El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, April 27, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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Mondar. April 27. 191
AB Local Bmm)
By Special Writer
'TWAS A GLORIOUS
TRIUMPH FOR BILL
iiKiHtHii wots Times amhmativii
to vtctsby. rag HBtrr mr. o thb
Las Mr k u Hsr Caeas
Hh.n. Who Ihrrilfj la Mount In Tea. f
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Manning el thr Cluke
Won. Util ret el.
company I ...
FROM HIGH PLACE
rWHB.lt FOR THE I'VIWTY AK-
l Its DOE8 THK i UK K TO THE
TIM. OH 4 TO 1.
ntthrrto I'ndMeatcd City Leaguers No
Unajer to Point With Prbto to
1SSB Pérrcfiaag Mark.
"How the mighty hava fallan'" or
"They roa reigned and (II' might
he propsr captions for thin artlcla
Inssmuch a It drain with th" triumph
of the Purity Baker over tbo once
Invincible Banker. The Jtlo Grand
Banker until yesterday afternoon an
Joyed the dlattnctlon of beta the only
City league baaettall rluh that had
Son undefeated but It took the hard
hitting Bakers and the wonderful arm
of one Paul Plaher to turn the trick
and right royally did they do K. H
wound up In the ninth inning with
i he acore 4 to i. Maine the second of
u double header It waa scheduled to
Ilejotce ya who say thou art admiren of
the Timet team
Hejoica I aay lor on a Sunday afternoon
at Waahlnrton park while only a raw rant
looked on and the wind Maw rold eon
JuaTy wethe Titilas team did leaaUy BO but Mvftn rounda but ao furioua
defeat the Ota (onioaur aggragatinn ana
in doing ao we did palm '.Win white with
tinltewtih. Ten to nothing and only aerea
tnnlngi. What oh what would II hava
keen had the alaufhler continued? inn
there arose from the nilrhty dual aioraa
the vole of a Utile n ten haired and
piping-volead umpire who eiclauned In
clarion tones that II wai double-header
and thai he vlctorlnui Printer ahould
gather np their apolla of war and tlva up
th arena o the gladlttora In th tons of
the Baker and Hankera. that they might
tente for owe and alwaya a dltputt of
Brain a araal t ee leal
It wai really great contest. In point ol
run making for iba rimen Tha lrlniart
hava ao long been blanked that wbao they
broke Into the run column and felt tha
ccattcy of being there. Maty want hog wild
Old romped around the cases a though
training for a marathon.
Johnson. In whoa wake the great Walter
lohneon would probably bang hi head in
sbame. eaayed to do rredit to hit name-
aakee' reputation but aueh gladiator
Pete Lerva Oafrteld. Doermg and vrl
other of no loll repute were much In vl-
dence with the willow atlrk and hlii ware
rapped ont aa frequent); a runt were
la y at Bay Bellevea
Howie eratwnile Biiniif of tha "Light
Procurara." catcher and pitcher relieved
i he In it 11 boy in th third Inning and
from thru on It was a magitincani struggle
between Bhorty Welsi. tut bantamweight
i hauiplon twlrler or the league and tha
tiaa aggregation. Weiss srnt nln of thorn
bark to tell their rellow player thai ha
had nothing but a real breaking curv.
-deoooUve drop and worlds of steam and
moka. He held them to eight hits all of
vtiirh ware ingle tnd omy in three in
mngs did he let ihem garner mota than two
at a time.
In the rive liming Howie pitched he give
he Primera bei ousaklts tsai tata of thatn
aere aarvad In tha fotirth Inning and
coupled with a base on bails netted the
tietor two rana.
wild Bill Bevel ike Day
The irdent rati the one who wai cat
closely every play and every hit of general
ship were iinnltnoui In their decisions
yesterday that it was "Wild Bill" orchard
who saved tha day for the Times and gave
ti em a victory their first unce the seaeon
opened. Orchard was on the firing Una
along first bate Una coaching the young
tars In Big. lakgue style. His wonder nil
ntadwork sent mora than one baa runner
arootlng away to second or on to third and
held them In abeyance whan foothardlness
and lack or baseball brain would hava
meant disaster II was very much In
evidence nd those who thoroughly under-
stand ware delighted to aaa soma real "IB-
aide stuff" pulled even though It was
. ulied in a small league. Under this big
iwtrler'a tutoring the fruiters will tin
dcubtediy aoar to the top position and
whan once they arrive on tha pinada or
their heart's deeire you may rest assured.
