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The Herald's Sporting News
June 13 1910.
The Herald's Sporting News
CLOSE GAME SUNDAY WITH GAMES
THE VICTOR BY JUST OWE BUI
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El PaSOaiLS iiet Up 111 bne
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Air " " and. Do borne Avia-
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(By N. 31. Walker.)
Cananea -..... 10
El raso . ........5 G 4
Max Reardon and his spit ball won
for Cananea Sunday afternoon. At any
rate an El Paso nitcher won forMaxIe
pitched in the sand lot circuit of the J
Srieague 0? went to Cananea.
Things were moving aiongmern
until the fourth inning when El Paso
scored two off of a ragged eaten dj
Snider Adams at second base for Can
anea which was followed up by an
equally ragged one by wnaung. r -
Vie same Spider second baseman the
ball hitting the dirt several inches in
front of Spider's lean shlnbone.. This
sent Hewitt around to third after he
had got on by waiting for four bad
balls at the plate. Whatling. T.f helped
the good work albnr by overthrowing
the ball after he had backed up Adams
and Hewitt scored. Jackson up after
Earthman had been retired by Reardon
managed to score on an equally unbe-
coming collection of errors which
started by Whaling It. missing Nalle's
throw from third to first of Stanley
Gray's ground ball. Two runs off of
no hits was not a shining inning for
the visitors but watch for the next
In the first of the fifth the aviation
record of Washington park was broken.
"Orville" Wright the new shortstop
started the engine going in this inning
by throwing wrid to Jackson at first
after Brand had hit one down his way.
Before that Spider Adams and Hodges
had been unfeeling enough to lay down
two bunts and beat them out for In-
field hits after Bill Goodman had got
hit in the ribs for a safety to first-
Then R. "Whaling hit to right field
scoring Goodman and Adams. Nalle got
a little horseshoe hit through second
and scored Hodges. Jackson the old
tioM-. nf tho luh. threw the ball i
away trying to cut Hodges off at the
plate and then the airship went up j Cananea-
high and circled several times before j RUns
landing. Brand hit to rignt wno
threw wide to Jack and Brand went to
second while R. Whaling scored.. B.
Whaling hit to short but Hewitt grab-
bed It off for a boot and failed to get
the runner. This ended the comedy of
errors Reardon striking out and Good-
man enddng the agony by flying out to
Gowan in right.
El'' Paso scored another in the fifth
off of a pair of two base hits by Rum-
sey and Wright. Cananea added another
to its total in the sixth when Rumsey
hit Adams and came near enough to
Hodges to get him a base. Nalle sent
CLOVIS LEADS THE
SAETTA FE LEAGUE
Interesting Gaone of Ball Is
' Played at" "Clovis on
Clovis N. ML June 13. Clovis won
from Albuquerque Sunday by a score
of S to 6. Superior hatting and field-
ing won for the locals. Cornish and
Lembke were stars for Albuquerque.
Lembke in the sevent knocked a one
bagger that Drought in two men. Cor-
nish in the ninth made a home run
making two scores.
Wallace for Clovis pitched a great
R. H. E.
Clovis 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 28 9 3
A'querque 000000312 o 6 4
Batteries Clovis Wallace and Wal-
lace; Albuquerque Weeks and White-
TJmp ire Capman.
Clovis now leads in the Santa Fe
v ! 4
4. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
X By Art "Woods.
WHERE THEY PLAY TUESDAY.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
- St. Louis at Brooklyn
Boston at Cleveland.
Fort Worth at Waco.
Dallas at San Antonio.
Shreveport at Houston.
Oklahoma City at Galveston.
HOW THEY STAND.
Chicago - 43
New York 4.5
Cincinnati .. 41
Pittsburg ...T 41'
St. !Louis 45
W. L. Pet
28 15 .651
25 17 .622
22 19 -537
21 20 .512
21 24 .467
20 25 .444
17 24 .415
16 29 .356
W. L. Jct.
28 13 .683
28 14 .667
31 18 .633
22 21 .512
17 20 .459
21 2G. .447
15 26 .366
9 32 .220
W. L. Pet.
32 22 .593
31 .22 .5S5
31 24 .564
28 27 .509
. 2S 2S .500
26 29 .473
. 24 29 .453
17 35 .327
Won. Lost. Pet.
