El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, July 14, 1913 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO M
JULY 14. 1018.
e Man Who Wants His Fortune Told Nevet Manages to Make One
YANKEES EVENED UP
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steadies the In..
eTon. I Pet.
PhlladelriMa ' " 71
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Humor. I 1
ttt ........... .14
Wew York .14 t.l III
her I her P1T Tdar.
Waul I'o t . . 1 1 Ht i'l'ilm.
Philadelphia at Detroit
New TorB at si loifla
Buelon at Chicago.
Htm York S; t Loaia t.
Ay Th Aoriati4 Pre.
Hew York. 3nly 13 New York vne
t the aeries with bi Ix-nie this utter -JB
score 3 to 1 The winning ro
'Ml talll'.l on Wnltsra elnsle. t'ree'a
aae rift re nrt alriKlr- hy I'eellnpangh.
In the first Inning "I Ixole got two
passes anil two douhles. hof one run waa
all I ho local- could tally. A anew hit
the l.all over I ha left field fence for a
koma run Hi the aerenth. New Tort's
firm ran waa the remit of a peas a aae.
rlfl.-e and a MiikI Two alnglaa and an
out la tha foarth rouuted for another In
New York .
R H E
001 100 0103
100 000 I00--2 7 3
Kord and Smith; Mitchell
.lolmnton. Home rim. agnew. Double
Majr Wallace to Brief. Raaa on hall.
Ford. : Mitchell 1 Struck oat. Ford
!; Mitchell. 2 ITmplrea Dlnaen and
CM.l.D tj Waahlagtea n.
Hi Th' I ttociafd Pre.
I'levrland. July 13 Washington ds-
fennn l 'levels nd ' to 4 today In a thrlll-
lag contact Clsveland used four pltchera
n) Ihe daaperate effort to win. and tied
the score twice.
Single hy Morgan and Shanks and Mr-
Itii.i. - t rlple i-.red two for Waehlng-
teri In the aecond Cleveland tied It np
la the fourth on Johnston'! single and
Jackson's home run.
Washington wen. nhead In the fifth
when slnglea hy Mosller. Foater. Milan
sird Oandll scored two more. Cleveland
caught up again in tha eighth when
l.ellveit. Johnston rhapman and .fact-
eon .si. h alnsled through the pltcher'a
hoi. Washington scored the winning
ran In the ninth on a pass to Mcllrlde
k) Kahler. .lihnann'a single and Moel.
ler's single off Falkenberg.
fV-ore H. H . P..
Cleveland 000 500 030- 4 10 4
Washington 030 030 001 ft 14 3
Batteries Cnllop. Mitchell. Kahler
Watkontii'i g nnd Cntlerh ; Johnson nnd
BVmmarv: Three-haae hits Milan. Mc.
Bri.l' Home run Jackson. Pontile
jllavs 'haiiman iinrt Turner: Johnston
pnd Cnllop: Johnson. Morgan and flan-
lll Cullop and Jnhnttoa:; Carlerh nnd
I. ii Jolr Base on halls Cullop. 1 : Kahler
I. Ktrink ont. Mitchell. 4: Johnson. t.
I'luplrcs Connolly and McOreevej.
BstUa ti ChWge B.
Bv Thr Actatrd Prf
Chicago .Inly IS Rar Collins of Boa-
ton hold Chle'aso to three scattered hits
tedny nnd still Chicago won. S to 3.
fin I one of the lorsla' run waa earned
that helug the one Chaae scored en a
homer to deep left The other two rune
ijkeg helped along hy errors hy Wagnar
who threw wild to third In an nttempt
to ralch "Bead w-h.i waa stealing In tha
Inltiu Inning and ngaln In the fifth
when he fumhlod Bodle's grounder
Weneer donhlod nnd Bodle scored. Boott
ISO wss In fine form nd held the rial
jisrs to sis hits.' He plt.hed woll In the
pinches while two llghtntns double
aJars Iit llnth. Wesrar and Chaae aa-
alsfit him In .callus 'he Bostmitana
t (Vall's catch "f Wisoer'a fly In deep
(filer prevented tha trlsttora from
llrlns 'he ac.ire.
