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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1914
WORLD of SPogF j .
WILD GAYUSES GATHERED
FOB PRESCOn
Best Puckers in West Com
ing to Unseat Skilless
Twisters Frontier Day
Program is Now Made
Up for July 4
(Special to The Republican)
FRESCOTT, Juno 16. To give ev
cry facility to the great riders who
will contest in the -world's champion
broncho busting contest, at Prescott,
Frontier days, July 3-4-5-6. 1!14,
about forty of the most vicious out
law horses procurable in the entire
west, will bo on hand in the corral
at the fair grounds long before the
first contest is called. Among the
horses of international reputation al
ready on feed at Prescott are: Big
Kid, P.luck Jack, Vinegar Roan. John
Cantrell, Scaffold, ami the notorious
Black Jack, who threw nearly all the
world's best riders at the great Dew
ey, Muskogee, Pendleton and Calgary
contests. This horse has very sel
dom failed to disqualify his rider.
He disqualified twenty-three in suc
cession at Dewey alone in the course
of one contest. Roys who have en
tered for this event are entitled to
come down to Prescott and try their
luck and outsiders will he given the
preference over the Yavapai cow
boys as to the order in which they
Uill he accommodated. This will b
a contest for plucky expert men and
will bring out some of the best skill
in the country.
It is estimated that at least S.One
people will visit Prescott during tin
Frontier days outside uf the Yavapai
county visitors.
Quite as powerful an incentive as
the wild west sports will be the
frreat automobile '.-oad race twice
around the Prescott outer loop, a
distance of about Si miles, which
will be run early on the morning of
U. S. P0L01STS
LOSE TflOPHY
British Four Almost. Suc
cumbs to Fierce Attack
of Cup Defenders, But
Over-anxiety Causes
Points Penaltv
ASSOCIATED PKESS niSPATCHl
MEADOWBROOK CLC15. VEST
BURY, L. I., June 16. The Interna
tional polo cup, emblematic of the
world's championship, will cross the
ocean again, won by the English team
in the second game of the series with
Vnited States, 4 to 2 3-4.
Although the American defenders
made a desperate last ditch stand,
they were not quite equal to winning,
however, their thrilling rushes in the
closing minutes of the struggle arous
ed the forty thousand spectators to
n pe s
Palm Beach Suits
$3.50, $10, $12, $15
Bathing Suits
A fine
40 North Central
Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Oh, You Clerks' Pic nic
Thursday Afternoon.
Are you ready?
, We are.
Vic
July under the auspices and rules
of the A. A. A. for cash prizes of
$1.00(1 and $30. Over ten entries
'are in already for this race.
I Phoenix and Prescott Motorcycle
! clubs have pooled handsome purses
for two races on chug bikes, one
t'noenix to frescott to be run on
the morning of July and the
ether around the Prescott loop, Sun
! day morning. July r. Prizes aggre
I gate $:;00.
Following is a tentative line-up j
of Frontier Days program:
JULY 2
Morning
Finish of race for motorcycles
I hoenK-Prescott, at Prescott plaza,
under auspices of Phoenix-Pr-escoit
Motorcycle elubs.
Afternoon
J:U0-r:(m Western sports a1 fair
grounds.
Night
( X:()0 Good Roads meeting at the
courthouse.
JULY 4
Morning
!l:i0 Meeting Arizona
Auto As-
sociation, courthouse.
10:00 Patriotic exercises
cott Plaza; music In
land. Afternoon
2 :0u-r, :0i Western sport
on Prcs
Redewill' at fair
grounds.
JULY 5
j Morning
J 10:00 Motorcycle race around the
Prescott outer loop, under auspices
I of Phoenix-Prescott Motorcycle clubs.
J Afternoon
2:00-5:00 Western sports at fair
j grounds.
; JULY 6
I Morning
i !l::;0 Grand automobile race
, around Prescott outer loop.
twic
unde
) auspices Prescott Auto club.
i Afternoon
2:no-.-,:00 Finals in western sports
'at fair grounds.
j a frenzy. When the eighth and final
j period opened. 'the American four was
h ading by a fraction of a point, but
j despite their desperate efforts they
; could not hold their advantage. Each
'. team scored a goal in this period, but
! the defenders in their anxiety to
j clinch the victory transgressed the
rules by sharp crossing and were pen
alized for fouling.
The trophy was regained from Eng
land in PIOji and goes abroad as a re
sult of today's defeat, outplayed and
utterly routed in the opening contest,
when they went down to an S 1-2 to
! 3 defeat, the Americans came back in
j surprising form, scored an equal num
, her of goals to those made bv the win
ners. It was the desperate style of
their play, ami the !a.ek of perfect
team work that finally wrought their
downfall, as they lost in penalties of
2 1-4 points out of a gross total of
five, while the English were penalize
but one point, retaining four of their
live goals.
