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Denny Ford hns resigned a captain
of the Dougla.s club and has been sut--
ceedetl by LeBrand, the clever catcher I
for th" Demons. LeBrand has been the j
P'vor player on The Douglas team since j
thf reason opened and Ford was keea j
enough to see it and resign In favor of i
the more experienced man. This puts
the ribbons In -the hands of a danger- t
cus man,-for LeBrand thinks as fast as
le catches, and the other clubs in the
league will have to watci the little chap i
tiu.c-ii ur mere wn ue uiius '5
that are not in the Spaulding guide to
heginners. Ford will continue to play ,
third and has lost none of his popu-
larity over Douglas way by his reslg-
nation. LeBrand was elected by
unanimous -vote cf the players imme-
uiaieiy alter roru resigned ana ne ra.ii i
the club in the Bisbee series.
There was entirely too much crabbing
and umpire batting in that Sunday game
with Cananea to make haseball as ;
popular as it should be in EI Paso. Both
team were offenders In this and the
language used toward the little Goy
henelx: chajJ was inexcusable and inter
fered with his "work, which was not as
good as that of Saturday. His single .
Serious fault is not running out the j
base running-plays o that he can be I
on the iob 'when the tag Is made. Once J
In Sunday's game Flick used his fade
away slide, and it was doubtful
Adams touched him on second, al-
tiiough the umpire called the runner
out without changing his position be-
hind the oltcher. Goyeneix has the abil
ity to make a good umpire, and Jf the
clubs Till give him as fair a chance
as he gives them he will -make good in
the league. I
Over at Douglas Ed Mackey has made 1
good-in th town which has alwavs ob
jected to him so strenuously in the
past. The Dipatch says of the. umpire's
work: "Despite the many knocks hand
ed Mr. Mackey last year, his work in
the game between Douglas' and Bis
Dee could not have Keen improved upon.
as there "was not a decision, rendered by
him but what was fair and squire
to both sides. If he only goes through
the season -as good the fans Till not
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have any1 kick about the umpire this
Ti,at Stanlev Grav noy has won an
-everlasting home .with the El Paso
CIOwd. He look evort- nn nf ,? to
odd inchej, an athlete mi ti,A -n-.- , t
ets In front of tne bali is &ood to see
Wlth a1 kInds of hlndrances Suudav
Gray pitched as steady as a clock and !
ot an even break lrh Thom,q th
phenom pitcher from Cananea. Gray is
too good a pitcher to -waste his talents
playing utility fielder and he should be
put on ihe It.hin& bench as ,oon as
Ketchuin arrives to play left field,
Gray has a long head, and the clever
play in Sunday's game. In which he
first baseman out to right
i field to allow McCarty to score, was
. Sportletq I By Tim I
' . '
its a gay life for Jack Johnson. Him
for the liaPPy hours until about June 4,
"A month's all I need," says he. But
It's a gay life for Jack Johnson. Him
Tim Jeffries admits that he needs more j
",JD a nin. -"e is very nonest aDout
To Yale went the annual track meet
with Princeton by a score ' of 59 o-G.
kagainst 44 1-6. The two teams were close
in the dashes.
It was decided at Lexington Saturday
to continue the big stake events, wliich
include the Brooders Futurity and the
Canadian handicap, and to add the
Blue Grass special stake.
A list of 406 names for the conference-athletic
meet at Urbana, 111. has
been announced. Twenty-four univers
ities and colleges are represented.
A home run by Flynn in Sunday's
Chicago-Pittsburg game won for the
visitors at the Windy City.
Iowa defeated Isorthwostern m a uni
versity track meet at Iowa City, Sat
urday. The score was 6S to 44.
Denver lost at home Sunday, after
winning four straights from Des
Moines. The' Iowa players made seven
runs to Denver's 3.
f The state- racing commission has sus
tained the action of Lexington track
officials in ruling off John Marelein,
of Cincinnati. He was charged with in
and out racing his horses on the Lex
Swander, right fielder for Oakland,
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ST ON THE
Ministerial Father of Prize
Kghter- Talks on the
Ben "Lomond, Oil., May 9 Sunday was
a quiet day in the training' camp, but
activities of Saturday made. up for it
Then Jeffries went two fast workouts
with Billv Panlce nnd Joe Chovnski. and
tuckered out his partners, both of them.
In three rounds Joe landed many timeb
on Jim's chin, the big- man leaving him
self open with intention. Six rounds
with -Papke afforded ' much, amusement
for the followers. Billy has promised
to return to camp after his fight with
Thomas. All the routine of apparatus
work was gone through.
