FDWSER DOES SOME
Easily Gets Decision Over
Lefty Floyd, a Negro,
After seven rounds of fast fight
ing, each being a repetition of the
pit-ceding oneFrank Fowser slipped
the knockout wallop to Lefty Floyd,
the negro lightweight, when the sev
enth round was about two minutes old
iunday afternoon at the Juarez arena.
Outpointed and outclassed from the
start, Floyd fought gamely, assimilat
ing' all the punishment which the
litavy punches of. the local welter
The boys mixed it fiercely for six
lounds, Fowser doing all the leading
and staggering the little negro several
times with straight lefts. The clever
footwork of Floyd saved him from
many a hard wallop, while the easy
boxing style of Fowser. coupled with
the extra 16 pounds la weight, handi
capped the negro to such an extent
that he was always on the defensive.
In the clinches Floyd used a light
left uppercut to advantage.
After a minute and a half of sparr
ing in the seventh, Floyd retreated to
the ropes before a fierce onslaught.
In a rally in a neutral corner, Fowser
swung a hard left to the Jaw, the
power behind the punch knocking
Kloyd against the ropes: he rebounded
onlv to receive a terrtflc right cross.
a replica of the blow which sent the
championship hopes of Joe Rivers
Floyd dropped flat, his neck and
.shoulders hanging over the level of
the platform, wrenching his back. Joe
Herrick, referee, grabbed bis arm and
pushed him back into the ring, as
Fowser was preparing for a farewell
wallop. Floyd was practically on his
feet, when Herrick stepped between
the boxers and raised Fowser's right
hand. Herrick used the best judgment
possible in stopping the bout, as the
game little negro was out for good.
Referee Ray Gambel handed down a
decision in the semi-winduD which was
not only unpopular with the principals.
but with the small crowd of tans wno
vi ltnessed the show. For eight rounds
Ppider Moffatt. the Oklahoma bantam,
jabbed and hooked Young: Gene, only
to receive a draw decision. The de
cision was probably based upon the
referee's way of thinking that one
glancing wallop such as Gene fre
quently landed offset the valuation
which was placed on the swift blows
o." Moftatt, who pounded Gene around
tut ris, for seven rounds, one being
a. draw. Moffatt was so incensed at
the decision that he attacked the ref
eree, as the latter was leaving the
ring. The fight was undoubtedly Mof
fatl's by a large margin, as the Okla
homa boy beat Gene up far worse than
the former bout, when he received the
I A clever shift worked to per
fection by Bob York, sparring
partner at the Bristol camp.
j won the verdict for him against Wal
ter Gray, of San Antonio, after four
fast rounds. Herrick gave the verdict
to York, and was met with approval.
Kid Lee. of El Paso, and Kid Harri
son, of San Francisco, met in a six
round bout. The local veteran ex
hibited a great deal of foot work, and
alan worker! trooA at distance boxintr.
j Harrison did most of the forcing, with
his oppponent. Lee got in several
stinging wallops and the crowd con
ceded the advantage to him. Harrison
is a clever boxer, who has undoubtedly
bad experience with the top note hers.
L ROUTS BATTERY TEAM
MeGrath Exceeds Own Rec
ord, in Throwing Ham
mer 1SS Feet 7 Inches.
E. P. & S. W. LOSES
TO BISBEE TEAM
A New Lightweight. Deep Pointed
Warrea Grays SeeBre Twe Gaum Out
of Three Frma El Pane Team
iaax8 CBteitt ! Hard
Bisbee, Ariz., July 7. By winning the
game Sunday the Warren IMstrict
Grays made it two out of three in the
series with the E. P. & S. W. team from
El Paso. The game 'Saturday was a
complete walkover for the locals, but
the game Sunday was hard fought and
was tied up'to the seventh inning. The
Sunday's game. R. H. E.
Bisbee S 7 4
El Paso 1 S C
Batteries: Bisbee, Halbert and Kelly;
El Paso. Fisher and King.
