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THE ATJIZOXA KEPUBLICAN, "3fOXlAY MORXIXft. MAY 21, 1915
COIXEGE GIRL ATHLETES SHOW CLASS IN FIELD DAY SPORTS
WORLD of SPORT
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
I ; -! S
! Rio Grande Associpton
i Cluh w. L. Pet.
j PHOENIX 15 5 .750
! Albuquerque 3 r .722
JKI Paso 12 T .K32
Tucson 7 14 .333
t Douglas ri i:i .27S
j Las I'rttces 5 14 .2(!:i
SMELTER TEAM SOW SND FARMEBS
OUT OF FUNDS i DIVIDE SENSATIONAL
IS WITHDRAWN; ' DOUBLE BILL AT E. P.
'runs Clu' DropiH-u
n "hilt Owiu-rs to Pal-!
ii Toner Li'ts I, as Cruees
.n.-c 'in-uit ( 'onipnrter i
Oi-ranizatin ami Miuhj
St .-licr "!nls.
Down with Eiuht Hits, in
First Contest. 'While Er
rors Help Leaders to Vile
Cp the S.-ore.
AM. H. It. T'O. A. K.
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S;-o, i.a t. the Republican!
i S 'N. May 23. Friable to maUe
. 1. meet, the Douglas i!.iti of
; :r.,ru!e Association, withdrew
..:::: -n. after defeating the El
. .ii. a. cording t. H ices re
" i b.r.g distance ftoin M.ina-
.::,:'.- President Jim Rrow n
T . ..n club ami Manager
.; the Dukes at once got ill
v : t Pre-ideot Mi'lisk-y and
'-r ,ei;:r:ey. and a four handed
.. e n i sa'.i-iti ensued, during
- t ; the association was
..rg their ; onferenoe. the Al-
o;e and Tucson manafrers,
.-s.he.l their series here today,
t ie following statement:
i irs . the t'aet that Douglas
ri.it.le t... fin;: .kc its team, anil
;eam has withdrawn from the
e t.- majority of tile managers
. i ! iis h.ivc decided to eliminate
I'tiM-s. as another town rot tip
e Tinai.ti.il standard of the other
.: i he circuit. The season will
i i-e .r,it with four clubs, ami
..: starting Tuesday, May 1:4.
.n-t:late the initial series of
i.it ion. uMin which the final
ir.ss of the d.il.s will le figured,
is.- will open here Tuesday with
r.. instead i f nt home with Las
-. while Albuquerque and Phoc
wiil j'iay out their series in
HESTER C.OKS IX
' R Mi TfATJi IX SECOND
Dow ling 2b
jVnn, e . . . .
Xutt. rf . . . .
Toner, j, ...
Phoenix Manaiier Puts
Over Pixlei-hand Kail
j .That's Puzzle. Hut Seua-
tors Lose Second Contest
J hv Score of ( to 3.
ah. t:. ir.
po. a. k.
New League Meeting
"! r Hern fi tter will he here
t ;:...r: .v. .--a r..uto tn I'hoenix, ami
"1 rliih o tiers in trie assoi ia
; tt v ill ! s;.-ith- r 1 here for a fir-r-
i t. .trinLTeiiient of the J:i. (Jmnde
A -ns affairs.
i r st tenient made to the news-;.-;r.
ersident Ilrnwn of the
T." " a:'o. said toniKht:
'l ihte the league will prisper
with four well hacked teams
n It,i t-.vo weak ones that haye
.-riit..l. I is Cruees is a live
lutle l.iirc hrt sn close to Kl Paso,
the !..rc.st citv if the circuit, that it
TU .k--s it hard to vet crowds.
"li iiis. which started out to he
ve niuii-.aair4 i'ity t-f tile circuit.
"h-- first to strike a set of finan-
i.V n ks While Mr. Tleed and I re-r-
t ec . dinKiy this (M currenee. we
:.i, '.; ieit t'eel that it is for the
i.f tl;e oriranizatiim. It will
tin-'in t!.e Kwrtfi-inc of Ilrster's prcs-
-;t ie- i. wiiti h L'oiid hall" iiiaying,
:r.d ; he exercise if his hcst efforts
.l s:i;.tinL' his team. liut we are
oniiii ill th.il Hester will aree with
s w lien l".e meets the other cluhs
! ere ?.. morrow ."
News Not a Surprise
It ii.is lieen kncivn here for several
c?.is tt tlv- PhukI-is cltih was on
the .ree of c.uittinar. owinsr to finan-
iSjucial to The Iieimblican.)
