El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 4 of 12
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!L PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUOU8T 1111.
The Sweetest Sounds Generally Come After You Faced the Music
TIE FOR FIRST
ivrw defeat tATM nnx from
sup and niMiMi'. M-
VIDKD i i M
HURLEY WINS IN ELEVENTH
Errors) Rnln Kl Pseo' (Tun to nag
A ru.-lal Series
Ol'I'l It II .l I
Santa Rita II
silver City 11
Where TIn-i ITay Today.
No ki ii u scheduled today.
After limn Innings of exciting bee-
ball during whlrh tlm th fan wre
thrllld by the many sensational play
pullad off by both tama Hurly man-
aged to quee orr th winning run
with two singles and an error from
th tlm hla nlha th umplr announced
th hettcrl until th last White flog
ti nut th game waa exciting.
Thm Just aa th army of fana atarted
ending; tblr way through th gloom
to thrlr homa thinking the defeat had
forrd th Whit Hot out of the run-
nlng aa prmnt contend the reault
Qf the flanta Ulta-Bllvr City game waa
flashed ovar the wlr. Th glad tld-
Inga that th rtinnra-up bad made It
two tralght leaving the Saints and th
Whit Sox et 111 tied for flret plar.
brought renwil vision of a pennant
(0 the local fan.
The flag will be determined by the
coming aerlea brtwen th two teama.
tntereat In the leajru rare le naturally
Incrraaed greatly by the tl. Th gam
yetrday waa played before th largeat
throng that ever entered Washington
Park to attend a baa be II game.
Coatly errore were reeponailila for
the defeat enffered by the White Hog.
Had It not been for two boot made by
Schults and two peeeed balls by Ward
the White Box wonld today be leading
th leagu Instead of again being tied
with Santa Hlta. With the game on
lc and whni It looked Ilka there waa
ho chance for th vlaltnre to tl the
erore. Davlg elngled and want to gag.
ond when Schulta muffed an eaay throw
from Nellie to catch the runner off the
bag.' He waa aacriflced to third and
scored when Ward nllowed an easy ball
to get through him.
The winning run came. In the eleventh
on two alnglce and a miserable boot by
Clark who allowed a single to get by
for a double.
Nellla twlrlrd great ball for the While
Box end deserved to win. For ten In-
nlnga he allowed only five hlta and not
any two were bunched In the alngle
Inning. In th eleventh he let down
allowing two singles it waa a pitcher's
battle In whlrh the loral heaver won
the laurels. Steger pitched good ball
allowing only eight hits but thry were
The gam wag played under a protest
by the vlaltlng club who disputed a de-
cliinn In the tenth Inning. Clark had
elngled and stolen second McOeever
flaw nut to center field. Hoblnaon
knocked a (Irlder'a choice to Jackson
and Clark started rnr third on the play.
He then atarted back for second and
Jackaon threw to Smith. Clark then
started running bnrkwarri and forward
between tha baaea. In the meantime.
While the player were running Clark
down Robinson landed on aecond and
waa touched by Smith who then threw
the ball to Jackson who tagged Clark.
Bath men were declared out.
i. am.- by laatacs.
Flret Inning Clark grounded out.
MeQcever fanned. Robloaon'e long fly
was smothered by Klefer.
Oowan grounded out. Klefer flew out
to Boblnsun. Smith walked but waa
nebbed trying to pilfer.
Second Inning Moore singled. Msck
aacriflced him to aecond Davis aac-rlfl-.d
th ruimei to third. Ileus
Man grounded out.
rt. hults flew out to left field Ourts
gr" cled and Jackaon fanned.
Third liming. -I'miici..!! fanned but
Ward dropped the ball. H recovered
sMid threw the runner uut at first Sie-
ger lire- a. d and Ulark grounded uut
The gux assumed the lead In their
hair of the third Inning. Harker sin-
gle. I Ward dropped a high one to
Clark Nellla rolled one down In front
ARE YOU HEADED FOR
THE SCRAP HEAP?
