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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, '1915 . TONER'S GUSP1DQRQUS CURVES TOD MUCH FOR liCKD; PHOENIX WINS FIVE-ZERO Collators Come ?a-k ninl Clout the Ball, Winning Second Oanic Witli Biil liant Fielding Kick of Tight Pittue M'niLIVKAY-fiETS FOUR C.OOn HITS jMclllyim and Beer Ratted Smnptuomlv, Rut All Five S. oresMade Off the Yettran Hal! to Pitch Toduv's (iaine (Ppetial to The Republican) KL I'ASi), June 1. Mainly Turn Inner. That explains the odd ami one-silel score by which Phoenix :raspd the second contest of the t-eries here today. Although making r:ne hiu -'tf the P.ed-Head. F.1 Paso cuidd not connect with the pill. when Mvh connection would have meant a store or two. Toner indulged in zx lot of chews II the old slippery elm this after noon. Consequently, his curves were what iiiiht lie termed moist. In fact. I.e pitched in quite it f. .g. Helving on mis pitter over which ho nad ier Jiot control at ali stages Toner, aided n.ateri illy by the superlative field ing of exactly eight other white ;.rbed players, blanked the Mackmen. Thomas' sharp, breaking drop a.used sharp hrer-.king f hacks mong the loccl bnllists. Six of ti ein fanned. Between-whiles, nine hits v ere accomplished olf Toner. lint lilts came not when hits were most paiily needed. As they say, IF if the Jcks had slushed the ball several tnns when the ha 1 runners on, the irt would have been different. Hut its the story is not different. It must, j crforce. be related just as it is. Kmerging out f the philosophy stuff, the yarn now becomes the deep I Idi.J hua' tf action - swift, ruthless ac tion swift, ruthless act 'on. Shoot! It was a bitterly contested affair. It was bitter that every' time the visitor made another run, one could 1 ear the countenames drop in the yrandsiand. This is the first time this l.as been experienced ojtside of a 1 ovel at $1.35 net. Stoney McCJlynn. the Veteran twirler, was "seen" for the entirt live rens made by the Arizonlans. lie slso got tapped for the hits that were responsible for those runs although fme of the discredit tan pot to in l.eiders who fjrgot how to play thon jcu.d iicr cent ball at critical times. Possibly they did not have time .to mink, of It. while the batted balbi were hopping madly across the green-FAaj-d. i Note: This is a joke. There IS no greensward; but it sounds fine In type). In the sixth stanza, canto, frame a'ltl space sometimes iryly and tech nically calb-d innir.g Mounseer Mc Ulynn was withdrawn. In his plate uent the amiable Pamnel Beer. It Is said that he was thrown into the breath. Sure. now. his stock form Tucson Makes 15 Runs One Inning Off Dukes (Special to The Republican) ALHL'Ql'CRQUE, June 16. What is probably a league record for hits and runs in a single inning, was scored to day by Tucson, when, in the seventh frame, Jordan's sore arm gave out and the visitors grasped a dozen hits and K1FTEEX runs before the slaughter could 1-e stopped. Errors contributed to the score. Tut son was winning steadily, hitting Jordan frequently but not disastrously, until the seventh Inning turned the contest into a fiasco. Fleharty went in before the Inning was over and was hurled from the mound, the Pueblos, looking his curves over with the same Mighty Cowan Drubbed; Smelter's First "Lose" (Special to The Republican) HATDEX. June 16. Hayden Smel ter experienced the first pangs of defeat this season, today, when the Ray Mine squad journeyed over and cornered the contest, making enough runs off Cowan in the sixth to re frigerate the game. This game mark ed the entrance of one Toots Bliss into local baseliall. Smelter came back manfully and scored one each In the seventh and eighth, tying the game um but ;X right. It's Stni for Z.ftWr tit Instruction C h m r t , specifying nutk0 and model of your tar. Free. f : The Statistics 5- PHOENIX AB.-R. H. PO. A. E. Scanlon, .lb .'4 1 - 1 1 0 0 McArdle, ss r 1 2 1 1 0 Xutt. rf 4 1 2 3 0 0 Ocmaggio, cf 4 1 1 3 1 0 MeGi'.vray, lb .. .4 0 4 2 0 Lynn, c T. 0 3 8 0 0 Oowling. 2b :.f 0 0 2 2 0 Hester, If 5 1 1 0 0 0 Toner, p 4 0 0 2 2 1 Totals 39 f, 14 27 8 I EL PASC AH. R. 1 1. PO. A. E. S 0 2 8 2 0 Mathes, lb Perrine, 2b . . 