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Big League Baseball
At Pittsburg R.H. E.
Brooklyn ...0000100 01 2 7 0
Pittsburg ..2 0002003 x 7 14 0
Batteries: Brooklyn, Scanlon and Er
win, Pittsburg. Maddox. Liefield and
Gibson. Umpire Easton and "John
stone. At Chicago R.H. E.
Boston ...002003010 0 6 12 2
Chicago ..0 00005100 1 7 10 1
Batteries: Boston, Mattern and Gra
ham; Chicago, Reulbach and Kling. Um
pires Klem and Kane.
At St. Louis '
Kew York ..3 0200122 0 9 12 2X
St. Louis ...0 1000010 0 2 10 2
Batteries: Xen' York, MathewSon and
Meyers; St. Louis, Semich, "Willis and
Bresnahan. Umpires Rigler and Ems
lie. R. H E-
Philadelphia 21000000 0 3 6 2
Cincinnati ..0 0000002 0 2 5 2
Batteries: Philadelphia, McQuillen
and Dooin; Cincinnati, Suggs, Fromme
and McLean. Umpires O'Day and
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Cleveland ..0 0000000 0 0 3 3j
Philadelphia 10000100 X 2 5 1
Batteries:-Cleveland, Fanwell and Be
znls; Philadelphia,- Coombs and Lapp.
Umpires O'Loughlln and Egan. ,
At Boston R. H. E.
St. Louis ...0 1010000 1 3 4 1
Boston 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 -H
Batteries: St. Louif. Powell and j
Stephens; Boston, CIcotte and Carrigan. ,
Umpires jverm ana iuunuuj.
At New Tork R. H. u.
Detroit 11000100 3 6 6 3
New-York ..0r0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 6 5
Batteries: Summers and Schmidt: New
York, Ford and Mitchell. Umpires
rEvans and Dlneen.
At 'Washington R. H. E.
Chicago 0 0000000 1 1 4 2
Washington .3000010 Ox i 6 0
Batteries: Chicago, Lange, ;Scott and
Sullivan; Washington, Johnson and
Beckendorf. Umpire Perrine.
At Galveston -R.H.E.
Shreveport -0 4 2
Galveston - 6 f5 0
Batteries: Shreveport, Lingerfelder
and Garvin; Galveston,
Graun; umpire, Jeffries.
Aa Dallas 1st game R- H. E.
Dallas 19 3
Houston 4 6 2
Batteries: Dallas, Evans and On
slow; Hpuston, Eubanks and' Bur"ch;
At Dallas 2d game R. Bi. E.
Dallas 0 2 3
Houston t 0 3 1
Batterits: Dallas, Yates and Onslow;
Houston, Malloy and Burch; umpire,
Called end of 10th inning on account
of darkness. ,
At San Antonio R. H. E.
Fort Worth 6 7 2
San Antonio 2 9 1
Batteries: Fort Worth, Burke and
Grlbbens; San Antonio, Abies and
Schan; umpire, Hurlbert.
At Oklahoma City
Waco a. 6 11
Oklahoma City 7 12 3
Batteries: Waco, X.oudell and Thack
ara; Oklahoma City, Young,' McClin
tock and Noyes; umpire, Bailey.
At Lincoln R.H. E.
Lincoln 00011000 ,10 1 4 6 2
S. City .0 003000000 0 3 10 6
Batteries: Lincoln, Hagerman and
Kruger, Clark; Sioux City, Alderman,
Wilson and Towne, Miller.
At Topeka R, H. E.
St, Joseph .2 1210000 1 7 11 1
Topeka 10020000 0 3 11 1
Batteries: St. Joseph, Swift, Baker
and Frambes; Topeka, Kaufman, Jack
son and Boles.
At Omaha R.H.E.
Omaha.. ..0 2000000 0 2 6 2
Des Moines 01200101 0 5 7 1
Batteries: Omaha, Keeley and Stow
ers. Gonding; Des Moines, Schnelberg
At Wichita R. H.E.
Denver 0 0330000 1 7 8 1
Wichita ...10010000 1 3 6 2
Batteries: Denver, Ehman and Mc
Murray; Wichita, Jarnigan, Shackle
ford and Shaw.
