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11 d t & w rra FED PITCHERS Batters, Too, Are Making Good; Moran's Financial Rise is Rapid. Il I'ItM II. MISMtK. N York, Mat g Whfli peace -was rti.ide in the liaseball world, altrney l'i'-vfiiF.. owner of the Pittsburg I'iratPH, uUeieil words They were to 'he effect that "the Federal pitchers "ere no koouV Baruey explained the finr j.-n.rd of some Fed pltehers by lrlariiiK that "the ought to Ain't l v pitching; against bush leaguers?" Oeorce MrVonnell was one of the Fed Ik a vers indicted by Barney on the barge of Iteia: a minor leaguer. Re was with the Chicago Feds last year. Th 11 year he Is with the Cubs. And 1 1 oh c wonder what Barney has 1)n mIiic since this same "bush leaguer' M funnell shut out Barney's own i'ir,ites and allowed them exactly one hit" lso Barnev said the Feds couldn't I n He said 'the huskv batting aver ts last ear In the Ollmore circuit ui i, iiue to poor pitching and a lively i ill w ell r.n, , again the 11 transpiring -in.w up B.irney. If Barney will take Hi. iti.ind baiting a erages of the Fed i.tl le.ue players to date both In the iimn.il and American league and ompai' it with the grand batting aver .kcs i.f tin National and American 'e.iune mail., he will find that the Feds ue balling the hall with is-or Mornu's Financial Hlse. 1'i.ink Moian hopes to challenge i..hn Rockefeller for the financial u.uiipionsliip of the world ! leallze that Johnny has a few mil- ' .in on me at the present time, but I'm mi i nc stiong," murmured the blond U .11 ler ii.l he i e has come along faster ii i r,iit.ni tal wa than anv other non . h impliin in the hlstorj of the ring. e. n months ago Moran was broke. i hi n I., fuught Jim Coffey and got Jii'.im for that fracas. A few months ii.i Ik- mixed it again -with the fellow .- nil b.'erage name and got 19H. Then nme the Millard fight which netted Iiiijn neaily 125.000. with motion pic ture iihH Included. Add lo that what he ha made in ihcatrieal work and newspaper "wrlt iinr." and the grand total is around .0.04)0 in seven months Moran has in sight two other matches. MwX Orders So 'Lasmrm. ?" j&mw J" nVBH.f! 21- -- , -r.'-jfef- WW V TJ. .3c - For Summer (t VOU are ready for Summer Clothes and we are ready to supply you. Iu suits a selec tion of an "Alfred Benjamin'' $20 to $40 or a 'Style-Plus" at $17.50 will give j'ou entire satisfaetion. Hals Straws and Panamas 5nrfs, Sox and Underwear are shown in a wide range of choice for Summer. We almost forgot to mention "Hanan" Shoes for which we arc El Paso Agents. ta. SJ - - a ! .. ... . 'Larry" Captain New York Nationalleague Glub leading hitter of the! National League for the season of 1915 lihe all who are prominent for brains and ability, Larry is a staunch believer Demand the genuine by fidl name nicknames encourage: sofenthunon. The Coca-Cola Co. Atlanta, Ca. & "asssssssssBr afH1 itJftssJrl ''W Mm i$5 ml ARE SHI1 (US one with Carl Horns, which may net him between J30.000 ami S4.'i,000. the other with Jack Dillon which will so cure him Jls.OoO at least If he gets through with those fishts before next October it will mean that the income for one jear for this non-champion hea y weight will be about $100,000. Meteoric' What else? LAMAR WINS TRACK AND FIELD MEET (Continued Trom l'reTlou l'ngr.) Inches: second. Alfonso Terrazas. Mlas: third. George Booee. Vilas role vault, clan A Won by Halcott San ders. Lamar, height 8 feet: second. J. Brown, Bailey: third Walter Booif. Beall. 440 vard relav. t liuu r Wnn h- Ijmir school. Time, lot S-5. yaru relay, class B Won by Lamar school Time. 3 :5S Mile relay class A Won by Alia Vista school. Time. 4 36. I'oinls for Earn rhool. B B 5 - S S i; unt. Claw A 1M yard duh.... -, 1 :Z yard dash.... J 446 yard ruo..... t 1 1! pound shotpai. 