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The Herald's Sporting Mews
B-n Lomond, Cal.. June 9. Critics
who have followed .Teffriess training
perations closely are of the opinion
that the fighter has improved 50 per
cent in the last two weeks, and they
attribute his. remarkable gain chiefly
to the big fellow's recently acquired
cheerfulness. Jeffries himself is en
tirely satisfied with the present con
dition and declares if his battle with
Johnson were but 10 days off, he would
be in perfect trim. "Short or long
fighV said Jeffries today, "I will be
prepared. Anyone who thinks 1 win
likely tire easily is fooling himself.
could fight all day if necessary
There's nothing wrong with Sam mer
ger and no change of managers is even
tlnught of, much less discussed. ?-"-gi-t
of an interview given out ly Ju
ries "Wednesday night.
Jeff places the blame' on trouble
makers or would be bearers of tills title
who make their hepdo.-ar-ors at the
otrei camp. H id.
'Trouble makers would like to see
this camp in the air like the other
fellows. After this I am not going to
pay anv attention to the rumors. We
are just a happy family down here
now and nobody is going to break up
Aside from admitting authorship to
the foregoing Jeff proceeded to so be
labor Bob Armstrong, his colored sparr
ing partner, that the latter's counten
ance was dyed a brilliant crimson at
the end of three rounds. His work was
th? fastest he has yet shown and he
landed frequently on Armstrongs
mouth. After this he wrestled a short
time with Farmer Burns, then put in
some time with the neck machine. A
climb of Ben Lomond completed the
AEEIYE ON SCENE
San Francisco, Cal., June 9. Sport
scribes from the east are already arriv
ing on the scene and will remain until
after the big battle July 4. Several ol
them from Chicago and Boston arrived
Wednesdav and watched the workout
at Jack Johnson's training camp.
Eight rounds comprised the program.
George Cotton stood It for five and then
-Walter Monahan. a local heavyweight,
donned the mitts. He made the cnam
uian extend himself several times, much
to the delight of the large crowd present
which included mayor John Kelly, su
pervisor Johnny Hegert (young Mitch
ell) chairman of the police commission,
and supervisor William Pugh.
Before beginning boxing, Johnson
poked the medicine ball into the faces
of a number of visitors, then broke the
puwlrfns hag from its moorings witn
a few wallops. Johnson was in good
humor and nobody would have thought
that there had recently been an internal
upheaval at the camp. LJttle was as
one forgotten, and everything was ap
parently just perfectly lovely.
Al Kaufman, who is soon to fight Sam
Langford here, took up his quarters at
Jack Johnson's camp this morning and
will train there.. The arrival of Kauf
man means heavy work for Johnson.
For the next week or 10 days they are
expected to don the gloves often in ring
Jolmson is vastly pleased oyer the
prospects of lively sparring clashes
-with the brawny blacksmith, and seems
to have forgotten all about his mana
gerial troubles. ine guiueii amuc
cnce more in evidence.
A.,.-b.j.4.."i'4",&,,'?' ,"' 4"""r
Davy Jones. Detroit's lert gardener,
usually a quiet, dignified sort of chap,
has at last broken Into the limelight
which most of them hit sooner or later.
After Wednesday's game with Wash
ington he proceeded to assault manager
McAleer, and players had to pull them
Billy Papke, who has been In Chi
cago a week waiting for a fight, will
be gratified. He has been matched
with Al Goodale, a Chicago lad, for 10
Tounds June 14, at catch weights.
Pitcher Wormwood, of the Fall River
team in the New England league, set
the eastern record Wednesday Tor a.
"no hit, no run" game. Worchester
was the opposing team and Fall River
won, 1 to 0, in the 11th inning. The
ovorld's record for such a game is ac
credited to pitcher Torrey, of the Win
chester, Ky., team in the Blue Gras3
league, who on May 10, 1909, pitched
17 innings without allowing a hit or a
Tommy Burns is going to furnish
some doings around Labor Day time.