8 3 .727
5 4 .64::
5 8 .500
9 9 .500
6 10 .375
3 8 .273
Ncw York 41
CI e veland 37
St. Louis - 41
Team P- .
Houston - s4
San Antonio 53
Galveston - 55
Fort Worth 55
Dallas G .
Oklahoma City 53
El Paso 16
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Adams to third with a little easy
cnance and T. Whaling's clean cut hit
to right. El Paso made a desperate ef-
j fort to tIe the &ame up in the eighth
I but failed by one run. Jackson got a
j sing-ie to right and was sent the dis
tance by Ketchum s demise at first an
error by first baseman Whaling and
Stan. Gray's three bagger to deep right.
Gray cashed In on this long drive when
Reardon shot a crooked one over which
went xo ne lenre. xi.is uuu
afternoon s aviation meeting after two
successful flights had been made and
Cananea had busted her jinks into
small piecesby winning the third same
Rumsey started for El Paso and was
j J good when the blowup came in
. "' ' fnnw r infWfl ones.
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starting from bunts well laid down. Af-
ter he had hit two men and allowed
one nit m me sevemu ne -u p"
out and Gill was sent in to finish the
game. Rumsey had his offerings break-
ing fine especially the high upshoot
which fooled the Cananea club in al-
most every inning. Reardon pitched the
game of his career in El Paso and his
spit ball was breaking a foot below tlie
El Paso. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Hewitt 3b. 4 1 0 1
Earthman. 2b. 4 0 0 4
Jackson lb 5
Gray. rf. ......
Gill p. .. ...
.35 5 6 27 7 4
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Goodman If. .... 4 1
Adams 2b. ..... 4 2
Hodges rf. . . .... 4 1
R. Whaling lb 5 1
Nalle. 3b. ....-" .. 5 1
T. Whaling cf.-.. 5 0
Brand ss. 4 0
B. Whaling c. ... 4 0
Reardon p. 4 0
Totals . . .
.39 6 10 27 14 7
...000210 02 0 5
..00002103 0 6
0 0005100 0 6
Hits 11114100 1 10
Three base hits Gray Goodman. Two
base hits Wright. Rumsey Goodman.
Stolen bases B. Whaling. Innings pitch-
ed Rumsey 6; by Gill. 3. Hits off
Rumsey. 9: off Gill 1. Struck out By
Rumsey. 6; by Reardon 6. Bases on
balls )ff Rumsey 1; off Reardon. 4.
Wild pitches Reardon 2. Hit by pitch-
er Reardon hit Merritt; Rumsey hit
Goodman Adams Hodges. Passed balls
Merritt 1- Left on bases El Paso 8;
Cananea 9. Double plays Adams to
Brand to B. Whaling. Time 2 hours
5 minutes. Umpire DeWiggins.
BISBEE WINS THE
SECOND DAY GAME
Takes Sunday Contest From
Douglas Demons After
Bisbee Ariz. June 13. Playing
snappy at times sensational ball Bis-
bee made it an even break with Its
neighbor from over the hill by win-
ning the second game of the grand
stand benefit series here Sunday. Go-
ing an extra inning the game was
won In the tenth by Bisbee when Mar-
shall ihit Out a single following a
two bagger and scored the . winning
run that broke the backbone of the
game. Kane pitched for Douglas and
kept the Maroons guessing during the
entire ten innings. Marshall opposed
him and they had an even break on
hits each allowing nine. Pltts's coach-
ing lost Douglas one run in the eighth
Inning. The score was:
R. H. E.
Bisbee 4 9 2
Douglas 3 9 1
Batteries For Bisbee Marshall and
Grindle; for Douglas Kane and Lo
The Smelter and the Portland Cement
teams met Sunday with a 9 to 1 victory
for the Smelterltes. Barkley's pegging
was a feature and his support another.
Taylor of the Cement team left the box
in the seventh Finney taking his place.
The lineup was as follows:
Smelter: Bateman. If; Fitchtner c;
W. Medina lb; F. Medina ss; Wilkin-
son 3b; Cotter 2b; Christie cf; Dickin-
son rf ; Barkley p.
Portland Cement: Hoover 3b; Adair
lb; Grady 2b; Finney c; Gray ss;
Wood cf; Taylor p; Davis If: Wal-
East El Paso was defeated by the
Durangos Sunday by a close margin of
11 to 10.
