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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1912.
THREE STANDING OF THE CLUBS National Iiragae. Won I.oat Pot. .Mil .r,M Ni-w York .VI 'lucu,p Illi Fltlsburuh 37 ('iiiclni)iill lit! Philadelphia i!7 St. Lollis -7 Prooklyn 5 lioston :! 1 1 :!(i 4:1 411 4 :i .4 4 . :) s r. .l'imi American Iemgne. Won Lost Pet. Huston 411 2! .'") Philadelphia Hit :'7 .Mil I'hicttKD H'J "' Washington 4! :(1 .."dill Fleveland S4 34 ..',(10 Detroit :i4 37 .47(1 New York IS 4(1 . Jit:! St. Louis lit 47 .L'SS Won Lost Tct. St. Joseph 41 L'S .5114 Sioux Fity H!l It:! .54!i W'ii hit.i 3S 3 . f. 1 4 Deliver 37 ;i.r .514 Omaha 3 SI Des Mollies :;: 34 ..',(17 Topcka L'S 40 .4IJ J.lncoln - 41 .3117 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National 1'hiladelpliia at Karnes). Leaine. Huston. (Two Krooklyn at Samos i. Chicago at St Cincinnati nt ftaines). New York. (Two Louis. (Two games). Pittsburgh. (Two American l.cicue. Cleveland at. Chicago. (Two Raines). St. Louis at Detroit. (Two names!. Hostoi; Raines). New Yi Biuiits). at rhiladelpliia. (Two i k at Wa; hliiKton. (Two Western It St. Jus League. ph. (Two mix City. Omaha games). (Two Des Molne Kamcsl. Wichita at Denver at it s Topcka. Jllcrilll. (Two (Two Karnes). Barnes). Where They Fight Today. Jack Johnson vs. Jim Klynn, at Las Vi'Kas. Ad Wolgast vs. Joe Itlvers, at Ver non, Cal. NATIONAL LEAGUE X York 2-1 II; lirooMyn New York, July 3. New streti hed ils winnilm' streak to I -II. York sixteen consccutie ictoi'ies li- taking a iluii- lilcheailer I'limi lirooklyn today. In the first game Maripiai'd made a new major It ague record in winning his nineteenth straight game of the sea son. He was out-pitched hy Kticker, hut proved strong in the pinches. Nevv York won the second game in the eighth inning when a short passed hall cnahled Slialcr to score. I'"irst game Score: U. II. K. Xew York 2 3 3 lirooklyn 1 3 llattei'ies: Mariiiai'd and .Meyers; ltneker and Miller. Two-hase hit Jlurrny. I'.ase on halls Marquard 5; Kucker 1. Struck out Maniuard j; Huckcr 3. Second game Score: New York Jli'ooklyn Catteries: Ames, Tcsicau son and Wilson; Knet.er, It. 1 1. V.. ..10 !l 1 . . ii 17 r ; Mathcw Kcnt anil Wilson, Two-hase hit Wheat. Three hase hits Moi'mi 2, Meyers. Struck out Aiics 3; Tesrean 2; Knetzer I, Kent 4; Mathcwson 1. I'liiladclpliia H ; IPiston Coston, July 1'hiladelpliia hit Hess hard In the seventh and eighth innings today and pounded out a win over Coston. Score: It. II. K. l'liilailelphia S l.'i 2 Huston a II .' Hatlcries: Cm (is. Chalmers. Sehtillz and Dooin; I less. White and Kariilcn. Two-hase hits Kirke, Taskert, Sir I'nnalil, Miller, Knahe. Thrce-hase hit.-- Sweeney, Lohert, Cravalh. Struck 'nt lless 2; Curtis 2; Chalmers 3; Schultz 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland H; Detroit (i. H'troit, July 3. Cleveland hit op portunely and defeated Detroit. Left Fielder (irancy, of the Cleveland tc un. fell while running to lai'h a shir: Hy and Proke his righ' shoulder. Score: rt. fl. K. 'lev eland S D.lioit 0 Call, ri.-s: K-ihler. Clanding Faster!)-; Works. Lake and St: Tvvii.,:,sc hits Delchanty. L Crinus. Sirm-k out Works 1; 1; K. lil.-r 2. 1 1 1 1 1 2 a nd mage. Oldell. Lake Wiishhigtoii :t-lll: New ork Washington, July 3. Washington w..i both games of the lioulde-header today from New York. Shanks tripi" in the ninth Inning, scored the win tine run in the first game. Fisher was 1-atted hird in the second. I'irst game Score: It- 1 1. K. New York - 9 1 Washington 3 ' Catteries: Warhop and Suet: Viuu-hn nml Henry. Two-hase hits Sterrett. Vauehn. Three-hasp hit.' 