At San Francisco
R. H. E. ,
Oakland 2 7 1
Los Angeles 1 9 2
Batteries: Oakland, Nelson and
Mitze; Los Angeles, Nagle and Smith.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Vernon 4 6 0
Sacramento 1 2
Batteries: Vernon, Schafter ana
Hoffman; Sacramento, Hunt, Nourse and
I Angry ecaue He tVa, Left
At New Orleans New
At Montgomery Montgomery 2;
At Mobile Mobile 2; Nashville 6.
At Birmingham Birmingham
Memphis 6; 11 Innings.
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Thirteen Innings are unlucky
Paso. .Oh, you Douglas!
Senator Johnson Is on his way. Ta.
ta, au re voir, toot, toot; he's gone to
C. S. Bragg may be a darintr ama-
j teur motorist, but he seems to lack
I norse sense horsepower sense. At
cngmon xseacn aunaay ne won a race
after sailing through a fence twice,
and never stopping to repair the dam
age. Bat's DeLight, one of TV. K. Vander
bllt's nags, cashed the Prix de Norvay
r of 4Yz furlongs on the St. Cloud course
St. Louis was all but shut out at
home yesterday. New Tork. taking the
taffy, 4 to 1. Bridwell starred at the
-stick, making two. triples and a bingle.
With a record attendance, the 40 days
racing meet opened Sunday at Butte,
Mont. Seven books cut In, and the at
tendance was more than 1000.
Boston got it in the neck for a dou
ble header Sunday, with Chicago tieing
ribbon. One was a shutout, and
other mtle bfitter
More than 250 entries have been
made for the grand circuit meeting
August 1 to 5 at Detroit. One event
has 19 entries and another an even
A 12 inning game occurred Sunday
at Wichita, with Denver winning, 7 to
5. The visitors were defeated in the
second game by a near shutout S-l.
As the curtain raised for the West
ern Amateur Golf championship con
test, the Western golf teanf Sunday
won the Olympic cup. The play proper
begins today on the links of the Minl
kahda club, near Minneapolis.
Clcorte. at Boston Saturday, held St.
Louis -to four hits, but three of them,:
made runs. And Powell pitched snut
out bail. Not a local reached first,
Johnson struck out 11 visitors at
Washington Saturday and Chicago lost,
1 to 4. Washington played errorless
Coombs and Fanwell fought at Clo is
land Saturday until Philadelphia won a
two run shutout. Fanwell made his
debut and may be a comer despite his
Detroit started it at New York Sat
urday with two runs on Ford's base on
balls and Mitchell's wild tosses. The
last four were earned by heavy hitting
by Cobb, Crawford, T. Jones, Bush 'and
Cincinnati just escaped shutout at
Virtmc fiatnriiaf -n-HTi Th tin dflnhi;L ham-
meringVout three runs. The home team
used four pitchers.
New York won Its first game of the
season at St. Louis Saturday and it was
a slugfest, 9 to 2. Zemich, a new St.
Louis man, proved N. G.
Abbatticchio's wide throw to first let
in th winning run of the Boston at
Chicago game Saturday. Reulbach and
Mattern were batted off the rubber In
the sixth inning.
EL PASO RIFLEMEN DE
FEAT FORT BLISS TEAM
Five Men From the Post Fall Victims to
the El Pano Shooters Other
Event Shot on Sunday.
The El Paso Rifle club at Its reerular
w-eekly shoot at the range on Mundy
j Heights during Sunday morning, de
f feated the Fort Bliss team.
The weather conditions were very
bad during the earlier part of the
morning on account of an irregular
There were thirteen riflemen and a
number of visitors present.
The first contest was the match with
five riflemen from Fort Bliss. The
following scores were made:
Masters .-..i..rf. 28
Murray 1 28
Hilt '. 26
El Paso team
Rutledge. . 45
Filler. '. ,.... 49
Capt, Jack 28
a return match will be shot on the
Fort Bliss range on next Sunday.
The Hixson medal event was now
entered upon and the following scores
Haines 30, Paul 29, Filler 27, Capt. Jack
20, Rutledge 17.
The Daniels & Co event was the next
contest, and the following scores were
Filler 74. Haines 71, Rutledge 62, Paul
1 01, upL. jttcn. so-
MORENCI LOSES TWO
GAMES TO CLIFTON
Clifton Boys Take On New
Life and Play Like They
Meant To Win.