Saturday's game. R. H. K.
El Paso 5 7 8
Bisbee 13 10 4
Batteries: El Paso, Brennan' and
King; BisLee, Elliott and Kelly.
IMtlVXR IS PKATAMXKD FOR
FOLLOWING WRONG COURSE
duett. Feeboay Co. ArrewSHrts f
Coatet Board CatH Twelve Minute Off
XIm Time. Shoving Him Back te
Third 31 aiiey in Read Race.
Albuquerque, X. M July 7. The
American Automobile association con
test board for New Mexico, at a meet
ing, held yesterday afternoon in mayor
Sellers' office , decided the protest
against William Emblem, of Santa Fe,
who drove his Buick car in the road
Emblem was penalised 12 minutes by
the board. Emblem took second place,
coenng the round trip between here
and Santa Fe in 4:24:16 1-5, but the
penalty officially set him back to third
place. W. Weighman, who drove J.
Cadwell's Velie, and who covered the
distance in 4:33:22 2-5. actual time, gets
second money by virtue of the board's
The protest was entered against Em
blem immediately after the finish Fri
day evening. Emblem left the route,
going to Santa Fe by -way of Alameda,
it was charged, although it is conceded
he followed the more difficult road.
Emblem said yesterday that he did not
know that he had taken the wrong
road until he reached Alameda. His
mechanician made the same statement.
TKXPJS LOSKS TO FHOSS'IX. '
Phoenix, Ariz.. July 7. In the first
baseball game in the newly constructed
ball park the locals defeated Tempe by
a score of 4 to 3. It -was an 11 inning
Chicago. 111., July 7. Dr. C. C. Cook,
of the Chicago Athletic association,
won the penthalon here Sunday, the con
cluding feature of the eight days of
the international athletic games. Cook
won with nine points. He was hard
pressed by F. W. Kelly, of the Uni
versity of Southern California, who
was disqualified with E. V. Belote of
the C. A. A., for failing to finish the
1500 meter run. Kelly protested that
he was crossed by Belote in a manner
which deprived him of all chance to
Kelly won the javelin throw, was
second in the broad jump and third in
the discus throw and 200 meter dash.
Cook was first in every event except
the javelin, where he finished fifth,
next to last. The javelin event was a
gift to the California men. Kelly and
C E. Gannon of the Sacramento CaL,
Athletic club, who took first and sec
ond with ease.
MeGrath Exceed Om Reettrd.
Matt MeGrath, of the Irish-American
Athletic club. New York, threw the 1
pound hammer 188 feet and seven inch
es, breaking his own world's record
of 187 feet, 4 inches. The long toss
will not stand as a reord. howver. as
it was not measured with a steel tape.
Irish Athletes Lead.
The Irish Athletic club, of New York,
won a hard fought victory in the Na
tional Senior meet on Saturday.
The Irishmen scored 44 points. H. P.
Drew, the negro athlete from the
Springfield (Mass.) high school, won
the individual honors with first in the
100 yard and 200 yard dashes. Three
senior A. A. U. records were broken.
In the pole vault Wright, formerly
of Dartmouth, was a contestant to the
12 foot mark, winning fourth place.
He then tried for a record with the
bar at 13 feet. 3 inches, and missed by
a scant margin.
Dan Ahearn, I. A. C. holder of the
world's record In the hop, skip and
jump, set a new senior A. A. U. record
by covering 60 feet. The old record,
made by K. B. Bloss, was 48 feet. 6
inches, has stood for 20 years. The
third mark to fall was that of the
hammer throw, which was won by P.
Ryan, of the Irish-Americans, with 177
feet, 7 3-4 inches. The old record was
177 feet, 6 1-2 inches, made by C.
Surprises were numerous, among
them being the defeat of such men as
Halpin. of the Boston A. C. in the
quarter, and Shepard in the half. Hal
pin fell a victim to a well run race
by Haff, the Michigan star, and Shep
ard was beaten by Baker and Derncby,
of the New York A. C.
