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W THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1915
PACK TWO 5 i COMES GO TO TENIPE TO MEET STRONG HALITES MILLERS W I T. ;mis Will Settle Down to .1 lY-ular liattlp Today, Alter Wordy War of the .a--!ies Coyotes doing O it of Their 'Class Tin- well known bull will rpaso to tryrate under the hurling efforts of hs. captains and managers, and ;-in f-mtbah players will get down n ltu;m ms at throe thirty thin af itrjnx.n. when a squad if Coyotes un- r E. (iiMry will invade the Tempe N.-rm.tl for the first big interesting I. ml. ,.f the vlley season. Neither .-ule wi'.l nominate its players yet, i r neither side "wants the other to t-i-.-w any thin? about formations, r;.-.. etc. Geary loaded his Coyotes ui aut" yesterday afternoon and t- tod them out into the wilds for t ' ir final practice. E-.indreds will go from Phoenix to s the cridiron dash between the ii t teams in the valley. The high :.n- l ill be supjMrted by a lot of rTirs. who will endeavor to make up 'tise what they lack in numbers. I tiiKipnl Cook of the high school ...1 nitN'd yesterday that the locals .r fin; out of their class to play Xi una!, as the Tempo team has the rating f"r ace and experience of a i n:enMty team. Some of Normal's 1 '.iviti are well over -1 years of age, x.l.nli is the hieh school ape limit. S:i.l. neither Cook nor Oeary wanted to if thought of as producing an :..!v,iruo aiihi for the I'hoenicians. T;-.t year, the Coyotes went down to K:erside and worsted the Normals, but Normal has a heavier and strong r team t'tis year, while the Coyotes 1. t e In t't) lightened considerably by the departure of baekfield men. Tbe players who will represent the I '!.; nix high today are l.tike, Hoido. tter. Iitham. I'inney, Abbott, :!ky. Ilitton, Cole. Vinnel. Caldwell, Henry. Duncan. Marlar (captain), Gal p:n. I "oil. Walters. Norton, Brandon, Teal. IHtweiler and Edwards. The dope strongly favors Normal to w m. llavinc held the extra strong I!iiersity of Arizona, team to a soli tary touchdown, scored in the final two minutes of play, on Varsity's home grounds. Normal may well be Linked with the leading teams of the southwest. A little bettor break in In. k. and the Salt Kiver Valley would have one of its teams eligible to the a 11 -south west championship. Twenty-six Events in the Trap Shootfest for Fair Added Monev and More Kvcnts Makes 1915 Meet ing of Scatter Gunners Kven More Important Than Pi- 1011 Match i The Phoenix Gun club will hold ! a practice shm.t at the traps at f I the State Fair grounds tomorrow f morning at in o'clock. All visit- ! ' ing shooters are welcome. All are ' I urro.l to bring out their scatter ' guns anil break a few birds. I n With the program for the twenty third annual tournament of the Ari- Wear the "Half and Half The new 2 tone felt hat we are Showing. A striking stylish novelty at $3.00 Your choice, a chamois tcp with seal brown brim, or a submarine gray top rcith black brim. 40 North Center St. LIVESTOCK? NIX! STATE COLLEGE, Pa.. Oct. 22. The plans of Pennsylvania State College students to travel as "live stock'' to hip football games to be played away from home were shattered by the Interstate Com merce Commission. It ruled that despite the willingness of the students to travel in special cars bedded down in straw, it is illegal for railroads to transport humans under the special classification of "livestock." I - COLLEGE. FOOTBALL nj-uu-u-r-My.. i-i-i-i- -------------- rr Important Games today: Arizona I, vs Pomona at Clare mont. Amherst vs Wesleyan at Am herst Brown vs Syracuse at Providence Carlisle vs liucknell at Carlisle Case vs Oberlin at Cleveland Colby vs Bowdoin at Waterville Colgate vs Ren P. I. at Hamilton Colo. Aggies vs Utah Aggies at Ft. Collins Creighton vs Haskell at Omaha Fordham vs Holy Cross at New York HARVARD vs CORNELL at Cam bridge Penn State vs West Va. Wes. at State Coll PRINCETON Princeton Swarthmore Swarthmore. ARMY vs. vs DARTMOUTH at vs F. and M. at at An- GEORGETOWN West Point, NAVY vs. Virginia P. I. at napolis U. CHICAGO vs PURDUE at Chi eago Colo. U. vs Colo. Coll. at Boulder MICHIGAN vs MICH. AGGIES at