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ALBUQOlftGUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1915.
FOUR DAOIO RESTA IS WINNEHs 97 MILES AN HOUR AVERAGE STANDING OF TEAMS. IUO GRAXDE ASSOaATIOX. W. L. Pet. F.I Paso IS 12 .00 ihiuiiicriiic in ll ..';i:l I'hoenix Ll IS .f(ia Tucson H 1 .367 NATIONAL I KAGI Vm vi. u - r. Chicago 33 22 .000 Hhlladf Iphla 30 - Ht. Louis 33 29 .f.32 I'ittshurgh 2 2 .R27 Huston 2 29 .491 New York 23 2S '.4il Mr.ioklyt 2S 33 .431 Cincinnati 22 30 .423 AMDIUCAV I.ILAGrE. W. L. Tut Chicago 41 . 21 .(Mil Mo.ston 32 22 J.II3 Detroit 3 2ti .581 New York 31 2S .fi21 Washington 2S 27 ..109 EAST'S TEAM FOR BRAVESVICTORS i II SECOND WITH i TRAILING GIANTS Aspirant for Open Champion- MEETTO BE HELD SEVENTH OF SET ship Is World's Longest Driver Feature of Try-outs Is Nor- man S, Taber's Time for Mile; Just Misses Record Over Muddy Track, arquard Fills Bases With a Pass and Rudolph Singles With Results Fatal to Giants' Hopes, After Dropping Six StraiMht, Jndians Take One From Chi cagoans; Yankees and Red Sox Divide Double-header, Nine Other Drivers Have High er Average Than. That Set by De Palma on Indianap olis. Speedway,; CLEVELAND WINS AT FRISCO PICKED FRDM WH TE SOX ! aoaxixa jouanai. trtnitL iiamu New York. June 26. The world champion Hostona evened l hi- serls with New York by taking I lie aecimd game In a ninth-Inning rHlly, 7 to Jn the nluih with men o, second Hint thud nil onr'oui, Marquurd pur poscly passed dowdy, hut Kudidph singled, scoring two runs mid u Ihlnl urno In on HnfnlHrn w" wild return. Two more ninni were sennit on 11 sin gle, hii Inn. Oil out uml n wild throw. Jn It half New York suited two I liny. Hon re: II. in . , New York IS. II J'.. , , IHiO 002 , .0110 Hit liiiilnliih Ml fi Kl I' ll nd 7 I S 1 1 4 Howdy; Haltcrlcs Xljiriitniril uml Mevcra. Hiunmnry: Twu-huse him Marnn llli dowdy, Mugee. Three-base hit Doyle, Flch her. Hnnie ni" Cut ti er. Buses mi bulls ofl Hudnlph .1; i(T Miirquurd 2. Struck (Hit Hy Itu dolph K ; hy Mnniuiird 0. I niilre H.Mori and Liisnn. I'llt-bnrgli : liniiiMHll II. Pittsburgh. Jump 26. I'it I wluru defeHled Cincinnati, to 3 here today, the locals winning the game In the fifth Innlllg when live hits, ii base on hiil In mid a wild throw hy olHon, re Hulled In live runs being scored Knife: U.,M. H. Cincinnati .. ..(I'll) 201 (10(1 II . 2 Pittsburgh ,...0U Of.O ioc 12 :i HutterUa: Dale, Amen. Lear mid Clark, Wlngo; Mcquillan mid dlhsnn. Summary: Two-lme hits llinih Hiali, olson. Three. base hlt-lll'h-TiiMfl. Hase on ImllK Off Dull- 4. off Amen 3. olf McyuHli'n 5. Illla OIT Dale 10 in fi Inning. ofT Amen 2 In 2 Innings; utT l.eiir nunc In 1 Inning. Struck out Hv Dale N: hy I.eur 1: hy McQuillan 2. I mplrcs Klein iiliil Lnislic, . I'hlliuli lililn I: llrooUbn 0. Philadelphia, June 2. For the Kfi'oml time thin month Alexander cam within one sufcly of a no-hit mark when lie pitched 'hilinlelihlit to h victory over lirooklyn today, 4 t" 11. Coombs gave Alexander u grt'Ht Imtlle for six Innings, hut weHkeiied lifter tllHt. si'ore; n. 11. r. Hrooklvri 000 OHO OHO (I t I Philadelphia. ..lion (Mill 21'x 4 .1 " Butteries: Coomb ami Miller; Al exander lilul Kllllfcr. Summary: Base on bulls -off Coomb 2. Struck out Hy Coombs 2; hy Alexander fi. empires UIKler mid Hurt, M. louls 4: (Tilingo :l. Chicago, Jiiiiii 2d. SI. I,nui broke Chlcngo'a winning utreuk todny when they won (he linul game of the stqics, 4 to 8, The wlldncss of VmukIiii mid Ziihel, rouidei with nn error hy Arrher, ii douhle nlenl hy llutlcr uml Miller nnd opportune hlttinn, mive the VlKitora the mime. Koire: It. 31. K. M. houlN 310 000 00(1 4 7 I tlii'iiKO 04 200 II II 2 UitterleH- Hiillee mill Snyder; ViuiKlin, Znhel. AiIiiiiim, l.iivinder nnd Arehi r, HreMiiiihun. Huliimmy: Twu-liuse hltn Hrhuhe, lleKiher. llreKiiiihnn, Keller. Three hne hllw Wllliiiiim. I.oiik. Hviitt. liouhle phijK lleeli to llyiilt; Hutler to Hnyder. IIiiki-r on IhiIIm ofl' 7.nhel 3: olf' VaiiKhu 1; off Sulle,. 1. IlitH off VmiKhn Z In 1-S Innlnu; off '.a liel 2 in 1 2-3 InnliiK; olT AiIiuhh 2 in 5 IntiliiKH: on Lovender 1 In 2 ln ninK. Hlnnk mil Hy Unllee 4; hy 7m hil 1; hy AiIiiiiih 2; hy lavender I. Vmplren Orlh nnd gulKley. CHICAGO WINS FROM BROOKFEDS TWICE BY VERY LOPSIDED SCORES V MOftNIN JOUMNAL eClL LIABIO WIKI lirooklyn, June 2. ("IiIiiiko took 1'nlh end of it duulile-heailrr todiiV from Hronklyn, Hie HikI, U In 1 and Hie ceiolid 10 to Ii. McConnell pili h ed ureut hull In the tliull holiiiiiK the lmiilH In lour IlitH. HrooUlMi Krored live iiium oil' lletidrlx III the third In ning of the dei'iind giime. Four hll. Ihrie haecx on IhiIIm, h lilt hiilKinan nnd two error i;ave Chlenxo emhl ruiin in the eluhlli. The prnrei'd limn xveiv eiili eiud in UrooklMi'H hull' of the eihlli when Ihip MNeiH mid Joe Tinker euKiii'i'd in an ulttiviilion mid were ordered Ironi Hie km me Sron Klixt Kiinie: It. 11. J".. Clihiii! nun 102 (10 Ii ii 0 liroulJvn .... (mo uoi omi 1 4 1 lliilleiiiw Mi'Coniiell uml I'ii-ln-r; J.nl'itle, lleiiiiliiK nnd Siniim. Seol eSi-rnlnl Knliie: 15. II. K. rhimi-'o .... imiii liui im - in l 1 o lirooklyn ... mi:, too noli- (ill 4 Hiiileiii-H: Id minx, llluek, Itiown and WiImui; WiInoii iiliil Laud. SI. Uml 2-;l: r.aKlinoiT li-.l. HiiHimoie, June :!;. A bii: crowd H ll.utiinoie and SI- Louis split eo n I his al 1 1 I iioun, Kihhe 1'l.iuk and Chief Mender opposed each oilier In the hist K;iine. the let t -1 ill ml er outpilcli fd the Indian, allowing bill three hits. Halikin Johnson, jui pill chased frolu Chicago, pit. In .! the J en aplns to vic tory HI the sei-olid (tame, ,'i to 3. Heme First game It. H. K. St. Louis .... a I (i ooo 1 on- - 2 1 0 0 llalliinoi t- ... i""i imiii nun. ii ;( 0 KaUeries I'linU ii, ll.inli-i; llcll lier and i iwi ns, S. ori .s.-eund caiio 11.11. F.. Ht. Louis .... ooo inn o.'o--:! ! a Hall imore . , . Him I o;t lux - "ill 1 HuHel'ics: Cindiili .tiid Hartley; Johnson and J.ieklits. h. cuark ti: huit-ii. ( lly H, Newark, June :' I'-ig i.'d J t -nl-Lacli held Kansas City KulTieielillv in hck while the Newaik turn halted Nil k Cullop ofT the sliih !n today's (.'dine and Newuik won, ii Score: I!. H. F Kansas Citv ..Oil) OOO 020 - 3 0 1 Newark , VSU 020 (111- 13 0 Lotteries: Cullop, (ilnKi-ns arid lirown; Itetilbaeh and LurUini. IHUlmrgli 3: l'ltulo 2. Buffalo. June 2. A bus on hall" n sinitte Btid lhre doubles In Hie eighth inning gave 1'lttKburgh the winning run In ii 3 to victory over Ltiffalo today. Score: H. K Viitjibursh .. 