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BOXING SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BASEBALL
National league magnates at their
meeting in New York yesterday
adopted a schedule, invested Presi
dent Tener with additional power and
confabbed long and ardently about
trades and sales, each fellow trying
to get the best of it, naturally.
Following are the opening games
of the schedule, carded for April 12:
Chicago at Cincinnati, Pittsburgh at
St Louis, Boston at Brooklyn, and
New York at Philadelphia.
The Chicago home schedule calls
for 11 Saturday games, 14 Sunday
games and the Decoration day and
Labor day doubleheaders on the
North Side, which is fine treatment
Following are the home games of
the Cubs: With Cincinnati, April 20,
21, 22; June 20, 21, 22, 23, 24; Sept
4, 4, 5. With Pittsburgh, April 23,
24, 25, 26; May 7, 8; June 25, 26, 27,
28; Sept 10. With St Louis, April
27, 28, 29, 30; May 1, 29, 30, 30; Sept
3, 30; Oct 1. With Boston, May 10,
11, 12; July 7, 8, 9, 10; Aug. 24, 25,
26, 27. With New York, May 13, 14,
15, 16; July 19, 20, 21, 22, 23; Aug.
18, 19. With Brooklyn, May 17, 18,
19, 20; July 15, 16, 17, 18; Aug. 20,
21, 22. With Philadelphia, May 21,
22, 23, 24; July 11, 12, 13, 14; Aug.
28, 29, 30.
President Tener now has absolute
power to act on protested games and
there is no appeal from his decision.
While their owners were dickering
with politics, various managers were
around trying to do business in the
trade line and some deals were start
ed. The Boston Braves have be
come convinced that Butch Schmidt
is serious about retiring and want a
new first baseman. A bid has been
made for Ed Konetchy, property of
the Pittsburgh Feds. Boston is also
after Jack Murray, sold to Kansas
City by the Cubs, but who was yes
terday declared a free agent at the
national league meeting.
One more of the remaining rnem
i.ers of the old Indian clan that held
sway in baseball is about to pass.
New York has asked waivers on
Chief Meyers. Brooklyn may take a
chance on him, but the Indian has
undeniably slipped, both in batting
Jim Thorpe is now the only red
skin of prominence left in the big
leagues, and Jim has not yet been
able to grab a regular job against the
A report from Toledo says that
Roger Bresnahan, last year man
ager of the Cubs, is through dicker
ing for the Cleveland American ass'n
team and will try his luck collecting
from the Cubs for the next two years.
His contract will have to be carried
out says Roger. The terms of the
agreement have never been given
out but the actions of both Roger
and the Cub president make it ap
pear that Roger has some kind of a
strong hold on the club and cannot
be traded or sold without his con
sent Roger will return to Chicago for
some more conversation with Weegh
man. His case must certainly be
settled by the time the team leaves
for the Tampa training camp.
Tex Rickard has shifted the date of
the Moran-Willard fight from March
17 to March 8. Final articles for the
meeting are expected to be signed in
New York today.
Oak Park 25, Lewis 5.
Lincoln 30, Third Presbyterian 20.
Waller 19, Lane 17.
Lane 25, North Division 12.
Bowen 20, Calumet 12.
Crane 31, Harrison 10.
Evanston 41, New Trier 16.
Joie Ray and Jo Loomis are not
having much Juck on their athletic
swing through the east being forced
to follow the heels of -the eastern
speeders. Loomis, carrying C. A. A.
colors, finished third in a special 100
yard race at New York, Howard Drew
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