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The Herald's Sporting News
The Herald 's Sporting News
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By Horace H. Shelicm.
Know Ye, All El Pasoans By These Presents:
Whereas; The Photographers y Association of America
assembles in Annual Convention in the city of Milwaukee
t on the twelfth day of July, nineteen hundred and ten, and
continues in session for four days thereafter, Fred J. Feldman
is granted a special dispensation relieving him from the
demands of the public during this period and for a suffi
cient time both before and after to permit of his presence.
Signed and sealed this fifteenth day of June, nineteen
hundred and ten.
In obedience to the above proclamation no sittings will be made at
the Feldman Studio during the month of July.
Special Values In
If you will notice our ads.
you will nrid only the best
meats and poultiyjsggcial
j priced for Saturday "and
not meat that you don't
want. Notice the quality
and the prices.
At Oakland: R H E
San Francisco 6 9 3
Vernon 3 6 5
Batteries: Brownine: and "Williams:
i Hensling1 and Brown.
Loin Steak, per lb .- 17c
Prime Rib Roast, per lb -. 12J4C
Yeal Shoulder Roast, per lb .-. 15c
SjTeal Stew, per pound . . . . : 12c f
Home dressed Hens, per pound 20c
SPR33T as DRESSED TO ORDER. .
"Werner sausage and bologna made daily.
213 H. Stanton St.
Bell Phone 136
At Los Angeles: R H
Los Angeles 3 6 2
Oakland : 1 9 2
Batteries: Nag-el and Waring; Live
ly and .itfitze.
At Sacramento: R H, E
Portland 4 10' 0
Sacramento 3 12 3
Batteries: Steen and Fisher; Baum
and Thomas. t
At Dallas: " R
Batteries: Mitchell and
Shontz and Onslow.
Umpire Matthews. j
A Shreveport: R
Galveston 4v 5 3
Shreveport k 1 6 3
Batteries: Crabble and White; Ian
genfelder and Groveen.
Umpire Jeffries. .
Big League Baseball
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Boston 0 0 g, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1
Philadelphia 00001210 x I 9 0
Batteries Boston, Brown and Gra
liain; Philadelphia, Ewlng and Mo ran.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At St. iouis R. H. E.
Cincinnati .-20001100 0 i 6 1"
St. Ixmls ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Z 6 3
Batteries CinclnrZTM, Burns and Mc-
St. Ixrais, I2man and Bliss.
Umpires Rlgler and Emslle.
At Omaha: RUE
Omaha 7 12 3
St. Joseph -6 9 5
Batteries: Rhodes, Keeley and Cad
man; Shear and "Wolfe.
At Sioux City: V R BE E
Denver -..3 7 2
Sioux City v 12 9 4
Batteries: Adams, Hammond and
McMurray;' "Wilson and Miller.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Pittsburg ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 S 1
Chicago 0 2120040 x 9 11 1
Batteries Pittsburg. Leiteld, Adams
and Gibson; Chicago, Brown and Kling.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
New Tork...O 2 0 4 10 0 1 08 14 0
Brooklyn ...0 0 0 jl 0 0 0 1 02 10 4
Batteries New York, Drucker and
Meyers; Brooklyn, Barger and Bergen.
Umpires Klein and Kane.
At New Tork R. H. E.
Phlla 0 1004000 0 5 10 1
New York-.l 0 0 0 2 0 2 7 x 12 9 1
Batteries Philadelphia, Morgan, At
kins and Lapp; New Tork, Qulnn and
Egan and Sheridan.
At Boston (10 innings) R. H. E
Pncfan I) fl 1 0 (I 0 n I) 0 0 1 3 I
"Wash ...!o 10000000 !- 10 tf
Batteries "Washington, Oberlin and
Street; Boston, Karger and Kleinow.
. At Detroit R. H. E.
St. IxHris ...10000120 0 4 li 2
Detroit 0 0463120 x 10 13, 2
Batteries St. Louie, Spade and Ste
phens; Detroit. Donovan and Stanage.
Umpires Cennolly and Dine en.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Chicago 0 0000040 2 S 9 2
Clevefcrad ..0 1010020 0 i 10 -2
Batteries Chicago. "White and Payne;
Cleveland. Liake and Easterly.
Umpires Evans and Kerin.
At Atlanta (first game): Atlanta 0;
Chattanooga 4. Second game: Atlanta,
4: Chattanoga, L
Naskviile: Memphis no game; rain.
Montgomery: Montgomery 1; New
Birmingham: Birmingham 6; Mo
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At Lincoln: R H E
Lincoln 0 2 3
"Wichita 5 6 1
Batteries: "Knapp and Clark; Dur
ham and Jokerst. . ,
At Ft. "Worth: R H E
San Antonio 1 9 1
Ft. "Wo'rth 2 8 0
Batteries: Billiard and Schan; Burke
At Oklahoma City: R H E
"Waco 3 7 1
Oklahoma City 12
Hindrickson for Galveston is pitch
ing most excellent ball. In a recent
game he let the Dallas Giants down
without a hit for eiMit innings. There
is one thing certain." Either the Texas
league has the best pitchers in its his
tory or the poorest batters. The for
mer seems the more just conclusion.
