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porting EL' PASO HERALD April 21,1910. The Herald's Sporting News ews Tliursdar El Paso Bank & Trust Co. 319 San Antonio St, Solicits Your Patronage Camtal Stock $100 MOO R. M TURNER, Pres. R P. JONES, V-Pres A. F. KERR, Cashier LEEH. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r. PRIZE FITS OUTLIEO II THL CIT? OF 1WIEXIC0: BOXING GIN CCfflUE THE BIG-LEAGUES USE 20,000 BALLS A YEAR j Twenty tlimiiiia "There is no objection to boxing classes being- given, and where the ex- i Prize fights are outlawed in the City of Mexico and me federal district, but .hlp"e norLcluded under the ban hibition is brief and can be assured which the governor or the district, that it is not a mou&y making arrange- ( Guillermo Landa y Escandon, has placed , ment or that brutality will not be in- J on prize fighting. Speaking of his de- dulged in, I w.il have no objection termination to neranit no more prize whatever to thp ovhihit " j fights in the federal district Mr. Landa j Mr. Landa y Escondon stated that ne wouiq equally oppose jiu-jitsu ana -wrestling matches if excitement and Ben Lomond. Cald., April 21. At last . "I have watched the big fellow pre .Teffrles Is at it- Yesterday he went pare for nearly all his important fights With big, black Bob .. .,. ., &-. r threo livelv rounds with Armstrong and did all his training stunts as well. Jeff seemed anxious to snake up for his lost time Tuesday, and he did it. The old left jab seemed to be coming back, and steam sizzled from every blow. Later in the day Jeff and Billy Papke i look shovel and pick and labored witn the workmen who are constructing the camp swimming pool. Manager Ber ger is expected today with Joe Choy tilskl, whom he went to meet at San Francisco. Carl Ewing, a former Coast league baseball magnate, who knows Jeffries very well was a visitor at the camp. on the coast, said Ewmg. and l doubt if he ever has looked a bit bet ter than he does today. I have bet on him every time he started' and it looks as though I would have to do so again." Jeffries in his training is showing littlo inclination to box. He'd rather rough it. Following his three rounds with Bob Armstrong yesterday, Jeff ries remarked that he preferred 15 rounds of fast fighting to two rounds of sparring. This penchant of the big fighter for heavy work brings up the question of whether' his training op ponents are husky enough to face Jeffries. if i - .ii . ... i i. Singles and Bunts By cab , 1 y Escandon said in substance "It is against the brutality and not the physical development and skill that I am opposed. Prize fights are brutal and I have absolutely and" finally decided that no more shall take place iu the federal district. 'By prize fights I mean those- exhi bitions of brutality where two men pound each other unmercifully for a purse of money. I have no objection to short purely sporting bouts where no stakes are put. Interest in them should become such that obvious brutality began to enter Into the exhibitions and If actual in jury to participants should result. "However," he said, "whatever bru tality there may be m wrestling and jiu-jitsu, it is not apparent to the on lookers. There is a wide difference be tween these and sparring wherein two persons stand up and pound each other as nearly as possible to a pulp." MANY OLD MEN ON MOEEKOI TE AM ! JOHNSON WANTS J. WALSH AS REFEREE The first man who knocks a ball into the mouth of the lion In the zoo will get a free pass to see the animals. As soon as the swimming pool is opened it will be patronized by the baseball fans; some of them need a cool-j ing off after the game. It Is a long lane that has no turning and no mudholes at the park. The park hedges ought to be trim med. It would add to their appearance. Bisbee is coming Saturday and Sun day with a crackajack team. Benjamin may take a trip to the ball park any day, though he would "have a hard time getting out through that narow little exit. "Hit and run" is the surest way to win. All the El Paso bunch of last year are showing up well, and now comes "Will Schumacher, who is batting over .300 for Fayetteville, K. C. The players should have an awning over their benches to