He's been matched to fight Sam Lang
fnrd at Los Angeles, for a purse of
$23,000, to be divided CO percent to
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Burns and 40 percent to Langford, win,
lose or draw. Joe "Woodman signed
the articles for Langford and Charles
Eyton will referee.
Schneiberg, a twirler formerly tried
out by Detroit, made his National
league debut with Brooklyn "Wednes
day and what Cincinnati did to him
was a plenty. Four hits, four passes,
one hit hy a pitched ball and a wild
pitch netted seven runs.
St. Louis Browns coming up
tually got away with an eight round
4 to 4 session against the New York
Gsing Somes "Wednesday. "Warhop and
"Texas Bill" Bailey were the oppos
ing twirlers and rain prevented tho
Johnson says he will exchange man- i
agers with Jeffries if the latter does
not like Sam Berger, and the cham
pion thinks he'd get the best of the
bargain by a long shot. Nothing sa
vored of Little, however, around John
son's quarters Wednesday. Guess the
cops told him to keep away.
"West Paint made 20 runs off the
Colgate university twirling talent
Wednesday, on their home grounds.
Aunt Polly, oldest horse now In
training on the race courses, captured
the last race Wednesday at Bu'ena "Vis
ta course at Salt Lake, being backed
8 to 1 on account of her good showing
Johnnie Coulon. of Chicago, cham
pion bantamweight, had his revenge
last night at New York for the beating
he got some weeks ago from Frank
Burns, of Jersey City. The men fought
10 rounds and although Buns was as
fast and clever as ever. Coulon out
gamed and outfought him.'
J. C. Mars made two flights last night
at Topeka In his Curtiss biplane, ending
the second with a glide from a helghf
of 200 feet and landing easils within a
few feet of his starting place.
Eddie Graney will referee the fight
between Sam Langford and Al Kauf
man in San Francisco on June IS.
Graney was chosen at a meeting last
night between Joe "Wood, representing
Langford. and Bod Deady, Kaufman's
representative, and promoter Louis'
At Latonia, Ky., Wednesday jockey
Glasner was kicked in the head when
Tritona fell In fhe fourth, and suf
fered a concussion of the brain. ,'H:s
condition is critical.
In Al Goodale, a Chicago siiter,
Cas "Welch has finally landed an oppo
nent for Billy Papke. The pair will
battle for 10 rounds June 14. They
will clash at catchweights.
G-TJYNUP TO DOUG-LAS
Cananea, Mex., June 9. Guynup, who
played first base for the Cananea ball
team prior to the opening of the
scheduled season, but who has been on
the bench most of the time since, has
been sold to the Douglas Demons. The
deal was consummated here. It is un
derstood that the price paid for him
was $250 gold. Guy will hold down
the first bag for the Demons, a posi
tion which he is qualified to fill.
What Benjamin SAYS
I have been off looking for those two
jrameK the El Paso team was goinp: to
win from Bisbee.
OFFICERS RETURN WITH
TWO BOYS FOR CHIHUAHUA
Jesus Cruz and Pedro Real, charged
with robbing the till of a gaming table
at a Chihuaua festival, were taken, back
to the state capital Wednesday by of
ficers. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
ish sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system. Sold
by all dealers.
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At Boston: First game R. H. E.
Pittsburg. ..0 0000000 0 0 2 0
Boston 00002200 x 4 5 i
Batteries: Pittsburg. Camnitz and
Simon; Boston, Curtis and Graham. Um
pires, Klem and Kane.
At Boston: Second game
R. H. E.
-3 7 2
Pittsburg 0001000100 1
Boston 2000000 UOUU z o o
Batteries: Pittsburg, Adams and
Gibson; Boston, Mattern and Riardan.
Umpires, .Klem and Kane.
At Philadelphia: R. H. E.
Chicago. .1.0 1001220 37 10 3
Phil.idelnhia 00000200 2 3 5 4
Batteries: Chicago, Cole and Archer; t
Philadelphia, Sparks andDooin.
pires, Rigler and Emslie.
At New York: , R. H. E.
St. Louis ...0 0000000 00 5 1
New York.-.l 10 2 0 0 12 x 7 15 0
Batteries: St. Louis,' Corridon and
Phelps; New York, Ames and Meyers.