A large crowd of spectators were dis
appointed Sunday afternoon when Jeff
ries refused to spar. Berger's pleas
were of no avail, except to wring a
promise from the big fellow that here
after his Sunday work would come at C
oclock. However, he went through his
routine morning work In the gym
nnsiiim. bae: Dunchinsr. hand ball and
rope skipping. The road work was cut
'The referee matter still hangs fire.
Jack Gleason and Tex RIckard were ex
pected yesterday but neither appeared
Jim's Father Talks.
Throughout, the career of his son, Rev
A. C. Jeffries has .said little worthy of
press comment. 1 He has remained in
stoical silence, neither condemning nor
praising the victories of James J- Jeff
ries, prize fighter.
But this last development of the com
ing battle in which, his son hopes to lay
I awa- a large negro named Johnson
j has brought words" from the ministerial
mouth. " When those of his kind, the
i ministers, have dipped in.-minister Jeff
rie considers it hlgn time to sa auu;
"Hypocrisy," he charges in relation
to the California ministry now waging a
TCnr asrainst prize-fighting as a sequence
1 to the recent McCarthy death. Rev. A.
' rv .Tf fries says:
"Jim hate7 nypocnsy j. huc c ..."
knock out all liars. Take money away,
and leave only the glory there is in it,
both from paid fighters and paid
preachers, and we would have fewer of
both. Indeed, many voices now raised
against the fight would be silenced. I
am not defending prizefighting, but I
am condemning hypocrisy."
WILL GET CONDITION
IN MONTH" JOHNSON
Black Fighter Is Worried
Over Match But Abstains
San Francisco, Cal., May 9. "A menth
is all I need," says Jack Johnson, and
strangely, many local experts agree
wit, him. The negro who will meet
.Tames J. Jeffries at Emeryville. July 4,
seems little worried over the coming
battle. He spends most of his time
"showing off" on San Francisco streets,
his big automobile as a setting.
However. Johnson has promised to be
gin light training today. His manager,
George Little, and his sparring partner,
Kid Cotton, have advised it- Johnson
and his trainers are of that school hold
ing fear of "going stale," and as long
as the, big negro keeps away from the
booze little fear is held.
made another home, run. in the Sunday
game with Sacramento. The bags were
Catcher Konnick has been sold by
the Keds to the Louieville club of the
Some moving picture folk have offer
ed a tidy sum to catcher Frank Bower
man of the Indianapolis club. Will he
CAPITA?? TVIXS FROM
CARRIZOZO, SCORE 10 TO 6
Carrizozo. N. M., May 9. The Capi
tan baseball team defeated the Carri
zozo Browns here by a score of 10 to 6.
Gallacher pitched a good game for Cap-
itan, but received very poor support.'
and the same can be said for Squires,
who pitched for the locals.
The lineup follows:
Capitan Lee, third base; Gallacher,
pitcher; Collins, second base; TV. High-
tower, left field; LeMay, center field; I
coe, snortstop; Putney, catcher; P. j
Hlghtower. right field; Miller, first Globe, Ariz., May 9. Though out
base, batted, Copper Hill defeated Globe the
Carrizozo W. Dingwcll, shortstop: second time yesterdaj-. The score:
B. DingWell, first base; Gutherie, third j R. H. E.
basa; Langhery. center field; Van Copper Hill .... 99 4
Schoyk. catcher; Gunn, second base; Globe 7 13 3
Peterson, right field; Squires, pitcher; Batteries: Copper Hill, Rigby and
Grumbles, left field. Bosquet; Globe, Jones and Burek.
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In the short; space of
Each Team Wins a Game in
the Contest on the Dong
Douglas, Ariz., May 9 Bisbee's ability
to hit when hits are needed most, won
the Sunday game from Douglas in a
fast game, played before a record break
ing crowd of Douglas and Bisbee en
thusiasts. Cates, pitching for Douglas, held the
Maroons for seven innings without a
hit. Then Bisbee got to his curves for
two hits, which totaled a run and in the
ninth four more safe hits and two
errors added the three more which com
pleted the Bisbee score.
Marshall allowed seven hits to Doug
las but none were bostly with the ex
ception of the single Harper drew in the
sixth and a followup by Denny Ford,
who hit hard for two bases, scoring
Douglas's only run. The game was ex
citing throughout and was a clean ex
hibition of baseball.
The score: R H B
Bisbee 4 6 0
Douglas 1 7 4
Batteries: Bisbee, Marshall and
Grindle; Douglas. Cates and Lebrand.
Douglas TVIuh First Game.
