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EL PASO HERALD
12 "Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1910.
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The Internationals lead the Commer
cial Basketball league, with the per
centage of .714, the other three teams
being, tied with ".429. Wednesday night
the Internationals will play Bryan Bros,
and the Walz company will play the
Shellon-Paynes at the T. M. C. A.
Saturday night there will be a double
header, one game between the Mesa
girls and the High school girls, and the
other between the teams representing
th S. W. shops and the Y. M. C. A.
The S. W.-Y. game will be the first
challenge game of the season for the
City Challenge league trophy. The
shop team will have an equal chance
for winning, as in the recent practice
game the "Y" just nosed out a victory
by six points.
The gold medal contests between the
Juniors and the Intermediates of the
Y. M. C. A. are to be held Monday, De
fight stopped because
fighters wouldn't figblt.
""Oklahoma City, Okla." Dec7""""l4. A
scheduled 10 round bout between Monte
Attell and Jeff O'Connell was stopped
by the promoters at the end of the
fifth round here last night and entrance
money was refunded. The promoters
refused to pay either fighter.
Attell was to have received 80 per
cent of the gross receipts. The fight
was tame from start to finish, Attell
getting a shade of the best of ail ex
changsB, Hissing started in - the first round
and throughout the fight the spectators
could not be controled. Twice in the
course of tha fight promoter Tommy
Elks, coming to the ringside, requested
the referee to make the two men fight
or get out of the ring.
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AT HIS N.M. RANCH
Tucumcari, X. M., Dec. 14. Battling
Nelson has returned to his ranch in
the northern part of this county, ap
parently none the worse for his en
counter with Moran, in which battle he
suffered his second defeat in a few
months. He is with his brother, Henry
Nelson, and" It is rumored, that he is
considering money investments in this
state. Nelson still believes that it1 was
only luck tnaT lost him both the battles
with Wolgast and Moran, and believes
.that he again will make good in the
ring, showing at least the gameness
for which he is noted. He will spend
the winter in this climate.
AT THE OAKLAND TRACK.
Oakland, Calif., Dec. 14. Enfield
gained a nose victory over Raleigh P.
D. in the Bossinante handicap, the
feature of thQ card at Emeryville
Tuesday. A field of five went to the
post and all broke well with the ex
ception of Boy Junior, who got away
badly. After Pride of Lismore stop
ped, Enfield and Raleigh P. D. fought
it out. Fine weather prevailed but
the track was Sieavy.
"DOC" ROLLER DEFEATED.
New York, N. X., Dec 14. Zbyszko,
the Pole, won two straight falls from
Dr. B, F. Boiler, of Seattle, in a wrest
ling match here last night, thus win
ning the bout- The first fall was se
cured by a bar lock in one hour, 13
minutes and 25 seconds, and the second
fall by an arm roll in a little over 11
Pensacola, Fla, Dec. 14. Favorites
annexed five of Tuesday's purses and
played havoc with the bookmakers'
bank -rolls. Chanute was backed from
15 to 1 to even.
EST OF BLB
McLemore Mare, Well Kid
den, Wins Eeature
Event at Juarez.
Mare racing against horse and boy
riding against boy, the one mile handi
cap was a test of blood and brains, in
which Meadow, the McLemore mare,
won from Helmet, the Keene horse, now
owned by the Bradjey stable. Helmet
went to the post a strong favorite at
9 to 20, and was expected to go the long
route in the lead at every post. But
Meadow as too fit for the Helmet horse
and outgamed him at the finish.
Meadow wisely let Ocean Queen set the
early pace up to the far turn, where
Molesworth let her have her head and
she went out in front, with Helmet a
close second, tfteid, the boy on Helmet,
made his move too soon and hung badly
when the critical time came. Ocean
Queen finished third, after setting all
of the early pace.
Another Bradley horse did win In the
first race, when Orient Pearl went over
the five and a half furlong route to
a winning from a field of eight. The
Pearl held a good position all the way
and came on to beat Salali, the favorite,
in the finishing strides. Balella de
layed too long, but was coming through
fast at the end. Lena Lech hung it all
over the others in the second race, but
had to be extended to make it into
harbor ahead of the rest. Flying Pearl
hung behind Lena most of the way and
was strongest of the two at the finish,
but was not good enough to overcome
the lead. Colinet, another Bradley
stable performer, moved up from eighth
to first in the third race, running
over the field in the final effort. Cha
pultepec was leading at the three
quarters, but was unable to keep the
gait and surrendered the lead to Coli
net after the field turned for home.
Lucky Mose just got going at the head
of the stretch and covered a lot of
ground, but was outrun by the winner,
who went away on the outside.
Napa Nick just breezed the final fur
longs in the fifth race and was a win
ner by four lengths from Crossover.