Umpires, Johnstone and Moran.
R. H. E.
0 2 13 16 2
00000020 0 2 9 2
Batteries: Cincinnati, Burls ana .uc
Lean; Brooklyn, Rucker and Erwln. Um
pires, O'Day and Brennan.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. -
At Cleveland: H. H. E.
Philadel. ...3 0 2 0 0 0 G 0 213 17 1
Cleveland ..0 0010000 0 1 5 5
Batteries: Philadelphia, Bender and
Lapp; Cleveland, Berger, Doane and Be
mis. Umpires. Egan and Evans.
At Detroit: R- H. E.
Washington 00100000 0 1 7 1
Detroit 0 0000221 x 5 8 0
Batteries: Washington, Groome and
Street; Detroit, Sumners and Schmidt.
Umpires, O'Loughlin and Perriu.
At St. Louis: R- H. E.
New York 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 i 5 2
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 2
Batteries: New York, Warhop and
Mitchell; St. Louis. Bailey and Killi
fer. Umpires, Connolly and Dlneen.
Game called end of 7th inning on ac
count of rain.
At Chicago: R- H- E-
Boston. . ..010020010000 4 10
Chicago. . .0020010 1000 15 6 2
Batteries: Boston, Smith and Carri
gan; Chicago, Smith and Payne. Um
pires, Sheridan and Kerin.
At Nashville Nashville 3, Mobile 2.
At Atlanta Atlanta 3. Birmingham 0.
At Chattanooga Chattanooga S,
At Memphis Memphis 0, New Or
At West Point Army 20, Colgate 4.
At Cambridge Princeton 4, Holy
At Providence Brown 2, University
of Pennsylvania 1.
At New Haven Yale 1, Syracuse 2.
ANANEA spvs it 'is all a pipe
' 'tt thp'ia riisspnsion In the
Copper Camp club and that e'-
ervthing is as merry as a steam swing
down Ronquillo way. This statement Is
backed up by a sworn certified copy
of the facts in the case, attested by
one James M. Lawson, whoever James M.
happens to be. Rheinhardt's release and
Guynup's trade to Douglas notwith
standing, the Cananea club is a ' unit
in strength and spirit, the Cananea fans
assert, and their assertion goes, as they
are on the ground and know. No rea
son has yet been given for Rheinie's re-
lease as shortstop although Guynup
was allowed to go to Douglas because
one of the Whaling boys, Burt by name,
is playing first satisfactory to the
manasrers. It will be no pud. for El
Paso to lick the boys from Sonora
Saturday and Sunday, for thejr have
.taken an awfully -stiff brace lately
and huncr it on Douglas two straights.
Bj way -of comment, would it not be
rubbing it In a bit to have little Fat
Boy Wylie come up out of the hills
and serve up a package of citrus fruit
to his old classmates on the Maverick
team now wouldn't it?
"Hello, Herald office? How did Chi
cago come out today?"
"Chicago, 7; Philadelphia, 3."
"Guess that Chicago club is up and
doing with the lark, eh?"
"Some little team that, Hammett."
For the name in the last line -may
be substituted Morrow, Schwartz, Sam,
or any other Cub fan. It's an every day
Little McCarty, the kid of the local
club, has been given his release. This
is nothing against Mac, for he was
holding his own against an old and
faster bunch 'than he had ever stacked
up with before and his experience that
At San Antonio R. H. E.
Houston 2 7 2
San Antonio 4 S 3
Batteries Houston, Eubanks and
Burch; San Antonio, Billiard and
At Waco R. H. E.
Galveston 2 5 1
Waco - 0
Batteries Galveston, Hise
Braun; Waco, Miller and Gordon.
At Fort Worth-
R. H. E
Dallas 9 1
CULL Ul 111 ..........'........ J i.
Batteries Dallas, Randall and On-T
slow; Fort Worth, Deardorff and Green.
T7"i TTTT. 1 H
At Shreveport R. K. E.
