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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE-9, 1313. ' tflKEE
lr" " TilnTill TTIPP ni lUllinliiini niOT mil i iinTlrinnT mur Tnni' ....... IM THP WHRI H CDADT iHlnLLIIUD .LHIiriuWULurlul WILL NUI Mild I bHIVIL IUUA11 wuKmut- A ; pfmhmhtwhihuic FIGHT DUNDEE; OF MfJftll i! STANDING OF THE CLUBS National league). Club. Won, Lost Philadelphia 2T 12 New York 23 IS I'.rot'klyn 22 18 Chicago 2 22 jMtti burgh . ..' 22 n ,-t. I.uuls 2U 2fi llnU'il 17 24 c'inciunutl 17 2 Auicilcun League. Club. Won. Lout Hiiladclphlu 35 10 Cleveland 34 13 Washington 2i 21 Chicago .... 2ti 23 1 ;oM cm 2H 2 4 Rctroil . 1 31 t. I.ouis 20 3 3 Now York 10 31 Western 1 ahi uo. I'ct. .t2 .561 .550 .522 .4HS .435 .415 .370 Vet .77H .723 .543 .531 .405 .280 .377 Wt. .!! .625 .643 .542 .468 .457 .413 .255 , ivt. .597 .531 .485 .475 .463 .441 WIUUtE THKY I'liAV TODAV. National Ix-ugue. Hii.stun ut St. Houlr. Philadelphia ut Cincinnati. New York at Chicago. Hrookiyn at Pittsburgh. American Ix-agiie. Chicago at New York. SI. I.ouis at Philadelphia. Detroit ut Washington. Cleveland at Hoston. 4- I XATIOXAL LKAUl'E Chicago 'i; Now York I. ''hicago, June 8. Manager livers' .-tiate?y In the tenth InnlnK today. Have Chicago a 2 to t victory over Xcw York. Archer opened the final innitiK with a double to left und In rlldiiiK into second base, Injured hi. ankle and Miller, u utility player, was sent In to run for Archer. Smith then followed with a Texas leaBUer to ri(ht and Miller pulled up at third. ..oach then Krounded out to Merkle, Smith taking second. Kvers followed with a Cincinnati base hit to Merkle, but .Miller slid under Meyers with the win ning run. The game was a pitchers' battle btween Tesreau and Smith, with honors slightly in favor of the former. Zimmerman was struck out three times by Tesreau, who fanned a total of eight, while Smith struck out five. Score; It. 1 1. K. Chicago ... 001 000 000 1 2 6 0 New York ..010 000 000 01 7 2 Hatterles: Tesreau and Meyers; mith and Archer. .Summary: Two-base hit Meyers, Archer. Three-base hit Meyers, Kv ers. Double play Meyers to Doyle; Zimmerman to Kvers; Kvers to Saier. liase on balls Off Tesreau 5; off Smith 2. Struck out liy Smith 5; by Tesreau 8. Umpires O'Day and Kms lie. llostou 5; St. Louis !. St. Louis, June 8. liy bunching hits in the third Inning. Hoston obtained a lead over St. Louis that the locals could not overcome und the visitors won, 5 to 3. The locals scored their only runs in the fifth when a pass, two singles and a sitcrifice fly netted three runs. Score. It. 11. K. Hoston 00 3 010 001 5 7 0 St. Louis .... 000 030 000 3 10 2 Hatterles: Rudolph and Kariilen; nriuor, Perritt, (.lever and McLean. Summary: Two-base hit McLean, 1 lugging. Three-base hit Devlin. Home run Titus. Double piny Con nelly to Devlin to McDonald. Base on balls Off Uriner 3; off Oeyor 1; off Itudolph 2. Struck out Hy Grinor 1; by Porritt 1; by Rudolph 4. Umpire Hi'ennaii and Eason. Philadelphia 2; Cincinnati I. Cincinnati, June 8. Alexander's excellent pitching enabled Philadel phia to win from Cincinnati today, 2 to 1. Suggs kept the hits scattered and "as given excellent support. Packard, who twilled the final inning for Cin cinnati, was wild, but pulled through the inning without allowing a hit. Score: H. IT. f!. Philadelphia ..100 010 0002 9 2 Cincinnati ....001 000 0001 4 0 Hatteries: Alexander and Killefer; Suggs, Packard and Clark. Summary: Two-base hit Becker, Lobert, Magee, Killefer. Double play Doolan to Lobert. Rase on balls ff Suggs 3; off Packard 2; off Alex antler i. struck out Hy Suggs 1; by Alexander 4. Umpires Klein und Orth. AMFJUCAX ASSOCIATIOV At Milwaukee Milwaukee 4-9; Minneapolis 0-0. At Indianapolis Indiuna'.'olis 6; Toledo 10, At Louisville Louisville 4; Colum bus 9. At Kansas City Kansas City 3; St. i'aul 2. ! NOUTirWESTEKX LEAGUE I Tacoina 1: Vancouver 7. Seattle-Spokane gunie postponed: lain. Cluli, Won. Lost lii aver . . ( 3 2 14 M. Joe h 30 18 Lincoln 25 21 Omaha 2li 22 i,6 .Mi lues 22 25 Sioux City 21 25 Topeka 1 27 Wichita 12 35 1'ttclfic Ciwt league. Club. Won. Lost I,us Angeles 40 27 Oakland 34 30 Sail Flanclsi (i 33 35 1'ortlalid 2 32 Venice 31 3t Sacramento 26 33 IH-iivt r 3-1: UMilta 2-3. Denver, June 8. liciiver won both games of u double-header today from Wichita, by hard hitting. In tile first Kami'. Kill was relieved by Imrham, Ufore an out was made In tv first Inning. In the wound, King kept his hits wvll scattered. Score: First gume -- ' R, JI. K. Denver 210 000 000 3 10 1 Wichita. 