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The Herald's Sporting News
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WHERE THEY PLAT TUESDAY.
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Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
New York at Pittsburg.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Chicago at NewvYork.
St Louis at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
Cleveland at Boston.
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Big League Baseb
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 7 9 l
Philadelphia 3 6 1;
Batteries Richie and Archer; Ewlng.
Brennan and Doom.
Umpires Rlgler and Emslle.
At St. Louis B. H- E.
Et. Louis 18 1
Brooklyn 2 12 2
Batteries Backman, Sallee and
Phelps; Scanlan, Wilhelm, Bell and Er
win. Umpires Johnstone and Mbran.
At Cincinnati P. H. E.
Boston .........--..-.. 3 9 1
Cincinnati - 4 7 Z
Batteries Mattern, Frock and Smith; j
Suggs and McLean. j
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At Omaha R. H. E.
Wichita 3 7 8
Omaha --- .'.. 1 3 2
Batteries Jarnigan and Shaw; Hol
lenheck and Cadman.
At Des Moines R, H. E.
Des Mjoines 2 6 2
Denver - 1 4 4
Batteries Owens and Hawkins; Olm
Etead and Weaver.
At Sioux City R. H. E. I
Sioux City 4 6 1
St. Joe 5 5 1
Batteries Alderman, McLean and
Towne; Johnson, Swift and Shea.
R. H. E.
Lincoln . 1
Batteries Hagerman, Knapp
Clark; Wright and. Boles.
Jlemphls . . 0
Six innings, rain.
At New Orleins e
New Orleans 3
Atlanta ,.... 4
TALBOT MAKES JpIW
BECORDS FOR A. A. U.
St. Louis, Mo., May 23. Lee J. Tal
bot, of the Kansas City Athletic club,
made three new records at the western
division Amateur Athletic union track
meet and field meet here. He threw
At Galveston R. H. E.
San Antonio 2 5 3
Galveston 4 8 2
Batteries San Antonio, Feeney and
Schan; Galveston, Hlse and Braun.
At Houston 1st game: R. H. E.
Waco 2 6 4
Houston 3 6 3
Batteries Houston, Ogles and Thack
ara; Houston, Mitchell and Burch.
At Houston 2nd game: R. H. E.
Waco 0 6 1
Houston 2 4 2
Batteries Waco, Miller and Gordon;
Houston, Rose and Burch.
Called end 7th, account darkness.
At Fort Worth R. H. E.
Shreveport 1 4 1
Fort Worth 2 5 1
Batteries Shreveport, Howell and
Hennlnger; Fort Worth, Burke and
At Dallas; R. H. E.
Oklahoma City ..- 1 3 1
Dallas 3 8 0
Batteries Oklahoma City, Bandy and
Noyes; Dallas, Shontz and Onslow.
At San Francisco
Morning- game: R. H. E.
Pakland 9 14 2
Portland 1 6 2
Batteries Nelson and Pierce; Steen
Afternoon game: ' R. H. E.
Oakland 3 6 2
Portland 1 3 0
Batteries Moeser and Mltze; Krapp
At Los Angeles ,
First game: R. H. E.
Los Angeles 4 11 1
Vernon 1 8 3
Batteries Wheeler and Smith;
Breckenridge and Brown.
Second game: R, H. E.
Los Angeles 3 5 4
"Vernon -. . . . 5 S 1
Batteries Tozer and Orendorff; Hltt
At Sacramento R. H. E.
San Francisco 5 6 2
Sacramento - 3 6 5
Batteries Henley and Berry; Baum
Oklahoma Ciy at Fort Worth.
Shreveport at Dallas.
San Antonio at Houston.
Waco at Galveston.
HOW THE STAND.
New York .
St. Louis . .
New York ..
San Antonio 31
Oklahoma City . . .'. 34
Fort Worth 32
At Chicago Chicago-Philadelphia
game postponed; rain.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Brooklyn .0 00003000 0 3 8 3
St. Louis .0 00000102 14 10 2
batteries: Brooklyn, Rucker and Er
win; St. Louis, Corridon and Phelps.
Umpires, Johnstone and Moran.
At Galveston R. H. E.
i San Antonio 1
Galveston 6 9 3
Batteries San Antonio, Blandining
and Yantz; Galveston, Hendrickson and
At New York R. H. E.
