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- LEFT EARFUL.
.'" the Yankees need a man
To help the pitching staff
Why, Home Run Babe it capable
Of standing extra gaff.
Young Guillemont cam ever here
To show his dancing heels!
But in his foot he broke a ban
And knows how losing feels.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1921
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SENATORS ; DEFEAT
Two walks, four hits and five errors
letted the Senatnra fi'no in thn fnnrth
lnninK of yesterday's game at Eastlake
giving the home boys 11 runs and
a lead Wickenburg failed to overcome.
The Senators finished with the score
standing 11-4-in their favor.
-Wickenburg started out by making
one run In the first inning and holding
the ' Senators blank, but Halddman's
boys came back in the second with two
runs and one run in the third cleaning
up for eight in the fourth. Westfall
held the Phoenix team scoreless for the
other five innings. Wickenburg tallied
in the eighth, sending three scores
across. - - ,
The error column cost "Wickenburg
the game, " nine mlsplays counting
against the visitors, three of these be
ing ' charged to - Rosenburg at short.
B'inley Westfall was : touched for nine
safe hits; but the' visitors Annexed 10
off Brown and Heflin's delivery.
The game was a poor exhibition from
the spectators' standpoint, but it of
fered the Senators an opportunity to
test their skill against an outside club
md get some good practice."' The home
boys did not show as good as expected
especially with the opposing team
making nine errors,; ';Z C f V
Score by innings ,'""--: " 'v
Wickenburg .. ....100 000 030 4
Senators ......... 021 800 00 11
'U- --;' -'-..;:;? . AB K H PO
' Ronenbura:. as. If . . . . 4 ... 0 12
Bryan. cfr;.....,... 4-- 0V 1
Kunamaker, 2b , 3 1
fhomaevlb . ... . . ... 3
Hanon, If. ss 3
Fisher, 3b 4
W. Barnett. rf ...... 4
.33 -i 4 10 24 12 9
Teaney, rf .
CyaH, lb ...
' H. Westfall, c
Sorev, ss . . .
Moore, 3b ...
Heflin, p. if - .
tj o x ov
i to :
' TIGERS SWAMP SANTONE
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 20.
Score: H. H. d
Detroit Americans 20 ,20 0
San Antonio. Texas League. 0 ' 3 4
Batteries Leonard, Ehmke, Stew
art and Manion; Baluridge. Zimma
tore, Cocbrehan and .White. .
BROWNS BEAT NEW ORLEANS
BOGALUSA. Ala.. March 20.
. -. - - .- . K.
St.' Louis Americans ..... .
New Orleans, Southern '.
Batteries Colbert, Higgins, Gold
smith and Smith, Deberry: Shocker
. CUB YANIGANS LOSE
POMONA, Calif, March 20
Chicago Nationals (sec team 7
Seattle, Pacific Coast league 15
Batteries: . -.. Tork, Freeman,
and Gomes; Schoor, Swartz,
and Spencer, Tobin.
MILLERS BEAT OKLAHOMA
OiS-LAHOMA CITY, Okla, March 20
R. H. E.
Okla. City Western lergue...2 5 E
Minneapolis, Amer. 'Ass. ....6 12 , 1
Batteries: Kamsey, Harle and -ong,
Parker; Schaurer, Luschen and Shes
ssttaitUarV Thre. base 'hit Nuna
maker, Thomas, F. Westfall; two base
hits, Nunamaker, Bfeasselar.Teaney 2,
H.' Westfall; stolen base, H; Westfall;
gaerifice hits, Nunamaker; double
plays, Rosenburg to Nunamaker; Nu
namaker to- Thomas: wild pitch. West
fiill 2, Heflin 1; walked by Heflin 2.
bv ' Westfall-3: trmpii Carroll; tone
of game, 1 hour, 8Sminutes; - atten
dance.. 1,000. -' '1
-'V'VftAhf tS- BANK SECRETARY
L-Mends,1 coupons and making out
"Income tax reports have no terrors for
Miss Melissa Smith of Philadelphia, as
sistant J secretary of- the 'Commercial
Trust company.- -' . ' - :
Miss Smith has just been maaelhe
first woman bank executive in the city.
Tall, slender,'- even featured, with
pretty blue eyes,' and enchanting smile.
