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PAGE TWELVE
RIGHT EARFUL
He says, as teardrops, rolling
down.
His shirt and sweater drench,
"While thousands come to see a
game,
I'm here to warm a bench."
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From
LEFT EARFUL
one
He gazes on the baseball field
And notes the joyous throng,
And yet, because his face is sad,
You know that something's wrong.
By George McManus
BRINGING UP FATHER
(Copyright 1917, by International Npws Service)
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Wear Home Team's Visiting
Suits and Win 11 Inning
Engagement Cardinals
Take Slugfest from Reds
Braves Win First Dou
ble Header of Year from
Giants
BROOKLYN", May 27. Brooklyn and
Philadelphia played off a postponed
pame, the visitors winning in 11 in
ninsts. The Phillies lost their uniforms
and bats on their way here from the
west and played in the Dodgers' visit
ing togs. Score:
PHILADELPHIA AB. It. II.PO.A. E.
Bancroft, ss . 3 1
Williams, cf 5 0
Stengel, rf 1
Meusel, If 5 1
J. Miller, 2b 4 0
Paulette, lb 5 2
R. Miller, Sb 5 0
Witherow, c 5 0
Smithy p 0
3
6
3
4
2
11
2
2
0
Tofels 43 5 11 33 14 3
BRdOKLTN AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Olson, "ss 5
Laird. 3b 2
McCabe, 3b 1
Johnston, rf 5
0
0
0
1
1
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1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
1
5
13
4
6
0
0
Wheati If
Myers, ct -.
Konetchy, lb
Kilduff, 2b .
Kmepar, c ..
Mitchell, p .
Mohart, P
Totals
Score by Innings
Philadelphia
Brook Xy n
...41 4 9 33 14 3
...112 000 000 01 5
,..000 220 000 00 1
Sumtnarv: Two-base hits R. Miller,
Myers. p Three-base hits Meusel, My
ers, Konetchy. Stolen bases Meusel,
Baird. J Sacrifice hit Smith. Double
play Kilduff to Konetchy. Bases on
balls Off Smith 1, off Mohart 1. In
nings pitched Mitchell 2 1-3. Mohart
8 2-3. Hit by pitcher By Smith
(Baird). Struck out By Mohart 4.
"W ild pitch Mohart.
PIRATES BEAT INDIANS
PITTSBURG. May 27. Pittsburg
defeated the Cleveland team of the
American league in an exhibition game
today. : Score: R. H. E.
Cleveland 000 000 200 2 10 3
Pittsburg 110 001 lOx 4 7 1
Batteries Boehling and Thomas;
Meador and Lee.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Oklahoma City 1, Wichita 5.
Des Moines 1, St. Joseph 5.
Sioux City 1, Omaha 7.
Tulsa 2, Joplin 1.
CARDS WIN WIERD BATTLE
ST. LOUIS, ttfay 27. St. Louis and
Cincinnati Indulged In another free
hitting contest, the locals winning.
Hornsby got a home run in the second
frame with two men on bases. Stock
went out on a long fly to Neale In the
fifth, after hitting safely eight con
secutive times la three games. Score:
CINCINNATI AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Crane. 2b .
Daubert. lb
Groh, 3b ....
Rousch, cf . .
Duncan, If . .
Kopf, ss
Neale, rf . . . ,
Wingo, c
Allen, c ...
Sallee4 p
Luque, p . .
See, p
4
5
5
3
5
5
5
1
4
0
0
3
0
1
1
2
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
2
0
2
Totals ....40 9 13 24 8 6
ST. LOUIS
Janvrin, If . ....
Schultz, rf
Stock, 3b
Hornsby, 2b
Kournier, lb . . .
McHenry, cf ..,
Lavan,1 ss .....
Dilhoefer, c ....
Doak, p ,
Jacobs, p ......
Sherdel, p ......
AB. R. H.PO.A. E
3
3
o
3
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
4
1
3
2
10
1
0
0
0
0
Totals 33 16 14 27 11 1
Score by Innings:
Cincinnati 001 10S 001-
St. Louis 352 000 60x 16
Summary: Two-base hits Daubert
Usefu
for Practical Men
Each written so you can understand it
Simple Up-To-Date Authoritative
Here are a few of the subjects included
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P.
