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The Herald's Sporting News
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are young. A few pennies pnt away each day or
week will give them a nice litle start when they
go out to fight the battles of the world.
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if you begin saving now, to haverenough money
to send the little tots of today. to some good col
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It Was a Pitchers' Battle and
Men Bid Splendid "Work.
Some Bad Plays by Locals.
Cananea . 3
El Paso 2
An even dozen innings was neces
sary to return the winner of the Sun
day game with Cananea. Getting away
with two runs in the first half of
the first Inning", Cananea with Thomas
presiding in the box, held 331 Paso
to one stingy run acquired in the sec
ond inning, until the eighth when Mer
ritt's slashing drive to left scored Rum
sey, sewing up the score higher than a
cholo's trousers. From that time un
til the overtime session closed with
Adams scoring for Cananea, the ex
citement was intense and the stand
was constantly on its feet cheering
for the brilliant playing of both the
Cananea and El Paso men.
With the exception of much need
less crabbing at the little umpire with
the unpronounceable name, and a se
ries of unfortunate plays which went
on the rocks for 331 Paso, the game
was as spectacular as the famous 13
Inning one last fall which went into
the darkness without a decision.
Thomas ts. Gray.
It was mister Thomas against mis
ter Gray, and the Thomas boy with
the light hair and the boyish way got
the slightest shade of the argument
on the mound. Thomas had every
thing that has been claimed for him
and his speed at times was breaking
like a six-cylinder engine. Gray was
worried at tliaes b? ie support given
him, and 1? rook hi a full five inn
ings to gsr going good. He pitches
good, steady consistant game anS sc
away with it to the credit of himself
and his team. Had the others done as
much on the local club there would
not have been the same reading on
the score board that there was at the
close of the 12th inning. Both men
Boys rlll be Boys
and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds.
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j pitched the game of their lives and it
was a toss up as to who won the de
cision in the pitching department.
Cananea Scores Quickly. f
Cananea, at bat first," went at It
early In the game and scored two
runs before 331 Paso had been to bat
; at all. Hodges, first np got a base
J on balls, Adams retired from the fierce
cross fire of Gray's delivery and Good
man hit to Earthman between second
and first Kal booted the ball, which
could be scored either a hit or an
error because it was a hard chance,
and, failing to recover in time, al
lowed Goodman to get on. This sent
j Hodges to secondhand when R. Whal
j ing was given another free trip in
' violaton of- the anti pass law, Hodges
j was landed "safely at third. Right
there was where the first of a series
of misplays by Hewitt on third s'tart-
ed. He fumbled Gambles' grounder
uown Lmra case way ana lost it In
the silt which surrounds that part of
This allowed Goodman to score from
third and in the mixup which followed
R. "Whaling also scored. Hewitt's work
at third was decidedly ragged and, in
addition to another error in the fourth
when he booted B. "Whaling's ground
ball, he made a demonstration against
the umpire which was very much out
of place from the field captain of the
The Score Tied.
El Paso tied the score in a hard knot
in the eighth. Rumsey was hit by
Thomas, McCarthy hit an easy one to
Adams, advancing Rumsey one base.
Then came Tex. Merrlt, he hit a hot
one to left and when Rumsey started
to beat it home on the throw in Tex.
continued going to second. That was
the sum total of El Paso scoring, al
though Gowan got on third In the
eleventh and seemed to have a good
J chance to get home. But Thomas
struck; out Kamsey and Jackson, re
tiring the side without the needed run
to break up the game. Cananea fared
better in the 12th. Adams got a sin
gle to right through first and second,
went to second on McCarthy's failure
to field the hit clean, was advanced to
third by Goodman's single to center
and scored on the throw. This ended
the game with honors about even, and
El Paso at the little end of the total
The game was filled with spectacu
lar fielding stunts. Jackson made an
aerial ascent in the fourth and pulled
down a high one with his right mit.