Napa Nick was never worse than sec
ond and took the lead on the far turn,
romping away from the restf Cross
over was outrun In the early part of
the race, but came on strong to make
it a second place finish. PId Hart
showed a lot of late speed, but could
get no nearer than third. A field of
old tike favorites went to the post in
the final race, a mile and one-sixteenth
race for 3yearolds and better. Barney,
Oilfield ran his race and won from
Short Order and Himalaya by making
his move at the fight time. Barney
moved up to first place at the stretch,
after running easy in fourth up to the
finish. Short Order set all the pace
and then hung onto- second position
gamely. Kopek devoted his time to
Bon Ton, who was run Into the ground,
but Kopek had nothing left with which
to finish the race.
First race, five and one-half fur
longs, selling:, 2yearolds and up, value
to first $225 Oriental Pearl, 97 (Allen)',
5 to 1, won; Salali, 110 (S. Smith), 2 to
1, second; Balella, 100 (Rettig), 8 to 1,
third. Time, 1:07. Union Jack, Mock
ler, Doughty, Southern Light, The
Second race, six furlongs, selling,
4yearolds and up, value to first $225
Lena Lech, 109 (Rettig), 7 to 10, won;
Flying Pearl, 109 (T. Smith), 7 to 1,
second: Periwinkle, 104 (Allen). 15 to 1,
t third. Time, 1:13 4-5. Cobleskill, St.
j Joe, Cotytto. "Waldorf Belle, Ned Car-
mack, Red Hussar, ran.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling,
3yearolds and up, value to first $300
Colinet, 102 (Allen), 5 to 1, won; Lucky
Mose, 109 (Murphy), ,15 to 1, second;
"Work Box, 111 (Ganz), 7 to 1, third. Time,
1:27 1-5. Chapultepec, Gen. Marchmont,
Marion Casey, Otilo, Dick Moss, Salian,
Jeanne D'Arc, ran.
Fourth race, one mile, handicap, all
ages, value to first $450 Meadow, 112
(Molesworth), 5 to 2, won; Helmet, 115
(Reid), 9 to 20, second: Ocean Queen,
100 (Van Dusen),"7 to 1, third. Time,
1:39 2-5. Candleberry, ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling,
3yearolds, value to first $225 Napa
Nick, 113 (Rettig), 8 to 5, won; Cross
over, 113 (McCullough), 9 to 5, second;
PId Hart, 107 (S. Smith), 12 to 1, third.
Time, 1:13 2-5. Roberta, Florence A.,
Marcus, Fair, Louise, Shamrock, ran.
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles, 3yearolds and up, value to first
$300 Barney Oldfleld, 108 (Keogh), 6
to 1, won; Short Order. 99 (H. Jones),
15 to 1, second; Himalaya, 107 (Mur
phy), 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:48 2-5. Ko
pek, Vesme, Bon Ton, Taskmaster, Tug
By the disgraceful margin of 154
pins, the State National five defeated
as many of the Go-Easy aggregation on
the Cactus club alleys Tuesday night.
The Nationals got all of the four points,
Foster making both game with 182 and
total at 520.
The Juniors won from the Beavers
by 95 pins in another game. Barela
took game at 191 and Paul total at
Play "Wednesday night will be:
Banters vs. Business Men; Yannigans
vs. Real Estate men.
Tuesday's scores follow: ""
Deane 116 139 124 379
Lindsey 165 131 165 461
Ronan 119 120 116 355
Sincair 155 147 136 438
Hill 155 158 169 482
710 695 710 ,2115
Higgins IIS 105 156 379
Kistler 118 121 10." 344
Browne 153 112 121 386
Foster 157 182 1S1 520
Bovee 92 130 110 332
638 650 673 1961
TVeaber 122 161 145 428
Schutz 155 157, 190 512
Carr 154- 165 .167 486
Barela '.... ..191 154 151 499
Bryan 150 144 .189 4S3
772 781 845 2398
Critchett 140 169 .142 451
DeShazo 141 116 173 -UO
Paul 168 ISO 167 515
Grandover ..113 179 113 405
Roberts 159 173 170 :QZ
721 S17 765 2303
At the V. 31. C. A.
Team No. 1, of the Y. M. C. A. bowl
ing league beat team No. 5 Tuesday
night by a margin of 97 pins. Race
of 'No. 5, was the highest individual
scorer, with 198 to his credit, while
Houck, of No. 1, had the highest total
with 508. "Wednesday night teams Nos.
5 and 6 will play.
The score was:
Team 1 ,1 2 3 T.
Houck s 157 163 18S 508
Sukerman .-. 154 142 161 457
Slater ....- J 163 173 152 4S8
474 478 501 1453
Team 5 1 2 3 T.
E. A. Fruit...'.. 168 126 134 42S
Block 162 138 127 427
Race ." 198 142' 161 501
i JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
i ? 19th Day, Thursday, Dec. 15.
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First race, selling, 2yearolds, five and
one-half furlongs Gehtnicht, 103;
Count De Oro, 106; Quicksilver, 108;
Vanity Fair, 10S Boana, 108; Lies Friar,
111; Pit-a-Pat, 111.
