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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915.
FOUR Wheat and Stengel, Hard Hitting Dodgers BY B TO 4 SCORE Team From Las duces Puts Up Snappy Exhibition 'in Field and at Bat; Dukeb Use Three Pitchers, ' '. - i " : fl lit 'i FAST GAME GOES TO ALBUQUERQUE Beginning ihU afternoon game will Mint Hi I 4.r. o'rhn k. In opening the game later Mm management Ik mHking nn effort In determine what hour pleaw the gr.-ulel number of fan. If II : 45 o'clock dm imt appear (uiliHfa'inry to thn mnjoilly an other change probably DI be llindr. Today In Imll'V day. Women rnifl kit 1" will b admitted to (he Kl omuls and also Id Hie t' Mill il ula lid without i harge. In ii MiiippV, will played game, abounding In sharp fielding und with Just enough lilts Mint erroia sprinkled through the nine frame tu keep the reault tn doubt for the greater part of ih time, the Duke yesterday rap tured iho Dmt game of the serle with ljt Crtice by a More of to 4. The visitor made a decidedly good tiiipreion on tho funs In attendance, end while the Itiml nrore how a de rided majority against them they i-rf In tli game rvery minute of tho t ittio with nil the "pep" thui gne tu make the ultfcrencn between a tiiiid nam and a poor one, mid there ai never ft minute from beginning tr) Mill tllilt Did till II In lullld afford tu luy hack and lake thing euy. Hum Idea of the Hurt of gum II wh rriiir bo gathered from the fart that live double plaia were made. three by the home t'lim and two by the visitor, fine of these, In Hie fifth Inning, when Murphj tiftcr making a firm catch of J'lU-lKt r'n fly to deep ct-ntcr, llurw.thtf bull to the pint lit tiffin to turn batik (lolilte running from mitoiul and Kaedrll'a ttulek peg, nalthlnjt hun before lie could get to wifely, Wan all to th hi league In ln km, and brought th folk In the eland io tlfir fed In wild anpluuse. TInw I'Hi-Jnth for Duke. In order to turn tho trick of put ting the Indian lgn on tho Crucian It waa neresaury for Manager Hoed to umo three perfectly good pitcher. Irion started the game, and pcrfurm t'd with hi Usual gruce und elegance for omvthiriK more thun four In iiIiib, diirhiK which time tho visitor Kuthrrud Just oiiu run, and that through no fault of the nun In h ! rifle-pll. In the nfih a aeorehing hid grounder niuKlit our huto on the wiIhI of hln aulury ami and Ima. Hui'ltafed II to aui'h nn extent thut ha won forced to retire. Wuldirhiuldl thereupon took up the work of ilrop)lng bomb on the piu inv from bis fci'ppeliti, but be loiibin't mi!tn to drop them In the tiubt plare. and III the aeventii, after tin xtrti bud pa,iin of wlliinena he wim tnken out and Zjrriloeh ftninhed the ftnme In a burnt of npeed which rotlrely atoned for whatever ulna he may have committed In hla hint two tiim out. Mounting the hill with men on aeeond ana imrit unu oiuy one out, Ziun hit thn in xt i iiia.it. n iia to , give thlnwH c. aymmetrlcul appear nee, anil then nettbv) don and poa Itively ri'funed to allow anybody to score, or even to make anything bearum the fntutcHt reHetnbliillcn to a lilt during the remainder of the pun