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E!L PASO HERALD 'A1 2S-19ia The Herald's Sporting News
The Herald's Sporting News
A REAL MILLINERY SALE.
Many New Surprises
At This Bis
THE ladies who have not visited this store during our millin
ery sale arc missing some mighty good values and should
see the stylish, exceedingly clever and handsome tailored, trimmed
and pattern hats that have just arrived.
TT 7E have also received a large shipment of trimmin of every
description, embracing the very newest things, which are
also being sold at a discount.
rT"HIS sale will not continue many days longer and it is to
your advantage to come tomorrow and each day thereafter.
If you -have visited this sale you will find many new and inter
esting tilings each day t'hat 'have never before been shown.
This Stock Must Be Reduced
fr A Arnold Strelitz pxoa
110 Mesa Ave.
Big League Baseball
At Boston. R. H E.
Brooklyn 1 4- 2
Boston 5 6 2
Batteries: Brooklyn, Scanion and
Bergen: Boston, "White and Graham.
Umpires Rigler and Emslie.
COME EVERY DAY.
S ST IN
NEGRO FIGHTER PROVE
IN W1ATCH ST PHILA
ever, and Langf ord-Xeteh-el
Fight Is Looked Upon
Merely as a Draw.
Philadelphia. Pa., April 28. In a
rapid six. go mill, Stanley Ketchel not
only failed to knock down Sam Lang
ford, but the "white man received the
worst of it from time lo time. The Bos
ton black proved himself the better
boxer, and although the Grand Rapids
Pole took the aggressive he -was mark
edly outpointed by sheer skill. Stan
ley's shift failed to floor the negro, -who
rained continuous blo-Tvs on the "white
man's nose until the blood covered the
Michigan fighter. There was no
decision, but if one had been made it
either "would have been a draw or In
No Decision Is Given, How-iiahp0ped..the esro man, n the head.
'I 111PV rl InMl Mi and In rli hranlr Tone.
ford landed light left on wind. Lang
ford missed repeatedly. Ketchel was
forcing the fighting. He landed a left
on the wind and a right to the same
place as -the bell rang. Not a solid
blow was struck.
Round 2 Both advanced quickly to
the center. Langford tried a left for
the head. In a hot mixup Langford
sent two good lefts to wind and head.
Ketchel drove a right to head and again
to wind. Langford sent a left to head.
Each landed lefts to head and Ketchel
sent a right to wind. Another mixup
and clinch and the referee had to pull
the men apart. Ketchel landed left to
wind as the bell rang. As In round
one, Ketchel did the forcing.
Some Stiff Fij?htlnff.
Round 3 Ketchel started the third
round "with a left lead to the head, but
i rfio lJiuijreiJ- iiiiiirinrn innnn TTt-n
Accompanied oy eorge yers ana . lefts to the face, then sent Ketchel's
George Cole, the negro made his first . head back with a straight right. Both
appearance in the ring. He had come landed lefts on the wind. Langford
directly from his training camp at J gabbed .left to face, and they clinched.
Merchantville, N. J., and was in proper Ketchel sent Langford's head back
pink. Ketchel entered with Eddie . th a hard left and repeated the blow
Baum, Jimmie Kelley and Xick Muller. a second later. Langford missed a
The young American-Pole had spent eft upPercut and Ketchel drove a hard
most of the day in his room, taking an j left io the face They .ere cinchea
automobile spin in the afternoon. He . aj the bell,
was reported in good 'shape. Round 4 Up to this time Ketchel
, v fate,R.eiC.,ptr Irfc' "K'as doing ail the forcing. He did not
The Isatlonal Athletic club arena was jet the negro man get set. Ketchel
packed, gate receipts netting about ed left to the wind and thev clinched.
$20,000. A special train of six cars had Langford sent two hard lefts to the
come from New York city. First Jim- ; jair and Ketchel was more careful,
my Flynn, who came from the coast for , Ketchel drove a hard right to wind,
the occasion, appeared in the ring and Langford brought the blood from
challenged the winner. Jnst at 10:29 j Ketchel's nose with a stiff left. Lang
referee McGuigan Instructed the two ford ch0pped a hard left to the nose
men, and they took their corners. and the blood came in a stream. Ketch-
At the gong the two men advanced el sent a hard Tlsht io tbe TrInd and
slowly, standing- ready. The first blow Lan&ford uppercut a hard one to the
brought a flash of pink and black skin, chIn-. Thig Lang.ford.s round by s
and the fight was on. Stories of each so'od margin,
rqund follow: Ketchel Punished.
