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The Herald's Sporting News
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Tuesday, July 26, 1910.
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At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Philadelphia ..003000000 3 9-1
Pittsburg 1010 0 0000 2 4 0
Batteries Philadelphia, Moore and
Dooin, Pittsburg-, Camnitz and Gibson.
Umpires Eason and Johnstone.
At Philadelphia 1st game: R. H. E.
Cleveland 10000 0010 48 0
Philadelphia ..00100010 0 2 2 0
Batteries Cleveland, Young and Eas
terly; Philadelphia, Plank and Dono
hue. Umpires Egan and 0L.oughlIn.
At Philadelphia 2nd game: R. H. E.
Cleveland 0L0 000000 0 4 2
Philadelphia ..00012010 x 483
Batteries Cleveland, Joss and Be
mis. Philadelphia, Morgan and Lapp.
Umpires O'LrOughlin and Egan.
At Washington 1st game: R. H. E.
Chicago 020100010 4 10 0
Washington ...0 0 0 02 00 0 0 2 6 2
Batteries Chicago, "Walsh and Sul
livan, "Washington, Reisling and Beck
endorf. Umpire Perrine.
At "Washington 2nd game: R. H. E.
Chicago 000 00 0 0 01 1 8 1
"Washington ..11200001 x 5 10 1
Batteries--Chicsgo,, Smith and Block;
Washington, Groome and Beckendorf.
At Boston H. EC. E.
St. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 a 2
Boston 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 6 3
Called at end of sixth en account of
Batteries St. XfOuis, Pelty and Ste
phens. Boston, Collins and Kleinow.
Umpires Connolly anC Kerin.
At New York R. H. E.
Detroit 11010110 3 8 17 1
Nw York .10002100 0 4 8 2
Batteries Detroit, Willetts and Sta
nage; New York, Vaughn and Criger.
Umpires Dineen and Evans.
At Columbus: Milwaukee, 1; Colum
At Indianapolis: St Paul, 2; Indian
At Toledo: Kansas City, 5; Toledo, 4.
At Louisville: Mineapolis, 8; Louis
nuLHliy BifllLrt SO uRrlHll Int ll
Roland Wolfe, captain and catcher for the Douglas ball club last year, is
to have r lmliar position -with tbc El Piso tenm.
" olfe hah been czit transportation and it is expected that he -M-ill ar
rive In time to play in the Saturday and Sunday jcpme -ivlth Morenci. Merritt
Trill be shifted to first base to -take Jack cn'n place and Wolfe will do all of the
Fogarty, an Infielder and Qity mim, arrived Tuesday morning and will
be played in the Infield Saturday against 3IorencL He will either play short
or second and Yiill be given a chance to show his class against the fast Mo
re iici club.
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
Rogers, San Antonio's great pitcher,
has Ton six straight victories since he
has been in this league. The San An
tonio team is congratulating itself that
Atlanta recalled Griffin and gave Rog
ers in return.
Tom Reed, an indian player, has been
secured by Oklahoma City from Guthrie
in the Western association. He Is a
first baseman and a good one.
Settley, "Wild Bill" Settley they call
him, is the latest addition to president !
Allen's staff of umpires. He is an ex- j fielders Redman or Myers and outfield
collegian anj Is said to be a strict um- i er McCormack. It is thought this is a
pire and has a reputation as a scrapper, j better trade than to have taken all
Gowdy, of Dallas, who has been rap-
ping the qall at a vicious rate, has
about cinched his place as the batting
Since joining the Texas league "Yountr
Cy" Young has not done so well. He
has won only'one out of three contests
in which he has participated.