time, lie whiffed three during hie two and two-third inulnK on the mound. Hliick wH on the tiring line for the vlHitora and pitched u eteady, oon isiateiil Riiina a Kumn tlmt would win uguintd iilmoHt any but the hard timing ciunblnHtlou wearing the uni form of the Imkee. nibm wmi on the receiving end, unrt ucUittcd himmlf well. How the Itinw Wire Miolc. c'ruceK wan Hih( to ecore, In the rcctind llulli advanced on Lees in. tind Wlble dittoed, eciidinn Hii to eecoiid. ulllh advanced on l.ce' ln tlcld out. HiiNnell walked, lllllug the bio-cs. III. o k hot a hot one to Inivlr. who boblilcd the ball for it moment, nud then tried to heal Wilde to tin bug to force him out, but fulled to gel away with It, I'.Iih ivoi'lllK III the meantime. The only other Innlnit lit which the fruciann mond wan the fifth when Hbo k, Hie! up, walked. Houtotl there upon hil the grounder that put Irion out ot Iiumiickh, ami in tring to get Itlack sit aeeotnj, Irion threw the ball into center field. Idack goioi; to third und Sealosi lieiiiK held lit llmt. Hurley litl a hot one to lam, who jul'Klcit I he ball anil there were three oil laiie. Itluck and Seuton then ecored on Iloblie' two-bngger. I'lleieer bit ima to deep center which Murphy ruptured after burd run, tluldie be ing doubled al third, but Hurley M'ored from third on the play, Hllns ended Hut inning by flying out to Slurphv in center. In the nei end, hlnclen I y Carman and Krench, a li.nritice Py Harriott, r walk by liuidel, an Infield out by Irion and a enisle by Muiphy netted three run. Two more runic in Ihe third when Hueleiimn walked, went to t eond on n pueMd bull, w ao riticed to tbiid by Havin. Carman w x pained and botli lluelnUiuu ami Carman eored on l'rench to-bug-l;er. Another wm added In the tirih on Iiavi' thrve-bngaer nd Carman' I Teiim leaguer over eerond. The wlml vip ot the iteoring yame In the n.cenlh, v hen wii)i on u, 1 1 in -iMiiun a gntn a life on Wlblr error, go litli to arciJiid when the ball teok a tad bounce und got by I'llelger in left, UliVlN m hit by a pitched liull Hud tajth nvjicil on Col man to bam drum tu deep left In lU, Ihe jinv puin follow. J.a Crura-, All. H , 11, 1'' I, A F.j Keatou, Ul i. 1 1 1 3 f j Hurley, lb. ...... t X t 11 a u I i "tuldie, i f .4 o ; 1 II ft I T'neigr t. If 4 a j a a i HI ie. (. 4 I i 3 t Wilde, t,s .4 1 0 1 Fee, lib. .3 0 0 1 ; 3 IllHMteil, If 2 tt ft 1 It ti Mark. p. ; 1 l 7 Total , . ..... S3 4 i '.'I U 4 Alhimuennie All. I!. H, Pi'i, A. K, Murphv, ef 4 w 1 ? l o Humphri, 4 0 o I 4 n HiielFiuan. if 3 i H u 0 0; DRUMMER ALLEYS von EXKIXCUSB Ttj Geme of ! 11 na, 101 Wrrt GuU N UJf X , - ?,-l a iQii ilk L Zuch Wheat, the Indlim, iM one of lbillnon'K ninlnatn.vK. ,' 'liciil is leHKue, being there with the whIIop lit opportune tlmen, when he nurkx iJulfl'ilder Ktengel, who lit not yet mirp of a regular berth umong th'f yenr thun he did hint Kor that rraui alone, it lunkn us ihough he will In the game and off th bench more often thun he wna in IVI4, navlu, 3I. .. . 3 2 I 1 4 Z '(irniun, If. 8 2 it 0 i Trench, 2b 4 I ' A 3 o Harriett, lb a U (i 13 0 0 Ilaedell, t 3 1 2 ti 2 0 Irion, p t, . 