Douglas took the first game Saturday
by the score of 11 to 3. One of the Bis
bee scores was made off of a play which
was extraordinary and one that had
never been seen here before. Dalrymple,
playing manager of thu Bisbee club, se-
cured the ball from Kane in the third;
inning with a Bisbee man on base and
held It until the runner scored without
the umpire seeing the play. The run
was allowed under protest. Kane
pitched for Douglas and Hansen and
Doan for Bisbee. The Bisbee fielding
record was marred by six errors made
during the game, a number of them
coming at costly intervals in the game.
Douglas had but two mlsplays scored
against its players in the game. Kane
allowed the visitors 10 hits, while Doan
and Hansen, who pitched for Bisbee,
divided 12 hits between them. The
score. R H E
Douglas 11 12 2
Bisbee 3 i0 6
VASSAR WOMEN BREAK
RECORDS AT TRACK MEET
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 9. Four
women's records were shattered Satur
day at the annual track and field con
test of Vassar college. They were:
Seventy-five yard dash i-5 seconds,
Stephenle K. English. Previous record,
10 seconds, A. Barr, 1901.
Running high jump, 4 feet 4 inches,
Theodora Wheeler. Previous record, 4
: foat o inrhp.! h. T). Clarke. 1909.
W cton and iumn 29 feet. 6
inches, Charlotte Hand. Previous record
2S feet 1-4 inch, also made by Miss
Fence vault 5 feet, 3 1-4 Inches, Al
meda Barr. Previous record, 4 feet.
COPPER HILL WINS
FROM GLOBE AGAIN
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Only One Game Is Played,
, the Crowd Being Too
Clifton, Ariz., May 9. Morenci came
over the hill Saturday for a two game
series, but owing to the fact that a
Saturday crowd could not be mustered
for the game, it was postponed until
The visitors took this game, five to
nothing, with Cummings pitching- for
Morenci and Abbott for Clifton.
Cummings allowed the Cliftonites but
six hits while Morenci pounded out nine
safeties off of Abbott's benders.
Clifton also had the worst showing
in the error department, the local club
getting four errors to Morencl's one.
Abbott, the new Clifton pitcher,
pitched his first game with the club
and, while he was not working at his
best, the six foot man from Redondo
showed what he can do when he g-ets
Xewell, an outfielder, also played his
first game with Clifton, completing the
lineup as it will stand for the present.
R H E
Morenci .' 5 9 l
Clifton 0 6 4
RACING- RESULTS. -
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Rosa
mo won; Ellerd second; Passenger third.
Time, 1:13 1-5.
Second race, 4 furlongs Jack Stry
ker won; Salali second; Ban Ann third.
Time. :54 4-5.
Third race, Futurity course Gold
Finn won; Thistle Belle second; Ac
qula third. Time. 1:09 4-5.
Fourth race, one mile, Hayward han
dicap; Chester Krum won; Raleigh sec-
ond; Eddie Graney third.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards,
selling Follie L. won; Redeem sec
ond: Whidden third. Time, 1:43 4-5.
Sixth race, five and a half furlonsrs
Enfield won; Napa Nick second; Sil -
ver Stockings third. Time, 1:06 3-5.
First race, six furlongs Eddie Du
gan won; Elfin Beau second; Frank
Purcell third. Time, 1:24.
Second race, four and one-half fur
longs Bashti won; Indora second;
Pickanniny third. Time, :55.
Third race, six furlongs Rose Queen
don; Rockstone second; Tony Bonero
third. Time, 1:14 1-5.
Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles Fayette won; Magazine second;
Wanderer third. Time, 1:43 3-5.
Fifth race, 7 furlongs Dull
won; Banyah second; Ed Bell
Time, 1:29 2-5.
Sixth race. 5 furlongs Blue Mouse
won; Aldrian second; Crash third. Time,.
First race, 4 furlongs Chilton
Squaw won; Chant second; Alexandra
third. Time, :54 4-5.
Second race, 6 furlongs Sig won; Os
orine second; King" Avondale third.
Time, 1:13 1-5.
Third race, the Preakness, one mile
Lay Minister won; Dalhousie. second;
Sager third. , Time, 1 :40 3-5.
Fourth race, 2 miles, steeplechase,
handicap Algie won; Sacra second
Touchwood third. Time, 5:05 4-5.
Fifth race, mile Compton won; Myl
mer second; Ro-s Hampton third. Time,
Sixth race, one and one-eighth miles
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High Private won; Superstition sec
ond; Arondack third. Time, 1:55 2-5.
Seventh race, 4 furlongs Anna Cas
se won; Irish Nora second; CHtter
Clatter third. Time, :55 3-5.
Eighth raoe, 6 furlongs Salvolatila
won; King of Yolo second; Kyle third.
