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Thursday, June .23, 1910. The Herald's SpOFtllSg NeWS 5
The Herald s Sporting News
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3- SPORTLETS. 4
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The latest: How will the altitude at
Reno effect the big fighters? Worry
Big League Baseball -
"Wednesday's Results j
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At Chicago R. H. E. j At Sioux City R. H. E.
Cincinnati 00300100 04 5 2 I Denver 11000000 02 3 3
Chicago ...0 10 0 0 10 0 35 8 1 Sioux City ..0 0 0 0 3 0.0 4 x 7 S 2
Batteries Cincinnati, -Suggs and lie- Batteries: Denver Hagerman and Mc
, ., .c-t . vunn. I Murray: Sioux City. Freeman and
ipgn- i:nri-i JiciiiLVit n.iin -&.-..
Umpires Rigler and Emslle.
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
New York .2 20010010 6 10 1
Brooklyn ..0 00021000 3 7 0
Batteries New York, Ames, Cran
da,t and Meyers; Brooklyn. Bell, Scan
Ion and Erwin.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
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Boston ....0 1000000 01 5 5
Phil'phia ..0,100 0 011 x 3 5 1 :
RattPriPs Boston. Curtis and Gra-
h-iTr,- THiiainli!a- Stack a'hd Moran. I
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Pittsburg ..0 0050000 1 6 S 0
St. Louis ..0 0000100 0 15 2
Batteries Pittsburg, Webb and Gib
son; St. Louis, Corridon, Harmon,
Phelps and Bliss.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran. '
At New Yjbrk
First game R- H.
Phil'phia ..2 1200000 3 S 8
New York .0 0000000 0 0 5
Philadelphia, Coombs and 1
York. Warhop and Swee-
Umpires Egan and Sheridan.
At New York
R. H. E.
-Egan and Sheridan.
At Boston First game: R. H. E.
Wash'ton .0 0000000 0 0 8i 0
Boston 0 3000003 x 6 8 1
Batteries Washington, Reisling- and
Street; Boston, CIcotte and Kleinow.
Umpires O'Loughlin and Perrine.
A? Boston Second game: R. H. E.
Wash'ton .0 0000010 0 1 5 1 j
Boston 0 0000010 1 2 7 1
Batteries Washington. Johnson an'd I
Street; Boston, Smith and Klelnow.
Umpires Perrine and O'Loughlin.
At Detroit " R. H. E.
St. Louis ..0 0251003 0 11 13 4
Detroit 0510001209 11 4
Batteries.St. Louis, Gilligan, Powell
and Stephens; Detroit, Mullin, Stroud
Umpires DIneen and Connolly.
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New York .0020 00000-2 8 1 Amenta x 5 3
Batteries Philadelphia, Bender and j Batteries: Portland, Knapp and Fish
Donohue; New York, Hughes and J tr. aCra.mento. Whalen and Graham.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
02000000000000 2 9 3
00100 CNO 010000 1 3 10 0
Batteries Chicago, Walsh and
BI-ck: Cleveland Harkness and East
erly. Umpires Evans and Kerin.
At Dallas '
Houston 0 5 2t
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Batteries Houston, Watson and Kel
ey; Dallas, Yates and Onslow. Um
At Shreveport (10 Innings) R.H.JE.
Galveston 0 5 3
Shreveport 1 5 1
Batteries: Galveston, HIse and String
er; Shreveport, Tesreau and Garvin. Um
At Fort Worth R. H. E.
Fan Antonio 5 8 3
Fori Worth 9 8 5
Batteries: San Antonio, Billiard,
Feeney and Yantz; ForivWorth, Weath
erford and Green. Umpire Kanzler.
At Oklahoma City R.H. E.
"Waco 0 7 2
Oklahoma City 3 4 0
Batteries: Waco, Sbulz and Thackara;
Oklahoma City, Crawson and Noyes.
A Head of
Geau WiafieW Scett - 1
J leader of men, who played art im
portant part in the Mexican War
A leader among cigarettes
A smoke of wonderful taste and flavor made
of the famous Piedmont District tobacco.-
Pictures of ypur favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
Piedmont Cigarettes are
At Des Moines R- H. E.