1 0 U Ii 2 I Waldeclinildt, p. . . I U 0 0 t Zunilo.U, p 0 0 0 I) U II Tot a In .29 8 It 27 1 4 Hcore by Inning: I,n Cnieea 010 030 tioit ( Albioiut nitHi . . 0;i2 (i H 2)x 8 Kiimmaty: Tliree-bini hit liavl. Two-liuae hit Krench, Him dell, 'ar Iimn. Iloblie. I'llelger. Sacrifice hlti Murphy. Itutnpbrice. Hiu ileil, am- Irioh. Stulen buae I tuelmiutn. Dou ble play OaviH, French to Hnrrieit, Murphy, Kaedell to liavta; Humph tie, French to Harriett; Uluck to Hurley; l.ea to Hurley, l.tft on banes l.a Once Irt; ,VlliU'ueruue 0 Flrwt hake on error -,nn t'ritce 2; Alhu iiieiiie 4. Win off Irion 4 In 4 ln nlngn; off WaiiUchmldt s In 2 I-.' In titngi. Htrui k out--My It Ion t; bv VValilMihmidt 2: bv Zaniloch S: by Itlai l 3, liaae on ball.x- t iff Irion S: off Wablni bloldt S; off lllio k .1. lilt by pitcher fly Hluck ( lhielHinan. Imvini; by lrboi tl.eei; by y.uiuloch (UllnO K.'icrlfl. e f ly I'tlelgr r. Time of game 1:4 j. riuplre .Malniffey. I I I'iimi 1.1: Dougla II. Kl I'bho. Tex., May ll. K J'uki knocked IMP her I to out of the box In the ninth inning till atlernooii und won from Itottglux by l lie Heme of HI to Ii. A Modelling two-hugger by I nobly In the ninth inning will) two out won the game. Hi ore: U. II. K. DouglH . 12 II a Kl I'hsi. !;l 12 I MnlterleH- Hon. Mil'onncll and Ivralt, U uIm, Ai'iuntroug n ml IlileH. PINCH HITTERS USED BY TINKER IN NINTH BRING HOME THE BACON IHV WnHNlNe JtUIMMAL aPetL CKI)llM WIRK1 ltiilllniore, May 1 I ,- Hull iiuot e took advantage of l. I.ouIh' miplay und it pitcher' wlidipn Ihln urieriioon and won out, ti to i,, ufti-r Chief lleti'li'i- wan loiiclied up for four runs In the opening round. . I tender pitched good l ull lifter thai and iliovc in the ii lunm run In Hie ely.hlh with a two. bus - hit. Hcore: St. I.OIIIN lull nut tini) Itultiiuor" . . . , im utio 22 llutterioN Wal.'.oll and It. II K ! 11 2 ti I Huttley; i Heniler Hid I iwciim. CliiiHgo ti; Htoolilin I. Hiooklyn. May 1 1.- lirooklMt hud Ihe game apparently afe totluy when with one rut In the ninth nod Hie enr 4 to 2. Holt fumbled VS lekiand'M grounder. Tinker then runhed three plncli luttetM Into the fray, nil of them making nafe hit a lb ck and .cider of Hie I'pgiilur iiIho rontllhu ted ninr.leH. the venult being four run and a ti to 4 victory for Chicago. Score: 11, II. K. 1'hicano , tint HOI U04- t! 14 t Kmoklyn ul(l IKI2 lou 4 2 Hatttl'leh: I'remlerganl, Urown and r lher; i.laimn and Simon I'ltl-borli I; ltntfalo Huffalo, May 1 1 -Kelb-y'a run in the tirnt inntnir Wan Ui tally In loday' I to 0 letory of tough over Huffalo. kenm'dv home onlv I'ltt- l Otl- tiected wlili the ftrnt hall pitched. It took u .hi') turu from i-hort It ft over the pavilion fen, r In tint final Inning hit t riiilmn ami l.eiiiU n lauded the former on third !tli, but Hogise h id Mm there. U Sem e -t'Ut fibuii h UufMilo . , Hat!( i h'; (lef.-oH and 1; .... 