gentle ran and supporter of the "paper
weights tney win aisy mere
HURLEY AGAIN ON
TOP OFJE REAP
fiAMK. Y KHTERIi A V WITH HA NT A
HIT A PROVE WAI.KOVFH FOR
raws' rijjixtnu aunaste.
Two Home Muta Among use 17
(JetUtresAd by the visitor. Who i.ik -wtae
DlaaraaeVesI Two Ptictsen.
By B. a. COAN.
Hurley N. M . April II Th train-
era once more went Into first place
whan they defeated Haunt Hita thtk
iirternoon in a uns-nwo .
wag a alngging match all the- way
with th local alwaya enjoying the
beat of II. smith atarted hi track
pit. her. but after tha local had got-
ten two single and a couple of walk
he warn yanked and Harry Kane who
recently Joined Bent Klta waa
runted to th rescue.
Kswe Proved Kaay.
Kane proved on of th eaaleat pro-
positions that tha minera have faced
thla year and 14 hita Including two
home rune a triple and three double.
which with aoma looae fielding by hi
teammatee. In which ha waa inoiuaaa
I . v." VI ... r v. ...'.. " V" allowed the local to pile up a core
. i '" ' ' m.wsnii i ami i- . -
wally that tha extra unta were added
Too Much Malice
ST. LOUIS SHUTS
OUT JENNINGS' MEN
u IIIM M AJTAriKR IB ATTKXO-
l.VU SI' N HAT HCHOOI..
WORK BY TOPEKA
HARP HITTER FUsti VP 8IXTKKN
RIIH8 AOAInvT TWO Of Mlf-
Cleveland Take Final Came la Bee-iaw
With Hot HUrxtlng Pnxxle for ciil-
cauro asad Aurea) Makes
AMERICAN I.I At. I K
r... su m
.... 4 4
Where They Play Today
fío games schedule. "
las CM.- n It. H. O. A. B.
Qutk. 1b 91710
may. lb I 0 I I t
"Wonen as tot 110
Anderson rr 1 0 0 0 0 0
Manor Sb 1 0 t 1 0
Held. If I 0 I 0 0
Parry rr .. i o o o o
Heart p.. c t a i- g
Johnson. f 0 1 too
Hornbuekt. o 1 0 0 4 0
Totals ft 0 I 10 11 I
i. haver a .
Welas. p .
B. ft. H. O. A. E
I t I 0 0 0
Too much Flher really account
for the defeat of th Bankera The
big righthander served un u peculiar
ort of In-and-out baatball a variety
nitnerto untried by tha Bankera Ho
gave them eeveral opportuhttle to
win but closwd down whan victory
teemed 1 ra Inane land verily pitched
ring around Wally ahort for Walca-
legle. Plaher had nothing on em one of
the Bankera aald after he had whiffed
vainly three times but that nothlng-
neaa waa apparent throughout the
game ee ven teen of the Bankert retir-
ing via the strike out route. The
Purity Dinger had them on hi hip
throughout pitching mor with hla
heád than with hla arm. He waa wild
at tima p seal tig three Intentionally
taking hla chance of striking out the
following on becauee h knew them
to b weak hitter
Poor Support for Wally.
Wally twirled a remarkably good
gam himself but poor support at
critical time accounted for hla defeat
lilanclng through th summary you
will find that ha to waa Iher with
smoke having eleven atrlke outs to
hi credit but errors by "hi team-
mat when ' ho needed support
allowed baae runners to score.
Tha Bukera put their first run over
In the aecond Inning. Father waa safe
on an error by Bvans. He pilfered
and acored from there when William
allowed Chant's left atrlke to gal
away from him.
Banker Came Back.
The Banker came back In the third
and put one across on Brann's singlo.