The score: R H E
Durango 11 14 7
East El Paso 10 9 6
Batteries: Durango Chito and Tallo;
East El Paso. Nemo and Tellea.
Double play Durangos. Pablo and
Chan to Medina and Angel.
The Union team played the Gimble
team Sunday morning at the car barns
six Innnings. The Union team made 9
runs and the Gimble team 0. Battery
for the Union team Fichtner c; -Armstrong
p. For the Gimble team. Pick-
ings c; Fisher p. The Union team
made 9 hits and the Gimble team 2.
Armstrong made S strikeouts and
Fisher 4. The Union team is open for
all games. J. E. Jacobs is manager.
The East El Paso boys defeated the
Concordia boys by a score of 6 to 5 in
a tight game of 10 Innings Sunday. The
Concordia team was 5 to 1 up to the
eighth inning. The East El Paso boys
In the ninth inning ran in 4 runs and
tied the ?ore and then scored ono
more In the tenth Inning and won the
game. L. Melliron did extra good field-
ing in left field and Albert Adkins did
extra good work on short stop. Callo-
way did some good batting. He got one
three bagger and three two baggers
out of five times up. He Is a Shreve-
port pitcher. The Concordia team Is
composed of one-half of the old Inter-
The score r. h. E.
E1 Paso 6 11 10
Concordia 5 10 11
GUTIERREZ TO RETURN.
Gutierrez the formei international
pitcher who was with Cananea last
year has written that he will return to
El Paso Wednesday to make his home
here- Guiterrez I5 a clgarmaker and
will work at his trade in El Paso and
will play with the amateur clubs.
M G LOSES
Ben Lomond Cal. June 13. Jeffries
and Corbett met In a lively sham battle
Sunday before about 1000 spectators.
The big boy appeared after his rest of
the day before on a fishing trip and
TlQ1f1a fi-iY-Krhf - 1- .. T.r. rV.-..nr.l-t
for three roung &nd en(Jed u
FarmeKBurns on the mat.
. The c Corb
J a mUd appeared and
aftgr th donned enthusi-
j asni almost reached th h f real
ft . m - . . .
VJV18' a"nousn .irries naa uecmea-
lIie nuD ena or t nn the way
through blocking Corbett's blows as
j easIly as f he were waruing. off volleys
j from a bean ' shooter. In the second
round the boxing was fast and Corbett
made a hard try to send home some of
his carefully-contrived uppercuts. They
all fell short. If Corbett has copied the
black man's favorite blows Jeffries has
evolved what appears to be an impreg-
nable defence against it. Corbett shot
them inv with swiftness and Jefrles
carefully threw the switch on all of
them. The actor-fighter landed one
business-like left on the prow of
Jeffries's chin without in the least dis-
turbing the peaceful calm of the lat-
In the third round the boil'ermaker
swung loose several times like the arm
of a derrick that has slipped its pulley.
If Corbett had been there when they ar-
rived the bout would have ended sud-
denly and Gentleman Jim did not
clamor for another round when the
Choynski fared rather worse than
Corbett though successfully blocking
several fast ones -with his face which
has been considerably overworked at
this pastime of late. A wicked left on
the forehead almost dropped him.
"TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
It looks now as if Shreveport would
before the next seven games push Dal-
las out of the first division and climb
Into that place. Waco is working hard
and can see light at the top of tli
Gribbens vis not only working well
behind the "bat for the Fort Worth
Panthers but is yielding the willow :n
a way to make the twirlers seasick. la
a recent game with San Antonio he
tied the score with a two bagger and
then won it with a home run wallop.
The hot weather is beginning to tell
on Hornhurst first baseman for Sin
Antonio and he is not putting up tne
game that he was.
When Drucke of the Oklahoma In-
dians is not catching for that team
he takes a trj' at second base or. LUe
outfield. He puts up a star game at
any old place. He usually connects
with the ball when hits means runs.
He is one of the most valuable players
that has been picked up from a college
team this year. It is fast company fjr
Torrey the Southern league twirler
recently purchased has joined the Pal-
las team and will work regularly hcie-
after. Umpire Westervelt has
There will be no sorrow amojig the
fans or the players that he and presi-
dent Allen have arrived at the parting
of the way. He gave satisfaction to no
Outfielder Blakely who went from
the Texas league to the Brooklyn club
has been purchased by the Lowell club
of the New England league.
