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L PASO HERALD-SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE (By A. H. E. Beckett ("Beck") 10 t 1ITTI CLAIMS 1IPI11P' Defeats Ted Lewis of Eng land at End of 20-Round Welterweight Fight. New Oilcans, La., April 25 Jack Button, of Chicago, Monday night claimed the world's welterweight cham pioniihlp when he was awarded a ref eree's decision over Ted Lewis, of Ens land, at the end of a 20 round bout. Lewis claimtd the title when he defeat ed Harry Stone, of New York, in a bout here last February. Dick Burke, of .New Orleans, referred. Both fighters made the required weight of 142 pounds ringside. The fight was fast and furious throughout every round, with Leu is on the defensive practically the entire time Boxing authorities considered Lewis made a rather poor showing against the Chicago fighter. Britton kept up a continuous fusillade of left jabs, seldom using his right except to show up some of his most effective blows In the clinches, which were rare. Britton apparently outfought his opponent. There were no knockdowns. Lewis was credited with but one round, the Uth, when Britton appar ently was tired and seemed unable to stop a shower of right punches to the jaw and stomach. The second and 18th rounds were regarded as Wen. The last round was the fastest, both fighters working hard for a knockout. In this round Lewis tried rushing tactics but was repeatedly stopped. There were no challengers. Betting odds were said to have been eight to five against Brit Tun After the fight Britton said: "I laim the world's welterweight cham pionship and will meet any challenger in mj class." "Beck's" Amen Corner nr VVHEN the Everybodys clash with W the Walr in the Commercial league on May 7, the game should prove one of the biggest attractions of the year. Both teams are going strong right now and many believe that the pennant race will be be tween these clubs. IRACKAJACKS meet the Walz team next Sunday. Lucas will work for the hardware team but manager "Curly" Smith also has an other pitching prospect under cover and may use him. While Juan Gomel has announced that Marquez will work for the Mexicans it is a safe bet that Villareal will be within hailing distance in case the Kracka jacks begin to connect with the new hurlers delivery. f f y PROFESSIONAL boxers have been gathering some easy coin in the so called "amateur" four round bouts in San Francisco but when the pro moters put in such a well known professional as Joe Azevedo last week, the police commission called a halt and now only the "simon pure" brand of amateurs arc to have a chance to don the mitts in the Cali fornia city. QHOW your appreciation of the goc' work the young athletes of EI Pas: are doing by attending the Grammar Schools Athletic league track meet at Washington park a week from Saturday. If you can't go, buy seme tickets, anyhow. "yHIS fellow Reilman who is play-' ing first base for the Detroit Tigers seems to be a worthy running mate for the Cobb-Vitt-Veach hit ting combination for the new in fielder has surely been hitting the pill opportunely. i faros Jts1ibv-itn-Lexicon-&v ARROW COLLARspring Style, in two heights CLUETT PEABODY CrCO. IHCM4KCRS International Brokerage Co. 5IUSF, nilOKKIU,. f.en'I Huyinc A Selllnc Act. I'hone 710. SOU Mills Bldg. What U Your Proposition? NI Id JR v. ia y i 9HslUBiiMJIIsBUsBlsBBSBBHBBR I e ant Your Account We want business of the right sort, hut this does not refer to size. All depositors large or small are equally welcomed here and receive the same atten tion at our hands. Facilities here keep pace with the demands of the times, and we respectfully solicit your account, which need not he a large one to he welcome. We Pay 4 Percent Interest on Savings One Dollar Opens an Account American Trust and Savings Bank iCOLLEGETAKES T E State College Ball Team