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June 27? i9ioe The Herald's Sporting News
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At Oklahoma City (19 innings)
R. H. E.
Galveston 2 1 1
Oklahoma City 3 9 1
Batteries Galveston, Hendrickson
and Braun; Oklahoma City, Drohan and
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Ren, Nev., June 27. "With his ar- the probable rate that Trill rule. The
Tangero'ents underway, fighters work- wagers are now 10 to 6 in favor of
Ing bard, every hour bringing him Jeffries.
assurances of fan-laden Pullmans start- Sullivan Sees Jeff,
ing fr Reno from all pointe of the com- John L. Sullivan was the visitor of
pass. Tex Rickard. nerve center of it tne day at the Jeffries camp. He met
all. feels that the big fight wiH be a his 0id time rivai, James J. Corbett, and
siHcess. was Jed by him into conference with
Around the fighters' camps it looked Jeffries and Joe Choynski. Gathered in
as if Sunday picnics had taken posses- e shade of a cottonwood tree, the four
sion. At Moana Springs there was a. heavyweights who have contributed
continuous procession of automobiles, more, perhaps, to ring history than
carriages and motor cycles and pedes- any other four men, enjoyed a pleasant
trfans all day Sunday. Jim Corbett was chat, at the end of which Jeffries
roaster of ceremonies at the quarters reac'hed for his rod and reel and was off
and spent roost of the day as the center or a mess of bass-
of Interested groups. Jeffries was not "Reno's Disgrace."
to be seen. He went fishing up the "Reno's disgrace," ias the subject of
Xrackee river, an address delivered last night by Rev.
Johnson Hnppy. l. tL Burwell, pastor of the Methodist
Ja-rk Johnson was his own master of church of this city, -nefore his congre-
cerezaoaies. The big negro was in his gation. The minister characterized the
most affafele humor, which is saying a Jeffries-Johnson battle as the crown
good deal. He began the day with a ing shame of a city which boasted in its
brisk eight mile walk, then, postponing . "possession of gambling halls, divorce
his ring work until the cool of evening, courts and saloons." and declared that
spent ranch of the time entertaining the fight would have a brutalizing ef-
tfre visitors who thronged the resort- feet upon the -community, as it made big
3 ic one of Johnson's traits that he in its wake the "riff-raff of humanity
llfeos to see evervbodv happy. He was and off-scourings of the country." The
:k-epig things "going Sunday, urging speaker declared that even California,
iugers in tbe cafe to greater efforts, notorious for "crude civilization," had
calling rhis or that bvstander into the rejected the fight which Reno welcomed
fun and oecesioaaJIv assisting the gen- with open arms. At the conclusion of
era! merriment. ' his address, Rev. Mr. Burwell admitted
Nearly everybody in Reno visited one that it would be impossible to prevent
c- th other of the camps Sunday. Most that contest.
c Thesn Welted both. There were many - Jeff Receive John L.
wonvn Itie curious throngs and their; Jeffries and Corbett on Saturday re-
Fnnimer finery lent a festive appear- lented their treatment of exchampion
ance to the assemblage at each camp. John L. Sullivan and received him cor-
Th rank and fiie of the Fourth of dially.
July audience has not yet put in its "Gentleman Jim" was conveniently on
sppe&raace. "When it comes it will hand when Sullivan's automobile
cone witii a rash and the railroad offi- drew up. "I guess everything is all
elate are preparing to &andle the great- right notv." said the old fighter as he
est traffic congestion the city has ever grasped Corbett's outstretched hand.
known. ' "Sure was the quick freply And
Arena Goes Up FastJ j as they stood chatting together a b-at-
The entire framework of the arena! terv 0f cameras trained upon the pair
has been set In place. The fast worfc j DV newspaper photographers opened
tf ths ronfrnrtors tiasz trreatlv nleas
promoter Riekard and it is announced
tjhe open air pavilion will be completed j
Two hundred men, under the direction
of gang bosses, have followed the plan
laid out by contractor McLaughlin and
rectien by section the sides of the octa
gon, with the heavy jtfmbers, have been
placed. Most of the heavy work was
completed In 14 working hours. The
arena Is being built from the same gen
eral plans as for the one that was to
have been constructed in '.Frisco, the
only difference being that the size of
the structure has been materially re-dn--cd.
