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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1915.
FOUR
DUKES GET BAD
START; FINISH
Tl
Everything Goes Dead Wifn
iri First Game of El Paso
St-iies and Visitors Win by
Lop-sided Scoic.
Tin second name (if lh" Al
l,iuiufriiip-f:i I'uwii series will b
played ul Hopewell field till mi-
tcrnoon. Th Kama Will be ( Klliil
ul 3:4 5 o'l look.
Fleharty will probably do the
t Irlintr for the Uukcn, im Its hid
turn. 'Tlea' has hirn Ruing good
hue icct nlly, and It safe In say
that tin will give good account
of himself. ...
Ladle admitted free Id gate
mill gniiidstnnd. '
Yesterday's kKino between Kl Paso
and Albuiueru,uo was gaod In the mid
dle but lit the two ends it wasn't any
thing t.t lung of. Th Ibikea gut off to
a hud start Hiid fininhed the same way.
Along helw'lxt und between It
fairly exciting, tint Hint didn't help
in hiijc In tli'" percentage1 column.
Score. 13 to 3, witli uh folks on tin
1 "ml nf It.
There is nuw con,olallon In ih
furt Hint t lift visitor won by making
th most unlucky number of run that
inn 1o compiled, and with thin jinx
In contend against. It I hiird to sor
how they can hope to d, anything
imicli ttidHy or fur th runt of the h
rim.
Tho trouble, yesterday began whi n
Walker i'irdun was put on tho hill
for th local. The kid wasn't right
hasn't born since ho hurt his wlnir two
or three wcelut ago In practice. They
went right after him from tha hi it it
end Inniini'd out three runit In the firtit
find Hi rcc mure In tho xi-cnnd Inline
h wmh taken out. j"fty ItiiKHi'll thai
took up the while mun'a burden, and
fur a, while looked awfully ,ood.
Three dinky llttlo tuns "filtered
through on him In the fourth, Hindi
ii nd Hevnith, (inn nt u time, but It wiih
Hot' until tho elghlh thai l,t Tly ex
ploded. A freuk home run by Frank. Iliicls
mun wax a fi uturo ot tin guiue. The
bull slutted h If It wcrf going over
tho left field fence nfter the U'liul
wiiy it Iiuh when Futher Time taken a
awing nt It. l'flelgor evldmtly thought
(but was what was going to happen,
for h tore hlM clothes getting a far
buck limitation of spine would al
low. Instead, It fell Mhnrt and rolleil
Info iiiiiix (all I'liiiKsii-l 'kbf flout.
While flv or six Kl J'limmnK wire
looking for It yvlth a .-earch warrant.
Kid lluflsuiiiu was capering around
tho sacks like a two-yenr-od In tho
clover nitch.
Tho name w,t featun lew, gulli y
made Ilia debut hi ail uijinrn and ( lo
oted Hoino ixcllenicllt by the way he
threw hlM IiiiiiiIh up lo hIkmhI balla und
HtrlkiH, n If he were the victim of
no Incipient dmk-fit. lie Hot In bad
Milh the fan In the fourth when bo
culled Hiiuer uf nt ieeoiid on u
pteal.. but Ihe faun, In ull probability,
were wioiik ami yulMey rlKht. UuiK
Wat ulliiOBt un top of the. play, while
the fnn wer Up In thu ftumtn with
u cloud of liiod between them and the.
theater of war.
When nnn team inakeai twenty hlu
nnd the other only neven, It Isn't dif
ficult to tell which team Mill win.
Knight wi never in teal daiiU'T. He
received Kood auppol t lit all tlluin und
pltehi d a Kplemlld Hume. The entire
Kl Puno HKHri'MiU'in tnutl a gtuid tm-
jiiok.sIoii on th fans.
I I I'ni Al! H II I'd
Mat hew, lb 5 2 1 3
I'errlne, 2b S I
IJauer, ef , , ii 4
loubly, Sb ii 2
IlllhS, c 3
Thoinpfcoii, if .... ' 1
1'endlelon, MS 4 1
VflclK.r, If 4 1
KnlKht, i 5 1
Tnl a Ik 4 2 13
Albuquerque Alt II
Murphy, ef 4 I
1 luinphrle, as .. , . ;t 1
lIuelKman, if 4 1
Herrloit. II 4 (
J'reni h. "Ii 4 o
'u mi, Ub 4 l
McNeil, If 4 0
Uaed-l. c 4 0
Jordan, j n li
liunw ll, p 4 0
27 r.
