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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 5.1913. THREE N THE WORLD OF SPORT ENDING OF THE CLUBS Nulioiial liiigiic. Club. Won. I.o.st. F'-'t. ,nv York i't 23 Mi lilladclphia 40 25 .6 1 5 along., 3 33 . .5:15 rooklyn 35 3 1 .:"" ittshurgh 31 3K .4 1'.' '. I.ollls 30 40 .4211 oston 2S 40 .412 'iiii'innati 2 7 4 1 .340 American League. Cluli. Won. Lost. IVt. hiladelphia 52 IS .743 lel'clnild 4ii 2:1 .(.13 1 ashlllKion 41 "3 .55 4 I doago 42 3 1 .553 1 ... strii 35 34 .507 vtnlt 2! 47 .3x2 1 .mix 30 4'.t ..ISO ;.-vv orU 20 5U .2SH ! Western I .can uc. cluh. Won. Lost. I'l l, I nvcr 4:i 23 J . Moili.s 4 2 3 1 .575 ! Joseph 11 34 .517 iiaha II 3 1 .5 17 1 molii 10 3 1 .5 1 1 mix City 2:i ' 45 .3'.I2 .peku 2S 4 1 .3x!lj nliila 2''. 51 .33X l'llclllc loiist League. 1 Cluh. Won. Kr.st. I'd.' ,s AngelcH I:' U .511' 11 I'Tamus,-,, i:i 4 5 .52 1 1 uilnml 44 12 .512 Tnmciitu II 43 lss ; nice 15 4x .44 il.land 41 50 .151 MIIKIti: TI1I.Y I'l.AY T()1Y. Nalioiilil I.enue, Huston at I'hiladchdiia. New York at Hrooklyn. Cinciiinali at Chicago. SI. Louis at I'lttsl'iirnh. Aiiiei ii'iiii League. l'hiladelphia a' 1'oston. WashliiKion ul New York. 'hicaKo at Cleveland. I NATIONAL LEAC.riS I'hilaiMphla, tl-ll; Itoston, 2-1. I I'riiladclphln, July 4, - l'hiladelphia .1; hoth Inde' cnileiice day Kimii'S faii liihton, wlnnint; the inoininK litest , . me scoic 111 '1 10 . ami ine ('l'nooii name, 1; to I. The home team ,t James' delivery hard In the first j 10 innim;.s of the afternoon contest. ; hile Hixev held rc.ii. a down to four1 uttered hils. The i.-iters escaped t shut-out in the fourth liniinu, when .'. eeney not'eil en u pass. 5leers'i iuo-hanuer and Wlmlinn'M sairiliee .score r'irs'v 'Sloll ime: n. 11. k. mil 2 5 3 HO li 10 2 N'oyes, Tyler . . uoo 1 do . . 000 UOO Rudolph, Philadelphia . t Pattelies; tllnl Kal'idell Se.'iton and K'lh for. t, Suimi'.ary: Two-hase hit l'askert, toherl, 1. ml, 'ins. Home run Crav lt '1. liouhl,. play Connolly to Swee i. l'ase en hal's- nlT Kudolph, 1' Ml' XoyeK, 1; off T. ler, 1; ol f Seaton, struck out - Hy Kuuoipn, ; 1 y aton, 10. I'nip ires I';. Ten and KiK- Si ore Si" end Kamc: . . . 0011 1 on unit . ..:::io 000 (iiii James and H. H K "Slon iillad.'lphia I'alteries: ixey and K Siimniai'j : .'i;ee, Knal :t Knahe. 1 4 1 fi 14 0 Whalim;: illcfer. Tw o-has,. hit Meyers, Craialh. Thiie-I aso licuhle play Hoolan to n.ihe to l.uderus; Hoolan to I.uderus. use on halls (iff James. 1; off ixey, (I. Strm k , lit Hy Jaims, 2: 1' Kixcy, 3. I'mpires Uh;ler and run. si. 1.011I-. :i-ia: riitsiiurcii, I'ittsoarKh. J'.'lv. 4. St. I.ouis uml iltshui'Kh wi lit eleven inuinKs in a to ;: tie la tlie iun'iihiK ;;ame. The nne was called after the eleventh o ake room for the crown cominK to ic a 'i, riiuiiii Kaine. St. I.ouis took ie alti ineon Knnio from rittshiii'Kh iioiikIi the Mildness of the I'itts ii'Kh uii hers and l.y Ketting hils at ie I'iKhl lime. oi' Cooper and Cam iz they not six- runs in the fourth niiiK. Cooper left the hox with fee runners over the plate and the ises full. Hansel's triple then clear ! Ihe I ases. Kr, mi that lime th vis a's were kept addhij; to their striiiK. IhoUKli the locals made HuK'.'.ins three pitch, rs to retain the h ad. sand storm interrupted th.' "ante t twenty minutes diirinK the sev ith. In the ninth l:rne was hit in ie jaw hy a pitched hall and on re veiinK his senses he i;ae ' o cr a osli and Hied to hit him. Player.-, iiterfered. Yio- was put out of the me in the ninth for disputing oc 1' (uii;.-,v's decision. Seure Kirse i?amc: U. II. !'.. I. I.ouis . . . Olll (11)1) (1 1 1 ,1 u 3 1 0 I) iltshui-Kh ..(ion Out 101 no H) 3 llatteries: Hurke, Sallce 1.1ml YVIngo; 3 :ohnson, Camnitz, Adams and Simon, elly. Summary; Three-hase hit --M.iKec, inKo. Kommers. Houhle play Mil- to Wood to Hi nil1 Hurke, ti; hv Salle Slrmk out 2; hy Kohin- . 3; hy imnit.. 1: hy Adams, 1. ; e on halls die Lturk, 7; off Snllee, ; off Adams, 1. I'mpires Kmslic ; 9ml yuiKley. j I S'cori Seeoii,! game: K. U. K. f'- I.ouis liui tit 3 001 12 1 2 1 : iUKhuruh ...liui iji) (,'"t- s 10 5 1 Huttei ics: liriner, Steele, Coyer and ii'Ko; Cooper, (.'amnllz, Kayrs and mon. Kelly. Summary: Two-hase hit WiliKo, vary (2), Carey (2), Miller. Three .sc hit Viox, Hauser. Struck out , Urincr, 1; ly Steele, 3; bv li, r. v. nans -ei i iinjin, h; on lanimtz, off Kayrs, 1; off Criner, Z: off ieele, J. 1'mpircs Quigley and Lina- e-. New York. -.": Itmokljii. 