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5THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1914. 1 Phoenix MDTuRuYCLE GLUB BtHbHI iStllAWMt PARADE AND VAUDEVILLE POOR START OH n n iiuiininu 0. fl. II1VH0IUI1 RIVERSIDE All in Readiness for Great Doings for Gasoline Mov ies jn Streets of City To nightParade Followed by Performance. What with the parade and the bene fit performance for . the Motorcycle Club this evening there is going to be something doing- in chugbike circles. Interest is intense among the owners of the two wheel gasoline movies over the vaudeville and doings at the "ice cool' theater down on West Adams street, where Manager' Joe D. Glass, a new comer but a live one, proposes to make himself acquainted with thegood scouts of the city. In view of the necessity of saying something good about what is to be done tonight after: the parade, the 'hot point' of the Columbia "theater kicked in with the following fl'fti.ion. It is' there in that it tells, all about everything that is of interest', in. this evenings eventu alities. ., . .. . -. This is it. "Theyjre off!? That's the exclamation that hun-dreds-tyeft, thousands,- will utter to night when some 2"0 motorcycles will start on "their street parade from the Columbia theater with gaily decorated cars and mufflers thrown wide open, Every little preliminary has been at tended, and unless all signs fail in dry weather, then both the parade and the show at the "ice cooled" theater will go down on the pages of local amuse ment history as the most successful events ever placed to the credit of any well-meaning organization. There will be no attempt made to sell tickets to the "street parade", and all that is imposed on on-lookers is not to jump in front of the easily gliding mo torcyes, but after viewing the impres sive spectacle, to hasten down to the Columbia and secure admission and join with the merry makers in the fun fest of the evening. If there was nothing extra on the program but the regular Columbia show this week it woidd be ample, but such is far from, the fact, for several added novelties will augment the pres ent bill. Just what these are is a pro found secret, and will remain so until "sprung" at the proper time tonight. hut suffice it to say, it will be a series of agreeable surprises. Of course,- the purpose of the added show will be that of provoking merriment, and that this will result goes without saying. It should be borne in mind that there will be no reserved seats, and all hold ers of tickets bought of members of the morotcyclub will be treated on a par ity with those holding tickets from the box-office, the advantage being in I avoiding the rush that is sure to exist. Phoenix will be strongly represented at the Prescott Fourth celebration, and i this excellent showing in the Mile High j city is certain to bring about a friend lier feeling, and with resultant good. The Phoenix board of trade and the i Arizona state fair officials see in this , demonstration at Prescott when that ' city will be filled with visitors an ex - 1 ceptiorial opportunity for exploiting the Capital city, and the boosters will he on hand to make the most of it. As near as it can be judged in ad vance, the parade will move promptly at 7:20, and the principal business streets will be traversed. Autos may join in the parade, and as a large number have signified their in tention of doing so, it is thought that the second section ill be several blocks long. , : Phoenix Runs 100 001 010 3 Hits 200 002 000 4 Summary: Hit by pitched ball, by Kimberly.'Oviedo; bases on balls, Ovie do, 1; Krouse, 1; Barrett, 5; Kimber ly, 1. Struck out, Barrett, 7; Kimberley, 1; Nettle, 1; Oviedo, 3. Sacrifice hit, Barton. Stolen bases, Nutt, Geer. Two base hits, Scott, Griffen. Home run, Oviedo. Left , on bases, Tempe, 13; Phoenix. 7. Umpire, Pringle. Time of game, two hours, fourteen minutes. MOOSE DAY AT BE GREATEST EVER Local Lodge Completing Arrangements for Most Extensive Observance of Fourth of Julv in History of . the City. GREAT MUSIC FOB PRESCOTT First Regiment Band, Thir ty-Five Strong, with Three Feature Saxophone Soloists, Will Charm Mountain Town. GREAT TIME FOR National League j Standings I j Club W. L. Pet. New Yoik Mr, 22 ,14 I t Chicago .13 31 .510 Pittsburg 2H 2S' .r.Oit Cincinnati 31 30- .r,08 , j St. Louis 33 33 .500 j Philadelphia 27 30 .474 j Brooklyn 20 . 