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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1914
I
Additional Sports
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National
Club
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
P.ttsburg . .
Chicago
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Boston . .
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League
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ret.
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1000
.750
500 i
500 !
.250
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American
Cljb
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New York
St. Louis
Washington
Iwtroit . .
IS iston
Philadelphia
Cleveland
League
W.
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L.
0
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1
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1000 !
1000
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1000
.500
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Club
w.
Federal League
!(rok:yn 1
Haiti more 1
Buffalo -, 1
Chicago I
Indianapolis 1
Kansas City 1
St. Louis 1
l'.ttj-burs 0
Coast League
W.
Club
Sen Francisco
Venice
Los Angeles . .
Sacramento . .
Portland . . . .
Oakland . .
L.
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7
10
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WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
National League
New York at Brooklyn.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at Cincinnati.
Chicago at St. Louis.
American League
Louis at Chicago.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
St.
Federal League
Buffalo at Baltimore.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
Chicago at Kansas City.
Indianapolis at St. Louis.
Coast League
Oakland at Portland.
Los Angeles at San Francisco.
Sacramento at Venice,
o
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Phillies Beat Giants
PHILADELPHIA. April 17. The
locals hunched five out of their eight
hits off Tesreau in two innings. Merkle
hit a home run to centerfield for the
Giants only tally.
Score R. H. E.
New York 1 5 2
Philadelphia .. 5 8 1
Batteries Tesreau and McLean;
Mayer and Killifer.
Here's Atchinson
BROOKLYN. April 17. Atchinson, a
former Newark International league
star: shut out Boston S to 0 in his
major league debut.
Score It
Boston .. 0
Brooklyn 5
H.
8
11
Batteries Rudolph and Cowdy; At
chinson and Miller.
Another Rookie Stars
ST. Louis, April 17. Kantlehncr. a
rrcruit, although wild at times, was
steady in pinches and his team mates
bunched hits in two innings, beating
St. Louis 2 to 0, v
Score It- H. B.
Pittsb'irg 2 6 -
St. Louis 0 4 1
Batteries Kantlehner and Gibson;
Perritt and Snyder.
Cubs Win Close
t'lNCTNNATI, April 17. Ames prac
tically lost the game for the home
team by his wildness. Marsans of Cin
cinnati tried unsuccessfully to steal
home in the ninth with two out and two
on bases.
Score R. H. E.
Chicago 6 1
Cincinnati 5 9 2
Batteries Vaughn. Lavender and
Archer: Ames, Davenport, Lear and
Clark, Gonzales.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
I
Re-Jumper Hamilton
DETROIT. April 17. Hamilton
celebrated his return to the American
leagun from the Federals by pitching
winning hall for St. Ixniis. It was a
pitcher's duel all the way.
Score R. H. E.
St. Louis 2 7 0
Detroit 1 6 2
Batteries Hamilton and Crossin:
Coveleskle and Stanage.
Southpaws Struggle
BOSTON, April 17. A run scored in
the ninth inning, gave Washington the
victory after a scoreless pitcher's bat
t! of tight innings between the two
left-handers.
Score R.
Washington i 1
Rosti.n o
Batteries Boehling and
Leonard and Carrigan.
H. R
7 0
2 3
Henry
Mister Collins Collects
CHICAGO, April 17. Collin's home
run after two were out jn the ninth in
nlng. gave Chicago a clean sweep of
four games In the series. Lajoie again
failed to hit during the game although
he has batted sixteen times in this
series.
Soori R. H. E
Cleveland .. 3 8
Chicago r, 11
Batteries Hagerman, Collanoro and
Carisch; Faber, Russell and Schalk.
Yankee's Win Their Fourth
.'E1V YORK. April 17. The New
York Americans made it four straight
over the Athletics who were shut out.
Caldwell's brilliant pitching held the
champions to three hits.
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 0 5 4
New York 4 1 2
Batteries Brown and Lapp; Cald
well and Sweeney.
FEDERAL LEAGUE
Saints Beat Braves
ST. LOUIS. April 17. Klovcn in
nings were necessary for the locals to
win, 5 to i. Victory cajne when Simon
singled, scoring Miller.