protect them from the hot sun while they are resting. The boy with the water bucket is as pspular as the man with the paint brush, only with a different bunch. Time and tide wait for no man: he has to make a base hit if he expects to get there. Kernan tmght to get a pair of goggles to wear out in right field. Harbuck hopes the new umpire will be here Satiydaj', even if he mast bring that name along. Fans ought to-visit the zoo while they are at the park and see the way it is growing. Stonewall Jackson is making prepara tions for a few more home runs. It would not do to call the El Paso team by some of the names that are Jieard in the grandstand. El Paso used to celebrate all big holidays with a baseball game in the days when Tim Lyons was a ball plaj -er. Peyton Edwards used to run for first; now he is running for sheriff. Nutty is a tame word for it base ballatis Is worse than anything de scribed in the dictionary. Infield Same as Last Year. Ashley, Veteran Pitcher, Bounding in Shape. Morenci, Ariz., April 21. The Mo renci baseball lineup at present is not as strong as last season, but the boys are showing the result of steady prac tice and the team Is in the pink of condition. It is not yet complete, as all the new men have not reported. However, there Is sufficient material on hand to assure a fast team. The Infield of last year Is practically intact. Yolbrecnt, first; O'Brien, sec ond; Hayes, third, and Crittenden, shortstop, the latter being a utility man last season. Volbrecht led the club in batting last year. The entire outfield is new. Kelley in ceifler is showing the best form and is an excelent hitter. Right is being held down by Dolly, an Indian recruit who Is also a wonder with the stick. The pitchers are dpubllng in left till a regular man arrives. Behind the bat BrubaTcer is showing up strong. He has played in Morenci for several sea sons and is well known. Ashley, the veteran pitcher, will be the mainstay In the box and he is showing all his old time form. Cum mings is a newcomer from Dawson, but "he has not shown much control. The grounds on top of the slag dump have just been worked over and are in excelent shape. balls are used annually by the major league clubs during: the training trips and championship cam paigns. John Arnold LTeydler, secretary-treasurer of the Na tional league, reports that last year the teams in his organiza tion called on the manufacturers to furnish them "with S00 dozen spheres. The Cincinnati Reds used the most balls, and then came the Pittsburg Pirates, the Chicago Cubs, tho New York Giants, the Phillies, the Boston Doves, the Brooklyn Superbas and the St. Louis Cardinals. The watchdog of the National league treasury will not tell what price the clubs pay for the official balls, but one closely as sociated with one of the manu facturers insinuates that persons who guess that a major league club spends about $1,C00 a year for spheres are not far out of the way. Each ball, therefore, J costs' probably SO cents. The price of the spheres varies from ft year to year. f kSxS3xjx$$xSxS QUILLING TO HOLD INDICATOR IN CLIFTON-MORENCI GAMES. Clifton. Ariz., April 21. Geo. Quil ling, who has played with the local team for several years, but was out Big Jim Jeffries Says It Doesn't Make Any Dif ference With Tfira. Chicago, 111., April 21. Jack Johnson wants Jack "Welsh, of California, to referee the big fight at Emeryville, July 4. He has announced so, and has also shown much wrath at reports that he is not training properly. "I favor "Welsh," he said, "because I know he Is on the square and will give j of the game last year owing to in juries received early in the season, will doubtless be the Clifton-Morenci choice for umpire to officiate at all league games here. The schedule committee left the selection in the hands of the two clubs. Quilling has established a reputation in the two camps for his impartiality and knowledge of the game. "Work on the local ball grounds has been commenced. The grounds are located on a flat sandy stretch and will be covered with tailings from the mills, and then rolled. me an even break, which ds all I ask. He is a native son and I see no reason why Jeffries should not accept