31 .456 j i Boston ..2: 34 .424 . Chapter .of Accidents Puts irinlr in "R-jrvptt' T.illPlin and Bears Uanter un with the Bacon as Natu ral Consequence. AMERICAN LEAGUE At St. Louis First Game: R. H. E. St. Louis 1 6 6 Chicago . .', 2 8. 1 I . Batteries James and Agnew; Scott ! and Mayer. American League ! I j Club. ! Philadelphia I Detroit . . . I St. Louis . . Washington j Boston . . ! Chicago . . New York I Cleveland . Standings W. : -. ss ...37 3 33 .23 Second game Chicago St. Louis .. .. Batteries Cicote, Benz, Sciialk; .Weilman, Baumgardner and Crossin, Agnew. -;- . i I i NATIONAL LEAGUE ! I . I L. 24 30 31 37 40 Pet. .613 J r'2 I . -537 .n24 y .r,i6 .508 j .373 j .365 Federal League Club. ; Indianapolis . . ! Chicago I Baltimore . . . . I Buffalo , Kansas City . . i Pittsburg 25 Brooklyn 24 I St. Louis 26 Standings - W. 36 36 33 . ., 31 31 ,1 ... 26 26 33 40 Pet .590 ".581 I' .559 j .554 1. .470 .439 '.421 .394 j Ft. H. E. 0 5 2 G 9 1 Smith and Bres- nahan, Hargrave; Doak and Wingo. Second Game Chicago St. Louis Batteries Pierce' Sullee and Snyder. Coast League -4 Club. I Venice j Los Angeles . . San Francisco 1 Portland . . i Sacramento . . Oakland Standings W. .48 .46 .47 .38 .40 .32 L. 411 41 39 44 Pet .578 .535 ! .534 j .494 .476 .381 1 I HENRY OSES SPEED ! TO KEEP JOE AWAKE ! Catcher Jack Henry of the Washington Nationals has a pri- 1 vate system for keeping Joe j Eoehling alive when Joe' is,; pitching. I Boehlingi a southerner, is in- clined to tsike it easy at times. In order to ramind him that he must keep on hus toes Henry always i fires the l)all back to him as hard as he cam throw. : These pegs sting BofJtiing's hands , and keep him angry. Second Game Kansas City '. Indianapolis Batteries Cullop, Harris, Easterly; Kaiserling and Raridan. a POPT Gqmmeht Mr. Nickails, .the English coach who nut Vrtlf. 9rm th .... line drawn between two smart gaso line launches- a winner in the hoard trade with' Harvard, cut by the nar- j row margin- of,. an inch or so, is a witty. ..cuss, ,aqd we like . him. In a uispaicu, piayeu up in a bitter man-! ner and large type in a New York ! daily, it-says? ' " ' j Vivian .Nickalls, the English coach i of the University of Pennsylvania' crews, made .a flying visit to town committee, yesterday, Monday night's late last night, and before he left de livered' a few of his opinions on America's' treatment of English ath letes -and 'sportsmen. He chanced to hear a bystander in the lobby of the leading hotel, . Remark that Yale's vic tory over Harvard, was a fluke, and that Guy Nickalls had not taught the Yale eight "a stroke that could win more than 'one in ten races from Harvard. '' . '. Nickalls tunned on the man Columbia, benefit would result finan daily much lite a common or track variety of a. motorcycle race meet. The bunch impoverished many Phoe nicians to th- extent of thirty or forty dollars in .the short space of one boor anul a half. "Motorcyelub." That's a new way to spell it. 'It saves a lot of energy when you . leave . to say - the word or write it munv dozen times a dav. lash and demanded where he got 1 Nothing like, economy and efficiency, his information for such a statement ! - "It3- " 11 wasn,t -a Mercer, but a Buick, 'The trouble with you Americans and it is not here yet. But it will a, ia mcKaus, -mat you can see be, and C. 2V1. Dubois . is going to fix it all up1 for the P.-escott race. He. could not. be persuaded to name his driver, bmt it may be his own self. Anyway, Shorty Fremeau WANTED it to be a Mercer; awful bad, and we. are not any more dis appointed tlian he is- Special to The Republican) TEMPE, June 28. The Phoenix Sen ators made a poor start on their in vasion of the southsidc here this morn ing when Nettle and Oviedo for Tempe let them down with four hits, good for three runs, and their own pitchers let the locals make thirteen hits equal sev en runs. Krause started the game for the Senators but only pitched a couple innings when he wrenched a knee in luieiiiijuiis w u.ii imm,. w Chicago j Maybe but tor i.ie acciueiu utiiigH j pjrst Came would have turned out differently; I Chicago .. Barrett was brought in to pitch for a.) St. Louis . few innings and Charlie (('Toole