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yfAlOliAn Mf ED Kf ' ok woman.
tW USTt cuato
Has of nrect
rs and thai
easaWltalloes are free sud gbeolatel .
of the plate but Patterson Pgrd wild
to first the ball getag ever Rnbineons
head. Harker taking; third on th play
and scored on a passed ball. Onwan
elngled Ha pilfered second bat tha
two. base runners died when Ktfr
grounded out and Smith lifted a short
fly to MrUeever
Poarth Inning--Mlvr walked
atole second and went to third on a
passed ball. The next three batten
wr easy outs.
Schults grounded out Ourts waa
safe on Mctleever's bad sea to first
Jaohson flaw out and Barker grounded
Fifth Inning n hit and an error
gave Hurley a run In their half. Davis
doubled Rauaeman wee aafe whea
Hrhnltt dropped the throw !avla tak-
ing third. He aoofed on Patterson's
sacrifice. Steger and Clark llftrd an
Only four flog faced atager In th
Sixth Inning McOeever flew out In
third. Robinson walked II stol aec-
ond. Moore knocked a liner to Jackaon
and caught Rlblnaon off aecond base
tossing the bsll to Ourts who nabbed
the runner. Moore landed on aecond on
tha play. Mark: doubled scoring the
runner. Davie walked and llaueeman
was given his boa. With the bags
filled Patterson lifted a long fly to
Kl Paso again assumed the lead In
her half of the Inning. Smith walked
rVhultg sacrificed. Ourts lifted a fly
tn lrt field Jackaon singled scoring
Smith. Barksr was aafe on Mack's
second boot of th same and he waa
yanked nut and replaced at third by
Armstrong an Kl Paao boy who han-
dld himself cleverly. Ward grounded
Seventh Inning The first three vial
tors to face Nellla were eaay out.
The first two battera to face Steger
did the same stunt. Klefer alngled.
but was caught trying to steal:
Klghth Inning Only three batters
fared Nellla In the eighth Inning.
Smith flrat up. fanned. Schults
walked. CJurtx singled. Bchulti taking
third. Qurtx pilfered Jackson and
Barker both ffew out.
Vleltora lie It I p.
Ninth Inning With the game on le
Kl Paao allowed the visitors to tie It
In the ninth. Davis singled. He went
to second whan Schults muffed Nellla' I
throw to catch the runner off the bag.
He was advanced to third on a passed
ball and scored on Bauseman'a sacri-
fice. Patterson grounded out and
Stegar lifted an Infield fly.
Ward fannd. Nrllls lifted a high
fly to the left of center field. Clark
and Moore did the Alphonao and Oas-
ton act and allowed the nail to drop
between them It bouncing off Clark'a
arm. Nellla waa on third credited
with a double before the ball waa re-
covered. Oowan and Klefer flew out.
Tenth inning Clark alngled stol
second. McOeever flew out to center
field. Robinson knocked tke ball to
Jackaon and Clark started for third.
Jackson penned the runner tossing th
pill to Hmlth. While the two players
were running Clark down iti.i...n
landed on aecond and waa touched by
Smith who then toaaed the pill to
Jackson who nabbed Clark. Both men
ware declared out by the umpire. The
game was resumed under protest from
Captain McOeever of the vlsltora.
Smith flew out to Hteger. Schults
singled. Hurts new out to the In-
field. Jackson singled and tol aec-
ond. Darker flew out.
Eleventh Inning Moure grounded out.
Armstrong fanned. Davis singled.
Bauseman singled and th ball went
through Oowan Davla scoring what
proved to be the winning run. Bause-
man was caught trying tu steal third.
Kenon batting far Ward fouled oat
Outlerres walked. Oowan and Klefer
Some lightning calculation
Kl I i
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5 1 I I
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41 I 1 II II
tt. R. H. O. A
4 0 0 1 4
4 0 0 II 1
.10 10 0
.10 0 10
4 1 o
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4 0 0 1 1
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meter rr . .
Smith a . ..
Schulti. lb . .
Ourts lb .
Barker If . .
Ward o . ...
Kenan . ...
Nellla. p . .
