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ofluri JuniOyii 10 ! Big League Baseball
SI 1 fi M 1 1 ill I Si 8 Ml I rTy J T 1.
iflllr Sir s Infill Inesdays Results
San Francisco, June S. With Little,
his former manager, banished from the
rain ng quarters and notice served
At New York: R.H. E.
St. Louis ...01201100 05 9 2
New York ..02020000 0 1 8 3
Batteries: St. Louis, Lush and
Phelps; New York, Raymond and Wil
son. Umpires, Johnstone and Moran.
upon everybody conected therewith to i At Philadelphia: R. H. E.
fi.- t i 4. . , i tvo,- Chicago 0 0000000 0 0 3 0
vee that he !s kept out, Jack Johnson j phila o 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 x 1 5 0
added another day's training: Tuesday Batteries: Chicago, Mclntyre and
by doing road work oniy. The weather LrVrcher; Philadelphia, Stack and Moran.
in the afternoon was too cold for any- Umpires, Rigler and Emslie.
tnmg in the gym line. That was post- j
poned until Wednesday.
Still fearful that he is taking off
weight too fast. Johnson, jogged over
his 12 mile road work Tuesday. On
the return he took a plunge in the cold
breakers, then armed up by some
leisurely gymnasium work. The re
mainder of the day he loafed around
the quarters. The champion seems de
termined to manage himself and says
lie will not negotiate for a new man
ager until after the big fight.
Flanagan as Manager.
Acording to a signed statement is
sued by Johnson, Tom Flanagan, who
has been assisting the negro in his
training, will act as his business man
ager until July 5. which is believed to
signify that Johnson will simply act as
his own manager, with Flanagan or Sig.
Hart doing the clerical work only. Fol
Jowing is Johnson's signed statement:
"Tom Flanagan will help me manage
At Boston: R. H. E.
Pltsburg 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 6 2
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 1
Game called at end of seventh on ac
count of rain.
Batteries: Pittsburg, Leifield and
Simons; Boston, Brown and Graham.
Umpires, Kltjm and Kane. f
At San Antonio R. H. E.
Houston 2 5 2
San Antonio 4 4 2
Batteries: Houston, tchell and
Burch; San Antonio, Griffin and Yants.
At Waco R. H. E.
Galveston . 4 7
Waco T I. 2 3
Batteries: Galveston, Garber and
Braun; Waco, Loudell, Gordon and Jeffries.
At Fort Worth-
jgp ir uypui u it cut!
4, HI w2- a train thai sets the nace for other trams---something If
III Sgyji in advance of anything else in the Southwest is j
Dallas 1 4 1
Fort Worth 4 11 1
Batteries: Dallas, Evans, Onslow and
Esmoran; Fort "Worth, Weatherford and
Green. Umpire Westervilt.
Second game R- H. E.
Dallas 2 6 2
Fort WcJrth 0 3 1
Batteries: Dallas, Dale and Onslow;
. Fort Worth, Latimere and Green.
At Brooklyn: R. H. E.
Cincinnati .00010000 0 033
Brooklyn ..0 0320500 x 10 9 2
Batteries: Cincinnati, Bebee and
darker Brooklyn, Barger and Bergen.
Umpires. O'Day and Brennan.
At Detroit: R. H.E.
Washington .0 1001000 0 2 S 0
Detroit. . ..0 0031000 x i 4 0
Batteries: Washington, Reisiling and
Street; Detroit, Ivllllan and Schmidt.
Umpires, O'Loughlin and Perrine.
At Shreveport R- H. E.
Oklahoma City 4 7 3
Shreveport 2 4 2
Batteries: Oklahoma City, Chelette,
Crawson, Belts and Druke; Shreveport,
Tesreau and Garvin. Umpire, Matthews.
a train that sets the pace for -other trains- something
in advance of anything else in the Southwest is
At Wichita: Wichita-Topeka
postponed; wet grounds.
my business affairs until July 5 ; While j phUade , hia 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 14
not a prize fighter he is one of the best Cleveland ...i o 2 3 0 0 0 0 x 6
known amateur athletes wfco has ever -d,. di,,,,.,, a0
competed and is respected for his hon
esty and integrity by the press and
public the world over. When the Ma
rathon craze hit the east after the
Olympic games in London in 1908,
Flanagan spent his time and money
developing Tom Longboat, the Canadian
Indian, and other famous runners, and
turning them to the professional ranks
in order to secure good competition. I
am sorry that I cannot have Flanaeran
with me for a longer period, but his j
business interests hi Canada require
his attention, and he yould not con
t Batteries: Philadelphia, Morgan, Liv
ingston and Lapp; Cleveland, Falken
berg and Bemis. Umpires, Evans and
-4 12 0
-0 6 4
At St Louis:
New York ..0 00021010
St. Louis ...00000000 0
Batteries: New York, Vaughn and
Mitchell; St. Louis, Gilligan and Killi
fer. Umpires, Dineen and Connolly.
