TIIE ATIIZONA' REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE G, 1015
UT 1ACK-IEN WITI
Heat Never Gets the Best of a
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My EmiU For Ms limfs mm sit BC!dk
HESTERITES ARE STILL
11 FROM EL PSSO 3-0
Fleharty Holds Tucson
Rally Safe In The 9th
Only Five Visitors Sr First
Ii.ts Two on 'Walks jdid
Thive n Errors Dol
intr and Nutt Contribute
'LASS IX IMSO
Sore "Would Have Ieon
Miit-li Lir.vrer Itut for Fre
quent Timely Tightening
of Kniuiit ami His Team
mates Hall's "Squeeze'
BY LYLE ABBOTT
W;v lack yonder in history, there
w is i I.- .- of ooplo. living " the
r.;l'i n peninsula. ( Mice, they went
r i' l" Kgypt and copped the pcn
imi.i for s veral years, until finally,
t .m!-i'.ili!i :ts lost, ami like
Crnie M.o-k's Wall club, thcy
s ended m I the cellar di ision of
tbis race of people, all good
: s an- d si ended. Kvcn in those
it times, they hail a distinctive
i, me. ai.tl the sjwirting writers mi the
X.mvt'li Times, tho Thebes Kxaminer
!,. r leading dailies, dubbed Hu m
A Hit -tile came out upon tho Kail
i .ill"!: ! ycMcrday ami pitched for
Phoenix. He shut out tho Tcxans for
the s oinl time it has linen done
i' is week, and registered the third
.. ..--..-ei;.; laid in the Riverside bark
yard sia o the Maeknien came to
li.il Hill was so stingy yesterday
tt it tie nov-ts did let anylM.dy pet
lhnd base on him. True, he issued
a pair of walks, hut that was in a
nen'.ent of absent-mindedness. Had
he lon thinking, his miserly instincts
would certainly have asserted them
selves. Likewise, some errors por
Iii:ttcd other K-l PHSo-folkii to - so
journ briefly on nt- least two ff the
ks. hut when mice established,
th.v were compelled to stay put. I'n
,1. r I-:- circe.mstanees. their beha-
AR. It. II. PO A. K.
Poriino, 4 0 0 2 3 0
Mathes, 11, 4 O 0 3 (I 0
Puddy, 3h 4 (I (I 1 1 0
Thompson, if ! u 1 1 (I
Hliss. e 2 0 (I 4 2 0
Pallor, ef 3 0 (I O 0 1
Pendleton, s:; 2 i. tl 3 3 0
Hayes, rl 3 0 u 2 0 1
Knisht. p 3 0 t 2 3
28 II 0 21 13 2
AH. It. It. I'O. A. K.
Scanlon. 2b 5 1 1 0 0 2
MoArdle. ss 4 0 2 2 4 1
Nllit. if 3 1 2 3 n 0
1 icmaKxio. If. 3 0 1 2 U 0
T.yi.n, c 4 0 1 5 I a
!.w linu. .'! 4 1 2 3 2 l
Hester. II. 4 0 3 7 1 0
PHtinun, i f 4 1 4 n 0
Hall, p 3 ii 1 1 1 0
o 3 14 27 9 3
Score liy innings
l-'l I'aso (inn (mio Ouft 0
Phoenix Jiiii oho (tlx 3
Sacrifice liits Hall. Nutt: two base
hits McAriUo. Powlincr. Nutt: double
play Dowlirs to MeArdle to Hester:
l-asev on balls off Kniirht 1. off 1 HTir
2: struck out by Knight 2. uy Hall 5:
pissed ball I.vnn 2. Pliss 1; time of
catnr 1 : J",; umpire Kane.
viour was marvelous. 1'sually when
one is the victim of such cruel treat
menU one throws all shame to the
winds and begins stealing thincrs
bases, in this instance. It is like
wise true that liyrd Lynn so fir
forsot himself to have a brace of
passed balls. Hut in excusing l.yrds
misbehaviour, it may be said that he
reasoned one perfect hattoryman was
cnocgh in one same.
Let us use the back sparer and ro
back and tell somethine about what
the rest of the Phoenicians were do
int; while Hall was predominating
over the visiting hittists. (Note that
(Continued on I 'age Three)
Pueblos Come AVithiu One
of Tvinir. lint Fatty (Sees
in AVith JJases Full and
One Down Allows But
(Special to The Republican.)