5-2. Brooklyn, July 4. New Yoik won e itfternoon ein.e from Hrooklvn lo 5, before i Mjr crowd, every seat the Mr Ehhetts riadiiim Indng or 'f'i'd, while there wi-t'e liuimious slundois. .Maniuurd tuitpitch.d Itu, k- if, the New Yolks bitting the latter fnely, besides taking nil vn nt.i tri- if lottery and fielding errors. Mar (i'unl also was h;ttiil g-'nerntisly, hut Issued no pusses mnl I elved hi'iUl.int support. Knur Inst double plays fi ntiircd the .New Ynrk's fudd liiB. Larry Doyle figuring in throe of (hrm, whh h swelled his record to twelve ni'ci pted ihiinccs. Kirkput- j in k hutted, for Ituekcr in the eighth; when the locals made a dying rallv. 1 Hall, u remit, pitched the ninth In-I ling and siru, k out the side in order.) Stengel sprained his ankle running j nto second hase and had to he at- tended hy a surgeon. A record break-1 hi!,' morning crowd saw New York take the morning holiday game from Krnuklyh, 5 to 2. I Score: Kirst Kami l: New York.. . .11110 020 3o0 5 I'ronklvn .. ..oimi una nun-2 1 Salt erics Tesrea 11, Crandall 11. K. 1 II 1 4 1 i and I Wilson; Yingllng, Curtis and Miller, j Summary- Two hase hit Klctchcr. ! Callahan. Three hase hit llor.,,g. ; Double play - Horzng to Iluyle to Mcrkle. Huso 011 halls OH' TosnaU,; 4 Slriick out l!y Yingling, 1 ; by Curtis, 1; he Tii'eau, 7; hy Ci.imlali, 1. rmplres Klein and mill. j Score: Sci ond yaiue ;, II. K. ! New York ....no 12a 130 :i r; n 1 :i ookl n . . ..nil nun u,;u 1 1 ;: j llatteiies Maiijuard and .Me.vers;, Hartley, Kucker, Hall and V. Ki. c h ii. Summary Two has" hit -Kletcher. Hoyle, Mcrkle. Three l-ise hit Snodnrass, Cnlshaw, Hummel'. Houhle pl.-iy Ileizon to Uoyle to Mcrkle CO; Miirrav to Mcrkle to HcI'.ok: Her zoK to Iic.yle to Aldkle to lJojl,.. !;,-, on halls - 1 Hi' Kucker, t. Struck out --Hy Kucker, 2; hy Hall. 3; hy Mar 'iiiard, 1. duplies- Klein and mill. ( liii iiiiiall I-:',; Clili'imu (1-5. Cliic.r-o, July 4 Chicago and Ci.i 1 iiinall hrokc run toda, Ciiicinn.iti .-hutting out the locals, 4 to 0 in the hr.-t name and losing the sci'ond 3 to 5. limwn, in the opener, held tin locals to six scattered hits and with perfect tieldiiiK hehind him, neier was in danner, while the visi'ms liunched hits olf Smith and Won ea ily. Ames the former New York pit, h , r, opposed the locals in the second tame, and was almost inviinihle until the ciKhth iiinini4, when Chicano I'llnched live hils. To of these Wcl'" homers hy .oniiici 111.1 n and Saier, and one a triple hy Sihultc These with a sacrifice and an error, netted live run-. The visitors started a rally in ihe ninth, when a has,, on halls and a homer hy I indue made two runs. Cheney was hit hard hut had fine . uiiport In the pinches. Scon Kirst Kamc: 11. II. -4 1 1 -0 1; Clark K. Cincinnati . . ChicaRo Katteties: Smith, Kichic Summary ; . lino 210 . (ion onu Krow 11 fi 1 0- 1100- and ami Archer. Two-hase hit llohlit- zell. Three-hase hit Hrown, Croh. liouli'e play Hroli to HciKhammcr to lloldilzell; HeiKhainmcr to llohlit y.ell: Hroh to I lohlit.ell. Hase on halls 1 iff Hrown 2; off Smith 1. Si ruck out Hy Smith 4. I'mpires -i;r, iinan and Kasun. Score Second Kaine: H. U.K. ! 1 'inciiiiiatl j 1 'hieaKO . . Katlcries , . . (Hill (HO (1112- , . nun oimi u5x .Aiiics and Kling ! ! 2 ; s 0 Chcmy and Archer. I Summary: Three-hase hit Sehulte. , Home riin--Ziniim rnian, Saier, Undue I Houhle play Hridwcll lo Kvers; Hrid ! well to Kvers to Saier. Hase on halls off Cheney 4; off Ames 4. Struck out Hy Clienev 3; hy Ames I lin : idles Kason and Krcnnaii. AMI IiHAN I.K.U.IK lcveland, :-1 : Uelroit, ' Cleveland. Julv 4 I'h Vol, Mid won from Hiiioil this afternoon hy the icore of I to 2. Kor seven iniiiiiKS, W'illctt h'id Cleveland si orcless. aided hy excellent supiioii. In the ohihlh, liiiKles hy Turner and Jackson, l.a joi, ; doiihle, l.oudi n's wild throw to the plate and ilraliey's siiiKh' rcor, d four runs. Cn kk was overcome hy the heat at the end of the sixth and retired In favor of (idlup, who held 1 adroit to one hit for tin- rest of the Kaine In the fifth," Detroit scored two runs on StullaKe's hase on halls. Loudon's sacrifice and siiiKles hy Hush and Yltt. A terrific rain ami thunder si, nil inten iipled the inni n- : w o ('lev eland I alteri laud won, :, to 2. Score: Kirst puue Cleveland 0''3 lietrolt 000 Hatterics HlandinK' ml. Ch v e . H. K Ml 0 :n 0 a ml O'Neil; I nihil,1 and Slaila.Ke. Summuiy Two hase hit Chap man, Ja, kson, Johnston. Home run Vitt. Duuhle play Crawford to l'lpp; (I'Neil to Chapniaii. Hase on halls I iff Hlandinn, Struck out I'.y KlamliiiK', 3; hy lmhin 1. Kui- ! i pins l-Aan.s and Sheridan. Score: Second game K. I ieveland . . . . 