The Herald's Sporting News
SAY, C HAPPIES.
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CLE V AH OF YOU TO
APPEAR OUST "AT TH'S
MOMENT! I'M STICL.
AFTER. MUTT AtfD JEFF,
n &UME A I 5HAL
CAPTURE M fo-DAyJ
Pitclicrs Boolcs, Mason ntl llunisey. out fielders Denklns and IJrown lin-c
been cut out of the Mai crick hertl nml are now on the ojien ranare uniting for
Kome one to claim their sen ices.
The ijonnlof directors of the baseball club met Monday afternoon and
decided on the radical action rcRardins the three pitchers and two outfielder?..
Other men are to be broupjbt on from the larious Ieacies which Iiaie iust
closed the season and the dnb iilll be strengthened, the directors snj, nith a
lien pitchinr staff.
Jackson, formerly firxt baseman on the club, nill return Friday and will
be aslf?ucd to one of the outfield positions temporarily. The reason griien for
the release of IJooles and Itumsey lias that both men viere not in pitching: form.
Pitcher Ablcn, the Saa Antonio xlabznazx of the Tei.as league, nho hns.a
reputation iihich. extends beyond the confines of the lonjchorn league, 'has
been siprncd as one of the pitching fttaff of the KI Pane club and "trill leave
San Antonio "Wednesday morning:, according to a message rece'iied by II. S.
Potter. nother pitcher Is ta be secured as noon as posnible.
Stoiill, also from the Texas league, is to be assigned to the outfield of
the Mavericlvs and Jackson Is expected tf arrive In time for the Saturday
Same. The opposition for this series lias not yet been decided, although it
villi be either Blsbee or MorencI, probably the latter.
QUIT THE LEAGUE
Leaves Cactus League With
Four Teams Clifton-
Morenci to Play at
Clifton, Ariz., Sept. 13. The long: ex
pected reduction of the Cactus circuit
seems to have bme at last, although.
It "was sprung' fr,om rather an unex
pected quarter. '
Manager Curamings, of Morenci, call
ed up Riley, of Clifton, and advised
lum that Morenci had cancelled -with
El Paso and intended to -withdraw from
the league and requested Clifton to
cancel -with Bisbee.
The numerous troubles of the Clifton
club have given rise to the rumor that
it -would never last the season out
Although the team is in no shape to
make much of a showing against the
other clubs on the circuit, the local
management had decided to finish the
season rather than throw the league
off its balance, as the withdrawal of
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wr approved by the fans, who realfz-
ed the hopelessness of Clifton's strug
gle but did not -want to disrupt the
league by laying down.
The "withdrawal of Morenci, how
ever, gives Clifton a chance to retire
from the ring in a graceful manner,
leaving an evenly balanced circuit of the
four clubs which have been the only
real contenders for the championship
this season. This is probably the best
thing that could have happened to the
league at this stage of the game, with
El Paso, Douglas and Cananea all loom
ing up strong m the home stretch and
Blsbee showing signs of recovering
from her slump.
In her crippled condition. Clifton
could have only made a half hearted
showing against the other clubs and
the fans are really glad of the oppor
tunity to withdraw. The league now
resolves itself to a four club race
where every game should count for the
Manager Riley states that while the
club could go to no further expense
in securing players, there was suffi-
i cieit in the treasury to
j season as the club stood.
I Clifton will continue playing Morenci
' anrl 'Rnt- ctnfoc thot ho. ,o ,..m:-r,
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play any otner club in the circuit If
games can be arranged.
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Four legged and two legged race
followers are arriving at the Juarez
track. A dozen or' so stable men nut
in an appearance Monday, and a few
horses are waiting on this sid6 for de-
Syracuse state stakes went to The
Abbe at the opening of the grand cir
cuit races Monday. It was his eighth
straight victory of this season and
Ed Geers had little trouble with three
Play at Boston Monday allowed the
locals to replace the New York visitors
to second place in the league standing.
Both games of a double header were
taken by the Bean Burg.
Minor Heir, son of Heir at Law, broke
the world's mile pacing record at India
napolis Monday, going the distance in
1:59. The previous station was made
by the same horse at 2-flat Lady
Maud C. finished second, in 1:59 1-2,
and Geo. Gano was a dose third at
1:59 3-4. Hedgewood Boy finished
fourth in 2:00 flat.
