THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1015
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A FAN ON
PUT FIRST GAME ON ICE
Trxans Make Fewer Iljts,
Iut by Bunching Them
"Wholly Needed living
Home "Seven Runs, While
Senators (Jet Three.
ST U .MULING BLOCK
In Four Trips to Bat He
Walloped Rail for Two
Roubles and Single Mc
Creary Weakened in the
AB. R. H. ro. A. K.
Scanlon, 3b. .: 4 0 1 2 2 0
McArdle, ss 5 i 3 2 4 2
Xutt, rf.-cf 4 0 2 3 1 0
McOilvrav. 1 h. 4 ft 1 c 1 n
I DemaRgio, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Lynn, c 2 1 1 8 1 0
Dowlinff, 2b 4 1 3 2 0 1
Hester, If 4 0 1 0 0 0
McCreery, p 3 0 0 0 0 0
Hull, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Toner 1 0 0 0 0 0
(Special to The Republican)
pL lASO. Texas, June 13
The Maekmen vindicated the east
this afternoon at Rio Grande park,
taking the initial game of the series
from the Phoenix Senators in scrappy
two hour session, by a score of seven
Incidentally the local club regained
a bit of prestige, lost in the recent
-western invasfon of the club, by tak
ing the first game of the series from
the western club. A four hit, four
run batting rally in the -sixth inning
was responsible for the victory, in
which Kitty Knight was a prominent
factor, lie s'amined out two doubles
and a single in four trips to the plate.
Johnny Pendleton, the fast little
short stop, also lined the ball into
ileep left for a three bagger in the
sixth, scoring two runs ahead of
McCreery the smoky right hander
of the Senators opposed Young Ray
Kallio. on the tnound -and did ex
cellent work until the sixth inning,
when four hits, an error, and a
wild pitch let in four runs for the
local team. Kallio proved exceptional
ly strong in th" pinches. Men were
on bases in practically every inning
but died there as the right hander
tightened anil forced the next bat
trrs out. The local ttwirler was
ters out. The local twirler was
Totals 35 3 12 24 9 3
. 'Ratted for McCreery in 9th.
AH. R. H. PO. A. K.
Mathes. lb 2 0 1 11 0 0
Perrinc, 2b 4 0 0 5 0 0
Bauer, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0
Duddy, 3b 4 1 1 0 1 0
Bliss, c 4 1 0 7 3 0
Thompson, lf.-rf. 3 3 1 0 0 1
Pendleton, ss 3 1 1 2 3 0
Hayes. If 0 0 0 1 0 0
Kallis. p 3 0 0 0 r. 0
Knight, rf 4 1 3 1 0 0
7 9 27 12
Score by innings
Two base hits Bauer, Knight 2,
Hester. Three base hits Pendleton,
McArdle. Sacrifice hits Perrine, Kal
li. Struck out By McCreery 7, by
Kallio fi. Base on balls By McCreery
4. by Kallio 2. Batters hit by Mc
Creery. one. Kirst base on errors El
I'aso 2. Double plays McArdle to
Iowling. Wild pitches By McCreery
1. by Kallio 1. Passed ball By Bliss
1. Time of game 2 hours. Umpire
against nine tiff McCreery who gave
a total of four bases on balls, and
struck one batter, however.
Automobiles "Garages "Accessories
Dukes Indulge In Swatfest
And Smother Old Pueblo Men
(Special to The Republican.)
ALBlQCKRyCK, X. M. June 13.
Albuquerque indulged in an old time
swatfest this afternoon and smoth
ered the Tucson team under a storm
of hits, and winning by a score of
16 to 5.
McConnell. whose slow hall puzzled
the Inkes in the last series when
he won two games, was hit all over
the lot. In five times up Huelsman
got a homer, a three bagger, two
doubles and a single. McMurdo ap
peared as playing manager for Tuc
son. Kitty Brashear umpired and
his decisions were undisputed.
The score R. H. K
Tucson 000 012 002 5 13 '2
Albuquerque ..332 102 14x 16 17 1
Batteries: McConnell. McOeehan
and Callan: Kleharty and Raedel.
NOT TOO LATE
TO ENTER NOW
Still Time to Place Name
on l?oll of Contestants in
Campaign to Place Phoe
nix Baseball Club on Easy
"Is it too late to enter the ticket
This ciuery was phoned to The Re
publican scores of times) yesterday by
Sirls eager to compete lor the prizes
offered by the leading local jewelers to
the four young women selling the most
tickets for the holiday ball games to be
played July 5.
The contest is still open. Perhaps
the girl who will be lucky enough to
win the first prize has not yet placed
her name on the books for twenty-five
or more tickets. She may do so by
calling at the office of the Arizona
lair commission, where T. I). Shaugh
nessy, president of the Phoenix ball
club, will start her on her way as a
true base ball fan.
"Every loyal fan will show his sup
port by purchasing a ticket and Judg
ing by the Sunday crowds at the ball
park, I do not expect to have difficulty
in disposing of at least one hundred
tickets the first week." said utte of the
contestants last evening. "I want to
see the pay roll in good standing when
Manager Hester and his team return
home. It will show the boys we are
for them. Until now the women have
not cooperated with the business men
and chamber of commerce in securing
anil insuring a ball team. I reaily
think we should take more interest in
good, clean sport anil feel this is the
She expressed her delight in the dia
mond ring, which has been donated by
lingo's, the bracelet watch by White
and Wesley, the la Valliere by Rosen
zweig, and the vanity box by Friedman.
