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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 8,1911.
SPORTS MING OF THE TEAMS W. L. Pet 15 B .760 12 6 .667 12 6 .667 It 9 .650 7 8 .429 7 14 .333 4 11 -267 , 5 14 .263 btiia r, ... atl W. L. Pet. 19 2 .904 9 8 .529 10 .626 9 9 .600 9 9 .600 8 10 .444 8 13 .381 4 16 .200 rk ,-lphla kigton . nd .. tuis .. Western Lea pie. W. C L. 3 4 6 6 8 10 14 Pet. .800 .667 .638 .638 .600 .500 .286 .067 ines here They Play Today. National League. ,Kln at Philadelphia. Tork at Boston. American League. eland at St. Louis. kadelphla at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE Inclnnatl, 8; Pittsburg, 4. innatl. May 7. Cincinnati de Pittsburir toduy, 8 to 4. Lel- ka relieved In the eighth by In who nave a base on balls as hit for four consecutive safe Suggs was wild early In the !e but was relieved In the eighth iw McLean to bat for him. to k. ii. a rg 103 000 0004 5 t Inatl ....000 020 06 8 14 ( fries; Lelfleld, Camnlts and i; Suggs, Gaspar and Clarke. St. Louis, 6; Chicago, B. ago, May 7. In a hard fought )I ten Innings St. Louis defeat ago toduy, 6 to 5. Satire was Be form until the Lout Inning the locals gathered three hits llirmon was sent In to pitch. He U ,L! . . uucsgo sareiy. 'e- R. H. E, ill ....001 100 010 36 13 4 o 100 101 000 26 6 J lerlei: Bailee, Harmon and lahan; Richie and Archer. AMERICAN LEAGUE fWclawl, 6; St, Louis, 2. Uuis, May 7. With the basts the twelfth Inning Jackson hit Unto left field for a home run, -nd winning, 6 to 2. R. II. E. Md 000 011 0000 0046 11 1 nil.. 001 001 000 0002 9 1 i1n: Ingling and Land; Pow i Clarke. Detroit, 5; Chicago, 4. fago, May 7. Detroit defeated w S to 4 In ten Innings today be- a crowd said to be the largest her witnessed a game at Amerl- ague park. Johns won the game e tenth Inning when he hit to ' for three bases and scored on Ingle to right. r- R. H. E. .300 000 010 1 5 10 2 : 200 020 000 0- -4 10 4 ftwles: Llvelv and Strange; the stationary enalne ne is thoroughly assured me pfflpfe Oil Engine emember it has no car- w; no sparkplugs ltJ no batteries. F full Particulars rail nr Press The Simple Oil Engine Co. of New Mexico . 8.1-36 11... , ,. rm, Alhuqum,ll0) N M 1 0 White and Sullivan. WESTERN LEAGUE Wichita, ; Lincoln, J. Wichita Kan., May. 7. Applegute gave twelve bases op balls and made a wild pitch today, giving Wichita the game. 6 to 3. Score K. H. E. Wichita 400 002 00 8 6 1 Lincoln 100 020 000 3 4 Bntteries: Jarnigan and Shaw; Ap plegate and Stratton. St. Joseph, 2; Omaha, 1. St. Joseph, May 7. Although four errors were made behind him Kauf man beat Omaha here this afternoon on four hits, holding his opponents to an equal number. He was Invincible In the pinches. Melnke's tripte scor ed St. Joseph's runs. Score R. H. E. Omaha 000 000 0101 4 S St. Joseph ....000 200 00 2 4 4 Batteries: Rhodes, Lets and Qond- Ing; Kaufman and Gossett. Topeka, 7; Denver, 8. Denver, May 7. A batting rally In the eighth and ninth innings won to day's game for Topeka by, a score of i to e. Score R. H. E, Topeka 110 000 620 7 15 2 Denver 010 202 1008 11 3 Batteries: McGrath, Fugate and Frambes; Ehman, Harris and McMur ray. Sioux (lty 10; Dos Moines 4. Sioux City, May 7. Sioux City eas lly won he second game of th series from Dps Moines today, 10 to 4, VIskocil was hit hard by the visitors, but Fred Miller, who succeeded him In the fourth, was effective. Both Owens and McKee were wild and were hit opportunely. Score: R. H. E Des Moines ..010 300 000 4 7 4 Sioux City ...041 030 02x 10 9 J Batteries: McKee, Owens and Lynch; VIskocil, F. Miller and M Miller. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee: ledo, 2. At Minneapolis Louisville, 5. Milwaukee, 4; To- Mlnneapolls, 3; At St Paul: St. Paul, 0; Columbus 2. At Kansas City: Kansas City, Indianapolis, 11, 1: COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco Morning game: Score R. H. E, Sacramento ,...t.x..t 13 Oakland- 2 4 4 Batteries: Zamlock and Thomas; Christian, Knight and Tiedman. Afternoon game Score R. IT. E. Sacramento 4 8 1 Oakland 8 11 1 Batteries: Thompson, Nourse, Tho mas and La Longe; Pernoll and Peary. At Vernon First game: Score R. H. E. Los Angeles 4 9 2 San Francisco 5 10 2 Batteries: Thorsen, Wheoler and Grindle; Melkle and Berry. At Log Angeles Second game: Score R. H. E. Los Angele( 5 7 6 Snn Francisco 13 17 2 Batteries: Schafer, Wheeler, Klein and Abbott; Sutor and Berry. At Portland: Score R. II. E. Vernon 4 10 1 Portland 3 8 2 Batteries: Breckenrldge and Brown; Senton and Murray. