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EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
10
Wildcats
Still
mes
Win; Meet State M
In Double
COSRYERHDHS
MT1UTET1)
USER DEFEAT
Manny Ponsford Checks
Arizona Batsmen, but
Loses Hard Game.
OPPORTUNE BUNGLES
AID THE VISITORS
ERRORS costiy and sundry, contrib
uted to the loss by the Tigers of
the .?cond game of the Arizona
nrheroiLy El Paso high school series
st Rio Grande park Wednesday after
noon bv the score of 6 to 2. The
contest was remarkably well played
in instances and was featured by the
fielding- of Arizona, who played an
errorless gaae. Manny Ponsford and
Tx-fie also engaged in a nice pitching
duel
Ponsford deserved to win th nine.
Mannvs curves were breaking
eh a -pi i. around the corners of the
p'ate but it seemed as If the same
o a jinx which pursued him In the
first game would r.ot be downed and
he could not hold the Arizona team
alone The Tigers were unable to
d anything with the twirling of
IoyTe beyond getting men on bases
while the varsity athletes, with their
eteran experience, made every ad
vautags count for runs In the long
run Eery time a man obtained first
ta.se he seemed assured of a run in
spue of the airtight pitching of
Porsord who struck out 10 men.
Tigers Get Scare.
Mannvg walk and Brie Schnllers
two base hit in the second Inning
neued two runs for the Tigers off
Sionaker before the football crack
w&s taken from the box.
Hamilton came alone with a
timely mingle Into the renter pas
ture which pat SchuIIer across
the plate. The Tigers crabbed
ne more la the fourth on Pobb
f c -d watte and successive hits
bv Hamilton and Ragsd&Ie. They
missed an excellent ehanee to
score In the sixth when Ponsford
led off with a two-base hit which
torched the fence in right center.
Itrelffbaum who made a gallant
attempt to catch the ball, struck
c wheelbarrow over near the
eore board and was put ont of
the contest for a minute or so.
He gamely resnmed the contest
however.
-chu ler got his second hit, but
Ponsfora was held on second. Ham
i l -o n hit to MCreary. who doubled
Ponsford and Schuller, while the two
latter boys were racing down the
ase 1'nes. Ragsdale fanned for the
last out of the inning
Sow Conies Arizona.
.r zona i first three runs came as
a result of an error by Hamilton, fol
lowed br Cohen's ragged fielding
After Hubbard had obtained a base
Wilson Bent up a high fly to center
which Cohen failed to see. He then
trotted after the ball and before re-
co trine it Wilson bad landed on
third. Stewart was safe when Manny
misled his hot grounder ana wuson
sco-ed Kreigbaum singled to left
and Stewart came all the way home
wnen lonen tnrew who xor a coauy
(to' Hubbard scored In the sixth
nd McCrearj counted in the eighth.
Arlxona Protects Game.
Imp re Harry Kane penalized twlr
ler Sionaker in tbe second Inning by
tailing balks for an alleged violation
vh ch brought a showr of protests
frcm the Arizona bench. Asa Porter,
coach of the visiting team, protested
the contest several times and
"Wednesday night stated that he be-
l kH he was ngnt in nis protests.
The score
'n'lIdca.tB. A6 R H FO A E
Thjrmin. rt I 1
IlcCrtur. :b .. .41111
Goodwin, as. 4 1
Hubbard. K. S 1 1
Tla. c 4 1 1 U 1
S-eirai !b. 4 12:
K-lKba.sm. c. 4 1 2
Otefe lh 4 5
monxker. p 1 0 1 0
Oo... p J
-otxta 34 'M
Tlcsra. MB R H PO A 2
-QTa.ltp .f 2t0
PoeiI rf 1 1 C
f-ohtn. !.... .. 4111
broiler m. . . .. 4 4 1
PoDrfoM. p 2 J 4 1
Schnllr, c 4 1 It 1
h-hniler c 4 1 f II 1
Hamilton, lo. 4 1 11 1 1
Hagidalc, 2b. . . .21x1
Vlderete. So. 4 1
Ill( Ct 1
"SprlEBEr !
Total! v 22 X t 27 12 4
Ojt lor lnterftnce.
"Batte4 for RacdaJ In ninth.
core by rnnmyw
Vi uca.ti 21 til I
Ttee-3 : 1 2
Stolen bais; Hubbard. 1 McCrcaur 1.