Morenci, Ariz., July 25. Clifton took
both games from .Morenci in fast play
ing Saturday 3 to 1 ana Sunday 4 to 2.
The arrival or McLveen, who was
brought up from Lordburg in a rail
road motor to be in time ior the Sat
urday game, seemed to put new life in
the Clifton team and tney played to
gether and with more snap tnan be
fore. Scanlon the visitor's veteran pitch
ier, was on the slab Saturday, and
showed rare form, keeping the hits
well scattered until the ninth, when
two baggers by Manes and Kelley
saved Mo.-encl from a shutout,
Ashley was on the hring line Sunday
for Morenci and pitched good ball. He
walked one man and had one error be
hind him, both -of which were followed
by hits and resulted In runs.
The visitors bunched four hits in
the sixth for one score. Woods cutting
off the second man at the plate.
Stanley, who was taken sick at the
start of the season, again appeared In
the Clifton lineup and played a pretty
game at second.
Clifton played an errorless game Sat
urday and hit when the hits counted.
The feature of the game was the all
round fait work of both teams and
from the spectator's viewpoint it was
the cleanest played gome of the sea
son. Sunday's Game.
Sunday Klepfer pitched for Clifton
and 'Merritt fof Morenci. Both men
did good work in the box. Riley and
Hofman caught for the visitors, and
the home team respectively.
Clifton is now taking heart and the
fans are saying, "I Hold you so; we
were only in hard luck; I knew we
would win." With two winning games
to her credit at the beginning of the
new series, the Clifton beys are feel
ing good. Morenci is not starting off
the new schedule -as well as she did
the old, but she had such a good
standing in the first half of the season
that she can afford to 'let the other
teams do some winning now.
Sunda3r's score: R. H. E.
Clifton 4 9 1
Morenci " 2 6 2
L-idich, If ...
McCIearyr rf 4
Riley, c 4
Stanley. 2b . . . :t. 3
Klepfer, cf.;. ...'. 3
Scanlan. p.. .- 4
Morenci AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Woods, rf 3 0 0 4 1 0
Manes, lb 4 1 2 12 1 1
J. Wilson. 3b 3 0 1 0 1 0
Kelley. cf 4 0 1 4 0 0
Jim Wilson, ss.. 4 0 1 1 2 0
Parks. If 3 0 1 1 0 0
Hofman, c ,. . 3 0 0 4 0 0
O'Brien, 2b 3 0 0 1 3 0
Ashley, p 3 0 1 0 5 0
30 1 7 27 13 1
JClif ton 0
0110100 0 3
Morenci 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Two base hits Manes. Jake Wilson,
Kelley, Ashley, Mason, Mcllveen.
Stolen base Mason.
Sacrifice hits Parks, Klepfer.
Base on balls Ashley 1, Scanlan 1.
"Struck out Ashley 2. Scanlan 5.
Hit by pitcher Scanlan 1.
Double plays Manes. Jim Wilson and
Manes; Blythe, Stanley and Mcllveen.
Passed ball Riley 1.
Time 1 hour 45 minutes.
f TEXAS LEAGUE GOSSIP. -g.
4 (By Horace H. helton.)
Miller, a new outfielder, has joined
the Galveston team.
Storch of Dallas Is out of the game on
account of a spiked foot
Slats Davis, an old timer has been
signed by president Allen as an umpire.
The question -Is, how long will he last?
It Is reported that Brooklyn has pur
chased pitcher Crabble of the Galves
ton team. The deal was made by scout
KIpp, the Galveston shortstop, re
cently injured, is back in the game,
playing good ball.
Waco v. ill play no more games on tne
home grounds. All for the rest of the
season have been transferred to other
Burch, Houston's catcher, pitched five
innings recently. He allowed but 13
men to face him in that time. That
is a good record, even for a pitcher.
Eberline, who refused to poin the Fort 1
Worth team on June 1 when he was J
purchased, is offering now to come to
terms with Morris. He wants to join
the team, but Morris says he has no
use for him and will save him until
Burk of Fort Worth now has IS wins
to his credit. This ties him with Shontz
of the Dallas team; for first; place in
th 1 ague.