Totala. . . .
Robinson lb .
Moor. If . .
Mock lb . ...
Davis lb . .
Patterson c .
Steger p . . .
Sear Br laelesje.
Kl Paso run m a
sol Ml 111 10 I
Hurley runs 000 Oil vol 014
"' Ill Oil 001 llI
Two-baa alls Nellla. Mack Davla
Sacrifice hlta- -Schults. Nellie. Mack.
Btolen baeea Oowan Ourts. Jackaon
Clark. McOeever. Mubinaon Mark Davla
til Uauaemaa Struck out- -by Nellla
I by Steger 4 Baa on balla by Nelll
4. by Steger 4 tutted for Ward In the
lltli Halted for Nellla In the llth.
Passed balla by Ward I. by Patterson
1 Time of game . iu
i ii i'ii- . Erketone an i Van Hurdam.
HHOOKM.i IM INNATL
ITeeldeiu l.j m il nays Protected t.uuic
-i 1. 1 i.l- aa Play.xl
" re i .... . i .i Preee
Nw York. Aug. I. President
Lynch of Hie National league In a da- I
del-hi announced today held that th
rasult of th protested tirooklyn-t'ln-
Innatl game uf July 11. ahl.-h t in- I
clnnatl won. t to 1 aland aa played.
The Brooklyn club protected because
a by i ii 1 1
oa a wild pitch. u which uilaplay
Moran had advanced freia first to
third The evidence TlSHped efcnwad I
that on the first da .f fhe Brooklyn
Cliulnuatl Mrt.s Manager lathi bad I
ma a a a ground rule allowing but
has oa pitched 111 thai hit
grandstand As both - lugs agree
thke rule. Prealdaut I . .. i. i u
the protest uf th Brooklyn club
I il W
g as- I I p. s.-4gai
HI HP. RKTON. CINCINNATI PITl
' 'tm Innatl. Aug. 1. Hubo Benton nearly fanned out In Us game of
life when he ran headlonf into u Ir iley car while riding hi in dot cycle
here. It was thought at flrat thnt h I Injuries would prove fatal. Rub
if. one of the Keds' bent pitchers He hud been warned to be careful
while riding hla motor and In conec-i uenca President Herrmann of the Cin-
cinnati club I reported to have saltl that Kube would be off the payioll
while he wan laid up and that the club would not pay th hospital hill
ftuhu'a'loas will be felt by the tedi .
QUAKERS WIN AGAIN
OOm hi.ai .hti:hi:d the i imi-
l.l IMHil.l Its. It TU 5
I (ell I of cal the Braves Ulaiits
Wore. Not pk-lieduhtl No t.uiiiia
Continuing their winning streak
Philadelphia won from the Cardinal
yeaterday by a score of ft to I. The
Cub defeated tho Trolley Dodger in
a slug fest by th score of 12 to 5.
The Had stopped their alump by de-
feating the Braves. The Ulanta and
Pittsburg were not scheduled. Neither
were there any games scheduled tn
tho American league.
NATIONAL I I i.l I
Standing of the I tuba.
Won. Lust. Pet
New York T 1 .
Philadelphia .1 ST 1ft 410
Chicago . . . J 11 47 .510
Plttaburg 4 44 .(1
Brooklyn . . J 41 10 .4ST
Boston . . .. 41 il .411
cin.li.natl II II .11
St. I. .Ik II 1 .144
Where Tbey Play Taday.
Boston nt Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. I -
' New Yerk at Pittsburg
1-klladelpbta II HI. Leula .
gg far asss4gd fyas
Ht. I.oiiIk. Mii Auk I I'hlludelphla
biiiu-h.! Ults for nuugli ruu In tbe
flret Hire Innings to win from St. Louis
this 'f -ii. Toe score was a to 1.
Paskert's triple and u single by Kushe
started the scoring for the the Usltors
lu tin- flrat Successive singles by In. I
su Kllllfer and Ureuuan cuiiuted on
more iu the secoud. tattler' muff uf
Magec's pup tall last tti I buseuiaa.
