EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
m Enters A.-C League
By "Bad" Eutherford
m H B TO&. tie 13 M k a H 9n mJe7 w "4&&
Moron's Team Unable to
Cope With Pitching of
Neff ; Dodgers Lose.
New Tork. Ant -)tew Terk again de
feated aacmaatl. raaktac the itrki tiro
cum to dm tor the aiasts. Nefcf pushed
a Xtae same. holdlBr; tl chssssaons t0 tree
hits. Tha Gtaats bit Ruetber freely. Barm
laadtac with three Steele.
Cincinnati. AB R H PO A E
won. its. s o o z J
Ratb. 3b , 4
Daubert. lb. X
Resah. ef. 4
rumnn, If. 4
Kopf. as. 4
Neale. rf. 4
-alien, c. X
BneOtir, p. s
Flatter, p. .-.
0 0 0
Totals XI 1 I II 11
Batted far Buether In erhn.
New Tort AB R H PO A E
Bursa It ( 1 1 e
Bancroft, aa. 4 0 0 J z 0
Tonne rt. z 0 1 0 0 0
JTtoeb, SK 4 0 10 4 0
Kelly, lb. 4 0 0 1 0 0
Kini, ec 4 i : 4 o
Doyle, lb. 4 Z Z 1 4 0
Border, c Z 1 1 Z 1 0
Nehf. p 4 0 Z 1 0 0
Total IS 1117 13 0
Ssors by tntttnsa.
Cincinnati M ZOO Me 1
New Tork Ml Z01 00 S
Tw4 base bits. Roetber. Dayfe. Three
base h't, Ronah. Stolen base. Doyle. Sac
rifice bit. Snyder. Double plays. Alien to
Orob to Daebert; Doyle to Bancroft to
Kelly. Bases on balls, Roetber. 1; Nehf. 2.
limine pitched. Raetber. 7; Fisher. 1.
strnckovt, Raetber. 4; Nehf. Z. Wild Bttcfi,
DODGERS DROP ONE.
Brooklyn. N. T. Aug. X. SL Leeds beat
Brooklyn Monday, sieves hits and three
earned rone were made off Maronard ia
the tint seven famines. Heraefey drove Is
mr.. runs ojx asanroara wixsi a triple and
doable, and the one off Sntttb with a aba
fie. Brooklyn scored on Johnston's pass
and Griffith's triple.
St Loaf. AB R H PO A K
isnTtui. m u.. ........ 4 Z z la 0
xie-an. as. a
Stack, lb. , s
Hornsby. 2b. ............ a
afeHeary, If. s
Sesattz. rt 4
demons, c 4
Heethcote, e 4
Desk, p. 4
Olson, es. ......
Johaston, Zb ...
Myers, ef. ,
Xsseteny, lb. ..
Scbmaadt lb. ...
EBecK. Th, d...
3HTIer. c. ,
Marqaard, p. ....
,.M 4 14 ZT II Z
AB R H PO A E
.. 4 0 1 0 Z 0
.. Z 1 0 0
.. 2 0 0 Z
.. 4 0 0 S
.10 0 0
.10 0 0
Totals 21 1 4 27 II 0
tBatted for Herottard in sewnth.
Ran for Keaetchyiln eta-nth.
SBstted for Smith in ninth.
Score by Inalnss-
St Loots 0M 0M 301 I
Brooklyn MI M0 0M 1
Two base bits. Heatbeeta, Janvrm,
etoeea bases took!l?o?SicrtfS
hit Xrers, Doable slay. Hornsby to Jan
vrtn. Bases m balls. Marqaard, 1; Doak.
4. lantnss Ditched. Manrurd. T: SJth. 2.
Strnekaat. Marauard. Z: Doak. 1: Siatjh. i.
PIRATES DEFEAT BRAVES.
Boston. XUss. Aac. X. Srrers by Oeseh
rar and Haraartlle In the seventh helped
Plttsbors; ecore two rnns and oaabled the
Ttsrton to dafeat Boston Monday. A rally
is. the ninth by Boston was est short when
Marairfino hit into a donblt ptay.
Pitubnrr M 1M 200 Z s I
Boston -M0 at Ml. 2 T Z
Batteries.- PTttabaia-. -Adams. Carlseaaad
Baaffmr; Bo-ton, Oesebgor. Scott aad
CTBS WIN TWO STRAIGHT.
