -' ost. Vt. r.si Mill :i4:i r. t .' :m 1 I 't 31 SI 4:1 4:1 P.I raclilc Const Loncuft Cll,. Won. Lost. J .os Angeles ;l''' S.iU Francisco . . .1" 4 1 Portland 11 i Sill T.MNI' III" 111 4L Venice 4:: IT Oakland 111 ',S p.t. .::: ..-.d; ..'12 .4SX .4 7 K . 1 0 r, WHKRK THIOV Vl,W TODAV National I-nsuo. l'.oslrn at Krooklyn. New York at Philadelphia:, rineiunati at I'hhak'n. St. l.ouis at t'itishui'nh. Amerhfin l.MSll,, Washington nt Huston. Miiladelplihl t New York, rhieiii;,. at St. l.oniM. lletloll lit I'leVl'laml. NATIONAL LEAGUE hh iino. i: Plit-hmiih I. l-hieano, July :',-('hieao made a , 1(,,!i sweep of tha serh'K Willi l'ltls hutKh f.dav. hy winning tho fm" r of the series, II to I. Adams pitehed fine hall with the exeeptioll of ,he two hist inninnH, when ChieaKo hnnehed a total of six hits. Althmu-Lh llumphrh's was touehi'd for thre. 1 m.rs, otilv onee ,l,d the visitors )nne a mall on hase. Mamm'ef Kv'C-J .aved the name for Chieano In the npenim; innim;, when he made a run i iwi stop of Wilson's urontiiler, whieh Inoked like a sure dot.hle, 1.11,1 tossed runner out at first, retiring the M,le with the hases full. Today was mimertnai.'x last day to remain on l,js j.,,0.1 I ehavior in order to receive the other half of a tl"1 hill, mi.-halt of whieh was presented to him hy a fan" if he ( ould refrain fmm helm? i hased hy the umpire for a period of two Weeks, lie had a narrow eseape, however. lie was on third has;., and iitteinpteil to steal hmne. The throw Peal him and Kmpire qulnley called him out. Zimmerman arose to his fut and eoninieneed to arKUe wnn no umpire, hut suddenly and walked away. Si'nr:: 1'ittsl.urKh imi Inn ci,i, . . .nan (): ol down n. n. e 120 i. lrt 3 31'--(I n Iho leri.-s: Adams and ( iili'ttmn Humphries and Areher. Summary: Two-hnse hit Sehultr. Miller. Three-hase hit Kvers. Home l-im Wilson (21, lliatt. Dmihle play --Adams to llutler to .Miller; Kveis to Saier. lias,, on halls (iff Adams. '.; off Hamplu:ei, I. Struck out Ky Adams, hy Humphries, rinpiivp Quiuley and Kmslie. Ilruoklvn. IS; lloston, S. lirookl.vn, July L'. Krooklyn over whelmed Ronton today. 1.7 to 3. Tin' visitors went to places ill tile third in nitin, had pitching and worse fieldinK allowing the home pam to score nine 1 uns off three hits. Tyler, Xoyes and Hess tried to stein the tide, hut all vi re ineffective in till- k'.nlm,' and re ceived miserahle support. Strand, a i if Kosti il piichcr, went in after the fourth and cheeked the heavy scor im;. allhiinnh he was hit freely. Ita lian was tniiched for eiht hits In the tirst three innings, hut. stopped the Jiostons after that. The visitors used fifteen players. Wheat made four hits in a row. Score: Huston Krooklyn . Katteries: Strand and unit Miller. Summary Three-hase It. II. E. ..101 inn linn .! 1 1 I, (!(l--la 13 . .n:;:i L'I 1 T ler, Noyes, I less, ltariilen, Hrowii; ltaw.'Ui Two-hnse hit '.41 on Red. hit Connolly', Wheat. Douhle play Maranville tn Meyers. Ktrand to Maranville to Meyers; Hau ler! to Humuiell. Rase on halls Off Tylcl". 