Oklahoma City 1 4 4
Shreveport 2 5 4
Batteries Oklahoma City. Bandy,
Chelette and Druckee; Shreveport, Ash
ton and Hennlr.ger.
.. i -r -r- TT.!!irrand stand.
Omaha 5 9 i
tjmana. o -
Lincoln i 13 2
Batteries McCafferty, Stower and
Gondlng; McGrath and Clark.
At Wichita R. H. E.
Topeka 3 S 1
Wichita . - T. r. .: ?--.i-. '4 ST"0
Batteries Wright and "Kerris; Jarni
gan and Shaw.
At Denver R H. E.
St. Joseph 4 S 4
Denver 11 S 0
Batteries Johnson, Watson and
Shea; Schreiber and Weaver.
At Sioux City Sioux City-Des Aroints
game postponed; wet grounds.
At Los Angeles R. H. H.
Vernon 5 6 3
Sacramento - 4 S 4
Batteries Hitt. Carson an'l lTogan;
Xourse, Fitzgerald and Spiesman.
At San Francisco . R. H. E.
Oakland 2 10 2
San Francisco 6 11 2
Batteries Moser and Mitze; Henley
At Portland R. H. E.
Los Angeles 6 12 2
Portland 3 5 1
Batteries Tozer and H. Smith; Gar
rett, Gregg and Fisher.
3ASEDALL AT ROSWELL.
Roswell, N. M., June 9. The Santa Fe
railroad baseball team, of Albuquerque,
is expected here to play the Roswell
nine Friday and Saturday.
he has gained with the Mavericks will
! P"t him in line for a better position
! than he otherwise could have landed
;'uul " !' C1U"
uuiiicucu iuc jjcl. ivu i-ticx- iui i lit; iil
tie fellow, who is not yet of the legal
voting age and the Inevitable happened.
To be released from as fast a team as
the El Paso club Is no disgrace and
the little black haired boy should have
no trouble in getting on in a club that
has not 3-et hit so fast a gait.
From the same general direction,
young Locklnvar is reported to have
come, reports are drifting tills way that
Cincinnati has released Wingo Ander
son and that the left handed Texas
product is now open for an engagement
with thevninors. No verification of this
j report can be had as Win
o kid has
not been in the lineuD for spmi rinc
and the official scorers are verv care-
less about giving the lineup on the
bench. Should Anderson be turned
adrift on the broad sea of baseball, an
effort will be, made to land him back
here in time for the annual baseball
tournament, which will wind up the sea-
son; that Is if some minor association
does not graD 011 tne nusky chap with
the nreaic Dan anu make a winning j
pitcner out ut mm.
Douglas has shifted again to accom
modate the long person with the Guy
nup name who is to play the quarter
post position for the Demons. Dinny
ford will be shifted to second, Carison,
who never did show any too much apti
tude for the second sack position, has
been slated for mister Rube Walters's
place in right field and the rural one
will be "benched for pitching purposes.
This shift, together with fiho team
work drill which the club is getting
everv afternoon at the Doucrlas nark lc
expected to be the medicine needed to
Thursday, June 9. 1910. The Herald's Sporting News
make a winning team out of the De
mons, who have been unable to "deme"
in the way they are wont to do. It
is both games from Bisbee Saturday
and Sunday for the glory of Douglas
and the benefit of the grand stand fund,
say the smelter city chaps. Let's see,
was not some such prognostication made
as to the Mavericks taking both from
Bisbee last week. But that is asicient
history and this" is no Fourteen Years
Automobile have oeen whizzing oack
anu forth betveeu tne uaaeoali parte
aim tne minor plaza. Carpenters, joia-
ers.s telephone linemen and ue
men nave hurried around iMtn
tiaz ciay rush on their persons
all because The Herald wanted to con-
nft un its fan rrienas in tne suutu
, . ..w. . Tr riiaTifi: in i iih tu u lii
... ,. ..i. .... M'oohnti'rnn nurlc
I WCS UlitiCl Willi ihg tiowi-,..v... i
grounds so they could have the result
of the batting battles by rounds. A
private telepnoue plarit nas been in
stalled to connect the press box at
ah.nirtnn njirk with ihe editorial
. department oi The Herald. LeBrand's
smashes. Stanley urays soug uiru un
and L-alrymple's running caicnes i
deep center may be heard over tne
phone by the entire southwest by way
of the baseball edition of The Herald.
