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Tills WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, APRIL 1G, 1915.
School Nines Are Active Saratoga Loses Rich Futurity Baker Still Idle
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CARD SEVEN GAMES
FOR SCHOOL TEAMS
WITHIN TWO DAYS
Eastern and Western Take
Short Trips in Maryland for
ST. ALBANS TEAM IS BEATEN
Peine and Groseclose Land Con
test With Hits for Red and
By BRYAN MORSE.
With the championship baseball
series but a week off the hij?h schools
are rushing into games daily now,
seven being scheduled for today and
tomorrow on the local fields and out
of town. Central, Business, and
Tech are takinp; on tcins today
while tomorrow Western, Tech,
Eastern, and St. Albpns ret action.
Business received a 7 to 0 troun
cing at the hands of the Gallaudet
team yesterday, but will go out to
M. A. C. for a scheduled game to
day. Central is taking on the Brook
land A. C, while Tech goes over to
do battle withH.he Georgetown Preps
on the Hilltop.
Tomorrow, at Sattcileo Field In thr
mornlnc. Dunham b Lathi School, of
Baltimore, will b mi against the St
Albans team. To h ropj drmn to con
vince the Episcopal lllch School team
At Alexandria that It bus a better ag
gregation and to inaKe u better showing
than Cential. Husinoss and Western.
Eastern and Western -tie off on Hipp
tomorrow. The l'astei tiers bo to Char
lotte Hall, while Western Koes to
Poolesvlll. Md . to l.t the 111 la 1
Wall Military Academj.
Western got tbo long end of h (-lo-."i
core against Si. Albans rMtdi on
Batterlce Fi"Id. Mnnh iillt bed fot
St Albans and got aua nif i K i Mix
Innings. Western got next to l m In the
sixth and pounded out thin inn I 'ai
mer Stearns connecting fni tingle
with three on bare. St h,in. got three
runs In the first inning and inicd In
the seventh. hen Lcarll ttit h life on a
bad bouncing ball which went Toi a lilt.
And March got credit for it bonier when
the ball went undet th" feiu In light
Ghoseclose. O'Urlen. and I'i'Iii" .sewed
nn the camn foi W'cati i n ill the ninth.
Peine led off with n hit. tlilen pacrl-
need and Groscuose ci In I'cme
with -a stnele to left tj mien got "rid
of Daniels and fatinnl Tlinr Holmes
and Davidson In the fiml ? "ion
Business could not b t M- iJiillaucIct
fllngers vestrdav, u'mI nt foi c ed to
take a 7 to 0 defeat 1 it tit nnd Ralph
Wise weio the onh RuMii'K plawrt,
to eonnett for hits HiisIiict he'd C.nl
latidot to one run for fH - innings, but
could not hit Ferguson or 1 ivh.
I i no , ufiuuii, aim wi' uiu
utral held trial at i:pleopa! High ( pall, ..Winthi- )s t1P ntc
byrrroiev: iJ.'i'ivrund .-r r .
1 that the Central iiinneis IKrdof the Johnson-YVUIard flsl
up to expectation?
iiniiiiin eni"nt f
the teams to run at PlilladHphl i nel
weeK nie epecien to ne nniu """'"'.
Western High School "ill m ml n ten
nis team to I rcderickbis it I"- i
mortow. Puller. I? ikei and lutlon
probably will go down fo. 'stern I
At least two of the liish s hnol tram?
are weak in Ibe lvo t lil .ein.nn
Where Tech. Knsfin. and P.mi v . i
have good bomi n "enirtii 1 ' '
ern hao sufteied m iomini'MV ! ' - .
lleb nnd Cox h been the iv 'n '
for Cential. whi'e iHien "iid !' d
have done the vmk ft" U.urin
O'Brien has br-en bit fn?c bin In'
gotten awa nlceU with hi" games
- Elmer llaidcll. Tech'1- iuartennll"i. is
at present out foi the !af.cbill team, and
flxpects to land a berth in the outtleld
He Is a goon niiiei ,umi iaFi on ui"
bases, and may make the tini before
the school ."cites staii
Baxter Da id -on foi in i Tei h nt'hei
playing with SI lb.iii. I ilevlopinsr
lnti a i-hI loin 1mc.Ihi Ik liaiidl'il
March in faulllf st c eitonln
Little of Bumi i ' -Tnif. to be ,i liit-
tr as well m n piti hei lneei game,
he has ionnecte, foi .'no oi mote bit .