Phfladelphia. Pa, Ang. t Crtntfi two
barter was the feature of Monday's ninth
teniae; Philadelphia rally, which, howerer.
ten abort Cbleaeo maktar It two straight
The locals bonened four bits la the final
inning, bat Rlxay popped to Terry for the
tbtrd out with two raaners en bases.
Chicago 1M 101 010 I 10 Z
Philadelphia 1M M0 Ml 1 1
Batteries- Chicago. Tyler and Knlefer:
Philadelphia, Smith. Caasey aad Wheat
Dayton. Ohio, Aug. i. Dr. R. "W.
Schroeder, holder of tea world's
altitude record, -was injured about
the bead Monday nlg-ht when the rac
ing plane be was. testing crashed into
an automobile at Wilbur Wright field
Be had landed and was running up
to the hangar. His worst injury Is a
cut over the left eye.
The plane, especially designed by
Alfred Verflle to participate In the
Gordon Bennett cup races In France
daring the last weak In September,
was on its last test Oight before
shipment. The landing gear and left
wing were wrecked.
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At Houston. R. E. E.
Houston 100 001 100 I 1
Wichita Falls JU 000 00 I 12 1
Batteries: Houston, Matteaon and Neyes;
Wichita Falls, Zlnn and White.
At Beaumont. E.H.E.
Beamaaai 04 000 M0 0 0
Fort Wort MO 1M 0944 11 1
Batteries: Beaumont. Martin e and Alex
ander; Fort Worth. Pate and aXoore.
At San Astasia. K-S-1
San Antonio OM IK It II 0
Dallas 001 M0 MO 1 5 Z
Batteries: San Astasia. Perrttt and Gib
son; Danes, Laadrey. filston. Wright and
At Qalveston. B. Hi
Galveston MO MO 010 I Z Z
Shrereport 301 0M 010 7 12 2
Batteries: Galveston. Garton and Gnd
rer: Shrereport, Venn and O'Brien.
At Seattle. ,, J-1!
Is Anxeie ISO
Batteries: Los An-eies, Keatlnc and
Bassler: Seattle, Breaton and Adams.
Joplla. 0; Ofctasema CKT. 1.
Wichita, i; Tulsa, 4.
Omaha, S; St. Joseph, 0.
afemphls, 1-10; Atlaata, 4-10. Second
came called In fifth, darkness.
Mobile. 1; little Rock. 1.
Hisirme, 4; Btrmtagluus. 2.
Ceiambas, 7; Kansas city. It.
LOTtsvale. 1: Milwaukee. 2.
Indianapolis, : St- Pan!. 0.
Minneapolis at Toledo, cams played Sun
CXSOX BALL" STILL GOING.
Flagstaff. Ariz, Aug. 3. Erwtn G.
Baker, endeavoring to brealc the
aatomobSe time record between New
Tork and Los Angeles, arrived here
at 9:10 oclock Monday night, four
days, 22 hoars and five minutes, from
New Tork. He said he was delayed
between Wlnslow and Flagstaff by a
cloudburst and caanged tires 16 times
between these points, lie said he
would leave for Los Angeles as soon
as his car was made ready.
Welter Mat Title At Stake
Flodin And Matsuda Tangle
MATTY MATSUDA, claimant of th
world's welterweight wrestling
title, will climb thronch the rones
tonight In- defence of his cIkIttih and
meet Cyclone Bflr Flodin. Swedish
champion and con&ldered ons of the
fastest men of his weight In the
Matsuda and Flodin finished train
ing Monday afternoon.
Both In Good Trim.
Flodin -worked for more than an
hoqr "Wtth to rugged sparring part
ners and only ended when he fonnd
it Impossible to obtain more wrigglers
upon 'which to practice his holds.
Be did not how several of hi
favorite trlclts reserrlne them
for use tonlcht when he faces the
Japanese star, be wishes to
muring somethlnc entirely new.
Hatty had quite a number of
friends In the crowd that watched
Flodin 'work oat Snnday and
Monday and consequently e
slowed up considerably and did
not work as fast as he Is able.
ALL details for a renewal of the bat
tle for the lightweight champion-
obip oi me kuuiwui to isjce
place Friday night were comnleted
Tuesday morning, when Tommy Car
xet. southwestern champ, and "Dutch"
Crozier affixed their signatures to a
set or articles lor the contest
Carter arrtred in the city Monday
night and did his first nrelimlnarr
training Monday afternoon. He ap
pears in excellent trim and is confi
dent of victory, in spite of the speed
oi uis opponent lie Doxed several
fast rounds Tuesday afternoon with
the Payo boys and did considerable
light work. He plans to go on the
road dally and do less boxing, as he
will have no difficulty in making-the
stipulated poundage, 13& pounds, at
oclocfc for a night battle.