A LIU "Ql'ICFtiil'IO, June 5. It was
a slugging match. Tucson came near
tieing the score in the ninth when
the visiting btitsmen began hitting
j Irion at a lively clip. Kleharty rc
I lieved him with one down and the
bases full and but tine run was made
I of f him.
Slagle, who started for Tucson, was
taken out in the eighth 'When he
French was back in the game when
the Dukes returne;to the field.
All the pitchers worked fast and the
game lasted only 1:45 despite the free
hitting and large number of runs.
It has been a hard luck week for
both clubs. Trekell and Stroloff are
ill. Callan was injured but is back
in the game with a bandaged hand.
"Lefty'' Ktissell of the defunct Las
Cruces club is to join Albuquerque
t morrow, Stevens being released.
Huelsnian got his fourth home run
of the season today.
Score R. 11. K.
Tucson 210 2i0 004 1 13 2
Albuquerque ...103 013 llx 10 14 2
Batteries: Slagle. McOeehan and
Callan: Irion, Fleharty and Itaedel.
$5,450 Per Day
Spent to Fortify Goodyear Tires
Our experts say: "If Good
year tires were built like
some others.our saving would
be S 1,635,000 per year
$5,450 per day."
The differe nee wou Id
hardly be visible when the
tire is complete. But it would
probably cost our users a
million dollars monthly.
But, instead of skimping
Goodyear tires, we arc build
ing them better still.
Goodyear Fortified tires,
for many years, have em
bodied five costly features
exclusive to these tires. We
still employ them alL
We spend on experts
5100,000 yearly to find new
betterments to add. In the
past year alone we have
added improvements which
cost us exceeding $500,000
Yet Goodyear prices , are
constantly coming down. Our
last big reduction on Feb
ruary 1st made three in
two years, totaling 45.
In -view of those facts,
don't you think it worth while
to get Goodyears? Most men
do. ' Goodyears have long
outsold any other tire. They
are selling now much faster
than we can build them.
Any dealer will supply you.
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No K j iot Oat Tire
r Treads or Smooth
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Goodsear Service Stations
Tires in Stock
Feeling right chesty over his remark
able ride in the 2U0-mile motorcycle
race. Harry Crandall spotted a race
meet in Tucson today anil took his de
parture yesterday morning on his road
machine to have a try at it. There
will be a five and a fifteen mile race
in which Harry may enter. He will
ride his Ha rley-I ia vidson, for which he
has secured the racing equipment of
the machine he used in the two-century
Jawn l',erg. formerly of Phoenix, now
Harlcv Agent at Tucson is framing it
to do a lot of warm competing in the
race .-, which w ill he pulled on the same
three mile course used for the 10 mile
auto race March 21 during the South
ern Arizona Fair.
After having decisively whipped the
Senators twice this week, the Kl Tas
oans have now gone is innings without
a run and with only four hits. Rut
this is the way of baseball. We had it
all doped out to get licked yesterday.
Figuring that the tail-cnders always
larrup the league leaders. Phoenix de
serve 1 the Friday victory, for upon
tiiat unlucky day. the Scions were at
the bottom and Kl Paso at the top.
Tucson".-, defeat the same day let the
locals into second place.
Today is a chance to decide the ser
ies. If Phoenix wins, it is four to two
in their favor, anil if the Maekmon lose,
the six games will be split. P.ig Kd
Mci'reery is the pitching person for the
locals and according to all the laws of
rotation, Sammy Peer, the nature fak
ing and even tempered kid ia to oppose
Twenty riiife hits in two games looks
as though the Senators had kisscM the
edd batting slump a fond farewell.
fPOI?T : - -1 fell"
It shall be the aim of our young life
for tlu- nexi few weeks, to induce Louie
Haswitz, J. C. Adams. Power Conway
and other of our nautically inclined
friends to stage a power boat race on
Lake Roosevelt. With half a dozen
launches, there is no reason why some
body can't get jealous of the speed of
somebody else's craft. In the name of
sport, therefor, it will be forgiven that
one stimulate the evil emotion.