"Molly" Miller and "Chick" Hartman,
one-time favorites in the Texat league,
are tearing the cover off the ball in
Out Of the Tapr yesterday
the Western league. Miller, who is a
former Dallas Giant, Is cloutting at a
.374 clip andx Hartman is a little ahead
with .376. Hartman was shortstop for
tlm' Bonthore in 1Qf5
Bradford and Garber of the Galves-
list, are again back in the lineup.
McLain. an outfielder with a good
record, has been signed by the Ga.1-
veston team. .
Robert Gilks, former manager of the
Sand Crabs, is making good with the
Cleveland Najis as a scout. He is pick-
ing up a number of likely young play-
Fred Tennej-, veteran first baseman,
will probably act as scout for Brooklyn
during the rest, of the season.
Stovall, who has just joined the Fort
Worth Panthers, is making a record as
a swat artist.
Karger, the former Texas twlrler for
ocii.o.1 . v.u...j. .. m ..Liw.., ...U.1W..O
good this season witn a vengeance. He
recently won a 14-inning game with De
troit, going the entire route. For two
years he had a bad slump.
xMathewson tops the National league!
pitchers. He has 12 victories and two
defeats to his credit.
Wild Bill TJonovan puts in his spare
time in scouting for the Tigers. They
are very anxious for two more new
Second baseman Graham, of the Jack
son team of the Cotton States league,
has been purchased by the St. Louis
Browns for $1200. He will report at
the end of the season.
Hargis, the new outfielder
Giants who caine from Cripple Creek,
is now showing up in the games In
the first game he played he got two
hits out of four times up. He looks
like .he gooas.
A purse of $3000 has been hung up
t:otth .Houston team oi tney win tne
iTuifung. The team has got to go a
fasfer gait than they are at present
or hey will never win it.
Rul - Evans, pitcher for Dallas, is
showing class. He is a good flinger.
He has won 11 games and lost 11.
i John Brewster, released by
Worth, has been signed bj- Waco. He
will take Harbison's place at short, the
latter being ill with fever. Stovall takes
Brewster's place In the outfield for the
The Waco team has been dubbed "the
Wanderers" since it was decided to
play no more games on the home lot
Charlie Moran's wife is recovering
from her Illness and he will join the
Giants within a few days. His absence
has been felt by the team.
In a recent game with Philadelphia
Truesdale accepted 13 chances without
an error and Newnam had, 24 without
an error. Newnam's feat Is a recora
for a nine-inning game. Both are form-
her Texas league players, but snow with
the St. Louis Browns.
The addition of Sam Stovall to the
Fort Worth team gives that aggrega
tion the best hitting outfield" in the
I league. Dallas has the best fielding
outfield, but Riggs, Jolly and Stovall
will ou'thit Storch, Thebo and Jackson.
Kane for Houston Is still doing bril
liant work. He recently won a closely
j contested game with a pinch hit-
Ana tnus aoiu me Texas league play
ers in the major league continue in
V.. 11mA lio-l,t Tho Cnnrtlnir Wnrlrt
savs: "Brooklyn has a number of
youngsters who promise to shine in the
fast set with a little more experience.
Tony Smith, Daubert, Wheat and Dal
ton are a most promising combination.
Tony Smith at short is not bigger than
a stick of gum in stature, but in field
ing he is a giant. Fast as lightning
'and a thinker." Wheat and Smith grad
uated from the Texas league.
Pitcher Sutor, who pitched sensation
al ball with the Austin team in the
Texas league for several years, has
been released by Louisville to Omaha.
He has not had a good season this
The one-run hoodoo is following the
Shreveport Pirates as closely as a ramp
follows a free lunch sign. That team
has been defeated oftener in that man
ner than all of the other teams in the
Benny Myers, the ex-Dallas outfield
er, is warming the bench as a result
of a batting slump. He is playing with
Newark in the Eastern league.
BALMORHEA DEFEATS BARSTOAV.
Balmorhea Texas, July 25. The Bal
morhej; Blues defeated the i Barstow
Grays 15 to 4. The game was a walk
awaj' for the locals. The batteries were:
Balmorhea, Thornton and Rector;
Barstow, Dyrtw and Slack.
