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THE EVENING IXERAtD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. It., MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914.
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than Camel. You'll like them mlfhty well, beaut
they're plejuiijr in flare and fragrance. Besides, they
will not Wte your tongue or parch your tlircut, nor will
they leave that clgarctty taste I
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Standing of the Clubs
(Tli average Iu not Include to
New York 3i 23
Cincinnati 31 3"
Chicago 33 31
f'ltlilurh . - 2 10
tt. I.i. ill 13 3T.
Philadelphia n SO
Brooklyn 5 It
Hootnii n it
Phllnni-lphla IN 24
I . (n. K 31 HI
JV lamia . t a-1. 1'
Washington ..S.1 SO
Boston 33 31
Chicag S 33
New York 2: 37
Cleveland 23 40
Indianapolis .i 24
lliiRiilo 15 It
Chicago 16 ?t
liHlunn.ro 32 2
Kansas City 31
Brooklyn 24 3:'
ft. I.outa J 40
Won. I. out.
Denver 40 27
St. Joseph 3H 2H
Sioux City 17
I. Mi. i. In 37 31
lfK Moines 3 31
Omiihu 2 3 7
Wichita 2 43
Tnpeka 25 41
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. ' II
. t. 3 7
Catua Cruvath'a balling average
liaa been melting. The eaira-haw
awalter haan't been auakmg 'em nw.i
a of )or theae latter da.
Ian't hair a dangeroiia
a fluh to Mia. T) t'ubb.
1100 Feet 3-in Select
fn It It!' hen hln, rt'guUr t7H.0l)
per thoiiMMiil; while It laata. 110. "0
per thousand. Kxc vllent for mla
aion furniture, etc.
Alao 3,000 fret 1-inch lunijor,
IK. (id per thouaand.
CITIZENS LUMBER CO.
4110 SoinUi MnimiiI hi.
7. L. GOBER
llua1iiM CiHxl (tpen-lallr.
I'hoM tit, P. O. Dug SS.
W bava a oomplat Una el Wall
t'apar and Palate. Can do your
work oa a ulnuta'g nollca.
C. E. QriKIU
tli B. ud M.
Chicngo Hill & Lumber Co.
General PUnlnj HiU
3rd and Uarquetta rtona 8
I LUHir?, & BUILDERS'
t Alt"it'.;rqse Lurattr Co. t
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CO., Wnta-SJn, R. C
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iiuinimtt. 7; 1'limi.urgh. . t'lrnt
I'lnilniiHtl. I; J'llUljuigh 0. K.x--
ft. l.onls. 6; ChliBKo, 0. Tiiat
lllrUHii, H; HI. I.OUll, 5. StV'ulll
AriM-rli an l-agur.
Chicago, 2; Kt. Ixmiis. 1.
Chicago, 3, .HI. l.ouU. I.
Ih.trolt. ; Clevclunil. I
Philadelphia at lloaton. 2.
Ctiiiinnatl al Chicago, 2.
rittalmrgh at Kt. I.ouIk
llriMiklyn at New York. 1.
Chicago at Detroit.
New Voik at Waahlngloil, 3.
Iloaton at Philadelphia, i.
Kt. I.oula at Cleveland.
No gamea echeduled.
BftTTLING DAflE IS
TO WORK OUT
Fight Fans Getting Properly
Excited Over Fistic Encoun
ter Scheduled to Happen
Whh Jack Torrea already In good
ehape. and the I lilt Ulna: Dune fa Hi
rounding Into foi in, the fane are
proimied a real buttle when theee
two boya n.eet In the Klka' theater
on the night or July 4. The unite
will work out at 1 o'clock tonluhl In
Ihe N. M. A. C. r iiiiiiuiii. Torrea
w oiked out thia afternoon a tut worke
ukuIii tonioiioM- niKht.
ue or the minor eventa on July 4
will l a bout between Young Ulv-
era of S.inUi Ke and I'alu) Kline f
AliMHUri'ue. Kline la being groom
ed for battle by Young Joe Hurra.
