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EL PASO HERALD
18 Veek-End Edition, May 31-June 1, 1919. IB IS KHN -GENERflL OFFICE HITTING LEAOER Famous Georgian Climbs to Top of American League Batting Averages. TEAM IS VICTOH Railway Cracks Add An other Belt by Taking Memorial Day Game. j SPORTOGRAPHY O icso. III. May 31. Ty Cobb of J The El Paso & Southwestern railway : .,!o:: has ht his stride and has general office baseball team continued Imbed from seventh to first place' Its winning streak Friday afternoon rni r.tz the- hatters of the American I at the high school stadium when It ,eapue, v. an an aerag-a of .377. He j defeated the Terminal nine by the aK0 pre.- g- Jackson of Chicago j score of 9 to 1. Air-tight ball by the ir total base honors, according to office team held the Terminal to out '.ead today and- which four hits, while st&pp, twiner or tne Wednesday's games. men. 'iciuo ( oM One Behlsd. ,Ui kson lias 54 total base? hilc it Georgian has 53. Wearer, Chi - aen, continued in front as a run aker n.njr garnered 14 times, 'h!le his team mate; Eddie Collins, in--faod 1 i lead for stolen base tr : Jackson is tied with ion for home ran honors, : tw o, while Chapman, .th 13. leads the sacrifice onor-- Jluth rf P a. h ia . Ielnd . it r- ratal Iads Xattswal, pai p...nro : i,-h. ci attors who bare partici or more games: Schang, Vrambsganss. Cleveland, Ntw York, J57; Jackson. ' Gardner, Cleveland, 344; land. 343, Weaver. Chi jacfbsoa. fit. Louis. 338. rtl.t Philadelphia, is far in the '(i -t National league batters with a' nverape 334 and also is tied for nine run honors with Kauff. New r-r ith ff ur round trip tickets. i jr.- ,'(" .rk. who is secondin n'tj i a mark of 396. leads in iti! ha-es w th 54. Olson, Brooklyn, n A'Tr i ti' r. topping the run getters vifh l. ie-d in stolen bases with 10. -s d.nti Magee, Brooklyn team-i,.zr- p re sharing sacrifice honors w it- e.iu each. Other leading bat , V- 1", o" more games are: KUduff Chicago, 385; Meu&el. Phila-"irb.-t .17 Wingo. Cincinnati. 871; ,1! .tTT rb'laoelphia, 346: Rariden, ' inti.ti. McCarty, New York, Konetrb. Brooklyn, 356. I lsTRUI CH IMP HERE. tor M -Iviile, featherweight office clob. struck out a total of 13 The Terminals were unable to connect safely with the offerings of Stepp. while the Office players ham mered Hammond Tor 1 saiesies, in cluding two home runs. To Meet Highlander. . The Office ieam will meet the High landers bnnday morning at tne sta dium. This team has won a number of consecutive victories and is con sidered one of rfce strongest teams to appear this season wfclch -was organ ised from the personnel of one estab lishment. The score: E P. Terminals AB. R. H.-PO. A E. Warren, 2b ,...3 1 1 1 u Titus, ss 3 0 10 2 Abe. 3b 3 0 0 1 2 Kunx, c 3 0 1 5 0 Hammond, p 3 0 0 1 1 Crow, If, 3 9 1 0 0 Billingaworth. rf S 9 0 t 0 Ellis, cf i 0 1 Atkins, lb 2 0 8 Totals. ,25 1 4 IS 2 E. P. & S. W. G. O. ABylRvH, PO. A. E. Littleton, c 3 TrueMood. 2b 3 Light, rf. 3 Kiehne, lb 3 Duncan. 3b 3 Carlin. If 2 Trefx. ss 3 Stt-DP. D 3 Cook, rf 2 Taft, If. 1 14 J 1 tow r-i sroll, i :rM a. arrived in San d-is Ago and is now New York. Charley as the manager of Moran and many 'ic f -reisn boxers of note, will look iJtc te -oui:g man. Paramount today tl 50: Jos S S3.-AdT Total. 26 IHn 6 9 En Paso Terminals. 19 090 1 E. P. & S. W. l. o jvi ji i Ta n has hits Dnncu. TlneblOOd. Home rane Light. Littleton. Hits Off Stepp 4: off Hammond 14. Struck out By Ste? It; by Hammond S. Left on bases Terminals t; General Office 5. Hit by pitched ball uy stepp l. DIB OT IvKKr ACREBMKVT. riar Hitte. the Seattle promoter has filed charges against the Mitchell brothers. Ritchie and Plnkey. with the Wisconsin commission, for vio lating: contracts. Clay says the boys failed to live op to an agreement he had with them for a number of bonts. LARRY KOPF is playing: a. great same in the zteM for the Bode. Al though, be did sot nave any sprlne training' he has beea playing error less games. ' Funds are rapidly accumulating for the erection of a monument or tablet to Capt. Eddie