4 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 3 II 0 0 Bauer, cf 0 0 Dud.ly. 3b 3 0 0 Bliss, c 4 Thompson, rf-lf 4 Pendleton, ss 4 Hayes, If 2 MeC.lynn. p 2 Peer, p 2 0 0 o 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 o o Knight, rf 1 o Totals 3G (I 27 17 3 Score by innings PHOENIX Runs w 210 0()0 E Slits 014 220 113 14 EL PASO Runs 000 000 000 0 Hits 012 200 121 !i SUMMARY Innings pitched by .Mdilynn, ft 1-3, by Beer, 3 2-3; tuns made off Mc Olynn. !t; hits apportioned off Me tllynn 9. off Beer 5. Two bn-se hit. Mathes. Three base hit. McArdle. Stolen base, I.ynn. Sac rifice hits. Xutt, Scanlon. Struck out by Toner six. by McGlynn 4; by Beer. 2. Bases on balls off Toner. 2: off McGlynn 1; off Beer none. First base on errors Rl Iaso 1; Phoenix 3. I-ft on bases El Paso 9: Phoenix 10. Wild pitches by Toner 1; l'v He-r, 1. Time of game, 1:58. I'mtiire Kane. stopped up any Raps that might have admitted further runs, so Samrry gets in the same class as the young jlmtch kid. whose finger inserted in a j crack in the canal back saved all of Holland once. What, never beard of him? Strange! Back to Sammy. Sr.mmy held the .westerners saltly until the nd. They slammed five solid hits off him, but they didn't do it in a successive man ner. They did it detachedly so to speak, as it were. The correspondent would like to risk the displeasure of the ca-shler and send in a lot of things aftout how El "Paso ought to have smacked Toner's drops more frequently. But tfs no use. They didn't; so he will not. Herbert Hall, having had half a week of leisure, will tromp out on the hill tomorrow with the iong end of I lie wise coin on him to win. .While the Rio Grande Valley ha.f both the Arizona squads in it irtongst. the Xew Mexico and Texas fans are expecting some orutl and inhospitable tiettroent to be accorded trie visitors. But todays results look -is thoUKh the dope had got mingled somewhat. Oh, all rl?ht: they only charge a cent a word for this kind of telegrams. niceness of selection they had exercised on the weak lobs of Jordan. Shorty Davis went In after Fleharty had been driven out of the box and fin ished the game, escaping a similar on slaught from the triumphant visitors merely because they had had enough and played a purely defensive game. Oscar Horstman held the locals to ten hits more or less scattered, off which they realized five runs. Score R. H. E. Tucson 130 000 15-0019 21 1 Albuquerque .010 100 1 20 5 10 7 Batteries Jordan, Fleharty, Davis and P.aedel: Horstman and CaUan. I'mpire Brashear. Rromlev t ilri t en r:l in Jl timelv and efficient matters and the final score stood 5 to 4. aftejr the visitors had pushed across thei,T eight inning tal ly. Score R. II. K. Smelter 200 000 1104 6 2 Ray Mine 000 103 0105 9 0 Batteries Cowan and Bliss, Glad enich, Bromley arul Riordan. 1 Men who gamble pick' their own pockets. - Silence in a busy motor is a pretty; eood indication that evervthine is all a rest-easy sign. - 1 ihe Standard Oifarfofar Gars, makes your motor run quietly because . it lubricates scientifically. It keeps the motor cool and the repair bills low. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California ' l'huttolx. . . ' BASEBALL BOOKKEEPING STANDING OF THE CLUBS Rio Grande Association Club Won Dost Pet El Paso 12 9 .571 Albuquerque 11 10 .524 PHOENIX 10 11 .476 Tucson 9 12 .429 National League Club Won Philadelphia 27 Chicago 27 St. I.ouis 28 Boston i ... 24 Pittsburg 23 , Brooklyn 24 New York 20 Cincinnati . 19 Dost Pet 21 .563 21 .G63 26 .519 24 .500 24 .489 26 -4S0 24 .455 26 ,422 American League Won 32 32 26 Club Chicago Detroit . Boston . Ist 20 18 23 28 :u 32 Pet .615 .593 .vu .521 .511 .417 . 380 Xew Yolk 25 Washington 23 Cleveland 20 Philadelphia. 19 St. I.uis 19 Federal League flub Won Kansas City 33 St Louis 27 :.tSt 21 21 24 Pet. .611 .538 .531 .528 .510 .380 .343 Brooklyn . Pittsburg t'hicago . Newark . . Baltimore Buffalo .. . .28 . .26 . .28 . .26 . .19 . 1? 31 26 Coast League Club Won Dost Tct. S:.n Francisco 40 28 .588 Salt Dake 36 32 .529 A,f Angeles 39 39 .500 Portland 31 33 .484 Oakland 3 5 4 0 .467 Venice 31 40 .437 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Rio Grande Association PHOEXI XAT ED PASO. Tucson at Albuquerque. National League New York at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at St. Douis. American League Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Xew York. St. Iuis at Boston, (2 games.) Detroit at Washington. Federal League Kansas City at Baltimore. St. Ixuis at Newark. Pittsburg at Brooklyn. Chicago at Buffalo. Coast League Venice at Salt Ijike. " Portland at Oakland. San Francisco at Dos Angeles. o National League PIRATES 2 PHILLIES 1 PITTSBI'KG, June 