-. At Chicago: " R. H. E.
Boston ...010122000000 1 7 12 4
sent to- absent himself from them any ; cafo.o 0 0 0 0 0 0-6 93
lnner " I iiauciiM. .uvsaiuu, viv.uitc utu a.i
Georjre Little, deposed manager, was
loud in prognostications of what he
would do, and again wanted chief of
police Martin to interfere, which the
Jattcr refused to do. Little says, how
ever, he'll stop the fight at all "hazards.
I " if 5
rigan; Chicago, Scott; and Block. Um
pires, Kerrin and Sheridan.
Atlanta - 5
New Orleans 3
Birmingham ... 2
Mobile . .3 1
Ben Lomond, June S. Nothing more
Interesting than a game of handball
featured the excitement at the Jeffries
training camp Tuesday. Jeff and Jim
At Denver R.H.E.
St Joseph 10000150 0 7 12 3
Denver 2 0000000 0 2 7 2
Batteries: St. Joseph, Baker and Shea;
Hagerman, Adams, Hammond and Mc-Murray.
At Sioux City R. H. E.
Des Moines ..10300011 1 7 16 1
Sioux City ...0 1000000 0 1 6 2
Batteries: Des Moines, Owens and
Bachant; Sioux City. McLean and Miller.
This limited train of unlimited comforts is brilliantly lighted throughout,
and equipped with Pullmans that are just a little finer than any previously
built -bigger ladies' toilet rooms---dental lavatories---sliding window
screen---electric fans---electric berth lights both in upper and lower berths,
observation library car---and diners.
The Golden State Limited, with its well known companion train
At Omaha R. H. E.
Omaha 41110110 x 9 17 4
Lincoln 0 0200000 0 2 S 1
Batteries: Omaha, Hollenbeck and
Gonding; Jones and Sullivan.
At Portland R. H. E.
Los Angeles 1 2 5
Portland 7 3 1
Batteries: Los Angeles, Wheeler and
Smith; Portland, JCrapp and, Fish.
At San Frincisco R. H. E.
Oakland 4 5 1
San Francisco 0 6 4
Batteries: Oakland, Lively and Mitze;
San Franoisco, Ames and Easterly.
Gives the Southwestern System two fast limited trains daily between
At Syracuse: Columbia, 1; Syracuse, 4.
At Cambridge. The Harvard-Dartmouth
game wassailed off in the fourth
inning on account of a storm, Harvard.
1, Dartmouth, 0.
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
By Horace H. Shelton.
"Cy" Watson is again with the Hous
ton team and able to play. He -will
-helpconsidfirably In the tight places
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epecteo ooxing stunt, took" the other
form oj; amusement to entertain tue
large tfSt disappointed -crowd of fight
fans who came down frotm 'Frisco to see
the former champion and the undefeat
ed one don tlie mitts. This makes twice
that the boxfing bout has been called
Rumors are rife now concerning a
ruction between Jeffries and Sam Ber
ger, his manager, following the example
set by the opposition camp. Although
no Intimation of any such fact has been
giveai out, yet the presence of Jack
Gleason and referee Eddie Graney at
the camp has I given rise to a lot ot
talk owing to the antipathy existing
between the referee and Berger. Jeffries,
however, is cool as a encumber and
nothing can be gleaned fror:'him but
a broad smile.
O SPORTLETS. &
Tom Corbett has been appointed by
Tex Rickard as betting commissioner
on the coming Jeff-Johnson fight. He
will handle all moneys bet upon the
Burch, of the Buffaloes, is showing fine
form as a catcher. He is developing
Into one of the best in the league.