1 (P) .... lo'tl ent'i flofi -1 Ofni miis 0 Koggv .Hunt. end Hcrrv An- Hausai i it.v Newm l, o. NeWar!:. M iv 1 1 . Juiinicil Newark io three h!t. two f held tbein from Selieiret Imt, nail Kaiiraa t'UJ Won. 7 to 0, tiidav. Seote: H. 11. R Kans.i Clly ...021 la I Ini--,' 12 1 NeW arii .. . . . ueil tiuO i im V) 3 1 ItHtt'ties Jol.i'son and iitoir, Kalw rlmg, Whitehotcin, Hill, aid und Huridi 11 Pacific Coast League. forHiitid HiCUumi, wet griiurd. San Fra !', S; Venice, 0 S!t lke, r. , !.,, A uncles, 1 j Mm. 1. v, U iH'on, foriuetlv of ;0i j South Walter, will teopen her ilre Itriak'.ug: jiarlor Way li, at 114 North 'h,kU. v STANDING OF TEAMS. mo c.iumh: asmm miox W. H . .a . 2 .1 .MblllUCIIUC I'lioe'.ix .. . K'l Facti . . I n I'luiii . Tuctton UoiiKlan , . . XATMSM, M.(ili:. W, II 1 1 12 I 1 1 1 i.. i K !l 10 la 1 4 i:t II I'd rhllailclpbia . . . t'hlciigo , . . . . . liontou CiiK'Innali . . I'ittnhuiiih .. ,. .; I .4 10 ! .! I .1100 i i I'd 1 .(211 i .fiUII t . r s ;j ( .tin ni ,47K I .4 711; ,3S .2.70 i St. I.OU1M II Brooklyn :i New York ii A.MFlilt'AX 1, V,. W. .IS ,il 2 .14 . , ! . 1 I , 10 , . x . . ti Ilclloit .. , New York . . Chicago .. . ItllNtoll I Icvelaud . . Wiiehinutou I'hlhidelliillH !-'t. l.ouia . . 111 0 12 1 I HI 1!$ fix it. i i.i: a i:. .1431 W. L I'lttaburgh Hi H Newark 14 II lli'ookljn HI 11 K aowiin City . . . . . . 1 .'1 II f'hicngo 13 12 Ht. I.iiiiIn. . 10 j:l Full imore .... .... 1 1 la Hullalo ! Hi Tel. . i ti 7 .Mill ,r,42 .a 1 2 .r. 2n .43.7 .4 23 .3 B0 WIlFHi; THi;V IM.A Y '1X)H.Y. I tin tiianil,. Asocial Ion. Huh Ciiiccs at Alhuipii'i (jue, I 'ouiihiK at 1 ii I'atai. Tticeoti at I 'influx iiiloiuil I. civile. Chicago al Hrooklyn. Clncinnali al New York I'lttHhui'gh at I'hiludelphia. Ht, l.otiln at Hoctou. Aiorrican l.camic. 'tifiliini;l on at t ' 1 1 1 ai;u. I'liilolclphia al SI, I.oiiIh. New nrk al Cleveland. Huston al lclloit. I cib ial Fragile. t 'Ilii aKo at Hrooltl.l U. t'i. I.ouIm ;.t H.'ill imore. Kuiimih 'it.v at Newni k. FittrihuiKli ul i'.uilalo. AGGIES ARE WINNERS FROM VARSITY TEAM Not lonlenl with pulling It all over the uniMihtv In Ihe annii'il track Hunt 101 .Monday, the haHebitll team of the New Mexico College of Agricul ture and Mechanic Arts, in ire lu inlliatly known u the Aggies, yester day walloped the wadding oul (if the loeul collegians, the Until ecoro being It to ,". The gaiiie wu hard fought tlirougli m it, hut the slate college team had Ine edge in almost every depart ment of the pla. Cue ami Hlack W(ll occupied Hie points for 'be visi tor, while l.a I'm Hi nud Cuililn did the Illinois for the. uuivel sity. Blair l.ceil.i umpired and gave general sat iefnrtior. The iranitt hrgan ut 2 o'clock, taking n position a the firt of a ilottolelie.'uler of vbtib the l;io tirumle li iltue game wh the eecottd. YORK AND SMAULDING SIGNED FOR MAGDALENA li'ib York, t.u- lu-ivvweigiit f.ghter, wa here jcsterilay 011 the way to Magilaitua, where hp will fight Al Sum ulil 11K ten round' friday night us a hpccial ( nti 1 laininent for the Moik men' convention. Hater York will meet John Thomas at Silver City and then he and Kid tieorge, w ill whom he ban Joined forces', 1 xpe t in go American Association. Mi;ineaioli. 7: CiduinhuK, Si. Paul, I : Cleveland, 4. Hiillatripoli!, ID, Milwan!, Kansas City, 7: l.oulxvtile. Southern Association. New O) leanau 2; Little Hock,, Moliiie, 1-3; NHnlnille. 