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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 28. 1920 PAGE THIRTEEN If 4l OILERS TO PLAY GiPAL PHI IN In line with its policy of "fair play," he Standard Oil baseball team has accepted the challenge issued by the Barker Produce aggregation and the (battle wil be waged out at Eastlake park Monday afternoon. As this game Kill fall on Decoration Day, and most business houses will be closed, it is thought a big gathering of fans will be ut to take a "squint" at two of the 'astest teams in Phoenix in action. The manager of the Barker outfit, being of the opinion that his team was the victim of a "frame" in thai it was aot included in the newly organized Salt River Valley league after winning lome hard-fought games, one from the Southwest Cotton team in an elimina tion game, issued a challenge to the :wo teams in the new league the Standard Oil and the White Sox. The Oilers immediately accepted the propo sition on the basis put forth by the Barkers. Doth the Standard Oil and Barker outfits are playing a fine brand of ball. The Barker team, under the manage ment of Perry, has gotten in the lime light by defeating the Phoenix Tigers , and playing Casa Grande to a stand still, being nosed out in the last in ning, 3 to 2. . The Standard Oil team is also booked to play the Magma Copper team at Superior Sunday in the first game of the Salt River Valley league. These teams met recently in Phoenix, the Oilers winning hands down, but eince that time the Superiorites have strengthened and now present a fast array of talent. It is not known who will pitch Sunday's game for the Oil ers, but it is thought Cross will get the call, with Dick lleflin coming up for a hurling attempt against Barker's team. MSMFAST TBS II DOUBLES The first round in the doubles of the veteran's tennis tournaent, being- held under the auspices of the T. M. C. A., brought out seme fast play on the T. M. C. A. courts yesterday afternoon. "A peculiar coincident was that both teams that won the first sets were de feated. CoKgins ami Starrer defeated Jimii-on and Goodman, ."-7, 6-4 and 6-2, Wilkinson and Clark defeated Brown and Heard, T.-7. 0-3 and 6-1. Thj semi-finals in the singles will be played tomorrow with Coggins meeting Wilkinson and Stanger meet ing Clark. The finals in the doubles will bring together Coggins and Stan ger against Wilkinson and Clark. IITESltlLL ENTERTAIN MESA AT CITY FIELD Mesa's speedy aggregation of ball tossers will be the guests of the Phoe nix White Sox at Eastlake park Sun day afternoon in the opening game of the Central Arizona league in this city. The Standard Oilers journey to Super ior to open the league schedule in that city while Tcmpe will be entertained at Casa Grande. Local interest, of course, centers in the Mesa-White Sox engagement at the municipal playing field. Mesa has en joyed unprecedented success during the past few weeks, scoring its most re cent victory over the Phoenix Tigers last Sunday when they blanked Castle's outfit 12 to 0. The Gateway City crew is recognized one of the strong clubs of the league. With Lefty Lush twirling the best ball of his career, White Sox batsmen will experience some difficulty in connect ing with his shoots. The former Pacific coast moundsman is going great guns this spring, his comeback being1 a big feature of the southside team's play. Big Jack Dean will probably oppose the southpaw and if Dean is in form, a pitchers' battle should result. Dean, himself, is something of an artist on the mound and his twisters are the teasing kind. He also possesses a fine charge of pace, which has the oppos ing batsmen breaking their backs try- iry.r r Hit KlOW OHC. "Fat" Westfall will be behind the plate for Cass, with Johnston at tirst base not "Doc" Johnston of the Cleveland Indians, but said to be al most as good Johnston cornea to T'hoeniTt with a eood reputation as a fielder and slugger. He is rounding into form and is being depended upon to uphold his share of the offensive and defensive work against Mesa Sunday afternoon. TONIGHT'S ATHLETIC CARD TALLY'S OPEN AIR ARENA 8:30 P.' M. OPENING EVENT Bobby-McAdoo vs. Billy Smith 4 rounds at 85 pounds SECOND EVENT Young Henderson vs. Terrible Terry 30-minute wrestling bout 4 SEMI-FINAL , Battle Royal 5 young huskies FINAL Bull Montana vs. Pete Sauer Best 2 in 3 falls to finish - HOW THEY STAND -n - NATIONAL LEAGUE Club Won. Lost. Won. Lost. Pittsburg IS 13 Chicago ' 19 13 Cincinnati 19 i Brooklyn 16 Bj St. Louis 10 17 Boston H l."i New York 1" 2') Philadelphia 12 21 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia o, Brooklyn 4 nings. St. Louis 16, Cincinnati !. Boston 5-5, New York 2-0. Unly games scheduled. Today's Games Boston at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at New York. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. St. Louis at Chicago. Pet. Pet. .5S1 .559 .559 .552 .4 So .4!3 .394 .3G4 11 in- AMERICAN LEAGUE Club Won. Lost. Pet. Cleveland 21 l' .!77 Boston 21 10 .677 Chicago IS 3 4 .563 New York 18 1" -"45 Washington 15 16 .4S4 St. Louis 13 IS .419 Philadelphia 12 20 .37o Detroit 8 23 .233 Yesterday's Results New York 6, Boston 1. Chicago 6, Philadelphia 1. Only games scheduled. . . Today's Games Detroit at St. Louis. Chicago at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. WELL TO KNOW THE WORST Thirty thousand years ago, says a weeklv journal, the seas around Eng land were, at a higher level than at present. IX is difficult to know what can be done about it, but it is just as well that the matter should be men- : o ' Former President Taft owns a walk ing stick made of wood that is