until f Batteries Cheney that moment a spectator, was. forced to take right field in his civilian clothes. For the first three innings the two teams struggled along neck and neck. Phoenix scored one in the first, but the locals even though two and three men were placed on the bags every frame, j tailed to mark until the third. Then the locals gradually piled up their j seven runs off of the thirteen hits se cured during the contest. OVledo and Nutt were the stars with the locals. In two places 'their work shone too. As the battery, a peep at the box score would show that only two hits were allowed during Felix Oviedo's duty in the box. In reverse order Felix made three hits, one good for a circuit of the bases. It was all of as pretty ' a home run as that knocked liy Bond of Mesa here a week ago today. Nutt also distinguished himself at the bat, drawing three pas ses and hitting a thousand per cent. This is how the game progressed dur ing the innings when the scoring was done. THE FIRST TIME Warren struck out for Phoenix. Barrett singled to left: Lewis singled to left center; Bar rett going to third. Barton squeezed Barrett in with a bunt. Scott grounded to Moeur. Tempe'got two hits in its first time at bat but couldn't score. SECOND INNING Phoenix got a man on second and first this inning but failed to score. Kimberly started things by being safe on Moeur's error; Sloan safe on Griffen's error, Kimberly going to third and Sloan to second. Kimberly -was caught between third and home. O'Toole was hit by a bat ted ball. Warren flew to centerfield. Tempe filled the bases but failed to score. For three straight innings Phoenix went down in one, two, three order. In the third inning Tempe scored two runs on Griffin's single to right. Nutt's single to right, and Oviedo's single through short. THE FOURTH INNING: Geer was safe for Tempe on Scott's error. Gra ney walked. Moeur singled to right, scoring Geer. Griffen struck out, Nutt singled through the pitcher's box, scor ing Graney. THE SIXTH INNING Nothing hap pened until this inning, when with two down. Barton for Phoenix singled through short and went to second on Griffen's error. Scott hit the ball over the left field fence scoring Barton. With one gone for Tempe, Griffen singled to second but was out at sec ond. Nutt walked and Oviedo placed a peach of a homer ovr the centerfield bases good for free transportation around the diamond. THE EIGHTH TIME Warren walked for the Senators. Barrett was safe on Bollin's error. Lewis struck out, Barton hit to Boiling at short who tossed to Hanna, forcing Barrett at second. Hanna threw wild to first let ting Warren score.- With one gone for Temte. Griffen doubled over the left field fence; Nutt walked; Oviedo was hit and Liebold singled to left scoring Griffen. Phoenix went down in order in the ninth frame. The Box score: Tempe A.3. R. H. P.O.A.E. H. 12 E. 1 ..2 5 1 Faber and and R. H. E. .. 8 11 3 ..691 Bresnahan; I I 1 FEDERAL LEAGUE 1 At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 7 14 0 St. Louis 3 11 0 Batteries Fiske, Lange and Wilson; Brown and Chapman. At Kansas City First Game R. H. E. Kansas City. ; 2 Indianapolis . . 0 Batteries Packard and Easterly; Falkenberg, Billiard and Raridan. H. 6 3 R. E. H. " IS 5 . 8 10 3 Stone and I I 1 COAST LEAGUE I I ! no good in 'an Englishman and vou will give him no credit for what he does, ..no. matter how splendid it is. The facts of the matter are that Yale did beat Harvard, and with an English stroke,- and the' English rfolo team won, too. Victories won by Englishmen are , always seemingly discounted this .country, while an American victory oyor an English man is hailed as a marvelous tri umph." ' 1 " Hist! He's''ontd" us: If everybody in the Phoenix Motor cyelub would -work as hard as did Ernest Fogle and, the competition Bet on m for first place, concede 'em second, aaid then have Cornell come in third. This just shows how accurate this dope business is, when it comes to watery sports. Had it been baseball, one prediction out of two M1GH7.' have come true. BaseballGocds I PINNEY & ROBINSON 17 South Center In the "HaJ'den news, today, occurs a story of a baseball game. Here are some of Hayden's players: Har ris (Mm), Mitchell (Mesa), . Ewing (Tempe),, Clow , (Phoenix), Joyce (Mesa), Goss (Mesa), Smiley (Red Sox). Note in parenthesis, read name of town in S. ft. AT. whence sprouted player next proceeding. At Oakland, First Gaine R. II. E. Oakland 4 14 4 Sacramento . . '. 