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EI, PASO HERALD The Herald's Sporting News Mutt and JeffWill Be Beal Li-Vz 'Bear Cats IfUhey Escape All & his Vetecti-Ve Ualent . . ' s" Mk-rh isomer ,: &- 'h5 I e v . V iFnElR. H.fD5 BEF0O - - ' ' 7 ' ii li hi. i "' ' ' ' "" ' """ " ' "' m' J " " EL PASO TARES EK IDIY FBOM OQUGLAS, Mavericks Touch Mathewson For 16 Hits Seven Runs . in Seventh Inning. "Won in the Ninth." by Christy Mathewson. "Lost in the Seventh." by Hank Mathewson. It may be Big Six -with the Giants, but Christy's little brother. Hank, will have to be known to fame as Big Seven- It -was in that ever loving seventh that El Paso got to the little brother of the rich Christy in Sunday's game. Pitts lasted but three innings, when Hank Mathewson, who custom- arily plays left field 'for the Dons, was put in to pitch, after" a preliminary varm-xip lasting one minute. Hank managed to get through the fourth "with but two hits and one run and con tinued until the seventh, when the Mavericks stampeded on his straight balls over and clouted them out of the lot. Everyone got a bat in this ses sion and some got two smashes at the pllL The score book of the fatal sev enth resembles a Chinese laundry ticket after a dust storm, and a run ning story of the game would have to be printed in serial form. Everybody Bats. The final reckoning was 17 to 2, each of the 17 runs cutting the Douglas fans like a personal insult- El Paso would come to bat, upper cut some of his brother's brother's offerings for one, two and three bases, scamper around the lot and retire for another return engagement. El Paso scored two in the first, one in the second, two in the third, one in the fourth, four in the eights, and oh ,yes, the seventh, seven in the seventh, which proves that there is. luck in odd numbers for the long horns. Douglas got one 1n the fourth as a result of Powell's single to left, which sent Matty to third, to be scored sub sequently by "Ward's little breezer to right. Douglas's second and final score came in the eighth when Olin Mills hit for a single to right, went to sec- ond on a wild pitch and was scored later in the game by Powell's single. Everyone on the El Paso club got one in the seventh but Wolfe and Gray, who assisted materially in getting in the crap shooting numbers. Booles Offerings Strong. Booles was the hero of the Sunday game. Never since he has been pitch ing in El Paso has he had so much on Ms offerings as he had Sunday. His curves were breaking all around the corners of the plate and he outguessed the Douglas batters regularly. He pulled out of a number of bad holes by Ills superb pitching and repeatedly re tired the side with strikeouts after the visitors had got on and were due to score. In the third he struck out the first two men at bat and retired f the third on an easy out. In the iourth he got In bad by allowing three hits and hitting Carlson on the head. fBut he tightened down, and struck out IPitts and retired the side- Again in the sixth he struck out the third man up "with two on. He also outguessed pitcher Pitts in the third. Brown was on third and Hewitt on second. Wright was the next man up and he was given a base on balls, intentionally by Pitts,, who thought he could get Booles's goat Right there is where the best laid plans go Democratic Booles hit safe for fa single, scoring both Hewitt and Brown. He held Douglas to nine hits, all of which were scattered, while El Paso got to Pitts and Mathewson, mostly the latter, for 16 safe ones. The Score. El Paso. AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Flick, ss. 2 3 0 1 2 0 Ketchum, cf. .... 5 3 3 2 0 0 Gray. lb. 6' 2 3 10 0 0 Wolfe, c ..5 0 4 11. 1 0 Earthman, 2b. . 