Today's game will bo started half an
hour early at 3:00 sharp in order
that the Senators may grab the cars
for Albuqucrquef where they play next
week. The fact that Kane is probably
going with the Solons makes it evident
that if there is any superiority among
the Lawmakers, it will be effective
against the bullies. El Paso and Tuc
son will both be traveling today; they
open in El Paso Tuesday
The rumor persisted about town
j last night that Pitcher Hall had been
sold, or was about to be sold to
Kansas City in the American associa
tion. According to an unofficial an
nouncement by the Phoenix manage
ment, "Money" Mundorff. outfielder
for San Fran'-isoo for a number of
years and for two seasons leading
Coast league hitter, had been purchas
ed by Hester and would join the
Solons at Albuquerque.
ST. I.OFIS. June n. St. Louis bat
ters went out one, two three in the
first five innings and got no hit off
Alexander until after two were .out
in the ninth inning. Score:
R. If. K.
Philadelphia 3 7 0
St. Louis 0 13
Ratteries Alexander ami Killifer;
Meadows and Snyder.
NO PEACE FOR UMPS
EVEN OUT OF GAME '
Electric Auto Company of Arizona ,
De Jong Garage
O'Neill Auto & Supply Co., T. B. Trent, Mgr.
Beyerle's Machine Shop and Garage
O. S. Stapley & Co, Inc.
BRAVES LOSE OPENER
CINCINNATI, June 5. Hunched
hits netted Cincinnati four runs in
the seventh. Foston losing the open
ing game. Score: It. II. F.
Iloston ' 4 3
Cincinnati G 3 1
Ratteries Hughes and Whaling.
(Jowdy; Dale, Schneider and Clark.
PIRATES OVER SLUMP
PITTSni'UO, June r. The Pirates
regained (heir batting form and over
whelmed Rrool-lyn. Mamaux won his
third straight shutout. Score:
R. IT. K.
Brooklyn '4 S
Pittsburg 11 lfi 1
Pit tt cries Pell, Cadore and 'O. Mil
ler, Wheat; Mama,ux and Oibson. r
I Out on the Pacific coast they
have "umpire days'' when nothing
lut kind words and presents arc;
supposed to he handed the arbi
; trators, but even so, the irre
pressible player must have his
I say, as indicated in this story told
by Pol Howard:
! "We were playing at Portland
i in the opening game, when affairs
were halted so that some flowers
I could be presented to Jai l; Mc
I Cartiiy. The boys gathered around
i as usual to make a ceremony.
.McArdie butted right into the
circle and insisted on shaking
I hands with the umpire.
! "'Jack,' he said, 'I never heard
I of a live one getting flowers, so
"(if course, that spoiled the
whole affair, and the boys rode
Jack for some time- and won't let
him forget it."
CHICAGO. June 5. Perritt was
pitching in fine form and I'irry Poyle,
making a triple, two doubles and a
single-are 'tho New York heroes to
day. Score: . It. II. K.
Ne w York 3 3 2
Chicago 0 4 3
Ratteries Perritt and McLean;
Humphries, Pierce and Archer.
Txh Angeles 2, San
Salt I,Tko 1. Venice
Oakland 4, Portland
AL. OF A SUDDEN
- rillLAPKLPllIA. Junr 5. After
failing to get a hit in five innings,
Philadelphia developed a batting rally
in the sixth inning, and scored all its
runs. JVyckotf fanned eleven. Score:
Jt. 1 1. E.
St. Louis .'. . 2 i o
Philadelphia '. 4 4 2
Ratteries Laudcrmilk, James and
Agnew; Wyckoff. Macavoy and Lapp.
INJUNS WIN IN 9TH
WASHINGTON, June a. Cleveland
rallied in the ninth inning. The lo
cals scored their four runs in the
thiru inning. Score: R.
Washington ' 4
Ratteries Walker, Morton, Hiratarl.
Jones end O'Neill; Johnson and Henry.
Properly Clothed Man
Heat-proof togs are a specialty at Hanr.y's, tlie
The thinnest in underwear.
The sheerest in sox.
Felt soled (best insulator) Oxfords.
Sport shirts (solid comfort;.
Wash ties very attractive.
Shantung and Palm Beach Suits from $25 to $8.50
Pith Helmets the right block. Silk covered $2.00
Phocr.ix' finest showing of
Hoir.o of Hart Schaffner and Marx CIothiErj.
Hand-bags, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Trunks, Toilet Cases, etc, ;?tc.
BASEBALL BOOKKEEPING OF STAY COWBOY"
STANDING OF THE CLUBS j T L! R I I I P F P !