him. "Jack Johnson will be ready to put on the battle of his life on July 4. I trained for the Burns fight in five weeks and I have never been in as good shape as I was then. I certainly ought to be able to get into condition for Jeffries in seven or eight weeks. No one ds a better judge of my condi tion than I am. and as soon as I get to the stage where I don't know how to train, I intend to quit the game." Can You Risk Your Judgment ! s ' M HAMILTON FEATURE FLYER AT MEETING The Herald's Bird Man Beats All of Them at San Antonio Meeting. The Herald man bird, is .making bet ter than good over San Antonio way. With Glen Curtiss and Charles Wlllard on the job for the carnival aviation meeting, Hamilton in his golden biplane has been the sensation of the week. "Wednesday he got away to a flying start and went -up In the air 600 feet, circled around the field and made his famous Hamtilon glide to earth, the feat which has placed him in a class by him self among aviators as the most dar ing of a daring crowd of men. It was the opening day of the car nival and the crowds were more anx-. jous to see Hamilton and his glide than they were to see Cnrtiss, who built the red haired boy's machine. In addition to Hamilton's flights, Thomas S. Baldwin made a flight In his dirigible baloon and Curtiss and "Wll lard made short flights, although their anachines were not working welL Hamilton will be the feature of the carnival week at San Antonio and his pictures are appearing in the San An tonio papers each day. PARRAL HAS THREE BASEBALL .TEAMS WRESTLERS SIGN FOR GLOBE BOUT t Globe, Ariz., April 21. Articles of agreement were signed last night be tween Al Chrlstensen, champion wrest ler of the south, and Ed Husson, a local wrestler. Husson made a side bet of $100. The winner of the match takes the entire gate receipts. The matcn will be pulled off at Dreamland Tues day night. LIYIE GOES AS GOLF V $ INSTRUCTOR TX WISCONSIN D. S. LIvIe, golf expert at the Coun try dub, has been selected as profes sional golf Instructor for the exclusive Xake Geneva Country club at Lake ge neva, "Wis., and will leave on April 28 to begin his engagement on the famous "Wisconsin lake. Mr. Livie will return to EI Paso on November first, however, to again take charge of the .Country club course as expert. He came here from the Annandale Country club of Pasade na, CaL, and is recognized as one of the -most experienced and careful teach ers and players in the country. Schedule Is Reported for the Season Ei:ervbodv Has Ball Bug. Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico, April 21. The baseball bug has got every Ameri can and half the natives in the camp. It is worse than typhoid; not only one and two in a family are affected; every body is stricken. And worst of all, 4 there is no prospect of a letup for many months to come. The board of directors of the baseball association has decided dnstead of four teams, there will be only three; it is thought that by this arrangement there will be a better article of ball deliv ered to the public than there would bo with four teams composed, as they were of some good players and the balance j inexperienced youngsters. Each team will be represented on the board of directors by a captain and a j manager. 1 The teams as now composed are as follows. Aguilas Scott, AngHn,' manager: Johnson, J. Torres, Soto, Hulings, Taio- mantes, Jno. "Wilson, captain; A. Chavez, Molinar, Almanzar Gallos Butler, Kendricks, Fitzpat rick, S. Gallardo, captain; R. Torres, Xa gel, Doak, Carillo, P. Baca, manager; Gomez, "W. Vasquez. Tecolote 7Hawkins, "Wellington, Ca sas, manager; Coupal, J. R. WJison, cap tain; J. M. Gutierrez, Woodburir; R. Vas quez, Posadas, Lopez, Connors. Schedules April 24 Aguilas vs. Gallos. May 1 Tecolotes vs. Gallos. May 5 Mexican vs. Americans. May S. Parral vs. Sta. Barbara at Parral. May 15 Tecolotes. vs. Aguilas. May 22 Aguilas vs. Gallos. May 23 Gallos vs. Tecolotes. June 4 Sta. Barbara vs. Parral "at Sta. Barbara. June 11 Aguilas -vs. Tecolotes. June IS Aguilas vs. Gallos. June 25 Tecolotes vs. Gallos. 