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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, .MONDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1915
8? BULLETIN BASEBALL BOOKKEEPING WORLD of SPORT 0-0 HIGHWAY PAGE TWO E PITCHING OF YOUNGSTER SWINGS FOR SOW HAL GK Herb Pitches Out Last Half of First Came in Which Home CluV Bat ters Out Victory, Then Wins Second, 4 to 0 j If eGeehan. uait, p .. Fulwider, M'ARDLE BANISHED FOR TALKING PACK p 4 0 0 1 4 0 1110 2 0 3 110 11 t BLANKS THE EL PASONS Phoenix Outhits Turson Both Games, lint is Out of Luck in First, Game--Hester's Brilliant Work on First Base Scial to The Republican.) Tl'CSO.N, May 1. Tucson anil Phoenix divided a doubleheuder, the Id Pueblos taking the first ten in .n.g same, by a score of 6 to 5, -tnd bing shut out ly Hall's invinc ible pitching in the second, while Hesters hatter piled up five runs f Fulwider. P-oth Fulwider and Hall were sub stituted in the first game for Gait and McCreary when the latter were hit hard, and both continued on through the second contest. In the first the Senators drove ;.lt from the mound in the third i y hard hitting, getting them one run lie-id. but in the fifth Brashear'" men continued hitting McCreary and and evened up the score. In the tenth Stadelli drew a walk, was sacri ficed to second by Stoloff and after H-ill had purposely passed Rader, McMurdo pounded a hard single to left scoring Stadelli from second and winning the game. McArdle was put out of the first Fame, banished from the field and lined If. by Umpire Kane for talking twick too much. Kelts for Tucson made a homer in the fourth with nobody on. Xutt's hitting was sensational as he made four safeties out of four times up. In the second game but one Tue sonian reached third liefore Hall's speedy pitching. Kulwider was tired ut and the Senators bunched their hits in the fifth and eighth innings. In the second game McArdlu's work was sensational and he cut off a number of near-hits. Hester also did fine work at first in both games. First game PHOENIX AB P. H PO A E Totals S G 8 30 l!t 4 Score by innings Thoenix . ..0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .". Tucson .. ..003 11 0 00 0 1 li Summary Stolen bases: Dowling, Fuller. Sac rifice bits: MeCieary, Stadelli, Strol off. Two base hits: Stroloff. 2. Three base hit: Pittman." Home run: Felts. Double plays: Kader to Stroloff to McMurdo; McGeehan to Stroloff to McMurdo; Stroloff to Rader to McMurdo- Scanlon to Dow ning to Hester. Innings pitched: 4 1-3 oy jum reary. : runs, i nus, i: su bats: 5i by Hall. 1 run. 2 hits. 17 at bats: 3 by Gait. 4 runs. 5 hits, 14 at bats; 7 by Fulwider, 1 run, ti hits. 22 at bats; charge defeat to Hull. Struck out: By Kulwider, McCreary, Pitt man. 2: by McCreary. McGeehan; by Hall, Kelts. Fulwider. 2. Bases on balls: Off Gait. Hes ter; off Hall Stadelli, Rader, 2. Hit by pitcher: Lynn, by Gait. Left on bases: Tucson, 5; Phoenix, 7. Time: 2 hours. empire: Kane. Surprise Handed tw Mack men in Second Game of I )oul tie-header MeGlynn Toys With Douglas Dur ing First Contest Second game TUCSON AB R H PO A K Stadelli. If 3 0 0 3 1 0 Stroloff. 2b 4 0 1 2 3 0 Rader, ss 4 0 0 3 4 0 McMurdo, lb 4 0 0 13 1 0 Kelts, cf 3 0 ft 0 0 1 Callan. c 3 0 1 1 ft 0 Fuller, if 3 ft 1 1 0 0 McGeehan. 3b 3 0 ft 1 3 0 Fulwider. p 2 0 0 ft 6 0 Totals 28 0 3 24 17 1 PHOENIX AB R H PO A E Demaggio. If ...3 1 1 3 0 0 Hester, lb 3 1 0 17 4 1 McArdle, ss 3 0 0 0 9 0 Iowling. 