Bound 1-The men advanced cau- Round 5 Ketchel led with a light
tiously. Ketchel was the first to lead. left to f. nnt, th. t .,,,, ..
with a light left for the wind. Lang-
$ 2tk WBr
to the jaw. Langford again punished
At Philadelphia. R. H. E.
New York ... 3 7 4
Philadelphia .. . ... '.. '....'. 2 7 2
Batteries: New York, Mathewson and
Gleyers; Philadelphia. McQuillen and
Umpires Kleni and Kane.
At Topeka . R. H. E.
Des Moines 10 14 0
Topeka ." 31 2 2
Batteries Bierdorfer, Benz and Mc
Manus; Fugate. ,HaTris, Wright and
Lincoln 9 15 6
At Wichita R.H. E.
Lincoln 9 15 6
Wichita 10 11 1
Batteries Fox and Sullivan; Shack
leford, Shaner, Aitchison and Shaw.
At Chicago. R. H. E.
Pittsburg . ..0 7 1
Chicago .... 1 6 2j
Batteries: Pittsburg. Liefield and
Gibson; Chicago, Mclntyre and Need
ham. Umpires 0'Day and Brennan.
At New York Philadelphia-New
York game called in the fourth inning
on account of rain.
At Cleveland. R. H. E.
Chicago 2 7 1
Cleveland .... 3 6 1
Batteries: Chicago. Walsh and Payne;
Cleveland. Falkenberg and Benris.
Umpires Kerin and- Sheridan.
At St. Louis. R. H. E.
Detroit 7 7 5
St. Louis 1 7 4
Batteries: Detroit, Perholles and
Slanage; St. Louis, Graham, Gailligan
Umpires O'Loughlin and Perrine.
At Washington. R. H. E.
Boston ..11 12 0
Washington " l s 2
Batteries: Boston. Arelanes and Car
rigan; Washington, Gray and Street.
Umpires Egan and Evans.
At Houston. R. H. E.
Dallas 0 2 2
Houston 5 4 l
Batteries: Dallas. Shindle and Onslow;
Houston, Hornly and Wick.
At Galveston. R. H. E.
Shreveport 2 7 0
Galveston .. 3 C 1
Batteries: Shreveport. Ashton and
Henninger; Galveston, Hise and Stringer.
At San Antonio. R. H. E.
Oklahoma Coty .. J... 0 4 2
San Antonio l 7 2
Batteries: Olahoma City, Crawson
and Noyes; San Antonio, Abies and
At Waco. R. H. E.
Fort Worth l e 6
Waco .. 2 6 0
Batteries: Fort Worth. Deardoff
and Green; Waco. Ogles and White.
At Denver R. H. E.
Denver -...10 12 2
Omaha 9 16 4
Batteries: Hagerman. Buchanan,
Gillen, Olmstead and Weaver; Patton,
Farchner and Gonding.
At St. Joseph R. H. E.
Sioux City 1 4 4
St. Joe 8 10 2
Batteries Wilson, McLean and Mil
ler; Swift and Shea.
At Portland R. h. e.
Portland 3 5 1
San Francisco l 3 1
Batteries Seaton and Fisher; Wil-M
lis and Williams.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles 6 11 1
Sacramento '. 1 g 2
Batteries: 'Briswalter and Orendorff;
Brown, Nqurse and LaLonge.
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Oakland 8 13 5
Vernon 4 7 2
Batteries Stovall, BracKenridge,
Schaeffer and Brown; Harkius and
At West Point R. H. E.
West Point 3 6 2
Yale 0 6 1
Bateries Hyatt and Lyman; Tom
mers and Stillwell.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania,
University of West ATirginIa, 0.
At Memphis: Memphis, 0; Chattanooga
At New Orleans: Birmingham, 1; New
At Mobile: Mobile, 3: Montgomery, 2.
At Atlanta: Atlanta-Nashville game
At Loul6vile: Toledo, 1; Louisville, 2.
At Indianapolis: Columbus, 2; Indian
apolis, 1. .