1.1 X Warn lamp 4 - El Broad jump ..... (3 Pole lanlt ....... 3 1 & Mile relay E i Tola! class A... M It 11 (Ins. 11 ": ard dash 1 8 Hleh Jump s 4 Broad Jump .... I It 8 pound shotput.. 1 8 II yard relay... i Total clans B.. S 2 19 Claw, f i yard dash 1 ; 3 HiKh Jump ... 1 t Broad Jump ..... i & 440 yard relaj.. ,. i Total class C .. 1 4 It fi 11 Claw II j &0 yard daab ' S 4 HlKh Jump l Broad Jump ..T.. t It 3C0 yard relay ... S Total clan D. . . 11 IS 12 Grand" total . JJ U 7 7 I 2 it Doyle zm& SBsVSwwTsy -L ? 7N && "Beck's" Amen Corner BT PRESENTATION of a loving cup from the baseball fans of El Paso to Lieut-Col. E. V. Smith will be but a small token of the appreciation of the fans for the good baseball served by the Army league last fall, thanks to the efforts of the genial officer. IXRACKA JACKS, like the Puiitys, were loaded with horseshoes on 1 Sunday and their many errors didn't keep them from winning their Com mercial league game. pUEBLO will have to build a new ball park for the Rio Grande league, according to John McCloskey, who is now in the Colorado 'city. He wires that the good news from Amarillo has stirred up the Pueblo fans but that the task of getting started in Pueblo will be no small one. TONEY and Schneider, of the Reds, pitched some good ball on Sun day. Toney let the Cardinals down with two hits and no runs for seven innings, when he was taken out to let a pinch-hitter bat for him. Big Pete Schneider then took up the pitching and allowed no hits for the rest of the game. CL PASO fans would like to see some good boxing bouts but they will not stand for the "boxers" who are now hanging around town in the hope of getting bouts in or near this city. If El Paso is to have boxing, let us have it clean and of the best quality. Men who can't "make good" elsewhere are not needed here. 45- YE don't know whether it's their 'fair following or just a case of horseshoes but those Puritys can win ball games when any other team would be snowed under. BASEBALL League Standings. Commercial Learue. If Sunday Wia Lose .n .c; .80 .(00 .667 .& .- .& .333 .1(7 .: .ooo If Today Win Lose .: .6t .111 .SSI .581 .523 .iit .SM .Hi .47 .458 .417 .431 .311 .311 .311 vr. l. ret. Wals .(too KraokaJaclc Bveroodyt ........ Purits Feldmtns Seventh Infantry ... .-so .noo .MM) .soo .000 American- JLeasue. W. L. Tct. CleraUod 14 7 .G67 Waahing-ten II 7 .USX New York 3 7 .SB3 Boston 10 9 .S2G Detroit 18 II .SOO Chicago 10 13 .43.. St. Louts 7 11 .SSt Philadelphia I 13 .SSS National J-tsrur. If Tods J- VT. U Pet. Win Lose Brooklyn 4 .601 .714 .143 Boston S .S43 .117 .tie Chicago 10 8 .US .7) .521 Philadelphia 7 .333 .HI .J0 Cincinnati 11 10 ,i3t .5(1 .511 St. Louis 10 16 ..MM) .E24 .471 Plttaixire I 11 .431 .451 .490 New Tork S 12 .113 .211 .133 Texas Lrafue. Won Lost Port Worth 14 8 Shrereport 18 9 Houston 13 11 Waco .' 11 19 San Antonio 11 12 Galrcston 10 13 Dallas II 13 Beaumont I Is Pet. .131 .591 .412 .524 .478 .45 .435 .348 racific Coast Leacne. won Lost l'ct. Los Aassles 17 12 .511 Kan Francises) 20 15 .571 Vernon II 1 .511 Salt Lake 13 It .414 Oakland ..: 15 II .441 Portland II 15 .40 Western league. Won Lost Wichita 1 i Topeka ... 8 4 Omaha 8 i Lincoln 8 I Des Moines .................... 7 DanTer I 8 Sioux Cltr 5 St. Joseph i 10 Sonthern Association. Pet. .117 .11. .115 .571 .412 .429 .357 .381 Won Lost Nashville 15 7 New Orleans 14 8 Pet. .182 .616 .522 .478 .435 .429 .419 .311 Blrminebam 12 11 Atlanta 11 13 Chattanooca . . KemDhle .JV I 12 9 12 Little Bock 13 MeMIe S l Amerlean Association. Won Lost LouUville 12 4 Mlaneapolla 10 I Columbus 10 I lndlanspolia 9 7 St. Paul 7 8 Kansas Cltr 7 8 Toledo 5,10 Milwaukee 3 13 Pet. .750 .i:: .125 .SIS .417 .437 .133 .187 American League. umlajN Games. At Detroit. R. II E. St. Louis 140 0t 0 1 7 2 Detroit IHH1 00s 2 4 3 Batteries: St. Louis. Well man and Hart ley; Detroit, Coveleskie and Stanaxa. At Chicago. R II. E. Cleyeland 000 000 015 7 2 Chlcstro 00 Oil We 2 1J I Batteries: Ctereland, Coumbe and Mtt rtaell. O'Neill: Chicago, Faber and Williams. Schalk. raturdny's Gamrs. At Chicago. 