'has, Caiidil, Shank. Strui k out Warhop 1: Vaughn 7. Secord K line Score: It. II. F. Nw York 2 fi 2 Washington I IS 1 li.ittf-rii : Fisher and Sweeney. Johnson. Jlnwr ami Ainsmith. Two., lase . its Morgan. Ainsmith. Three base hit .1. D, Johnson 'lllisoll. Struck out Fish 7; Mussor 4. Itosloti ,7: I'hlludclphhi 2. Philadelphia, July 3. I'.y hittim: the ball haul anil takiim advaiit.inc "I tlH' homo team's errors, Fusion won. la-fure (In. name tlirri' wan a bund -D concert nml lircworks anil the world's J i pennant, which was won by lal1, mis raised hy i! two (cams. Phikidel I lie play phiu last era of Hi Score: R. H. K Foston 7 Id riillailelphla 2 5 . Pattcries: t'ulliiis and ''airlKiin Coombs and Lapp. Two-huse lilts Speaker, K. I'dhiis, Lord, Hooper Three-base hit ( laidin r. Struck out I'. Collins 4; Coombs 3. Haiti til St. Louis, July t;amo postpone Uails. 3. Chicane 1: rain. St. Louis WESTERN LEAGUE Denver !l; Topi'liu 0. a, July ::. Denver hit two Topel, pllchefs hard, wlii vincihle with nun Kinsclla was in II Pases, the visii- ors' winning easily. Score: Denver Inn L'lH Topcka (1(1(1 (H)ll Hatt 'lies: Kinsclla H. II E. 122 14 (Kioo i; and Spain' Chapman. mill.-', Williams and Onialiii I: lies Moines I. Inly 3. ( Una h i huri'li seventh and won from Des Moines, id hits in tin Des .Moines. Score: Omaha OKI (100 300 Des Moilles . . . 100 OHO 0(10 Batteries: Hohlnsou and llucston anil Hanson. rt. h. k -4 7 0 -1 r. 2 Johnson, Sioux (Hy H ; St. Joseph I. ux Cily, July 3. Clinching hits, e fifth inning, Sioux Cily forced Slo In til Johnson to n t defeated St. J Score : St. Joseph . . . Sioux ( 'ity . . . Catteries:' ,Ii Co.-sett ; White re, scored six runs and iseph. n. ii. K. 1111 (M12 000 4 1 0 0 20. 1 (HiO (Ml S 1 1 1 IniMi'ii, Crutclier and and (.'adman. (i Hily Wcslern Ihree g; league. mcs scheduled in Die PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Sacramento Score: Portland Sacramento I iatl.-rics: I ligginlmt ha in er; Schwcnck and Kreitze. It. II. K. 1 2 i . (I and 3 .1 Kish- At Los Angeles Score: Los Angeles Oakland Catteries: Tozier, Crooks; Christian, Mitzc It I n. i:. (i I and and Single .Malarkey At San Francisco Score: Vernon San Francisco Catteries: Raleigh Morrow and I Jerry. It. 1 I. K 1 i! 3 . Agi and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis Kansas City 4. At Indianapolis Coliituhus 1. At St. Paul St. Minneapolis Indianapolis Paul G; Milkauli At Louisville Louisville 2; Trie SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Atlanta Atlanta 1; Middle ! A t ( 'hat tanooga Chat tanooga Siriningham I. At Memphis Memphis 4; New cans 1. At. Nashville -Nashville 5; Mi oilicry !l. ABE ATTELL SHOWS E Former Champion Easily Out- Fights Eddie Marino, Seattle Boxer, in Exhibition Fight at Seattle, (Br Miirnlnc .Ynnrmil Ap-IhI IrnPit Wlrfi.l Taconia, July 3. A lie Attell show ed his old-time form tonight hy de feating Kddie Marino in ten rounds of fast hoxing In which the former cli.impion led all the way. Marino retreated around the ring, giving At lell small chance to land effectively. Attell demonstrated that he is in physical condition hy hardly drawing a long hrciih throughout the contest. He landed four Plows to one hy Ma lino and made the Seattle hoy look like a novice In the in-tight