THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1919
PEN JABS AT WILLARD AT HIS TOLEDO CAMP
HIPPO IS TIGHT
I'LNCINNTAL Jane 25. Vaughn was
SBrrong with men on bases and Chicago
wen the last game of the series. Ring
v;us hit hard in the seventh, when four
hil.s ami a base on balls gave the Cub3
two runs. Score:
AB. IH. PO.A. E.
Flack, if ...
J'i k, 2h
Jlann. If ...
Jlcrkle, ta . .
llagi-e, ss . .
1'ahkert, cf .
Yuuyiui, i .
Totals 35 3 12 27 11 0
AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
CHICAGO, June, 25 Chicago bunch
ed its hits and defeated Cleveland in
the final game of the series. Thomas
caught his first game of. the season for
AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
Rath, 2b .
xSmith .............. 0
Rariden, c ........... 3
Kins,', p 2
Rresxler, p .......... 2
Graney, If 4 0
Lunte, is 4 0
Speaker, cf 4 0
Smith, rf 2 0
Gardner, 3b 4 0
Wambsganss, 2b 4 0
Johnston, lb 4 1
O'Neill, c 2 0
Thomas, c 2 0
Morton, p 1 0
Enzmann, p 1 0
x.lamieson 1 0
Phillips, p , 0 0
xxWood 1 0
Totals .'. ..32 1 7 27 13 1
x Ran for Gueto in ninth.
Chicago 001 000 2003
Cincinnati 000 100 000 1
Summary: Two-base hits, Groh, Pas
ken, 0-l'arrel. Three-base hit. Deal,
-tacrifk-c hit, Neale, Double plays,
roh to llariden to Daubert; Rous'a to
'laubert; Magee to Merkle. Base on
(alU r-lf Ring, 3; off Vaughn, 3. In
nings pitched, by'Ring, 6 1-3; by Bres
flc.r, 2 2-a.
Totals 33 1 12 24 7 1
x Batted for Enzmann in seventh,
xx Batted for Phillips in ninth.
AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
Liebold, rf 3 1 1 1 0 0
E. Collins. 2b 3 2 2 1 7 0
Weaver. 3b 2 1 1 1 1 0
McMullin, 3b 0 0 0 1 0 0
Jackson, If 4 0 2 1 0 0
Gandil, lb 3 0 0 11 0 0
Felsch, cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Risberg, ss 4 1 1 4 3 0
Schalk, c 4 2 2 5 3 0
Lowdermilk, p 4 0 0 0 1 0
BROOKLYN 9 NEW YORK 4
BROOKLYN, June 25. Brooklyn
heat New YorK The first three
I'-fooklyn batsmen to face Causey
made a single, home run and a double.
Then Schupp relieved Causey in the
t-os but three more singles, a pass, a
sacrifice fly and a passed ball gave
the home team a lead of six runs in the
first inning. Score:
AB K H PO A E
Burns, If ......... ...5 13 3 1
Young, rf ..5 1220
Fletcher, ss .......... 5
Doyle, 2b .. 3
Kauft, cf v..4
Zimmerman, 3b . 1
Ragan, p . 1
Winters, p "
Chase, lb ..3
Gonzales, o 4
..-A. 36 4 11 24 11
AB R H PO
2 2 3
4 12 13 1
...5 2 3 3 0 0
5 2 3 2 0 0
4 1 2 8 0 0
4 1 0 6 0 0
I 'itzsimmons, 3b ...3 0 0 0 0 1
Miller, c 2 0 1 4 0 0
Cheney, p 4 0 10 10
Totals 31 7 11 27 15 0
By innings R. H. E.
Cleveland 001 000 000 1 12 1
Chicago 202 201 OOx 7 H 0
Batteries: Morton, Enzmann, Phil
lips and O'Neill, Thomas; Lowdermilk
Summary: Two-base hits, Graney,
Liebold, Jamieson. Three-base hit.
Weaver. Stolen bases, Risberg, Schalk,
Gandill. Sacrifice hit, Weaver. Sac
rifice fly, E. Collins. Double plays.
Schalk to E. Collins; E. Colins to Gan-
dil; Lowdermik to Schalk to Gandil; E.
Collins to Risberg to Gandil. Base on
balls, off Lowdermilk, 4; off Morton, 2;
off Enzmann, 1. Innings pitched, by
Morton, 3; by Enzmann, 4; by phillips,
2. Hit by pitcher, by Enzmann, 1.
Struck out, by Lowdermilk, 3; by Mor
ton, 1; by Enzmann, 2; by Phillips, 1.