Automobiles
Electricity
Wireless
Wiring
Mining
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And
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See Them in our
he Berryhiil Company
42-43 East Washington St.
Victor Records and Victrolas
Roush, See, Allen. Stock. Three-base
nnnran. Xeale. Mcllenry, Schultz
j (2). Home run Hornsby. Stolen bases
1 riQiihort r?rmcVi .TnnvHn. Hornsby,
Fournier. Dilhoefer. Sacrifice hits
Janvrin (2). Schultz, Stock, Dilhoefer,
Sherdel. Bases on balls Off Sallee 2.
off See 4, off Doak 3, off Sherdel 1.
Innings pitched Sallee 1 2-3, Doak
5 2-3, Luque 1-3. Jacobs none (2 out
in sixth), See 6, Sherdel 1 1-3. Hit by
Pitcher By Sallee (Fournier). Struck
out By Seo 3, by Doak 2, by Sherdel 3.
BRAVES TWICE TUMBLE GIANTS
NEW YORK, May 27. The Boston
Nationals defeated New York in both
games of the season's first double
header. Boston has won all five games
plaved on the Polo Grouncs this year.
Left Fielder Mann of the Braves was
hit on the left elbow by a pitched ball
In the second game and was forced to
retire. Mann was hit three times dur
ing the two games. Scores:
First game R. II. E.
Boston ...120 001 0105 11 3
New York 000 010 1002 5 2
Batteries Rudolph, Eayres, McQuil
lan and O'Neill; Douglas, Winters,
Hubbell. Nehf and Snyder.
Second game R. H. E.
Boston 103 000 1105 12 1
New York 000 000 000 0 8 5
Batteries Scott and O'Neill; Barnes
and Smith.
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COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angelea R. H
E.
Vernon 1 6
1
Loa Angeles 3 3
1
Batteries: Pierce and Alcock; Thorn
as and Bassier.
At Portland R. H. E.
Sacramento 8 11 1
Portland 5 11 1
Batteries: Penner and Cook; Suther
land, Schroeder and Koehler.
At Seattle R. H.
Salt Lake 6 6
Seattle 2 8
Batteries: Leverenze, Thurston and
Byler; Schorr and Adams.
At Oakland R- H.
Oakland 8 13
San Francisco n
(13 innings)
Batteries: Winn, Kremer and Mitze;
Devitalls, Jordan and Agmew.
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CHRISTIAN TEAM
BEATS BAPTISTS
IN PRETTY GAME
In one of the fastest amateur games
seen in Phoenix this season, the First
Christian church team defeated the
Calvary Baptist squad of the Inter
church league at Eastlak park yester
day afternoon, 6 to 3.
Both teams played errorless ball in
the field and contributed several sen
sational plays to the proceedings. The
Christian pitcher retired the Baptists
in the last three innings on strikes.
A home run by Tom Taylor and a
three-bsise hit by Tom Imler were the
other features. Score by innings:
Christians 023 005
Baptists 210 00 3
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Kansas City-Toledo, postponed, wet
grounds.
St. Paul 8, Indianapolis 2.
Milwaukee 5, Columbus 4.
Minneapolis 3, Louisville 2.
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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Little Rock 4, Atlanta 2.
Chattanooga 5, New Orleans 7."
Memphis 10, Birmingham 1.
Nashville 2-4, Mobile 5-3.
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Gas Engines
Tractors
Factory Work
Drawing
Concrete
Other Subjects
Washington St. Window
Books
SHAWKET SLUGS
'IPS' ID GETS
1UI 01 SCALP
Hildebrand Uses Mask to
Protect Self and Cuts
Shawkey's Head Ruth
Gets Two More Homers,
Increasing Total to 10
Sox Win from Mackmen
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
BOSTON, May 27 An assault upon
Umpire Hildebrand by Pitcher Shaw-
key of New York in the fourth inning,
resulting in Shawkey receiving a scalp
wound from the umpire's mask, creat
ed excitement In the game with the
Red Sox which New York won. "Babe"
Ruth made two home runs, sending the
ball once to the right field, bleachers
and the second time over the left cen
ter field fence, this giving him a total
of 10 for the season.