010 000 Olo 2 8 2 Hatterles; Schreiber and Spahr; Fi lls, Durliaui ami Castle. Nummary: Two-base lilt Castle, Spahr, Kooiner. Struck uut Hy Schreiber 4; by liurliuin 4. Rae on balls Off Schreiber 1; of Kills 1; ott Durham 3. Double play Rapp to Hughes; (Juilb'ii to French to Fisher. Umpire Colliflowor. Score: Second game 1!. II. K. Deliver 001 O'.'O (Us-4 13 1 Wichita 002 000 001 3 7 1 Hatterics: King and Spuhr; Stolg.r and Waeob. Suminury: Two-base hit Coffey, Wiieoh, Stelgor, Cassldy (2), King, ijuillen. Struck out Hy King 1; by Stelgor 6. Kane on balls Off King 1; off Stelgor 1. Double play French to Fisher; Stoigor to Wueob to Hughes; Channel to Quillell. I'lnplle Colliflowor. ' Omaha ."; IU-h Moines l-l. timilui, June 8. oinuhu took both liiiuira of a double-header here today Irom Dcm Moines. The locals bunchid hits hi the eighth and ninth Innings of the first Kame und came from be hind winning 5 to 4. The swiiij Kame m won by a score of 6 to 1. Score: First game 11. II. K. Omaha 000 001 0225 14 1 Des Mollies ...102 OoO 100 1 It T. ! lotteries: I inson and Apjjlcgcte, Johnson ; Peters, Kob Rogge anil ; Sleight. Summary: Two-base hit Fxreii! Threc-lase tjit Leonard. Doubl-.; play -Kane to Justice to Schipke. Struck cut Hy Applegate 6; by Pete.H 1; by Hobilison 1; by Kogge fi. Mw on balls Off Applegate 2; off Feteis 1; off Itogtfo 1. Umpire Segrlt. Scon . Second game K. H. K. timuha 200 001 12x -i 2 Des Moines ...W0 010 0001 6 2 Uattorles: Uobinson und Joanson; Fa her and Sleight. Summary: Two-base hit tfleijjht. Double play lteilly to An.lrias to Jones. St -uck out liy Robinson I: 1 1 . y Falter !0. Ilase on balls tiff rtoblnton 1; off Faber 4 . Finpire ISegrlst. ji. Josci.li 3: Sioux City Sioux City, June 8. I'itchers Dcch b r and Dodo staged a great I attic on the mound today, the former shad ing the Sioux City youngster by hold ing the locals scorelesf. Doyle had a bad Inning the first, v hen two scores were made off him. Tho vis it! rs .cored i lie mole in the fiiih oii a single, a ba.lt and an error. Score: Sioux City 000 oOO 000 0 6 3 St. Joseph 200 010 0003 8 0 Batteries: Doyle and Kapp; lloeh ler and Ketter. Summary: Two-ba.-:e hit Callahan, Uesterzil. Smith. Stolen banc!: wil ling. Double play Doyle to Cr.llu- ' han to Smith to Woolums. Struck out liy Hoehler 13; by Doyl; !0. liase on balls tiff Hoehler 1; -'ft Doyle 3. empires o'Toole and Sig ler. Lincoln 2-:!; Topoku Topeka, June 8. Topeka tad Lin coln divided a double-header today. The visitor? won the first in spile of the fact that Richardson allowed only one hit, a double by Manager Mullen, which scored Lloyd, who had walked. The only other base on balls is.'iued In the game by Richardson developed into the winning run when Richard son threw wild after fielding Knr.pp's bunt. Roth pitchers were hit hard 111 un. mvoMM n Score: Fiixt game R. H. ).-. I Topeka 000 01)1 lino t 5 3 ! t i i., mi I OHO 100 2 1 1 : l.l IO. oiu Hatterics: Richardson and McAllis ter: Tuckey and Raker. Sunimarv: Two-base hit Mullen. Rase on balls off Rldiard-'on 2; off Tuckey 3. Struck out Hy Richurd son 2; bv Tuckey 4. Umpire An- son. Score Topeka Lincoln colid game R- H. E. 400 010 10:: 6 1 2 4 . ... 