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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1911.
SPORTS STANDING OF THE TEAMS. Nilloual League, Won Lost. Pet. .817 .606 .5kk .553 .583 .460 .38j .24 American Iaeue. Won. Lost. pvt. Philadelphia Detroit 72 Fotoi 59 New York 60 Oh it a go 5 tieveland 58 Washington 50 St. Louis 3 T 4S 68 5 r,s 59 s 80 Western league. Won. Lost. 81 43 H 55 IV. .651 .553 .515 .319 .500 .472 .328 Denver . . . Pueblo . . . Lincoln . . St. Josrpli (imaha . . 68 54 64 61 65 61 Siuux city 5S Topeka 46 l)es Moines 40 Where They Play Today. Nuliouul League. No games scheduled. American League. Boston at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE. (tili-ago Divides Double Header. ' Brooklyn, X. Y., Aug. 26. Brook lyn and Chicago divided a double header today. Both games were closely fought. The locals took the first by batting Smith hard In two in nings, although , a dropped ball by Archer at the plate Was directly re sponsible ,i for the winning tallies. Schardt and Cole had a pitcher's duel In the second. H. Zimmerman of Chicago scored the winning run In the ninth on a pass, a sacrifice and two game. Score R. IT. E. Chicago 010 000 0102 6 3 Brooklyn 200 000 20 4 11 0 Batteries Richter and Archer; Kneteher artd Krwln. Second game. Score: K. H. E. Chicago 200 000 Of! 1 3 6 0 Urooklyn 001 010 0002 9 1 Uatteries Leliind ami Oraliam; Schnidt and Krwln. New York ; Pittsburg, 2. New York, Aug. 26. New York in creased Its lead by defeating Pitts burg' in the lust game of the series, while Chicago was dividing a double header with Brooklyn. Cumnitz and Muthewson, the defeated pitchers In Thursday's double header were sent te lace each otlu r. Thoug.i Mathewson was hit hard, he was effective In every inning but the eighth when Pittsburg scored two runs on singles by Bryne and Clark and Wilson's double. score: R. II. E. PlttsbnrK 000 000 0202 9 7 New York ....101 102 02 6 1 1 0 Batteries Ca ninths, Lelfleld and Oitjson; Mathewson and Meyers. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Plladelpbla. : ClmimiHll, I. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 26. Phila delphia stored three runs off Fromme in the first two innings defeating; Cin cinnati. Score: K. H. E. Clneinnati 100 000 000 I 5 1 Philadelphia ..210 000 00 3 7 0 'Butteries Fromme, Keefe, Suggs and Clarke, McLean; Stuck nd Silencer. Even Break at Iioston. Boston, Mass., Aug. 26. St. Louis and Boston broke even In today's double header, St. Louis taking the ltrst and Boston, with -','Oy" Young pitching in his old form, struck out nine men. First game. Score: It. H. E. BoKton .......000 100 0001 7 1 HARRY KIHARA Japanese Store Pictures, Toys and Post Cardi fruit and all kinds of goods. SIS fi. Ilrst Street. INCORPORATE YOURI BUSINESS Use Kanen's New Mexico Corpora tion Laws, Rules and Forms, compil ed to date. A. useful guide for corporation of ficers, attorneys and engineer. You need no other. It has everything in one book. Post yourself. Avoid expensive mistakes. 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E. iioston otfO 400 01 5 6 2 St. Louis 200 V10 0104 1 Batteries Young and Rarideu; Golden. L. Laudermllk and B litis. New York, 3; Chicago, 2. t icago, Aug. 2. A base en balls nnd an error coupled with opportune I hitting enabled New York to overtake IChleago's load and win. I Store: R. H. K. Chicago 000 200 000 2 5 4 New York 001 011 000 3 19 2 Uatteries White, Haker. Payne d Black; Ford and Sweeney. St. louls, 3: Ronton, i. M. Louis, .Mo.. Aug. 2. Iioston .861 j made, its last appearance of the sea .00lBon here and lost to St. Louis. Uoth .504 'teams fielded poi.rlv. 504 ! Score: It. H. E. .504 'Boston 002 100 1004 10 5 . 