Des Moines .2 0205000 0 9 5 1
Topeka 0 0000000 0 0 6 6
Batteries: Des Moines, Hersche and
Hawkins; Topeka, Wright and Kerns.
Second game R- H. E.
Des Moines .0 1 0 j0 J 2 0 x C 9 1
Topeka 3 00 00110 0 5 7 4
Batteries: Des Motets, Biersdorfer,
Sags and Bachant; Tope-a, Fugate and
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 1
St. Joseph ..0 0001001 02 7 3
j Batteries: Omaha, Melter and Gond
ing; St. Joseph, Baker and Wolfe.
At Lincoln R. H. E.
Lincoln 0 1000000 0 1 G 7
"Wichita 0 130JL020 2 9 13 1
Batteries: Lincoln, Jones, Geist and
Sullivan; Wichita, Atchison and Shaw.
At San Francisco R. H. E.
1 Vernon 1 7 3
San Francisco 5 12 2
Batteries: Vernon, Carson and Ho-
0 ! gan; SanfFrancisco, Stewart and Berry.
AJ Los Angeies xt. xi. x.
OaWand --; 3 6 1
Los ingeles 1 4 l
Batteries: Oakland, Moser and Mitze;
J Los Angeles, Thorsen and Waring.
, . ,
At Nashville: NashviHe, 3; Chatta
nooga, 0. Second game: Chattanooga 1,
At Atlanta: Atlanta, 6 Memphis, 4.
Second game, Atlanta, 2; Memphis, 1.
At Mobile: Mobile-New Orleans; rain.
At Birmingham: Birmingham, 1;
! Montgomery, 2. Second game; Birm-
ingham, 9; Montgomery, 3.
BIG LEAGUE BATTING.
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The latest batting averages of the
American league shows that Pat New
nam is leading the St. Louis Browns in
batting, hitting a .300 clip. Out of 50
trips to the plate he has lined out 15
safe smashes. He is the first St. Louis
player to get Into the .300 batting class
l In a long time. Considering the fact
that Newnam is green in the big league
neses of the pitchers in the big league
the showing is a remarkable one. If
he keeps that clouting lick up he is
very certain to make good with the big
In the American league Lajoie con
tinues to lead all of the batters with the
fine figure of .42S, a most remarkable
1 record when it is considered that he
j has played in 43 games and been at bat
160 times. He has lined out 68 safe
hits and scored 17 runs.
The nearest rival of Lajoie is Ty
Cobb of the Tigers, and he is gaining
nisi oir xne weveiiinu piayer. ne mis
been batting like a fiend lately and
has boosted his stolen base record un
til he has 29 pilfered sacks to his rec
ord. He has been in 50 games, at the
bat 192 times and has made 75 hits and
scored 46 runs. The next eight hitters
In the American league come in the
following order: Schmidt. Detroit, .353;
Linke, Cleveland, .333; Bender, Phila
delphia, .333; Knight, New York, .313;
Lewis, Boston, .311; Davis, Philadel
phia, .311; Murphy, Philadelphia, .311;
Easterly, Cleveland, .30S.
In that league some of the twirlers
still retain a perfect. average, Wlllett
of Detroit, Atkins of Philadelphia and
Hughes of New York. The real leaders
of the flingers, however, is "Brs. Chief" I
Bender of the Athletics, who has won j
10 of the 11 games in which he has ,
worked, his percentage being .909. Mul- '
lin of the Tigers is also going well, he j
being victorious in 12 of his J4 games, j
for an average of
packed in T131 FOIL,
Spencer, Mass., June 23. Local pride
i Charles N. Prouty and 5-igene
j Browning, among the foremost of Spen
cer's citizens, 74 and 72 years old le
spectively, will not wane for many u
"Why do you carry that cane?" asked
Mr. Browning as he met Mr. Pro it in
the street one day recently.
"Because it's so slipperv," was the re
ply. "I believe you are ettng old," ban
tered the first.
"No such a thing.." was the retort;
"and to prove it I'll beat you in a walk
ing match to Worcester."
