THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
leavyweight Champion of World Wil
AH NEW PLANS
Criticism Directed at Work of
Timer in First Round
;- appeared at 3;', o'clock and
Willard ;t minute "at-r. Thfy nrr
stripped, re i fly for action. Willard
we., ring .short, tight Attire blue
worsted trunk.- with an Ameran
William Harrison Dempsey
WHITE SOX BEAT
Flag bcli, while r
was set to go, fr.r J;.t before timj
was rf h was h-.ird to remark:;
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L'ts cp'. this tniru' over.
tw ir. o. ii Miiro.
By T'ni'ed I'r.s:
TOLKDO. O. J.ily ;,. --Champion
Jack Dcmi'wy's first move wii! i.e.
on the vaudeville or burbsq'ie stage,
he told frienda htrr today.
Jess Willard. giant, from whom ho
wr Sited thy world's he ax w ight
' titl In on of the most one-sided
bouts of history, rested, his guard
up against thos.- who would pry In
to what happened to him in the
Thr wer rumors all night that
Jcsn had suffered a broken jaw, iut
he sent roundabout word to the
Fnlted Press that this was a mis
take. H- did not admit that he iost
any teeth, bat Dempsey said he saw
him spit three on the canvas of the
Criticism Tor Timer.
Criti i.-.m was directed at yi-t ne
feature, of th' bout The timer,
it wax declared, was not the ex
perienced man hf should hae lifcii.
Otherwise the bell at the end of the
first round would have been heard
plainly. A whistle was provide!
him. but this was after the wdd first
round had ben fought.
"I believe Dempsey won the
championship twice," declared .laoi
K earns, manager of the now chain
,"pion. "Ollie Pecord riot only heiped
Wljlard to his corner after he had
counted him out. but also lifted
Jack's hand In the air. Of course,
I reached the conclusion that the
tight was over and tried to hustle
Jack out of the ring
stoky oi' noi r. I
TOLKIH), o, July -P.y virtue
of one of the speediest and most
one-sided battles which ever b--,
ctded a bie tistic event. Jack Pemp-j
aey, who may now wish to be known'
iy hi full oting name of William
HarrLwn DempM-y, Friday became!
the world's champion heavyweight I
To all Intents and purposes he.
whipped the huge Jess Willard. ,
favorite in the meager betting, in,
on round. Dempsey thought the
refereo had announced him winner!
and actually left the ring. Hut he;
was called bark anl lh butchery
continued for two rounds more;
when Jess, sitting in hi corner with J
a bewildered look on his swollen!
countenance, failed to respond toj
fli- irnriir for ttri fonrfh r m; nil I
It S Nd l'.S4
"It was no u8o to continue." said
the ex-champion. "My strength
went from me fn the first round."
He- at there, apparently the most
surprised man (n the United States i
at the mome nt. Iii- right eye was I
elosed rind hi.- right cheek swollen j
and blue with bruises. Mood cover-:
ed his body an.J his arms hung so
helplessly o the ropes that l' ;
seemed as if a clu'd might give himj
further abuse without arousing his
Doiiipscy Brent lies Hard.
wh.vn the fiht rnded. but it was.
from exertion and not from punish-!
mcnt. He escaped almost unhurt.'
. but-as h hl been uong his arms
like trip hammers ok. th anatnmyj
of his opponent for nine crowded j
minutes in a temperatui with the
thermometer at lie degrees, his
heart was still pumping at high'
pressure ani he appre iate.1 the
breathing, spell. i
In the !nst few seconds of the;
contest it looked as if the ptrts'
xi'ho had leon assigned t Keep de-i
tailed account of all blows struck i
might come meaurea ilv close to;
doing so. but it was only for a frac-:
tion of a moment. After that the'
experts did well to cc vnt Jack's
Mows, let alone take note of bow
each was made. The challenger,
knocked the big fellow own seven
times in the firs' round and had him
hanging helplessly on the ropes or
draped over his own should rs mos;
of the time when be was not taki-.g
advantage of the lount.