Two base hits Hubbard. Erefgbaum. Ritas
da t Ponaford. Thre base hits, Sehuller,
Wilson Docble plays. Ponsford to Hamil
ton McCrearr to Stewart. Hits and nroa,
oi SlonaJcer 2 rans 6 hits la S 1-2 In
nings of Dorle, runs and 2 hlta In 5 2-2
Innings- Struckoat, by Ponsford. 1 br
Honaker : br Dole. 2 First base on
balls, off Sionaker 2. off Doyle Z. Left oa
bases Wildcats, 2: Titers. 1 Hr by
pl'chnd ball by Ponsford (Hubbard).
Passed bail Beboller Time ox nan, 2
Umpires Kane and CoUlna.
TRACTO
DEMONSTRATION
nt
'CLETRAC
TANK TYPE TRACTOR
In coaaeetkiB 'with the tractor school which is being conducted by
THE ROE-KIBBE COMPANY
THERE WILL BE STAGED A
FIELD DEMONSTRATION .
PLOWING LISTING CULTIVATING
Under the tcperruion of
THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
of the
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF EL PASO
9A.M.T04P.M.
THURSDAY, MAY 6 AND FRIDAY, MAY 7
THE STILES RANCH
SEVEN MILES BELOW EL PASO
NORTH LOOP ROAD, NEAR EL PASO DAIRY
Minute Movies
CONTINUED FROM
THE LUST RELEASE
BEDTIME
MOVIES.
re chilDEEn
VWDEJ? THREE
OS OVER fWiTV.
pGinai
THROUJ UP VA HANDS
SHOUTED A BOUGH VOtCE
back of a Beautiful
CAM OF SAeDlNES"
"GOODNESS GRACIOUS
GOSH CRIED UJCLE -'ITS
OLD R0BBHJ3 CAT,
THE TOUGHEST EW
TujeoTv-seveaJ couaST)e9.
DODBERS LAND
FASTF!ELDEH
INYOUNGSTER
Bernie Neis, Peoria Prod
uct, Seems Assured of
Begular Berth.
PILOT ROBINSON
T.TrTRS HIS WOEK
Br EltAEST J. I. IMG VA.
PEORA Mctos to be a Rood city (or
the deTelopment of- outfielders,
since there) axe now In the major
leagne three men coverine; suburban
territory woo are graduates of the
Three-fyed team of that city. Bob
Veach ot the Tigers. DeWItt LeBoor
veau of the Fbila and Bernie Nets of
the Superbas are the three ity-chasers
who, having paatimed in Peoria, now
are in the fast set.
Veach and LBonrvean came to the
majors direct from Peoria. Nets didn't.
HoweTer, Bernard Edmunjd, as before
related, played in Peoria in fact. It
was in that city he started his pro
fessional career That est In 117.
Nets was not in food health then and
us career with the tnen Distillers
was short- He played 12 games be
fore the Three-Eye season perman
ently closed on July g. his battlne
average being; .121
Peoria then went Into tbe Central
leaeTue. bot the young; man who has ;
won his epnrs as a Superbas this
spnneT did not go along He went
back to his home in Chicago, worked
in a munition factory there and when
the national pastime had been re
moved from the list of non-essentials
began playing again with the saska
toon club of the Western Canada
leatrne-
Brooklyn bought him from that team
last tall, and when his acquisition
was announced tbe publicity depart
ment of the Superbas handed out to
inquirers tins dope on him.
BERNIE NEIS 22 years old. riant
hand bitter and thrower, very fast.
Hit .27. Played in 11 games, stole
oases; piayea wira oase m aoout
one-third of these games was the
sprinter of the Chicago Athletic club
Record of 1-15 seconds for It
yards. Outfielder
The writer has a scout covering the
Western Canada league, where Keis
piayea last season, ana this was his
report on Neis at that time.
SBIUV1B MJIS, outfielder, sold
to .Brooklyn elab by Saskatoon a
about ZZ, about He feet six and
Terr stocky built. He played In
field until last aeaaon. Think,
outfield Is his xlcht position. A ery
fast and great arm, has made the
hundred la 10 flat and done track
work for the I. A. C of Chicago.
One of Chicago beat nil around
athletes. At present can slide
only straight fn. Should learn to
hook both aides. Also dead left
field hitter, but seemed to be hit
ting more to right center nt close
ef aeason.