2: off N'oyes, 2; elf Hrs, 1; ol'i strand, 3; off R:man, 2. Struck mil I'.y Tyh r, 1: hy Hess, 1; hy Hasan, 2 Kmpiivs Klem and orth. Xnv York, 8; Philadelphia, 1. Philadelphia, July 2. New York won its third straight game Here to day, from Philadelphia, the score he tt'fr S to 4. Kadi team hit the hall hard, although the visitors were sel dom in danger of losing. They took a hit,' had hy driving Chalmers off the itihhcr in three innings iind piling up t'i ur runs off Moore in the fourth and fifth Hessions. Mathewson was touch ed up for thirteen hits. He had won derful control, compelling the home players to hit the hall, and he did not Hive a pass or strike out a hatsman. Hums, Snodgrass and Shafer each made three hits, while Doyle in addi tion to a two-hngtfer, scored two rnn n rs and himself in the fourth inning, xvith a homo run. drive ovrr the Hsht field fence. Score: ii jf jr New York ....nn,'! 310 Odl s 17 1 I'hiladclphia . .OOOno 110 4 13 1 Potteries: Mnthcwsnn anil Meyers; Chalmers, Moore iiinl Killofer. Summary: Tvvo-ln-e hit Shu for. Fletcher. Doyle, Kiiiitir, I .ii In ft. Duo- I hill, limn.' I nil Doyle, iiotiiur pia.v ! I.iuli nis to 1 ..lau . Fb'ti ht-r to sha fer. Huso on bails off Chalmers, j; off Monro, :'. Struck t n 1 1 1 1 ' . !:: mors, 2; l.y Moore. .1. I ' m jii r - Kig i r ninl l'yron. St. l.oni,, II; Cincinnati, I. Cincinnati, July 2.-- Kir. us hy Cin cinnati enabled St. I. mils to win file hardest game of tli- scries. ' to I. to day. Until Hurl; anil Hall T. who startnl the Kami', wtro knocked off the slab, the former In the fnt inning and the In tt.T lii the eighth, l'crritt. who succeeded Rurk, pililiod good hall, hut was taken out to allow Whit pd to i( C,r him. Whitt.'.l math' g""d hy ilriviiiK out a single ami Martini a batting rally In the eighth that only noted after St. l.mils obtained thi- haul. Sullec pit' hod the last two innings for S'.. l.ouis. holding 'I mill - in. Hi hitless. Ilrown finished hi gam I fur Cincinnati aiiil ullounl hnt one j hit, hut that rvi'iil ually sroi i-.l Ihr Umal St. I.mils run. KvaiiH rarrlial off jtho I attln I Sroro: SI l.ouis , . I'inciiinali honors. . . . JHfl I! II K. lmi fl:',l 1; in 0 mi una Ilia I S 3 J Kattio-irs: Kark, l'i rrltt, Salloo ami ' Witmo; llalti-r. Krown ami Kiltie. 1 Suiulliaiy. 'ruo-hasi' hit-iiakif, hoiii-p-hy. Kvans, I :.i i;li;i 1 11 III it. HnL-llili-ll. Thrri-hasi. lilt Kvn lis. Ii.ui hli. play lmiUr to Hi Ikhainiin r to ' llohlilzi ll. l'.aso on halls -nlf liar ; t 1-. 1'. Strm l, nut - Hy Ivrritl, - ; hy Mal-t.-r, 1 ; hy I. I'lnpins l'i. nu:iii anil Kiismi, AMi itirw MiAiiii; rhlliiilclphla K: New York 5. ; New York, July L'. Tin- Khiladel I hlatis wnn their third stiainht uame aainst New York today, hy lo . Ka, Il learn hit haid, hnt the home 'team did not appar dauueroiis un til the ninth, when tiny drove Hi nd er from the mound, Mettiiu.- three ! I n lis. Hush succeeded him w ith nmie nut and 1 1 1 i i k I retired the side. Three !fast douhle plays hy the visitors, tile !ieldiiiK of I tarry and the hatting of Collins, Raker and Schana; featured the name. Score: ! Philadelphia i New York . . . i Katteries: . Schniic: Kord I'. .nn.1, run o,i o x 2110 mm nn:', 5 Render. Rush and and Sweeney. Summary: Two-hasc hit Sehanu:. Three-h.-ise hit Collins, SehaiiK'. Home run SchanK. Douhle play Collins to Melnnis; Karry to Melnnis; Collins to Karry to Melnnis. Struck out Ky Render 1; hy Kurd 2. Rase on halls (iff Render Z; off Rush I: otT Kord 3. empires liinoeri and Kaiian. St. l.ouis 2-1: Cleveland 1-1. St. l.ouis, July 2. St. l.ouis and Cleveland divided a doiihle-heuiler here toilay, the locals winuiiiK the first (,'ame in eleven inniiins, 2 to 1, and the visitms takinK the second, 4 to 1. In tlie first same, Mitchell was effective except in the last InniliK, when St. l.ouis hroke the tie. The win ning run wn cored on a sinule and throe successive passes. .Mitchell had not passed a man up lo this inniiu: and fanned eleven. Rut three local players reached third hase. In the :-.eci, iid (fame. Stone was wild and this, together with Cleveland's timely hit tinK and the local's errors, wave the visitors the content. 