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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4. 1913 - IT HIKE AND MOM GAR RACES MAY GET BY RIVERSIDE COUNTY IF ORANGE COUNTY GOHT HUES BALKY Ls Anui'les and San Diego Correspondents Give Outline !' Situation Worcester Reassures Phoenix Motor .vclt' Club of Support of Los Angeles Riders and of Di alers' Association Derkuni, on Committee, Plans to IJring Tandem Over Race Course Last Year's "Winner Has Unique Publicity Stunt San Diego Names Fifteen Riders Who Are Sure to Start in Second Annual Coast to Phoenix Motorcycle Classic. ' i action of the supervisors of V.: . rsMi; oounty, California depends f.l ice in that state from which the . s! to phoenix motorcycle nice will :-t. .rt According to information re . ivi ! ytsterday from San Diego, Or- ire county has finally closed the short .!..! h-st route along the coast, to both -. :u;i. and motorcycle races. River--..!.. : ir.v will act within a few days. : :s li.thh probable, that owing to the .run- rv jt ssnrc that the auto club of s..::he:u California can bring to bear. Kiv.Tside officials will open their -!. And in that case, the motorcycle j. i - will have the same privileges as :. ir ".iff brothers." In a n port submitted to the race 'Villi. tt. e. Hcrheit W. Worcester, out ; t -s the situation as follows: T'i.' first man T got in touch with a I'. i d Ierkum, who says he does Nla-ve we can run the race from .!.uflcs on account of the opposi tion . r orange county, Herkuni and , n thtr racing man were made a eom r.nuee from the Los Angeles Motor- i ! lub to give aid to the Phoenix Oerknin promises financial sup r.rt from the Hendee Mfg. company il : frum the local Indian agency. T,..1 ? loioivyele Dealers' association is .- h.i pi.innihg to help us. Here is big Derkum a-Tandem I'erkiini is planning to enter the t ! e , arrying tandem. How is that for l.!ii" publicity? Also the cripple, who "it ai ross the continent on a Merkel .tli side ar. wants to get in w ith his : 'ire-w heeler. " San Diego Entries T'.ijmond Smith of San Diego writes ll.irr L'me nf Phoenix as follows: There will be at least twenty Kan Iv'S'i bos in the race, and a great many Los Angeles fellow's. Art Holmes : rd 1 .ire going to ride Harley-David-'.! s and expect to be in Phoenix by S. vetn!-r l"i on our first trial trip. The pi"bable San Diego entries are: Indians Weitzel. Currier. fr.' hi. M'-rris, Crane, House and Kin r 'n Excelsiors Leng, Buckley, ' rn-i'.r.l and Artley. ' n Harieys Smith. Holmes, Moak ;.n-l Dunham." Lane Goes East Harry Linr leaves this morning for Indiana poli. taking his vacation in that direction in order to see the big riders, and factory representatives anent the coming coast to Phoenix mo torcycle classic. Although a member of the committee for the northern Arizona race, Lane is going to talk coast to Phoenix race ex clusively, as the latter is the nationally known classic. He will probably ride in the desert grind, with the Harley Davidson team, which the Appeal peo ple of Los Angeles are entering. Clubs, factory representatives, pub licity experts and the riders themselves will receive calls from this energetic young Phoenician, who will lose no time in getting in touch with E. G. Baker, another resident of this city, and who is now attending the big race meets in the east as an Indian expert. Lane's mission is mostly in the line of publicity, but partly financial. The makers of motorcycles are expected to send their expert racers to the coast to enter the long grind, and it takes publicity to get them in the notion. . . o MESA SIGNS UP FOR TWO SERES-MUM AND RAY I WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY ' National League rittsbnrg at P.oston I St. Louis at Brooklyn i Chicago at Xew York I Cincinnati at Philadelphia American League Philadelphia at Chicago - Boston at St. Louis New York, at Detroit Washington at Cleveland Federal League St. Louis at Pittsburg Chicago at Baltimore Kansas City at Brooklyn Indianapolis at Buffalo Coast League San Francisco at Sacramento Los Angeles at Oakland . Portland at Venice Cubs Wallop "Y" Insiders The Cubs' Athletic club took its classy indoor baseball team over to the Y. M. C. A. last night for a practice game and cleaned up the fast Y team 1ft to S. The game was full of interesting plays, and was ! hotly contested for the first one of J the season. Tolleson, the Y first j baseman made a lot of regular spec tacular "spears," and Captain Hersh man of the Bearkins. setting an ex ample for his teammates, knocked a hard fly into right field for the only homer of the game. Dick Heflin, the Cub pitcher shed his shirt in the second inning and held the Y team to two runs until the ninth, when the home guard descended upon his perspiring form for four runs but not enough to win. The Cubs' line up: Stewart c, Heflin p, Reno lb, Mann ss, Barnett ss, Irvine 3b, Hershman (captain) rf, Kinney cf, Pickrell If. Johnnie Irvine kept the score in a manner which George Lane calls business-like, only nobody could read the put outs, assists or errors after it was made up. The Cubs are ready to receive chal lenges from any indoor baseball team in Phoenix men or w omen ann a.sh. that prospectors after lickings write t' 1-21 North Second street to the (captain. Herb Hershman . 