Msgee i-iired when l.uderus siugleii. Sal-
lee was relieved by tiejer who pitched
fair bsll for six sud twu-tulrda iuuluga
yielding but on run. St LoiiIh t.illied
it first ruus in tbe sev-uud on i alhgg'
iii. i. alowrey's double ond a clngle by
tl'Leary In the fourth Koaett'kj gag
saf oa Kuabe s error II stole aecud
mi I went to I bird when lioolan. sagered
at a decision threw th ball away II
scored on Wingo' out
I h- ki ..re II II K
Pliilsdeli'lila II! W rsil IS 'J
si I is iKK) Ma) oaa- 3 l
Balterla. Hni.i aud Kllllfer Sal-
lee. Uo r sud M Lag
Suuiuisry : Two baaa kite Mowray
Y hilled Uaelas Three base hits l a-
ther. I'aakart. Itouhl plsys.
Wi.uird in Konrtehy; kouetrby tu
ll l.ssry Base oh ball- off Rslh-c I.
off trr 1. off Bretiuau 1 Struck int.
by Brehuan 3 Sallee 1 I Klrni
Ihlras it; Hrweklya
i v Th a mo -ia fed Prcas
Nt. i. Hel S. hull- gnd Wll
by risbvr. Needhaai. Wea-
iaw ud dvablea by Leack
rted after PUeear Hag a a
ig laalag sad forced the
1-Mveaser wee oa the esuaad for Chi-
cago sad he too we hit hard The
seer: M H
euBiiuaxj I Two bee sat
HKR VICTIM Or AM AtXTDFNT.
and Lench. Three base hits. Fisher
Needhata Stengel Ciitshaw. Home run.
Leu h. Stengel Schuite. Williams. Base
on balls oft Lavender 3 off Wagner 1.
struck uut by Lavender 0 hy Ragun 2
by Wagner 1 Umpire Brenuau aud
Rosten S: rtarlaaatl a
Hll Thr utuciatf4 J'rr
tnnrmnatl Aug. t Claetnnatl by
bundling hit esslly won tbe first gam
.f tlie series from Boston todsy 8 to
6. It was an even battle up to tbe seventh
ii In ii lilcksou weakened and Cincinnati
butted out a victory in th seventh aud
rtghtl Innings. Boston also mad
rally in these two Inning but was able
to score pnly two runs. Packard was
wild. Khlng fire has oa balls but only
one uf these yleldpd a run. Kllng De-voi-e
and tlroh carried eff- tbe hatting
honors. The ror I R. II. K.
-ti'U IsJl 101 Oil -S 1
Claetaggttl i wi tix -s ll l
Itsitsrles: Dickson and Rurtden :
Pu. kiird and Kllag.
Miiiuoiary: Two bus hits. Whlv.
Mi i. Three bus hlta Sweeney Uroh.
Kllug lloiii rua. Iievore. Bases on
balls off lilekson '.'. off Packard 5.
Struck ont. Dirk son .S. Packard 4. I'ni-
plres. Rlgler snd Byron.
Itaaalag at th ctabw.
Woe. Loot. Pe;
Denver IT II .Ml
Ins Molnea II 44 511
Lincoln 14 g u
St. Joseph 11 t .411
Topeka ..4t .441
Hiutix City 44 tl .411
Wichita 41 14 .41
Where tax) nay Taday.
Wichita it Dts Mollis.
nh at Tooeka.
Lincoln at Omaha.
Denver at Sloug City.
D.- MotBXM It); Wtriilta 4.
Ht rg Vasx)esBl Pes4
Des Moines. Is.. Aug. I. A rally In
tha aixth Inning gave the locals seven
runs cinching the second game of the
Wichita aerte after It was apparently
loot. Paul Muaerr won his fifth
etralght game since joining th Des
eawre: R. H. E.
Des M. in 000 007 llg 10 I 2
Wichita 04 00 000 4 4 1
Batterlea Muaerr and Bhaw; Rea-
gan. Perry and Castle.
