Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on April 13, 1913 · Page 7
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Sunday, April 13, 1913. Both Commie Squads Idle-Ghicago Cubs LAKAFF ANXIOUS TO REPORT TO DECATUR Chic Fraser Also Promises t,o Be on Hand Before May 1 and May Be Able to Attend the Opening Game-Steamship Flannagan in Port After Voyage from Gridiron Bay. For'iKi- manager Cliic Fraser will ii im h: old boys and the town in rVneral some time before Hay 1. This as the si stance of a letter received J'" eaturdav and indicates that Fra- fr has no intention of going back on m promise to show up and lend some distance to the club. V. baseball rialto shivered its glee c.nVrdav when it was learned tliat Prank Lalsalf bad been officially iardcd to the Decatur club by Secrc-farr Farrell of the national board of -b'itrstion and will report here imme-ilatelv Lakaff set up a-claim that .had not signed a contract last year. nd hi claim seems to have been good ihat'far but at the close of the year hi tacked his screed to a notice of reserve for this season, thus binding 3m' ot tbe Same Hull. Tiie local club has been advised that ih Lakaff who pitched for Des Moines , irek or more ago, was not "Bull"-a recruit pitcher. The impression PviV'd here that Lakaff was trying to eain his freedom so as to work for iat club A wire from him Eaturday asked tor instructions as to reporting:, and tie will be on hand as soon, as he ;s needed. a S "Steamship" Flannagan sailed ii,"iriih the gentle zephyrs of a chilly voril morn Saturday for a hearty wel-l-ne "Pal" says his batting eye -asn:t the on that was bruised in the Ha.rautte college football game last iall lso he is still writing songs for Bill' (Jordan to market, but declares that the price has been raised because lie holds a corner on the Celtic variety o' melodies. Fat. it may be recalled, attended a dance at the Guards' Ar-morv one night last summer, in com-cany with Var.deville Bill Gorman, our ominent shortstop, and gave Gorman v -ue for a neat song by the remark tYliy don't they dance the Good Old Irish danee3 any more." 1 stu!?'lnsr Medicine. flannagan remarked through the tiansnm at a late hour Saturday even-i'lz tLat he is thinking seriously of Pillin? the fangs of all vicious um-ijlr" this season, after completing an-nxlirr in'-ster in his course in den-tlst.-v 1:1 JUrquctte university. Pat has 'been stud; ins: the mcdieol end of t' dentistry game during the winter. no p'aved at ta' kic on the Marquette root'oa'.f team la-t Tall. He tells an in-ternting story of a grand strike of .lentil and medical students from one Miinaiiltf e collse tn another in which :;0 participated. Flannagsn and the resi srew tired of the low rating of :V s'.iicol they were attending and de-.:iied to snift to the other institution hi the citv, which was not at that tine affiliated with Mai-queue. After the bis shift was accomplished that afhool also became affiliated with Marquette and the result, says Pat will be "forking good football team next :a;r. Fan-'azan ssys that two-tlilrds of the euliege athletes of today cannot nrove simon-mire amateur standing and that his riht to play on Marquette teams wa-s never questioned. Gorman Enjoys Hfmfielf. The wanderings of Weary William (lorman since he arrived here would make an interesting series of Sunday comic?. Bill was seen leading a quartet of tenderfoot Commie Colts in circles around the transfer station Saturday eveniua at an early hour, and after forcing them all to jump through tiie windows 'without breaking the eiass. suddenly deserted the bewilder-M recruits and attacked Flannagan in merciless