4 1 1 2 3 0 Brown, If. 4 2 0 0 0 0 Hewitt, 3b. 4 4 2 0 3 0 Wright, rf. 2 1 1 l 0 1 Booles, p 4 1 2 0 2 0 Totals 36 17 16 27 11 1 Douglas. AB. REI. PO.A. E. Smith, ss 5 0 0 1 4 1 Harper, cf. .-...'.... '. . 4 0 0 3 0 0 Mills, If. 4 1 1 0 0 0 Guynup, lb. .. 4 0 2 S 2 0 Mathewson, rf. & p. . . 4 1 1 0 0 0 Powel, c. 4 0 2 7 0 2 0 I EI Paso 1 to hnve Imneball o burn this week. Arrangements have been made between manager O'Doaovmi and the local directors for a iieek of base ball besrinnls 3ronday afternoon and continuing tbrosia-h the week and in cluding the Saturday and Sunday game that were to liaie been played on the Douglas ground. A game tvIII be played each day and the winner of the series will take 75 percent of the jrate receipts. Doujrlas Is bringinc- on another gum shoe pitcher from the Texas league and with Mills and Powell getting Into the same for Douglas the visitors should improve materially on the shovrins made Sunday. Toman will umpire the series. Carlsen, 2b s o 1 3 2 0 Ward, 3b 4 0 2 2 0 0 Pitts, p. ....4 0 0 07 0 Totals ....36 2 9 24 15 3 El Paso 12 3 4 5 6 7 Buns -.2 1 2 1 0 0 7 Hits ..1 1 2 2 0 0 6 Douglas 12 3 4 5 6 7 8.9 4x 17 4 0 16 5 9 Runs ...........0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 Hits 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 9 Two base hits Ketchum, Gray, Hew itt, Guynup, Powell. Stolen bases Wolfe. (2); Brown, Ward. Sacrifice hits Earthman (2). Flick. Ketchum. w.jo-v.r -di t .. t. " Twir Wright, Booles. Innngs pitched Pitts. s. -vri,-. - -err.. Z zs.'r . ,, ' 3; Mathewson, 5. Hits Off Pitts, 4; Ma tfcewson, 12. Strikeouts Booles, 10; Pitts, 2; Mathewson, 3. Base ion balls Booles. 0; Pitts, 3; Mathewson, 5. Hit by pitcher Booles (Carlsen), P.tts (Wolfe). Wild pitches Mathewon. 3. Passed balls Wolfe. 1. Left on bases El Paso, 9; Douglas, S. Time of game Two hours and five minutes. Umpire Toman. Kane Pitches Good Game. El Paso Players and Um pire Make Errors. Don Porfirio Kane, ably assisted by the El Paso club and umpire Toman, won the first game of the Labor day series for Douglas, Saturday, six to four. Kane's presence in the box looked as ominous for the Mavericks as the storm clouds that huncr over the mountain. John Rumsey, handi capped with a sore finger on his pitching hand, was sent in against the heady one from Douglas and on straight, balk line pitching had It on the wily one. But Kane has the faculty of thinking faster than the average busher and he outguessed the best of the El Paso batters, getting away with his game in spite of his wildness. It was the awful fielding of the El Pasoans that put a crimp in any championship aspirations that aggre gation might have. Hewitt on third made three bad boots during the game, each one being costly. Flick had a bad one at short, Earthman allowed a peg from Wolfe to go through him for an additional base to the runner. Brown in loft field dropped an easy fly, and .even old John Rumsey bingied a throw to first. Umpire's Decisions Not Popular. While on the subject of errors, their care and feeding. It is not amiss to slip one over to 1:1s honor, the umplets, for he would have shown up in the same class with Hewitt In the error column had the official scorer had his name on the checkered sheet. Without the ex cuse of a bad spot in the field .which Hewitt, had. Toman, who might spell it ptomaine, slipped over a bad one In the fifth. Wolfe was on third by grace of an awful clout to the left field fence for three bases. Brown hit to Smith at short, who booted the ball, but threw Brown out at first. Guynup threw home to head off Wolfe, who galloped home. The throw was a high one and Powell had to stretch for It. Wolfe hit the dirt under him as the ball arrived at its destination C. O. D. and senor Toman announced that the captain-manager-runner was out with a big O. This decision