Has not taken advantage of his
speed by learning to bunt- Very
cocky and lots of sand Not hard to
handle if you understand him. To
date has not taken game a seriously
as he will.
Since Nets came up Uncle Wllbert
Robinson. Superba manager, has Lad
him turn round and bat left handed
and the youngster alread has, hit
ting from the other side of the plate,
smashed out a homer.doing so in the
the third inning of the conflict of
April 18, at Ebbets Field against the
delivery of Bald Dick Rudolph of the
I field wall into Bedford avenue.
AND SCHOOL
tft
raocKyRcxCH RND
HIS LtTTLE SlSTEP
ROSY END UNCLE
SCHJEAKV MOUSE.
HJWirtGr ESCAPED
from "tomtom"
the cannibal cat
soom arj51ved
kt the- d&or
old kitchen
vorrw REfiL
-n?RiNEb
fiMIMfiL
acroeS"
W.I.
7 - iSJi JL&Sk
WJ..
life Ml .y Ml -v Me..
RED SOX NOSE
Boston Cracks Take 13 In
ning Game; Yanks De
feat Walt Johnson.
St. Ixrata. Mo, Hay . Clneinjutl hit
Doak opportunely and defeated St. Louts
in the opening gasae ef the series Wednes
day. Heather forced In the locals only ran
by walking three men m sarmislnH la the
statu and forcing snotton home.
Cincinnati.
ABIHFOII
Rath, 2b.
Greh. 2b.
Roman, cf.
Dencan. If.
Kopf. as. . .
Neale. rf.
Brassier, lb .
Whurov c ...
Reather. p .
5 042
Totals
St- Louis.
Shotton. If. ..
Heathcoate. rf. ..
Smith, rf. ....
Stock, lb.
Homsby 2L. ......
Ptarrnler. lb . ...
HcHeanr. cf.
Jaavrln. sa. ..
AB R H PO A E
..2121
.. 2
.. 1
.. X 2 S 1
.. a i 2
.. 2 It
.. 4 2
.. I 2
..412
Dsak.
.. 2 S
..
Behaltz
.. 1
Totals 2 1 C 2J 1
-"Batted for Heathcoate la sixth.
Batted for Doak In ninth.
Soars by Innings
fnrimntl 1M M li
st. Loots . Ml 1
Two base hfta, wins, Grofe. densees.
stolen bases, steals, stock. Double plays.
Rsnther to Wlan to Br easier; Hornsby to
Jaavrln to Foamier Bases on bails, off
Heather ,. orr Doak. X strackoat. by
iteauier e, by uoss, l.
BRAVES BEAT QUAKERS.
Philadelphia. Pa May C Pinch roaner
Christenbary scored the ran that von far
Boston from Philadelphia, ta the 11th la
nter Wednesday Paalettars wild throw
to the plate after knoekias down Pick's
liner permitted the tally. Manacer Cra.
rath, pinch hlttine for Wheat in the
ninth, tied the seore with a stasia to cen
ter Boston. AB R H PO A E
Powell, cf. .. ..
Pick. 2b.
Mann. If.
SaBlTas. rf. .....
Hetke. lb.
Bosckel. 2b.
Varaarllle, SB. ...
Gowdy. c .. ..
Christenbary ...
O'Neill, c . ..
McQuillan, p. . .
. I
1
... t
... 3
... 4
...
... 2
... S
... t
... S
...
... t
1 2
2
1 2
2 12
1
: i
i
e l
l l
Totals
4 It 21 It 2
Baa for Gowdy in 11th.
PhUadelphls.
AB R H PO A B
Leusmneaa, If.
Bancroft, as. . ..
Wimmms. cf.
SteaseL rf. ....
J Miller. 2b
Paalette. lb. ....
R. Miller, to. . .
Mease!
Wiifhtstone, 2b.
Wheat, c.
CrnTath
Wlthrow. c ....
Loderos
Rlxey. p.
... i
... i
2
t 2
ft
e 2
l it
. 4
"T
4
t
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
0
1
.
1
. 2 1
4
Totals D I lllll
Batted for R. Miner Is ninth.
Batted tor Wheal In ninth.
Batted for Wltherow Is 11th.
Score by t lags
ostan 11 Ml M 1-
Phlladalnhla ... .Himw
Two base hits, McQsnian. Maranellle.
Stolen base. Boeckel. SacrMlee hits. Pack.