Adds Two Victories to Its List. State College. N M. April 35. The State College baseball nine returned from Iteming with two victories over the high school team at that place. The first game resulted in a shut-out for Deming. while the collegians scored six points. The second game, the fol lowing day, gave the college nine its second victory by a 9 to 1 score. The trip was made overland In auto mobiles The party was in charge of coach C W. Itussell. Preps. Lead In Track Meet. Tho Preps, now lead In the interclaw track meet which Is being held at the college, w ith a score of SI 1-3. The Juniors are second with 26 5-6 points; the Freshmen, third, with 261-6 points: the Seniors, fourth, with 24 points; and the Sophomores, fifth, with 22 1-3 points. Eleven of the events have been run, and the last two, the SiO yard dash and the relay With the scores so evenly divided, the last two events must be run in order to predict the winners. CUS1IIOV riGIITS WILL CAUMJ AIUIESTS IV CIIICARO Chicago, I1L, April 25 Patrons of the Chicago National league park who engage In "cushion fights" will be ar rested, Chris. Weeghman, president of the club, announced today after a con ference with police officials. Several women have been injured as a result of being struck by cushions hurled over the crowd by enthusiastic spectators. "bbcic." J7ELDMANS and Seventh infantry are down to meet next Sunday and it will be a battle for cellar honors. There's no reason in the world while these teams shouldn't be higher in the race but they'll have to get some real "pep" into their players if they intend to be in the running. ( )NCE more we hear a report of Freddie Welsh being beaten but in the closing paragraph we find that Welsh boxed from the second round with a broken hand. Ever Hammer is coming along fast but it is hard to believe that he is yet a candidate for championship honors. Moreover, we have come to look upon these Milwaukee "no-decision verdicts" with a bit of doubt. Any Chicago boxer taking part in a Milwaukee bout is pretty near sure of a verdict, for the Chicago scribes go up in force and naturally boost for their fellow townsman. -pED LEWIS made a sensation in the welterweight ranks a few months .-go and cleaned up all the welters, near-welters and a few middleweights but his manager was too keen for the coin and Ted went rather stale. He couldn't "come back" at New Orleans on Monday night and Jack Britton copped the welte. title for it was really a cham pionship bout. gOME of these war correspondents play pool almost as well as they write Mexican - nr .tions. DEPORTS from W. hington state that 4699 men have enlisted in the .United States army since the re cent increase was authorized. Well, that means a few more ball plaj -rs for the Army league when it re opens here. 48- F)0N'T be surprised if you find Claude Graham homing into a Western league game this afternoon. St Joseph papers announce that the ex-soldier is to get his tryout either today or Wednesday. A RRANGEMENTS are now under way to bring a Douglas boys' baseball team to EI Paso for a series of games with one of the local teams. Tickets will be offered for sale at 10 cents each. It will be one means of cementing the friendship of the two cities and will also help to encourage good sport among the youngsters. JEAVING the Athletics oit of con sideration, it begins to look as though there will be a real race for seven clubs in the American league this year. The Athletics are easy pickings for all the other teams. -TULSA, Okla., is getting back on the boxing map. The fans of that regio paid $15,000 10 see Carl Morris and "Gunboat" Smith go ten rounds and it is no wonder that other aspiring heavyweights have an eye on some of the easy coin that the Oklahomans seem willing to part with. Jim Coffey is carded to box Mor-is there but it is likely tr t the bout will be called off for the pro moters have signed Frank Moran to meet the cx-engineer next month. I AT DH I old judge DaJrifTAMV OF TTAOIST COpr OR OAtUFFJ UJG TH. QTV PMON6T- IFTreV WAfT T CAU. Uf PAMETorC CAJETW;5- XfOftej -ETfcrA- WO OOTVIVC V PJX eV MtCKE.