Little and Djei oi i;sUin an ilea
for the strikeout honoii thW ifiihon as'
each has tweHe in i minlc game.
Phillies Keep Up. I
BOSTON. jmiI 1' Pit Mm. ins Phil-'
lies kept to fielr 1 ft" p i cent In taking
the second game iw.m the liamplon
JJraves Score. 7 ' I Tenitli lulling
in tho fourth an' icntn inning, to-1
nether with hoMiii. loose ucining imi.
tho ntoi. The si no ! innings
i; n 1.1
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Praxes ' ""' '"-' ' '
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Celebrates His Return to Giants
By Holding Superbas Safe
in First Appearance.
NEW YORK, April 16. Two great
pitchers, Marquard and rtucker. wore
the central figures In tho aianta' 2 to 0
white-washing of tho Superbas, tho
Hube having turned" tho trick In no
hit style. Three men sot as far as first
base, during Marquard's occupancy ol
tho mound, two by means of tho four
ball route, and one as a result of an
error by Fletcher. It was Marquard s
fltst appearance, and caused tbo fans
much Joy, as ho was nearly lost to th
Podorals last winter.
Matquord brightened his no-hlt rec
ord to tho extent of connecting for n
clean drive, thereby scoring the second
hit for tho Giants. The score by In
nlrgs: R. II. E.
Suncrbss 000 CM) 00O-O (I 2
Giants OOOlOOlOx-2 8 1
Batteries Superbas, Ruclcer, Egan,
and Miller; Giants, Marquard and
Team Changes Hands
NEWARK. N. J., April 16. The New
ark baseball club of the International
.League, changed hands when C'corge
Solomon, C. If. Medlcus, and II. W. Med
Icus'took over the stock of the club.
The new owners have re-engaged Harry
Smith as manager. Solomon imJ Medl
cus acquired tho controllng Interest with
202 shares of the 400 owned by C. B.
Ebbets nnd the McKcevcr brothers, of
the Brooklyn National league club.
f II. Medlcus is the son of H. W.
Medlcus, treasurer of tho Brooklyn club
Solomon will be president of the club , C
II. Medlcus. vice president, and II. W.
The new owners announcca jcsieraay
N - T PERF0R1
that the players had been ordei ed to ; j " Thc lHtt'0r- friends are frw and far
r-Wermay sinTfu'r ?SB,Ton,tWthrd' m"W th" lhttn""on WlVll
Lakcwood, and if this Is not possible
thev will get In shape at Wiedenmayer'.s
Park here," said Mr. Moiomon "we
don't expect to havo any trouble In sign
nalor clubs wi I have to cut down the r
snuads to twen'y-one men. and we will I
get some o ' these mtn sent to tlTemin-
ing up a strong team Decausc an me
get some o
Duncan May Come Here
To Play for Golf Title
LONDON. Apr'l 16 George Duncan,
tho Hanger Hill professional, said to
day that he might visit the United I
States this summer to compete for the
open championship Thc tourney will
be held at Baltusrol In June. He will
decide finally at tho end of the month,
when J. II. Taylor, of M!d-Surrc, and
James Bia'd, of Walton Heath, will
also make their decisions known. Kd
ward Ray and Harry Vardon will leave
shortly for anothei tour of the United
Wants Finish Match for
Mike Gibbons and Clabby
NEW YORK, April 16 -A finish fight
between .Ilmm.t Clabby. the Hammond,
Iim , demon, and Mike Gibbons, the St.
p would like to stage the fight at Tla-
ijna, believing the Cubans aro now real
I light fans
Ptrayer's Business College took Its
fourth straight game yesterday defeat
ing tho Drlllery team bv a scorn of 8 to
j. fr'traver's made eleven hits off Wood
Oallai'det, 7, Business, 0.