Hcore R. H E.
Boston 000 05 000 ? 0 2
Olrngo 100 110 00s .1 3 1
Batteries 11 Cniilna ana Currlgaa:
Bco'i and Hchalk.
Siinimsrr Two-haae hits Wearer
ftarduer Home run. Chase. Donhle
nlava. Rath to Wearer to chase ft).
Base on halla. off R. Colltna. 1: Brott.
1 St rock nut. Collins 1: Bcott 3 I'm-
I.Iick Rrans Bkerldsa
Philadelphia 1-4 1 Retreat 7-
. loo i I' July 11 By sovraa of 7 to
1. and ft to 4. Detroit took hetk gimaa
of today's double. header from Philadel-
phia Daua. waa In fine form from the
Brat silo wins hut fire hits. A paaa to
Collins In the eighth followed hy elngles
hy Baker and M In nee. a cored the
Prompt Relief and
a Permanent ure
Is what erery
sffllcted m a ii
and alse tha
huateet at a I
1 yaw are af.
a by af Ikoaa
l erlal dlasasea
UNTs aswa"l'J f.sip -
a mill foi
Gefman American Doctors
aae 4. g;i ra.. faaaa
leagaa lea.lere' only run last roll did
net kit I'oael Wllk gay freanenry aatll
tha eighth hat Blade the asoat ef Its
drteas. Daaaa helped considerably la the
scring of hta lesm hy a .leahle sag
the second game was hard fought.
The Athletics established sa early kaaa.
I set roll doing with Bash uatll tip alsth
whan alngle by Crawford a triple by
Cohh aad etaglee hy Veaeh and High
tied Ihe aewra liusa ratlrtag la faror ef
Bender who yielded what proved to he
the wlanlag ran 'he resuh af a triple by
Mil end i rsoford's fly.
Moth fata eg abounded In sensettoeal
Bcere. flrat ganss : R H K.
I'hlle.lelphli. nisi M4
lAn urn no oi ii i
fBrrlca Hon k aad l.aip Danes
nun in.. I Two-hasa hits. Collins
Cehb I lakes Three.haae hltk each.
Base on oalla llonch ft; lasasa t.
Btruck oal Hoack 4; tiauaa B. t7tk
plies. oUaghlla and Hllilebrnnd.
Becond gains : R H. B.
1'hlladelphla 013 001 000 4 S t
Detroit ...DM Mai lox 5 7 V
Batteries: J. Busk Bender aad
Bchaag: wiileti. t.ake and Btansgs. t
Bammary : Two-hasa blia Raksr
(lalner Tkree-beee kits. Murphy Old-
ring. VII t. i "11. Baa mi halla. J Bush
4: 'Vlllett 3 Htrnek nut J. Busk 4:
Bander. 3l Wltlett. 3. t'mplraa llll.le-
hrand and Ulnughlln.
ttaadlagr ofJW CI aba.
Won. Lost Pet.
Hnuaton M 17 It
Dsllaa . S3 13 f.7
an Antonio 41 47 .ft07
Waco It 7 .107
Austin . 4 47 .434
Ualvsson 44 tt 4t
rort Worth . . 41 II .417
Beaumont . 17 14 .437
Where Thar Play Today.
Houston at Beaumont
'Hlveaton at Men Antonio.
Dsllaa at Waco
rort Worth at Austin.
Kg The Aaeselsfed Preas
I la I las Texas) July 11. Todny's ra-
siiltg la tha Texas league follow:
Austin S Fort Worth I.
At Austin R. H. B.
Austin I 1 1
Fort Worth 1 t 2
Butteries: Laawta and Halgh; Mc-
Catferty and Kitchens.
Beaumont I Houston S.
