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: SAN ANTONIO’S :
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. ..THE...
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ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
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AND FINEST HOTEL
MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL
No Better or More Complete Motel
of Ito Site (210 rooms) In America
Liberally Conducted on the
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special Attention Paid te
Commercial Men.
P. M. SWEARINGEN A SON.
Managing Directors.
ne Monger
ALAMO PLAZA.
The leading hotel of the city.
Located opposite the beautiful
Alamo Plaza, and famed for Its
cuisine, service and comfortable,
homelike surroundings.
CELLAR CHAMPS
IN HOT FIGHT
Mrs. Baetz Loses Out and is De
clared Winner. Another Even
Break by the Men.
i
TURNER LADIES’ LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Plvd. Won. Lost. P.C.
Miss Wfedenfeld . .12 9 3 .750
I Mrs. Maekeuheimer 8 5 3 .625
। Miss Jensen 8 3 5 .375
I Mrs. Baetz. 10 3 7 .300
Miss Jensen’s team surprised the
I natives yesterday afternoon on the Tur
ner alleys by taking both games from
i Mrs. M. Baetz.
| By this double victory Miss JCnsen
succeeded in pulling out of last place. |
! Mrs. Baetz is now undisputed cham
pion of the cellar brigade,
First Gama.
' Miss Jensen . .32 26 33 30 38 35—194
Mrs. Baetz ....26 53 52 30 21 12—184
Second Game.
i Miss Jensen ..47 27 44 41 25 59—243
Mrs. Baetz .... 9 26 26 47 17 17—142
TURNER BOWLING LEAGUE.
. ’ I
Standing of the Clubs.
Bid. Won. Lost. P. C.
j Haueisen 2 1 1 .500
| Tolle 2 1 1 .500
I Lassner 2 1 1 .500
Koch 2 1 1 .500
Grasso 2 1 1 .500
I Langbein 2 1 1 .500
Fues 0 0 0 .000
I Riedner 0 0 0 .000
Zizelman 0 0 0 .000
I Fritze 0 0 0 .000
Turner league teams are still keeping
i up the even break racket. Six teams ;
have so far bowled this week with each '
winning one game and losing one. Gras-.
Iso’s Giants and Langbein’s Highkies
। split- even last night. Twelves and |
I splashes were common, each team com- |
ing in for its share. Welker, Gloeckner,
Schultze. Mackenheimer, Grasso and
Langbein were the lads who piled, up
the kindling.
First Game.
Grasso 42 53 50 51 57 34—287 |
Langbein .. ..45 4 7 2 5 33 4 5 53—248
Second Game.
Langbein .. ..35 54 64 47 44 43 —287
Grasso 27 34 35 57 54 39—246
Lineup.
Giants: V. Grasso, captain; Wagen
fehr, Zork, Scholl, Elmendorf, Schultze,
Herweck, Mackenheimer, Vanderstrat
ton, Hannich.
Highkies: H. Langbein, captain;
Gloeekner, Kuehn, Gutzeit, Ellsworth,
Schackelhoff, T. Welker, Geo. Icke,
Holliday and Rossy.
Scorer: Mrs. A. Gloeckner.
Preventlcs—those Candy Cold Cure
Tablets—will safely and quickly check
all colds and the Grip. Try them once
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BOWLING NOTES.
Fues and Riedner are scheduled to
entertain the bowlers tonight on the
Turner alleys.
The Missions, winners of third place
in the last City Bowling league, will
I have as their guests tonight on the Mis
sion Garden alleys the K club. A social
game will be the feature, with a Dutch
lunch as a fitting climax.
The Bexar Bowling club members
held a well attended practice bowl last
, night on their alleys at Beethoven hall.
' The Muth’s alleys were occupied by
the K club members in their regular
। practice last night.
LOCAL AMATEUR CLUBS
TO INVADE STICKS SUNDAY.
The invasion of the tall uncut by city
amateur ball clubs is just now the real
' thing in San Antonio. Scarcely a Sun
| day passes that from one to five local
j teams do not buckle on armor, arm
themselves with their trusty war clubs
j and sally forth, only, for the most part,
to come home with drooping feathers
! under the onus of defeat.
Among the timorous ones who will
' venture forth next Sunday are the Jok
ers and Saps, the first going to Boerne
' and the latter to Sutherland Springs.
DR. ’’AUL M. PECK, | Osteopathy
DR. MARY E. PECK, | Hicks Bldg.
Fifth floor. Both abonea
PITCHER EO WALSH
TO REPORT TO SOX
Chicago, 111., April 29. —Faithful fol
lowers of the Chicago American league
team are frantic over the report from
Meridian, Conn., that Pitcher Walsh is
to begin his season’s work in a few
days. He will confer with President
Comiskey, and the salary question,
which has been the cause of his failure
to report will probably result in a com
promise. Walsh was holding out for a
, salary of $7500.
