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EL PASO HERALD
The Herald ys Sporting News
July 29, 1910.
8 The Herald's Sporting News
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Big League Baseball
At Galveston R. H. E.
Ft. Worth, 2 10- 2
Galveston. . '. .. . 3 S 2
Batteries Ft. "Worth. Latimere and
Green; Galveston, Hendricksen and
Umpires Matthews and Jaffries.
At HoHston R.H.E.
Oklahoma City .' 1 7 6
Houston.., 4 3 3
Batteries Oklahoma City, Chelette
and Noyes; Houston, Mitchell and Kel
scy. Umpire Hurlbert-
At San Antonio ' R.H-E.
Dallas 0 3 3
San Antonio 7 8 1
Batteries Dallas, Tates and Onslow;
San Antonio, Blanding- and Tontz.
At Waco R. H-E.
Shreveport. 1 6 1
Waco - 3 10 2
Batteries Shreveport, Ashton and
Henninger; Waco, Loudell and Thaelc
ira. Umpires Simpson and Erlich.
At Topeka R. H. E.
Topeka, 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 x 6 7 3
Des Moines.. 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 02 7 3
Batteries Topeka, Harris and Boles;
Des Moines, Hersche and Clemmons.
At Wichita R. Hi E.
Omaha. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
Wichita. . --0 0 3 0 10 3 0 x 7 9 0
Batteries Omaha, Melter and Gond
ing; Wichita, Jarnigan and Shaw.
Second game R.H. E.
Omaha. -.000002 20 0 4 7 4
Wichita. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 x 1013 .1
Batteries Omaha, Hollenbeck, Stow
ers Rhoades and Cadman; Wichita,
Aitchison, Shackleford, Jarnigan and
At St. Joseph R.H. E.
Sioux City...l 0 0 0 4 0 12 0 8 12 0
St Joseph... 1 0 10 10 2 0 05 S 2
Batteries Sioux City, Wilson O'Toole
and Miller, Towne; St. Joseph, Manske,
Johnson and Frambes.
At New York R. H.E.
Philadelphia 20000100 0 3 4 1
New York...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 8 1
Batteries Philadelphia, McQuillen
and Dooin; New York, Mathewson and
Umpires Johnstone and Eason.
At Brooklyn (11 innings) R. H. E.
Boston ..0 000000000 0 0 5 2
Bklyn ..0 000000000 1 1 7 1
Batteries Boston, Curtis and Gra
naxn; Brooklyn, Barger and Bergen.
Umpires, RIgler and Emslie.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Chicago 0O1BO00O 23 S 1
St. Louis ...0 0000000 0 0 5 0
Batteries Chicago, Overall and
Klingr; St Louis, Willis and Bresnahan.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Cincinnati (14 innings) R. H. E.
Pittsburg ..000 200 000 000 02 4 10 1
Cincinnati .000 200 000 000 00 2 10 1
Batteries Pittsburg, Adams and Gib
son; Cincinnati, Suggs and McLean.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
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At Detroit R. H. E.
Chicago ....0 0000000 0 0 5 5
Detroit 10000010 x 2 7 U
Batteries Chicago, Young and Payne;
Detroit. Mullin and Stanage.
At Boston R. H. E.
New York:.. 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 a- 10 1
Boston 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 17-4 14 3
Batteries New York, Quihn and
Mitchell; Boston, Hall, Collins and Car
rigan. Umpires Connelly and Kerin.
I At Cleveland R. H
St. Louis ...00100000 0 1 4 0
Cleveland ..0 0000020 x 2 5 1
Batteries St- Louis, Powell and Ste
phens; Cleveland, Fanwell and Beinis.
Umpires Dineeri and Evans.
At Philadelphia (10 Innings)
R. H. E.
Wash'ton .2 00002001 1 6 12 2
Pljil'phia .03001010 o'O a 5 4
Batteries Washington, Reisling and,
Henry; Philadelphia, Morgan and Liv
Umpires O'Loughiin and Egan. '
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Oakland . 8 11 5
Vernon 3 5 2
Batteries Oakland; Lively and Mitze;
Vernon, Raleigh, Schafer and Hensling,
At Sacramento R- H. E.