HI. 1AS. May 2?. Phoenix and
T.a- Cnii-es adhered to the time-honored
theory of dividing dotihleheaders
at Kin fJninde Park this afternoon, the
Westerners takins the initial contest hy
the score of eisht to two, while the
second "til fair went to the valley club
in seen innings of cleancut fast hnne
hall. The victory of the farmer boys in
the s -cond contest hroke the sensa
tional winning streak of the Senators
who. darinsf the past week. 'oinpiled a.
total of five successive victories, which
were responsible for the position of the
t'apitnl City club at the head f the
association percentage column.
Red Toner, the former Coast
I-casurr, made his second appearance
on the local diamond in the initial af
fair, letting the Las Cruees boys down
with etsht hits, while Klack the elonK
ated twirlinff acquisition of the Hurley
tribe, was nicked for fifteen safeties,
all of which were prominent ill the
run makintr.( Five errors were rontri
hutcil hy the valley clnh to the victory
of th. ir opponents, however. "Wilde
niakit; hi. everyday liunsle besides
Follow m a tour-run uprising in the
first inning, the second .name was a
hummer, a batting rally in the sixth
winning out for the New Mexicans.
I'rleigiT. left fieldef of the Cruees club,
"reins the princjp.il consiprator with
one single and two tw"o-h:iepers.
Afer 3 hits had been made otfHall in
the sixth he was removed and Manager
Herb Hester himself went to the mound
and frceij the two remaining butters to
fly out to left and risht fieh!H
In the following session Herb also
did excellent work as a twirler. usins
a peculiar underhand delivery which
the pliyers were unable to solve.
The Senators left for home tonight.
j Hurley, lb
jiJoldie. ft .
rf . . .
. . . .1
. . .4
. . '. 4
. . .4
. . .4
. . .4
. . .4
. . .3
'1 S 1
a 2 0
l 3 U
11 :!7 10
Score by innings
Phoenix O'iii 002 024 8
i-is Cruees OdO 0M OH-2
Two-base hits. Lynn, Xutt Beer:
three base hits, Hester. Wilde; stolen
bases, McAvoy; sacrifice hit, Pitt
man, 2; struck out by Ulack 7. by
Toner :i; bases tin balls by lllack 1.
by Toner .1; double plays. McArdl-
I in ouniiii in iiesiei, w uu pin ne
uy liho'k j; time or game, 1:4.1.
T ow ling. 2 b
Lynn, c ....
CIf..,t..rt - LI.
j McAvoy, ;ib
j Ilurl-y, lb
;oldie, cf .
Wilde, sp . .
lieer, rf . . .
Phoenix . . .
eial dilficulties, so la
came as no surprise.
t night's news
tion cannot but be more compact now
that but four clubs and all pretty
well founded ones remain in it.-
Another result of the elimiantion
of DiK:glas an' l as Cruees will he the
division of the player-assets of those
clubs among the other four. Tucson
is reported to have made a bid for
an infielder out of the Las Cruees
team, but just which one is not
K. II. 1M. Po. A. K.
4 11 2 o 0
3 1 2 P. 0 0
4 1 1 0 2 2
3 l' ft 2 1 1
2 1 11 :: 0 ii
2 11 o :: 0 0
2 a 1 0 ii
:i 1 1 0 0
2 a 01 ?. 0
2N 5 r. IS 7 3
AH. I:. H. PO. A. V..
4 ft "I 2 3 0
3 0 ft 11 2 1
4 0 0 fi ft 2
3 2 2 1 ft 0
3 2 2 ", I Ii
3 2 3 2 0
3 ft 0 1 1 1
3 ' 1 1 ft
1 ft 0 0 3 (1
27 fi S 21 10 4
. . .410 OOit 0 r
.021 0.30 x fi
Seven initings by agreement,
liings pitched by Hall 4 1-3. by
ter. 1 2-3; runs made off Hall,
three innings, off Hester none;
of Hall 7. off Hester 1; two
stolen .bases, fiohiie, Dowling. Lynn:
sacrifice hits Hester. Kallio;' utruck
lout by Hall 1. Hester 2. by Kallio :
bases on balls off Hall 3, off Kallio 2.
Time of game, 1:21.
1 '111 re Mahaffey.
Wolters' Machine Here
Meaning He'll Compete!
M. ie suent gray gloom wan cast
t t-m tile motorcycle situation yester
i;iy the knowledge that leaked out
'roin th, Wells-Frrgo Fxpress office
.f the arrival of one Harley-Davtdson
m.irk.'d "Joe Wolters."
Th,. word gloom is used advisedly,
for the date, not a single big league
n:r-, of any other machine has been
made f r the Moose Mortorcycle mara
tt.n at the fip grounds a wi-ek from
i.. The oniy ray of hope consists
.f a telegram addrewsej to one I.,
l oido Jr.. Iiy the Hendep Manufactur
ing i-onipany. promising to deliver one
Indian -p-ejl motiel by Thursday, with
etm ho'is and large tanks. The
F-oid. mount is said to be exactly like
the machines with uhkh the big chief
-le;ijc,i no on the eastern circuits over
all other makes in a recent series of
r ems. .