Capt. "William L. Cox of the Nevada
state police, arrived with six of his
picked desert riders Sunday. He comes
under the order of governor DIckerson
and will he joined by more of his force
later. Capt. Cox and his men will assist
the local authorities in preserving or
William Muldoon cominjr up accom
panied Corbett and Sullivan into the
rubbing room, where Jeffries was
stretched on a slab. The big felloe
held out his hand in welcome and John
Lu shook it warmly as he cried: "Hello,
young felloTv! By heavens, you're look
"And I'm feeling great," Jeffries
told him. Then for a quarter of an
hour they talked about battles of a
bygone day, after which with another
handshake all around, Sullivan return
ed to Reno.
FIGHT FAXS LEAVE
FOR THE RIXGSTDE
New York, N. T., June 27.
An exodus of sporting men for
Reno is now on. Large num
bers of easterners left here $o-
der on the day of the 'fight and until - day for thhe Jeffries-Johnson
fhKt m n .dfe- fitrht- Tfte opinion is sua in
Tom Corbett of San Francisco, who
was appointed official betting commis- ) -O-
sioner for the contest by Tex Rirkard,
Is expected to arrive "Wednesday morn
ing to handle the wagers that will be
made. Much Interest Is displayed as to
fierht- The opinion
favor of Jeffries, but there has
been little -oetclng, most of
those intending to wager pre
ferring to place their bets at
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At Shreveport R. H. E.
Houston 6 ox S
Shreveport 5 6 6
Batteries Houston, Rose, Malloy and
Kelsey; Shreveport, Herbert, Howell,
Hemminger and Garvin.
At Dallas R- H. E.
San Antonio 1
Batteries San Antonio, Griffin
Schan; Dallas, Dale and Moran.
Umpires Blonding, Shontz
At Fort "Worth No game on account
1 XATIOXAI. LEAGUE.
At St. Louis (first game) R. H. E.
Cincinnati ..0 0000000 1 1 5 5
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 13 0 5 9 10 2
Batteries Cincinnati, Beebe and
Clarke 3 St. Louis, Harmon and Bresna
Umpires Rigler and Emslie.
Second game R. H. E.
Cincinnati 0 10 2 0 10 0 I 10 1
St. Louis 001023 0 6 9 2
Called at end of eighth inning on ac
count of darkness.
Batteries Cincinnati, Rowan and Mc
Lean; St. Louis, Bachman, Corridon and
Umpires Rigler and Ertlslie.
At Detroit R- H. E.
St. Louis 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 2 7 0
Detroit 00100000 01 9 0
Batteries St. Louis, Ray and Ste
phens; Detroit, Summers and Stanage.
Umpires Connolly and Dineen-
At Boston R- H. E.
Boston 0 0000000 1 1 8 2
Philadelphia 01000001 2 8 2
Batteries Boston, Collins and Klei
now; Philadelphia, Plank and Dono
hue. Umpires O'Loughlin and Perrine.
At Washington R- H. E.
New York...O 10 0 12 11 1 7 16 0
Washington 00010006 34 8 3
Batteries New York, Warhop and
Sweeney; Washington, Johnson and
Umpires Egan and Sheridan.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 0'1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 8 1
Pittsburg ...00501020 S 12 2
Batteries Chicago, Reulbach, Richie
and Kling; Pittsburg, Xeever and Gib
son. Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At New York R. H
Philadelphia 00000100 0 1 5 2
New5Tork...O 0 0 0 0 13 0 4 9 0
Batteries Philadelphia, Foxen and
Jacklltsch; New York, Mathewson and
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At Chicago R- H. E.