- First baseman Abbott, who started
the 190S season -with., the Fort "Worth
Panthers, has been released by the
Topeka, Kans., team.
Eli Kaphan, the Sand Prab right
fielder, who had his leg broken in a
game with Houston, May 30, Is able to
be out of the hospital. He is on crutch
es and it will be many weeks before he
can play again.
"Walter Salms is not swinging on
the ball like he did when he Tvas with
the Fort "Worth -team. It don't look like
Houston got much in exchange for New
nam other than a few simoleons.
Less than 10 games separate Dallas,
seventh team in the league, from Hous
tori the top notcher. That is bunch
ing the teams and shows that the Texas
league is pretty evenly matched de
spite the roar about the awful slump
of some of the teams.
The big league twirlers of the Dallas
Giants are getting their bumps. Hous
ton tended to Tates and Galveston per
formed a like service for Rankin John
son. Some class to that stick work.
Lost! On Eberline. Information
should be conveyed to the Fort TVorth
team. That brilliant first sacker has
been on the road to join the team sev
eral weeks but has not yet shown up.
He is a collegian that has been highly
recommended. In the meantime Coyle
is putting up a mighty fine game at
first for the Panthers.
Pitcher Robery Ray, of the St. Louis
Browns, seems a find. In the first game
pitched against the hard hitting Phila
'delphia team he allowed them but one
hit in six innings.
Umpire Bligh has resinned. It took
him only a short time to get enough of
the rough sledding in the Texas"
In its at home series "Waco won two
and lost 10 games. Gordon is making
a desperate effort to the professional
baseball records for losing streaks.
J The outlook now is that "Waco will have
the lowest percentage of anv tail ender
the Texas league ever carried.
President Allen has called a meeting
of the Texas league baseball' magnates
at Fort "Worth next Sunday. Fines' re
cently imposed on players, protested
games and other matters "will be con
Fort "Worth made a remarkable road
record, winnlne: half of the games
while away from home. That team is j
coming to the front fast. Morris Is at
last -showing what there is In him as ,
a manager. .
The -work of catcher Block, former
Galvestonian, with Chicago, continues
to be a feature of the big league. His
whip is sure death to base stealers.
In Speaker, Hooper and Lewis the
Boston Red Sox have an outfield trio
that is hard to beat.
The South Texas teams are putting
up some good exhibitions now that they
are playing the north Texas bunch on
their home grounds. It looks like the
players from the semitropics had a lit
tle the best of it in the league.
Garry Hermann says that he can hire
"booze" fighters at $2 a day but that
the Cincinnati Reds cannot use them
at any price. The same motto has bean
adopted with advantage by the man
agers of the Texas league teams. The
whisky bottle route and professional
baseball have been widely separated
in the last few years.
St. Louis may trade Griggs and Bai
ley, both Texans, to "Washington for
"Tabasco Kid" Elberfeldt if an agree
ment can be reached.
It looks like Portland was due to
cop the pennant in the Pacific coast
Despite the fact that he is manag
ing a badly beaten tail ender, Brooks
Gordon is as popular in "Waco as if he
was pulling down the pennant. Any
body who sees him in a game soon
decides that the,re is no lay down to
Vaughan, Ford and Quinn are doing
nothing but winning some games for
the New Tork Highlanders. These
three babies are sure some pitchers.
It's dollars to doughnuts that if the
best pitcher ancLjcateher in the league
were to be voted upon Abies would
win for the twirler and Alexander for
the catcher. Both are -members of the
Bronchos' force. They make a fast team
when coupled up together.
Batteries: Oges and Thackara; Bandy
and Dm eke.
BARNEY OLDFIELD LOWERS
ANOTHER AUTO RECORD
St. Paul, Minn., June 24. Barney
Oldfield in his 200 horsepower Benz
car again lowered the mile automobile
record for a circular track at the Twin
City aviation meet yesterday afternoon.
Oldfield drove the mile in :49 2-5, which
is two-fifths of a secpnd better'than the
record lie made the day before and 1 2-5
seconds better than the time made by
Ralph De Palma on the same track one
Oldfield will try ,to lower the four
mile record this afternoon.
Ray Harroun in a Marmon, won the
five mile frefe for all handicap race with
Oldfield. in a. Knox, second. The time
was 4:50 1-5.
A 10 mile match race between J. M.
McLane In a Buick stock car and Ray
Harroun in a Marmon was won by the
latter. Time, 11:02 2-5. "
Glenn H. Curtiss made a 15-minute
exhibition flight in his aeroplane, J. C.
Mars, in attempting a flight in a Cur
tiss machine, ran into a fence, and his
machine was damaged.
At Des Moines: R H E
Des Moines 6 S 3
Topeka 5 10 4
Batteries: Sage and Hawkins; Harris,
Jackson and Kerns.
At Cambridge. R
Yale 1 2
Harvard 7". 3
Batteries: Hick and Toung
Tommers and Philbin.