Now tiiat Hoiilo is definitely seated
n a T.i1 I'Hikini? niiichine, it isi I'retty
rcirly sure thj.t Harry Crandall will
nMirt lr. P.oido"s new llarley about
which so much has been heard. Agent
Lane . will unpack the machine today,
and let the avid curiosity of the Phoe
nix motorcycle colony have a little sat
isfaction. Xo word was received of "Wolters'
eomir.g. The machine just showed up.
'.Moreover, it was consigned from. Mil
waukee, moaning that the Harley
Uavidson people thought enough of iDr.
Hoido's telegraphic appeal, to ship one
of their very best riders here for the
event. s Woltern is expected to dribble
in some time today, and may even be
seen on the track along with the other
fiends this evening.
Among the other nationally known
riders who are presumed to be eyeing
the local grapes with famished expres
fioif. are Perry of the fjoodole Kx,
Crevislon. the little Indian, Hon Johns
the Cyclone free-lance and others who
have iieen binning 'em up along the
cor. st lately.
Anyway, it is beginning to assume
the appearance of a race.
ISULLY AN ADDED
LOSES TO DOXES
This Doesn't Mean Sullinger in Pueblo
Line Up Gave Albuquerque Game,
However: Former Pro There
CAAL S. WILSON.
MAKERS Of TBOY-S BEST PRODUCT.
Slightly tower in front than in
back, fashioned for comfort
mad style, a rare combination.
2 roR 25c.
(Special to the liepublican)
Tl't'SO.N," May 23. -Murphy's mira-
jeulous catch of Sullinger's fly to the
eenti r field fence with his meat hand
after a hard run in the ninth was the
greatest feature pulled off at tho
Llysian Orove diamond in years.
Sellinger, an ex-professional and
now a deputy sheriff and city alder
man, was pressed into service by
Pra.'hear when Stadelli was put out
of the game by Umpire Sterling for
kicking on a. hit by a pitched ball
decision. Sullinger made a two bag
ger .over right field fence . scoring a
run in the fourth his first time up.
Zamlock --was tight in the pinches,
while Horstman was hit opportunely.
It was fast ball by both teams and
there vas a big Sunday crowd.
The Score R. H. K.
Albuquerque ...011 002 3ft0 7 11 2
Tucson 01ft 300 0004 10 2
Batteries Zamlock and rtaedeil:
Horstman and Callan.
A LEFT-HAND STAB
Physics Instructor Name the unit
of power, Mr. Jones.
Jones (wakfhg up) The what.
Instructor Correct. Any- questions?
AH right. We have n. few- minutes be
fore th" end f the hour in which we
will do this problem: A man on a bi
cycle appr-iaciics o. 4 per cent grade;
how f:v h is he come and will he have
to get i.T .trio wr.lk? rvuxell Widow.
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Kice winninir , jc s ,
iai IK t -i - t A.
I I'luh Won Lost Pet.
j Chicago 1:1 12 .613
1 Philadelphia ....... ...17 11 .607
'Pittsburg if, ir, .ridii
Huston 14 5 . 4s:l
Brooklyn 14 ir .4:;
St." Louis ir, 17 .4i;a
't'ineinnati 12 Ifi .42
jXew York 11 16 .407
Wowlw a rd in hiirh initio (left) and Miss Carol
- ,v - . broad jump championship of I'. S. . .
ti, t in.ni i-f tro ven r nt. Riverside. Mass.. is the aunt
111c iiut;c... - . .
lay sports at Lasell College a erirls' school. These pictures 1
iurinff the recent meet there. Miss Mary Woodward and Mtss Curol Ki-e
ied for first honors in the hfjrh jump. Miss Kice won the broad jumpn
hampionship of the United Stater, (po fa.- as her sex is concenvjd) o.
eapingr a distance of 8 feet i inches. Miss Rice hails from California.
DOUGLAS EVENS UP
SERIES BY WINNING
McConnell Holds El Paso to Four
Hits; Nearest Approach to Lea
gue ball Seen in Douglas
Since Season Began
FOR WEEK MAY 25-31
Rio Grande Association
ALIUX.il - F.UQ.I' F AT PHOFXIX
FI Paso at Tucson.
San Francisco at Portland
Venice at Oakland.
S;i It Lake at L"s Angeles.
ACRE CITY WINS, LOSES
T EATON DONATES ONE
!j HIT TO HAYDEN AND
i i SMELTER WHS I2-I
1 Club Won Lost Pc.
Chicago 22 12 .647
Uetroit 21 12 .63.1
Xew York 17 12 . r.So
Boston 13 13 .r,
Washington 13 .-, ,464
Cleveland i; 17 4;jo
St. Louis i:i 20 .3H
Phihtdelphia lft 21 .323
r!" Won Iist ret.