At Beaumont R. H. K
Beaumont 1 1
Houston t t t
Battertas: Chappalle and Reynolds;
Ware and AUan.
Han Antonio ft Kalveeion 17.
A: San Antonio- R. H. BJ.
San Antonio '. . . S 10 t
in lv onion 17 II I
Batteries: Huntress Qoodwln and
Umon; Moore Htett and Jordan.
Waco a Dallas 0
Waco t 4 1
Dallas 0 S 1
Batteries: Joat and Hellly; Ponder
WESTERN I l M . i I v
Mlaadlog af tha Claha.
Won. loOst. Pet
Dsnyer f 15 37 .171
Dee Moines 41 II .141
Lincoln . . it 3 .III
Omsha 44 33 .110
8t. Joseph 43 40 III
Wlohtta 34 41 tl".
Topeka . . II 47 .413.
810DX City II 48 .403
Where They Play Teaay.
St. Joseph at Denver.
Omaha at Topeka.
Bloux City at Wichita.
Dea Moines at Lincoln.
it. Joe Hi Wichita 8.
fl ; The Aesostsfcf Prete.
Wichita. Kan.. July II Both 3'lch-
Ita pitchers were hit hard and were
given mlaerattle support St. Joseph
The halting of .willing ani Hugh 's
featured The game waa called In IBS
eighth to allow Mt. Joseph to catch a
Hcore H UK.
St. Joaeph 141 001 It 13 17 0
tti.h i to . 000 001 01 3 II
McConnaughey aad Kutter; Perrju
Puclk and Carter.
Two base hit Puclk Zwllllng f);
Rgpp. Koerner Struck out Perry I;
McConnaughey 4; Fuclk 3. Base on
balls McConnaughey 1: Perry 1; Fuclk
Topeka 4-SB I Dee Maine g-3
tt Thr X seeclatf d Preta
Topeka Kan.. July II Topeka and
Dea Moines broke even the visitors
winning the first game I to 4 the sec-
ond game developed Into a farce and
was railed after four and one-half In-
nings on account of "weariness" of the
locals with the score It to I.
Boers first game:
Score R It. B.
Topeka . . 110 001 ltl 4 I t
Des Moines . 001 til 301 11
Correham. Kulleiton and McAllrater;
Latkoff aad Andreas.
Home runs Parsythe. Andreas.
Three base hlta Hahn. Jones Two-
base httaMrLarry I: McAlleater An-
dreas Hahn (Ii. Bass on halla Coc-
reham t. Pullarton 1: Ijikoff 4 .struck
out - Cnchrohaaa I; Pullerinn 3; Lakaff
I'mplre Aaderson I
doors R. If. R.
Topeka . nit Tlx It tl 1
Des Moines tOI It 1 t t
Reynolds. Smith and McAlleater;
Sweet. lab' M and Shaw
Home ion. Lets French Reynolds.
Two-base hlta McLarry d); Pries
Three-haae hit Clear Btiae on belle
Reynolda I. Smith I: Sweet I: lehell
1. Struck out- Reynolds 1. Smith 1.
l.larala a-Ti Oasaka -S
H. The A laacia ted Pi raa
Uacoln Nab.. July II Omaha woa
both gainaa of today's double header.
Ihe firat by II lo f Ihe aecund by I to
7 Omaha hunchad hlta oa all Ihe
pitchers Liucoln could esu4 to the
an. nnd The second game waa lse
et the aad of the fifth tuning to el
tow the vlatlora to catch a train
Basra it 11 K
Unoesa ttl eo 2 is lit a
J i. i.e. ii Naff Imulu gtolf. 1'owllag
l Leyd l Mc.-viu.ioh Blruoh eat 1
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pBCJSrl eXMts4CrO Vkews A5 aaaaaljHa V .