Mann, Boeckel. Doablo plays, Wltherow
to J Miller to Paalette: J. Miner to
Wltherow, Rtxey to J. Miller. Bases oa
balls, off MeQatnaa. (: oft RUer. 4.
Struckaat. by McQainaa. 7; by Rlxey. 7.
Passed balhv Wheat. Wltherow.
riRATES WIK ANOTHER.
At Chlcaso. R.H.B.
Chicago M M M 4
Pittsburg 1M 1ft M 2 4'
Batteries Chicago. Maras and Ofur-
rell I tisburg. Adams and Schmidt.
GIANTS DROP ONE.
At Brooklyn. R.H.E.
Brooklyn 21 M M 4 12 2
New York 1M Ml M 2 ( 2
Batteries Brooklyn, Mitchell. Grimes
and Knreger, Mew York. Baraea aad
Snyder
A. A. Umpires To
Have Hard Time
Kansas City. Mo Mar 6. Preiv
Rickey's umpires are golns to hav
a hard time enforctas the league
bxecauves new znang banianing pro
fanity from A. A. diamonds. Mild or
vigorous oatos seem to come to a
lot of athletes so naturally that one
would think something was wrens'
who mem u iney were not lortneorn
lnfr. Probably the nmnires will be
compelled to establish a standard as
to just what is and what Is hot cuss
ing on the field.
USED FIFTY YEARS
FOR CATARRH
AT ALL DRUGGISTS I
OUT ATHLETICS
(Copyrltrht. UH by George Hat-hew
Chacon Back From Memphis
-::- -:!!:- -::- -::- -::-
Wiil Play Sunday Afternoon
TTUSTLER CHACON', luckstop ex
fl traordlnsxy. of the 480S tesm of
the Army-City lessie last sessqn
and until recently with the Memphis
team of the Southern association, re
turned to El Paso Wednesdav after
noon and will be seen In the uniform
of the Internationals Sunday after
noon at Rio Grande park
Ma With Memphis.
Chacon was sent for by manager
John KcCloakey formerlr of El Paso
of the Memphis team during the
spring: training season and remained
seTeral weeks with the Southern
leaguers. He wanted to come back to
El Paso and play all the time, how
ever, and recently he turned in his
resignation and took the train home.
iUa -4 aVIss 4FI s4t .. d
el sec manager Cordero of the Inler
oj atlonal team and after draTiiBjr a
BASEBALL I
TEXAS LEAGUE.
At Mhrereoort- R. H. E.
Shrereport 2 2 t
Port Worth 22 :
Batteries Shrereport. Kroh and Vai
Fart Worth. Koht and sfoore.
At Dallas R.H.X.
Dallas or 11 1
Wichita Palls SO
Batteries Dallas. Dale and Parrel
Wichita Falls. Eberhardt and Kitchens.
At San Antonio. K. H. B.
San Antonio M IN 1 S 1
OalTeston 4( 11 1
Batteries San Antonio. Cernaglia assl
nanser, GalTestoa. K. Joanaon ana uia-
son.
At Beanmont 1L H. B.
Beanmont Ml M 2 2
Houston 12 1 ! 11
Batteries Beanmont. Freeman aad sssst.
erly. Houston, Kelly and Hanon"
CO 1ST LE.-.GUE.
At Saa Franclaeo. R. H. E.
Los Aateles .. 7 14
Sea Prandseo 14 1
Batteries Los Ance'es. Pertica and
Bassler, San Francisco, Seatoa, Jordaa and
Agaew
At Los Anaelea. R. H. E.
Oakland . . C 11 2
Vernon 2 T
Batteries Oakland. Kraase aad Mltae
Tsraoa. W Mitchell. Fromme and DTor-
mer
At Salt Lake City. R. H. E.
Sacramento It
Salt Lake City 11 1
Batteries Sacramento.. Prough. Deri
tales and Cady, Cook; Salt Lake City. Cml
lop. If attesen and Byler
At fiJatUe. R.K.X.
Portland ... 7 2 I
Seattle . 4 t 2
Batteries Portland, Poison aad Koehler,
Seattle. Breaton. Reinhart aad Roarer, To
ols. AMERICAN S60CIATHX.
St- Paul. . Milwaukee, (.
Minneapolis. 2, Kansas City, 2.
TTESTHRN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 4; Tulsa,
Des Moines. 3. Wichita, 3
St. Joseph. 7; Oklahoma City.
Sloul CHy. 7. Joplln. 12.