TRANSFERED TO COUNTY JAIL
j Mrs. Laura Lawler. who was arrest-
ed late Monday night following a cut
jting scrape at the Polk Rooming none,
j was transferred to the county jail yes-
terday from the city jail and is now
I awaiting an examining trial at the
hands of Judge Johnson. It is possi
ble that the preliminary examination
will take place today.
line at
STANDING OF THE CLUBS DPf sPflTT RflPP
National League
Clubs V.
New York 28
Cincinnati sit
St. Louis 2S
Pittsburg 24
Chicago 2(i
Philadelphia 22
Brooklyn 20
Boston IS
I..
IS
Pet.
.609
. si77
.ma
..-)00
.4!U
.478
.435
.3S3
26
24
24
2d
American League
Club W.
Philadelphia 3:!
Detroit 3.1
Washington 2!)
F.oston 2S
St. Louis 2S
Chicago 23
N'ew York IS
Cleveland IS
I..
IS
23
to
24
2r
32
sr.
Pet.
.647
.r.s9
. r.r.s
. r.ss
.:2S
.434
.360
.340
Federal
League
V.
! Club
! Baltimore . .
I Buffalo
I Chicago
I Indianapolis
I Kansas City
L.
21
21
Pet.
. .-63
..r.3
.M9
.r,31
.472
j Brooklyn 20 24 .4:,3
;St. Louis 2Ti 3n .4'ir
ipittsburg 22 27 .449
Coast League
Club V. L. Pet.
Venice 40 31 .563
! Los Angeles 41 33 .r,r,4
San Fiancisco 41 34 .547
Portland 31 32 .4!I2
Sacramento 31 :'.s .44U
lOakland 27 42 .391
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
National League
Chicago at Boston (2 gamesi
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Pittsburg at New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia
American League
Philadelphia at Chicago
Boston at St. Louis
New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland
Federal League
Baltimore at Kansas City
Brooklyn at St. Louis
Buffalo at Indianapolis
Pittsburg at Chicago
Coast League
Portland at Sacramento
San Francisco at Oakland
Los Angeles at Venice.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston Beats Chicago
BOSTON. June lt. Hoston turned
tile tables on Chicago.
Scote
Chicago ...
Hoston . . . .
Batteries:
Stack and
dowdy.
R.
II.
E.
x 2
... 7 !t 2
Humphries,
James and
Vaughn,
Brosnahan:
Jeff Shuts Out Pirates
XEW YORK, June 1C Xew
evened the series with Pittsburg,
is Tesreau's second shut-out
Pittsburg this season.
Tork
This
over
Score R.
H. F..
Pittsburg 0 3 3
New York 3 7 0
Llatteries: Harmon and Gibson;
Tesreau anil .Meyers, McLean.
Phillies' Rally Weak
PIIILADLPHIA, June 6. Philadel
phia rallied in the ninth, but could
not overcome St. Ijouis' lead. Perritt
striking out Evans, a pinch hitter.
Score-
St. Louis . .
Philadelphia
llatteries:
R. II. E.
4 ! 2
, 3 10 2
Perritt and Snyder:
Mayer, Marshall and Killifer.
Brook Ran Dry
BROOKLYN. June 1G. Brooklyn
piled up a lead of four runs in the
first inning off Tingling, but failed to
win the game.
Score
Cincinnati
R
H.
9
Brooklyn 4 7 2
Batteries: Ybigling, Ames and
Clark; Allen, Reirjbach and Miller.
:
I i
! AMERICAN LEAGUE !
I I
Mackmen Win Third
CHICAGO, June . Philadelphia
won a third straight game. Opportune
hitting cost the locals the game.
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 1" 7 ' 1
Chicago 7 12 5
Batteries: Shawkcy. Plank and
Lapp; Russell. Wolfgang and Mayer.
Covey's Second Shut Out
DETROIT. June Ifi. Holding New
York to four hits, Covaleskie pitched
second shut-out game wttnin a
week. Manager Chance was indefin
itely suspended for an argument lie
had with Umpire- Chill last Saturday.
Score R- J1- t"
New York
Detroit 3 S 1
Batteries: Eisher, Warhop and
Xunamaker: Covsileskie and Stanage.
Naps Win Again
CLEVELAND, June . Steen had
the better of a pitching duel with
Iv-fT-o ,111,1 llr.velanrl won the thitd
straight game over Washington.
.,r R. H. E.
Washington 1 3 1
Cleveland - 5 0
Batteries: Ayres. Engel and
Henry, Ainsmith: Steen and O'Neill.
