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V-'. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. TH3EE ill RUBE WEEKS WILL WOLGAST RIVERS FIGHTERS WORKING STANDING OF THE CLUBS National I.caKae. Won New Tork 37 Pittsburgh . .,..,.26 Chicago 25 Cincinnati . .27 Philadelphia . ....20 St. Louis . . .23 Brooklyn . . ,i...t,14 Boston i .........15 Lost Pcu 8 .822 20 .6!i 21 .543 23 .540 23 .465 , 29 .442 30 '.318 S3 .113 e. Lot Pet. 19 .627 20 .623 21 .596 , 20 .565 28 .472 26 . .469 30 .348 3 .280 American League. won ......... 3"2 . ........33 Boston Chicago" . , Washington Philadelphia Detroit .-,. , Cleveland . New Tork . St. Louis .. ..,.31 i .25 . .23 ..16 ..14 Western League, Won Lost ret .604 .540 .531 .528 .520 .472 .396 .381 St. Joseph . .32 Omaha . 27 Sioux City ........26 Denver '. ...28 Des Moines 26 Wichita 25 Topcka 19 Lincoln . .18 21 23 23 25 24 28 29 28 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National League, St. Louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston. Pittsurgh at New York. American League. Boston at Chicago. New York at St. Lou In. Philadelphia at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Western League. Omaha at Topeka. Lincoln at Sioux City. Deg Moines at Wichita. St. Joseph at Denver. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia, 11; Cincinnati, 10. Philadelphia, Juno 13. In a long, drawn out game, marked by poor work- by the pitchers, Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati. Score: R. H. E. Cincinnati ...013 003 012 10 14 2 Philadelphia .201 001 62x 11 13 2 Batteries: Benton, Keefe and Mc Lean; Brennan, Alexander and Gra ham. Two-base hits Cravath, Hob lltzel, McLean, Mageo, Downey, Bes cher. Three-base hit Phelan. Struck out By Benton, 4; by Keefo, 2; by Brennan, 1; by Alexander, 3. Itorton, 0; f-U LoiiIh. 4. Boston, June 13. Boston batted Harmon freely and won the last game of the St. Louis series. Tyler kept the visitors' hits scattered In all. but tha sixth Inning. Score;. - R.H.E. -Boston ..,.,..021 4)20 01x 6 12 ,0 St. Louis ...,.100 003 000 4 10 0 Batteries: Tyler and Gowdy;. Har mon, Geyer, Sleeln and Bliss. '. Two base hits Blis, Oakes. Three-base hit Klrke. Home run Mowrey. Struck out By Tyler, 6; by Harmon, 2; by Oey -r, 1; by Steele, 1, Pittsburgh. 5: Hrooklyn, 0. Brooklyn. June 13. Marty O'Toole shut out the locals. He had a no-hit came no to the seventh. Hoffman played his first game for Pittsburgh i and fielded well. -v Score: R. II. E. nttsbiirch 000 004 0105 12 1 Brooklyn 000 000 000 0 7,2 Batteries: O'Toole and Kelly; Ying- ling and Miller. Two-base hits. Byrne. Wilson. Three-base hits- Carey. J. Miller. Struck out By . Tingling, 5; by O'Toolo, 3. New York, 3; Chicago. 2. New York, June 13. New. York mado it three out of four from Chi cago. Mathcwson had the better of Chonny. Score: It. 11. K. . . .000 010 100 2 6 1 . . .000 021 00X 3 10 1 Cheney and Archer; and Meyers. Two-base Chicago . . New York Batteries: Mathewson hits Meyers. Mathewaon. Three-base hit Leach. Home run Archer. Struck out By Mathswson, 8; by Cheney, 5. . .. . AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 4; Detroit 3. Detroit, June IS. Philadelphia won from Detroit In the fifth Inning the visitors bunched three hits, in eluding a triple, with a base on balls, and scored three runs. Score: R. H. E. Detroit 100 100 010 3 s 2 Philadelphia ..100 030 000 4 9 3 Batteries: Works and Onslow; Plank and Egan. Two-base hits- Hush, Cobb, Crawford. Three-base hit Oldring. Struck out Works 5, Mank 4. Washington 6; Cleveland 3. Cleveland. June 13. Washington cored the thirteenth straight victory of Us western trip today. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland . ..000 002 001 3 7 1 lashlngton ..020 020 100 6 IS t Batteries: George. Blandlng and Livingston; Groom and Henry. Two base hit Pecklnpaugh. vThree-base hits Turner, George, McEride. thanks. Struck out George .3, Groom . Chicago 3; Hoxlon 2. Chicago, June 13. Playing on a raln-snakcd diamond. Chicago cut Boston's lead down to one full game lT winning. Walsh'a slnele, scoring Zelder, who ran for Bodie. acored have an nA broken ten year YYA I record of leader- lj 1 I 11 ship on quality I J I and service. J the winning run in the ninth. Um pire Sheridan chuBed eight members of the Boston team out of the park for protesting a decision. Score: . . h. jj. Chicago: ......Oil 000 0013 18 r 3 Boston . '.....000 200 000 2 8 1 Batteries: Walsh nnd Block: Col lins and Corrlgan. Two-base hits Fournler, Collins. Struck out WalBh 6. Collins 4. Now York-St. Louis Game Pest Mined. St. Louis, June 13. New York-St. Louis game postponed; ram. WESTERN LEAGUE Denver. 11 St. .Tosciih. A. Denver. June 13. Denver nn tha Iirst game of the series with St. Jo Iseph this afternoon. 11 to 8. r-nmt aays home run- in the seventh with .two men on bases was the feature. To day's game was the sixth straight for uenver. i score: n. H. E, Denver 223 002 S0x 11 1 1 St. Joseph ....101 102 800 8 16 1 Batteries: Kinsclla, Healey and spahr; Chcllctte, Crutcher and Cos sette. ,.. Deb Moines. 5: Wichita. 1. Wichita. June 13.Douglaa allowed Wichita one hit and Des Moines won easily. bcore: R. H. E. Des Moines ...122 000 000 5 6 0 Wichita 000 010 000 1 1 3 Batteries: Douglas and McGraw: Alderman and demons. Sioux City-Lincoln Gome Postponed loux City, June 13. Sioux City- Lincoln game postponed; wet grounds. ToiK-ka-Omaha Game Postponed. Topeka, June 13. Topeka-Omaha gamo postponed; wet grounds. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Los Angeles Score: R. H. E. Vernon 6 13 ,'2 Sacramento 3 9 2 Batteries: Gray and Brown; Baum, Gilligan and Kreitz. , At Oakland Score: . , San Francisco Los Angeles Batteries: Delhi Chech and Broows. R. II. E. .15 1 .371 Schmidt; and At Portland Score: R. H. . 8 12 . 3 13 .Oakland Portland Untteries: Parkins and Mll.e; Hie ginbotham and Fisher. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo: Toledo, 1; Kansas City, 3. At Louisville: Louisville 4; St. Paul, 5. At Indianapolis: Indianapolis, 3; Minneapolis, 2. . ., At Columbus: Columbus, 3-S; Mil waukee, 5-1. : UNITED STATES LEAGUE At Richmond: Richmond, 3; Pitts- burgh, 2. (Only one game.) COLLEGE BASEBALL. ' New York, Princeton, 19. June 13. Yale, 6; IT THREE STRAIGHT Fl Las Vegas Club Defeats Col orado Springs Four to Three, Giving Them Twelve Succes sive Victories. (gpwlnl nixpatrll tte Jimli Jonniiil. East Las Vegas, N. M., June 13. The third and last game today or the Colorado Springs series went to the Maroons by a score of 4 to S. Barr held the leaguers to five hits. Carver, who started the game for Colorado Fprlng. was hit on the hand by hard drive off Mclntyre's bat and had to retire In favor tf Rube Weeks. The game waa the twelfth straight victory for the Maroons. u R. H. IJ. c',.- 100 110 000 3 6 4 La. Vegas ... 110 011 00 4 Finitpriea: Carver, Weeks 8 3 and Bremmell; Barr and Buckles. Summary: Stolen bases V aller. Sacrifice hlta Ambss, Weeks Kills, Ruckles, Mclntyro. Sacrifice fly--Mc-Intyre. Two-base hits tMark. Owen. Barr 2). Three-base hlte M In yre, Double plays Owen to Mclntyre, Barr to Buckles to Mclntyre. In"'"''" pitched By Cursor 3 2-8: by Weeks 4 1-3; by Harr . Hits off Carv-r . rff Weeks 4; off Ksrr 0. fil"lt';,0ru,t-r Hv Carver t: by Weeks I: by I;"" Ba! on balls Off WeekJ 2: Parr I. Time of game 3:05. Lnuir Klrkland and Richards. Olympic Athlotei" Sail Tixlay. New York. June 13. All but four of the athletes aeleeted to represent the United Stat-a in the Olympic gamea at Stockholm had reported to night aa ready to sail on the steamer Finland tomorrow morning. l-p to midnight, tonight twenty of the aupplemental men had PP?"Tdl and reported ready to go. In ill, li athletes had reported ready for the voyage. lijirf-) l- 1Utt Klllrri. i .,k,.n Hl III.. June 12. The motorcycle race meet in pt ogress her fnr two days, cam lo an aumfi this afternoon when Harry Wells. J'-. a local motorcyclist, was klll.