' Wetzell recently v purchased by the
Montgomery club of the Southern
league has been released to Galveston.
Yohe from the Kansas City team will
succeed Wetzell with Montgomery.
Since he broke the hoodoo for Dal
las the fans are crying for Ben Shel-
ton to hang around the Dallas quar-
ters a little longer even if he don't
do anything but warm the players up
by his cheery smile. But the cotton
business Is calling Ben very strong and
he will probably heed it.
Speaking of Artie Griggs in Thurs-
day's game the Globe-Democrat has the
following to say of the former Texas 1
player now with the St. Louis team: J
Griggs s slow and deliberate way of !
swinging at the ball in the ninth
caused the fans to show the first seri-
ous outburst of displeasure that has
been noticed this season despite the
fact that the team has lost so many
games. Arthur's slow way of doiner
things has caused the fans to believe i
that he is not trying and when he
fanned in the last round of play every
one in the grandstand hissed. And
Griggs responded to the hissing by
doffing his cap. There is no doubt but
what Griggs is downhearted and brokon
In spirit over his poor showing this
year and a4 few more such occurrences
as that which happened fh the ninth
inning wijl make St Louis the most
BENJAMIN'S A POPULAR CHAP-THEY ALL WANT HIM
II lcifWNUJ. oR(CNALl A.H0 WAIT RR 0SINeJ ( Vt jSJS VTesHi fZZ rJU O0H A W6CTPO-(
Clifton Team Badly Weak-
ened Easy Prey for the
Clifton Ariz. June 13. Morenci won
the gamefrom Clifton Sunday.
The score R. H. E.
Morenci 10 14 2
Clifton 8 14 3
Batteries: Morenci Jones Ashley and
Hofman; Clifton Scanlon Abbott and
Bousquet. The Clifton team was greatly
When manager Riley returned from
Globe Saturday night he was Imme-
diately confronted with the troubles of
his team. Manager Tyler of Morenci
spent the day in Clifton trying to ar-
range a game. Despite the fans' opin-
ions the directors of the club decided to
send the team to Morenci.
While the team was in a badly crip-
pled state most of the players were
anxious for a game and while the gen-
eral opinion was that there was but one
chance in a hundred for Clifton to win
out Riley's boys went going after that
ALPINE CLUB DEFEATS
MARFA DIAMOND STARS.
Marathon Texas June 13. The Al-
pine baseball club defeated the Mara-
thon Meteors yesterday at the Marathon
ball grounds by a score of 10 to 7.
Marathon tried out two pitchers when
Buckner was put in the box and shut
out Alpine the last five innings. The
Meteors will play Alpine next Satur-
day at Alpine and have challenged
Marfa's crack team for a game during
the big Fourth of Jul3r celebration at
undesirable spot in the
Griggs to play ball in."
Clarin. the catcher who recently
joined the Galveston Sand Crabs has
proved a frost. The rollers will prob-
ably be put under him in good shape
within a few days.
Walter Salms who biffed umpire Bly
In the jaw and threw iis shoes at hlnv
in a game at San Antonio recently
has been fined $50 and suspended In-
Dutch Browning goes back to San
Francisco. This little fellow pitched
fine ball for 'Frisco last year and
earned his promotion to Detroit but
the league was a little too fast for
him. He needs a year or so longer
in the minors and then there will be
no company too fast for him. .
Ramos who is with Laredo of the
Southwest Texas league is doing fine
work in the box. Several of the Texas
league teams have their eyes on this
speedy little pitcher.
Clarin- the Denver. boy has joined
the Galveston Sand Crabs but is still
warming the bench. He will be given
a tryout later. '
The Oklahoma team is trying to get
1 Cy Young the long lanky pitcher
they had last year from Topeka. The
Indians are mighty sorry they' parted
company with him.
Foley White who was released by
Waco and played a few games with
Houston is now with Galveston.
Yohe will not come to the Houston
Buffaloes as was reported. Kansas
City has sold him to the Montgomery
club getting a better price than Hous-
A. & M. Smith is out of the game for
a few days on account of a foul ball !
illlilllg JIAJ.l Ail 111c gj 17. xuu JUJUIJ
was not serious.
