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The Herald's Sporting News
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FT. STOCKTON WINS
TWO FROM MARATHON
Second Grame Is a Shutout.
Fi. Stockton Pitchers
Fort Stockton, July 22. Marathon
end Fort Stockton played a double head,
er here, Fort Stockton winning both
games, the first by a score of 10 to 5.
The feature of the game was the pitching-
of Leverett for Stockton, who fanned
out 11 of the first 12 batters who faced
him, and making a total strikeout rec
ord of 17. Leverett also knocked a home
run with one man on the bas'es in the
sixth. Thornsbery took off the batting
honors, he was up four times and bat
The second game was only seven In
nings and Stockton shut Marathon out
S to 0. The feature was the pitching of
"Winters for the Stockton team. Ma
rathon was entirely outclassed at all
stages of the pame, McDfonald, for
Marathon, pitched an excellent game,
but had no support, every man on the
Marathon team contributied, to the er
First Game Lineup '
Marathon Dixon, catcher; Marshall
(capt.) " first base. "Wilson, shortstop;
Shely, left field. Kelly, third base; Spur,
center field: McDonald, pitcher: Tay
lor, right field; Reynolds, second base.
Fort Stockton Thornsbery, catcher;
CaTr, first base; Jenkins (capt.) short- ;
s'op Jackson, left field; "Winters, third j
basr- Grimes, center field; Leverett,
pifher; Moore, right field; Rooney, sec
The lineup for the second game, was
thA snme excent that Stubblefield re
placed "Winters for Stockton and "Win-
ters pitched instead of Leverett.
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
By Horace H. S&clton.
The Fort "Worth team of the Texas
League has signed Sam Stovall, broth
er of captain Stovall of the Cleveland
team of the American league, as an
outfielder. Stovall will be welcomed
back to Texas, for he played in this
league for a number of years with San
SOME FIXE SCOIISS ARE
MADE IX GUX COXTEST j
Philadelphia, Pa., July 22. The East-
ern handicap, the concluding event m
the three days target tournament at
Edgehill, was won by Charles, H. New
comh of Philadelphia, who tied at 97
with H. H. Engle -of New York, and
won the shoot-off 19 to 15. J. M. Haw
kins, the Baltimore professional, was
high gun in the event, with 98, but was
ineligible for the prize, which was open
only to amateurs.
Remarkable scores were made in the
morning events. F- S. Bilis, Chicago,
C. D- Speier.. St- Louis, H. H. Stevens.
Perth Airiboy, and F. D. Kelsey, an
amateur from East Aurora. N. T., each
broke S9 of their 100 targets. f
C L. Powers, Decatur. Ill-, and
Charles H. Kewcomb were the high am
ateurs lor the three days. Each broke
571 of thrirCOO targets.
New England league, where he has been
Jim Drohan. the Indian twirler who
sprained his ankle ten days ago while
sliding into the plate at Oklahoma City,
will be back Xn the game this week.
Louis Drucke, the Texas pitcher who
has made a good record with the Xew
York Nationals, has fallen prey to the
Pittsburg team In the last few games
he has pitched. He has also been the
victim, of hard luck. Every bobble he
makes, even though it is of the slight
est, works to the advantage of his op
Another home run has broken up a
game in Texas. In the eleventh in
ning in the game between Dallas and
Shreveport Monday, one over the fence
by Jackson in that inning saved the
day for Dallas.
Hub Northern is hitting ,333 and is
leading the Houston club by a big mar
gin. Hank Gowdy is cluting the ball
at a -.335 clip and Is topping the Dallas
Giants sons of swat.
This McAdaiw-, a recruit from the
"Western association, with Brooks Gor
don and Bates Simpson, has been play
ing great hall for the Navigators. So
has Loudell. With a winning club,
these twirlers would be sharing ' the
spotlight with Shonz of Dallas and
Burke of Fort Worth.
KlawRter, member of the Shreveport
Tigers in 1909, but now with Memphis
f team of the Western association, has
won 14 games in a row and will proba-
j bly be purchased by Oklahoma City.
.vuuiewa iitt-s nau ms weamei eve uw
the youngster for some time.
"Chief" Weeks, the Mexican twirler
tried out by Fort Worth in the spring
time, is beating all of the New Mexico
teams o a frazzle. His confidence has
been rstored and his effectiveness is,
tremendous. There will probably be a
scramble to get him back into the
Texas league next 3'ear.
