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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST 25. 1912.
THREE 1
MARK LEVY AFTER
LABOR DAY BOXING CARNIVAL
THERE
Elks' Theater flSsZTSZ
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
out By Napier, 2; Wellman, 1
Houck, -J.
Monday, Sept. 2 - 8.30 p. m.
Score: Second gamo
Philadelphia ....
St. Louta ....
rt. 11 k.
National League.
Won Lost P
New York SI 3 a .7
7 0 promotei of New Mexl
Batteries - Coombs and Kuan
Powell and Alexander. Two baai
hit Baker. Three bane lilt Wil
liiiniK. Qaae "ii ball Off Powell, 1
C Hi's. I, struck out By Powell
il; Coombs, 1 1 .
letic Club WMe In Now Yoik
Signs Up Tar Who Would
Come Back,
Jack IVIITC
Jack CARSON
Pittsburgh
Phlladi Iphlg
7 ,4 V)
11 .457
14 .443
N
BDU
HELL vs.
American League,
Niw York
Si. LoulS
Won Lost Pot.
S2 36 .titir,
11 74 4.".
da 71 411 .807
S9 BS .r.oi
58 lift ,4K;
r 1: i;k ,441
4 1 75 ,ftS
37 SI .313
Western League.
Won Lost Pel
lloston, s: t Icvcland,
(gpeclnl Dlnpnlili In ihc Mm mm Jour tint. 1
Boston, Aug. 24. Boston stiffen-1 New York, Aug.. 84.- A buttle he
ed lis bid tor pennant honors andltWeen Tom Ki,arkev. erstwhile sailor
" n 1.1111 won nis thirteenth stralgm i
game in defeating Cleveland. It wi
Wood's twenty-eighth victory of the! heavyweights vl
ind
I . on
Bt. Joseph
Lincoln . .
ltoi Moines
.til 84 ,481
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
National League,
Boston al Chicago.
Brooklyn al St. Louis.
Philadelphia al Cincinnati.
American League,
No games scheduled today.
Western League,
Denvi r al Lincoln,
W ii hita hi Topeka,
Pious ( 'ity al St. Joseph.
Otnuhu ai Dos Moines,
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New Vork, Pittsburgh, 'i.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 34. New vm i,
today played the last game of the
season in Pittsburgh and won. For
six Innings not a visitor reached first
base, in the seventh, however, they
ro( iwo singles and a ii run, giv
ing them three nms ami the game,
liersog made a triple In the last In
ning, but d was of mi value, as he
was I' ll on third, Doyle's grounder
i need over Miller's head for a
single in ihe seventh, Becker went
"ui on a foul in Qlbson, Murray
dropped the ball into center field r.n
a sing!,, ami then Merkle put the
ball over the wall tor a home run.
basing Murraj and Doyle across the
plate ahead of him, Pittsburgh
scored In the flrel inning. Carey
roi a single, reaching second oti ai
nimble by Snodgrass and came home
mi a single by .Miller. Wagner
stored In Lho sixth, hitting for two
bases, and went i" third on a single
bj Mllli r, The latter stole second, I
and "inn Meyers threw to Heraug to
. uli h Wagner at third, the ball w i nt
Into I'll field, Wanner gjjng home. i
I season. Boston hammered Gregg for ring, and Tommy Hums, once the
seven runs ami he was replaced In hehvywelghi world's chamnion
the fifth inning i,y Kaler. Olson was UUr Marvin
pui oul ..I the game n the first in- , , ,.,.,.