Flick went him one better in the leap
ing game, dragging down Adams' hit,
which looked good for two bases, but
which Flick stabbed with his gloved
hand. Hodges made a long running
catch of Gowan's fly.lo deep right in
, the fourth, spearing it off while run
ning at full speed in the direction of
the race track. R. "Whaling's two
bagger in the eighth was the only hit
made in the game which went be
yond the single limit.
Some cigial Failures.
Playing manager Harbuck received
considerable criticism from the grand
stand for a number of apparent bone
headed plays. which in reality were
only well planned tricks of a field
general, which fell down because the
opposition caught onto them and
crossed them up. Twice the batter
was given a hit and run signal only
j to nave waste balls delivered to him
, where it was impossible to hit them.
This cost considerable as the men
were thrown out at second with ease. In
I the fourth, an attemnt was mnflo r
' draw the first baseman away from the
j plate with the ball in his hand in
order to allow McCarthy to score from
third base. Gray, who got on with an
error by Adams, was picked to work
the trick. He started off, drew the
throw to first, and then stalled
around in the neighborhood of first
until McCarthy had plenty of time to
beat it home, but for some unknown
reason Mac failed to get in ' on the
j play and Gray was, left high and dry
1 with nothing for his cleverly planned
play but a feeling- thaJ
A change of signals
would prevent any such
curing again as the 01
apparent to the Canan,
they anticipate each
Total . ..'. 4
Adams, 2b .'.
Goodman, 3b '.
R. Whaling, lb
T. Whaling, cf
Reinhardt, ss 5
B. Whaling, c 4
Thomas, p , 5
Stolen bases Jackson.
Sacrifice hits Flick.
Two base hits R. Whai,
Struck out By Gray 8; b
Base on balls Off C
Hit by pitcher Thomas
Rumsey, Merritt and Gray.
Left on bases El Paso 1' '
Double plays Gray to F
Time of game Two hoi
HUSKIES TAKE W
END GAME BY
Booles, ISTew Pitcher
Paso, Makes Good. (
Fall of Feature
Class was written all over ti
of baseball delivered at the Tj
ton park grounds Saturday in tj
ing game between El Paso an
nea. Played" in an hour and
j uies, and sprinkled liberally witj
liant playing and hitting, the!
was the best that has been sJ
the league this season. Errors, j
and blngles were conspicuous by
presence elsewhere In the we
game with the copper diggers,
being a total of only four error
the IS men, which Is getting the
column trimmed down to the
league limit. At times the fieldir
both clubs was brilliant. R. W
ing on first base grabbing off a i
string hit by Gray, which was r
for a safety and a run. Flick, at s
for El Paso, also distinguished h'
self by grabbing down a line d
and by his running peg to first.
Booles "Was Strong".
Booles, red of hair and freckled II
a guinea egs, worked for El Paso du
ing the entire session and got aw
with a clean slate until the nint
when he weakened from the first n
workout he had had all season a
allowed Tom "Whaling to walk, for
Ing Hodges to the plate with the bast
full. Booles did not extend himsel
at any time during the game, whicr
was won in the first inning by EI
Fehrman started for Cananea but
lastetT only a single inning, the EV
Paso huskies getting on to his pecu- j
liar horizontal style for a series of
safe hits to the short outfield.
Wylie Pitched for a Job.
Fat "Wylie, who was given his re
lease from the Mavericks last week,
replaced Fehrman in the first of the
second and pitched himself Into a reg
ular position on the Cananea staff.
He pleased the grandstand Immediate
ly. "Wylie never worked better and
never put more pep Into his playing.
Not only did he slap over the sphere
with that dangerously deceptive de
livery, but he fielded his position like
a leaguer, covering first on the short
hits down first base way and grab
bing off all of his chances without a
single boot. He allowed but five hit3
In his erght Innings. Booles got away
with but two.
Goyhenelx Managed Game.