16. The locals scored the winning run in the sixth on a single, a sacrifice and an error. They tied the count in the fourth on Collins' triple and Wagner's out. Score R- II- K- Philadelphia 1 3 1 Pittsburg 2 6 1 Batteries Chalmers and Killifer; Harman and Gibson. GIANTS' CtEAN UP IN 12TH CINCINNATI. June. 16 Doyle's single. Burn's out, singles by Fletcher and Robertson and an error by Deach gave the visitors two runs and the game 'n the twelfth. Score New York . Cincinnati Batteries Mathewson, Stroud and Meyers; Benton Clark, Wingo. R H. E. 5 11 1 3 10 2 Schauer, Dear and BOSTON'S FIRST WIN CHICAGO, June 16. By batting Che ney hard in the fifth, the visitors won their first victory of the season off the locals. Tyler puzzled the Cubs when there were men on bases. Score R. Boston Chicago 3 Batteries Tyler and Whaling ey, Pierce and Archer. TI. E. 11 2 9 1 Chen- GUY NAMED MEDDERS ST. DOUIS. June 16 Meadows pitch ing hitless ball for five innings helped the locals to win. Snyder's single in the sixth sent Miller and Dong home with the winning run. Score R. II. E. Brooklyn 3 7 1 St. Douis 4 7 1 Batteries Rucker, Appleton and Mil ler; Griner, Meadows and Snyder. . American League PHILADELPHIA AND COBB! PHIDADELPHIA, June 16. Barry's tripple on which Cobb threw the ball backward In attempting to return it gave the locals the winning run in the eighth. Score . R. II. E. Detroit .2 3 1 Philadelphia 3 3 1 Batteries Dauss and Stanage, Mc Kee; Wyckoff and Dapp. JOHNSON BEATS SOX WASHINGTON, June 16. Johnson struck out eight, gave no passes and hit one., Russell was batted for eleven safeties. f ' 111 " 'V" ill Brooks And Lewis Try For The Pomona Eleven Captain and Kilit Tad:-' ,:' Two 'hai:'ioi!hii) Coy ote Teams Leave for I lie ' Coat to (Jet Acquainted With ColWe Lite' With the Ivmoi:a college l!il." foot all squad as their goal 1M Hrooks nd Ciaii Dewis who played mi the high school state chanpionship team here the past two cars left l;t night for the coast where they will spend their vacation along the shore of the old Pacific, waiting for the lirar old fall to come so that they may get busy on the field as Freshmen and show the other students what Phoenix high haslevdoped during their stay of four long years. Kd Hrooks was captain of the coyote foot hall s-piad for the past two ears and during that time had state champion teams, will he of great use to the Pomona eleven this fall as he is very fast in the Lackfield. Gail 1-wis another member of the squad left with Brooks with the same intentions, as he' also wants to star with the Pomona eleven. Ix-wis played right tackle an'l was a great help to the team in winning. The way .you go from Mesa to Tempe has been called a load. The title, "section of state and transcon tinental highways," has also leen applied to it. Both are wrong. It is a petrified chunk of nome prehistoric storm at sea. There are several other chunks off Ihe same stonm between Mesa and Fish Creek. How do we know? Tool; a day off and went iiip thrre, of course. The best part of the trip was the fishin' excursion in Commodore J. C. Adams' 26-foot power boat. Con siderable luxury tied np in that Chicago : i l Washington " Batteries Hussell and SchalU; Joiin son nd Ainsmith. MORTON'S BAD FRAME BOSTON, June IB. The locals scored in the fourth off Morltn enough runs to win. Two passes, two singles and a double produced the scores. Score IL H. K. Cleveland 9 0 Boston .. i 8 2 Batteries Morton and O'Neill; Shore and Thomas. '; St. Louis-New York No game. ' ' sX"K'v Ciornirhi i 1 a::io t j. Hrm ii another tut-clertfrl mem'wr ofje Vim Athcrt oki-tirrtf imnlv pfxrs rlub." This it John O'Rvilfav. of h.at P povidone, R. J.. who . iust passed the ct-ntury n.nrk. Mr. O' R'-sflv is one of tho grand old mt-n v ho ji3 ifime to th'-. rtf at wsth thf jrys of hir. frie ndly jimmy filfiesh tn hia ntm-i vach mornmff. li iu : always been a it tsar 1 stnoktsr. Prince Albert is sold everywhere becaute the demand tor it i universal. So wherever you happen to run ehnrt jurt drop in the i.andiewt tiop that aelltt tobacco and buy the tttppy red bag for a jitney piece, Sc; tidy red tin. 10c; handtome pound and half-pound tin humidor j; and that claaty crymtal'gtaem pound humidor with tpontftt-moiitcner top. X , A 'l .. 