At Milwaukee: Minneapolis, 7; Mil
At Kansas City: St Paul, S; Kansas
final bloch was ended with a total score
of 600 to 493. Safford went to pieces
at the finish.
Andy Hall Wednesdey night rolled
725 in the Individual event of the Illi
nois Bowling association meet. It is a
bid for the world's honors. Hall was
state champion in 1904.
President Taft played a game of golf
the other day on Chevy Chase course j
in Washington when it was pouring
rain and everybody ' else but the Taft
party had taken refuge in the club
house. When he came in from the
game he took off his clothes, put on
dry ones arid went back to the white
house feeling fine, he declared; he
didn't say "bully."
Mrs. Arthur Conklin has filed a suit
for divorce in New York against Arthur
whoever he is alleging that he left
her at home ill and went to baseball
games, which shows that baseball had
its bad side as well as its good ones
and that Benjamin is 'not the only fan
in need of a governess.
Ad. Wolgast is sore on stage life.
He wants to fight again. Why doesn't
he go to work?
Portland retained hold on first place
in the Coast league Wednesday by de
feating San Francisco 3-and 1. It was
a pretty game.
The St. Louis-Cincinnati game was
The preliminary tie match between the
British isles and America will be de- j
cided at Wimbledon, London, or in Aus
tralia. What's the matter with Ysleta? '
T'i-fc'ni- drrttH mola o Vrm -i- f tlta ;
ninth at Boston Wednesday and that
saved Brooklyn from a shut out. It
ended 5 and 1.
The winning streak of the Philleys
was broken at the seven straight point
Wednesday. New York did it, 3 and
Cloon Webb, a Pittsburg pitcher, is
said to have a jump ball. Also. Webb
ha; the jumps himself.
Against a good field. Ardi won the
handicap at Aquejluct Wednesday.
Rain caused the calling of the Philadelphia-New
York game at the end of
"A ball cannot be thrown hard
enough to make It Jump," says Helnie
Berger. Heinle should know fpr he is
credited with having a jump ball him
selJ. Cleveland won its first borne game
of the season Wednesday, and the
Cleveland fans are happy. Thej- defeat
ed Chicago, 3 and 2, the winning run
being scored in the ninth.
- An error in the ninth saved Sioux
City from a shutout with St. Joseph
Wednesday. Joe Town made S runs
against the visitors one.
Kid Ash has returned to Cincinnati
after cleaning up Canada. He walloped
Kid Clarke and Billy Launders. Just
as he was to be matched with Topy
Caponi, Kid got homesick and blew.
In a game marked by poor fielding.
Detroit won from St. Louis Wednesday.
There were many errors for Louis boys
and wild baserunning for the visitors.
"The first clinch will settle the Johnson-Jeffries
fight." says Joe Choynski
and Tommy Ryan. Poo, poo! Dope!
Talking About Real Clothes
Clothes that are as certain to wear as if you
were an experienced weaver and manufacturer
and had yourself superintended the milling of
the fabrics and the making
Clothes that cannot but impress young men .
Do you know where to locate them?
TVe'll tell you
But first do you know that every yard of cloth
used in the product of Globe Tailoring Co. is
machine and hand tested that sturdiness vies
with pattern and steadfast colors?
Do you know that you cannot purchase gar
ments as strong and as good and as smartly
styled as these from any other manufacturer at
prices the same as oius? Don7t you want to see
the sort of men's suits that we sell at from $18.00
SCOTT & THORNTON
215 San Antonio Street.
"The Big Chief" Cartooned
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Hots- the Xeir
Meyer, the Gi
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BUNCH OF BASEBALL
NOTES FROM CANANEA
xum iii&r mc un xiBiit, tuu ji.eu.Mei j the damaged nose, starting- the blood
afresh. Langford sent left to face and
Ketchel right fro body. Both drove
left to face and Ketchel sent a hard
right to the nose. KKetchel missed a
hard uppercut and they clinched. Ketch- J
el landed right on -wind and Langford
uppercut to r-hin. Langford swung
right as the bell rang-, but fell to the
Ttound 6 Langford lifted Ketchel off
the floor -with an uppercut. Both .drove
hard lefts to the head and In a clinch
Ketchel pounded Langford's stomach
and Langford again started the blood
flo-vring- and he slugged Ketchel -with
his right. Ketchel -was Tveak and Lang--ford
sent his head back repeatedly.