Bu bunching hits on Demott in the
fourth and seventh, Detroit defeated
Cleveland by nearly a shut out, 5-1. The
game put the winners in third place.
At Denver Monday, Meadow, a 1 to 7
favorite, won her third race of the
overland meeting at one mile in the
fast time of 1:39 3-5.
Not a first choice landed at Anaconda
Monday. Livius took the feature by
running down a field in the stretch. "
Andy Coakley. old Chicago National
and Louisville pitcher, has been canned
by the national commission. The ban,
based on an mterleague technicality!
extends to the Paterson, N. J., club, to
which Andy belongs!
Only one of Coombs opponents made
third base at Philadelphia Monday, and
Washington was shut out by six runs.
When darkness stopped play in the
national amateur golf championship
at Brookline, Mass., Warren K. Wood,
of Homewood, was leading the field!
Travis was one stroke behind, and
Gardner was among those who did not
Moore fanned 13 Brooklyn players,
and Philadelphia gained a 3 run shut
out. The game was set for the 18th,
but was played Monday to shorten the
BALL PLxVY'ER PAY'S FIXE
ON CHARGE OF FIGHTING.
Kane Pleads Guilty to Charge and Is
j Assessed Flic Dollars Other
j Cases Are Dismissed.
i Ham Ivanf a Done-las nifnpr -arlin
was arrested in connection with the
fight at the ball game at Washington
park .Sunday afternoon, entered a plea
of guilty, throutrh his attornov. at the
Monday afternoon- session of police
I court and was fined ?5. The charges
This Fellow Is In
Sam Craivford the, big "barber" of
almost TTOn froin"the Yankees single
and a single in four times at bat, and
It has get to be a sajing that if you
you have the TIg,ers beaten.
against TV. Powell and E. C. Anderson,
arrested Jdj- the police at the same time,
FORMER. WELL KNOWN
PITCHER IS SUSPENDED.
Cincinnati, O., Sept. 13. Pitcher Andy
Coakley, formerly of the Chicago Na
tional, Louisville and other professional
baseball teams, has been placed on the
ineligible list of organized baseball by
the National commission. The ban is
extended to include the Paterson, N. J ,
team, .of which Coakley is a member.
The action followed complaints that
the New York -American and National
had played exhibition
Seines -with Paterson, an examination
of the records showing that Coakley
had been suspended by the National
asociation of Minor League clubs.
J Whether he will be restored to good
standing is lor this body to decide.
f- STATISTICAL MJOPE.
(By Art "Woods.) , -
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WHERE THEY PLAY" WEDNESDAY'.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Pittsburg at New Y'ork.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at Boston.
Cleveland at Detroit.
HOW THEY' STAND
Played Won Lost
Chicago 124 85
Pittsburg 128 7G
New Y'ork 125 72
Philadelphia ...130 67
Cincinnati 132 G3
St. Louis 126 51
Brooklyn 12S . 51
Boston 131 " 45
Played Won Lost
Philadelphia 130 90 40
Boston ..." 131 76 35
Detroit 132 76 56
New York 131 75 56
Washington ...133 59 74
Cleveland 131 58 73
Chicago 130 51 79
St. Louis 132 40 92
THREE FIRE ALARMS ARE
OF SMALL CONSEQUENCE
Fire Department Called Out JVTonday,
But No Damages Were Discovered
Where Alarms Came From.
Three f'ire alarms, reported Monday
afternoon and night, were mostly
alarms, according to chief Armstrong
Tuesday morning. The alarm from
Boulevard and Octavia prOAed to be
A small blaze originating on the lrack
porch of the residence of Mrs. J. It.
Darrow, 155 North Ochoa. was extin
guished after it had scorched a refriger-
ator mid caused a little danine in t'hc
A fire reported in the rearT the Al-
varnlo flats. 501. 505 Mesa avenue, sue-
ceeded in destrovin-r a nortimi of a foner
before bein- extinguished.
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Ty Cobb's Class
th,e Detroit, vrho In a recent game
handed. He hnd tvro triples, a double
in addition walked once, scoring lnt;r.
can stop Ty Cobb and Crawford
AMERIC IN LE VGUE.