The crowd fnou-ht the v.zhr as
over In that round. Willard was
down for the seventh tur.e and the
count was apparently about to rmi
-when the pong sounded. It was a,
inodest gong which could r.ot make;
Itself heard b fore so many people
and ei Iiaiey .I'd not ;.et it.,
He crawled through the ropes and
was headed out on the shoulders of;
tireaming fans when the truth was
broken to him and he was vailed ,
back into the rmc
riatiil on Inhibition.
Fuch t.ghtir.g .is the Kansas
ranchman produced was placet! on
exhibition at the ei.ts. t H. hud
Stood lr. his corner a puture of ton
ftdence Ml- stnib tn;-d l!iat 'f
one who hud a brief f:r,d t.ot i.n-pla-ni
task lefi.i.- loio.
An analysis of th- r. a ly erowned
chrt5P!n shows nothing new in his
fighting methods He tore info Ms
Opponent at top sp 1 as has alw ays
been his riirhtm: cu.-tom, and simply
battered his wa to the pjnn.n le of
puKili.om iy Hie sj . d of h e- b!owi
and fho ov rwhelminc power tht
trae!ed from th- liuv. shoulder
down thro':;h the oj a : y
He measured the attendance,
which disappointed e.-ti mates by
about Co.1 per cent, with an apprais
I)empsey presented a contrast
None r,f the fonfidenee of his train
ing carnp statements appeared In hi
barlng. The man across the rlns;
from him outweighed him 4 0
pounds and looked as big anil Im
pregnable as ;t Metropolitan bank
building. The mood of the chal
lenger was plainly thoughtful and
more than one ringside gazer whis
pered: "He's li ke,j right now."
When they were Introduced Jess
sauntered over with the cordial
manner of one desiring to reassure
a youngster, and took his hand in
th- friendliest way. Jack's hana-s-hake
was friendly too, just then,
f'Ut it was the last token of frient
ship from those gloves-; a minute or
so Iatr they were using Willard for
a ehopplng block ;ml pome in the
crowd were crying: ' Stop it. stop It.
it's plain murder."
KoaHies WIMard's .law.
Ijempsey's first efferthe blows,
and th ones which apparently set
tled Willard's fate, were a right
over Jess" shoulder to the jaw, a leTt
to the body and a right to the jaw.
Jess staggered. His eyes were clos
ing and lie reeled, and the chal
lenger, with all the energy of hTs
pulsing outh began hitting him at
The attendance was below expec
tations. Seats were built for SO.'teo,
nd the estimate was hat not more
than half of the.se were occupied.
Speculators lost heavily. They re-.-old
their tickets at anything from
five to fifteen dollars under gate
prices No betting w.ts reported at
the ringside, nor was there mucn
elsewhere so far as could be ascer
tained. The heat of the day was terrific,
intnsifid as it was by the vast
acreage of green lumber. I Hiring"
the preliminary bouts, which lasted
from 11 o'clock till l'::50, a ther
mometer exposed as were the spec
tators and fighters, jumped to 120
degrees, which was the limit of what
the instrument could record. It
showed lie degrees when Willara
anil Dempsey entered the ring.
(Yonl Surges I'p.
When Dempsey was proclaimed
winner the crowd surged on to thej
mat in a wild srramble to shake the
hard of the new champion. At
times some of them toppled over on
the telegraphers and reporters Jus:
below, who were struggling in tlie
mad disorder to report what had
"Police eventually dispersed them
by hustling Dempsey away. Willanj
was taken to an automobile and
disappeared from view of the crowd
which then itself began the task of
covering the four miles from the
arena to the city as best they could,
by street car, automobile or on foot.
While the passing of the heavy
weight championship was one of the
most dramatic events of modern
ring history, it was lacking entirely
in high class boxing. With the ex
ception of the tirst three snappy left
jabs with which Willard opened the
coutest. the combat was simpiv a
series of terrific drives ami smashes.
Virtually all of which were delivered
Tile first of these crashing swings
to land on Willard's jaw and body
appeared to completely daze and
take away from the title holder all
power to either protect himself or
light back as had been expected by
h:s admirers. Whether he could
have stood up better under the bat
tering of Dempsey a few years ago
will always be a mooted question In
the ears to come when toda v's I . 1
, : .liniiiernuiii
l atue is uiscusseu. it cannot ue oe- ltaird,
med. however, that W lllard was in
good condition and displayed game
ness up to the moment that his sec
onds persuaded him to relinquish
championship to Dempsey
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AMERICAN L HAG IK.