By Th American Press Afsogtsttos
Washington The pitching sensation
of the aesaon la Joe Boebllng of the lo-
cal team. This young left bander has
shown that lie is one of the heat pitchers
thai have broken Into the big lenguea In
some time. Right now he la leading all
Ihe ti. irlera In the Junior baseball or-
ganisation in games won with nlns
elrsight to his credH. Boebllug Is the
only southpaw with the team. Ha bad
always been wild and wss not con-
Khman I: Dessau I: Robinson 7. Baas
on halla Roblnaon 3.
Umpires Segrlst snd Colliflowar.
s. i on i game: a
Lincoln 101 10 7 7 I
Omaha ...100 01 I t 1
Kliman. Tin-key. Knapp and Cole Ba-
ker; Applegate "alavehlch and Thoma-
Home run Peploakl Johnson. Three-
base hit Kane. Doable play Kane
(unassisted.) Struck out Tuckey 1;
Applegate 5; Olavrnlrh 1; Khman 1.
Baae on halls Tuckey 1: Applegata l
empires C'otllflower and Segrlat.
Blaax City B-l Heaver 1(14.
Denver Col. July II. Denver and
Sioux city divided a double header to-
day the latter won the first game t to
4 and Deliver won the last 10 to t.
Denver could not overcome Hloux
CIty'a lead In the first; but hit the bsll
in the second. The batting of aitmore
featured for Denver and Craig's stick
work for Sioux City In ths second
Score R. H it.
Sioux City 401 000 100 I It 1
Denver . . .....000 310 000 4 10 1
White and Vann: Wolfgang and
Two ban hits Coney Block Three-
haae hits Cassldy Block. Home rod
Smith. Struck out Wolfgang 7;
White I. Base on balls Wolfgang 1;
I mine O'Toole.
Sioux City . 010 Olt 000 t 11 t
Denver 100 140 lOx It 10 t
Young and Vann King and Block.
Two-hasa hlta Cooney. Butcher (Ill-
more. Three-base hlta Channell
Struck out King 4; Young I. Baae on
balls King I; Young I. Doubla plays
Hun-her to Coffey to Fisher. King to
Coffey to Fisher
i in pi i . O'Tools.
NATIONAL I l- M.l l
Won Loat. Pet
New York 11 tt lit
Philadelphia 41 It ltl
Chicago . . 41 17 III
Pittsburg It 17 111
Brooklyn ...II tt 471
Hoaloji . . II tt III
BI Louie J It It lit
i;io. in nut A . II It .III
V her. They flay Twdar.
IMttsburg at Boaloa.
Claclnaatt at New York.
CbUaao t Uroukl.n
St Louis at Philadelphia.
mi mi i N UMMM LATION.
ttaaalaa el the ( lab.
Won. Loat. Pet
Mllwauhee It It .1(1
Cejuasbief M W .ltl
I...UIsll'e ft tt .lit
Minneapolis ft tt lit
Kanaa. CHy ft f lt
Si Paul It t Iff
To'edo tt .ft
Indtauapolla It it 37s
I NIOh txislH I t I ION.
I: Butte. 3 ( ma
Ogdea t; Bat la. A
Lake It; Mis
reaia aad eaarbetY
Or BOI TBTAW ton ttOBStURO TBI
aldered much more then sn experimental
twlrlar until a month ago. However
Jack Ryan tha old time backstop and
Nick Alt ruck once a ajar southpaw slab-
ber for the White Sox continued to
work with Boehllng Manager OrlfBtt
Insisting that the youngster from the
Virginia capital bad the stuff Suddenly
he ahowed It. In that blistering- best of
Cleveland recently the smiling sllnger
baffled the heavy hitting Nuplandsrs
through seven Inulnga losing control and
strength in the beat after tbe team waa
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Staadlag of the lube.
Won. Lost. Pot.
Portland II 41 .141
Sacramento . . ' 41 44 .117
Los Angelea It 41 .130
Oakland 41 50 .494
San Pranclaco 30 SI .4lt
Venice It S4 413
Where They Play Today.
No games scheduled.
Portland t-l Vealce S-a.
At Pnrtlaud : R H. E.
