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THE ALBUQUERQUE: MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912.
BUG SLATTERY HAS CALIFORNIA BEATS NE17 YORK DflOAEflb Motorcycle "Cup " at Beverly STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League. Won Lost Pot. New York 2 Cincinnati .24 Chicago ......... .20 Pittsburgh . .1 Ft. Louis 20 Philadelphia ,14 lWooklyn 12 Boston 13 .800 17 17 ,17 23 20 23 27 .585 .641 .528 .465 .412 .343 .325 American League. Won Lost Chicago 29 12 Boston 26 .14 Detroit 21 20 Philadelphia 17 17 Cleveland 18 1. Washington 19 21 New York 12 23 St. Louis 12 27 Pet .707 .641 .612 .500 .446 .475 .343 .308 Western League. Won Lost Pet ..28 15 .651 ..23 17 .575 . 22 17 .564 .21 II .500 ,.21 23 .488 ..19 23 .452 ..17 23 .42$ . .16 25 .390 Pt. Joseph . I)es Moines Denver Omaha .... Sioux City . Topeka WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Rational Lengae. No games scheduled today on ac count of Us being buntfay. American League. Boston at Cleveland. Washington at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Detroit. Western League, Omaha at Denver. Sioux City at Wichita. Des Molnea at' Topeka. St. Joseph at Lincoln. . NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 7; Philadelphia 5. Pniladelpnia,. June- 1. Pittsburgh played a tine uphill game and beat Philadelphia by mixing hits with tat tery and fielding misplays of the home team. Byrne made two doubles and a single. Score: It. H. E. Pittsburgh . ..100 102 201 7 11 2 Philadelphia ..202 010 000 5 8 6 Batteries: Robinson, Camnita and Gibson: Curtis, Beaton and Moran, Dootn Two-base hits Byrne. 2, Pask ert, Titus. Threo-base hits Miller. Home run Wilson. Base on balls Robinson. 1: Camnitz, 1; Keaton, 1. Struck out Camnitx, 3; Curtis. 2; Beaton, 1. Umpires Klem and Bush. Chicago 7; Boston 5. Boston, June 1. Chicago batted Dixon and Tyler from the box and won. Zimmerman's hitting featured. -Score;. v , . . K. H. E. Boston . .....018 010 000 5 9 1 Chicago 000 340 000 7 13, 4 Batteries: Dixon, Purdue. Tyler and Kling; Reulbach, Smith and Need ham. Two-base hit Zimmerman. Three-base hit Zimmerman. Home run Saler. Pase on balls Dixon, 2; Tyler, 1; Reulbach, 1; Bmith, 2. Struck out Reulbach, 1; Smith, 4; Tyler, 2. Umpire Bush. New York 13; St. Louis 4. New York, June 1. New York easily defeated St. Louis. Steele was knocked cut of the box In the second Inning and Harmon was hit harder. Mathewson also was hard hit, but proved strong In the pinches, and re ceived wonderful support. Score: K. H. E. St. Louis ....020 Oil 000 4 13 6 New York ...123 301 S0 13 16 0 Batteries: Steele, Harmon and Oakes, Wingo; Mathowson and Mey ers, Had ley. Two-base hits Oakes, Fleteher, Snodgrass, Mowrey. Three base hits Doyle. Home run De voro. Base on balls Mathewson, 3; Harmon, 4. struck out Mathewson, 7. Umpires Johnstono and Knson. Cincinnati 7: Brooklyn 3. Brooklyn, Jjne.l. Cincinnati de fcated .Brooklyn. Most of the dam age was done in the third, when four hits, four piuscs, three steals anil a wild pitch, mostly by Ragon, sent six men across itho plate. Score: It. M. E Cincinnati,. -.006 000 1007 6 0 Iirooklvn . ...020 010 0003 7 0 Batterit: Hug.fs and McLean: Ua Ron, Harjcer and Erwln. Three-bae hits -Keechor, Morun, Toolcy. pare on baPeitojrit, 3'. Barger, 2: Suggs, 2. Struck uw:- hrn, l; uargcr. a; Suggs, 4. Umpires Kigler and Fin- neran.' AMERICAN LEAGUE iCtilrairn G: Plillailelnhla 3. - Chicago. June 1. Chicago played an uuetll game today and won. The gsme was exciting from start to fin- wn. i;enaer was a iiiui wnu i times while Pens and Mogradge plt( -d good ball. Sane: R. II. E Chicago 000 312 00 6 8 3 Phtadclphla ..200 100 000 8 7 4 latteries: Bens, Mogrldgo and Kuhn; Bender and Thomas. Two bate hits Callahan, J. Collins. Three btoe hits Baker, Barry. Home run ord. Base on balls Bens, 1 ; Binder, 6. Utrnok out Bens. 2: Ben der, i; Mogrldge, I. Umpires CLoughlin and Wcwtervelt. Washington 8: St. lonls 3. " ft. Louis. June 1. Manager Grif rth presented a new line-up and Washington won from tit. Louis by bunching hits with errors. Score: R.H.E. Washington ...i2 000 113 S 13 Kt. Lout, 000 001 020 1 12 2 Patteriest Hughes and Henry; Nelson. Hamilton and KrichelL Two has, hits Foster, Laporte, Pratt. Three-base hits Morgan, Wallace. Base on balls Hughe. 