The Morning Tulsa Daily World from Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 26, 1914 · 5
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World from Tulsa, Oklahoma · 5

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f,;r r' ' UUUD P Hi cc, 1013 ri t 4 V I 4 Clzial Schedule of the Western Association for Season of 1914 r' Baseball Mews Other Newsy Sporting Events NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pet. .700 .700 .571 .500 .600 .429 .400 .200 Pet. .875 .7X4 .500 .420 .444 .875 .333 .833 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Pet. .700 .625 .600 .545 .545 .455 .250 .222 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Atlanta Montgomery Biimiugham Mobile , . . Won. Lost. Beaumont .....9 6 - Galveston 9 7 Fort Worth 0 7 Waco 8 7 Houston 8 9 San Antonio 7 9 Dallas 7 9 Austin Pet. .600 .563 .563 .683 .471 .438 .438 .400 COLLEGE BASEBALL. At Ann Arbor, Mich. Western Reserve, 0 University of Michigan 8. At. Columbus Ohio State 9, Purdue 2, At Worcester, Mass. Holy Cross, 4; Dartmouth, 2. At Providence Brown, 3; Yale. 2. At Chicago University of Chicago, 1; University of Indiana, 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 13; Chicago, 1. CHICAGO, April 25. Cincinnati defeated Chicago 13 to 1 in the final game of the senes here today. The score: CINCINNATI - AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Moran, rf 1 j 0 MiHer, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 Herzog, 9 1 x J Hate, cf J J J I'tilcr, cf J J ! 5 ? Mara.ua, If ? 1 2 1 HobUuell, lb 1 J Kllo. lb 0 0 0 1 0 0 Rawlings, 3b J I Berghauuner, 2b 9 Clark, f Gonsalrs. 1 Xavenport, p. 4 0 0 0 1 0 Totals .85 IS 18 27 12 8 CHICAGO AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Leach, 3b. 9 Goode, rf. J Sweeney, 2b Oorriden, ss .....4 Schulte. If Saier, lb Johnston, cf J Archer, jj Breahan, 2 Smith, o. .....0 Koestner, p. ....1 Stack, St.w.rt, ; Totals 1 6 27 11 5 Batted for Stark In 9th. UaH"1. 5 0 0 0 0 8 2 01 i,agp 00001000 0 Summary' Two ba.a hits. Mariana, Corn-1 r bits off Smith S. with non out in first lip. off Korstnar In ( Innings, off ick in inninrs: ascribe hits, Rawl IS, Dsronport, Hoblitiell; sacrifice fly. ran atolen bases, Marsans, Moran, Rawl-St 'double plare, Ber,hmmer. Heriog 1 Hobiltsell: left on beeee Cincinnati 7. icaao 10: base, on balls, off Pavanport off Koeetner 4, off Stack 4: hit by pitcher Smith) Betws: e truck out by Koestner by Stack . by Davenport 8. Time of game, S. , Umpire. Rlfler and Email. Brooklyn, 4; Boston 0. BOSTON, April 5. Reulbsch w.a In ftne m Index, allowing Bottom anly .three neat. 1 1 rr-( 4 tered hits and Brooklyn won easily 4 to 0. The score: Totals 33 -4 12 27 16 1 By innings: Brooklyn ...... ...0 1 0 0 0 IT 0 .0 0 4 Boston ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Summary Two-base hits, Daubert ; sacrifice hits, Evers, Smith; double play, Egan, Cutahsw and Daubert; left o bases, Brooklyn 6, Boston 8; bases on balls, off Reul-t bach 2, off Crutcher 8; struck out byReul-'bach 5, by Crutcher 3. Time of game, 1:47. Umpires Eason and I.incolu. St Louis at Pittsburgh, rain. Philadelphia at New York, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland, I; Chicago 0. CLEVELAND, April 25. liagerman, a recruit pitcher, had the edge on Bens ot Chicago today and Cleveland won 1 to 0. The score; CHICAGO AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Weaver, as 4 0 1 2 2 0 Lord, 8b 3 0 0 0 5 0 Chase, lb 4 0 0 13 1 0 Collins, If 3 0 0 3 0 0 Bodie, cf 3 0 2 1 0 0 Schalk, 3 0 0 2 1 0 Blackburn, 2b. 2 0 0 2 8 Q Daly, If . . 