dig. The fact that Marino fought a great defensive tight and proved to he game was all that Saved him I rem a knockout. Attell had all of his old time speed and cleverness. Put his ritht hand 'd Mows lacked s'eam Peiause the hand was injured. Milnilaoil knock-out Handall. Cincinnati. July 3. Packey Mc Farland. of Chicago. kno ked out Kddie handall, of St. Louis, in the third round of a s hedulcd ten round hoxiiiK contest at Hippodrome Park lore t. night. McFarlaml far oat-ciass.d the St. Louis Imy. i OLO-TM IN FUST BOUT FIGHTERS FIT FOR BUTTLE TODAY IIT Odds Remain Two to One That Black Champion Wins, with Few Takers for Any Consid erable Sum. TITLE HOLDER OFFERS $10,000 ON HIMSELF Mcadow City Takes on New Life as Hour for Match Ap proaches; Fair Attendance at Best is Outlook, tB" Morning Jfinrnnl ttpecrul IH1 Wlre.1 Fast Las Vegas, July 3. A just- heforo-t he-hat tie spirit in came evi dent ahout Las Vegas today, several special trains hringing ill companies of sport followers. The streets were well tilled hy evening and a solid jam of the curious idled away the hours ahout Promoter Jack Curlcy's office. which was decorated with a tug sign; "Johnson-Fly mi Fight lloadi,uartors." Another group lounged ahout the hotting commissioner's hoard across the square. Little change in the pre vailing odds, 2 to 1 on Johnson to win, was recorded, although a variety of freak hits were offered. These dealt for the most part with knock-downs. Several oilers at long odds that Flynn would not knock Johnson down at all during the light were posted, but they did not scorn to he popular. No notices of "taken" 'followed the primositii us. The popular Petting on the hoard is headed hy the inscription "$lii,(M)(l to $3,000 Johnson wins." This is said to he the champion's own opinion of the prohahilities tomorrow. Packed hy his own money. Johnson added another chapter lo his declaration of confidence today, according to his own .statement, hy telegraphing $n,000 to San Francisco to he placed on himself to win ill tiftecn rounds. The lighters devoted the day to the usual relaxation in preparation for the time, when they will enter the ring at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Flynn was not in evidence ahout town, his hoadipia i ters being located six miles away. Many of the Colo rado man's supporters were aboard the special trains which got in today from Denver, Pueblo and other Colo rado points. These new arrivals started at once toward Flynn's camp and the fighter was the object of much ntitiilion throughout the after noon and evening. Johnson gathered up his si. iff in the morning and was off across the country on a long motor trip, lie has let no day pass Hinoe his nun bines ar rived here without adding a few miles al least to his automobile experiences. lie whirled into town at the end of nis ride today an. I was on view tor some tunc to tne admiring groups on tlie hotel porches. Clad in light colored clothing the champion looked gigantic as he moved among men of ordinary ma in re. While a the hotel Johnson encoun tered liefercc I'M Smith. A brief conference as to the gloves to be used by the champion tomorrow fol lowed. Johnson desired to use gloves manufactured by a firm in whielk lit is Interested and no objection was of fered. The ticket office did a tremendous business today, few of those who came on the special trains having suplied themselves ill advance. The line of ticket buyers kept Curlcy's