Three ne-. men have been added to
the Dallas team as the result o'f Mo
ran's scouting trip. F. G. Gibson, catch-
er, or umana; Arthur Isaylor, outfielder , Detroit team and added a home run
of Farmersville, and C. F. Farley, a first j for good measure.
baseman. Naylor and Farley have been Brewster, released by Fort Worth, is
playing with the Wichita Falls ftrlsh j playing some good ball for Waco. There
lads. Gibson is a younrrster, not quite j is one advantage of having that team
out of his teens, but shows some class. in the league. It makes a good place
Downes' and Davis, two of the best j for the "has beens" to light,
men on the Oklahoma City team, are j San Antonio has a long list of games
out of the game on account of crippled i remaining -with Waco. With the season
ands- being finished on the home rounds
Scout Casey, of the Chicago White j with the weakest team in the" league
Sox, Is looking the Texas teams over. J gives the Bronchos a good chance to
He expects to pick up a few good ones. ! cop the pennant.
It is reported that the New York The league pennant race is again be
Giants have purchased Tesreau of ginning to get close. Fort Worth, San
the Shreveport team. j Antonio, Dallas .and Houston' are
Jolly, who recently joined the Shreve- bunched. All of the second division
port Pirates, is playing a nice, steady teams are playing good ball. There may
At Galveston: Galveston-Oklahoma
City, no game today; double header to
morrow. Fort "Worth 6 11 2
At Houston. R. H. E.
Houston 6 12 4
Batteries: Fort "Worth, "Weatherford.
Deardorff and Green; Houston, Watson
Game called end 11th inning; dark
ness. At Dallas. R. H. E.
"Waco 1 7 1
Dallas 0 5 4
Batteries: "Waco, Ogles and Gordon;
Dallas, Shontz, Johnson and Onslow.
At San Antonio. R. H. E. I
Shreveport 4 S 1 !
San Antonio ....2 S 1
Batteries: Shreveport, Tesreau and
Garvin; San Antonio. Billiard and Schan
At Lincoln. R- H. E.
Lincoln. . ..0 0010005 G 7 1
Sioux City 00000000 0-0 2 3
Batteries: Farthing and Kruger; Free
man and Miller
At "Wichita.' R. H. E.
Denver. . ..0 0040300 0 7 9 2
Wichita. . .2 0 0 00 0 1 0 3 6 8 1
. Batteries: Adams, Ehman and McMur
ray: Shaner, .Tones and Shaw.
Second game. R. H. E.
Denver ...0 3003110 0 S 13 2
Wichita . .10007101 10 13 2
Batteries: Olmstead, Hagerman and
McMurray;' Jones, Durham and Jokerst,
At Topeka. t
St. Joseph ..0 0 0 2 0
Topeka. . 0 0 1 0 0
Harris and Boles.
R. H. E.
0 0 2 0 i K6 1
0 0 2 03 S" 3
At Omaha. - R. H. E.
Omaha . . ..10030020 6 11 2
Des Moines 0000 1' 000 3 i 7 3
Batteries: Keelev and Cadman; Biers
dorfer and Clemmons.
game at first. He looks like he would
Kaphau, the Galveston outfielder,
who broke" his leg in sliding home sev
eral -weeks ago, is able to hobble about
without his crutches. He will go on
a -camping trip for several weeks in an
atempt to regain his lost strength.
The terms of the deal by which Gal-
veston lets Crabble go to Brooklyn have
been made known. The team will get
?500 cash, and two players, either in-
cash as was first offered.
Robert J. Gilks, former manager of
the Sand Crabs, and now scout for the
Cleveland team, is again making a tour
of the Texas league. He looked over
the league of Virginia, North and South
Carolina, and the Western association.
He says that this is the fastest league
of any of those mentioned.
Karger. the former Texan now niteh-
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STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. .
By Art Woods. :
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AVIIERE THEY PLAY WEDNESDAY.
Philadelphia at New York.
"Washington at Philadelphia
New York at Boston.
Dallas at "Waco,
Shreveport at San Antonio.
Fort Worth at Houston.
Oklahoma City at Galveston.
HOAV THEY STAND.