A week' ago D. Aloysius O'Donovan,
who wields the managerial staff in
Douglas Demon town, announced that
a big 'league phenom would arrive in
time to pitch the Sunday game against
the Mavericks, and after the Demons
returned home, .the announcement was
made that the epected did not arrive.
but word had been received from Chi- i
cago Chicago, mind you that he j
would leave in a few days. Can this
mean that JImmie Scott is to join I
O'Donovan's Dons? That's what a ma- '
uuonovans uons.' rnats wnat a ma-
jority about town fairly well posted in
baseball affairs tfcink. Scott hasn't
been doing much for the White Sox
this year and rumors of his release are
rife. O'Donovan has played in a great j
deal more luck, however, than the rest
of the cactus managers this year, al-
though he brought Hank Mathewson j
out here as a pitcher, and he fell down
dismally. He was switched to left field,
where he.s playing the best badl oi any- j eperieuce in this line will stand him in
one else in the same position. He good stead in the present emergency
leads his club in hitting and is knock- , Anderson and Red Booles can be de
ing them out like a fiend- Oscar Pitts, j pended upon to beat Cananea Satur-
secured trom xilsbee, hasn t roundea
into shape as a pitcher, but can also
play a good outfield and is a handy man
to have around to send in to bat at
critical stages. Pitts is a remarkably
good hittei. Douglas only has Kane
and Walters on the twirling staff, but
both are going at their best right now
and will be hard to beat- It took the
Rube a long time to get in shape, but
he now seems to be all to the good.
Roy Gill will stay, for the present at
least. The big fellow, after a confer j
ence with the local directors and man
ager Harbuck, agreed to remain over
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
In the at home series just closed the
Bronchos won 17 out of the 25 games
The record vas as follow: j
t of five from Waco, four i
straight from Galveston, three out of j franchise,
four from Houston, three straight from j
Dallas, two out of three from Shrcve- Dallas now has an all-star team com
port and two out of three from Okla- ; posed entirely of formed college players,
homa City. The Fort Worth Panthers ( and it culd beat almost any of the
swept the series, beating the Bronchos j league tetms in Texas. Its personnel
three straights. j is as follows: Wicker, catcher, Trinity,
" university; Hiett, catcher, Carlisle uni-
The forfeited games Houston is get- j versity, Moise, pitcher, Sewanee; Green,
ting just at present is, building up that j pitcher, Texas; Lewis, first base, Se
team's percentage just as well as if the j -uanee; Stegall, ,econd base,, Daniel
jjaines were being won by hard play, i Baker; Vontress, third base, Weslev;
That team certainly is in luck this j Karner, Infielder, Trinity; Watheii,
Templeton, the college Avonder, scorns
offers of professional baseball man
agers. His pitching is a sensation and j
ne nas oeen onerea a piace at a iancy )
salary witn xsoston or .ew xorK, nut
he prefers to keep out of the game
In a professional sense at present. He
will be eventually landed. He hails
from Williamsport, Mass.
Garber, of Galveston, has pitched
three games in six days and has won
them all. A fine record but a pace
that will kill an3r pitcher, no matter
Burke, pitcher for the Panthers, is
showing up fine. In a recent game
with Houston he let the champions
down with only three hits in nine in
nings. Not a score was made.
Heinne Maagj second baseman for the
the Dallas Giants, will be out of the
game for several days. He had a finger
knocked out of joint by a hot liner a
few days ago.
Chester Johnson, of Fort Wortli, ath
letic director of the Polytechnic col-H
lege, desires a place on the Texas
league as a permanent umpire. Presi
dent Allen would do mighty well to add
such a man to the staff. He would do
a great deal to stop the present umpire
The trip of the Oklahoma Indians
through Texas has been a triumphant
one. They will return to) their happy
hunting grounds with plenty of scalps
to show as a result of their little war
Higgins, who the St. Loui Cardinals
released to Bloomington of the Thrco
I league, after he had been offered to
Denver and Louisville, is pitching seme
fine ball just now. The teams -which
N failed to get him now see that they made
The friends of old John Bastain, who (
played first base for a time last ear
with the San Antonio club, will be gin 1 i
And thus it came about that this stur
dy couple raced the 11 miles from Spen
cer to Worcester for nothing more than
the honor of winning.
Mr. Prouty was as good as h!s word
and beat his younger rival by seven
minutes. He covered the distance In
two hours and 2S minutes.