"With both teams playing fast and
with umpire Goj'heneix hurrying
things up all the time, the game closed
at 4:40 p. m., a full 20 minutes ahead
of the usual time. The new umpire
handled tie field well, and, with the
exception of one foul ball decision, his
work was unquestioned.
El Paso AB. R. H. P. A.. E.
Gowan, cf . . A. 3 V 1 0 0 0
Flick, ss 4 0 3 2 3 0
Hewett, 3b 4 1 1 1 0 0
Jackson, lb 4 0 1 12 1 1
Earthman, 2b p 2 1 1 2 3. 1
Gray, If .- 3 1 1 2 0 0
McCarty, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0
Merritt, c 3 0 1 7 2 0
Booles, p '. 3 0 0 0 6 0
Hodges, rf 3
Adams, 2b 2
Goodman. 3b 3
4 10 27 15 2
R. H. PO. A. E.
110 0 0
0 01 2 0
0 0 2 11
0 0 12 3 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 1 l' 1 0
0 0 12 1
0 0 5 3 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 4 0
0 0 0 0 0
1 2 24 16 2
! R. "Whaling, lb 4
T. "Whaling, cf 3
Gamble, If 4
I Reinhardt, ss 2
B. "Whaling, c 3
Fehrman, p 0
"Wylie, p 2
Scnre by innings:
El Paso 1 2 3 4 5 67 .8 9
Runs 4 0000000 4
Hits 5 1001102 10
Cananea 12 3 4 5''6 7 8 9
Runs." 00000000 1 1
Hits 0 0 01L0 00 0 2
Summary: Stolen bases, Flick (2).
Sacrifice hits, Earthman, Adams (2).
Innings pitched b3' Fehrman, 1; by
Wylie, 7. Hits Off Fehrman, 5; off
Wylie. 5. Struck out By Booles, 5;
by Wylie, 5. Base on ballsOff
Booles, 4; Fehrman, 1; Wylie, 0. Left
on bases. El Paso, 2: Cananea, 5. Dou
ble plays, Flick to Hewett, R. Whaling
to Reinhardt. Time of game, 1 hour
and 40 minutes. Umpire, Jack Goyhe
neix. BOYS RIDE BICYCLES "
TO CLINT AND BACK.
At 8:05 oclock Sunday morning the
El Paso Bicycle club left El Paso for
Clint. The boys numbered nine, but
only four reached Clint."" They say they
had a fine time, although they were
very much worn out when they reached
El Paso. The boys who reached Clint
were Alfred Millos fSkeeter). Harry
Oannf. Turner Campbell and Chester
2 5 1
!oston. Frock and Graham;
Brooklyn, Rucker and Bergen.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At New York R. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 9 1
New York 7 16 0
Batteries Phiadephia, Moore, Ma
rones and Doan; New York, Marquard,
Wiltze and Meyers.
Umpires Rigley and Ems lie.
At Detroit R.H.E.
Chicago .5 11 1
Detroit 3 11 1
Batteries Chicago, Scott and Olm
stead; Detroit, Browning and Stanage.
Umpires Perrine and O'Loughlin.
At Washington R. H. E.
Philadelphia 6 9 2
Washing-ton 3 6 5
Batteries Washington, Groome and
Street; Philadelphia, Bendf and Liv
ingstone. Umpires Connolly and Dineen.
At Cleveland R.H.E.
St. Louis .'..l 4 2
Cleveland '. 4 7 1
Batteries St. Louis, Gilllgan and Kil
lifer; Cleveland, Mitchell and Easterly.
Umpires Kerin and Sheridan.
At Boston (10 innings) R. H. E.
New York 4 6 1
Eoston l 7 5
Batteries New. York, Yaughan and
Mitchell; Boston, CIcotte and Carrlgan.
Umpires Egan and Evans.
At Oklahoma City R.H.E.
Oklahoma City 1 9 2
Galveston .-. 2 6 1
Batteries Crowaon and Noyes; Gar
bour and Braun.
At Dallas 1st game R. H.E.