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At New Orleans: New Orleans, 4; Montgomery, 6. At Mobile:' Mobile, 1; Birmingham, 6. At Memphis: Memphis, 5; Nash ville, 3. In (tie Wake of the Measles. The little son of Mrs. O. B. Palmer, Little Rock, Ark., had the measles. The result wag a severe cough which grew worse and he could not sleep. She says: ''One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound completely cured him and he has never been bothered since." 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The pain left my back, my kidney action cleared up. ahd I am so much better I do not hesitate to recommend Foley Kidney Remedy." For sale by O'Reilly A Co. Foley Kidney Pills are a true medi cine. They are healing, strengthen ing, nntiseptlc and tonic. They set quickly. For sule by OTtelUy ft Co. GRAYS VICTORIOUS HAD T STRUGGLE BASEBALL SEASON OPENS UNDER BRIGHT AUSPICES Dan Padilla's Celebrated War riors Dispose of Santa Fe to Tune of 9 to 5 Before Good Crowd, The official baseball season opened In this city yesterday with a victory for the home team. The trl-colored bunch from the Capital City Invaded tne Home or the Grays and were driven home In defeat by a score of 9 to 5. At no time was there the slightest doubt as to the outcome, ub the home boys obtained a safe lead In the first inning and kept It until the end. The whole thing was pulled off as per schedule, except that his honor, Mayor Elder was not able to be pres ent. His place was, however, taken by Judge Mann, who supported by Judge Craig ana Hon. Isaac Barth, president of the State Fair associa tion, opened the proceedings in good style. The afternoon opened with a cruel, cold wind, blowing In nasty gusts across the diamond, but this soon settled down, the sun came out, and an Ideal baseball afternoon prevailed. There was a good sized crowd both In the grandstand and the bleachers to watch the start of the Grays for the year, although the knockers were on hand also In numbers, and noth ing in the shape of good plays the local boy could do, met their appro bation. Every man on the home team was the object of censure to this bunch of crass dlsposltioned bound ers, who seem to fail to understand that home support Is necessary for a successful home team. Weeks was pitching In hardly the form he ought to show, considering what he can do, but his sensational fielding and excellent stick work easily shaped events so that he won his own game. The base running of Allen was also one of the features of the game, this game youngbter, al though crippled from an eleven in ning game the day before, scored three out of the total number of runs made by the locals. Patterson's work with the stick was also good, both he and Allen getting three hits out of four times up. The weak spot In the fielding was, however at short, Sal Rzar having an off dny, and by his fumbling of grounders, counted for four of the locals' errors. The reputed phenom in Frye, the pitcher of Pittsburg, who started out for Santa Fe, exploded before the first 'inning of the game had been going ten minutes. In all he made ten deliveries, filling the bases. Or these he struck the first two men up in five throws, and missed the easy grounder Salazar put to him on the tenth delivery. This was enough for him, and Captain Clancy took him out forthwith, putting in Lopez, off whom the Grays made seven of the total number of runs, and all the hits. For the visitors, Albert Clancy wis there with bells, getting three hits out of 'five times at bat, one run, and one stolen base. With Clancy in good shape, his ankle is yet weak from the late accident to it, the Santa Fe team has an inflelder better than anything in this part of the territory. It Is to be regretted that the visitors have