1-4. Atlaiiia-Chuttanuoga, tain one of the tlmclii-Ht hitters In cither lire thickly populated. nln elect, Ih hitting utronger this ty with the club and I'ind hlmm;lf CARDINALS BEAT 1! BRAVES IN EVERY ANGLE OF PLAY World Champs; Outpitched, Outfielded and Outbatted' by Muggins' Men;, Pirates' Win ning Streak; & Broken, Honton, May 1 l.-telteT pit batting and lieliling enabled St.' to (b leat HoHton, a h J, today. hlng. Houl Douk kept tho local hit well ecattered. Three time .St., I.ouIn worked the iuec;'.e play nui'crnsf ully. Magee made a e tuetilur tunning ruteh which tenultcd in a double play in the tlmil inning. Score: K St. I.oiii (mo 122 OtHI 6 HoHton MHO UOO lilt) 1 Huttet lcH: I leak and Snyder; i'I. K. II 2 II 7 Ku- noipn, liagan and dowdy. Huiimuiiy: Two.hane bit faritu vllle, tiowdy, Schiniilt. Iiouble 1 play Cutler, lluggtna and Miller; Maran vlllo und Kgan; itudolph, Marnnville and Schmidt; Magee, Kkhh and Schmidt. liiinuH on balls OIT Uo.ik I: off Itimlolpli 3; otT liamin 2. Hlt j i iff Itudolph 11 In 7 inning: olf Itnmin none in 2 Inning. Htriuk oul Ity Una I? ti : by Kudoih Ii; ,y Itiigatl I. CmpircM--Qtiiglcy and Kuhoii. I'llllailrlplila I; I'ilburull 2. I'hibidelphia, May 11. I'itlHburgh' winning lrculi, which had reached cix airtight, was broken when I'liilu dclpbla won today's ganui 4 to 2. The bomu te:Mii hit McQuillan hard, but he wiih given line nupporl. ltolli of the vudtors' ruim were due largely to error. JohtiKtmi inmio Ihree ofl'ills biirgh'H four litla. Score: It. II. 11. I I'lttxhurgil ....HOI inlll 41 1 0 2 4 2 I Philadelphia . .11113 (inn 1lx 4 10 4 j Ha II or lea: M. (Milieu und Seining; Alexander ami Huiiih. Summary: Two-huso hitu John JkIoii, I'aakerl. HaNC on hall Olf McQuillan 1: off Alexander I. Struck out -ity McQuillan 3; pv Alexunder i. empire Klein and Kmnlie, Cincinnati 2: New York 1. New Y'ork, May II. Ktibe Hentoii bentcd llalidi Stroud, the New York recruit in an eleven inning pllchcr' recruit, In an eleven inning pitcher' feated New York, 3 to 1. Cincinnati (led ihe ncuie In the ninth Inning on Fletcher's two-bane wild throw on Wagner's and Clarke' Mingle. The visitors wim In the eleventh Inning when von Kolmtx opened with a dou ble, took third im Klilller' sacrifice and scored 011 a passed ball, Score: t'incmnail . K. H VI nun oort no 1 01 2 1 una titiii luo 00 1 6 4 I'enton , and Clarke; Meyers. Two-base hits Ileai h, Double piny Hums and j New York Batteries: Stroud and Summary i oil KolnlU. Meyers. Huse on hall. Off Stroud 3; oft Hrtiton 1. Struck out Hy Stroud ti: by llenlon 6, L'mpirra HM'on and 1 nth, 4 hlrnao, 5; Hiooklyn 1. Hiooklyn, Mav It. Fierce pitched almost perfect hall today- When Chi ratio beat Itrooklyn, & to t. Itu ker hud nothing an(i w rrached for a homer by Saier. three double, a triple and nine tangle in eight in nings. Cndore pitched the lust Inning and siruck out two of the three men who faced him. 11. Zimmerman' bat tling and base running was the tea it tire. Score: K. 11. :. .Chicago ilia not t;n r 14 t iProoklyn .. ...mm ..no 010 1 4 2 Hntteneo: Fierce and Arvher; iKucker. Cadare and Miller. I pmmnttrr: Two-OBse hit Wil- hains, II. Zmunerman. Ooort. Three Imse hit H. XiinnierindQ. Home