Western, ; St. AlbatiB, 5.
Lincoln, 12: Commerce, 2.
North Carolina, 12; Richmond. 2
rtny, 10, Lafayette, 7.
llaoard, fi; Maine, 2
South Carolina. 1i, Pa idson, 4
Michigan, H, Washington and Lee, 2
Mississippi A and M , 7, Georgia
ricmsan 12, Wofford, 1
.State College, 10, West Virginia, 1
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By LOUIS A. DOUOHEK.
Rubo Marquard's spectacular no-htt-no-run victory, following Horb
Pennock's one-hit and Walter Johnson's two-hit games, indicates an ex
tremely high order of twirling for thus early in tho season. With such a
beginning, all previous records on thfe mound may bo due for hard falls
before the gray afternoons of October appear.
Marquard's work means something to him. He wns out there on
the hill before thousands of fans who eagerly waited for a chance to
jump on him for his flopping and roflopping during the winter. Mar
quard's connection with tho Federal League has not heightened his popu
larity with Polo Ground rooters, and the mental strain under which he
toiled yesterday must havo been great. However, coming through with
a perfect game, barrinp two passes, Marquard may now draw a little
breath. The fans will stand for him as long as he wins. When he be
gins to totter well, let's wait till then.
Urban Fabcr, tho young White Hox pitcher, exhibited llrst-class stuff
In St. Louis yesterday, too. Jim Vaughn opened the Cubs' season with an
excellent brand of twirling. Grovcr Cleveland Alexander, for tht Phillies,
did likewise yesterday In Boston. Porhaps tho batters aro up against better
.pitching this spring than has been eoen
ments concerning spring baseball. One. has It that the pitchers ought, to
uln, tho batters yet bolng unable to gauge the twists and turns of a pitched
bull. Tho other haa it that tho battsrs ought to hit, tho pitchers not yet
being In perfect condition, looking over tho work In the two major leagues
for two days, It Is possiblo to use both arguments and have examples. The
White Sot slaughtered the Brownies yesterday. The Giants did the same for
tho Dodgers tho day before. Indeed, baseball Is filled with anomalies. It Is
the best little provider of arguments In the world. That's why It's the na
tional pastime of theso United States.
Being caught between bases and then running back Instead of forward
hardly seems the proper caper. The Urlffmon twice turned this trick yester
day. Eaoh iltne a slow runner Dtajed on tho paths al. tho expense of a
faster man. Williams lived, while Morgan perished. Henry stayed, as
Acoata left. Even today, knowing what leally followed, mightn't it havo
boon better for Williams and Henry to have taken their medicine?
Jim Gllmorc, who admits ho sometimes fibs to cover his league's inter
ests, arrhes in New York In tlmo to start rumors of coming poace In base
ball circles. Gtlmoro's mistake Is seen In his bombastic speech about pos
sible harmony. "We haven't begun to light yet," sas he, a la Paul Jonoa.
Then ho goss on to murmur about the "Pederal League playing second fiddle
to none." If there Is anything In those meetings between Ban Johnson and
Pederal league backers, (Jllmore will wake up some line morning to dis
cover himself a presldont minus any loaguc. It Is doubtful If lie will be taken
Into the councils of the peacemakers.
"Tonsotlal Tonimj " Jones, the 'barber of Kewance " Is inmored to be
about to lose his Job ns barker for the new world's hcayw eight champion.