000 (100 0303 12 1 JTIiiUalo, 000 00 000 2 it 1 liaticrle. , AJJ, ti ujp ... (I'tronnor; AndeiMjiip j!i-ii-n,i. nhd.Wair. . ftV HUMNINd JI3IIIVNAL rICIAL l.f AHIO ") Cleveland, June 2. -- Afler drop plnK nix NlrnlKht In Chli nKu, Clevi land won today, 3 to .'. IMdie Colllini, af ter drhlnu In cMiiikom fliKt run, re tired heraiiKe of n name leu. Senre IL IT. K. ChlriiKo O'lO OHO 200 2 a 2 Cleveland "la 000 020 :l 4 0 linlli-rli-H; I'enz and Siluilk; W'nlk er mid O'Xelll. Huininaiy; Twii-Iae hit -Llehnld. Three-liiiHe hit- Wi-avir. Imuhle Ua il'Nelll and Cha pitui n. IIiihik on hallh off Walker 2; olf Henx I. Mriuk out hy W'ullur 4. Hen 4. I'ml'IrPH Ciinnnll and Walliue. New Vrk .1-: Ihmloli I-1. I'.oMtun, June 20 New;York mul lloHluii eiieh won a Kimie till ftftit' lliiull, the 1hIIiiis taking (he find, ii to I, thi-oUKh a hniiiiiK rally In the I'lKhlh ' II l I (l k The IimiiIm took the econd innteHI, 4 In 2. hv hlltinn fur exlru Iiiihi-h. Score - Kil'st name; '.11.11. New Yolk 'Mill lion liSo .i X 1 Howtnn doo ooo iuo- l !i ;; HatlerlrH; Wnrlioi mul Hiv.i'ii); I'nHler, shore mul TIioiiiiim. SiiiMiiiary: Twu-Ii.ik,. Inti' -Fouler, HlKh. Tin ee-hase hll H iiiuiitn. Jiuii hle play- I'ei'l inlniiili In I'lpp. Hane mi IiiiIIh l-'ofier ; Wiiihnp z; H.iure 2. Hun Off ('i.Mer ' in i l-.'l IiilllriKK, I off shore 2 In I 2-'l !inlnKM. Slruck out- 1 1 v I'UMier 'A. ' hy S'liue 1; h. Warhop I Wild illi h -Wn rhnp. I'mplreK- I linein anil Null in. Hi -ort.- Si'i onii name; II. II. I'.. New York 000 ool 001 2 2 II Honlnil IUO 010 lh- 4 ll '2 llullel h .; Ilrown nnd Sweeny! Wo.al and duly. Siimniiiry: Tivo-Iiiihp hlln - l.ewla (i), Cady, Hiifilltzel. Hume run Wood. liouhle i 1 . Janvrin to ItohlllKi-l. Hooper to llohlll.i l. ItllM.-H oil IiiiIIh lirown 3; Wood ; Maya 1. lllta Off Wood 2 In K InnlnUH (iioiip out In ninth l; AlaVH 0 lu 1 InniiiK Strui k nut Hy Hrown 2; hy May 1. I'mplreK - Ni' Hln mid IXneeli. si. IiiiU 7; lii iinll 2. Ilelrull. .tune 20 - Fur the third time in a week Carl Wellmiiii heat Detroit, the mure today heinn 7 to 2. II wim hlt nlxth victory over lh,. Ti Kern thin pen.ion. II.. Im Hie only St. LnuiM pitcher who hate nii from the local (inh lhl .vetir. j Scute: JL II- K. St. LoiiIh loj ;;oi) nio7 1 1 I Detroit ona uoo OJO 2 " Halleili-K: Wcllman and Auncw; Coveles'kle, Slecu, Itnland, Slanime, tin vet hiii ItiiUer. Summary: Two-hnne IiIIm Huh l-aviui. Three-hiiHe hit linker. lnu hle play Auwtln to I'rull. Hiikck on hallB Sleen 2; Wellnuiu II. IlitH Off Covclcfililo, ft 111 2 l-:t InnlnH; off Steen 3 lu 3 2-3 iunliiKH; off Hnlaiid S In 2 InniiiK"; off t'avct o In I Innlntt. lilt hy pll lo r Covelenlde 2; Well iniin 1. Hi ruck out Hy Ciiveh-Klile f, hy Sleen A: hy lloland 1; hy Weilmuil 2. I'mplrcH IImiiih and ('hill. riiiiiulcipiiiii :i: wiishiimtoii i. WaHhlimlon, June 2'i. I'hihulel- pllla defcaled WaHlilnMlnn .1 to 2 to day. evenliiR lip the Fi lien. The win-, iiIiik