000 (Hill 0 lx-- I Hi troit Dili) 020 lion 2 Hatterics -ilrcKK. Cullop and II. I fi i; Car ilsoh; W'illctt anil Stallage. I I Summary --Tw o hase hit firogg, hy Adams, l.:I.aiuie. (lainer. Houhle idav Caiisch i to Chapman; Hush and (lainer. l'nscj on hails i iff Hregg, 5; off Willelt, 3. Struck out Hy (Iregg, 3; hy Oil loPi 2. rmplres Kvans and Slier i dan. Washington 5-2: New York 0-". New York. Julv 4. New York vvondiuaha 1 00 110 000 3 7 2 the afternoon game from Washington j hy 5 to 2, hefore a tdim holiday crow d. j It was the first game which the New i Yorks have won from an eastern A i.ii.rl..,, ii I I .... 11,. ;.- home this sens, in. McConnell was in supcrh form, and In hi the visitors to five scattered hils. The first run j scored hy the visitors rami: in Ihe lirst , inning, when Milan walked and scor j id on Poor throwing hy Kortou and Heckinpaiigh. After thi.s inning, the home team hatkecl .McConnell with sensational support. Washington till ed the bases In the ninth inning, hut Mocllor filed out to Hartzeli for the last fill, The locals hit Miillin on'-l Ilea hard and la tinn lv fashiuii. The liHltlllK and fielding nf Hccklin paiigh Win a, f.'iiiur. . Washington shut NYv York out easily in the morning' stamp, 5 to 0. Mini I i rut Kann K. ivasnmviou . . ut nun olo;, New York . . . ooo Onu mm a K.'lttii'ies: Cronm an.l II. i.i. 1 hop. Clark and .Svm-. h, v Cuss. It. Summary; Two-lMse hit W.uh Miar.ks. lioul.le play War! P to naiiz.ai to i;.irton. Has,. ,.,1 hnl's 1 Warhop 1. struck om-l:, ilv.iom f! "in 5; 11 and hy Warhop 1. duplies - I imi Kuan, Scur -Second game: 1:. II. r. Washington New York. Hattcti. s: and Henry; Summary . . 1 nil iiiii, 11 1 11 ... . . 020 200 1 iin -.Mullen, Hughes, McCoiiueli aii. I 1 h Two-b.,.,. lul 1 ci.ii.i iSH.il. I'd 1,111- hil - 1 IT Mr- k oat 2; I'.v angh, I laniels. Thro l'ecl npungh. l'.ase 011 I base Conn- II i:.v .lei IllUhes llei'll. :,; erf Hughes oiincll ;: ; hy 1. I'lllpiles- J. Struck .Mulliii 2 :".in anil I ii- KokIimi 1;;-; l'.oMnii, July line drive liui eighth liniim: today, allow inu three runs and w ill from I :osti : riiilaiUlphia 0-5. I. - I loopcr ill -iipp, ,1 a I Stiiiiik's ha 1 in liic if the afternoon value Khilailelphia to s, ..e cuahlini; the visitors to II hv 5 to 3. The moi n- !inu e-i mi. w hidi was call d the ! VVojitll inniiiK, resulted, Host Philadelphia In 'he alt, 1 no. n- itest, Huston held the had until li e , ciKhth innin-t, hut after the visitor:' v e lit lo the front the home team could !iln nothing with I'lank's nit, hir.K. Ilonpir and Speaker were din illy r, - s-ponsihlo fop I'.oston's runs, th l it - ; tev in.ikiny four hits out of as 1 limes at hat. I looj cr slai tcl I ' scot illK he IlittiilK the first ha ' l'l.uik pit' lie, 1 for a homer. Scon Kirst Kami : I! l'hiladelphia . . mm II" 1 'I ' Huston 1 03 702 n - 13 inaliv ostoii's 11 that . II. i:. I 0 3 11-13 S 7 koif, Morey ml, I'.edient I'att, l ies: 11. .lu ll and Lapp, Thomas and I 'adv. Summary: Two-hase hit Wood ,12), Yol'kes, ( Hill iliK, Speaker. Hase nil halls -(iff Wood.:!: off iioiick "; 'off Wvckolf 3: off Moicy 2; off K.e- ,li lit 1. Struck out Hv lloinii 2; hy I Wyckoff 1 ; hy Morey 1 ; hy K, shout 2. I'mpir. .nil Connolly. I Score--Second Kaine: ; hy Wood 1 ; s .McHleevcy it. K. l'liiladclphia. . mil Hostoii 201 I'.atteues. l'lank . cr and 'arritsan. Summary: Two I CairiK.in. Murphy. (Mill II.! 1 1100 (Mili um! Seha 1 1 2 Kost- ase hit Thr, "-I sp aker. h ii- S,caker. 1 loiuc iduy l'.akor t, l'tlll IlooKJ-. I'ollhle Collins lo Mctnnls; 1 Wauni r lo Y rkes to l'hiKlc; ColMns to Mciunls. Has, halls ( ill' 1- osier 4. Struck out Hy Ko-' I'mpires Coimolly t,r 3 and ; hy liank 4 .M. 1 Irccvey. St. I.ouis, (1-1; ( hlcimo. 1-2. St. I.oui.i. July 4. The Ian;, st , lovvd of the season saw St. I.ouis and Chi caKo div ide the liolidav don Id. -In adei her,, this alter m, the locals v.in- 'niiiK the lirst Kame, li to 1. and the visitors taking the final contest and mill iHK it two cut of three Kam-s on the series. Ill the fust Maine, tin- lo cals hunch, ,1 hils in the first two in niliKS. With two men on and none out in the second inniiiK, Hen. Kave way to White, who h, hi Ihe locals to two hits 1111 to th, eighth, when he was taken out t h t a pinch hiUer hat for him. Williams, with a Lome run and two liouhlesi ill lour nt'i nipts, led the hatt'is. Itussell vas lou much for St I.ouis ill the second Lilllli. holdillK them to four hits, two of which, a duuhle and a sin-lo. v., re I uneh -d, iiitliliK the SI. Uouis tall:. Hoiihlet hy Lord an,! Chase In the fin-t innim;. counted em for the chieaKo club and three siiiKl, s in the fifth miled an other. The visitors lot Hi" hall hard hut sensational catches c;:t off many runs. Seine - first Kann : It. II- K. St. Louis :: 1 11 lino 02 (111 , . . :: I n onu ...niu null 02 lillll Chioa-'o ... Halleries: li 11,, hid Sam 10a ry. Lev ei en, end A' Smith aiuf Schalk. Tw o-hasc hi --Lev Williams ( l'.ase on ha en II, 2. la- Smith. 