Antonio. He has already joined the Ft. j in the Southern league, is proving the
worm team, coming airect irora me j niusi rtmarKaoie neiuer in inac league.
Munsell, who was with Waco, has
jumped that team. He is now playing
independent ball with Wichita Falls,
He has played two positions, pitcher
and outfielder, without making a bob
ble, keeping his average at 1.000 for the
Everett Lusk, a promising player for
a time in the Southwest Texas" league,
and later In east Texas, is now playing
independent ball in Fort "Worth.
It is announced that the arrears in
salaries of the Oklahoma City plasters
have been paid. This may be the rea
son the team is putting more ginger
into its work.
Gowan recently had a chance at short
for Shreveport. during illness of Flick, '
and did nice work. It's in the young
ster i it can only be brought out.
Harbison, of Waco, has been moved to
short and Connoway brought back into .184.108.40.206,.4,4141.4.0..
me game, siuce juck. jonnson was
forced to go home on account of in
juries. Harbison has been moved
around as much as Jerry Kane or
"Scudder" B11 this season.
What's this? St. Louis, 2; New York.
19! Three Louis pitchers were deboxed
aud York scored in every up.
Barney Oldfield again is at record
slashing. This time he did it at Park'
ersburg, W. Va., Thursday afternoon.
Barney lOTvered his own mile on a half
mile track from 1:06 1-2 to 1:06 flat,
and Ben Kerscher, of New York, estab
lished a world's two mile record of
two runs, and that lost for Des Moines
at Lincoln Thursday. Both pitchers
were -nild, but got good support. Oth
erwise It would have been worse than
5 and 4.
Pitcher Arthur "Bugs" Raymond and
manager McGraw. of the Mew York Na
tionals, clashed at St. Louis Thursday
afternoon and the pitcher is suffering
from a discolored optic .is a re:a!T'.
I When he reported at the ball park his
CLIFTON GREYS TO
PLAY MORENCI A. C.
1 aerea mm to remove nis uniurm. itay
j mond refused and a mixup was precipi
t tated by McGraw, from which Raymond
'9d fnr o Vinlf mile, frnolf
. , , . condition displeased McGraw. who or-
As revenge for the New ork defeat, ( dered him tQ remove his unif3rm. Ray-
sc. Louis at St. louis suut out -ew
York by 2 runs Thursday. Sallee was
DacK in tue game alter iu uays- rest, emerged second best
and held the visitors tnrougnout.
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season, has been annexed by the Brook
lyn Nationals. It appears that "Stark
made a hit with Larry Sutton, the scout
of the Superbas, and that the offer,
made by the latter was accepted. Stark
had one fling with Cleveland but was
not in shape to make good. Those who
have seen him play here are of the
opinion that he will make good in big
company if he once gets off on his feet
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Pennell, who recently joined San-Antonio,
looks as if he was destined to
load tho league in hitting. Home runs
have been his specialty of late.
Robinson, pitcher on the El Reno
LiA MESA "WIXS GAME
La Mesa, N. M., July 22. In the ball
game between the La Mesa West Siders
and Chamberino, the West Sidf-s won
"by a score of 16 to 15. Chamh-rino -will
play La Mesa Sunday, -July 24. at La
Mesa north of Roosevelt park.
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PRIZE FIGHTER WEDS -
' A "WEALTHY GIKU.
Buffalo. N. Y.. July 22. Billy
R. Papke, middleweight boxer,
was yesterday -married by RevG.
! Ethan Curtiss, of Niagara Spuare
Congregational church, to Miss
Edna E. Pulver, pf Hamilton, O;-
tarlo Miss Pulver's family is
Begins Monday Morning
Veteran Big League Catcher
STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
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J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. OncorpoaUd)'
Douglas vs. EI Paso
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
GA3IE CALLED AT 3:30 P. M.
LS FRIDVY LDIES FREE.
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Harness racing at Grand Rapids is
being held on a track at Comstock
park, where they hold the annual west j
Michigan pumpkin shows. However, the
track and grand stand are of the best
in the border state.
Jimmy O'Rourke, Columbus American
third baseman, who was hit 011 the head
Wednesday, is still speechless in a Co
lumbus hotel. The ball was pitched by
"Vinegar Bill" Essick, of Kansas City.