The
General Demand
of the Well-Informed of the World has
always been for a simple, pleasant and
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which physicians could
I sanction for family use because its com
■ ponent parts are known to them to be
’ wholesome and truly beneficial in effect,
acceptable to the system and gentle, yet
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In supplying that demand with its ex
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MUD CATS HOOKED IN
GILLS IN OPENING SPASM
Today’s Gaines.
San Antonio at Oklahoma City.
Houston at Dallas.
Galveston at Fort Worth.
Waco at Shreveport.
Standing of the Clubs.
Pld. Won. Lost. P. C.
Dallas 11 7 4 .636
San Antonie 10 6 4 .600
Houston .... ....10 6 4 .600
Oklahoma City ... 9 5 4 .556
Waco 12 6 6 .500
Shreveport 10 5 5 .500
Fort Worth 9 3 6 .333
Galveston 12 4 8 .883
Talk about hard luck!
It’s hard to figure a worse wallop
from Fickle Goddess than to be a real
■ rabid bug; slip away from the office on
a finely-framed-up fairy tale; make a
: frantic dash for the street car; run all
I the way through Electric park; beat
the harrier at the ticket window; tear
to the'wire; look at the score board—
and see a big "7“ posted up in the
I space allowed for the first inning. The
game is over and the only satisfaction
left is to get alongside some good nat
ured cuss and ask him a million ques
tions as to how it all happened.
This terrible calamity happened to a
I big bunch yesterday.
The Bronchos, smarting under their
awful showing Monday, broke loose in
the opening spasm and when it closed,
25 minutes later, it was all over but
the telling.
The news from the Buffalo eamp that I
one sweet Rose would do the shunting j
put the yellow sign on the Brones. In i
vain they tried to bolster their courage j
up with the telling of what they would '
do to hikn. They were pale about the t
gills and whistled much in an effort to
bumfuzzle themselves.
Therefore, when they piped the joy
i ful sight of the rather stout Hornsby
warming up. there was such a reaction
that the spit-ball artist looked to them
like a Ranta Claus and they went to him
like a bunch of Sunday school kids on
the day that comes but once a year.
McLear, 'first up. stumbled into a
j doubtful single and Leidy. who fol- j
lowed, drew a pass. Walsh laid down j
a neat sacrifice, which Manager Hill 1
| heaved to the right center fence. Me
j Lear and Leidy scoring and Walsh mak
ing third. After Mclver had gone out
j to the pitcher. Bastian, disgusted at a
failure of a squeeze, because Hornsby
saw it coming and threw so wide the
batter was luckv to foul it. smashed
the balj across street for
No more of this from the Shuster per
It is authoritatively stated that Presi
dent Wilbur Allen of the Texas league
has decided to so arrange his umpire
schedule that after the Oklahoma City
series Shuster will not work behind the
Bronchos any more this season.
This action is the result of the con
tinual complaining by the umpire that
certain San Antonio players were care
less in handing out unprintable names
when he was in their vicinity, although
no one else could be found who heard
them used.
Incidentally the announcement causes
wild joy in the Broncho fan camp, to
say nothing of the players. It is said
by Cap Leidv that during the series in
the Oklahoma town his men will give
Shuster absolutely no cause for com
plaint, and if President Allen will car
ry out his intention the umpire troubles
will be at an end.
partments kept the opposition helpless.
The score:
San Antonio.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
McLear, rf 3 1 2 1 0 01
Leidy, cf 3 2 1 1 0 0
Walsh, 2b 3 2 2 3 1
Mclver, If 4 2 0 1 1 0;
Bastian, lb 3 1 1 7 0 1
Alexander, c 4 1 2 10 3 1
Stark, ss 3 1 0 2 2 1
Firestine, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 1
Ables, p 3 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 30 11 9 27 10 5
Houston.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Hits 010 022 022— 9
Summary.
Innings pitched: By Hornsby, 2; by
Casey, 6.
Runs made: Off Hornsby, 8; off Ca
sey, 3.
Hits apportioned: Off Hornsby, 5; off
Casey, 4.
Two base hits: Alexander, McLear.
Home runs: Bastian, Ables.
Stolen base: Leidy.
Sacrifice hits: Short, Walsh 2, Mc-
Iver, McLear;
Struck out: By Ables. 10; by Horns
by, 1; by Casey, 2.
Bases on balls: Off Ables, 3; off
Hornsby, 4; off Casey, 2.
Batters hit: By Aides, 2.
Left on bases: San Antonio, 5; Hous
। ton, 8.
Double plays: Firestine to Bastian,
Stark to Walsh.
Passed ball: Alexander.
Time of game: 1:45.
Umpire: Shuster.
DIVIDE DOUBLE HEADER
WITH THE DALLAS GIANTS.