101 01 0 0003 1 Hatterics; Reynolds unu cresi. ui xerton, Dessand and Carney. Summary: Home run Cochran. Two-lase hit-Rapp (2). Forsythe. McUirry. Double play Rapp (un assisted): Howling to Lloyd; Cobb to Mullen; Lloyd to Dowiing to Mullen. Haso on balls Off Reynolds 1. Struck out-Hy Reynolds 4. Umpire Anderson. SOCTMCK.V LEAGl'K - At New Orleans Memphis 2-4; New Orleans 4-0. At Nashville-Nashville Birm ingham 6. At Mobile Montgomery - Mobile game postponed; rain. UNION' ASSOCIATIOV Salt Luke 10: Ogden II. Uutte-llelenu game postponed: rain. Great Falls 5; -Missoula I. I eland-Stanford H: Kelo . Toliio, June J Lelalld-Stanford junior university baseball team today ; defeated Kelo university by a score of ' S to 0. The Americans made fifteen ; hits and the Japanese two. Error were plentiful, each side making four. Hobhv Waugli Heals .lorry Murphy. 1 St. Joseph, Mo., June 8. Hobby Waugh. of Fort Worth. Texas, was i riven the decision over Jerry Murphy. I of Indianapolis, in a fifteen-round 1 boxing contest here today. The decis I ion was unpopular. I Try a Journal Want Ad, Results. " n n lln n P I . AUSTRALIAN TEAM CONFIDENT IT WILL WIN TENNIS CLASSIC (V MOftNIN JUUONAk IMCIAk LtAtBO !) New York, June 8. Three mem bers of the Australian lawn tennU team, s. N. Uoust, the captain. A. II. Jones und K. W. Hicks, the manager, npeared at the courts of the West Side Tennis club today jubilant over their Mctory ostcnlay In the doul le ol the Davis cup international scries. I must was of the opinion that the lain hail not changed the result in any way. lie thought It had handicapped one side as much hs the other. Hicks would not make a stutement, but his converaion with members of th club Indicated Hiat he und the Aus tralian captain thought alike on this point, Doiist did not get into action, as be U scheduled to meet Mcl.oughiin, the American champion, In the first sin gles matches which uill close the ln let national series tomorrow. Jones and Hicks tried a session at mixed doubles with Mls.-es Alice and Frances Campbell. The (iicstlon wan up as to whether Jones should be substituted for Hor ace llice tomorrow in the last of the singles matches against It. NorrlK Williams. It was decided that prop oily he could not take the place ol Itice. The change only could be made If McLeughlln won his context against Doust, which would give the Ameri cans tho third and winning point of the rup competitions. Should Mo Loughlin win there Is a slight possi bility that the change may be per mitted as a courtesy, so as to allow Jones a showing in singles, a thing that was prevented because of his Ill ness. There Is pro-peot of fine tteulher and the courts have been In perfect trim for the finals of the cup matches which will decide whether the Amer icans move forward to the next round of the elimination contest to decide what nation shull be the challengers of the Hlltish Isles. Die holders of the world famous trophy. EDDIE MORRIS IS MATCHED TO FIGHT WILLE AT JUAREZ Kddie K. Morris, a colored heavy weight, who has been here several weeks doing light training, yesterday announced ho had been matched to box John Wllle, the Chicago negro heavyweight In the Juarez, Mexico, arena next Sunday, June 15. Wille will arrive in Kl I'uso some time this week to complete training for the mutch. Morris will go to El 1'aso Friday or Saturday. llotli men are well known fighters in their class. Each has fought some of the best heavyweights In the game and have long been rivals for pugilis tic laurels. For this reason the coin ing match is expected to be a good one. JACK HERRICK AND RUFE CAMERON BOX TWENTY-ROUND DRAW IBV MONINO JOURNAL PIClAL LgASKD WIRII Juarei Mexico, June 8. Hufe Cam eron, a negro heavyweight from the Pacific coast, and Jack Ilerrick, A middleweight of n Chicago ooxlng school, fought twenty spirited rounds to a draw in the bull ring here today. Cameron appeared bested slightly on form, but gave Derrick telling pun ishment over the kidneys. "Austra lian Hilly" Smith, former welterweight champion, was the third man in the ring. KID PAYO, EL PASO BANTAMWEIGHT, WILL WORK WITH DUNDEE The 101 Paso Times has the follow ing sport note of Interest to local fans: "Kid Payo, who claims the ban tamweight championship of the