PAG II TWO
r. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 191-1
WORLD of SPORT
Grand all Rides 'er
Clean And Wins Sand
Pull; Imler Second
Mrkl Rider Conquers the
Iith Hazard in Three
Straight Laps and Far
Outrides All Competitors.
Hoiks Win, 6-:
Harry Crandall. "riding 'er clean"
.n the sand race yesterday with
l-Wt-tv ..t time to .spare, and then some.
".nttinmc all the thrills and delights
f m'tr lo racing, bronco busting,
. ;r. us clowning and plowing in the
nr-l.te. the arenaceous contest hugely
l the conservatively sized crowd
thM liDrnl the course.
Mister Crandall was winner partly
Waiw he wore a sort of a path for
fumsvlf and succeeded in sticking to it,
and jvnrilv because he was exceedingly
lin'ky. While every one of the other
intcstants spilled most sensationally at
iw ditch harard near the start line,
r.ind.ill stayed right side up with care
and never scraped his feet. He rode
the same Merkel that he will bestride
in the coming San Diego to Phoenix
roa-l race, Imler on an Indian was
svond and Kogle on a Harley came
Kliie Wilson, the Thop entrant was
making the most sensational practices
when he spilled, his right foot caught
n the chain and he was out of it with
a severely lacerated ankle. He was
rushed to town in Dr. Boido's auto,
and there were some stitches sewed
:nt hU hurt foot. Few doubts that
r-e would have won the contest, strictly
n his sensational riding, but for his
Achilles stunt. It is not known yet
whether the accident will keep him out
of the El Paso-Phoenix road race.
The movies which Bob Turnhull took
were magnificent. He succeeded in
filming every spill of any consequence.
Stationed near the dangerous ditch
crossing, he did energetically grind in
to good celluloid the passing or the
stopping of every rider.
Jack McN'ew announced the follow
ing official times:
Course six-tenths of a mile.
Crandall, Merkel 1:23
Imler, Indian 2:8A
Fogle, Harley 2:18
Gerig, Merkel 2:45
Lane, Harley 4:35
Other contestants were Ryddcrow,
Harley and Orput, Indian. Neither
succeeded in bucking the sand to any
great extent, although both were well
mounted and made plucky tries at it.
Rud went head first into a sand bank
and stuck up to his waist.
The Ball (?) Game
The clerks batted and errored and
stole their way to a 6 to 3 victory in the
ball game against members of the Mo
torcycle club. Krause and Cook dal
lied with the riders for six innings and
in the seventh aviated just enough to
prevent them getting a clean cut shut
out. Weyand put considerable on the
ball while he was twirling, but gave
way to Godfrey in the sixth, and the
old time speed merchant of the All
Americans stuck some of his pegs into
the mitt of Catcher Rudderow also of
the old time All Americans. The rest
smote the grand stand.
THIS IS LEAGUE BALL'S
FINIS FOR SEASON 1914
Club 'rid. W. L. PcL
Portland 197 113 84 .572
Los Angeles ."..210 116 94 .552
San Francisco. .211 115 96 .545
Venice 211 115 9S .535
Missions 21L 90 121 .426
Oakland 212 79 133 .372
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Portland 0 0 2
San Francisco 7 13 l
Batteries: Krause and Yantz; Fan
ning and Schmidt.
R. H. E.
1 8 0
....13 10 0
Yantz; Pernoll and Clarke.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Venice 4 11 1
Los Angeles 3 9 1
Batteries: Decanniere and Hogan;
Ehmke and Boes.
"WE PHOTOGRAPH ANYTHING, ANY TIME, ANY PLACE," WITH THE BEST EQUIPPED
; PLACE IN THE STATE
Photo Craft Shop
1 CACTUS WAY
!- Is Prepared to Do Your
The Way It Should Be Done
DUBOIS CHECKS OUT AT REPUBLICAN JUST AS
6ASSER COMES IN FROM EL PASO ROAD TRIAL
Anion Contender for Republican Cup
Gets Away at Night for his Pre
liminary to Los Angeles
"linton M. DuBois, entrant and driv
er of the phoenix Cole the only Ari
zona -.ir in the Los Angeles to Phoenix
snt'i race, pulled out of here last night,
on hi. first trial trip over the course.
With him went his assistant, Johnnie
PuB"is. who is president of the in
xrstment company which bears his
nie. is new in the racing game,
thoiich he is considered something spe-
i.-l in the way of a road driver. He
has had the Cole built on a bare chas
sis, sent specially for this race from
t;e factory. The engine is the same
that is nsed in the Cole "SO" touring
t ar and roadster, and every bit of its
adjustment was done in the Trans
At nine-forty -five, Johnnie Caminet
ti tde The Republican force good bye,
hocking out for Clinton's first trial.