Ann Arbor U. New Mexico vs U. S. Indians at Albuquerque. U. of Penn. vs V. of Pitts, at Phila I, of Utah vs Colo. Mines at Salt Lake YALE vs WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON at New Haven zona Sportsmen's Association, to be held at the state fair grounds No vember 15, 16 and 17. under the auspices of the Phoenix Gun club, al ready completed, more than usual in terest in the affair is promised. The importance of the tournament from a sportsman's standpoint is indicated by the fact that there will be five hun dred dollars added in money and trophies. This is a registered tour nament to which the Interstate As sociation for the Encouragement of Trap Shooting has contributed J100 in caish, $75 in trophies and J50 in cash to the runner up of the Inter state Association's State Amateur Championship event, conditional on the winner or runner up attending the Grand American Handicap Tourna ment and competing in the National Amateur championship at single targets. In all there will be twenty-six events, ten on the first day, eight on the second together with the indi vidual championship shoot, and six on the third day. concluding with a miss and out event, not numbered. For the individual cahmpionhip event in ad dition to the regular prizes of a di vided purse. the winner will be awarded a handsome $150 medal. For the four men team championship, in the list of events for the final day a $5i0 medal has been hung up. The. rules are very plain. They state that the grounds will be open for practice shooting on November 11. Targets trapped at 2 cents. The Interstate Association trap shooting rules will govern all events. The price of targets will be three cents in all regular events. The official score will be kept in plain sight of every shooter on a score board and it will be his duty to watch that score. No changes will be made, after two shots are fired. Shooting will begin each morning at 8:30 o'clock, and the cashier will make payments each evening at Hotel Adams. Make your entry for the entire pro gram each day if jHissible. Unshot events will be refunded. The purses in all events except the team races and championship events will be di vided 40, 30. 20 and 10. Only sixteen yard events to count in general average. Shooters must use 12 gunge guns or smaller and smokeless powder. Medal winners must be bona fide residents of the state of Arizona. The added money in all regular events, except Inter state Association Amateur State Championship, is open to all ama teurs. Full line of standard loads can be secured on the grounds. All tie on trophies to be shot off. Guns and ammunition shipped prepaid to Del Morrell, secretary, in care of Pinney and Robinson, will be delivered on the grounds, free of charge. Copies of the program may be secured gratis from Del Morrell. Following is the complete list of events: First Day, November 15 Ten events, 20 targets each. En trance $2, $20 added. Second Day, November 16 Eight events. 20 targets each. En trance $2, $20 added. Individual championship 50 targets. Entrance. $4.50. High man takes medal. Present holder takes 50 per cent net purse. Second man takes 25 per cent net purse. Third man takes CLOSE GUI Hardest Fought Contest of Copper League Season Goes to Hayden Team, 2 to 1 Dent and Bromley in Hot Duel League Standing Team Won. Lost. Pet. Ray Mines 7 4 .636 Hayden Smelter 5 4 .556 Hayden Mill 3 7 .300 HAYDEN, Oct. 20. (Special Cor respondence. Hester's M inert: lost to Powell's Millers on the local diamond this afternoon in an exceptionally close and exciting exhibition of the national sport. Dent did the tossing for the Millers while Bromley opposed him on the mound for the Miners and it was decidedly a pitchers' bat tle, both doing splendid work through out. This is the last game these two teams will play this season. The Smelterites will go to Ray next Sun day and there will be two games be tween the Mill and Smelter here next 'A eel:, closing the season. The visitors were first at bat in today's contest and after Scanlon and Hester were both down Domaggio ,ent a hot one to short and made it safe but it was no use as Mitchell came next and was an easy