south west by deefatlng Spider Moffat In Juarez, will soon leave for other fields, having coiniuered all of tile uspirauts in this neck of the woods. "Payo will leave in the near tuturc for Albuquerque where he will enter Johnny IHindoe's camp and will uct as one of tho clever little scrapper's sparring partners. His younger bro ther, Gene, will soon ho in. ached with Spider Moffat, it is said." I'ACll'IO COAST LKAGUK At Portland Score: U- K. Oakland 4 " s Portland 4 8 11 1 Hatterles: Christian and Rohrer; Hagerman, Krause, Carson and Fish er. At Los Angeles Morning game Score; Sacramento Log Angeles Hatterics: Stroud und Bliss; Crabb and Perry. Afternoon game Score: Sacramento . Los Angeles Batteries: Arellanes und Tozer and Brooks. R. II. lj. 1 7 ti 0 4 0 Perrltt, n. H. e. 2 7 0 4 10 3 Bliss; At San Francisco Morning game Score: Venice San Franclsci Batteries: Koestner and It. H. K. 0 4 7 7 8 1 Elliott; Thomas and Tonnenian. Afternoon game Score; U. II. E. Venice " San Francisco 2 8 0 Batteries: Raum and Elliott; Doug las. Fanning and Schmidt. TO COCNTKV MU.N'TKK.S, The Journal has forty or fifty second-hand type cases and double rack In first-class condition. They will be sold cheap. First come, first served. Unless Connie Mack's Onc- Time World's Champions Are Headed They Will Have Flag Cinched by August 1. (V MOftflh JOURNAL VRICIAL LIAtIO WIRII New York, June S.---One or the axioms of the Hporting world Is that champions, once defeated, never come buck. Heretofore, tradition and his Ury have hacked up this truism man fully. An exception will huve to be made In the case id baseball und Connie Mack's Athletics, unless the other seven clubs In the American league coml Inatlon full on the Mack men en masse. At the rate the Phil adelphia team of the American league Is traveling at present, the Pun John son pennant for ID 1 3 will be won some time about August I. und t" and one-half months be given the Athletics to prepare for Hut oild series. When the baseball week ended on Saturduy night, the Athletics had Just scored their thirteenth consecutive victory and were "cunlerlng under wraps," to use u tuff expression. At this stage of the race the Athletics appear to huve ever.vllilng that goes to make u winning team. Young sters and veterans uhke are playing in perfect form and the fighting spirit is shown In rallies that wrest victory from apparent defeat. All opposing teams look alike to the Athletics and It will require a coiicnted uttack to cheek their winning piny. The other clubs apparently realize this, for they ure making desperate efforts to strengthen their weak spots During the lust Week, Detroit pur chased Pitcher Grimes and First Rase, man Burns from the nttuinwu dub of the Central association. St. Louis paid J3.500 for Shortstop Flannlgan j of the San Diego team, and Manager Chunce dropped Pitchers Clark and Klepfer to make room for other play ers he Is trying to procure. Scouts from every club in the league ure run ning down alleged phenomenolis In the minor leugues. Meanwhile, the Athletics ure well out In the lead with Cleveland following. The Browns turned on tin- Naps early in the week and broke their winning streak, and while Cleveland started ufresh with four wins over the New Yorks, all these games were close and showed the New Yorkers fighting harder than ever. The pres ence of Zeider and Bol ton In the line up has strengthened the Chance men, and Pecklnpaugh's return to form has helped to close the gap ut short stop. The victory of Suturday ugaiust the White Sox, the first, hy the way, at the polo grounds this season, showed the Chunce clan in better form than in any home games for sev eral weeks. The addition of llul Chase to the ranks of the White Sox cannot fail to Improve the chances of Comiskey's club. It gives the Chicago club a splendid playing infield both on of fense und defense. Detroit hud the misfortune to be scheduled against the Athletics at a time when the Mack machine was running without a hitch or