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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 3915.
EAQE FIVE WORLD of SPORT PHOENIX LEAGUE CLUB MEETS IIS TODAY Tomorrow's (Jamc is With Mcsa-Tempe Combined All But Throe Members of Club Here Park 1U ing .Improved BY SCOOP All but Catcher Bert Lynn, an outfiekler and u pitcher are among u. That mean that practically the same men who will strive for a pennant for thin fair city thi.s sum mer will lie neen In this afternoon's little flush with the Indians out at the end of the Tailine of that name. Manager Herb Hester retwrned from Tucson yesterday, and took his squad to Riverside for a wallowing lira dice. Meanwhile. Homer King was working on the park improve ments and at nightfall had complet ed the arrangements for piping a lot of water onto the dusty lot. Today's game will give these base ball chaps a chance to show: Xtitt. ; Tinman, cf: Demaggio, rf: Brown. If: Scaiiion, lib: Dowling. -b; McArdle, ss: Hester, lb; 'Toner and Mot 'reery, pitchers. Among yesterday's arrivals are Me Creery and Demaggio. Harry Mc Ardle. former shortstop with the San Francisco Seals arrived the day ! fore. Sunday's Game j. For Sunday. Manager Langowski of ! the .Mesa Jewels will bring an out fit of Mesa and Tempe players to Phoenix for a game at Kiverside 'park. Ky Sunday, the said park will be in fair shape, although it will not have had enough wetting down to lay all the dust. Hall will prob ably hurl for the southsiders while both Toner and Met 'reery will be ; given a show for Phoenix, i Hert Lynn, the catcher, notified i Hester that he was on his way, but ; Hes thinks the backstop won't get here until Monday. In case he doesn't make it. John Xutt will officiate. Training camp1 scenes are beginning to be enacted at Kiverside by the i first league tossers who ever wore, i Phoenix uniforms. of course, they j have not had their new outfits yet, i bet when those white and black trimmed suits come, the Phoenicians FIFTEEN? '.i I f'i will be considerably dtidy, according to Pittman. The Spalding line has been selected throughout by the Phoenix management. The best suits obtainable will grace the man ly forms of the Senators, and Spald ing bats will Bend Spalding balls hopping over the place where every body wishes there was some green sward. That, too, is coming in time meaning the greensward. Hester is now debating on the desirability of putting in Bermuda or Kentucky blue. . ' They're for 'Em When Tom Shaughnessy approach ed the directors of the chamber of commerce yesterday and broached the subject of baseball, he was met with the usual hearty response that this institution makes to a worthy cause. l is well known that .the Phoenix team will need-a da mon, and that it is doing its darnedest to raise the needful. So President Fen nemore named a big committee, to work in conjunction with other com mittees, and he selected for it J. Tom Whitney, Dave Goldberg. John Hyder. H. Clay Parker. V. Evans, Vic Hanny, Celora M. Stoddard and W. G. Hornsberger. Globe Series Maybe Mebbeso the team will travel to Globe the latter part of next week. The mining city has made an offer for three games Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In case the team does go. it will have to hustle back in order to open with Kitty Brashear's Tucsonians on the following Tues day. Hester desires it known that the change in schedule, depriving us of a chance to witness the opener, will not interfere with the arrangements for redeeming those dollar tickets. Such tickets will be good all the first week that Phoenix plays at home which will be from Tuesday May 4 to Sunday, May !. when Tuc son comes here for some games. By that time, the park will have been rendered fit for fast baseball, the extensions on the grand stand will be completed, the club house under that new stand will have been equipped with shower baths, rubbing benches and other things dear to the heart of the athlete. 0 Boston. It was stopped in the ninth owing to darkness. Score . R H E Boston 6 5 0 Philadelphia $ 8 1 Batteries Ruth, Comstock, Mays and Carrigan. Thomas; Bressler, Shaw key and McVoy, Lapp. NATIONALS WIN LAST WASHINGTON. April 16. Wash ington won the final game of the ser ies from New York by making the most of Brown's wildness in the box for the visitors. New York 2 6 1 Washington S 7 1 Batteries Brown and Sweeney; Gallia and Ainsmith. THEIR TEETH CHATTERED DETROIT. April 16. With the tem perature a little above freezing, Cleve land defeated Detroit. The game took two hours and a half. Score R H E Cleveland 9 12 1 Detroit 6 8 4 Batteries Hagerman, Jones and F-gan; Cavet, Boland, Ledbetter and McKee. National League Federal League STANDING OF THE CLUBS Club V. L. Pet. Brooklyn 4 1 .800 Chicago S 1 .730 Kansas City 2 1 .667 Newark 3 3 .r,00 