Miss Smith makes frienda readily and
wins the confidence of men "and women
who have so much money they ask the
trust company to ; fake care " of it for
them. . ' " .
" "Oner in great wmie u cusiumw
toionhonine or calling will insist on
talking with a man," said Miss. Smith
with a smile. "It is the old prejudice
against women the suspicion that we
"But I have been delighted with the
wnmsn customers I have interviewed
usnv vuithv women are most Intelli
gent concerning stocks .and bonds. Of
onursa there are others who do not
tnns ha least thing about business,
who never bother their heads about
money unless their dividends happen to
y be. less than usual. Then they come
in and want to know why "they haven't
.v r.vnl lots ' of money.! They .don't
understand that coupons default," that
Miss Smith, who Jias. been with the
rAinmirrial Trust comoany eight years,
'. modestly asserts -she is not an unusual
woman nor on, the- way to iame.
WHERE HE FELL DOWN
T.-'mninvait t&-vouth -applying for
1 iibutionl And have yot a knowledge
, of any foreign language? -r
Applicant Yes, sir; a little,
nn unii know Latin?" ' "
: wail. , air. I besran to- learn it and
tot on fairly well, but I had- to throw
n favor of shorthand because
couldn't pronounce some of the words."
"What, were the words you couldn't
PrordCse?like "MDCCCXIVV "sir." i
. Pittsburgh .Chrpnicte-Tetegraph. ...
'. JUST LOOKING US OVER
- SAN FRANCISCO. If a. Chines?
woman stops you on the street and be
c-ins asking questions, it's all right
. Khe'n Miss Chang Jehminir, now toj
ing America afl the first woman cor
respondent in , . '. " -
Chinese paper. . , . , , .
' 1 WHERE IT GOES.
' America consumes more red dye tha
any other color. This, as you ar.
...o fa the color chosen for govern
n,,nt 'taoe in Washingtoh.-Baltimore
f Sun. . ' '
CUBS DEFEAT LOS .
LOS ANGELES, March 20
Chicago Nationals .4 . 3
Los Angeles, P.' C. L. .3 7
Batteries: . i' Alexander, Cheeves and
Q'Farrell; Jyons, Thomas and Stanage.
i. ' BRAVES WIN A GAME
c BEAUMONT, Tex- March 20
.a--..;. R- H. E
Boston Nationals 3 10
Beaumont, Texas league. 2 7
Batteries: . Oeschgcr, Scott and
O'Neill, Gibson;, Bailey, Meine and
KeUy. ..'..'' -
CHAMPS TAKE CLOSE ONE
DALLAS, Tex., March 20
Cleveland Americans 3 4 0
New York Nationals ... 2 9
.. Batteries: Coveleskie, Bagby, Oden
wald and O'Neill, Nunamaker; Ryan
JSehi, Barnes, and E. Smith, Snyder.
.'YANKS TAKE IN DODGERS
NEW ORLEANS, La, March 20
R. H. E
. .ew York Americans ,.ST...8 10
Brooklyn Nationals 5 11
Batteries: .Mays, Pierce 'and
Schang, Hoffman; Pfeffer, Phillips and
Krueger. --- . . , - - ;.- ,;. :
J SOX LOSE TO REDS
FORT WORTH, Tex., March 20
' R. H. E
Cincinnati Nationals ...7 14
Chicago Americans .; 4 12
Batteries: " Fisher, Brenton and
Wingo; . Kerr, Hodge and Schalk, Lees.
- TIGERS BLANK HOUSTON '
HOUSTON, Tex., March 20
...... R. H. E.
Detroit Americans ...4 4 1
Houston" Texas league .0 8 6
Batteries: Dauss. Cole, Hollings and
Bas8ler, Woodall; Parefoot, Nichols
and. Griffith.. .
GASH GRIDE WINS
rTAtes J I
CUT AT PAIR OF, e
IBALlJ 1 HANJ?S '
ItL MAKE TUH
TUCSON WHITE SDX
(Special to The Republican)
CASA GRANDE, March 20. Casa
Grande wo the first baseball game of
the season today, by beating the. Tucson
S. P. White Sox by the score of 7 to
The game was close throughout
and was hotly contested by both teams.
Manager George Stov&U, former Ameri
can. League star, was well pleased at
the showing", made by the local team.