Tony Smith the former Galvestonian
has secured himself a regular berth
with Brooklyn. The sport writers say
he Is one of the best secured from
the minors in many years.
Newmeyer the Waco southpaw has
been sold to the Marion club of tne
Ohio state league. '
Pat Folbre pitcher at one time with
San Antonio has been signed with the
Columbia team in the South Atlantic
If ancestry and antecedents go for
much Adam Rankin Johnson the giant
pitcher Dallas purchased from St.
Louis via Memphis won't lose many
games because of faint heart. This
young; Texan is of a game family that
asserted itself in confederate history
as a producer of men who never quailed
under fire and battled desperately to
the end. Young Johnson's grand-
father brigadier general Adam Ran-
kin Johnson after having his eye-
sight destroyed In a battle was im-
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JOHNSON FEARS A
SMASH IHPIT OF
San Francisco. Cal. June 13. It is
evident that Jack Johnson and his
trainers fear the stomach attacks of
Jim Jeffries's fists. The negro cham-
pion has begun hardening his bread
At Saturday's exhibition one of the
most successful of the training season
his boxing partners were told to "hit
for the belly" and they did. The work-
out brought a lot of favorable comment
from the experts.
There were 11 rounds of boxing of
which four were minute contests with
Kaufman. In addition the champion
boxed four rounds with Cotton and two
with Dave Mills.
Even Kaufman was given instructions
to play for the champion's stomach.
With 200 pounds of weight to back him
up. Kaufuman wrestles Johnson around
the ring in much better shape than
any of the regular sparring partners
and the work was good for both.
Following the boxing with Kaufman
Johnson finished with some work with
Cotton and Mills. At the same time
Kaufmuan was boxing in the same ring
with Waller Monahan so there was a
good show for the spectators.
Johnson performed yesterday before
the largest crowd since he began train-
ing at the ocean beach. When he had
finished and had retired for. his rutr-
down more than 1000 persons spread
the news to the crowd on the beach
that the champion is in superb condi-
tion and had just finished a grind of
gymnasium work so fast and furious
as to leave little doubt as to his fit-
ness. After boxing four rounds with Cot-
ton Johnson took Kaufman on for a
like number and the bout was an in-
teresting one. Kaufman Is a big help
to the champion and as a reward for
his assistance he is receiving many
valuable tips on ring conduct that will
help him in his future fights. Dave
Mills stood before Johnson for two
snappy rounds and the crowd expressed
its surprise many times at the nimble-
ness and cleverness of the star.
WJNQO MAY COME
BACK TO EL PASO
Anderson Has Been Sold by
Cincinnati But Doesn't
Win go Anderson may be back in an
El Paso uniform before the present
crescent moon gets on its monthly jag.
WIngo has been sold to Dayton O. the
sub cellar club of the Central league.
Anderson was not overjoyed at his sale
to the minors and inmied lately got into
communication with the management of
the local club in regard to getting back
on his last season's club for the re-
mainder of the year.
This would make the WIngo boy an
outlaw for he would be breaking out
of the reservation by not going to Day-
ton but he has evidently had enough
of the cold weather in the north and
wants to get back where the sun shines
Manager Harbuck and the 'directors
of the club are figuring on a dicker
by which Anderson will be brought here
for the remainder of the season. The
advent of Anderson into the Maverick
club would mean a letout for at least
two of the four pitchers now working
"at present as he is sturdy enough to
work twice each week and would need
little assistance- in handling the pitch-
ing of the local club.
FOE WEEKLY SHOOT
The El Paso Rifle club held Its cus
tomary weekly shoot at the range on
Mundy Heights during Sunday morn-
ing. The weather conditions were good
during all the morning.
There were seven riflemen and a
number of visitors present
The Hixson medal event was the first
contest entered upon and the following
scores were made out of a possible 25:
Capt. Jack 21
Reherd i 19
H. S. Miller IS
The El Paso Optical Co. prize event
was next entered upon and the follow-
ing scores were made out of a possible
Actual Pts. H'dcap. Total.
