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The Herald's Spotting News
Thursday, August ii 1910. The Herald 's Sporting News 7
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Pittsburg ...0 0101100 0 3 10 0
Boston 2 0000000 0 2 6 3
Batteries -Pittsburg Camnitz - and
Gibson; Boston, Curtis and Graham.
Umpires Eason and Johnstone.
At New York St. Louis-New York;
both games postponed; rain.
At Brooklyn Cincinnati -Brooklyn;
no game; rain. .
At Philadelphia Chicago-Philadelphia;
no game; ran.
At St. Louis (first game) JL H. B.
Kesr York..l 4 10 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 2
St. Louis ..0 0010324 x 10 15 2
Batteries New York, Manning and
Criger; St. Louis, Kinsella and Killifer.
Umpires Perrune and Dlneen.
Second game R. H. E.
New-York... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
St. Louis ...0 000012 x 3 6 2
Batteries New York, Hughes and
Mitchell; St. Louis, Pelty and Killifer.
Umpires Dineen and Perrine.
At Cleveland (first game)-R. H. E.
Washington ...000 010 001 00 2 6 4
Cleveland 001 00U 010 01 3 6 0
Batteries -"Washington, Moyer and
Henry; Cleveland, Mitchell and Easterly.
Umpires O'Loughlin and Egan.
Second game R. H. E.
"Washington K)00X)0000 0 0 7 1
Cleveland ..0 0000000 0 0 5 i
At St. Joseph R.H. E.
Omaha, . ...10001000 0 2 8 2
St. Joseph.. 0 110 2 10 2 oc 7 7 1
Batteries Omaha, Kelley and Gond
ing; St. Joseph, Baker and Boles.
Second game " R. H. E.
Omaha 0 0000000 0 0 3 3 J
St. Joseph. -.0 110 0 10 0 x 3 3 1
Batteries Omaha, Rhodes and Car
men; St. Joseph, Swift and Frambes.
At Lincoln R. H. E.
Lincoln. ...1500101-2 x 10 11 0
Topeka. ...0 0000000 0 0 6 6
Batteries Lincoln, Knapp and Clark;
Topeka, Wright and Kerns.
At Birmingham Birmingham 2; New
At Mobile Mobile 1; Montgomery 5.
At Chattanooga Chattanooga 3;
ROSWELL BOYS WILL PLAY
BASEBALL FOR CHARITY.
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 11. A picked
nine from the two Methodist Sunday
schools of Roswell is to play a team i
Purtell's triple in the 12th inning of
Wednesday's Chicago-Boston game gave
Chicago a 2 to 1 victory over the
visitors. Hitting was heavy all around.
Poor old Joe Gans has met the last
knockout. The champion .lightweight
has met the defeat that conges to all.
Although St. Joe was outh-it in the
first of a double header at home Wed
nesday, Omaha was defeated 7-2. The
second game waSva three run shut out
in favor of the home team.
track record for a mile and 70 yards
of the 1909 season, when he was sold
to St. Louis.
Jack Dunleavy, who has joined the
Houston team, is an old ex-b:g leaguer.
He played with St. Lou! and went 'from
tnerc- to Louisville. That team let llem
j phis have him. He did not make good
; and Avas released. Houston picked him
SOLDISES IN MIMIC
I every direction, making haste to points
I of vantage which it would be difficult
WA? jTtf VAOTTTQ"TATN"S r the opposition to capture. And thus
r -j.u -1- " v -' ,. ., .. . ,t .1, mine- men
are given some idea of war.
Volunteers and" Regulars
Strive for Supremacy
i Near San Antonio.
by 1 1-5 seconds, making the distance in McDonald, the third baseman for
1:43 4-5, Shreveport, is showing class. The
Tommy Burns, the former champion, next average will show him among the
has been matched to meet Tony Caponl, ' loaders in Texas as guardians of that
of Chicago, at Winnipeg, Manitoba, in j cushion. He has been getting better
September. Caponi and Jack Ryan of . since the first of the season and has had
Chicago will meet th?re August 22. j no slumps.