raised a howl from tli stand and rattled the little umps. The next of his correct Imitations of an umpire giving correct decisions, came in the ninth. Wright got on with a bingle which had the safety appliance mark on it. Rumsey hit down third bas-e, way much to the surprise of Eddie Ward. Eddie fielded the ball and started to throw Rumsey out at first, but the train had gone and old John was safe. Ward then protested that it was a foul and the protest stuck with the judge advocate. Rumsey was OQUGLAS DEMONS II SATURDAY, IK given a base on what's 'the use. Old Player Scores Runs. Olin Mills, the clever left fielder of the old White Sox club, made his first appoarance here after managing "Vlcks burg of the Cotton States league dur ing the summer. Mills was In right field for the Douglas club and as usual got away with a nice collection of hits and fielded his position as fast as of old. He was responsible for the first run Douglas scored and also scored two other runners in the fourth with a double to deep center. He would have scored a fourth runner had not Ketchum cut off Smith at the plate after Mills's single to center. Douglas scored one in the second, ty ing the two that El Paso made in that inning, got three in the fourth, anti one in the ninth off of Earthman's error in falling to connect with Wolfe's throw to head off Guynup, who was scored by Powell's single to right. El Paso scored first in the second. iicK getting on wnn a single inrougn . T- . . . . i ii,. second. Ketchum got a base on balls I and Gray forced Flick out at third. j Ketchum took a shot at third base on i one of Kane's offerings outside and Gray also stole second. Wolfe struck out and Brown singled over second, scoring Ketchum and Gray. Flick scored Hewitt in the fourth with a single to center after Whitey had been hit with a pitched ball, took second on Rumsey's hit, which cost Wright his life at second. Rumsey scored on a passed ball. Then came Wolfe's three base hit with his new bat which caused the ragged decision at the i-late when Ray Brown hit to Smith at short, who booted the ball. The score: El Paso. AB R-H PO Flick, ss 5 0 2 0 Ketotium, ,cf 4 Gray, lb 4 Wolfe, c Earthman, 2b 3 Brown. If . Hewitt. 3b Wright, rf Rumsey, p Total 33 4 8 27 17 S Douglas. AB R H PO A E Smith, ss , . . . a z z 1 1 0 9 1 11 3 1 0 Harper, cf 5 Mills, rf !'.... 5 Guynup, lb 4 Mathewson, If 4 Powell,, c 3 Carlson, 2b 5 Ward, 3b , Kane, p a l z 2 11 Total 3S El Paso: 12 3 4 Runs 0 2 0 0 Hits ' 2 0 12 Douglas: 12 3 4 Runs 1 1 0 3 Hits 1 3 0 4 11 27 6 7 S 14 3 9 0 4 1 8 9 1 6 311 0 0 Three base hits: Wolfe. Two base hits: Mills. Stolen bases: Ketchum, Gray, Rum sey, Mills, Guynup, Mathewson. Sacrifice hits: Kane. Strike outs: Rumsey 0; Kane 10. Base on balls: Rumsey 4; Kane 4- Hlt by pitcher: Rumsey- (Kanej; Kane (Hewitt). Passed balls: Wolfe 3; Powell 1. Left on bases: El Paso 7; Douglas 10. Double plays: Smith to Guynup to Powell; Carlson to Guynup. BISBEE WINS FROM . CAKANE A SUNDAY Rain Prevents a Game on Saturday Rkeinhart Signs With Bisbee. Bisbee, Ariz., Sept. 5. Bisbee put a crimp in the Cananea club's champion ship hopes by defeating the Sonoraites 3 to 1 in the Sunday game. The Mar oons have received reinforcements and played a snappy game in spite of the lack of organization. The Saturday game was called on account of the rain storm which made the going bad at the Maroon park. In addition to Gill, the Bisbee club has signed Rheinhart, another Maver ick who was let out when the team was reorganized. A AMATEUR BASEBALL. 4 3 The East El Paso Demons defeated the "Husky Rusty" team Sunday morn ing on the Ea:,t El Paso ground". Leva, the "Rusty" pitcher, was knocked out In the seventh Inning. A feature of the game was Wagle's hitting. He got a three bagger, two two-baggers and two clean hits out of five times up. The pitching of Hill for the Demons was also a feature. He allowed but two hits and walked but one man. Score: R. H. E. Rustles .. 