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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, April 19, 1914, Image 9

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Additional Sports
Who
"SMILEY"
Pitches Against Tempe Today
OG
E. P. Conway of This City
is I 'resident Affiliation
With A. A. A. A. Will He,
First Dutv of Xew As-i
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soriation !
receive m request to furnish the secre
tary of t!ie state association with a list
of all of its members in good standing
anil a remittance of $1 for each mem
ber. Half of this will go to the A. A. A.
and the remainder to the state associa
tion. The clubs that desire the official
emblem for the cars of its members
will then bp entitled to obtain the
same. The state association will be
auxiliary to the national, it being the
desire of that body to obtain larger
units rather than Individual clubs.
Following advices as to appointment
of directors, the payment into the
treasury of the dues and a ratification
from the naiional association President
Conway will call a meeting of the ex
ecutive committee at which the other
committees will be determined and
their members named and the real
woik brought under way.
There no longer exists any question
as to whether Arizona has a state au
tomobile association. Whether or not
it had one in the past was a mooted
question for the Maricopa County Auto
tub was the only one in the old or
ganization that paid any due to the
A. A. A. as is required for the perfec
tion of such an association.
Directly following the automobile
races yesterday, a meeting was held to
organize a state automobile association,
four clubs being' represented by dele
gates, the Maricopa Auto club. Warren
District Auto club. Apache County Au
to club and Prescott Auto club. At
this raeetina a constitution and by
laws were ado;, ted, as provided by the
A. A. A. requirements to affiliate there
with, officers were elected and the or
ganization perfected except for the ap
pointment of the executive committee,
one member of which will lie named by
each club in the organization. Tn ad
dition to these four clubs, Yuma county
has signified its desire to enter into the
membership and Tucson and Globe are
expected to follow. The officers are K.
Power Conway, president: T. (',. Xorris
rind Fred Coulter, vice presidents and
Joseph II. Clay, secretary and treas
urer. Within a week ench of the auto clubs
that were represented at yesterday's
meeting and the Yuma county club will
BLUE ROCK SHOOT AT
FAIR GROUNDS TODAY
The Phoenix Coin club will hold
the regular weekly practice shoot at
clay targets at the fair grounds this
morning at ten o'clock. Visiting
sportsmen are always welcome.
Some of the younger shooters of
the club think they have practiced
up enough to warrant them issuing
a challenge to the "old reliables." and
the shoot will take place next Sim
day alteinoon at - o'clock, at tile
fair grounds, each contestant shoot
ing HHJ targets at 1 yards rise. The
five making the best score will chal
lenge the Hay gun club to a match
here in .May.
The challenging team consists of
Edens. Carl'icld, Miller. Campbell.
White, Hay DeMund, Morrell, Pinmy
and linhcock. "The old reliables" are
II. 1 DcMund. Twitchell, Heflin,
Harry Hurley, I f. Ileileman, Landon,
Mannv, Baptist and Xorton.
The match is for blo.rl, and any
number of side bets have been made
on the result. J. I '. Adams has also
offered to donate the Adams hotel
to the winning team (for a few minutes).
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TEMPE HIGH
GETS TROPHY
Tempests Beat Saints in the
East tit university Week
(tames Phoenix Third
Vallev Teams Show Fine,
All Getting Place j
Frank Castie will take these men to
Tempe this afternoon to engage the
Hears in baseball controversy:
Wilson, c. Smiley and Morales p, K.
Scott lb, Gabe 2b, Foster ss, Lewis lib.
Teddy If, Ilobinson of, A. Scott rf.
AMATEUR BALL
Holland House Gets Game With New
States at Last
The Holland House Stars Chatham,
first base; Hums, catcher: Newhouse.
center field; Russell, left field; Mor
rison, second base: (.!odfry, pitcher and
right field: McCall, third base; Crosby,
short; Alberts, pitcher; Peppers, pitch
er and right field; Comes, catcher.
Xew States F. Conzales, first base:
H. Jimenes, catcher: J. Rosas, pitcher
and short; Nick, second base: Lique
quola, left field; F. Jimenes, center
field; Delgado, short and pitcher; C.
Segovia, pitcher; Frank, catcher; R.
Casas. second base: Tone, third base.
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Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
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Your Attention, Please!
Why Has HYDER Taken
The Town By Storm?
Because He Has Bought
Only The Best Specialties
Obtainable And Has Back-
Up The Manufacturer's
Guarantee With His Own
"MAKE-GOOD"
PEOPLE ASK US
why we do not devote our advertising to the eastern houses who make the
things we sell. This is very nice for the manufacturer, all right, but we know
our way of advertising Hyder's and the quality of goods we sell brings us the
most business. Now, as a matter of fact, we sell the following standard
lines:
-jfcF"- WLor ' 'A ; - a --a . uu stiff
HIRSH-WICKWIRE Clothing FIT-FORM Clothing REGAL Shoes
JOHN. B. STETSON Hats BOSALINO Hats DENT'S Gloves
FOWNE'S Gloves WILSON Bros. Shirts EXCELLO Shirts
WILSON BROS. Neckwear CARTER and d-Crotch Underwear
HOLMES Neckwear CHENEY Neckwear WILSON BROS. Hosiery
HOLEPR
OOF Hosiery
'G. andM." Underwear
WILSON BROS. Close
What Better Can You Ask For?
