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The Herald's Sporting News 13
The Herald's Sporting News Tuesday Jgf PASO HER
May 11. 1910.
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At St. Louis R.H. E.
Boston 5 3 1
St. Lou's 3 7 3
Batteries BoHton, Custis and Gra
ham; St. Louis, Harmon and Bresnahan.
Umpires RIgler and Emslie.
At Omaha H- H. E.
Omaha - 10 J '
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At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 6 0
Pittsburg 0 5 0
Batteries Brooklyn, Bell and Bergen;
Pittsburg, Leever and Gibson.
Umpires Idem and Kaue.
New Yoi k
Batteries Mathewson and
Cnicago, Overall and Kling.
. R. H. E.
5 9 2
9 13 7
Umpires Johnstone and Mo ran.
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Pliiladelphia 6 10 5
Cincinnati S 11 -
Batteries Philadelphia, Ewmg and
Dooin; Cincinnati, Rowan and McLean.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Washington R- H. E.
Chicago 10 13 3
Wahlngtou 3 C 3
Batteries Chicago, White and Block;
Washington, Johnson and Street.
Umpires Kerin and Sheridan.
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At Sioux City R- H. E.
Sioux City 4 13 3
Wichita 7 1X 1
Batteries Shabek and' Towne: Sha
ner. Hasler and Shaw.
At Lincoln R- H. E-
Lincoln 3 a 4
Denver 5 T6 4
Batteries Knapp and Clark; Ham
mond and Waver. ;
At Des Moines - - H- E-
Des Moines 1112 4
St. Joseph , 4 6 "
Batteries Hersche. Benz and Mc
Manus: "Watson and Wolfe.
At Sacramento R- H. E.
Sacramento .' ,- ' 2
Vernon - 3
Batteries Willetts and Brown; Hunt
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At Boston R.H. E.
Si. Louis 3 10 2
Boston 4 0 3
Batteries St. Louis, Waddell and Ste
phens: Boston, Arrelanes and Carrlgan.
Umpires Egan and Evans.
At New York 10 innings R. H. E.
Detroit 5 I3 1
New York 3 9 3
Batteries Detroit, Mullin and Stan
age; New York, Vaughn and Sweeney.
Umpires Perrine and O'Laughlin.
At Philadelphia 12, iunings R- H. E.
Cleveland 1 4 1
Philadelphia 10 1
Batteries Cleveland, Jcs and Clarke;
Philadelphia, Morgan and Livingstone.
Umpires Connolly and Dineen.
At San Francisco R- H. E.
Oakland 5 14
San Francisco 9 -
Batteries Christian. Tonneson. Moser
and Mitze; Easterly. Willis and Berry.
At Oklahoma City R. H. E.
Houston 5 s
Oklahoma City . . ., 9
Batteries Houston, Mitchell and
Burch; Oklahoma City, BandyChellette
At Shreveport 1st game R. H. E.
San Antonio 7 8 2
Shreveport 2 5 4
Batteries: San Antonio, Blanding
and Schan; Shreveport, Borenkampand
2nd game ' R- H. E.
San Antonio ;' 6 S 4
Shreveport l 5
Batteries San Antonio, Peeney and
Yantz; Shreveport, Ashton and Henninger.
Negro Talks to Newspaper
men and Sa3Ts He Is Sure
San Francisco, Ca!., May 11. With
his weight down to the 220 station,
trainers consider Jack Johnson in the
proper pink, just right for the begin
ning of his ri dining for the big battle,
July 4. Although the negro calculated
his weight at 22G pounds, the scales
yesterday showed an over estimate of
Johnson took a 12 mile run yesterday
along witn sig iiart, xom ijiiue, ieorge
Cotton, Barney Furey and Martin Cut
ler. He seemed not at all affected by
his first jaunt, and all are greatly
pleased at his condition.
When Johnson was weighed he took
occasion to say something for the
"I guess the two days on the road
have taken off some of the weight.
All I want is to be right for this fight,
any extra weight that Jeffries may
have, he is welcome to. He will need
that much of a handicap when he gets
into the ring."
"I have been with Johnson a great
deal," fcaid Sig Hart, "and I never saw
him in better shape. He has been tak
ing good long runs and but for the rest
of u. he would have stayed out longer.
People don't need to worry about
Little spent the afternoon in San
Francisco discussing with attorneys a
suit that Sam Fitzpatrick has brought
against Johnson for past services, but
Johnson stuck close to his quarters.
"Doc" Cornell, trainer for the Port
land baseball team, arrived from the
north and announced he would join
Jeffries next Monday to act as trainer
for the California heavy weight.
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Batteries Waco. Miller and White;
Dallas, Hirsch and Onslow.
At New Orleans
At Ft. Worth
R. H. E.
9 15 1
4 S 4
Braun; Burke, Weeks and Green and
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Camzozo," N. M, May 11. Louis
caused by the crank slipping. Mr,
Gctewood, of Rcswe'l. while cranking)
if- auto, had the misfortune to break
"us arm in two places, which was
M ckert, chauffeur for attorney W. ".