0 2 4 Demons ...... S 15 0 Batteries: Demons, Hill and Lomax; Rustles, Leva, AVeiss and Philips. The Demons played two games today. The first game was with the "Husky Castoffs" this morning. The "Husky Rustles were played this afternoon. The Demon lineup follows: C. Hill, pitcher; R. Nagle, pitcher: W. Lomax, 1 catcher; F. Bunsen, first base; M. I Frank, second base; A. Littuch, third base; C. Williams, shortstop; H. Snider left field; A. Adkins, center field; Lu cas, right field. BAME DH SUMDAY Wins From the Clifton Boys Saturday Also, Making Two Straight Clifton, Ariz., Sept. 5. Playing a 3 to 2 game, which was not definitely de cided in favor of Morenci until the last man was put out In the last half of the ninth, Morenci and Clifton battled for supremacy of the hilltops again Sun day before a large crowd at the local ball park. Merrit and Mcllveen opposed each other in the box' and both pitched a splendid game, the honors being ven at the conclusion of the contest. Dean Woods caught Mcllveen's benders and Lucas, Clifton's new catcher, who took Tex Merritt's place, made a good show ing behind the plate and will finish the rvo.r n. t . 1 i - . a I us. &titiuz xa iu ue piciyeu .viuiiuay jul eruoon with the total population of the two towns as spectators. Morenci Takes Saturday Game. Clifton and Morenci played off their tie game of 3 to 3 of August 21, here Saturday, the victory going to Morenci 7 to 4. In -the early innings the game had all the earmarks of a. pitchers' battle, and later threatened -to develop into a bat ting matinee. Iu the sixth. Morenci, bunched five hits off Scanlon for fotir runs and atlhough Clifton made a plucky fight the lead was too great to over come. Scanlan was relieved by Abbott. Ashley served up the benders for Morenci and although hit hard at times he was effective all the way and was backed up by brilliant support, the work of Parks in left being the feature. Lucas, Clifton's new catcher from Little Rock, made his first appearance fans. He split a finger in the sixtn and was replaced by W. Mason. The injury was not serious, however. O'Brien, the former Morenci player, who was secured by Clifton, plaved a fast game at second and did good work I at the bat. Morenci is now under the management fll A I'V I IIITTlTTlinf: Vlftr nnvmo- ia I C'tyilOfl OTf! t!l olllK lo mnlrlnn- r l!..?! -0",-J L...V. ...- -.us 1MC1.J1.411 ll LIUai stand to pull up in the Cactus race. Al trongh Clifton seems to be hopelesslv In the rear, the boys are still In tire game and fighting every foot of the way to overhaul Morenci The score: AB R H PO A E Morenci: Parks. If 2 Jim Wilson, ss 4 Manes, lb 4 Kelly, cf 4 Hofman. rf 3 Jess Wilson. 3b 4 Crittenden, 2b 4 Wood, c 4 Ashley, p 3 1 4 2 i 10 Totals 32 7 10 27 11 1 Famous Horseman Is Dying r F " .' 2J?'4?$3S JAHB3 R Cft I ; I Lexington, Ivy., Sept. 5. James R. Keeae, the Xcvr York stock broker and horseman, who Is ill vtith pneumonia at a hospital here, via no better this morains:. His lungs are badly eonffested and alarm I felt for the outcome. 121 son, Foi.hnll, Is on his way here from New York. Clifton: H. Mason, 3b McCIeary. lb 4 Lcidich, If 4 Mollveen, ss 4 O'Brien, 2b 4 Riley, cf 4 Hirshman, rf 2 Abbott, p 2 Lucas, c 2 W. Mason, c 2 Scanlan, p, rf 4 Totals .. 36 4 10 24 16 3 1234567S9 Ci'fton 7. 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 2 i Morenci 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 x 7 Earned runs. Morenci 4, Clifton 4. Two base hits Parks, Jim Wilson, Manes, McCIeary. Three base lilts Jess " ilson, Ashley. Home run E. Mason. Stolen bases Jim Wilson, Jess Wil son, O'Brien. . Sacrifice hits Parks, Hofman. Base on balls Off Scanlan 1. Struck out By Ashley 6, by Scanlan 2, by Abbott 1. Double play3 O'Brien , Mcllveen, Mc CIeary; Jess Wriron. Crittenden Manes. Wild pitch Abbott. Umpire H. Volbrecht. I 4. SPORTLETS. 