- (4 met no PiTcriCR-wweuwe CreiT A HAtrttUr H'S wiFi1 -oRpew ir"cr"Ai ciowTOTue" const s VQiSlBLE- HIVES arc Declares Blow Was Unin tentional and is Anxious For Another Trial. nr t. s iMiitcws. Milwaukee, Wig., April 25 Kid Graves, the Cleveland welterweight who claimed the American title In that class, until defeated recently on a foul by Bddle Moha of Milwaukee, takes exception to some of the arti cles regarding the match wherein he was declared the loser. Writing from Cleveland, O., Graves says: "My attention was attracted to arti cles referring to my bout at Dayton, Ohio, with Bddle Moha of Milwaukee I beg to present to you and your read ers, the real facts of the matter and it might occur to you that I am In po sition to know the facts, wherein some of the correspondents have fallen down. "As you have probablv noticed. In my articles In the New York Boxing !azette, I have always referred to Iddle Moha as the new weltei -weight champion of America and in writing of the contest 1 stated explicitly that Moha had won on a foul In the 11th round. At no tim have I made any denial of losing the verdict, and I at once released an claim upon the American welterweight championship when I lost to Moha. Previous to this bout I had been recog nized (by most of the boxing authori ties) American champion and since Moha had the good fortune to win the verdict over me, he is undoubtedly the cnarapion now. "The referee was empowered to ren der a decision In our bout and did so in favor of Jloha In the 11th round, making the statement, "Graves hit Moha a low blow and I seen it.' Quot ing him exactly. I made a public ac knowledgement that I had struck Eddie low. but unintentionally, finishing by saying. 'It was evident to you gentle men that I had no need to resort to any such tactics to win' In yo Condition to Hoi. "Xow to get dow n to cases The fact of the matter is this: I was ill and in no condition to box. when I went to Dayton, having been in a tub of hot water until after midnight the night before, with my father and brother working on me to break up a serious attack of grip. Feeling some what better, I went to Dayton ami weighed In under the stipulated weigh: an1 fought that night, beating Moha fot- nine rounds, with one being even and In the final round Just before the accident, I landed a solid right on Moha'B nose, splitting it and stagger ing him. 'Following him up with a left for the lody, hen he pulled up to avoid the blow. It struck him slightly low. Kterybody lellrd Fonl. "Upon frantic signals from his comer, he remained on the floor, twisting about while his seconds were cream Ing 'foul ' The ring was a full-sized 24 foot ring, yet Moha, in all his agonv arose and walked from a spot about four feet from ray corner, all the wa to his own, without any assistance and then again went to the floor groan ing The doctor that examined him afterward said that while the blow was low. Moha was In no wise injured as badlv as he played it In good con dition I would have no trouble in whip ping Moha and I want to make It as emphatic as I can. that if Moha pro pie think I can't and a matchmaker an where in the country cares to stage the bout, I am ready to prove it "Unnl-i Another Ilrltlon Fight, 'loosing a 15 round decision to Ti k Britton recently has not discoura 1 me in the least. If I can get another bout with Jark over the same route or a shorter one, I believe I can reverse the verdict I think I am entitled to J another bout, as I had beaten Britton four times before he finally thumped me, though my victories were merely newspaper verdicts. Failing in rear