-d. W-ll was traveling around the hall mile track at forty-five miles an hour .Kn iii machine akidded and he MARODfJS MAKE TOM LEAGUERS FAITHFULLY FOR IT Training Quarters of Newman and Yoakum Crowded Yes- . terday to See Boys Box; Best Card Yet is Prediction. Never did two boys work harder or more faithfully for a bout, than are Louis Newman, the Denver light weight, and Kid Yoakum, the i n k feated Dallas boxer, who ar Renin? into shape for their aehoduled 20 . . Z t '-sip, STANLEY (KID) YOAKVM. , round contest on Monday evening at Klks theutcr, under the auspices of the New Mexico Athletic club, cf which Mark Levy is the director. Yesterday afternoon tha ndinirers of both boys crowded their respective training quarters and opinion is about evenly divided as to the out come Monday night. Newman boxed yesterday afternoon nt the Capital v-lult, using Jimmy Ikmovun, another lightweight, who Is to appeiir in the scml-wind-up at the furthcoming ard, aa a Tnrrlnir.iarner. Newman Is clever, fast and a willing mixer. In fact, it is doubtful If any fighter who haa appeared hero In sevprul months shows as much real "class" as loep the Denverite. Donovan Is supposed to be a good boy, himself, but he looked like a novice when stacked up against Newman for a uesrlon of sev eral rounds. At Yoakum's camp at the Sunnyslde Inn, in Old Albuquerque, tha Dallas lad went through a gruelling grind of boxing, bag punching, shadow boxing, rope skipping and exercise Vlth the pulleys. The Congo Kid, with whom he boxed, hns a reputation for speed and clovcrnosa, but be failed to muko any kind of a Hhowlng against Yoakum. The latter did not try to open up, either, since, If he had, it would have been nil off with the 'Kid. Yoakum lx of the, rugged, slug ging type. He likes to fight. He Is known to be a glutton for punishment and even though Newman's manages to excel him In boxing, Yoakum expect? to keep tho Denver boy busy when ho gets his liht und 'left punehef to working on I he body and Jaw. Jack Hanley, who Is training Yonkum le not a boaster. Ho says that the fans 'won t bo di:applnl'd in Monday night's imin bout, if Yoakum loans, Hanley wild yesterday, it will be hn- cat:so Newman 1 tne bpj-t mun. Han ley and Yoakum won't have any ct- euaes to offer when tho contest is over. As between the Congo Kid nni Jimmy Donovan, two light weights, who are to appoar'in the main pre liminary of the evening, this bout In -Itself promises to be a fight worth the admlrslon price. Doth boys are al most idetitifal in size, there br ing lorn than a pound of difiercnco between them, while as to heigbth and rench, they vary but little. If at all. Kach boy thinks there will bo nothing do ing for the other, hence a good 10 round bout, if it goes that long. Is certain, VO.l It I'M HAS kviahi: in ton i iv Tin: ui;. Stanley (Kid) -Yoakum has an en viable record in the ring. Hp started -boxing at Oklahoma City, Okla., De cember 21, 1810. He was born May 8, 1890, at Buffalo. N. Y.. and hit nationality Is Krrich-"Hnadian. He If 6 feet, 4 Inchea In height and flghtu at 133 pounds. His record to date fol lowr: J810 Decemi-er J4. Andy Smith, draw, in 9 rounds M Oklahoma City. 111 JaiiiiHrv 1. Charles tfcflon. won. In 6 rounds. at-klnboma City; February tl, Andy Smith, draw, in 10 rounds, at okWhoma City: March 1, rittllnr Oaf. knockout, at OkJ COMIfJGBOL I lahomu City, In 3 rou?in: .vann m. Andy fmlth. draw In 15 rounds, at Oklahoma City; At.ri 14. ltohby WauBh. won on foul In t rounds, at Fort Worth. Tc : May 1. CharUm Hef ton, knockout, in 11 rounds, at Ok lahoma Cltv; Mar . Boh Cody, knockout, at McAleeter. okla.. In I rounds: June 11. Hcotty McMurdock knockout, at Oaiarevllle. Tex., In S rounds: December IS. Jimmy Bibb, knockout, at Dallas. Tex.. In rounds. 1112 January 1, Chsrlev Kraxiet. knockout, at Fsn Antonio. Tex., in 4 round: January 13. Kid Lyons, knockout. et Ialla. Tc In H round: January St. Jimmy Ko!y. draw. In 15 rounds, at Krt Worth: January Z, Jimmy Foley, won In 11 room!?, at Fort Worth; Februarv II. I!inny Ctil!