-v nans lo Williams and a alnglo by
Bunaon. The acore remained a tie.
1 to 1 until the sixth jjerlorl jvben
he Baker hurried another acreee-
only to b tied again In the laat half.
rullerman tingled and went to sec
ond on Davla' single in an effort tu
catch Fullerman away from th bag
Newman throw wild and Fullerman
raced to third. He acorad on Clark'
fielder's chale. Hunter who batted
Just ahead of Clark waa railed Out oh
an Infield fly but according to tho
rula book ha waa ear. Kay Wylle
called th play correctly the Raker
would have had otto more und pos
sible two runs to tlulr credit which
they did not get.
Fullerman waa on third and Uavla
on aeoond when Hunter bopped high
In th air. Wally and William both
went after th fly but both stopped
and lot th pellet hit the earth. Wylle
held that It was an Infield fly and de
clared th hatter out because aecond
and third ware occupied. Section I.
rule II specifically aay that a better
shall be called out In such an event
only when first and aacand or first
aecond and third are occupied.
With the acor still tied In th sev-
enth the extra Innings wore necessary.
The struggle continued through the
eighth Inning and Into the ninth be
fore a core was mad.
Bnuui Muffed the Ball
In the first of tho ninth Klshcr
tingled and atole eecond. Chant filed
to Brann. but th big right garden
kepr muffed the ball and Chant waa
safe. Plaher remained on second unit
Adktna singled and them romped
home just ahead or Chant. .Th
Bankers were ttnabl to put a man
past aecond and when Bunson struck
out the game waa over.
7 1 e l o o t
By Johnion I. by
ii I orr Howie t.
Johnion I otr
if I It
Totals 5... M 10 If tt 4
' Innings pitched
' Runs loads orr Johnson
Hit apportioned orr
Three be-e nil leyva
stolen Maes: calligher Campbell. Toen
star. Baleech Welsi.
Bacrlflce lull: Brleeeli. perry
Birurkoul: D Johnson I by Welti 0.
. asset oti btUs: By Weus t. by Hawlt !
Halters hit By Johnson. I.
lint bate on errors: Times 1 Oas Co. i
Left en basts tits Co i. Timet 1.
lined ball: By Howie
Of 17 run.
The local with Johnson pitching
fin hall after the first two Inning.
waa never n dancer. The visitors
h me three of their four rune In th
first two innings and than eould get
hut one mora during th other eeven
Innings. Clark with a triple a dou-
ble and a alngle led tn tha onalaught
for the local with Daly and ward
following each of th latter hitting
for th elrcult. Besides being hit
hard Kane was unsteady and gave
rive bates on balls.
MoUeever Played Mar lisiar.
Tommy Hmtth and Robinson of th
viadora alen found little difficulty
In hitting th slants of Johnson but
their hita cama at the wrong tlms and
whenever they became dangerous
Johnson would tighten up and helped
by some nice ridding by tha locals
would retire me side. Mcoeever
played a atar game at short tor the
locals while Bmlth and Unnimma for
the visitors were unsteady both con
tt uniting a couple of errors.
AB R H PO A E
By IBs ! nil . Press
gl. Lout. April tt With Mana-
ger Rickey away addreeslng a Bun-
day achool class Jimmy Austin piloted
th Bt. Louie Americans to a 4 to 1
victory over Dtrolt today. Bt Lsouls
rot the oppoalng pitcher at oppor-
nne moments and took advantage or
the visitors' errors.
cote R. II It.
Detroit '. 1 7
si. i a o Is 4 I 3
Batteries: Dauas. Dubuo and Stan-
age; Wellman and Croaaln
BrlatoW of . .
Maok. p . . .
Kane p . . r . .
Lyman lb .
Brann. rf . .
Russell. Ib .
Walker ir .
Kvant as . .
Wally. P ...
Clark cf j
Ward Ib .
Ouynap. 1 b
Daly. If . .
rf .w 4
II 14 11
II PO A
Naos. 4: White Box. B.
lip thr taaoclaicd Prctu
Cleveland. April 2. Cleveland
won tho final gam of th series from
Chicago today 4 to 3 Blending waa
a puttie ano would nave scored a
shut-out but for poor suonort In the
Score R. ii. ):.
