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EL JA SO HERALD April 28 191- News Of the Great Southwest
-News Of tlie Greai: Southwest
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make a valuable addition to the pitch
Vith a string of six slab artists
the locals loom up strong in that de
partment, but are weak behind the
bat. Volbrecht. the big first sacker.
is laid up temporarily with a badly
split finger. Parks will play left field,
rather than Samuel.
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Strong Dope From Both
Clifton, Ariz.. April 28. The Clifton
Baseball association has completed all
arrangements for the opening of the
Cactus league season hero Saturday
afternoon. Additional funds have been
subscribed to support the team until It
gets under way, and the initial game
will be attended with all the ceremon
ies of a big league opening.
Arrangements have been made with
the Morencl Southern and the new
Shannon Arizona railways to run a
special train from Morencl, bringing
down the players and a big following
Nearly all of the stores wai cios
- vnn t-n innnr nf the occasion ana I
the ceremonies will commence after
dinner with a band concert in front of
the liotel or postoffice. Following will
be the parade to the grounds In South
Clifton, and George Fraser, mayor of
Clifton, will deliver a.n address. PresI-
dent E. M. TVillia-ns, of the baseball
association, will pitch the first ball
over the plate.
On Sunday the season will be form
ally opened in Morenci and the same
arrangements for a special train to
take the large delegation of Clifton
supporters have been made. The open
ing there will be attended with much
the same ceremonies as In Clifton.
Lack of team worlv is still plainly
evident and this is particularly notice
able in the Infield. The selection of
turning to umpire trie league games i
here left a gap at second. Duffy, who
was tried out there, developed a bad
arm. The outfield Is working good,
but the entire team Is showing up very
poor at the bat. The work of Scanlon
in the box is particularly pleasing to
the fans and if Stanley rounds In
shape, the pitching department will
Manager Riley has secured infielder
Newall. who has been playing in the j
Trolley league on the coast all winter.
He should arrive Friday In time to
warm up for Saturday's game, and will
probably be used at short, -W. Mason
being switched to second, thus filling
the weak spot.
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Baseball bngs are not as bod as some
others. Sec those foolish golfers out
at the eountrj- club cliaslus little 1II
nil o-cr Fort Bliss and Mount Fr.-iuklin
for the fun of buying: .somebody else's
dinner and a reasonable excuse to swear.
Just because they call him "3Iex,'
it's no sign he is. His name is Mc
Carty, and If that's Mex, so is Kelly,
and Sullivan, and Svteeney. They call
him Mex because his face ! sun burn
ed to a crisp, and for no other reason
G. Roger McCarty (he likes it sign
ed that Taj) was horn in McDaile, Tex.,
July 11. 1S91. G. Roger did nothing
baseballesque until he went to hic;h
school. He held down different posi
tions on the school team for two years.
Then he started out on a semi-pro ca
reer. He played In the Austin district
and with the San Antonio city league.
Then G. Roger went to Sour Lnke
and went in the oil business. He stuck
at that for tvro years until signing
with the El Paso club.
It in rumored that G. Roger has is
sued a statement viherein he declares
preference to playing ball against be
ing: a Rockefeller; that It is more hon
est to steal bases than umpire the price
of oil. G. Roger should know! He wu
In the oil business once himself.
TAIiE SLAB ARTIST I,r"ES
TJP TVITH MOREXCI TEAM.
Morenci. Ariz., April .28. The Mo
renci lineup has been greatly strength
ened by the arrival of four more men
and the indications are that they will
nresent one of the strongest combina
tions In the league when the season ,
opens Saturday. .
The "Wilson brothers, Jim and JakQ,
are a pair of clever infielders -who
have been playing winter ball on the
coast- Jim was with last year's team.
Merritt, who finished the season here
last year, is a former Tale pitcher,
having led Eli's to a famous -victory
over Harvard. He has speed and' con
trol. Parks, another pitcher, comes
from the Canadian league, and If he is
half as good as his reputation, he will
make things buzz. Jones, of last year's
team, has also joined the club, and will
Popular Dry Goods Com
pany Employes Take the
Lead First Practice
EI Paso's latest baseball dope con
tains the news of a baseball .earn to
be organized by the Popular Dryoods
company. A. Zozayas and Leon Stre
Htz are acting organizers of the team,
and they have signed up six men. Zo
zayas will pitch, having held that po
sition with the Smelter team, making
. good showing. StrelDtz will cover
first bag. The other positions, already
filled, are catcher, second base, left
field and shortstop. Maurice Schwartz
'is greatly in favor of the organiza
tion. Organization of 'the Popular team
is expected to be a first step (towards
ia commercial bajeball league at El
The new team will meet next Sun
day for practice and to complete the
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CLOVIS DEFB1TS ROSWTELIi.