Buffalo 2 3 .400 Baltimore 4 .333 Pittsburg 2 4 .333 St. Louis 1 3 .230 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Baltimore at Newark. j Brooklyn at Buffalo. Chicago at St. Louis. Kansas City at Pittsburg. I NEWFEDS LOSE AGAIN NEWARK, April 16. Bailey held the locals to five scattered hits in the opening game here. Score R H E Baltimore 2 12 Newark 2 5 3 Batteries Bailey and Owens, Fal kenburg and Rariden. . - EDEIIS GETS MEDAL 1 Handsome Bronze Place ue Presented to Expert Rifle Shot All Three National .. Trophies Are Now Owned Here At a charming spread given by Mrs. T. I.. Edens last night to members of the Phoenix Rifle club, President Lorenzo Boidc presented to Mr. Edens the third of the series of National Rifle Association championship badges, a handsome bronze placque, engraved with the record oi the splendid victory the club won on -March IS at the State association's match, held at Tucson in conjunction with the South ern A riwna fair. It was Dr. Boido's proud announce ment that of the three plaeques given to Arizona by the National associa tion, all are now in the hands of their Winers members of the Phoenix Rifle club. Colonel Charles W. Harris pos sesses one, Seregant Jackson McRae another and Tom Edens the third. A featur" of the evening was the exhibition dancing gien by Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Hurst. Those present at the banquet were: Colonel and Mrs. C. W. Harris, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Hughes, Dr. and Mrs. L. Boido, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hurst. Mr. and Mrs. S. Shue. Misses Lottie Wyatt and Helen DuVoyl and Bert Freeman. o DOCTORS INVEST IN CHESTERFIELD SIXES Dr. Norton and Dr. Pearson Latest Purchasers of Handsome Cars; America Likes Bright Colors STANDING OF THE CLUBS CHI WINS IN NINTH CHICAGO, April 16. Timely hit in the ninth gave Chicago the deciding tally. I Score R H E j Pittsburg 3 7 2 Chicago 4 8 0 Batteries Riggs and Berry; Pren- dergast and Fischer. Brooklyn and Buffalo rain. I Club W. L. Pet. 1 Philadelphia 2 0 100" ! Chicago 2 t .667 j I Cincinnati 2 1 .667 j i New. York i 1 .667 ! Brooklyn t 2 .338 I Pittsburg 1 2 .333 St. Louis 1 2 .333 I Boston 0 2 .000 Pittsburg at Cincinnati. St. Louis at Chicago. Brooklyn at Boston. ( Philadelphia at New York. J , i WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY - I I STANDING OF THE CLUBS I I Club W. L. Pet. ! Los Angeles 13 " .722 j I San Francisco .... 3 S .529 I i Portland 8 8 .300 Oakland 8 9 .471 I Salt Lake 3 8 .383 I Venice : 5 10 .333 j VANCE IS WILD CINCINNATI, April 16. Vance's wildness it! the third cost Pittaburg the third game of the series. 'core R II K Pittsburg 5 8 2 Cincinnati 4 7 0 Batteries Vance, Conzelman, Kant- elmer and Gibson, Schang; Douglas, Dale and Clarke. LICKED THE GIANTS NEW YORK. April 16. Appleton, a recruit member of Brooklyn, pitched his first major league game and held New York to six hits. Score R H E Brooklyn 3 8 2 New York 3 6 2 Batteries Appleton and McCarty; Perritt and Meyers. CUBS 4 CARDS 2 CHICAGO, April 1G. Good's home run in the fouith, following Mcl.ar ry' single gave Chicago the victory Score R H E St.. Lou in 2 8 1 Chicago .... - 4 7 1 Batteries Griner and Glenn; La vender and Archer. - , ivrwvMifyi(mjmnn Coast League I WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY I San Francisco at Los Angelea. Venice at Portland. Salt Lake at Oakland. I members of the medical profession, as was evidence yesterday when Mc Arthur brothers sold a handsome Chesterfield Six to Dr. J. c. Norton of Phoenix. Dr. Norton's model is in "elephant'' gray, with wire wheels. j - ANGELS AND BURNS WIN LOS ANGELES. April 16. Los Xn geles got the break in the sixth and made four straight from San Francis co. Burns the Angel pitcher had his third consecutive victory. Score R H E San Francisco 2 10 2 Los Angeles 3 8 2 Batteries Smith, Barham, Killilay and Schmidt; Burns and Boles. PHILADELPHIA, April 16. Phila delphia at Boston postponed aeount of rain. American League STANDING OF THE CLUBS I Club W. L, Pet. Chicago .. 2 1 .667 j Cleveland 2 1 .667 Washington 2 1 .667 Boston t 1 .500 I Philadelphia 1 1 .500 Detroit 1 2 .333 I New York 1 2 .333 j St. Louis 1 2 .333 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Chicago at St. Louis.. ! Cleveland at Detroit. I Boston at Washington. New York at Philadelphia. sox. Loses to browns ST. LOUIS, April 16. Loudermilk pitched a masterly game and St. Louis beat Chicago. Score R H E Chicago 2 3 1 St. Louis 4 11 4 Batteries Russell, Cicotte and Schalk; Loudermilk and Agnew. HELD VENICE PORTLAND, April 16. Higginboth am held Venice to five hits.' Portland winning by batting hard. Score R ir E Venice 1 5 1 Portland 6 11 1 Batteries Hitt and Mitze; Higgin- botham and Carisch. OAKS WIN BY ONE SAX