4. (By Tim.) 4, ff Well, well! - An aviator is the only sportsman who can go up in the air with im punity. Leon Morna at Deauvllle, France, Saturdas. broke his own world's record for altitude. He went up to 8471 feet. "-" A drink of carbolic, taken by mis take, dealt the final knockout to Fred Zirlnger, a bantam boxer, who died Saturday at Pittsburg. Although only 22 years of age, he had fought, in 200 ring battles. A pitchers' battle at Denver with St. Joseph vlsltinjr Saturday, was ended j by Frambe's home run, the only score of the Karae. Compare with Satur day's El Paso-Douglas! There was a double header booked at Philadelphia Saturday, but New York left after the first game on account of muddy grounds. Most of Saturday's Chicago at De tioit was played in a downpour of rain. Umpire Egan finally called it in the 1 SIXtn Although the Marine corps team shot to second place at the Camp Perry shoot, it was disqualified . by an of- I fleer's coaching. The .cavalry team Is I going to ask that it be allowed to re sign to the real winner. Good sports manship, that. Pittsburg made 12 hits without scor ing a run in the first game at Cin cinnati Sunday, while In the second Cincinnati outbatted the visitors. 13 to 8 and yet lost. Suggs was Injured and retired. At Omaha, Lincoln took, an IS inning game. A base on balls, a sacrifice and a single did it. It was too dark to fin ish the second game. Big League Baseball Sunday's Results TEXAS LEAGUE. At Dallas E. H. E. Fort Worth 5 9 Dallas S 9 6 Batteries Fort Worth, Burke, Buri leson and G'rlbbens; Dallas. Johnson and Moran. Umpires Hurlburt' and Jeffries. At Oklahoma City - R. H. E- Rhrovcnnrt .- ......12 16 - Oklahoma City 6 14 Batteries Shreveport, Ashton and Henninger; Oklahoma City. Drohan and Clifton. Umpires Toung and Garvin. At Houston 1st game: R- H. E. Galveston 2 7 3 Houston 7 10 3 Batteries Galveston. Powers and Brown: Houston, Mitchell and Kelsey. Umpire Settley. Second game: R- H. E. Galveston - 6 - Houston 3 6 Batteries Galveston. Bradford and McClain: Houston. "Watson and Kel sey. Umpire Settley. At San Antonio.. 1st gatae: R. H, E. Waco 0 0 1 San Antonio 1 0 Batteries Waco, Miller and Fran cis; San Antonio. Abies and Thackara, Umpire Matthews. Both games seven innings by agreement. Second game: R. H. E. Waco 0 1 0 San Antonio 1 6 1 Batteries Waco. Ogles and Francis; San Antonio, Blandlng and Alexander. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati 1st game: R. H. E. Pittsburg- 0 12 1 Cincinnati 6 11 2 Batteries Camnitz, Ferry and Si mon: Suggs, Caspar and McLean. Second game 7 innings: R. H. E. Pittsburg 7 8 1 Cincinnati v. 3 13 4 Batteries Phlllippi and Gibson: Bee be aid Clarke. Called on account of darkness. Umpires Emslie and Rlg ler. Chicago-St. Louis game "postponed: rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago-Detroit game postponed; wet grounds Cleveland-St rain. Louis game postponed; WESTERIV LEAGUE. At Denver R. H. E. St. Joseph -1 6 1 Denver 2 4 0 Batteries Johnson and Frambes: Olmstead and Weaver. At Wichita 1st game: R JI E. Topeka 3 5 2 Wichita 6 5 1 Batteries Easley and Maxey; Jarni gan and Shaw. Second game ' R. H. E. Topeka ". 4 12 3 Wichita 10 15 1 Batteries Griffin and Shea; Wright and Clemons. At Omaha 1st gatme: Omaha Lincoln Batteries Fentress and Fox and Clark. Second game 5 Innings: Omaha . Lincoln R. H. E. .291 .351 Gondlng; R. H. E. .2 2 0 2 5 31 Batteries Kelly and Codman: Ha german and Kruger. At Des Moines 1st game: R. H. E. Des Moines t i 3 2 Sioux City Ba.tTerie: Owens and O'Toolo and Towne. Second game Des Moines Sioux City Batteries Southward. anH Bachan-t; Wilson. Miller. 