victim. After the first frame no one connected f-afoly until the foutrh when it was "gain Domaggio as he sent a bounder to third and with characteristic fleet footedness beat the sphere to first. Mitchell then sacrificed placing De maggiu on second. With only one do vn and Nick on second it looked like a score for the visitors but Dris (oll hit to Whelan and as Domaggio tried to advance Kelliher covered third and Whelan played to him and Nick was out. This shock was too great for ambitious Hester and he charged across the field toward em pire Andrada and there was consider able excitement for a time. After things cooled off a little the game was resumed but Herb was quietly leposing on the bench, Ramage hav ing taken his place in the game. Mahoney retired the side by flying to right. In the fifth Arbogast grounded safe to right but Pendleton followed sending one to short and two went out on a fast double play. Bromley then grounded to Whelan who throw wild to first allowing the runner to make second. Scanlon then grounded to Whelan who threw to Van and the ball went by as the sun's rays in terfered with Joe's vision, Bromley scoring and Scanlon resting at sec ond. Itamage fanned and the side retired. This run made on errors was the only one for the visitors in the entire game. The Millers went down before Bromley in one, two, three order in almost every inning and did not have a "look-in" until the sixth. In this inning Van was already down when Whelan grounded to loft for a safety and immediately stole second as the ball was being returned from the field. Zamloch then sent a bounder to short who threw wild in attempting to cfitch Whelan at second. This allowed Whelan to come home and the score was tied amid great pandemonium in local fandom. There was nothing more doing until the eighth when Van walked. Whelan flew safe to right advancing Van. Zamloch then sent a grounder to second and Whelan was out at second but Van was on third and came home when Wachob connected for a safety. This was all, but sufficient to win one of the hard est fought games of the season. Score : Hayden Mill AB. R. H. PO.A.E. Kelliher. ss 3 0 0 4 4 0 Van. lb 2 1 0 11 1 1 Whelan. 3b 3 1 2 1 1 1 Zamloch, rf 4 0 0 t 0 0 Wachob, c 4 0 1 7 0 0 Powell, 2b 4 0 0 2 3 1 Bauer, of 3 0 1 1 0 0 Galena. If 3 0 0 0 0 0 Dent, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 29 3 4 27 12 3 Ray Mines AB. R. If. PO.A.E. Scanlon. 31 3 0 1 0 4 0 Hester, lb 2 0 0 4 0 0 Domaggio. rf 4 0 2 2 0 0 Mitchell. 21 2 0 0 1 1 1 Driscoll. cf 4 0 0 2 0 0 Mahoney, If 4 0 1 1 0 0 Arbogast, c 4 0 1 6 0 0 Pendleton, ss 4 0 0 4 3 1 Bromley, p 3 1 0 0 1 1 Ramage. lb 2 0 0 4 0 0 32 1 5 24 9 3 Score by innings: Hayden Mill 000 001 Olx 2 Ray Mines 000 010 000 1 Summary Sacrifice hits Van, Whelan, Mitch ell 2 Stolen bases Whelan, Zamloch, Ga lena. Double plays Kelliher to Van. Struck out By Dent 7, by .Brom ley 6. Base on balls Off Dent 1, off Bromley 2. Batting errors Arbogast passed ball. I'mpires McGilvray and Andrada. Time of game 1 hour, 40 minutes. Attendance 300. 15 per cent net purse. Fourth man takes 10 per cent net purse. Third Day, November 17 Three events, 20 targets each. En trance $2, $20 added. Event 4. Four-men team champion ship 50 targets. Entrance, per team, $6.00. Event 5, merchandise event 25 tar gets. Entrance $2.50. Prizes num bersd. Event 6, Interstate Amateur State Championship 100 targets. Entrance $5.00, $50 added. Seven trophies to the seven high guns. Purse divided into fifteen equal monies. Miss and out event Entrance $1.00. o The English language is spoken by ten per cent of the world's inhabitants.' ideal a car that must not and cannot be judged from the standpoint of its astounding price alone. When we say that. this new Paige Six "36," has been built to realize an ideal we are'speaking accurate, literal truth. From the very beginning it has been the unfaltering purpose and policy of the Paige Company to build high class, dependable motor cars. It has been the purpose and policy of the Paige Company tcf achieve a Standard of Quality and ' Value not merely a standard of Price. 