Roswell, X. M., April 28. To the tune
of 9 and 6. Clovis defeated Roswell.
It was the first game of a three days'
series. LeClaire was baited out of the
box in the seventh, with 11 hits against
him. Clovis made nine runs, 12 hits
and five errors, and Roswell six runs,
five hits and four errors.
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THE "known in El Paso" brand of
baseball players were shining
in the big league Wednesday.
The best piece of news was the perform
ance of Harry Mclntyre with the Cubs.
In the one to nothing game with Pitts
burg, Harry worked like a well oiled
machine, held the Pirates to seven
scattered hits and won his game for his
team. Mclntyre was -secured from
Brooklyn this spring and has made
more than good with the Cubs, having
won a permanent place in the first di
vision of the pitching staff. His work
against the world champs was spoken
of in the telegraphic reports of the
game as brilliant and it looks as if
Harry was due to lose the title of the
of which juakes a baseball game inter
Splashed up as the top line attraction
at the American Music hall in Chicago,
I3 one J. Kling. late of Kansas Citv one
year late to be exact. Kling is not in
the gamie yet, as he is not quite in con
dition, but he 1 batting over the 300
mark at the music hall, where he walks
on the stage twice eaoli day, turns right
around and walks right off again. There
was an awful roar made when Kling
announced his unique mefhod of paj-ing
that $700 and Tom Lynch swore by all
the gods of baseball that there would
be nothing doing in a vaudeville way
"vvithTK. C. Johnny. But someone re-
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hard luck pitcher of the major leztgue. 41ented, for Kling is getting away nith 1
He Is In fast company now, which is to
his liking and is getting away with
a rush, thanks to the El Paso brand of
climate which the husky boy soaked up
here last -winter. "With the New York
Giants there were two EI Paso favor
ites working against Philadelphia.
Mathewson was pitching for the Giants
and big chief Myers was working be
hand the bat. Christy lost his game
but allowed but six hits to the team
Globe is in the gaane with a strong
team and will play the Safford team j
his wordless monolog at the American
and is likewise toting off large chunks
of that 700 plunks. Kling says he can
get In condition in three days, but
Chance is taking no chances on him,
which is 110 joke, but a fact, for the
big fellow has had to occupy a cold
and deserted bench among the also rans
while his teammates of two years ago
frisk and frolic through the usual nine
innings. All of which gives rise to the
thought that it erves him right.
Saturadsr and Sunday to the accompani
ment of a carload or jnore of rooters
from the Old Dominion town on the G.
Y., G. & X. Globe is a little out of the
way for El Paso, or El Paso Is a bit
out of the way for Globe, depending I
upon the point of view, but the Interest
in the game at Globe is as keen as it j.
is in the immediate vicinity of the first
itwo boxes to the left of the grand
stand when the home team Is winning,
that being the place where the 33 de
ree fans hold forth. Later in the sea
son when things are going good. Globe
will come to El Paso for a series of
games with the .locals.
"Washington park will not be vacant
Saturday in spite of the fact that the
home club will be en tour. The High
school and Militarv Institute teams
have a little grievance to settle in a f
baseball way and have selected Satur
day afternoon as the time and Wash
ington park as the place. As for the
girl, she will be there in all her glo"j
of school colors and refreshing enthu
siasm. Both teams have been shifting
the lineup of players, working out ev
ery available kink and the game Sat
urday fc expected to be a real test ot
the strength of the two prep, school
teams. Grady, the doughty little third !
baseman for the high school team, has
been muzzled and put behind the bat
and Lvraan nulled in from the outfield
io cover the left hand sack. At the !
institute, the boys are depending upon
STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
By Art Woods.
WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY.
Brooklyn at Boston. ,
New York at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Pittsurg.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Philadelphia at New York.
Boston at "Washington.
Oklahoma City at "Waco.
Fort "Worth at San Antonip.
f Shrevepbrt at Houston.
Dallas at Galveston.
. HOW THEY STAND.
Played. Won. Lost.
Philadelphia .. 9 7 2
Pittsburg .... 7 5 2
Chicago 7 5 2
New York . ., 10 7 3
Cincinnati . . .1. 7 3 4
Boston .- 9' 3 6
St Louis ."-... 9 2 "7
Brooklyn 10 2 S
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