Olympic Star Ik Defeated.
Charles Corry. a high school boy,
furnished the greatest surprise, how
ever, by outrunning Kelly, the Olym
pic star, in the 220 yard hurdles. It
was a good distance for schoolboys,
for Drew still comes under that head,
and Stiles, of Culver, won the broad
jump from a man of such fame at
Hannes Kolahmainen. the Finnish
long distance man, carried the colors
of the Irish-Americans to an easy vic
tory in the five mile run. He was
more than half a lap ahead at the end.
j TrM D, 13h Cavalry, Wins Ball Grnae
Fron attery t; Hrewas waitep
the Sub IkbbcIw.
Shrapnel, solid shot and three hits
failed to stop the rush of the Troop D,
13th cavalry team, Sunday afternoon, at
the post grounds, when it won from the
Battery C, sixth artillery team, by the
score of to 2. The charging cavalry
men nicked the artillery twirler for
nine safe hits promoting as many runs.
The Battery C team by right of con
quest claimed the championship of the
BrmvBH Defeat San IgnaeleH.
Tds ttrnwns celebrated their initial
appearance of the season by walloping j
tne san ignaciua omiuay aiiernoon u)
the score of 3 to 2.-The game was one
of the best amateur cantos played this
season. Both teams secured six hits,
but the longer clouts of the Browns,
coupled with several errors aided the
Score. R. H. E.
San Ignacios 2 6 6 I
Browns 3 6 3
Batteries: San Ignacios. Chuma and
Yanez; Browns. Ross and Watkins.
E. P. S S. W. SECOND TEAM
LOSES GAMS AT TUCUXC RI
Tucumcari, N. M., July 7. The E. P.
tt S. W. No. 2 baseball club was de
feated by the Tucumcari Grays in the
game played here by the score of 16 to
12. The game was a heavy hitting con
test from start to finish. Landry, for El
Paso, caught a splendid game. His peg
ging was quick and accurate. Score by
E.P. AS.W 0 2213220 0J12
Tucumcari 6 0 2 2 2 2 11 0 16
Batteries: E. P. k S, W.. Connors.
Lorton and Landry; Tucumcari, Lewis
MURPJIY AXD -H-KLSII BOTH
VHAI.I.EXGK AVI I.I.IK RITCHIE
San Francisco. Calif., July 7. Light
weight champion Willie Ritchie, who
knocked out Joe Rivers, is receiving
numerous challenges front other aspir
ants to the title. Tommy Murphy and
Freddie Welsh, the British champion,
Welsh won a decision from Ritchie
18 months ago at Los Angeles at the
end of 20 rounds of nip and tuck
fighting. Ritchie had substituted for
Wolgast at a moment's notice, when
the then champion was stricken with
Ritchie has received his guarantee uf
118,000 for his fight with Rivers.
PRJ8DICATEUR WINS RACK.
VALUED AT S20.34W. IN PARIS
Paris France, July 7. The Prix du
President de la Republique was run at
Malsons Laffitte and won by J. C. Wat
son's chestnut colt. Predicateur. Vis
come d'Harcourt's Ecouen was second
and Amadou tnird. ,
The race was at one mile, four and a
half furlongs, and was valued this year
at $20,500. Predicateur was 24 to 10 in
the betting: Ecouen 28 to 10 and Ama
dou 28 to 10. Predicateur won bythree
quarters of a length.
YANKEES RELEASE STERRITT
TO VK.VICE COAST LEAGUE
New York. July 7. Charlie Sterrltt,
former captain and catcher of Prince
ton university, who has been with tne
New York American league club since
June. 1912. has been released to tbe
Venice club of the Pacific coast league.
(Manager Chance received word that
R. Zeider, the second baseman, who
has been out of the game for a month
with a disabled foot, would join the
team at Chicago Wednesday.