Cleveland ..00000000 00 6 1
Chicago 0 02,20000 4 8 1
Batteries Cleveland, Young and Eas
terly; Chicago. Scott and Payne.
Umpires Evans and Kerin.
At Omaha (first game) R. H. E
Omaha ...010001002 0 4 11 2
St. Joseph 00002110 J0 15 9 2
Batteries Omaha, Keeley and Gon
ding; St. Joseph, Manske, Baker and
Second game R- H. E.
Omaha 2 3 0 0 13 4 0 13 12 1
St. Joseph .3 0300000 0 6 8 4
Batteries Omaha, Sanders, Rhoades
and Cadman; St. Joseph, Baker, Johnson
LL InUU iLnnfi
Mavericks Lose Saturday's
Game and Start to Lose
Sunday's at Cananea.
At Des Moines (first game)
Dps Moines.. 2 0 4 0 10 1
Topeka 0 0000000 0 0 6,, 4
Batteries Des Moines, Biersdorfer
and Hawkins; Topeka, Wright and
Second game (6 Innings) R- H. E.
Des Moines 0 0 0 0 1 23 3 2
Topeka 4 0 0 0 0 0 I o 1
Lincoln 10 0 0 2 1
Wichita 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Lincoln, Hagerman and
Kruger; Wichita. Shaner and Shaw.
0 0 4 8
2 0 0 2 4
At Boston R. H. L
Brooklyn ..01000000 0 1 7 1
Boston 0 0030000 x 3 6 2
Batteries: Brooklyn, Bell and Ber
gen; Boston. Mattern and Graham.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan-
COAST LEAGUE. ,
At Sacramento R. H. E.
Portland 2 10 1
5i"ionfn I .119 9
"Rjjf tfriP5; "Pnrflnnrt- SZpatnn smr? TTIch-
er; Sacramento, Nouse, Whalen and
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles 6 6 0
Oakland 2 4 4
Batteries 'Los Angeles, Tozer and
Smith; Oakland, Nelson and Pearce.
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Vernon 2 5 1
San Francisco , 3 7 2
Batteries "Vernon, Brackenridge and
Brown; San Francisco, Sutor and WI1-
SAXDERSON "WINS MARATHON GAME
Sanderson, Tex., June 27. The San
derson Browns defeated the Marathon
Meteors at Marathon by a score of 14
to 13. A return "game "will be played
At Sioux City R- H. E.
Denver 0 2011202 19 15 5
Sioux City...O 2 0 0 0 0 10 36 11 2
Batteries Denver, Schreiber and Mc
Murray; Sioux City, Freeman and Miller.
At Atlanta Atlanta, 2-0; Chattanoo
ga. 0-3 (two games).
At Birmingham Birmingham, 2-0;
Mobile. 1-2 (two games).
At Montgomery Montgomery, 2;
New Orleans, 9.
At Nashville Nashville, 0; Mem
On Y. M. C. A. tennis courts Satur
day afternoon J. J Ormsbee defeated H.
N. Alleman, 9 to 0, and R. L. Hafey, 9
to 2. The scores are figured on the
best nine games in 17. rather than sets
as owing to the large number of players
in the tournament, it would be impos
sible to finish the contest this summer.
Big League Baseball .
Pittsburg 10100100 03 9 0
Cincinnati. 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 x 6 '5 1
Batteries: White and Gibson; Suggs
and McLean, Clarke.
Ompires: Rigler and Emslie.
Chicago 0 1
St. Louis 0 0 0 00 2 0 0 02 S 2
Batteries: Kroh, Cole and Kling;
Sallee and Bresnahan.
Umpires: Johnstone and Moran.
AX Chicago: R.H.E
Chicago 10000300 0 4 6 3
Cleveland 00050000 0 5 8 2
Batteries: Walsh and Payne; Koest
ner, Falkenberg and Easterly.