run wiih Hi ored on Uilule'H triple hiiiI McIiiiiIh' Hiicrifiie fly. Score: H. II. K f'llllinlellihla .. .020 001 000 .1 II I Winihlnninn ...oil Ooo ooo 2 .ri I Hallei'leM.' Mu.h and Lapp; Shaw, AyeiM and Alnnmltli. Suniinary: Thrce-hane hit I jijolc. lllH--(i'f Shaw :i lu 2 IiiiiIiimh; off Avre B In 7 IiiiiIiikh. Douhle playn Kopli to McIiiiiIh; Koph to La.lulc t. McIiiiiIh, Struck out Hy IIiihIi 7; hy Shaw 7; hy Ayrea fi. I'nipireH 1 111 dchrand and I I'Louiihlin. TARTAR IS WINNER OF BROOKLYN HANDICAP, SETTING UP RECORD 1ST MOMNIN JOUHNAL PICIAI. LIA.1H Wlttl) New York, June 2(i. Hy winning (he tMcnly-sixlh renewal of the his lorlc lirooklyn handicaii at Aiueducl toilm and cslablsdiiiii; a new record of l:,1ii 3-1 for nine lurhmus, ft. T. Wilson's .l-ycji r-nld hay gelding Tur in r, hy ouiien-Yankee sister, enrry iiiH 103 pounds and ridden by Jockey Johnny TagKart, nccomtilished u II and a hit more than his owner and trainer expected from him. There were onlv a half dom-n starters, lull it was I y far the best lot of thorough breds brought together in the east Hits season. Short Crai-s. (he Fnglish horse, owned h Kmil Hire, was (he only one to decline lie issui , ullhoimh seven l arilcii oei ninht. Andii-w Miller's Hoatner. whicli made Ins Orst appearance here this vear, llnished ccond and llari I'aMie Whiincy's borrow, the np weight, runniiiii hi the s lks of L. H. Thompson, was third. These two were Ihe tltsl and second public choices, while Hie w inner lis Hie outsider in the nn. ill Held The Kelmoiit pair, Itnclvih w and Sam M. Meekin and J W, .Mcssei u.'V's Addle M., were Uell supported, hut lume ol them lived up to expectations at any time during Ihe raee. Kocki lew after cutting up at the start, was oil runiiiiw and opened up a but nap in (he hrsl sixteenth Then ItiiuiiiiT raced In him and setting a terrific pace, went into a t h I re-lenvt Ii lead with Tirtar second, half h length in front of Hocfcvlcw and Morrow, ;( I leiutlh a'ay, i.niij. on the rail. I This order was virtually unchalig- rd until tlu-y were well into the loli , stretch, where Moamer showed signs of Wi akenliiK. At this sfaUe Tal t ir closed utroligly on (he lender nd Jockey Notti-r on llorrow w is com ing along on the outside. All throMKh the last eliihlh it was a terrific biiltle lietwei-n this lllo. unit rii:lit at the end the lUht weithted Tartar looked to have the most h it winninc I v a length, while Mourner staggered in second, a nusc in front of Morrow, third. This stretch ft niggle took the three out ten lengths In front of Mockvicw, who Mulshed fourth; Addle M. and Hum McMeeklng being henten off. The time. 150 S-S, clips 1 2-fi see finds ofl the track record made hv Munning Water in lOOfi nnd dupli CU ted 111 si, ; ear in FljiliB Fairy. ' . h h V J KIT t i JAMES Among Hie star golfers playing for thf icilioii.il open chaiupioi'shlp at Ihe I'nltusiol links at Short Hills, N. .)., was James I'arni s, of Philadelphia, who Is one of Die best nni; distance drlvi is In the country. Humes 1 1 wes tern open chnniptou, and his play in . .x ... AW Jerome Travers Immediately a ! 'National Open D AMP TROPHY fi' - " 1 " M,!t, t i tt, .