1 ' 1 . I tome run Is 1 iff While, -li uck out --Ly ; hy Levoi'eUz, ; W illianis J; olf Lev White. :; I'nipire: li'LouKhliii and 1 1 ihlehi and. , Score Si-eond Kaine: 1 no ul 0 (Mill OIMI I: II. I','. ChiclIKO ' St. Louis 1 I 'a 1 1 el'ii s: , I ;a iiiuKurdner, ' del'. Siiiiiiuary: linn--2 a nln 1 4 2 and Schalk; and Alexan- Kl-ssell W dim. m Tw o-hase hit Lord. chat 11 in r, Schalk, Alcxand, r. Houhle fohnston to Alexander to Weil I'ase on halls (iff n.tuniKurd- off Husscll, 2. Struck out Hy I. 7. l'ni)drcs llildehiand and Itussell. 7. 1 1'LoiiKhlin. WICSTKKN LKAGI E sini t'ity 7-fi; Omaha ;!-:!. Omaha, July 4.--Omaha and Sioux itv split i von on iwu games lodav , Ihe visitors taking llie morning game and ( iinaha lining the victor in the afternoon contest, 2 to o. Tiie morning game was Sioux City's all the way, i consistent hitting giv ing th, m the vic tory, 7 lo 3. Hi the afternoon, Applc giite, on Ihe nioiiiid for iimaha, gave the Sioux City team hm four scattered hits and held them lunlcss. Score Kirst game: K. ILK. Sioux City ... 203 010 001 7 7 Hattei iis: Closiiian, (ilavcnich and Johnson ; Klein, Wheatley and Kapp. , Summary: Two-hase hit - l.'av Idsoii, Johnson, Xcff (2). Houhle play Cal lahan (unassisted). Struck out Hy (Tosmall -I; hy lilavciiioh 7; hy Klein 1. Hase on halls (iff Closiiian 3: off illavenlch 1; off Klein 4. I'mpir, . Segl'ist. Score, Secuinl game: H. II.K Omaha ooo (nil Olx 2 ! 1 ' Sioux City ... '000 000 OOl) 0 4 2 Hatterics: Applegate and Johnson; White and Yann. I (Continued on I'lige four.) ISSffi It! TERRIBLE BEATING TO-AMDEHSON Now Yoik Dentist-Boxer llum bles Oic.,oi Boy's Hopes of Boin' Lightweight Champion, by Knocking Him Out, mt MGKMIN4 JOURNAL CTlLIAL ltGrC xl.kl I.os AliKelcs, July I.--W1H1 a le.lit :-w in;; to the .,, .. .u h Ci' i.f New York, the N-w York liMiiwimh', Imhhcd "Hud" Anderson, ( ,o,:;oe, tmlaj, in llie twiitih round el what was carded to have h, en a l -aiy-tound hattle at the V, rni a arena. The hlow landed with leivifi,.- ..,t. and Anderson was out for no n- 1 1 1 111 four iiiinut, s. Tile 1 ireKoii hoy had he. 11 I .,'.,, 1 -lie at odds as hi.u'i as 2 lo 1 In M he went down, lie struck vi'li 1 loud thud and his imitncss as lc lt m the rn 1;' silenced the usual p:.i-.,lu-; for tin- winner. The crowd c.i.d he u,.s ilea, I. Cross, ln.-i ad ,u ie lilltie; Iruin the lillK. hent ahiolt! ul 1 r his pi est rate a d rs.m .1 ml. w In n A mil 1 sou tin. 1 lly i.iiln .1, i : ,- . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . he, I pu.iilist was hiloid to 1 01 eel' h the Hi or. A mil 1 on w . -. o w , .1 1 t ha! he w aa t an e d t In di s- liu; roiiin. I'n.'s had the fiKht all the wa. In llle S. 1 olid loliud. lie sent the ,l, 1 ei r s)iiav liiiK Upon his hie k. In the l ie 1 ei dim;' rounds, the New Vm' . i-r punished Audersou severelv, wluie a null II K lie I lly I V I V t 1 1 1 UK I'll ' 'I . s'oll hoy llillleil at llilil. Amli r-Mii H fin" and hoily v. , re pounded uunei-' elfully, and in the fourth louiid a sllalullt arm jah d, lis, I, d In tin- ilcnthi fighter relieicd Audi r ei a tooth. CHICAGO ATHLETES V NATIONAL M T Capture Seven Out of Eighteen Events; Crowd of Five Thou sand Witnesses Spoil Pio pjam Held in Open Air, inV MORN I NQ JOURNAL PUT I A L Lf IIED Wlll!l Chic.iKo, Julv I -liiicaLi,, Athletic association itais ran away with point honors ill the National Junior A A I', meet at (iia,.t park today. The well halaiieed team weariiiK the 1 cherry einio captured first place in seven of th,. eighteen cvenis. I'aitilu A. W. Kohler, of Mn hin.in,' was iu div idua I :iar with II points, I .and I'l'oke the record in lliiowiim the jave lin, 11S feel, X Inches a new Junior mark. A feature of Ihe i v, lit was the v ic lory of James Hay, of tin- Illinois Athletic cluh, over Stiohino, nti (ilyui Pic point winm r, in the live-mile run. Hay lay hack until 11, ally the last lap when he shot nln-nd and finished 30 yards in front of Suohiuo, who set the pace practically all tile way. lUlchic, of HiiiniiiKlia in, made '1 Knllant flyht auailist Cahill. of the I lis h-A 111, Tii a 11 A. ('., in Ihe fjii-pnuud wcinht throw, hut Ca hill's superiority