9 12 2 Batteries Pruitt, Crabb and Alexan der: Gregory and Hannah. Second Game Oakland Sat-ramento Batteries Malarkey, R. 3 4 Killilav E. 4 3 and Mitze; Arelanes and Rohrer. At Portland. First Game R. H. E. Portland 5 7 4 Los Angeles 7 11 1 Batteries Pape, Krause and Fisher; Chech and Brooks. Second Game R. Portland '.. 4 Los Angeles 1 Batteries Higginbotham and Yantz; Love, Musser and Boles, Meek. H. 11 10 At Los Angeles. First Game R. R enice 2 11 5 San Francisco 6 9 0 Batteries White. Powell and Elliott; Baum and Schmidt. Second Game ' R. E. H. E. Venice . .' ' 9 San Francisco 2 8 Batteries Kelpefer and Elliott: Fan ning, Leifield, Barham and Clarke. : o Player Graney, If. Moeur, 3b. Griffen, lb. . Nutt, c Oviedo, rf.-p. Liebold,- cf. . Hanna, 2b. . . Boiling, M'. ... Nettle, p. .... Geer, rf. . 0 n 1 FROM TENNIS TOURNEY Australians Now Well up. Briton Musi Fight for Davis Cup. And Why, this exodus? Totals .. 36 7 1326 15 5 Phoenix Player A.B. R. H. P.O.A.E. Warren, 3b. 3 1 0 0 1 0 Barrett, cf.-p.-lf 4 1 1 0 0 0 Lewis, 2b. ... : '4 0 1 3 0 1 Barton, ss 3 1 1 a 1 0 Scott, lb. 4 0 1 3 0 1 Kimberly, If.-p 4 0 01 1 0 Sloan, rf.-c 4 0 0 3 0 0 Jenkins, c 4 0 0 8 1 0 Krouse, p.-rf. 1 0 0 0 0 0 G'.Toole, rf. . .....3 0 0 1 1 0 Totals' .. :.'..'... '.'.84 3 4 24 6 2 O'Toole bit by batted ball. Score by Innings:- ---'.Tempe . Rune 002 202 fllx 7 Hits 203 212 12x 13 ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH NEW YORK, June 28. The with drawal of the German tennis learn from the 1914 Davis cup international play' leaves Australians easily placed in the upper half of the draw since by defeating Canada the Antipoleans enter the final round without furth ed opposition. The English team, log ical favorites ' in the lower half, will nave to defeat, both rYance and Bel gium before securing entrance into the final round to be played at Bos ton on August 6-8 The Belgian players are not considered as formi dal as the French team, which will be composed of Decugis, Gobet, Ger mot' and Samazeuilk. According to present Information Gobet may not be able to play and should the former champion fail to cross the channel for the cup tie at Folkstone the French chances will receive a severe setback. o v QUITE SO Moose Day at Riverside, Indepen dence Day all over the United States two great events, one historical, the other 'destined to be historical; Never in the history of Phoenix, un less all signs fail, has there been a greater or more general observance of a Fourth of July than that planned by Phoenix Lodge, No. 708, Loyal Order of Moose, for Saturday. It will be the banner day of all days at Riverside park, it will be a day that will long remain fresh in the minds of every man, woman and child in Phoenix on that occasion. . '"- ' To tell all that is planned for the day would require columns of newspaper space. No end of Moose committees have been untiringly at work for many days perfecting detailed arrangements for a hundred and one features that will please, interest and amuse. Probably the greatest of all the feat ures planned will he the great auto mobile, motorcycle and Moose Lodge parade. It is expected that with dec orated cars, business and comic floats, bands and members of the Loyal Order of Moose, not only from Phoenix but from Mesa, Ray, Hayden, Winkelman, Vulture and a dozen other places where there are Moose if not lodges, the total number in line should present the greatest fraternal parade ever held in Phoenix. As planned now all Moose will ap pear in the line of march attired in white hats, white shirts, red ties, white trousers, red hose and white shoes. Each will wear a red band about the hat, upon which will apear the motto, "Howdy Pap." Each will carry a cane and a large red pennant with the Moose head and the motto of the order in white lettering. The fun at Riverside will begin early in the morning and in the meantime there will be plenty doing in the city proper. Following the parade there will be the running of the modified marathon for which three handsome prizes have been off-red. The grand prize for this event will be the