Venice 0 S t
Tort land 3 4 0
Batteries Klepprr Hill and Hogan:
West and Berry.
Second game: 11 II K
Venice 10 1
Portland 0 8 T
naileries: Koeatnsr' snd Rlllott:
Jauies and Klaber.
Oakland. 1-3 s Lea Aagelee 0-1.
At I.oa Angeles: It II. K.
Oakland 1 5 1
Los Angeles .0 S 0
Batteries; Ablas snd Rohrer; Ryan
Tosar and Boles.
Second gsme- R. H. K.!
Oakland 3 0 1
Batteries: Malsrkey aad
Crabbe and Boles
Sacramento 3-1 1 Ban Praavlaea t-L
At Ban Pranclaco: B. H. R.
Bacranteplo 7 13 t
Ban Franclaco t 4 S
Batteries: KInsella and Cheek: Pan-
ning. MK'orry sad. Schmidt
Afternoon game: H II I
Ht.cramento I is 1
San Frar.'laeo 1 II 1
Ratterlee: Klawltter aad Bllea; Men-
ley sad Clarke.
SOITIIKIIN I I U.I K
gtaaglas at th i labs
Won leal Pel
Montgomery It 37 171
Mobile tl 44 343
Chattanooga 41 tt It
Atlanta 41 II III
Birmingham .It ft lit
Naahvllle It 47 All
Memphis . . 11 tt .411
Mew Orleana M II tt7
At Nashville: KashvlUs. 4; Mebtls. I
At Memphis: :... 3-8; Xaav Or
I Two gamae ached u led I
TKIC I KII MAT IMTI
Jeaes Held Hla Oawetuaeai. la Paaa Hit
aad Faa west Paaar.
Th T P. Baseball nine was vie
lorlous over the Octavtas yesterday
mornlag la Ihe same played on the
Pouadry grounde The final score waa
7 lo I J- lies pitched the T. P players
te victory whlla Attler anal Becker
worked la Ihe pitching department for
th Octavlaa Joaea held hla oppo-
nent to four hlta. while the Texas dc
Pacific in. ii made right safe hits. One
of the hits w asada off Sacher aad
ths ether as ware made from Alt
ler'e delivery Becker Struck out
in. n rallroadaaeti su.li Jae mads
fuair of th Oetaviaa faa out.
The scare B It. K
Texas I - Hi. T I I
Oetaviaa t 4 I
Halls i lea T P. Jou.a aad Jtvnsby
Ovlaviaa AtUal. Bwahai astd ktaaaaV
leading by a wide margin. He ahowed
his nerve by coming back at tha Napa
s week or so lstar nnd giving them five
hlta winning 0 to 3 in bandy fashion.
When a green pitcher can lose control
fill tbe buses and then force Larry La-
Jole to hit at a bad one shooting a high
fly and closing the frame without a run
why that kid baa something. Boehllng
did thla. With Johnson 'aahlon. Groom
and Boehllng going well Mansgar Grif-
fith believes his team will make a grand
stand flulah In tbe American leegue race.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACES
Followers of Light Harries Racing;
t.athcr This Week at Bru riot's
Itdaiid for Their Continuation
By The Attociated Pre.
Pittsburgh Pa.. July 18. Ths follow-
ere of light harness rsclng will gather
tbls week at Brcnot'a Island for the con.
HuuaOon of tbe gruud circuit races. Tbe
contest will begin tomorrow snd con-
tinue through five days A majority of
tbe heat trottera aud pacsrs la training
are entered for Ihe various atske events.
Tbe contestants of former years Ed
(iiera. Walter Cog Tommy Murphy Lon
Ml Ikiaght ne here with their etrlnga
and each has a speeder that la being
erataVgad by the boraemeo. A. 8. Rodney
another veteran wss Injured yeatar-ley
while working out Delrey 3:184. and
for a time It waa feared he would ha
enable to drive for aaveral days.