in weiKl.t and experience, made, him winner. The meet was del.i.Md hecaiiM' th" javelins were found lo he too short after the throw had tak,u place and 1 l.'efer, , James Sulliv an inhd that the event milsl aKaill he ,- 11 1 1 t ,d. mini javelins were pi'oeund and the 1111111 her finally was finished, IIioUkIi most of Hi,, live tlnuisaiiil pel 1.11' who had Witnessed llle meet,' had l.'oni; home. HICKS AND CAPOMI RELEASED, BUT BONDS ARE HELD BY COURT Irer mchnoio journal spei ial 1 o:.tD wine, Winnipeg. .Man., Jul I. Tony Ca ; loiii, of Chic ago. and Kredilio llh-ks. Of 1 )l troil , W hose t W eh e lull 11, 1 hold here iast uiKiil i-ii,h i in a viitory lor Hicks iiccause of an n ni lit entiona I foul hv I'aponi, todav .-ii'peared in lloliee court on tile dial "..'e l il'al v es ter, lay, l'f luillf, "aholll I" lilgaue in a prize fkiil." The i.urt decided that last night's hunt, how-vcr, onlv was a hoxiiiK oolitist. The honds of $1,000. which each put up last nptht, will l'eiiiniii in tlie hands ,i the eoiiri lor one year, to pievint the men from eiiKaglm; ill llie I i i t can,,. j i 'anada. JESS WILLARD GIVtS WILLIAMS BAD BEATING Hi MOUSING .IOUMNAL bPl'.IAL l.t A :,LO WIHLj lliiin, Nil', .July 4. -.!, W i I III ill. Ihe Kansas inwiov. had a walkover this afternoon in his tichl with l Williams. Tin- fight was stopped in Ihe eighth round w lien il was seen that Williams was iinahh lo continue, Williams v took a seven punishing, hut was no mah li Lu his taller, stronger and more expiiii-need op ponent. Williams was a gory sight when the nil n e raised W'illard s hand. He was hleednii: Imiii iiiouli and nose, and his eyi s wi e almost closed. ISuiTiian Drill s Mile in ' Tacoma, Wash.. .Inly I Hoh Hur inan, in a Hiitzi-n li-nz, ."'i horse- I power car. v as declared I' day to hav. i driven a mile in a race on Ihe Ta- coma speedway in thirty -tw(. sen, mis. ' Th" race manageini lit annoi.-nc -d that phoimh icrnuin's 'one was mi nf'1 cial it was the fastest fur a mile ei el made on a road coins, . GROSSADMIHISTERS DUNOEEISAVMHDED DELL KICKED OUT RITCHIE DECISIVELY JU7i Try a Journal Want Ad, Results, IF. DECISION OVER TOMMY DIXBH Jew Ymk Feaihciwei-'Jit Wins ll-tul-Fniidit Boit Which Goes the Limit; KnerLIm', ns Gie .) Leail, Hi a 1' n i " in l i - : hoi.t that v as t, a i- !i at w 1 1 i I w i n 1 1 p M ail I lie ll.IV, .lo'll'l', ' l'-.ll ,h e, l.'e , A VoK le.it h, i w i i..-!,,, uml a t'.i .iii' I -I .l.'hu r V 1 1 1 ha II. ' ; , ll.l IM plo.t ! 1,, , I ,-w u. von a ih'i 's,,,Ti ova r Tonne. a. of Kans.-i C.lv, who lis line ili.iws with the tttle hoi, h i In h . ;i ill The fight was s.-hsai i.m 1 1 Ilea, I ne SpCl t.ltol's' pl-lllt Of Vie,-, I It,. lie. i ision of 1 1 i t ' i . e II. I .-eimm was the onlv oie- th I i mid I e e i", i n. sun e u : ul. e -. .ml. d III" 1 1 1 1 ' I pi: in II -, s, did mo-i i f the u"i 1 1 , , w i k Mid was I'evii' in a','.neiit .listi-.-Ks, .mil Hi.- ,-n Viuki-r m-oi.,1 Unci Kin', kdow us ,,,,-' of win. h w is a i !eau-out "in-, w hile tin- .a In I t o night liav h, n el, is ,-d a-- f lulu s. I n nolle, luov i V i r, did I lotl l.le I he i oniit , in I i n t ly al ea lo; In his T . I ai h I inn a ul dan, in, ; mil , i din ger, Hoth Io-.m , 1 1 s j . I ; , v . h, .:! ,it loot W ol k and I lever I "Mil.;. I ionic 'l 1 undee ex. ' II' d al I...IU Ihe hue; laiige and itillghlin'.;. Hix-'ii w.e, wild at linos, as was Hnii'l.e. To spec i ilois Ihe Kansas Cilvan appear, il t" lave the hardest pule h, mil, I he hav e laii h d. This w as a I it lit up I eicut and a right cross, hoth of which lie used to good a, haulage, hut seldom. When lie did connect wnh I'm in. Handec would wince. The light was, i lean and Hif.-ree Sh iinan !n:u!" ue, nl as the tliold man in Iin- ring. He had lu hick tin hiiv.s hut few I nn s and when he or dered Ho m to hieak they eh, -led t-. mi. A, l Ihe , lusc the crowd yelled lustily for liixoii, l ut Heferee Sh-i -man lai 'eil I annlee's glov e in token of victory. The ov.uion extended Inx n was , hi, fly for his splendid showing and g uin ness, fur he mad niaiiv tiieuds as llie light pi ocie-sed hy his flashes, w liich had the , r,n d on lis 1 1 el . I mild' e i'l.i ii ly was tin favorite wlnn he eiiliiid llie 1 1 1 1 : , ins accorded tlie higg. si r c, plioii ol Iin- iwo Inns when Inlrodiic.'d. The 1 1 1. I ; 1 1 1 i i . 1 1 ie s and si mi-vv in 1 up wile i xei pi ion: 1 1 . i oo, and In 111" Hay o V illianis g , lie crowd was ,'iveii a fine run tor its money. Aecoi din;', I " 1 1 1 1 n . 