New York.O 00000000 00 2 1
Pittsburg .000000010 x 1 7 0
Batteries New York, Raymond and
Schlei; Pittsburg. Liefield and Gibson.
Umpires, O'day and Brennan.
At Boston R. H.E.
Boston 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J. 3 12 1
Cincinnati ...00100104 x 6 9 0
Batteries: Boston, Ferguson and
Smith; Cincinnati, Spade and McLean.
Umpires, Klem and Kane.
At Boston Chicago-Boston
At New York R. H. E.
Cleveland 000 10 10200000 0 i 8 2
N. Y. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 8 6
Batteries Cleveland, Llnke and East
erly; Ford and Sweeney. Umpires, Evans
At Detroit ' R. H. E.
Detroit 3 0000010 0 1 9 0
Philadelphia 01010050 x 7 15 2
Batteries: Detroit, Stroud and Stan
age: Atkins and Thomas. Umpires,
Sheridan and Kerln.
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Fresh Eggs, Kn
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Evaporated Cherries, Q g
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Milk, for 6OC
3 pkgs. Kellogg's Corn Og
Elakes, for &DQ
Blue Ribbon Coffee 9P
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Barrington Hall Steel Cut Ji r
Coffee, per lb Tfc U C
4 2-lb. cans Baltimore OP
Tomatoes, for OC
3 2-lb. cans Banquet ?E
Corn, for OC
2 3-Ib. cans Peaches, Pears or
the discus 128 feet 2 jlnches, heaved a
16 pounds shot 45 feet 4 inches, and
threw a 16 pound hammer 162 feet 74
Through Talbot's work the Kansas
City Athletic club scored 56 points and
took first place, and the Missouri Ath
letic club second, with 40 points.
FIREMAN BREAKS FINGER
STOPPING SULLY'S HOT ONE
Harry Ross, one of the firemen at the
central station, used to be a prize
fighfter, but Harry will never make a
baseball player. He admits it. Between
alarms Saturday he and captain J. J.
Sullivan engaged in a little ball game
of their own In the lot back of the fire
station. Remembering the days when
he was a star of the local diamond, Sul
livan wound up his whip and put .too
much English on a pitched ball, which
Ross tried to eaten. The result was that
Harry broke the third finger on his
right hand and is now running around
with the injured member scathed in
bandages. Harry says he would
"rawther" play cricket.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Louis 01000011 03 .7 1
Washington .0 2000000 02 6
Batteries: St. Louis, Gilligan and
Bailey and Stephens; Washington.
Groom and Street. Umpiresr Dineen
At New Orleans: New Orleans, S;
At Montgomery: First game Mont
gomery, 0; Chattanooga, 4.
Second game Montgomerj' 5; Chat
At Birmingham: Birmingham, 2; At
At Mobile: Mobile, 0; Nashville, 2.
At West Point: Fordham, 4; West
At Providence: Brown, 3; Colgate, 0.
At Hanover: Dartmouth, 6; Amherst,
At Midrletown. Tufts. 5; Wesleyan, 1.
At Houston R. H. E.
Waco 2 8 0
Houston 1 3 6 1
Batteries: Waco, Munsell and
Thackara; Houston, Malloy and Burch.
At Fort Worth ,R. H. E.
Shreveport " 0 3 1
,Fort Worth 3 3 1
Batteries: Shreveport, Herbert and
Marvin; Fort Worth, Weatherford and
Game called at end of sixth inning
on account of darkness.
P.- W. L. Pet.
Bisbee 8 6 2 .750
El Paso 10t 5 5 .500
Morenci 6 3 3 .500
Clifton 6 3 3 .500
Douglas 11 5 6 .455
Cananea 9 3. 6 .333
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Big chief Bender, of the Athletics, Is going in great shape this year and
is holding "Connie" Mack and his band right out in front In the American
league race. The Indian pitched a no hit game the other day and giTes
promise of keeping up his splendid work.
At Dallas R. H.E.
Oklahoma City 0 2 1
Dallas 2 8 2
Batteries: Oklahoma City, Dorhan
and Noyes; Dallas, Evans and Onslow.
i Team W.
, PIttsbure: 654
New York 548
St Louis 516
Boston - 379
At Sacramento R. H. E.
Sacramento 1 "..'..' 4 6 0
San Francisco . ..'. 0 3 0
Batteries: Sacramento, " Whalen and
Spiesman; San Francisco, Willis, Wil
liams and Berry.
