THE ARIZONA KEPCBLICAX. TUESDAY MQKXEXG, ilAY 6, 1929
"MULE" WATSON IS
EXPECTED TO STAB
finally had to be called in the ninth
' . . AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
Shanks, ss ,
Foster, 5b 5 2 2
Milan. -f 4 i 1
Rice, rf .5 2 2
Gharrity, lb 5 l
Menosky, If. 2 1
Janvrji, 2b 3 1
I'icr.ick, c 4 0
Shaw, p 4 i
: I 1 orth llast W est bouth
I j :
! j : . . -
37 10 11 27
cr.VCI.VN'ATI, May o. Chicago lied
a game apparently !ost to Cinrin
n.it i, but batting oat six earned runs
Jti .the ninth inning on nine clean hits
ami then won out in the twelfth..
The defeat cost the Reds the leader
ship of the National league. They were
passed by Brooklvji, who did not plav,
..3 2 3 2 1 1
l-'i.ick, rf ........ o
ilullocher, ss .....I. ..4
Larber, If 4
Kilduff, 3b 2
P.-i.'.kert, c 5
.Merkle. lb .-...5 1
I'll-!;, 2b 5
.xicCabe. x 0
i .'u ter, p 1
Kiilefer. c 3
i i "arrell, xx 1
Lear, sxs 0
c . . 1
1 '" if-'lass, p 3
Ai,-mn, If 2
13 36 22
A 13 R HPO A K
Lath, 2I 4
.Wale, r 4
i rroh, 3b 5
Loush, of 4
c ,cf 1
M:ff, It' 3
!anbert, lb ....5
. . 'o
K'jpp. If . .
Burns, lb ....4
Witt, cf 3
Shannon, 2b ,". . .4
Bugan. ss 4
Perkins, c .. . . .3
Johnson, p 2s
2 0 0
Totals 34 6 12x26 11 4!
x Two oat when game called ac-!
count ruin. " I
By innings: j
Washington ...041 032 000 10 11 J '
Philadelphia ..000 31 0x 9 12 '41
Batteries: Shaw and Picnich; John-1
son, Watson- and Perkins. i
Summary:" Two-base hits, Foster, I
Milan, Burns. Dugan; three-base hits
Dug.m: home runs, Shaw; stolen
bases, Milan, Menosky, Dugan; sacri
fice hits. Milan: sacrifice- fly, Witt:
douDie plays. Janvrin and Gharrity:
bases on balls. Shaw 2, Johnson ij
Watson 1 : innings pitched. Johnson i
4. Wa'son 4 i-S- hit hv nitch
Johnson 1; balk,' Watson: stroek' out !
by Shaw 1. Johnson 1. Watson 3; wild j
pitrn, watson; passed balls, Perkins.
Detroit-Chicago cold. . . , '
St. ljonis-Oleveland cold.
? - 1 f i
J" n !
MINISTERS PROTEST FIGHT
itan for Deal in ninth.
xj.Bat.ied tor Killefer in ninth.
xxxiliiJi for O'FarreU in ninth.
Clucaso 000 000 0OS 001 7 13 3
Cincinnati ...110 040 000 000 Si 0
Latteries: Douglas, Carter, and Kil
'.ft'er. Daly; Kller, Ring, Bressler and
Summary Two-base hits: Groh,
f.iler. llollocher, Merkle. Stolen bases:
Wuuck. Sacrifice hits: Kller and Daub
erWick. Hollocher and Merkle. Base
n balls: Douglas 2, Kller. Bressler 1.
I la bv pitcher: King 1. Struck out:
LUer 4, Douglas 2. Innings pitched:
Llier 13: Iling 1 1-3; Bressles 3 1-3;
Ijuiigla-s S; Carter 4.
CIXOlXXATr, May 5 Reports that
the Willard-Dempsey boxing bout
would be held in Toledo, caused the
Cincinnati Methodist Ministers' associ
ation this afternoon to pass resolutions
of protest against holding the affair
g S 36 IS 0 ia Obio or in any othr state.
The resolutions will oe sent to a
minister's association of every county
in Ohio, it was announced.
WASHINGTON 10 ATHLETICS 6
PTTTDA DETjPHIA, May 5. Wash -intion
made it four straight from
Philadelphia, in a game that was
three times interrupted by rain and
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Jack Coombs believes he can make
the erratic pitcher "Mu,le" Watson
toe the mark this season 'and become
one of the leading pitchers of the
Phillies this season. Watson has the
experience and the ability to become
'a winner if Coombs can manage
POLICE CHIEF LEAVES FOR
EAST Chief of Police George O.
Brisbois left last night for the east,
where he will spend a month visiting
friends and relatives in his home town,
Northampton, Mass. While in the
east, the chief will visit several other
cities. In the absence of the chief,
affairs of the police department will
be under the supervision of Captain
of Inspectors, J. J, McGrath.
Supposing that, beginning tomorrow, all the newspapers are discontinued. What
a furore the public would make. "News! Xews! We must have news or we will
be no better off than the ancients." All right, Suppose we give them news but cut
out the advertisements."
Then we would discover that politics, the doings of society, notices of fires, acci
dents, deaths, scandals, sports, the activities of the police and criminals addlittle or
nothing to the real comfort and happiness of this greatest age in the world'sTIs
What genii are they that have crowded
the last fifty years with so much of ad
vantage to humans? They are legion
in number, but not least among them is
Our day is the greatest time the world
has seen because we have more to be
happy with, better things, greater va
riety, greater comforts gathered to
gether from the North, East, West and
South for our choosing and selection.
Look about you. This is the day of
better food, better homes, better cloth
ing, better babies, better health, better
business. And advertising is the instru
ment that makes these better things
Advertising is the XEWS of all the
looms, of all the furnaces, of all the
laboratories, of all the shops, of all the
stores, of all the world and all working
Because of advertising, luxuries and
necessities that once cost a kinsr's ran
som are yours at little prices. Adver
tising pits merchant against merchant,
artisan against artisan, producer
against producer, for your benefit,
forcing out the best there is in every
thing and telling the world about it
IJcad advertising. Keep abreast of to
day. Advertising furnishes you-with
facts and opportunities that you would
otherwise never know.
Today is, by proclamation of the Governor of this state, a legal holiday, for
the purpose o f selling and buying Victory Bonds, to give Arizona her quota.
This is the last chance to buy in time, get the buyers name on the list of bond
purchasers which will be printed in a day or so in the Phoenix newspapers.
If everyone who is going to buy will purchase today, and everyone who has not
sold any bonds will sell but one today, Phoenix and the county will make her
quota so fast that it will surprise us all.
This day must be devoted to doing the above, and nothing else. Phoenix must
be lifted bodily out of the rut into which she has gotten.
And let's wind it up with the biggest night yet at the grand stand.
Entire Coliseum Theater Company in songs and dances, in costume
Speakers, and the auctioning off of a German helmet also
Music by the Massed Military Band
Meeting at the Grand Stand Starts at 7:30 Sharp
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