I'll A
T 0
i i;
i
4
1
4
Totals 3 7 27
b'i or by Imilim.v
Kl I'.'fo 3'i HU 1 4U IX
Alliiniuerqiie . ...... ort 001 Ht)0 3
Summary: Two-nnne hilH 1'errlne
J, ThnmpHoii, Hiuuplirieti 2. Three
base hltH tJuddy 2, I'ctullctou. Ihune
run llui iMinail. .Sacrifice hit
MathiN. Sacrifice flieu 1'leinei',
Humphrlen. 1 1 1 .. Stnlen bases
Mather, I'.n'liT 2. 1-oft on bases. Al
biniuerijue 4, Kl I'aiei H. r'ii'M batie oil
erinr Alhiiqui-rquc a, :i pjt,,, i
Vltchintr i-eeiird-iiff Jordan, 7 hiln,
rnnn in 1 luiiltii: (none out In kccoudi..
H.i.sck on bullh (nf l!t!h:iel . Strucl;
OH -by KiiHNell 2, by Knluhl 3. lilt by
pitcher liy lliirs.i.ll i i'l iiilleton i.
Time of game I 4i,, t'liuure Uhk
ley. I'lKM'llil K; Tucmhi II.
Tin Mori, Aril., June 22. Tacouu
made a Kieat ballitiK laliy In the
fiKhth. driving Mciireary fn.iu the
box with a bombardment of kix lilt m.
DetliiiK aix run. Stewart droppeil
f-'hiKle'n fly after hard run, liclpini:
tho k ore. Hall went in und held the
panie xafv, lieMaKKio and Callai:
made honiera
llader for the Pueblo dbl ' nxx
tional work nt (.hurt nml nlmi made
feur Mifi tieH out of four time up.
Score: U. H. K.
1 lioenix . SOU 003 21 h
Tucson (10 "00 OtiO 6
llatteriei"; Me-i'reury, Hall mid
Ix'utt; Mcllonnull and Callan.
I'rnplre Uritihear. .,-....
IE SAME W
Syracuse Varsity Crew, Coach
j,. .-.I ,
MM . 5ft;
ft ..'' '1 -i
r V - J.:.,,
COACH
' Al INTERNrtTlOMAL
The photoKruph i-howH the SyriK iim .tiy i rev. tnki ii on their arrival
h- fullimn: H. I I'oole. bow; f. tV. .Miiii.nl, 2; M. II Kin hn, 3; W. I.. 'IIuhh
and 1. i. 1 JiiyiiM, roxwalu. Ijiikh
E
Hits the Ball When Hits Mean
Most, and Brqvcs Nilse Out
a Victory Ovdr Dodf
Giants and Phils Tic,
;crs;
lav MunNiMa jihjnmal tptcui lia.su wimii
lliiHlon, June L'U, HlllllllH blittllil.'
anil I'ooinlm' wlhlueMH i;nc IIomIoii
three i ii lid In the lirnl liinlnu Indav,
euoimh to win fnun lirniiidyii, -!t In
2. Th" vleliorn bunched hlK fur 'their
rtiim in the Heicnlh.
Kcoio! " ' . . , ti. il. i;.
Iirooklyii nno immi I'dil'.. 2, H I
lioNlon ill (inn mix -3 i: t) i
Mult ; ('ociinl)K and Miller; l!u
dolph and dowdy.
h'uiiiiiiiiiy: THo baK' lills-Kitspat-rick,
Hinllll, t'lilehaw, Wbe.it lioiihle.
play Mur.iuvllle ami Sihnihlt. Ma-
ranville, FltKpulriek ainl " Hclinililt.
IIiimcm on balln HIT tVmiiil'pf K. struck
out - H.v Itudolpli 4. t'lnpiiiK liyron
and Kiihoii.
I'lK-l.iuuli II; ( im liiunlt I.