Pittsburs 20 12 .62.".
''hicago 2ft 14 .r.SS
Xewaik 19 14 .r,7l-
Ivansas City Iii 14 .",33
Urooklyn -, j- -q(j
St. Louis i;j n; .44?
Haltimore j; 2ft .3S4
Huffalo " ii 21) .?.:,:,
Hub won Lost Pet.
Los Angeles 21 22 ..".S.".
San Francisco 27 21 .363
SaIt Lake 24 20 .54.-,
.Oakland 23 27 .460
Portland 20 26 .43.".
I Venice IS 28 .31
(Special to the Republican!
HAYlJEN", May 23. The Hay
den Mill team showed no improv
ment over last Sundav and was
Acre City ilividi.i
with the t-anis of
Southside, who met
I diamond yesterday afternoon.
' the first appearance of the
Special to The Republican)
liiiCOLAS, May 23. The Smeltet
rnen evened the series with FI Paso
today by winning s to 4, in a game
that more nearly approached league
ball than ilas been' seen here sine i eld Maroon
the season opentd. Castle.
Only errors by the locals permitted Ti:e scores wer.
'he visitors to set. re three of their First C.inif
runs, the other being a home run by Maroons
i'.aue, the only earned run scored by 'A re City
Kl IMS',. j naileries' Smile
McConnell b-t the Macknien down j b s aiM Aai .,11.
w ith four . scat! e:ed hits. A pretty j Second Came
batting rally was stopped in the las! I Southsiders
of the ninth, when the Iimiglas twirl
er caused two visitors to pop up with
S.'im -f R.
Douglas .. .:..i.4'i 2(12,(100 S
FI Paso nun (nil 012 4
Latteries .Vei'onnell and
Lewi;:. Knight and I'.Iiss.
'inpii e Kane.
a double header
l'hoi-nix an1 the
on the suburban
Hattcrics Mora Se
ll. Mill' r and Aaioi
111 itmings. 1
It was I
again defeated by
boys by a score of
Two fast double
the fielding of Cox
were the features,
lowed oniy one hit.
Score by innings:
12 to 1.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
Rio Grande Association
I llayden ftim 41OO Old 1
.Smelter 052 ftl" 220 12
I Hatteries Ramsey, Coss and
; rhob. Faton and Dtinean.
j Fmpire Studley.
j The Cerman jiatent of rice rejeo-ts
about two-thirds of the 45,000 patent
; applications it receives annunlly.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Huston.
Pittsburg at X'ew York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Xew York at Chicago.
Huston at St. Louis.
Washington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
and "ordovo ;
In Siixiia rrilk is sold
uouud a stick of wood, which
.s a ha-etie to carry it.
Haltimore at St. lx.uis.
Hdffalo at Chicalo.
Newark at Kansas City.
Hrooklyn at Pittsburg.
Coast League .
WHITE SOX STILL LEAD
CHICAOi ). May 23. The batting of :
John Collins and the fielding of I
Hui k Weaver caused the defeat of 1
the visitors, an! permitted the White t
Sox to retain the lead in the Ameri- 1
can league. Collins doubled and !
scored, sent in another on a single j
and a third on a sacrifice. j
Score R. H
Cos ton 2 10
Chicag( 7 7
Patleries Wood and Cady:
Scott and Schalk.
DETROIT 10 PHILADELPHIA 5j
OFTROIT. May 23. The wildness
of the pitchers helped the locals to
win the last game of the series. Pen
nock lasted one inning, and Davis
was hit hard in the second and third.
Score R. H. F. i
Philadelphia 3- i) f.
Detroit 10 10 0
Hatteues Pennoek, W. Davis and 1
Sehang: McAvoyt Raass and Stanage. I
JOHNSON HITS A HOMER
CLKVF.LAXD. May 23. In addi
tion to holding the locals to five hits
and one ran, Walter Johnson hit a
homer. The locals failed to get a
nan as far its second until the ninth.
Score R. It. F.
Washington 4 It 2
Cleveland 1 ". 4
Patteries John and Aainsmith;
Morton, Jones and O'Neill..
EVEN THE BROWNS NOW
ST. LOCI!. May 23. A brief bat
ting rally in the ninth inning ended
a tight game in favor of the locals.
Score R. II. E.
Xew York 3 ." 1
St. Louis 4 S 0
Hatteriiis Caldwell and Xuna
mnker: Weilfun ami Severoid.
1 NATIONAL LEAGUE '
Xo games yesterday.
Morning game Portland 2,
game Portia ml C,
3, San Francisco 2, ten
game los 'Angeles 1,
1 ten innings.)
feme Los Angeles 3,
St. Louis 10,
Chicago 2, Baltimore
9, Buffalo 4.
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