2: Hamilton, I: Nelson, 1. Strnek out "Iughes. 4; Hamilton.' 8: Nelson. 2. Umpires Perrtna and Dlneen. Detroit New York 3. Oetroit. June 1. Detroit bunched ix hits with a base on balls after two re nut in the fifth and defeated J" York. Caldwell and Hoff were driven from the mound in this in n,ng. Crawford's batting- featured. We: R. H. E. Jew York ..v.ail I I 1 ixttroit .. a !; !- t i Batteries: Caldwell. Hoff. Warhop and Sweeney; Summer, and Ftanagc. Two-base hits Sweeney, Gardner, Daniels. Three-base hits Crawford 2, Bush, Oalnor. Base on bans Summers, 1; Caldwell, 1: Hoff, 1 rtVarhop, 1. Struck out Summers. 2 umpires Connolly and Han. Cleveland 0; Boston 8. . , Cleveland, June 1. Boston made its first appearance of the season here and was beaten. Cleveland hit thret Boston pitchers hard and drove Hall and Coliins lrora the box, it being Hall's first defeat of the season.' Kah- ler was hit hard In but ona Inning. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland . ..211 020 03 8 14 Boston 010 000 100 2 6 Batteries: KahU'r and Easterly; Man, Collins, Papa and Nunamaker, Two-base hits (iraney, Jackson 2 Butcher, Olson, Bradley, Kahler, Wagner, Nunamaker. Base on balit Kahler 4, Pupe 2. Struck out Kahler, 2; Hall, 1; Collins, 1; Pape i. umpires uvans and ligan. WESTERN LEAGUE Denver 8; Omaha 1. Denver, June 1. Denver broke Its losing streak today and won from Omaha 3 to 1. It was anybody's game until the eighth inning, when Chan- nell drove a home run to left tield. scoring ouillen ahead of him. Kin- gt'llu pitched star ball and struck out nine men, , i tscoi-c:. - R. II. E. Omaha . . .. ..000 100 000 1 6 Denver 100 000 02 3 11 batteries: Ryan and Arbogast: Kirisellu, and Frumbea. Peg 9loines 8; Topeka 3. Topeku, June 1. Des MoineB bat' ted two Topeka pitchers hard and won. Score: R. H. E. Topeka . 000 020 000 2 8 2 Des Moines ...023 200 000 8 10 1 Batteries: iYantz. Fugato and Schmidt; Fabcr and McQrnw. , Wichita 8; Sioux City 3. Wichita, Juno 1. Durham held Sioux City helpless and drove In the winning run in the ninth with a Texas leaguer to left. Score: R. H. E. Wichita 010 000 101 3 2 Sioux City ....002 000 000 2 3 3 Batteries: Durham and Clemons: Campbell and Orendorff. Lincoln 5; St. Joseph 4. Lincoln, Juno 1. Lincoln won a tight game from St Joseph by scor ing three runs In . the ninth when ci utcher weakened. Score: R. H. E. Lincoln 000 200 003 5 11. 11 St. Joseph 100 110 1004 11 4 Batteries: vvolvtrton, Doyle, Hag- erman and Carney; Crutcher and CaEtle. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Portland: Score: Portland . . Sacramento . Batteries; Klawltter and Schwenck and Cheek. R.iH. 1 10 8 Fisher; At Los Angeles: Score: R.,H. E. Los Angeles 3 6 8 San FranciBco 6 8 C Batteries: Toxer and Boles; Ilan ley and Schmidt. At San Francisco: Score: Oakland Vernon Batteries: Parkins Carson and Sullivan. R. H. E. .9 13 3 .6 12 4 Kohrcr; and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Toledo Toledo, 4; Indianapo lis, 3. At Kansas City Kansas City, 6; Milwaukee, 11. At Minneapolis Minneapolis. 4; St. Paul, 3. At Columbus Columbus, 4; Louis ville, 2. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Birmingham Birmingham, 2; Chattanooga, 1. At Noi;liviliu Nashville, J: Mo bile, 2. At Memphis Memphis, 2; Ntw Orleans, 4. At Montgomery Montgomery At lanta gamu postponed; rain. UNITED STATES LEAGUE At Richmond Richmond 4; Chi cago, S, At Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Cleveland, 1. ll; COLLEGE BASEBALL. At Ithaca Pennsylvania, 6; Cor nell, 2. At Cambridge Harvard, 3; Phll lpps Exeter, 1. At Amherst Amherst, t; Brown, 0. At Annapolis West Point, 8; Ann apolis, 7. At New Havn Yale, 6; Prince ton, 1. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LEAGUE At La Junta , Kcor--: R. H. E. , . K. 13 3 ..3 8 1 Peters; Canon City La Junta ......... Patterns Hanna ind Toothaker, Cander and Waller. At Tueblo Scor?: R. H. K. Pueblo , Colorado Springs Batteries Dennison and Mctmnieis; Stokcfbury and Swift. Olympic Cianies Sudluin Opened. Stockholm. June 1. The Olympic games stadium was opened today by he king In the presence of many Oip- lomatic representatives, other officials and a grest crowd of spt'Utora. A chorus of S00 rang patriotic sangs and several athletic exhlbtions were given. r Mot all Xesr Manager of Broviw. St. Louis. June 1. George Woval!. former manuger ft the eieveiina Ameriean league team tonlgnt was ap pointed manager of the SU Louis el-il of the Ameriean league, replacing Khoderick Wallacr Results from Journal Want Ads DOUBTS ABOUT Jin Cleveland Sport Authority De- rhroc Thct Rhol Pliomr. inn v,.w .IIIUI V.UVIN y.lCMMHIVU, Must be at His Best If Ever He Beats Flynn, (By Walter C. Kelly.) ' Cleveland, 0 June 1. "1 was Just wondering to niyaclf if Jack Johnson will bo able to get back Into as good condition for his fight with . Jim Flynn as he was in when he fought Jim Jeffries two years ago," said Bug Slattery to a group of friends over at the Lorain Avenue Business Men's Gymnasium club yesterday afternoon. "I don't believe he con do it," spoke up Manuger J. W. Madden. "I am turo he cannot do It," inter rupted liug? "I have been watching those championship affairs for years, nnd I have seen several of the title holders go wrong, and fall to round Into good shape. Take John L. Sulli van when he fought Jim Corbett, he wag hog fat, and In no shape to do himself Justice. Bob Fllzslmmons wai too old to put up his f'ght, when Jet- motorcycle in me " ..... ... fries licked him for the title. It was of 'the large cities accounts lor tne a shame to stack a gamo old man loves number 'f motorcycle police like Boh up against .such a powerful men who escort the president when and well prepared athlete as Jeff was ho visits these cities. In most of the on that occasion. But of course it was, treat municipalities the motorcycle nil in ihu vma om Kit held I ho I oolicemen form 'the tront anil roar title, and ho had to defend it, or re linquiiih It, something which u fighter seldom knows enough to do in time." "Well, they tell me that Jeffries when he fought Johnson, was in wretched condition," ventured Dr. Kvs. "I grant that," snapped Slattery. "If you doubt it. Just ask 'E. T.' Mike Lav in, who witnessed the Bcrap from a front box at Beno. "Johnson has been having a high old time since he won the title, nnd especially since he defeated Jeffries," resumed the sport philosopher. "The big fellow has been buying wine, tak ing his ease, putting on heaps of flesh, and doing other things that a man expecting to fight a hard battle would not think of doing. I shall be surprised If Johnson can r get Into good enough condition to give a real good account of himself. And if he ,s at all bad, I feel certain that Flynn will get him. "I don't know what you ginks think about Jim Flynn, but for my part, 1 regard him as .one of the toughest small heavyweights who ever donned a glove. He proved in his fight with Al Kauffman that he was a hitter, and that ho could get to a tall fellow. He did likewise In his bout with Carl Morris, and he haB demonstrated It many other times. If Mr. Johnson Is not at hie