As fast as tne piays are maue at lwc
ball park, they will called over the
teleDhone into The Herald office ana
a man at The Herald end of the line,
with a receiver over "his head and a
typewriter in front of him, will write
it down and have it ready ior tne
printer as fast as the gaaie moves. To
do this. The Herald has had to have
strung three miles of two-strand cop-
between its office and tne
The Tri-State Telephone
I company put in the service, but it is a
independent line and it is not
j " ' V, ..,..,.. tn r n-
nprftssarv to call "central to get con
uection. The connection is direct be
tween The Herald editorial rooms and
the press box in the park grand stand
365 days In the year.
Did El Paso see the real champion
of this and other worlds, Christy
f Mathewson last fall at the baseball
tournament? The bills advertise! him
as the one and only Christy. The base
ball management paid him several hun
dred bird seed for pitching tne series
and the papers printed pictures of him
as the giant of the Giants. If this be t
so, who is the bloke whose pictures are
being printed daily in the sporting sec
tions of the city papers with.the Chris
ty Mathewson label on them. The
Mathewson that El Paso knew was a
big, fat, boyish looking chap with a
complexion like a down caster and a
chew of star in his face. No so these
nn.ITo.l lilrAnacSDC ff ATnttV. Hft lOOkS
more Hko a dock walloper or a coal
heaver than the hero of "Won In The
Ninth, bv Christy Mathewson." It is
not tne same lace mat uuui ""
when he and Rube Waddeil shook hands
before the camera at Washington park
last fall. What's the answer?
No longer will the sport writers' as
sociation "have to drag out the defensive
retort to the effect that it is not nec
essary to be able to lay an egg to
know a good one, when some performer
accuses one of the scribblers' frat. of
knowing a3 much' about what he is try
ing to write as a giraffe does about
the fourth dimension. All that is now
necessary to dispose of the haughty
one is to point with pride to one Rob
ert Edgren, New York sporting writer
and authority on things pugilistic and
basoballistic. Robert Edgren in addi
tion to having his name in Bat. Nel
son's Immortal tome entitled "Life and
Battles of Bat Nelson," is a world's
champion. Putting the rubber cover on
his Remington the other day, Edgren
strolled out to the park where numer
ous athletes of world reputation were
holding a medal fest. Being some
what of a giant in his own right, Rob
ert boy picked up the discus, that, an
cient emblem of Grecian strength, and
in a moment of absent mlndness, hurl
ed the steel saucer so far that he
broke Martin Sheridan's world record
and likewise VMartiu's heart. Edgren
now has his record in the books as the
"champeen" of all discus throwers and
is now privileged to write pieces for
the paper about himself and his early
history while attending California uni
versity. T., .1 JTc Ufimtnai- hrIpnrlo 1 VilTCl- .
again but it is the carpenters building
the grand stand who are doing the
knocking this time. Douglas denies
that there is a home team knocker In
Truesdale is again in a St. Louis
I uniform. He is playing with the
! Browns at second and making good all
over again after being billed back to
the Texas league.
For an evenly matched pair of base
ball clubs, the Boston and Chicago
1 Americans seem to get the prize. They
havo been playing nerve racking fin-
ishes such as made the old South side
Sox so popular in the old days.
Cananea will bo over Friday night
for the Saturday and Sunday game with
the Mavericks. Dugan will be in charge
as mine boss while they are here.
MAY LEAVE EL PASO.