manner. "1 haven't had any fun since 1 arrived" was Bill's e-planation. which he wound up with ail .'fort to pry one of McXeely's ribs anarr with a bed-spring. Merely one "f Bill's vaudeville stunts with whicii (' Gorman brothers entertained all '.'hicago during the winter. And Bill is -xpected to be doing as nicely as could hf expected by this morning after a delirious nieht. Merlins:. Calumet Kid. Ttob Sterling, the Calumet Kid. who pclfd uii some easy money pitching indeDendcnl ball while Still under contract here. last season at Calumet, Mich., says he will have no trouble making sood. Joe Kaiser is chiefly among the ab-ntes at the various congregations in the players' haunts. Joe still recollects the tip given him by .the mighty Uarence V aught to watch out lor trouble from the regulars if he joined fits crowd. The day Yaught attempted to break "n. Harper. Gorman and - Biake placed an allstar game behind pun, and he went back home explain-that he didn't get the right kind o' support. , H is understood that Roy Scherer wagered his youngest against JIc- CLEVER HURLER HOPES TO STICK ,1 WILLIAM GRAV. Counted upon by Johnny Ray to make good his promise of some regulars out ol bis bunch of recruits, picked up for the Decatur "fhree-I club. Neely'a oldest that O'Brien, Blake & Co. will report Terre Haute still wet. We have it direct from headquarters that when the Mutts meet the Strutts in that ball game between the two divisions of the squad, a cold bunch of game-cocks will be lying hither and thither among the feathers after it is over. IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES TODAY'S GAMES " National league. American League. St L at Oincinnati'Chicago at. St. Louie Pitts. 'at Chicago IDctroit at Cleveland YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League. American League. 1... 5: r"lii;affO. 3Thi.. 13: Cleveland, 3 Pitts.. 9; Cincinnati. 2,Phi!a., G; Boston, 4 At New York, rain i-AC St. I.., rain. At Philadelphia, rain; At Washing., rain LEAGUE PERCENTAGE National League. W 1, Pet American League. Vv I. Pet p.n(tnn 1 0 l.nno sr. Louis 0 1.000 St. Louis 1 T'itlnhnrr 1 1 1.000 Phila 1 1.000 Wash 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 . .000 .000 ,0000 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 Brooklyn 1 1 Phila . 1 1 Sew York 0 1 Chicago 0 1 Cincinnati 0 1 .SOO.rievciana .500:Cbicago .GOO'N'ew York :000 Boston .000' Detroit ST. JOE GIVEN TOUGH FIGHT BY WATERLOO T ICKPH, Mo.. April 13 Bunched hits iii the fifth inning Saturday gave the-St. Joseph Western league club a 4 to 0 victorv over Waterloo, of the Central Association An Apple Blossom Looks Good and Smells Sweet on the Tree, But Still the Fruit It Bears May Have A Bad Taste. V Suit of Clothes mav look well avIicu new, but after wearing it a few weeks it will look old. Not so if you buy a Heckman-Bailey Co. Suit, as the stvle the tailoring and the all wool quality that is put in the Heck-man-Bail'ev Co. Clothes is bound to satisfy. Every Suit guaranteed -to hold its shape. Prices from $15.C0 to $25.00. NEW SPRING HATS Xew -Neckwear. Hosiery and Underwear, are now on display at our new store. . ' - Heckman-Bailey ( GOater atNortk Street Of At Dubuque At Davenport At Peoria At Qninry At Pecatuf At Spript-firld At Blwrnlngton. At TWnvl""' Dubuque ........ TTTF ITIPDaTn'C ".r 2"SW,)- pr" -s- APrll (27-2;S), tS. ; May 12, 13, 14. Jlay li, 16. l;, (18S). Hay 1. lo. (IIS). May 0. 0. 7. S. 1HJU iUiKAIiD S J"'J (6S, June (13S). 16. 17. IS. June 11. 12. 13. 14. Jul- is l 20S) Julv 15 IS 17 June 16. 17, IS. June (SSSI. 0. July 1- . hept. 11-IH), 3. - July 31, Aug. 1. S. Aug. (38). 4. 3. Aug.. 13. 19. ;0. 