1 . , he im I i, , I I he a itit u,l" in th" o" n liar round and foil "hi cautiously, i Memlm; him self in llu- list round to make his vi'ioiy celt,. in. Hixon said all r the i oat' M I llal 111" n t a llile told n rcep- il.lv en him ai- r Ihe lillh i id. 'li, se in up th. I' lu 1 y rounds, llie lust, second and liilrd were ,-vi n. the l'-.uili was Hi mil . while the lillll, SIXlll, seventh, (nglltll, lll'ltll aid tenth '.Veie lliluihe':-, The ciowd was ,, keen disappoint ment. I" I'll , lo- Ml! li la V V . of llle New Ml" I. o A. I '.. V ho staged tile i oiiti .' I, and the cal l cigainly de servid a iiiiich hell, r patronage. It. is saal li" promoter I, -t money, since tin pinaipals were each paid on the hasg of a lag cash gain antec. I-; v i y 1 1 1 1 : i ; v. i lit iff old, li.v and tin I.- w;,s iiotliing vviialicr to in, li the contest, The fight hy rounds: Hound 1 - They soai r, d for an opening for several seconds and then holh suddenly upper. -lit with lights to the hodv. I Hindi sla'aand luson with a right hook to llle side of the head as tlie Kansas (iS'au was hreal: ing aw, iv and the latter skinned his hit to I he Inc. They I llll'il',1. 1 Ulll- ,lee mis'1,1 an in -J"1 hay ma kor a ml fell, rallied hy tin- Imp' las. Tummy plant, d a straight h It In tin- New Yorker's tac,. and in a , Iin, h that I'd s lotted, I Millilee , Tossed hi i 1 (gill lu llle Kighlmg Tar's .law. lux, ill h, u kid to the i op-- i,i . aa llu :'..iig sui i nih d II was i , ' n. Humid 2 Hnnd, op, in d the nuini with a hit h ad I" Ihe face and I hoy will int., a , liiuh. Tan: my si lit hi:, right lo the stoma, h and in n elm' h, follow ing, swung his I'll, t" 'he In,!,, Imi 1 Hindoo w hi "', hi. hai ,1 i , 1,1 lu the f.n-e. I mn'lee inl ro il ac. i the ;i la tion punch ! i Idling I lixon in tlie face. In a , lino h liny swapped punches. The ssihu' shot, hii and rich! to Hundei 's f o e and look a haul h it hook. Ali. r a light uppi r clll to III'' face hlunil lliekled from Tommy 's nnse. The round win even, hut the i lovvd cheered Hixon fur Ihe , showine In- was making' against I Hin di ,., joint hold, r of Ihe World's I a I li-eiiveii-.lit championship. , Hound .". -Hixoli opened Willi a left In the stomach and ducked lulu a clinch. I Ie I Lul his right to the jaw, hut in Hi" ensuing clinch Hniiilec shot 1, ft lo tie- jaw and right lo the slum-; iu h in on!' k slice, ssion. They traded . hard uppei cuts. 1 lixun uppi l ent, w il h ; lis right I" iin- si munch ami a see mid lah r n nl a right and hii lu tin jaw. I u mil I ulllpla ilt'd lu Hi fi re, Sin rmaii that Dundee w.g hitlin,", in , clinch, ; and llilmli si nl a rigid iii- j p i fi nt In th'' .ja vv w lul' I lie hi U'-.l u kel ; look, d low. nil tip- ollenal, The id was i v i n Hound I The Now Vol her skirled Ihe round w i!l a hard hii lu the Hin j followed hy a stinging right, to the i ki im- p! n e. I lixon got in a rigid to the jaw and whipped it an, mil to the; stomach. Tommy M.ikk' red D,in'l''''j Willi it terrific Mraight hii lo th" chin. Dixon danced out of range of j JJiiiiil'1 s famous a', ialinn punch in tills lotiii'l. At the close Dundee hook- o, his h li lo the head, hut received a : right uppi rent to the (ace. It was , Dixon's round. H was the only round! in the ton lu'which the Kansas iitian had the advantage, lie hlmwed snperh; foutv.oi k and : pet d in g. Itin ; out of tight pi e es. i Hound 5 -Tommy si ut a hit In thej face an.l I mmlee iii.ul.oil ,i., hi t to i the face, lu a cUuch Hundii.- sent a fusillade of rights to the Jaw and cam.- , iii with hit and rlKht to the lace, j Dundee had the hotter of the inflght- (I unliniinl on I'age I 'our.) IS li ELEVENTH Bl BENNY CHAVEZ By DtvKive VkloiyOvt-i Coast Bey Tiinidad BantamvuHit Cinehes His Claims to South-j western Championship, ( I , M, '. J.IIIUNAL ,f,. ll. IIAWII) Wlt, Tl Hilda, I. 1 ele . J Illy Hiill i lii,z, ol iiinnlid, dele,, led l,un light cr the same hluvv whi, li I'll, if Sim liaii'iseo, Iv a klioi k- lo,',d A,l Wolgast to foul avvav the ' I in Hi, .ievenih round of a s.hi.1. lightweight i,hiiuiiinnship fifter fccl- .i-d I w i nl v -1 muni hunt at llu C. i- ing its siing - proved too great a Hal ink ,' i'i n. i this afternoon. Cha - stuinhlilig him k to Joe Hivers 111 hm ,-. made the gnatist fight in Us ,, altcinpt tr, wn-t the lightweight ii'-r I, oi.".g hv a hig inii.an in u- title fioni Champion Willie llitchic. . i .. looni Inn 1 1, ice. Dell w.,v iii the l.ighth slic, t open air arena llll"!': II" Ul, I III Was gl 1 ,1 I'll 1 1 -. Worn lllTe tod.IV, till) MeVlialV I'eillg kliock eiwu Ie, the iolllinu.il I ml ill". Ill et ed out 111 llie