1'irst name Score: 11. II. 1C. St. l.ouis . .1)10 Ouii (IftO ni 2 a 3 Cleveland . 00(1 mm inn on 1 H 1 Katteries: Hamilton and Aunew; Mitchell and o'.N'eil. Summary: Two-hnse CraiU'V. Three-hase hit Douhle play Sholton to van to Pratt to Stovall; hit O'.N'eil, Williams. Agnew; l.a Stovall to Pratt: Hamilton to Anew to Pratt to Hamilton. Rut'e on halls off Ham ilton 4; off Mitchell 3. Struck out Hy Mitchell 11; hy Hamilton 5. I'm- plres IfihlchrniKl and o'l.ouuhlin. Second name Scon It, 11. fi- St. l.ouis . Cleveland . Ralteries: Ka I k filbert;' Sumhiary (uii inn nnn l , 2 , . nun jol 2004 S 2 Stone and Alexander; and I. ami. : Two-hase hit Turner, tt, Williams". Douhle play Iji.loie, Pr, Rrief to Alexander to Austin to Pratt. Rase on halls Off Snme 7; off Kulkenhorg I. Struck nut Hy Kalk enher !l; hy Stone 4. I'mpires ( I'l.otighlin and 1 1 ildehra ml. Detroit 7; fliioiigo ."i. lietroit, July 2. me big inning, in which eleven men went to hat and in which Detroit scored seven runs, gave the home team a victory over Chicago today by a score of 7 to ti. Rcnz, who started pitching for f hlcauo, was bat ted from the mound in the fourth in ning, and White, who succeeded him, lasted only until the finish of that period. Smith, In the last four Innings, pitched great ball. I.r.ke -.va:: hit hard, hut managed to stave off defeat af ter his teammates had secured their big lead: Score: R. II I". i Chicago 002 002 001 .r lo 2 Detroit 000 700 OOx 7 10 2 Ralteries: Renz, White, Smith and Schalk, Kuhn; Lake and McKee. Summary: Two-base hit Rake, Kuhn. Three-has,, lilt Hodle, Col lins, Yeaeh, Louden, Crawford. Dou hle play Weaver to Chase; Rush to I.ouden to Plpp. Rase on balls off Smith 1 Struck out Ry Renz 2; by j Smith 1; by Rake 4. I'mpires Kvans and Sheridan. ! Washington 5; lloston 0. Roston, July 2. Roehling held Ronton to three hits today, Washing ton shutting out the locals, 5 to (1. 11 was the .seventh successive victory for the-Washington pitcher. He wim giv en fine support, while Huston's errors were, costly. A high throw by Wagner gave the visitors their first run und a low throw by the same player d ur ine; th,. third' inning, let in their sec ond tally. A double by Milan, In the same Inning, sent In two mote runs. Moran'M ilouhli', ShanKs' safe hunt anil 11 low thiow hy I 'ii t, i in iho 11I1UI1 (nnhh il Mor.m to tallv. Soiv: R. H K. ! Wtishlimton .. 11 0"ii mil ."1 ii 1 j lloxtoti linn nun mill a .1 4 ( l!atti-rli: r.orhlinu an.l Ih'nrv; l.Mocly, (!. l-'o'-t. r ami t l iu'.in. Sililiiniiry; Two-hu--o hit Milan, Mori;an. Thi.'c-h.'m,. hit l.owix. I'oii- , hi,, plii y W.i k hit I., laulr. Ita-ic on I LalN--i iff Ihii'liliiiK " ; off MomMy :i ; j off I',. I'osn r II. Sliii.'i, out - l! liorti ; linn hy (i. I'osi. 1 I. I in pirfj - Mi -itiroi'Mv anil I'.Mim.lh. , Ih inif, II. I; Wii hiia. .:. ; wirhita. .in iv :. 11. 1. 1 hittiii- hy 1 liiiiM-r I'omhlii.ii villi i r i a I. Inn.:. , lost U'ii hita hoth (,-aini s of a .Iniiliic-, hoaili.r, toilay. I'licik. i. Inla's ip-w i'oIIi-hi' pili-hrr, fini.