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PAGE SEVEN
SAUER WITS TO
INCREASE SPEED
By George McManus
BRINGING UP FATHER
(Copyright 1917, by International News Servic
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THE 'AKIZiUJN A KEfUBLlCAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1920
FDR
DAVISGDUR
Speed, speed, more speed. That's
Pete Sauer's sole ambition for his
handicap match with Nick Daviscourt,
heavyweight wrestling: king of the Pa
cific coast, to be staged as the feature
event of an all-star sports program at
Tally's open-air arena Mondav night.
July 5.
Speed alone will carry him to victory.
That is the conclusion reached by Sauer
and he has mapped out a training pro
gram that he believes will send him
into the ring- next Monday night fully
25 per cent faster than ever before.
"It I'm fast enough, Daviscourt will
have the Job of his life pinning my
shoulders to the mat twice within the
stipulated 90-minute period," Tete de
clared last night. "Speed will be my
rreatest asset in this bout.
"Of course, I expect to wrestle a de
fensive match, but if opportunities pre
sent themselves. Phoenix fans will nee
me take the offensive. I'll give the big
fellow a real run for his money. And
1 11 take lots of changes, too, if I see I
have an opportunity to pin his should
ers to the canvass.
"A handicap match can be a very list
less affair, but I promise wrestling fans
that this one will be different. I'm not
polng In there with the intention of
keeping my two points off the mat and.
if Lady Luck so says, of pinning mw
opponent."
Sauer Is Confident
Sauer has a world of respect for the
ability of Daviscourt. He indicates as
much in his every word and action but,
he hag more confidence in himself. He
firmly believes that he can stay 90
minutes In a handicap match with any
errappler in the country, save Joe
Stecher, world's heavyweight cham
pion. Pete, among: other things, has decided
to discard his long trunks for the Davis
court match. "W hen he climbs through
the ropes Monday night, he will be
clad only in short tights and shoes. By
discarding the long trunks, he believes
that he will add materially to his
speed.
A handicap wrestling match is a
unique sporting" event in this city and
local fans are manifesting considerable
interest in the scheduled bout. Tickets
were placed on sale at the Doyle cigar
store yesterday.
Arrangements were completed last
night for the battle royal with five big
husky negroes to do the'battling. It's
going to be a real battle royal, pro
moters declare, and they have offered
a suitable purse to the one surviving
member as an incentive to keep the
fellows going at top speed.
At least on other event will be In-,
eluded on the program with a pos
sibility of an added number in the form
of a 6-round boxing: match. All boxing
matches are staged under the auspices
of the American Legion.
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PIRATES 1 LOWE HIT
Reuther Outlucks Haines in
Hurling Duel and the
Champions Cop
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
CHICAGO, June 30 Vaughn held
Pittsburg to one hit in a pitchers' duel
with Ponder and Chicago shutout the
visitors. Only one Pirate, Carey,
reached second base. He made first on
Merkle's fumble and went to second on
a balk.
Score: R. H. E.
Pittsburg .. ..000 000 000 0 1 1
Chicago 100 000 OOx 15 1
Batteries: Ponder and Hoeffner;
Vaughn and O'Farrell.
HETLUO-Jib - COME I AJl RiCHT-JUOE ORDER. I VFTIT OrSTlL- )
AND ON THE rjD lt 1M "THE. T A, WAITER:
ECNCH WITH ME I rwlCI rr C COURT' I i
THl ALWA FACED A " J j-
(5) 1920 by inn ftum stnvtca. inc. j ggssJ "
Halstead lineup at practice are confi
dent that they will tiring home the
bacon from Xogales, and give the local
fans a treat to some fast baseball on
their return.
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HOW THEY STAND
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club Won. Lost Pet.
Cincinnati 35 23 .583
Brooklyn S3 30 .524
Chicago 34 31 .523
St. Louis 34 31 .523
F.oston 28 28 .500
Pittsburg 29 30 .491
New York 30 33 .462
Philadelphia 25 37 .403
Yesterday's Results
Brooklyn, 7-3; Xew York, 3-1.
Chicago, 1; Pittsburg, 0.
Cincinnati, 2; St. Louis, 0.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Pittsburg at St. Louis.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Xew York.
Only games scheduled.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club "Won. Lost. Pet.
Cleveland .'...43 22 .662
Xew York 44 23 .657
Chicago 38 26 .594
Washington 32 28 .533
Boston 30 31 .492
St. Louis 31 34 .477
Detroit 21 43 .328
Philadelphia 17 49 .258
Yesterday's Results
Boston, 4; Washington, 3; 10
nings.
Washington, 5; Boston, 2.
Xew York. 6-10; Philadelphia, 6-
Chicago, 14; Detroit. 0.
St. Louis, 10; Cleveland, 8.
Today's Games
St. Louis at Chicago.
Xew York at Philadelphia.
Washington at Boston
Only games scheduled.
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PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Club Won. Lost. Pet.