4 6 i(ft. Louis 20M 030 00 5 5 ,42aj Batteries t'ieotte and Onrrigan; .316 Powell, Oeurge and Kriehell. Detroit. II; a-lou loll. 6. ll..t...,il VIO.I, A 1 1 ur 1 ...trt.lt found Grooine and Ilecker for ten hits und eight runs In less than tnreu in nings, and 'on front Washington. Ullwh W:IM Hill ..lit .if th. 0ullll. for ilis- IpUtiug. In practice before the game, 'Sehafer hurt his hack and Lively piayed ltrst. Score: H. H. K. Washington . .20u oou 4u0 13 1 Detroit 243 000 204 It 16 2 Batteries Oroome, Becker. E. Walker and Street; Lively, Schmidt. Philadelphia Wins Double Header. Cleveland. O.. Aug. 26. Philadel phia took both game from Cleveland today. Cleveland out batted the visi tors in the first, but Krapp's wtldness and infield errors lost the advantage. In the second game Philadelphia was behind until the sixth, when they got two singles, two doubles and a triple off Falkcnburg. First game. Score: It. H. fc.. Cleveland 100 003 1005 13 2 Philadelphia -.010 012 3007 10 2 Batteries Krapp, Mitchell ana Fisher; Coombs, Plttnk and Lapp. Second game. Score: R. H. Clevclsrhd . 200 010 0003 10 2 Philadelphia ..100 004 0108 12 3 Batteries Falkenberg, Kaler and Smith; Morgan and Thomas. WESTERN LEAGUE. Uncoln, 4; Muiix City, 2. Sioux City. Ia.. Aug. 26. Lincoln won a well-played game from Sioux City today. Score: H. H. E. Sioux Cltv 000 110 0002 5 1 Lincoln 001 200 1004 7 1 Batteries Mitchell, KIcpfner and Dawson; Wolverton and McCJraw. Omaha, ": Denvt'r, I. Omaha, Neb., Aug; 26. Omaha de feated Denver In a close game, by timely hitting. Score: rt. it. i. Omaha 000 032 00 5 . 8 2 Denver ,..110 100 0014 8 0 Batteries Demott and Arbogust; O'Brien, Hely and Frambes. Des Moines I: Topeka 2. Des Moines, la., Aug. 26. Owens was in fine form and i had Topeka helpless today. Score: R. H. E. Des Moines ...040 000 00 4 6 2 Topeka 001 100 0002 5 1 Batteries Owens una unowsKi; Clark, Hickman and Crisp. St. Joseph, 7: Pueblo, 5. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 26. St. Jo seph took an early lead and won from Pueblo today. Score: K- Pueblo ... 000 04 1 009 B' 9 1 St. Joseph ....410 100 01' 7 13 2 Batteries Kills. Jackson anil i:i."ni mons; Johnson, Crutcher and C.ossett. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Atlanta Atlanta, 0; Birming ham, 6. At Memphis Memphis, 3; New Or leans, 0. Second game New Orleans, 5; Memphis, 0. At Chattanooga Cliatlanoogn, 4; Montgomery, 1. At Nasvilh Nashville, 1: Mobile, 0. COAST LEAGUE. At Portland Score: Sacramento Portland' Batteries Arrelanes, K. II. E. ...312 2 .12 IS 1 Thompson and Thomas, Kern; Koestner and Kulin. At Iajs Angeles Score: H. " San Francisco r' '2 2 Vernon ' " Batterle Browning, Sutor and Schmidt; Carson, Httt and Hogan. At San Francisco Score: R. H. E. Los Angeles 1 12 2 Oakland 2 16 1 Thirteen Innings. Batteries Halla and Abbott; Abies and Mltze. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Louisville First game Kansas City. 6; Louisville, 5. Second game Kansas City-Louisville called fourth inning on account of rain. At Toledo Milwaukee, 7; Toledo, 1. At Indianapolis St. Paul, 2; Indianapolis, 3. At Columbus Minneapolis, 7; Columbus, 2. TEXAS LEAGUE At Dallas Dallas, 3: Houston, 1. At Fort Worth Fort Worth, 5; San Antonio, 0. At Waco Waco and Austin, rain. At Oklahoma City Oklahoma City." 0; (Inhesion, 4. Try a Journal Vtant Ad, Results I I WW KILLED IN L AT ELGIN DRIVER AND MECHANIC MEET FRIGHTFUL DEATH Thirty Persons Injured When Grand Stand Collapses; Daughter of Senator Lorimerj Suffers Broken Leg. (By Mwalag taml BiSMlal laaM fTIrs fclgin. 