ning for arguing. Ball was forced to ,,, ai,i hl ' , !vnu, Mnr
retire In the sixth Inning ami will Levy ,,iw.tor of the New Melco
ne oui .if he game some time with Atlilett club uf ubunueraue . m.,
a f,ner- ,, ,, pr see i" stage. Levy, who has
''' Ft. H. K. .,.M (n x,. Vll.k lhl. pugj
Boston s ii 3 weeks, has secured Sharkey's sig-
CleyeUuul 4 7 :. nature to H conirBci in meet' Burns
Batteries Wood and Cadyj Gregg, .,, Albuquerque, and Ibe New Mexico
Kaler and O'Neill. Two base hit fight Impresario is now negotiating
Hooper. Base on balls Ofi Wood, Uy wire with Burnt In an etforl to
3; Or egg, 4 Kulcr, 2. Struck out g.u the redoubtable Tommy to con
By Wood 8; Gregg, I; Kaler, 2. ,., 1,, ,, meeting win, Hharkey. I
i.,y hiu creuted unite a furore In
New Vork, 7: Chicago, a. New York sporting circles Blnce he
New Vork, Aug. 24. New Vork has been here. He lias patronised all
evened up the series with Chicago the fight clubs liberally, never miss-1
bj winning today's game. Chase ing an of the cards at Madison I
stole inmie in Hie seventh, Square Harden or the St. Nicholas.
Score: R. H. E. Athletic club, and being conspicuous
New Vork 7 II 2 al the semi-weekly I'. nils as a ring-
ChScagn 1; 13 i sl.le spectator, Levy is the one who
Batteries Ford and Sweeney; Introduced the fight game in the new
White and Schalk, Two base hits state and he u.is t' those men
Collins (2), .eider. Schalk, Mat- Honed for referee of the Johnson
tick, Three base hit Chase, Dou- Flynu buttl on Ihe Fourth "i Jul) al
h!,. plays White, Weaver and Col- Las Vegas, escaping by a hairs
ling. Base "ii bulls Off Ford, 3. breadth from being mixed up In that
while. 1, struck .ail -By Ford, 7; monumental take.
White, 2. The New Mexican is bj no means
new in the metropolis for ho used to
Detroit-Washing gi Bched- VB in Br,)UByn, ,,,, n wus there lu
Uled for today played yesterday p I his younger duys that he got the box
accotinl of President Moycs' funeral. inK fever beinn it one time as clever
with his hands as m.'si anj "i the
of El Paso of Denver
In the Main Event - Classy Minor Events
Mitchell Challenges the World at I 58
Carson is Champion Middleweight of the Rocky Mountain States
Auspices New Mexico Athletic Club
General Admission $1 Choice scats $1.50 and $2 Ringside $2.50
i
WESTERN LEAGUE
Lincoln. 112; Denver. 2.
Lincoln, Ann. 24.- Lincoln batter
landed hard and often on Pitcher
Rnmcy, winning the opening game'
from Donvor, Hagerman with fault
less support, was never In close quar-l
Spore: R. II. E.
Lincoln . .. oil 314 20x 1 2 1 7 p
Denver 000 010 001- - i -I
Batteries Hagerman ami Strat
ton; Barney and Sjtahr. Three base
hlti Cole, Barbour (2), Two base
hits- Mullen. 1, Lefl on bases !
Lincoln, 7; Denver, St. den I'as.-s
Berghammer, Mullen, . Lloyd,
Coffey, -'; Leonard, struck out By
Magerui.in. 7: llalney, -. Mases nil
balls Off Hagerman. I; Kinney, f. ;
mi by pitched ball Hagerman, Wild "Everytl
pitch 1 tagermu n.
featherweights,
Regarding the proposed Sharkej
Burns match, I5d i Jurley, sporl w rltt
for the New Vork Journal says.
SALEM RACES ARE JOHNSON WILL NOT CARLSBAD ARGUS TO
RESIGN OFFICE ADO LINOTYPE 10
HE SAYS
STRONG OUT ON
Fl
L
DAY
ek
1 1
ITS EQUIPMENT
Pittsburgh
New Ynrk
1 1. Joseph. :': si.iux ( ity,
e. st. Joseph, Aug. '.'i. st. Joseph
It, .. .; defeated Sioux City iii a tculnning
., - ni pitchers' battle between Thomas and
i; n 'Brown, 'riie jn 1 1 ii- forced In the
Cilleries -Camnits and Gibson, Si- r. a ",.. ,.
inon; Wlltse, Matllewson and Mey- Score: R. H. E.