SOUTHERN AS-&OCIATIOW
Atlanta. . Memphla, 10
Chattaaeoca. 2. Blrmlncham. 4.
New OrUaaa, . UtUe Rock. 4.
MobUe-NaahrHle, wet snvaAt.
"Y" Tennis Court
Put Into Shape
The T. M. C A. tennis court Is
undergoing a complete overhauling
and will soon be In shape for the
many sharks who are lining up for
the opening. Fences and wire are
being repaired, storage box is being
rebuilt, the grounds cleared of weeds
and reznse and the court levelled ana
retsjped. There has been a delay
as the result of the roller having been
borrowed by some well-meaning but
f.sI-saT'lll Tstl-uU-a-l If ttsffl' TVariAn Br
persons will return the instrument no
questions will be asked and all will
be forgiven. In the meantime many
anxious members are unable to en
Joy a lot of r aod tennis.
WILL TL.VT OUTLAW BALL.
The Teteran Batch Kerns, catcher,
quit the Dallas club before the sea
son opened and will play with an
independent team in the oil belt.
Tabloid Sketches Of
New Major Leaguers
LLOVD IielD CimiSTCNBUIlT.
Shortstop and Outfielder.
BOSTON BRAIBS.
BORN Mecklenburg county. N C
October IS. 1894
Bats Left banded. Throws
Right handed.
Weight 15 pounds. Height i
feet, 7 inches.
Clnb in 1911 Memphis. Tenn.,
Southern association finishing
season with Boston Nationals.
First engagement Charlotte
N C, Carolina league, 1915
Clubs since then Annlston, Ala
191. Columbia, 8 C and Chatta
nooga, Tenn. 1917 Memphis, Tenn .
and Boston Natlona's 1919
College record Graduate of
Tavtdson college Davidson N C
-where he played football as well
as baseball
"War record Enlisted in navy
December 10, 191T. trained at Nor
folk, Va., two months at sea, and
then transferred back to Norfolk,
discharged December 20, 1918.
1919 record (with Memphis)
Games 137 at bat, 537 runs, 90
ase hits, 174 doubles. 22 triples.
" sacrifices 14 steali 25 passes.
63 strikeouts 1" average "324
1119 -cor(j ,ttit'i Bib or
Bat"-d . fin j-aTies
Adamsr-Trade Mark Reslstered U. S.
(CIOCKY AND ROSY BOTH
CLAPPED THEIR HANDS IN CrLEE
FOR THEy SAW THE. DOCft Tc
THE LOlffi.LV COOL FANTI2V
vuAS U)lDE OPEN "UJHEMDO
UK EAT?' TyciiED EXCITEDL.7.
T06T SWEET PEPLIED
UNCLE SQUEAKY MOUSE QvJiTE
AS IF HE UffiPE TALKIMG
To A COUPLE Or COOTIES
HocKy HEbrD UP some.
HANDS AMD SEUEGAL
LE&S Rosy EbEGAM
TO SAJiFFLE BUT
eEALlZWG- THAT HER.
WOSE HAD BECOME
QuiTE RED SHE STOPPED
AND PUT OH AFEU)
DABS OF ROACH PouiDER
MjiTM HER PUFF
suit auured him that he would
be on the job Sunday afternoon in
left field for the south side nine.
Chacon will play left field In place
of M. Gomez who will be in the pitch
ers box. Joe Calamia will catch
Gomex while Pete Leyva will remain
on the bench Sunday, manager Cor
dero said. Tuesday morning. In the
event the opposing team hammers
Gomez, however. leyva and Chacon
will be called into action and the fans
will have the opportunity of seeing
mis stt oenina ine pjaie agatn.
Chacon caught all last season
for the -iSOQ tesm, now the Inter
nationals, and was considered the
headiest and fastest backstop In
the circuit. His addition to the
Uncap of the Internationals will
add a tower of strength to the
team.
(STANDINGS!
TEXAS LEAGUE.
won.
Pet.
(47
.42
.41
a
M4
.171
Fort Worth .
Wichita Falls
Saa AstorJo
11
1
11
11
1
'.'.'.'.'.. t
AMERICAN' LEAGUE.
Won. Lest.
1 4
12 t
Pet
Chicago
.714
.7K
CI
M
Sew T OTaC
St. Louis T 7
Philadelphia (
Washington 1
Detroit 2 It
Where They Play Friday.