Played. "Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago ..83 54 29- .651
New York I...S2 47 35 .573
Pittsburg ..SO 45 35 .563
Cincinnati ....85 44 41 v .51S
Philadelphia S2 40 42 .48S
St. Louis ..S5 38 47 .447
Brooklyn S.4 34 50 .405
Boston 87x32 55 .36S
Philadelphia 84 57 27 .679
Boston S6 52 34 .605
New York 84 50 34 .595
Detroit 88 47 41 .534
Cleveland 80 36 44 .450
Washington ..S6 36 50 .419
Chicago 85 34 51 .400
St. Louis 81 25 56 .309
Fort Worth 94 54 40 .574
Houston ..93 53 40 .570
Dallas 96 54 42 .563
San Antonio 95 52 43 .547
Galveston 96 4S 4S .500
Oklahoma City SS 4444 .500
Shreveport 99 45 54 .455
Waco ......91 ,26 65 .286
Douglas 20 IS 12 .600
Bisbee .. .. 26 4 12 .538
Cananea 26 13 13 .500 j
Morenci 23 11 12 .47S I
El Paso 26 12 14 .462
Clifton ..23 9 14 .391 j
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New York, July 26. Frank GoodaJe, a 21yearold aviator, made a sensational night flight over New York from
Palisades. N. J. The young aviator left Palisades at 8.15 p. m., and crossing the Hudson river, stiled down. Broad
way to Times Square, and after encircling the Times building several time, returned to his starting point. He made
the trip- in 40 minutes a distance of 10 miles. The photograph shows the route traversed by the voung aviator
and the miniature aircraft in which he made his spectacular flight.
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Deiore tne curtain is rung
The lineup of the Shreveport team
three weeks and yet the team has not
struck a winning streak. Dale Gear;
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Drucke, the Texas pitcher with New
York, was dericked in the last game
he played after St. Louis had made two
runs in the eighth inning. Up to that
time the team had not scored.
In the first game he pitched at San
Antonio Theilmann. who only recently ,
joined the Oklahoma pity aggregation, i
aid some excellent woric. ne partici
pated in a 10 Inning tie.
Umpire Matthews continues to stick.
In addition to being a good umpire
he is a good sporting editor. He wa3
in charge of that department of the
Fort Worth Telegram for a period.
There are only two lonely balls on
the Y. M. C. A. alleys. All the other
wooden ones have been sent away for
repairs and bowling is almost at a
standstill. Still the lonely two are used
nearly every night. All tournaments
have been postponed until fall. Pol
and billiards have proved pipular hot
Judge and Mrs. A. M. Walthall are
visiting the old home in Fulton, Mo.,
where they are having a good time.
They will start home in August, stop
ping over en route on the Washita
river in Oklahoma for the judge to gat
a chance to do some fishing.
Smith's ice cream is made In
grade only the best.
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BREAKS RECORD AS
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SL?; lhftenl, ms-MIbsissippl golf
champion, took the lead in qualifying
rounds for the western amateur golf
championship today by equaling his
score of yesterday, turning in another
card of 70 strokes and making his to
tal 140. This bjrrtiks the low qualifying
record of the Western Golf association.
SAN 3IARCI .L "WINS
San Marcial won the ball game from J
Socorro, by a score of 7 to 6 on Sunday.
An excursion was run from Socorro to
Drink plenty of El Paso Dairy milk
'this hot weather and you'll be healthv.
TAILOE FILES BANK
John Brunner, a tailor, whose shop,
located In The Herald buildinjr was re
cently damaged by fire, filed a petition
of voluntary bankruptcy in the office of
the clerk of the federal court. Tuesday
mormng. The debts of the petitioner
are yjlven as $11,515.19 and the assets,
consisting of open accounts, real estate,
stock, etc., as $35,904.16, of which
$7663 is claimed to be exempt.
AT THE AIRDOJIE.
"The Poor Inventor" drew another
large audience to the Airdome Monday
evening, a well pleased audience, one
that thoroughly enjoyed the comedy and
the special musical numbers. This bill is
one of the best the company has pro
duced this summer, and there are sev
eral numbers that are decided novel
ties. When you think of milk, think of the
El Paso Dairy.