Th Colo was sent north past the In
dian svhool to avoid th bad road on
;ran! avenue, and before midnight was
taminir up the desert stretches to
ward Morristown and Wickenburg.
lliBois will drive to Prescott before
stopping for a few hours sleep.
Driver of Death Car has Most Com
plete Knowledge of Eastern Route
IFS THE LONG LEAN
TADLOCK WHO WON IT
Firvmen Indulge in Motorcycle Race,
and Skinny Welo Beats Padded
McCaan a Mile in Ten
Paul, better known to fame and
i"h-nix as Welo Tadlock is a hero in
a couple of respects, for he rode an
Kxcr-lsior motorcycle alone and unas
sisted to a ten mile victory over Ivan
M.-Cann. who is also a fireman some
times. The contest was staged to a
Mnall and exclusive audience at the
lair grounds yesterday.
XM'ann was lapped, although he
emicht up a hundred yard handicap
and aa three-quarters of a mile ahead
.r his rival at the fifth mile. Time
There Is a shrewd suspicion that
Tadl.wk's mount was a ported machine.
fr no loss speedy a boat could have
made such astounding time. McCann
fully maintains that his was a stock
car, hut Tadlock avers Mack ought to
pthvk to the Pullmans they are com
fort ahK-r and go faster.
The race was the outcome of Mc
Onn's brash ' statement that Tadlock
not only couldn't win a race, but
couldn't even ride a motorcycle. Just
to show l.is contempt for the long lean
fireman's prowess, he gave him a hun
dred yard start.
Tad is merely adding to an already
bulky et of laurels and other green
ery His first stunt was to win the
rte as the tallest Moose on July 4.
Then he won another trophy as the
hungriest looking Phoenix fireman.
Mci'ann says Tadlock's victory was not
riu to thr excellence of the machine
t to the ability of the rider, but solely
to the razor-sharp front the Excelsior
man presented to the wind. All who
know McCann's generous form will
Lew Gasser, pilot of the Stutz Bear
cat that killed Jack Forrest at Forrest
station on the Douglas-Bisbee road last
year, checked in at The Republican of
fice just as Clint DuBois checked out
on his way to Los Angeles. With him
was his mechanician Dave Marshall.
With one of the fastest cars, and a
knowledge of the road not equaled
among the entrants in the El Paso
Phoenix race, Gasser will stand a big
show of winning. Johnson drove the
same machine with a broken frame to
second place last year, and Gasser
argues that with care, there is no reas
on why he shouldn't do as well, if not
better this fall.
The road report he gave out bears
out The Republican's prediction that
the race will bo won at 35 miles an
hour, or better.
"If there is no more rain, we are all
right. Rain within a couple of weeks
of the race will make everybody take
to the side of the hills. The washes
are pretty had in some few places, but
the stretches are better than they were
two weeks ago when I came over with
Rob Rhinehart. The only places where
there is mud are in the Animas valley
and just this side of Grantte "gap,
coming down toward Rodeo and Doug
WITH THE BOXERS I
The Kenosha (Wis.) promoter an
nounces that he will give no more big
percentages nor will he offer guar
antees. Sam Robideau, the Philadelphia
lightweight, has been making a nice
showing in the six-round game in the
If Stanley Yoakum, the Denver
lightweight, carried a knockout punch
he would ' be a world-beater. He Is
undoubtedly one of the toughest 133
pounders to be found anywhere in
Afternoon game R. H. E.
Venice 2 i 3
Los Angeles 7 13 0
Batteries: Smith, Klepfer and
Bliss, Bayless; Ryan. Wolier and
At Oakland R. H. E.
Oakland 5 12 0
Mission 6 16 -4
Batteries: Xlawitter and Mitze;
Gregory and Rohrer.
Afternoon game1- R. II. E.
Oakland ,3 10 2
Mission 6 9 1
Batteries: Killilay, Bromley .and
Alexander; Stroud and Hannah.
ANIMADO CLUB BEATS
By a lone touchdown, unsupported
by a successful goal, the Club Ani
mado beat the Club Juarez in the
first of their series of football games
yesterday. Walter Reghetti, fullback
of the Animados bucked the ball
across the line in the second quarter
for the only score of the game.
The Animados, who are a club of
young Mexican athletes will meet the
Phoenix Indians about next Sunday.
The Juarez club is a similar or
ganization, Manuel Avilez, the form
er welterweight pugilist, being its
Animados lined up as follows:
Ramon Pina, le; Manuel Cavanias,
It; Harvey Wilson, Ig; Frank Bab
cock, c; Alex Sonoqui, rg; Louis
Parir, rt; Bill Rivera, re; Ramon
Dias, rhb; Eduardo Figuerroa, lhb;
Walter Reghetti, fb; Johnson, qb.