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CHICAGO. July 5. J. Collins" j amkkican
.-ingle. followdnir Jackson's double In ,
the ninth inning, enabled Chicago i'- J''d
.t... .v. .. ... , -1- i I.euUvllle
10 ueieai ia-iiuii . 10 i in iwe n-, Indianapolis
ernoon game unicago won tne
morning game S to 1. by bunching
hits. The afternoon game was a,
pitching duel between Kerr and
Love, 'py" tjo.Mf who has been ouc
of th game for two weeks returned
to the lineup today as a pinch hit
ter in the tirst game and as a reg
ular in the second game.
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M In Uf.i polis
Here we have William Harrison j in the heavyweight class, and he
Dempsey, the very newest thing in 'sure made a dandy job of it. Now
heavyweight champs. He is popu-ihf is wearing a $L'm,j0O belt, em
laily known as Jack, but his mother, ! blematk- of the greatest scrapper in
spilleti the beans a while back whenjthi world.
she came right out and said th.it her j The fans are silly ov er the new
son ii li? was sure to win. o ausr i champ, the reason being that he will
failed in anvthing h
is a large siz .1 edition
toui the country ami give all the1
regulais a chance to watch him I
woik. Floyd Kitzsimmons of 15en-
f Terr Mcdovern, both as to fight-j ton Harbor saj s he will have Demp-
i.if, in.i iiiiu 'viuiiii h.v . ' 1 1 1 it ! ,1 urn ill oi.- ji.tir. 101 l ijiini'l ti. ! t i est
Daniel Sanders took tirst honors j
for the second successive time In the i
annual Sanford V- Rugge trophy
tournament at Chain-o'-Iakes yester
'.;:. with .a scre of S 1-7-77. S6-7-79,
1. for low net in 38 holes of play.
San Utk was also first in all the
ether divisions of yesterday's play,
bui since he could take only one
prize, ho chose the cup honors, and
th- other places went as follows:
Low gross 36 hob s: H. C Llmore.
with i3. SS. Kl. j
Low net. IS holes, morning:
II. Campbell, with K6, 13. SI.
Low gross, IS holes, morning:
U. Kldredge. with b6.
Low net, IS holes. aftrnoon: l
II. Whitehall, with 2,7. S5.
Low gross. 18 holes, afternoon: C.
L. Zigler. with lO.t.
Although there had been nothing
scheduled for today in the way of
a golf tournament, an impromptu
tournament will take place this aft
ernoon. It was announced Friday
night. H. K. I Walton has donated a
balls, six of which "will be
prize and six or which will be
St. Louis, :: Citninuatl, 4.
Hosten. .1; Hrooklrn. 7.
Nw York. :i; I'Idl.idelp'.da. 1.
Chicago, 7: I'itfHbtirg. .t.
St. Louis. '2; Cincinnati. 4.
I'.oston. .; llrooUlvn,
New York, n; I'hU.i.lelphl.i.
i'liUago, 4; IMttburg, 1.
Detroit. 1 ; Cid ug'. s.
St. Loiifa. 4; Cleveland, 'a.
Washington, New York, v
rhilad-lphia, '.'; Il.stn.
A I T I : K N m N t J A M 1 1 S .
Detroit. 1; Chbago, ".
St. Louis. 1; I'levelaud. 11.
Washington, .": New Yoiik. fi.
ridladelphia. '; ltostou. 1).
.m-rl,n AxAiPit Ion.
St. I,aul-.lhiii..poli iwt grminds.i
'1 ii in 1 1 u .: TuIimIo, .
Indian inlis. O: Louisville, '.
Mintavipidl--, ä; St. Paul. 1.
Iioliauapolis. Ö; Louisville. 4.
Kansas City, '2: .Milwaukee. 7.
