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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1911?
PAGE THIRTEEN IISPORTING MEWS If ITS 1 AVDULO PLAY TITLE WITH X Members of the Fort Whipple (Pres cott) baseball club, have issued a chal lenge to Manager Cass of the "Whit Sox for a five-same series to determine the "undisputed championship" of Ari tona. The soldiers are exceedingly anxious lo meet the local club, they write, be fore the tram is broken by demobili zation. They have suggested a five frame series, two games to be played in Thoemx, two games in Frescott and the fifth and deciding game, if it is necessary, to determine the winner, to be played on some foreign field. "We want some real excitement for once, the tort v hippie teams writes the sporting editor of The Republican. "We are willing to play this game under the following terms: "Each team pay its own expenses tu and from each game. Each club fur nish an umpire and the winner takt all gate receipts. The games to be played alternately in Phoenix and Prescott or on some neutral field. "We await the reply . of Manager Cass by return mail and through th press,' 'the letter concludes. uwiisb mm E-P1NI x WESTERN LEAGUE At St. Joseph, 7; Sioux City, 0. At Tulsa. 4: "Wichita. 2. At Des Moines, 4; Omaha, 0. Lots of Light and room should enable our men to do better work when repairing your Dodge. - - . '' " Also Contract work will save you money. Mc Arthur Brothers Central and Madison Telephone Central and Jefferson 4321 DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS E. G. Megusson of Mesa, riding an Indian bicycle, won the annual July fourth. Tempe-Phoenix "bike race Friday morning in the slow time of 25 minutes and 50 seconds. Bud Jones of T-bneniTT ridin? an Emblem, was sec ond- Vnnne- Valentine of Mesa, riding a Rover, was third, and Cronin of Phoenix, riding an Iver Johnson, was What gave promise of being an ex nitiTit finish was ended when Bill I Friend of Phoenix, riding an Iver ! Johnson, broke a rim as he came i down the home stretch of the nine i mile course neck and neck with Me gusson. Friend, a scratch rider, had ridden a beautiful race, and had passed all save Megusson, whom he was rapidly over taking, when the accident to his bi i cycle forced him from the race at Sixth and Adams streets, j The race ended in front of The Re : publican office, where the judges 6f i ficially checked in each rider as he appeared. There were seven contes i tants. 1 MELON FEAST With a. watermelon feast as the stakes, the Phoenijr Giants yesterday defeated the All Stars by a score of 14 to 7 in a game played on the Adams school diamond. The teams are com posed of youngsters 12 years old and under. Roy Hubbard directed the destinies of the winners and showed good judg ment in the management of his team. E. R. Pryor, who managed the All S-tars. was less fortunate than his rival. At the conclusion of the game, mem bers of the two teams enjoyed tin promised watermelon fejjst under the big shade trees nearby. The teams lined up as follows: Giants: McCall. 3b; Stallings. If; J. Patton. lb; K. Johnson, p: I. Johnson, c; W. Patton. cf ; Lindley, 2b; Leighter, ss; Pryor, rf. All Stars: Hubbard, lb; Johnston, c: Lindsley, p; Bright, ss; Mariar. 2b; Carlock, If: Watkins, cf; W. Lindsley, rf; Stone, 3b. o CAPPELLE OFF FOR COAST Courtesy and Service Are the Business Points Style, Quality, Fit and Newness are the other points that bring so many of the men to Hyder's for all of their clothes. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Portland: R- H. E. Los Angeles 12 6 Portland 2 8 2 (Ten innings) Batteries: Pertica and Boles; Old ham and Baker. mill 111 i m mi i I II I mi in ll mi I i T yzO,ooo Feet of I-in. at 71c per.f oot 1-in. at 10c per foot All other sizes at very low prices Geo. Hageman Adams and Second Sts. At San Francisco: R. H. E. Sacramento 8 9 3 Oakland - 9 11 3 Batteries: Crespi, Bromley, Vance and Fisher; Falkenberg, Kremer and Mitze. At Tacoma: R. H. E. Seattle 5 19 1 San Francisco 4 8 5 Batteries: Brenton and Lapan; Lamlock and Baldwin. At Seattle: H- H. E. San Francisco 9 10 2 Seattle SI 1 Batteries: Couch, Seaton and Bald win; Regan, Gilligan and Sweeney. At Los Angeles: , R. H. E. Salt Lake --3 5 1 Vernon 1 2 Batteries: Dale and Byler; Houck and Brooks. o INTER n 0. S. Billy Cappelle. the blockly little boxer who, with Leo Houck of Seattle, put up such a satisfactory bout at Arcadia hall Friday night, left with his brother manager, Nick, last night for the coast, for their home in San Pedro California, where Bill will continue his training and keep in shape. They w. ved goodby to a bunch of fans who went down to see them off last night and said, "So long, fellows; see you agaan soon. WHITE SOX WIN AT RAY The Phoenix White Sox easily tri umphed over the Ray team Friday afternoon in a game played at Ray, the Capital City lads winning by a Just Now You'll Enthuse Over Our SUMMER SUITS SILK SHIRTS STRAW HATS COOL UNDERWEAR NATTY TIES Hyder's For Courtesy kit Hyder's For Service score of 16 to 6. The game was devoid the visiting players. The Whfite Sox of features save for the hard hitting of took the lead in the second frame ana never were headed, scoring almost a( random. PERSHING STADIUM, France. July 5. America wound up the track and field program today by winning all three places in the hop, step and jump, bringing her total score to 92 France was second with 12. In the hop, step and jump, H. Prem won with a distance of 14.68 meters (approximately 48 feet). Charles Ben der was second and J. E. Maddon third. All the Americans broke the French record. The American tug-of-war team beat the Belgians, winning the champion ship. 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