Devious and many are the ways in which new words are ushered into the English lan
guage. For many years F. E. "Wright, the publisher of millions of dictionaries, em
ployed in his own vocabulary the pet word, Spizzerinktum. The daily message to all
his subordinates was: "Put spizzerinktum in it." Those about him know that this is
his "do-it-with-a-puneh" admonition.
The newest word in the newest Dictionary,
Meaning Vim, Vigor, Energy, Force, Persevering Zeal, etc.
Harry Thurston Peck, Ph.D., L.L.D., LRtD., Ed ltor of the Modem English Illustrated Dictionary, was
struck by the force of this word and incorporated k in this modern dictionary.
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Silver City, N. SL, July 7. Even the
efforts of old "Doc" Barnett failed to
to stem the Hide in favor of the In
dians here Sunday when the Santa Rita
Diggers walloped the local team by the
score of 10 to 2. McGlynn. the recent
college acquisition of the Indians, failed
to make an impression on the visitors,
and after the Diggers had bunched four
successive hits on him in the fourth.
Barnett was hooked from solitary con
finement on the bench.
Nine of the Indian willow wielders
were fanned by Nolan, who allowed but
five hits. Deck, noted os one of the best
pinch hitters in the league, saved the
local team from a goose egg, by slam
ming a four timer over the right field
The score: R. H. E.
Santa Rita 10 12 3
Silver City 2 6 3
Batteries: Santa Rita. Nolan and
Young; Silver City, McGlynn, Barnett
and Buckles, Deck.
PASS CITY I.KAKUE TKAXS
PLAY EXHIBITION' GAMES
Two forfeit games were chalked up
on the official register in the Pass
City amateur league Sundav morning.
The E. P. A S. W. failed to make an
appearance for their game with the
Octavias, and the Printers forfeited the
second match to the T. A P., because
of nonappearance. A practice game
was played between the T. A P. and
Foundry, the former winning by the
score of 13 to 3.
The Octavias walloped the Telephone
team in a second exhibition game by
the score of 6 to 7. Becker, of the Oc
tavias, pitched an excellent game, but
several errors behind him contributed
to the runs. Batteries: T. P Jones
and Jacoby; Foundry. Hammonds and
Cunningham. Second game, Octavias,
Becker and Means; Telephone, Wake
field and Stevens.
RUNNIXG RACES OPEN
OX TUB JAMAICA COCKSK.
New York, July 7. The activities of
the running ponies shifted from Bel
mont park to the Jamaica course to
day when the days' season at the lat
ter track was opened here.
Following the meeting at Jamaica,
which will be held on Tuesdays' Thurs
days and Saturdays, throughout July,
the season will open at Saratoga on
August 2 and continue into September.
At the upstate track the historic Fu
turity again will be run. The revival
of this classic is giving an added in
terest to the meet, which is expected
to draw larger crowds than did the
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Goodman, the big side wheeler for the
Hurley Concentrators of the Copper
league, has been farmed out to the
Mesa, Ariz., club. ,
He has been out of the game for
seme time with a strained ligament in
his arm. but he has fully recovered and.
no doubt, he will show up well in the
Judging from the two games he
pitched at El Paso, he has the real
ST. JOSEPH AXD 1'KORIA TEAMS
TRADE THEIR FIRST BASEMEN'
St. Joseph. Mo.. July 7. The St. Jo
seph Western league club has closed
a deal with the Peoria club of the
Three-I league, whereby first base
man Holke comes to St. Joseph in -exchange
for first baseman Steve Brew
er and a cash consideration. Th" play
ers will report to their new clubs Sit
XOGALKS I.OSK5 TO TUCSOX.
Xogales. Ariz.. July 7. Xogales lost
In the Tncann Orimw in m vwa i.nJui
here, by the score of 5 to .
The scorer -a -a v.
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fNogales ;.. 4 4
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meters (11 mile, 1443 vards). This
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Casa Grande. Ariz.. July 7. Casa
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feld team from Tucson, in a game
played here, by the score of 10 to 9.
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