Chicago I 7 1
Cleveland 4 11 t
Halt eric: Scott. Clcotte. Faber and
Hcnaiu; tjianding and Carlsch.
BY KANSAS CITY
A I AO ONE HOME RUN OFF IT K -
f-tve CatlCAOO OUTLAW AGORE'
41 i; II 17 14 4
Score by Inning
Santa Rita 310 001 100 4
Hurley 701 010 4x 17
Summary Home run. Ward and
Daly; three baa hit Clark; two base
hits. MeUeever Clark. Powell. Smith:
base on balls off Johnson I; off
víaos i- orr Kane o: struck out ny
Kank n by Johnson. 5; sacrifice hits.
Italy. Clark. Powell; stolen batee
l lobinsón. Clark Smith. Klrchman:
double playa. Karthman to Klrchman:
Kane unassisted: MeUeever to Powell
tn Quynep. Umpires liarrod and
Balm. Time I houra 15 minuta.
SUPERIOR STICK WORK AND
I'll l.lllNti BtUNQS VICTORY
Two Home Huns ilc Pirates First
omc Willi Chicago Ninth Inning
muy tvniHMU JVtan for cube.
standing of the Clubs.
Total 11 I 37 I
AB. It. H. TO. A. K
s. sirena soWhwait wind swept ma Si
lata club ratvg yetlerdty morning
and made god scores ampossmie.
mg is Use showing made Is th
k4 naneare eat
l 1 11. i .
i yards mo yards
off-kind proas. Total.
4 at 81
Darnell. Sb ..
Pulleman as .
Hunter lb . .
link lb ....
.11 4 I'll I 4
Total . . .
Out on Infield fly
The score by Innings
Rio Bank Ml ii"' '
Purity Bakers 1 OUrX02 4
Summary Stolen bate pavtt.
Fit her. Alkrworth. Bunaon Perkins
truck out By Fisher. 17; by Wally.
41. Bates en baits Off Plshar .
Double play Russell to Bvaaa to
Bunaon. Wild pitcher By Wally I.
Passed balls By Williams. 1 by
Chant. 1. Umpire Wiley.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee I; St.
At lndl.ntol!s Indianapolis. 4-7;
At Columbia Col ubibuk. ; .Cleve-
W make all our own pit. Try one
Weston's lit gave Antonio (Adv.)
Won. Loat. P. Ct
Pittsburg I 0 .KB
Philadelphia I I .714
Brooklyn. I . .714
i.inrinnan 4 .400
Chingo 4 f .400
8k I ouis i I J)
Mw York ni
Boston t i m
Where Tkey Ptey Tsday
I'lil-burg tt Chicago.
Bl. Loeli al Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Button.
Philadelphia at Mtw York.
Hu lite isteeielrtf Prrtt
Cincinnati April 31. Cincinnati
played superior ball both In the field
ano at hat ano acicateo m uoula 1
tat .1 today. Ylnxllnx pitched mag
nlficent ball yielding only four hit.
Score it- H. E
Bt Louis 3 4
Cincinnati I I
Batteries: Sailer. Hopper and Sny
der: Tingling and Clark.
Cuba. 4; Piratee .
by tar titéetele' Presa
Chicago April II. Home run
Or ues by Hyatt and Mitchell gats
Pittsburgh the rirst gam of the
serle with Chicago here todav. I
I. Pittsburgh fought hard to stavu
pff a ninth inning rally by th locals
gad sent McQuillan to the mound In
place of conoeimgn whan two Chi-
cago na wars on bases with hone out.
Sent) ! It HL E
Pittsburgh ..I t
Chicago 4 It
Batter!': Conáelman. McQuillan.
Cooper and Coleman; Lavender and
Mullen tor tnitlsnsnnlla au. us
ismis Sale When Hit Meant Huns.
aira wms it ame o tu t.
FEDERAL I I (.t 1
Standing of (he (Tuba.
Won. Loll. Par cl.