I (WILL 0LT.u
Rio Grande Association
Club. Won. Lost. Pot.
Kl Paso 7
. . . 20
. . . i :i
. . .16
New York Pi
St. Iouis 17
St. Louis 22
Kansas City 24
San Francisco , . .
5 .5! 5
7 .3l4 !
Lost. TV t.
20 .500 '
22 . 4SS
2 7 .534
30 .44 1
EH 10 PFiESCOTT
the slogan of the
celebration. July 3.
4 and 5th, may mean several dif
ferent things all at the same time.
Prior to the celebration, which is just
at the present time, it is thrown, at
the punchers to get them to "come
up a mile and ride awhile," but at I
the celebration, it is used mainly when j
a stalwart rider mounts a p:rtieu- j
larly vicious brute imbued with the ;
idea that no mere man cvia j-lay on
nnto and motorcycle racing will he
! put on.
lite course is alreauy being pre
' pared for the speed duels. Some of
( the best drivers in tho state and ad
! joining territory are sure coming,
j Special rates on the Santa Fe are
I being negotiated, and Prescott is
; bound to keep up their record of
showing all visitors a big grand time.
The by gone period of the old cat-
; tie days will be reverted to. Puneh-
WH ERE THEY PLAY TODAY
Rio Grande Association
KL PASO AT PlKlKNIX.
Tucson at Albuquerque.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Chicago.
Ro.ston at X'moinnati.
Open date, no games scheduled.
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'Ride Tem cowboy, ride 'em ragged"
Pittsburg at Chicago.
Ruffalo at Newark.
St. Louis at Kansas City.
Oakland at Portland.
Ixis Angeles at San Francisco.
Salt Lake at Venicet
Raltimore 7. Rrooklyn 5.
Ruffalo 0, Newark 4.
Pittsburg 4, Kansas City 1.
St. Louis 6, Chicago 4.
Second game: St. Louis 6, Chi
When Garry Herman announced that
the baseball magnates rrtust reduce
salaries, he said something. The end
of baseball troubles is not in sight.
KINDA LICKED YANKS
NEW YORK, June 5. Petroit won
easily. In the eighth inning Cobb
drove a home run into a recess be
tween the end of concrete stand ami
the wooden right field tileaehors. the
longest hit ever made it: that direc
ts n. Score: R. II. K.
Detroit 11 14 0
New York 2 5 2
Batteries Dauss and McKee;
Fischer, Brown and Sweeney.
HE'S A BAFFLING GUY
r.OSTON, Juno 5 Foster's pitch-
Another effort is being made to
start a national boxing organization.
to curb unearned championship claims.
The idea brings no enthusiasm from
the mitt stars.
Kddie McGoorty is on his way to
Australia, where he will meet Jeff
Smith, Mick King and Les Pareey.
Kddie made many friends in the An
tipodes on his first trip.
The aspiring cup defenders Resolute
and Vanitie will appear in the New
York Yacht Club regatta on June 22,
despite the opposition of Tom Lipton
that these trials give the defender an
him. to aid said mere man to stay
on the fractious quadruped.
I'siutlly he stays at least for a few
moments, but occasionally both his
pride and person suffer a severe fall,
and mother earth is embraced with
fond ra.pt tire.
One lonff piercing look at the above
cut will serve to advise all thrill
seekers, what is to be expected at the
Frontier Celebration in the mile-up-in-the-air-city
next Fourth. In ad
dition to the riding, which will bo
only a minor portion of the events.
ers in all the gala regalia so dear to
their hearts, will be seen rubbing
'elbow:; with the latest thing in rac
ing tegs, and palm beach s lils. All
Arizona is expected to pay homage to
the nerve and daring ' of the hardy
horse man, who do their share to keep
the state in beef.
It is expected that a special train
will be run from here, in addition to
which many will make tho trip on two
wheelers and nutos. Good care will
be .taken of all, the committee in
charge hasten to assure that.
ing baffled the league leaders. Score:
It. II. E.
Ch icago 2 4 3
Boston 1 S 0
Batteries Russell and Schalk;
Foster and Carrigan.
CLEAN, EXPERT WORK
While I do,ai; Kinds of
I make a
Specialty of Fords
and I give
I sell gasoline 16c a gal. 221 E.ist Adams
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