run Saier. lionl.i pbiy Hui'ker, S. hults iiiul Hauherl, Hase on Itall nn Fierce '.' Uu OiY Uurker 14 in S tunings; off t'adme, none in 1 in ning. Struck ourMy Pierce 3; by Mucker 2; by Cattoie J. I'ntpires Kijler aad Ii,at. I I ' s 2 ., tiiit,'j' X I T 11 a Mk. Telegraph service. These alert, clear thinking men chew tobacco, and the majority of them are STAR (hewers and STAR boosters. STAR is made clean and kept so; STAR plitRS are thick, so that you get more of the mellow chewing, long lasting tobacco; STAR plui;s won't dry out like thin plugs, and every STAR plug weighs a full 16 ounce pound, every time. A trial STA R cnew will change you from a "brand switcher" to a 'jSTA R PLUGG ER. So grqat is the demand on the part of chewers,and doers" for ,STA R, that one hundred and twenty-five million ten-cent pieces are made and sold each year enough to follow a' telegraph line from St. Petersburg:, Florida, to Seattle, wasmngton, a distance or about 4UUU miles, and there would be over 600 miles of STAR left over. CHEWING LEADING BRAND Oauss Allows Only Four Hits While Team-mates Take Advantage of Every Open ing and Capture Game, I.T MORNINO JOURNAL .PLCIAL LIAatO WIRI lietrolt. May 11. Hitting savagely with men on buses, and taking advan tage of Hoslon's misplays, Hrtroit won ihe iHH'iiing game with thn lied Sox here today, f to I. Jacobson mude two spt'iiucnl.'i r running- catches of high fouls. Ha its allowed only four hit. Score: It. H. K. Boston mill (HO 000 1 . 4 3 Dot roil .,'....1ul 021 OOx f. 10 2 Hatteiiesi: .IMilh, Mayi and Thoin as; Halls tilifl :aker. Summary: Twn-hnse hit Birth. Three-htoau. hit I, ( wis, linuhlti plays Jacolisou und 'Baker';, Hulh, Oainer and Thoia. Ilawai on ball Off Duuss. 2; off Until, x. Ilils off Hutli, !l hi f 2-:i Inning."; off May, 1 in 2 Innings. Struck oul Hy llattss, ft; by Hutli, 1. I'mplres li nccn and Nalliu. WaNliitigton 2; Cliicao 0. Chicago, May 11. Washington, Ihn first of tho eastern clubs to invude Chicago, shut out the locals, 2 td 0, today. They won the game from Scott in the fourth inning when a base on balls and a double by Morgan netted a run. Their other run came on Mueller' homer off. Henz. Sensa tional fielding behind Shaw in tho pinches prevented the locals from scoring. Score: It. If. H. Washington ...000 110 OoO 2 ti 0 Chicago 1)00 OHO 000 0 4 2 Batteries: Klmvv and Henry; Scott, Item and Duly. Summary: Two-lmse hits Morgan, ,1. Collins. TliriM-base hit J. Felch. Home run Monller. Double play Mueller and 'iletirv. Bases on balls Off $haw, 8; ,ff Seitf, ,1.' Hits Off Semi. 3 in 4 innings; off Ben)!. 3 in 5 innings. Hrtick, opt By 'Shaw, 5; by Scott, 1; by ltciiK, 2. I'mplres Con nolly und Chill, l'hll.uli Ipliiu 1! : si. Foul p. St. Honis, May 11. Strunk ecured on l-tijole' single in the fourth inning of today' game, and in the same In ning Mclnnnis scored -when Havun fumbled a grounder. Thi made two run for Philadelphia. Another run in the seventh inning completed the wore, Philadelphia winning over St. Louis. 