Rowing crews from many cities of : "
the United States and Camda are ar ; Drucke. catcher for Oklahoma City, is
riving in Washington to compete in the i picking up in his batting. If he does
national regatta on the Potomac river - not get a chance in the big leagues he
Gibson and WagneV made home runs j Friday and Saturday. Many visitors will be a much disappointed youtii.
at Boston "Wednesday and some other arc expected for the water races and j .
good hitting won for Pittsburg, 3-2. The ' the demand for seats on excursion ! After pitching gilt edge ball for five j
visitors played errorless ball. i steamers and yacht club verandas has i or six games, jonason, of the Jjalias
n awful clean up of the Lincoln-To- been steady for more than a week. The team, has had another slump. He s
course will be patroled by revenue cut- j being pounded all over the sand lots
At Johnnisthal, Germany, the aero- i
pianist Helm was seriously hurt at the ; Bradford, one of the new pitching
aviation meet tnere yesterday. wmie recruits of thft Galveston team, seems I t- irmi
he was flying in a Wright machine at iikely to be sentback to the brush.TIe tThe fightins camps are divided "into
a height of about 200 feet, one of the , has shown no form. I thk "Rnc an " tua r,iM " Trt
propellers broke. The other continued '
to run, causing the craft to turn over LiSij-,ii;,&aaaa.a,j.aa
ing, in which the daring Wright avia-j several times. It fell'.with a crash and ,j,
tor was painfully hurt, marred tne iirst was completely demolished, ileim was j ,,
day of the aviation meet at Asbury J carried off the field unconscious.
peka series occurred Wednesday at the
Nebraska burg when the home team
won a 10 run shut out- They played
errorless ball, too.
Two , doubles, a triple, a single and
two bases on balls, all m a bunch, won
for Philadelphia at Detroit Wednesday.
It all happened in the first inning.
A serious mishap to Walter Brook-
Leon Springs, Tex.. Aug. 11. -The
booming of cannon, the rattle of the
rifles, the mighty tramping of charg
ing cavalry and artillery, the hurried
movements of the infantry, the dashing
here and there of the hospital ambu
lances and the flashing signals of the
telegraph corps have today turned the
peaceful valleys and hills 'around Hhe
Leon Springs maneuver grounds into a
scene of mimlc carnage.
This morning the great sham battle,
the climax of the 10 days' maneuvers,
was in progress. Every characteristic
of a real .battle was present except the
actual dead and dying.
No such a make believe battle ever
occurred on Texas soil. Five thousand
regulars and militia on each se are
p striving hard for inatesr over the
from all the other Sunday schools on ' Park, . J. isrooicing was wasiied to k, t. Hson s .ausnon, carrying
Thursdav afternoon and "the proceeds I the earthX when the machine suddenly weight, 12"2 pounds, easily won
STATISTICAL TCALL DflrE.
Bj- Art Woods.
are to go to the Cemetery association
to help purchase a pumping plant.
PKSCHOT AM) GARFIELD HAVE Seven other persons on whom the ma-
TALK WITH ROOSEVELT, j chine tumbled, were injured. The mis-
Oyster Bay, Aug. 11. Theodore hap was due to the thronging of spec
tators out upon the Held.
Lewiston, leading all the way in the
fourth race, Wednesday smashed the
turned turtle- after he had been forced j S440 net Un-ited States Hotel stakes, I
to swerve the airship suddenly to avoid i 6 furlongs, at Saratoga, Wednesday, de
crashing Into a crowd of spectators. I feating a high class field of youngsters.
J The colt was neglected in the betting
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Roosevelt held a secret coiference
last night with James R. Garfield, of
Called at end of the ninth on account and wJth 'Gifford Pinchotf of New Yor
Batteries Washington. Gray and Ai
fcmith; Cleveland, Koestner and Bemis.
Umpires Egan and OLoughiin.
At Detroitr R. H. E.
Philadelphia 50000020 0 8 10 0
Detroit 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 3 9 1
Batteries Philadelphia, Coombs and
Thomas; Detroit, Donovan and Schmidt.
Umpires Xerln and Connolly.
At Chicago (12 innings) R. H. E.
Boston 000 OOu 010 000 1 7 2
Chicago 100 000 000 001 2 8 3
Batteries Boston, CIcotte and Carri
g&n; Chicago, Lange and Payne.
Umpires Evans and Colliflower.
deposed chief forester, who are re
garded as two' of the most ardent of
The two men whom Roosevelt num
bers as among his closest friends pro
tested they could not talk about their
plans -or the significance of their visit
to Mr. Roosevelt.