hand some City of Phoenix silver cup off ered by Mayor Young. There will be two other prizes to be announced later. This event will start from the Y. M. C. A. building and will he contested by runners ranging in age from sixteen to nineteen years. The r-jute will be past the Moose Home with the windup in side Riverside park. The program of siKirts at the park besides including a ball game in the new ball park connected with the park between Tucson Regulars and the Phuenix team, will consist of water and track events for which there has been a liberal offering of prizes. There will also be prizes for the fattest Moose, the thinnest Moose, the tallest Moose, the homeliest Moose and the handsom est Moose. There will be pie eating contests, greased pole over the water, high and fancy diving and a dozen other events. The Phoenix Gun club announces a state-wide shoot for that day and an interesting program is assured. The Caledonian society will be there in full strength. The Spanish-American War eterans will hold a picnic. All the lodges in Phoenix have been invited to join with the Moose in the enjoyments of the day. In the evening there will be a brilliant display of fireworks. The Moose Midway will be unique in itself and provide enough entertain ment for the average day. There will be Moose Money on the grounds which will be good at the Moose attractions including the gaming booths. For the automobile parade, Frank Hilderbran has offered a handsome sil ver cup. The second prize will be a Firestone tire casing by the Western Rubber company, while the third priz will he a hand Klaxon horn by the Mo tor Supply company. Loads of confetti have been ordered by the Moose and there will be thou sands of those tantalizing ticklers. It will he a gala day and everybody will be in good humor. It is predicted that there will be over 10,000 admissions to Riverside park on that flay. One feature of the arrangements is the installation of a great checking tent. Hundreds of Moose and their families, and hundreds of others not of the Moose, are planning to make a pic nic occasion of the day. Those who arrive in the morning and bring their lunch baskets will find conveniences for checking those baskets until thev need them and after they have eaten and" wisn to lurther enjoy the day1. The Moose themselves plan to make a great CITY KlfS Rivorsidc Park Manage ment Arranges Speeial Dav (Tuesdav) for "Kids Da't Sell Poipers" Will Have Lots of Fun. The visitors to the Mile High city for the Frontier celebration are go ing to have a treat in the musical way at the. hands of the First Regi ment band of the Arizona National Guard. For four days Arizona's only military band will discourse sweet and martial melody to the denizens of P.-escott, the city with the public spirit, but added to all of that there will be a distinct feature in the shape of the saxophone selections from Mrs. and the Misses Williams ot Chicago, who will join the or ganization at Prescott on the first day. These, ladies have a national reputation for saxaphone music, and they will play feature duets and trios, as well as solos du.'ing the en gagement of the band. The trio have a reputation also as vocalists and they will sing to the accompaniment of the band. The organization will leave at o'clock in the evening of July 2nd. with thirty-five men. They will take with them in addition to thei: regular service uniforms, the brand new white dress uniforms furnished by the state, which have just arrived and which were issued to the men yesterday. These white uniforms will not be worn during the daytime but at night for the dress band con- cevts. The band will make a splendid ap pearance on the streets ot Prescott leading the delegation from Phoenix, which will arrive on the morning of the Fourth of July. It is not often that thirty-five pieces are gathered together in one band organization this section, and especial credit is due the director for his untiring en ergv in the building up ami conduct of the organization. At the last gathering for practice, the members of the band with Mayor George U. Young as spokes man, presented Dr. F. H. Redewill director of the organization with handsome gold medal. The style of the medal is symbolical of leadership in music, having attached to the gold ba.