1. Cleveland. 4. At Philadelphia. 4: Washington 1. At Boston. 4: New Tork. 5. At St. Louts-Detroit: rsln. National League. Sunday's Games. At St Louis. R. H K. ''inrlnnati 00s 001 0A0 0 4 1 St. Louis no 100 yx 1 2 1 Batteries Cincinnati. Toney and Schneid er, St. Louis. Ames and Snyder. T..At.ClMcaB"- R.II. E. Pittsburg 010 110 000 I 5 3 Chicago 000 000 0008 3 1 Bt1Sm- Plt'ur;. Kantlehner and -Wilson: Chicago. Lavender and Allen. No others scheduled. .. ,. Stinnlny'a Games. At Bnooklyn. 3; Philadelphia. S. At Jtsw Tork. I; Boston. 7. At Pittsburg. 1: Chicago. 2. At St. Louis. 2; Cincinnati. 7. Texas League. Hunflnr'a c.nM At vi Worth. Ft Worth Galveston . . R. H. E. 40 3 5 Batteries- Ft Worth. Harris and Belts. Galveston, Gudger and Noyes. t,-A W'"'0 I E T5,0 ' 11 J uesumont 52 Batteries- Waco. Sinn "and Kuhn.' Beau mont Napier. Jost and Hobo. Clark At I..s R E. f!"" 7 10 I Houston 3 7 1 KaJ"r!f. rM.. Can- and Smith. Hous on Mulllns. Watson and Jenklm At Shn v port hre.port ... I II I. "BECK." L'RONIGER is the pitcher needed by the Seventh infantry to en able that club to keep up in the Commercial league race. Duncan may round into form but he needs a lot of work to be right. If big Fritz Kroniger is transferred from the artillery to the Seventh, then the soldiers can count on winning a fair share of their games. 3t $fr JSSA PORTER, an El Paso boy, took the big honors of the southwestern intercollegiate track meet at Tucson on Saturday, when he won the centruy dash in the fast time of ten seconds, flat .'f . .Jg. gANKERS" Baseball league will do much to keep the many fine ath letes working at the local financial institutions in condition for the in door athletic work next fall. Many of the basketball players come from the local banks and, in the past, the tossers have been a bit slow in rounding into condition. This year their will mlrA it- in Avtin 1? Tnnnthq I of athletics and be in shape all the "JEFTY" KANTLEHNER, of the Pirates, is certainly pitching good baseball this year and the for mer Northwestern league star is winning a big percentage of his games. On Sunday, he blanked the Cubs, 1 to 0, letting the Tinkerites down with three hits. QLAVDE GRAHAM pitched a part of Saturday's game for St Joseph. The box score is not yet available so it is impossible to get a line on the youngster's work but of course, St Joseph lost. And what pitcher, aside from one of the Pnritys,can expect to win when the team behind him piles up four errors? RESULTS San Antonio 5 11 3 Battarlea: Shreveport. Andrews, Duffy and Smith: San Antonio, Stewart, Hardier. Thomssnd and Cook. Bureh. Saturday's Games, At Dallas. 3: Beaumont. 2". At Shrereport, 5; Galieston, 4. At Waco. 8: Houston. 7. At Fort Worth. 8: San Antonio. 1. Coast League. Sunday's Gamrs. At Saa Francisco (Morning' came) R, H. E. Oakand 3 1 San Francisco :.... 1 B D Batter!- Oakand. Martin and BlUott; San Francisco, Couch and Brooks. Afternoon same. B. II. E. Oakland S 1 San Francisco 11 11 0 Batteries: Oakland. Beer. Chaback. Kla wltter and Griffith: San Francisco, Elliott, Oldham. Brown and Sepulveda. At Los Anffftles (Morning1 earns) It, H. E. Salt Lake 11 Vernon 5 S 1 Battarlea: Salt Lake. Warhop anil Han nah. Vernon, Qulnn. G. Johnson and Whal inc. ; At Los Angeletf (Afternoon came) R.IT. U. Rait Lake fi 11 3 Vernon 3 8 1 Batterl: Salt Lake, Fltlery and Hannah; Vernon. Qulm,, G. Johnson and Whallnt. Game Vot poncd. Tos Ajsgele Portland, rain. Saturday's Gam en. At San Francisco. S: Oakland, t At Los Angeles Salt Lake. 1; Veraon. 