Time, 1:13 1-5.
"'First "race 6 furlongs Mauretania
won: Anderson second; Maid Militant
third. Time, 1:16 3-5.
Second race, 4 furlongs Oriental
Pearl won; Helen Scott second; Miss
Greenwood third. Time, :57 1-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs Muzetta won;
Beth Goodwin second; Tom . Bigsby
third. Time, 1:19 3-5.
Fourth race, mile Foxy Mary won;
Colonel second; Relluf third. Time,
"Fifth race. 5 furlongs Incision
won; Alice Dale second; County Tax
third. Time, :57 3-5.
I Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles Denver Girl won; Console sec
ond; Miss Crittenden third. Tim,
WEATHER GOOD FOIt RIFLE
Twelve Member of the Club Partici
pated In the Contest Scores In
the Different Events.
The in Paso Rifle club held Its cus
tomary weeklv shoot at the range on
Mundy Heights during Sunday morn-
The weather, conditions were good
during all the morning.
There were 12 riflemen and a number
of visitors present.
The TTfvsnTi medal event was the f lr3t
fecntest entered upon and the following
scores were made out or a possiDie oj.
50 ' B
Shankle .... 2o
Prinsle - f
Paul . . . -i Zi
Capt. Jack .- Is
The scores were made on the Amer
ican standard target and It was found
f that it was not much trouble to miss
the whole thing.
Some practice scores were made "with
the following out of a possible of 50:
McLamore ..j- 39 36
Haines 39 29
Allen .. .. ..38 33
Paul 3S 40
Pringle - 37 39
Capt. Jack 36 40
Shankle ...... 35
Beutell 20 2S
Baca 26 29
Rutledge 19 37
These scores were made from prone
An off "hand score was made as fol
lows, 50 being possible:
Capt. Jack 18
Hnky Rustle Win.
"Weiss's Husky Rustles easily defeated
the Santa Fe team Sunday morning. The
game was played at Rusty Town
Score: R H E
Rustles 8 9 2
Santa Fe 1 2 6
Batteries: Rustles, "Weiss and Toen
niges; Santa Fe, Villalovos and Aguilar.
The Butler Reds outplayed the New
ports Sunday and won by 14 to 1.
Score: R H E
Butler Reds 14 9 3
Xewports 1 4 2
Batteries: Butler Rcds Cliff and
James; Newports, Ramon, Guevara and
Durango blanked the second East El
Paso team Sunday, owing to the inabil
ity to discover Leyva's delivery.
Score: t R H E
Durango S 8 1
Second East El Paso 0 2 It
Batteries: Durango, Leyv-a and Avila;
Second East El Paso, Emerio and Oli
vares, J. 4-
JU SATURDAY MEETS.
School and college.
At Princeton The Princeton fresh-
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men defeated Tale freshmen In tha an
nual track meet 57 to 47.
At Amherst, Mass Amherst defeated
Williams and Brown in a triangular
track meet- The score: Amherst, 5Q;
Williams, 41; Brown, 35.
At Cambridge, Mass. Harvard easily
defeated Dartmouth in the annual dual
track meet 91 5-6 to 25 1-6. Xo records
At Beloit, Wis. Twenty-one schools
and 125 contestants competed in the
Interscholastic meet. The meet tras won
in points by University High school of
At Ithaca, X. T- Pennsylvania de
feated Cornell in their annual dual
track meet here 72 to 42. Berna -was
the big surprise winning the two mile
race hy 30 yards In 9 minutes.
26 3-5 seconds.
At Tale Field, New Haven Tale won
the annual track meet from Princeton.
Tale Field by a score of 59 5-6 points
to 44 1-6.
At Iowa City, Iowa Iowa defeated
Northwestern In a track: meet 68 to 44,
the Hawkeyes winning- 11 firsts.
CAXAXEA BALIi PLAYER
RECOVERS FROM FEVER.
Solomonville, Ariz May 9. Lorenzo
Baroldy, after a short visit home to
recover Irom an attack of the fever,
has gone back to Cananea. Lorenzo
plays second base on the Cananea ball
De Shazo Realty Co sold 3000 acres ol
Toyah land 'last week.
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reason to bedleve that the qnaatlty- ex
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suffideat to aiore taaa xapplj- all the
fatnre needs of the city of EI Paso.
From the report of the First Water
Committee, Jaraes G. MeXary, chairman.
COXSTAXT AXD SERIOUS MENACE
'The present condltloadof the city 1
El Paso as to its water sapply repre
sents a constant and serious menace te
the health and property of the people
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first vrater committee, James G. McXary,
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