Tit U K 111 I 4. I IM l
I t HI SI'J.1.1) S:VI"AT
M. (I. Chadhoume. man.tgiT "'
Traction paik, la having the track
at Ihe park put In fimt-cUa ahape
for the motorcycle racri and other
gum. line event" In be pulled off on the
afternoon of Jul 4. The motorcycle
hoya ale prcpailug to put on a few
thriller for the large crowd expect
ed to a I lend.
Ilolh the holing ronteeta on the
night t.f tl.a Fourth and the motor
cycle racea on Ihe afternoon of that
day are being promoted by Mark
li y, director of the N. M. A. C.
NEW RULE BOOK FOR
AMATEUR ATHLETES OUT
Hpaldlng'l Official Athletic Ituica
and iifHnal liandhook of Ihe A ma
tetir Athletic I'nlon of thu I'liltod
State, la ntlhll-hed today. It con-
talna rev I bhI rulea of Ihe A. A. I', to
data. Including thoee for leeclt and
field aporta, gymnaallca. awitiiming
diving, boimg, wreeiling, wilier p'.lo,
lug of war, ateeple i haali g, relay
racing, throwing the Javdn. ete. Tha
book will he aent to any addres in
the I'nlted Ktatea or Camilla, pont
paid, by the puhlUhera, Aiiierirjn
f porta I'ub. Co.. 21 Warren St.. New
York City, on receipt of ten
It look Barney Dreyfuta a long
time to wake up to tha fact tha
Marty O'Tool atin't worth Il.SO'i
peaoa. even nuotlnf Ijidlea' Iloma
Journal advert Ixliig rate.
lull I Gil
GLUO TO CLAIM
Best Team in Oilmore'i League
Will Challenge World's
Champions; Ty Cobb Holds
ihy ltMHl Vlr iu ErtHiliiv nrall.)
ChiCHfu, June it. Kouia Huiu of
the KtUeml Imiui will ilaim '.4
wurl.l i i hitniioiihlili thm lull.
lht ainouiKfineiit, In elfuri.
manatvd today from Hi office of
Jumna lilliiiurc, irilJint of tha
lau. II lUiril iliHl th wlnimr
or Ihn ppiinunt In hi oraunlaalioti
will liullfii tht Hlmipr of ilia
world a a-rlra liivn the Natloiiul
and AnivrliMii Ivaguea. If thm la not
airi'lvd anil It Mill not bo the
a Inning rVdtTHl Iraniua cluu and
Ik um of atara from the remaining
teuina m ill pluy anil tho orld a inniii-
I'ionnlilp bv claliiU'd by the vlitor.
Thf r'ptirrnl IvuKUe bant-a Ita claim
to major Iraguv lulibir on ne-
(jii'-r and publn rn ognlili.n "
Tho Nutlonul imd Anifrlrun Irusues,
hottvvrr, ale t. rt ia-n to tli liaiiuliul
agrt'i'iiirnl anil arc haired from con
tratina; mill i-iallvd outlaw leaguea
audi uh Ilia rVdrrul.
COIHl tUltTH UITII
1 1 l4 lt L l'ltl-llKNT
lluffulii, Jui, tv Ty fohb of tha
Uetrolt AliiTlin bHHebull ten in and
lTebldi'M tlllinore of the Federal
Ua4Ue arrived litre toduy and hrbl
a confrreni-e thia afternoon. Not-
itlKtnndlna nutneroua dt-nlaln. it
wna ieiorted the Hciroil I'lux-r
considering an offrr to jump to the
I'rrMlilenl ililmore. after the con-
fereiir. aald that liHelal In Kent-nil
Wna dliKUMtrd and that the call wn
entirely a nocIhI one. lle.donled that
any udtauva had been made to Coon
relutle lo JoiniriK the Federal league
and aald the aubjvet not ruined.
CLQVIS BLANKED BY
. R. E. Pitcher in Great Form
Teammates Belt Weleit at
Timely Junctures and Cinch
Invincible pltchiug and limely Hit
ting figured in the victory of the
It. K. nine over the hitherto unbeat
en CloWa nine yenterday. Tha aoore
waa i to 0.
Hartllne slew nineteen of the
emy at the plate, me eignt otner
oula were amartly executed by hla
Irammutca Three hit a were all the
vinitor could garner.