The victor is active in business as the
head of a large shoe factory. He has
represented his district in the state sen-
I ate and is known as a disciple of the
i "simple life." He never uses tobacco
Mr. Browning conducts a cigar store
and news stand and is an inveterate
for a few week?, or ai least until the
team gets on Its feet. The illness of j
Stanley Gray puts a crimp into the
Mavericks' line-up and Gill will not be
thejtfne to desert them in a crucial mo
ment. The new stunt is to use Gill back
of the bat, with Tex Merritt at short.
And Tex is some infielder, too. He "al-
ways""ised to playthe infield until he
sustained a broken leg two or three
years ago. Then he went behind the
bat, thinking that the injury might slow
up his usefulness on the infield. But
from his work-out Tuesday, when he
trom his work-ou
wdnt to short, he
thing that comes al
can gobble up any-
I 111II1& LIIO.L IJUIllCi) ttlUilK WIL11 Lilt! UCL Ul
them, and his peg is sure death to the
runner once he gets his hand on the
ball. Gill's work back of the -bat will
be watched with interest. It's well
known he can play first and pitch.
which is all he did on the coast. Before
:ettmg into the coast league, however.
Uoj- used to catch occasionally, and Ill's
day and Sunday.
Up Bisbee way they're strainin-c every
sinew to land a twlrler or two, bur with
out success. Otherwise tho tea.n i3
complete for the season's run. But Dal
ryniple says they must have pitc'iers or
the bunting's lost. Maybe one r2ason
Doan made a poor showing .'t Cananea
5-aturday is from -the fact that he :aissJ
the train and was whirled," bumptv-
bump, In an automobile over to Naco,
just in time to catch up with his train
and his team. It's said the auto went
about 12 miles in 15 minutes.
to learn that he has landed a nice oerth
in the Tri-State league. Bastain is an
old tuner in Texas, having played with
Dallas when Ted Sullivan owned the
shortstop, Texas, Williams, -left field,
Dartsmouth; Holiday, center field,
Dartsmouth; Stuart, right field. Bless
M. A.; London, infielder, Tennetse M.
i.; Word, pitcher, Tennessee M. I. All are
-n-en known in local sporting circles all
over the state,
Go-ndy, of the Dallas team, leads the
aggregation in batting with the ex
ceptionally fine record of .320 out of
Porkorney, of the Guthrie team of j
ffiiT "P BetV ,tGT"X I flGee Bh that "N . Z : j T
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Reno, New, June 23. James J. Jef
fries is installed in the training camp
prepared for him at Moana springs,
thiee miles outh of Reno.
Work on tne arena for the big fight
i has been begun. i be on Friday morning. Two boxing j yesterday's Cleveland-Chicago game.
) Promoter Tex Rickard says he is sat- j platforms are being constructed ad- . Cleveland won at home, 3 to 2.
i isfied the state authorities will make ! joining the road house picked out for j Eddie McGooty and Tony Caponi
i no attempt to interfere with the bat- Johnson's camp. One is to have a wood- fought to a 20 round draw at Thermo
! tie. I en floor, the other a floor of tamped J polls. Wyo., last night. The Tony led
j Promoter Sid Hester announces that,
having failed to secure the use of the
Jeffries-Johnson arena, he has arrang-
ed to take out a license and will build
i nn ;irin.- of his. own in order to stasre
the Langford-Ketchel contest here on
the morning of July 4. J-
Jeffries and his corps of trainers and
snnrrincr nartnMs are safelv housed.
but the new quarters are so crowded ! ed down at Frisco as if Johnson
that only those actually connected with I wouldn't fight on July 4. He refused
ifhr f .- it -, ,oik oi preparation can to be arrested for exceeding the speed
be with him there. Notwithstanding limit in his racing automobile. ,
' lack of room, however, Jetfries says he Johnson told mounted policeman Lew
j U thoroughly satisfied. is that he would only arrest his dead
1 He and his nartv have been given a bodv. but when Lewis, with the assist-
rose covered two story cottage, similar ance of two other patrolmen, battered
in style but not in size, to the one occu- 1 down the door of the room xn which the
pied by him in Ben Lomond. I" champion had locked himself, the flght-
"This place suits me,1 Jeffries said, er surrendered as meekly as any ordl
after looking over the premises. nary violator of the speed regulations.