Readily adaptable to all situations, with its ability
to meet and overcome the unusual, the Ford is the
car for your tours and camping expeditions, as 'well
as being a genuine utility in the demands of every
day life. Averaging about two cents per mile to
operate and maintain.
Barring the unforeseen, each retail buyer of a new
Ford car between August 1914 and August 1915 will
receive from $40 to $60 as a share of the Ford
Motor Company's profits.
Touring Car $565; Runabout $515; Coupelet $825;
Sedan $1050; f. o. b. Phoenix with all equipment.
On display and sale at
308-10 E. Adsms St.
Rio Grande Association
flub Won Lost Pet
Id I'aso 12 8 .600
Albuquerque 11 9 .33(1
PHOENIX v 9 11 .450
lucsnn 8 12 .4''J
National League American League
The Fatal Six
CINCIXXATI. June 15. Alter not
allowing a jnan to reach first for
six innings. Dal" weakened and the
visitors scored six runs off six hits
an error and a pass in the seventh.
Score R. If. K.
New York 8 10 0
Cincinnati 0 4 1
Batteries Tesreau and ftfeyers,
Smith ; Dale. Toney and Clark.
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Take Third Place
ST. IXU1S. June 15. The locals
took third place today. The visitors
scored two in the second on two
singles and a double, but the lorals
went ahead in the fifth with timely
hitting helped by errors.
Score R. If. K.
Rrooklyn 2 fi 2
St. Iauis 4 10 2
Batteries Dell. Appleton and Mc
Carty; Sallee and Snyder.
Maisel Cleans Up
XICW YORK, June 15. Maisels
hard hitting enabled the locals to
win the fourth game, and the series.
He cleaned bases in the third with
a double and with bases full in the
seventh he singled and scored tw .
His fourth hit in the eighth scored
Score ' It. IT. K.
St. Iouis 4 8 3
Xew York 9 12 0
Batteries James and Severeid;
Warhop and Sweeney.
PHILADELPHIA. June 15. The
Inline oeiween I'nnaneipnia ana De
troit was called in the third inning
on account of rain.
Tied For Lead
CHICAGO. June 15. Chicago wal
loped the Beancaters in lively fash
ion, hitting the hall all over the lot.
As Philadelphia did not play Chicago
ties with them for the lead.
Score Ft. IT. K.
Boston , 0 S 1
Chicago 4 in 3
Batteries Hughes and Gowdy;
Vaughn and Bresnahan.
Other American league games post
poned on account of wet weather.
PITTSBURG, June 15. The gums
scheduled between Philadelphia and
Pitt3burg was postponed on account
of wet grounds.
A good place to Judge a woman's
beauty and a man's disposition Is at
the breakfast table.
Cigarettes fifteen years ago
are smokers of
Cigarettes today I
and Egyptian Qgaretlet In thtVirU
Pittsburg, 5; Brooklyn, 2. OSight
St. Louis, 1; Xewark, 0. (Seven
Kansas City, 9; Baltimore, 4.
it hers wet.
Salt Lake, 8; Venice, 4.
Oakland, 7; Portland, 1.
San Francisco, 3; Los Angeles, 0.
NOT IN SPELLING
A solid young fellow who had been
writing a letter with a pencil, got up
from his seat in the Erie depot, for a
stroll around, leaving his unfinished
letter on the 'able. A man came in,
took the seat to wait for the train,
and in an absent way took up the
missive. He held " it in his hands
when the young man returned and
"That's my leKvtr mister"
"Well, you can have it," was the
"Did you read it?"
"X-o! That is. I glanced over a few
lines of it ard noticed that hardly
a word of it was spelled correctly."
"It is a letter to my girl."
"Girl I'm going to rr.arry."
"And I don't caro a cocked hat
about the spelling. What I want
to impress on that girl It iuv. 1-u-v.
and lots of it, for there's sixty acres
of land and sawmill behind her."
It doesn't 'take a woman very long
to discover that she drew a blank in the
matrimonial lottery, but to her dying
day she believes her husband drew a
Club Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia 27 20 .574
Chicago 27 ;n .574
Brooklyn 25 24 .51
St. Louis 27 26 .50!!
Boston 23 2i . 4S'.
Pittsburg 22 24 .47 s
New York 19 24 .44
Cincinnati 19 25 .432
Club Won Lost Pet
Chicago 32 19 .27
Detroit :S2 21 .604
Boston 25 .IS .58!
New York 25 2.1 .521
Washington 22 22 .SOU
Cleveland 20 27 ,42i
St. liuis 19 32 .3mi
Philadelphia IS 31 .?7
Cluh Won Lost Pet.
Kansas City 32 21 .f.04
St. Louis 2i 21 .553
Pittsburg 21 22 .542
Brooklvn 27 24 .529
Newark 2fi 24 .520
Chicago 26 25 .510
Baltimore 19 30 . :;ss
Buffalo 19 34 .358
lub Won Lost Pet.
San Francisco 39 2S .58
Salt Tjike sr. .T
Los Angeles 39 38 .506
Portland 30 33 .476
Oakland 35 39 .473
Venice 31 39 .443
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
Rio Grande Association
PHOENIX AT EL PASO.
Tucson at Albuquerque.
Boston at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Ixmis.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg.
Cleveland at Boston.
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at. Philadelphia.
Chicago at Washington.
St. Louis at Newark.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Buffalo.
Kansas City-at Baltimore.
Venice at Salt Lake.
Portland at Oakland.
San Francisco at Ixs Angeles.
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