5 4 4 STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. $ 4 Br Art "Woods. J "WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY. National League. Boston a't Philadelphia. Brooklyn at New Tork. Cincinnati at Chicago. St Louis at Pittsburg. Ben Lomond, Cal., April 21. On be ing informed that Johnson had chosen Jack "Welsh as referee, Jeffries said: "I don't believe I've given the referee question a moment's thought so far. Any of the names suggested would be agreeable to me. The selection of the referee wHl be in Berger's hands. Per sonally, I don't care much who the third man Is, so long as he thoroughly understands the game." BEES ROUT PLAYERS AXD FAN'S AT LOS ANGELES Los Angeles, Cal.. April 21. A swarm of angry bees routed two Coast league teams here yesterday, establishing a new baseball record. Los Angeles and Vernon players Tetreated from the Chutes park field and the grandstand waa promptly emptied of fans. After clearing things the bees retired. Some of the players were stung oh fudge! Qportlet Q By Tim American League. Chicago at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Boston. New York at Boston. Texas League. .Snreveport at "Waco. Dallas at San Antonio. Fort "Worth at Houston. Oklahoma City at Galveston. HOW THEY STAXD. National Teams Philadelphia 4 Pittsburg 3 Chicago 5 Cincinnati 4 Boston 4 New York 4 Brooklyn : 4 St Louis 4 League. P. "W. 3 2 3 John D. Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy for diarrhoe, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is simply impossi ble, and so says every one that has used it. Sold by all dealers. American Teams Cleveland 5 Boston 5 "Washington . . T. 6 Detroit 4 Philadelphia 4 St. Louis 3 New York 3 Chicago !.. 4 League. P. "W. ..5 4 ..5 3 3 L. 1 1 o 2 2 L. 1 Poor Johnny Kling! Can't he keep out of trouble? Seems not. Yet he CAN play ball, and that's all he's supposed to do, anyway. Because the game was stopped at train time, the Chicago Nationals were saved from almost certain defeat at the ganv yesterday in Chicago, 'with St. Louis. Umpire O'Day did the calling. The ppnies ran well to form at Emeryville yesterday. Favorite fol lowers cashed in many events. The National league season was opened yesterday at Brooklyn. In cele bration Philadelphia walloped the home team, to a 6 and 2 tune. Jeff evidently desires to practice on dark meat. He has started in on Bob Armstrong as a punching bag. Will bold, black Bob last? Wlltse of New York held the Boston visitors to three singles and prevented anyone from passing first In yester day's game. Attendance was slim at Pimlico track yesterday. It was blamed on threaten ing weather. At home Boston did poorly yesterday and Washinsrton took advantas-e of it. Pct- ! It ended 12 and 4. Pet. .750 .667 .600 .500 .500 .500 .250 .230 .800 .600 .500 .500 .500 .333 .333 .250 Texas Teams Dallas 5 Houston 5 Galveston . r 5 Shreveport 1 . . 5 San Antonio 5 Oklahoma City 5 Fort "Worth 5 Waco ". 5 League. P. "W. ...5 5 ... 5 4 ... 5 3 L. 0 1 2 3 3 3 4 4 President "W. R. Armour of the Toledo Americans, has Insured his players against accident. If anyone is hurt Ar mour will get the coin. Clever scheme that, a AddieJoss pitched the first no hit game of the season at Chicago yes terday. Cleveland won, 1 and none. Ross stakes at Aqueduct yesterday "Weather conditions are not bright for the Harvard -Navy boat race at Annapolis today. Both crews are re ported to be m the proper pink. Schmlrler, the Duluth pitching re cruit, has been sold to Peoria by the Chicago club. Two straights were won by Irishman over Turk at Sioux City. la., last night when Con O'Kelly met Humid Kala Pasha. The Turk became so wild that the police were called. The Turk then performed his second Sioux falls (joke). According to Henry M. "Wheaton, for mer Yale football player, more tinker ing with .the football rules is necessary to save the game. In general all will agree with Henry, who says: "The new tackling rule, which forbids diving tackles, is a failure, and will result-in a bigger cripple list than the old regu lations." A sprained ankle for pitcher Lelivelt of the Tigers. The "Western baseball league season will open tomorrow, as will the New England league play. Few pugs can stand success. Take Jack Johnson as an illustration, or, if you want a white man, take Stanley Ketchel. Granville