Clnclliliall, June 22 . Mi (Julllnli
pllcbed cooil ball iliilni-l I'lliilliiiiill
today and an n renult I'IIIhIuii k Ii won,
'J to 1. I'itlHburuh Hcored Uh Mint two
iiiiih on three MicecHnhn hits and an
error. Km other run wa wored on n
hit, a baHO on bulln mid anolher niii
Kle. I'lneinnnll'v only run wan made
on tlilmon'B wild throw to necoinl.
Score; II. II, i;.
rilthhurnl .UJ(I (nil ti (to a 7 1
fluclniwU ., ,.(KMi nod Kin 1 4 4
li.il I ei Ii'm: Mcljiiillan and r.iliHon;
stchneider, Toney und W'liiHo.
Kuiiiinar.v; Twu-buHe till ilrifflth.
lmuhle pbiy liiiinl hi Wnxncr to
Johnslon. Jliines nn ball dfl' Ale
(Jiilllan 2 : off Kchneliler . HitH I If)
Schneider 0 In 7 InuiiujM; on" Toney J
In 2 inniiiKH. Sii'io k nut H.v .M' (Jinl
l.m 3; by Helnu Idi-r 4; by Toiley Z.
rniplie.i Kli iii und Knihlie.
I'lilbiilelplila I;
New York, Jinn
and rinl.'iclr h.lii.i
iiliie-lnniiiK tie. a
Nevx York 1. !
1 22. New Yolk
follKllI a uplllti'd
heavy kIiU'iii end-
inn a pitchers' battle
ipiaiil mid Alexander
1 In I. New York did
alter the tli'M iiiniiiK
bv Lobert and Dnyle'f
lielvMi'ti Mar
with the jicoi'e
not hinkv iv hit
whin a double
Hiiiiile enabled
the (iianlK to lie Ihe (.core, Philadel
phia. huviliK Hcored ill the lllt billf
of tin. IiiniiiK on a paN to ll.vnir and
i'lavalh'it lliie.
Score: II. II. K,
Plillaileiidiia ...1n0 "no no 0 1 7 0
New Vork loo dim duo 1 2 tl
trailed, darknepM.)
1 latteries: Ab xan let' and Killil'er,
Mniqiiard ami Meyits.
Summitry: Two-Iwm- bit l.obti'l.
Tlii'ee-Iai.e bit -fravnl h, HaMn on
bulla -4.HV Malipmrd 2; eT Alevnhder
2. stiirik
Alexiilliler
Hart.
ml
-My Mm qiiard
implies-- ;Ik1i
by
and
Western League.
Topelvii II. Wichita 2.
Lincoln 4. Denver ,'!
lies Moines 8; (iiualia t.
Sioux City 6; St. Joseph 2.
Southern Association.
At hi nl ii. 5: lilrtniiiKbam, .'.
New iirleaiis, n : Mobile, ',.
Nashville. I ; Little ICoek, 3.
No other Kami's scheduled
American Association.
.Milwaukee 2. Minneapolis d.
LouiMllle 13: Columbus II.
Indianapolis, 5; Cleveland, 4.
Pacific Coast League.
Salt Lake, 6; Oakland, 2.
li Anvelet, 2; Venice, S.
Sap Francisco, 4, Poltlaiid, 5 (elev.
en inniiitrsO, .
1
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Ml STICK
a
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.'3 ,l'Ci : -t- Ji.
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SYRACUSE VARSITY CREW.
news sujvirr.
figure at left Ik the veteran conch Teh
USED IN FIFTEEN
Covaleskie Blows Up in Final;
Frame and Browns Put Four!
Runs Across; White Sox
Keep on Winning.
.4 M'jHNIh JullRNAL ffSt-l.t It SIO WHB
lielroll, .1 ii lit- 22. A fimlllnde of
hits off t'ovab mUIc in the lifteentli in
iiIhk R.ii e SI. l.oul.1 a 1 .1 to II victory
over iH'trolt till"' af Icinooii. Of the
eWTr1lift'het'H lined, Weilman vc.ih
(he only effocllvc woiUer nlthoiiKh
t'ovalei-Me, who replaced Cavet In ihe
ninth, twirled great ball until the final
limiriK,
Imbue wim ecKy for the lirowic. and
when he retired under fire In the third
the visi.toiH bad Hi ven 1'iinn for a bail.