Signs For Miske
Benton Harbor. Mich, Aoe. 2. The
fight between champion Jack Demp
sey and Billy Miske of St Paul on
Labor day here. Is assured by the af
fixing of the champion's signature to
the articles of agreement Phn
Campbell, business manager of the
Benton Harbor boxing club announced
Campbell said promoter Pltsslm
mons in New York had infnrmMi im
of the signing wbleh followed a con-
icreuce wnn jack Kearns, Dempseya
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Matsada's record Is well known to
local wrestling fans. His sensational
victories over Jack Reynolds, the
"Masked Marvel." and others here
have placed the little fellow in the
front rank of esteem with the fans.
Flodln's record Is scarcely less Im
posing than that of Matsuda, in view
of the fact that he has met virtually
thfl same men and has won victories
'Won Swedish Title.
Flodin won the Swedish and Scan
dinavian titles In 196S at an interna
tional tourney In Stockholm when
but a youngster. In 1911 he won the
Greco-Roman title in London and
later came to the United States. In
1914 he participated In an interna
tional tournament held in Boston and
defeated 21 entrants for the welter
title entered from all over the United
The match between Matsuda and
Flodin Is the culmination of many
challenges hurled by both men aad
the Question of Ennrexnacv Is mtmosI.
ed to he definitely settled.
Dick Griffin, the fast little southern
bantam and feather champ, appeared
at Crozlers quarters Monday after
noon. He boxed several fast rounds
with the Pacific fleet champ and
showed all of the cleverness aad
speed which featured bis meeting;
with Payo. Battling; Shapiro, the
husky welterweight, laid off work;
Monday, but was back: in harness
Tuesday. He is In dandy condi
tion and will need but little ton
ing; down for the engagement.
Kid RedfelA who meets Battling
Twyman. southern department fly
weight champion, in the special event,
also started working Monday. He
seems a rugged, scrappy little mixer
and has lots of speed.
Toledo, Ohio. Aug. 3. Peter June.
driven by the veteran Edward Geers,
won the Elks Club 2:03 trot for a
purse of SMet, feature race of the
opening day of the grand circuit
meeting Monday. Brusiloff was
driven to the front In the opening
heat by Tommy Murphy, but Feter
June, the favorite won the next two
Dottle Day. winner at Columbus
last week, captured the 2:18 trot
Tom MeMahon. with Drift Patch,
captured the 2HrS pace in straight
Symbol S. Forest had easy sailing in
the 2:12 ?aee and won In straight
heats. In the second heat Frank
Whitehead was cut about the face
when Baron Hussell tripped and went
Following Geers- victory in the
Elks Club stake, the local lodge of
Elks presented him with a blanket
LYNCH WEW EASILY.
Jersey City, N. J, Aug. 2. Joe
Lynch, of Kew Tork, outpointed
Charlie Ledoux, French bantamweight
champion, in virtually every round of
their 12 round bout Monday night.
In the final round Lynch caught Le
doux off balance and scored a knock
down, but the Frenchman was on his
feet In & second.
O FILIFIXO BOXERS HERE. -e
The first of the Filipino
e boxers have made their ap-
pearance In the states.
Francisco (Cowboy) Reyes
champion bantamweight of
of the PhWiplnes. accompa-
nled by a sparring partner
O and his manager. Joe Water-
man, have landed in San
Franoisco. Mr. Waterman
was with the United States
navy and for a time was sta-
e tloned at Manila. While
& there he assisted in premot-
ing boxing shows and as a
result got hold of Reyes, e
Waterman thinks his boy 4
can heat many of the Ameri-
can bantams and also hold bis
own with Pete Herman. He
Intends making a trip east
& with his bantam the coming
fall and will send him -o
'O against the best of the US
pounders. George Balllieu,
manager of Llew Edwards.
also speaks highly of Reyes, O
having seen him in action
there ana also In Australia.