Jar. Cobb was in the line-up against the Ath letics after his absence from the Chi cago series, but his return could not turn the tide of defeat. St. Louis tried a shake-up In batting order, but it fulled to accomplish un thing in tho way of permanent Improvement, In the National league, the New York Giants, playing at u steady .750 clip, passed Brooklyn and went into second place. Mctiraw evidently feels that the trailing of Ames, (imli and Devoro left him rather weak hi sub stitute infielders, for he purchased Kddie Grant from Cincinnati, where he had been acting as utility man. The Reds put the three former Giants to work ut once and all performed ex cellently. Hevore Is lead-off man In tho Cincinnati batting list and has been hitting hard. Grub's ylaylng ut second base bellied his new team dur ing the week and Ames pitched a three-hit, no-run game against lircok lyn Tuesday. The Phillies at the Week-end stiU had a lead of more than lot) points over the Giants. Both Brooklyn and Pittsburgh were unable to stop their winning career. The Pirates, with "Babe" Adams on the mound, brought about their only defeat. Brooklyn's only victory came w ith Rucker In the box against Cincinnati on Thursday. The team failed to give their twirler.! good support in other games, conse quently their drop to third place Is riot a mystery. Chicugo found Boston a hard prop osition and the best Kvers" men could do was to get an even break in four games. Few of the Cub veteran pitchers are working well. The Pltts hurgbs Just held their own, and hut for two wins from Boston early In the week, would have shown poorly as the result of the upset ugainst the Phillies. St. Louis won its only game of the week on Wednesday, when the Car dinals drove Christy Mathewson from the box with a series of slams that startled both the "fude-away" artist and his teammates. LONG SHOT CAPTURES THE PRIX DE DIANE; STAKE WORTH $22,20 0 (RY MOftNINfl JOURNAL RRKCIAt. LLABIO WIRI) Paris, June 8 The Prix de Diane the French oaks run ut the Chan tilly course today, was won hy on omsidor. M. Caillault's Mola, at 81 to 2, finished four lengths In the lead, ,wlth Comte de Saint Phallo's Cour j Supreme, at s to I, second. Herman ft. Duryea s Irish End filly. Banshee, at 23 to 2, was third. The race is a ten and a half furlongs event for 3-year-old fillies. It wua valued at $22, 2'in this year. Manager Tom Jones Definitely i Announces Inability of Cadil-i lac Wildcat to Meet New1 York Featherweight. ! ItV MORMIM4 JUURXAl PICIAl 4S10 WiRII Los Angeles, June H- The Ad Wol-gast-Johuny Dundee 20-roiiud bout, scheduled for Tuesday at Vernon arena, was definitely declared off to night by Tom Jones, Wolgast man ager, because of the Injury sustained by the former lightweight champion tterday during a traluiliK bout. The ex-ehamplon may not appear In the ring again for slv months be c inse of a badly hurt thumb and 11 in possible that his retirement may he permanent. The Injured member which was dislocated yesterday, has given Wolgast trouble on numerous occasions and surgeons who examined It today decreed that the Cadillac slasher Would have to shun boxing gloves for at leas! six months. It was announced tonight that ow ing to Wolgast's disability no utlempt would he made to fill his place and that Tuesday night's flht card had been cancelled. IN Jl UY" TO WOI GWI' Kicks It M ill It I I Y AlbiiiiicrcUo fans will read with considerable Intel est the following story from the Los Angeles Fxuminer, logardlng the Dundee-Wolgust battle, which press ills', Utiles last night an m. mice has 'eon called off hy Wol gast because of an Injury to the ex liglilwelght champion's thumb: Aoeoiding to a statement made by Ad Wolgast last night, the former title holder has been remati lied with Willie Ritchie. Wolgast was hift starting lor Ven ice to witness the beach boxing show When culled to the telephone. "That was Tom Jones In San Fran cisco that I was talking In," said Ad when he emerged from the booth. "He has matched