-li.. iln- first (JMIIIO hohlimt I ll II .1' !. .. l I. -!1 ill' !six iuniiii.'S, ami hut f.n m (n..r in, tho si'MDlh, inlyht ha i- ..V.a.i a shut 1 out for tho Mi-vi'ii inniiiu h puihril. i Si oii. Kirst jiinip: I: 'I. K , iriiv or mm m. ii 1 il I jwirhita mil mi a.... j s llatti rios. Kenan. Km II; ni.l Wa ( noli; S' I l'i iher ami Spa hr i Summary: Two-hase hn i;ilniore ( 'hanni II. Kal. h r. k. i iot t.t. Sirm k out i'y S hr. il. el-, I l.y Ku i ik. . Case nil hull "1 II. ';an, '.' ; i.l I S. hnilier, I . I'lnpii i Su;ler. i , Seoj-e - S. r"i'. I I!" me I :. 1 1 . 1 ! I lenv.T i "I ''ii:' '' il. :i h i. .!, "ill iiii ii ii :' ,. .,' , . , ,, , 1;,, P i es: Kinu ami ,-pahi. Mail - . ,lo ami I astle. I Suniinary; Two-hase In! .l.i- Channell. Iloine inn Kills. Sttu.l' i ut Ky M.Mhhix, I. Ka-e nn halls uff M.nhh.v, ; n ft Kin.;. L'. I'uipif ' - Silkier. , (iinalia. ',: Sioux Hy. :!. , Sioux I'ity. Julv - iiin.iha made a ! i lean s'.Veep of the Si tie -l Willi Simix City today, uit.i.iiiK hv a sere ,,f 7 tu I 3. Six runs in the eiuhth Inninn took! a K line in whL h the locals looked like winners. ' I! '' Tf" ...nun n m;, i 7 a Score; i imaha Siuux fity ....12" ' " X - Katteries: Reteis and Johnson Wheatley, Iv.ell and 'ann. Summary: Two-hnse hit iliuhh, Nefi. Callahan. Three-hase hit Rums. liouhle plav-Neff to J ol.n - ::" t;7'Z V::1:!::! .(If Whcalley, 2; olf Holers, 4; off 'kzi-II, I. I'mpiri - Anderson. 1 lies Mi dues. Ill; SI. .lo-cph, I. St. Joseph, July 2. his Moines hatted the hall to all corners of tin t ii hi tuday and won, 1 a to 4. Score: R. It. K. Doh .Moines ..In3 4U'I ml.", Ill 2 SI. Joseph ...null mil -J 1 n 4x3 Katt.ries: Ka her and SleiKht; Mr Ciiunauhev, Jnhnsun, Thomas, Chel ! tie and Criflith, Kettcr. Sumiiiary: Two-hase hit Jones t 2 ), Andreas. Three-hase hit Kaher, (3), l Whs, Sleinht. I'ase on halls (iff Ka her, 3; nlf M cCiui na iikIii'V, 1; off Johnston, 3; off Thomas, 1; off I'hel letle, l. struck out Ky Johnson, 1; hy Thomas. ,'! ; hy Kaher, 4. Douhle pla Ucll- to Meinke to Klewel. l lll pire SeL'iist. 1 ineolii. I); ToK l,a. !!. Ti peka, July 2. A triple by Mullen i'l the fifth, with the bases full, ami a ..ingle in the eighth by AlcOoriniol;, jv. ith the lases loaded, enabled Lincoln j to w in, today, ii to 3. j Score: R. H. ? T. peka lliiOj 0H2 1110 3 S a : Lincoln nun u:!0 :;iin t; n i I Ralteries: Richardson, Kullerton and Crist; Dessau and I'ak.r. ; Suniinary: Two-hase hit I , iltapps. Raker, Harbour. Threa-basc ; Hit Mullen. Douhle play Parry to Jliapps. Rase on balls off Rii hard Ison. .'!; off Dessau, 2. Struck out -i Ry Richardson, 4: hy Dessau, 3. Km pire ( I'Toole. I I PACIFIC COAST I.EACCR i ! At Los Angeles ! Score: i, i. .; j'lakland 1 ., cl Venice ,; i:j 1 -Ratti rios Rankin anil Aitsee; ; Paum ami Klliott. I At San Francisco - i Score: j., n. K. ; I .ns Angeles r, 0 ! San Francisco s II 2 Katteries Perrilt and Crooks: Decallllier and Clarke. i At Portland ! Score: l, ,; Sacramenlo 7 ;i ; j Portland 4 ;i 3 Catteries Lively, Munsell, lx'ln- .'ella, Stroud and Cliss, Cheek; James, West, nnil Fisher. I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I , At Toledo Louisville, fi ; Tole do, (I. At Milwaukee Kansas City, 2: Milwaukee, 3. At St. Paul Minneapolis, 7; SI. Paul, 2. At Indianapolis Columbus. 4; In dianapolis, 0. SOUTHERN LEAGCK ; At Now Orleans New Orleans- 1 P.irmingham, postponed, rain. I At Montgomery Chattanooga, 0; Montgomery, 2. At Memphis Nashville. 