not more men like him on the team. The Santa Fe team is a motley ag gregation, numbering among its mem bers Whites, Browns and Blucks. Three sons of Ham were In the game from the beginning, while the rest of the team was made up of Americans and New Mexicans. The work of the umpires, Snap per Hale, on balls and strikes, and G. K. LIddle on bases was also a pleasing feature of the event. There was little or no friction, the decisions came quick, and final, and they were fairness in action. With such umpir ing as was exhibited yesterday, no team need fear a square deal, as the winning team will prevail strictly on the merit shown and not on any slick or tricky work. On the whole, the occasion was successful from start to finish. The game although not as fast as the games will be later in the season, was most satisfactory, and the crowds departed with feelings of pleasure at the exhibition. In the main the hitting was some' what heavy, it was clean hitting how ever, end what errors were made wera very few of them costly to eith er Bide. The Tale of the Trouble, Santa Fe won the toss and c,hose to bat first. It took Just four deliver les to settle D. Anderson, three more to fix Klock, but Frye found It and reached first on Salnzar's muff of the grounder. Clancy next up, drove a hot one Into right field for two bases, and Frye who had stolen sec ond, scored. The other Anderson tL.) struck out. One run. Frye went Into the box for tho vis Itors and proceeded to hit Kuns, flrBt up, with the third ball pitched, and he took first. The next ball he threw hit Hidalgo and Kuns went to socond Salnsar knocked an easy one to Frye, who muffed It and the bases were full. At this point Captain Clancy took Frye out, put Lopes In, Frye taking Klock's place in center, Klock going to right, nnd Gaastre retiring. Allen was out on a fly to deep left which Anderson took in. Kuns went out. Par sons to Alarld, trying to steal home. Weeks reached first on a fielder's choice on which Hidalgo scored. Pat terson hit one on the nose Into deep right for two bases, and Salazar and Weeks crossed the plate. DeBlassI squeezed to first on a shortstop's fumble, and Patterson went to third. De Blassl then stole second, nnd Pat. torson wa tagged out by I). Anderson trying to get home. Score 3 runs. Second Inning. Santa Fe. Eckberg up, flew on easy out to Allen, Alarld reached first on a short ' scratch to S.ilaar. who fumbled it, Parsons flew out to left field, but Lo pes reached first on a short hit to center, while Alarld moved up one nd stole third, and Weeks tagged Alarld coming home. No runs. Albuquerque Burns went out on a pop-up to Pitcher Lopes, iouiib Weeks got hit on the im. "d rc..-( ed first, and was out trying to steal second tasy. Kuns went out on a grounder to short. No runs. Third lulling. Santa Fe Anderson again struck out. as did Kock, Foe Put a iex leaguer over first, and Clancy went out with an easy fly to Burns at sec ond. No runs. Albuquerque Hidalgo struck out, Salazar did the same, and Allen put the ball straight up out of sight, and stood on first base and watched the opposing catcher, pitcher, first base and shortstop and Clancy, gather round and see the ball come down amidst the hoots of the grandstand. ar' error, stole third and scored Weeks banged a beaut deep into left field for two bases, Allen scoring on the hit. Patterson got his second hit of the game over first. Weeks scoring. Ilei'.lassl at the bat slaved there Ions enough for Pat to steal second, and then filed out with a gentle little knock into left field. Two runs. Fourth Inning. Santa Fe The second Anderson went out w 1th a foul fly over by first, Eckberg reached first on a short hit to rluht field; took second on haia sons knocked one Into deep left tor on Alarid's hit to Bhort center. Par sons knocked one Into deep left fof two bases, and Alarld by fine 1)ae running scored on the hit. Lopes up was out on a fly to left. Two runs. Albuquerque Burns fanned three times; Young Weeks went out on a flv to third baseman, and Kuns lot lowed suit with another to Kock In right field. No runs. Fifth Innings, Santa Fe Kock slammed one at Weeks, who stopped It quickly and threw him out at first. Frye put the ball Into the air and DeBlassl was on hand when it came down. Clancy got his second hit, this time to short cen ter, took second on Balazar's fumble of L. Anderson's grounder, and stretch ed It to third nicely, although H made him puff some to run so far; Anderson stole second and both died on Eckbcrg's pop-up to Allen.