July 4th 4
The Battle of the Heavies
I FrsLiik Moran I
I El Paso 1
S vs I
I Dave Mills
I California I
I TWO FAST PRELIMINAEIES. 1
I Admission: I
I The full returns of the Johnson-Mynn and the "Wol- 1
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ATIOXAX. COMMISSION DID
NOT ACT OX THB AGREEMENT
Cincinnati. O.. July 2. The National
baseball commission here yesterday re
instated player Belcher, of the St. Louis
DAIRY LUNCH CO.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
National club, and decided that pitcher
Alclntyre still belonged to Chicago. The
commission did not take up the new
national agreement, which it was ex
pected to ratify and sign. This will be
considered at a later meeting.
SAX IGXACIOS "WIN FItOM
COLTS IX A CLOSE GAME
The San Igrnacio team scored an
other victory by defeating the Colts by
a 2-1 score. The game went 10 in
s. ignacio oiooeeaao l 2 5 :
coits oeooioeoo o l 4 3
Pitcher for the San Ignaclo, Chapar
ro; Golts, "Weis.
innpq my nr m
TIE 'FIGHTS 01
Johnson to Win in 10; Flynn
to Win in 15 So
(BY H. wTLANIGAN) .
East Las Vegas, N. JL. July . Now
for the Jim Flynn-Jack Johnson cham
pionship combat. Independence day
brings the redoubtable dusky champion
and the ambitious white challenger to
gether and has Las Vegas the most
watched of all towns ;n the flstio
world. The fight has put this fair
city on the map with a vengeance and
thanks to the vigilance OJ mayor Rob
ert J. Taupert. the big match will do
naught but be a winner in every re
spect for Las Vegas. The crowd is al
ready here; the crowd is an orderly,
free spending one and the townfolks
are reaping a golden harvest.
Now to burst into the combat proper.
In my opinion Tom Flanagan, Lil' Ar-
thas experienced chief lookout, hit the
nail squarely on the noodle when he
stated that the sport public can rest
assured that It is set to see the best
scrap, staged between the big fellows
since Jeffries. Fitzsimmons, Sharkey
and the rest of the old ring heroes were
in their prime and fighting fights that
were fights. It Is Flanagan's forecast
that the Flynn-Johnson contest will be
a 50 percent better encounter than the
Jeffries-Johnson thing and a 25 per
cent better encounter than the Johnson-Burns
Furthermore, every expert on the
J ground is praising the form of the two
nauiuis. omuum UCIU1C ill jiubuw"'
history has a better groomed pair of
warriors been sent to the post.
Johnson is ready; in absolutely per
fect trim, state general monarch Tom
Flanagan and head trainer Watson
Flynn is In perfect condition; on
edge to put up the battle of his life,
declare manager Curley, chief spar
ring partner Al AVllliams, Abdul the
Turk and the rest of the Puebioan's
So much hare the big black and the
white challenger shown In training
quarters that there cannot be any ex
cuses from the losing side. Johnson
picks himself to win Inside of 10
rounds. Tom Flanagan is not antici
pating such a quick triumph. It is his
forecast that the fight will be 16 or 17
rounds before the champion slips over
Flynn Places a Limit.
Flynn has placed a limit of 15 rounds
on the battle. Most of the experts are
stringing with the two principals In
prophecying that the fight is not going
to be a short one. A look at Johnson's
record will prove tha he never wins
In a hurry. Throwing out Al McXa
mara. Kid Cutler, Peter Felix and Char
ley Haghey, not to mention old Bob
Fitzsimmons, whom the champion went
against when that grand oldtlmer was
completely at the end of his string, Lil'
Artha has never been bracketed In a
short scrap. The allin Jeffries lasted
14 rounds; the late Stanley Ketchel, a
middleweight. 12 rounds; Al Kaufman,
who was easy for Flynn, 10 rounds
the limit; Tony Ross, 6 rounds the
limit; Jack O'Brien, 6 rounds the 11m
; Tommy Burns, 14 rounds; Ben Tay
lor, S rounds; Jim Flynn, 11 rounds;
Joe Jeannette, 15 rounds; Sam Lang
ford, 10 rounds.
Johnson's knockouts have been few
and far between. He did not really stop
the Tenerable Jeff. He only finianea
Ketchel when Ketchel. to all appear
ances, had him finished. His fight with
Burns In Australia was stopped by the
police In the 14th round after he had
dropped Tommy in the first stanza.
So. surely Flynn should hang around
a while at least.
j! Cloodcroft I
4th of July
OF THE CITY LEAGUE
City league batting averages and pitchers' records of the City league for
the complete month of June are shown below. Heffner, of the Bakers, is the
leading slugger with four one-base hits, four two-base hits and one three-base
hit, a total of 15 bases. The statistics follow:
INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGES.
NAUU2 AND CLUB.
E. Mesa, S. P
Pedrason. S. P.
Trimble, P. B -
Walker, P. B
St. John, S. P '.
Pnrm. S T .........
Corninj:. G. 31
Kemp, 22d - g
Erickson, 22I .)
Cheiioweth, G. il
Heffner. I B , 7
Grady. 22J '
Yost. 22d 6
P. Ley va, S. P -
Farrian, 22d j-
Perkins. P. B 8
F. Fisher, S. P
Lamb, 22d 8
Tarano, S. P. 5
Lopez, S. P. .......................
ates, o. 1. ........ -
Terrill. 22d 8
(Jaffield. S. P 7
F. Mesa. S. P.......... ...... ...... '4
Hill. G. M..... 5
Armstrong, P. B
-Fisher. G. M 3
Oppett. 22T 2
Coylo, P. B. ............-----
Reynolds, S. P 4
Palmer. S. P j
Scanlan, S. P .............- o
Ervin. S. P ..........-... 5
B. Fisher, 22d 3
Fassett, G. M 5
Doerinjr, P. B - " '
Pomerov, G. M. .................... 5
W. Grady, G. M 5
H. Grady, G. M . : 6
Warnock. P. B : 6
Barker, G. M. .........-.. 5
Hoover, G. M. .......... ....-... o
Carjro. G. 31 3
Sauer. P. It. 3
Thompson, I. B.. ...... o
Bricsh, P. B................