3; Meni his, 4. At Mobil, Atlanta, 3; Mobile, 1. - NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE Portland 11; SpnWnii- 1. Vancouver 2; Seattle I. Victoria 1U; Tacoma 0. id outrage: Fish Mai ket OwLVd 'oy fiuis- soppi Canaro iii New Ymk City Winked When Owmoi Refuses to Gic I ) $r),000 Johnnie liun.I. e, the . Ymk felltllel nelUllt, who IllhtS TolUI!l IHVoll Ol' K. HIS IS I'll.l, hel'e I ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 L . afternoon, last nit;ht m. unl a leli. i I mm his falher, liiiisseppi I'anarn, al l.isini; him of the r.-. Mat; i f tin i 'arm lish market at No. .1 1 i W.-t I'.. 1 1 -lirsl street, ill :i. in. last Satiinl.o, hv nan. it. ". mi's hurl.. I into the Ironl iloms ..f the i-t a l.le.h -luent hy hlaek hamhn While the psh i.iaiket v.m un-i .mil I he l.nihllni; In whieh il va I,., ile.l a hailly ilamauiil. none .. the I'aiialo faintly was in lure. I. The hlier eaille as a -h... k to luin lh e, hill W hell e leal m . III ,t II. I one ha, I hei il lulure.l, he l.le. h.il With lellef. lie ile. l.ne.l thai the hlai k haiuleis wouhl i;et , 'ii mx i in lies i,f eohl eel if his I Illl. I i mi!, I leal 11 V ho pel pel l a t e ,1 the .!.,-! , I .11 v out -I aue, A , . nliliiii; to the Pe . ,. th, 1,1 ni. I, ami mitr.iue. puhii In,! in liie New Vi k lo w - papers of s I .,r. , , , elip piims i, f u hi, h I lumh , i , i eil in the letter 1 rmu his I i i in i , i ,l im imliui; foil. .v.il the i.,, ,i of far- I I, if . to pas H i "ml. I Ihleats ' . . t. . . ,, I., 111- l...w I, , n i I, , nil in' . 1 1 ee i . . a i i , tni'e, ,1 (',, , tteis , r to the puller, alio o. I," I v ere d, ta il, d to run ilnw n the ml- is. I spite their vigilance, tile hi i, i hand ei s partially Micee, del ill' iiivuiKont their threats. It is said that for tin- la i four months, ('arr.iro has I n in fieipt i,f Ida, k hand h tp is, eai h more III- I Kl.slelll th.ill the hie, e, III,, ohe , and ( l(, , ., t,,,, n,,,,.. . , mrhs ., , . , , .,, Idai k halnlt'is mnle eaia l In make , the lighter s father .i.-.-..,i.. to their I demands for mioiu y. In , ue ,,f th" ,,,., Slifi ,l,at i ,..,., -'I.... i.l,,. . I,e ,..v and that he (Carrarol. would have to ",..,.. 'ii'iii." illi m.llle of it. j , .,, m n , COLE M A N - BLAN K CO. will sign highways THROUGH NEW MEXICO I The Colemaii-Klank cniiuiiv of (this city, which op. Tap s a cmnpletely ' e.iii I garage and el. . Irh al supply I'Slablishment. has a w a I .led a cnntracl 'til the Kohll'l'il Ad Slgll enlllpallV, for sign posts which will I"' placed along the transcontinental highway from Santa Ke to A Ihtnpiei .pie, and Callup, and from Magdalena t., Spring. -i HI.-. Ariz. The situs ate to represent an outlay of $',mi when Installed, ami be sides directing the auto tourist, w ill also earrv an advertisement of the . Cnleinan-Kl ink c panv. Tin' sign will lie large metal ones with lug let - ; tors w lih li w ill I asily 1 1 ad at a distance. The contra, I awarded b'. 'he Coleinan-Klank cmnpanv is a piece nf enterprise whiili in sure t" ' lie appreciated hy 'motor tun I FEDERAL COURT ASKED ' TO FORFEIT JOHNSON'S I $30,000 PERSONAL BOND I !BV MOUSING JOtiml triciAL I BAUD WlMff! 1 Chicago, July 2. I'nite d States I ii ! trict Attorney W'ilkersou eul. ic.l a ! motion in the federal couit tod.i: . asking that the prrsonal bond for $30, nun given l.y .lack Johnson, negro i pugilist, on el. v. ti indictments, under j the fed, ral w hile slave ai t. for which ! he has lud y et he.