Miller and Green for the home team
EN TRAINING g)t
ORIOLE STAR'S CASE
SIMILAR TO BABE'S
AS PITCHER HE BATTED
BROWNS NOSE PHILLY
.ORANGE, Tex., March 20
- - R. II. E.
Philadelphia Nationals ......4 11 1
St. Louis Americans 5 8 3
Batteries: Walker and Reveru:
Clemons and Dilhoefer.
PIRATES HUMBLE RED SOX
,xHOT SPRINGS, Ark, March 20
; - .- R. H. E
Boston : Americans ...2 9 2
Pittsburg Nationals 9 15 2
Batteries: Jones, Bush, Meitzke and
Ruel; Glazner, Yellowhorse. Harrison
and Wilson,- Higgms.
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AT THE ELKS
AS Fl ELDER HE. B ATT CD
POSITIVELY de- j
overhaul me ,
battery ana rv."
ready for tne nov.
this work and
p oene ator,
vour car ie
Wa are . th.t insures
kava the equip""-"- - .
t'dass. prompt serve. .
Arizona Battery &
t E MORELL io5o
9 E. van
'Friendly Enemies," Louis Mann's
success in which is portraved the
"han-e of sentiment in the heart of
he -pro-Cerman during the great war
after the truth has been brought home
to mm, was presented to a crowded
house - bv Del S. Lawrence and asso-
ciate players at the E!VS theater last
even'ng.. In finished act'ne al in the
'aithf-i? delient'on of the s:ov th's
play is un iurst!onrbIy the hest that
been p esnted by the E.ks com-
"iny in many weeks.
nr narticu'a- nnt . s the work o
Del S. Lawrence, and L. Victor Gil--1
the former of whom has the pat
or the German-American who has been
.nable to free himself from early
training aid prelections, and the lat
fe" that of his German-American
friend rho has become wholly Ameri
can in thought and nrinciple. In pic
turing the change that came upon him
vhen his own son was thought to have
':een killed by vicious German methods
rfd when the falsity of German prop
aganda was forced upon him, Law
rence was particularly !ood, while Gil
ird proved an admirable foil. In fact,
he whole play revolves about these
wo, and to the perfection of their act
us last evening the greater part of the
'tress of tl'p initial performance of
? p'ay -wa due.
"'ma HtO'-k, r.'bo rpsumed h--,
nnp-,::. t" in Phoenix 'ith hor
" "'s" cave a fn1h"-'
' - Rp' p tg in
,f .a Zo ti 'n mo'l er was e cee '
c . ard, who play
t of the youisf Amerifan o"
n descent who s truly Amer
- as i- u" ', i'.ist about th
' '- 1 In addit 'l
'" --v-, -!. armv of
2. . I ' n'"" ho took tie
rt of ! - Py. played a diffi
-it role r-r nd convino'ngly. with
it any of Vie mwlf hero'rs in whih
miht have indiiiged. Leona Prit
hard in the part of a maid had litt'e.
say, but sne loohea very gooa.
vhich is usual with her.
"Friendly Enemies" will continue all
'his weok, with the usual matinees
Wednesday and Saturday.
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"I saw you weeping at the picture
"Well, it was a moving picture.'
V . ' '- - J si )
Jack Bentley, oriole star right-hand
pitcher, first baseman and home run
hitter, furnishes this spring an exact
parallel to the problem which man
agers faced to Babe Ruth.
Bentley Is Baltimore's star pitcher.
He is also a star first baseman.
But in the 21 games he pitcher last
season he baited only .237.
In the remainder of the games he hit
an even .400 as a first baseman. His
season's average was .37L He also hit
20 home runs.
Manager Jack Dunn believes Bentley
would hit over .400 and 30 or more
home runs If used regularly as a fielder,
Managers faced a similar problem In
Southpaw Babe Ruth.
As a Red Sox pitcher Babewas one
of the leaders of the American league.
But when he pitched his batting was
He was such a terrific slugger that
Harry Frazee used him in" the outfield
and at first base when he wasn't pitch
ing to add batting strength to the club.
In 1919, the year he broke the world's
home run record ' with 29, Babe only
worked as a pitcher in 20 games.
When he : came to the Yanks for
$125,000 Miller Hug gins faced the same
problem. -. ,
Hugglns chose Babe's batting
strength. The world knows that Bam
bino cracked out the super-record of
54 homers last year.
What will Bentleys manager do?