. is. Two base hits Wagner, But- Sioux City. . 000 100 001 02 I
ler. Three base hit Hersog, Pome St' Joseph., Inn 000 001 1 3 ii '.'
inn Merkle. Base on halls Off Batteries- Brown and Chapman,
Camnltx, l; Wlltse, :'. struck out Thomas aim Gossett. Three base
Bj Adams, 3; Wilis.-, l; Mathew-1 hits Kelly, Lynch (2). Two base
son, I. I hits Clarke, RetUy. Sacrifice hits
f Meyers. Struck out By Thomas,
si u ? Hr.wtklvn a ! la. Brown, :s. Base on balls ofi
si. Louis, Aug. 24. -The wlldnesa
"i tin Brooklyn pitchers, togethei
"Mi i y extra base hits by the lo
cals, gave st. Louis tiiis afternoon's.
(tame, Willi the bases lull in 111.
sixth, Phelps tripled, giwug the is-
' " .M. lines. Tl
. 1 int. i . . 1 1 . r.
you don'l believe It, ask Mark Le
ihe ttghl promoter .d Albuquerqu
N. M. .Marl, was in town yesnrda
and hunted un Sharkey.
"You bo the fighter Sharkey '." p
Markle started. nCl.
'Sure! ' blurted the philanthropist.
"Wunl i" tight in Albuituerquo
with Ti lu Bums'" persisted m(
Markle. Sub
I'll fight in Elmhursl or any Cr,.Ut
place," shouted the excited tar.
"Then sign them articles," de-,'"'S"i
inanded Marki,. Levy, ' until
Sharkey signed and then opened well p
f, w bottles; Itenlay
is new reauy for me hiM tj
i big fight," said Levy last eyening. ,
"provided I can get Tomiii) Burns t , .';,,,'
tlgn." i 7,i,,i hi
or txtra ne
io Events, 0
Off by Jut
. Brokerti
jq- unieT txecuiive 01 uaii
Are Stmts 01 I ong Cam
No Tour in East While R
volt is in West,
K, M
y
oi William T, Reed Belie
Keeping Abreast oi
me's in Publishing oi We
Newspaper,
I I" lam II In
s " land "11
Journal i lul i .-r.l Wlrr.) I (llj Morning Juurnnl Bgectnl Leased Vlr,v ' gprrlnl CorrssiMinAsnes in Msratsa JasH
ass,, Aug, 21. The grand San Francisco. AUK. 24, In a Cat lsb.nl. M Aug. 24, A llnn-l
will I"' added I,, lb,, all'ea.hl
ilicr l
I ,
il ' pped office of
. il Ij ,1.1 . lb" "Id, I
111" super.
v jrork. This tn
the carlsbud nr
111! NT l 1 1 )'
DEAD
RINCER
FOR
CHAMPION JOHNSON
BOXES MITCHEL
L
wner for ill" last fifteen yi
full, ii edited Hie paper I'
I WS based u
pie thai no water
should I nil. led
ii i" rei ompensw
i sum" proportion,
give til the Ala-
lanj ibe rlghi to
s ibe Coosii river,
Wettmipka, via.
Double play Thomas l
'at
Omaha, I; Dcs Moines, :s.
Dos Moines, Aug. 24. -Omaha too
the first game .. the local series in f,1;nr(nn Tnilc t,, Ql'inrl lint
V.ICIIVUOIWII I tlllO tv OKCIU IIIU
iin-inning contest, defeating D
ains were tied in the I p ff ,1n.l HlllR
nvvever. Veritable Giant f
and
Sec
yn 3 lu
cries Bailee and Wing.
Kinlzii, Curtis and Phelpl
ase hli -Evans. Three bus
Cohey, Mauser. Phelps. Doubl
Pis her tn Cutshaw i" Dan
Base en bulla-Stack, I : !ui
Sallec, i ; k netzer, SI rue
tenth decided the result,
Sere: 1(. H, 0.