-n tried, be I'oi fcit ; ed. Arguments on the motion w ill be 1 heard tomorrow morning. ' Lincoln I'urclia-cs Pitcher lauss, ! Lincoln, Neb.. July 2. The man agement of the Lincoln club today an- j nounced the purchase of Pitcher I'lauss from the lietroit American I who will report at once. ( lutliel.ler Donovan, a free .c ent but two years ago with the Central league, has al so been signed hv (he local i lub. Pitcher Wolverine, released lo Cal veston a short tunc ago, has returned hei ause nf the h, at ami has been re leased to the Keokuk club. Kid .Inluiii Reals Tommy Rack. Nevv "Sink, Jab 2. "Kid'' Julian, of Syracuse, outfought Tumin . iiuek of Philadelphia, in one of lb.' threi in-round I is between feailu-r- weights tonight. I-rank Fleming, the Canadian title Ic'der, had a shad I he better of Jo. Ibilllberg, of li.n h 1 iter and Matt I '.rock', of f! -v. Mm!, defeated Al Ddm. ml, of Roston. li, lel-ill PI to 7 l inoiile, Los Angeles, .Lily 2. Lead', ('mm and ' I ! ml ' Aml.mn finished heavy training today for their 20-rouiu1 i light on July I. .Midersnn rules a 1" to 7 favorite. V.is (lance at Society Hall. Old Tom 11 Hie I 0111 ilr ol .lul . AII11- 110011 anil cloning, a eood tiuu K a siiiisI, host inii-ic liiriiislicd. (Id. Shucks! Though Willie Moth was young and green, Of course, he tlmiig'i! he knew il all: That's why he I tagged tha. he had been ' Invited to a camphor ball. i'.oston Advertiser. UNION ASSOCIATION At Rutte Rutte, T: Helena, 2. At Missoula --Micoiila. (I; !rent j Falls. 2. At Salt Lake -.nll Lake 11; ' g ; len 3. i TOMORROW Bom.'.m Cud iii lliis li!y di r Auspires ol New Me'.'oi Athlcilc Club Will IV IV' ir l.c,;t in St;t!". I o I! li(H l (Mil l II. Main cveiil .lelioinc Dundee. nl New Yuik, and lummy Dix- nf Ixan-a- t ilv, feat In 1 vm Ighl 11 niciiil. is Im the world'. ehlllipion-lll'. ten rnlllli'- lo II di 1 lloii. - inl-w Itnliip hid Paxil. of I I Piisn, lex., ami Kid dliam-, n Denver. haolaiiivveiglil. 1 Lilt loiiiiiR to a dcel-ioii. Minor cveiil Mike lt.ua, ol Saudi I c, ami oioig ( aoolc. ol lhiuueiipio, Minor event nnn' .loc Riv. lis, of Mhiiipicripic, and . nung lleiToia. of Xlliuipiriiiue. Rclcici II. I'. Iielllllll. Place li nnn v . I inn I ir-l boul will -tail pioiiipllv at -' 01 lis k. Door- iipeti at I o'clock. Return- In, ill the Rili hie- Riviis I'hiimpion-liip liglnvvelglil hiiitlc at ''ail I in mi . and ilie (,,, ii'dcr.iin light in lo n- gcle, Ingither tilth ni'"' 11. , m nllii r lighl over ilie ii, null v and the liachall -con-. vvi In- lend at the iiog-ide. Johnnie Dun, be and Tmnmv iix"l. v. si, t dav w oniel up the. r 11 a mug j then battle tone. ti, vv aft. 'Hindi " ; ,hn. , iiy, nn. I. r the ainpl. .- nf th, New Mexi, o .. C Km h !" is ii ; l' rf... t physical Dim I" I"" "I' j flghl nf hi'l IHe allil eadl i'l co'ili.h ui 1 f 1 .111 returned the vl. tor. The Ian , v Im have walehed Dum lee and Dixon ; 111 ti. lining kimw that when the tvv.. I.atheivvcights clas.i m Hie ring, th will --ee what promises In VI, a!, St lioxlng runlet eV I I the : , ,11th", est. ,i.. V, ot U. d V estel',1.1 he lb'' .I'.'.ll 111 a !' 1 1 1 m "il at ti'.- New M. xien A. ( . gv :u. n. m three last rniinds w ith lx al li'.l uu", the Denver bant . in vv elf lit . ami Una ' r. ,1111, is vv itli nun : .Im Riv.