eleventh round of .1 llie l-.i.il hm . ; scheduled I vv i 1 1 1 v -1' . ' u ii d halite In, I look. Ihe ciint of t n late In. Imiiiediati ly preceding the kilo, k ik. ei.v. nth. alter hulm: h. en H..01- ). ;,t, ),, 'toppled his victim over ..I tin.. tPl.e In si! ,1 ill lights (,,,. ,!. ,-,,. f !,. Wt, ,, p,,,ier ' l.av.z Wi II. ill at Ihe IlllPh and , ,t , ,. ,w. au, ther Hi1""! a s.'i 'hi. j I il,l lu the hin, piee,-,i,-d hy 11 left Hocus mi- even in He fust p, the stoiiuu h, settled Livers' loan, I ehni s, us a llglitwcight , "lit, nih r. I" Ho 11.: 1 id, ch. iv .z landed. The tie lit t h 1 oughoul was vldoeslv dl''U'h .11 he-. , .a. I well 1 li, : , unlcsled, 1,11,1 tVV Ice dill lug till , iiliiel louiid eo 1 il-. rounds it looked as though Hlv.is Chi...: .In w ml ki I in I !n might win. Itltchies wonderful ling Inn. I ii I'd I appeal.. I w..iii,. at cnoi .,1-hlp and ahllitv to strike , f- h, ' ui i.ctivelv straUht from the shoulder, ill- l"i 1-1 ' .1 th'- I, silting In. 111 !ll ell h.-r hand, however, Olf set the ('" l" 'i!l'. la hv Lit, 1,1 the iaa Mi ii au's I remeinluUs swings, which and a.i.-pliiig elan, inn 11 ins 111 an fropicntlv fniiiul their mark, and it apl'-'i- nl 1 t'oit tu get an op. niin;. ,v,,, hefore Rivers hecanui H, il api.iai.,1 gioggy and Ihe crowd dhlinn t, 11, ,1 and pinned his faith Vd'ii a Kno.koiil. s,,, ly on wildly gauged "hli.vinak- III lie lillh Dell 1 .line ha, k stlolig ers." 1 The In. HI,, openeil up with both In the t!in following rounds D. II ,, th,.,,- ln,.Ule , eager t.) mix "''"' 1 l"i'ddi'dy and in the T(, ,.,, "I, :h' ,1"' c.a-t Lev was re- , ,,(,.,. but , u. second, third peitiiilv ili.vni lu the lop. s hy Ch.v- ,,,,, .(Mlnil!t , .Mexican Wan ' tig.i ishly nggreHsive uml punlMhed the In the t,nth. H. il siaggeied a , id. r j ,.h.lltl ,, i, , ...yereiv Wit, wingliiK 'al" "I '-lows to the l i, e and the , , ,,,,, n(J l,ily( several gopg saved him. llf ,j,.j, slaggered ltllchle 1 1 ti il raui- ih" la.i round Malted slowly, with ,, U)l,.ilr, his corner. The an chav.. viutinx for ,111 opening. Ddl , ),,.,.,,. r,ini..lX the fifth and twice ciuie near lading ov.-r the I ,,,,.,,,.,. dlsplnvcd his true choni- r"l"-"' "'' '"'" l""1'''' 11 nshil, Cole I'M. He lllet the KOIItll- 'ishl for a count ,.f nine. He was ,.,.,,,.,. jn.,in.,t rushed with sn-u py in : . i 1 s. ""I lini" for tin- c .lint I r ; 1 . v ,,,1.1 g ing h.s f, , t. the ' 'aliio I II, III II nil gum ly to la i olll llie round, I 11! wa - a nl down, and I f 1 e H e 1 ; o 1 1 1 1 1 1 a n , of I icnv . r, 1 oiii.t' d linn out. BRITTON AND WHITE BOX UMSATISFACTORY bout at new oueans i::.'::.;: 1 . ", " , :; left lllpeiclll to th, chin Wil dl li M. M IMNIUS lllllOM,, .KI, l.l lOIID A,Hf, 1 1 lillll ll'l'l' C fioO, '' U Cell New 01 h-ans. j,,v 4. -After el-h- ,,, falter I ,'t 0 ptihly . I". a ,-. 1, n.ls ,.f ar-ati factory fighting Tll(1 dev. nih and linal round had Inie t'llav, th,. palish .1 lit horit ieN lie- W(..,r,.(.v upeticd when Hilchle's . i't , ide.l that Hie hunt hot w cell (ila rile , Hhol ,,', shell, der h'llglll, .'i'l.'llnj While and Ja. k llriitoil. lightweight',. ,.V,.M suiiaiely ,,11 the 1 hill and eliil- of Chi. ago, had 1 e. is, , 1 tu ,e a -hox- llif ,jm ,,, ,, lll;,t ,lPe se,,, ,!., leg con;. si' and ordered the I'ef'iic u.ri. tolled off heforu Ihe .llmost I" Mop it. liillon. wl ul loiiglil helpless lighter regained h feet. Whit, in -ill 1 0. pt two ii.unils. was , jm, klv the chaliiplnii's hii found III" IWal.ie.l the ,e, isioll. The L.I t tic W il: x , .;, ' (tullilieh lillll .1 lll'lt lll- lu have I., en a iwenly-iuuinl affair. .,-,-t reached the filli ng p .gills. i K'eept 111 the foil I til and seVIlt II ' j., w sending lillll lU'on". loiiiiils, While was on the defensive,' Thl. ,tt,. wns fought inder per .iml H' f. r, ,, Kuii.e 1 aiition, ,1 him r, 1 weather eulidltiolis in th" oi'ell several times iig.iinsl his continued . ".stalling " Whit,, however, kept ha. king iivvav lioiii la 1 1 1 oil ami 111 1 lie lasi lew 1, muds iludgeil from corner to corner, 1 iciiiingly trying In avoid his niitag-j White s slatuuien. that he injured 'Hd-on ut to he .law, He the, whim. ins nl in II,,- llnrd round, wa Im. i "'' 'l ''"," ' . ' ch lake,, s.rics.v la those win, w ilmss. : and wnriled t e , h, , n- , . ,. . . ' ' pioll with several hits to the Jaw. i d I he light, ; ,, 1 Hound ev cn. . ...... ; Humid 2-Hltchie drove right and CALIFORNIA AUTO u-n t.. i....i- ami tii. wm ,1 hm ROAD RACE IS WON t' 'tu. '" BY FRENCH CARj luuX j - lipping lo his klieoi. Hilchie Mag M.N,N., .',,., trt, il. i.il.w.1. '.i: . r,., ,., ,M,, ligLt cnes lu th" , '""""'"" "' '" - S,r.v 1 1 rang, hut Hives had X 1 ' ;l,",'.' " ""'i'llieadvanlageortheroi'iid. won I he grind ing ( a hloi nla road ; race f, Los Aii'.ale. , Sa,,a-l .! ' " ..' Alter HII hh had dl I', en loikn. s,., g II, e giant I, alia,, car '' '""''"'' hit tu I ho .la w , .he Mexican onr .he ,",:,- ol l.u.:: miles in in''Licre,l I he clu, luluoii with two hums I minute and I li seconds. wi.l."''' 1 "' " 1,11 ,l"' I-;. S. Wi,.,,,,,,,,, and CUIIord IM.