Most of the apparatus necessary for Johnson had been down town secur
gymnasium york will be up and ready ing transportation for the members of
for him to start work. A straight road his camp and was speeding for his quar-
leading to a range of snow capped
mountains in the west caught Jeffries's
eye. "I'll have a lot of fun on that,"
he declared with a smile. "It will give
me a good chance to test my wind in
Corbett, Choynski and the others of
the training crew all expressed them
selves as being well satisfied with the
j new camp.
.rt. piiuijjt: uciiu jum un cjic 1 uitu nuui
the cottage is pleasing to Jeffries.
Jim Corbett has advised Jeffries not i
to undertake the heavy road work he
was in the habit of doing at Ben Lo
mond. "PersonaJly, I would not advise
any more long- grinds." said Corbett.
"I think they would only serve to slow
"I'm quite through -with the long
runs," Jeffries replied, "and when I do
go on the road after this it will only
be for a number of two or three hun
dred yard sprints.
"There has been -some talk about the
high altitude affecting me. I am not
worrying about that. I have always
the Western association, has made a
, new world's record for batting. Recent-
I ly in a game he came to bat four times
! and made a home run, a three bagger
! and two two bacrgers. or a total of 11
bases, being responsible for seven runs.
Tempting offers are being made the
San Antonio team for Billiard. Several
, Southern league teams are after him
J despite the fact that he is a discard j
! from that league, falling to make good
j in the early prtrt of the season.
The Bronchos have signed two new
min On is .Titolr Pcnrlrv. nn inf iflr5r. I
and the) other is Rogers, a pitcher. Pen-
drv comes from the Western league, i mg for San Francisco and will go fxom
where he played at second and third I there to Reno, New, to be present when
bas? for the Omaha club last season. ' the big mill is pulled off the fourth.
A CHAMPION GOLFER
jftge-- && Jap- " -eaV - -- x
Jerome I- Travers, the uell known golfer, v.-no ha5? been returned a -winner
in many golf tournaments. He recently annexed the Montclalr golf club
ENJAMIN'S UNCLE WILL SHOW 'EM HOW
been able to stand the altitude wherever
I" have been."
Preparing for Joliuson.
Tom Flanagan. Johnson's manager,
busied himself preparing for the negro
! . , ,. t i-i.. ...in ,
' champion's arrival, which probably will
j earth. As Johnson is expectea to Drin
light gymnasium paraphernalia along
with him, the only piece or training ap-
I paratus Flanagan says he has purchas-
ed here is a nunching bag and stand
"Johnson won't have any complaints
to make when he sees the camp I have
j picked for him," Flanagan said,
For a. time late yesterday it appear-
ters at what Lewis claims was a ou mne
clip when the latter attempted to halt
him. .Johnson laughed derisively at
Lewis and shouting, "On your way,
kid." was lost in a cloud of dust.
Following as fast as his horse could
carry, him, Lewis arrived a few minutes
after the champion at the training
camp, where he told Johnson that he
mustbe more careful of the speed laws.
Johnson then dramatically declared
that an arrest could only be made over
his dead body and locked himself in
I his room. Summoning two other pa
trolmen. Lewis shoved aside some of the
camp followers, who attempted to inter
fere, and kicked in the door. The
champion submitted to arrest and ac
companied the officers to the office of
chief of police Martin who persuaded
l)ewis to reduce the charge of resisting'
arrest to that of speeding. No charge
was placed against Sig Hart, who was
arrested with Johnson.
Producing $50 cash bail Johnson was
released and Instructed to appearfor a
I hearing In the police court today.
Appearing In 144 games he hit the ball
at a clip of .279. He also fielded his
j position in fine shape. Rogers Is a
giant, who last year pitched 14 games
i for the Atlanta club of the Southern
league, winning ,even, losing six and
getting one tie.
Sam Brlilgers Here.
Sam Bridgers, a brother of county
J attorney W. W. Bridgers and Lee Brid-
, gers, of El Paso, is here from his home
f in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, where he
is engaged in the hotel business. He
o. nn hi5 trav to sp thft hie nrizf "fisrht
on July 4 and will leave Thursday even-
Jeff says that fishing is ideal aoout
Reno, and for that reason he will be
in fine fettle. How is the automobil-ing?