ranging a re-bout with either Moha or Britton, I am willing to once more start cleaning the rest of the class, no one barred " In Connection with the above. It i might be mentioned that "Kid" Lewis : and Jack Britton are billed for what Is termed a "welterweight title bout" at New Orleans, April 24, and the win ner is after a match with Packey Me Farland Eddie Moha, who claims the title now that he won from Graves is matched with Lewis for Maj 1. at Dayton, Ohio, so that if tho Knglish man -wins Moha will be in for a erv near championship match over the It round route I'ackey's Soft lurse. For a boxer who was neer a cham pion. Packey McFarland has fallen Into some of the best paying matches imaginable Packey has pulled down some big purses agnlnit Jack Britton. Mike (iibbons and other and now h( l offered i fl,it J10.000 for a meeting w ith the winnei of the Kid f.cw is-Jack fr FHI Hii RJSii Copyright 1916, International New. Service. HICK t-A Vi?KJ" ' LEfTJeCTrie' A. RRJ r CAJE IS- ytA-f BASEBALL 3roDA1'S League Standings. American asoe. If Today VT. I ret Win 1m Nw York I 2 .'14 ,7S .C5 Boiton 7 t .6! .467 .S83 Detroit ( .r.fi .583 .& .St Louta 1 i JMO .5(6 45t Chicago S .GOO .5J .482 Washington 4 t .414 . .40 Cleveland 4 .441 .50 40 Philadelphia 2 T .222 .10 .200 Xatloanl League. If Today W. I Pet. Win Lost Philadelphia 1 .857 .87i .730 8t Louis IS 4 6011 J S4 Chicago 5 4 ..'J3 .MS .500 Boston 3 3 .BOO .571 .49 Clnclanati S 6 .13- .; .417 Pittsburg 4 .400 .45 . Brooklyn 2 2 .400 .M .133 New York 1 & .165 .21 .143 Texas League. 'Won Lost Pet. Bhrereport t 4 .1(7 Galveston T 4 .3fi Part Worth T 4 3 ssn Antonio T 6 .&S3 ifooston r. 7 .44? Waco S .46$ Beaumont 4 I 333 Dallas I .;;o raclflo Coast League. Won Lost Lo Angeles . ......... ....... 11 8 Oakland 11 ernon . .......11 10 Ssn Francisco 10 11 Salt Lake 7 S Portland 7 11 Pet .S7J .65.-. .; .47 .4(7 .319 Western League. Won Lost Topeka 3 1 Omaha 2 1 I incoln 2 1 Denver 2 2 Wichita 2 2 Rloux City I 2 Dm Moines 1 2 St. Joseph 1 3 Pet .(7 .7 .S0 .500 ; .2S0 American Association. Won Lost Pet. Louisville . 6 1 831 Toledo Z .CO Minneapolis 3 .0 .SOS .600 400 .331 t olnmbns I Ksnsas City Milwaukee. . 1 n Paul ... Indianapolis Southern Association. Won Lost Pet Nashville s 2 .SIS New Orleans 2 .800 Memphis 4 .CM Birmingham G ! .54'f Mobile 4 7 .1(4 Atlanta 3 7 .30 Little Rock 3 7 .300 Chattanooga 3 s .273 MYERS team had a busv weak end and won four games The first was plaed on the old circus grounds and the Myers players defeated the Arizonlans bj a score of 7 to 4 The lineup of the Myers team was Orvillo Cornwall, c; Sam Gilles- Britton match at New Orleans. April 24 That would be pretty soft for rankc, but he has not made up his mind as yet whether he will accept ur not nother offer is for 12,000 from a Milwaukee club for a meeting with Alike Gibbons, the St. Paul phantom, at 154 pounds. There are some cham pions who hae never received such sums as have been handed out to the Chicago lad. Had Fackoy tried to cap ture a title outside of the lightweight lass he would no doubt have been suc cessful, but he always preferred to try lo hold to the 133 pound division when he would have been better off In the welterweight class. The new pound age for welterweights 147 should suit Packev nicely Itiohie Mitchell, the Milwaukee light weight who shares the honor of be.ng a real conienuer xor ine crown worn In Freddy Welsh, with Charlie 'White and Benny Leonard, would like to have a tr- with the champion oer the 20 round route. Richie met Welsh in a ten round bout and held him good and even, which Is saylnir considerable, for l'ruldy came in fully eight to ten I nnnna lia.vF.. .tin, ,1.. ,11. ..... ! ,,.,,.1,0 ..1.U..UI UIHL tilt) .UllWUUfWV bo Mitchell now wants to battle with Charlie White or Leonard and would not be averse to entering an elimina tion tourney with those