2b 4 1 0 3 0 0 Lynn, c 1 0 0 1 1 0 l'ittman. cf 3 1 1 0 ft 0 Nutt, rf 4 0 2 2 1 0 Scanlon, 3b 4 0 0 0 2 o Hall p 4 1 1 1 4 ft (Special to The Republican.) EL PASO. May 16. Yesterday aft ernoon was a day of surprises, mark ing the second game won by the Douglas club since the inauguration ot the season, and the debut of young Billie Armstrong, a local boy, as a member of the twirling staff of the local Mackmen. The visitors were easily defeated in the first contest, by a score of 9 to 2. while Bennallack, the young Au burn haired twirler formerly with the Oaks in the Coast League, shut out the Mackmen in the second game b a score of four to nothing. .With the temperature hovering around 95 the veteran Stoney Mc Glinn. had his invincible right arm working perfectly in the first en counter, and he toyed with the Doug las tribe until the eighth, when the visiters put across two runs, avoiding a shutout. Pennallack was in splendid form in the second, allowing but six hits, while Armstrong was nicked for an equal number, the locals failing hit opportunely behind him. Score: R. H. Douglas 000 000 020 2 U El IMso 100 001 1 9 18 Batteries McGlynn and Bliss; Mc Connell and Kraft. Second game: R. , H. E. Douglas 000 013 0 4 G 0 EI Paso 000 000 0 0 6 1 Batteries Armstrong and Bliss; Bennallack and Kraft. (Seven in nings by agreement.) to E. 3 0 27 21 1 Dem'iggio. If 5 Hester.; lb 4 McArdle ss 4 Dowling1. 2b & ss . . f l.ynn. c 4 Pitt man. cf 5 Nutt rf 4 Scanlon. Sb 4 McCreary. p 1 H4II p 2 0 Brown. -2b 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 14 3 111 1 2 G 0 4 3 3 4 0 0 3 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 ) 0 1 G : 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 Totals .39 5 11 2918 2 Two out when winning run was made. TUCSO! AB R II PO A K Stadelli. if 3 2 1 4 0 o Stroloff. 2b 4 1 2 2 6 0 Rader. ss 4 0 0 4 6 2 McMurdo, lb 5 0 1 10 0 1 Felts, it 4 1 2 5 0 0 Callan. o 4 0 0 3 0 0 Fuller, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0 Totals .. . . 29 By inning Phoenix 000 030 02 x r Tucson .. 000 000 00 0 0 Summary Stolen bii.se: McArdle. Sacrifice hits: Fuller, Fulwider, Hester, Lynn. Pittman. Two base hit: Stroloff. Double plays: Stadelli to Rader, Rader to Stroloff to McMurdo. Struck out: By Fulwider, Hall. Pases on balls: off Hall. Stadelli 1. Wild "pitch: Fulwider. Left on, base: Phoenix. 8; Tucson, 4. First on errors: Phoenix, 1; Tucson. 1. Time of game, 1:43. Umpire: Kane. IK E A'GARRISON' Albuquerque Need Worry a Lot With Hnelsman Win Homered in Last of Ninth With Three On Close Contest Coast League Morning game: San Francisco, 8; Venice, 5. Afternoon: San Francisco, 5; Venice, 4. ' (Ten innings.) ' Los Angeles, 5; Salt Lake, 4. (Ten innings)'. Mornin.?: Oakland, 8; Portland, 7. Afternoon: Oakland, 4; Portland, 2. o Boats and sails made entirely of straw and reeds are in use by natives of Peru.' (Special to '.'he Republican) I ALBUQUERQUE, May 16. In a ninth inning finish, Albuquerque took the game, the Dukes taking the neries five out cf six games. The score was 8 to 4 at the beginning ' of the la.' t half of the ninth. Huels- man got a home run with two on bases. I Davis singled and scored on French's single. Carman, who had been passed ahead of rreneh scored on Herriott's sacrifice fly. Score R. ' II. E. Las Cruces ...100 000 032 8 14 3 Albuquerque ..000 111 015 9 14 3 Butteries Black and Bliss; 'Jordan and Raedel. o ' A blind man at Westbrook. Me., has built an ell to his house, laid the hardwood floors and installed a hot water system. ' - Rickeiibachef Photographed at 85 Miles an Hour WWMUIMBIIIIItjyiJIJlll 1 - I t' ' vn.";..1;V:- JT" v- ': r"i - - ' ' i . . s - - " - -" . r r" Here Is the stunt The Republican poke of a while back, photography at high speed. The pictures arrived yesterday from the . near vicinity of the Indianapolis speedway, where the daring photographer took 'cm. Below is a photo snapped