Loull a t
Imorf... ...... 1 1
lata ' a
Brniklyn ....?!.' i ' Í
Indlanipolli 4 t
Kansas City.. 1 7
Pittsburg t' 1
Ninth inning Rally Win lor Ds-nver.
Omaha ruts Away Two of isanetrs
Bsyonalta In Swatf ret . .
Standing of Ote Club.
won. lioat. rut.
belli er 7 t .771
Bl. Joseph r..e
bet Moines 14 M4
Wichita i 4 i .444
Blout City ;.. i I .444
Toptkt 4 4 .444
Omaha i I a Jffl
Lincoln......... I M
CAVADRYXEE RUflHEn TO HCKNK
WHEJUD TJOCPOKJT PITS Ml It
WAS PRACTMtWG faaaOOTB.
W hers Tkrv Play Taday
Denver at Wlchlkt.
Lincoln at Topeka.
Bl. Joaeph tt BloUl t.lty.
. ues Moines at Utnaht.
ñu thr s socks fast Press
Topeka Kas . April 11. Toptka
batted two Lincoln pitcher hard and
won from Lincoln today. Monroe a
youngster who ucceeded Cooney after
th locals had scored fie runs kept
the hits scattered until the eighth In-
ning. Brown' error after two war
out gave Uncoln three run In th
fifth. Boor: R. H. v..
Topka I If 1
Uncoln I It 1
Batterl: Brown and McAllister;
Cooney. Monro and Meyer.
Denver B; Wichita ft. .
BD ISt AsteeStte Press
Wichita. Ka.. April A ninth
Inning rally gave Denver a victory to
day. Th last three Innings were
played In a drlasllng ram.
Score: R. H. B.
OOllfSl ............ " . -
u i. hits .; i ii 4
Batteries. Wetsell Qaskell and
Spahr; Durham and Orsham.
Omaha IS; Dea Molne I.
Bt Ike Associated Press
Omaha Neb.. April l. Omaha
pounded two of Isabel!' recruit pitch-
er. BelMbury and Slattery. while th
visitors controbutsd freely to the error
column and won by IB to 1. Lester
Stsrsnson pitched good ball for th
local and his team mates played
stellar fielding games. Tex Jones
lammed on ovar the canter fence for
th only run mads by De Molne.
Score: it. U.K.
Omaha 1 1 I
l íes Molne 1 I IB
Batteries: Stevenson and Bheatak
SalUbury Slattery and Haley.
Slouk City la.. April U. Bt. Joseph-
sioux City gam postponed: rain.
r M.IHt. COAST l.EWH F
Wkere Tkey Play Tedey.
No gmea scheduled. .
By i e i ssoei.i ic.i Prtti
Chicago April I. Kanaa Cltv mat
14 hit on a homo run off a brace
of Chicago pitcher today.
cor: T. r. m
Kansas Cltv ts is o
Chicago 4 10 4
Batteries: Kenning and Easterly.
Prendergast; Brentmn and Wilson.
badiana po lit B; Bt. Louis . .
By fsr tsaecltilrd Prut
Indianapolis. April tt. Mullen held
Bt. Loula safe whsn hits would have
meant runa today and (he locals won.
t lo 1. Wtllett weakened In the
aeventh and fndlsnspolla secured four
runa Score: R. h b.
St. Louis if t a i
Indlanapolla fi g 4
Betune: wniett and Hartley:
Mullen and Texter.
rem drtrara. Phone 110-
Btssdlss f ike Ciaba
Won. Loll. Per It
I o Angeles
Where Tbcy Pity Todty
Mo gunei scheduled
17 I H
II 10 .000
II II .4
10 11 .US
I II sw
At uakltnd (morning am)
Afternoon game (al Baa Franeltro;
Ban Francliea I
At L01 Angelei (morning game)
L01 Angelsa IB
After noon game
Sacramento ; t
Los Angela I
By Ikt tt socio Kit Pre
Washington April II. An Aroeri
can. vouched for being reliable who
has lust arrived at Eagle Pasa. Texas.
from Musequts a town In Coahutla
about 100 miles distant from Ragle
Pass reports that the federal bar
taken from Rosedla ranch la horses.
lilO mules and 11000 cattle.