Id trolt pli keii up two In Ihe third ami
v In n JuineM replaced Hamilton hi the
fifth St. l.ciuiK Keeliied to have the
Kftiiic eufe. The Tlnei'd eoliiblned hits
wllh paxi-cN and errorx and tied the
rcore in the clKhlh, only to loi.e In the
fifteenth whin nix winules and two
errors nave Ihe llt'ownx four runs.
Score; K. H. 10.
SI. I.ouIn 103 020 000 Olid OH t Kl 21 2
Detroit, od.' 040 Oi'.O Ipni 000 ! 17 2
Pmlerns. 1 1 u in lit i ti , Jaineii, I'erry
it i it ii. ?. 'iluian anil Akikw; liulnic,
t'avet, I'ovalehl.le and StaliiiKe, Mi
Kee, linker.
Suiiiiiinr.v : Two-base hita l.iravv
lord, t'obb, Hums, Yeneh, Annevv,
Valnh. Three-base hits - I'rawford,
Shottoti, llainllloi Double plnya--.Viiftin,
Pratt, I.enry, llasea on IihIIk
(Mf Duinic 2ol'l' Cavet 2; off ('ovules
Me 1 ; orf Haiiiillou 1 : off .lumen 3; off
Weiliinin 2. Hits Off Imbue .'! In
2 2-3 IrinliiK"; off I'nvet u In a 1-3 In
iiIiikn; off Covaleskie N In 7 Inninns;
off Hamilton 5 In 4 innlnus; off James
nine in 1-3 hiniim; off Perry man 7 In
2 2-3 iniiliii;s and none out in eighth;
(iff Woilmnii 5 in s Innlnus Struck
out My Imbue 1; by Covet 2: by C( -valeskle
7; by Hamilton 2; by James
I: by Wciliniin 4. I'mpires -Chill mid
i vans.
h ago 0; 4 Ii clnnd (i.
CU veliiiul, June 22.--- t 'hicaKo made
it thri'o straielit from Clevelami. 9 to
ti, wiuiiliiK the name in th,. third lu
r.liii; when two hits were bunched with
three passes niol three stolen bases.
Score. ' it,
Chicaeo 114 102 ii(i0 ;
Cleveland u2u 030 (ml -0
Hatli-lles: Kaber nml Sehulk;
si. ul. Jones and ( I'Neill.
Suinmiiry: Two-base blt---K.
II. K.
!l i
S 2
llar-
Col-
Him. Thi-ee-biis,. hit Smith, Hits
! off Ihii .stad t in 2 1-3 InniiiKs: off i
Jones i, In (i 2-3 InnitiM.H. Hasps on I
bill Ik- eft' llaistad 6; off Jones 2; off!"
rubor :!. Struck out--Py Hnrsiud I
by .loiien 2; by Kaber 7. empires
Wallace and ('onnolh .
A ii-dilnnhni 7; Huston I.
W as'.iluslon, .In he 22 - - W'nabiiiKlon
luiin Ii,., Inls with Moston's errors to
day j nl wen the third Same of the
-i ries, 7 to 4 Crorye Foster and Pen
l.oek were both batted hard. Hoston
knocked A vers, out of Ihe lio in the
sixth bininir, hut Shaw held them safe
Shanks today
MNISOll.
Score:
made his first error this
. H. i:
11 3
8 I
ii nock
v und
Ko.-I ,, ..
Wnsbiimti
'Miitierii
...no (Ml dim t
...dul u;i;t imv -7
Pooler, Shore. P
und Tliotuas;
A insiiiit n.
Cmly, A .veld, She
Snuiniai'v : Two-bi't.e tit -- A ir -rioitli.
Three-base bit Ainsmith.
Mils Off ;. Poster I in I inniuBH
i imtii. out in Mill; off shore I in 1 in
luns; .iff IVimiocI, 4 In 3 liiniiits, off
Avers 8 in 5 1-3 inuinnn; off Shaw 3 In
3 2-3 it iiin. Double piuys--Ayersi.