Los Angeles. . 0 5 2
Sacramento - 2 5 0
"R?ittFHp3 Los Anereles. Naerel and
J Smith; Sacramento, Hunt and Spies-
At Oakland R. H. E.
San Francisco 1 6 2
Portland: 0 5
Batteries San Francisco, Browning
nd Williams; Portland, Seaton and
At New Orleans New Orleans 1;
j Memphis 4.
At Mobile Mobile 'l; Atlanta .
At Montgomery Montgomery , 4;
At Birmingham Birmingham 6;
JOHNSON TO LEAVE
' COUNTRY FOR TEAK.
Chicago, 111-, July 29. Jack -
Johnson will return to Chicago
next Tuesday to remain only
long enough to pack his belong-
ings and then leave this country
for more than a year. The cham-
plon will sail for London a week
from Monday, where he is sched-
uled to open a theatrical tour
which will run forty weeks and
which includes every country In
Europe. He will not engage in a
single fight en tour.
FLICK OF SHREVEPORT
AGAIN WITH WHITE SOX
Carl Flick ha.i returned from Shreve
port and will don a White Sox uniform.
He will take his old place at shortstop
To drop in and convince
yourself that this is the
leading meat market in the
city. Just give us a trial
and we will convince you it
is to your advantage to
huy your meats here. "We
operate our own cold stor
age plant which is the only
one to our knowledge in
Chuck roasts and
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BED SOX TEAM
Fire Chief s Sou is Som
Pitcher New Men Show
Up Well in 'First
The Red Sox, the amateur organiza
tion, gave the Mavericks a run for the
gate receipts at Washington Park
Thursday afternoon in a practice game.
The regs. won 7 to 6, but only alter
a snanpj-, hard fought game. Pitclier
Armstrong, who is a son of fire chief
Armstrong, mixed up his offerings un
til the locals had a hard time picking
off the safeties. The little amateur
pitcher has a good assortment of. curves J
and control, and he used it all against .
the El Paso club.
,nm.eH th amateurs 11 hits, al-
though he could have tightened down
at any time and shut off the hit get
Fogarty, the new man on the club,
caught Gray during the game and got
away with it. although he is a bit light
for the position. Deakin, the new field
er from Bisbee. tried out and played a
s:ood came. Both of the recruits were
j hitting the ball, Fogarty getting four
hits in four times up ana jjeuH.ui
three out of four. (
Lane, of the amateurs, pulled down
Bobby Wright's long drives to right
field, robbing the aviator of a three
base hit. Lane caught the ball with
one hand while on the run, much to the
delight df the crowd. t
R. H. E.
El Paso 7 14 3
Red Sox 6 11 4
Batteries El Paso, Gray and Fogar
ty; Red Sox, Armstrong and Feckner.
Umpire Booles. I
4 STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
.Ji By Art Woiidn. 41
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WHERE THEY PLAY SATURDAY.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Boston at New York.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Chicago at St Louis.
St Louis at Cleveland.
Washington at Philadelphia.
New-York at Boston.
Shreveport' at Waco.
Dallas at San Antonio.
Oklahoma City at Houston.
Fort Worth at Galveston.
Morenci at El Paso.
Bisbee at Douglas.
Canana at Clifton.
HOW THEY STAND.
Team P. w.
Chicago S5 55
Pittsburg S3 48
New York S3 4S
Cincinnati S7 44
Philadelphia S5 41
St Louis S7 39
Brooklyn S6 35
Boston S9 33
Team P. . w.
Philadelphia SS 58
Boston 90 54
New York 88 52
Detroit 90 49
Cleveland S3 38
Washington S9 38
Chicago 87 35
St Louis 93 25
Team . P. W.
Fort Worth 99 5S
Houston . 97 55
Dallas 100 56
San Antonio .99 54
Galveston 101 51
Shreveport l 101 48
Oklahoma City ... 95 45
Waco ....' 94 2G
MArT DROPS DEAD
IN CLIFTON BATH
May Have Been Shocked to
Death Baseball Dance
Clifton, Ariz., July 29. J. Magruder,
engineer at the A. C. Cos leaching plant,,
dropped dead In his engine room while
bathing, preparatory to coming off
shift Whether the cause of death was
heart failure or he came in contact with
one of the electric wires is not known.