21. Aus. :5. (24S1. Aug. :S. Is. 30, (SIS). Aug. 25. S6. 27. Davenport m? "' PTDDPTC! pr!I P:V'SS 5- April 4. 25. 26. May 15. 16. 17, (ISS). . May 12. 13. 14. ', May i. C. 7. S. Muy S. 10 CMS).. . .., '.!, -"' JU!irUjXl& June 11, ID. 13. 14. June (ISS). 16. 17. IS. Julv 13,- 16. 17. July 18. is. (tOSI. Juno fSS, r.O. July 1. June 26, 27, 2S. "'y 8' -3- - - ., - ''- Aug. (:1S). 4. 5. -: July 31. Aug. 1. 2. AuB. 22. 23. 24S). AuE. IS, 19. SO. 21. Aug. 23. 26. 27. Aue. 2S. 23. So. 31S). 'Peoria..., jS?.? l ?.!?.' ' 9.' 10" June C, 4. 5. 6. May 31, June (IS), 2." April 29. 30, Mav 1. Mar J. 3. (4-4S). May 20. 21. 22. 23. May 24. (2SS). 26. 2T. V T"'-Zi' July -TS- , ON ALL July 2. 3. (4-4H). June (JJS). 23. 24. 23. June 19. 20. 21. July 11. 12. (138). July 13. 36. 1.. v -'? Sept. 3. 4, 3. - July 28. 2S. 30. Aus. 15. IS. (17S). Aug. 12. 13. 14. Auc- 6. 1. S. Aujt. 22. 23. (JIS). Quincy ... ........... jS?v i ''Js5' A-bi June 7. (8S). 9. 10. May 2?. 29. (30-30H). mTTT1T, T May 2. 3. (4-4S). April 29. 30. May 1. . "ay 15. 16. IT. 1S). May 12. 13. 14 V .6'. (-tS)' July 22, 23. 24. . July 5, 6S, 7. - THREE-I June 19. 20. 21. June IMS), rs, 24. 25. July 15. 15, 3 7. July 1. 1. (20S). . PL Sept. e. (7-7S). aept. (1-1H). 2. Aus. 12. IS. 14. Aus- 15. 16. i:S). Aug. 22. 23. (24S). Aug. IS. 19. 20. 21. Decatur j!uv i?' v.' 7V..C?- 4 ('',r,B' i6' 27" Ma 5- " May . 10. (IIS). , . May 2S. 29. (30-3011). April 24. 25. 26. April (27-2781. SS. VV1-; (,,SV' Ju5' 9- 30- June (21S). 30. July 1. June 26. 27, 2S. . LEAGUE July 5. (6S. J. June (I0S). 16. 17, IS. .June 11. 12. 13. 14. Aug" ' a- Aug. . (IPS). 11. . Aug. 23. 2C. 27. Aug. 28. 29. SO. (SIS). .. .mJMWJJ Sept. (1-114), 2. July 22. 23. 24. Aug. (8S). 4. 3. enrlnrfiM " Ia,'V :4'.'HS?)" "S- "' Ma-V -- -- 23- May . (US). May 3. 6. 7. 8 Mav 31 June ttn - April (27-27S). 2S. April 24. 25. 26. . Springfield . July 8 9 10 July 11. 12 (13S). June 26. 27.' 28.' JuBe (ik) SO. July 1. July 2. VH " CONTESTS jGne 11, 12. 33. 14. June (ISS). 16 17, IS. ; Aug. 9. (IPS). 11. Aug. 6. 7. 8. Aug. 2S. 29. 30. (31S). Aug. 25. 26. 27. ' July "8 30 July 25. 26. (2;S). July 31. Aug. 1. 2. EIGHT RUNS IN ' FIRST INNING Athletics and Red Sox Divide Honors in Fireworks Opening of Battle. MACK THEN SLIDES OUT Boston. Mas., April 13 Philadelphia defeated Boston, 5 to 4. Saturday afternoon. In the first inning poor pitching by Bedient and some timely batting by the visitors enabled them to score lour runs. , Then Coombs and Pennock in the box permitted the champions to tie up the score In their half. Philadelphia secured what proved to be the winning run in the third inninsr. Score: . Philadelphia. Boetoo. AB HOAR' AB H O A V. E.Mhy.rf 5 110 0 Hooper.rf 3 0 0 0 0 Oldrlng.lf 4 0 1 Tl :Verkes.2b 4 12 Collins.2b 4 2 1 0 05peaker.lf s 2 2 Baker. :ib 4 13 3 fliLewle.lf 2 Mclnia.lb 2 0 9 0 0 Garder.Sb 4 Strunk.cf 4 16 0 O'Javrin.lb 3 Barry.as 3 2 2 2 0-Wagner,ss 3 Lapp.c 1 0 0 0 0'lari?an.c 3 Thumas.c 3 1 5 2 0 Bedient. p 0 0 3 1 0 2 9 0 t 1 10 0 0 1 0 Coombs. p 0 0 0 0 0 Leonard. p 2 .penocK.p oooo o,i.nglc.x Stahl.xx 10 0 10 0 Totala 34 S 27 9 O.Ball, xxl a 0 Totals 30 8 27 Batted for Bedient in first. Batted for Leonard in ninth, xxx Batted for Hooper in ninth. Innings .... Philadelphia Boston ..12345678:) ..4 0100000 0-..40000000 0- Runs K. .Murphy, Collins. 2; Baker, Strunk, Hooper, Yerkcs, Speaker, Gardner. Two base hits Strunk, Barry, 2. Three , base hit Collins. Stolen bases Speaker, Collins, Strunk. Base on balls Off Coombs. J; off Pennock, 1; off Bedient. 