Score R. H. E.
Indianapolis 4 6 1
St. Louis 4 11 2
Batteries Moseley and Raridan;
Willett and Simon.
Hoodoo Spaces
KANSAS CITY, April 17. Kansas
City won a thirteen inning game 4 to 3
on singles by Henning, Chadbourne and
Kenworthy, who scored the winning
run.
Score R. II. E.
Chicago 3 12 1
Kansas City 4 It l
Batteries Bronnian, Pendergast and
Wilson: Penning and Brown.
Another Close Game
BALTIMORE, April 17. Buffalo won
4 to 3. Bonnin of Buffalo hit into the
bleachers, but was declared out be
cause Manager Schafly patted him on
the back as he rounded third. The de
cision will be protested.
Score R. H. E.
Buffalo 4 S 1
Baltimore 3 9 la
Batteries Penrey, Selitzer and
Blair; Wilhelm and Jacklitsch.
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COAST LEAGUE
I
At Venice R. II. E.
Sacramento 2 0 1
Venice 1 3 1
Batteries Arellanes and Hannah;
Hitt, Klopfer and Elliott.
At Portland R. H.
Portland 8 11
Oakland 4 10 1
Batteries Krause and Fischer: Bar
renkamp, Christian and Mitze.Alexan
der. At San Francisco
R.
H
Los Angeles 7
San Francisco . . 8
Fatteries McKenry, Chech
15 3
16 4
and
Boles. Brooks: Arlett, Standbridge and
Schmidt. (10 innings).
COYOTES LOSE
P
E
Mesa Noses Locals Out in
Semi-Final at University
Week Mesa Plays the
Tempos for Honors To
elav Other Games
(Special to The Republican)
TUCSON, April 17. Mesa high de
feated Phoenix high school at the Uni
versity this morning by the score of 6
to 3. The game was to decide which
team would meet Tempe high Saturday
morning for the state championship.
The championship having narrowed
down to three Salt River valley teams.
Tempe, Phoenix and Mesa.
Haldiman, in left for Phoenix played
star game in the field pulling down
total of four flies, all difficult.
Mesa High
1
A.B. R. H.P.O.A.E. ;
Longmoor, lb 5 1 0 7 0 0
L. Stapley, If. 5 1 0 2 0 0
D. Stapley, p 5 1 3 0 3 2
Ellsworth. 2b 5 0 1 4 2 0
McDonald, ss 5 2 1 0 1 0
Leseuer, cf 5 0 1 2 0 0
Robertson, 3b 4 0 3 1 2 2
Brundage, c 4 1 0 10 1 0
Phelps, rf 5 0 0 1 0 0
43 6 9 27 8 4
Phoenix High
Ladd, c 4 1 1 4 1 0
Brown. 2b, p 4 0 2 3 2 1
Peters, 3b ..4 1 1 2 3 0
Thomas, ss 3 0 0 1 4 3
Lyall, rf 2b 4 0 0 2 0 0
Walters, cf 4 0 0 1 0 1
Westfall, p.. rf 3 0 0 2 3 0
Haldiman. If 4 0 0 4 0 0
Evans, lb 4 1 1 8 0 0
34 3 G 27 13 5
Sfcore by innings:
Mesa High
Runs
Hits
010 401
nOD
130 202 1009
Pfioenix
Runs .. 000 003 000 i
Hits .. 100 002 0205
Summary
Hit by pitched ball By Stapley,
Thomas, Westfall; by Brown, Brun
dage. Wild pitch Westfall 3. Brown 1.
Pases on balls Brown 1.
Struck out D. Stapley 10, Westfall
2. Brown 2.
Passer! balls Ladd 3, Brundage 1.
Two base hits Brown.
Three base hit Evans.
Stolen Iihsm Walters, Westfall,
Brown, Ladd, Rohrtson, Ellsworth.
T eft or bases Phoenir fi. Mesa 12.
Fight hits, six runs off "West fall in
six innings.