SOI IN SEGOND
Outhit Chicagoaus and Win
Hands Down; Cleveland
Chicago, m, Aug. S. "Babe' Roth
cracked out bis SSth home run before a
crowd offtdalty estimated at over Sv.eOe,
and New Tork shot oat Chtease Monday
It was ths third homer Ruth had bit off
Williams this season. The vlslebrs were Is
a batttss mood and Wlinams's wudness
helped the Taakees. Fear of their scores
came by home runs, as the two circuit
drlres were made with a saaa an base.
Ruth, in addUSea to his home ran, walked
twice asd hit an Infield fly so hlch he
reached second base before the bad was
eaocht by Rlsberg. On his other ttzae up
he knocked a doable.
Mew Tors. AB R H PO A E
Perktapaos-s, as. 1 3 1 S
Pepp. lb. 4 1 11 S 0
Pratt, lb. t 1 1 X S e
Bath. rf. . s s i i e o
atssost. If. S 1 1 e
Bodle, cf. S 1 1
Ward, 3s. S 1 1 I 1 0
Roel. c. S X 0
Qulnn. p. 4 0 10 10
Totals II T 11 2T 11
Chlearo. AB R H PO A E
Lelbeld. rt S 1 0
EL Catuna. lb. 41110
Weaver, lb. . 4 0 1 Z
Jackson. If. 4 0 110 0
Fetseb. cf. . .- S 0 1 I 0 0
J. Ceiuna. lb. 4 0 1 s 0 0
HUbert sa 4 0 X 4 S 0
SehaJk. c X 0 4 0
Lynn, c s 0 1 -a o o
Wmuras. p. 10 10 10
Msrphy l a s o o
WHkhuen. p. 1 0 0 0
. o t :; o
Batted for Williams in fifth.
tBatted for Wirkhuon in ninth.
Score br Inntasa
Now Tork JOS Ml 7
Cmeago 0 0
two base nns. Bath. Pratt. Three base
bit. Jaeksoa. Home run. Rata, Ward. Se
rines bit. Prop. Doable play. K. Collins
to Blsberg to J. Collins. Bases on balls.
Wunanas. S: WBklnson. 1: (Man. L In
aiacs netebed. Wnllams. S; WtDdassn, 4.
Straeksed. wmiema. 4; Qnmn. t: WITkin
Binafs scobbs wrxxER.
devseaBd. O- Atr X Items, vdnefi lilt.
tlnr for rbrbt OsMer Smith In the eighth,
doubled to left Monday and scored Chap
man and Speaker with the only runs of' the
ssme, vieTotaca Deaung waaaiftgton. co
veleekle pitched effectively, while Coort
nera only lapse was In the eighth.
Wsshtnctan. AB R w po A v.
Shanks, lb. 4 0100
Jinan, it i a
Rlesi tf. 4
Roth, rf. 4 0
Harris, lb. 4
BSlerbe. ss. ............. 2 0
Tbexaas. Sb. - 2 0
Okarrlty, e. s 0
Courtney, p. s 0
Totals SO 0 S 24 T 0
Cleveland- AB R H PO A n
Jamlesen. lf-rf. s 0 0 1 0 0
Chapman, ss. 4 114 3 0
Speaker, et 2 11110
Smith, rf. s o o s o 0
Graney. tf. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oardner. 3k 4 0 10 2 0
Warabsganss. 3b. ....... 3 0 113 0
Johnstoe, lb, 3 0 o 19 o 0
CNem. c 3 0 0 0 3 0
coveieeKte, p. ........... 3 0 0 0 0 0
Burns 10 10 0 0
Totals 33 3 S 2T 11 0
Batted for Smith In eighth,
score br nminra.
Washlngtas 00 00 000
Cleveland see 0e ! 3
Two base bits. Oharrlty and Bonn
Stolen base. Chapman. Base en bans,
Courtney 4: CovHeokle, 2. Stroekout.
4; Coveleskle. 6.
BROWNS NOSE OUT ATaTLymCS.
St. Louis. Ha, Aug. X. St, Louis rallied
In the eighth, scored six rusa after two
men were out and defeated Philadelphia
Monday. The visitors batted Setberon from
the box tn the seventh and the local
knocked Perry off the mound in the eighth.
ECOre. RTT P!
Philadelphia 10 11 110 s 17 3
St. Lents 01 J Ml 1 is 0
Bsrterles: Philadelphia, Perry. N trior
and Perkins: St, Loals, Setherea, Bsrwell.
Shocker and Sererefd.
TIOHRS TON TWO.