A baseball dance will be given In the
armory hall Saturday night for the
benefit of the local team. The women
of Ollfton are arranging for the dance
and are being given lively support by
the fans. Last week Morenci raised
over $250 for its team with a dance and
the Clifton crowd will try to outdo this.
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment for twenty-five cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment Is superior to any plaster for
;ame oacK, pains in the side and chest, j
and much cheaper, bold by all druggists, j
fhoxildnt Uhrot&t Gaaf
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
Bates Simpson, of the Waco team,
picks Dallas, San Antonio and' Fort
Worth as the trio from which the pen
nant winner will be picked this year.
As an expert onlooker he eliminates
"McConnell. the Dallas shortstop, is
stiJ1 out of tne game. jucuonaia, uie
bush league recruit. Is keeping the gap
filled In 'an acceptable manner.
Umpire "Pie" Bailey, one of the new
men, seems to be making good. So
far there has been no unusual kick
on his work.
Harry Storch. of Dallas, is out ot
the game on account of a bad knee.
I It will be several weeks before he will
be back in the harness again.
Pitcher Loudell, of the Waco team, j
has been sold to the Detroit Ameri- ;
cans bj- Waco. The price was $3000. j
He will report at once. Loudell has
for some time been considered one of J
the fastest twirlers in tlie Texas j
league. Jimmle Casey, scout for De
troit, made the deal.
Bill Ivemmer, formerly a Galveston
Sand Crab, is with the Oklahoma City
team. He is doing good work since
joining that aggregation.
Outfielder McCormick and infielder
Redmond, traded to Galveston for
pitcher Crabble, will join that team as
soon as they can arrive from New
Dollie Stark, the San Antonio in
fielder. will have an opportunitj- to
make good in mapor league company.
The former Broncho, sold last season
to .Cleveland, with Willie Mitchell, hal
been sold to' Brooklyn by the Dayton,
Ohio, team, with which he has been
playing. Stark has been playing sen
sational fielding games all the sea
son and has hit well.
Lortz, one of the new umpires, has
aireadj' had enough. In the second
game he essayed the fans made it so
hot for him that he quit in disgust
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The Seawanhaka cup stays In the
states, for Its defender, the Massachu
setts, of the Manchester Yacht club.
outsailed and outdrifted the Canadlau j
challenger, St Lawrence, of the Royal
St Lawrence Yacht club, in the third
and final race Thursday. The race was
won in three straight victories at Man
chester, Mass. The conditions were the
best three In five.
At Butte, Mont, Thursday's races
were marked by upsets and surprises
and the day was one for the books.
The feature event on the card was the
Silver Bow handicap, in which the heav
ily played favorite. Copper Town, was
beaten by the light weighted Balronia.
Three horses at prices of 6 to 1 won
At Hamburg, Germany, in the tenth
round of the international chess mas
ters' tournament the American cham
pion, Frank J- Marshall, played Black
against Chotimirski and lost.
At Kalamazoo, Mich.. May Day, third
choice In the pools, won the $5000 Rlck
man Hotel purse, the feature of Thurs-
dav's racing in the Grand Circuit. There
.659 were nine starters. '
.600 I Four Chicagoans remain in the run
.591 j ning for the western golf championship
544 as the result of the third round over
45S the MInkahda club links Thursday. Im
a 0-7 the semi-finals today Charles Evans,
Jr- of Edgewater. played Robert E.
Hunter, of Midlothian, and Warren K.
Wood, of Homewood, met Mason &.
Phelps of Midlothian. Hunter was the
.nninn nf ThvirzHa v trhpn he defeated
Albert Seckel, of Hinsdale, the eastern
intercollegiate champion, by six up ana
, In 6S, two strokes better than it ever
had been done before.
Umpire Walsh was attacked by an
angry crowd of spectators at the. Cen
tral league ball park at Zanesvllle, Ohio,
Thursday, and severely beaten after
Evansville had won a ten-inning game.