New York players protested strong
ly when Hildebrand enabled Boston to
make its only run in the fourth by
sending Schang to first on balls with
the bases full, forcing in a run. After
Harper, next man up, had been called
out on strikes, Shawkey approached
the umpire, bowed and doffed his cap
in mock thanks. Hildebrand ordered
Shawkey off the ground, whereupon he
rushed at the umpire and struck him
several times about the head. Hilde
brand defended himself with his mask
and opened a wound on Shawkey's
head. Umpire Evans and Captain
Hooper- of the Red Sox separated the
men and Shawkey was conducted from
the field, Mays finishing the game.
Score:
NEW YORK AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Peckinpaugh, ss 5 1 3 1 6 0
Meusel, 3b 4 1 1 3 2 1
Pipp, lb 5 1 0 8 0 0
Ruth, rf 4 2 2 1 0 0
Pratt, 2b .. 4 11 6 3 0
Bodie. cf. 4 0 2 1 0 0
Lewis, If. 4 0 1 2 0 0
Hannah, c 2 0 0 5 0 1
Shawkey, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Mays, p. 2 0 0 0 0 0
Hofmann 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ....36
Batted for Shawkey
6 10 27
11 2
in fifth.
BOSTON
AB. R. H.PO.A
E
Hooper, rf
McNally. 2b ,
Menosky, If
Hendryx, cf
Mclnnis, lb
Foster, Sb
Scott, 83
Schang, c
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
4
4
1
10
0
0
4
0
1
0
Harper, p 2
Karr, p 1
Eisel 1
Totals 36 1 8 27 13 2
Batted for Harper In sixth.
Score by lnninjrs:
New York 300 001 020-
Boston 000 100 0001
Summary: Two-base hits Peckin
paugh, Menosky. Mclnnis. Home runs
Ruth 2. Stolen base McNally.
Double plays Pratt to Peckinpaugh to
Pipp. Bases on balls Shawkey 2.
Mays 3, Harper 3, Karr 1. Innings
pitched Shawkey 4, Mays 5. Harper 6,
Karr 3. Struck out By Shawkey 1,
Mays 4. Harper 3. Karr 1.
SOX FINALLY BEAT MACKMEN
PHILADELPHIA. May 27. Chicago
wound up the series by beating Phila
delphia, driving Martin from the mound
in the fourth. J. Collins' home run in
the third, the nineteenth circuit drive
here in 11 days, was a misjudged fly
which Walker allowed to bound into the
bleachers. Five double plays featured.
Score:
CHICAGO AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
J. Collins, rf 5 1 2 2 0 0
E. Collins, 2b 4 0
Weaver, 3b 5 0
Jackson, If 4 1
Felsch, cf 4 1
Jourdan, lb 3 1
Risberg, ss 4 0
Schalk, c 3 1
Cicotte, p 3 1
Totals 35 6
PHILADELPHIA AB. R.
10 27 9
11. PO.A.
0 4 4
12 6
Dykes, 2b 4
Thomas, 3! 4
Walker, If 4
Welch, cf 4
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Dugan, ss
Witt, rf ..
Griffin, lb
Perkins, c
Hyatt, c .
Martin, p
Harris, p .
Burrus ..
Keefe, p .
Totals
Batted
S3
for Harris in
19 2
eighth.
13
Score by
innings:
Chicago 001 500 0006
Philadelphia 000 000 1001
Summary: Three-base hits Jackson,
Welch. Home run 'J. Collins. Stolen
j base Hchalk. Cicotte. Sacrifice E.
j Collins. Double pla's Weaver, ColliiiH
and Jourdan; Felsch and Risberg; Ris-
I berg and Jourdan; Dykes, Perkins, j
i Tho-.ii.ia and Perkins; Thomas and
i Grifr'in. I "asses on balls Martin i
i Innings piu hed Martin 4, Harris 4. !
i KeolV 1. Hit by pitcher Harris j
j (Schalk). Struck out By Cicotte 3,
j Martin Z, Harris 3. '
MONT
ANA- SAUE
BRINGS T0GET1
NATION'S BEST
Participants Conceded as
Among Best of Light
Heavyweights in Game
Three High Class Prelim
inary Events to Be Given
Big Crowd Expected
Two of America's best lisrht heavy
weight grapplers will be seen in action
at Tally's open air arena at Eighth
and Washington streets tonight, when
Bull Montana, of wrestling and screen
fame, meets Pete Sauer, Lincoln giant,
in a finish bout, catch-at-catch-can
style. Three other events, including a
battle royal, will be given on the pro
gram, which starts at 8:30 o'clock.