with a The upper photo shows ' Eddie ! speed camera from the side lines as Kickenbacher .on the right) and his , Charlie Latta Hew by strapped to the mechanician Lanshury as they appear hood and posing his subjects in this .while riding at 85 miles an hour. lodd studio. . j STANDING OF THE CLUBS Rio Grand Association Club W. L. Pet. Albuquerque 10 2 .833 PHOENIX 10 4 .714 El Paso 9 4 .692 Las Cruces 4 9 .308 Tucson 4 10 .286 Douglas 2 10 .107 National League Club W. L. Pet. Philadelphia 16 8 .667 Chicago 15 11 - .577 Boston 13 11 .542 Pittsburg 13 14 .481 Brooklyn 12 14 .462 Cincinnati 11 14 .440 St. Louis 12 16 .429 New York 10 14 .417 Weekly Kepovt , of Condi tions Along Oeean-to-Oeean Route Sent Out by President Ketcherside of Yuma American League Chth . W. New York . .'. ......16 Detroit 18 Boston 13 Chicago 1G Washington 11 Cleveland 11 Philadelphia . . .-. 9 St. Louis 10 L. 8 11 9 12 14 16 16 18 Federal League Club W. L. Pittsburg 19 10 Newark 15 12 Chicago 16 13 Kansas City 14 12 Brooklyn 14 13 St. Louis 12 13 Baltimore 12 17 Buffalo 8 20 Pet. .667 .621 .591 .571 .440 .407 .360 .357 Pet. .655 .656 .552 .538 .519 .480 .414 .286 Yuma, Arizo., May 12, 1915. R&ton, New Mexico. Recent rains have made roads rough, but they are drying very ra pidly. Will be all right in a day or so from Trinidad to Las Vegas. E. C. SPERRY. Coast League Club W. L. Pet. San Francisco 23 19 .568 Ivos Angeles 26 20 .565 Salt Lake 21 19 .525 Oakland 22 22 .500 Portland .17 24 .415 Venice 17 24 .415 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Rio Grande Association No games scheduled. National League Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Wagon Mound, New Mexico. Roads through Mora Count fast. Bridge over Sapello at Watrous just completed and now in operation. Tho Mora and Sapello rivers, which stop ped traffic last year, are both bridged and there will be no trouble at Watrous from now on. J. FRANK CURNS. Magdalena, New Mexico. Roads west to Springerville in good condition with the exception of a de tour of about four miles around Blaius lake country. Tourists make it from Springerville here in one day tasily. Cars passing through every day. Roads east in good condition. Easily made to Albuquerque in one (lay. MACHINE AUTO & CONSTRUC TION CO. For this week, have to report reads a little rough in places, but well dried up; no mud; in good tra velable condition. J. S. MACTAV1SH. Quemado, New Mexico. The road cast from here to Mag dalena is getting very good, only a little rough in some places to Sprin gerville. Will be very good in about one week more only need a little travel. AN AST A CIO BACA. American League Boston at Cleveland. New York at Detroit. Washington at St. Iuis. Philadelphia "at Chicago. Federal League Baltimore at Chicago. Brooklyn at Kansas City. Newark at Pittsburg. Coast League No games scheduled. ! American League HITTLES VICTORY FOR YANKS DETROIT, May 16. Scoring four runs in the eighth inning without a hit the visitors won. Datiss was beaten for the first time this season. Score R. H. E. New York 6 6 1 Detroit 2 6 4 Batteries McHale and Sweeney; Dauss and Baker. MACKMEN WIN CHICAGO. May 16 The visitors bunched hits off Russell and coupled with an error by Roth, this gave them the first same of the series. Score R- H. E. Philadelphia 4 7 2 Chicago 2 6 1 Batteries- Shawkey and Schang; Russell, Benz and Schalk. AND THAT WON FOR BOSTON CLEVELAND, May 16. The visitors won a pitchers' battle In fourteen in nings. With one out in the fourteenth. Mays and Hooper singled and Wag ner and Lewis Doubled. Score R. H. E. Boston 3 .7 0 Cleveland 0 12 0 Batteries J. "Wood, Mays and Cady; Morton and Billines. . Springerville, Arizona. Road