Morgan and Can lil; Morgan, McHrlde
and 'tandil Hases on balls Off Koh-li-r
"; otf Peunoek I; off Ayers 2: off
Shaw 1. struck mil - Hv h'oater 1; by
Pennock 3; by Shaw 2. ritiimes Di
lil en AHit Nallln.
Wjit htuh itrnflo empleyr? Or the
lirlirr iimf of nrvmitt.t Mnk u of the
mot culuuiun ur.iba JaunuU, .
EVEN PITCHERS
NNING CONTEST
and Captain, at Poughkeepsie
a
4 f
56
,jpr tb. iyi
ul their tralnltiff quartern at J'oUKhk
4; J. K. TiIhk, 5: tl. K. Itffiuuin, ti;
l(k. liiMert at right l it. II. Keuhn,
IN TERRIFIC BOUT
WITH RUSSELL
Albuquerque Boy and New Or-
leans 1 Battler Fight Ten
Rounds to Even Terms Be
fore San Antonio Fans.'--
:1tclAt DISPATCH TO MOHNINO JOURNAL)
Sac. Antonio, Tex., June 22.--I'lankle
Unwell, of New DrlcuiiH, and
Mennle Cordouc,' of AlhiKiuerqtie,
fouuhl ten of 1 1n f.tHlest t'oiinds ever
seen hen' ronUrf, to "rtrt even break,
with Itucll the, hutU't'Ju the first dx'
ioiiuiIm and Conloii cni'iylns the fW't
hi his opponenr in the-( InsInK rounds.
At (be bell both men were fiKhtiro;
Tho wild cats and for ten seconds after
the bell had runif TCcfefee Kfank Noell
ci ii lil not separate Ihe contestants.
I!ii!.sell coined to have the better of
Ihe In-fiuhtiin; but Cordova evened It
up at long rapno. NemlliiK blow uftcr
blow to vulnerable-'Mi'ty. ItKh lioys
looli'a vvrld of punishment tind were
pruetii a'ly exhausted at the bell.
. The pace wim terrific from first to
last.
WATSON PULLS GAME
OUT OF HOLE AFTER
' IT IS ALMOST LOST
(at MOftNINS JOURNAL RPICIAL LIA.IO WIM)
Hrooklyn. June 22. After Crandall
had been hit freely In two Innings
for u home run, two triplet! and three
singles, which netted three runs, Wat
Mon went in and blanked the Hrook
yim duiins the reinainder of the
game with St. TjiuIb here today, the
Inltor team winning un uphill battle,
4 to 8. rpha nr tliiKsr was Injured
by a eronndef from VuiiBhn's bat In
the sixth and he Was forced to retire
with the score tied. Marion relieved
him. Nti'Iil in a: the vvinnlni; run on hits
by Morton, Miller and Deal.
Score; K, H. K.
St. I.ouis Odd 201 100 4 7 0
Hrooklyn .. ...'iOO Out) 000 3 S
Hatteries: Ciatnlall, Wats.m and
Hartley; I'pham, Marion und Simon
Xcwiirk I; IMttsliui-itli 2.
Newark, June 22. Newark defeat
ed Piltsbuirt! today for the fourth
time in live sanies. The score Was
4 to 2.
Score;
PitlsbuiKll
Newark , .
Mattel -if
1
H. R
S 2
7 4
.ooo Old 0012
.000 002 20x 4
Ixnetzor, Leclalr
und
Merry; Morun and fiaridon,
bleat;!) II; llalliiuorc I.
Maltiiuore, June 22 MoConnell was
too much i(ir HalUniore today, Chi
tuo winning e:ui!S', 11- to 4. Qulnn
was easy lor the vlslhus. Und ictired
In the sixth. Smith of Chicago, not
two hits over Ihe fence, one with the
buses Idled. The ileldtny was sensa
tional, i
Score: R. 11. K.
Chicago 010 032 00511 Ji; 2
Hiiltiniore . ...010 000 1()2 4 6 2
Matleiies: MiConnell, Johnson and
Wilson, C Unions: (Juiim, Conley,
Walker and Owens.