McCarty, the right fielder of the El
Paso club, has been released by man
ager Harbuck. Mac. took a batting
slump and he was relieved In right field
by one of the hard hitting pitchers of
tho team. It is also reported that one
of the four pitchers will be released
I after the Cananea seriejs-
ope On Texas
WedneMlaj' Game Special
Sen Antonio. Tex., June 9San Antonio defeated Houston Wednesday 4
to 2. The game was marred by a fight between first baseman Salms who
was on the bench, and umpire Bly. Salms took nmbrage at a decision and hit
the umpire with his shoe and followed it up by a punch in the jaw. .pectn-
.. -. . . .. .. - i -priti. nnother shoe.
trs Kennrateil the men and tlien saims mi me -."-
He has been suspended definitely.
GALVESTON WINS IX FIRST INNING.
Waco, Tex., Jane O.Galveston won the game Wednesday In the ftrst
inning by to 'J. to O, on Hoffman's single followed by two errors anil tiro
l,ac on hall, filler did well for the rest of the game, but Hlse did better
i t ci i.j -m-e. TnmT off hlrs. bat
in not allowing a run in tne nine inn
they were scattered.
DALLAS WINS FROM PANTHERS.
Fort Worth, Tex., June O Dallas was back: in the batting and fielding,
for Wednesday and took the final game in n walk, 0 to 3. Fort Worth
slugged Randall hard la the second and Maloney lost no time In pHttlng
Shontr. on the slab. After that the locals were helpless. Although they
bunched their hits In the ninth Inning they could get no man over.
SHKEVEPORT'S GREAT GAME.
Shreveport. La.. June 9. Shreveport played a great game Wednesday and
defeated the Indians 2 to 1.
ilians, pitched great games. An error at first, a wiitt tnrow iron. e -" -the
plate, and a couple of hits in the first Inning was the cause of Oklahoma's
downfall. After that Shreveport could get no more than one hit aa isalng,
but the game was already salted.
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
Ike Pendleton has been released by
TTct w0 i n San Antonio man
and has played league ball ever since
there was a league in Texas, never
, misgIn a year when there was no
lea-ue? he " was playing independent
?'. , . , t ,.,,? t,c!rn
He a bartender by profession
, arobablv don the white apron
i - - - .. -
again and get in the Colquitt band
Pcesident Frank Navin, of the De
troit club, has this to say of Pat New-
nam after seeing him work with the ,
: st. Louis Browns: "Newnam is a big
rangy reiiow witn a iot oi. u.
j jje hits right banded ana meets uie
ball well. He is not gracerui in tne
field but looks like a natural hitter."
4, 4. ,, ,- c,Qft?T,o- ? its
, - - imported Dalla3 ;iavers.
The recent hot weather Is generally
said to be cause of the bad slump of
that team. This may have had. some
thing to do with Galveston hitting the
D. White, in center field, is playing
sensational ball for Shreveport. It is
his good work that has done so much
to bring the team to the front lately.
Since Morris got back .in the game
for Fort "Worth he has been doing bet
ter at short. There is lots of room for
hQth chim &nd his team to improvef but
the double header from Dallas helped
j some. ,
i Folev White has been released by
j Houston. He was only secured tern
. porarily to help out as three of Hous
ton's catchers were used up. He will
probably go to the brush now. He
began the season with Waco.
Although Salms has' joined the Buffa
loes he is not playing first as yet, Jerry
Kane holding down that sack. Salms
has a bad knee and is taking the ad-
I vantage of the opportunity to let it
rest up. n
Galveson, disappointed by the slump,
STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
By Art Woods.
4. 4. 4. ! -f- ? 5- "i- ? "51 4
WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St- Louis.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
Dallas at Waco.
Fort Worth at San Antonio.
Oklahoma City at Houston.
Shreveport at Galveston.
HOW THEY STAND.
, Played. Won Lost.
New York ..43
St. Louis ........44
Philadelphia .... 39
St. Louis 39
Played. Won. Lost,
San Antonio 49
Fort Worth 51
Oklahoma City ..49
TEAM FOR EL PASO GAMES
Michigan Player Supplants Relnehardt
at Short Goodman Goe.s to Left
Field, and Gamble to r
Cananea, Mex., June 9. Wm. Brand,
of Houghton. Mich., has arrived and
will play shortstop for Cananea. sup
planting Reinehardt, who has been re
leased. Goodman, who has been filling
the position the last two games, will
be placed in left garden, while Bill
Gamble, who has been tilling tht po
sition, will act as utility man. The
new changes will strengthen the team
to some extent and will be in effect
with the Saturday and Sunday games
at El Paso-
Wire o The Hera
Otherwise the game was
ids"- -- "" "-
for Shreveport, and Bandy, for the In-
. is figuring on strengthening the team.