" Bulletins Draw
1 j Fight Lovers
Mr M VflDtf WWW
iilvv i uni Ul 1IM-J
years ago he started Iis- I show if he has not alreadv signed ' i i .
lnuiiu jfi ir iui iun net muu s iui
all the would-be champs fo.' that date. ,lg h(),ps afternoon
I Yesterday's tournament brought
I brought out close to 100 jrolfors de
I rpite the heat. There was less in-It-tst
in the afternoon event, as
J quite a number of players dropped
lout after completing the 18 holes in
j tb' morning.
j Sanders won the right to have his
j name on the cup last year with a
t-Crre n1 S 1 - - 7 r for IS Virvlea
3.Q00 SEE RACES
Toney Makes Record When
He Strikes Out Cravath
Little Fred, Owned by Ike
Lower, Makes a Wonder
BRAVES AND SUPERBAS
SPLIT DOUBLE HEADER
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. July .
Xew York repeated its morning tri
umph this afternoon, defeating Phil
adelphia easily, s to :!. Some runs
by Whitted and Luderus saved the
locals from a shutout, v,hile Zim
merman hit one in the cours of
New York's third inning rally when
Woodwar! was driven from the
box. Toney struck Cravath out
thre- timt's. th- nrst tiira- this has
I1ROOKLYX, July 5. Boston won
the afternoon game from Ilrooklyn
ä to '2 by hitting Smith and Grimes
hard, sharp fielding by Brooklyn
Three thousand patrons voted the keeping the runs down. Brooklyn
horse- races a success at Springbrook j won the morning game V to 3. Haw
park Friday afternoon. For the j iings ;ind Maranville hit for the cir
first time since last fall racing fans.c,,it in the afternoon game, the lat
of South Bend ha.l an opportunity ! ter with a man on third. Itawlings.
besides his homer, made two sin
gles and a double. Rudolph was ef
fective throughout, the seven hits off
mm oein.? scattered inrougn as many i
to witness some real rmrse races.
Th- success of Friday's matinee
promises to be excelled this after
noon when another program of
races, including a 2:15 pace, a 2:20
Local fans showed keen interest
in th- Willard-Dempsey light. Be
fore 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, over
200 people had gathered in front of
The News-Times ottice where bulle
tins wtre placed in the window as
fast as they came off the wire.
It was an interesting spectacle to
witness the various expressions
when the first bulletin on the big
light was pasted up. It was a sim
ple task to pick the Willard sym
pathizers from those of Dempsey,
the former crowding nearer the bul
letin as if their eyes were deceiving
them, while the Dempsey adherents
voiced their approval by vociferous
A near riot resulted when the
bulletin was Hashed with the news
that Dempsey had won-
After the fight was over, four men
were kept busy answering phone
calls, queries on the result of the
fight. Out of the 500 calls that were
received, at least 400 were from
CINCINNATI WINS TWO
i D .Vie.
since II 1 1.
Alt. U. II. O A.
M t arty, c
T'iiv, p .
OEMPSEY'S MOTHER IS
OVERJOYED AT RESULT
Peart . b
I I. ltaird. M.
! Men s.d. f 4
I Whitted. If
I Hau reft, ss
' Si king, s
SALT LAKK CITY. July
Mrs cYIia lnipsey. mother of
the new champion, shout. -1 with
y wh-n th- flash reached her
that her son had won the cham
pionship "I am overjoyed," she
j W"d w ar.l.
t a il l a. in
CUBS WIN TWICE
trot and a 2:30 pace will be run.
The Individual feature of Friday's'
program was the consistent running
of Ike Lower's horse, little Fred.
v ho romped home a winner in
three- heats of the 2:25 trot.
Klgvert. ef .
I' ell. rf . . .
! Thorpe. If . .
all ; Holke. 1
I Itoeckel. .To .
All. K II.
I I n . 1- I . ., ... 'II.
.j liviv. 1 irilliiiii v ' 1 ill.- jruciuii M a Tl n vil l
hotel. and many other famous horse- Wilsen, ' .
men were in the grandstand and ex-1 Rudolph. V
pressed themselves as being1 highly
'pleased with the performance of tne
horses. The returns of the big fight
at Toledo were announced by
rounds, and Miss Georgia Killen, a
vaudeville artist, sintr herself Into
the hearts of the crowd with several
Doc Reynolds was starter. The
Gold Medal. 1-1-1; Alec Wright.
CINCINNATI. O., July 5. Cin
cinnati won twice from St. Louis to
day, capturing the morning game 4
to 3 after playing 12 innings and
winning the afternoon contest 4 to
2. The Reds won the afternoon
Käme by bunching live hits with
three passes in the seventh inning.