thought to be 250,000 years old. Attention! K.nights of Pythia ZT All members and to all who have belonged to the ORDER, are requested to be present, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 29th'. K. of P. Hall CTo hear and give welcome to our SUPREME CHANCELLOR. CHAS. DAVIS Time: 8 o'clock Saturday, May 29th X A factory man will be in Phoenix, Friday and Satur day. He will demonstrate the Elgin Six and deliver in teresting talks on the Elgin during his stay here. The public is invited to meet him. Mis Face is ffis Fortune- -Please Notice the Ears Bull Montana's Cauliflowers Have Won His Fame and Fortune ; He Doesn't Have To Make Up to Play the Bad, Bad Man While Lloyds have insured the hands of many famous musicians, the arms of beautiful artists' models, and cele brated toe dancers have received pro tection by insurance, it has remained for Bull Montana to seriously consider having his ears insured, not for their remarkable beauty, but for the fact that they are the ugliest ears in America. "I wouldn't take a thousand no, nor ten thousand dollars for ' my ears. They are worth that and more to me," said tho motion picture actor and wrestler yesterday. "Say, they can't duplicate those fauliflower ears of mine you can tell the difference between the real thing and make-up." For three years Bull has played with Douglas Fairbanks, and the way he "got in good" with '"Doug" was on his face. They met. in a gymnasium in New York and the, next thing the Ital ian knew he was signing a contract simply because he ' looked like a tough bird." "P don't have to put on any make up to look like a murderer," said Bull, who can peddle it plentifully. He. de clares the fact that he has been a crook and a murderer for the past three years has not changed his dis position. He does not feel any more inclined toward crime committing than he did years ago before be had made a record via tho picture route. He says once in a while when he sees the other "guys' in ardent love scenes with the beautiful screen stars he wishes that he could be other than a villain but what chance has he with his face? Aside from is ears, of which he is proud, and the convict cut of his hair. Bull isn't the horrible object he would have one believe. His features are clear cut, large dark brown eyes that never cease to twinkle soften his severe features. The Italian love of color is evidenced in his dress and he wears a diamond which is the love of his life and for which he says he paid $1,500 a part of a month's salary for a murder or two. The picture game pleases Bull great ly but he takes it carelessly, more as an amusing business than as "art." Bull may be a high brow in the art of wrestling, but when it comes to studio stuff he talks it in the Ameri can language he picked up In the gym back In New York, where he met "Doug," who placed him on the down ward path to build up his fortune. o PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Club Won. Lost. San Francisco ........ 30 Salt Lake 27 Portland 23 Vernon 27 24 17 21 20 24 24 Pet. .ess .563 .535 .52; .449 .4 40 .348 0 I Chando M OtOF 534-536 West Van Buren St, Distributor for Brunswick Tires PI lone 4290 Los Angeles ..... ..... Sacramento Oakland ... 22 28 Seattle 16 SO Yesterday's Results Los Angeles 3, Vernon 1. Sacramento S. Portland 5. Seattle 2, Salt Lake 1. Oakland S, San Francisco 4, 13 in nings. rffUlElHD IN RECITAL MONDAY The following recital by pupils of Martha Cook Hulett will he given Monday evening, lay 31, at the Wom an's club: Duo (two pianos) Valse Impromptu Bachmann Georgia Lee Day, Mary B. Buchanan. Piano Bell Rondo Streabog Mary Electa Roach. Piano Gipsy Life Martin C. Hulett Dorothy Cover. Piano From the Orient Lindsay Lewis Standage. Whistling Solo (.a) Somewhere a Voice Is Call ing Arthur Tate (b) Come, for It's June Forster Martha Alkire. Tiano La Fontaine Bohm Maurine Stevens. Piano Spring's Jubilee Kxentzlin Elizabeth Lopez. Voice (a) A Skye of Roses. Mary T. Salter (b) At Parting ....James II. Rogers Mrs. Harold Singer. Piano Seguidiella Bohm Lucile Doster. Piano L'Argentine Ketterer Florence ITanny. Voice - Come, Ye Disconsolate Martha C. Hulett Sing, Smile and Slumber. .. .Gounod Alice Knight. Violin Obligato Gladys Harris. Piano (a) The Bird as Prophet. Schumann (b) Petite Valse .Henselt Evelyn Hayes. j Piano Song of the Brook Thou. Lack i Georgia Lee Day. j Voice - j (a O Fair, O Sweet and Holv j Canter (b) The Star Rogers I .May Broadley Richards. ! Piano ! Return of Spring "Cooliiri?' Methel Ingrahatn. Piano Lady Betty M. C. Hulett Mary Bornis Buchanan. Voice (a) God Smiled Upon the Desert.. Cadman (b) Spring HUdach Mary Hough Jones. Piano Tarcntelle S. B. Mill:.? Phyllis IVdeski. Voice (a) Were T Gardener. . . .Ommonade r ! Svlvia Oley Speaks ) : My Lover He Cornea on the Skee H. Clongh -I.eitor j ITaol O. Ponh Pin no ; ShevOierds All nnd Maidens ' Fair Xcv'n j (1.) Impromptu. " Sharp Minor... ' lirinho'd j Louise Cornier. The public is cordially invited to j attend. .niyders Was Highly Appreciated by Many Purchasers Yesterday Intelligent bu3?ers appreciate this discount on our standard mer chandise which includes some of America's finest clothing and haberdashery, such as Hirsh Wickwire clothes, and they prefer the conservative business methods as employed by Hyder's Store. This 10 Discount will be given today and Saturday on every purchase of $1.00 and more, excepting Stetson Hats. Hirsh Wickwire Clothes Are Included in this Sale REMEMBER Nothing reserved in this sale except Stetson hats. PHOENIX, AR12. Wat OF for efficient, economic and durable equipment. 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