111.. Aug. 2. The 305-mile aiitomoble race todas. won by Len Zengel in a National, with Harry I Oram second, and Hugh Hughes third, was not accomplished without Its toll of death and injuries. David Buck, vetera.ii Chicago auto mobile racer, was within eleven laps of the finish, going hUty-four miles an hour on th bacli stretch, when his right forward wheel threw a tire. The nun bine turned u somersault and Sain Jacobs, mecbtuiician. was In stantly killed. His neck was broken. Bin k died a few houi"s later at St. Joseph's hospital. lt:is buck had been Dlokell. It was at first repimted that the driver bad not been faWiUy Injured. It was with tit is misleading information I that a messenger was, sent to Mrs. Buck. j "Tell nie the truth at once." the i driver's wit's said. "You would not; send lor me if his injuries were jiig'nt." Kvery eye in the stands was on her as, supported by militamen, she left her chair and went in u machine to the field hospital, where her husband had received first aid. The body of Jacobs itkii taken to Elgin. Another accident in which thirty persons were Injured for the most part slightly, occurred while the first lap ol the race was on. SJeveral sec tions of the poorly built grandstand gave way. but the thousands of spec tators were not dropped entirely to the ground. When the stringers by which the seats were supported gave way, the boards weaved over and spread out like a pack of cards thrown on a table. Four of the spectators sustained broken legs, among them being a daughter of Senator William Lorimer. The others escaped with cuts and bruises. A number of women und children left the grounds after the accident. The ten cars which wercon the course were stopped ns soon as they reached the repair pit. but a new start was made fifty minutes later. Ralph Mulford, whoa.- Lozler was the last away and who won the nice last year, not a terrific pace, at once. For fifty-nine miles he drove at sixty nine miles an hour, leading the Held by a good six minutes, on the next lap he went out of the race with u burned connecting rod beiiriuc. This placed Len .engel in first po sition, .with Harry Grant two minutes behind him. It was in this relation that they finished, although (Jrant lost an additional two minutes when he stopped to mend 'in. Zengel made two stops, both for giuxnline and lubricant. Hugh Hughes, the Mercer driver, who won the Kann county cup yes terday, ran another consistent race, finishing third. He was closely press ing Urant for second place at tho fin is. He lost out by eleven soeonds. Stengel's time averaged for the race, four miles an hour faster than that set by Mulford last year. Orant and Hughes also averaged nearly that much better. Mulford got the prize for the fastest lap, cov ering the eight and a half miles in seven minutes and four seconds. Ralph De Palma and Spencer WIs hart, Simplex drivers, went out of the race early, the former in the second lap with a broken fly wheel and the latter In the fifth with a broken cog rod. Altken, who was at the steering post of a National, retired in the 'third lap with cylinder trouble. Buck had tire trouble from the start and dropped steadily behind lor this rea son until bis accident put him out of the running for good, .Summary Elgin National Trophy for cars under 6H0 Inches displace ment: Prizes and ensh valued nt $6,500 to winner. Distance, 305.05 miles, lap, 8 1-2 miles. first. Len Stengel, (National) 4:35:30. Second. Harrv F. Orant, (Alio) 4:41:58. Third, Hugh Hughes, (Mercer! 4 : 4 :' : 0 !' . Fourth, Frank Lee, (Alio) (271 miles In 4:45:45.) Fifth, Dave Buck, (Pope-Hartford) (203 miles in 3:58:20.) Sixth, Harrv Hartinan, (Alio), (160 miles In 2:45:44.) Stengel's average, 66:4 5 miles an hour. PAPKE NO LONGER PUGILISTIC STAR New Orleans, Aug. 26. The West Side Athletic club which will stage next month a middleweight elimina tion tournament, each bout of ten rounds, today decided not to match the winner against Billy Papke in u twenty-round' fight for the champion ship. Because of Pnpke's poor showing against Burke recently, the winner in each class will fight In the twenty round bout. Club officers say Ptipke must enter with the other middle weights and fight his way to the final bout. McFARLAND AND W0LGAST TO FIGHT IN MILWAUKEE Mllwauke, Win., Aug. 26. That the ten-round boxiiu contest between Uvhtweleht champion Ad Wolgast and Packcy McFarland, the stockyards champion, will be curried out by the Central Athletic Club of Milwaukee, according to urogram on