St. Louts at Detroit.
Clesela&d at Chicago.
Hew York at aslilai I mi
PhUaaecBhla at Beaten.
.271
12
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Was. L
11 .. ...... a. .21
Pet
til
.(M
.171
Jul
.M
.4M
.31
Brooklyn ..... ...
PtttstMix 3
P-amde-pena ... 9
BOtftOS -
t
t
St.
Chicago .
New York
.. T 11
..4 1
TThere They Play Friday.
Boston at PhthdstpWs.
Brooklyn at New Tack.
Chicago at Plttaaurr.
Oncinaatl at St. LobU.
COAST LEAGUE.
Won.
San Fraaesno ...... ......17
Oakland ....IT
Vernon ................ ...IS
Lost- PnL
3 .HI
11 .MI
II .(17
11 JO
13 .
14 .412
1 .47
It .24
Portland ..... ..11
Salt Lake City 12
Los Aageies . ...... ....... .12
Sacrameato .........11
SeatU
Where They Play Friday.
aacraaMOto at Salt Lake.
Los Angeles at San Frsnssseo.
Oakland at Veraon.
Portsaad at Sea'tle.
What Do You j
Know About Sport? l
err Questions.
1 From whom did the Reds ret
Hod EllerT
2 -With what team did Eddie Roosh
play before he went to the RodsT
I What was the biergest number
of rnns made In a world series game
last year?
4 What Is the waiver price In the
major leagues?
S How long Is It that six-day bike
races have been held in this country?
6 Was there a discus event in the
last Olympic games?
7 What is the beat A. A. TT record
for the discus?
8 When did Harvard first beat
Tale in a varsity eight-oar race?
Did Fred Pulton knock out Jim
Flynn"
19 When did Fred Fulton kayo Al
Reich?
Three questions trill be an.
swered tomorrow.
AnsTrers to Yesterday's Questions.
1 Cntshaw led the National league
second basemen In fielding with .989
and Gedeon led the American league
second basemen with .975 last year
j Oscar VItt went to the Red Sox
In January, 1919, for Shorten. Love
and Alnsmith.
3 Rommel, of Newark, on May 12.
19x9, let Toronto down with bo runs
and no hits.
4 The greatest nurater of chances
accepted by a player in a season is
988. accepted by Larry Lajole in 190S.
6 R. Norria Williams took part
in Davis cup matches in 1915 and
1914.
When the balls are in play in
golf, the one farther from tbe hole
is played first.
7 To represent a country in the
Davis cun matches a nlaver must have
lived in that country at least two
years preceding the matches.
8 If two men signal for a fair
catch and both touch It. the bail Is
dead and no run Is allowed.
9 After Jeffries beat Fltxsimmons
for the chamninnghlD be met htm in
San Francisco and knocked htm out
in the eighth round.
10 Wlllard had but one bout in
1915. that with Jack Johnson
Coovrleht 1920. Thompson Feature
Service.
KROH MAKES COME BACK.
Floyd Kroh established his reoufa-
I tion as a come hack oa April 17
when pichfng for Hocston he won
a 1 to 0 jran e frum OaJeston and al-
j lowed tbe Pirates but three hits.
Patent Office.)
'Hold STiLL.My DEAes,"
SAID UNCLE S-QUEAly-
MOtfSE BCOKEWLV
"VUE SEEM TO BE THE.
UWHAPPy mcTlMS
OF A DECJDEDLV
MALEFICENT AMD
MFELlCTOUS CHAIN .
OF CIRCUMSTANCES.'
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II
HNRRST
Take Opening Game From
St. Louis Team; Giants
Lose Again.
Boston. Mssa. May g. Foster's saorrflce
fly with the bases fall tr the last of the
13th enabled McNatly to seore. Dssten de
feating Philadelphia Wednesday la the
last of the ninth with Bootee, trailing 1
to 7, Foster singled, with two oat. want
unopposed to third aad scored when
Wsiker muffed Scotra fly. the latter
reaching eeeead. Jones ran for Scott aad
Wallle Schaac: makJnc his tint snoear-
ance ef the season for Boston, batted tor
waJtara rus double to neat scored Joaes
wtth the tying run, Schmagr caught the
net of the gaase.
Pmlaaelania, AS R H l-o A E
Dykes, lb.
.. 4
.. 4
.. 4
.. I
.. t
..
..
.. 3
.. e
Struak. ef. ..