best, he will stand a good chance of following in the footsteps of such gladiators as Sullivan, Jeffries and others." "Johnson is going to fool all you wire ones, Mr. Slattery," opined T. Oenus McGlnty, who recently returned from the east "That big black fel low has been taking exercise quietly for several weeks, and you can gam nle he will be in shnpo yhen he gets Into the ring on July 4th." I tell you fellows onco more," growled Bug, "It behooves him to be in shape, and mighty good rhape at that." . De Ore Still Ioad Rnlh. Trenton, N. J., June 1. Play In the final block of 200 points for the world's pocket billiard championship between Edward Ralphs, of Highs town, N. J., and . Alfred De Oro, ' of New York, was stopped at midnight and tho match will bo finished Mon day night. Di Oro tonight made 138 end Ralphs 139. The grand total: De Oro 638; Ralphs 495. The match started last Thursday and Is for 600 points. PAST WEEK SAW HEALTHY MOVEMENT IN LOCAL REALTY The past week In AlbuquerqUn Saw a healthy movement In Albuquerque realty circles, many warranty deeds being recorded, as well as trust deeds. The summary of tho week's business follows: I?eeilM. Bernard Grernsfelder et al. lo Ed ward C. Llppitt, Sr., S. 3 ft. of lots 1. 14. IS and 16. bliek "P." Atlantic and Pacific addition, $X!0. Jerome Merker lo I). A. Torter field, 8, 31 1-2 ft. of N. 37 1-2 ft. of lot TC block 4, Lewis & Slmonds ad dition, $1. Valley View Land Company ' L. Meeks. lots 6. 7. 8, SB and 10, blocR 3, Valley View addition, 11. Valley View Land Company to L. L. Meeks, lots 6. 7. 8. 9 and 10, block 3, Valley View addition, SI. Valley View Land Company to Mrs. L. L. Meeks, lots 16. 17, 18, It and 20, block 43, Valley View addition, SI. Manuelita Chaves to Jose Aranda, a piece of land in San Jose Precinct 1, S40. Cresenclo Lopez et uL lo Jose Ar arda, a piece of land In Sun Jose Pre cinct 1. S30. Anita Chaves to Oavino flnrcla. lot 1, block -K," Eastern addition, SI. Sarah E. Pronson and husband t Clark M. Carr, trrstoe, lot 10, block 1, Coronada placi, $1. Louis SJcntnya ard wife to Eduardo Munis. 1-J tf lot II, block "V," Eastern addition. $0. . "What sucreas have yon had with the portrait vt your niother-ln-law ?" "Tremendous. It la sirh' a q-ak-ins; likeness that my trofher. when ne came t look at it. instinctively put his cigar bhlnd his lick." Fiie gende Blitur. Kh AfUr all. society Is a mere machine. He Well, and hat part of the machine do you call m?? fhe Oh. you're one of the cranks. Boston Transcript. Mra. Mulcahy What frlnd helped ya horn. drunken baste? Uukahy Faith: It's r.o frind he was, knowin' the rayeeption Ol d ra calve. Biaton Transcript. Try a Journal Want Ad. Result; William L. Tlckctt. motorcycle po liceman at Beverly, Mass., has the dis tinction of being motorcycle "cop" at the summer residence, of President Taft. He is thoroughly convinced of the value of the motorcycle in patrol Ing modern cities and dally covers his route In the ea coast town. When the president leaves Wash ington for his summer home, Officer Pickett will be "on the job" for the . .m,M.Uvn.m hom ()n ,, "beat." Last summer when .President Taft was at the summer White House, Motorcycleman Pickett was on duty. During tho three months he passed tho residence going over his route he traveled 6.000 nillcs, an average of more than sixty-live miles daily. ' That this Is an evidence of the af- nvtenev nf tho little two-wheeler Is the opinion of Officer Pickett. He has ridden the motorcycle long enough to become a "full fledged" enthusiast. He knows from experience that a mo torcycle policeman can travel over more territory, hundle a larger "heat" make more arrests, respond .quicker to emorgencies and be or more value to a community than tho "pavement pounder." although ha recognizes that the latter Is