The score was 6 to 5. Walsh, some of
the Zanesvllle partisans declared, had
given a long series of decisions unjust
to the local team.
At Ogden. Utah, Terry Keller gave up
the fight with Joe Thomas, ex-champion
middleweight of San Francisco, at the
end of the twelfth round last night, the
Ogden fighter's jaw being broken in
this round by a left hook delivered by
Thomas a few seconds before the gong
sounded. Up to the end, the fight ap
peared to be even, but as Keller went
to his corner he told his trainer that he
could not continue as his jaw was bro
ken. Examination proved this to be
true and his manager threw up the
a n"Ht nf flio xrhitp nlaerue. Joe
Gans. the former lightweight champion 1
pugilist will live only about two weeks
more, according to a statement made
last night by his rphysiclans at Pres
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. O'Rear left Thurs
day for San Diego, Cal., where Mrs.
O'Rear will spend several .months. Mr.
O'Rear will return to El Paso in two
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert.
Phone the Elite any time.
The San Antonio team seems to be in
a slough of despond. One game after
another is being lost It Is reported
that the players are not taking care
The Waco games have been trans
ferred to San Antonio. This will keep
the Bronchos on the home grounds for
three more games.
Stinson, outfielder for the Bronchos,
has been suspended for three days as
a result of a mixup with the umpire.
San Antonio is badly in need of his
Th-ibo is not at the head of batting
order of the Dallas team. That .3
where he shines. He has a happy
faculty of reaching first
Thackara. catcher for Waco, is
about as goqd as any in the league.
Some of the scouts have an eye on
him and he may get in big leagues this
Malloy, the new catcher for Hous
ton, Is delivering the goods. He has
not been with the league but a few
weeks, ljut seems to be a winner.
Williams, right fielder for Waco, has
been playing a consistent game all
the year. He stands close up to the
top in the batting averages.
. Catcher Lou Criger has improved so
much since going to the hospital that
he will not have to undergo an opera
tion. He is with the Cleveland team.
Manager Dale Gear, of the Shreve
port Pirates, is after Sandherr, the
shortstop released by Galveston. Sand
herr is now playing independent ball
and says "he does not want to tie up
for the remainder of the season. Sev
eral teams have a line on him for the
President Allen, of the Texas league.
Is said to be lining up Austin for a
place in the organization in case Ok
lahoma City or Shreveport drops out
jHe will probably be owner of the
PLENTY OF WATER IN
BISBEE FIRE TANKS !
The Citv to Be Cleaned U o.
Mexican Tries to Put
Brewery Out of
Bisbee, Ariz., July 29. Owing to ex
aggerated reports current in Bisbee-as
to the condition of fire tanks after tho
flood, an official sisTment was issued
to the effect that the tanks are in first
class order and that 750.000 gallons of
water are ready for use at any time.
A company is to be formed in Bisbee
to finance the manufacture of the recip
rocating motion machine Invented bv J.
The Bisbee Light & Power company
has repaired its lines which were dam
aged by the flood and gas has been
turned Into the pipes.
The arrest of N. H. Petty, a negress,
and the developments of her case have
brought to light the fact that rooming
houses here have been rented by "un
desirable" women. Several prominent
citizens have decided to appear at the
next meeting of the city council to pro
test against this and it is certain that
energetic measures will be taken at
once in the interest of a clean city.
D. C. Butler, a clerk, was removed to
the Copper Queen hospital, being seri
ously ill with typhoid fever.
T. Cochran, who was recently hurt
while at work in the Holbrook shaft
has left the hospital fully recovered.
W. P. Stuart and his small daughter
have recovered from an attack of ty
Dog poisoners are again at work.
Nine dogs, some of which were very
valuable, were poisoned in Tombstone
A man named Sanderson was founa
lying helpless in a narrow alley and
was taken to jail, where his pockets
were fotfnd to be stuffed with green
backs to the amount of $325.
Francisco Valenza had to appeal to a
physician, owing to violent stomach
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pains. He admitted that he drank
twelve bottles of beer at one sitting in
order to win a $2 bet from Antonio
Haramora. He suffered no ill effects.