ST. LtH'IS Ad It. II O. A.
Shotton, If ..
0 j Smith. f
O 5f.ek. 2N
0 1 lleatlieote. rf
5 i Paulette, lb
1 I Lavan, ss
Olseu. SS . . . .
.lohlodnll. 2 . .
Griffith, rf ...
Z. Wheat. If .
Myers. f ...
Klldutf. :u ...
tiriines. p ...
AH. K. U. t).
Snyder, c .
Tuero. p ..
3 1 CINCINNATI
Daubert. lb .,
1 I Groh. 3b
31 2 4
AH. lt. II.
.. ". O 2
2-2 3; Y'irginia Brooks. 3-3-2. Otherj
starters w ere Cricket. Black Mare, i
2:24 1-4; 2:24 1-4; 2:24 1-2.
In the 22," pace the results were:
Little Fred. 1-1-1; Belle Patch.
2-2-2; Verna V.. 3-3-3. Other start-
33 2 7
110 2o O01 ä
turn Km 100 2
PITTSBFIM I. Jaly Ö Chicago
defeat-d P:t?s!.'.irg twice Friday tak-thi-
;r,i! !)inu game by a sroi e i f
7 t arivl the afternoon contest i
Jo 1 Miller
the ho in the
Hei.drix h '.d
was knocked out of
morning game, v hile
ihe locals safe until
x Hatted for Ward in
p " " " " Time. 2:24 1-4; 2:24 1-4; 2:24 1-2. ; .x Hattejl for Smith In
) Tw o bae hits - ltaw lings, l'owfl!,
r. t:d a. 2-2-2; Verna v.. 3-3-3. Other start- II. Ike. I5ee-kel Three base ldt Myern.
Pitted fer Woodward in ..nl. i ,.-..r. Mursr ret Wirt and IMdie Home runs Kiwlings. M.iran vlll". Std-
- . - nrL: ... 1 1 v im mil - .i
Philadelphia K 3 , Lee. Ltltle J- reo was ariven t,y uy , H,(tN.k,.i. Maranville. Left
li.vl. II. hu. runs --'.Lion. Honten. Hrooklyn. '.
Zimmerman, Witted. Luderus. Stolen in the 2:24 trot the results w ere: - -ff Itudeljdi, 2 Hirs--nfr Snath 11
base Clarke. Snerili. fly -Youii.-. , tu. Tit(A i.i.o. Korbes . I in . iiinincn : fT t.rimes. .. in 2 Innings.
Iiouble d .v V H drd Povle ami Chase. . Mlss Tt,lrt- 1 1 orhe- Struck out Hy Smith. 2: by GrlmeK. 2:
Left on r.ases-N.w York.' 13; IMdladel- Moving Pictures. 2-2-3. Forbes was . hy Kd.lph. 5. Losing pit. -herSmith.
id.i.i r.. H.ises .n balls tMT l .ii. y. I : .ii i .iriven b" John Line. Time, ;zd; r.rrer viiu.
Wo..lwnr.l, 3: Packard. Hits MT 2:24- 2:24
Woodward. in Innings; en i a. ham.
7 in ; innliiirs. Hit by pitcher- by Pack
ard lYeimce Struck out Hy Toney. 4;
Woodward. 1: ly Packard. 2 Losin
dtl.er - Woodward. LrrorsZnnmer
Koush, f 1
Neale, .f 4
Kopf, ps 4
Hresfler. If 2
Mitchell, p o
Win go. c 2
Ma gee. rf 1
x Hatted for ItressW
Two base hlts--Grnh.
Z2 4 11 27
. im mi 010 100 2
Kii 0" 4o. 4
TOI.mDO. o.. July Columbus'
bases Neale. Knpf. Sacrifice hits Tuero.
Heatheote. Pouhle play- Stock to Lavan
t J'aulette. Left on leises St. LuN.
'i- Cimlnnatl. 11 !I:imm on balls--tT
Hits Off Kller. 4 In 7 Innings: off Mit. h
ell, nothing In 2 Innings; .ff Tuero. 10
I In i 1-3 Inning Struck out Hy Tu ro.