Chicago -won at Philadelphia Thurs
day, scoring their runs in the eighth
inning. It was done on J Collins's
triple, Dougherty's single, a base on
balls and an error by Davis. That's all.
Oh, yes. Pitcher Elmer Reiger was
released Thursday to the St. Paul Amer
ican association team, and outfielder
Ernest Lush was released uncondi-
tionally by the St. Louis Nationals. St. back. Revenge!
Louis management must be peevish. I A batting rally
races. The fall meet will open Sep
tember 17 and go 30 days.
By winning the Yonkers handicap at
Empire City Thursday, Dalmation. the 1
to 2 favorite, made a new track record.
The 1 1-16 miles was done In 1:45 1-5.
just 1-5 second faster than the record.
Brown, of Chicago, pitched a "just
lovely" game against Boston Thursday,
winning the opener, 3-0. Steinfeldt led
the batting with two biugles'and a
triple in three, times up. Frock left the
slab in the sixth, when the Cnbsdid
We have discovered the solution of
the dead golf balL knotty problem. If
less space covering quality is needed
why not try a hockey puck? Also, a
Jack Holland, owner of the St. Jo
seph baseball club, has sold "Tex" Jones
and Roy Corhan .to the Chicago Amer
ican league club for 8000. It is the
first big sale made in the Western
leatrue this season. The terms of the
sale are 4000 in cash.and four class
A. ball players. worth at least 1000
each. St. Joseph is to have first choice
WHERE THEY PLAY SATURDAY.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Boston.
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Washington.
Oklahoma City' at Waco.
Fort "Worth at San 'Antonio.
Dallas at Houston.
Shreveport at Galveston.
Douglas at El Paso.
Cananea at Bisbee.
Morenci at Clifton.
on the services of both Jones and Cor
han, provided they fail to make good
with the White Sox next season. They
will remain with St. Joseph this sea
son. Leach hit a home run with the bags
lost a double header at Pitsburg Thurs
day. Brooklyn earlier in the season
helped to give the champions their set
in the sixth netted
llSw THEY STAXD.
Team P. W.
New York 79
St. Louis - SI
ig League Baseball
New York SI
j Chicago ,. SO
St. Louis 7S
Game Scheduled for Suiiiiiy
With Old Pans Post
poned. Clifton, "Ariz., July 22. The contest
between the Greys and the old fans that
was announced for Sunday has been
postponed for one week to allow the
Greys to play the Morenci A. C. team
Since the organization of the Morenci
team the Greys have been trying to ar
range a date and the coming Sunday of
fers the first opportunity when Cactus
league dates do not conflict.
The Morenci A C. team has several
of the league team's utility men in its
lineup as well as retired leaguers. The
game will be played at Morenci- The
Clifton old fans will take advantage of
the additional week for practicing- That
they are out for business was shown
when a forfeit of 100 was posted by
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Santo Fe, N. M.. July 22. Lawyers ad
mitted by the supreme court to practice
law in New Mexico are M. E. SoRelle,
of Farmington; Harry B. Cornell, of Al
buquerque; Leroy O. Moore, of Santa
5 Fe: Raymond B. Harrison, of Clovis,
and P. E. Carter, of Portales.
At Pittsburg First game R. H. E.
Brooklyn 10000000 0 1 5 1
Pittsburg 10211000 x 5 9 0
Batteries: Brooklyn Rucker, Dessau
and Bergen: Pittsburg Camnitz and
Gibson; umpires Johnstone and Eason.
U Fort Worth. R. H. E.
Waco ..0 3 1
Fort Worth 3 S 1
Batteries: Waco. Woodburn and Gar
vin; Fort Wort!?, McKay and Green. J
Umpires: Bailey and Jeffries.
Lon Crljjer, the veteran catcher of the Xew York American. Crtger nnw
Joined hi team and will probably tnke his jilace behind the bat nrly this
week. The veteran was ill and Hns been reMinsr up at his home in Elkhart,
Ind- Crlger is looking well and apparpptli the Ijnsc rent benefited him uuite
a cood deal. HK presence in the game will aid in restoring confidence among
the young pitchers.
At Pittsburg Second game R. H. E.