Detroit. Mich,. Aug. 2 Detroit won s
double header from Boston Monday. In the
first contest J. Bosb was bit hsrd and the
Tigers piled up an early lead. The second
was a pitchers contest. Flagstead's dou
ble tn the ninth brought In the winning
First game. , R. H. E.
Boston 640 11 OM 3 7 1
Detroit 11 00 0 S 11 0
Batteries- Boston. J. Bush. Karr. For
tune and Walters; Detroit. Olafaam and
Second game. R.H.7C
Benton 00 00 1 1 T 0
Detroit 000 00013 T 1
Batteries' Boston. Hsrper and Sehsng
Detroit. Danss and Stacaga.
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Mills Bids:. Adv.
a Wife's Bight,
Grooms Lightweight for
Battles in the Southwest;
May Box Connolly.
There Is a new ligrht weight boxer
In the Freudessteln etabte which th
astute man re r of the Payo boys la
tjroomlnE" for a crack at Johnny Con
nolly, and other snappy lightweights
of the southwest.
It became Known Monday that man
ager Ben has been working on the
Idea of bringing ont a new light
weight for some time. He Is not In
El Paso at the present time, but is
expected within the next week or two.
Ben has been promised a bout at Kos
well with Connolly for his nrotexe
and he Is going to lose no time in
putting him to the iront.
Trl lls-hfws"sfav sVMTin"1 1alt1 T4"IT
with the two Payo boys. He is not!
Tommy Nelson, but has a corking
rood record, is a hard hitter. Is fast
and extremely clercr.
It is probable that his bout with
Connolly will mark bis first appear
ance In a southwestern ring;
iWfaiDo You I
Know About Sport? I
t TTcrr Queatlona.
1. Did Eddie Cfcotte ever pitch a
2. When did Georcre Gibson loin
the Pirates? '
3. How many times has Walter J.
Travis won the national amateur golf
4- Where was John L. Sullivan's
famous fight with Charier Mitchell
5. Has Bill Brennan ever boxed
6. Who won the national c ay court
tennis chamnionshlp !i 1913?
7. it as t;naries 2. liariana ever
intercollegiate tennis champion?
8. When did Geonre Stalungs man
age the Yankees.
9. How many times has Walter
Jobnson pitched a no-hlt game?
10. When cutting In whist, how
does the ace rank? Copyright, 19J0
Thompson Feature Service.
Answers tn yesterday's Questions.
I. Carl Morris knocked out Pel-
key tn the fifth round at Tulsa, Curta
in February I91S.
2. Leach Cross lost to Welsh In a
24 round bout at Vernon in April,
3. Gerald Patterson and Norma
Brookes of Australia, won the United
States doubles, title In tennis last
4. Mile. Snianne Lengien won the
English women's tennis title last
o. in 15.5 Boston won every game
on the home grounds.
6. Granevs highest average In the
majors was .2(9 made In 1911.
7. John Meuraw is 47 years ou.
s MeGrawa only world's series
winner was in 1905, when the Giants
beat the Athletics.
9. John Hutchinson was tied with
Tom MeXamara for third in the 191S
national open golf tournament.
10. Pat Ryan did pot win In the
Victor In Bout
Beverloo. Belgium. Aug. 1 (By the
Associated Press)Incomplete re
turns of Monday's pistol and small
hore rule events oi me uiympic
shootlns: contests Indicate another
triumph for the United States, which
is believed to nave gainea ursi places
for individual and teams, in both
In the Pistol match, the Brazilians
apparently gained second for the team
shoot, and Atranlo Costa's Individual
score of 489 Js second only to that of
K. T. Frederick, an American civilian
whose 436 gave him first. Costa bor
rowed an American pistol and with
It beat A. T. Lane, former Olympic
champion, who scored 42L
In the small bore rixie maicn. n. a.
Kuessleln. an American civilian won
Paul Van Asbroeck. Belgian world's
pistol champion shot badly.
Official results will not be known
until the meet closes with the army
XEW RACE PLANNED.
New Tork, Aug. 2. A second trans
continental airplane race over A
southern route Is planned for the
winter bv the Aero Club of America-
pending sanction of the board of gov
ernors, it was announced Monday.
The proposed course Is from New
Tork to Los Angeles via the gulf
states and the southwest. The first
- By Tad
Jack Johnson's Wife 'Tired"
Says "May As Well Be Dead"
BY W. BOY13
TIA JUAXA. Mexf Aug. 3 "My God,
I might just as well be dead!"