No sporting event of recent date has
created so much interest and favorable
comment as the Montana-Sauer en
gagement, which is recognized as one
of the biggest head-spinning matcnes
ever puuea in tnis siaie. uum men
are confident of victory, although ad
mitting that the bout will toe a hara
fought one.
Keen Rivalry fcxists
Considerable rivalry exists between
the opponents, not only because of the
sectional feeling involved, but because
a $500 side bet will be determined in
the meeting. The men are also meet
ing on a 75-25 per cent basis.
Sauer completed a strenuous train
ing program last night. When he
iumned onto the scales ne weighed a
few ounces over 14. Montana eiimoea
aboard the same scales and weighea
172 rtounds.
Sauer and Montana are probably the
most evenly matched grapplers ever
brought together in this city. They
are almost of a size as to height, reach
and weight.
Montana Best in West
Montana is the older of the two and
more experienced, having been closely
identified in the wrestling game for
the past 10 years, starting on the mat
when he was 17 years old and as a
lightweight. Today he is recognized
as the best man of his poundage in the
far West and has frequently gone out
of his class to et matches.
Sauer is a protege of Joe Stecher,
world's heavyweight wrestling cham
pion. Eastern sport critics declare him
a comer in the game, baying that, with
more knowledge and experience, he will
be one of the leading lights of the
heavyweight division. Sauer is rapidly
taking on weight and within a year or
so will tip the scales around the 200
pound mark, it is predicted. He is
only 20 years old.
As an indication of the interest
aroused in the match. John Hyder of
Hyder Brothers' store has offered a
$10 silk shirt to the winner.
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Battle Royal Is Feature
The remainder of the athletic pro
gram is up to the standard set at the
club's opening program two weeks ago.
The American Legion has arranged
two splendid boxing numbers, the first
a four-round bout between Boboy Mc
Adoo and Billy Smith and the second
a battle royal between five boys, which
will be the semi-final number. This
battle roynl should provide plenty of
amusement and excitement for a whole
evening.
The other event will be fin amateur
wrestling match between Young Hen
derson and Terrible Terry, both of
Phoenix. It will be limited to 30 min
utes, providing a decision is not
reached before that time,
Jake Erhardt will act as third man
in the ring for the boxing numbers and
the main wrestling event.
The advance sale of seats kas been
exceptionally heavy and a capacity
crowd is anticipated. Plenty of good
ringside and reservedseats are still to
be had, however.
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AMATEURS BEAT CUBS
TOLEDO, May 27. The Toledo Rail
Light baseball club, composed of inde
pendent players, defeated the Chicago
club of the National league in an ex
hibition game today. Fourteen Chi
cago batsmen were left on bases.
Score:
R. II. E.
Chioacto 100 000 010 2 2
Rail Lights 200 030 OOx 5 in 5
Batteries: Gaw, Bailey and Daly;
Baxter and Brennan.
Pete Sauer
vs.
Bull Montana
FRIDAY, MAY 28
TALLY'S ARENA
(Formerly Rose City)
Eighth St. & Washington
MEETING
TWO OF
GRAPPLERS
PETE SAUER
Lincoln, Neb., light heavyweight
who meet Bull Montana of Los Ange
les in a finish bout. ctch-as-catch
can etvle at Tally's open-air arena
tonight.
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NEW YORK, May 27. Jimmy Wilde,
British flyweight boxing champion, an
nounced tonight that he would sail for
England Saturday on the steamship
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MR. J. M. RENE ADAMS HOTEL
HE WILL BE GLAD TO CALL ON YOU
was pleased with the result of his
American tour and wished to thank
the American people for the fine way
in which he had been treated in t he
various cities iti which he appeared. ITe
H-.ild lie expected to return to America
in the fall, but had not yet made any
definite arrangements for bouts.
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