FABEWSLL OF THE
WiU Bid Adieu To the Old
Home arid Haunts and
Move to the New.
The last meeting of the Toltec club
in the old club rooms will be held Tues-
u3-i 8'i euncsuay is moving aay
and bi" "Wednesday night the lights
that cheer will be showing from the
many windows of the new club build
ing, the finest in the southwest, and
the walls of the old rooms which have
ears they say, will whisper ov-er the
memories of the crood old davs and
shades of departed good fellows will !
flit to and fro in the empty rooms
and drink a bumper to the next that
dies. This will happen for a short time
and then it will be different, for the
Y. W. C. A. will succeed the Toltec
club in the quarters.
It will be a strange meet4ng of good
felloAvs Tuesday night. The wine may
be red and the fellows may be jolly.
j- but the light of other days, a soft mel
low light, wSl shine in place of the
lights that cheer. Monday the Toltecs
are blue. The prospect of life in the
finest club building in the southwest
does not suffice to dispel the memories
of the good times, the vain sweet re
grets of the old time. The dear old
walls, the confidante of evry member,
like a butler who has served a lifetime
in the service of a master, will record
other doings of other people hence
forth, forever, and their Jips, if walls
have lips, too, will be dry, dry, dry, for
the ironical fate of those walls -will be
to stand around the congregations ot
the Y. W. C. A. What a fate for the
butler of a Bohemian! some have ex
claimed. Time is the arch jester.
Those walls have been In the fellow
ships of Toltecs for years, always the
silent, third party, guarding secrets
fcl I 1 ! ' '" ' " ' I
Archery is a new fad. Juch good ex
ercise, and so practical, too. Oh, jou
Harry Lewis, that tacky littH scrap
per, is going to go abroad again, 3 0
more bouts being booked for him in
that dear old Paris. Th2 Quaksr City
lad cleaned up $1000 on 10 ba'tiles i:i
France and England, and ths : he
is said to have a guarantee of Jilwf
Philadelphia got as many hits in the
third inning of Monday's game as Pitts
burg got in the 9 innings. And at that
the score "fras 3 to 2, with Pittsburg
playing errorless ball. Oh, what's the
use of trying?
Among a good class of sprinters.
Schoolmarm, a 12 to 1 shot, ran away
with the Knickerbocker handicap
stakes at Empire City Monday. FoHie
Levy was leading when Scoville pufhe
mare under a drive, and won by a nose.
Cleveland and Philadelphia polit a
double-header at the Quaker City Mon-
day. The first game was errorless, and
a one run shut out
Favorites fared well at Butte Mon
day, and the bookys were happy. The
card was ordinary, Native Sons victory
causing the only excitement.
In the very last inning Monday,
Wichita held a batting and running
convention, but lost to Denver just the
same. What's the u.e?
As the latest blow against the scrap
pictures, chief of police Steward of Chi
cago has put the official kibosh on
the films. He makes it strong: "Per
mit the exhibition of no pictures of
representations in any form of acts il
legal in the state of Illinois."
Lincoln picked up five scores in the
ugiuu -uvuuuy, snutung- out &iou5 uty
m rUnS" N Vlsitin IIa'er sot to
Clouds made it so dark at Boston
Monday that the game with St. Louis
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sixth. Boston was leadinir. 4 to 2.
What occurred Monday cost New York
the second place in the championship
race. The Highlanders wore outbatted
and onrfielded and their score doubled
oy letroit, 4 to S. Sad!
Anthony beat Chamborino Sunday in
a hard fought 4 to 3 victory. L. M.
Ferlet made a steal home, landing the
winning run. Dr. Bowen, for Anthony,
administered the pills with greater ef
fect than Carpenter, who was nailed
often. Batteries: Anthonv. Boivn nmi
L. M. Ferlet: Chambenno, K. F. Carpen-
ier aim r. ieoerry. i
Pri::e fighting in Los Angeles has
become a very expensive sport to par
ticipants and spectators. About eighty
the ideal butler. In years to come.
i-iiej m.i-i srmie contemptuously at the
small tal,v of women and when they
iiave gone, recall to fellow walls the
old times- "befo' de war.'
gone by they have witnessed many an
imprudent flirtation and have been as
silent as the moon. "Walls have ears
but their flips are mute glory be!