fonv busy most of the day. The promoter declared hi'iiS'-U' well pleased willi the prospects as to at tendance. He said that a goo. I clim ber of spectators would come in from ranches and mining camps many hours' rifle away. Curb y said he had made a reservation for one de tachment from the cattle country lo the MUith w hh h would come on horseback, Kill strong. A number o! automobile parties arrived today adding t,, the busy ap pearance of the. streets. Quite an army of machines are repotted to b.; enroiite from the north and south, some of them ruining long dl-lances. The street crowds, however, paid more attention t' a dog team guiot d into town by a desert traveler villi his own ideas us to t raiispni tat ion. than they did to the motor cars. Iis Vegas made elaborate prepar ations ;o rare. for the ineoiniri'; crowds. livery private house ai.v w here within hailing distance cf th? town's center was placarded with signs announcing that beds and motls might be obtained inside. i;iimpse through the windows' showed i!,i of cots set up In best parlor, no! more r-i.ts poked into hall corners. From lawns arose impromptu Ion- h counters and the town g' ik rally as- &rr Wank .1 A Iv Ilea v v weight t .loo I I tin W ol M'.. liiiui ion Again sumed a lioMa appearance. At li.al a considerable number of Ihose n!i i arrived today had not Nolecb'.i iu-'.i ipiatters as evening drew on. "W'llel'o ere We going to sleep'.'" was a (iiestiori to be heard on all sides. The I 'nholz- Vim k nm tight tuiiii h cd diversion for the light fans to night ami most, of those in town tramped out to Curlcy's arena to sec the match. The Denver, Pud. I other Colorado delegations, api interested in the outcome ami delegates from fiirlhir away their attention to a inleal ai of the performance. Fvery arriving train tonight to I he crow d in t he sir.'. I -. s cars were piek"d up by iikii'.h in both dir. el "uis and lie- i me:i reporteil many moie i m looked tonight, as if a good crow d would he on tin ml a I I be and red .l.l.d x.-d li a tomorrow even if ' 'in h") s bopi of a "full house" are not r'alix.ril. FIGHT RETURNS AT ELKS' CLUB ROOMS THIS AFTERNOON A ibuijUe'i,iie Lodge Flks has a I ra nged Xo. -10 I, lor III.- l P. P. i-eeipl I' l till of the return:.- , fighl at Las Vog be bandied dirci I onlld by I onia), visit Ihe club I and enjoy a s.-' bear t he ri t uric peoiully for Hie II a W ide. I W a ke org 1 ll.it whatever i paiticipaicd in a Pi-turtis ale op -I lie- Johnson :as this a I term t from lb. ill Ml Fll-s are ;ii i nuns thi.i all' ted to III I i and cil hour or two which vvili I., icl -IS. The Flk ..locution iind In uiig on ' njovi d eil lO I I. 'do, . Mid the 0! I II MURPHY PICKED TO TURN THE TABLES ON BENNIE CHAVEZ TODAY '1 mud. id, i ' Johnny M'liph Ihf filter ilie pion of the I; re. ,:ng loni I i Tiinid.ol I.c.-,. tel noon, VV ise ' . .Inly :;. - With .lid Pi fllli I b.l V . V i 1 , t I ni'V eiL' i h.1 10 - e. Muni li t a i ii stales, i their I,, i, it.. ,i, tlo- 1 1 park t-oiioT i ..vv ii : - ..Te-K are ,.e k llig M ar il" Trinidad tighter. - i.uhl is brisk al ev i n i ' it hsiHiidlnu ' 'le v ' ' phy to Pelting money, three ib -r hoc oil II N n- over Murphy. I be 1 on -v,..-. li-d to spring a sur- 1 . . I'llaVe is KiV lllg OUoN in vv-:Kht 'I'hl'ee IS prise tomol I away ten p.o hiiMdred t.Kbl ni- the 1 fill A I -a 1 1 g.," Trii !d,.d is ! f ii.s are coining to w il f i ..in Dawson. o. I e .en 1 1. v. ..,, a -id follow th..