McGhee, P. B. ...................... o
Johnson, S. P 3
Scamerhorn, 22d 3
Garber, 22d 2
DinKwall, G. M j. 2
Cunninshani, P. B 2
Kav. 22d 2
Pokrent. 22d 1
TEAM BATTING AVERAGES.
Games. AB. R.
Twenfcy-sond Infantry S 265 63
Internationals 8 253 40
Bakers 8 22G 36
Millers ." 6 175 26
EXTRA BASE HITTERS.
Twenty-second Infanirv 68
Plaver and Club. Won. Lost.
Scamerhorn, 22d ... 3
Hill, G. M 2
Farrian, 22d 1
ArmstToajr. 1- "
Oppett, 22d' . . i . .
F. Mesa, S. P...
PedraKon, S. P..
Cargo, G. M
Fisher. G. M
Lena. S. P
F. Fisher, S. P...
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DEVOTION TO GIRL
BRIDE MAY COST LIFE
New York, X. Y.. July 2. Young j
Thomas Franklin Manville, who was
disinherited by his multi-millionaire
father. Thomas Franklin Manville sr.,
the head of the asbestos trust, because
he married a show girl, may lose his life
because of his devotion to his young
The young man has just undergone
a serious operation for appendicitis and
his physical condition has been so
weakened by work or by the lack of
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Special Train Leaves El Paso 7:45 A.
Returning Leaves Cloudlcrof 1 6:30 P
Gurtz, of the 22d team, secured the largest number of runs, 13, in S
He also secured 12 hits in 8 jrames.
Kemp, of the 22d team, stole 10 bases in 8 games.
Scanlan, of the Sheltons, secured two sacrifice hits in 5 games. .
Lopez, of the sheltons, secured z sacrifice hits in S games.
Chenoweth, of the Millers, secured 2 sacrifice hits in 5 games.
No better place to spend your 4 th of July outing. Grand
celebration at Cloudcroft, including Band Concert, Base
Ball Game, Athletic Sports, Etc.
H. D. McGregor,
City Pass. Agent
CLAY COURT TENNIS
American Tennis Player Is
Defeated by a
Pittsburg. Pa., July 2. Finals In the
men's singles, women's singles and
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CHIXCHETT & FEEGTJSOII
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219 San Fraacisco St
Bell Phons 334 Auto Phon 1334
mixed doubles, as well as the challenge
match for the championship, were
played here yesterday, concluding the
tournament .of the clay court cham
pionship of the United States. R. Mor
ris "Williams, of Philadelpha. former
state champion, defeated Walter T.
Hayes, of Chicago, for the champion
ship of the United States, in straight
sets. The score: 6-4, 6-1 and 8-4.
Miss Hay Sutton, of Los Angeles, won
the woman's championship, defeating
Miss Mary Brown, also of Los Angeles,
the formr champion. In two straights,
C-4 and 6-2.
In the mixed doubles Miss Sutton
and Frank Harris, the Dartmouth col
lege champion, won the national titlo
from Miss Mary Brown and Norrls
Williams. The match required three
sets. The score was: 6-3. 2-6 and 6-2.
Look Bad for U. S. A.
Stockholm, July 2. T. R. Pell. United
States, who on Saturday beat Cunot,
France, in the lawn tennis singles, was
defeated yesterday by Heyden. Ger
many. The score was: 2-6, 7-5, 8-6,
7-5. Pell, without practice on the voy
age, was obliged to play on an as
phalt court and was unable to do him
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30 6 .269 KiHf, i WmStUrW
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Y. 3L C. A. TEXXI5 UESlILTS.
Weekend results In the Y. M. C. X
round robin of tennis resulted In a
victory for Shea over Wnitman, 6-3:
Thirty-one pairs nanflsomo casement
sash, yours for 1.00 a pair.
Lander Lumber Co.
Makes Heavy '
demands on the wearer of
They must be clean and fresh
looking at all times and the best
way we know of keeping them so
is to send them to us frequently
for Hand Washing and Ironing.
Let us have them this week I
412-414 S. Oregon St.
MR. AXD MRS. T. E. MAXVILLE
proper comforts which he enjoyed be
fore he married pretty Florence Huber,
that his physician hold out a very slim
hope for his recovery.
At tne time of his marriage nts ratner j
Is said to ha' e offered either young t
Manville or his bride $50,000 if they
would get a divorce. But they asserted I
their love for each other and refused
the offer, whereupon the young lovers !
were cut off without a penny, and the
groom got employment as a demon
strator with an automobile concern.
His mother is believed to be paying
the expenses for medical attendance.
Ask an; onainesa man ur caaeator ia
El Faio as to the best School for yacf
on or daughter.
J. P. Jlnllla, President
Rnumcr Kills Self.
Chicago. Ills.. July 2. Fernand B.
Baumer, of the F. O. Baumann com
pany, committed suicide In his home
by shooting himself in the head. He
'had been subject to periods of melan
choly for some months.
If j'ou have a good thing to sell, ad
vertise it. If you have an indifferent
article to dispose of, advertise it anyway.
NO MONEY REQUIRED
Owners would exchange close-in
property on Oregon street just south
of Overland for residences.
APPLY 110 S. OREGON ST.
Use Herald Want Ads.
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