(1; by tioodwln. 1. Winning pitcher Ll-
FRAIMKIE MASON LOSES
TO DETROIT YOUNGSTER
won the morning game with Toledo;
th latter part ot the game when
troy banrhed m. hits in thnv in
!.:n for their runs. In the after
r.H.n tame 'aughn k t I'lttsburg's
l hits scattered except in the nftii
inn.n;; when the tallied their tmly
Adams was slightly wild and
of the scores against him
a result of a hit batsman, and
ases on balls.
CHEVROLET WINS RACE
here Fridav y to
minm-:aim)ms wins r-i.
ST. FAL'L Minn.. July Ö. In
second inning Sawyer hit a homer
. i ifiiLiht iiiiA.' i i-1 :jti iiiirTTUi-Miisirn fin o ii n ir i in iir- r i v t-a ii
! came back strong in the afternoon i '.v.s awarded the decision over! for Minneapolis that St. Paul could
i tilt md whinned Pitchers Park andiFrankie Mason in the semi-windup j I ot pass, and the Millers won Fri-
AT SHFPPSHFAn RAY! George to the tune of s to 5. There ' here Friday. When Referee Rook day f. to 1. Robertson pitched an
-l hitc n tho :,ftcmnnn o-i me i raised Tremaine's hand as Avinner, ' excellent game, and received fine
lV ' tHU- III UV i.v . . vi! pc.ii.,
' " ' ! . . i . i ' .ii . v-i '
Thü tioi! ,-iMnrv m.i.lu it four nut. mere was a man cry i uini iri;n run ion. wmie Gienaus was un-
1. X 3 ' si evt
f five for the series St ores: i irom tne rans. ries ui .o anu stenay. ine mirning ame was
Columbus ... 020 032 020 i 2 j "Mason wins" were heard from a'licalled
004 003 010 S ? 4 1 quarters of the ar-na. Mason tossed fsccre:
J0IE RAY WINS HONORS
AT GARY BEFORE 20.000
Hy Fnifed rres;
GARY, Ind.. July About 20,
000 perstans Friday saw the second
national track and Jicl 1 meet of the
Anrkan Industrial Athletic asso
ciation, won by the Goodyear team
of Akron. O., with Joie Ray. Chica
go crack middle distance runner rcp-
t-ff ptin? the fiary tin mills winning
irc'ividual honors Kiy earned 15
pcints The weather was ideal and
a number of association records
The teams finished as follows:
Goodyear Tire, Akron. o.t 4"
points; Pullman works. 2 " ; tiary tin
mills. 15; Premner Pros. Chicago.
13; Firestone. 1."; (Lary Sheet mills.
9; Morris. Chicago. ?; General Tire.
11, Gary Works, 4; Goodrich Tire.
7; Miller, 2.
YANKS BUMP SENATORS
N'KW YORK. J i! ..-- N'.-w
took two c i.'ti s fr.-m W :.-.h;r "
I'rid.ty. fcur ho r;:n
the morring c--: v. .:: -: a s- -
of v to . wh:!- t ?'. :-:h :".:.:r-g r..'.'
.axed the aft.;::'" ; g r-. to .' I:.
Th afternoon o rl s' l.er;' .-." ib!-
scoped two rur.s f 'r New Vor
the rr.al '.nnipi. aftf r W i -h ' -" ""
had t.lk'n th" b-ad o:i ;b.aM.-- -
triple uh Mo or. ! .. "I :.--
a tors rrors . rc ro.-t'.. t f. c r."-
rr.mirg from this -:r-.
BURMAN STOPS HERMAN
Sp.s I il t' The New n-Tlmoc :
HKXTON HARHOP. Mich.. July 5.
Joe Rurman stopped Kid Herman,
bantamweight championship con
tender, in the eighth round or a
scheduled 12-round go before 3.S0O
spectators here Friday afternoon. In
the seml-rinal Young Freeman and
Kid Murphy fought eight rounds to
INDIANS BEAT BROWNS
CLFVELA.VD. O.. July a. -Cleve-lan.1
took loth g-ames from ft.
Louis here Friday by scores of 9 to
4 and 11 to 1. Coveleskie kept St.
