The Evening Free Press (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 181, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 13, 1911 Page: 4 of 12
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LIVE SPORTING NEWS
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tn ti)* ISse of c«j«i yo-3 h*r% w*r
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there i« MX & mar cr w*vmac wt', can tr/t U
perfectly Mi*«i -*n mww whet kisd or what
priced wft /.h they me 7 Mm
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ihAwl&f <*f Hvward wetchae for sift We have
theen to eli eisee. and ell ere r-'i ee «lf
Howard we tehee can be.
Tbeee horse timer* ere fMBftSoalarty to *e-
m*R<!, now that t je rtuluf seese,r. : on. We
•ho'W e good line of tttrm. et eli prices. er.d
they ere eli ecrurete to the spiit seond.
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«rror e^owwi Coyle to eor« tbe raa -^j Antonio
a tie third. Ho ilt for e low r« T®r
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_ . Semntary: far'nff pltclw) br R/'H* 4.
.#-v va-co -Joe- ^ Bra i'.ri i; runs made off P.oea. 1. off
-L;„ '...V;., 3r^!f'-rS t hlte e^crtior.e '. ?f P^ !.
Tbcmpew. ^r.«le .a ,ff Brmi5f^ 7. tw^^ h!t by P.;lfeJi;
•a'-rlf.'r* btte by Roberta, «air&. Rocere
O «arr!f!co fiy octe by I>?-r.on:
oot by P-oae 1 by Ro*«ra «. by Bradford
2. baaee oB baiji by Rofera 4 iirc5< n bas-
rmrr!n* r left ',a baa«« Hooeton T
Baa Antonio %
Mb not start In America.
Auetrailan en4 English chAmpforia. ^aa nn * f*yir* nan:« Hi ta.'l ha bad
b#/-oma tb« hi* Irawlr.e eerd. Whin r, , , P">beWy 7?'- '//> in thet way.
|Ka off tha boat In N«w York fhar w:;: 'da'-oetry waa r whan, owlrf •-, :
b«> 4osana of prrnnotara and me'rhmnktn chanea ',f numbero In tha : p. a If
In welt for him with s#t« of arlMei IM ••••* # tried to fled the Chf- *•
flettwrln* offere. And If BUI mar.a*e« branch of tha f .M compary. };« 'b ';
f lma !f aa well aa ha flfhta h« on*'.' L*"4 a r'* f"f ,J: hr : *• '*• >• *
to drew down e b1# banch of eola In 'nt*n''*d d*!fver1n* to Jonao to *ha m*n • ; -
who waa supposed to have meda It. for
e bet tar addraee. Thet man declared Toteli
tha nota a forjery end Jon*, waa er- ^ ,
«.!•!. ■ - worth 2> 21* "11":
Oklahoma City ■&> ■ ■
i . wnrr,*ry Two-baae bit. .V nc«; r-/.«r
run. Coyl*; secrlflca hits, by Howard <l).
TJngrenfaVder; str-j'rk out. by Robinson
11, by LlasenfekSer ? * ae^a on bells, by
Chlrairo. J'ina 11 —Marral Besia. tha RoWnsoa 2. by Lln«enfel4er I: betters
eutomoblta rarar klllad a- Hawthorne : br Llaf~feJder 2 left on beeee.
trark Saturday, roda to hfs 4*ath be- Fort Worth '♦ Oklehome 'Ity 4. wild
♦ P!mea. Ih
* Hill, sa ......
— F>aris. If
1 Newman, lb. .
K 'layten. rf ..
• Allen, c.
*> WetMB. p ...
* Horneby. p ..
'• Alexander, as
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PRTZE RING GOSSIP
Chleeeo, Juna II -<Metty Be>dwln, who
flirhts Freddie Walsh In flan Fran-laci
Thuraday nl#ht, haa written that ha
want, to *et on near Ohlrego with aorre
good llffhtwslfht w^ian bs returns from
tha eoe . If Matty holda Walsh eren
or beets him. It Is probable soma of the
promotara win rrab him
Packer M^Fartand Is hard after a
matrh down aaat Ha wants to fat K O.
Brown Tha latter r f iaed a match wl h
Matt Walls, tha English champion, be-
cause tha bast Wells would do In «h way
of weight waa 1I& potinde at I o'clock
Fred fillmore left Monday night for
Akron, Ohio, with Jark Whlta an | Blity
W gn r WMta flgtita Tommy Rresnantn
fifteen round* there Wedneadajr nlgtit,
end Wagner tak«a on flamrnjr Troft for
tha aame dlatanee there Thursday night.