San Antonio 2 5 6
Dallas '. 8 9 2
Batteries Feeney. and Schau; Shindle
San Antonio v 7 7 0
Dallas,. 1 6 1
Batteries Blanding and Yontz;
Hirsch, Woodburn and Onslow.
At Ft Worth R.H. E.
Houston 1 4 1
Ft. Worth 2 4 1
Batteries Hornsby and Burch; Burke
At Shreveport R. H. E.
Waco 1 '6 5
Shreveport 4 10 1
Batteries Ogles and Gordon; -Herbert
COLLEGE BOAT RACING.
Annapolis Navy "Varsity beat Co
lumbia (two miles). Time. 10 min
utes, 46 4-5 seconds.
Navy third crew beat AruKels of Bal
timore (mile and a half). Time, 7 m.,
27 1-5 s. -v (
Navy plebes beat Central High
School, Philadelphia (mile aad a half).
Time, 7 m. 47 3-5 s. '
.2 11 0
At St. Joe
rain. -St. Joe-Omaha postponed;
Ann Arbor University of
4; Michigan Agricultural 2.
West Point Virginia 6; West
Worcester Harvard 1; Holy
At Evanston, Ind. Indiana 7;
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 3-5-1;
At .Annapolis Pennsylvania State
4; Navy 1.
Big Leagjue Baseball
At Chicago R.H. E.
Chicago "I 10 2
Pittsburg 7 6 -2
Batteries Cole, Brown and Kllng;
Moore, Camnltz and Gibson.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At St. Louis R.H.E.
SL Louis 0 S 3
Cincinnati 6 1
Batteries: Backman. Relger and
Phelps; Suggs and McLean.
At Chicago ..R-.H.E.
fhl'raero i 0 4. 0
Cleveland 2 3
Batteries: Smith and Payne; Falken
berg and Clarke.
At Detroit R- H. E.
St.'Louis 2 10 3
Detroit 6 10 2
Batteries: Graham. Bailey and Killi
fer; Parnoll and Stanage.
At Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City 4 4 6
Batteries: Maloy and Burch; Chelete,
Vickery and Noyes.
At Shreveport (11 Innings) R.H. E.
San Antonio 2. 5 2
Shreveport 1 3 2
Batteries: Abies and Schah; Tese
reau and Penninger.
Shontz and Onslaw.
R. H. E. L
0 4 3?
3 7 1
At Fort "Worth R. H. E.
Galveston 11 12 2
Fort Worth 2 9 4
' Batteries: Pise and Stringer; McKay,
Deardorff, Weatherford and Green
rnls 1st game R. H. E.
iemphis - -
Mobile i.. 3
At Portland R- H. E.
Portland 0 7 4
Vernon '2 6 2
' Steen and G. Fisher; Brackenridge
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Oakland -'-- 5 9
Sacramento 2 10 0
Nelson and Mitze; Baum, Hunt and
At Los Angeles
Delhi and Orendorff;
1 liams and Bern
At Denver R. H. E.
Des Moines 7 10 1
Denver 3 8 1
Batteries: Biersdorfer and McManus;
Olmstead and Weaver.
At St. Joseph R.H. E.
Omaha 7 5 4
St. Joe S 12 4
Batteries: Keeley, Hollenbeck and
Gondlng; Swift. Johnson, Galgano and
Shea and Wolfe. ' ,
Second game R. H. E.
Omaha 7 s 2
Sr. Joe 5 12 4
Batteries: ganders and Cadman; Gal
gano, Baker and "Wolfe.
At Wichita r. h. E.
Sioux City 3 s 3
Wichita 7 11 2
Batteries: Freeman. Chabek and
Towne; Durham and Shaw.
Second game R. H.ri.
Sioux City 3 15 3
Wichita 4 12 1
Batteries: McLean, Alderman and
Towne; Shackleford, Aitchison and
Shaw. (14 innings.
- At,Topeka - R. H. E
Lincoln 4 iq
Topeka : 2 S 1
Batteries: Fox and Sullivan; Jack
son and Kerns.