-n. dfew, in 2 round. t Irt Worth: March 1. Ed W liters, ro decision. In la roonda. at Dallas: Ma !S. (hverne ICId. knockout. In 1 rounds, at Albuquerque. 4 Results from Journal Want Ads BE Oil MOID TOMORROW Determined to Revenge Himself for Recent Defeat, Albuquer que's Premier Twirler Go Against Las Vegas, Rube Weeka Is In town, lie arrived last night. Needles' to say this wl;l he good news to every Albuquerquo fan, for it is here, at home, where Weeks i a popular idol an-J where hia abilities as a slab artiHt an ap preciated the most. Better n.nvi st'll Weeks is to pitch tomorrow s game ogalnFt the Las Vegas Maroii'H, arid It is not too much to say that h will "come back" and havi revenga for bis defeat earlier In tho w.3'.. when the Las Vegas team best him In a game played with the 'J.ilorado Springs club of the Rocky Mountain league, of whlc.n weens is n memocr. Manager Dan radllla, of the Uraya. Is alwavs d'.ina: the unexpected, mil when he persuaded Weeks to got a two dnvs leave or ahsen 'e from the Colorado Fprlngs team and come here to pitch one gamo for Cie IkiiIk, he put one over on the Mnroons, f ir It is well known that they w.mld rather face any pitcher In the southwest than Weeks. Albuquernuo f'iis kt.ow liat It la on the Jorl -Ihtmcn.! that Weeks has done his greatest pitching. He works like a machine at home with the fans pulling for him, and tomorrow afternoon he may hang up a record for etrlke-outs and no hits. Ftrnnuo thlnva often happen In the Wseball world. Weeks was signed Inst scacon by Manager Frank lsbell. of the Wichita club of the Western league. He work ed out with Wichita early In the sea son, and thon was farmed out to Colorado Hprlngs. He Is subject lo recall at any time, and since Wichita's pitchers have been going badlv late ly, may soon return to the Western lea true. With Weeks pitching tomorrow, and Harney McGrath on Sunday, twj 'victories for Albuquerque appear In evitable. To trim Las Vegas in tho coming games. Is to put Albuquer que in the running with a winning club this season. It Is sure that Weeks' arrival will mean a record Saturday crowd tomorrow afternoon at Traction park to see the opening game of the series, which will be called at 3:45. Manager Pad Ilia last night an nounced thnt Ixiuis Newman, thn Denver Mr.htweight, and a native New Mexican, will umulre Sunday's game. Newman Is well known hero nnd Im mensely popular, being of Hpanlsh Anierii nn birt h. I to Is an enthusiastic baseball fan and knows the game thoroughly. One thing Is reasonably certain and that is that the players of the two clubs will not care to ques tion any of Newman's decisions. IS Boulder Middleweight Proves Too Fast for Omaha Boy; Piersoji Has Shade Over Sailor Kelly. Br Morula Journal kiMwtai t.4 Win.) Cripple Creek. Colo., June IS. Howard Baker, the Boulder middle weight, was given tho decision over tiuy Buckles, of Omaha, In a 10-round lout her tonight. Tho match was scheduled lo go twenty rounds, but before starling the promoters decided to cut It to ten beraiiHo of the smalluess of the crowd. The exhibition whs a slow one. In the ninth round Haker knocked Huc kles down for a count of eight, and the Omaha boy saved himself from a knockout In the tenth only by clinching. In the preliminaries Char ley I'ierson, of Now York, fought Sailor Kelly to a six-round draw. Pierson had the better of It, but it as agreed that th.i bout was to be declared a draw If both nun were on their feet at tho end. . LELAND STANFORD CREW MINUS RACING SHELL PoughkccpHle, N. Y., June 13. The rowing crew from Lclund Stanford university, after a Journey from Cali fornia to compete with eastern col leges in the I'oughkecpsie regatta found themselves In a predicament toilnv. A year ngo they ordered u Kims shell built In Kngland and it was to have been in New York on tneir arrival here. From all that can ' be learned Its shipment has been de laved in Kngland by the dock strikes. Th-y were dejected today, not hav ing be,-n c n the wnter Tor seven days und they watched the Columbia and Cornell crews nt practice with solemn faces. The Cornell freahmen