Vernon ..51 35 .593
Salt Lake ,,..48 34 .585
Los Angeles 47 36 .366
San Francisco 42 40 ,512
Portland 38 39 .494
Oakland 37 49 .430
Sacramento 34 50 .403
Seattle 32 48 .400
Reds Take Series Final
CINCINNATI. June 30 Reuther and
Haines staged a pitching duel in the
last game of the Reds-Cardinals ser
ies. The former was given the better
support and Cincinnati won.
Score: R. H. E.
St- Louis 000 000 000 0 7 2
Cincinnati .. -.000 110 OOx 2 4 0
Batteries: Haines and Dilhoefer;
Reuther and Allen
Yesterday's Results
'- Salt Lake. 6; San rFrancisco, "1.
Los Angeles, 6; Sacramento, 1.
Oakland, 5; Portland, 2.
Vernon, 7; Seattle. 1.
Today's Games
Vernon at Seattle.
Oakland at Portland. .
Salt Lake, at San Francisco.
Sacramento at Los Angeles. '
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BROWNS DRIVE THREE
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MAY NOW 6
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MEDALS
Sox Get 18 Hits and 14 Runs
Off Trio of Tiger
Pitchers
ST. LOUIS, June 30. St. Louis and
Cleveland indulged in a slugging con
test but the locals bunched their hits
to better advantage and won. Bagby
and Uhl& were driven from the box and
Davis' wildness caused his removal.
Johnston hit into the bleachers for a
home run with a man on base on the
second inning., Score: R. H. K.
Cleveland 021 020 030 8 14 2
St. Louis BOO 130 OOx 10 16 1
Bagby, Uhle. Xiehaus, Faeth and
O'Xeill; Davis, Sothoron air! Severeid.
Did you serve on the Mexican border
in '16 ana i : u you aia ana you
have not received a Mexican border
service medal there's one coming to you.
Adjutant General Walter S. Ingalls
stated yesterday that he had received
applications that he would be glad to
forward to any service man who wishes
to claim his service medal for time
on the border. Applications may be had
either at the office of the adjutant
eneral or from the American Legion
headquarters.
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Sox Slaughter Tigers
DETROIT. June 30. Pounding three
Detroit pitchers for 18 hits, while Faber
held the Tigers to five scattered safe
ties. Chicago won. Coombs, who last
pitched for Brooklyn two years ag,
finished the game for Detroit. Score:
R. H.E.
Chicago 106 500 020 14 18 0
Detroit 000 000 000 0 5 1
Faber and Schalk, Lynn; Leonard,
Alten, Coombs and Woodall.
Boston Splits With Senators
BOSTON, June 30. Boston won the
first game in 10 innings, but lost the
!?eond to Washington. Bush won the
first game in the tenth by a single,
scoring Foster who had singled and
reached second on Scott's sacrifice.
Gharrity's homer in the ninth, with
Harris on bases, was a feature of the
second game. Scores: First game, 10
innings: R. H. E.
Washington ... 011 000 010 0 3 11 2
Bostort 002 000 100 1 4 13 4
Shaw and Gharrity; Bush and Wal
ters. Second game: R. H. E.
Washington 100 001 012 5 8 1
Boston 000 200 000 2 9 3
Zachary and Gharrity; Pennock and
Walters.
Jimmie Gordon, widely known Aus
tralian featherweight, will meet Kid
Coffry of Pittsburg, recognized one of
the best 122 pounders in the middle
west, in a 10-round bout at Ajo July 6.
The Gordon-Coffry bout is the feat
ure event of a big sports program being
dffered at the mining center on the
July Fourth holiday, which will be
celebrated on Monday, July 5, this
year.
Much attention is being attracted by
the boxing program and fans from all
sections of the state will be in at-
Ruth Gets Pair of Homers
, PHILADELPHIA. June 30 Six home
runs featured today's double header be
tween Xew York and Philadelphia, the
visitors winning both games. Ruth's
twenty-third home run of the season
scored the winning run in the first
game, while his twenty-fourth circuit
drive broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth
inning of the second contest. Scores:
First game: R. II. E.
New York 002 001 201 6 14 1
Philadelphia 000 100 202 5 15 1
Quinn and Ruel; Xaylor, Bigbee and
.ferKins.
Second game: R. H. E
New York 010 211 113 10 13 1
Philadelphia .... 010 100 031 6 10
Collins and Hannah; Perry, Hasty
ana i'erKins.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Toledo 4, Indianapolis 0.
At Minneapolis 5-1, Milwaukee 4-1,
(Second called in thirteenth, darkness.)
At St. Paul 6-1. Kansas City 0-0.
Calumbus at Louisville, postponed.
tendance, it Is expected. Both boys are
considered among the best of their
weight in the country, and should put
up a sterling go.
Superbas Twice Beat Giants
XEW YORK, June 30 Brooklyn
won both games of double header from
the Giants. In the first game Mitchell
held the Giants safely throughout while
Wheat's hitting figured largely in
Brooklyn's runs. The giants did rot
score in the second game until the
ninth when Bancroft singled and com
pleted the circuit on two infield outs
and Kelly's hit. Score:
First Game: R- H. E.
Brooklyn .. 200 004 100 7 9 0
"Vew York 000 001 101 3 8 1
Batteries: Mitchell and Elliott;
Barnes, Winters. Hubbell and Snyder.