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Portland 3 8 1
Oakland .-...1 10 1
Batteries: Portland, Gregg and
Fisher; Oakland, Harkins, Christian and
Team ' W.
Philadelphia .-. . r . SOS
New York 704
Cleveland .- ouw
St. Louis 231
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles -. 7 15 2
"Vernon 1 S 2
Batteries: Los Angeles, Nagle and
Orendorff; Yernon, Schaefer, Stovall
At Des Moines R- H. E.
Des Moines.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 x 1 3 0
Wichita 0 0000000 0 0 3 1
Batteries: Des Moines, Sage and
Hawkins; Wichita, Shackelford .and
At Omaha R. H.- E.
Omaha 0 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 I 7 0
Denver 0 0000100 0 1 4 2
Batteries: Omaha, Melter and Gond
ing: Denver, Hagerman and Weaver.
WOULD STOP THE
Presbyteria.il General As
sembly Adopts Resoln- 4
tions of Protest.
Atlantic City, N. J-, May 23. In its
closing hours, the Presbyterian general
assembly adopted strong resolutions
against the Jeffries-Jphnson fight, to
be sent to governor Gillett, of Califor
nia, and probably to be duplicated to
Although the California governor has
repeatedly expressed himself as unable
to interfere, the matter will be laid be
fore him, and Taft may be asked to
cause federal prohibition.
The resolution was introduced by
Rev. F. L. Forbes, of Seattle, Wash., and
"Gov. Jcmes M. Gillett, Sacramento, Cal.:
"The world is looking to you to re
deem your state, the Facific coast, the
whole United States, from the disgrace
the approaching fiht between Jeffries
and Johnson wil fasten upon you and
the state you represent, as well as the
country of which you are a part.
"Virtue, decency and patriotism de
mand that you save your state and our
nation's most sacred birthday fron tho
filth, the vulgarity and brutality of an
Infamous prize fight in the Fourth of
"The morality, respect and education
and nobility of the youth of the land
appeal to you to stop this contest. The
law is in your hands and the public at
large has a right to expect yr?u to
Rev. J. Willis Baer, of California, pre
sented a report received by the Federa
tion club of San Francisco, in which an
opinion from Nathan Newby, a Califor
nia lawyer, to the effect that present
California laws would warrant police or
state officers stopping the fight.
Philadelphia. Pa., May 23. Harvard
rowers won In the eighth annual re
gatta of the American Boating associa
tion on the Schuylkill river Saturday.
The crimson won the first collegiate
eight oared event, d if eating Columbia
and the University of Pennsylvania, and
the Harvard youngsters followed up an
hour later by winning the race for first
eights, the prize for which was the
New York and Philadelphia divided
honors as far as the number of first
places is concerned. Each city won five
firsts. Boston was the only other city
to take a first, Harvard's two victories
going to her credit
No records were broken.
Dope On Texas League Games
Special by Wire to The Herali.
Fort Worth, Tex., May 23. Barke -was Invincible -wlt& kcr ea bases ud
pllehed himself out of several bad holes, into which. Ms otto Tvildaess ynt his,
Sunday. Howell also was effective except Ir the seventh, wiea the locals
bunched enoujjh hits to win.
FASTEST GAMS OF SEASON.
Dallas, Tex., May 23. Three hits bunched ia the sixth save Dallas two rams,
and three more la the sixth gave another. Neither side made a fieldiagr error,
the game being- the fastest seen this season. Shentx allowed oaly three ciasles,
r Andrews, Crowsan and Casey setting one each.
UMPIRE IS BLAMED.
Gnlveston, Tex., 3Iay 23. A feature of SaadaTs same was the ramk de
cisions of umpire Page I affectfed both sides, aad hat for ihe Interference ef
the police, several riots would have occurred. Hlse aad Feesy hoth pitched
a good game.
HOUSTON LEADS LIST.
Houston, Tex., May 23-The Buffaloes romped over "Waco for hoth games
In a double header Sunday, aad now take the lead In the Texas league. I tie
first gttme Ogles held Houston firm uatll the ninth iaalag, his team leading 2
to O. Bell singled. Mlddleton hit ssfe, advancing him to second. "Cer&illl was h
it by the pitcher, filling the bases. Northern singled to left, scoring Bell aad
Mfddleton. Burch bunted and Corfchill scored. la the second game Northers
hit a two bagger, scoring MIddleton and Cockrell, and winning the game.