Grant, baseball's hero of the Argonne, and genaroos contri butions have been made by the of ficers of the 77th division, with which he fought, to the purse started by baseball men In New York last t,h- ter. The Grant memorial fond. i.irh has charge of the mmcn. is seeaing a suitable site for the loca tion of the memorial and it is prob able that the Polo Grounds, in New York, will be selected ae the spot for its erection. .. Frank Flonmoy, who is assisting Tex Rickard ill promoting the Jess Willard-Jaek DwmpSoy bout at Tole do on July 4. rtmentyr purchased Vic tory bonds to the .extent of S127.SM, which will be turned ever to the box ers in payment for their" services, noo.ooo worth going to (he champion and the rest to the challenger. The bonds were purchased in Toledo and will be kept in a safe deposit vault there until the time comes to turn them over to the boxers. BIRTHDAY OP THE ATXTLKTI CS. This is the birthday of the Atfale ccs, as It was C0 years ago today. "al uii tne rirst of the famous Philadelphia clubs of that name was organized. The clob was originauy aevotad le -tews balr but the new game of baseball made a stronger appeal to the members, and the following -vaar th. nimn adopted '""all ' , Within a few leers the Athletics g developed into one of the strongest 0 ' clubs in the naslime. Half a een o! tury ago they liEnred la the first 0 championship game between two cities, defeating their closest rivals, I the Brooklyn Athletics, by a score of 1 to li. In llg the Athletics had three paid players. Reach. Ddckney and Pike, and professional baseball .uuo tWIJ VMKIXMIWSI W1UI Uni Athletics, artbonsh Ufe Cincinnati w m mm I Anniversary...... Announcement For a successful year's service to the public at the Mission Garage, since June 1, 1918, we wish to thank patrons and the public. Better Service For the coming rear is our practical way of expressing our thanks. To do this we are equipped for better garage service, are installing a vulcanizing plant, will operate a filling station, supply Goodyear tires. Mission Garage WALTER E. POFAHL, Proprietor. 417 Mills St. Phone 797 Reds were the first, all professional organization. When the first professional league wss organised la 1S71 that being the National asaoela. Hon .the Athletic Became a charter member, and captured the first leagne pennant. When the National league was launched in 1S76 the Athletics climbed aboard the bandwagon. In the ensuing pennant race they fin ished second. but at the end of the year the club was expelled from the National league, along with the New York Mutuals. In 1874 the Athletics and the Bostons had made a, tour of Great Britain and Ireland, the first expedition of its kind in baseball his tory. The Bostons on eight and the Athletics six of these exhibition games. After being expelled from the National league the name of Ath letics disappeared for a time, but In 1S81 it was revived when Phlladel. phia placed a dab in the Bastern as sociation. In 1882 the American as sociation was launched as a rival of .the National league, and the Ath letic club again assumed major standing, winning the association pennant in 1883. When the American pasted out of existence the Athletic club did like wise, but the famous old name was resurrected when Connie Hank put an American League club In the Quaker City in 1901. The 'astute Connie L grabbed the pennant his second year uui, .Lira no ixmm vecu at, vu auu on. ever since. From the first the Athletics played wonderful ball, and no club with that name can long remain near the bot tom of toe hup. There is some thing us a name, debpite all reports to the contrary, and tnat of Athletic is an inspiration to any ball player permitted to display it upon his manly buzsom. TODAY IX PTJGILlSTlfc ANVILS. 1891 Jim Corbett and Peter Jack son fought a 91 round draw at san Francisco. HIO Jimmy Walsh defeated Pal Moore in 12 rounds at Boston. MIS Mike Gibbons defeated Knock out Brennan in 10 rounds at Cleveland. 112 Kid Williams defeated Kid Murphy In 15 rounds at Baltt- BASEBALL CAISES sniFTS. I SHITO IS SIGNED. Baseball produces many shifts of I With his infield all twteted side- P1?