Hummar) Two base hits: Middle-
ti n. liahn. Double plays: Burke lo
iii.i Ibis on 1 alls off Muearr
lleaaan 4. Prrr i. Struck out:
b Muaaer 10; KeagaB li Perry 1.
4-131; l iot-oln I -10.
i Tkr 1 - . . 1 1 fres
timaha. Neb.. Aug. I. Charley
Habb former maitag.tr of tha Wichita
club took the managership of (he
Omaha learn today and the locale
t.ok both game of a double header
from tha Lincoln team. Th erore of
the first game waa 4 to 1 and the
second It lo 10
core: R. H. at.
"maha 011 01 Olx 4 1 1
UaealM . 00 ! uou 1 I I
Btlerlee Hoblnaou aad Johnson.
Smith and Hak.r
Summary Two baa hlta Johnson
l Barbour Three base hits Con.
Paltoa Double playa Juatlc to Kane.
Struck out by Koblaaoa 4; Smith .
Base on haltaf off Itobhaaon ft. Smith
I. Umpire colliflower.
aVr. R. H. U.
' uiaha 114 II 20g- Ift 11 2
Ltooola 04 12 1
Batteries Btevena. Hteka i'loatnaa
and Johnson. Clause. Bhsnaa and
SuftBsgary Two baaa bits Conge I
ton t. JuatUr. Col 1 Three baa
hit; Johuaon. ('oiks. Cole. Lloyd
Doubts piay. Orua le Jekaaoa te
Kane; Kane to Juatlrw; Cotllng to
Carney Struck out: by Hloka 1;
Khman I. Baa on ball: off Steven.
Hicks l;'Closman 1: Chman I. Dm
pre: ciiin r
TrmssJut 14 j St. Vg fV
ahy Pee Asssesaleg Peees
Topeka. Kan . Aug 1 - Topeka and
SI Joaeph divided a datable header
the Kiwi taking th flret on extra
has hitting and at opportune tlgnaa
and St Joseph hitting out a victory In
the second game.
Score It 11 V
Topekg 000 010 t J f
St Joseph ... 010 It 001 S T
Ratterlee Reynold and Crlat;
Boehler and tVhang.
Summary Two base hlta: Lea
Dawenn. Oiifflth. Three baae hits:
Smith. French Home run:
Cochran. Has oa halls: off Rey-
nold (; Boehler I. Struck out: by
Reynold T; Boehler I. Umpire: Mr-
Inns. Second Oame -
Score: h n k
Topeka 011 10 00 4 T
M. Joseph 001 110 00 I 19
Batterlea Owynn Fullerton and
McAllister: Rrutcher Crutchar and
Summary Two baa hlta: Smith.
MrlArry. Three baae hits: Western.
Home run: Sterarr. Baae on ball:
off Oywna 4; Pullerton 1; Buaeher 1
Struck out: by Owynn 1; Fullertoal 1;
Buscher 1; Crutchar I. Umpire:
Mclnnee and Abbott.
Denver tl-l-V Sioux City 1-4.
Sioux city la. Aug. 1. Sioux City
and Denver divided a double headei
here today the locale taking the first
7 to and the Orlsglleg easily win-
ning the second IS to 4. Manager
Jack Hendricks and Lee Qulllen were
put of the park during the flrat gam
when they disputed a dechxlon by
Score: R- H. K.
Denver 000 002 S10 11 I
Moux cur ... i on 0017 u o
Btterie Harris and Bloch; Klein
Doyle and Rapp.
Summary Two base hits: Caggldy
1 Clarke 1. Miller Cooney. Home
runs: Clarke Channell. Double play-.:
Mmlth to Burn. Struck out: by
Klein 4; Doyle I- Baae on balla: off
Klein 2; Doyle 1; Harrle I. Umpire.
Second Oame Called on account of
darkneaa at end of eighth Inning.
Denver 200 20 02x 15 ! 1
Ploux City . . 200 100 OOx 4 10 1
Batteries Harris ana mocn; n-iein.
Young Baell. Doyle and Vann.