-.j :.-ij i .- ' f- i " !f ''MiA'iwi I ! A '5 V c-, " , . . 4 -4 AV tA Sll v L I t, W - v I t--'. jaaaaaaMaMtt'.. fa'.-. i:....i.i Attj-vt.-kw.:fc--i At the left Is Jemme D, Travers. of the I ppcr Montclnlr (1 df chih. anil open golf champion of the Cnited Slates, This picture of Travels was taken Immediately after he won the title at the Maltcsrol links. New Jer sey, hy finishing one stroke ahead of Thomas L, McNaniara of Festun, and shows th - new champion holding the trophy. At the light is show the ihampuiii tliiving off for the last round in which he outpointed McNanmra etui pi'll l.-r uov, A .. I lr.'. . a the medal scries was almost uncanny. The big Cirnishmim ate up the long holes uith four nnd ml three occasions In rccordt d I lu ces. In the whole round tin-re were hut two fives and one six on his card. He handed in a 71 ciiiinliing the course record held hy (.!i .irge Low ami several others. 4 Golf Championship of Country -' TnAMJiS 'PfuvwG'orr "y last came, .v. ' S H v " ,i f I O V v -vt-V -i H - ' s - -.-'- v--- .n , lt MORNINa JOUfthAL VPICIAL IBAKS WIKII ChlcnKii, June V'i All cnmpetlti e fpcedwiiy recordH of the world from fifty to .100 ml leu were Hhuttereil to day lu the rir.st Chli'iiKo ' SOO-mile derhy. They weiv not only heatin hy Darin Mi'Hta, who won with u French car and captured more than $20,000 iv prize money, hut hy nine .-ther drlv eiK who finished In the tnorey. The prevloiiH lecord, made hy Ilulph de H'llma, al Indianapolis recently, won at the rate of 8II.X4 mlleH per hour. UeHtu overiiKed 7.li over the same dlxtuncc, and J. "oopcr, who finish'-d tenth, bettered the d. 1'iilma IniirU hy uvcriiKing 00.3 milcn. The reuiilt, iiccordlni? to experts, ch tntillHheH the new wooden track as tile fMHicst in the I'niled States if not in the world. It was announced that despite thientcniiiK weather early in the day SO, 000 persons witnessed the spectacle. The performance of the 'Veteran Harry (!rant, in driving the entire race without stop excited almost as much enthusiasm as the hrllliunt vlc ti iy of liesta. , Following? was the order if th finish: I'laco Driver Klapsed Ave. Time Hour No. 1 Ke.stii .1:07:0(1; 97. i No. 2 l'i rporato .VIO:r0; 9ii.fi No. Ki.'lienliacki-r ...1:14:02; H5.S No. 4 (irant 5:1.1:08; . Hi.Oi; No, .1 K. Cooper .1 :)."; T. 9 ; .!I4.0!I Nn. Anderson 1:l!i;00; H4.04 No. 7 Alley 5;2l'i:04r 81." No. S Chevrolet 5:27:1.1; : ill No. !l liurman .1:2S:.1.1; 91.2 No. 10 J. Cooper .1:32:10; 90.3 Rest. i was favorite Ht (he start anil led nurst of the way closely pressed l all times He visited Hie pit only three times. 'T hi id hack a lot for the first 12.1 miles, hut after that 1 let her out. nnd harrimf i ident, 1 felt sure of winnlnK," said Uesta, When the race was over 4ie wiped the oil from his face, shook hands with Mayor Thompson and disap peared to get some n st. Hoiporato had more lire trouhle than his compatriot or he might have landed ihe race. He started out with the Idea lhat an average of 97 miles would win and held that pace with lit tle variation lor 400 miles when he saw that more speed was necessary. Thereafter