In the three games played some time
ago by Oklahoma City" against Dal
las a new record for the Texas league
In the way of batting was established.
hibition his associates are making of
Mowry leads the Houston team in
batting and is easily one of the best
men on the team.
White, center fielder for the Okla
homa Indians, is playing a very con
sistent game of ball.
Milton -Pokorney, who is having his
secona year in league oaseDaii as
The Indians made 41 hits, got 13 bases srortstop for the Guthrie Senators, is
on balls, one player was hit by a proving the sensation of the Western
pitched ball, there were three sacrifice association.
hits and 13 errors. This netted 31 runs,
or an average of more than 10 runs to The Dallas Giants will open in San
the game. Even then Dallas did not Antonio on next Sunday. The Bron
do so bad as the team got 27 hits and
20 runs in the three games.
All of the Texas teams are now play
ing in south Texas and with the ex
ception of Houston most of them off
their home grounds are losing
Shelton has left the Dallas team to
"ve , tlTiaofl X t,ii.r, n I second to third 'In the Dallas lineup
ness. He has promised to return to .
i-v ,7 i .,,,. oi i,r and tforan is covering second.
Dallas during the summer and give i c
chos are hoping to fatten their aver
ages at the Giants' expense.
Hirsch has been farmed out by the
Dallas Giants to Tulsa, Okla., in the
Western association. Lallier has been
unconditionally released and is look
ing for a berth in the brush leagues.
Heine Maag has been shifted from
and Kansas CityK
El Paso and St. Louis
111 raso and Chicago
Reduced rates to many points in the JLast and North. Full information reg
any trip---cost of ticket, schedule, etc., will be gladly furnished by
City Ticket Agent
have the strongest infield in the
lfeague. Salms at first, Truesdale at
second, Hill at sljort and Bell at third, j
All are fast hitters and good fielders. .
j ! j Frankie is
' t with Dallas
now playing a fast game
CACTUS LEAGUE DOPE.
Stinton and Firestine lead the v
Bronchos in hitting, both having a per- ; v
centage of .278. Stinton had done more j
slugging, however, getting several-home
runs and scoring more runs than his
By X. 31. Walker.
(Continued from Page 10).
the team the advantage of some of his
Noyes, third baseman for the Okla-
rosult and has the privilege of sending excellent coaching He is too good a j hQma jdi is doi SQme
assistants through the crowd at the business man to play baseoall even at , WQrk fQr h-s team HeIg fieldin& al
The fact that San Antonio beat them
j four straight put quite a crimp in the
Galveston Sand Crabs to their race for
the pennant. The Islanders did hot
ter than that with the Houston cham
Umpire Bibb, of the Soutnwest Texas
Baseball league, hoTds the championship
for blanket fines. In a recent game he
fined all 11 men of the Beeville team
j each $5 because they simultaneously
kicked on one of. his decisions. And he
made the fines tick.
Still after 'em. Muskogee has sold
pitcher Robert Ray to the St. Louis
Browns, Ray to report immediately in
the hope that he can help pull the
team from its present rut. The fans
and newspapers are unmercifully
roasting the team and something's got
to be done to hold any business at all.
It's all going to the Cardfnals.
The first big bet on the fight has
been made. Irving Weil, of St. Joseph,
"Mo- has wired commissioner Corbett
?3500 to bet against 5000 that John
son will -win. It's expected that Cor
bett tII1 be busj raking In the shekels
from now until the glorious Fourth.
In a 10 round bout with Frank Con
Ipv at Los Angeles Tuesday night,
Owen Moran received the newspaper
decision. It is said the bout was a
rather tame affair.
Timely ringing of the gong was all
that saved Charley Griffin, of Australia,
from a knqekout Tuesday night in the
second round of his bout with Bant
Dorsey, of Albany, at the New York
state capital. It went the regulation 10
rounds, which were remarkably fast,
Dorsey getting the decision.
Bant Dorsey of Albany, won from
Charley Griffin of Australia in ten fast
founds last night at Albany, N. Y. Thu
bell saved Griffin in the second round.
a ianci saiarj. n.c w au uila.uiw rnf - v.;f o, n -..,. .-
to take off enough flesh to get into j Qn thebases. b
,,.-.! Luther Burleson, one of the scouts
Drucke. the Texan, was beaten Sat- for theCallas Giants, has taken to the
urday by Cincinnati. He was relieved i hrush id- order to scare up same fflew
by Raymond, but that wonder did no J material for that team. Billy Doyle, an-
better. j other scout of the team, is also poking
! rnls nose around Ohio nvith the same end
Three new pitchers haveoeen signed in -lew. The Dallas team 'is certainly
oy uaiias. xney are jiz xune., ui.m neea ot-jiew material
the Mobile club "6f the Southern
Third baseman Lallier has been driv
en his unconditional release by the
Dallas Giants. Pitcher Hirsch has been
farmed out to the Tulsa, Okla., club.