-. For instance, Bashang, Cable 'as, Manager Eddie Herr of the Salt and Klrby, of the Omaha team, played ; at tne same lime tn the southern Lake team, picked up Wallace Smith Michigan league a few years ago. then while he was in Sacramento. Wally, trou- ent drifted to other circuits and are now who became afflicted with Inn; reunitea on ine name western league ioie wmje witn Minneapolis club. ung tn and w Paramount goes to 8 June 8. Adv. a trial. j to Arizona, believes he is in shape to play ball again and asked Herr for BE.VTLEY HETL"KS HOKK. KLLKR LOOKS GOOD. Hod Eller. of the Beds, is not only Among refect arrivals from France now a no-hit pitcher, but he has been is Jack Benuey. formerly wiio vt an- showmg some class as a hitter, tbougu he doesn't claim to be a Babe Ruth In fielding his position, too. Hod has been classed as among the best. Faramoant today $1-50; June 5 JJ.-Adv Paramount goes to IJ June 5. Adv. ington and Boston P.ed 80X. He will rejoin the Baltimore International. He rose to the rank of lieutenant dur ing the war, was twice cited for brav ery, medals were bestowed upon him, et. and he's in the minor leagues, though he can hit .190 In any company. BASEBALL - Standings- j ! TIRES! NEW. 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Batteries: Waco, Pearson and White; Houston. Hiett and Noyes. At Dallas R. H.E. Dallas. 7 11 0 Galveston. 1 t 0 Batteries: Danaa..OonIey and Vann: Galveston. Meadef, Crichlow and Wells. At Shreveport (1st Kimt) R. H. E. Shreveport. 2 t 0 San Antonio. 1 1 2 Batteries: Shreveport, Black and Bannan; San Antonio, MuUin and Gibson. Second gasae R. H. K. Shreveport.. 11 M 1 San Antonio :. 4 11 8 Batteries: Snrevenort. Bei asl and Bungling; San Antonfo, Harper. Boss ana muren. At Fort Worth R.H.S. Fort Worth. 7 7 2 Beaumont. 4 S 4 Batteries: Fort Worts. Whtttaker and Moore; BeaanMat, Bailey, Binns and Kitchen. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At St. Louis First game. R H. E. Chlcago. 4 12 1 St- Louis t 13 2 Batteries; ChleagAieaader, Mor ton, Carter and KiUlfer, Daly; St. Louis. May, H oris man. Meadows and Snyder. Second game R.B.E. Chicago. 1 5 4 St. Louis 4 2 At New York. R.X.B. Brooklyn. '. 1 f 1 New York 4 12 Batteries: Brooklyn, smith and Krcager; Kew York. Baraos and Qon- zaies. At Boston Second game. R.R.B. Philadelphia. 4 1 Boston.. . f 12 1 l.'.v terlea: raiiaaelpiila. Jacobs and Adams: Boston, Rodelph and Gowdy. At Pittsburgh. R.H.E. CinclnnatL .Ill 1 Pittsburg. 8 8 1 .Batteries: tanctnnati. jsuer, Miten ell and Rariden; Pittsburgh, Cooper and Sweeney. AMHRICAN LEAGUE. At PhilaQelnhia tad came. R- H. B wston. x 4 I Philadelphia. 4 14 1 Batteries: jueston, rennoes, uo moat, James and Sehang: Philadel phia, Perry, Kinney and Perkins. At Detroit 2nd game. R. H. E. St. Louis 2 4 2 Detroit. 8 1 Batteries: St. imu. Shocker. Koon. Wright and Sever eid; Detroit, Daasfl ana Ainsmitn. At WashiCKten 2nd came. R H. E. New Yortf. 8 14 1 Washington. Ill 4 Batteries: new xork. qutnn ana Ruel; Washington. Avers. Croft. xnonrpson aca fineinicc At Chicago tnd game. R.H.E Cleveland........... 2 8 2 Chicago. 8 2 Batteries: Cleveland, coveleskle. Cnle and CSem, Nunamaker; Chi cago, wntlaas and Schalk. At my and City League Standing. W. L. Pet Gomes team. 2 1 .751 Eighth Engineers 2 1 .887 Terriers. 2 2 .SO0 Duty Dodgers 2 2 .541 Feidman. 1 2 -XZ1 Zone Supply 1 8 .250 Games Sunday Tompkins Terriers and Feidnasn, Eighth Engineers and Gomez. Texas League standings, w. Shreveoort. 21 Fort Worth 19 Waco 19 Dallas. 18 Houston. 17 San Antonio 17 Galveston IS Beaumont. : ... 14 Where They Play Sunday. Galveston at Fort Worth. Houston at Shreveport. Beaumont at Delias San Antonio at Waco. Win play at same cities Monday. L. Pet 11 .tfci 17 .518 18 .5141 IS .599 18 .481 21 .451 II .441 21 .482 American League Stan dines. W. L. Chicago 23 7 Cleveland. 18 10 New York 1 10 St LouLs 14 13 Detroit. 12 15 Boston. 11 15 Washington. 8 18 Philadelphia. 