- light. ? ?:i A. tx ti V'w 'Sad ,K ill si i Who Toilav at l as cgas. Dcfcud-i His fide STANLEY FIGHTS Albut ( uoi i no Lihtwoii-'Jit and Boor Champion Put Up Tame' Twenty Round Exhibition in f!iv, f islic Aiona at Veas.1 Hp, rtlll .1 I lU.pnl. ll I. a-' , to thx M '-as. X. irttlnir .Imirnnl.) Al., Julv ;:. linbiiph I I: i I'nl ', 1 1: 1 1 1 1 1 . I. inn- r 1. 1., of Delive of A I bllilt'Ti, II . 1 1 1 1 -1 . lo a ill i ::M 11 . v wi l: tie ; l Mil ore II, rid-. row. I -'. 1 1 1 - a nag led vv as will ish In n ig.-r l..r .1 contest and Willi out dis; Ilia II d tile elvrd id, hi. ( cut iv , le which paltiall) filb I h i III plon .lohic ol ii toniglii's fight. il lb S,,i lal light o pt ion as lili'.v be p. ins. Yi I I'llle n Fill, i II Ihe defensive .1 one or I vv .. ilhlig to tal-.o alt - r champion. hi I. urn bad all He I'd eoli-idellibb '.villi I on I Ihe il-. ! ebam . s V. Ill tile c I best of il ' lili n isi i to.- i l.olz with short arm - nd to the wind tiiol, I 'nhoU rusli, d jabs to th In Ihe r 1 iiiil. on l I and lb,- .' 1 lo I lo loin in an i ha n;.- ll.uifUeliil, .cgli. beilm hi- adv . r. n.th ronid lb. r., i, I and I'd ! -.ol. but came uoi I buck hit lalhl the ri In I'l I., th lor .i till pull I I V . Yoakum, drove w.th b it ' honk and Hied bard VV i i h o It t .- 1 1 c , e v . re slow and lb. leuoh chii, lino , k The I b fl:;bl w bolh ) tiled fl In a Kid W r.on .p. i iri. d I in net I nbolr. nppi at mg i : 1 1 1 t . . ; 1 1 . 1 on. to tie- main event. ! bi H, 111 iUe b I II - Hie liu, ill. III. i t.iloVV. Igllt. knocked Oil Ki ll Hie I 'l-l llllti ii liangi i lor the ill Ill. 1 oil. ill- ,-dv J f. ath.-r. : i.ii.Mi . j Wilh. in. ! fe .ib. r I Did., i j It I. , be an.,, ! ) o.,i.i Alb,, ell. ! Atlib i." I dil. . Id ol Chic r a si h" ii'-v i r .. !ll; ,o ; - ho i r aid that go d at a ,1.1 In :-lle I .el el!, I., of lev v V ; I'll- 1 I I- S.C 'Mi !,eil..h vv ill , date between i be (ought it New Mexico M'llk Lev V IS of the plolliot holz i ,f tonight out. J- - Results from Journal Want Ads 1 --Mr 0 UM HI WITH 0 I WOLGAST IS CONFIDENT HE WILL BEAT RIVERS- Champion and Challenger Laeh l Issue Anti-Rollum State ments on Outcome of To day's Battle at Ve INTEREST GREATEST IN LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST Both Roys Are Confident That Result of Twenty Round Fight Will See Him Returned the Victor, My MurnlllK .lulirniil Hih'cIiiI I i-hnimI Wlri.) Los Angeles, .Inly 3. With a skin I several degris browner than nature 'y.ive him. Hie le.'.Ull of w.eks or ollt ' door work in Hie mountains and on the roads, Ad Woluisl. ihaiupion ; lightweight of the world, showed to il, i.v I hat he was in the prime ol pbvsl i cal condilion and ready to ib lend hi-, nth- when he meets the Cos A modes ' ,M eil a II bo)'. Joe KlV el s, ill the Vi 1- non arena tomorrow aflcrii in a scheduled :'(' round battle. I liivcr.s, loo. was in superb form and ' ileclaled thai lie would sleep ( -Hi is; ll I 1 bllc. a babe, confident that tomorrow lliglll he would go I d the Wot'1.1 s light w cidil ebaiuoioii. Wolga-d retorted in kind in one of the lit mil aiite-bellnm statements, and asserted he had no fear of the unicorn- of I his, his fli-'t bailie ol con.'e i.uciice since he was rtrleketi with ap pemliiilis last fall. Ills confidence .seemed to he shared b a large num ber of Wolg.c-l's admit ers. I le cagi I ly put dow n bets not only that he would w in, but would vv ill In hss than twenty roiuub'. The round hell. -is giioe-cl generally that th" Pont would end belwcn Ihe I well ti, and I it Ici-ni Ii i"aa 1 Hivi is weighed 133 I 3 today and said he would color Hie ring al 133. Wolgasl declared lie would weigh ex actly ISO ringside. C'efclee .1,1, k Webb ill .111 1 11 1 ' ' 1' : ' !'' Fight Returns ii Will be received, direct from the rings j side of the Flynn-Johnson fight at La- r 1 . -II ... 