shell was turned over to the visitors for practice. Coach Courtney, of Cornell, commented favorably on their splen did physical condition. The Cnllfirnlans will row )n the Cornell sln.ll again tomorrow. Get a flag for Flag Day- then you'll have it for the 4th. At the Journal office, 73c. - Mm. M. A. McLaughlin. (11 Jay Bt.. LaCrosse Wis., writea that she suf fered all kinds of palna In her back and hlpa on account of kidney trou ble and rheumatism. "I got some of Foley's Kl-ln-y I'U! and after taking them for a few days there waa a won derful change in my case, for tha psiu entirety elt my back and hips and I am thankful ther Is sueh a medlcln as Foley Kld.iev I'.lla." J. 1L. O Uieliy Co. Get a flag for Flag Day- then you'll have it for the HOWARD BAKER GIVEN DEC SION OVER BUCKLES 4th. At the Journal office, 73c. REFEREE IS TO BE SELECTED SOI Manager of Champion Issues Statement Declaring That Third Man in Ring Will be Chosen Shortly. (By Morning Jnaraat Mpretnl mm Wlra.l Log Angeles, Cal., June 13. "Tho Wolgast-Itlvers fight will positively take place as originnlly announced, and there will be no further dispute over the matter of selecting a ref eree," said Tom Jones, manager of Ad Wolgaat, lata tonight. "The referee matter will be decided within a vary short time, and to the satisfaction of all concerned," contin ued Jones. "Reports of any serloux misunderstanding between myself and the other side are not true." Jones would not Ptato positively wheth r James J. Jeffrie had been decided upon as tho arbiter. . Wclcll nnd Hayes Draw. Columbus, O., June 13. Freddy Welch, of Wales, nnd drover Hayes, of Columbus, fought t.-n rounds to no decision here tonight at cateh wolghts. Both were Btrong at the close. Klks fee Boxing Cnrtl. Cripple Creek, Colo., June 13. The three days "round up" of the B. P. O. E. here ended tonight with a pa rade. Tho final broncho busting con testa were held thla afternoon. Many of the visitors tonight enjoyed the Baker-Buckles boxing cxhiMllon. KID BURNS SIGNS UP TO FIGHT WITH FAST BENNIE CHAVEZ (Hprrlul Cnrrrxpunilenes lo Mnrnlni Jnnrnnl, Denver, June 14. Kid Hums, the original West Hide youngster from Chicago, succeeded In landing a match with Benny Chnvex yesterdny. The bout will probably take place In Albuquerque, June l. Burns has tho reputation of being one of the best mixers In the busl- neHs. He has battled with Johnnv Coulon, the latter getting the shade the bent of the bout. Burns Is now training at Jacobs' gymnasium and Judging from whal the fans say who have seen him In action, he Ih about the fasteat bundle of scientific muscles that ever hit thece parts. Burns in now t-nlnlng, with Ouy Buckles, Charles Pioinoii and George I'auldlono. 'f Jones lrodilciit of Lincoln Hub. Lincoln, Neb.; Juno 13. Kollov.lne I ho retirement last night of Konald C. Derpaln us prefclilcnt of tho Lincoln Imseball club. President o .-sen, wir Western league, today appointee! Hue-h Jones, ucting preil(j.lit of the club. 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Tho const-uctlon of the twelve miles of track between Temecula and Fullbrocik would be but u small por tion of the expense, for the resson that a largo portion of the roadbed , ,--. en i uuihIh. which Is Ihe innetinn with the miiin line In Kan Diego, would have to be reconstruct ed. The track Is now laid with 50 ponnd rail from Klslnore Junction to Temecula and from Knllbrook to Oceanslde. Thla would huve to be replaced with hesvler rail. Between iHlghgrove and Klslnore Junction 111 -pound rail Is down, and this Is light compared with tho 90-pound steel on the main lines. M t K IXSI'KCTS HKI CONVENTION HALL Baltimore. Md., June 13. NBtionul Chairman Mack came lo Baltimore to night and after opening the head quarters of the democratic national committee at Ihe B lvldere, made an inspection of the convention hall. Chairman Mack said tho temporury chilli nianshlp was still unsettled. Ho added: "Wu have talked alaiut Judge Tark. er. 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