- a solid gold properly shaped plate bearing insignia. Mayor Young stated in presenting the emblem that its -donors felt that some gift showing the esteem in which the or ganization holds its leader ought to be given him, especially since the band is rapidly nearing the end of its first year, and a most successful year it has been. Dr. Redewill has made the organization the leading band of the state. Everybody has come to know the First Regiment band. Its weeklv concerts are at tended by thousands. Its appear ances are becoming more popula every dav. o In spite of the fact that this is the week of the Fourth of July and that preparations for the most stu pendous celebration in the history of Arizona keep them busy day and night, the management of Riverside park has found time to go out of their way to ive the route boys of the Republican nd the Gazette a glorious blow out on Tuesday. Plans have just been completed with the circulation managers of t'.ie two papers, which ensures to the boys the ime of their young lives. Early in the morning they will assemble at the newspaper offices, where automobiles will be awaiting them and after a pa rade around town they will be driven to the park. They will find that the whole, place belongs to them; the big pool is at their disposal as long as they care to use it ns well as every other amusement device in the park. After the fun and games have been enjoyed for a while there will be such a feast as is best calculated to bring joy to the heart and grief to the stomach of the small boy. Watermelons, ice cream, hot dogs, sandwiches, "fruitola" and many other delicious concoctions in the drink line will be served in abundance. for each of the concessionaires has asked to be allowed to do his part in making the day a memorable one. The Camera King will be there to snap the pictures of the merry makers and the whole affair will be one grand and glorious debauch of unalloyed joy. There is not one ' Don't" in the whole program and if that does not mean a lot the small boy has changed mightily. The usual huge crowd enjoyed Sun day at the park. They found the ad ditions to the bath house all completed, so that there was room for everybody and suits for all. The big pool was a shouting mass of joyous humanity from early morn till late evening. Aldens band played two splendid Alden's band played two splendid sands and the Royal Hawaiian quartet pleased as many more. Quite a number of lost articles were recovered and the owners may find them at the bath house, where they await identification. The most valu able find was a camera. The big pool got its weekly scrub bing last night and there will be plenty of water for swimming this evening. All women and children are admitted free up to three o'clock this afternoon. 0 Easy to see why a Harlem man mistook a cat on his tin roof for a burglar. Cat may have had a kit with her. Philadelphia Telegraph. JUDITH OF BETHUL1A IS WONDERFUL SPECTACLE ner and supper in the good old-fashioned Sunday school picnic fashion. For those who will be unable to at tend the festivities at Prescott upoTi the occasion of the Frontier Day cele bration the Moose Day celebration of fers ample entertainment at the mini mum of cost As the Riverside park management announces, there will be all the pleasures of the sea shore at far less the cost and at far greater the. comfort. Johnny Gallant's recent defeat at the hands of Johnny Dundee was the first serious setback he has ' had since he entered the game. - o "Kid" Williams, the new bantam weight champion, is going across the pond to take a fling at the talent in England land France. Joe Borrel, the Philadelphia mid dleweight who returned recently from the successful trip abroad, expects to go back to England in September. in Manager Barncord scoted agai yesterday at the "theatre comforta ble" when he presented the great Biograph four-reel feature picture, "Judith of Bethulia," to the patrons of his theatre. The pictuve will run again today for the last time. This is one of the last pictures in which Blanche Sweet worked. Shortly after this spectacle was completed she and others of the Biograph company left that, organization for an independent company. However there are a num ber of faces that are familiar the reels, in addition to