Umpire Peach of T'nivereity.
Globe Wilis from B'mbee
C.lobe high won from P.lsbee this
NEWS AND VIEWS OF SPORT
Having made one record for being
the littlest high school represented
but plucky enough to compete with
the biggest ones in the state Willcox
now steps forth and grabs another
state mark that will undoubtedly
stand for all time. It is a record that
baseball teams playing in the kid
leagues, the Central Arizona League,
the National, American, Federal,
Coast aid all other leagues will not
e'lual tor some time. It is this
twenty-six assists in one game. Now,
in a normal game of ball it is possi
ble to make a large, number of assists.
Twenty'-seven is the correct number,
with every man put out on the op
posing side caught on or off base.
One assist to each put out is proper.
This means there was but one un
assisted put out on the side of Tuc
son high in that opening game,- or
else lots of them were figured in by
more than one fielder. Willcox also
made a total of fifteen errors, but it
is unkind to try to tarnish the bright
medal of twenty-six assists with, re
ference to these skulls. E. Lingstoy
the Willcox pitcher captured the ball
twelve times for assists, meaning
that this hurler fielded more often
and better than any of the rest of
his team-mates. Tucson had fifty
two at bats, one for each card in
the deck. Er yes, the score was 2S
to 6. Some (emphasized) game.
Are you going to the races this
afternoon? I am, both of me. The
program arranged by the Maricopa
Auto Club is no Vanderbill, but it's
our'n.
The conservation of traveling is a '
great thing. Look, my "dears" at i
Mr. Baker. He toils not, neither
does he pay Pullman fare. When he !
wants to journey to the large and
growing east where the fat motor- i
cycle race meets happen variously j
throughout the summer, he does not
go down to the railroad office and
buy himself an expensive first class j
ticket to Indianapolis. No. He just j
writes a lot of letters, gets a few j
folks lined, grabs him a sanction, I
mounts his motorcycle, looks pleasant i
I as possible through his gogles and;
I grime while the moving picture reel
'clicks merrily through the camera, j
and starts out on one of the grand- j
est little money-making motorcycle ;
mark-smashing transcontinental rides
Meeting of Printers auc
Publishers' Association of
Arizona Yesterday Draws:
Members (.'loser Together.
Xcxt Meeting in Preseott
The Printeis and Publishers' as
sociation of Arizona met in Phoenix
MSterday held a business session and
u banquet, which -.Vas attended by a
large number of publishers from
parts of the state, and
state, and then
.iourned to meet in lVescott during
ibe Frontier celebration.
The meeting was well attended.
i nd the banquet was greatly enjoyed. I
In addition to a full representation i
irom Phoenix, there were oresent:
F.. It. Ladd, of the Arizona Star j
Publishing Company, Tucson: J. E.
Owen, business manager of the Tuc-
ion Citizen; A. C. Meyer, publisher
of the Chandler Arizonan; J. W. and
Percy Milnes, of the Journal Miner
at Preseott: Editor Hawkins, of the
Wickenburg News; Col. Allen T.
Bird, of the Oasis, Nogales, and A.
C. Wrenn. of the Blade-Tribune at
Florence.
' A greater interest is becoming
manifest in the workings of this or
. anization as each succeeding meet-
ing passes into history. The em
ploying publishers of the state are
iializing that they have many inter -1
4 sts in common upon which they can
'co-operate and that competition docs
not mean a lack of co-operation.
forenoon by the score of 13 to f. The
batteries were: Bisbee, Schmalzel. Jeff
ries and Doyle: Globe: Martinez and
Wilson.
Bisbee-Phoenix
Score
Phoenix High'
Bisbee High
Game
R.
20
4
II.
20
E.
4
11
Batteries Phoenix: Peters. Brown
ind Ladd; Bisbee: Jeffries and Doyle.
Tempe-Tucson Game
Score R- H. E.
Tempe High 13 16 4
Tucson High 8 8 8
Batteries Tempe: Armenta and
Finch; Tucson:
G'obe
Score
Mesa ..
Globe
Lovejoy and Meyer.