1 . T ,1 f i .. Vegas, right win start at aDOUt z, mis aueinoon New Mexico Cigar Co. 1 13 W. Central Avenue MICH It Easiest In V Y A I F x " - yt . jf -. j fit on any VX'liui (J. U. Umcher Rim f :&:.',) y jr. Just as superior to other tires as Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to other tubes IN STOCK BY Albuquerque Cycle & Arms Co. and Overland Auto Co., Albuquerque, N. H. tation of Ihe rub s today said he vmtid allow hilling Willi one arm free bv Ihe boy who was not holding on. If bolh iiriii holding ill clinches neither would be allowed to send In any short .nm jabs. W elch made his lueanhig char and intimated that a dire penalty aw a it.-d t he one disobeying. The 1 i.oiiii seals in the arena have .ill I ii sold with the exception oftll" Cilleries which were no! reserved. Manager MiC.nev, of the club, stati I the "house" would amount to ahout $ .'- I .I'!'. Wolg.isl is guaranteed I "i.OOO, w it'i a half interest in the moving pictures and Liv. is gets fx.llinl for Ills id : la Willi no picture interest. T.oi preliminaries will precede the mam event. The first will be between Tommy Al a lone) , ail Fngli.'h middle wcc.h'. mid Fob (Ir.ih.ini. of Los An i .do: . tor ten rounds. Pole McVey, one ol Wolr.ist's sparling pii'mrs aid I i. in I'cllon, ol Los Aiigeb s, will meet In (lie second i Hi ! 1 1 1 1 i t i.l c at I ii 'I pounds The first bout will be . ailed pi ..niil Iv al 1 o'i lock, Pacif'e i'o.isl l line. I a II iiik on t he cha mpion -hlti battle was hi ci, to. I. IV with Wolgasl the pub lie choice a I I a I" li. Fai'lier Ihe odds vv. re 3 lo 1 and several large hels were placed at these figure. i. l:iv is men wi re still demanding Ihese odds toilav, but were unsuccessful In lind ing takers. M0RAM AND WILLS TO FIGHT IN JUAREZ BULL RING TODAY (IJt Momlnit .lunrniil Surclul Wlr.) I'll Paso, Tex., July 3. llolh Frank .Mo tan and Dave Mills, the two heavy, weights who ale to scrap It out In H 3U-I oiiml battle in the JiuircK bullring this a I tiTiioon, are ready for the con test. Aloran has made his camp at Mid way Inn, on the count) road, ami has worked nurd. IIHIs Is located at ihe Fly dub In Juarez. He has a spar ring partner named Kid Lewis, who has been specially imported from Dciivir lo practice with (he dlnge. The flchl will begin at 4 o'clock, with two preliminaries and it battle toval. I loth Moran and Mills will weigh in ill about r.iS pounds. CENTRALS WILL PLAY DOVES THIS AFTERNOON The A IbiiMuei'uiie Cenirals will play the San Jose Doves this afternoon nt Lena park, the game being called at 3:30. A good game Is expected. IIS the loams are evenly matched. The Yellow Jackets- will play the Doves on Sunday afternoon on the Hopewell diamond, the game starting a I 3:30. liighl in your busiest season when vou have the least time to spare you arc most likely to have diarrhoea and lose several days' lime, unless you have chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy at baud and take a dose on the first appearance of the disease. For sale by all druggists. Quick Detachable Clincher ELM