WHO "MAKES GOOD"
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If anything you buy here isn't absolutely satisfactory? "Who do you go ,to?
Wilson Bros, or Hyder? Stetson or Hyder?.. Hirsh-Wickwire or Hyder?
HYDER, of course, and he always makes good at once. You may not know
who the manufacturer is, but you know where you bought the goods that's
what you're interested in. Why should we spend thousands of dollars put
ting some Chicago concern on the map out here, when maybe next season
some other dealer may be selling their goods? Not us. We shall "figlri it
cut on this line if it takes all summer," and know that finally you'll be con
vinced that our guarantee is what you want; that you're always sure of get
ting full value here.
35-37 North
Central Avenue
(Special to Tim Republican)
Tt'OSON, April IS. Tempe easily
defeated -Mesa high in the last name of
the series this morninff. Tempe gets
first ami wins the cup, Mesa carries off
second and Fhoenix frrabs third. The
teams of the Salt Rier valley have
shown up as the strongest in the state,
all of the three which entered have
phu'ed.
Tempe High
A.H. R. II. P.O.A.E.
Harris, cf.
K. Moeur, s.
Rrooks, 3b. .
Ci. Hegi, 2b. .
Finch, c
J. Moeur, lb.
Ruck, If
Armenta, p . .
Stewart, rf. .
1 3
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2 10
2 1
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2 0
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0 0
.1 1
40 11 14
Mesa High
I-oiiRmoor, p., lb 2
L. Stapley, If. ..
12
1). Stapley, lb..
Kllsworth, 2b.
McDonald, ss.
I.eseur, cf. ...
Robertson, 3b.
Iirundage, o. .
Phelps, rf. ...
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0 1
0 12
..400
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34 0 S 27 10 3
Score by innings:
Tempe
Runs 140 000 22211
Hits 131 010 33214
Mesa
Runs 000 000 000 0 J
Hits HI 121 010 S
Summary
Wild pitch Stapley 1.
Rases on balls Armenta 2. I.onR
moor l, Stapley 2.
Struck out By D. Stapler 10, Ar
menta 4. '
Double plavs Robertson to D. Stap
ley. "HTMa
Passed balls RrnndaKe 1.
Two base hits I"). Stapley, P-rookt, J.
Mueur. ""?,'1S
Three base bits O. Hegi, Buck.
Home run Brooks.
Left on bases Tempi- ",, Mesa. S.
Stolen bases Harris, (. Hcgi. J.
Moeur. Buck, Armenta, Leseuer.
Vmpires Merritt and I'.each of uni
versity. Scorer I.ongan.
Phoenix-Tucson Game
Phoenix
Runs SI 3 017 10223
Hits .. f)23 10C 21222
Tucson
Runs not; loft 000 7
Hits 104 200 000 7
Batteries Brown and Ladd: Manzo,
Francis. Moreno and Meyer.
The Standing of the Clubs
Club-
Tompe
Mesa .'
Phoenix . .
Clobe
Gila Academy
Tucson
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(lila Aoademy-r.lobe game scheduled
for this morning', was called off by
mutual agreement. The two teams try.
;ng for fourth.
MERCER ROADSTER
(Continued from rage Two.)
had to contend with. Everybody
agreed that the Buick has the speed,
but that big black tonneau pulled it
down. Sabra could have given Murphy
a pretty race but for this.
In the I.") miles. It was Hart well who
kept tramping on the Mercer's light
heels. Hartwell was driving a Buick
Black Beetle, a roadster, partially
i stripped. He easily outdistanced the
j two Studebakers, but was not in the
j class of the Murphy entry.
j They finished in this order Mercer,
I Buick, Studebaker, (Tracy), Stude-
i baker (Thomas). Time 16:17 2-5.
! In the lon race the Mereer and the
Buick. finished first and second. Timo
27:4ii 4-r.
Josh Races
C. P. Evans easily defeated the Ru
dolph team in the Ford relay race. He
got away while the other driver was
cranking, and made both- his changes
more ipiickly. His time for the 3 miles
with two changes of mount was 7:23.
Old Car Race
This was one of the most interesting
races of the. day. It didn't finish.
After Leech in his Ford had lapped
everybody four or five times in the first
five miles, thereby gaining a lead of
almost twenty laps, the . race was
flagged down. Ctiz why? Vogt drove
out onto the track with hrs Buick. get
ting ready for the 2" miles, and it was
just as good as over anyway, for no
body bad a, chance against Leech.