-, "OluohiH was so grea close he in II, He Hiiick Mod.;'"' r i u n , il s f rce. H ,. , ,, , 1 ,. 11 -'! -. was H vers ruiind and nucha; sccm- , il I , the li, I I IT s tune II". tig 11.21 j liainev nhllield w- ihinl, will, ,,..;''.l worried. liai. iu.,1,,,,,. the ,,- of l,.22 -o:. I I -Hinrs conring ,..,.,,,. The avm.ige i, f .he vv,,,,,,,,-' - trutcl his opponent s guard, imol I leal- was :;:i 1-2 h s 1, n- ""'"'" '-' " "' ' A ,r, " , , . , , ,, I cross tu Hi,- Jaw almost floored the IIS est ill!" v.ns 111,1 tulles all llolll 1 , ,,, 1 lamp en. A lio-lng i uslllade of light 1 lip n- vv.ic numerous iiiinhnts ... .. , , ,, 0, iind h ns hv Ihe southerner gave htm dining ihe mo-, hut none ended in serious lulim lo iliinrs or nn ha 11- lh'' ' " 1 " " 1 .. . , ,, , , ,,.,. H.uii'l .. --AI r l-oiivimr several r"'"- A""'' I" """ r '"' 'isti.ugh, lelis t tl...' face. Ifivcrsland- "l"""1'"" '"'"'S led iwu left facers and a licl'Ce 111 11 - I ring rallv followed. Hilchie kept up BART GORDON LOSES a i,t 1,,,,, tm the i-nd o,d,.,i a,i TO LUIS GONZALES ItVZt' '"' vX IN THREE ROUNDS;, Jr iancr .hu.vcii him. Time ami again ltitchii' ..n .'Ai Dii.pAua, id MoniHu juuBMA, .,,. ,js right and left crashing to the Silver lily. N. M , Julv I !.'' ,,,,v ;( fa,.,., frcng ltivcis lu nonzal. s, ,.f Ali in pn-i ,, e. I.M..CI..I ""I I , ,.,, Ititchle's round. Hart Cenlon, of LI IM.. Tex., in Hin i;,,,,,,,, 7--Hilchie ooollly outhoxed bird I . nml.' f a : die, Jul, , I teu-l'oiin.l , . ,i,.u, liLhlning-like blows '"'"I ll.l'" to. lllV. ihe ,'.,(, st, ll, t O lh, lime i;,iix. ,ies won, was ei an, Willi hot ii m, n, v, In. :u a- w , llerw oigh'l -. mixing II at a last eh'.1 I" '' iloiihie.liea.h r hand all v., iln i (in ami Saul-, Hila broke even The locals won the Inst game, li P, 0. W hile the paters took the sei olid hy Ilea v v li il t ing, I 3 to 7. hilled iii uloi,iohie K.ice. .M, il f, ,1,1. I'l'e, July I - D'"i ii fought to a clinc'i, Livei mis i "0 'eaii old, w,,s hilled Li , ; h . iy . several terrific swings. Hitchle'a V.llill llie,',!' In- W as dl il ing III a liV"- i roil lid. mile autoioohll, lice, c, Hided Wllll Hol'lnl I' KKlls ,'I I'll'll Willi a ii 11 nl her cn and I ei lo il : hi! '.. ; , I, ., a hit in ol; tu th" ,ia v. . The - i:im - - l.u,):, lie wa, ei, vol!, veil f ercly v.ilh Hani I ciighl Urc-lliiig latch. in-.bi .ni l I li hurt ajm blows lo Ho st I., mis .Ink, I. -In , . 1 1 c o r 1 1 1 ' ' i 1 v'- I : i 1 ' k . . i v- o r ,v e . I in t a . i : I g, 1 1 1 -ll.M'l,,. fought' wre-.P,,.. uiatehn Mn II'" i.e- 'hal. .v-uied .11. the round, sen here in vers. Al Wa, f Si.! '"'"1 1 !l ' Klv' JJ ",( I.ouis, ilire.v Johioiv H.Mili j. '',.. led,,, ill Iwu stl, ilghl falls, teliifhl. Results from journal Want Ads. I : HPS RIVERS II ! ELEVEN ROUNDS j L'htwoirJit Clnmpion Suo eessfully Defends Title, Stopping Mexican Chal- kwr After Fieice Battle, V tmftNlNH JOUHNAL CfCIAL I tACtO WIMIJ tan liaiuisco, July 4 A wicked , ..,, ,,. ,1,,, r.,,,. vvhli h , ul ,1", ply and easily took e.'le of the wild lushes and swing.') whh h lue s ,1 him hv 111 ny In, he-., ihe diainpioii fairly Learned with confidence as the Lgh. progressed 111 the nviiith, lie opened a gush i 'm , H'vcs- i,rt en, i,.,,i m th,. foiiowm. n .iind cut his face nveiely Willi u ! v.l', v of r. pull ddi . .1 p n,c'. uml Was WiilicsHcti ny seven 1 uuu-ioe. . . ,. ....... .1 pels, nis, Ihe receipts, Il was sum, us- legated $31), UOO, The fight hy rounds: Hound 1 Itltchle met the Mex--all's rushes I, ml nut in a right J , ,x c ,, ' fjlollt 1 II lid fllCI! lillll opening an eye. Suddiuly the Mexican threw hfinself nt Ihe champion, uml all hut sent him between the ropes. ; jvers k, PI up Ills rushing tactics nn- !, , ,,,n ended an even round. Koiind S Kivers tuuk the aggres sive, hut after some sparring, the champion sent in a Irio of facers, bringing blood from the Mexican's 'mouth. Livers re'aliat'd and they I.lll inn M , i,n,'l oe,,,i.s,e um B,i.-.i i nn In in several haril race jnits. Hilchie lio n i,!iiinil liti-n! tlie Mi.xie.in (Coiitiiiiicd on 1'ayc I'our.)