Oklahoma City, April 29.—After los
ing the first game to the local club, Ma
loney stirred his men up and they went
after the second with both feet. It
was so far gone that the umps called it
off in the seventh. Local faus were satis
fied with two out of three from the
Giants.
First game— R. H. E.
Dallas 010 000 010— 2 7 6
Oklahoma City.. 101 110 00*— 4 2 3
Batteries: Woodburn and Miller;
Young and Kelsey.
Second game— R. H. E.
Dallas ! 200 403— 9 15 0
Oklahoma City ....000 000— 0 0 1
Batteries: Burnett and Onslow; Ban
dy, Crowson and Kelsey and Sparks.
NAVIGATORS WIN OUT
IN GARRISON FINISH.
Waco. Tex., April 29. —Just about the ;
time local faus had made up their minds |
the Navigators were going to drop an
other to the Sand Crabs, a garrison
finish upset the dope and made the
knockers shut up.
Score: ' R. H. E. ।
Galveston .. • .000 101 001— 3 4 5
Waco 001 000 102— 4 7 2
Batteries: Hellman, Johnson and
Wolff; Blakeney, Herbert and Powell.
PIRATES SHOVE PANTHERS
DOWN ANOTHER NOTCH.
Shreveport, April 29.—The Pirates
won the opening game on the home dia
mond and incidentally pushed the Pan
thers down to the bottom rung of the j
ladder.
Score: R. H. E.
Fort Worth ....200 000 002— 4 10 II
Shreveport . • ..010 102 10* —5 12 2
Batteries: Mitchell and F'" l
er and Garvin.
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Pld. Won. Lost. P. C.
Detroit 12 9 3 .750
New York 11 7 4 .636
Philadelphia .. ..10 6 4 .600
Chicago 11 6 5 -545
Boston ...... ....11 6 5 .545
St. Louis 11 4 7 .364
I Cleveland 12 4 8 .333
Washington 10 2 8 .200
American League Results.
Detroit 8, Cleveland 1.
Philadelphia 2, Washington 1.
Boston 12, New York 2.
St. Louis-Chicago, postponed.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of Clubs.
Pld. Won. Lost. P. C
Chicago 11 7 4 .636
Boston 10 6 4 .600
Philadelphia .... 9 5 4 .556
Cincinnati 13 7 6 .538
Pittsburg 12 6 6 .500
New York 9 4 5 .444
Brooklyn 10 4 6 .400
St. Louis 14 5 9 .357
National League Results,
Chicago 6, Cincinnati 5.
Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 1.
St. Louis 8, Pittsburg 2.
New York 5, Boston 3.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Plyd. Won. Lost. P.C.
New Orleans 13 9 4 .692
Nashville 11 " 4 .636
Atlanta 11 * 4 .636
Little Rock ......12 7 5 .583
Mobile 11 0 $ .545
Montgomery .. ..11 5 6 .455
(Birmingham .. ..11 3 8 .273
| Memphis 12 8 10 .167

Southern League Results.
New Orleans 8. Memphis 3.
Atlanta 4, Birmingham 1.
Montgomery 2, Nashville 0.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Columbus: Indianapolis, 3; Colum
bus, 6.
At St. Paul: Kansas City,-St. Paul;
rain.
At Minneapolis: Minneapolis-Milwau
kee, rain.
At Toledo: Toledo, 8; Louisville, A
|in San Antonio, anef has beat it for
I parts unknown.
It may be possible that he has donned
Lhis gum shoes and hiked to the South-
XPRTE 29, 1909.
Your
Choice
of This
Beauti
ful
Selection
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GDLOFtEFD TO OFFER
$50,000 FOR mu
Goldfield, Nev., April 29.—A mass
meeting of 1000 citizens tonight decid
। ed that Goldfield would offer $50,000
for a fight between Jack Johnson and
Jim Jeffries to take place in the latter
part of September, during the session
of the miniug congress.
Before the meeting adjourned $40,000
of the amount had been pledged, and
it was said that if the $50,000 proved
too small a purse to attract the big
fighters, any sum in reason would be of
fered. When the subscription list is
completed a formal offer will be made
to the fighter
BAI NELSON CALLS
OFF MTARLANO 60
New York, April 29.—A telegram
was received here last night from Bat
Nelson, saying the Dane had called off
his match with Paeky McFarland in
Colma, Cal.. July 12. The reasons given
are that Paeky’s manager had been
slipping the champion some hot shots
in correspondence over the matter
which he didn’t relish.
This is but one more step in what is
looked forward to by many as a great
battle. It is known positively that the
I two love each other about like a eow
| pony loves a rattler, and if they do
j finally decide to hook up. which it is
still expected they will do ia apite of
1 Nelson’s decision, they will muss each
| other all over the ring.
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