7. Los Angeles-Portland; rain. Western League. Sunday's Games. Al Demer E. II. E, St. Joseph 21 101 E 11 2 Denver IM 100 Oil X 13 3 Bstteiies. St. Jossph. Thomas and Block; Kaufman. Reynolds and Shestak. At Des Moines. Tt. R. E. Lincoln Oil SIS 10J 11 IS 1 IMS Moines 310 000 02ft C 10 1 Batteries. Lincoln. Gretrorr and Itohrer: Des Moines. Murr, Thomas, Grant and Spahr. Omaha 0 W W-! I 1 Sioux i'lty 020 000 003 5 11 1 Batteries: Omaha, Clarke and Livingston; Sioux Cltj. Allison. North and Krueger. At Wichita. It. H. E. Topeka 110 003 it S 7 1 Wichita 210 000 30 fi 12 7 Batteries' Topeka. Dashner. West and Gray: Wichita. Koestner and Gray. Called In eighth for Topeka to ratch train. Sntnrday'a Games. At Denxer. 8. St Joseph. 1 At Des Moines. 4. Lincoln. 1. At Omaha. 5. Sioux City. 4. At Wichita. 2: Topeka. 9. American Association. Sunda' Garner. At Minneapolis. 12. Louisville. 3. At St. Paul. 4. Indianapolis. 3. At Milwaukee 0: Columbus. 2. At Kansas Cits. 1: Toledo, 6. Saturday's Games. At Columbus. 3. Milwaukee. 3. At Toledo. 7. Kansas City. 8. At Louirillle 2: Minnespolis. 3. At Indianapolis. 3. St. Paul. 4. Southern Association. Sunday's Games. At XashAllle. 5. Atlanta. 1. At Mobile. 4. Memphis. 2. At New Orleans. 11: Little Rack, 2. Saturday's Games. At Atlanta. 4: Mobile. 3. At Catlanoocra. 6: Memphis. 4. At Birmingham. 10. New Orleans. S Sec ond game Birmingham, 3: New Orleans, 1. (Called end seventh: agreement.) At Little llock. 12. Nashville, 2. College Games. Saturday's Games. University ot Missouri, 4. Iowa State Col lege, t. Columbia. J. Wesljan. 1. Johns Hopkins. 9. Swarthmore. 3 Michigan-Syracuse game called off. rain. Indiana. 9, Depauw. 2. Tufts. 10: Catholic University 2. Armv 15: Georgetown 6. Navy. 6. Bucknell 1 Chicago, 3. loa State.. I. Virginia. 13. Tale. 0 Harvard. 4. Pennsl-lvanla. I. Illinois. 4. Norths estern. 1 Cornell. 1: Princeton 0. SANTA RITA WINS FROM HURLEY NINE Santa Rita, N. M May 8. Taking" advan tage of the many Hurley errors, Santa Ulta won Sunday's fame In the Cactus series, here, by a score of i to J. "Jlube" "Weeks was located for seven hits against five off Wlfley but the latter s support iras of the sieve variety. The score: n. ir. E. Hurley .. '- Santa Rita S 1 Batteries: Hurley. IVlfley and Qlcaton; Santa Rita. "Weeks and Itotrrtson. M. D. It. TKASl WINS. The AIomsfn-DunntKan-nran team -non two game-i un Sunday They defeated the IjAstnsky Grocrr companj'ji team by a score of to 3 in the first ntnr. Harvey and Adolph rrf on th points for th grocers and Monahan Hnil (lallagher for the hard ware team In th ,rond name, the victims wore the KI Vo rourtdry and Maehinn " mpan tum .mtl the vorn vta 3 tit T.rn Mmnnen ami lnrinK; were on the points for in Tslnnern mil Kiepie nd ilunter fur the lc cr Banlch Rheumatism Catarrh, Malaria and all Blood Assists Infections by Nature the use of The work of S. assist Kature bade to normal when the natural process of thron ing- off poisons becomes unbalanced and the blood infected. Ko human is immune from blood infection. But every one has in S S. S. the means to combat blood impurities, at well as a way to Health and vigor to the entire system. S- t. c 1.k .nn,ffMl vetretahle remedv. is in a class by itself, and has it mmt nwpr a neriod of wa ...a ...w ..w..-.. .... -..--- it yon demand an tna. s pure ana safe, as you should dc. in a blood totncthen F 0v ttat y03 aemjaa- Medical suItico jiven by experts. Write Medical Dept. 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