It is stated that a third baseman has
been purchased from -the Sou
t league and that Spencer will b
lieved at that spot and added to the
J pitching staff. Two new outfielders
i hnTA nl:n hpon spmirpr? who arR sa. d
have also been secured who are sa d
to have reputations as sluggers.
Flick, the new shortstop for Shreve
port, is doing excellent work. It looks
as if Dale Gear had used good judg
ment in selecting the neSv recruits.
Out of five times up Walter Morris
on Sunday got five hits off the Okla
homa City pitcher. This is a new rec
ord in" the Texas league for hitting In
Zena Clayton, a member of John Mc
Closkey's second Texas party, a third
baseman of mighty good looks, Is sous
ing the sphere very emphatically in the
Tri-State league. He is with the Read
Bugs Raymond is agin making good
for McGraw, and New York critics de
clare that aside from king Mattie he is
the Giants premier pitcher.
Shortstop McMillan, of the Brooklyn
Superbas. has been sent to Rochester,
Brooklyn's farm, by manager Dahlen.
Tony Smith, the ex-Cub, has made a
big hit with the Brooklyn manager.
Charlie Middleton, now playing good
ball for Houston, was bought from To
peka. Kan., last year by Fort Wert7:.
That team did not like his work and he
was released outright. Houston picked
him up this year and he has been mak
ing good from the start.'
The Texas league pitchers in the
American league are not doing well.
Karger is the only one that has been
in form this year. He has pitched
four games, won three and lost
one. This is fine. Mitchell,
with Cleveland, has pitched three.
won one and lost two. Bailey has won
one and lost five. Graham has pitched
five and lost them all.
TO FIGHT DAWSON NEGRO.
Frank Golentine BejrfH.i Training at
Carrlzozo for July 4 Bent Wltk
Henry Petty Match at Dawsea.
Carrizozo, N. M., June 9. Frank Gal
entine, a local pugilist, has begun
training to get In condition for a spar
ring match with Henry Petty, a negro
pugilist, at Dawson, 2S J, on July 4..
Arrangements have been made and a
contract signed for the fight. A num-
j ber of Carrizozo people have signified
their intention 5f going to Dawson ta
. see the bout.
j Galentine is a freight conductor on
j the E. P. & S. W., and is well known,
Ihere. Stationary engineer Wm. Bar
nett is laying off for 30 days to assist
in training Galentine.
j The second game in the friendly little.
1 midsummer bowling match which Is
j being rolled at the Y. M. C. A. by
Camp and Chase against Sukerman and.
Houck Wednesday night, resulted In a
marginal victory for the Camp-Chase
j pair by a total of 54 pins. However,
j the defeated ones have a margin of 65
pins yet to feed upon and are claiming
a victory at the finish.
The scores made in the Wednesday
, night games were:
J Camp 164 175 166 159 176 S40
i Chase 176 195 199 156 18S 914
j Sukerman 137 175 190 165 191 S5S
Houck 159 147 1S1 162 193 S42
Camp and Chase ITU
Sukerman and Houck 170(
Margin. 5v pins.
Chase, high game, 199.
Chase, high total, 914.
j WHEN JOHNSON WHIl'PED
BOB FITZSIMMONS. 10C7..
I Chihuahua, June S, 1910.
Editor El Paso Herald:
J Did Fitzstmmons fight Johnson soma
j time before he fought Burns, and if so
I who won? Kindly answer through
(Fitzsimmons fought Jack Johnson
In Philadelphia July 17. 1907, and John
son whipped him in two rounds. Fits
was then 45 years old and Johnson only
29. Jack Johnson defeated Tommy Burns
at Sydney, Australia. December 2S,
190S, In 14 rounds.) Ed.
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