Thay are going ahead with that big
arena out at Oery. and If the eta'.a au-
Chorltlee don't Interfere there la * ire "
he e good mill stamed • 9or>n aa the
building Is put up The most probarle
•net h for Oery appears to be the 8r wn-
Memphis- In a tama bout that lastel
•he limit of eight rounda. Tommy
nan of Philadelphia, wa« awar'l-fl tne
derision over Toung Jvk Johnaon. of
•oston at tha Southern A. C Battling
Burke defeated Kid Nobles In si* round.
RACED TO DEATH
1 Johnston, if
• Hj^-r^ *T. cf ..
— Wallace, m
2 Met*, lb
\ 'arrlnger. 2b
Thrall kill. 2b. .
Brewer, rf. ...
pitch, by Robinson
Time of game:
One hour end forty-
DALLAS 3. WACO 1.
cause ha was ordered to no so, even
though hs knew thet In following th .«e
orders ha was risking his !!fs
At the Inquest conducted by Coroner
Hoffman, witnesses testify thet
young drlr^r hed repeatedly protest*
thet tha track wes too poor end that T-alias. Teiss. June 12 —By
ha wai afraid to drive in el. light ' r
He asked B, C Rpftgley, assistant man-
ager of the Abbott-Detroit team of rer- ,, .„r" Dei ^ Olante won from Wer„
jr. to be allowed to withdrew, but waa a Zcor! of 2 to 1 MI er waa
I? sh^ad - «'*indbia Ir every other Inning. Me-
Coroner Hoffmen Is endeavoring to fl* i>. -1n played a star gtrr.e In •" field,
a chsrg«- of murder on th'^se who pro- pu ".ng down si* hard chances without
moted the race, tn en effort to stop .a
.. -r, probably tb- fastest going
pi ".--r In the Tesaa league, for two
King'*. In the fourth
"blood sp'/rtg" In Chlrag-.
ORADUATE Bl ROM AN
■ McDonald, as
Frank L. Champion, a L«a Ang-v, " iag 2*>
evlator Who haa Just rstumed from a' For ay the. lb .
tending an aviation schoo. it li« - Jon T1 ' " ^
Fngland, Is visiting hi. parent.. Mr an*' J?!,n>hJT' c *"
Mr. II O Champion, of S|] Kait Fifth
atrset. He will g<> on to ls,% Ang':« •
In e few deys
Score by tnr.Sng*
Antonio H HMHM
Summary: Tnnlr.ga pitched Uy Wataor
f. by Harnahy «, Toner 7 2-2. '"iark 1
1-3. Runa made off Watson 1, Hornsby
4. Toner 3; hlta apportioned Watson
Horneby 4. Toner C; two l^se hits off
i'hvik 2. Johnston, Wallace; three bese
hiu by Brewer sacrifice fly out* by Halm.
Alexander; struck out by Watson *.
Toner 5, Hornsby 1, 'Tark 2; baa s on
ball* by Hornsby 2. Toner 3; stolen bases
Thrallklll; left on bases Houston 5, Han
Antonio 8; douu e plays Met* to Wallace
to Met*; Flliman to Hill to Newman
Time of game: One hour forty min-
Umpires: Donnelly and Kappan.
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# AMERICAN LEAGUE. *
Sf" ial to The Free Pr*ss
Ws • - - £ J . - * ii.—Jack Johnson
and sam Longford «H fight on the out-
si:-. -f Was* ng*on n Labor day If
" e p-.ais of e gr .p of sporting men ar-
s*i'-esrf-:j sr.-! Gorerr.cr Crct hers of
Mery'-ar.d doe* net order out the mliltla
to *-op the bont.
0* •-* <• ■« -r ^ tjje u*t aesalor
of the Maryland legislature a bill wa«
r_*-e^ thro*: r* glv'g te In terra ".onal
A*-%* '. ': rr. ;ary the fight to hold al
s:r-s f sporti-g and athletic events a
Cd *ge 7.irk. w.-.Urh adydns Btodersburg
on the District of Colombia and Mary-
land state lira The t:l! consisted of
many j ag*« In the last paragraph ther^
Is « clause whi - allows ^nHn.'*4 boxing
ovente to be held
The day the hil was passed IVj'Jor
flowed w, freely In the vicinity of the
state capitol that the ministers In many
V-'^fs rhe s*ate execrated the con-
du'- -.f rh' .r repress - tatlve« While th-
1.;. v Towlrg, it Is ea!d, the bill
Fta*e Sena to r Andrew J Camming*.