"How did you find the sentiment In
the west in regard to th Roosevelt
because the-stable was not sure of how
he would run In the mud. Iron Mask
was played for a good thing, being
backed down from 3 to 1 to S to 5 at
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES
By Horace H. Slicltoa.
cnreTejwru . . . ......... -
,0 6 0
.4 10 0
Kelsey; Shreveport, Tesreau and Gar
vin. Umpire Jeffries.
Called at the end of the 7th inning on
account of rain.
At Dallas R.H.E.
San Antonio. - . 6 7 1
Dallas. 5 10 5
Batteries San Antonio, Blanding and
Yontz; Dallas, Munseli, Dale and Ons
low. Umplre Matthews.
At Oklahoma City Waco-Oklahoma
City, no game on account of rain.
At Ft. Worth
Batteries Galveston, Brads'
Braun; Ft- Worth, Weatherford
Umpires Sigler and Settley.
Called at end of third Inning on ac
count of rain; no game.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeies 6 10 0
San Francisco -...0 1 0
Batteries Los Angeles, Nagle and
Waring; San Francisco, Browning and
At San Francisco
Batteries Oakland, ,
5 6 1
4 7 3
Mitze; Vernon, Raleigh,
At Milwaukee Louisville 4; Milwau
At Kansas City First game Indian
apolis 8; Kansas City 3.
Second game Kansas City 3; Indian
At St. Paul First game Toledo 4;
St. Paul 0.
Second game St. Paul 2; Toledo 1.
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 7; Co
lumbus 9; 10 innings.
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Clifton vs. El Paso
SATURDAY. . . . . V
Friday, - Ladies' Day
"Very enthusiastic," said
forester with emphasis.
"What do they think of the
"What do you think of the weath
er?" was his reply. It was raining
hard just then.
PACKING COMPANY FIGHTS
TO SAVE CONDEMNED EGGS
New York, N. Y.f Augj 11. The United
States Packing company today petition
ed for a thousand cans of' frozen eggs,
condemned by the federal authorities
and seized recently at the plant of the
King County Refining company.
The petition asserts that eight hun
dred of these cans of the product,
was made up at Dallas, Texas, and only
one can was examined by the depart
ment of agriculture at Washington.
Pitcher Taff. an Austin boy with the
Brownsville club of the Southwest Tex
as league, will probably go to one of
the big leagues next year. He has
pitched two no hit games this season
land has been instrumental in keeping
Brownsville close to the pennant in the
The Galveston team now has nearly
an entirely new line up. from what
was playing a month ago. The team
looked good for a pennant winner a
month ago, but the boj's from the north
could not stand the hot weather.
Salm, first baseman for Houston, who
came to that team via St. Louis through
Louisville, looks as if he -would get an
other chance at big league company.
He has1 ben p'laying an exceptionally
fine game since his knee got better
The same thing that Happened to
Shreveport last year will happen again
this 3ear. The team will be gutted of
all its good players by big league
drafts. Dale Gear has a faculty for
picking fast youngsters. From the cal
iber of his individual players he ought
to have a pennant winner evry year.
He does not seem to be able to mould J Louis Nationals, played with Shreveport
the men into a compact fighting body, of the Texas league until the beginning
Third Baseman Walsh of the Victoria
team of the South Texas league, has
been sold to Wichita, Kas. He will re
port at the end of the season.
Fred Cook, who piayca under the
name of Fred Winchcll withv the San
Antonio team for three or four years,
started the season with Grand Rapids.
He is not playing now and it is supposed
he has been given the pink slip., r
Cincinnati at New York.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Boston.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Washington at Cleveland
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at St. Louis.
Boston at Chicago.
"Waco at Ft. Worm.
Galveston at Dallas.
San Antonio at Shreveport.
Houston at Oklahoma City.