Second game:
Brooklvn ..000 010 101 3 9 0
New York 000 000 001 1 5 0
Batteries: Grimes and Miller; Toney,
Hubbell and Smith.
Halsteads Add New
Talent For Games
With Nogales Nine
The two games to be played at Xo
gales by the Halstead team will be
watched by local baseball fans with the
keenest interest.
Since their close defeat by the fast
Peoria team the Halstead teum has
acquired several of the fastest playn-s
in' the valley. ,
Manager Robbins has been further
successful in securing the series of
Bartlett, the former university star and
distant coach, as coach for lus team.
The dopesters who have seen the i.'-vt
PETE SAUER
vs.
NICK DAVISCOURT
TALLY'S ARENA
Monday, July 5th
8:30 p. m.
All Seats, Except
Ringside
$1.00
TURN 'EM OUT WILD
Prescott Frontier Days
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA
JULY 2-3,4-5, 1920
4 DAYS AND NIGHTS Wild rough fast and furious In the
last and best west. ,
Plan now to spend your vacation among the cool pine breezes-of
Prescott.
$10,000 IN CASH PRIZES FOR SPORTS OF THE MOUNTAINS AND
PLAINS
$3,000 for World's Championship Bull Koping Contest.
$1,400 for World's Championship Calf-Tying Contest. .
$1,200 for World's Championship Broncho Busting Contest to
gether with diamond-studded gold medal.
$4,400 for contests of the range.
WILD AND WOOLY, Rip-Roarin' Specialties of man against
beast.
BAND CONCERTS by a twenty-five piece concert band.
OPEN AIR DANCING CARNIVAL each night on Prescott s beau
tiful plaza.
BASEBALL GAMES between the leading nines in the state.
DOKEY CELEBRATION, July 3rd.
AIRPLANES CARRYING PASSENGERS.
HORSE RACING CONTESTS between five teams.
Camp at PARADISE VALLTY with its beautiful grounds free, in
cluding shade wood and water. Only five minutes run from Prescott.
Play a round of golf and enjoy a swim at Granite Dells.' See nature at
its best in the wonderful mountain fastnesses of Yavapai.
Remember the Dates and Come Up a Mile
and Smile Awhile!
Summer Excursion Rates
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COAST LEAGUE
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At San Francisco R. H. E.
Salt Lake 6 11 1
San Francisco ....... .... 1 5 1
Batteries: Stroud and Byler; Couch,
Love, McQuaid and Agnew.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Sacramento t... 1 5 5
Los Angeles 6 7 1
Batteries: Pen ner and Cook; Keating
and Bassler.
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At Seattle R. H. E.
Vernon 7 12 0
Seattle 1 14 2
Batteries: Houck and Devormer:
Siebold, Zamlock and Baldwin.
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WESTERN LEAGUE
At Tulsa 5, Wichita-1.
At Oklahoma City 4, Joplin 6.
At Omaha 6, Sioux City 1.
At St. Joseph 2, Des Moines 1.
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TILDEN IN CHALLENGE ROUND
WIMBLEDON, June 30. The chal
lenge round for the British lawn tennis
championship will be contested by
William T. Tilden of Philadelphia and
Gerald L. Patterson of Australia,
holder of the title. By another excel
lent performance today, Tilden, as con
fidently anticipated, defeated the
Japanese player, Zenzo Shimidzu, al
though he had to extend himself to the
limit to win the third set of the match.
OFFICIALS DIFFER
ON TUBE POTATOES
"Take them off my hands," pleads
C. E. Powell, superintendent of the
state prison at Florence.
"Quite satisVactory," writes J. H
Larson, superintendent of the state in
dustrial school at Fort Grant.
The opinions of the heads of two of
the state institutions relative to the
use of evaporated potatoes were re
ceived in the same mail yesterday by
Purchasing Agent Donahue of the
board of directors of state institutions.
Some time ago Donahue ordered the
potatoes with a view -of cutting down
the expense. According to the prison
superintendent there is no saving. .The
only way the potatoes are fit to eat is
mashed and there has been consider
able waste.
"We have 250 pounds left and would
appreciate it very much if you would
take them off my hands," he says.
On the other hand, Mr. Larson says
the evaporated potatoes are fine. He
says there has not been one complaint.
An acre of the school land planted in
potatoes was doing wonderfully well,
according to Larson, until attacked by
a black spotted flying insect. A spray
ing process is being used, but as yet
the result cannot be predicted.
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E FIDE IS
SOUGHT BY NEPHEW
Inquiry concerning George Friede
was received yesterday at the office cf
the board of directors of state institu
tions from the family of the man who
is believed to have been murdered in
Arizona. That Friede came to Arizona
some years a.jo snd located in lh aix
is believed by the writer, tvho states
that he later moved out of town, in
forming relatives that he had quite a
distance to travel for his mai'.
The nephew who writes for Inform
ation gives his name as John W. Greevy
and address as S93 Von Lunen Road.
Johnstown, Pa.
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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Little Rock 6, Mobile 5.
Memphis-New Orleans, rain.
No other games scheduled.
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