At St. Louis:
St. Louis ...?.0 3 1 W 0 0 0 0 x-
R.H.E St. Louis . . . ?.0 3 1 W 0 0 0 0 x i 7 1
0 0 0 2 0 0 x 3 7 0 j Detroit 0 1 0 2 0 0 00 0 3 5 2
Batteries: Pelty and Killifer; Killian
k "WESTERN LEAGUE.
First game: R HE
Lincoln 16 18 2
St,. Joseph -i 9
Batteries: Geist and Kruger; Baker
Second game: R H E
Lincoln 6 11 2
St. Joseph 1 1 5
Batteries: McGrath -and Clark; Spears
and Frambes. :
At Sioux City: R H E
Sioux City 1 8 1
Topeka 3 12 3
Batteries: Wilson and Miller; Jack
son and Kerns.
At Omaha: R
Batteries: Jarnigan and Bi
Meltor and Sanders.
At Des Moines: R H E
Des Moines 3 S 4
Denver 1 7 1
Batteries: Herschfe and Bachant;
Bhman and McMurray.
At Sacramento: R H E
Portland 1 5 1
Sacramento 0 4 3
Batteries: Garrett,. Gregg and Mur
ray; Hunt and Thomas.
At San Francisco
Morning game: R
San Francisco 1
Vernon 2 7
Batteries: Miller, Browning .
Williams; Carson and Hogan. -Afternoon
game: . R H
San Francisco 14 ''IS 2
Vernon 0 6 3
Batteries: Stewart and Williams;
Willetts, Hensliug and Hogan.
At Los Angeles
First game: R H E
Los Angeles 7 9 2
Oakland 5 S 2
Batteries: Klein, Nagle and Waring;
Harkins and Mltze.
Second game: - R H E
Los Angeles 4 9 0
Oakland 1 S 4
Batteries: Thorsen and Smith; Moser,
Tenneson and Pearce.
At Oklahoma City:
Bandy, Crowson and Drucke
Batteries: Mai lory. Hornsby
Kelsey; Ashton and Henninger.
Second game: R
Shreveport "... 4
Batteries: Watson and Kelsey; Tes
reau and Garvin.
Called at end of the sixth inning to
allow Houston to catch train.
At Dallas: R
San Antonio 2
Batteries: Blanding and
Shontz and Onslow.
Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, June 27.
A merciful rain fell during the second
inninw of the Cananea-El Paso game
Sunday, stopping the slaughter of the
Mavericks after Cananea had scored
three runs off of seven hits, all made
off of Wlngo Anderson's delivery. The
local club was going for a victory when
the rain interfered and stopped the
game. Thomas opposed Anderson in
the box and allowed but two hits, neith
er of which went for runs The score
of the three innings played was:
R. H. E.
Cananea 3 7 0
El Paso 0 2 1
Batteries: Cananea, Thomas and
" haling; El Paso, Anderson and Mer
ritt. Saturday's Game.
Little Fat Wylie played a mean, low
down, trick on his former teammates,
the Mavericks from El Paso, Saturday.
With no more feeling than a Cardiff
giant, little fat boy went in and pitched
nine innings and got away without" al
low ing his former teammates to score
but three runs while his recently ac
quired friends . among the Cananeans
piled up eight in the nine innings. Wy
lie was working good and he slapped
his offerings over where the El Paso
hitters just could not connect. Booles
pitched for EI Paso and allowed one
more hit than did Fat Wylie. the total
R. H. E. j on the El Paso run, hit and error col-
0 1 9 10 1 ! umn Including nine hits for the red
haired one. Goodman, sur name Bill,
slapped out a home run on Booles, al
most breaking Red's heart and incident
ally the game for there were two yel
Iotv legged runners on base and the
total amounted to three additional' for
Cananea. Bert Whaling .4cored four
runs all by himself with three singles
hit in a pinch. Goodman's fielding 4was
also a feature of the game, the heavj'
hitter accepting nine chances in the
field. The score was:
R. H. E.
Cananea . R 9 3
El Paso 3 8 1
Batteries: Cananea, "Wylie and Whal
irg; El Paso, Booles and Merritt.