Ketchel was weak on his legs and they
clinched repeatedly. Langford played
for the damaged nose and had Ketchel
covered with Wood when the bell rang.
yP7( Aw SmutvpT
TKEgB- IS AlVtW
?omr out Tne.
CASE. Y9tJ DlDNf
qportlet I & Tim
Let's see. didn't Stanley say some- land against Vernon at San Francisco
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thing about knocking the nigger's
block off? Well it's all over now, so it
IVwful! Jeffries ha? a boil on his
neck! Shades of ye Roman gladiators
will it break?
A child could lick Jeff now with
that boil. There is nothing so tender
as a boil, unless it's a prizefighters
First a cramp, next bad blood, uo,w
a boil. What next an ingrown toe
nail? West Point shut out Tale at the aca
demy diamond Wednesday. It was 3
runs that did it.
Manager Hugh Duffy excuses his
Soxeys from Sunday morning" practice
so that they may attend church. But do
Jt took three pitchers for Wichita
to win from Lincoln Wednesday. And
then only 10 and 9. Such a game!
Three horses ran a lovely three cor
nered duel in the second event at Pim
Five runs in the eighth won for Oak-
v ednesday. It ended 8 to 4.
Topeka called on three pitchers Wed
nesday and Des Moines out batted all
of them. It was a baloor. contest.
Eddie McGoorty. the Oshkosh mid
dleweight, just returned from England,
has signed to meet Hugo Kelly of Chi
cago at Milwaukee May 7. They will
go 10 rounds without decision.
By a one run shutout Chicago de
feated Pittsburg Wednesday. Mclntyre
pegged good ball. Pitcher Reulback has
reported to Chicago after an illness.
Raleigh won the Pleasonton handi
cap over a field of good gallopers at
Emeryville Wednesday. Raleigh is a
Two pitchers failed to turn the ta
bles for Sacramento against Los Ange
Owing to the fact that Harvard has
arranged an Interscholastic meet for
May 21, the Yale interscholastic meet
has been changed to May 14.
W orld s pool honors were retained i
Stuart Is Set to Soliloquiz
ing Will Cactus League
Be Outlawed? .
Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. April 2S.
W. P. Stuart, the 33d degree fan and of
ficial scorer, soliloquizes as follows:
"So, diminutive Jack Go-ha-ny has
characterized his entrance into the Cac
tus league by reversing his first mo
mentous decision. The writer took Jack
awaj' up in an unfilled corner of the
grandstand, far from the maddening
crowd's ignoble jar, and wrbte that
nomenclature in the core book, letter r
by letter, while the bearer of it slowly
spelled it out. It's rather humiliating
for a fellow to gloat over all rivals, se
cure in the. belief that he has a 'bear,
a snug bunch of information that no
other scribe can hope for; then to fall
down before a multitude for failing to
touch the bases In order. The downfall
is not complete though, for recent ad
vices from the redoubtable "umps" him
self, admit that, in spelling the name in
Spanish, the T always precedes the 'e.'
Jack was in Mexico and gave out his
name according to strict Mexican stand
ards. If 'Jack -imagines for a fleeting
second that he can alienate those who
admire him by peddling out confusing
'dope' as to the orthography or his
name, he's leading toward a blocked
trail; for he's the happiest little fellow,
and the best that ever told a 'bonehead
baiter to go away back and shut up."
Bob Whaling has been shifted from
right field to first base, Guynup taking
charge of the sun-garden. Whaling
played first for Shreveport all last year
and was drafted by the Cardinals at
the season's close. Guynup's heavy hit
ting will keep him on the team.
Baroldy, the left fielder, has gone to
his home in SolomonviKe to recuperate
from a slight atack of fever.
From reliable information, it Is
learned that the powers of organized
ball intend to outlaw all players in the
Cactus circuit before the first of June.
union, or the Los Angeles Angels, j
has wired Dugan that he would like to I
have the privilege of sending some ot
his henchmen to Cananea. should any
weak spots develop In the local team.
In outfielder Frank Hodges, Cananea
claims to have the fastest outfielder in
the southwest. He is working nere, and
will not play with the Pirates or what
ever they are.
How would "El Paso Texans" do for
Harbuck's bunch of huskies?