'W-iAi V' J 3 Cnvr. J3T?ooms pressed steel, launch. Ford engine equipped And in tho meantime, Jawn Mc- ' Oloskey's aggregation threw the hooks inlo the Senators, thereby giving rise, j to eight arx a half rumors thnt four (members nf the McCloskey aggregation v,ere being tearfully demanded by bi?; j league scouts in exchange for large amounts of money. j -. i The Senators, eh? It's been a "horse on ir." so frcpient this" trip , that it might be proper to change the spelling to Centaurs. What? This is a darn -fib: A movement, was stalled yesterday in. Phoenix to, present Kitty Brashear with a wreath j iwers upons his first appearance You uncork that sunshine tank by letting some Prince Albert joy smoke sift into your system via a jimmy pipe or makin's ciga rette, for you never got such fun out of tobacco in all your life. Get that P. A. flavor? Get that P. A. aroma? Go to it mighty cheerful, because P. A. can't bite I Puff away like you hit perpetual motion in the first round I Arid keep fired-up till the 7 cows come home. For it's sureacrs Prince Albert f, never grouched any other man's tongue and won't grouch yours ! Alee You be a sPrt 'fy'Wt ' a-u.m KwaiiQO ss pmii ir-v 11 contentment of thing, that chummy with Hammer this home for what ails your smokeappetite, because you've no time to lose getting introduced to this real and true man-tobacco that's ace-high and a yard wide no matter how you swing on it, jimmy pipe or makin's cigarette V R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C here in the familiar bliie serge of the I iariit-ator-wielder. Whether umpiting 1 will prove less fagging upon the nerv- I ons system than managing a Tucson j ball club, remains to be saw. "Spot" j JlacMurdo, first baseman-manager, i sounds good. And most folk.s call him i "Spots" in type, but why the plural ! form, is more than Ae can sec. Might j as well sav "Specks" Belts or, bet- tr yet, ",Sex." , j Another baseball lie: It was rt'-i mored arcund town yesterlay thatj Hoib Hester, manager of the Sena- lorn, would present the glad and wel-j coming hand to the alleged snort writers who have been panning him,' an.l invite tbem to occupy padded ' seats in the pi ess lx. I The Republican force wishes they would gt t fired for writing their own stuff on typewriters. Anyway, how do you expect the ; poor stenographers to make a il ing .' I m m m Have you purchased the ticket to the double-header? You better do it XOW. You see, it is little use try ing to impress a lot of ball fans with the fact that a team needs some ad vance money to buy grub and things with, but when a pair of sweet, im ploring feminine eyes are turned upon a nail fan, and sail eyes back up a request to kick in well, lots crustier people than baseball fans in Phoenix have loosened up under such circum stances. The eternal grouch that beats the one Hester is said to 1 toting around with him exists in Phoenix. This per son also exemplifies the entile loyalty of most Phoenicians to the ball club. Said the K. O., "WiM the league break tip? I have heard so much, about the Solons' slump ." m m Mister .McGilivray, outfielder, has Vined. Hack ought to do Well on the Phoenix club along with McArdle anil Mc'Yeery. If we just had an O'Soine lliing or, other. m m ' "Circuit Snips" is the entitlement of a department in the Albuquerque Her ald, devoted to sport snatches from other dailies in the league. Recently, the C. S. editor used a Phoenix item that wasn't ours, with credit to us. The only thing that's worse than this is to use something clever we ground out and clap somebody else's name to it. The moving finger writ. And, having writ, passed on; Nor all your piety and wit Can cause the official scorer to give you a hit on that bull which riz and riz and fell right into the center fielder's hand, sothat he didn't have a shred of an excuse to crab at the error. "Turn about is fair enough," sen Tucson, and bats out twenty-one hits, 1!) runs, and laughs demoniacally at the Dooks, who done about the same . the day before. Get P. A. jimmypipejoy'us and cigarette makin's happy, then you'll personally un derstand that no other pipe and cigarette tobacco ever was or ever can be like Prince Albert, because it's made by a patented process that cuts out the bite and the parch. That's why pipe peaceful and cigarette peaceful men call .ml. take a chance on this vnnNro nn I'Hoo nf tko Imlltr it-? i iv vmi smit nn fir t n- and restfulness and that sort hits every man who gets P. A. FEDERAL LEAGUE ! -. Chicago, S; Buffalo, 0. Second game: Chicago, 3: Bufalo, 1. St. Louis. 3; Newark, L Kansas City, 6; Baltimore, 3. 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