Fourteen innings were employed in
i until the last three goes when Eddie
did a little worrying.
Bean Burg ball players took a double
header from Washington at Boston yes
terday. It was 6 to 0, and 2 to 1.
At Latonia yesterday two track rec
ords were broken. Governor Gr.y set
the five furlong mark "back a full sec
ond by running the distance in :59 in
the second race. In the handicap, fourth
race on the card, Leamence ran the mile
and a sixteenth in 1:44, the old mark
having been 1:44 1-5.
Twenty-eight players were used In
one game at Detroit. It was a slugging
match with St. Louis on top, 11 to S.
At St. Paul, Minn., yesterday M. Kers
cher in a 100 horse power Darracq low
ered the world's three mile automobile
record on a circular track, his time be
ing 2.35 1-5. The previous record was
Bell was badly pounded by"5ew York
at Brooklyn yesterday. He stayed two
innings, and Scanlon took his place
with good result.
Coppers, at 7 to 1, took the feature
race at Buena Vista yesterday. Dol
lars, at 16 to 1, never took anything.
Beaumont, batting for Kllng. hit a
two bagger and made the winning run
in yesterday's Cincinnati at Chicago
game. Chi. players made three runs
in the ninth, winning 5 to 4.
Coach A. A. Stagg of Chicago will de
liver a lecture to his diamond candi
dates on "Japanese Baseball." The uni
versity team will invade the Island em
pire this fall, and Stagg believes that
their chances are none too good.
Pittsburg took the final game of the
series at St. Louis yesterday, 6 to 1.
Konetchy was the only Louis boy who
could7 hit Webb.
The Turk, with McGee up. took the
S2000 Tidal stakes at Sheepshepd Bay
yesterday. Turk ran close to track rec
ord. Philadelphia Americans took another
double header from New York yester
day. So effective was Coombs of the
visitors, that nobody got past second
base in the first game
It is reported that the Brighton meet
ing will be run off at Empire City.
Steeplechase jockey Huppe was bad
ly Injured and removed from the field
at Sheepshead Bay yesterday. His
mount, Gold Plate, fell in the steeple
chase. At St. Paul Wednesday three world's
automobile records were broken. Bar
ney Oldfield lowered the one mile and
two mile records for a circular track
and Ben Kerscher set a new world's
mark for the three miles on a circular
tennis play on i. M. C. A. courts
Grugan 9, Over-
street 1, Christy 0, Raum 6.
At a meeting last night of the Jockey
club stewards, it was decided to trans
fer the racing circles of the Brighton
Beach track to the Empire City track
at Yonkers. The change will give
Yonkers 26 days of racing.
At Thermopolis, Wyo., Wednesday
night, Eddie McGoorty and Tony Ca
poni fought 20 rounds to a draw. Ca
poni was the aggressor in the greater
number of rounds but seemed to tire
toward the end, when McClporty took
oim.ore steam and fought fast for the
last three rounds, worrying the Italian
The disagreement between Jack John
son and his former manager, George
I Little, was settled at a conference last
night between Little and attorneys rep
resenting the two men. No figures
were given out as to the amount of the
settlement but it is said that Jt is very
near the original claim of $41,000. Lit
tle again becomes Johnson's official
manager. "I have wagered large
amounts on Johnson," said Little after
the settlement. "I still believe he will
"It's up to Ketchel," said Joe Wood
man, manager for Sam Langford. when
asked whether the Langford-Ketchel
fight would take place iir Reno July 4.
Woodman denied that the fight had
been called off. """
WRIGHT AND GILL TO
REMAIN WITH THE TEAM.
"Wright, who has been given his re
lease, has been taken back into the fold
again and will be taken to Cananea
with the El Paso club. Wright will be
given another chance to make good, as
he admits that his batting has been on
the slump but believes that he can pad
his batting average in the Cananea
series sufficient to cinch his place on
Gill will also go to Cananea with the
Mavericks. He said- Thursday- morning
that he will remain with the El Paso
club for the present and might finish
the season with the locals. He says he
oan go to Philadelphia next year and
he prefers to remain here with the Ei
Paso team during the remainder of the
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