it was Heck and neck be. tween Hie two, with Ric'kenhucker and (Irani always threatening. A rcmarKalde feature of the race was Its freedom from injuries to driv ers or spectators. The s)iced of the hoard track Is Said lo have, been sliow n ill its effect on the nu n engaged in timing the race. The cars flashed over the wire so fast lhat the -clerks were unable to keep track of thoni. They floundered on the first lap, and the rnc. was all but over before the number of cars had decreased enough for them to catch up Willi Ihe electric recorder. Thus the spectators tiring most, of the race were in ig-i-cram-e of the relative positions of the contestants. Southern Association. Memphis 3-1; Nashville 3-2. Little Kock Ji-0; Chattanooga 1-1. New Orleans 2: liirmingruini ! (Called; darkness.) Alubile-Atlanla; rain. American Association. Indianapolis. S; Columbus, 1. St. Haul, 2; Kansas City, 0. Louisville, 3; Cleveland, 1. .Minneapolis, 6; Milwaukee, 4. After He Won 4 l'k VA f r 9 rv v , J. v j - - -i . Z i v Cleveland 22 30 .379 St. Louis 22 3 .379 Philadelphia 22 3S. ,3li7 FEDEKAL I.KAGtK. W. U Pet Kansas City 37 2.1 .597 St. Louis 34 23 J1II6 I'ittshurgh . . 32 2H .552 Chicago 34 80 .531 Newark . .32 30 .illti Mr-ioklyn 30 33 47 Hnlllmore 24 3 .400 Muffal 2.'! 41 .359 W1IEKE TIIEV PliAY TODAY. Rio Cnindo Assrvlatloa RI Paso ut Albuqueriiie, I'hoenix at TucBon. tlotml League. Pltlshurgh ut St. Louis. Chiciigo at Cinelnmitl. Amencan Leag-ue, St. Louis lit Chicagn. Cleveland Ht Detroit. Federal Ifague. j Kansnu City at Newark. BOTHNER NEARLY AT LIMIT FOR MATCH WITH YOUNG HACK (leorge Mothner, lightweight wrest ling champion, Is getting down to weight. Mothner want. to go nn the mat weighing 13.1 pounds and hy hard training since he reached Alhu iueitiie, he has not fur to go. A big crowd saw Mothner nnd Al Smauhling, who Is to meet Harry Wallace In Ihe seml-w indti, train last night al the Moose club. oMthner has been taking on all comers In his work-outs and will continue to do so this week. Young O'Hannon, of Hus ton, Is his chief training partner. Mothner said last night he was In great condition. The champion had experience in wrestling in high alti tude once when he met u tough, grapplcr in Nevada and is taking no chances on being ill conditioned. SJfeJiREAKESST rim r. oh aid j al aVW al JUNE 20. in a dull and dismal day. The sky is dank and dark, And yet a lot of athletes play At yonder baseball park. , JUNE 21. The Summer son in all aflame, Its heat tomes pouring down, 'And yet there ain't a baseball game In any park in totm. All the ball Irani were out of town yesterday, and It the pujcholon leal moment to bur a scrap of paper and net a place In the aim. Ill spite of its trials and vicissi tudes haseball continues to be Amer ica's most popular sport. In Jack .011, Mich., there will be a boxing show, the profits of which are ex pected 10 keep the Jackson baseball team on Its feet. The aenttment rx pressed In the above paragraph uiovea u stfiiiely. U hj not bwld a alx-day bike race for the benefit of Indigent n render f l.arry MrI.ean'a pinna for the fu ture are ahrouded in myatery, but there