Weielt, of Clotia, pitched a atrong
game, but Inta canio when tmy were
niimt dixantroua. He fanned an even
uoaen batters, but allowed seven eafe
t). It. K.
All. It If I1" A.
Jeffrie, 2b . .
Hartllne, p . .
Itimutlea, 3b .
'urn, rf . . . .
Itudulph. If 4
Total 34 i 7
CIIYIS All. It. II
For be, 2 b
f'oprien, c . .
Chne. as .
Cramer, cf . .
Crawford, rf .
1 1 rim n. 2b
Totals . . . .
t 24 2
".ore by lining:
n. n. e on 030 i
Clovla lino 000 Olio
nummary Twu-buae hits: Jeffries
Hartllne. Mrown. Stolen bases: Hro n
Coen. Halasar, Chaves (2. Sacrifice
hlta: Mntiiiurru. ttonsalea. Hlruck
out: Ity Hartllne. II: by Welcil. 12
llasea on ball: Iff -Well-It. i. l.-'H
on basea: It F , ; C'lnvi. 7
UP AGAIN TONIGHT
The Pnatornca and H.hllta teama
will meet toniglit at the Drummer al-
leva In) the oiienilig ganie oi the new
Duckplii league achedule. The teams
in tha reorganized league are more
evenly balanced than in I ha old or
ganisation and sustained intere'
ihriiuihniii ihn leaaue e:l.'on Is el-
Says one expert: "Take him fur
his hilling, base running, throwing
and ground ro?ring. and tleorge
Hums is pietty nearly the best out
fielder in th National league."
It is said thai three of the Clncin
nail ftrda batted out of order In una
tama of their Pittsburgh series, and
thai Ihe pirates have not discovered
Iileat percentages say that the
Pravsa are last In stolen bases with
only II. Maybe, that's una reason
LII1I11G 'ELI OUT
II. la hard lo ai-.tiafy ..me iiroiila.
Here' bill Hert I rlamorma for war
alih Mealro, Kngland and Japan, and
the Fed a hata been operating for
The membert of the I nheroliy f
Uafihlnglon crew who Iraxeled ea.4t !
in lae oart In m inter-c oiiealuta re
galia on the lludaon rlter, avrragv
ant feet In helcht and 17r. nounda n
weight. The feature of ihelr train-'
Ing ramp la the ahaeme of harati
worda from the trainer.
The way to Iraln a fiot-l7.-
pound erew la to feed 'em aponxa !
cake and walk eoftly. I
Now rumen ttan Johnaon with a,
fool atalemcnt lo the effect that he
craven lo know the nnnien of playera !
intending to Jump to the Federal ,
league, an he ' an rid the gatno of.
Or It may be perchnnrp It may
that Johnaon doean't know Proa
Mnmllr.K. (lenrge Kahler, King t'ole!
and Karl liainiiion Juuipnl, and thrrej
uf them are working right now in the
American lenatie, and that not only
acre they taken buck but that every
. ii ... ..- innii ..i viinvu loeni jliltJ
Where Mumana' deacrtlon of Cin
cinnati hurt wan not alone In lorn of
hi playing ability, but In Ifj of
trading material. The awirt Cuban
might hav been ao grouchy and un
manageable that hla uecfulncaa to the
Ileda gone, hut Herir could
hae uxe.l him to advantage in aecur-
Ig another finmhed athlete.
Tteporla aay that Heinle Zimmer
man got Into a fight with Mating. t
Hank O'Uay ahortly after he marrie I.
Well, a married man ban got to fight I
with aomubody when hia Wife ian't
around. In order to feel natural.
There la at leant one really greit
hitter who han not been able lo make
the grail., agalnet Ihe pitching he haa'
faced. Trla Kpeaaer of the Ited Hx j
I"''' ""d T' '"I-' ""'""'.tie pastime lo let alone.
the 20 who hit between .370 and .lot),
Thia liat In II -elf la a natter of fa
mous name. Not including pitcher.
inch hitter, and auttfttitotea It he
al n with Milan, of Washington, and
tnda with Duffy Lwl of Jlmtnn, anil
haa In It Harry, lildrlng, Htrunk and
Fchang of tho Athletics. Foster and
landil of Washington, John CoIhok
and Hal Chaae uf Chicago, Kavanugh
and Hume of Detroit, and Hiiotton,
of tit. Loula.
eary and Pratt, of SI. Ixmia, now-
regarded aa dangerous hitters, have
not even made the .270 mark. Mur
by. of Ihn Mackmnn, Veach. and
Duhuc. of Detroit, and Mueller utul
Hbanka, of Washington, every man a
real butter, have not coma close to
270 aa yet.