Walker. If. ..
Burns, rf. ...
Dugan. 2b. ..
Orlfrln. lb. ..
Perkins, c . .
Ganoway. as.
1
1 3
11
t t
I 1
p. ..
Totals . ... 42 2 V33 14 2
Two out when winning ran scored.
AB R H FO A E
rf
3
MeNaHy. 2b.
Meassky. It
Hendryx. cf. ....
Helnnts. lb.
17 7
sat
11
2 1
1 1 11
113
32
13 2
1
2
0
Foster. 3b.
Scott, ss.
HlUer. ss.
Waiters, c
Schang. e.
Peaaock.
Devtne
Totals
47 4 11 39 27
Ran for Soou In ninth.
Batted tor Bush la ninth.
Seore by matugs
Philadelphia 3 1 3
Boston 1H wt H! HI 14
Two base hits. Galloway. Walters.
Sehaac. Sacrifice hits. Dykes. Walker. :.
Struak. Hesstryx. Poster. Psuhls plays.
Fester to McNaily to Mclaaio, 2. Bases
on sails. Kinney. 2- Bush. 2: Peaaock, 1.
Innings pttehed. Bush, 9; Psaaoek, 4.
StroeksM. by Kinney, t; by Bush. X.
COVELESKIE WINS SIXTH.
Chteagnv May g. Ceveleskte won his
sixth straight victory whea CSevataad de
feated Chicago la the first gasae of the
series, sithough he was ouxnrtehed br
Faber Wedflesdey Faker's error was re
specsfWe fer the second ran the ssritms
made while Frtsch's error in the mhta
paved the way for the third run.
ribJeas.
AB R H PO A E
Ltseold. rf ...
Wearer. 3b.
B. Collins. 2a.
lf-
ef. ..
In. .
Rssberg. ss. ...
Sehalk, c
Faker, p.
Murphy
Totals
Cleveland.
Oraney. It
34 2 It 11 1
AB R H PO A E
4 1 1 1
.. 4
1 I
1 1
1 1
1
1
11
1 4
Speaker, cf.
Smith, rf.
Gardner. 3o.
Wamaegsnss. sK
Johnston, lb. .. .
.. 3
..3 1
..2 0
.. 3
.. 4
2 1
0Ketn, c
p. ...
Totals 3 3 37 11 1
Batted for Faber In ninth.
Sears ay taalnruJ
faveteud . . .. i 1 "
Chicago ,
Two base hits, fefcn. -raree ssow am
Jeurdan. Stolen Bases. Chapman aad Oard
ner. Sacrifice hlta. Chapmen. Smith. Jour
dsn. 3. Wambnraaes. Oraney Double
iuv nbfk tA Sehalk. Bases on bans.
oft Faber. 4. Ceveleskle. 2. Struckout, by
jraoer. s; or uiiiiiiih;
TAVKS 1TK EAS11.T.
At New Tors. B.73LE.
Vew York . . . 11 Ml T 11
Washington .. 1 1
Batteries Xew Tort Mays and Hoel.
Washington, Johnson aad FlelBleh.
BKOTTN3 BEAT TIGEKS.
At St. Lewis. R.K.S-.
M. Louis M 333 11 1
Detroit . . .. 1 3 4 1
Batteries SC. Louis. Saunders. Harwell.
and Serereta Detroit. Shmke. Al
ton, Glasler. and Amsmlth. Mattton.
Red Sox Boss
May Enjoin Wally
Boston. Mass, May 6. President
Fraiee of tbe Red Sox makes the
statement that if catcher Vvlter
SehaaeT attempts to plav with a steel
leasne team in Bethlehem. Pa an
Injunction will be asked in the courts
to stop him. Fraiee says Schani, is
under a contract to play with Boston
that still has two years to ran.
Schang; was recently quoted in Phila
delphia as saying no contract was
offered him this, year by the Boston
clnb. A suit, if filed as Fraiee indi
cates, may giro a test of the legality
of sach contracts as the dab holds
with the player.
H. Roper Barrett
Will Enter Lists
London. Eng., May 6. H. Roper
Barrett, the areatest of Brttlsh lawn
tennis doubles players, will once again
enter the tournament Hats this sum
mer Barrett is -IT years old. He is re
garded as one of the greatest tac
ticians of the game, and the only
trouble seems to be in finding a sur
able partnf-r His partners in ps-3t
matches usually hap plaved a s-c
nnrl think ig r 1 doing mainly what
J Barrett tells them.