Is a Midenpread suspicion that he will not Jump to the Kpworta League. THE TRADERS. Consider Jimmy Archer; The scribes are trading him. And yet those ball seribes, I surmise. Are just the same old bunch of guys Who traded Heine .im. Itumora of an impending aale of ,11m Archer lend one to aunpeet that John llcOmn hna been shooting no loua gaaea Into the t ub trenehea. It Is hard lo Imagine that a rude hall player from Boston intentionally spiked Heine Zim. It would be easier to imagine "William J. Hryan in the act of handing Jess Willurd a poke on the Jaw. It la not surprising- that Connie Slack pick, the White Sox to win the pennant. Ills old temu la now play. Ina: second bane for omixkr. Ilnaebalt fans In I-hllndelphia pre sented Cddie Collin. ,h Bu ,f It had been a iU-t-altber Connie Mnck would hare filled the barrel with Sll-dollar gold piecea. C. Mack emits the Information that Schulk Is a better catcher than Schang. We might add that Eddie Collins Is a better base runner than 1'lng Bodle. Charley Hrr.og I. one of the mo.i remarkable figure. In baseball. He la trying: to niauuge the Keda and the stockholder at the aame time, and atlll ninnnnea tu keep nut of the nut foundry. Having Razed at eeveral hundred thousand pictures of Barney Oldfield we are led to wonder whether he eaU aid sleeps with that cigar in his mouth. It will not be necessary to hrlnir Biily Sunday to Chicago not while we have Jess AVIUard. A IABLE. Once npon a time a Bnnher waa bnltlna M7 In the lhlo- allfornla l.easne and netting the Circuit afire He was a Ty ohb, an Kddle Collma and a Trla Speaker all la one. A nia; League Magnate, havlnc beard of the bnaher'a remara ble ability, bought him for tXILflOO cash. The Bnalter made good. tar MOKNisa journal mcial liamo wiat 1 MoHton, June 26. Athletes for the eustern section of tho country were pitted iiEainst each other on the trick and field within the flarvard stadium today to determine, those best fitted lu rcprertent the east ill the national championship competition to be held at San Francisco, August 6 and 7. Some of the youths proved their fit ness withmt question; others in the nineteen events In which tryouts were held came through only liecau-ie first 'rate opponents were lacking. Most notable of the day's perform ances was the mile run of Norman S. Tuber, the' Oxford lihodes scholar, now representing the Huston Athletic association. On a track sodden with morning ruins the former Hrown uni versity track team captain sped over Ihe mile in 4 minutes, 15 1-.1 seconds. This was only four fifth. of a second below the world's amateur record made by J. P. Jones, of Cornell, nn Ihe same track two years ago, when Taber wiih second. Only a slow first quarter which Tj ber spent in working his way through a small gri up of runners, probably prevented him from reaching the world's mark. He covered the last three-quarters of a mile In 3 minims, 15 2-.1 seconds, pressed closely .11 times hy Abel 11. Kivi.it of the Irish American Athletic club of New York. Keen pursuit was. lacking, however, during much of the race and Taber led l y thirty-right yards at the finish. In