1; off Leonard, 3. Struck out By Leonard, 7; by Plank, 4. SOX SCORE AT WILL OFF NAP PITCHERS CL.EVliLi.VNI. Ohio. April 13 Cleveland pitchers were wild and ineffective Saturday and Chicago scored almost at will, winning 13 to 3. Steene, who replaced Mitchell in the fifth with the bases full, allowed hits which resulted in five tuns, while Glavenich. a California recruit, who finished the game, gave Chicago chances to score five more. Seven Chicago players were given first base on balls. The game was called in the seventh to enable Chicago to catch a train for St. Louis. Score: Cleveland. Chicago. AB H O A F.' AB H O A V. .Tohton.lb 4 2 3 1 0!Rath.2b 3 1 S 2 0 Chpmn,sa4 1 4 o 11.ord.3b 5 -J 2 n 1 Olson 3b 4 2 1 5 O'Csllincrf 5 4 0 0 0 Ickann.rf 4 0 11 0 Bodle.cf 4 13 0 0 t aioie "b 3 12 1 O Borton.lb 4 3 4 0 0 Blrhm.cf 3 2 11 O'Matick.lf 2 110 0 Cranev cf 3 0 0 0 OWeaver.ss 2 113 0 l.and.c 3 1 7 2 9'Berger.ss 0 0 0 1 0 Mtchell. p 0 0 0 1 O'Sclialk.c 3 2 4 0 0 Steen.p 0 0 0 0 0 Bona. p 4 10 10 Glavicb p 0 0 0 0 1 Esterly.x 3 10 0 0 Leibold.'x 1 0 0 0 0 ! Totals ZZ li 21 10 1 Totals 29 9 1 " 2) x Batted for Weaver In fifth. xBatted for Steen in slxth. c,?Sd-:::::::::::j5oU-3 Chicago 1 0 ? P 0 61 Kuns Rath. 2: Lord, Collins, 3: Bor- ton Mattick. 2: Schalf. 2: Fasterly. Olson. Birmingham. Land. Stolen bases Weaver Easterlv. Schalk, Mattick. Bases on balls Off Mitchell. 4: off Glavenich. 3: off Bonz, 1. Struck out Bv Mitchell. 4: by Steen, 1; by Glavenich, 1; by Benz. 5. ' ficial Three-I E BUT CARDS WIN Belated Opening in Cub Park Marked by Untimely Victory for Visitors. ADAMS IN FINE FETTLE CHICAGO. April 13 The belated game of the Chicago National league baseball season here took place Saturday, when Chicago lost to St. Louis, 5 to 3. St. Louis jumped into the lead when a base on balls, a sacrifice, a double and single netted two runs. Two more runs were scored in the fifth, "when the visitors bunched hits. The final run resulted from a pass, a stolen base and a single. The locals played an uphill game, but could not overtake the visitors. The usual opening ceremonies attended tho opening. A brass band paraded around the field, followed by the players of both teams. A chest of silverware and several floral pieces were presented to Manager Evers, the gifts' of his admirers. The presentation speech was made by the mayor. Score: St. Louis. Chicago. A E' AB H O A E 1 OVlymer.cf 4 1 r 0 0 0 O.Scliulte.rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 Mitchell. If 5 0 3 1 0 1 0:Ziman,3b 4 12 3 0 0 OlAicher.lb 4 2 30 t 0 0 0'Bvers.2b 3 2 3 2 0 0 O'Brlwell.ss 3 112 0 6 O'Bresban.c 3 0 6 2 0 1 lll.avnder,p 2 0 0 3 0 2 OiGood.x ,1 0 0 0 0 Smltli.n 0 0 0 1 0 AB H O Hcins.2b 3 3 Magee.lf rf 3 Mwrey.Sb 4 Ktchy.lb 3 ISvans.rf 2 Shkrd.lf 2 Oukes.cf 5 O'Lry.ss 4 Wlngo.c 4 Griner.p 4 3 1 2 0 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 4 0 0 2 11 1 0 Totals 34 10 27 11 3:Cheney,p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 7 27 15 x Batted for Lavender in sixth, xx Batted for Smith in eighth inning. Innings 1 2 3 46 6 7 S9 f-.t. Louis 2 0 0 0 20 0 1 05 Chicago 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Runs Kvers, Clymer, 2; Huggins, Magee, Mowrey, Konotchy, Oakes. Two base hits Konetchy, Zimmerman, Archer. Three base hit Wingo. Stolen bases Clymer. Zimmerman, Magee, Sheckard. Base on balls Off Lavender. 5: off Griner. 5; off Stnith. 1. Struck out By Griner. 9; by Lavender IFTlTTf I1TI 'fl TTf TTlTITlTTl TO LOCATE BABE ADAMS; CINCl.N.NATI. Ohio, April 13 With j Adams in mid-season form and thci Pittsburg team batting three Cinc.ln- nati pitchers hard, the visitors won of 9 to Score: Inninirs ...1 2345678 9 it H K 'Pittsburg 2 0011041 0 9; 15: 1 Cincinnati .