-rs. a I" i i hoy . The Kansas City box, t . Ut h'nM ye-t.r.lay jirt to prove that he ha tin can, ds, and lh"e vv ho saw h'ui l",x V I I', consider, lIUV 'ail p''isc,i t-l see 111,' eh"., tin ss, hitt.iig aniiitv and vvdul. I -folly fast tw.a k el ln. n He trained enntinimualy fi-r an I 1. a a three-minute vvnrk m mie minute rest ; , he, liile, and In lh.it time pi I 'oil- clnsively 1 hat he has Illicit, I his . wind In the altitude aim will n,- en abled to tiaVfl Hie tell 1'h will' h his go w ilh Dundee is .". bed ,1 h ,l for. at a t. 1 nfie clip ail the wa I nxoii ..... . . 1. 11 ,. . i.iifi.l, ill of vv inning . . , ... 1 1. 1 In his Lie ami 11,' suaies mis n. . with many Albtuiiii ripie lans. i can't si e how ! vv ill los..." .-aid I 11x011 altet his tilial w rk-oiil yrsleril.n, and Charley Pins. .11, the v. ,lt,i w 1 b'tit, vv Im is handling the Kansas ( 'i'y boy, sc ., mi, d the remark with " Di x'nii will si.rpi ise theui all hv hi al ing I nimh"' lie, isively." I iiind ii'l his I i 'l I ovuig la-t lllglll. before he climbs Ihiouch III'' lopes UUlllllToVV allel'llooll. He gave the lans pli sent In sec 1,11,1 vv el k. a -teat show, boxing wilh Kid Pavo and Hairy Shafer. The New Vol kn look ' like a sum v n lor on form, and a. -1 elding to Manag, r Scolty :i "ith. never Was 111 hotter shape "Hinul'i du.Mi't know what ib leat all- said Montetth lasl n.ght. "The buy doesn't believe thciv is a man living Ids vv eight vv Iiii call heal him. m i- dn I and, to iniike it si rotigi r, I v ill say that Dundee Is the 1 a! nf any lighl- w eij lit now in the ga me. I mud u i 1 1 v. in Flidav aft, rim, ui ami will win 'h' 1 i- iv ,'ly. There is not Im b ast doubt a hunt it in his or my mind." Dixon and Dundee will put in today' ,, im; light road work ami lakiic; "hlv enough other exercise to kc p in t I 1111. I lley Will C.IV e llo Sim w 1 m I., lis at the gy ninasiuiii. Kid i'ayo and Kid Williams an leadV for their hattie. as arc the hoys in the ,, her pre I im ma lie .. Kvorytding points to a icoid- hlciKlug ri'ivai an-1 ,iie ....... .j,.-.-, III il from any angle, ilhl hot I, Johnnie Dundee GONG 'V z H !.. j V f ,.. v' ., ... P )? w eVVV V t ,;i Tommy Dixon of in. tu . v ci up, a f: II 1 IA I M Mill II ! OL I' I. IV; 1 oTK( t il l. I Ml . , lot Mat I 1 vx. Who is staging lie D'M.il. Diki.ii , I, bad a tor. , , up, ni'i l.u.. all , av t. rdey al lb, aim iv. :,,,. Hie laid" Is to I . . tag. d , i' inn im.- 1 he 1 ui'! ami am !': Jla. , ! , ',,11 or 1 he seats. , .. ,j, , , i. n , one It ,M m I,,,, cut.r of the Mil I V ; pint, ,1 , ,,,,,, ,., , , ,, , , ii,., I,.,... .... . ... chn.i f the H und iv, I A i, ii ci" VMil Ii"! II, V ,,ur ai l in .,,,, a i r a u g e - i, , ..,.,,1 , i ,c tl inn h' ion: III. 'III. tin t ' a tunny vvht-u wid ma aU..r. a " -r- uv I, ar and nn u v , v ..f the inn. at all tne sue in ir ar.- U ' P"' is in I I,, aj.'i', ',. . .of he j( '" ., !,. . . ,, ., . ,,. Mid- ... ,,, ,,, , ,ii,., ei. . ,,i It ,, vv n l,,r I lie , i "!', ai ihi ' llO'ht He pi I fc"l Tin iii HI at III. I ,""s-i,b Hl! .;,,' I he eon I . ,1 ,1, !'. loll HO let I, i ida a I he nan in i b. l.uiln i w-.m hack ill the '. all, I v . Yes;, , ,., , , ,' ,. s, ,, , an ; , l.i 1 1 ii i i .tel.! 'Cli. a i. i In" mil " P vv il 1', s 'i a I toil.. 'iii . in e. I l'i s. oe. Thai 111" I. li, "I l'"a '! v.ill he ll, In in f, l'c I ' , ,v : ' ii a ill, i a i ,1 is iii-un-l, and ll i. a rale I'd that e v n y mail in A b 'i"i in i ,'ic win. Iiki s to sea high I las- I "Villi! " III be a special"!'