to Rice still impassable ow ing to excessive snowfall last winter, but is going off fast, anil I believe roads will be passable by May 13 to 20th. Road east of here is good. GL'STAV BECKER. Whiteriver, Arizona. Road entirely impassale for autos. It has rained thirteen days this month and is snowing hard at the time of writing. It will not be prac ticable to attempt to cross this res ervation with a car before June 1 and, if the rains continue, not then. W. M. PETERSON. Phoenix, Arizona. Ocean to Ocean road to Globe now in excellent shape, although rough in few places due to last week's rains. Travel from valley points via Roose velt dajn, continues fairly heavy. LYLE ABBOTT. Grand Canyon, Arizona. Heavy snow storm here. Roads in every direction utterly impassable for autos, and will be for some time to come. Do not send them this way until you hear from me again as tra vel over them in present condition will do great harm. W. W- BASS. Palomas, Arizona. Road from east end of Yuma coun ty to Middle Wells, in good shape. J. FRED NOTTBUSCH. NOW ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS, May 16. A pitchers duel between Weitman and Shaw ran eleven innings and ended In favor of the lcals." Score R. H. E. St. Louis 2 7 2 Washington 1 1 Batteries Weilman and Agnew, Sev eroid; Shaw and Ainmith. Yuma, Arizona, The road conditions are about the same as last week. The number of automobile parties are increasing. The Automobile Club of Southern California have the posts set on the new plank road, and this will be completely signed by them in a few days. This coupled with the com plete signing system between here and Phoenix will make this one of the easiest roads to follow, there be ing no chance to miss the route. The Gila still necessitates ferrying at Dome, but this cannot last long at this time of the year. A. J. EDDY. Federal League Pittsburg. 4; Chicago, 1. Kansas City. 3; St. Louis, Newark-Cuflalo Rain.- SMELTER TEAM WINS FROM HAYDEN MILL Yuma, Arizona. At the present time, practically all of the travel west from Yuma is go ing over the new plank road through the sand hills to Holtvillei the dis tance being usually covered In three and one-half to four hours. The past week, Carl E. McStay, special representative of the Auto mobile Club of Southern California, came over the Mammoth Wash route erecting automobile club signs, and he reported no difficulty in crossing the sands. He returned by way of the new plank road to Holtville erec ting the signs along that route. There are several automobile parties passing through Yuma each day. I regret to have to announce the death of Frank W. Balfour, of Pom ona. Cal., wh) was one of the leading spirits in the otganization of jthe Ocean-to-Ocean Highway association and who has attended all of its meetings and took a very prominent part in the work of the organization, .it all times. J. A. KETCHERSIDE. PJ 25c for 'jj n Cigarettes If 1 You Want to. I I im' I But remember J paying 25 cents 1 iTnTITP dcs nt always. mi !IJi mean the best cigarette. " Judge for J Yourself -1 THE CIGARETTE I P-UlC YOU SMOKE fli rS-W' Doss it entirely satisfy m , you? ffff Ufffli Has it life? ij 'I j g Has it richness? 