me with Ritchie at 1 3 :i pounds at o'clock In the 1 1 ii i ii I i h for an afternoon fight on July 4, before Kddie Graney's club. "That's an awful weight handicap for me to carry and 1 wouldn't stand for it except lliut I am getting a big end of the money for my share. N matter whut Ritchie weighs I will scale in at 133 so that I will be rec ognized as the lightweight champion In case I beat him. "This match makes it absolutely necessary for me to stop Johnny Dun dee next Tuesduy night. If Dundee should go to the limit wit li mu it would kill my chances of meeting Ritchie. For that matter, I would be willing to iult the ring if 1 have reached u point In my career where a featherweight can stay with me for twenty rounds. "Three years ago 1 would have taken on Ritchie, Cross und Rivers all Inside a month und not thought thut I was being overworked. It's dif ferent now and I'm only looking for easy fights. I can't say that I relish the twenty-round bout with Ritchie except that I want to prove that I am a letter man than Willie." The Kxamlner further says: It probably will surprise Wolgast to learn that his views of next's Tues day night's contest are not shared by the majority of the close followers of the game. Dundee, with the snup and dash ut youth, Is credited with having a good (bailee to beat the veteran. The bet ting Is now 10 to K on Wolgast, with little Wolgast coin III sight. In some ipiai'ters Dundee Is being backed ut even mone5. I'nless there Is a strong showing of Wolgast money during the next few hours, the men probably will enter the ring ut even money. "I hoxed with Wolgast about a week after he met Mandot In New Or leans," said Dundee yesterday. "W were In the same training camp, and after sizing Ad up I knew Ilia! 1 could beat him. '1 am not looking for a chance to lick u man that Is all In, but Ad has never been put down for the count, and I expect to gain a lol of pres tige ly turning the Hick. He win weiirh seven or ell-h t pounds more han me, which will be all the morf of a boost for my stock when I finish him. I knew what I was about when I picked Ad. Leave It to me." ONCE FAMOUS BASEBALL MAGNATE LAID TO REST IRV MCJRNINQ JOURNAL tPICIAL LIAIftD WIRI) St. Louis, June S. Chris von Dei" Ache, owner of the "four time win ners," the St. Louis Browns, of the old American association, was burled this afternoon In the presence of a notable, group of his old-time asso ciates. The foimer baseliall magnate was Interred beside the toml stone he purchased himself in his prosperous days of fifteen years ago. The pull bearers were Ban Johnson, president of the Amerleun league; Charles A. ("oinlskey, (". P. Spink, James Davis, Ted Sullivan, William Gleuson, Juck GleaHoii und George McGinnis. No Substitute Could Do This. No inferior substitute, but only the genuine Foley Kidney Pills could have rid J. F. Walllch, Bartlett, Nebr., of his kidney trouble, lie says: "I was bothered with backache, und the pain would run up to the buck of my heud, and I had spells of dizziness. I took Foley Kidney Pills und they did the work and I um now entirely rid of kidney trouble. My father-in-law, now past 93 years, has taken them and thev have added years to his life." J. II. O'Riellv Co. Dominion Charter for Steel Trust. Ottawa, Out., June 8. A Dominion charter bus been obtained by the Ca nadian branch of the United titates Steel corporation. The capital of the rumpuny Is placed at $20,000,000 and the chief place of business Is at OJib woy. Out. ! i J Amet ican and British Teams1 Meet at Meadow Brook, Long Island, hi a Gruelling Contest. ! UORXINR JOURAI. RRiClAV ItARIU WIRRI Hempstead. N. Y , June H. The "big four'' of American polo Whlt- ney, Mllburn and the Waterburys , will once mure defend the liiteruatlon. ul trophy against the British ehal i li ngers. The executive committee of the National Polo association decid ual today that the Injury which put, ! Foxhall Keeiie out of tho Intclliu tlonal contest made It Imperative to withdraw also the