The fact Is being Impressed daily
on Ilrooklyn fans that the DmUcrs
gut anything but the better uf the
deal which aent llerbie Moran and
fcJarl Tingling to the Iteda and
brought Dick F.gan to Fbbets field. 1
Brooklyn received IS. 000 for Moran
and ingtir.g. but In exercising th-ir'
option on F.gan, F.hbets and the Mi-
Keevers had to part with ti.oou. Thu
left a balance of ll.ooo in favor ol
the Ilrooklyn club, but then it mini
be remembered that it cost a goodly j
sum to prevent Ihe Fed from g.-tll-in
F.gan In Ihe bidding that marked '"e
return of Ihe world tourhtta. Taking .
almi into account the salary h In re-1
eli Ing and it will he seen that It put.
lultn a crimp In the bank roll to v -
uuire Ihe service of F.gati. H it. ,
worst of all, Kgan has been no hol-'
Ing success aa a short fielder. Nor ;
haa hi butting come up to the mark, i
Hilly Punday says he la keenly In- I
terested In the plan to provide a ho ne
fur old ball players. Hill's idea ia
probably tq prepare a mansion In the!
Waller Johnson aay hia compar-1
atively poor showing this ear is.
pre 1)1 v due In a change in htn
Pitching motion which he has inad- j
verlently aiUtrel. Haa the Wash
Inglon mariel: "I have been told '.J
many player, both on my own team
and thone of others, that I am not
pitching as I unrd to. and 1 guenn
there In something In that. Jnnt
about a year aao, you will rem.'inoer.
I pin tied against Fslkenherg and w i
hit nnununlly hard, though I fell line,
and thought I had all my aluff. Af-
li iliat game Fnlkeiiberg tame '
Hie and aald that ha knew what wa
the matter with me. and I begged him
tell me. He aald that I waa work-
ing more like an overnanneu piu-nn
than I ever had before and that I di'l
not haie aa much speed, nor tne
Jump on the ball, that I used to lime.
changed my style (here inii then,
and went along fine. Thia spring 1
parenlly have licen doing the samei
thing and I am going to watch my
self." "There la nothing wrong with rov
arm or my health." says Johnson. '1
am In perfect condition, but I guess
I have been making a mistake In not
using Ihe same motion I used to
Heretofore I have been able, lo put
my fast hall over th center of the
Plate, and It was seldom touched u
the butter, but of late 1 have not been
able to pilch pnt many of Ihem. lor
they have met the hall and freiiucniiy
hit It hard. I ahall start right In now
lu acipuro my old motion, and I am
sura that my work will show a ma
Licking Waller Johnson seem to
be one uf tha earnest thing a bail
club has to do thesa day.
Th Feds may arab off Charley
Hrrxoa'a entile hall dull, but hell
have I he bat haf out there making a
nole like a regular battle, whatever
Granllund Rue frowns harshly on
Ihe contract Juniper. Rays the usual
ly urban and sprightly tJSrant- Ev
er jr ronttacl Jumper l a memo' 'o
CENTRAL V V
wclcher and u crook at heart. Afl'-r
taking money ctooUedly in one direc
tion, throwing a game for a certain
stipend would he an easy second sic".
The game han no plate for luch an
actor, whatever the league he din
graces. A rvnerie ilaUMc is neither
legal nor binding. but Jumping a
air.ned contract I another matter.