Mtckert, after having his arm set, left
for El Paso.
The new grandstand at the baebill j
park has been completed and was used
for the first time in the game between
Capitan and Carrizozo. It has a seat
ing capacity of about 500.
M. L. Goodin has returned to Threo
lie. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over
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' Hi 'ope, he knocks the bloody nig
ger's 'ead hoff. but Hi'm not so bally
sure 'o will." Billy Smith.
It was a wonderful race at Louisville
Tuesday and Donau ought, to have a
bran mash fo- it. '
Rest easy. Jeff nas returned to form.
It was only a blue Monday, with the
press agents a little peevish.
Infielder Clyde Engle has been sold
by the New York Americans to the
Matlcison and Ames were batted off
the slab in the Chicago-New York game
Sorrow for the fans. Rube Waddell
was struck by a pitched ball at Boston
Tuesday, and an X-ray has disclosed
a fractured elbow joint in his pegging
Margaret Bathgate 2:111-4, owned
by Francis Parker of Bedford. Mass.,
has a colt at foot by Ajuillin, 2:19 3-4.
It was. an 11 inning game at San
Francisco Tuesday, Oakland taking It
5 and 4.
L. C. Hull, an American Rhodes
scholar at Oxford, has been elected
president of the university athletic
club. And they say the English -don't
Western league champions opened
up their home season with a victory
Tuesday. .The Des Moines players made
4 to the 3 of St. Joseph.
A 2yearoId filly that pleases the crit
ics at the "Readville track is a hand
some little miss by Todd, but of a well
bred daughter of Charley Wilkes,
2.213-4, that Henry Titer is giving her
Barney Briceland. said to be less
than five feet in height, will umpire in
tlie Central league this summer. What
beat for the rowdy fans!
J It was a single and two, two base hits
in the seventh that gave Boston a 4 and
3 victory over St. Louis Tuesday. Wad
dell was injured in the third inning.
1 Claude Rossman, formerlj with the
j Tigers, has at last decided to play first
I base for Columbus. He has Quit the out
field for good, he says.
Gallagher. 2:03 1-2, is now owned by
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Boston got only three hits off Har
mon of St. Louis. It was bases on balls
and errors that gave the visitors n
It' was a slugging match at Omaha
Tuesday in which the home team wal
loped Topeka 10 to 4, and opened the
Fred Clarke of the Cubs places a
piece of tobacco and a stick of gum
in his mouth at the beginning of a
game. He chews the gum and allows
the tobacco to rest in his cheek.
Detroit -won at New York Tuesday In
an exciting game. The winning runs
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were made on doubles by Crawford and
Delehanty. Simmons made a single.
It was a record crowd at Lincoln
Tuesday. And Denver won the game.
DOUGLAS COMING FOR
THREE DAY SERIES
JEFFRIES IS ALL
RIGHT ONCE MORE
Big Fighter Seems to Have
Returned to Form,, at
Ben Lomond, Cal., May 11. It ap
pears that Jim Jeffries has returned to
form, after his discouraging perform
ance of Monday. Yesterds he mixed it
with Armstrong and Ctioynski until
both were glad to quit. Mrs. Jeffries
witnessed the bouts and perhaps that
had something to do with it.
The heavyweight took the scales at
225 pounds, about 25 pounds less than
when the training was begun. He ran
three miles in short sprints yesterday
in order to take off another pound or
two. This experiment wHl be repeated
in the road work-outs for the next three
weeks, .splitting up the distance into 100
yard sprints, instead of the usual 10
mile drill. ''
Women vfHI Be Admitted Fre on F.-i-
dayj; Free Admission May Also
Be AjrnnKed tor Boys.
Douglas will be here for the Friday
Saturday game and Sunday gcimes with
El Paso. This has been arranged and
Ed Mackey will be along to umpire the
series. This means good baseball and
good umpiring. A big crowd is expect
ed on women's day, a bigger one on
Saturday and a record breaking attend
ance on Sunday.
Friday is to be women's day at the
baseball games. Manager Harbuck has
arranged to make each of the Friday
games free for the Tvomen of El Paso
and an effort will be made to have a
large attendance at these games.
Kids day is also being advocated for
Saturday. The plan is to let every kid
in town into the grounds free, provid
ing they stay on the bleachers and do
not get into the grand stand.
Baseball players are divided into two
classes. Those who play ball from
their shoulders doxvn and those ivko
play from their ihoulderx up. Harbuck:
has some of both.
VOTE FOR "IINICIPAL OWNER
SHIP TO BEAUTIFY THE CITY
The firt v.-ater committee, ,T. G. Mc
Aary, chairman, cmphanlsred the import
ance of benntifyinjr the city through
securing a plentiful supply of -water for
irrigating purposes, and UKed this as
one arsniaicnt in fnor of municipal
PLAY THIRD BASE?WELL I GUESS YES!