Por correct gl
nsest. se El Pase
Same Not Yet Divulged Bat law-
yer are Promised Something As-
(By T. H. rjCHNBIDAiT.)
Dr. McCamaat captain of Us team
of medical men which will tomorrow
afternoon at Washington park meet
a team mad up of lawyers captained
by Harry OrambUng yesterday af-
ternoon announced that every man on
his team Is In fin condition and. If
defeated he will have no excuses to
offer save that he might mention
the trifling fast that half of his men
were cripples sad tha other half
The cantaln of tha Doctora was
somewhat wrought un lata .yesterday
arternoon and for a little while mere
was g likelihood of there being no
gam. As ha been persistently ru
mored the doctors have an "un-
known" who ts a pitcher. 1 the. whole
waahttand pitcher basin and jar. The
medlcoa have been keeping him out
of tha city limits In order to conceal
his Identity and alao to keep their
rieais rrom tampering witn mm.
Yesterday afternoon aome of the
lawyers discovered the hiding placo
of the pherlom and telephoned down
town that there was a bunch of .Mex
icans attacking the powder house a
few miles below the city. The rumor
resulted In all kind of excitement
extras were Issued and a squadron of
Unete Sam'a cavalry was rushed to
th scene. The soldiers found that it
waa only th "unknown" practicing
by throwing a baseball against tho
aide of the houae. So much speed did
he display that the contact of the ball
against the house sounded like artil-
lery fire .
Heruae Divulge His Name.
Anyway h ha been discovered
and the doctor hav been forced to
bring him to the city although thy
still refuse to divulge his name Joe
Bryan who will oppose the unknown
on the mound la not worrying. He Sn
atlll buey with explanations to all wfto
win listen that the pin ran badly
for him and good for anybody eio.
Someone told Bryan that If he en
cased hi pitching arm In soft bread
slough and baked It the result would
be marvelous. Bryan thereupon
rented a bakery and started to try
out tho theory. Some of hi team
mate caught him and ho explained
that It was onli-a low down tr
Thla game between theaoetors and
the lawyers will be staged at Wash-
ington . park tomorrow afternoon
Both cluba are made op of sosa nr
the most prominent na sen bars of their
respective professions who will forget
the cares and trials of professional
life to become youngsters again tu
make life better for some dill ring
young man. The gam la being played
for th benefit of th univertlty schol-
arship fund and every dollar taken in
at th gate will help swell ths fund
Tats gao an unusual affair and
has alwaya developed both sport of
good class and plsnty of excitement
ef th Club
Won. Lost Par et.
Galveston 41 7 .
Beaumont 7 JkB)
Wlco 7 .Ml
Fon Worth 0 B J
Houston 8 10 .444
AstUn. .. 1 eOB
MUa 7 0 jm
Sin Antonio.- T 10 .411
where They Play TeBay
Austin at Houston.
Was st Oalvttton. ?
Dalla at Beiumont.
Fort Worth at Ban Antonio.
Austin. Tet.. April 9s. pitcher Ogles
working ob the mound for Wsee this ar
ternoon shut out tha lor sis without g bit
nd but twenty-nine man raced htm during
the game. Hla work was perfect and but
for ta 0 errors behind him not a local bats
nun would btve reached first during the
nine Inning". score
iV5"11 : i I 4
wseo ". 1 9
Bu tenes : Millar Bmlth and Hilgbi Ogles
ai Beaumont: .
Batteries: Bram and Bettt;
At Sea Antonio:.
Houston. . .
.... I 0 I
'.'.V.T.V.V.V.'.' 1 ii) s
units. Fort worth game postponed wei
Al Mobile: Mobile 7. Birmingham .
M New Or I tans. New Orleans 0 Mont-
gomery 0. I
At Memphis- Mempjbli 0. Nashville 1.
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Ashevill. N. C 62.45
Hendersonville N. C 6245
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Pittsburg Pa. 74.20
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, April 27, 1914, newspaper, April 27, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197004/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.