NOW JEFF HAS A
BOIL ON HIS NECK.
There Is Awful Consterna
tion in the Ben Lomond
Camp About It.
Ben Lomond, Cal., April 28. Jeffrie
has a boil, and worse yet, it is located
on his neck. Today the camp i3
steeped in worry. It Is terrible!
There was no boxing yesterday. Jeff
only took a jog of ten miles down tha
pike, and did a bit of rope skipping.
It is feared that an old trouble,
which caused the postponmerst of the
Monroe match, is again to attack the
Think of it a boil on the neck!
Teff Is Peevlsli.
Jeffries had the offending- boil lanced
last night and the big fellow, who has
been as peevish as a boy under his en
forced let up of training; wHl soon be
able to resume his work. This tt,o
finer he WallcArf ra-n 1ft st . .
-- i i ----- - '"" ana men
went Into the gymnasium, where he
worked with the medicine ball and pul-
JZ J88 until the prespiration
streamed from him.
But Jeffries is anxious to begin box
ing with Joe Choynski, who vesterday
sparred several fast rounds with BIIIv
Xlght with Joe Thomas and Jeffries
STOTTled with dlsW and envy as he
lChld,.Chynski and Pe .lam into
Singles and Bunts
JOHNSON IS PEEVED
OYER TRAINING TALK
Says He Has More to Lose
Than the People Criti
rot i , .
.Johnson said fast nhtTw k!
- - . - nuuni
ninsr for hf icr, :
nes the middle of .C "V wi." Jezz'
-w-i. ivok ! n -ma
Mar is TnL 1USS ea3y until out
o'er the "S" !"r. ' d
Happy Harbuck and his huskies have
aeciaeu io niK.tr iur a-uuiieu.
El Paso hopes the boys from this city
wlll not be taken into camp by the
Stanley Gray. The name sounds well, j
anyway, and there are some others com- i
EI Paso Champions 1910. That sou
well; let us have It.
cording to a recent decision handed
down by baseball fan judge Albert S J.
base is not a crime, ac- J traJnF plans-
'.. u.re tne
about the .timo I
training?" he demanded.
people so conemrt
am going to commence
X have mora
1 to Tnca T-.nM 4.
El Paso now has a baseball diamond ! in- i P who are watch.
I I lf- III MBTK IT! T na I "3PflC Srf-V I . -
--.- w..., ... . .v,..uo wuuuj. I CORCSltiOn for-
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incr mo or. t "
that scintillates, compared with some of I I am hm .-'". . tne ork when
Cactus, cacti, caetum: rounds like the
Soing to he out of shape for
L Nothing shaky' about that guardian i fights hav t- x? my California
nds of the left field, even If it does sound i i a m'not . .w? Test "red tht
tnat way. ; th?c nn out or shape for
cne iosi ner neart at itrst base, she Tnh, . .
tale of the Englishman, but it is simply made a hit to short, she was too fly for ports that h pnaIcall3r denied the re-
tne conjugation ui me new league name. ; second, out at iniru sne won a home. ' been d!?.-lnaV- onaim or has
The gates at Washington park are Who? Why Miss Baseballitis.
closed, never to be opened until a cy- j Muzzling dogs and muzzling umpires
clone strikes tne tence. .Let usfpray tori in hot weather is for a different pur-
a cyclone. pose, rue dog is muzzled to protect
Since Benjamin has nominated Har
buck for mayor, Whitney Hewitt says
he wants to be city clerk.
Bisbee's Bu nters are to -trip the light
fantastic sans spikes.
men, the umpire is caged to oh, well, of neuralgia, whatpv L Vnge
he must have some protection. Chamberfain L?n ,! 1 ,troub Is.
i The only hot air about Merritt is that the naln U. m?nt ar""es awsy
While tbe camnaien is on io save the
w eanesoay nignt by Jerome Keogh of babies, the fans want Harbuck to save
Rochester who defeated Clarence Saf- a few grownups for the El Paso pitch
ford of Chicago at Rochester. The Ing staff.
j been dissipating.
A touch of rheumatism.
in his chest protector.
AVyley carries a parfcehute so ho
won't stay up in the air If he happens
to get there.
Baseball even In the heavens the
comet Is there.
YES BENJAMIN 'THREW A FIT" TO SEE THE GAME!
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