By WHEELAN
creator of Ttutrl Morles
To BE
CoiHiwD
WEXT
WEEK
jflRonri n iy
TO EL PASO 10
FINISHWQRK
Grecian Champ Thinks He
Can Best Eentrop in
Fourth Meeting.
CHAELTE TOAERIVE
IN CITY SUNDAY
MTUST tell my friends that mountain
I dlmblngr 1 Colorado is fine
J training axd I will be in the
best of shape when I meet Charlie
RentroD In EH Paeo next Tnesdar.
and moreorer I intend to win.
Chris Is Confident
Joel Friedkin. bnsineas manajrer of
the Chris Jordan interests in Bl Paso,
received the foresoina- word from
Jordan Thursday nkormns; relative to
ue urecian star s coming meeuae
with Charlie Rentron before the El
trmao wrestling aaaoctauer.
Joel, who radiates eec tldence
wl.pi.tTCT the snbjret of vhe re-
inrn Doot oetweea tae two men
U brought np for disensaloB. lost
no time In commnnlc-atlns with
itutrhntalkcr J ohm Melatoah of
the association, and assurlns him
that Chris will be la top notch
condition fer the matcfu He wilt
tcp Into the Ttng weighing
about 13-S ponnds. an adTaatae
of a boot four ponnds la favor of
Rcntrop, bnt he does not care
about this sUcht penndace he
sajs.
Wednesday afternoon the match
maker also received word from Ren
trop that he had settled down to
training and was rapidly taking; off
extra poundage in order to scale in
at the middleweight limit for Jordon.
Rentrop is billed to meet Pet Brown
at Hottsto.r three daysVfter his Jor
dan ametnace, and as ho to to clash
with the husky Texan at catchwelghts
he feels sure that be will be at his
best ta both boats. Charlie vlll ar
rive in El Paso Son day moraine
from Houston and will finish his
training here, so that the fans may
see him In action.
Soaae More Fast Ones.
Some snappy preliminaries are be
ing arranged for the contest by
matchmaker Ifclntoeh.
"PewMw uqnei, the scrappy
bantam, -wil clash with some
crack little man of his weight,
while his brother MILe is to meet
Sailor Greet, in tbe scmi-flnal.
beat two oat of three falls, and
a 39-mlnnte limit. asincx fa the
boy wbo flrat loat to MBnekyw
Benekaoat and thca won otct the
faat Btlfrtan making an even
break between them. The two
will be rematrhed at a later date,
as Bourkhont Is training hard
and i confident that he can j-ria
the third and decisive battle.
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HOST IB TE
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Arizonans Will Play Santa
Eita Saturday Before
Return Home.
DOYLE TOPITCH
T&E FINAL GAME
REPAYING the visit of the Texas
XineVs to Tucson during the early
part of the season, the Arizona
university baseball team this after
noon clashed with the Texans at Ri4
Grande park and tomorrow afternoon
will play the final game of the local
series.
Santa Rita Is Next.
Santa Rita will be the next city to
entertain the Artsona stars, one game
being played there on Saturday after
noon. Santa Rita Is the old stamping
ground -of Asa Porter, coach of the
Artsona team, and the team Is look
ing for quite an enthusiastic welcome
when it steps off tbe train to meet
the Copper city champs.
Following the Santa Rita game,
the university team will return to
Tucson and will wind up Its sea
son there. It has loat bnt owe
nimr so far this aeason aad the
students are confident. In spite of
the battles with the Texas Mis
ers and Santa Rita
The trip of the Arizonans to HI Paso
has bo-en a success in every way and
athletic coach Tommy Dwyer la mak
ing arrangements to schedule a series
of contests with the westerners next
see -on. The Artsona players are a
sportsmanlike, dean-cut afrgregat.on
and the setea at Rio Grande park Is
considered in the light of a big boost
to Intercollegiate athletics In the
southwest.
Asa Mir Pitch Game.
Porter himself may pitch the same
against Santa Rita, although It is
probable that Doyle will be saved for
this pastime. Stewart, the other big
right bander of the Arizona team, s
also in condition to work on the
mound. -
FALK GBTS TRYOCT.
The Dallas club has taken on
another tnfielder Is the person of
Ray Falk, last year with Oklahoma
Citr in the Western. In 1917 be
had a tryout with Galveston, but wts
green tnen.
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