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How They Stand
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 33 18 .647
Cincinnati 33 22 .S00
Pittsburg 30 24 .556
Chicago 28 25 .528
Brooklyn 26 28 .481
St. Louis 24 29 .453
Philadelphia 19 31 -?.S0
Boston 18 33 353
NEW YORK, 4 PHILADELPHIA 3
Causey, p .
Barnes, x .
Olson, ss ...
Myers, cf .
Totals 36 9 14 27 8 2
New York 000 010 0304
Brooklyn ... 600 200 Olx 9
Summary Two base hits: Burns,
Griffith, Miller. Three base hits:
Burns, Zimmerman. Home runs:
Johnston, Wheat. Stolen bases: Burns,
Myers. Sacrifice hit: Miller. Sacri
fice fly: Chase, Miller. Double plays:
Johnston to Olson to Konetchy. Bases
on balls: Schupp 2; Ragan 2; Cheney
Innings pitched.: Causey 1-3;
Schupp 2 2-3; Ragan S; Winters 1.
Strike outs: By Schupp 3: by Ragan
2 ; by Cheney 4. Passed Ball: Gonzales.
NEW YORK, June 25. New York
scored its third consecutive victory
over Philadelphia. The Yankees tied
the score in the eighth and won in the
ninth when Hannah doubled to left and
scored on a low throw by Dugan.
AB R H PO A E
Witt, If. 4
Thomas, 3b. . . 4
Roth, rf. . 4
Walter, cf. . 4
Burns, lb. 3
Shannon, 2b 3
Dugan, ss 1
Perkins, c ... . . . . 4
Perry, p. . 3
. CARDS 3; PITTSBURG 1
ST. LOUIS, June 25. St. Louis
evened up the series with Pittsburg.
The locals rallied in the elehth when
they put over two runs on bases on
halls and singles. Score:
By Innings: R H E
Pittsburg ... ....000 001 0001 5 2
St. Louis 000 000 12x 3 8 1
Batteries: Hamilton and Schmidt;
Tioak and Snyder.
BOSTON 9-3; PHILADELPHIA 4-5
PHILADELPHIA, June 25. Phlla-
(teipnia ana Boston again divided a
double header. One ragged inning in
wnicn the locals bunched three mis-
plays while Boston bunched four hits.
gave tho Braves the first game. Lud
ems' home run into deep center field
in the eighth with two runners on
bases, won tho second game. Score
First game: . R H E
Boston 160 000 2009 12 0
Philadelphia .. ..030 001 000 4 8 4
Batteries: Scott and Wilson; Hogg
Second game: R H E
Boston 110 010 0003 8 1
Philadelphia.. . .000 101 03X---5 7 1
Batteries: McQuillan and Wilson;
Packard and Clarke.
At New Orleans, 2-1; Nashville, 0-1.
At Atlanta, l; Memphis, 8.
At Birmingham, 3-2; Little Rock,
At Mobile, "4-4; Chattanooga, 0-8
TIGERS WIN GOLF TITLE
PHILADELPHIA, June 23. Prince
ton university won the team cham
pionship of the Inter-collegiate Golf
association at Merion today with 1355
strokes for the 72 holes of model play.
Harvard, with a score of 1386, was sec
ond and Yale third, one stroke behind
Harvard. Other scores were. Penn
Hjlvania. 1410; Columbia, 1489; Wil
EASTERNERS RETAIN LEAD
Total 30 3 6;26 15 3
Two out when winning run
AB R H PO A E
Chicago, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
Brooklyn,' 9; New York, 4.
St. Louis, 3; Pittsburg, 1.
Boston, 9-3; Philadelphia, 4-
New York at Brooklyn.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at Cincinnati.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York 32 16 .667
Cleveland 33 19 -635
Chicago 33 20 .623
Detroit 25 26 .190
St. Louis 24 26 .480
Boston 22 27 .449
Washington 20 32 .385
Phialdelphia 13 26 .333
Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 1.
New York, 4; Philadelphia, 3.
Washington, 8-0; Boston, 3-1.
St. Louis at Detroit, rain.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Philadelphia at New York.
Washington at Boston.
Vick, rf. 4
Peckinpaugh, ss. ....3
Baker, 3b . 4
Lewis, If. 4
Pipp, lb. 4
Pratt, 2b. 4
Hannah, c. ..
Russell, p. .
Totals 35 4 9 27 16 2
Batted for Schneider in eighth.
Philadelphia Ill 000 0003
New York 000 001 021 i
Summary Two-base hits, Perry,
Burns, Pipp, Hannah; sacrifice hits,
Perry, Dugan, Thomas; sacrifice fly.