MARK LEVY IN TOWN;
WILL MATCH TORRES
FOR SANTA FE FIGHT
Mails Levy, premier Ssht promoter
of the southwest, arrived in Albuquer
que last niebl from friuiita Ke. Murk
la in town for the; purpose of inuklntr
a - match between Jack Torres and.
some likely welter probably Harry
Shaf.-i- for u. bout in Santa Ke dur
ing the convention of the New Mexico
Metull Merchants' association on July
fl. Torres Is expecter In Albuquerque
from t.St. Joseph tojny.
Levy tilso plans fti take Torres to
New York after Ihe fight in Santa Fe
and put him hrhIusI some vt Ihe
classy i.pj4 in the btu howj- ,
7 f
. y i t ' ' i t
BENNY CORDOVA
I
CAPTAIN.
eepule. The tyracune
f.. D. SpriiKue, 7: A. J
Hhill la boated
Ouman, stroke;
captuin
of the Syracuse eltfht.
STANDING OF TEAMS.
RIO GRAXDE ASSOCIATION.
W. D. Pet.
Kl Paso 10 10 .015
Albuquerque . .....II J2 :;H
Phoenix ..i 11 14 .440
Tucson 10 15 .400
NATlOJiAlj I.KAGCE.
W. U Pet.
ChbaKo 30 21 ,fiK8
St. Louis 32 2U .r52
Philadelphia, 28 24 .638
Pitlshui'Kh 27 2."i .619
Moston 25 28 .472
New York 21 26 .44 7
Hrooklyn . 24 30 .444
Cincinnati 21 28 .421)
AMKHICAX l.KAtil'E.
W. L. Tct.
ChlciiKo 38 20 .55
Huston 2 20 .ti!)2
Detroit' 34 25 .678
WiishliiKton 26 25 .510
New York .27 - ' 2 .609
Cleveland .21 33 .389
Philadelphia 21 34 .382
St. Louis 21 34 .382
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
W. , U Pet.
KmiMutl City 3tS .23 ,.tild
St. liuiH 31 21 ' .5K
PlttHhuiKh ....... .29 25 .637
Chlenm 31 28 .625
Newark .30 28 .517
Hrooklyn 29 2'. .500
Hultlmoi'e. 21 34 .282
buffalo 22 39 , .361
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Rio Grumli) Association,
Kl Paso tit Albuiiuerquc.
I'lioenix at Tucson. '
National Lraue.
Philadelphia at New York.
Pittsburgh nt Cincinnati.
Hrooklyn at Hoston.
St, Louis at Chicago.
American League.
New York at Philadelphia,
HoHton at Washington.
Chlcnjt.) at Cleveland, -St.
Lou is at Detroit.
Federal League.
Pittsburgh 'nt Newark.
SI. Louis at Hrooklyn.
Chicago at Baltimore.
Kansas City ut Buffalo.
Among the Bowlers
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
VV. L. . Pet.
Palbldinos 10 . 5 .667
Iv, C.'s ...... .. ... 10 8 .556
Schutt Ji David ....10 8 .550
Klectrle Shops .... 8 7 .533
Mandella 8 7 .533
Capitols 6 !l .4 00
Grocers . , 7 11 .389
lvapides .. . , 7 11 ' ' .389
HI-S11.TS LAST NIGHT.
Totals
247
2R0
275
249
15
1046
252
252
288
270
1063
WAGNER'S HOME RUN
MONDAY WAS 100TH
OF BIG LEAGUE CAREER
BT MORNtNa JOURNAL RPSCIAL ISAID W1SB)
Pittsburgh, June 22. The home
run made" by Hans WaKner, the Pitts
burgh Nationals' veteran shortstop in
the second Inning df Hie tblrtecn-in-riintf
contest with Philadelphia ut
Korbcs field yesterday was the one
hundredth of his career. It brought the
number or hits to 3,131. WaKner
made his first home run in tho major
league while with Louisville of the Na
tional leiiKue In 1K97,
BOTHNER NOW TRAINING
FOR GRAPPLING MATCH
flcorse Hothncr, lifthtwolKht cham
pion wrestler, bcKun iraintnK last
nlBht ut the Moose club gymnasium
tor the match with Young Hacken
sniith. A blR crowd was on hand to
see Uothner nerform. He worked
thirty minutes with O'Hannon and
other local grapplers. He appeared to
I1 In good condition.. ,
Grocers .1 2 3
Parker ...... 85 81 81
VVcldinxer ... 70 85 99
Hoxan 84 402 89
Mlind 77 89 83
Handicap .... 5 5 5
Totals 327 362 357
K. of C
Morency ..... 79 78 96
Stumpf 85 88 79
Mullens . .... 99 95 94
"Hlinri" 83 90 97
Totals 346 351 366
SBMKFASTj
FOOD Mr
' CEO.C.PMAlR.