Bentley is as natural a home run hit
ter as Babe. He hits the ball as far
and as fiercely as the home run king.
Manager Dunn has refused offers of
$50,000 for his star.
Watch Bentley. His case is similar
to Babe's. And he may be the man
who is to supercede Bambino's swat
Lewis Will Wrestle
CaddockOn April 12
DES MOINES. Iowa, March 20 Ed
(Strangler) Lewis, world's- heavy
weight wrestling champion, ana isari
Caddock of Walnut. Iowa, former
heavyweight Champion, have been
matched to meet here on the night 01
April 12, the match to go two fails out
of three, .according to Oscar Thorson,
local promoter. j . , ,
LYNCH ' MISSISSIPPI NEGRO
HATTIESBURG, Miss., March 20.
Held on a charge of killing a negro
woman. Arthur Jennings, negro, was
taken from the county jau today oy
15 men. who overpowered the sheriff.
Later his body was found, hanging on
tree. .. ... -
NOW YOU KNOW '
"Yes," said Mrs. Newrich,"our daugh
ter Helen is learning civics."
"Civics: what's that?"
"Civics! My dear, don't you know
Why it's the science of interfering in
George Harris Wins
.Bethlehem Golf Event
DELMONTE, Calif., March 20.
George A. Harris of New York city
won the third annual Bletherin golf
contest here today, eliminating nine
others in competition over nine holes.
At the finish, Harris disproved the"
charge that he had stuffed his ears
with cotton to withstand the noise. '.
SURE DEATH TOW HIS
BOWLER SHOOTS 1,294 PINS
BUFFALO, N. Y., March 20. New
leaders were established in the two-
man event of the American Bowling
coneress tournament today when
Charles Norton and S. Knoche of Mad
ison, Wis., shot 1,294 pins.
The railroad official invKed the stern
citizen to comiruanicate his troubles.
"I want you to give orders," demand
ed the visitor, "that the engineer of the
express wWch passes through Elm
Grove at 11:55 be restrained ' from
blowing his whistle Sunday mornings."
Impossible!" exploded the official
"What prompts you to make such a
"Well, you see," explained the citizen
in an undertone, "our pastor preaches
until he hears the whistle blow and
..hat confounded express was twenty
minutes late last Sunday."
SAFETY DESPITE EXPENSE
"Kebbages is awful high dis year,"
said Hans. "Me und mine vife puts up
seven, eight, nine barrel sauerkraut ef
ery year, but we can't dis year. De
kebbages cost too much."
"But you did put up some sauer
kraut, didn't you, Hans?" questioned a
"Oh, yes. two, free barrel, just to haf
in de house in case of sickness." Los
Patient Doea it really ever happen.
doctor, thiit a person ta buried alive?
14 D -i know this much, that it'll
never happen to any or my patients
OPENING GAIvlE FROM
each made a home run.
CASA GRANDE ARB.H.POA.K.
Miller. 3b ........... .1 1 2 0
Coughlin, 2b ...........6
R. Armenta, ss .......6
Stovall, lb 6
Buckley, p ............4
Green, c ......4
Robertson, rf ...4
Isilin, If 4
H. Armenta, rf ........4
.38 7 1 27 2
TUCSON 8. F. SOX AB.R. H. POJL E.
True, ss .........S
Fellon. 2b . . .
W. Aros, 3b
Mi jias, c ...
R. Aros, lb .
Molina, 3b ..
Mylone, rf ..
38 5 11 24 10
2 base hits. Smith. Pel;.
Ion, R. Armenta, Stovall; 2 bus hits,
Mylone; home runs, Miller, Graen;
left on bases, Tucson 10; Case. Grande
10; 'bases on balls, off Buckley, -2:
Scrivener, 1; hit by pitcher. W. Aros,
Miller; struck out by Scrivener, B; ty
Buckley, 8; umpire. Byrmm; attend
ance, 800; scorer, E. Byron Browne. -
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LACK OF FORESIGHT
1 see the government is planning
l to get out a new thousand dollar bill."
"If they'd only printed two in the
first place they'd have been spared the
BE HOME EARLY
She (sharply) I trust you're coming
home tonight promptly at 9 o'clocK.
He (hesitatingly) I bad thought
She (interrupting very sharply)
What did you say?
He (quickly) About ten minutes to.
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