1 Has it fascination ? i Dees it "wear well"? Thousands of MURAD r-rrxepr smokers who won't -yHjt-as cven look at anther TOPfSa cigarette were won to I mhmWM MURADS not by I ImM price but because I SfflLLliillnS THE Turkish Cigarette . J i jl, J., 1)3 I Mak"' of the Hiqhrsl CraJs N 9 r-'& '-uf I smmmhs: Turkish and r.guptian M 3 v&ik-ir J f Cigarettes in Ihe World H LAUGHLIN FOSTERS INDOOR TENNIS IDEA A. A. A. OFFICIALS TO TALK TAXATION Exciting Contest Opens Copper Club Series Ragped Fielding and Rag Chewing Mar Contest (Special to The Republican) IIAYDEX. May 16. The two local teams, the Smelter and Millers, opened the seasor today, the Smelter carrying away the honors In an exciting game by a score of 8 to 5. Both towns played poorly In the field. Pmpire baiting marred the game. Score bv innings R. H. E. Smelter 101 050 10x-- 8 5 2 Hayden 100 202 000 5 2 8 Batteries Cowan and Duncan; Ramsey. Roberts and O'Brien. REDS HAND OUTLAWS ' THEIR JUST DEFEAT Op's Arizona Reds beat the Out laws the first time the holy terrors have been licked in a long while, at Polk street grounds yesterday after noon. The Outlaws were saved a shutout, when Captain-Catcher Moier circled the bases in the last of the ninth, bringing in one run. Score: R. H. E. Reds . ..10 17 2 Outlaws 1 10 2! Batteries Washington and Austin H. Westfall, Gabe and Moler. Time of game 1:40. (Special to The RepuLlican.) OAKLAND, Cal., May 1G. Maurice McLaughlin, the world's greatest tennis player, is planning for next winter an international indoor tennis tourna ment, to be. played in the new $1.oim. 000 Municiplo Ajditorium in Oakland. McLaughlin, who lives in Oakland, keeps in practice all""the year round During two months when the rains come, he finds difficulty in getting practice, and has been locking for a suitable place to put up winter courts. The auditorium, recently opened, and in which 100 conventions will be held this summer, is, according" to .McLaughlin, an ideal place for win ter tennis. The floor is of maple, and wi!h a canvas covering would make a swift court. The floor in the anna is 211 by SO feet, giving plenty of room for laying out the court. ( "An international indoor tournament would be a big success, and I hope to see one in Oakland next winter," said McLaughlin. "I have been in correspondence with a number of the best men in Ihe game and a maiority of them agree with me that such an event would-be not only a novelty but a successful venture. The court would be faster than an outdoor court, and tennis records would be made that would set a standard for a long time to come." McLaughlin has taken the matter up with the Oakland city officials and lias been assured that there will be no objection to the use of the audi torium for such a purpose. , j Meeting to Be Heid Today to Be Devoted to Questions of Auto Taxation (Special to The Republican.) j WASHINGTON. D. C. May 17. Au j tomobile taxation in general is a ; subject which will command para mount attention in the annual meet . ing of the board of directors of the American Automobile Association, to take place in Boston, May 17-18. The winter sessions of the state , legislatures betrayed a wholesale tend j ency to call upon the motor car own I i ts for increased registration fees. , despite the fact that in 1914 the total ; contributed by motorists exceeded f $ U 000,000. j An automobilist should pay only one tax on his vehicle either for reg-isti-il'on purposes or as personal property but we find in our national I membership n difference of opinion las to which is the most resultful. but i not necessarily constitutional, form of motor car taxation to bring about ! roads improvement," comments Presi j dent John A. Wilson, who is the un opposed candidate for re-election as the head of the American . Auto mobile Association. T'lttrrafely it will be conceded," says Mr. Wilson, "that the road is a gen eral expense and the cost of its construction and maintenance should come out of general funds. Further more, it is a certainty that finally a motor-ill iven vehicle will be looked upon like any other piece of prop erty and. subject simply to usual and not special forms of taxation."