2 4 trt weran:TOS: R. H. E. 4 5 5 S 3 1 Biersdorfer Ivilroy and AMERCAX ASSOCIATION. At Milwaukee (first game) Milwau kee 2. Kansas City 0. ' Second game Milwaukee 3. Kansas City 1. At Indianapolis (first game) Co lumbus 6. Indianapolis 1. Second game Columbus 4. Indian apolis 2. At Toledo (first game) Toledo 4. Louisville 0. Second game Toledo 3. Louisville 1. At Minneapolis Minneapolis 2 St Paul 1. SOUTHER LEAGUE. At Memphis Memphis 0. Mobile 3. At New Orleans (fim game) Chat tanooga 0. New Orleans 5. Second game Chattanooga 3, New Orleans 1. COAST LEAGUE, At San Francisco Morning game R. H. E. Oakland 5 9 0 Sacrrfmento 0, 2 2 Batteries Moser and Thomas; By ram arid LaLonge. Afternoon game R. H- E. Oakland 4 6 1 Sacramento 0 3 1 Batteries Christian. Mitze and Thomas; Arellanes and LaLonge. Z At Portland R H. E. Los Angeles 4 4 1 Portland 5 11 3 Batteries Thorsen and Waring; Sea ton, Garrett ami Fisher. At Los Angeles: 1st game: R. H. E. Vernon .. 2 8 2 San Francisco -. 4 10 2 Batteries Schaeffer and. Hogten; Su tor and Williams. Second game R. H. E. Vernon 4 6 3 San Francisco 6 6 2 Batteries Raleigh and Brown; Mil ler, Henley and Berry. SATURDAY'S RESULTS. A3TERICAX LEAGUE. At Washington R. H. E. Philadelphia 100000"00 0 1 3 1 Wasnington flD 0 0 01 0 x 3 S 1 Batteries: Philadelphia, Bender Krause and Thomas; Washington. John son and Beckendorf. Umpires, Connolly and ColHflower. At Cleveland R.H. E. St. Louis 0 0000040 0 4 9 2 Cleveland ...2 - 1 04 31 1 x 12 IS 1 Batteries: St. Louis, Lake and Ste phens, Cleveland, Kaler and Land. Um pire, Evans. At Detroit R.H.E- Chlcago 0 0 10 0 1 2 7 3.. Detroit 1 0 0 3 0 0 i 6 2 Gome called at end of 6th on account of rain. Batteries: Chicago, Olmstead and Payne: Detroit, Pernoll and Schmiac Umpires, Egan and O'Loughlln. At New Tork Boston-New York game postponed on account of rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati . R. H. E. Pittsburg ...0 1000100 0 2 10 1 Cincinnati ...00000000 0 0 4 2 Batteries: Pittsburg, Adams and Si mon: Cincinnati, Burns and McLean. Umpires, RIgler and Emslie. At Philadelphia New York-Philadelphia; first game postponed on account of rain. At Philadelphia 2d game R. .H. E. In New lork ..0 0100120 0 4 4 0 Philadelphia 0100000O 1 2 6 0 Batteries: New Tork. Crandall and Meyers; Philadelphia, Stack and Moran. Umpires, o j-ay and Brennan. At Boston R. H. E Brooklyn 10 0 0 10 0 4 0 6 9 1 Boston v 2 0220003 x 3 12 1 Batteries: Brooklyn, Bell and Ber gen; Boston. Frock and Smith. Um pires, Klem and Kane. AJt Cnlcago St. Louis-Chicago; ganja postponed on account of rain. TEXAS LEAGUE. At Dallas. R. H. E. Fort Worth -...- 4 11 1 Dnllas - 1 6 5 Batteries: Fort "Worth. Latlmere and Gribbens; Dallas. Shontz. Evans and Onslow. Umpires: Hurlburt and Jef- I fries, At Okla. Citj- 8 innings. R. H. E. Shreveport S15 2 Oklahoma City 7 15 1 Batteries: Shreveport, Herbert and Henninger: Oklahoma City. Bandy and Clifton. Umpires: Toung and Garvin. -1- I C?A.n..3 n-n T tn.l!vv0 T XT "K UCl UI1U hillUC 1 lUUIUnO. Jlv i-. - Shr eveport .. 15 0 Oklahoma CItv 2 11 3 Batteries: Shreveport. .'LIngenf elder and Garvin: Oklahoma City, Young and Clifton. Umpires: Noyes and Ashton. At Houston 7 innings. R. H. E. Galveston 5 8 0 Houston ..1 5 1 Batteries: Galveston. Brady and Braun; Houston. Hoj-nsby and Kelsey. Umpire: Settley. At San Antonio R. H. E. Waco 1 5 1 San Antonio .. ...... .--..3 9 1 Batteries: Waco, McAdams and Fran cis; San Antonio. Billiard and Thackara. Umpires: Matthews and Payne. COAST LEAGUE. At San Francisco. R. H. E- Sacramento ..' 1 9 0 Oakland .- .-..-.. .3 9 0 Battorles: Baum and Longe; Harking and Thomas. ADDITIONAL SPORTS PAGE 12