Mesa Game
R. H. E.
21 18 3
7 10 10
Mesa: Longmoor and
Batteries
Brundage: Globe: Davis,
Martinez,
(; , McNellie and Wilson.
Gila-Willcox Game
Score
Gila
Willcox ..
Rat teri ca
ll.
...14
H. E.
1 3
14 9
Curtis
-Gila: Mortensen, S.
and
and
T, Curtis: Willcox:
Scott.
H. Livingston
FORMER MINE OWNER
IN TRAIN SMASHUP
i
Samuel Garrett Working as Brakie !
Badly Hurt Near Tucson
fSpecial to The Republican)
TUCSON. April 17. Samuel J. Gar
rett, an extra Southern Pacific brake
man on a westbound freight, was
thrown from the train at Mescal, a
station cast of Tucson, when a coup-
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ENJOY DINNER FOR COYOTES
, !
ever attempted. If he succeeds in
riding from San Diego to New York
in less than twenty days, nine hours
and one minute, he gets a lot of
money, much fame and the privilege
of going on the stage in song and
story also in movies. It is a cheap,
though not entirely safe and con
venient way of transporting himself
to the region of corpulent purses, ex
citing race meets and the old folks
at home.
Mebbesc Fr-r-rank
big-a coon Jack-a
Pareos. Eef dees
squar- me an' my
frien's ketchum see
Que no? compadre?
Moran leek dees
d' Johns een
fitey, bee's on
good -a Mes'can
dead-a neegur.
Miami, Ariz.
Mr. Lyle Abbott. Sport Editor:
Dear Sir: I have the great pleas
ure to write this postcard to hear
from you and same time to thank
ou for help me out. I will leave to
Nebraska on the ninth of next month.
So. My Lyle Abbott, 1 will have the
great pleasure to write from Nebr.
to let you know how I do there.
LOUIS SCOTT.
Soon to Nebraska Lincoln Greens
I
i
; There was a Young Lady named
j Myrtle,
Who said. "I don't think that this
I skirt'll
j Attract much attention
i By its lack of dimension
' Unless I should chance to turn
! turtle."
As today
Sun Fete,
sidcred in
is automobile da,
the above "I'm"
excellent taste.
of the
s con-
Tlii.s time it will be the automobile
maniacs who will turn eagerly to Til"
Republican sport page to see what
the clever woman sport reporter will
say of the big event of the day. We
should fret and learn to dodge ten
inch monkey-wrenches.
"Would I were a little bird,"
I hear the driver say.
"Then I would grab this tdd junk
heap
And fly and win the day."
i Dedicated to Kd Rudolph, who
will enter cars in the Aged Car race
: lid in the Ford relay at the state
f;;ir grounds this day.)
Seaman Wins Typewriting.
Pinney Shorthand, Rosa.
Oratory Trackists Do
Preliminaries Phoenix
Showing (rood
(Special to The Republican.)
TUCSON, April 17. Hess Seaman
of Phoenix high took first in type
writing at the university today
i ;
ali writing sixty-three words. I ticker
. , 1 Pinnev of the same school took xcc-au-
i . . . .... . ....
; ond witn litty-nine. aiaoci rarwr
jof Tempe higli took third with fifty-
Tucker Plnncy of Phoenix took first
j in shorthand w riting with thirty-one
I errors. Mabel Parker of Tempe, sec
I ond, with 3. and Hess Seaman of
! Phoenix, third, with fifty-six.
Alexander Rosas of Phoenix high
took first in oratory at the uni
versity tonight. Iris Robertson of
Yuma was second and Eleunorc Rob
erts of Olendale, third.
Track Preliminaries
Results of oreliminary track events
today.
First heat, hundred-yard dash
Thoman of Phoenix, first; Martinez
of (Jlobe. second. Time, 10 2-0.
Second heat Monihan. Phoenix,
first; Johnson, tiiobe, second. Time,
11 3-5.
Low hurdh
first heat Sabin of
first; Cook, l'.islieo.
second. Time, 33 seconds.
Second heat Buck, Tempe, first;
1". Irion, Phoenix, second. Time,
29 3-5.