indispensable at some parts of large cities. While Officer Pickett is Intrusted vm.fi.j times with guarding of the president, the; predominance ol me ir-niirrt to tho president. If crowds be come large and hinder the trip of the presidential party the motorcycle of ficers are dlspntched ahead and every thing made ready for tho party, offi cially, on tours and trips the motor cycle has supplanted most other guardsman of the chief executive. IS INTERCOLLEGIATE Fl Victory of Quakers-Adds New1, Laurels ta Crown ot lrainer "Mike Murphy' Cornell Sec ond, MichigariiThifd, (lly Stornlng Jnnn( ifl l-eiid Wire.) Philadelphia, Jun. J. T(ie Uni versity of Pcnrisylvanln' wb.i tho in tercollegiate track ; hnd field cham pionship on Franklin field tills after noon and thus brought new laureln to "Mike" Murphy, the noted trainer, who will guide tho American stars at the comli;r ojymplA puma, the Penn rylvnniua won bj 4nargin of ten anil a half points over Cornell, their near est competitor. 'The i points score! were: Pennsylvania, 28; Cornell, 17 Michigan, 15; Columbia 13; Harvard, 13; Syracuse, 12; Dartmouth, 11H; Yale, 10; Weslcyan. J; Brown, 6; Princeton, 6; Iiowdoin, a; Rutgers, 2; Ma?sachusetts Institute -of Technolo g. 1. Five Intercollegiate records wert broken and with them 'went ono col legiato roconi and one world's roeord. The new world's figures were made In tho polo vault by It. 8. Gardner, of Yule. After he and H. S. Babcock. of Columbia, hnd broken the Intercolle giate record of 12 feet, 8 Inches, by goin;r over the bar at 12 feet, S' Inches, the stick was put up to H feet, 1 Inch. i Gardner on his second try cleared it amid cheers. Babcock tried three times but tailed. Tho former world's record was 12 feet, 10 inches, ( In the shot put R. L. Rentty, of Co lumbia, exceeded tho coll ;ialn rteoid held by himself, by maliiiiir l feet, 0 Inches nga'iiM lv old figures of 48 feet. 7 inches. C. I). Reidpath, of Syracuse, lower ed the Intercoll' Kjate record of IK 4-5 sociuids in Ih" iiimrtor mlhs ewnt to 4S seconds. it idpal h ,il..o ;i me wit li In one-l'ifth or a second of equalling the Intercollegiate record In tho 2')- yard flash. In tho half mile rim J. P. Jones, or Cornell, lowered hn Intercollegiate record from 1:S4 4-5 to 1:35 4-6. p. k. Wlthlngton, Harvard's run ner, after a terrific struggle, won tne two-m'le race rn-l lowered tue infer rolleglalc recori ot :25 1-". lo :24 2-6. COMMERCIAL IMPORT OF CANAL REALIZED Tar's, June 1. As the, time for the opening cf the PanfirrM ran:. I up proachts. Euro'an coi'r.liles are showing more and moM Interest In th probfible pcbtltal and comn-cr-lal efetts cf the crttlntf of the two Amer icas by a waterway. Prance, from a political standpoint, has practically no Interest in the ca nal. The poittltal problems and possi ble ounrr3 of France of the future lie solely In F.urope, it Is agreed. P.ut from a commercial standpoint, ihei opening of the canal Is of the great est importance, and the French Com mit slon, which is now In Amerion waters trying to find a suitable coal Inn rtatlon for French merchant ships has be Instructed to study the prob lem from every standpoint, as France wiches to find new markets for her exports. An example t.f the Interest in tne esnal In had in the examinations which are now given to endldtes for the French corxtilsr and dlp'.omaua service. One of the most Imports"' nuestlon rwturrs an explanation of the rem:lt ef h-? opetiing of the Sues canal r,-i the nera! movement of eennonie rlt-s and ths iBfltien" which the opt tiltiK of the Paasma ca nal is 'Ikely to hnve OS these relation '"Authors dor.'t live garrets any more." - ' ' "Xo: the etovstnr come to fcatidy Tor the hr.!li?Ts. "The rronri floor .r the qtlck gt.iWaj Atbtrt Constitution. " , ' ' PENNSYLVANIA ELD CHAMPION I' 7 tU?,- sit wji-Li.x.ii i