Louis' hits scattered in the after
noon game while Cleveland players
fattened their a.verar'es off four op
YAQUIS AND MEXICAN
BANDIT BANDS AGAIN
PL PASO. Te . Jul- : Ya ,-:t
Indian depredations In he M-v!.-ii
border states are y cotv.ir.g more,
frequent, but r.ot all ar ts .f 1 ir..!:t r
in the YaQ,ui country ein b. lud it
t lie doors f the Ir.d; -n. i . i :r
to advices reaching her, fro:-?'. So
nora. "It is a Cafe rf gl;;-L- a doc
diyidi: Dornu-: hiivihtr.
LOUISVILLi:. K. July 5. Ixiuis
ville and Indianapolis divided Fri
day's double header, the locals tak
ing the morning game to 0. and
Indianapolis the afternoon contest
5 to 4. In the morning game Tincup
allowed 12 hits, but tightened with
men on bases. Fach team used
three pitchers in the afternoon con
test, xvhich was featured by heax-y
hitting on both sides. Kirke, in the
fifth, hit a home run over the rie-ht
fielti fence. Scores:
Indianapolis . 000 000 000 0 12 0
Louisville ... 000 0,'U 20 6 13 1
Cavet and Gossett; Tincup and
Indianapolis . 030 100 010 3 14 0
Louisville ... 030 010 000 4 11 1
Voyles. Crum. Roge and Iviry;
.Anderson, Corey, Long and Meyer,
a bad name and hanrir.g him.
American reported wh N fir.
with the, marauding a.-tiviti.
It is the custom in Sonor.,, ho sali,
for Mexicans to sho it "Ya ;'.;s"
whenever a foreiim r h.i been kil'e I
In isolated territory, or wh never a
flagrant violation of Meian law has
been committed anywhere ;-i the
section whoro Yao.uis may be fo 1:-. I.
This is suptHjscd to impress ti.-
or with the idea that r al .M.xan
banditry exists largely in the imagi
nations of outsiders. Hot., e. tlo
qui is hlanvd for viol -n
whether he was responsible or r.
Yaqui and Mexican hand:: b
ore both active and it is si.d t
impossible to tell which is c ii: of
various report d raids, robber;..-. a;id
o '. -I
PRES'T WILSON GIVES
FOURTH OF JULY TALK
With Herman allowins1 but one hit
the Hilltops easily defeated the Car
dinals 11 to 0, Friday afternoon.
The batting of Herman, Howard and
Score by Innings:
Hilltops ... 301102 030 11 15 0
Cardinals ... 000 000 000 0 1 2
Batteries For Hilltops. Herman
and Finley; for Cardinals, Hyde and
Zimmerman. Umpire Schultz.
OX IJOARP v. s. s. gforgf:
WASHINGTON. Jifv :, Th- n.-nth
of July was celebrated on bo t!- ; fi.e
G-'orso Washington with sports ar.l
games and a tng-of-war bet w. en
army an1 navy teams. Th- princi
pal event of the day was the addro-
of Pres't Wilson to the. as-.-m'de.i
sailors and soldiers r Z o'clock in
The members of the ".residential
pa'rty were interested obs.-rvers f
the different events. The president
ypent part of the morning in h.s of
fice, going over plans in neu,. t!on
with his arrival at New York, which
probably will be announced liter.
The weather continues in. with
the rea calm, the wind moderate ar.l
most of the day bright and Kinnv.
Six American destroyers wt r pass
ed this morning proceeding eastward.
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DISTIIIIIUTi: RKttATTA HONORS, t
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. July 5.
Honors were well distributed in thej
annual Independence day regatta
rexved over the mile and a quarter
straight-away course on the Schuyl
kill river Friday. Philadelphia clubs
won ten races, the New York A. C.
thr e, and Union IL C. of New York,
r.RiTTo.v m:Ts GRimTiis.
CANTON, O . July 5. Jack Brit
ton, welterweight champion, easily
defeated Johnny Grithths of Akron,
in a 12 round no-decision bout here
WILLS RRYTS liWC.FORI).
ST. LOUIS. July ... Harry Wills
xvon the nexvspaper elecision over
Sam Langford in an eight-round
open air bout Friday afternoon.
TWO KILLED WHEN
PLANE ATTEMPTS TO LAND
MINF.OLA, X. Y.. July 5 Mrs.