Tomorrow tha card la for tbe 3:14
trotting. .In thia Loir McDonald's Baroa
Todd Walter Coxa four-year-old Jud-
sou Girl lorslly owned hora : i d Gaor'a
ii. hi a Carey end Tommy Murphy's
Muudy C. srs espscted to show the fast
The feature race of I be day ho ever
la the Iron City 3:Ufi class psctng for s
tauaj stske la which ths circuit's bast
side wbelra are tuierad.
Tuesday one of ibe blggaai atakaa of
tbe week will be th Fort Pitt fSOOU for
Tbe Pennsylvania 83000 3:10 trolling
will Ii run Wdudy. while ths asm
dsy ths Keystone tauou for three-year-old
trottera Is on ths curd. The profes-
sional drivers' stake. 3: IS trot. Is ths
flrat rees Tbursdsy whtby th Duqucta
J or else trotting another Csst class
will be ras Taasdty.
I' Uiltt Ji WON VIITX)HY
Plta-luil (lie Han Ifrnacioa Into a Score)
af 8 lo 7.
Pitcher Podrejon of the San Igna-
clo team pltchad hla laaovmatsa to
victory over tha Browns yesterday hy
a score of t to 7 at tha Lamp's base-
ball field on Tornillo street Th Ban
Ignaclu loam Is compoaed of Meal
can piayere and tha browns Is a negro
team. Roaa pltchad for tha Browns
and was touched for twelve hlta by
the Magluatati Pwdrajon allowed
Ths score: R. h E.
San lgnaclo g t
Brown 7 g 8
Battarlea: Ban IgnarU Pdijou
and Yaneu; Browns Hoaa aad Wat-
ktaa. ItVHbKLL DtCFKATS LOKK
Ku.kfat Now Yorker Through itva
Hopoi to Kiev rath Hound
B The Aeeacisled Prse
New Orleans. La. July 1 3 Frank
la Kuggoll ot New orieaoe knocked
Johnny Lore of Naw York through
tha lopes in the eleventh round of
their achadutod tw.oty round fight at
hlcDonnoughvlUa ihte afiarnooa and
Lora waa coasttasi out before he could
gat back Into tha ring
Kuaee.ll officially waa credited with
Lot Saul Ruaaoll Ala light weights.
MO LEACSTJCS AIX NEKD x h m .-
BR ST.AB ARTIaVTS
Owl Looking for
Material ami live Draft fkMann
Will Savon Be Hesse.
BY T. H. BCHNKIDAU.
Tha annual dip Into Ihe baaeball grab
bag Ig but thirty days a"war Right
at tha present time every one of the
sixteen teams In the two major lea-
gue have scouts and representatives
to rlnx Ihe country siring up every
likely looking prospect be he shining
In tha Tide Water league or making
baseball hlatory among the aear ma-
jor loacuera In the International lea-
gue or Arrr'-nn association
Thr has been keen competition In
the paat between Ihe big league duhs
Whan a star In the minor has shown
with brilliancy especially If he hap-
pened to he a pitcher but never before
has the competition beep as keen as
It Is this season and when the sales
and pur.haaea are all In a new re-
cord for baaeball will have been eatab-
llshed. With Father Time the one umpire
from whom there le no appeal demand-
ing hla toll this season from among the
ranhs of the pltchera the aearch for
premising mound material has sent the
scouts to eery point of the compass
gnd th future stars hsve been eought
from the lot srotrfld the corner aa well
as from among the ranke of organised
Whils a great majority of the six-
teen big league clubs are In need of
Infield and outfield material the great
cry has gone forth for pitchers. Even
the New York Giants with four such
stars as Matheweon. Marquard Tea
reau and Demaree on Its payroll and
all four going well wants one of- two
mors youngster of promise for the fu-
ture. Clabs Need Twlrler.
The Oiantt howeer is the only club
among the entire sixteen that does not
need one or two pitchers snd need
them badly right at the present time.
Connie Mack with his wonderful club
of Athletics out In front by a big mar-
gin st present Is on the lookout for
two pitchers to work as rearulare along-
side of Bender and Plank.