Also Boston's Third
ST. LOUIS, June 16. Foster was
invincible with men on bases and
Postcn won a third successive vic
tory over St. Louis.
Score R. H. E.
Brston 2 8 1
St. Louis 0 5 3
Batteries: Foster and Cady; Weil-
I IILUUU I I nnuL
With a great deal of regret, the
competition committee of the motor
cycle club thrust its octopus like mitt
into the club treasury, extracted there
from the sum of one hundred dollars,
and then pledged itself to make two
races where only one grew before.
Some of the members of the club
hardly believing that the committee
would keep its word and pull a reim
bursing contest at the state fair track
after the Phoenix-Prescott road race
of July 4. objected to the purse strings
being opened until the larger coast
to Phoenix race starts next fall.
After ;i good deal of argument, the
financial arrangements were .settled.
The competition committee mem
bers, B. L. Rtulderow and Harry Lane
will leave Saturday morning on a pre
paratory tour to Trescott. It is their
Purpose to track somebody down to
a fixed point in each village and ham
let on the road to the mile high city,
fasten a pad and pencil nearhy, and
call the checking force complete. Ac
cording to ru)es framed by the com
mittee, the Prescott club is to handle
the entire Prescott end. while the
Phoenix club does the managing from
this end, as well as the naming of
starter, timers find the checkers.
Phoenix will send Big John Until af
ter a sanction, and now that the coin
is available for the guarantee, the
committee will start vigorous prepara
tions for the event.
The following will be of interest to
all riders .and club members:
Phoenix to Prescott Motorcycle Road
Race Rules.
I 1 This race shall be known as
"The Phoenix to Prescott Motorcycle
Road Race" and shall be held tinder a
sanction from the F. A. M.
12) It shall be held by the Phoenix
Motorcycle Club, of Phoenix. Ariz,
and the Yavapai Motorcycle (Tub of
Prescott. Arizona: the Phoenix Mo-
tocyclp ( lub to contribute one hundred
dollars for prize money and the Y. M.
(". to contribute one hundred fifty dol
lars for prize money. This purse of
two hundred fifty dollars shall be di
vided into four parts: viz: First
prize, $100,011; second prize, $73.00;
third prize. $r,o.0o fourth prize $23.00.
CO This race shall be started at
6:00 a. m. on July-3rd. in front of
Die Phoenix Board of Trade: it shall
fContinueil on Page Seven.)
man. Baumgardner
Agnew.
arid
Leary,
FEDERAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg's Rally Best
CHICAGO, June 16. Botii teams
staged a rally in the tenth inning
but Pittsburg scored three runs to
Chicago's two.
S"'" R. II. E.
f iltsliiirg j i- i
Chicago o -
Batteries: Dickson
Watson and Wilson.
antl Berry:
. As Between "A" and "U"
KANSAS CITY, June 16 The lo
cals won two games, Baltimore
pitchers being unable to stop the bat
ting of the Kansas City plavers.
Score j; jj
Baltimote i ;
Kansas City 4 1
Batteries: Suggs, Rigway, Conle.v
and Jacklitsch, Boucher: Packard
and Easterly.
Second gamp u. H.
E.
Baltimore 3 jo 2
Kai:sas City g :;
Batteries: Smith and Russell,
Jacklitsch: Stone, Cullop and East
er! c.
Aj. Holds 'Em Safe
-INDIANAPOLIS, June 10. Falken
herg held Buffalo safe after the first
inning.
- Score R. H. E.
Buffalo j 1; 3
Indianapolis 4 8 0
Batteries: Moore, Anderson, Brown
a tn I Blair; Kalkenberg and Rariden.
Some Rallies!
ST. LOUIS, June Ifi. Scoring eight
runs in the twelfth inning, St. Louis
won, although Brooklyn scored seven
in the final inning.
Score R. H. E.
Brooklyn -2 17 .".
St. Louis 13 14 !
Batteries: Seaton, Houck and
Land; Davenport, Bri wn. Som-vs
and Simon.
! COAST LEAGUE I
I I
.5.
At Vernon R. H. E.
Los Angeles 2 S n
Venice 3 7 0
Batteries: Hughes nnd Boles;
White and Elliott.
At Sacramento R. H. E.
Portland fi 10 2
Sacramento S 12 0
Batteries: Evans and Yintz:
Williams and Hannah.
At Oakland R. II. K.
San Francisco 0 S 3
Oakland 1 6 4
Batteries: Pernoll and Clarke:
Geyer and Mit.e, Alexander. (14
innings).
BaseballGoods
PINNEY & ROBINSON
17 South Center
Shop by tele
phone. Call No.
1616 private ex
change reaching
all departments.