According to those on the Inside, the barber's contract with Willard cornea to
an end in a few wcks, uud that the champion, disgusted with the tactics of
Jones, will give him the gate A popular manager could make a lot of money
for Willard. Jones' unpopularity is killing tho golden goose. There Is not a
well-informed sporting wrltei In the country who will do an thing to uld
Jess Willard, tiring of the footlights
ring. He prefers to pick up monc in
not blinded bv his honors. lie realizes
nnd thinks that taking on nil comers ma
dav when a real contended nppeits on the tlstk horizon. Willard. backed by
any other than Tom Jones, ought to pi. 1. up large purses in short bouts with
the leading hraUes now In the mg Jin. Cnffe Ountaoat Smith, f'harlie
Wnlnert. unit Al Rolrh are rlamollnc fur
Coffey Is generally lonsideied the bst of the challengers but he could not
endure punishment In his battle with C'-irl Morris, the Sapulpa cheese. Lang
ford has beaten Smith and niitbnxed l rnfi anil Welnert Weinert Is
though' to be to tmall to meet sin h a giant as Wlllntd So there oj are
Willard o'lght to make some money In bouts with these fellows and never
ti.sk his title
A mong the Minors
Indlanapollf. 10 Cleveland, 1
Milwaukee, t.. Minneapolis,
St Paul. 11: Kansas City. 5
Ioulsville, 3. Columbus. 0
South Atlantic League.
Albany. 7: Jacksonville, 1
Savannah. 3. Augusta, a
Charleston. 5. Columbia, a
Macon, 5. Columbus, 4
Nashville. 13. Little Rock. '.
New Orleans, 7, Atlanta, .".
Memphis. 17: Chattanooga. ?
Birmingham. 7. Mobile, r.
Pacific Coast League.
Salt ako. 2, Oakland, 1
Los Angeles, fi: SanFrancisco,
Portland. 5: Venice, 1.
Cardinals Down Cubs.
CHICAGO, April 16. Those Cardinals
sprunr into the win column for the first
time b defeating tbo Cubs, 4 to 2.
Chrnev had a wild dav and did not last
through the third Inning. In that scb
hion the Cards landed on Cheney and
Standridge for three bases on balls. A
stolen base, and two singles Tho score
Cauls 001 000 00O 4 5 1
Cubs 010 010 000-2 .-, 1
Batteries Cards, Doak and Glenn;
Cubs, Standridge, Cheney and Archer.
Harvey Meets Welsh.
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Coney Island Jockey Club With
draws Rich Fixture From
NEW TORIC. April lG.-Saratoga
Springs has lost tho Futurity, tho rich
est t-n o-year-old fixture of tho racing
season, which has been decided over the
track up tho State since thc gates of
the Coney Island Jockey Club, at
Sheepshead Bay, were closed several
This announcement came yesterday
In the way of a short letter from Vlo
tor K. Schaumburg, which read:
"The Coney Island Jockey Club begs
to announce that It has turned over to
the Westchester Racing Association Its
Futurltv Stakes to be run at thc race
course at Belmont Park during tho au
No explanation was offered, but It
was learned on good authority that thc
transfer from Saratoga Springs to Bel
mont park was made without friction
and with thc distinct understanding
that It was for tho best Interest of the
The Futurity Is a produce stakes In
which the mares are nominated be
fore they throw their foals, and Is one
of the most coveted and historic fix
tures of the American turf. When the
Conev Island Jockey Club was forced
to give up racing because of ndverso
legislation this particular stako was
retained, and has been allotted three
times to Saratoga Springs, where It
was won In tutn by S. C. Hlldreth's
Novelty. H. P. Whitney's Pennant and
last year by the Qulney stable's Tro
jan. Its real home, however. Is In the
metropolitan district, and Its return
will be welcomed by racegoers, many
of whom could not afford the time or
the money for a Journey up the State
to see it decided. It should serve as a
stimulus to the sport here next fal.
and no doubt will draw one or the big
gest crowds of the season
It Is estimated that tho race will be
worth closo to $25,CO0 to the winner
When Potomac won. In 1S30, the Fu
turity reached Its high water mark,
Plays Two Games.