two stars, the winner to get the match with Welsh for the championship It Is only a question of time when Mitchell will han to meet Leonard, as the fans will demand that they meet, and when they do it should b a treat, as both are of t lie dean-cut type, with fast lefts and lilenn of steam behind their blows These bo s had better get together and see who will get Welsh for a title bout, for the champion will not he dal ling around tho ring much longer Freddv has made up his mind to re tne fin j.ood in another vear mil the c li in s are lie wm not have mnie than om moic long battle, win or lose. -v . V In Boyland Atin t-c I Cttrrr Li rtt I IjJAJ TAG CJTV Pf-HjAe FOfC CA-t-M fl-opcHl CWr ''tU HI I r'OO Jo ffArfCO THAT"''"-1- Kajock. -rue Ft,ciMir o-r OP VOU R- TEEIX - TV , ueKS V AUG SEt-'-iN'fr- ATTH- U'- ( WfcH ?EE SO OoT I POLO C&.QVX irr rwrT fW -nfevr t vjaat- TO KaJ OVJ ybu I5MO" RESULTS GAMES. ' American League. At St Louis IUIK Cleveland 020 030 000 11 1 St Louis . . 200 000 002 4 ( 2 Batteries Cleveland, LovdermUk. Bagby and OXelll; St. Louis, Groom. Davenport At Detroit K. II B. Chicago 010 010 000 2 8 1 Detroit 000 400 OOx 4 S 1 Batteries- 'Chicago, Scott Williams and Schalk Detroit Coreleslde and Stanaee At Philadelphia R. II. E. Boston 010 0M 101 4 8 0 Philadelphia 60 000 l 0 8 1 Batteries- Boston. Leonard and Carrl gan, Philadelphia, CroweU, Sheehan and Meyer Murphy. At Washington R. H. E New York ... 090 000 002 2 i 2 Washington 002 400 llx 1 Batteries Xew York. Shawkey, Callop, Shocker and Nnnamaker. Walker; Wash ington, Johnson and Atnsmith. National League. At Cincinnati H. H. E. St Louis ...Ml 000 025 i II 2 Cincinnati 100 001 0002 8 0 Batteries. St "Louis. Meadoirs, Williams and Snyder, Oonsales; Cincinnati, Schnltz and Clarice. Games Postponed. Philadelphia at New York, cold: Pitts burg at Chicago, Brooklyn at Boston, wet grounds. Texas League. At Ft Worth. R. IT. B. Fort Worth A, 6 1 Dallas 2 5 2 Batteries Fort Worth, Johraon ami Weill, Dalian. Adams ami Maeky. At San Antonio. K. It. K. Stan Antonio 0 2 1 Houston 3 7 1 Batteries San Antanto, Harding and Cook, Houston. Bdmondson and Jenkins. At Waco. R. H E. Waco 5 13 3 Shreveport . 6 9 3 Batteries Waco, DooW, Causer and Re illy , Shraveport, Lerorett, Duffy and Smith Beaumont -Galveston, rain. "Western League. No Games Scheduled American Association. At Columbus 3. Milwaukee, 1. At Toledo. 0, Kansas City, ft At Louisville. 8; St Paul, 4. Minneapolis at Indlauapoll?, called third Inning rain. Southern Association. At Atlanta 4. Birmingham L At Memphis 1: Nashville 2. At Mobile 0, New Orleans 10 (7 Innings, rain At Little Bock 8; Chattanooga T, (10 Innings ) School Sports, Jnrealle Sports, Days' Amateur Sports, and A Xerra and Gossip of the Fntnre Greats." 9 nr "BECK." pie p- Herbert Stanley, lb; Edwin Ge.sler, 2b. Llovd Gillespie, 3b, Ber tram Harnett, as Lyle Webster, If; mton Roe, cf , Teddy Gessler, rf. The Myers team claims the second v i lory as the result of the failure of the Golden Hill Tigers to shoff up for a scheduled game. The third game was with the South westerns on the Pledras street grounds, the Myers team being victorious by a score of 6 to 1 The Golden Stars were defeated liv the Myers team in the fourth game, the score being 1 to 3. This was plaved on the circus grounds. Her bert Stanley took the mound and Sam Gillespie went ot first base. Lloyd Gillespie, manager of the Myers team, would like to hear from teams of their age and weight want ing games. He can bo reached at phone 4312 In a second game with the South westerns, the Myers team won by a score of 15 to 12. The Las Cruces Juniors are arrang ing to visit El Paso In the near future to play games with the local clubs of their age. Albert Evans, manager of the Junior Leaguers, writes that his team claims two forfeit games, one from the Or chard Parks and the