I WONDER.
often HiVy out 'ne.alh amiling iHet
To ce a jume in yonder base6il
purk.
And prezenUu a florlc of cloud oruei
And all the world growl dull and,
damp and dark.
And yet. think I, with Cutis ana
Phillies here
Intent on yoing southward Kith
the flat)
The athletes trill give rise to many,
a theer
Aor ever let the entertainment
drag.
But when I brat it ut the, close of day
1 find my cheerful theories were
bunk,
And hear a lot of other ball fans say
The day was rotten and the game
wo punk.
But when the tkies are lowering and.
dark
And when the poor old Brooklyn
ball team comes
I mutter: 'Xii on yonder baseball
park. '
To freeze to death und uatch a Ij6
of bums!"
I stay at home the skies grote clear;'
and bright.
The athletes and the rooters grow,
the same.
They battle un until the fall of night
And I have passed a VMnning
game!
The games I see are fearful things
to me
And played on fields ichere one
could sail a boat.
The games I miss are wondrous
games to see
.m a jinx or am I just a goatti
If 4 hurley Ktrhrltn la battina; la his
old lime form thin year lhat Bine-.
Irrn-inniDK aame will result la nine
teen urparate aad dlatlnct drdlea
tlona. Baseball writers still Insist on call
ins them tha tJiants. Why don't they
be consistent and call W'llbert Kobin-,
aon Skinny?
IT'8 A HABIT.
Claude Hendrin drove a home run'
Into the left field bleachers yester
day afternoon. It was the longest
tilt ever made on these grounds.
News Item.
Hasti Heave, a baseball faa. heaved
a pop battle from Ihe rlshl field
(bleachers la Ihe fifth Innlnar yeater
day afternaoa and bit I inplre Oof
oxer Ihe left eye. It waa Ihe long-eat
hit ever made on these around..
News item.
tain hit Abel with his war elnb
yesterday afternoon and knocked him
Into Ihe middle of next month. It
was the Innaresl hit ever made oa
these around.. News item.
Kid Uavld, champion HabtwelKht
of Juda, hit llatlllna t.ollnth with a
lone to-day and knocked him his
full led alb. It was Ihe longest hit
ever made oa these (rounds. News
item.
Dirk Klnnella hit I.arry Mrl.ean oa
the head with a ehalr lo-nlahl. The
chair was demolished, but Larry Is
running 7t. Jt was Ihe lonaest hit
ever ntstle on 'these arounds.--News '
Item. i ... . ,
Tom Type. Ihe bnarhn'll scribe trav
eling with Ihe Dodgers, hit his boss
la Hrooklyn for some more expenso
money yesterday. The boss Imme
diately wired him Ihe money. It was
Ihe longest hit ex-cr made on these
grounds. News item.
v Whenever we read about a sancti
monious Rent who complains of the
scandalous attire of track uthletes wa
always wonder whe'her he wears a
bathing suit in a bath tub.
Certain nut experts have prescribed
baseball as a cure for insanity, and
yet a baseball park Is a place whera
most men go insane.
One of the peculiar features of th
recent boxing- legislation Is that a
lot of persons actually thought that
the bill had a chance to pass. .
In Boston It Is rnatomary to bake
the Beans, bnt In other elites on the
Satlonnl League circuit It la custom
ary to roast them.
SHAME ON YOU, BOSTON.
1 have heard of roughneck phayers,
who performed on baseball clubs,
But they labored for the Giants 0
the Tigers or the Cubs. '
But a team, that hails from Boston
it exceeds my wildest dream
When I hear the Braves referred to
(14 a rough and- rowdy team!
College Baseball.
New Haven,
lege baseball:
Conn., June 22.
Harvard 4; Vale
-Col-
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