That Is the despairing moan of
the woman who Is the white wife of
Jack Johnson, the negro outcast.
Reports of a rift in the domestic
mesalliance of Johnson, the modern
"man without a country, are on
Mrs. Jackson, whose life, psycholo
gists say, must be In fact what Xes
Mlserables was In fiction, gave voice
to the expression, "I might lust as
well be dead," while discussing her
situation and position of ostracism.
She accepts his surrender with re
lief, seeing in it the safest- way for
her to bring about a parting of the
Ask her direct, however, and she
will tell you It Is cot so. Bat In the
same breath she will Imply that she
wants to "get away,' that she wants
to go tome place where she lent
Around Ja-k she acted con
tented and when riietIoned cen
cernlAC' her mania ce to him. and
kU position Just now, ahe iararf
I would not trade Jack for any
nun right now. X include white
men In that statement, loo
-What will I do. Oh. I can
hardly may now. 111 go some
place where I am sot known and
She looks as If she needed it 'n the
worst way. She looks ns-earr wearr
of being a wanderer with her "black
man" on the face of a scornful earth.
xias iosx -ueantr-If
she ever possessed any beauty jr
charm she has lost tt now. She -s
of the blonde type and they breC
fast, scientists say. Sh. has paid toll
to the deadly ostracism and the
weary shadow under which she has
lived Inee her marriage" to Jack
Johnson In Chicago eight years ago.
She is a small woman, thin and
pale hashed out.
She is in her middle thirties. I
should say. And though compara
tively young yet. something deep,
something stifling, has smothered out
the soul In her eyes. They are empty.
almost aeaa. They struce you at once
as an index to every remorse she
muit have known.
Her Intimates say she holds up
remarkably well. They find she
has schooled herself to trr to ar
eept unflinchingly her status In
life, to try to make the best of
It feigning? contentment Bnt
on occasions her pose breaks as
for example when she was
"Of course I am not contented
here. How on earth could I be? It
Is sordid and horrible It is tot like
Paris, it Is not like Vienna, London
or Madrid. I have beea nearly every
where. Even Havana aad Mexico
City were a thousand times better
But Johnson was driven out of
those great capitals, and she with
him, always running before public
scorn. The records show that, and it
la not hard to know bow she was
treated wherever she went with her
black master, when it is so plainly
seen how she is treated Here.
She lias Ao Friends.
"Nobodv associates with her." a
gambler stated, and a bartender and
a business manager confirmed his
words. "She sometimes has to sit at
the cash register in the negro cabaret
in order to get to talk to anyone at
wont talk about herself to
strangers, but she Is said to be quick
to oonflde In women who will asso
ciate with her at all and It Is from
such ftourees that her story has been
-I don't let mysell tainic about
a lot of things," she told a certain
American woman who aat with
her In the cafe one afternoon.
. discuss prrcmxG hules .
St. Louis, Mo. Aug. J- -
After a two-day visit here
tn which he personally In-
vestigated a series of player
rows on the local field, with
O the result that shortstop Art
Fletcher, of the Phillies, got
an Indefinite suspension.
president John Heydler, of
a the National league, left for
Chicago for a conference
with president Ban Johnson,
ot the American. Be gave
4 the impression that the two
e league heads might discuss
several modifications of tho
pitching rules. Mr. Heydler -
Indicated he would not op-
pose a suggestion for the -
umpires to carry a bag of
O rosin, which pitchers might
use to dry their bands. He
also admitted considerable
sentiment for permitting 4
veteran spitball pitchers to 4
continue that delivery as 1
a long as they remain In the
Fort Worth 21
Saa Aatoalo 2S 12
Sbrereport I II
Wtehtta ran 21 20
Dallas It 21
Beavmaat ..,......... 10 20
Sareestoa 1Z ZC
Heaatoo 12 ZT
Near Tork .
St Losis .
inters They Kay Wednesday.
Waialutaa at derelaad.
Philadelphia at St Loala,
New Terk at Chtosso.
Boston at OetrsK.
BreeWya 7 41
Cteotnaaci SZ 41
New Tork 4 41-
ptttsbars : 41 4
Cbleaeo M M
St Loots ... 44 U
Bosun, M 41
Where They Flay Wednesday.
Plttaborr at Boston,
Chlearo at Phfladelpbia.
Salt Lake City ec
Los Aaceles (!