- No runs. Albuquerque Hidalgo pulled' one over to third and was thrown out at first' Salazar went out on a grounder to first; Allen up hit one Into short center, and scored on Rubes double in the same 'direction. Allen's base running here m fine. Patterson up, put one over second hase and Rubs stretched himself Into a wore. With DeBlassl up,. Patterson stole seconu, and died, catcher to third,, trying to stretch the steal. Two runs. Sixth Innings, Santa Fe Alurld was . out with a hole In his.ba't. Parsons put one over third too high' for Allen to reach and was forced out on Lopes' hit to short, Looez taking first on the fielder's choice. He wont to second on Sala sar's wild throw to first, but was put out a minute later by Allen who grab bed D, Anderson's grounder and tag ged him on the spot. No score. Albuquerque DeBlassl up, put a grass-cutter to third and was safe on the Initial sack on the fumble and short throw. Burns couldn't find the ball, neither could Young Weeks ,anrt Kuns went out on a foul catch. No runs. Seventh liming. Santa Fe Kock struck out. Frye was given the honor of the first and only pass Issued by Rube during the session. Clancy got another hit over In right field, Frye taking two bases to be generous. Clancy stole second, got to third on a passed ball on which Frye scored, and scored on the throw In of L. Anderson's long fly to cen ter, which Kuns brought- down In good shape. Eckberg hit over second base, but got no farther, as Alarld, next up, was out on another fly to Kunz. Two runs. Albuquerque Hidalgo was out on tt long fly to right, and Salazar on a sharp grounder to short who threw him out handily. Allen was safe at the first station on a hit to left field. Rube up, slammed a high fly Into left which D. Anderson dropped, Allen scoring and Rube retting to second on the error. Patterson struck out for the first time. One run. Eighth Innings. Santa Fe Parsons up, put a scorch Ing hot grounder eight feet, to the left of Rube, who stopped It In a most sensational manner, and coolly threw the runner out at first. To make this play Rube had to fall his whole length on the ground and stretch out his hand to reach the ball, but It died there. Lopes and D. Anderson struck out. No runs. Albuquerque DeBlassl walked on the first bit of free transportation given by Lopes. Burns up, flew out to third. Meanwhile DeBlassl stole second, and scored on Young Weeks' two bagger to left. The youngster moved up to third on Kunz' short hit to center, but died there as Hldnlgo and Salazar were out on pop flies to short and third respectively. The fact that Kuns stole second In this frame didn't count for much as he died there. No runs. , Ninth Inning. Banta Fe Kock went out on a hot one to Rube Weeks. Frye was out on a muffed strike which Young Weeks recovered and threw to first and Clancy was out, second to first, on a hot tap. No runs. Tlie Sfre: Santa Fe AH. R. IB .PO.A. E. Anderson, D., If . . 5 0 0 0 0 t Kock, cf and rf. . . 5 0 0 1 0 2 Frye, p. and cf . . . 5 2 1 1 1 2 Clancy 2h .......5 1 3 1 1 0 Anderson (L) 31)., . .4 0 1 6 0 1 Eckberg. lb 4 1 2 4 1 1 Alarld ss 4 1 1 1 3 t Parson, c, 4 0 2 7 1 1 Lopez p 4 0 1 1 1 1 Total 40 C 1 1 24 8 8 Alhuquerquo AH. R. in. PO. A. E. Kunz, cf., 4 0 1 2 0 0 Hidalgo, rf., 4 1 0 n 0 0 Hulazar, ss 6 1 0 1 0 4 Allen, 31 4 1 3 2 1 2 Weeks, R. 4 I Si 2 I 0 ratnrsm, lb 4 3 0 2 0 2 1 10 10 24 0 0 0 lVHlawie, 11 4 Burn, 2b. 4 Weeks, tV) c, .... 