Roth; stoln bases, Roth, Vick; double
plays, Baker, Pratt and Hannah; bases
on balls, off Schneider 4, off P--v l;
struck out, by Schneider 3, by Russell
2, by Prry 1; hit by pitcher, Schneider
1; passed ball, Hannah; innings
pitched, Schneider 8, Russell 1.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Lcs Angeles 49
San Francisco 42
Salt Lake 34
Los Angeles, 4; Sacramento,
Vernon, 8; Portland, 3.
San Francisco, 3; Salt Lake,
Seattle, 6; Oakland, 5.
Los Angeles at Sacramento.
Portland at Vernon.
San Francisco at Salt Laks.
Seattle at Oakland.
FOURTH BOUT HERE
. Leo Houck of . Seattle has been
matched to meet Billy Coppelli of Los
Angeles in this city July 4 in the first
bout under the auspices of the newly
organized Phoenix Athletic club. The
bout will be staged in Arcadia hall,
where special seating arrangements
will be made to accommodate 1500
The match was concluded through
W. A. Wadhams, matchmaker for Jack
Dovle of Vernon, recognized as the
leading boxing promoter of the Pa
cific coast. It will be a 10-round af
Both Houck and Coppelli are boys
with good reputations and are the very
best participants that could be secured
from a large field for the July Fourth
Houck has been meeting and de
feating all men of his class in . the
northwest during the past, few months
and has only recently invaded Los
Angeles in search of "bigger game."
Houck is touted as champion timber
and has yet to meet defeat this sea
son. He is a two-fisted boxer with
plenty of speed and a good kick in
Coppelli is probably better known
in this community than is Houck. He
has frequently appeared in principal
bouts staged at Vernon by Jack Doyle,
and has emerged victorious in all his
latest engagements. Coppelli has met
some of the best boys of his class on
Arrangements for the match were
completed yesterday by E. A. Harter
and James Jones, officers of tho Phoe
nix Athletic club, who made a tpeclal
trip to Los Angeles to secure contracts
for this bout.
The boxing card to be given by the
club will include, in addition to the
main event of ten rounds, ten other
rounds of boxing, divided into a four
round preliminary and a six-round
Complete details of the match will be
announced at a later date. Selection
of a third man for the event will be
made upon the return of Messrs.
Harter and Jones from Los Angeles.
The Fourth of July
is approaching. It's a day when all men want
to be well dressed. ,
Snappy suits of light weight, wonderful silk
shirts, summer ties and all fine hot weather
haberdashery are to be found at
Oil INCREASE HERE
Local interest in the Wlllard-Demp-sey
titular battle is increasing rapidly
as the time for the bout approaches.
Several small wagers have already
Announcement was made yesterday
by -one local sportsman that he had a
considerable amount to place on Demp
sey at the prevailing odds of seven to
Mack Gardner states that he has $700
to bet on the challenger at odds quoted
in recent bets placed in this city. Gard
ner announces that he will wager all
or any part of the amount stated above.
SERVICE MEN WILL GET RETURNS
NEW YORK, June 25. Soldiers and
sailors in ports and camps throughout
the country will be informed of the
progress of the Willard-Dempsey fight
at Toledo, July 4, through a ticker
and bulletin service arranged by the
Knights of Columbus, it was an
IE IMET HONORS
WIMBLEDON, June 25. Clarence J.
Griffen, the Canadian tennis star, was
defeated by R. V. Thomas in the con
tinuation of the championship matches
on the courts here today, 5-7, 2-6, 6-4,
Willis Davis, California, defeated
Teall, England, 6-0, 5-7, 6-4, 6-0.
W. M. Washburn, United States,
won from Aitken, South Africa, 8-6,
6-8, 6-0, 6-0.
Cannon, United States, beat Henty,
England, 7-5, 6-1, 1-6, 6-1.
C. Garland, United States had a bye.
Garland and Cannon, United States,
beat White and Oakley, England, 8-6,
0-6, 10-8, 6-3.
Columbus at Louisville, first game,
oostponed, rain; second game, Louis
ville, 5; Columbus, 2.
At Indianapolis, 11; Toledo. 0.
At St. Paul, 10; Kansas City, 4.
At Minneapolis, 3; Milwaukee, 2.
WASHINGTON 8-0; BOSTON 3-1
BOSTON, June 25. After Washing
ton had defeated Boston in a free hit
ting, loosely fielded first game, Boston
won the second, Sam Jones having the
better of Walter Johnson in a fast
contest. Rice's all-around play, in
cluding a home run with two on in the
first inning of the opening game feat
First game: R.H.E.