L S. S. Mayflower will play St Ellsi
beth Hospital tomorrow on the hitter's
grounds On Sunday the Maflovcr ?nd
Umpire A " tcHnis meet at Ana ostin
grounds. Both games called at : .TO
p m All teams desiring gams with
the Maflowei should communicate vlth
T .1 Stark, manager. Phone Lincoln
Big League Biffers
Of a Day.
Walsh, Browns... 3 3 3 1.000
Daly, Whlto Sox. 1 1 1 1.000
Groh, Reds 2 2 2 1.000
Faber, White Sox 5 4 4 .800
NiehoiT, Phillies.. 4 3 3 .750
Bescher, Cards... 3 2 2 .667
Shanks, Griffs... 3 2 2 .667
Olson, Reds 3 2 2 .667
Shields, Indians.. 3 2 3 .667
Lewis, Red Sox.. G 3 3 .600
Hoblltzcl, Red S. 5 3 4 .600
Mclnncs, Macks.. 4 2 2 .500
Strunk, Macks... 4 2 3 .500
Boone, Yanks.... 4 2 3 .500
Cobb, Detroit 4 2 5 .600
Crawford, Detroit 4 2 6 .500
HoblitzelPs Single Is
Enough to Defeat Macks
PHILADICL.PHIA. April 16. - Dick
HoblltzeU'B single In thc ninth, after
Speaker and Iewls had hopped aiound
the sacks like grasshoppers, gave the
Red Sox their first victory of the year,
the Mickmcn going down. E to 3. With
two gone In tho ninth. Speaker walked.
Lewis pulled the hit-and-run, driving a
single through Barry's position. Speak
er stole home, working a double theft
with Lewis. The latter tallied when
Hoblltrell punched a eafcty. LI Hung
Schang will bo out of the game for a
week or two, suffering with a split hand
received when he stopped a wild heave.
Bush ind Collins were wild as hawks,
giving way to Wyckoff and Mays. The
score by Innings1
Red Sox mi 100 102-6 12 2
Mackmen 000 012 000-3 7 2
Batteries Red Sox, Collins, Mays and
Carlgan; Mackmen, Bush, Wyckoff and
Kills Sunday Baseball.
ALBANY. April 16 -A plea by Assem
blyman McKlroy. aided by anruments
by a dozen of his Democratic colleagues
irom jvcw vorlt, Erie ana Kensseiaer.
failed to bring nls Sunday baseball bill
before the house for consideration. The
measure Is now dead, as the motion to
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mittee failed of passage by a vote of
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Talk With Manager.
PHILADELPHIA. April 16.-"Home
Run" Raker did not report to Connie
Mack yesterday, and the latter said
there were no further developments In
the matter. Baker Is supposed to have
gone to lilH home In Trappe, Md.. to
think over the talk ho had with Man
ager Mack on Wednesday. He Is still
Having no fault to find with the
work of Eddie Murphy at third base In
the two games with the Red Sox, Man
ager Mack Is not worrying any more
about Bakeor than he was during the
winter. Connie would be pleased to
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not asked him to como back, because
Baker retired of his own will and Con
nie expects him to return tho same way,
without anv extra inducements.
Just what cognizance the National
Commission would take In Baker's case
is not known. Baker notified Mack that
he was through with baseball, and ac
cepting the decision as final, Mack did
not order J. Franklin to report. Thcre
foie. Baker has violated no baseball
law. and it Is doubtful If he will have
to receive permission from the National
Commission to play. There will be no
trouble In this respect If Baker makes
up his mind to roturn.
Lincolns Are Winners.
The Lincoln A. C. team continued 1U
winning streak at the expense of th
Commerce team by a 12-to-2 score.
J-ellson. Lincoln's first sacker, got four
hits out of five times at the bat
Blschoff let down the Commerce team
with but two hits.
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