19 Where They Play Sunday. St Louis at Detroit Cleveland at Chicago. Where They Play Monday. 8t Louis at Cleveland. Chicago at Detroit New York at Philadelphia. Boston at Washington. Pet .787 .948 .800 ill .444 .422 .868 .241 National League Standings. W. L. New York 21 7 Cincinnati 18 12 Brooklyn. 11 12 Pittsburg. 14 18 Chicago.. 13 18 Philadelphia. 11 14 Boston. 9 18 St Louis 10 II Where They Play Sunday. Chicago at St Louis. Wliere They Flay Monday. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. Cincinnati at St Louis. Pittsburg at Chicago. Coast League Standiaas. Pet .759 .at .8' .487 .484 .441 .10 .345 ... . : - ' vi jut 10. iui- 317 Franklin HL JACKSONVILLE FLA. 11 Wppt 3uaJ sc DALLAS TEX. 2 Crjmri e St. HOUSTON, TKX. ros iliin s- HAVA.na. CLP 4. ZulOfcta No. ;:. SAN A.NTOX: TcX. 202 Aenue C EL PASO. :oi w. sa Antonio st WASHINGTON. B. C 90S Hih St, N. W. EV.' ORLEANS, LA. Baronne St. .'.TUMA, GA 1'edthtree St. Tr..f JM1. 1!:' Pie SAN FHANCISCO. CAL. 5-3 VaaNeas Ave. OAKLAND, CAL. "9th at and Broadway. LOS ANGELES. CAL. Mxth na Olive gu. KAN DIEGO. CAL. v?cond and B Sta. IRESNO, CAL. Cor. I and llerced Sta. AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO., Inc. COAST LEAGI7R. At Salt LakiMornlDE game. R H. oacramenEO ................ 8 4 9 Salt Lake 4 11 1 Batteries: Sacramento, Piercer and Fisher; Salt Lake, Stroud and Spencer Second sou T? TT TT Sacramento. c 7 1 Salt Lake. 13 18 2 Batteries: Sacra atonto. Gardner. Cola ana aamy; -nan irfExe, ijeverenx ana Byler. At Los Angeles. "Morning game. R. H. E. I vernon 4 10 0 Loo Angeles 1 5 1 Batteries: Vernon, Promise and Devennor; "Los Angeles, Crandall, Calder and Lapan. 8econd same Tt T4 T Vernon. 10 n a Los Angeles 17 1 Batteries: Vernon, Ross. Reiger and Brooks; Los Angeles, Aldridge and Boles, Lapan. At San Francisco, Morning game. R. H. E. Oakl-nd 19 2 San Francisco 2 6 2 Batteries: Oakland, Holllng and Mitze: San Franolseo, Seaton and Me. Kee, Second irame R. H. E. Oakland. a 1 San Franciseo 3 8 2 Batteries: Oakland. Brenton and El liott: San Francisco. Smith, Couch, Eantlehner and McKee. At Seattle (first game) R. H. E. Portland. 4 2 Seattle 3 s g Batteries: Portland, Lukanovic, Sutherland and Koenler; Seattle, Malls, Schultx and Cook. , I Second game P.. H E.I .Portland. 3 7 01 Seattle 1 ( 0 Batteries Portland. Oldham iJKoehler; Seattle. Falkenberg Cook. W. L. Pet Los Angeles 35 18 .Ml San Francisco 31 23 .174 Salt Lake 25 23 .511 Oakland. 21 23 .521 Vernon. 25 23 .511 Sacramento 22 2fi .458 Seattle. 1 30 .448 Portland. , ..IS 31 .341 Where They Play Sunday. Vernon at Los Angeles. Oakland at San Francisco. Portland at Seattle. Sacramento at Salt Lake. 1-2; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Indlananolie Indiananoll ijouisvuie -5. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 1-5: Kan sas City 4-12. At Columbus Columbus t-9: Tole do 5-4. At St Paul St Paul (.21- Mlnnraa. Oils 4-5. SOITHERX ASSOCIATION. At Little Rock Little Rock 3: urieans :. At Chattanooara Chattannnc Birmingham 0-2. At HerrtohlH Memnhi 5-: Due 8-1. At Nashville Nashville 1-1; Atlanta 2-0. New 1-1; Mo- Amateur Ruling To Be Observed New York. Mav 31 Lawn tennis players throughout the country have received warning from the United States National Lawn Tennis associa tion that thev must observe the ama teur rule. The suspension of Vincent Richards, the younfr national lawn tennis rhampion, has resulted in bringing forcefully to the attention ef the national association the fact that many of the tournament cam paigner? of the courts have fallen into ways that if they remain un checked, will result In lowering- the ttmmeur sianuinK 01 ine game. Mt. Sinai Team Is After Game WESTERN' LEIGI K. At Sioux CitJ S!oux fit 4-0 Moines 5-4. At .Toplin Joplln 1-1; Wichita 8 The Mt. Sinai temple imioor haseball team, considered one of the strongest in the city, i anxious to ar ranee B 0 pramea with any team of the city or and ' military district, Tuesdav n.Kht at and. the Mr. Sinai temple ) mnaslum the j team will btj rtariv and open to meet 1 all comers. 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