San Fraactsco M
. OS .414
Where They Play Wednesday.
San Francisco at Seattle.
Los Angeles at Portland.
Salt Lake at Oaktand.
Sacramento at Veraon.
The "Notts" are not all cone yet
At The Ring la London last week
Walter Ross, ex-bantamweight cham
pion, stopped Billy KuUs in thirteen
rounds of a scheduled It round light.
the me they're done.
And, anyway. It Is not srood to
brood. Bnt the other day when I
was nursing Jack's nephew tn
San Diego when the doctors
thought he might die had al
most given? him up. in fact I
cenldnt help an awful depression.
I Just thought te myself My
God, I might Just as well be
"That may sound awful, but isn't
It the truth? Some people werer't
t.. ,( it ,, Hwa 1a k ,. ... .,
.M.UUCU W .4VO ..O , Ut OIU nA:V.
and those people oughtn't to
scared of death.
"But Jaek was scared of it tor
his nephew. I thought he would
nearly go erasy then, when Gus was
so low. Ha was nearly wild. All
he'd do would be to walk around and
pun his hands and moan: My
God am I gobag: to kill my own
nephew like thlsT
"Under different circumstances,
though. Jack is always good to me.
LImat is. be is considerate and kind
wBOEi a si aroBma. les Know, jsut
that can't make up for everything,
And yet I wouldn't trade Jaek for any
white man rve ever seen not now."
Mr. Gateweod, author of this story.
Is a former reporter of The Herald.
WILSO.t WETS BT KATCT.
Buffalo, N. T, Aug. J. Johnny
WTisoa. of Boston, middlewefarht
ehampion. knocked est Steve Cboyn-
sKi. oa jsuaaviKe, tn sue am roaraa
of a scheduled 1 round bout Monday
rf -, -
If You Enjoy Ttoffls
M OUT OF HE
Internationals Eesign Posi-
sition to Fast Safety
Although, out In front In the race
for the pennant, the Internationa!
team of the Army ana .ur ie.su.
Monday night tendered Its letter of
withdrawal at the weekly meeting
of the executive committee of the
league. It was acceptea sea m. t
eant berth will be filled by the Safe
ty First team, an Independent rail
Team LacKecx spin.
While the letter of withdrawal
easse as s surprise to many uas.
league officials oza anucipaicu it ta
vfew of the dectarro defeat of the
teeua Sunday afternoon at the hands
of the Knights of Columbus. In this
game the team lac sea use iiguuser
spirit which has characterized Its
previous games this season, and the
eAzttast developed into a ono sided
exbihttten of hitting from the first
Manager Cordero, who has handled
the team this season, has put forth
enry ounce of energy In his efforts
to make the season a successful one
and considerable credit is due this
loyal fan fer bis efforts, tn the opin
ion of league officials. Many of the
former International players will be
come members of the Safety First
team, winners of tho 1313 pennant of
the City Intermediate league and will
be seen in uniform again at Bio
joe Treu is manager oi me saieiy
First nine while George Chant will be
its coach and substitute catcher. Juan
Chacon, backstop of the Internation
als, will be first string backstop.
Has Some Good Players,
The roster of tho Safety First team
which will take the position of the
International team at the top of the
league, follows: Chacon and King.
catchers; M. Gomez,. , Lagunas and
Mender, pitchers: la. Gomel. Lsgu
aas. Chive i and Tzefz to. the Infield;
J, Marty, J. Ttjas. C Jfesa and Ca
lami in the outfield
During the meeting the executive
oonunttee also agreed upon a ruling
to stop any future games tn the fifth
busing should they develop the list
less air of the International-Knight
battle Sunday. The Knights were on
their toes during the entire game, but
the Internationals stopped trying
after a few run margin had been ob
tained by the Knights.
Golf Stars Will
Clash At Toledo
Toledo. Ohio, Aug. 3. The inter
national team match as a prelude to
the national open golf tournament to
be played over the Inverness next
week, will be staged Sunday, it was
The tournament proper is scheduled
for August le-. In the team match
which probably will be a contest of
the British experts against American
orofessfonals. Barry Vardon and T
Ray. will make up half the English
team. Walter Rages aad James
Barnes will head the American aVa
tlngeat. A match Is to be played Sunday be
tween Chick Evans, western amateur
ehampion and Charles Carroll against
Charles Lorms Inverness professional
aad Harvey Dack.
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EI Paso, Texas.
race is to be held In October from
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