PINNEY & ROBINSON
17 South Central
Captain Gunderjoi of Iowa joined
the ranks of vanquished football
pilots last Saturday when Chicago
University defeated Iowa by a score
of 7-0. Gunderson lead; an un
usual! strong team, but luck was
I against it in the Chicago contest.
AS WELTER 10 ROUNDER
Louis 'Scott, own brother to Eddie
and Andy of baseball fame in this
city, and somewhat famous in that
line himself, has turned pugilist. Scott
informed the sport editor of this fact
by means of a postal card dated at
Cushing, Oklahoma, near where Bobby
Waugh and the Cherokee Kid began
Scott has played centerfield for the
Nebraska Greens, a team of Indians,
all sun&ner, and now that the season
has ended. Is branching out in an
other form of sport. In the short dis
tance mills, he says he has fought
nineteen fights in two months, and
has won all but one of them before
the fourth round. The other he took
on a foul.
He meets Jesse - White, a well
known welter at Tulsa next month,
DANIELS' LITTLE FORD
E. P. Schnacht, driver of the Ford,
which will leave Los Angeles as car
No. 3 A. B. Daniels' entry, arrived
last night at 11:30.
Daniels entered Olin Davis and the
Locomobile which won last year's race.
Schnacht's car is that same No. 26 he
drove in last year's race.
Jack Greenwood and Kincald, the
maker of the Kincaid Special, which
has been quartered at Wayland Wood's
tshop these last two days will depart
at six this morning for a return trip
over the course.
Calendar of Sports for the Week
Monday N. E. Fox Hunters' clubs
begins annual chase at Belchertown,
Mass. Atlanta Motorcycle club run to
Wednesday Boston Terrier . club
opens annual show at Boston.
Thursday Mike Glover vs. K. O.
Sweeney, at Waterbury, Conn. Jimmy
Fassane vs. Cy Smith, at Wraterbury,
Friday Jack Britten vs. Kid Lewis
at New York. Tom Kennedy vs. Bat
tling Levinsky, at New York. George
Chip vs. Jimmy Clabby, twenty rounds
at San Francisco.
Saturday Virginia United Hunts,
at Middleburg, Va. Last day of rac
ing meet at Laurel, Md. Bicycle
races at Boston, in preparation for
six day race. American ten-mile and
seven-mile walking championships, nt
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TO AMERICA FOR
"These are days of thrilling ad
ventures and experiences for Ameri
can representatives in Europe," said
Harvey R. Stewart, foreign repre
sentative of the Taige Motor Car
company upon his arrival in New
Tork the other day.
"The sea is well patrolled by Bri
tish cruisers,' said Mr. Stewart, "and
our trip over was without incident,
although there was an atmosphere
of suppressed excitement that kept
the passengers keyed up.
"The great war ,has affected the
production of British made automo
biles but slightly, but that fact will
have no bearing on the greater op
portunities for American export that
will eventually grow out of the strug
gle. While the factories are running
overtime they are producing cars for
"The French factories are all closed,
not from . want of money, but from
lack of labor. Every aide bodied man
from 21 to 50 years of age is at the
front. The factory organization will
be so badly demoralized at the close
of the war that it will require
months, if not years, for plants to re
turn to full production. There should
be a big demand for trucks and de
livery vans and automobiles of low
and medium price. ,
"This fact should give American
'makers their opportunity, for the cars
now in the army will be short lived
owing to the fact that factories are
not in position to furnish damaged
parts, and few cars used by the
armies can ever be returned to the
owners. European countries, with the
exception of Great Britain, are and
will be at the olose of the war prac
tically without automobiles. There
should be, therefore, a great market
for American cars."
In the opening game of the South
ern Michigan -and Michigan State
league post-season scries, Rohhins, the
Snrin:iv nitclinr f:innoil fiftoon f th
MusKegon uatsmcn. pions.
Pitcher Kiofer, formerly of the
Southern Michigan league, made a
fine showing in his trial with the
Indianapolis Federal league cham-
Tlie annual report of President
Tearney of the Thrcc-I league showed
a deficit of $:'50, largely in money
due each club fur mileage equaliza
ANCIENT SENL1S, IN NORTHERN FRANCE, DESTROYED BY GERMANS I
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Here is n view of (he ruins of Scr.lis, after the bombardment of that ancient north of France town by the
Germans The beautiful old cathedral lies in ruins, teforc the bombardment the town boasted of its sixteen
towers of the (i:l!o-Romnn fortifications, which were so jealously preserved through the ages. The city had a
population of about 8.000. Durinjr the bombardment the mayor and a score of citizens lost their lives.
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