H. S. Miller 46
Capt. Jack 43
Some practice scores were made as
follows 25 being possible: Haines 21
Rutledge 20-22 Reherd 20-15. Paul
. On next Sunday the last shoot in
the Optical company event will be
held and the prize will be awarded
to the one who makes the highest
aggregate for two scores out of the
Chief of detectives Jesse C. Stansel
has returned from a 10 days' trip to
San Francisco and other California
Big League Baseball
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0
R. H. E.
0 0 0 00 7 4
0 0 0 0 0 6 0
and Gibson; Philadelphia McQuillen and
Dooin. Umpires Johnstone and Mo-
All other games in the National
league were ' postponed on account of
rain or wet grounds.
At Cleveland: Cleveland-Boston game
At Detroit R. H. j-..
New York ...10102000 0 i 8 4
Detroit 0 100001 1J0 3 5 0
Batteries: New York Vaughn and
Mitchell; Detroit Stroud and Stanage.
Umpires Evans and Egan.
At Washington R. H. E.
Washington .10000100 1 3 11 0
Chicago 0 0000000 0 0 2 0
Batteries: Washington Reisling and
Street; Chicago Smith and Payne. Um-
piresConnolly and D'ineen.
At St. Louis ( R.H.E.
Philadelphia .00010310 1 6 8 1
St. Louis 10000000 1 2 8 9
Batteries: Philadelphia Plank and
Lapp; St. Louis Lake and Killifer. Um-
pires Kerin and Sheridan.
At Los Angeles: ' R H E
Sacramento 0 6 1
Vernon 1 7 2(
Batteries: Fitzgerald and Spiesman;
Hitt and Hogan. (11 innings).
At San Francisco: R H E
San Francisco 7 10 0
Oakland 6 12 7
Batteries: Stewart Willis and Ber-
ry; Moser Harklns and Mitze.
At Memphis: Memphis 0; New Or-
At Nashville: Nashville 5; Mobile 1.
At Chattanoga: Chattanooga 2;
At Atlanta: Atlanta 2; Birmingham
2. (10 innings).
Big League Baseball
. TE3LVS LEAGUE.
At Galveston. R- H. E-
Oklahoma City '-!. 4
Galveston 5" 7 4
Batteries: Oklahoma City Beiltz
Bandy and Moves; Galveston Spencer
1 At Houston 10 innings.
Houston ...... ..-- .
R. H. E.
4 9 2
.... 5 10 1
Garvin; Houston Mitchell and Burch.
At San Antonio. R- H. E.
Dallas 0 2 0
San Antonio 1 5 0
Batteries: Dallas Shontz and On-
slow; San Antonio Billiard and Schan.
At Fort Worth. R- H. E.
Waco .".7 8 1
Fort Worth . S 10 7
Batteries: Waco Shulz and Gordon;
Fort Worth Deordoff McKay and
At Topeka. R. H. E.
First game 11 inninprs. s R. H. E-
Denver '0 0 ft 0002000 1 3 7 1
Topeka 0000000020 0 2 5 1
Batteries:: Ehnian Schriber and Mc-
MurrayjHarris and Boles
R. H. E.
Denver ....0 0 0 10
10 0 0 2 5 0
0 0 0 0 0 4 1
Topeka .....0 0 0 0 0
Jackson and Kerns.
At St Joseph. R. H. E.
Wichita 10020000 3 6 9 1
St. Joseph ..0 1000000 0 1 6 5
Batteries: Jarnigan and Shaw; Joc-
kerst Baker and Shea. ..
Aa Omaha. R. H. E.
Omaha .. 00014020 7 9 3
Des Moines .0 0110400 0 6 9 2
Batteries: Hollenbeck Sanders. Mel-
ton Gonding. Sage and Bachant.
At Lincoln. R. H. E.
Sioux City .01109100 0 3 6 1
Lincoln .....01000001 .0 2 5 3
Batteries: Chabek and Miller: Knapp
At New Orleans New
At Memphis Memphis
At San Antonio: R H E
Ft Worth 5
San Antonio 1 5
Batteries: Burke Gribbons and Green;
Griffin and Yontz.
At Waco: R
Batteries: Dale Euan and
Loudell and Gordon.
Umpires Diley and Curtis
First game: R H E
Shreveport 2 6 2
Galveston 3 -7 1
Batteries: LIngenfelder and Garvin;
Crabble and Brown- (10 innings.)
Second game: R H E
Shreveport 2 4 . 2
Galveston 6 3 f 2
Batteries: Herbert and Henninger;
Hiss and Braun.