(". J. Fisk, wife of the former chb f
justice of the North Dakota su
preme court, and an unidentified girl
wt re killed Friday afternoon when
Cluster Jacobson of the United
States aviation corps attempted .1
lanuing. Another man was so badly
injured that he is not expected to
THREE BIG EVENTS
Entries: Country Queen,
College Boy, Lady S.
Hale, Anna the Great,
John R., Famous Horn
Entries: Nellie the Great,
Auto Margain, Eld H,
Entries: Geo. Connors, j
Jolly Man, Billy
Brooke, Myrtle C,
Slim and others.
ADMISSION 27c; Tax 3c
ecord for ! Tola do
RED SOX WIN TWICE
M'bevro'.et won the 10" mile autmo-
::ic 'lcrov rritiaj ai m-. j'-" " x
I Tax breakinc the world's rt
jthf distance with the time of
. . i,.
n. mutes and l l secon.is.
The former record made by Louis,
Chevrolet or. this track in Septem
ber li17 was "4 minutes and 20 9-16
is. corals "Howdy" x ilco Ilnishea
off became of wet grounds.
Sherman. Park and Wagner; Mil-i his gloves in the air to emphasize j
j ju?. Sanders and M. Kelly
Columbus ... im
! Park. George
rrns and into
armoreil with Ilve-ont: i;!i i-s. He
mad.- little or r.o a!t. :npt at
fensive work and r..-t m.-r' than r.ve
or six titn.s '.::i in- tb..- r.::.e mmur.-
of battlintr did he t. s t to f..,,t wor.
to axoid Willard
Ua Utile IIa.
Once the w a.: .m w a s'.r-. h
ed there was '.:!!' d! in i ll:. '.;.
lb pruio.yals into th riiiiT. Deinp-
lb '.T N. July
oth games Fridav. o to 2 in the
naoT.ing and t i in the afternoon.
Ciliar s double, clearing the basts
4. Boston won ls. end Friday ar.d Dave Lewis third. . '
his disgust at the decision.
Jock Malone. one of Dempsey'
200 200 f; 14 4 ! trainer., had little dimcuity m xvin-
;oo in S 12 2'ning a 10-round bout with Ralston,
nr.d HnrtTevlthe latter who foueht a defensive
- j i
Minneapolis . .002 0ftoi:f 5 3 0
St. Paul COOK'0 000 1 4 1
Robertson ard Owens; Nieha'Js,
Monroe and 'llargrave.
and' battle all the way through.
sirrrciiKu .hkats livis.
OMAHA. Neb, July . Joe
eighth Inning si lib d
the is- j stctche- of Dotigp. Neb . Friday de-
Strancler" Lewis of San
YANKS WIN IN P.M1IS.
K FISHING STADIl'M. July
Ara.ric.n baseball ttam tief
d the Canadian team
of lo to 0 Friday.
ft a ted Ll
I Ti.si- t'alif. In two straitrht fails in
ta xvrfstlinc match. Stetcher xvon the;
-!ti:si fall in one hour and 47 minutes
-I. and the second fall in 14 minutes.
by the tcore He too',; each fall xvith a body scis
sort and wristlock.
YANKS WIN" I.KANPnU CUP.
HKNLKY ON TIIAMFS. July :.
The American army tirst four oared
(Ciw beat the New Zealand four Fri
day afternoon in eight minutes and
six seconds. The race was for the
Always First in NEWS-TIMES
Gliens cirrs dkcision.
TULSA. OkU.. July 3. Harry
Grcb of Pittsburg pained a referee's
decision over Pill Brennan of Chi
cago Ir. a 15 round fight here Fri
day p. fternoon.
MIKE GIBBONS OUTPOINTED.
Ralph Mulford won the 4 mile race
cn the Tacoma speedway Friday
r.fternoon in 2 4 minutes 2 2-5 sec- KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 5.
ends. The race was a contest be-1 Jeff Smith of New York outpointed
tween Mulford and Durant. Chevro-jMike Gibbons of St. Paul in a 1"
let fir.ifhed third xvith Hcarne and I round boxing rr.atch Friday. accorJ
Kcfeta follow ing. I ln.g to the newn writers.
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