Clark Griffith has a wonderful young
club at Washington his Infield being
one of the most promising in either
league considering Its youth outside
of MoBrlde who Is a veteran. Hit out-
field Is above par and his catching
ataff Is the bast in either league bnt
oh! for two more pitchers to help out
Johnson and Boehllng! Griff realises
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BOB. BENTA UK
the fact that a eonpl more pitchers
that caa win a fair share of their
games will make hi team a etroog
pennant contender for years ta cam
Dode Birmingham la la the earn fix
at Cleveland Uke Griffith he oould
ua another heavy hitting outfielder
but hla out field as It la made up at
present is a strong nil He haa a
fine infield aad hla catching ataff la
all right hut h realises that crying
need for pttchsra. Another star Ilk
Venn Gregg would put him right np In
tha running strong enough to oops With
any elab In either league.
Jimmy Callahan haa a great bunch
of youngster at Chicago a team that
Is hound to make Itneir felt In th next
two year but here again the same
thing confroata him War Bd Walah.
hin.aeif hi task would ha far eaaler
but aa It Is h la In th hunt for a
coapl of pltchera to help out Scott
Rusgell and Ctootte.
Hugh Jennlnge at Detroit needs an
entire new staff with the poealble ex-
ception of Jean Duhuc and evea the
Frenchman haa not shown very raach
this season. The Tigers outside of the
box have a good array of tatant blit
their preeent pitching staff is ths
weakest that haa ever attempted to
oarry a club through a major league
Charlie Dooln at tha rt of this
aeaeon thought he had hla pitching
problem solved with no less than six
moundmen going well Right at the
present time he la talking seriously of
tying ths can to all of thsm but Beaton
and Alexander. George Stalling at
Boston and Jahe Stahl on the American
league club at the same city both naad
a couple of winning twlrlera Stahl to
help out Wood Bedlent and Collins and
Htallluga to round out a five with Pur-
due Tyler and James.
Fred Clarke at Pittsburg has a large
array and If they are all living up to
their reputations his worries would
amount to little as ragarde hie pitch-
ing staff. . At the stsrt of the pressnt
aaaaon the Pirate bunch of mounds
men were lookod upon a the best in
the country but It is thla same so-called
all-star bunch that kept the club down
In the second dt vision for ths first two
months of the race.
There will be keen competition for
inflelders and outfielders for some
clubs could use the services of both
to good advantage but it la the fight
for the pitching talent that will prqve
ao keen and vhhlch ha caused the six-
teen clubs to spend more for traveling
expenses for scouts than has ever been
paid out In one season since the start
of the grand old game.
THE MORNING TIM KB Baa jest In-
stalled a Private F.xchane and thee
wishing to telephone. Instead of call-
ing for teh eld number please ea.l for
number MS ar Mtl aad teTI tbe opera-
tor which Deaartaaent yea wlah aad
connection will ba made. I rum f p.
ta t a aa. the foBevaiag deportments
will snswrr direct! ROM Kdltortal i sell.
Advrrtlalng and Circulation
Rio Grande Painting tl Trimming Co.
. Stht S. riareeusa St.
GtTS BAKOFSK Y. Proprietor.
SS.a Per Hear. hew la war
aw lesratl appeal!. Heir I
HACK A AUTO STAND
ISA San frail! eca BL
Richardson Motor Car Co. b
Baa Aatoal St.
Slav: 11 NOW
Next to Qeaa Saloon.
BtST BEA1.H IN rm i
Serve Chlaea Dlab aa Ordered i
Order. All Hours liar or Mfkl
Tgfl POV reaprlelar.
T38 Nirejiat aud Beat Resuauraal
Club House Cafe
Frank Por and Boh (Jang. Prorat.
108 S. EL PASO ST.
DWTWLKHh FOMT WONTS
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, July 14, 1913, newspaper, July 14, 1913; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth196410/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.