team Keene was to captain and to rely upon the Veteran Ipliivors originally chosen. The cup delendeis will play In their old positions. Deveieaiu Milhuin, I the only one of the four who had n place on the Keeiio team chosen last I Wednesday, will return to his place j at back. With the team today with I draw ii he wa to play at number two. i The polo committee also announced filial the substitutes for Intel national I games Would tie Malcolm Stevenson, 1.. I!. Stoddard, R. L. AgasHlz, Harold C. Phipps und Rene Lamonlagne. of the e, Stoddard and Stevenson w ere 'members of the four that probablv i would have taken the field next Tiles day with Milburn and Captain Keene. bad not a fall nt practice Saturday put Keene out of the contest with a broken collar bone. I Harry Pane Whitney will captain '(lie cup defenders us originally in tended, and the Wtitcrhnrys. Ijiwreuce and J. M. Jr., will be with him in the I line of forwards. I The statement of the polo ciimmit j tee announcing the change says: i "owing to the regrettable accident to Foxhall Keene, causing a loss of j combination of team play, which Is essential to success, it makes It lin iperatlve to select another team." j The line-up will be: No. 1, L. Waterbuiy; No. 2, J. M. ' Wiitelbury; No. 3, II. P. Whitney, (captain); Hack, Deveieaux Mllburn. ! This change was decided upon at a meeting of the polo committee held 1st the Meadow Brook club nt which II. K. Herbert, W. A. Hazard. August 1 Belmont, II P. Whitney. R. L. Agas islz and other pololsts were present. This uflemoon, there was a knoek ' about tame on Phipps field in which the entire F.ngllsh team with Captain i K. D. Miller. F. M. Frake, Lord wood house, Captain Whitney and the other three players or UIO American i, took part. There was no regular play, tho men merely riding tho ponlei: about the field for un hour to keep In trim and give the mounts exercise. Tomorrow the F.ngllsh and Amot ion n teams will have light field prac tice with a half hour of K"al shooting. The International match is regarded as the most Important event of the vr of its class. Play for this prize ranks second only to tho races for In tb America's yaclilinr tropin-, ..,., i,.. till, ,ou which have to date brought together representative nm teur sportsmen of tho United Stutes and Gnat Britain. Lucking somewhut In the traditions and prestige surrounding the battles for possession of the famous blue rib bon of ocean regattas, the polo cup Las the udvantage of that man-to- nuin eh nt of sport which thrills tho spectators, who watch the game, progressing In a. confinud urea Imme diately before them. A game which requires courage, team work, physical stiengin aim en ilniance. combined With control of temper and ability to sink personality In favor of combination advancement, arouses the greatest intercut umoiii; followers of modern sport. In the coming polo matches are found all Hies,, reiiuisltes sldced I v H'1' uddl- tional elements of International tinge land the speediest ponies ever collected i for nolo Lilay. There ale slill oilier angles which : ailil Interest to the attempt of the i Kugllsli team to regain possession of I tho polo trophy wrested from Kng land In IDOll. The polo authorities of the challenging; country have spent vast sums of money und devoted two years to preparing for the play about ito begin. Fully aware of tho prepaiu i lions being made abroad, the Ameri can association has kept pace with jthu result that an outlay umounlhiK Ito close to J I.OOII.oimi ft'is been neces sary before the opening contest. For I Kiiglaml, tho Duk.e of AVesilinliiHler, I prliiii, mover In the el'lorts to recover I the cup, is said personally to have j contributed about J200.000 ami secur j ed $.'100,0110 from fellow polo entliusi ' usts throughout the British empire. I Willi this sum the world, oulidilo j of the Culled Stales, has been curried for ponies Nullablu in speed anil sta mina for world's championship play. The mounts of the Kngllsh team show the results of widespread search, for they have come from Knglnnd, Atis-j trailu, Kgypt, New Zealand, Argon-; tine and India. Forty-four In the total; of the squad und since the ponies are ! the pick of almost. 