At Boston (first game) R. H. B
New York ..0 0000000 0 0 3 1
Boston 0 0130000 x 1 9 1
Batteries ew Y'ork, Vaughan and
Criger; Boston, Collins and Kleinow-
Umpires Perrine and Dineen.
At Boston (second game) R. H. E.
New Y'ork 0010010 3 0 05 S 1
Boston ...100004000 1 6 10 2
Batteries New Y'ork, Fisher and
Sweeney; Boston, Karger, Wood and
Umpires Dineen and Perrine.
At Philadlephia R. H. E.
Washington 00000000 0 0 4 3
Philadelphia 0 0 3 10 110 x 6 9 1
Batteries Washington, Riesling and
Ainsmith; Philadelphia, Coombs and
Umpires Colliflower and O'Loughlln.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Cleveland ..10000000 0 1 5 9
Detroit 0 0020030 x 5 10 2
Batteries Cleveland. Demott and
Land; Detroit, Willett and Schmidt.
At Chicago St. Louis-Chicago game
postponed; rain. ' ,
.At Brooklyn i. H. E.
Philadelphia 02010000 0 3 9 0
Brooklyn ...0 0000000 0 0 6 0
, Batteries Philadelphia, Moore and
Dooin; Brooklyn, Bell and Bergen.
Umpires Krem and Kaue.
At Pittsburg R. h. E.
Cincinnati ..0 7001101 0 1 6 0
Pittsburg ...0 0000000 0 0 6 2
Batteries Cincinnati, Beebe and
Clarke; Pittsburg, White and Gibson.
Umpires Johnstone and Easn.
At Omaha jm jr. rj.
Omaha 30060000 x 9 11 2
Topeka 2 1011000 0 3 )
Batteries: Omaha, Stowers and Cad
man; Topeka, Griffin and Shea.
At St. Joseph n. jr. E.
Lincoln 00000000 0 0 S 1
St. Joseph ..0 0 1,0 0 1 0 0 x 2 S 1
Batteries: Lincoln. Hagemian and
Krueger; St. Joseph, Swift and Frambes.
At Wichita ,. R. h. E.
Des Mines ..00500000 0 3 7 3
Wichita 0 0020000 0 2 5 2
Batteries: Des Moines, Blersdorfer
and Clemons; Wichita, Jackson and
3ION DAY'S RESULTS.
Search Of Mtitt and Jeff
At Denver R. H. E.
Siux City 0 0 2 2 0 110 1 7 14 1
Denver 10 202000 0 3 13 1
Batteries: Sioux City, Hammond and
Miller; Denver, Harris, Olmstead and
At San Francisco R. H. E-
Oakland .2 1 0
Portland 0 3 4
Batteries: Oakland, Lively and Mitze;
Portland, Gregg and Fisher and Mur
ray. At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles 0 3 3
San Francisco 3 5 1
Batteries: Los Angeles, Castleton and
Orndorff; San Francisco, Miller and
At Nashville: "First game, Nashville,
2; Birmingham, 0. Second 'game: Nash
ville, 3, Birmingham, 2.
At Chattanooga. First game, Chatta
nooga, 3; Mobile, 0. Second game,
Chattanooga, 0; Mobile, 0. Game called
at end of eighth on account of dark
ness. At Atlanta: Atlanta, 7; Montgom
At Memphis: Memphis, 2; New Or
At Milwaukee Minneapolis game
postponed; wet grounds.
At Columbus Indianapolis, 2; Co
At Louisville Toledo, 7; Louisville, S.
At Kansas City St. Paul, 2; Kansas
COimTEY CLUB AITD
TOLTEOS TO DINE
Two Teams Picked for
Match Game of Golf to
Be Played Sunday.
All are not warriors who' warwhoop,
but the continual an'' persistent yap
ping of the Indians of the Toltec tribe
have disturbed the slumbers of the
country folk who live out near Tobin
In the farmhouse of E. P. Club, fre
quently referred to as "Country" Club
for short. It all came about in this
1 wise: The Country club has long been
j known as the home of golf and goobje
liver. The Toltec organization has
I prided Itself on us new building and
. contents. Charges and counter charge-
; uere made as a result of the friendly
little tiff. The Toltec Indians, if it '
pleases the court, asked to be permit-
j ted to offer in evidence the fact that ;
try; last golf match went to Douglas by '
aeiault. promg, they say that the
hayseeds" haie no cinch on the' golf
game in El Paso and its environs.