September 15, was announced by Matchmaker Mulkern toninht. Miilktrn says he received advices from Tom Jones, Wolgust's manager, that an understanding had been reach ed with Kmll Thiry. manager for Me. Karland, whereby the proposed bout between McFarland and Leo Kelly of St. Louis, probably would be called oil', thus remov ing the only stumbling block affecting the match between the twn prominent lightweights. SPEED CARN1VA ban marcial Returns loday ur n x d xx to Win or Bust a Button M RRATH WFHUS VEGf Hi Ullll III II LU l 1 1 II I LEAGUE WONDER WILL WORK Grays to Have Fight of Their Lives to Get Away With Bacon From Classy Bunch of Visitors, Plav ball. McOlath. the Westt rn league pitcher, who is a phenom In more ways than one. will perform at Traction park this afternoon on he alf cl San Marcial in a game to be played between the rivals i f last Sun day, the Albtuiueriiue Urn vs. and the Salnls. Without doubt the exhibition of tin national pastime will lie worth going miles to st e, as the name lust week well evidenced. No In ner game has been lull up this season than last weeks' and no better pitcher has or namented the rubber in the Traction park diamond than this Mdirath per son. With proper ivci hing today he will doubtless put up a splendid show, Mac holds the laurels uf hav ing pitched a nine Inning game In lllty-elgbt minutes in the Western league, letting- his opponents down with but one hit. MW.ralh. Western League I'licnom, Will I'ltcli lot- San Marcial. Kul'e Weeks will oppose the phe nom on t;ie mound and will have to work his strikeout record to the lim it t" keep the San Marcials from run nini; away with the game. They de clare they are going to win, and the drays are eciually positive that they will not loose, but with Mac going good the Grays are certainly going to have some fun winning Cube Weeks bat: got to work every minute of the game, or its good bye bacon lor tho G ra ys. The bunch were out working again yesterday afternoon and .seemed to get along fin,, in covering ground and hitting. They will certainly need all the hitting eye they have to do any business with Mciirath. He Is the so different kid, when, It comes to dish ing them up to the pun. lie can change Ids pace without changing either his motion or the swing of his arm. That Is something not seen on this diamond this year before. This kind of work on Muc's part makes him a most difficult pitcher to handle. Another thing about him Is lie very seldom uses a spit ball, seeming to have speed and curves enough to bold hhn in good stead without resorting to the sallved sphere to win games. Every Ian that goes to Traction park this afternoon will get his mon ey's worth. The San Marcial bunch Is a hard, clean playing team, one that never ipilis playing until the last man Is out. Th'-v never give up. and are Just likely to start a ninth inning rally as they arc to get a good start. 1-ast w eek I hey tried a ninth inning rally, and very nearly got away with It. only the resourcefulness of the llube saved the day. The game will be called at 3 o'clock and will be our easily before 5 o'clock. RACE RESULTS l niuonila. Anaconda. .Mont., Aug. 26. First race, five furlongs: Auto (iirl. won; Penang, second; Eastman, third. Time 1:03. Second race Five furlongs, selling: Reglna Arvl. won: Briton, second: Itohert Mitchell, third. Time 1:01 3-5. Third race- Five and a half fur longs, selling: llllbert Bosi won : Biskra, second; Marie Hyde, third. Time 1 :UX, Fourth n six furlongs, selling: Kid North, won. Frank O. Hogan, second: Judge (Jllinii, third. Time 1:15 1-5. Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling: Flying, on: Margaret Randolph, second. Hainim raway, third. Time 1:28 4-5. Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling: Patriotic won: Abe Slupsky, second: Tiflls, third, Time 1:21). COMMISSIONERS LEAVE FOR ISLETA TO ASSESS DAMAGES FOR SCHOOL The eomiuiion appointed by Judge Abbott to iisn ss the damiig'e if any against the t'nii'-d States In behi'f of the Pueblo of Ishta and Ihc inhabi tants thv.reof. because of the proposed erection of a school on a certain 1 ' " ' of laud in thai community, will visit the town today and Inspocet tile loca tion. The v nth nu n named us sin h commissioners are I'ndersherlff lleyn, Major II U. Whiting. I'nlted Stales commissioner, and Vicente Ar mljo of the A lie"ueriiie Hull in school. Owing to a disagreement as to tin location of Bo- building a eon demnallon prm eding was begun by I'lilted Slates lusirlct Attorney Leahv, and Hie geiitleunn who make the trip todav were appointed commissioners to appraise the damage. Cl?) 1 ilH,, IS HANDS! piiit it nrnvp i Mi I H fL bnHID By the Overwhelming Scoie of; 16 to 1, the Maroons of Mea-: dow City Strings Citrus Fruit! Around Santa Fe. ! rsiuwlul IlUpalih to til Moraine Journal 1 Las Vegas, N. M Aug. 26 Allow ing but two hits In nine Innings and striking out sixteen batters, kclh. pitching for the l.as egas Maroons, todav defeated Santa Fe b a score of 16 to 1. But for an error in the fourth inning, with two men down and a man on third, Kelley would hive shut out the visitors. Features ol the game were the heavy hitting of the locals, thrc.. three-baggers and lour doubles being scored bv the Ma- I roons' heavy hitlers. Johnsoih,a Tex-I as league recruit, pitched lor Santa j Ke, hut was hammered lor seventeen safeties, which collided with eleven errors, made the game' one-sided and listless. The two teams play again tomorrow with Burr pitching (or tin locals and Tommy Lockhart of Tr'nl daii, doing the box work for the visit ors. The Santa Fe line-up will be materially strengthened by several Baton players, that club having dis banded today. Score It II. E. 2 II 17 1 Santa Fe .... (100 100 000 1 Las Vegas . . 201 342 lSx 16 Batteries: Johnson and Martin Kel- ly and Nelson. Summary: Thfi e base hits -If. Smith, Lockhart, Wilson. Ellis. Two base hits Fisher (2). 1.. Smith (2). Struck out, by Johnson 2; by Kelly, 16. Base on balls off Johnson 3. Hit by pitcher Fisher. Time of game 1:45. t'mpire Duncan. LDGAL DDIS IKE GOOD IN EAST Corhan, Graham and Salazar Looked Upon as Players of Fine Futures by League Magnates, A ! Imi, u t-1 1 il o boys with the big le-imii-s an- sllll making good In a manner that Is iittnu ling the Interest and attention of the scout:! of all the clubs throughout the big circuits, Corhau Is back In fettle with the Bed Sox, bringing the fans out of their seats with bis marvelous stops anil throws, lie is the one young acquisi tion from the bushes who can make errors in Ills playing and get by with It. Why the fans get up and yell for him when lie makes errors. Another bright and particular stnr from the Albuquerque firmament Is Bert (irabam, the hitting first base man of the Montgomery Bllllkens. w ho has be, n recalled to tile St. Louis team of the American league and will Join them the first week In Septem ber. Bert has gotten all kinds of praise tills year lor bis work at first and with the wagon tongue. Pill Bailey, a has-been pitcher, who has showed he can do the Jimmy Calla han in ami come back, has been playing wilh Montgomery with Gra ham and the two big fellows have till kinds of nice things to say about each oilier. Boss Salazar, who left lu re eaVly In the your and Joined the liiaiiestou club of the South Atlantic league, Is another fellow who has a future be fore him. He has been attracting all kinds of notice by his work with Chfuieston, both his hlttln? and field ing, lie plays third, causing en thusiasm. In a game against Albany Tuesday, Boss scored two of the three runs made by bis side, got two of the hits, there were only three hit pinged, and made a lew stops and throws of a sensational variety. The game went ten Innings to the score of three to one in favor of Charleston. Albany got five hits and scored one run. SECOND HARVARD-BOSTON