Summary Two base hits: Chgn-
nell. Clarke Caaaldy Cooney. Horn
susui Smith Channell. Burn. Double
lay: Davidson to Vann. Struck out:
by Young 1; Bcnreioer o.
ball: off Been uojim i.
1. Umpire: Anderaon.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won. Lot. Pet.
..42 ft2 .144
..12 ftl 117
..tl ftl .Bit
..40 12 .4(1
. tl 14 .410
Where They Ptay Tedar.
No games scheduled today.
Ban Pranoisco 1-9 OakUnd 0-4.
San Francisco Morning game:
R. H. B.
San Franclsoo 1
Batteries: Lelfleld aad Clark. Kll-
lllay and Mltae. Eleven Innings.)
e.me score: R. H. E.
I Ran Francisco
Oakland 4 1
Batterlee: Baker and Schmidt; M-
Inrkey and Mlts.
SactiMncnto - Vnik-e -t.
At 8acramnto Morning game:
R. H. E.
Venice ' j J
Sacramento 4 11 I
Batteries: Klepfer. Harkneaa and
Elliott; Lively and Bliss Cheek.
Afternoon game scor: R. H. E.
Sacramento 2 I
Batteries: Knestner and Elliott;
Klawltter and Bliss.
Portland 2-11 Los Angelee -.
At Lo Angeles Morning game:
R. H. B.
Lo Angelee 2 t 0
Batterlea: Higglnhotnam and Ber-
ry; Toaer and Byrnes Arbogast.
Afternoon game acore: R. H. E.
Portland 12 IT
Loa Angelee I It 2
Batteries: Jamea K reuse and Fish-
er crabb Jackson. Prritt and Arbo-
gast. AMKHICAN ASSOCIATION.
mm ef the luh
Ixiulsvill . .
Toledo . . .
At Toledo Toledo Columbus 1.
At LouuTvllle Loulevtlle T Indian
At Minneapolis Mtnneapolia T
At St Paul St. Paul - Kansas
e( Ibe Crab.
Woe- Leal. OVt
II ftl JIT
ftl 41 III
ft 41 tit
It 41 .tit
tt 14 4t
44 41 lift
14 41 111
Memphis . .
At Nashville- -Nash villa I Binning
At Moatgotnao -Montgomery 4
At Memphis First game; Memphis
f. New Orleana I.
soon game: Meeaphla . New Or-
I M 1 N ASsS
At Helssa Halei
At Salt lk CU-Os-sal
-Bait Lag City 1.
Last winter there were s select few
la the know" who attempted to "put
over" the horse King Radford They
had him all ready an ever I rsreaa-
lone and bad no trouble finding a
soft sp.it. but tbe animal failed
them every time. They again at-
tempted lo put blm over at the re-
cent meeting held at Coeur d'Alene
Idaho with the same results. At
Butte the other day they entered the
horse Is a race but passed him up
tht time and sent the "stuff In in
large chunks on Tight Boy backing
the latter down from elghtg to twos.
King Radford opened at tens and
drifted to forty going begging. Th
finish law King Radford In front
with the good thing In th ruck and
yet they say there are "wlae" one
connected with raeiag.
R. F. Carman the millionaire
horseman whose powerful table waa
somewhat of a joke over the river last
year haa evidently profited by the
leseon taught him then as hla stable
lead all thoee that have raced around
New Tork this summer In the num-
ber of race won. Last winter Car-
man fired three or four competent
tralnera and attempted to condition
hi own hora.-s with the resun that
with th most powerful Stable both
as regards quantity and quality his
winning were not enough to pay for
tha feed alone. Since getting back
Bast he haa engaged a competent
trainer and haa let the latter handle
tbe horses with the result that hla
thoroughbreds are winning with
great regularity. Last Thursday he
started four at Belmont and finished
flrat with three and second with the
other. Carman was asked to take hi
horse away from Juarez last winter
because of hut remarks about every
boy that rode one of hi animals the
owner blaming the boy for the non-
auooeaa of hla runners. It Is probable
that he will be back again this year
and with the lesson he learned last
winter hia ehould prove one of the
most powerful combinations stabled
Siasuttag ef the Chsba.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Houston Tl 41 .!4
Dallaa 44 tl .I4T
Waco 41 St .510
San Antonio tt II .500
Austin 5T tl .411
Galveston (1 4S - .441
Fort Worth 12 01 .444
Beaumont 4ft Tl .111
Where Tbey Play Today.