Store closes at noon Thursdays from June 18th to Sept. 1st.
The Winning Stroke in Garments
Suitable for the Half Holiday
Outin.n' garments, bathing
critics.
Special for All Day Wednesday
AND UP TO NOON THURSDAY
One lot of Beach Rompers for ages 2 to S, suitable for boys or girls of Itipplette and Gingham in plain
colors, stripes and checks, regular $1.00 value for the day and a half only, eaeh 75
Children's sand pails with shovel, just the thing to take to Riverside, they will enjoy them, each 15?
1 I
Bathing Suits and Tights
Another large shipment of those extremely popular
"Swim Easy" bathing suits to lie worn with tights
of Sicilian mohair in black and navy, neatly trim
med collars and cuffs with striped silk and polka
dot pique, very attiactive and perfect fitting, splen
did line at $3.95 ant S5.00
TIGHTS to be worn with above suits in black only,
very desirable for the plunge or athletic work
with the extended stocking, each S2.00
Same quality in the knee length, each $1.25
BATHING SUITS with bloomers attached of cot
ton mohair in black and navy blue, trimmed with
braids ami fast colored fabrics in figures, stripes
and plain colors, modish and comfortable, all
xize $1.75. S2.25 ""'i S2.75
LADIES' ROUND TICKET STOCKINGS in black
a-nd rolois. reinforced heels soles and toes regalar
and outsizes, very durable and especially desirable
for the bathing costume, per pair 25
COMMEHT
That was a hot game Sunday. ,
We have just recovered sufficiently
to say 1L Catcher Kid Jenkins
showed it most of all even more
than did T. Hudson. Pevhaps we
better not say anything about T.
Hudson he's threatened to swing
on our law.
But he pulled one base running
skull, anyhow. He ought to have
been content with TWO stolen bases,
darn him!
Which wouM you rather do or go
fishing?
G. Purdy Bullard has furnished us
with material for a treatise on phil
osophy. Appearing on the streets of
Phoenix yesterday, with his right
hand swathed in clean, neat, white
bandages, and suspended across his
bosom with an equally clenn, neat,
white sling, our diligent little attor
Summer Cafe Now Open at
Hotel San Marcos
Chandler
Coolest Hotel in Valley
Private Slcepiug Porches, Cool Balconies, Roof Garden. Special
rates for summer months.
Two trains and six auto-stage trips a day to and from Phoenix.
"TMC &l"5T ALWAY5'
W. FIRST ST. MCA VAMtll4rb
suits, etc. with that touch
ney general began answering ques
tions. Soon he lost truck of every
thing but explanations. A chap
would say "Hello, Purdy," and Pur
dy would launch forth into the fol
lowing: "Cut my hand putting on a tire.
Covered up the wound, and doctor
thinks it better be tended to or I'll
get blood poisoning."
Some men cover up a craggy,
threatening and altogether unlovely
jtrt jjjgma KBBBBIIHHHi
All mail orders
filled the same
day they are received.
of smartness admired bv
Parasols
All the newest styles with silk or wash coverings
in all the newest colors and combinations, a beau
liful assortment at
Sl.7.1. S2. S2.25. S3. S3.50 ni $4.50
PARASOLS worth from SI ono to $22. ".0 at special
prices.
Large assortment of select styles in children's par-
"s"ls :it 2 ."). 50. 69d ami 75 o
Outing Footwear
for women and children including barefoot sandals
in gray and tan tennis shoes for the plunge or
athletics in black or white and the much wanted
Mary Janv pumps in patent and dull leathers, com
plete line of cool footwear for hot weather.
Watch papers of June 19th, for our great stock
taking sale of Ready-to-Wear and millinery, ex
ceptionally low prices will prevail.
Outing
Millinery
Complete line of outing hats in
all the newest shapes in can
vas and white felts, stu prising
values at ....5 to $1.95
forehead with a pair of goggles, ab
sently shoved up. AVomen use wide
bands of their own and others' hair
for the same purpose.
The world will forgive g-.'ease if
it can be shown 'tis automobile
! grease. And
; The world can sympathize with a
' man whether he gets his wrist brok
j en cranking an automobile or cuts
I his hand on a tire tool,
j Otherwise it's tendency is to laugh.
Dear reader, do you know why
' some young chaps should perspire
1 themselves into a paste, and perhaps
; undergo a lot of mental ills in addi
! tion, simply that some other equally
; hard-working young chaps may get
i a chance to ride fast motorcycles to
! Prescott ? Neither do we.
But they do it, and seem to find
a lot of fun. Here's peace to them
. some day.
! soon 1
We know
it won't come
6 'A
l
j Gee! this dual personality stuff is
' great !

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