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First race. G furlnn?5 a !? nr-o-o.
won. Dainty Dame second; Merrick
iniru. Time, 1-13 4-5.
Second race, 2 year old fillies, purse.
4 furlongs Round the World won;
Princess Industry second: Attention
third. Time, :47, which equals the
Third race. 5 furlongs King's
Daughter won; T. M. Green second;
Colloquy third. Time. 1:05 3-5. equal
ing track record.
Fourth race, Kentucky Derby, value
$6000, 1 miles Donau won; Joe Mor
ris second: Fighting Bob third. Tim?
! 2:06 2-5.
Fifth race, purse $400; 4 furlongs
Forehead won; Lau Mexican second;
Premier third. Time. :51 2-5.
Sixth race, selling, purse $400, 1 mile
and 20 -yards J. P. Reed won; John
Carrol second; Bennie Bard third. Time
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First race. 4 furlongs, selling Pearl
Ross won: Abe Slupskey second; Ritta
third. Time. :4S 3-5.
Second race. Futurity course, sell
ing Burning Bush won; Gramercy sec
ond: Father Stafford third. Time
Third race, mile and 70 yeards. sell
ing Redeem won. Round and Round
second. E. W. Fryj third. Time, 1:44.
Fourth rice. 5 furlongs, purse Cop
pertown wnn.Balronia second; Pride of
Lismore third ' Time. :59 4-5.
Fifth ract. 14 miles Merlingo won;
A k-Sar-Ben second; J. C. Clem third.
Time. 2-06 2V5. .
Sixth race. Futtity course, selling
Titus II won. Woodlander second; Sis
cus third. Time, 1:10 4-5.
First race, 6 furlongs W. T. Over
ton won: Royal Onyx second: Frank
Purcell third. Time. 1.13 2-5.
Second race, 6 furlongs, handicap
j Mary Davte vron: Right Easj second;
I Louise S. thi,fd. Time, 1:20 1-5.
Third rae. 44 furlongs Judge
Monck v,oiy- Capsize second; Winning
Widow tlhfci. Time. :54 3-5.
Fourt.V Aace, 1 1-16 mlle&t Fayette
won; K'.ig James second; Far West
third. Tifne. 1:45 4-5.
Fifth -ace, mile Bad News won;
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Heart Pang second; George Feld third.
Sixth race, 4 furlongs Shackleton
won;" Helena second; Old Boy third.
Time, :54 4-5.
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By a margin of 127v.pins, team No. 12
defeated team No. 3 on Y. M. C. A.
alleys Tuesday night. Byles made both
high game at 203 and high total at 552.
The score was:
Team 3. 12 3 Total
Foster 163 157 138 45S
Schutz 161 145 121 42T
White 134 177 189 490
Wilkinson . .
..479 51S 515 1512
PRESIDIO COUNTY EDITOR
ASSAULTED BY MEXICANS.
Mrs. T. H". Gurland, YounR Bride, Dies
Suddenly at Home Near Maria
Local Talent to Produce Show.
Marfa, Texas, May 11. Dr. S. G.
Hensley, editor of the Presidio County
Light, while acting in an official ca
pacity, was assaulted by three drunken
Mexicans in Marfa, He was hit in the
left eye with a rock and on the back
of the head with a bottle, 'nflicting
serious and painful wounds. The Mexi
cans have not been apprehended.
Mrs. T. H. Garland died very sud
denly in Marfa. Mr. and Mrs. Garland
were married in San Angelo a month
ago and came to Marfa to locate on a
Inspector Lee Grigsley, of Presidio, is
here on official business.
A large crowd attended the dance t
the Marfa opera house.
John Humphris is in Hermosillo, So
Mrs. George Crosson and a company
composed of local talent will plav
"What's Next," a comedy, at the Mar
fa opera house, May 20.
S, Terrazas is here from Shatter.
FALLING BUCKET TNJURES
MAN; MONTEREY TO CELEBRATE.
Monterey, N. M., May 11. A 100
pound bucket fell into the Douglas well
and struck Mr. Douglas on the head.
He was unconscious for several hours,
but Is not seriously hurt.
Dr. Bryan was up from Alamogordo
yesterday in consultation with Dr.
Howell on the case of little Margaret
Gunton, who is threatened with appen
dicitis. George Curry has gone to El Paso
Mrs. John Wharton has taken charge
of the Cooper Lynn hotel.
Mrs. Cooper Lynn has gone to Har
Mr. and Mrs. C. Holmes will leave
for Cleveland. O., Thursday night to
spend the summer.
Little Mira Prude is '11 with tne
D. F. Papot. manager of the Bell
Telephone company at Alamogordo.
Mr. Clements, of the Alamo Furni
ture company, of Alamogordo, is visits
mg with James Anderson.
The committee has secured rj
of $300 for the July 4 celebratld
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