. Willi Ilie I . I I'l iis I'l em lie I wo big I ighls oil ill" I'a, ilie cast i . the has, I,, H an II, I 1 1 a u,l o lot I Cl tuns, an a fin iiomi ,,t c uttuunus en-' ti rla iii nn at and x. ileimhl is nai - j ant,, ,1, 'I Im I,. pari of it ail is th, lact t li.il I he slu.u In it w ill si at t In lime f, th a si I oil I til ha V e I, cell 1 ,hi' hcl Hi Immh I ii m. n g, al ,1 : tin a i lieu v cm pi icu m 1 1 me i m , v it.' one pl'i ti I to Wilms the 1 in isli o I he . 1 1 . n 1 1 1, i ,(ii. .s,. lite I' .' "I ' lobil loud l a, e s, he, lu 1, ,1 l'"l ..n:v time a I ! ,,, ' . . Whip. Mix P.uy "Rii, k" O'Riii'n. boslmi, Julv .'. 'I lion.as ,1 "Ruck'' i i I :i icu. ,,n i, I I In la" i ell A inn I a II .,K,. iitcheis v, ..,.,i ,,,l;,v lo the ,.h, , ,,, , , ,. ial hli ,1 mil to I he I a u . , r , I , I , , n i I I a ml la le in that na.'Mi na, i. ah hi lindim, - - j Results from .lniirii.il Waul Ails. A, CVl of New York. 1 ; 4 A J Kansas City. OTTO FLOTO REGRETS INABILITY TO REFEREE DUNDEE-DIXON BATTLE w-m teleralll to Director Mark I,,.. ,t ,,f ,,,. N-,.w Mexico A. C, rv- ., , ... , ) ' " Ml".l ll. 1,1 ix.ttin., , IV, ""' i' I" i ", rj -, n u 1 K I'll 1 1 ill Ol l lie in'll- v, r Post, thanhi'd Levy for offerin:; nl"1 "i'' opportunity to officiate ns in i ni man tn tne ring ami expressed III., r.-utl'l I lei t ,. liri.lii.OM nnunv.mnnl , " 1 " ' j calling him to Kansas City, made tt ' impossible for dim to accept. Mr. Ho , "I"" uiik eimor m me ui'ii- I er Post and the Kansas City Post. Is perhaps the must widely knnvvu !"'il ..iiiei in mi. riiiiiuri. iiowevei. 111 ""' selection in ti. i'.. Miermnn, 01 I his city, to act as arbiter of the nialrt event tomorrow, Director Levy Is get ting a man who will give entire Hntl.l facihui and Who has the confldenco of the fans of Alliuiinrr,iie nnd tho stair at large. Rla tl'Mtce nt Society Hull, Oil Ton ii. on Ilie I'ourtli of July. Alii r. noon anil , veiling, i gissl tiii Is us ui r,l, hrst inn Ir lurnisliiil. Tcmler Tilings. Silence is a thing so frail, Have a care how yon exhale, .Merely let Its name bo spoken, I. ii. ihe thing Itself is broken. I:, coi ,1s are more fragile things Thau an Insect's gauzy wings, I i, wet them by the merest tittle, r'uia.h they go, they are so brittle. - C. II. W.. In Roston Transcript. lloxitif) Houta Carded For Fourth Of My .). in, di, Dundee vs. Tommy Dixon, in loiinds, at Alhuipier- ipn c Ceiinv Chavez vs. Marry Dell, 'il i ids, at Trinidad, I 'olo. Knockoiil lliown vs. Johnny Crilllns, I.', rounds, at Put-In- Rav. 1 1. .Im. my Clal'l'.v vs. Tony Caponl, h in rounds, al Indianapolis, lnd. vf .biii Murphy s. Tommy .Jon.-1, lu loutuls, nt Indianapolis, ' In, I Jimmy Murphy s. Danny i ;,,,,, iniaii, In rounds, at Terro liauic, lnd. Malty Cutler vs. Tom Mi'Mn- I in rounds, at Pern, HI. Oil Morris vs. Jack Coyer, 10 4' I munis, at Denver, Colo. i .Matty Paldwln vs. Joe Schtl- mi ue, 12 rounds, at New Haven, ,f' i'. inn. Johnny Kilhaue vs. Jimmy Walsh, DI rounds, at Cincinnati, i ihio, Jack I '.l it tdii v s. Charley White, I'u rounds, al New Orleans, La. Willie Ritchie vs. Joe Rivers, r Z'l rounds, ut San Ftanclsco, Cal. Leach Cross vs. Rinl Anderson, 2n rounds, at Los Angeles. Jess Wlllard vs. Al Williams, 10 rounds, at Reno, Ni v. ileirge Knockout Frown vs. Jiuiiny Howard, 12 1 unds, at I'lllte. Mont. Jack Daly vs. Young Joe t Th'unas, III rounds, at McLean, Ky. I ohby Waugh vs. I'lldle Joiln- sen. 2n rounds, at Ruffalo, Colo. ,i W ihlcit Ferns v . Ym ug ' I 1 1 1 1 x . lu ri anils, at .New Or Iciri, I a. - f volmi Ji'linny ThnaipKi''n vs. Tim O'Neill, 0 rounds, at Aurorii. Ih. ., a, it , ,t, , ,h m 4 , eoults fiom journal Want Ads.