In certain canes ball player are
now defying dlHiipline through
threat lo Jump unlens allowed to
travel aa they pleaae, A player of
this type In another blow al the game
and should be burred from further
competition. All in ill. It's getting to
... u crt.ni liiiln nnntinii -a areat lit-
These are halcyon, not to say gold
en, days for the hall player. They
are reaping Ihe kale. A good pari
.of It I denrrnd. A Rood part of
I it la not. It fine and dandy now,
,, those who are plannlna to take
up baseball aa a profession about
three or four yeara from now are
warned to switch and get a better
Paving Job at about $1.75 per Hall
, players how are. through league rlv-
airy, getting more money than th-
turnstiles are taking In. You have
one miens as lo what will happen
when the magnates all Mel together
again and decide that dropping I
Olio or 1 100, nun g year la poor busi
nessand bum sport.
Ilaseball players who like to st ty
Is essential in every
household practice it by
coming here for your
Just received the early
Fall styles of Forbu.h
and Snow Shoes. Watch
for them this week.
The Live Clothier
it ' n
tPI-l A PI
All iaTal JLa&l H CENTRAL
I mil Ii.Im ri.n ,-,,oililim hiiMl.ii.m. i!il
pleHHiiie l.y elu:'raliliK 'to Alanka.
Two local nines played a game ul
inhlniahl at Fairbanks hint week. A
I I fl'i.".! oil at'.-i mini. niii.i-p.ru (iir
i content. It waa the opening event ol
Ihn Festival of the Midnight fun. fea
ture of whhh were a carniwtl nnd
parade and general inert) making.
We should aay offhand Hint uboul
Ihe only way Waller Johnson inn
Improve hia old style of pitching la
to keep on hitting home runs.
Tlio Fed made strenuous effort
to capture King Cole last winter. J lu t
that waa last winter.
The Fed magnates are so huny
with Inwniilln that they haven't time
to get their men down lo playing hall.
HI. I.ouls Times has discovered why
Joe Cnntlllon Is interented in , bins to
build a home for aged bull players.
H wants a place where ho can gel
recruits for his leant.
Clni liinall n interest in the t'J."..0i
fund lo he paid Charles Iferxog on deliver)-
of a pennant is flagging. If
t xin.it xi.w m.u:mknt
WHITE E-LELPH ANT BAR
OM.Y NK HKI It ON DK.M'l.HT
Mcw-th. W. . t.alne It Co. 'a Old ( row WliNkcy and HormllaKe It)
n-giiliii'ly mtv ol. All otlH'r IiwiIIiik bramU mi call. tx-ial aTvlcn ou
all blir'i i lua drink.
Rent an Electric Fan for Si
A Month and be Comfortable
For the Sleeping Hours
Willi a O-E elertric fun in your room, you rnn
le sure of a cooling l.rfcze throuliout the
wannest niRht. From tlie tnonicnt of retiring '
until sun-up ont o more, the nir in yo-r room j
is always stirring always alive, f
are practical, inexcnsive and cost little to
cerate. We have varioas sirs and styles,
adjustable to any angle or oscillating. It
us show you a style to lit your conditions.
ALBUQUERQUE GAS. ELECTRIC f
LIGHT & POWER COMPANY.
IM 121 WEST
the lied Irme a few mora game lha
lied fans will kick Hu k pl.-iura
around th, bier stubes. and yell Tjr
th axe. It wna ever thu In Cin
cinnati. "I aay let them Jump, so a in iy
know who they ar and rid the sport
of men who ure In Ihe gam for
purely mercenary reasons." Han II.
"Chun (who Jumped) will b4
stopped from playing for auy club
other than 'li While rlox." Churlea
The First Chief seem to be BllKhe
iy out of accord with hia generals.
Wanbingion ia good returns
from Waller Johnson. It -ta an
nounced In ."undnya papers that
Johnson would pitch, and although
'he went her wna miserable, 13,107
I eraona paid to ace the alar perforin.
He repaid them.
There Isn't a more dungeroua pinch
hitter in Ihe country than Chief
Myers, and few can drive tho ball
with more force.
further than; green
tea tud much more
i 3. W TAYMilt, Maimgi-r
: .B-v- !
i iir w-. I--F7T.. i
Iut) lirokrtt 8re VDJl.
why ihty'ra also last In th raca.
tha asm. A contract Jumper I a
1 1.1 Kbitia (Ire ttre4