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2: 7: 0 Batteries Adams and Gibson; Froin-me, McManus, Smith and Clarke. QUINCY SQUAD LOSES ANOTHER BY A POINT SALT LAKE CITY, Ctah, April 15. The Salt Lake team of the Union baseball association, defeated the Quincy team of the Three-I league in a ten inning game here Saturday afternoon by a score of 11 to 10. V S HONORED League Schedule, Season of 1913 THREE-I CHART IS First Official Release Includes Re vision Made Necessary by Violation. SHORT SERIES THE RULE Reversal of Openings Makes Entire New Arrangement and Longer Travels. DECATUR AT HOME (l'ate it in your hat) April 20. 30-Mav l Peoria May S. 3, 4-4S ftulncy. May 12, i:t. 1-1 Dubuque. May IS. 18, IT. 1S IJavennort. May SI, June IS, - Springfield. June 3, 4. Z, 6 Danville. . June 7, MS. D. 10 Bloomington. Jane 19. 2t), SI Hulncy. June 3. 4. S Peoria. .Inly 2. 3. 4-4 H Spring-field. July 1.1. J, 17 Davenport. July 18. 19. 30$ Dubuque. July 1'."., . 275 Danville. July 31, Aug. 1, 2 ltloomtngtoo. A iiB. 12. 13, 14 4tnlney. Angr. 1.1, 1. 18S Peoria. Auk. 10, 20, 21 Dubuque Aus. 22, 23, 24S Davenport Sept. 3, 4, 5 Danville Sept. . 7-7 S Bloominsrton. Xote S Indicates Sunday dale. II-MoIiday. .Double fiarures-doubie headers. Three-I league newspapers this morning publish for the first time, the revised Three-I schedule for the season of 1913. which was prepared in this city, and sent out with instructions lor publication on this date. The schedule Is much different from any previous chart, and gives Decatur the opening date at Bloomington, from which city the Commies go to Danville for three games on Sunday aml Monday, opening officially in Decatur Tuesday April 29 with the Peo- POLISHED POPULARITY Continued and increasing demand beyond ail optimistic expectations shows that the. motoring public . realize the FORD is a great big car at a small cost. Besides first cost FORD operation is so cheap. - IMMEDIATE DELIVERY All Oars Fully Equipped No Extras to Buy. 5 Passenger Touring Car, $620 Delivered j. G. STARR Lincoln Square VEHICLES Finally Start Out ria club as their guests. One Uoubleheader. Sunday doubleheader. The chart in-ing April 24 and c:os:ng Sepf. 7 with a Sunday doubleheader. The cart in- The schedule is for 140 games, open-on Sundays, and three scheduled dou-bleheaders on holidays. The first two doubleheaders which allow for one in every city in the league, will be for double admission, and the holiday double bills are also for 50 cents admission. All other double bills, including any made necessary by postponement of games will be at bargain prices. By reason of its location. Decatur is The English "Flat" Last 1LEX IT'S a splendid' ing, made of "flat" custom last, heavy single sole, one inch heel, in best grades tan Russia calf and gunmetal leathers. $3;50, $4.00, $5.00 Blafcrmnj & Plum TfOt CLOTTTgW WHOP "Cornet Apptrri far Mm- 315-317 N. There's No Need To UJJ 1L COME and SEE HARNESS able to break up the monotony of lon; series, and for that reason is never on the home grounds longer than thirteen games at a stretch, and usually not more than a week at a time. In ereneral. the schedule allows for alternating Sundays at home. IlolldnyM and Snndnyw. Holiday dates for the Decatur club are similar to those here last year with Springfield in Decatur on July 4. and Decatur in Springfield Decoration and Labor day?. Decatur's Sunday dates include the lollowing at home: Dubuque. I; Davenport, 2; Peoria, 2; (Continued on I'ace S.I AT5.E SHOWING A DECIDED PREFERENCE FOR IT example of eood shoeniak- Water St. Explain 2 Passenger Runabout, $545 Delivered & SON Decatur. 111. AUTOMOBILES y

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