Third baseman Wetzel, recently pur
cliased by the Galveston club from
Montgomery, Ala., team will report for
duty at once. He will strengthen a
weak spot in that team.
get away with the decisions without the
bone iheadedness to believe that he
has to bully the players to keep them
from taking advantage of him. He is
a clean cut chap -with a firm chin and
he has a pleasamt ' personality which
should make friends for him and also
make the players respect him and his
decisions. Rather than have any more
Mackey mixups on the local grounds
it would be better to have a visiting
player umpire the game.
To show what a loyal bunch of sports j
the Bisbee bunch are the El Paso boys j
said they hooted the questionable de-
cisions in Bisbee's favor even louder i
than the El Paso crowd and protested
against such umpiring.
Cananea comes Saturday for a two
days session of prospecting with the
Mavericks. After having taken the two
games straight from the Demons, of
Douglas town, they are coming over
this way with their feathers still on
Eli Cates is going good up in the Des
Moines club of the Western league .and
he is getting away with his names to
the credit of himself and the town
which claims his services.
party. Aside from the party crowd,
many will journey to 'Frisco by them
selves and see the match. Independently.
It was with considerable satisfaction
that the reports of the Cananea game
were read with little' Fat Wylie as the
hero who escues the leading female
It is written in the dream book that
El Paso is due to see some exciting
baseball during the remainder of the
won in the ni
Bisbee Sunday, the Mavericks and Ma- j eran Kane and ot the better of the ar-
roons played a nothing to ditto game t sunient.
up to the ninth and then Bisbee up and I
won it with a little timely hitting at MANY HL PASOANS
us niggea eujje ol ue. inning, it was
season. Going Uhe two I frOTO the ames. The little California
inth" games one better at I BIIllK,n ""n the distance against vet-
declared by the local fans who went
over to the game that the finish was as
exciting as has ever been seen in these
parts and ithat the entire game was a
Twenty-seven home runs have been j splendid exhibition of the national
Alex Dupree, formerly
Worth, Houston and San Antonio, is . '
with the Guthrie aggregation, of the , Lionel Moise, of Dallas, has been
Western association. He is leading the i f ected . caPtaln tof the 191 baseball
nitchers in that association. " "" ",c "- oi tne south,
Abstein, who was replaced on the
St. Louis Browns by Newnam, will go
to Jersey City. This is announced as
official. It Las been rumored that he
would land on almost every team in
the big league", as well as several of
Now that the Bronchos are in second
place they are developing pennant as
pirations. The outcome of the series
with Houston will probably show what
char-e, if any, they have of finishing
in first place.
made on the San Antonio grounds this
season. AK over the fence and t
fence sets back some distance also
Imc-hpt Y&tes of the St. Louis Na- With Dallns lavinir n nnnri,- k,; ! season. Ah over the fence and the
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tionais, ana a conege pucner wiiuic mm pitcuer &nontz is not leading the
name is not given. Torrey was foi-m- j Texas league in pitcning, but he is by
erly with Galveston. Yates is only a : far the best pitcher just the same,
"loan," as Bresnahan "wants to keep a ;
string on him, as he considers him a . 'Kaphan, until he was recently in
likely player. - jured, led the Sand Crab team in hit-
f " Un-fr his average being .252. He also
with Fort naa a perfect record in fielding.
The present series between the Hous
ton Buffaloes and the San Antonio
Bronchos are the focus of theTexas
baseball world. Before the four games
are over xl will probably be possible
for the wise fans to dope out the pen
game. One of the directors of
TO J3EE THE SGEAP
According to alk about town a good
ly bund. f El Pasoans will be at
the ringside for the Jeffries-Johnson
the battle July 4. and efforts are now lp-
ciud saia tnat the Bisbee bunch were .- .-,. - . . T.