Miss Sweet, Lillian and Doothy Gish and Tom Walthall. Aside from the interest taken the faces that the fan knows, there is a story wonderfully told in til four reels. It h.ts a grip in it that even Cleopatra failed to make. The sfu-i:.'',C of -i. queen for her city, Blanche Sweet lisec to great height in the film. According to the apocryphal story the children of Israel had fortified the hill passages by which any in vading army from Assyria would be obliged to enter into Judea. Th principal of these fortified places was Bethulia. It is related that Nebuch adnezzar sent Holofernes, chief cap tain of his army, with 120,000 men to visit vengeance on all the earth. When he came to Judea, he met unexpected defense by the Jews of Bethulia. He sto"med the walls bu was unable to capture the city. He then sat down to starve it into sub mission, having taken possession of RED M'GHEE SEZ: JOE TINKER. (By A. M. Corrigan.) The big fish in the little pool ain't lways just a plain darn fool. That's right now, ain't it, Joe? You didn't shine much with the Reds, but since you hurdled to the Feds the sun can't beat your glow. You always had a speakin' part an' some small chance to show your art 'twas nearly up to par. But it was sure a winnin' hunch to tie up with that Chifed bunch. It's made you one bright star. I like to watch you run your crew an make that rebel bunch jump through when you hold up the hoop. An' when you're in the coacher's strip I like to hear .you tear an' rip the air with shout an' whoop. At short, say, Joe, I'm for you strong when you get out before the throng in Charley Weegham's park. You make some bobbles darn few, though most time your speedy scoop an' throw is like a. live jump spark. But listen, Joe: in years gone by you didn't useto rank so high at get tin' home-run swats. Dja put some new pep in your sting? Or do you get more for your swing on those small Fed League lots? No matter how you get 'em though, they're out there on the records, Jee, an' each one counts a run. An' any kiddin' folks can give you're big enough to take an' live. You get the dough, the fun. 1 0 I Where They Play Today I National League j Philadelphia at Boston I Brooklyn at New York j Cincinnati at Chicago I Pittsburg at St. Louis. I I all the springs and. well from which spread under the trees and to eat diri-Jthe cIt had its SUPP'" of water. The result was that the inhabitants be gan dying of thirst and famine and begged the elders to surrender to the enemy.. - At this juncture, Judith, a devout widow of great beauty, had a vision from the Lord and was moved to offer herself as a deliverer of her people. After performing the sacred rites according to the custom of the times, clothing herself in sack cloth and putting ashes upon her head, she dressed herself in her finest rai ment,, with many jewels and orna ments, and went forth, accompanied by her maid, to the camp of the Assyrians, where her beauty and ad dress .obtained for her an immediate interview with Holofernes. This stern captain, who ruled his army with merciless brutality, was enraptured with the Jewish beauty, and lent willing ear to her promise that she would deliver all Judea into his-hands. He gave her a tent and many; attendants, and strove by his attentions to gain her personal favor. With artful cunning, she played on American League Chicago at Detroit St. Louis at Cleveland New York at Washington Boston at Philadelphia. I Federal League 1 Brooklyn at Baltimore I Pittsburg at Buffalo. Coast League No games scheduled. his weakness until he invited her to an elaborate entertainment in his quarters. Here she succeeded in in ducing him to dismiss all his ser vants, and when he was overcome with wine, she took down his sword and cut off his head. She escaped back to Bethulia with her maM and the head of the dead general, arriv ing inside the walls just as th in habitants weve giving up all hope and were crying aloud -for the city to be surrendered. The men of Bethu lia were inspired by her seemingly miraculous act to great enthusiasm and courage, and they fell upon the Assyrians who were in a panic from the loss of their leader. The result was a complete defeat of the invad ing army. Great rejoicing followed in Bethulia, and Judith was raised to the highest esteem of the people.