WOMAN ARRESTED BECAUSE
A HORSE WAS NEGLECTED
Anna Clark Tvas arrested Thursday
evening by George Harold on the
charge of cruelty to animals. It is
ciajmea mat tne uiarK woman nirea a
horse and buggy from jthe St. Louis
stables Sunday morning and that the
horse wasfound tied to a post 36 hours
later and had been given neither food
L. V. Carrol, proprietor of the St.
Lonis stables, was Induced to swear
out a warrant for the woman's arrest
by humane officer E. E. Morrow, who
reported the case.
The woman could not be located until
Thursday evening, when she' was placed
1 under arrest and her bond fixed at $25.
From now on, three umpires will be
used in the Cactus league, lasting as
long as Morenci and Clifton play games
therein. Saturday and Sunday the en
trance of these two teams Into the do
ings, postponed from the middle of the
month, will take place. Douglas gets
Morenci, present league leader, bj vir
tue of winning about everything from
poor Clifton, whose team seems to be
in a bad way.
Clifton doesn't seem able to take
much of anything and her players seem
to be much in the same condition as the
small boy who ate green apples. Man
ager Pete Riley has hopes of lanfiing
several more Penn. State University
stars to strengthen for the big show.
Some of them are n.ow on the ground.
Clifton will stack up against the Bis
bee Maroons for two games. Dalrymple
will increase his lead probably by two
games while, perchance, Douglas, who
is running a good se'eond, may lose a
With El Paso at Cananea, Karbuck
announces that Red Booles will do the
twirling Saturdaj' and WIngo Anderson
will make his 1910 debut with the
Mavericks Sunday. Merritt will "catch,
"Wright will be at short and Gill in
DeWiggins got in from Las Cruces
Thursday night and will make the
trip to Cananea with the Huskies. He
Is slated to do the umpiring. Anderson
will handle the indica'tor at Douglas
and Mackey at Bisbee. Therefore all
clubs of the Big Four are, or should
be, satisfied with the way the umpires
.are alloted. DeWiggins is a hot local
favorite and is also well liked by Cana
nea. Anderson is the apple of Doug
las's eye, or should be after last J3un
day's work here, while Bisbee has been
championing Ed Mackey from the start,
and Mackey apparently likes BisbJee, as
he hasn't shown up in El Paso since
the Maroons were last here. '
Tex Merritt is one of the f qw catchers
in the west, outside of the T)ackstops, or
a few of them, in the Texas league who
makes use of the shin-guards. He's the
onlj' man In the Cactus league us"ing
them. The guards were the invention
of Roger Bresnahan, when the now
manager of the St. Louis Cardinals was
backstopping for New York. It's ex
pected that they will be more univers
ally worn later on, as they afford con
siderable protection from foul tips and
low pitches that once in a while get
away stray far enough from the mitt
to crack a shin. They scarcely, if at
all, interfere with a catcKer's run
By the way, Tex. turned down a propo
sition the other day that could have
landed him in the club that may win
the pennant in the American league.
The Philadelphia Athletics are rather
shy on backstops,, only having Lapp,
Donohue and Paddy Livingstone, all of
uncertain caliber. In some way Connie
Mack got wind of El Paso's shin-guard
wonder. The result was a letter offer
ing him the position of extra catcher
on the Athletic.?, as one of their men
was going to be released. The salary,
however, considering everything, was
not quite tempting enough for Tex. to
accept, so he ylll stay with the cacti
and El Paso portion in particular.
Gregory, a pitcher for whom Dal
rymple of the Maroons has been nego
tiating for over a month, has finally
been located in Peoria and Is on the
way to report. It's said he weighs only
about 135 pounds. He must btTin about
the same class as Hanson, left-hand
twirler. who went from Bisbee to
Peoria before the season opened.
"Wants Return Games at
Itome With El Paso
(By L. R. Crawford.)
Clifton, Ariz., June 24. The local
management ofv the baseball club has
received a letter from H. S. Potter of
the El Paso cluh enclosing a new
schedule of games for the El Paso team
to take effect after July 4. The sched
ule has probably been sent to all the
clubs on the circuit and provides for
about 75 percent of El Paso's games
Just how it will be received is hard
to say. The present schedule was drawn
up giving El Paso the majority of
home games on account of being able
to draw the biggest crowds.
Clifton and Morenci each visit El
Paso twice, while El Paso is slated
for but one trip to each of these camps.
The new schedule provides for the two
trips to El Paso, but cuts out the re
The management here has as j'et
made no statement in the matter, as
they are waiting for the opinions of
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Live and Dressed Poultry
Ham, Bacon, and Pure Kettle Rendered
Fresh Sausage Manufactured Daily
Ice Cold Melons
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Phones 114 N. Stanton
Bell 251; Auto 1234 . Street
the other club managers. However, the
fans do not approve of the arrange
ment, as It invites Clifton to play six
games in El Paso and provides for none
Evidently, El Paso is dissatisfied
with the present schPdule and it looks
a.s if the best way to straighten things
out to the satisfaction of all is for the
managers to hold a conference this
week when all six clubs are playing
in the same section.
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Durango y... 21.60
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Santa Rosalia 9.70
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