Washington ....402 010 100 8 9 2
Boston 100 101 000 3 6 4
Batteries: Shaw and Picinkh; Ruth
Second game: R. H.E.
Washington ....000 000 000 0 4 0
Boston . . .... . .100 000 00 15 0
Batteries: Johnson and Agnew,
Gharrity; Jones and Schang.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUZ
SACRAMENTO, June 25. Score:
Los Angeles 4 9 3
Sacramento 2 6 2
Batteries: Schultz, Fittery and Boles;
Larkin and Fisher. (Ten innings).
SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. Score:
Seattle 6 14 2
Oakland 5 g j
Batteries: Mails, Reiger and Swee
ney; Kremer and Elliott.
SELECTION OF MEW
TO DECIDE TITLE
SALT LAKE CITY, June 25. Score:
San Francisco 3 10 0
Salt Lake 2 9 2
Batteries: Scott and Baldwin;
Markle and Spencer.
OTTAWA, Ontario, June 25. Oswald
Kirhy, metropolitan golf champion, and
Gardiner White of New York, the east
ern pair, had a lead of three games to
pile over tho western pair, Charles
(Chick) Evans.' American aamteur
title-holder, and Ned Sawyer of Chi-r.-ipo,
at tho close today of the fourth
mid fifth best-ball foursome matches
for the benefit of the Canadian Red
I'ross. The fifth match, over the Royal
Ottawa Golf club links, went to 20 holes
without a decision. The tie will b
decided tomorrow at Montreal.
LOS ANGELES, June 25. Score:
Portland 3 g 3
Vernon g lg 1
Batteries: Oldham, Reppy, Suther
land and Baker; W. Mitchell and De-vormer.
QUALIFYING ROUND PLAYED
NEW ORLEANS, June 25. Among
the favorites who qualified here today
for the championship in the Southern
Golf association tournament were:
Bobbie Jones, Jr., and Perry Adair of
Atlanta; Nelson Whitney and Reuben
Bush of New Orleans; S. L. Dexter of
Dallas; A. S. Carlton of Houston and
Ellis Knowles of Pensacola. Brvan
Heard of Dallas, another favorite, fell
ueiure vv nuney ijouden of New Or
leans, 3 to 2.
U?p The Republican Classified Pases
HORSTMAN GETS BLUE TICKET
ST. LOUIS. June 25. Oscar Horst
man. a pitcher, today was released by
the St. Louis Nationals t othe Colum
bus team of the American association,
it was announced here.
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TOLEDO, June 25 Selection of of
ficials to decide the heavyweight
championship contest between Demp
sey and Willard July 4, will not be an
nounced until Friday.
Postponement of the announcement.
scheduled for tomorrow, was caused
tonight by the failure of Adam Empie,
secretary of the army, navy and
civilian board of boxing control and
W. A. Gavin, a member of the execu
tive committee to leave for New York
on the train thev intended.
Empie and Gavin left at 11 o'clocn
tonight, but because they wiu not ar
rive in New York until 5:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon, it will be impos
sible. they said, to hold a meeting of
the executive committee or tne oox
ing control board until Friday.
A distinct surpnso was caused foday
when it was announced there would be
three officials, two judges and a ref
eree to decide the contest. Bota Wil
lard and Jack Kearns, manager of
Dempsey, had declared they were op
posed to a three-man system. Wil
lard' s consent was obtained this morn
ing while Kearns agreed to the pro
posal this afternoon. It was learned
that the officials likely to be chosen
are Jack Welch, veteran referee, of
San Francisco; Bill Brown, of New
York, and Ollie Pecord, official referee
of the Toledo ' Boxing- commission.
Pecord is being considered in the ca
pacity of referee, it was said, while
Brown and Welch are expected to be
chosen the' judges.
Dempsey, who knocked out Sergeant
Bill Tate, his gian negro sparring
partner partner, Sunday, all but
knocked him out again today. The
challenger stepped into a clinch and
snapped over a left hook to the chin
that dropped Tate to the canvas.
Trainer De Forest picked him up but
promptly called time when Dempsey
started to put him down for the sec
Willard boxed eight rounds with his
four sparring partners, but did not ex
tend himself in the two sessions with
Walter Monahan who was severely
shaken up with right and left handers
to the chin. The champion said he
was entirely satisfied with his condi
tion and he did not care unnecessarily
to punish his sparring partners.
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At Oklahoma City, 4; Dcs Moines
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