ROSAVELL HAS TAA'O ROBBERIES
IX THE SAME NIGHT
Roswell, N. Tvl., July 25. Burglars
Sunday night entered the New State
meat market, at 410 North Main street,
owned by Oldham & Heinzman, by pry
ing off the lock of the front door. All
of the small change and bread tickets
left in the register and a butcher's steel
and cleaver were stolen. The postof
fice cigar and news depot, located in
the large lobby of the postoffice, was
also entered by the same burglars, as
the steel was found m the alley ad
joining. ELECTION RESTRAINED.
Santa Fe, N. M., July 25. Judge John
R. McFie today issued an injunction
against the county commissioners of
Mora county and the election officers at
Roy to prevent an election next week
for tenn officers until the validity of
the Incorporation of the town can be
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert,
Phone the Elite, anytime.
WENT 13 INNINGS
Umpire Baiting MaTS the !
! JixhlDltlOn Umpire
j J-JCct Ud J. XCiU..
Thirteen innings for the count was
the returns from the Douglas-El Paso
j game Saturday afternoon. Nine of the
13 i, nings were plaved in gig time and
j the entire exhibition, which went to
j Douglav by a 2 to 1 score, would have
been a fcrllllant exhibition had It not
been for the umpire baiting and the
1 resultant bad umpiring by DeWIgglns,
-who made a number of ragged decisions.
Ei Paso SCOred In the third and played
the game to the limit without another
ore crossing- the plate. In the ninth.
i ougjas scored one, wnen ismitn got
on by a slow bunt down third base
way, which was so close it was ques- ,
uoned by the crowd when DeWiggins
called. i.Is safe.
Smith tried to steal and another ques
tionable decision left him safe on sec
ond. Guynup was up next and got a
single through second, scoring Smith
and tieing the game. The winning run
was made by Harper, who got on sec
ond in the 13th. Smith hit to Hewitt
at third with Ward off third on the
way l-'jme. He was run down by Hewitt
and Merritt. and Tex. then threw to
second to head off Smith, who con-
tinted to run to second. Wright re
turned the throw to cut off Harper, who
I had beaten It around toward home. A
up at the plate followed between
Booles and Harper in which Harper
ran into Booles's feet firs't and knocked
the ball out of his hand, spiking the
jntcher on the leg.
Aside from the umpire baiting, which .'
wi.- jviiiLijiaicu in u x.eiti., JiUjjYuii
and LBranci. the game was a whirl
wind exhibition and one of the fastest
seen en the local grounds. In hurryup
scjle the nine innings were played in
less than record time and the extra
Innings piled up in equally fast time.
In the 12th, Hewitt made a demonstra
tion against DeWiggins after he had
been called out on strikes. It was I
claimed that the umpire had first called j
the offering a ball .and then a strike.
Huirm attempted to strike DeWiggins j
and was prevented by his fellow play- i
ers. After this mixup, which followed
much ragging and loud talk, DeWiggins
retired from the game, refused to con
tinue and Anderson, of Douglas, and
Earthrnan of E Paso, finished as the
The game was a pretty pitchers bat
tle between Harry Kane and Red Boojes.
Kane had his usual heady, deceptive
delivery, on tap and the locals were
unahltr to solve it for anything better
than a lot of short hits. Hewitt got
onto the left handed pitcher's delivery
t a'Jd got four safe hits out of six times
at bat. Gray also picked a long drive
for three bases but lost out on an un
successful attempt to squeeze, which
was intercepted by Kane and Le Brand.
Booby Wright, who played snort dur
ing the early season, filled Earthman's
place at second and was all over the
grounds. He accepted 10 chances with-
I ?ut bo,ot.and n a plce f?r h,imself
on the- club. Carlson, who played sec
ond tor Douglas, also covered territory
like a four horse drag.
El Paso AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Ja.'kson. lb 6 1 0 17 0 0
JVwitt, 3b 6 0 4 2 4 0
Merritt, c 6 0 1 6 2 0
Gray, rf 6 0 1 1 0 0
Ketchum, If 6 0 0 4 0 0
Wright, 2b 5 0 0 5 5 0
Gcwan, cf 5 0 2 1 0 0
Relnhardt, ss 3 0 0 1 6 2
Booles, p 5 0 1 2 4 1
Total 4S 1 9 39 21 3
Douglas AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Harper, rf 6 1 -"2 1
Smith, ss 6 1 2 2
Kelly, cf 5 0 0 0
Mathewson, If 6 0 0 0
Guynup, lb 4 0 2 25
Le Brand, c 5 0 0 4
Carlson, 2b 5 0 1 3
Ward. 3b 5 0 2 2
Kane, p 4 0 12
Total 46 2 10 39 26 4
El Paso 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Runs 0 01000000 0 0 0 0 1
Hits 101020U20 1 1 1 0 9
Douglas 1234 5 67S 9 10111213
Runs 0 00000001 0 0 0 1 2
Hits 002001112 0 0 0 2 10
Three-base hits: Hewitt, Gray.