The Country clubbers deny the soft
impeachment. It was the water, or
the course, or something, that caused
them to lose to Douglas last year. Hav
ing their dander up, whatever dander
is. they harp called the bluff of the
boys In the cliffs of the Toltec triancle.
I The contest of blood and iron has been
set for Sunday, September IS. The re
ward of merit is to be a harvest dinner,
served country style, in the dining
room of the Country club, and the tick-
et paid for by the losing member of
the twosome. No attempt will be
made to serve the entire party at once,
but the match is being arranged to al
low the players to eat In pairs as they
The tentative list of players on the
opposing club teams have been select
ed as follows:
C. A. Beers.
Dr. James A'ance.
J. C. Wilmarth.
R. G. Crowder.
O. C. Coles.,
A. P, Coles.
W. F. Payne.
E. E. Neff.
F J. Feldman.
W. T. Hixson.
Gus A. Trost.
.T, F. Coles.
Y". R. Stiles.
T.. M Wingo.
S. J. Lark in.
J. M. Wyatt.
R. W. McAfee.
W E. Race.
A. W. Houck.
C. H. Leavell.
1. J. Edwards.
W. V. Sterling.
J. F. Williams. "
Van C. Wilson.
H. S. Potter.
W. H. Shelton.
W. L. Too ley.
W. M. Petticolas.
T. J. Stafford.
A. G. Trost.
W. E. Morris.
are asked to report
J hete piuyers
to C. A. Beers at the Toltec club by
Friday night, either bv card or phone.
Those who do not report by that time
will be cut off the list and other play
ers substituted. No one will have a
place on the playing team unless they
positively know they will play.
Those who are not included in the
list, but who will be able to play Sun
day, are asked to notify Mr. Beers and
their matches will be arranged. As
manv of the matches as possible are to
be played in the forenoon in order that
all may get in on the harvest dinner.
CLERK IN POSTOFFICE
BUYS A RESIDENCE
The eight room house on Roo-evelt
avenue, belonging to Louis 0. Howell,
superintendent of mounted inspectors of
the customs service, was sold Tuesday to
Mrs. Bertha Walter Ford, of the post
office department, the consideration be
ing $4S50. The deal was made through
the Ma3'field Realty coinpany.
See Swanson, The Tailor, now.
VISIT HIXSON'S DISCOUNT SALE.
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Jjjr Excursion Vill Find Us k
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II STOVES' AND RANGES.
Il A SPECIAL DISCOUNT $f
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Wk tonlers as Aell a out of town. SB
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TWO WOMEN ARE HEAVIEST
SAN ANTONIO TAXPAYERS
San Antonio, Tew. Sept. IS Two v.o
men are the heaviest taxpayers in Bexar
county. Both are widows of prominent
lien of ia.i Antonio, who. died many
mann, widow of the late Herman Kamp
nuinii. v. idon ot the Jate Maj. .1. II. Kamrr
mann, whose assessed valuation property
This Mao a
Frank Schulte, the happy-go-lucky ficht fielder of the Chicago Cnb, tfc
prospective National league pennnnt winners, vho hiu et a major leagu
record by his great work at the bat against the Giants in the series recent
ly ended. This series vins characterized by the phenomenal number of kome
runs made by the Cub.s in the four games. Seven of these -were credited to
three plajers of the team, and Schulte made four of them. For opportune
fine plajing," Schulte is considered to have top-notched anything La the
bnseball line for the sensou of 1010. -
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WAL TOBH5CO kip.
1 1 'e'
is placed at $62S.9S0. and the other is
Mrs. E. A. StrHiling. whose issessment
is 537&.6SG. Xext in order are (eore
M. Maveriek. $26S.9S0; Dr. Ferdinand
Herff, sr.T $257.0S0: C. C. Gibbs. S224,
SS0. 25 PERCT OFF. HIXSON'S.
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