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Telephone 712 for Arizona University Puts Pomona Team On Its Mettle That the University of Arizona football squad, which jilays Pomona at Clareniont Cal., today, may prove a hard nut to crack, is the opinion of Coach Stantfjn of the Huns, as in dicated by the following from tho ILos Angeles - Times: Coach Stanton expects the Arizona eame next Saturday to be ono of the hardest contests of the season for his Huns. He announced last night that his men would have to be in just as good shape as for the Oc cidental game a month later if they expect to come out on the long end of the score. The desert team sur prised the Huns last year, and de feated them by a close score when the latter were showing the effects of the hard season in Southern Cali fornia, and consequently, the old fox has a wholesome respect for the prowess of the Tucson men What Coach Stanton really Intends to do this year is to have two en tirely separate backfields. He will start nearly all of the Rames with Jesson and Nisbit at halves. Green at full, and McFadden at quarter. These men are all Hne-phiRsers. and are calculated to be strong enough to wear down almost any line. Then, when these four backs bejrin to tire, tlio ERE you see illustrated the new Paige Six 36." Here you see the latest addition to a distinguished line of mrs a true Paitre every inch of it a car built to realize an GEO. HAGEMAN" a demonstration Paige-Detroit Motor Car old fox will have four more to take up the play. Dowiintr and Itapson will replace the other two halfbacks. Younir will po jn at full, will take the quarter berth ter combination will rely upon speed, and is really and Given . This lat prineipally almost as strong as the first line-up baekfield. Coach Stanton used this combina tion acrainst Redlands Saturday. The Hantists held the Huns even for the first half, but were gradually worn down. 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Thi n, we predict, your first query will be: "How is it possible to build such a car tor 1095?" 2nd Company, Detroit, Mich. Tempe And Phoenix Divide Double Basketball Bill BOYS LOSE 24 TO 23 Twenty-three to twenty-tour in favor of Tempe. Wouldn't that make a preacher swear? Phoenix and Tempe high schools clashed yesterday afternoon at the high school outdoor basket ball court. Although outweighed and being smaller the Kiotes put up a scrappy scrap. The teams were evenly matched in skill which made the game most interesting. Pafford was the individual star for Tempe, and Young for Phoenix. Young made six baskets out of seven tries and three field goals. Although showing lots of inexperience Coach Carpenter's boys showed lots of future ability and Phoenix will again be put on the basket ball map. Tempe had the ad vantage because of her experience and having no football team most of the men were out for basket ball. Coach Jennings says he is out for the cham pionship this year and is going to give every team in the state a grood battle. The line up follows: Phoenix Work, Hrittiart forward: Young, right forward: Sully, Sellars, Westfall. centers: Edwards. Greene, right guards; Wright White, left guards. Tempe Stewart, forward: Pafford. right forward; Hush, center; Harris, and Adams Streets ...... I THE GIRLS WIN 13 TO 8 Jlurray for the girls. Miss Hurley's proteges won from Tempe by a score of eight to thirteen. Miss White and Captain Hutson for Phoenix were tho sta.s of the game. They played consis tent and heady ball and could well show some of the boys how to throw I baskets. Each girl played surprisingly well. The line up was as follows. Phoenix White, capt.. forward; Hutson, forward; Davison, center; Crutz, Coughlin, guard; Whittenmeyer, guard. Tempe Moore, forward; Dines, for ward; Gibson, center; Williams, guard; Marrow, guard. Miss Dines and Miss Marrow starred for Tempe. The Temue girls have a fine team and will be heard from In the near future. " o OOAST LEAGUE . , Portland 1, Vernon 2. Los Angeles S, Salt Lake 8. San Erancisco S, Oakland 0. right guard. Turner, left guard. Eirst half. 9 to 13 favor of Tempe; second half. 23-24 favor Tempe. Scorer, Latourrette. Timekeepers. Poardman and Mullen. Empire, John son of Mesa.