Meetings of the Republicans have
been called "by chairman McKey to be
held at Warren and Lowell next Tues
day. Foreman M. N. Ney of the blacksmith
shop of the Four C company at Cana
nea. has left for Hot Springs, Ark.,
accompanied by Mrs. Ney.
United States attorney Morrison and
deputy sheriff Howe have gone to
Tombstone on business.
Word was received by Mrs. J. Corn
ing of Warren of her mother's death in
Grand Ledge, Mich.
J. D. Grant has gone to Quebec, Can
ada, to attend the Knights of Columbus
Mri' and Mrs. Fred Harris and their
daughter, Miss Emily, have gone to
Oakland, Cal., on a visit
VALENTINE FOLK HOME
FROM CAMP MEETING
Many Visitor? In Town; Picnic Planned
By Valley Settlers; Snnset Ad
Valentine, Texas, July 29. Messrs.
Van Cleave and Harrison? 'who have
been surveying Sunset addition for the
Valentine Development company, have
returned to Kansas City.
I. W. Snyder, W. L. Cass and fami
lies passed through Valentine enroute
to their ranches, from Skillman Grove
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Medley, who have
been visiting relatives here and at
tending the camp meeting, have return
ed to their home at Clarendon, Texas.
J. M. Geist, who has been visiting at
the home of Lester S. Smith, has re
turned to Memphis, Texas.
Rev. Milligan of Van Horn, who was
one of the ministers in charge of the
camp meeting, has returned home.
W. P. Murphy, general manager for
Murphy & Walker of Marfa, is in Val
entine on business. He will return by
Joe Evans and family and j. Bean,
who have been visiting at Capt. Gil
lett's ranch, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith and
Miss Vina Jones visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Price in Holland's
Mrs. Mary Beall, who has been visit
ing at the C. O. Finley home, has re
turned to the Bunton ranch.
The settlers of Holland's valley will
give a picnic in H. O. Canyon.
Joel T. Finley and John Pool, jr., are
in from their river ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker, who
have been visiting at the McAnelly
home, have returned to El Paso.
GOVERNMENT SELLS CEMENT
PLANT AT ROOSEVELT DAM
Globe, Ariz., July 29. The Roosevelt
cement plant, which was used to manu
facture all of the cement used In the
construction of the big irrigation dam
at that place, has just been sold to the
Arizona Cement company and win be
A Delicious Drink
A Big Glass of
Tea is the Most
Nothing is as welcome dur
ing the hot weather as Iced
Tea. Of course, j'ou must
remember two things
Iced Tea Must be Made Right
You Musi Use the Right Kind of Tea
Hills Bros.' special iced tea blend is the best you
i can find in El Paso, because
of teas in absolutely coxrect proportions. Our iced tea
trade is increasing daily and we believe it will increase
still more if we can only induce you to order once.
SUPPLY ALL YOUR SUNDAY
DINNER NEEDS HERE TOMORROW"
Morenci vs El Paso
3:30 Tomorrow f. m.
f OTOR CARS
Also the Packard
Price of standard
Ltctnstd under Selien Patent
Texas Motor Car Company
922-924 Sia Pcdra Ave;, Sta Astww, Ti.
moved to Wlnkleman. at once, wker.e it
will be operated on a commercial bastfs.
It is expected that within the next
three months it will be ready for oper
ation. Arrangements are now pending
to secure electric power from the Ray
Consolidated to operate the plant, but
should this plan fail to cotisummate,
a private power plant will be installed.
ANOTHER ALLEGED VICIOUS
DOG IS ARRAIGNED
Another dos: claimed tne attention of
the police court Thursday. A bull dog
had bitte three people since July 5.
Clementene Rico, formerly guard at the
rock pile was arraigned on complaint
of one of the witnesses on the charge of
keeping the dog. Rico said the dog did
not belong to him, but to a, Mexican
woman living at Fourth and Santa Fa
streets. A mounted officer was sent for
the woman who owned the dog. Her trial
will be held Friday afternoon.
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