3 0 1 1 9 Benz, p. ............... 3 0 0 1 5 0 Totals : 29 0 4x25 17 0 xOte out when winning run scored. CLEVELAND AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Johnston, lb 4 119 0 1 Turner, 3b , 8 0 0 1 1 0 Jackson, cf 3 0 2 2 1 0 Lajoie, 2b. 4 0 1 8 1 0 Graney, If. 8 0 0 0 0 0 Olson, ss ,..,....8 0 0 4 2 0 Wood, rf. 3 0 1 5 0 6 Carisch, c 3 0 0 8- 4 0 Hagerman, p 3 0 0 0 2 0 Totals ..29 1 6 27 11 1 By innings: Chicago ...........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Cleveland .........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Summary Two base hits, Wood; sacrifice hit. Turner; stolen bases. Bodie, Schalk, Jackson; base on balls, off Bens 1, off Ha-verman 8; left on bases, Chicago 4, Cleveland 5; struck out by Bens 2, by Hagerman 4; wild pitch. Bent. Time of game, 1:20. Umpires O' Loughlin and Hildebrand. Detroit, 4; St. Louis, 0. -ST. LOUIS. April 25. Harry Coveles- kie's pitching was too much for St. Louis today, Detroit winning again 4 to 0. 1 he score Cobb, cf. Burns, lb. Totals 8hotten, cf. Austin, 8b. Pratt, 2b. . Leary, lb. WrIso, as. Crossin, c. Hamilton, p Baumgaran Howard x. Totals x Batted for Hamilton In eighth. By innings: Detroit 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 G 4 St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Summary Home run, Crawford; hits off Hamilton 8 in 6 Innings, off Baumgardner none in 1 inning; sacrifice hits. Coveleekie 2, stolen bases Crawford. Bums, Pratt; double plays, Moriarty, Kavsnaugh and Burns; Crossin, Hamilton, Walsh and Leary; Walsh, Pratt and Leary; Bush and Burns; left on bases, Detroit 6, St. Louis 5; first bass on balls off Hamilton 4; bit by pitcher (Crossin) by Covelskte; struck out by Covalskit 6, by Hamilton 4. Tims of gams, 1:40. Umpires Hill and Sheridan." New York at Philadelphia, rain. Boston at Washington, rain. FEDERAL LEAGUE Chicago, 7; Kansas City, 2. CHICAGO, April 25. Th Chicago Federal won a card bitting game from Kansas City today 7 to 2, the visitors wasting many of their eleven hits. Watson, for Chicago, was pounded neatly as bard as Harris but home runs by Tinker and Wilson and WjU-eons good work in keeping the Kansas City but tcaUartd. mads .tbs local rather - - . v wa -.-j T"T' . - easy. In addition to his home run, Tinker got a double and two Binglca. The score R. II. E. Kansas City .0 0020000 02 11 2 Chicago 14001001 x 7 12 2 Batters Harris and Brown; Watsou and Wilson. 8t; Louis, 4; Indianapolis, 1. INDIANAPOLIS, April 25. St. Louis took advantage of I.aportes error in the ninth inning, making two runs and won today's game from the local Federal league team 4 to 3. The score R. H. E. St. Louis 00000200 24 8 0 Indianapolis .10010001 08 7 2 Batters Groome, Herbert and Hartley; Moseley and Tester. Buffalo at Baltimore, rain. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, wet grounds. SOUTHERN LEAGUE New Orleans, 6; Mobile, 6. MOBILE, April 25. New Orleans snd Mobile battled extra innings without a decision in today's game being called at the end of the tenth inning with the score a tie 5 to 5. The score- R. H. E. Mobile 1 10010002 05 18 8 New Orleans 100111100 05 13 1 Batters Frits, Gudger and Schmidt; Evans, Styles, Walker and Higgins. Adams. Chattanooga, 5; Atlanta, 0. CHATTANOOGA, April 25. Although issuing seven bases on balls Lorezen puzzled Atlacts bstRmeu today when men were on bases add the locals won by 5 to 0. The score R. H, E. Atlanta 00000000 0 0 8 0 Chattanooga .00011 003 x 5 12 1 Batters Dent and Dunn; Lore-nzen and Graham, Street. Birmingham, 10; Montgomery, 2. BIRMINGHAM, April 25. Buacher, who