Tuesday night the Toltecs will meet.
The wine may be red and the fellows
jolly, but the ghost of former years,
gone beyond reclaim, will walk among
them and memories -nill tug at the
heart strings of Toltec and when the
houTp grow small and the clock tirks
sharp and shrill, the members will look
once more at the dear old walls then
The harp that once through Tara's halls
ine soul of music shed
Now hangs -as -mute on Tara's walls
As If that soul were fled.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Ta j
lets gently stimulate the liver and
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system, , cure constipation
and sTrk headache. Sold by all dealers.
NaissiiaL Hallways of Mexics
From El Paso to the following points and return:
u. s. Cy.
Aguas Calientes .? $25.55
Cuernavaca .-;.. 3S.50
Guadalajara .' 34.60
Mexico City 36.30
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August 'and September, limit of thirty days from date of sale,
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
men and boys who were arrested last
Saturday night by the police in a raid
on the Sunset Athletic club, where a
boxing exhibition was in progress, after
oxtering pleas of guilty, were fined the
minimum amount allowed under the
lav.-. $100. The court suspended sen
tence m each case.
Tommy Burns, who is in Seattle, de
nies the statement published in New
York that the match between Burns and
Sam Langford. scheduled to take place
in London in September has been called
off by promoter Hugh Mcintosh be
cause Burns demanded $5,000 more
than the amount he originally agreed to
battle for. "I told Mcintosh at Reno
after Johnson had a greed to meet me
again that I would fight Johnson for 33
per cent of the gross receipts," said
Harry G. Legg of Minikahda led the
field in the first half of the 36 hole
qualifying round for the west golf
championship tournament over tlxe fast
links of the Minikahda club at Mem
phis Monday. Legg made the 18 holes
In 70, 2 strokes below the course rec
ord, made by Warren "Wood of Home
wood on Friday. W. I. Howland. jr., of
Glenn "View, finished second with a 72
while Paul Hunter and Mason Phelps
of Midlothian and Albert S. Eckel of
Hinsdale handed in 74.
Country Jay furnished the feature of
the opening of the 1910 Grand Circuit
races at Kalamazoo. Mich., Monday, by
trotting the fastest mile of the year
against a field of good ones infthe 2:07
trot. The time was made In the first
heat and was 2:06 1-4.
Charley Parent, the French, bicyclist
and motor paced champion of Europe,
j won the 100 kilometer (62 ntiles)
! world's professional championship race
I at Brussels Belgium, Monday.
Jack Johnson, champion fighter, was
arrested again last evening in New
York. His automobile was again the
cause. Arrest for speeding has become
an old story with Johnson, but It was a
real shock when he "was arrested this
time for standing still. He was accused
of obstructing traffic bv stopping the
machine seven feet from the curb. He
gave $100 cash bail for appearance ic
William A. Larno-1 of Summit, X. J.,
national tennis champion, in En?'es,
won the third and fintl leg of che
Longwood cup Monday at JSrooklyne,
Mass., by defeating Maurics McLaugh-
; lln of San Francisco, three out of four
J ses. C-2, 4-G. 6-1, C-3 at the LongwooJ
cricket club. Larned thus secures per
manent possession of ti. Longwool
Gen. A. G. Malky, formerlv immigra-
I tion agent at El Paso and collector of
I customs at Galveston, is. now in Escon-
dido, California. The general has been
I quite ill for some time. In a letter to
Frank E. Tuston of El Paso he states
that he is nearly recovered.
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U. S. Cy.
San Luis Pot-osi 29.15
Santa Rosalia : 9.70
Silao A... 29.25
Vera Cruz 44.95
Zacatecas , 23.35