: commonly railed "Cy," a former weD i
known ath'-te. offered the bil at the re-
vue?- -f R- vert ''' Tls. a Washington
ar.d Maryland lewyer and c te friend
i of Bene tor Reyner. Some of Wells' |
frier.ds have formed a syndicate for the
purpose of polling off the bout and they
are now dealing with Johnson and
The entire matter haa been c'.othed in
the greatest secre-?7. The promoters of
; the fght have been anxious to avoid all
publicity until the arrangements should
>e corr.p'^ted. 1*iey fear that a howl will
be raised in the vicinity which may re-
I verberate through the entlr* atats. Thsj]
' election for governor will be due In the
! fall and they hope to keen Governrr
J Crothers from Interfering by tha promise (
'f -heir support et the polle.
The company eiready haa leaoed a
'arre tra^t o' land adjoining Bladens- ,
1 urg and intends to start the construe- j
•Son of an arena as soon as the fighters
Sgn up. "Phil" Stubener, who main- j
talned a roedhouse In Blader.sburg for
many years. Is one of the nominal lead- i
•-rs In the project. He la being assisted
by J Fl Tavlor. who was connected with 1
the promoters of the Johnson-Jeffries
fight at Rer.o. TayPr is now out of ;
Washlng*on and Is suppoeed to be In
New York or Boston trylr.g to conclude
arrangements with the fighters. One J
member of the Thaw family, whose In-
itials cannot be got. Is said to be the !
capitalist behind the projec-.
In .peaking of the matter today. State
.-"enator Cuminings admitted that he had
got a b!H through the legislature that
would permit finish fights without fear
of rr. testation from st%te officials.
"I feel absolutely confident that the
MH which was passed by the last legis-
lature w; safeguard owners of the pr'.vl-
' lege from state Interference If the bout
is arranged." said Mr. Cunrmlngs. "J do
rot be' eve that Governor Crothers would
attempt to usurp 'he powers of the con-
stitution by trying to stop the fight.
There Is no --onstitutlonal ground on
whi"h he could Interfere and I do not
rhlnk he will attempt to do so."
* WESTERN ASSOCIATION. *
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
1 Thebo, <
; Kvans, |
At I this svenlng, Mr* Lsura T^igh
Hanson, In a aeries of Interea lng read-
DO VOl SPECULATE?
Will ^ive you advance expert information on the
Races Daily for a Reasonable Fee. Suite 539 and
540, Lee Building. Phone Walnut 6190. Advice
ready 10 A. M., daily.
McLeurln, If 3
Wakefield, rf 3
W'lhlsben. lb 4
Ijodd, 2b . 4
I ugey. 2b 3
I f rd, rf 4
New York ....
Philadelphia 1, fit. Louis 0.
New York 4, Cleveland 1.
Detroit 6, Boston 4
Chicago 4, Washington 0.
BASE BALL COUPON
To Every Base Ball Fan !
This coupon with TEN CENTS, If presented either In peroon or by
mell et The Delly Oklahoman end Free Press office. Fourth end Broadway,
Oklahoma City, or et the Branch Office, with Weetfall's. 10« West Main,
will entitle the holder to the nsw 100-page bassball booklst. "Facts for
rens." containing complete 1911 rules, schedules for ell leagues, batting,
fielding end stamding everagea for all big leagues end hundreds of eddl-
tlonal Items of intsreet to all fane
Ready for dsllvery et once.
Srors by Innings
Waco 000 100 000—1
Summary- Two-base hlta. Carson.
M mg. Murphy. Fulmer; Three base hits.
Prio . sacrifice hit. Wakefield; struck
out, by Evens Miller 3; bases on ball*,
\,y Evans 2. Miller I; left on bases. Dallas
2. Waco H; double plays, McDonald to
Maag to Forsyths. Miller to Dugey to
Time of game: One hour and twenty-
Umpires Matthews and Coyle.
AUSTIN 6, GALVESTON 2.
Galveston. Texas. June 12. —Austin
won the game today In the tenth In-
ning. getting four runs acroag the plate
on three hits, two errors and n wild
pitch The acore ended 6 to 2 Up until
the tenth the K«me was a pitchers' hat-
tie between Helm and Ashton. the Int-
ter getting better support than did the
form« r Galveaton released Powell.
M ihlrldge, Chandler and lllse and signed
Pitcher Norton of Waterloo.
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I # WESTERN LEAGUE. #
Penned, cf ...
Oowney. if ..
Gardner, lb ..
O. Smith. 2b
Schmidt, c .,
.lames cf ...
Murdock. if .
Leake, rf ...
< ••if, c
Helm, p ....
Cook, 2b ....
STAN Dl NG
Des Moines ....
Pxieblo 3, Sioux City 2.
Denver 6. Omaha 0
Topeka 3. St Joseph 2.
Lincoln 7. Dos Moines 2.
# OKLAHOMA.TEXAS LEAGUE. %
Fort Smith 2* 10 .7221
Muskogee 19 1* .543
sapulpa 19 19 .4S6
j Tulsa II 21 .432
Independence 15 21 .417
j Coffeyvllle 14 23 .378
Fort Smith-Independence, forfeited to
Sapulpa 5. Muskogee 2.