3 to 0, Score: U. H. B. Philadelphia ...000 200 1003 7 I St. Louis ......000 000 0000 3 4 Batteries: Shuwkey and Scbang; Hooh and Agnew. Summary: Two-base" hit Shaw key, oldring, C. Walker, Pratt. Pontile plays -Hocrt tu Lavan to Kauffman; Strunk to l.ajole: Pratt to Austin; Kopf to Mclnnis to Hurry: Barry to 1-ajoie to Mclnnis. Pases on balls tff Shaw key. 5: off Hock. 4. Struck out By Shaw key, 4: by Koch, Cm pile Hijilebrand und OLoughlin. Cleveland 3; XrW York 1. Cleveland. May 11. Cleveland opened its aeries against the eastern clulis m beating New York, 3 to 1. Hitfft-nnan, who had not pitched a full game ihis year, passed ten men but he held his opponents to three runs SAVAGE HIIII Bl TIGERS WHS FR01VI BEANEATERS 7 .m "STAR The ChtW of CmJ Orer" Men Who Chew Are Men Who DO HOUSANDS of brainy, brawny men have made America the leader of the world in Telephone and TOBACCO OF THE WORLD and wu In trouble in only one inning, the eight, when he forced in New York' only run. A running catch by I.eibold In the same lnnitnr cut off two other runs. Jackson'a hits drove In all of Cleveland's runs. Score: U. H. E. New York 000 000 0101 i 2 Cleveland 102 JI0II Otlx 3i , 0 Batteries: Keating and Sweeney, Niinamaker; Hagorman and Kgan. Summary: Two-base hit Jackson. Three-base hits Jackson, Pipp. Hou hle pluys Chapman, Turner and Wood. Base on hull off Hager tnan, 4: by Keating, 2. Fntpircs Kv ii us and Mullaney. Tennis Player Killed. Foiulou, May 12 (2:111 a. in.) An thony F. Wilding of New Zealand, former lawn tennia champion of Ureal llrltain, and who several times has been a member of the Australasian team in the Davis rup mutches, has been killed In Hie fighting In the Dar danelles. Mr. Wilding was a sisoond lieutenant in the roval murines. Johnny Kllhane Win. New York, May II. Johnny KM bane, of Clcvi l:ind, world' champion featherweight, easily ii4poluted Mel Coogan of Brooklyn tonight in a tame ten-round boxing IsxH in Brooklyn. Killinne weighed 12 if and Coogan 123 pounds. ' i Iff fv Eddie Collins Drinks eonsiam it the premier, all-1 round vkolejome thiret-qiier.cr.cr for Mhleten. This comes well MprK? cf.rhol. ConiUkey Mid. titer wins t i l -- r M WUA ia".a vws i Dcueve tie vill prove that he 1 1 Vr-, greatest exponent of quick f "mking and the brainiest player in ine game. Demand the genuine and avoid disappointment The Coca-Cot a rn Wn ATLANTA, GA. 5-r 'it f fin a W ..Mm,' ic ' mmmsmw ; TORRES AND SALVATOR TO FIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT Jack Torres, or this city, and Johnny Salvator have heen rematched to light ilfteen rounds at St. Joseph, Mo.i Friday ,night. W hen i they, met several week gi the mix-up was (ailed a draw, although Torre was said to have had the better of the argument. ' . BERT GRAHAM WANTS TO JOIN ALBUQUERQUE CLUB Manager (ieorge Meed yesterday got a wire, from Bert Graham, who sought u berth with the Dukes. Heed knows (Irahatn personally and ha watched his playing for the last two years In the Three-l league und re gretted to lose him, but could not accept hint as the team is now rMtry Ing more player thun the league lim it permits. Western League. Denver 1 1 ; Topeka 7. Lincoln ti; Wichita 5. Dcs Moines 4; Omaha 3. St. Joseph 7; Sioux City 3. ..VI.UIOI lumiortne wmte .iit E