Des Moines ooo 101 001 0 :i 8 i
I Mini ha . n I il ill a mil 14 I 5 I
Batteries Hueston and McOraw;
Hail ami Johnson. Two base nils
Hall, Wetsell, Curtis, Nlehoff, L -
aid. Home run Nlehoff. Struck
"in Bs Hueston, 2: Hall. 6.
Round,
! llllC II. .
lu mpu l I.
Wichita, IS; Topeka, I.
Topeka, Aug. 84, Wichita
on Mitch,
halllnu R
hi
.lark
k .li.lllisen
er. didn't i
red Topeka's pitchers for nlneteenlth
fe hits and w on easily, w i
Topeka
Wichita
Hatha ie
Smith: 1 1
I'liiladi IpblH, l : ( 'Incinnatl, 0.
'iiiclnnoti, Aug. 24. Rtxey w.
ble today and Phlladelph
il mil Cincinnati. Fromms w
I'ctlvo except in the third innin
ii Loherl tripled and Cravat hi
-I'd. after Mag.e struck out, put
g over Hi" winning run.
K. II. r.. . have made a Im m ., nun li.-l i
forma nee.
lul i.l. Inhia .1 ;, 1 " .. ,, ,. , ., , ,,. ,, ,-. Mm h.-ll Un il liiiished un his b"
tterles-ffrromme, Suggs and ,;,,,,,', . ,,i:iv -Cochreh'an t.. Walsh to i1"" w"1' ul Stern, the local ligh
in. Kixey and Kllllfer. TWO ftarttwr" Lee to Walsh. II, Is- - ''-'' b,i g;ue bun a gi."d W...I
bin. Maisans. Walsh. Three , .,,ir:, . ft! B innings; Coch- ,V ' , , !"
"I' i Dotthle Play r"han. 8 In 4 ihntngs, Base on bails I ;-" 1 '"' 5'?? J MJ
Ixel tn M. Lean to I'.gan. Base . . .. r,)ehrehan. 8: ivrrv. ""' '',,xing gam, ami wiern is in
Sirm k out Cochran, 4; Perry, 3. 1 . mHhty Well of the bieal Ib
ami savs u lib in r hnnilllnir I
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE ham, . ,
Boston, 'i ; 4'hlcag.i. I.
:I, "liamii"ii aiul after
I :. II. B. and a half "I rather strenti
(nia luui no I - I I :;llng with Milehell, the coin
Mil (120 124 lfi I ! lull While hi bulled he en
ichran, Cochrehan audi the fans In great style, pn
and Wacob. Three has.
I a Is 12), Koerner, Pcttlgrew
base bils -Smith, llais. Cilia
Mcc, Wacob i J ,. Pettlgrew i :. I
SAN JOSE DOVES TO
PLAY JAMES P. LEE
BASEBALL CLUB TODAY
I 1 1 m hnian W in- II ill "plan, lia
Who Do You Favor for President ?
The M.
the Ii" I'
prints a hni
1 1 1
i h
curl lb" choice i
. for Urn prosideiic,
Ibe tlOX "U ih. doll
ami m ill nr hand
hoi isi t i i : (I'rogri n.
'. I T ( Itepilllll. an )
H llA- )N i I '. i i "I )
i ii w in i ProlilliltlniHMt)
Til" V "I" I"! the VII rll
ili" Journal and PI inn d I
ff from me, ::. struck
ixev. I. Promme, 4;
1 1
games behind New Ynrk. ! porlbmd
iders won their contest Sacramento
burgh. The visitors hunch- Bgtter'es llarkm
is .iff Lavender and Tonsy. I Qilllgafl and Kn it.
tied in line form, strikinaj
men. thr .f them inj At r ,,s Angelica -
The batting ..f Baler, I srire
la. kson featured.
hnl
Lav en. ler. Toney ai
r and Kling. Tt c
Klrke, Sweeney. Thri
rke. Double pla Eve
is, s en balls Iff Tj b
l. Struck out Bj Tj
al ball -Kllng.