9 National League f ' 1 l Standings I Club W. I Pet j 1 New York ........53 37 .590 j Chicago 52 43 .547 St. Louis 51 48 .526 1 I Boston 46 45 .505 j j Cincinnati 46 49 .484 Philadelphia 43 49 .467 I Brooklyn 39 50 .438 j j Pittsburg 40 51 .440 Phillies Blank Bearlets PHILADELPHIA, August 2. Phil adelphia won by knocking Stack out of the box- in the first five innings. Sco'.-e R H E Chicago 0 6 1 Philadelphia 5 1 Batteries: Stack, Zabel and Arch er; Alexander and Killifer. HOW PHOENIK f LISTS WON SMELTER CITY GUP It Was a Grand Old Match and Only Added to Lau rels of' Western Cham pions 9th Cavalry Didn't Act Like thev Liked It. Energetic Jewels Take on Two Mine Town Teams Proposed That Miami and Mesa Play one Game Here BaseballGoods PINNEY & ROBINSON 17 South Center It sort of slipped out last evening that Mesa, the champion tenth inning winner of Sunday would do battle for lour or five days with the Ray expon ents of the National pastime, and it was admitted freely that on August 13. 14, 1.1, and 16, Mesa would lie the hosts to the Miami Miners, thereby proving that the Jewels are not a-scarcd of anything that swings picks on week days and ball bats holidays. Mesa goes into the two series well equipped to make a showing. The way the Jewels have treated Phoenix the last week showed that the brethren from the southside are not going back very rapidly. But both the mine-town teams will make Mesa stretch herself. Ray Is about the strongest team in the state, and Miami is no slouch. Suggestions have been made to Manager Langowski of Mesa that he play the Sunday game with Miami on the Phoenix grounds. He has made no announcement anent this plan. First Baseman Hoblitzel's bunting and base running have been a big fac tor in the sensational climb of the Boston Red Sox up the pennant ladder. By walloping seven other teams in the great Smelter city. rifle matches in Douglas Sunday, the Phoenix P.ifle club earned four out of the six trophies, and bested tine aggregation carrying four men, who had place." on tne national team at Camp Perry last year. How they did it is related by Dr. L. Boido, who returned yesterday morning bring ing the official score, which the Phoe nicians ripped from its frame as their very own, after the victory. "There were forty-eight men on the firing line and five hundred people looking on," said Boido last night. "It was an immense fine match, and even the fact that the men we beat weren't good sports didn't detract any from the glory. Everywhere we turned, we were informed thai the Ninth Cavalry team, composed of picked shots from among the officers would make us look like handlers of .22 rifles. We laid low and tried to get some Douglas money, but there was none in sisht. "Hurst was shooting with the double arm strap at the five hundred range, and Was winning still another trophy for us, when after six bulls' eyes, they made him use the single strap, thereby causing us to lose the cup at that distance. "The teams entered in the match were: The Bisbee Rifle club. Douglas Rifle club. Phoenix Rifle club, Ninth Cavalry, Tenth Cavalry, Twelfth In fantry and Company O, N. Ci. A. Our total was 1092 out of a possible 1200, and the Ninth Cavalry team's score was 107.1. Here is how we scored: "At the 500 yard range, which was shot first, we. were two behind the sturdy yth. At the 600 we had made up the two and were 15 points to the good. We added five more at the 200, which was the third range shot, and lost threo at the 300, leaving us 17 points to the gravy. "Prizes were distributed as follows: "Phoenix Rifle club: Silver shield 12 inches high engraved: "Smelter City Rifle Match", for our total score. A smaller shield for Collins, for his score of 411 at the 600 yard range. A loving cup lor McRae for his "possible at the 200-yard range. A gold medal for Col lins fur his best all round score of the dav 1110 points out of a possible 200." The Phoenix riflists' scores were as follows: Collins ". 190 McRae 1S3 Hurst ISO Harris 180 Eden.s ISO Boido 179 Total . . . 