Clifton at El Paso.
the "Browns" and the "Blues." To
those uirinformed on the science ofewar
the morning conflict seemed an even
break. This afternoon will be consumed
with additional tests to prove su
premacy. Last night company after company
and regiment after regiment slipped
quietly out of camp and took positions
in various places of the woods desig-
I nated bv their commanders. Every
army of the service, regulars and vol
unteers, was sent into the field. When
daylight came these men were Testing I
on their arms waiting quietly, almost
motionlessiy for the bugle call which !
would cause them to swing Into bat
Hardly had the sun peeped above the
east when the clear calls of the bugle
began to sound. Men with field glasses
suddenlj' saw the woods seeming alive
with men. Companies began to move In
COUNTERFEIT MONEY IS
ilADE IN PENITENTIARY
Boston, Mass., Aug. 11. How three
inmates of the state prison at Charles
wwn were able to construct a counter
feiting outfit and manufacture spurious
I half dollars has been discovered by se
cret service officers. Patrick Hanley,
serving a 25 year sentence as an ha
bitual criminal, was involved. The
I method of the counterfeiters was in
j genious. They secured from, sources
unknown some scraps of tin and lead,
a jeweler's crucible and some plaster
of paris. One of the trio has a knowl
edge of electricity, and it was he -who
devised the means of melting the metal.
He cut in on the electric light wires
in Hanley's cell, attached two pieces of
carbon and placed on them a small
sheet of iron covered with fireproof
cement. On the white hot carbon the
crucible was placed, the metal was
melted and the coins were manufactur
ed in a plaster of taris mould- It i3
supposed that there was an accomplice
ProdBces thick, lmncriaat bal? vraem alj
other remedies falL We cnaraatea
Dauderine. All DroscUt, 25c, 59c ax 4
tfl, or sead tltls Ad. vritk 18e fataaapa
silver) for a lars trrts sassglc
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HOW TlffiV STAND.
Paris Woman To Become An Aeroplanist
Now York 34
St. Louis. .- 97
Philadelphia. . . . r. 99
Boston. . . . 102
, , , , 1 New York 102
Harmon, now playing with the St. J cisvelnnd 9S
St. Louis 9S
Ft. Worth 110
San Antonio. . . . .' 113
Galveston . "...112.
Oklahoma City 10S
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Paris, France, Aug. 11. Mile. Yvonne de Bray is one of tie latest of Parisiennes to take up aeroplaning. She
developed the craze at the recent meeting at Bethany Plain-. Contr?rv t- the predict. on when the baroness de
la Roche was injured by a fall from h r aeopne several weeks ago the a&$3nt did not frighten away the weaker
.sex. Mile de Bray says she will brea'c all records he.ld by women.
PRIZE FIOKT IS
CALLED OFF ENTIRELY.
Philadelphia. Pa.. Aug. 11.
The Langford-Kaufmann fight
scheduled for this city tonight,
has been called off entirely,
Langford having refused to go
on unless guaranteed $7500.
The bout wa: N scheduled for
last night originally, but the
rain caused a postponement.
Langford has been after Jack
Johnson for a fight and Jack,
the negro champion, has been
backing Kaufmann to win.
I Am Kow Closing Out The
Ai LESS Than Wholesale Cost
I will discontiime business at
the Miehelson stand. Come and
get your share of the big bar
gains at the following reductions:
So'e Cigarettes, pkg. .25c
...50c 25c Cigarettes, pkg. .20c
20c Cigars, 2 for 25c 20c Cigarettes, pkg.. 15c
15c Cigars, each 10c 15c Cigarettes, pkg. .10c
10c Cigars, 4 for 25c 10c Cigarettes pkgs 15c
oe Cigars, 8 for 25c 5c Cigarettes, 3 pkgs 10c
Nothing is now reserved. Smoking Tobaccos and'
Pipes are now on sale at same proportion of radi
HAIL ORDERS WI, BE FILLED AT ABOVE PRICES.
nn nn J Q 3U San ntomo
JL JL 3 Street
MICHELSON'S OLD STAND.
25c Cigars, 3 for.
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On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
Bell 1000. Auto. 1158.
Ei Paso fasieur Institute
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 2. Res., 3437
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Supplies for Engineers,
Architects and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
El Paso, Tex.
ES Paso Military Institute
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Students prepared for colleges, universities, government academies, or busi
ness. Thorough work. Small classes. Individual attention. Institute adjoins
United States army post. For prospectus address
CAPT. H. E. YAH SURDAFI, Superintendent.
Room 315, Herald Bids-
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full nigh aahool, aa4 4
vanced elective courses. Theory, practie
and appreciation ot music under the bst
Instructor. Resident director of phjJical
training1 and outdoor 3ports.
MISS SLATER MISS TAFEt, Prlaclpnla.
520 Pronpect Ave. El Fase, Texas.