A. A. and G. H. Cox, lanchman of Van
Horn, Texas, are guests at the Zeiger
and will remain in the city several days.
The Cox brothers own one of the largest
ranches in the Van Horn district.
entitled to the pup, "for they are as
scruare s a Mason's trowel and play ball
from the barrier." Much to the ragcet
of the local team and and its loyal
ones, the Bisbee club does not. return
here for an engagement for more than
a month uules a vacant date can be
arranged for them.
Frank Truesdale is now playing with
Dallas after having hi? spring work
out with St. Louis. Houston protested
the deal which landed Frank in the
Dallas town club, but the national com-
l. mission sanctioned the deal and
Lee Walker, connected with tha
Greene Cattle Co., at Hereford, Ariz.
passed through El Paso Tuesday on his
way to Brady, Tex., where he will visit
his mother. Mr. Walker has been in
Arizona about a year, being connected,
for -a time with one of the Bi-sbee papers.
EAST BALL PLAYER
ing made to reserve seats for them.
If porsiWe a special car will be se
cured should enough care to gc to war
rant it. The car win ue run tnrougn
to 'Frisco with as little delay as pos
sible. In all probability- between 30
and 40 will make the trip in view ot J
the low rates that will be in vogue at I
that time. j
Art Woods is in communication witn
the promoters of the fight now. and j
upon their answer much "depends, as j
it will then be known how many seats '
they can let the boys have, -nhich will I
aTro settle the number to make up the I
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Fred Tenney. formerly of the Boston
and New York National league base
ball teams, who has just signed as
first baseman and captain of the Low
ell, New England, .league team. Ten
ney has long been a prominent figure
in the major leagues, but was forced
to -retire from fast company on account
of trouble with his feet.
Johnnie Evers, of the Cubs, had a
run-in -with umpire Rigler the other
day and is now enjoying a three-day
lay-off. When a player mixes with
the scrappy Rigler, he's generally
liable to hear from it.
Instead of gymnasium work, there
was a musicale at Johnson's training
With the score 1 to 0 in favor of
Harard he Harvard-Dartmouth gam" . Heine Maag is doing very nice work
was called off in the fourth inning on Karger, a Texan, recently pitched f0r Dallas at second base The fans
amount of a storm at Cambridge Tue- j for Boston aga4nst the St. Louis i,aVe quit hammering the little Dutch
day, i Browns, but was batted out of the mai since he has"been doiiig such .nice
A. Belmont's Trap Rock, carrying 125 J box. His opponent -was Bill Bailey, work,
pounds easily won the Hudson stakes ! ivho did not do any. better." ' i
of 3500 Tuesday at Gravesend. : Rileyof the Galveston team hi a
Bill Graham, who went from Texas record of two home runs, two triples
to St. Louis, lias now lost six straight J and 11 two base hits,
games, all he has pitched. The Browns
J are now figuring on sending him back -- "u"e neaaer was plavei at rii
to the brush. The lanky southpaw ! vesion by two amateur teams for Kap
did well last year. ! han's benefit on Sunday. Quite a laree
o . ! sum as taken in. He is still confined
r-atay u,f -rri, i. t . I to the hospital with .is v.!,.,, i.
quarters Tuesday afternoon. Johnson j ATV,.t -,. ' t . , . i
v,juiB riiiuw ..o jmv ... t , - eiiu Aiue vjijgj,, tne Texan, to
Cabell and" Cha in a five . nager Smith, of Buffalo, announces p?ov tVToo UfTL'
match on the Washington park bowling J J1?? " has turned do an offer of " tor ,,hn
alleys Wednesday night. " , . oul"eitier emme. of tho-f No.t one of the Texas niv ,,
fuu,uo team y tne boston Red Sox. hv filevlanil . r. i:. "1'"
Henline is one of the fleetest and Between the teams more than 10 nlfvor
hardest hitting gardeners of that , were drafted from this teaVue taJtS?
league. He placed in the south last -fcue last jear.
year, where Smith discoYered him. Hunter Hill is still out of the -ame
rn. . . I , ""ith Houston on account of his umpire
CoyJe is about the only player with baiting habit, Truesdale and Salms
the Fort Worth Panthers who is play- have joined the team. This has
ing up to the standard Just now. TTe I strengthened it verv matftriniu- xv.ii.
i keens a stiff upper lip, despite the ex- j Hill back in the game the Buffaloes will
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