l'lciiirrr. OF 15 TO 8 Opening Game Between Two Teams This Season Batting : Bee, in Which Las Vegas ; Outhit Locals; Many Errors, (grlitl !fnpitt'h to ths IMomliig Jniirnul. East Las Vepan, S, Jt., JunJ 1. Dan pudillu'g Albuquerque. Grays were defeated hero tr.d:iy by the Las Vegas Maroons by a k re (M5 tn fc. The game was full of hitting. Jennings, a recruit whom Pad Ilia picked Up on the wav to 1.H8 Vegan, pitched tt tfnnd game for Albuquerque;. His support was ragged-f times nnd he blew up tn one inning, giving three basest on balls and hitting two Wttbnien which, with two hits and an error, gave th- locals four scoria. The .Maroons went up in the air In the seventh In ning, a boneheail play by tho inlleld and four errors by Lock hart, coupled with two hits, giving the Albuquerque nu n six runs. Tho same teams 'play tomorrow. Score: n. H. E, Aibuqmrquo .000 (HI0 fi0 R 1 1 a Ijki Teu-is n:-:i 04:! 31 K. IS - 4 Batteries: Jennings and Berardt n o 1 1 1 ; Horenson and Hucklis, Pummiiry: 'Sacrifice hits f'oren sen. Stolen liases Bllio, l-'.lllfi, (iwrns, Mciniyre, 'I'wo-baso hits- Gonml'S, Locldinit. Owens -, Mchityro. Double plays Jennings to Clinvi-z to Gun-, sales. O'Bannnn to Salux.ir. f'lraclt out Kori-nsen, 6. l?ass qn bsllM Jennlngr,, n. Kit by pitched bull Hartline. lillis. Loclihart. Thna of Kame 1.4 5. rrnii"-e Eltlng-jr. Results from Journal Want Ads IWAROOHS WALLOP GRAYS BY SCORE At The Ball Grounds By walt mason I wandered to the ball grounds. Torn, I coughed up at the gate, and took teat upon the boardi jdst opposite the slate; we had the home boyi doped to win, for the were looking we'l, and all the fant bad greased their throats iu readiness to yciL The umpire was a pallid freak with jaundice in his eyes, he bad his face on sideways and be looked extremely wise ; I sized him up as just th sort ol skate we used to know, when we were playing baseball, Tom, soma twenty years ago. He gave out punk decisions, Tom, he robbed the local team) be took our candy all away, and that's no winter's dream; and so we left the bleachers then, and ambled after him, and pushed him Up against the fenca and tore him limb from limb. The coroner and all his aides were soon in evidence; they picked the umpire from the trees, and scraped bim from the fence. And if you think the. world has moved, these facts will surely show, that baseball's much the same, dear Tom, as twenty years ago. . CaprrleM, ... ar Ocwft Mattaaw Aoaa OUT M SSQURi If track Meet Far Western Institution Carries Off First Honors, with Mis souri Valley School Second and Illinois Third, . Stuart Field, Lafayette. Ind., June 1. In a desperate battle- for points fought under a broiling sun, n thi ne representing the University of Cali fornia triumphed over the ITnlversltJ of Missouri for flrat honors In the aiv- nual meet of the Western Intercollw ginte Conference Athletic assoclutliy.i today. , Tne Pacific coast mn piled up a t-.trl of 41 1-S pnlnts, while Mlsaorrt war s -cond with 20 1-3. Illinois ciutne third with 20, Chicago fourth with 15 and Wisconsin fifth with 12 H. Coe, through Wilson's splendid work, 1 In Ished sixth with 10 points; Minnesota seventh with 8; Northwestern, Aries and Oberlln tied for eighth with 5 points each; WabnMh got 4 1-3 points: Iowa, Purduo and Earlham one each and De Pauw none. Two new conference records, one In the 120-yard hurdle race and tho othur In the two-mile run were made. There were spirited, contests early In which Missouri scored heavily through Nicholson's HpUunlld work, He e li'.'iljKhed a new conference record In tho tirst event, the 120-yard hurdle race, defeating Case, of Illinois, In 15 1-R. The former record was 16 2-6 find was made by Fred G. Moloney of Chicago In 11102. Another confer ence murk was shattered wh m N, T. Mi tcalf, of Oberlln, raced to victory