Second race, selling, six furlongs
Grace Golden, 107; Little Marchmont,
107; Personalty, 107: La Dextra, 107;
Judith Page. 107; Lawndale Belle, 107;
Siscus, 110: Dave Montgomery, 110; St.
Joe, 112; Bonnie Prince Charlie,' 112;
Banthel, 112; Sempronium, 112.
Third race, handicap, 2yearolds, six
furlongs Mockler, 95; "West Point, 97;
Dartworth, 103; Flying Wolf, 108; Ster
Fourth race, selling, Vera Cruz
stakes, one mile and a sixteenth
Jacquellna, 102; John Louis, 104; Do
Fifth race, selling, five and one-half
furlings Mark Kennedy, 104; Clint
Tucker, 105; Toy Boy, 105; Old Nick,
105; Doc Allen, 105; Sixteen, 106; An
nual 'Interest, 109; Bob Lynch, 110;
Execute,, 111; Chapultepec, 112; Del
Sixth race, selling, one mile The
Peer, 105; Hoyle, 107; Lena Lech, 110;
Fred Mulholland, 110; Hannis, 112;
Light Wool, 113.
SIGN FOR A FIGHT
ON JANUARY 15.
New Orleans, Da., Dec 14. Word is
received here that Frankie Conley had
signed articles of agreement for a
20 round fight with Johnny Coulon be
fore the West Side Athletic club on
Sunday afternoon, January 15. The
men are to fight at 116 pounds, weigh
ing in three and a half hours before
the battle begins.
Reelection of-Lyneli by iSr:i
tionals and: Schedule-
Ntv York. N. T., Dec. 14. Both the
National and American baseball leagues
held annual meetings here today. Therp
wa5 little doubt of the reelection of
ihnTTintt T, . iLvTioh. to theriiiresidency oC
the National, possibly for a threeyears'
term. Ban Johnson -was last year
elected to the presidency of the" Amer
ican league for a 20 year term, and
that league did not occupy more than
two hours to perform its putine busi
ness. The one thing which gave prom
ise of a discussion in both leagues was
the new scheduule plan, which Garry
Horrman has advocated. He favored a
schedule of 112 games for each league,
whfch would carry the season to the
middle of August, and then start .
series of interleague games, 64 in all,
eacn ciud inus piayms a &u.via u
tween April 10 and October 15. The
old world's championship is to be elim
inated, it being calculated that the team
in a whole season should be deserving
of the real world's championship title.
President Ban Johnson says it is notj
probable that the American league will
taKe Kinaij zo me piau, iui mc n..
season at least.
Muck Buflinew Traasactcd.
rT'V! VinirH rf rlirootnn: tf thf ?Ca-
,tional league has administered what is ,
considered a rebuke to president Lynch
in the McMillan cases. President f
Charles Ebbetts of Brooklyn last sea
son released McMillan to Rochester of
th Eastern leairue. and several major "
league clubs complained that Ebbetts j
had violated a rule of organized base- .
ball in failing to obtain waivers.
President Lynch fined Ebbetts $500.
The board has "remitted the fine with
out comment." Lynch refused to dis
cuss tne action. j
The National league oxiiciany
awarded its pennant for the last season
to Chicago and decided to continue ,
the pension paymerts to Mrs. Johnson,
sister of Harry Pulliam, the league
president, who, under heavy strain,
ended his life a year and a half ago.
The matter of pitcher Camnitz, who
claimed a bonus of ?1200 from Pitts- j
burg on what he said was a contract '
that he was to receive that amount if j
he did rot touch liquor during the sea-
son, was laid over until the February J
meeting, so that Camnitz can appear,
Pit;tsburg asked for waivers on first
baseman Jack .b'lynn ana announueu
that if no offers were received he would
be released unconditionally.
Detroit sold Henry Pernell, its only
left-handed pitcher, to Oakland, of the
Pacific Coast league.
It is pretty well established that
Fred Tenny, former manager of the
Boston Nationals, but more lately first
baseman of the New York Nationals,
will be appointed manager of the re
organized Boston National league team,
negotiations for the sale of which are
It was said that Fred Lake, present
manager, whose contract has a year
to run, will manage the St. Louis
Americans through a deal made with
Robert L. Hedges, owner. Lake de
clined to discuss the matter today, but
it is understood announcement of the
change will be made tomorrow.
WELL KNOWN BALL PLYER
ENDS LIFE WITH A REVOLVER.
T.niiJQvillp. Kv.. Dec. 14. Dan D. Mc-
Ga'nn, former captain and first base
man of the New York Nationals, com
mitted suicide here yesterday.
McGann was found iu his room at
"Rosier s hotel at 4 oclock yesterday
nftorrronn with a bullet hole over his
.heart and a revolver in his -hand. He
3iad been dead several hours.
WATin's last season was with the
Milwaukee team of the American as
sociation and it was understood efforts
were being made to secure him for the
Louisville team for next season.
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which ended his career In the ring. This battle again proved that they "never
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