Waco at Oalveston.
Austin at Beaumont.
Fort Worth at San Antonio.
Dallaa at Houstop.
By Thr Attodctcd Prim
Dallaa Texas Aug. 2. Today' re-
sult in tha Texaa league were aa fol-
lows: Houston 1 Dallas 0.
At Houston R. H. B.
Houston 1 0
Dallas 0 4 I
Batterlea: Napier and Allen; Horna-
by. Ponder and Marshall.
San Antonio fl-1 Fort Worth 1-0.
At San Antonio R. H. E.
San Antonio 6 H 3
Fort Worth 1 7 1
Batteries: Davenport and Price;
Veaaey and Kitchen.
Second game score R. H. E.
San Antonio 3 1 0
Fort Worth 0 t 4
Batterlea: Browning and Price;
Fentres nad Kitchens.
Beaumont 0-7 Anatln 2-2.
R. H. E.
Batteries: Swan ai
Taylor and Halgh.
Second game score:
. . 0 CI
R. H. E
- 7 10 0
2 4 2
Palm and Belts; Lewi
Galvciuon 0-2 Waco ft-2.
At Galveston score: R. H. E. i
Waco 1 1 1 1
mtiirnra: neweu ana Wilson; Aah-
ton and Kellly.
Second game score: it h. E.
Oalveston $ 4 1
Waeo 1 14 1
Batterlea: Moore. Roary and Jor-
dan; Helm Hill and Craaon. Rellly.
ataadlag et the rhaea.
Won. It. Pet.
Philadelphia 11 10 .m
Cleveland II n 4
Waahlngton tl 41 .171
rhlcaso tl ti .jot
Boaten 44 tt .474
Detroit .41 10 .111
St. Loula II 14 .no
New Yerk II II .nj
Wave They Play Tedar.
No game chduld today.
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PURITIES CINCH RAG
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III I I M . I. If I I N-
Iron Man" Hrcnnan Yields Winners
I la M Hlta AM of Which
Help In tike Scoring.
AMATF.UR LKAGI C
Standing of the Claras.
Purity it 1
lire Una 11 4
Ulo Orande Bank.. It
First National Bank 4 It
Th Purities clncbed the Amateur
league pennant yesterday afternoon
when they defeated the (Dec lane by
the clone score of I to 7. "Red"
Drannan .the "Iron Man" of the
league was found by Purity batters
for a total of eight hits and each of
these were made to count for run.
Wigglnston pitched a magnificent
gam for the winners allowing but
Is hits. The victory yesterday makes
it hi twelfth straight. The score:
R- H. hi.
Purity t t 4
Grecians 7 3
Batteries: Purity Wigglnston and
Lutlch; Grecians Brennan and Butt-
son. GRAND CIRCUIT RACES.
Meeting at Kalamaxoo Will Open
Sg T h A saoct led Pre
Kalamasoo Mich. Ang. I. Th
Orand Clr.Miit race meeting which will
commence here tomorrow will carry
large purse to be distributed to the
Kalamasoo la the only city In the
United Statea this year giving a 112-
000 purae for a claaa race among trot-
ters and a 16000 purse for pacer.
The rich pursee and the first futurity
of the year are expected to make the
meeting one of unusual Interest.
Tomorrow's program Includes a
2:07-trot with eleven starters includ-
ing Cheney; a 16000 early closing
event for 2:08 pacera 2:l trot and
2:16 pace. The Horseman futurity to
he raced on Tuesday Is worth 115.-
000 of which 110.000 la for three-year-old
trotter 13.000 for two-year-old
trotters and $2000. for three-year-old
pacera. The paper mllla
purse of $12000 for 2:14 trottera will
be battled for on Wednesday.
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