(Cabled at the end of the seventh by
At Houston: R H E
Oklahoma City 2 9 1
Houston .l 6 2
Batteries: Chelette ancLNoyes; Wat-
son and Burch.
Umpires Mitchell and Bandy;
At St Joseph: The St Joseph-
Wichita game was awarded to Wichita
9 t n. by umpire Spencer in the fifth
Score: R H E
Wichita 3 3 1
St Joe 3 5 3
Batteries: Shaner and Jokerst; Gal-
gano and Wolf.
At Lincoln: R H E
Lincoln 17 17 2
Sioux City 4 6 2
Batteries: Fox and Sullivan; Mc-
Lean Chabek Wilson and Miller.
At Omaha: R H E
Das Moines ..........0 3 2
Omaha A7 7 0
Batteries: Stower arid Gonding;
Owens and Hawkins.
At Topeka: R H E
Denver 2 6 1
Topeka 5 13 3
Batteries: Adams and Weaver;
Wright and Bolen.
At Detroit R. EL E.
New York ..0020010 0.0 3 5 3
Detroit 10 1115 0 0 S 14 1
Batteries: Warhop and Mitchell;
Willet and Stanage.
At St. Louis. R. H. E.
St Louis ...0 0 5 0 0 1 0 6 6 1
Philadelphia 00010000 0 1 6 1
Batteries: Powell Ba41ey and Al-
len; Krause and Lapp Donohue.
At .Chicago. R. HI E.
Chicago 0 0000000 0 0 7 1
Washington 00000000 2 2 10 0"
Young and Payne; Groom
R. HI Ev
A. ttV 1
Batteries:: Wheeler and Warring;
Krapp and Fisher.
. . -1...--.... j.w. -b
At Los Angeles
Morning game. R. K. E.
Vernon ...... 5 6 1
Sacramento .... 5 6 3
Batteries: Willett and Brown; Hunt
and Graham Spiesman. Game called at
the end of the ninth; time allowance.
Second game. R. H. E.
Vernon ....-..-...- 4 5 0
Sacramento 2 5 1
Batteries: Carson and Hogan: Noursa
At San Francisco
Morning gqme. - . IL H. EL
Oakland . 3 6 0
San Francisco 0 1 2
Batteries: Lively and Pearce; Miller
and Eastley and Berry.
Afternoon game. R. H. E.
Oakland .....2 9 3
San Francisco 1 4 0
Batteries: Nelson and Pearce; Hentry
ENDURANCE TEST HONORS
TO DOUGLAS SCORE 12.TO !.
Bieliee Lost Freaklsfc Game Saturday oh
Home GroHHtls After Sacrificial
Three Pitchers; Maay Hita
Bisbee Ariz. June 13. Breaking into
the backwoods class with a total of J2
runs 24 hits and 14 errors Douglas and
Bisbee established a cross lot record
Saturday which is the envy of the en-
tire league. Five piitchers -were offered
as sacrifices durlngfthe game Walters
and Kane being the Douglas offering;
and Chevaliar who was not as classy
or classic as his name Indicates was
supplented by pitchers in the persons
of Doan and later Marshall also worked
It wasn't much of a game as gmes go.
althought an extra inning added to the
freakishness of the performance. Tho
game was a thriller from the bleachers
but showed signs of real baseball only
In spots. Everyone hit run and scored
as many as possible.
Chevaliar who came hero recently
from east Texas with claims as a
pitcher worked for Bisbee until Da-
rymple could get him out of the box.
The slaughter was something terrible
while he lasted. It was a lovely day.
The score "r. h. E.
Douglas 12 149
Bisbee 10 10 5
Batteries: Douglas Walters Kane
and LeBrand; Bisbee Chevaliar Doan
Marshall and Grindle.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Tuesday fair with increasing clou-
diness. For New Mexico: Fair west portion
possibly showers east portion tonight
of Tuesday; pooler east tonight
For west Texas: Tonight and Tues-
day generally cloudy weather; showers
in the panhandle tonight or Tuesday;
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark.
12:5 feet; this date last year 14.0 feet
Highest temperature at EI Paso last
24 hours 99 degrees :' lowest last IS
hours 70 degrees. (Temperature taken
at 6 a. m.. this mornlnjrJ
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