FRANCISCO, April 16. In a hard fought game with Oakland a single run defeated Salt Lake. Score R H E Salt Lake , 0 4 2 Oakland 1 2 Batteries J. Williams and Rother; Pruitt and Elliott. o : U.S.R.S. PRODUCES I PING PONG CHALLENGE His Identity a Secret Postoffice Rac quet Wietders the Object of Dark Plotting NOBODY WON PHILADELPHIA. April 16 The hit ting old Oldring and Mclnnis featured a" long game between Philadelphia, and Postoffice tennis sharks have been served notice of the intention of the reclamation service folks to lam them good at their chosen game. Only the I'. S. R. S. gang calls it "out-door ping-pong." For several days a tournament has been in progress among the elect of reclamation service ping-nongists, with the. result that a champion is now about to emerge from, obscurity and challenge to mortal combat the best tennis man the postoffice can produce. The identity of the ping-pong artists is as secret as that of members in a Ku-Klux Klan. It may be modesty and it may be shame, that is keeping this matter a darksome secret. But, Marcus May, who- keeps the books on the tournament, assures the eager public that soon very soon the dread challenger will be produced. Head-On View of Jeffery Six. and is an example of the recognition motor car makers are paying to the growing fondness of Americans for bright colored autos. The car is decorated in orange striping and upholstered in lustrous black leather. Dr. Norton's interest turned to enthusiasm when H. A. Leans of the McArthur Bros. orce demonstrated the car with its worm drive, cantelever springs and wonder fully flexible motor. T)r J. M Pearson ,,f rilomlale Is the other physician who recently added Jeffery Six roadster to his list business effects. His car is finished in blue with red wheels. The National Annual Hosiery Event TODAY LAST DAY OF THE Great?Onyx"1 Hosiery Sale READ THIS LIST OF HOSIERY BARGAINS FOR WOMEN 580 SP: Women's "ONYX" Medium Light Weight Silk with Pointex Heel, Top, extra heavy Heel and Toe; Black Lisle "Dub-1" Spliced only. "ONYX" H408: Women's "ONYX" Me dium Weight Silk Lisle, "Dub V Top High Spliced Heel and Double Sole; Black only. 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Germany has promised to make in quiry into the sinking of the Dutch steamer Katwyk, which the captain and crew charge was sunk off the North Hinder lightship by a German submarine. Deny Separate Peace Rumor VIENNA, April 16. The official Fremdenblatt declares that all re ports of the alleged intention on the part of Austria to conclude separate peace with Russia are devoid of foundation. in he ON ONEHN CARS Alleging that its investment and the operation of its system in Tucson has never been a paying investment. and that its credit and resources are being taxed to the utmost to main-' tain its standard, the Tucson Rapid Transit company has filed application with the corporation commission for permission to operate cars operated by one man. The cars, the applica tion states, would be equipped with Sterling brakes, and could be run by one man, thereby reducing! the plat form cost by one half. The com mission has taken the matter under advisement. o HOSTILE AEROPLANE (Continued from Page One) temp'ing an outflanking movement. The Austrians make similar claims and disclose the fact that the Rus sians have been attacking also in southeast Poland and Western Ga licla, apparently with a view of pre venting the Austrians sending more reinforcements into the Carpathians. In the west comparative calm pre vails following the reported French victory north of Arras which would give them another point of vantage from which to launch an offensive when the chosen moment arrives. The British Indian office reports that the Indian troops have inflicted another defeat on the Turks who had gathered a large force of regulars and irregulars to oppose them in Mesopotamia. while the Russians again have been harassing Turkish commerce in the Black sea by sinking four steamers and several sailing vessels and bombarding Asia Minor coast forts. ' The report said that after clear ing the, Turks out of their positions north and west of Shaiba last Tues- jrtay the British on Wednesday enn ' Unued an offensive in the direction "Economical" ) or "Cheap" o Which is your line of thought and practice? If you think "cheap," you'll look cheap, act cheap and be cheap. The world admires the economical man, but despises the cheap man. Hanny's caters to the economical man, the man who demands full value in his clothing, the man who won't pay for reputation, unless the reputation is honestly won for value-giving. That's what has put Hart Schaffner and Marx in the foremost place as makers of good clothes for men. That's why we are proud to be their representa tive in Phoenix. jjU 40 North Central Stetson Hats Crosscut Shoes