How It "Was Done.
There were no runs obtained in the
first inning, both sides going out in
one two-three order.
In the second Jackson was first man
up for El Paso. He singled, Ketchum
singled; Gill singled; Wright flied out
to left garden; Hewitt bingled to third,
Nalle dropping the ball, his second
error, Jackson and Ketchum scoring.
Goodman was then placed on third, be
ing taken out of left, and Gamble was
placed out -In the garden. Booles failed
to reach first ahead of a small one to
short; Gowan walked; Earthman struck
out. Two runs.
Cananea failed to connect.
Third Inning Merritt singled; Jack
son singled Ketchum tried to run one
out to first, but failed; Gill sacrificed,
Merritt scoring; Wright flied out to
short- One run.
Wylie fanned; Goodman failed to
reach first on a little bingle; Adams
singled on error of Wright; Hodges hit
to short and Adams was forced out at
second. No runs.
Fourth inning El Paso failed to con
nect. Bob " haling was first man up for
Cananea and walked: Gamble hit to
short and Bob was forced out at second;
Tom Whaling singled; Brand singled,
but Tom was caught at second; Brand
steals second; Bert Whaling sends a
hot one to right, scoring Gamble and
Brand; Wylie failed to beat out a little
one. Two runs.
Fifth inning Jackson fouled out to
third; Ketchum out at first; Gill also
falls to reach the initial sack. No runs.
Goodman flies out to left; Adams
takes first by being hit by pitched ball;
Hodges fanned; Bob, Whaling fouled
out. No runs.
Here time was called for about 10 or
15 minutes on account of the increasing
wind and the large amount of dust. It
also rained a little.
Sixth Inning Thomas goes into right,
replacing Hodges, who is benched on ac
count of "sassing" the umps on account
of a close decision. It was all about a
foul hit by Bob Whaling which struck
about six inches foul at first sack.
"Wright was first man up for the visit
ors. He failed to leach first: Hewitt
likewise; Booles gets to first, being hit
by pitched ball; Gowan singles: Earth
man singles; Merrlt fails to reach first
ahead of ball. No runs.
Gamble walked; Tom Whaling bunted
to pitcher. Gamble gets caught at sec
ond; Brand singled; Bert Whaling
bunted and got away with it, also scor
ing Tom; Wylie fanned; Goodman gets
a homerun, sending the ball over to
the loft field fence, scoring Tom and
Brand; Adams failed to connect. Four
runs. t '
Seventh inning No runs.
Eighth inning No runs for Dl Paso.
Tom Whaling singled; Brand sacrificed;
Bert Whaling gets a two-bagger, scor
ing Tom, and is spiked accidenally at
second; Nalle runs for him; Wylie flied
out to center; Goodman singles, and in
attempting to steal second, Bert scores,
Goodman then allowing himself to be
put out. Two runs.
Ninth inning Gowan singled, caught
at second on Earthman's little bingle;
Merritt flies out tq third; Jackson
fanned. No runs.
At Fort "Worth (15 Innings)
Ft. Worth .3
Batteries: Loudell, Ogles' and Thac
kara; Weatherford, Deardoff and Grib
bens. Umpire: Matthews-
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At Memphis: Memphis 6; Montgome
At New Orleans: New Orleans 1;
PORTLAND DEFEATS SMELTER.
By a score of 10 to 3, the Portland
Cement company ball team defeated the
Smelter team Saturday afternoon at
Washington park. The game was played
in one hour and 15 minutes. The fea
tures of the game were the three-base
hits by Gray and Kiefer of the Portland
team. Kiefer also stGis rive bases- The
score: R II E
Portland Cement 10 11 3
Smelter 3 7 5
Batteries: Portland, Porter and Fin
ney; Smelter, Barclay and Fechtner.