3, 0 offered it. Is; safe to say that the real valuation Is. in excess of tho $100,000 placed upon j them for bonding purposes. j Kxport polo authorities give it as! their opinion that while Knglaml Has a slight udvantage in mounts this year America has nothing to fear In riding and team work with the .Meadow Brook "Big Four," consisting of Whitney, Mllburn und the two Water burys, in tho field as cup defenders. Tho matches will undoubtedly ut tract the greatest gathering of spec tators that ever attended a polo series. The Meadow Brook club, where the games are to bo played, has enlarged Its stands to accommodate J 3,000 spec tators; auto parking spaces and room for stundees will more thun double this attendance each day und tho revenue derived from the eal receipts will ho large. Tho silver cup. the struggle for the possession of which has aroused such Coyote Springs Mineral Water tOYOTI' (.IM.I H All: moTF. i.i;.mo tmoiT. lHMrT III I II t OYOTF. SAItSAI'AHILUV ttnoTI". 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International sporting furor, until re cently has reposed In a irnfe deposit vault In New York City. It was first offered by the Westchester Polo club of Newport, R. 1 to bo known as tho International Challenge l'olo Cup. An Unglluh team sent by tho llurllngham polo committee won tho cup the same, year in two straight matches. Four years later W. Mcl'reory, F. J. Mac key, Foxhall Keene and U McCreery attempted to regain the trophy. They lost the, only game played. In 1002 another attempt was mad", Knglaml winning two out of three games. Sue ccssoh crowned the efforts of tho "Rig Four" in 190 H. for Kngland s cup de fenders were defeated In two straight games, i'.ngland returned to tho at tack la 11U1, but Whitney, Mllburn mid the tuo Walerluir..i proved too strong and tho challenger;! lost two games by scores of 4 to II and 4 l-'J to 3 1 -". I'onio lo lloo loo ainiml id Wom an's i luh I liday. .lime HI. 7::st) p. in, MUCH INTEREST IN DELL-ERLENBORN BOUT AT DENVER LPl IAI JlCllW OBtsroNtl,Ht.i TCI MOBNINO JOUBNALi :, .luilo S - Tile scheduled H'- 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 limit hetween Harry lelt, tne I'acirie "" Volllig" yi unusler I iwls olul oast baiitanmeigiil. and Krlellboril, Hie clever local which takes place ill the Wednesday night to decide the featherweight ihaml o liM' ol uie Rocky mountain legion, has been cre ating more into i est than has been 1 1 1 II 111 t .'-!. i tuceti lilt I . years. Fin log atii'iiiL; back llieir they enter in a hoviio; c.-niesi t'elhms here, for several h boy has larae follon Ihe he ul tans. who ill respective favorite when the ring. It appears proh- a lle thai ev eu money u ill bo the pre- j vailing wager. i Hell has been working faillifullv fur llils contest, as he realizes that In- i will be meeting one of the toimhos' ! I, os that, he has yet boon nsked to I meet. lie has bo. Marry Rlede, Hick a train lug wit 11 lliitlrey and I un -sparring parluers ver Jack Oeyor n and will be In the lies!, of condition w hen be meets the fast little Iienver- Ito. lie will hav, i-etises to of- for If he is defeated. Krloiiboru did his preliminary train ing at Kxcelsior Springs. Mo., for the hunt, but returned to iicnver to pul ou the finishing touches. Krh'nl'Oi n bus been meeting hoys that have out weighed him considerably 111 his re eeni. Louis and has slwa.vs more than held his own. This will be the firsl opponent I" Krleiiboru's career who has agreed lo concede him weight, M I 'oil, who can do US pounds without hurting, himself, has imr.ed to Id the local feath erweight weigh In at l::t pounds ring side, which will give F.rlenborn the best of It by seven pounds. From present Indications one of the largest attendances of tho your will see the boys in action.