At Milwaukee: Milwaukee, 5; Indi
At St. Paul: St. Paul..l; Toledo, 3.
At Kansas City: Kansas City 1;
At Minneapolis: Minneapolis, 5; Co
At Memphis: Memphis, 0; Atlanta, 0.
(Game called in ninth by agreement).
At New Orleans: New Orleans, 4;
R. H. .
6 8 3
2 5 0
er and Williams; Bris-
9 if 3
7 8 a
nley and Berry; Nagle,
2 5 2
0 10 3
itt and Hogan; Garrett
h cisco R. H. E.
4 9 4
2 7 1
pum and Spiesman; Moaer,
s R. H. E.
7 10 2
2 7 1
i-Ioser and Mltze; Wh&lea
IriCAL BALL DOPE.
IBy Art Woods. A
Net play Tuesday.
Ii at Plttsbursr.
rork at Chicago'.
Iiadelphia at Cincinnati.
s at Boston.
it at New York.
eland at Philadelphia.
at Fort Worth.
BAntonio at Shreveport. y
mston at Oklahoma City.'
Irow THirr stand.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet
15 11 4 .731
18 IS 5 .722"
11 ....Id 9 8 .fiOO
16 S 8 .500
14 7 7 .500
16 6 10 .375
....19 13 .315
17 5 12 .294
Played. Won. LpstPct.
15 11 M .733
18 12 6 .6T
19 12. , JZ-. .63:r
15" 9 "8- - ;6"bo
16 7 9 .438
17 7 10 .412
20 6 14 .30O
15 S 12 .200
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
.:...22 14 8 .639
23 13 10 .565
23 13 10 .565
nio 23 12 11 .522
oma City ..23 11 12 47
anrevspoiT 22 10 12. .455
ao 22 10 12 .455
Fort Wortfi. 22 7 15 .315
Played. Won. Lost: Pet.
orenci 3 1" .667
Cananea. . . 5 ' Z' Z ".SflO
El Paso ; 4 2 '2 500
BIsbee 4 2 2 .500
Douglas 5 2 3 .400
Clifton JT...3 1 '" 393
ALPINE WINS FOURTH
Dcfeats Ft. Davis by 14 to IS ia EaaHr-
aHce Coatest Ribben, Alpise Herse,
Also "Wias from Ft. Davis Racer.
Alpine, Texas, May 9. The ball
game between the Alpine high school
team and Ft- Davis resulted in a score
of 14 tolS in favor of Alpine. The Al
pine team has played three games with
the Sanderson team and won all. At
the end of the sixth Inningthe scora
stood S to 1 in favor of Ft. iavis, but
a batting- rally won the game for the
locals. The Alpine team will play Ft.
Davis again Saturday.
The race between the AlDine"iiorse.
Ribbon, owned by Glenn KokernotVnd
the black from Ft. Davis, owned by Di
J. S. Locke, jr., was won by Ribbon
2 jby three feet.
FT. DAVIS MEXICANS DEFEAT
MARFA MEXICAN TEAM.
Marfa, Texas, May 9. B a score of
5 to 2 the Fort Davis Mexican ball
team defeated the Marfa Mexican' team
at Marfa Sunday.
Rowdyism has killed racing; aa prizs
ngfetlnpr. Tke tklnsr fer baseball to do
is to kill the rowdies ia self protection.
Get the ax.
WATER SUPPLY FOR FUTURE
UNDER MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP
"Should the natural advantages pos
sessed by El Paso be conservatively and
thoroughly exploited, the Krowth. of the
city will be rapid, substantial, and per
manent. It Is evident that cinder tkeao
conditions, an, adequate water supply lor
the future must be planned and exe
cuted on broad, comprehensive, and con
servative lines." From the report of
the Robert W. Hunt Co., experts in mu
nicipal -water supply.
Toyah valley the best proposition in
the west today. See De Shazo Realty
Co., for particular .