was on the mound for Montgomery this afternoon was easy for Birmingham to solve and Birmingham won the game 10 to 2. The score- K. H. E. Birmingham 80000412 x 10 14 0 Montgomery 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 4 Batters Johnson and Tragesser; Buscher and G ribbons. Nashville at Memphis, wet grounds. Texas league. At Austin 8, Waco 2. At Dallas 0, Fort Worth 3. At Beauraont-Galveston, ruin. At San Antonio 1, Houston 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Columbus 15, Cleveland 0. At St. laul 3, Milwaukee 1. At Minneapolis 3, Kansas City 4. At Indianapolis 0, Louisville 9. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. At Providence 9, Buffalo 12. At Battimore-Rochester, double header postponed, rain. At Kewark-Montreal postponed, rain. At Jersey City-Toronto, postponed, rain. Finish of Exciting Race at County Athletic Meet at Owen Park Yesterday Afternoon 4 Qf- ' W ' -' :L K I Vv 4 ' 4 v V Scene at county field meet yesterd Sun staff during one of the t vents. SEASON OPENS NEXT I KID.VY AND WILL CLOSE ON LABOR DAY. MUSKOGEE OPENS IN TULSA Double-Headers Will Bo Flayed on Each Holiday; Sunday Ilufes Are Evenly Divided. JOPLIN, Mo., April 25 The official schedule of the Western association for the 1914 season was announced here today by President A. J, Baker. A. J. BAKER President Western Association It calls for 131 games, beginning next Friday, May 1, and closing Labor Day, September 7. There is but one open date, June 30. vrSir- , Li V' ; - ? 7? -,i f: K74.Lt v7,i,'4 v t, 4: ; !? . . , , c j s'-" ' A C f t V $ f '$-;? K rf i J - I ! -f ,t i --444 I - - ' - , ay afternoon at Owen park, trapped b The schedule was compiled by Cecil Brown, sporting editor of the Joplin News-Herald. U was adopted at a meeting held in Tulsa last Sunday. For preparing the schv'dulo, Mr. Brown received a prize of $50 which was offered by the association for the best schedule presented. For the opening series, Fort Smith will be at Joplin, Muskogee will be at Tulsa and McAlester will play at Oklahoma City. July 4 sees Joplin ,at Muskogee, Fort Smith at Tulsa and .Oklahoma City at McAlester, On decoration Day, May 30, Joplin will be at Fort Smith, Tulsa at Muskogee, and McAlester at Oklahomu t'lty. The season ends on Labor Day, September 7, with Joplin at Fort Smith, Oklahoma City at McAlester and Muskogee at Tulsa. There will be double-headers on each holiday, Sunday oatos are about evenly divided between tho six cities on the circuit. President Baker said today that everything Is In readiness for the opening games Friday. The taking over of the Muskogee franchise by W. C. Holliday gives each city in the league strong financial backing and forfeits which have been posted assure the playing of the 1914 season. A rule adopted by the league promoters at their first meetln.j assures perpetuation of the league from year to year, as the forfeit niorey which has been posted cannot be drawn down at the end of the season, but will stand for the next year. A good bunch of ball players have been signed by each club owner and the fans may settle down to an Interesting pennant race, with prospects of increasing the league to an eight-club organization next year, and the playing of class B baseball. Cardinnl Farley Sails for Home. NEW YORK, April 25. Cardins' Farley was to leave here today on ihe North German Lloyd liner Bremen for Naples, whence he will go lo Rome on his regular quintennla) pilgrimage to the Vatican. Mass Meeting of the Church. WASHINGTON, April 25. 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