other from the J B1.'8. J"nior Manager Evans writes that the games had been ar ranged for Saturday afternoon, but the Leaguer manager must be laboring under a misapprehension, for the Or chard Parks were scheduled to play In Lai Cruces on Saturday, and the announcement of that game had been published in Boyland s-veTal tfmes.o it will lie harilb fail to the Parks to give them credit for a forfeit In this cue The Junior Leaguers admit forfeit ing to the Lone Stars on Fridav and laim to have won one a-amo , i. two this season Thev challenge anv I renin in the in heti. ,.,. i- . , ". ,. pounds mil cunes m I,. nrriiiL.,1 , I calling Albert Kaiib at nil. " U J allien fyi v BY TAD f V)rW PlOCMg-ouT? ) rTNTH'A IU AAV j VOU AJ& LI (- woowet i VPA- For aav Cu-vJ" I ill! ROUNDS Ever Hammer of Chicago Pounds Champion, "Who Claims Injury. Milwaukee. Wis, pril 24. Ever Hammer, Chicago lightweight boxer, decisively defeated champion Freddie Welsh on points here tonight In a fast ten round no-decision contest. Welsh was battered unmercifully in every round with the exception of the fifth which was even in the opinion of newspaper critics. He left the ring with a puffed eye, a bloody ear and mouth. Hammer finished unmarked and strong. Ha was the aggressor all the way and used botn right and left to head and body at vrllL Welsh em ployed all his ring knowledge In a vain effort to evade the Chicago bov Hammer time and again forced Welsh to run and hang on. He rocked the Englishman many times with right and left swings to the jaw and in the seventh round with a powerful left hook to the jaw lifted the champion off his feet and had the crowd in an up roar. After returning to his hotel. Welsh exhibited what he claimed was a frac tured right hand The fracture, accord ing to the champion, is half way back from the knuckle of the right fore finger in the middle of the back of the hand. The break, Welsh said, followed a blow which struck Hammer on the elbow In the second round. The physi cian of the boxing com Ussion. who examined the hand, claimed It was only an injury in the nature of what Is known as a "puff or bad bruise Welsh claims he was unable to Use hia liand after the second round. BOWLING Results In the Industrial Daekpia league matches on the Cactus club alleys, Monday night, were as follows Peldmam. 1st 2d 2d Til. W. Doak si 2 7J ;35 R. White to 7S 41 P. Roberts ee tt 10 m J. Seymour 2 S4 31- R. Palmar 24 30 ( 230 Totals 33 ss 38 mj Cement Plant. 1st 2d 2d Ttl E. L. Clark '.i us 7J n. J. Wiley so r,7 m i B. B. Henry 7 87 Ji3 T. Abor 78 7z 70 ; C. Qrins S3 71 S9 13 Totals 3S0 372 339 1881 Points won. Feldmans 3, Cement Plant 1; hitch game. Henry 7: high tstal. White 244. Momsen-Duaaesan-Ryan 1st 2i 3d Ttt R. Pfleffer 71 7 71 21 H B- Doerlng 74 84 St 2S4 E. J. Alcorn 88 8C 48 3I J. Kropp 74 CC 204 C W. Thorns S3 3 72 18S Totals 248 3SS 328 19V1 Swift & Co. 1st 2d 3d Ttl. J. H. Tngford 7b 79 ;"9 214 J. R. Day S3 59 s 5; J K. Fassett 80 77 43 182 T. N. Trues 4 61 107 234 P. I Ollmore 7 m 60 195 Totals 3.V 148 3S1 10S7 Points won, SwHt A Co 3. M. D. R. 1 high same. Times 187; hlEh total, Tynes and Doering 234. WAR CORRESPONDENTS HOLD SPECIAL POOL TOURNAMENT A special pool tournament for war correspondents was started at a local club on Monday night and will con tinue over a period of 10 das The score of the first matches were- W. AJWIUIb, New York Herald 50 Clair jKenamore, St. Louis Post- Disifcteh 39 Edward F. Roberts. Associated Press 24 B. H. Caddie, El Paso Jl MIMjETI.WINS DECISION ovKRimow: i.v wrrstlim? Billings. Mont., April J6. Walter Mil ler, of St. Paul. Minn., was given tho referee's decision Monday night over "Pet1 Brown, who styles himself the champion middleweight wrestler of the world; after tine hour and 30 minutes of wrestling. hii.de. raausii champion. 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