several events performances were better than any reached in any national amateur championship meets. W, ''I. Mennix of the Huston Athletic association won the 440 yards hurdles, In 54 4-5 seconds two ,econds belter than the world's rec ord, but doubt as to whether the hurdles were properly arranged caused the referee to refuse to let the time stand as a low mark. The attempt of J. K. ("Ted") Mere dith, running with the colors of the Meudowbrook Athletic club to set a new record for the 4 4 0-yard run was without success, although he won with five yards to spare in 49 3-5 sec onds. Mrook Tirewer of St. Albans school, Washington, 1.1. C. who came to the tryouts credited with a 9 4-5 seconds performance for the 100-yards dash, fell from form, his best effort being fourth place In a, race won by A. T. Meyer, of the Irish-American Athletic club, New York, In ten seconds. Mey er was almost overtaken by irvinS T. Howe, the Colby college negro, whom many believed to have won. Howe captured the furlong daah. The five-mile run was a victory for two Finnish-Americans, Hanncs Ko lehmainen, wearing the shield of the. Irish-American Athletic club of New York, who won, and V. Kyronen, of Ihe Melrose Athletic association, New York, who had traded places Willi him until all the other runners were eliminated from challenging the lead. Kolchmaliien'R time, 2.1 minutes, 13 2-5 seconds, was only 5 2-5 seconds slower than his American amateur record. ALBUQUERQUE JUNIORS BEAT JUNIOR MACKMEN ON JORDAN'S HOMER The Duke Juniors played the Mack men Juniors an eleven-Inning game yesterday, but the contest lasted only lone hour and tifty-ftve minutes, ac cording to the official worekeeper. The count was 12 to 11 In favor of the Young Albuquerqueans. Young Jor dan won the gamu with a home run. The batteries were: Pete Trosselo and Eugene Trosello for Albuquerque; Harry Clark, Dick Doyle and Cecil Highes for El Paso. Smaulding umplr umpire. Western League. Omaha 1; St. Joseph 4. Denver, 10-1; Wichita 1-2. (Sec- ond game eight innings). Sioux City 8; Des Moines 4. Topeka 9-0; Lincoln 3-8. Pacific Coast League. Portland 6-9; San Francisco 4 Oakland 1; Salt Lake IB. Venice 7; Los Angeles 3. College Baseball. Yule 13; Harvard 0. Pool Operatives Fined. Indianapolis, ind., June 26. Fines of $200 and costs each were assessed against Uoy McDaniels and Hubert Hamilton in city court here today on the charge of making a Rift enter prise. Moth had been selling coupon" for baseball pools. Several other m"1 are awaiting trial on similar ehnrHf"- CHUXr.XC.F.. The Madrid baseball team chal lenges any amateur team In Albuquer que, the O. It. E. preferred, to a g.";lP at Madrid on July 4. Expenses ami cash prize. Acceptance must be made by June 2S, Y. 311. C. A., C. A. Lockwood, Gen. Sec y. Oft Rid of Your Klieuiiintlsm. Now is the time to get rid of yur rheumatism. Chamberlain's Liniment properly applied will help you very much. Remember that chronic and muscular rheumatism require no in ternal treatment. Obtainable every where. DUKE CITV Cleaners-Hatters 120 Weal Gold Phone DRUMMER ALLEYS FOR EXERCISE fry Game of Ten Pin !6B Weet GM V