Third heat Peal, ody, first. Time,
29 4-5.
Two hundred and twenty-yard dash,
first heat Martinez, Globe, first;
j McCullough, Bisbee, second. Time,
seconds.
Second heat
first; Hamblin,
Thoman. Phoenix,
Gila, second. Time,
26 seconds.
Third heat Monihan,
first: Sabin. Gila, second
Phoenix,
Time,
25 4-5.
Phoenix Beats Tucson
Phoenix high easily defeated Tuc
son high this afternoon and thereby
secured third place in the baseball
tournament. Tucson was badly
crippled as Lovejoy, first pitcher of
the team had his shoulder thrown
out of pUtce in the game with
Tempe yesterday. Manzo had been
worked too much and developed a
sore arm. "
Score- ' R- H. E.
Phoenix 813 017 10223 22 . 6
Tucson 00C 100 000 7 7 10
Batteries: Brown and Ladd; Le-
garre, Moreno, inunzn, r raucia auu
Meyer.
Willcox defeated Bisbee easily.
Score It E.
Willcox ! 1' '-
Bisbee 1
Batteries: E. Livingston
Scott: Jeffries and Doyle.
10
and
ling broke and suffered a crushed foot,
a mashed shoulder and bad bruises
about the head.
The accident happened at about
eleven o'clock today. He was rushed to
a hospital in this city and was resting
easily tonight.
Garrett was at one time wealthy and
part owner of the Vekol mine. He was
later a mining engineer near Congress
Junction.
A Motion
Of W. SACHS RANCH
Postponed One Week
The Entire Ranch Will he Sold
to the Highest Bidder on
Saturday, April 25th
A. S. HERZBERG, Adm.
ALL III READINESS FOR
iMOOSE MEMQRIAL SERVICE
. arrangement is now cum-
for the holding of the annual
Ever
plctcd
memor
Lodge
at tin
ii'l services of the
No. 70'', Loyal Order .
Phoenix j
f Moose.
' Empress theater on Sunday j been specially engaged for the oe
ion at 2:30 o'clock. The in- casion.
of the theater wili lie beauti- j All members and friends of the
a f tern
terior
fully
lodge
white
lecorateii m : tie comrs ot the
with a profusion of red and
roses, carnations and other
The
Mi. A miSfc'
SA TURD A Y
EVENING,
9 o'Olock
HERE'S THE INSIDE OF A BI( LEAGUE BASEBALL FACTORY
,W1 ,
- ?r v 4
! flowers, all
in the colors i.f the order.
W
Paul Gearv, corporation com
missioner, has been selected as the
orator :lnil he will deliver the eulogy
the members who have died dur-
ing the past year. The exerciser'
j promise to be not only interesting
j but impressive.
j -V special musical program has
icen prepared ny ucn .Massio and a
j special orchestra will accompany the
soloists and tlie ouartct. which lias
; Moose ar- urged to clonal.
as many
rod and white flowers us i.ossPile.
!
Those having flowers and unable to
Management of
Announces
- .f BKWTWfflffirTTETBHsg
Tables
ft
tve fop..
A CABARET
AND DANCE
Base
; sec to their delivery to tlie Empress
theater on Sunday morning are urged
' to communicate with Geo! go N. Mac
Bean at the Busy Drug store, or
i Waiter J. llayt, of Merryman At
; Hayt, and a messenger will be sent
for the offerings. The services are
open to the public and a. cordial in
, vitation is extended to all.
! MILEAGE 13 CUT OUT
I WASHINGTON, April 17 The house
struck tin time honored "mileage" al
lowance for congressmen out of the
j legislative appropriation bill and pro
vided tor actual expenses of members
i and from Washington to attend con-
press. The senate has yet to agree to
the proposal.
the
Reserved
V vis, ,.,t.. X. J.4:
llere's an interior view ot one of
ti'f two factories in the United
suites where bin leajrue baseballs
are made. It is said to louune as
much skill to manutactui e uood
ha-ehall as it does to mane a ood
watch.

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