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G-LOBE WINS FEOM
THE SAFFORD BOYS
Globe, Ariz., May 23. Ramos, the
Benson Industrial school boy, held Saf
ford down to four scattered hitsSunday
for Globe. He would have shut them
out except for two errors by Page at
short in the first.
The score: R.H. E.
Globe 10 11 5
Safford 2 4 6
Batteries: Globe, Ramos and Burek;
Safford, Campbell and Krueger.
DARTMOUTH TVIXS THE
NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP.
Boston, Mass., May 23. By a fraction
of a second and a few inches, Dart
mouth won the 24th New England
championship Saturday. The margin
was only 2-3 of a point. It was Bow
doin which came so close to winning.
The list of points was: Dartmouth, 269i;
Bowdoin, 26i; "Wesleyan was a good
third, with 23 points. Holdman, of
Dartmouth, set a new pole vault mark
by 11 feet 8 inches.
The old record was 11 feet 64 inches.
Dartmouth has now six legs on the
new 15 year cup to 3 for Amherst.
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Clarence says ithat prize fighting la
almost as brutal as duck-on-the-rock.
Rah for Ha'vard!
Jack Johnson did just the proper
thing in tellhjg the fans to use their
transfers. There are too many know-it-alls
in the world. They're worse than
Mystery: How ddd a punch in the bread
basket give Kit Cotton a bloody mouth?
The five cruising motor boats are
on their way "In the race from Phila
delphia to Havana. They were off at
12:45 Saturday afternoon.
If chief of pdlice Martin of San Fran
cisco does what he says he will do, it
will be weH for fans, fights and fight
ers. But will he?"
Major and minor league clubs are
using a new ball this season, although
few know it. The new "little round
thing" is made with a cork center in
stead of a rubber one. It is said to be
Dandelion, S. C. Hlldreth's eightyear
old race horse, died at Sheepshead Bay.
He was by Hamsburg out of Pansy.
Honors of the annual track meet at
rh?rnero Saturdav went to the Univer
sity of "Wisconsin over the University 1
of Chicago, SO to 46 points.
Prize fighting begins to appear like '
footbali. Lew Powell's elbow must be
very pointed and hard, for George Mem
sic fractured his arm on it at Vernon
Sixteen schools were entered at Des
Moines Saturday in the annual Iowa
state high school meet. West Des
Moines high won witu 27 points. Iowa
City was second with 14 points, ( and
Cedar Rapids a close third with 14.
Jimmy Clabby, of Milwaukee, had the
better of Young Loughrey, in a sis
round go at Philadelphia Saturday
night- Clabby met the local fighter be
fore the National Athletic club.
At Columbia, Mo., Saturday, Kansas
State university track team defeated
Missouri State by the score of 55 to
Forty-five cars representing 17 dif
ferent makes, have been entered for the
Indianapolis motor speedway race next
Friday. The entries will run over 50.
Mayor Busse la going to appeal ths
mandamus suit brought to compel him
to issue a permit for the Gotch-Zbysske
wrestling match. Busse is right if hia
action is based on the fact that wrest
ling is more brutal than prize fight
ing. James J. Corbett Is on his way to
Jeffries's training camp. That's glad
Jeffries hooked three big ones Satur
day morning. No, Clarence, not sparring
partners, fish, f-i-s-h.
MEMSIO BREAKS ABM
IN POWELL FIG-HT
Vernon Arena, Cal.. May 23. At the
close of the fourth round Lew Powell,
of San Francisco, stopped a right swing
with his elbow, breaking the arm of
George Memslc, of Los Angeles, in a
fight here Saturday. Examination made
In Memsic's corner showed a fracture
of the right arm between the wrist and
the elbow, and referee Eyton awarded
the fight to the San Francisco fighter.
The four rounds were even and gave
promise of interesting milling. Mem
slc scored a clean knockout in the first
30 seconds or fighting and drew first
blood a little later when he rapped Pow
ell on the lips. In the next three rounds
Powell jirbbed the local man rrequently
with his left and had the blood flowing
from his nose. Memslc showed groat
improvement In boxing ability over bis
last meeting with Powell. ' They met
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