4 Totals 37 s Summary. Two base hits Santa Fe: Clancy, Parson; Albuquerque: Patterson, Rube Weeks (2), Young Weeks. Hase on balls tiff topes, 1: off Weeks, 1. Struck out By Lopez, 6; by Weeks, Passed balls Young Weeks, 1. Hit by pitcher Kunx, Hidalgo, by Frye; Y. Weeks by Lopes. Stolen bases By Santa Fo (5), Frye, Clan cy, L. Anderson, Eckberg, Alurld. By Albuquerque (7), Kuns, Allen, Pat terson (2), Da Blassle (2). Eleven Innings. I'mpires Snapper Hale and G. K. LIddle. Scorer H. S. Clancy. Time of game Two hours. Exciting Series of Events Be tween Athletes of Two Societies of New Mexico Nor mal School. ISlwIol Corraopondvnce to Morning Juarnal) Silver City, N. M., May 7. In tho presence of a large crowd the annual field day exercises of the New Mexico Normal school were held at the Nor mal Athletic Field on the afternon of Friday, May 5. Those contests are held annually and are a part of a series of contests both athletic and library, for a beauti ful silver trophy cup donated by the Chamber of Commerce of Silver City, licsults. In the pole vault first place was won by Albert Gardiner of the Lyceum Society; second place going to Phillip Eortlete and John Pennerslll. Highest jump 8 fuet 6 inches. Louise Crawford won first In the "5 yard dush for the Literati; Martha White second; Frances Klrkpatrick, third. Albert Gardiner got first in the 100 yard dash for boys, for the Lyceum; Phillip Bartlett second; J. 13. Guntcr third. In the basket bull throw Uilian Larson won first, throwing the ball 67 feet, 3 Inches, Leona Walton second; Florence Klrkpatrick third. Tho running high Jump was won by John Gardiner, Albert Gardiner sec ond. All the points In this event go ing to the Lyceum. Elho Boone won the first put for the Literati throwing the ball 32 feet 6 inches. The egg race for girls was won by Louise Crawford, Leona Walton, sec ond, Carolyn Heals third. The running broad jump was won by Albert Gardiner, best Jump 17, feet, The 50 yard dash for girls went to the Literati with Louise Crawford l the lead, Martha White second, Flor ence Klrkpatrick third. Albert Gardiner won the 120 yard hurdle, tlbe 17 4-5 seconds. The Lyceum took both the relay races. Basket Hull. At the Armory next Monday night the contest games In basket ball will be played off, between the two Liter ary Societies at the Normal school, CANADIAN RUNNER WINS SWEEPSTAKES New York, May 7. Over the quar ter mile cinder track at Celtic park todoy William Queal of Alexandria Bay, Canada, ran away from a field of six competitors and won the prof essional fifteen mile sweepstakes In 1:20:52 3-5. 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Belen had strengthened her team since the game here with four new men, the pitcher and Infield showing up A No. 1 fashion. Then the apprentices were short their reg ular catcher "havi, who was de tained homo by the untimely death of his brother on Friday nlsht, but Captain Green, behind the bat, played a good game. The apprentices put up a good game, but it was not their day lo win. Hartlliie for the Apps was the bright star of the works, striking out nine men, and getting two two-base hits, two singles and a sacrifice In five times up. The opposing pitcher only struck out six men. Arter, for Belen, secured a home run In the eighth, being followed by Cole, the first baseman, who dupli cated the trick. For the Apps, Behm at short, Howland nt second and Oon sales at third, proved an excellent Infield, playing errorless ball. Wroth In the outfield also deserves mention for his good work, being also good nt bat. 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Jackry Clurko of Australia, defeated ivi Luwson of Suit Luke City In a half miln mutch which was n feature of the bicycle races at the Veladroine to day. Clarke won in two straight heal Time, 1:22 and 1:18. Summaries: One milo professional handicap: Won by Lloyd Thomas, San Francisco, 70 yards; second, Floyd Krebs, Suit Uike City, 45 yards. Tlmu, 1:35 2-5. Two mile Invitation (prufeMMlonal): Won by Jumbo Wells, New Zealand ; second, Menu's lleclcll, l.ynbroolt, L. I.j third, W. L. Mitten, Duvetiport, la. Time, 4:23 4-6. Three milo professional open: Won by Frank Kramer, East Orange; sec ond, Joseph Fogler, Brooklyn; third, P. O. Hfhlr, Australia, Time, 5:50. Five mile, motor paced, (profession, al): Won by George Wylle, Syracuse; second, Hay Duel, Los Alludes. Two entrants. Time, 7:17, Old Town llrowim Defeat Central-.. 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