Sacrifice hits: Reinhardt 2, Kane.
Strike outs: Booles o; Kane 4.
Stolen base: Smith.
Bases on balls: Booles 2; Kane 1.
Left on base: El Paso 10; Douglas 8.
Double plays: Reinhardt to Wright
to Jackson (2); Kane to Ward.
Time: 2 hours, 15 minues.
Umpires, DeWiggins, Anderson and
CARRIZOZO AND CAP1TAN
EACH AVIN A BALL GAME
Carrizozo, N. M., July 25. The Capi
tan .baseball team played two games
here with the Carrizozo Browns, one
Saturday, the other Sunday. The firs
gainc- was won by Carrizozo, score 10
to 9 Batteries: Capitan. G. Hightower
and W Hightower; Carrizozo, Squires
ery and A'an Schoyck.
In Sunday's game Capitan scored 10,
Carri.ozo 9. The batteries: Capitan,
Gallacher and Putney; Carrizozo, Laugh
ery and Van Schoyck.
in Sundays game van Shoyck was
batted out of the box In the first inning.
I Capitan making 7 of the 10 runs In that
Inning. Laughery, who was doing the
catching, vas then put in the box.
Big League Baseball
At Chicago-s-Flrst game R. H. E.
Chicago. . ..10102001 x 5 10 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 DJ 0 3 3 9 2
Batteries Chicago, n)verall and
Kling; Boston, Curtiss, Goode and Gra
ham. Umpires Klem and Kane.
Second game R. H. E.
Chicago. . ..0 0000014 x 5 7 1
Boston 0 0000000 00 4 1
Batteries Chicago, Cole and Archer;
Boston, Ferguson and Rariden, Smith.
Umpires Klem and Kane. '
At St. Louis , R.H. E.
St. Louis. ...10000000 0 1 4 2
New York. ..0 2000110 0 i 8 2
Batteries St- Louis, Sallee, Corridon
and Bresnahan; New York, Ames and
Philadelphia 03000100 0
Cincinnati. . 20200020 x
R. H. E.
-4 9 5
-6 6 1
Batteries Philadelphia. Ewlng, Moore
and Dooin; Cincinnati, Burns, Rowan
Umpires OIDay and Brennan.
At Wichita First game R. H. E.
10000000103 0 5 11 2
10001000003 2 7 12 1
Batteries Wichita, Aitchlson, Shack
leford and Shaw, Hackersout; Denver,
Hagerman, Olmstead, Schreiber and
Second game R. H. E.
Wichita. . ..20004 20 0 x S 13 0
i Denver. .
.0 1000000 0 1 8 3
Batteries Wichita. Durham and
Shaw; Denver, Schreiver, Hagerman
At' Topeka First game R.H. E.
St. Joseph.. 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 4 12 9 1
Topeka. . ..2 0001022 0 7 10 0
Batteries St. Joseph, Manske, Baker
and Frambes; Topeka, Wright Fugate
Second game R. IJ. E.
St. Joseph... 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 11 3
Topeka. . ..30112010 x 8 9 1
Batteries St. Joseph, Baker, Pratt
and Frambes; Topeka,
Sioux Clty.l 0 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 3 6 1
0 0 4 7 7 2
Batteries Lincoln, Hagerman and.
Kruger; Sioux City, O'Toole and Miller.
At Omaha R. H. E.
Omaha. ...l 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 i 4 6
DesMoines.l 00000001 0 2 5 0
Batteries Omaha, Hollenbeck and
Cadman; Sioux City, Owens and Clem
mons. US TAKES T(i
FROM THE EL P
By Having ;fche Best Team
and Playing the Best Ball, !
the Arizona Bunch Win
Winning because they had the best
team, the Douglas club took the third
and final one of the El Paso-Douglas
series by a 4 to 2 score Sunday. Rum
sey pitched his usual good game, sur
pafcslng one Pitts who worked for Doug
las and also pitched some ball. Where
Douglas cleaned up El Paso was in the
team play, the thing that wins games.