In the two-mile run. Ha clipped i-earlv cluiit seconds off the former record. mc1n by F, A, Itowo, of Michigan, ;n 1905, finishing in :42 4-5, Nicholson, of Mlomurl, won Individ, 'ual point honors w th 10 1-3 points. Hfv'ond Indlvldufil honors as to points were dlvidrd between Daven port, of Chicago, s nd Wilson, of Coo, who scored 10 points each. To luv enport, however, goes the credit .t f demonstrating that ho still Is peerless in wentern collcaes In the half-mile and quartor-mlle. After the meet It was announeo.1 that the confereiuce faculty had reaf firmed Its action, taken at a Chicago meeting two moaiths ago, dropping athlotle Instrurtois from tho represen ts llvo athletic board. It was also aonounced that Ohio State University lied been awarded a membership to Hie conference. JACK JOHNSON TO VISIT SANTA FE ' ON THURSDAY NEXT Hperlnt Ilp,ilch tn III Mnmlllg .lonrluvl.l t'unta Ke, JJ. M., June 1. Director Mark Levy, of the New Mexico Ath let'o club, returned today from ft visit to Jack Johnson's training catnp at Las V'ufiaa. Levy announces that John son will be here on June 6th, which Is Thurntlay night, Instead of on the Rth Inst,, as previously anumiiice 1. The reason for tho change in tho tint la that t.io legislature will cl-wo M Saturday night, holding an all-night session. Director Levy also announced that ho had arranged for a six-round bout between n boxer named Uastus, con nected with the Johnson training camp, and "Jud" Skoliy, tho Tcrre Haute, Intl., fighter, who Is ona of the sparring partners working out with Jim Flynn, to bo staged an a prelim lnary to the Johnson exhibition here. lllt'litnoiiil (Tub rops Out, Richmond, Va., June 1. The Itlch mond club dropped ont of the United Staten league late tonight. The play ers claim that tholr salaries have not been paid. So far as Itichrnond Is cnncrtied, it will take no further part In any reorganisation plans. eWC- ii Easterners Are Coming to the Jahnson-Flynn Battle in Urge Numbers; White Hope Starts Boxing Work. ( StM-rlal t'orripoa.?MM in Murals Joaraall Last Ltia Vegas, N. M., June 1. Thirteen orders for rtAervatlons at the Flynn-Johnson bout were re ceived today by Treasu.-er Mark Lewla of tho Curley combination. The larg est order w as for a. block of eight seats for a party ef street brok ers. Four other WaM street operators, In parties of two each, also wired for seats. Four ot the hding physicians of (jotham also asktd to bo assigned lo boxes near the ringside. "While It would easily be posslbta for Jim Flynn to uitcr the ring with Jack, Johnson wolhlng 200 pounds X don't want him thut heavy. Flynn should be at his fcest at from 185 to 190 pounds and fee will tip the scales somewhere between those Weights on tho Fourth of J-uly." 8o stated Hyra cuae Tommy Kan, tratner-ln-chief of the Montesu-.na, Springs training camp this morning, , Flynn nt.ver scaiea us high ns 170 pounds in lttoa nnd 1U10 when bitt tlliiK with Philadelphia Jaek O'Hrlon, Sain Laugrord, Montana Jack Bull! van. PHI i'apke, Jack Hums, Joe Wil lis nd those, kind. Kven lust year, wlun tho Fighting Fireman fought hln way into tlrst place among the country s white rlnysturs, Flynn bare ly weighed 170 puunds the night ha annihilated Al Kaufman in Kansas city and eame in at exactly m pounds In Madltm Stuare Garden, in New York city, four months later, when he whipped big Curl Morris for all times. ...... The first thing Jack Curley aid, after clinch .tig tho match for- Flynn, was to put beef on Bunny Jim. Flynn quit his theatrical tour early In April, so as to f able to get a good rent at Arkansaj Hot Springs before moving on to ivnt i,s V egas nnd starting his trnlnlMa; in earnest, off the road and leitd'.flu the simple life, Flynn grew Igrt In flesh In amajsing fashion. In t unds, he became a 185-pounder, jen a - 195-pounder, then