Clifton and Morenci have at last
broken into the selqct class. The result
is what was confidently expected. Mo
renci made a remarkable showing, but
lost two hard-luck affairs in 'the Fri
day and Saturday sessions with Doug
las. It was hoped hereabouts that Mo
renci would win one of the games,
just to make it interesting. Douglas
is jumping up just a little too much to
suit anybodj-, even Bisbee. At that,
Morenci came so near it both times that
there were many Douglas fans holding
their breath for fear the cliff dwellers
would slip it over. They evidently have
some good pitchers, as the Douglas
swatters could glean no more from
their delivery than the league new
comers got from the veteran Kane and
Humphries, touted as fresh from the
Philadelphia field. From the big mar
gin attained by successive victories
over Clifton, however, Morenci can af
ford to lose one or two.
What ait awful slaughter, on the
other hand, Clifton must have received
at the hands of the hard hitting Bisbee
Maroons. Everybody on the tam
connected. "Pinkie" Grindle and Gra
ham got home runs, while the three
baggers were too numerous to count
almost. Twenty-three bingles was the
total. Gregory, the new recruit from
Peoria, 111., officiated for Bisbee and
did not have to do anything but take
It easy. Somebody in El Paso was
walking around "with a bet all day
Saturday that Bisbee would score bet
ter than 15 runs. But their money
went begging, as noboody was willing
to take a chance. Clifton, however
doesn't intend to take a back seat
much longer. Six players, all from
Penn State university, "were due to ar
rive in Bisbee Sunday to strengthen
the hill toppers. Manager Riley prom
ises a more formidable lineup in games
And now comes Bisbee with a holler
against Chevalier, the pitcher who
went up there, landed in the morninjg,
making a change of about 3000 feet in
altitude, pitched in the afternoon, gave
out and was released the same night.
In addition to stating that Chevalier
was-peeved. it is said at Bisbee thit
everything is inTiarmony between the
board of d!rectors and the team and
that nobody is dissatisfied 3ut enta
iler. Chevalier wasn't "ungrateful, how -ever,
as was stated, for the assistance
the true fans up there rendered him.
The only kick Joe has coming, he
says, fs that he didn't have a fair trial
or a chance to get used to the alti
tude. Saturday night ,when baseball re
turns were late, the fans hung about
town until the lights went out waiting
to hear the news from Cananea. Too
bad telegraphic facilities are so bad
across the border. Yet the Mexican
government might have been at fault,
poring oer the bingles and bunts, for
two or three hours to see if they con
tained anything of revolutionary Im
port. The wires are run by the gov
ernment and everything, particularlv
at such a time, has to be scrutinized.
Any "way. commend El Paso fans for
their patience, although in this case it
was only rewarded with additional dis
appointment, more than the delay of
the message brought. El Paso lost.
Fat Wylie turned the trick. Ever
since he and toe Mavericks parte 1
company it has ben his oft-expressed
desire to beat the club that turned
him loose. Saturday his wishes were
realized and Fat Is now a happy little
parcel, as he's worked a full game and
won a permanent berth with the Qulen
Sabes. This was a little in doubt pre
viously, as his work had been some-
(Continued on Page Five.)
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Clifton Team Is Defeated;
Saturday and Sunday
by the Maroons.
Bisbee, Ariz., June 27. Bisbee talked
away with the big end of the score
arrainst Clifton Sunday, the final reck
oning being 10 to 4 in favor of the lo
cal club. Clifton's crack players from
Pennsylvania did not arrive in time
for the Sunday game and the old line
up was 'Used.
The Saturday Game
Bisbee got to Clifton for a total of
19 runs in the Saturday game, making
the exhibition one' of foot racing more
than baseball Clifton sent Abbott in to
start the pitching, but lasted but five
innings, and was followed by Scanlon.
Graham and Pink Grindle each got
home runs off of the Clifton pitchers
The arrival of six Pennsylvania uni
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prove the Clifton club before it left
Bisbee. The score of the baseball game
TI. H. E.
Bisbee 19 23 3
Clifton 3 13 G
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Grindle: Clifton, Abbott, Scanlon and
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