Corr has departed from Phoenix for Clinton, la. He has joined the Northwestern association. Jim Corbett admits that Jeffries can lick him with the gloves, but the ex champion Js itching for a go at hand ball. The meet may $:ome off after 'the j uiij mill. If you can we want to take you out and show you the finest proposition for the location' of a homesite that has ever been put on the market in El Paso, or the whole southwest. THAT IS overnment Hill And we neverfelt prouder of anything in our lives than that we have the priv ilege to show such home places to the citizens of this wonderful city. GOV ERNMENT HILL has everything upon which to build an ideal home for you, and your children after you. Lots $10.00 Down, $5.00 a Month No Mortgage, No Taxesr No Interest Phone 352 Phone 271 Austin & Marr Latta & Happer Caples Building 207 Mesa Big League Baseball Wednesd sy's -"Results NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati Pittsburg-Cinclnnati game poned; rain. post- At New York " R. H. E. Boston ...0 3 12 New York ..---4 9 2 Batteries Boston. Matten and Smith; ! New York, "Wiltz and Meyers. Umpires Rigler and Emslie. Pet. 1,000 .S0o .600 .400 1 .400 i .200 v v v v v v v ; v ; ; ; ; NEW YORK DRAWING LINES ON RAGING Albany, N. Y., April 21. By votes oflarge margin, the as sembly here yesterday passed two racing bills, one designed to prohibit oral bookmaking and the other repealing that section of the Percy-Gray law, which exempts officials of racing asso ciations from personal liability for violations of tKe anti-gambling laws. T tr. l.1.1. 1I..1 .IT. -r- . . were won by Preciavia, an IS to 1 shot. Ia , a i" "" " e .eisn-.icifar-Philadelphia walloped Dovle's curves I!Jd a,tch c,lrded. a5. LnKn 'or the cue ui. jiny, wm De caued off. Ad "Wol gast says he has received word from "Welsh that in view of a Welsh-"Wolgast meeting at San Francisco on July 2, the English proposition will be given the nixie. t Committees of the Douglas Country club have finished a schedule of "spring specials" and "social stunts" at golf play. "When Bat Nelson again faces Ad wolgast for the lightweight title, 'Tom my Ryan will be in his corner. Ryan is going to condition Bat. Jem Mace, the formefrpugilist cham- viuu oi tne world. Philadelphia walloped at the game with New York in the Quaker City yesterday. Doyle should create a wiggle ball. Nothing better. The, national commission has refused the claim for S77 mafli hv th Fresno. .400 cal., state league club that player Jo- .200 rontl "RUlcr nn-rr- Sr Tk -..-.. -rrr.c n ti j -f. .r.Alw, 11U11 iU 1CUUllf HUO CJ. VAA . . : " tract jumper. Evidence showed that Bills had got permission from the secretary. Bills is no jumper of bills. A two base wallop by Carroll won the Oakland-Portland game yesterdaj-. It was a hard fought game, ending 1 and 0. Bunched hitting and Thorsens re liability won the game for Los Angeles yesterday, Vernon scoring only 2 against the home team's 7. It was four wild throws by Sacra mento players that lost the game to San Francisco yesterday. President O'Neal of the "Western league has assigned umpires as follows: Jack Haskell, chief umpire, St. Joseph. Ditt Spencer, to Topeka. George Clark, "Wichita. John Mullen, Denver. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Philadelphia 6 10 0 Brooklyn 2 5 1 Batteries Philadelphia, McQuillen and Jacklitszch; Brooklyn, Rucker, Bell and Bergen. Umpires Klein and Kane. KEEP UP THE "GOAT' WORK. BENJAMIN ! MUT Be ADD FoR. 6k uhoer?TA(ceR.-S (sroes I STOP AT V HOose BerWT) fPuSHOM tus- lP Z C !. I HD li-LiY f -r uises 36rt3A?NU a. ri W I e -P', Is. ' aUTl f , i .jr - - m. w i iHir r i L-a i . - J 700 COLLECT , 6, jtJUiLC ?"?' ", Bx W I penSftMtK J. Jlj c ..fij, j jr- . IS rpcpnrlv ooloKi-itnH H ow. C ' - -.j UV.1.U1U1EU , aum anniversary at Islington. Eng. it has been nearly half a century since n?rfn "? the title from Toro King. SI Smnnn CrCer he earned than ?1,000,000. Todav ho l ,t o.a?Sfi. e doesn,t appeal to Ad "Wol gast, the new lightweight champ. In that respect. Ad differs greatly from 5Vc ? tD' Who iust reTels Jn it. Ad i.x' a rum &ame- No more Marathon runs for muh " says Gusta Ljugstrom, the pigmy !?!? hD cashed the world's record Y -"e iuii distance. Gus plenty. TVio. ., i,i, u race Ior tne $5000 gold waiicuge cup, offered one Club of America "CX 15 OTer the Long Island motor park way and Nassau county roads. The length will be 278.08 miles club of England is aviation meets this At St. Louis y R. Chicago 5 St. Louis 4 Batteries Chicago, Pfeister Needham; St. Louis, Lush and nahan. Umpires O'Day and Brennan. H. E. 6 1 and Bres- At St. rain. AMERICAN Detroit Louis-Detroit LEAGUE. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Mobile: r Mobile 2 Birmingham , V.'.T At Montgomery: x Montgomery ....3 New Orleans 5 At Nashville first game: Nashville 2 'Atlanta ........ 13 Second game: Nashville .8 Atlanta !!..., 14 At Chattanooga first game: Chattanoga ... 4 Memphis ..r... ! 2 (7 innings.) Second game: Chattanooga 2 Memphis ':..... 1 (7 Innings.) j TEXAS LEAGUE. At San Antonio (12 Innings), JLS.Hl Dallas .2 5' 4 San Antonio - .1 6 4 Batteries Dallas, Shontz and Ons low; San Antonio, Abies and Alexan der. ' Umpire "Westerrilt. game postponed; l says 20's a At Chicago Cleveland Chicago . .. C7. . I Batteries Cleveland,- R. H. E. 1 6 0 .....0 d 1 Joss and Clarke; Chicago, TVnite and Payne. at Galveston R. H. E. Oklahoma City -...;... 6 10 2 Galveston ..i.-..Io 12 3 Batteries Oklahoma City, Bandy, Crawson and NoyesrNGalveston, Hen drickson and Stringer. " Umpire Bush. - -d. -d it tt. -t Houston At Boston R. H. E. f?nrt. -rr-rt.v, -ton 12 12 2 IS01 ; J3USLUJ1 ............ .......... H 4 Batteries Washington, Gray and Street; Boston, Smith and Leroy, Carrl gau and Madden. Umpires DIneen ana Connolly. At Philadelphia- New York R. H. E. .0 R. H. E. ....... . J... 0 2 3 7 15 0 Batteries Fort "Worth; "Weatherford, Burke. "Weeks and Green; Houston Hornsby and "Wick: ' Umpire Matthews. At "Waco-Shreveport Waco . . .T. . . i I J Sold Philadelphia ....x.6 12 2 i Waco ..--.- .......57 iii v Automo- Batteries New York, Doyle and Batteries Shreveport, "Brady .'r,r t i Un ofrj Sweeney; Philadelphia, Bender and Hnger; Waco. Landell and TV: -Lne Royal Aero arranging for six year. Permission has "Welseley "rah-ra!h" regular ball as a been granted the girls to play base college sport. iErtUAjWH COMCOCTED H(S OUJM -MD -! Sua"d Hfts "Been CHARTeE.er TWSAWSRriSINC FJLOAT Kl6HT'0UT OT ??VOPTcrt Foe rr'i AM exre Toi-tOEr 5o THece iuiii- Be mo DanSsJS j 'N .Vj mreRviEUJ Ujith "BeriMin tp HIS BsSSMENT APftBTMEHT -Tb-DAy THE 6Eer 'BAB&-t3l-ln AOTHOfcJTY INFOJ2MS-D TH. J0eTe THAT HE HAD k lAARK" AB1B CONTJcACT UutTH THE. fCNffe OH BIS ADVeUTISiNG SCHevie . WK5BS HVff WE HEARD THAT ( COH.TfcACT TALK" "SB-FoRB. P SCHUMACHER NOW PLAYING IX NORTH CAROLINA LEAGUE Wli iam Schumacher, one time popu lar with El Paso baseball fans isP ow Playing in the field for Fayetteville N. - , In the Eastern Carolina league Last season he led the league in battfcig with an average of 301, and his fielding average was 975 In the 67 games play ed, according to a letter which he ad dressed to Capt. J. J. Sullivan of the fire department. FLIES IN AIR WITH FOUIL PASSENGERS IN CAR Charlesville, France, April 21. A new aviator record was scored by Roger Somner here yesterday when he made a five ' minutes fly with four passen- gers In Ins aeroplane. & Thomas. Umpires- -Egan and Evans. AMERICAN At St. Paul: ASSOCIATION. R Kansas City .' 2 St. Paul 1 At Minneapolis: Milwaukee 9 Minneapolis 10 At Toledo: Toledo-Louisville game postponed: rain. H 3 COAST LEAGUE. At Portland R Oakland 1 Portland 0 2 0 Batteries: Nelson and Spiesman; Seaton, Ryan and Murray. Umpire Jeffries. .R. H. E. ...2 5 4 9 2 and rhite. COLLEGE GAMES. R At Princeton: Williams Princeton 0 At New Haven, 13 innings: Bucknell - 5 Yale T 3 At West Point: West Point v- i....-i...5 Lafayette .'.2 At Los Angeles: Vernon Los Angeles .v Batteries: Brown " and Thorsen and prendorff.., R H E 5 2 12 2 Hensling; At San Francisco: R It E San Francisco 3 9 2 Sacramento 0 8 4 Batteries: Ames and Berry; Bauman and La Longa OTHER SPORTING NEWS 4. ON LAST PAGE. ,5' 4- DANDERINE Prace thlcfc-lHaarlaBt hxLr -vrfcev U other remedies falL We nantte Deaderiae. All DruKKlst, 25e, S8c aai tfl, or Mead tals Ad vritk 19c (ntam? me liver) fur a Isrze fre UBspIe. KXOWLTON DAXDERINE C, Ckleasw. Ullseta.