M Pn i- .1,,, k , 'a , stiii would I' avo H.-nw r n
H B B. day On Albuquerque. i'nleiis hi
s W '-' si.,.s iii Trinidad for a day. In
i r srioulri active tomorrow evening,
and Plsher; I With the big boui bui a ", "k "ff
inieie-t in ii is becoming market!
thai ever nvltnessed a trd " th.
arm; I!. II. K. New Mexico . t . Tin middlewelgh
llaklatlil '-' 'i lib, tile will I the best .aid ever if
H U B- Los Angeles 1 I J fercd lij rjlreetoi Levy.
. 4 I al latteries Abies and Rohrer: I
.8 14 2 Halles and Brooks, PIIRI IC. INVITFD T(1
R. II. K, I
TH0MPS0M COLTS WILL.
PLAY BERNALILLO TODAY
feature pictures 1 600 Tires
I
BEING SHOWN AT
I, tin l!el nalijh, di ml. The Colts
He Confident Hint lie will bring
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Batter lec Brarkenrtdgw ;i"i k
h. linker H-nif, Aimt anl Berry.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
i .Milwaukee Milwaukee I
WATCH SPEED BOYS
AT PRACTICE TODAY J0HMS0N MAY MEET
JEANNETTE IM FRANCE
THE ORPHEUM
FRESH STOCK
Niinu-' and Serial Number On
To be sold week commencing
week Aut. 2tb.
The nubli" is imited n
razees on Laimr da and in ihe evettl
which n in l. pulled iff .luting ih
fair, spend ib. uuiining running
an 'in. I tin- track. Tin ban an
,1 promoter .t t,riz.
. arrived here tods
, l .la i i; Johnson
Jeannt'tte in a 14 n
lUaetieillg till' tb - two Sen
s of rocea ! world's rhamfilti
lirolllld the half mile Ira. 't at th I I nil
nark faster than an-, aim. could da It Pugh,
il f,ir He
la hi is Ii
Tronii)
Jsmes a.
. ' beat I lis
Lhdadelitliiii. .. SJt. 1Mb, S-1. I
' nuadciphia, Aug. :. PMIadel-1 Columbus, ::.
ilef eat ed si UsnU m both! ., Minneapolis Minneapolis,
"f a double header. In the Indianapolis, B-4 Second gam
'"si game Napier Mn.l Wellman .e n' inning.
Ml bard, while ,!.,uek was effective.; V S1 pal Si. Paul. 4: I
ibe second Kame t'noinbs and in,.. f,
"ll had a battle, Ihe former j t Kansas tin Kansas Cil
s i ikinn nut , le en batsmen. i Toledo.
s.hiu!m,ph!a. ; SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Batteries Houck and tssMi Na- Xulwsnil i r..tiict OMUMkia. rect
I 'ler, Wellman and Kritehelt Two1 .t Sew Orlsana Wew Orleans. :.i Norwich, Conn., Aug. Eddie T'ai
bit- Prate Thri' has.. hit- M.on.his a li'lark. "! suiing'iild. retained his Fill
Shotten, Maker. Strnnk, Lapp, llt-il At MontgomTJI 'MonlgulSiery, 6; t'tl. of niliSllsl rrottuet .haii.;.u ni In bU "''i. . lion I,, tb. I' ReHanee II i i "
ring. ftonble plays - llaker t Unas-1 Atlanta, I tb- .losing play of the annual tourn- l.,ic.g declared Ih. 'be
'"UHlL RaSe on i.all lf Nattier.! At lllriniiiKli.no PlrmfagtUUn, -. : am-tf her tonight. 'Us broth-t. chnrec the- sr.. v. a i t r-'ubirlv en- Jj-y
Wellman, 1 Bouck. :.: Struck "CtwtuuioogSL j. ' liaroij Clark, captured econd phsce. tercd. 3
Mr lien pi
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