1092 ! The Bisbee Rifle club and the Ninth I Cavalry team have accepted an invi tation to come over to Phoenix and let the champions do it to 'em again. The date of the match has not been an nounced. The Montreal Royals have been playing a much better brand of ball since Dan Howley took charge of the team. Lee Magee of the Cardinals is hav ing the best season in stick work he has had since coming into the, Na tional league. $500.00 IN MONEY MERCHANDISE, TICKETS, CREDIT COUPONS AND OTHER VALUABLES will be buried in the sand for Bathers to dig for. o) L2 leirks uned Bay.Picnic and Tireasuire Uunt THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 6TH. Everybody come down, bring your lunch, and have a good, old-fashioned time. PRIZE GOLD MEDAL WALTZ IN THE EVENING MUSIC, DANCING, FUN AND FROLIC Best Movies in the State ALL FOR A DIME LTD MS rflffi Good Old Konetchy! BROOKLYN. August 3. Ed Kon etchy broke up the game by smash ing a homer to deep center field with the bases full in the thirteenth inn ing. This put Brooklyn back in the last place in the league. Score U II E Pittsburg 7-13 3 Brooklyn 3 12 1 Batteries: Cooper and Gibson; Ragan and McCarty, Miller (13 innings). Ciney'i Four Wins NEW YORK, August 3. Cincinnati made it four out of five by dividing a doubleheader. Herzog was knock ed unconscious in a collision with Bescher in the first game in the eighth inning, but was revived. The second game, Snodgrass was ordered off the field. In the ninth inning with two out McGraw was put out of the game for defying empire Byron to forfeit the game. Score R II E Cincinnati 2 11 2 New York 7 n 2 Batteries: Benton. Schneider. Yingling and Clarke; Mathewson and .ieyers, McLean. hecond game R II E Cincinnati 5 jo New York 4 9 Batteries: Ames, Schneider and Gonzales, Clarke; Demaree and Mey ers. Boston Blanks Card BOSTON, August ?,. Boston won in the ninth inning on two singles nn a sacrifice, and Butler's error, Tyler scoring. Score R H E St. Louis 0 3 Boston 5 ; Batteries: Griner and Snvder Tyler and Whaling. - j American League Club Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit . . . Chicago . . . St. Louis . New York Cleveland . 4 Standings J W. U Pet. I 61 34 .642 j 35 43 .561 . . . . . r3 43 55 ' 51 4S .515 t 4S 50 .490 I 47 49 .490 I 43 55 .439 ! 32 6S .220 I Chicago 9 Athletics 8 CHICAGO. August 3. An eighth inning batting rally turned defeat into victory for Chicago. Score rt H E Philadelphia s 8 1 Chicago 0 in 1 Batteries: Plank, Tennock. Bush anil Lapp, Schang; Scott, Russell Faber. Wolfgang and Schalk. Nats Win on Nsds' Seven Frmr. CLEVELAND, August 3. Cleve land made seven errors thereby los ing the game. Both Finale -nnd Ilagerman were knocked out of the DOX. Score R H E Washington 7 n 3 I leveland 4 6 -t Batteries: Engle. Avers and Hen ry; Hagerman, Collamore and Egan i Covey Beats Cola DETROIT. August 3. Covaleskie cutpitched Cole winning easily. Score R II E .ew lork 1 4 it Detroit 4 12 2 Batteries: Cole and Nunamnker; Covaleskie and Baker. Browns Pound Gregg ST LOCIS, August 3. St. Louis pounded Gregg hard in the sixth inn ng. winning 6 to 1. Score R H E Boston 1 fi 9 St. I,ouis ; i 0 Batteries: Bedient and radv. Tho mas; Jameis and Crossin. Federal League I Club- Standing Won. Lost. I t hicago 55 42 I Baltimore 51 40 I Indianapolis ... 49 42 I Brooklyn 47 41 ; Hiinaio 45 I Kansas City 43 I Pittsburg 41 t. Louis 40 46 54 50 56 I Pet I .567 I .560 I .538 j .534 j .495 ! .443 j .451 ! .417 I Dickson Beats Chifeds PITTSBURG. Ane-iist .1 nicksnn defeated Chicago by holding them to six hits and making a single in the tenth that scored the. winning run. Score r rr 1? Chicago 0 6 1 Tittsburg j - 1 Batteries: Watson iinil PlpmnnR- Dickson and Kerr. BALTIMORE. Allinist It Tt.nll lmn made it straight for the series by winning today. Score t? rt v Kansas Citv .! in ; Baltimore g ji 5 Batteries: Johnson rr-irrie nnd Brown; Conley, Yount and Jack-litsch. Bunched vs. Scattered " BUFFALO. August 3 Rlo-ht hila Were made off Unrilol Dnnr. bunched in three innings, while Ford allowed but one hit to each inning, except Jn the eighth. A Portable Typewriter Remin groin Junior As durable as the standard Reming ton. 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Pet j Portland 62 50 .554 I.Venice 67 56 .545 I San Francisco 59 .528 Los Angeles 64 -r'8 "-' I i Sacramento 5S 64 .475 Oakland 45 7." .375 I I No games scheduled. I PROGRESSIVES FILE INTENTION PAPERS Leaders on Ticket Declare Intention to Become Candidates George V. Young, J. Bernard Nelson and Frank H. Parker, candidates re spectively for the office of governor, Fnited States senator and member of the state tax commission on the pro gressive ticket filed formal notice of their intentions yesterday as candi dates, with the secretary of state. Other documents filed during the day included announcement of intention and nomination 1 petitions of Judge Henry D. Ross, whose name will appear on the ballot as candidate to succeed himself on the supreme bench, and one nomination ptUlion favoring the can didacy of Heels M. Ling, candidate for United States senator subject to the decision of the democratic primaries. 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