Leech made up for all his bad luck in
the relay w hen he won the old car race.
He drove Ed Rudolph's famous old gray
(in an hour Ford.
35-37 North
Central Avenue
PHOENIX,
Art I
PWOENIX. ARIZONA.
The "Onyx" Hosiery Store
Calls your attention to the
"Onyx" Hosiery Ad.
on page 5 of this paper.
Three Days
of Wonderful
Hosiery Selling
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Why not plan to be
here the very first day?
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PHOENIX !W
It
HAS ALL GUPS
JACK HOLMES LEAVES
OVERLAND AUTO SHOP
iBRAVES BEAT NORMALS
! IN A FAST CUP GAiVIE
Manager Rests for Two Months Then j
Returns to Become Manager of
New State Agency j
Republican Trophy Seems now More
Than Assured for Phoenix Team;
Austin Gets Cracked Rib
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to
:ree-
Local Hit k' I'llll.) DoYllS tUC Jack Holmes leaves the overland
' I T lliVt'l'SltV ('aUOts lU Last Automobile Company today
Two Matches V.C. Hurst
of Phoenix Elected State
President
NEW OFFICERS OF !
STATE RIFLE ASS'N j
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! F. ('. Hurst. Phoenix, president.
' Dr. L. lioido. Phoenix, vice j
j president.
! Oeorge J. Roskruge. Tucson,
'secretary treasurer. j
i Col. 1.. V. Coggins, Phoenix, !
' executive officer. !
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Phoenix Rifle Club now holds all
the state cups. As a result of two
snappy matches on the Hoie-in-the-Kock
range yesterday, the local club
wound 11)1 the annual state shoot with
everything but the individual all
comers' match which was won by
Lindsley of Tucson Friday.
It was at a meeting of the asso
ciation at Dr. Roido's office last eve
ning that the state officers were se
lected for the coming year.
The t'niversitv Cadets yielded their
last chanc to a team cup by the I
following scores:
ARIZONA STATE MATCH I
Phoenix Rifle Club
McRae 1.12
Roido 132
Edens 123
Gulley 12N
Hurst 124
lance it for a few weeks, visit his ;
folks in the east, see the Indianapolis J
.".Oil-mile race and then return to
Phoenix to settle down with the fat ;
agencies for a couple of motor cars. .
Holmes made his announcement
yesterday. He has been manager of
the Overland Auto Company for just j
a little over a year. When he first
struck town he went with the Stude
baker company, where everybody got ;
onto him, and discovered that he was .
a good sport.
A year ago in March he became :
manager of Eugene Brady O'.N'eill's
plant, then just starting up in its
new garage on Central avenue. I
Holmes is secretary of the Maricopa j
Auto club and one of its best work- j
ers. He was chairman of the ar- !
rangements committee for the auto ;
races yesterday.
The Indians beat the Normals 7 to 1
in the second game for The Republican
cup.
It was a Tempe game, typically
tough. It is the second time that th
Braves have laid out the Pedagogue
since they started into bring back to
Phoenix the trophy.
Earl for the Indians made two two
baggers and a single. Rutler, the hit
ter of the Braves, was let down with
one two sack safety. Castle did a two
bagger for Tempe. Reynolds also got
a twin base smash. Austin, the Brave
catcher, had a rib fractured in the last
of the. ninth when a foul caught him
in the side.
Score R. II. K-
Tempe Olti 000 000 1 3 ".
Indians 0 "00 0027 11 3
Ratteries Foster, Flannigan, Castle,
MeCreary; Aires and Austin, Rutler.
Cadets
I.indsley
Vollor
Crlennor
Wakefield . . .
Ra. Tourrette
TEMPE RECEIVING
LINE FOR GAME
With the addition ff Fred Xettle,
1 a local hoy to the Rears pitching
staff. Tempe is in good shape to
receive the Red Sox today. Xews
came yesterday that Manager Lu
kin would use these men:
: Oviedo and Xettle, pitchers:
' Cross, catcher: Rrown. 2nd base:
! Oooch, "rd base; O'Neill, shortstop:
i P, Harris, right field: Tru.iilla, left
' field: F. Harris, center field: Carl
! son. short: Moeur and Joyce are
I utility men.
645
132
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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S MATCH
Phoenix Rifle Club
I McR.1i- !-
I Hurst 12
lioido" 119
Cullev 11"'
Shue 100
IMens S4
t'.fiS
Cadets
Lindsley 1-0
Thompson 117
La Tourrette 1ft4
Wakefield 102
Vollor Si)
rilennon S3
616
TOM J. CECIL, Past Secretary of the Elks' State Reunion Association.
The Only One in Captivity. Cecil Claims Globe as His Home

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