Douglas Is at the top of the percent
age column because she has won the
most games and these games have been
won by just such playing as the Demons
did here Sunday. It was a creditable
exhibition of the game. No ragging
or umpire baiting marred the game,
Anderson, the Douglas pitcher, umpir
ing a fair and satisfactory game.
Douglas C-Inche Game.
Douglas scored in the second and El
Paso tied things in the third. Douglas
made two more in the fourth and cinch
ed the bet? with a final one in the ninth,
after El Paso had added a score to her
total. Douglas got to Rumsey for four
hits In the fourth, Le Brand and Guy
nup getting little scratch Infield offer
ings that put them on bases and as
sisted In the scoring. Douglas kept
El Paso from scoring in the fifth by
walking Merritt and Hewitt and then
getting away with It by doubling Mer
ritt out at first on Gray's fly to Smith
Rumsey had everything at his com- j
mand after the fourth inning and he t
pitched as pretty a game as the one f
,of the day before. Nothing but the I
loose playing behind him could have J
prevented him from winning. ,Pltts
also pitched splendid ball In front of
Le Brand's clever handling and he gave
tl.f local club as good a guessing con
test as they had at the hands of any
pitcher in the league but Kane.
Jacksot- Score for El Paso.
El Paso's scores were made by Jack
son, who played his farewell game with
the Mavericks, as he leaves Monday
afternoon for Philadelphia to join the
Nationals. He was given a base on
At Los Angeles
Morning game R.H.E.
Vernon ....-........4 8 2
Sacramento s 7 1
Batterles-rVernon, Willett and Brown;
Sacramento, Huntdhd La Longe.
Afternoon game R.H.E-
Vernon -v. ...... 2 7 1
Sacramento.- ... ..3 n 4
Batteries -Vernon, Hitt, Hogan and
Brown; Sacramento, Banna and Speis
man. At Portland R.H.E-
San Francisco. .. ...3 4
Portland..' 2 7 3
Batteries San Francisco, Henley an4
Berry; Portland, Krapp and Murray.
At San Francisco
Morning game . R.H.E.
Los Angeles ...0 5 1
Oakland 2 7 0
Batteries Los Angeles, Castleton and
Waring; Oakland, Lively and Thomas.
Afternoon game R. H. E.
Los Angeles. . . 5 11
Oakland 0 0 0
Batteries Los Angeles, Tozer and
Smith; Portland, Moser, Harklns and
At Galveston R.H-E.
Shreveport- 3 5 3
Galveston ,2 9 0
Batteries Shreveport, Ash'ton and
Henninger; Galveston, Spencer and Mc
Lean. Umpire Jeffries. -
At Houston R.H.E.
Dallas s 11 0
Houston j,x 0 3
Batteries Dallas, Dale and Onslow;
Houston, Hornsby, Rose, Burch and
At San Antonio R. h. E.
Ft. Worth 3"-12 0
San Antonio 0 5 4
Batteries Ft. Worth, Latimore and
Green; San Antonio, Blandlng and,
Umpires Lorts, Hurlbert and Bibbs.
At Oklahoma City Called end twelfth
inning, account darkness. R.H.E.
Waco 10 15 3
Oklahoma City. . . 10 14 2
Batteries Waco, McAdams, Miller
and Thackara;. Oklahoma City, Thiel
man, Drohan, Bandy and Chelette.
At New Orleans New Orleans 2,
At Memphis Memphis-Bunningrham,
no game; rain.
balls by Pitts to prevent bis hittfny.
Hewitt sent him to second and Ward's
wild throw advanced him another. Mer
ritt was up next and a single was suf
ficient to score the retiring mana.ger.
The second run came In the seventh,
when Jackson hit for a double to cen
ter. Again Hewitt got the needed sin
gle and again Merritt hit safe to score
Jackson. It looked good for an extra
Inning session in the ninth with the
top of the batting order up, but Jack
son hit high to center and went out,
Hewitt struck out, and Merritt flew out
to Carlson at second, retiring the side.
and ending the game. Douglas's final
score was made off of a wild peg by
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