a 208 pounder and finally a X15-poundcr; tn tact, he eventually reached the 218 mark. This la absolutely no foolish prattle of a press agent. However, it can be added that nevor did Jim make any" of the above stripped weights. Kvery time he got on the acalus he won togged up in his street clothes, but his suit was always of summer pattern and his underclothes always of athletic cut. . When Flynn's ten days' stay at Arkansas lot Springs was up he did o pounds on the scaiea In the ro tunda of the. Arlington hotel, as Man ager Joe W. Corrlngton, who Is na tionally known by the lighting and' sporting crowd generally, will attest. Flynn reached Denver, accompanied by Jack Curley, about ten days later. The night ho arrived In the Colorado city h weighed in public at ths Mo. aiirt cafe and made the scales tip at Sll 1-2 pounds. Those figures ara positively accurate. Flynn has been as high ns 218 aince reacblnjr Montezuma. He now goea around Eli! stripped. Jack Curley thought ail along, after Flynn began adding to his avolrditpolq, that the fireman would enter the ring with Johnson weighing 200 pounds. Tom my Hyan admits that Flynn could be at that weight on the Fourth, but states that he does not want Jim tu come In that high. "Flynn would not bo at his best at 200 puunds, and that Is a most excel- ' lent reason why he will not weigh that much against Johnson," declares Hyan. "He will come In at from 18S to 190 pounds. That will be enough heft for him: In fact, a 190-poundor Is big enough to whip the best man In the world. I want Jim ripe for Johnson and tho extra weight must come off for him to be ripe." Flynn did his first boxing today. All aspirin "white hopes' are invited to te on nand at Montesumn ot 3 o'clock every afternoon. Incidentally, Flynn Is not charging the nubile nnv admission fee for its peep. His llttlo maunee wilt te tree to all desiring tu see him In action. Ji'hnson Is not worrying, apparent ly, about hnw much Flynn weighs or how tntii'h ho is devoting himself to his work of preparation for the buttle on July 4th. He may bo seen nt any lime of the day tlrl'ing around in his blif touring car, his rah-rnh hat turned up In front and itown In th back and hln diamonds glittering Ilka headlights on the California limited. Johnson declares he Is billing a long run every morning and tint he aomi will bo ready to besln hla boxing rtunts. The ftpnnlsh-Amerlcan people of this end of New Mexico are so strong for the bout that they have petitioned Promoter Charles O'Malley to engage an Interpreter to stay In the offices on Center street and answer inquiries bout the fight. One thing Is euro, if an Interpreter Is not doing service In the ring during the announcements on July 4th, the native people will tear down the arena. They have been In formed that Jim Corbett. John I Sullivan and all the other past and present lights are tn he present antl there will be a demand on their cart for speeches frrm these notables. HORINE JUMPS SIX FEET FOUR INCHES , IN EXHIBITION (By Montlnar Jmmal aaerlnt Imil Wire New York. June 1 Oeorge Horlne, the phenomenal high Juniper of Kan' Francisco, made his first appearance In the east today at the track -and Meld games of the New York Athletic club, Although Horlne finished only sceon'l from scratch In the high Jump handleap. he eleered six feet, four inches In an exhibition afterwards. Piatt Adar'S, of the New York Ath letic club to whom' Horlna conceded one Inch, won the handicap with an actual Jump of six feet -two Inrhea. A world's record was made by a fl ve in "n team from the New York Ath letic club, when It won the on mile relay tn S it 4-t. This Is I 2-t seconds under the record made by the Iiirh American Athletic club team at Celtic park three years ago. , 4 Results from Journal Want Ads IVIHE ORDERS FOR HESEOVATIJS