AERO MEET OPENED Boston, Mass., Aug. 2H. The sec ond I larvard-HoHlou Aero meet, bridging- together muny leading Amer ican and English aviators, opened it 1 the Sqiiantum Held today, under a dull sky with n light eoo brccz . Claude iraehani While, the Eng lishman who won last year's meet, and litter won the Bennett cup at Belmont Park, was the first day star, taking two first prizes and a large share of the mom y. lie went up to 3,000 feet in some seven minutes and did eight laps of the mile and a half course in twelte minutes, six and one. filth seconds, winning both the alti tude and speed events. Thomas Snpwith, also an English avlntt r, won the quick starting test In II 4-5 seconds and was second In bomb dropping. Miss ticnevleve Leonai'd of Boston went up with Snpw-lth In this event, handing him the bombs. Ilowird W. tilll, a Wright tiler, was tlrst In the bomb thtowing and by sharing place in tiie altitude with O. W. I tea My. stood eei oiiil t,i Ora.-batn-Wblt it, total prize money taken. The fast work of Engine Ely, a t'urtlss Ip-r. In a slmiii lied biplane, was one ol the features. Pi fuf" the opening of Ihc meet Ilea My tried out his Wright, t-tklngup MPs Margant l.tirencc and bis fi ance, .Miss (ielievleii. o'llagen of New Yolk. Tiy a Morning Journal Want An SOUR LEMON COMPANY : r-jr v r 2 5 You Ever CTno Trk tutmts That You pay for a case of Eastern superiority of quality? It only represents the price you pay for freight on the water it contains. We use chemically pure artesian water upon which there is no freight to pay- WHY PA Y FREIGHT? Glorietta Beer can be had at the saving. Phones 57-58. Southwestern Brewery & Ice Albuquerque, New Mexico Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000. INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS DIED THREE INCHES TEXIGO Heavy Rains General All Over Eastern New Mexico; Grass High, Cattle Fat and Crops in Good Shape, (flpoelal CerrMPaixlMMW to Naming Jusrnnl) Texlco, N. M Aug. 25. Following the 24-hour rain of two days ago from throe to four Inches fell again last night during a period of four hours. The la ken are all full and much water Is standing on the ground this morn ing. Orass is excellent, cattle fat and most crops In good shape. Eurly grain and feed crops are be ing gathered and this rain bus put sufficient moisture in the ground to make the lata crops and for fall sow ing of wheat. The rain seems to be general. LABOR DIFFICULTIES L CLOSE LUMBER MILLS Beaumont. Tex., Any. 20.- Between llility and thlrtj-llv,. lumber mills In Ibis Mellon are closed i ,i result o! ;lhe controversy between the operator Hid the timber workers' brot hcrhood. CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS PAY Palomar 19 minutes ride from Los Angnles' graded streets, cement curbs u Lots $20 to ItiOO on VERY EASY Investments. 1XHI roLBEBS, .MAPS, PRICES ami TEUMS address: C. W. 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TRY A MORNING JOURNAL WANT AD-THEY GET RESULTS the Excess Price Beer does not represent any J Co. www m No violence lias been reported. The plant of the Ahirulge Lumber com pany at Aldrldg- Tex., eighty miles north of here. as destroyed by lire today. The mill was 5,t00 feat capacity. Tho cause of the tire la un known and no estimate of the loss Is available, ..! 1IKSSC3 Going Out of the Junk Business STATEHOOD THE CAUSE OF IT 11,000 worth of second hand furni ture will be sold at Huciton beginning Monday, September 4th, and continu ing from 3 to 6 o'clock, each after noon thereafter, until the entire thou sand dollars' worth has been sold. This consists of almost everything used In or about the house. Beds of Mahogany, Walnut, Oak, Pine, with springs and mattresses, Settees, Set tles, Settoes. mill the llki I will pay storage on these goods no longer. All pieces are of value and some of good value, o, the fun we expect to have! 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