Tulsa 11, Coffey vllle 6.
* SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. a.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Won. Lost. P t
New Orleans 34 17 .6 >7
Montgomery 28 23 .54H
Birmingham 25 2<? .4s<o
Chattanooga 24 27 .471
Nashville 23 27 .4W
Memphis 23 28 .451
Mobile 23 28 .451
Atlanta 22 27 .449
Atlanta 3. New Orleans 2,
Birmingham 13, Nashville 2.
Montgomery 7, Memphis 4
Only three games scheduled.
* AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. *
When You Play the Ponies
and lose, it doesn't matter bo much, for you've seen a
iiorse race and probably got your money's worth anyway.
But it's different when it comes to
When you are led off by fake advertising to take
a chance at getting about three or four times what you
pay for and get home and wake up to the fact that you've
lost a bet, then you're sore and we don't blame you.
Here You Never TaKe a Chance
for with every dollar's worth of merchandise that goes out of
our store, goes our guarantee of absolute satis-
faction, and after all satisfaction is all you are looking
for. The fact that we handle such lines of clothing as
MICHAELS STERN and
CLASS A CLOTHES
gives us the inside track in the clothing busincs? and
makes it easy for us to keep in the lead from start to
finish. Just now we advise you to put your money into a
mohair, light-weight serge or tropical-weight
worsted. the prices range
$15.00 to $25.00
straw hats of every description, ralston
health and steadfast oxfords, cluett
shirts and superior union suits.
1 1 •
Mobile, Ala., June 18.—Following the
alleged assault on Director Hartwell of
the local Southern league club by Ducky
Holmes during the executive session of
the club, announcement was made that
George Rohe, former member of the Chi-
cago Whits Sox, had succeeded Holmes
Boston—Following Manager Hugh
Duffy's mysterious visit to Boston, it was
intimated here Tuesday that Pitcher
Clcotte and Shortstop Wagner are the
men sought by the Chicago White Sox.
The trade is only a bare possibility,
however, and as far as can be learned
'it is even doubtful as to whether Duffy
really went to Boston for the purpose of
closing a deal with the Red Sox.
Rock Island.—The Rock Island Base-
ball association has decided to continue
in the Three I league for the season
An amount sufficient to relieve the club
has been raised by popular subscription.
WESTERN WINDOW—CLEANING CO
Phone Walnut 1424. Mercantile Bldg
* Batted foT Helm In tenth.
Score by Inttlnga:
VuMtln 000 110 000 4—0
Galve« ton 010 100 000 0—2
Summary: Hits apportioned, off Helm
10. off Ashton 9, two-base hit. Downey;
sacrifice hits, Helm. Leake. Cook(
Schmidt; sacrifice fly out. Kruger: struck
out, bv Helm 7, by Ashton 4, base* on
balls, by Helm 3. by Ashton 1; team er-
rors. on Helm C, on Ashton I; left on
. bases, Galveston 7, Austin 7; double
8TANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Wichita Falls 32 10 .762
Altus 2 r, 20 .f,65
Durant 25 20 .556
Ardmore 25 2:1
Bon ham 20 25
Gainesville 19 26
Cleburne li> 26
lawton 16 30
I,onden, June 13.—Champion Jack
Johnson had gotten back his land legs
Tuesday end hed recovered sufficiently
from his attack of ma! de mer contract-
ed on the way over on board the Kron-
prlns Wilhelm, to eat chlckan. He start-
ed out to aeo the coronation decorations,
accompanied by his white wife, who, In
turn, was accompanied by a large col-
lection of Jewelry.
Johnson attracted a good deal of atten-
tion and persistent reporters Interviewed
him on a wide variety of topics His
automobile will be a familiar sight In
the streets of London for sometime
Kansas City ...
Minneapolis 10, Columbus 2.
Louisville 8, Ht. Paul 5.
Indianapolis 8, Milwaukee 5.
Kansas City 10, Toledo 9.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. *
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
The llvest, newsiest afternoon news-
paper la the Free Presa
New York .
St. Louis ...
Chlcngo 6, Boston 5.
Cincinnati 3. New York 1.
Philadelphia 8. St. I,ouls 4.
Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn 2.
STATE FAIR GROUNDS
At 3 p. m.
Big Opening Feature
Autos and Carriages
admitted to grounds
__Derby Day only
Classiest Track in
BOX SEATS on Sale at Weaver's Drug Store
Distilled and aerated water. Phones
Walnut 792 and 104. 50c for five gallons 1
HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
INVESTIGATE— If.W. Corner Main and Ld'y
OKLAHOMA CITY T1 .
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