Brooklyn ...... 0000 00 000 0 S 0
Pittsburg 00104011 x 7 11 0
Batteries: Brooklyn Wilhelm and
Erwin; Pittsburg White and Gibson;
umpires Johnstone and Easou.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Boston 00000000 0 0 0 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 x 3 60
Batteries: Boston Frock and Gra
ham; Chicago Brown and Kliug; um
pires Klem and Kane.
At Cincinnati R.H. E.
Philadelpn-a ... 1110 000 0 0 3 10 0
Cincinnati ..... 0020,00 000 2 5 4
Batteries: Philadelphia Moore and
Dooln; Cincinnati Rowan and McLean;
umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At St. Louis R- H. ii.
New York 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 7 1
St. Louis 0 0 000020 x 2 7 1
Batteries: New York Wiltse and
Meyers; St. Louis Sallee and Bresna
han; umpires Rigler and Emslle.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. f
At Boston R.H. E.
Detroit 00000000 0 0 4 1
Boston 02100001 x 4 5 1
Batteries: Detroit Stroud and Stanr
age; Boston Karger and Carrigan; um
pires Connolly and Kerln.
R. H. E.
, . 1 2 1
..... 0 6 3
Team ' P.
Fort Worth 91
San Antonio 91
Oklahoma City ... S6
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32 4S .400 :
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At San Antonio. R. H. E.
Oklahoma Cty 2 S 1
San Antonio ..2 S 1
Batteries: Oklahoma City, Thlelman.
Drohan and Drucke; San Antonio, Bil
liard, Feeney and Sehan.
Game called at end of lOJth inning on J
account of darkness. ,
Bisbee . -Morenci
El Paso .
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At Galveston first game R. H. E.
Dallas ..'. 7 13 Of
Galvestpn ....... ..0 6 1,
Batteries: Dallas, Yates and Onslow ; I
Galveston, Garber and Braun. '
Umpire: Matthews. J
Second game. R H. E.
Dallas 0 2 0
Galveston . . . '. 1 1 0
Batteries: Dallas, Dale and Onslow;
Galveston, Crabble and McLcan: ,
Umpire: Matthews. ;
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Game called end of seventh inning bj
At New York ' R. H. E.
St. Louis 000020. J 0 2 7 S
New York 53313031 x 19 15 0
Batteries: -St. .uouis Hay, Bailey, Kin
sella. Stephens and Allen; New York
"Vaughan and Mitchell; umpires Evans
At Washington R-. H. E.
Cleveland 00 0100 000 1 S 1
Washington ... 040D0004 x S 11 1
Batteries: Cleveland Linke and Easter
ly: Washingto'n Reisling and Becken
dorf; umpires Perrine.
At Philadelphia 1- H. E,
Chicago 00000003 0 3 S 3
Philadelphia ... 00001100 0 2 6 1
Batteries: Chicago Walsh and Sulli
van; Philadelphia Plank and Thomas;
umpires Egan and O'Loughlln.
At Montgomery: Montgomery, 0; At
At New Orleans: New Orleans, 3:
Vt Lirnnugh.ini: Birmingham, 0; Mo
At Mobile. Mobile, 0, Nashville, 1.
At Denver. R. H. E
Topeka. . ..10010000 0 2 S 2
Denver. ...0 0021113 S 15 1
Batteries: Harris, Jackson aud
Kerns-; Olmstead and McMurray.
At Wichita. R. H. E.
St. Joseph .0 3100100 5 10 10 2
Wichita . .0 0011000 0 2 S 2
Batteries: Manske vand Frambes;
Ducham and J6kerst. '
R. H. E.
1 0 10v12 0
Sioux City 00010010 3 5 10 1G
Batterie: Hollenbeck and Caiman,
Freeman, McLean and Miller.
At Lincoln. R H. E. I
T.innnln ninnnn r T A
Des Moines 01102000 04 i 6 0
Batteries: Fox and Kruger; Hersche
At Oakland. j R. H. E.
Los Angeles .. ..J. 1 4 1
Oakland 4 7 0
Batteries: Criger and Waring; Live
ly and Mitze.
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OINCEOATI AND BETURF 64.05
TOLEDO AND RETURN 66.65
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN. . 81.35
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN 49.65
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
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At Portland R. H. E.
Portland .. 2 4 1
San Francisco . . . ..130
Batteries: Krapp an,i Murraj ; Su
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