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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920
RIGHT EARFUL
Will fightfans see a husky mill
Or just a little spat;
Will some one kiss the canvas rug
When Carp steps up to bat?
LEFT EARFUL
Th ball fans get a hearty thri
And feel quite certain that
They'll eo the ball go o'er the fenc
When Ruth steps up to bat.
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I Latent News From the Sporting World
DOPE SHEET HAS I
CINCH OH MONDAY'S
FISTIC ENCOUNTERS
Tou can't beat the fight fan when it
comes to remaining faithful to the old
sofa pillows. Keep your eye on the
rail birds who make the daily trip
trom the main stem to the Lewis train
ing Quarters, whprn thow .i v.
McCann swat his partners, thence to
the American legion club to watch
Young France pummel his stable of
promising youngsters and back to town
to figure the dope sheet.
The inside boys will clock McCann
through a strenuous afternoon and fig
ure the kayo punch to bring home the
bacon. But a few minutes with the
France clan and the speed mixed with
cleverness and the boys are up in the
air.
It can't be done on a workout. The
majority of the fans have seen France
in action, but the training routine and
news reports are the only things to
back McCann's ability. The fans are
in doubt as to the way France and Mc
Cann will fight. One fight and they
can figure the odds on any man but
until McCann steps a few rounds in the
arena its a hard line to dope. They
know Billy has the punch, and they can
see that he is clever after witching him
la the training quarters. He looks
good and is confident. Jimmy Curley
i so confident of victory that he is
already booking engagements in other
parts of the state on the strength of
Monday's victory. Great stuff, this
. fanning game.
Any fan who ever watched Toung
France in action against a real miller
will tell you the Los Angeles kid knows
how to handle his mitts. The man
who beats France is all class. France
feels that he has the fisrht already Groh, 3b
won, yet he refuses to make any rash Roush, cf
promises and is not underestimating
his opponent. France is a real gentle
man as well as a fighter and his main
hone is to beat McCann fairlv. He asks
no odds and worries alone with his I 2 in go, c
nvn l-iwMiliny ctvlo of fie-htinz-. Some LKIU. P
fans do not like France because he
has upset the dope for the last year
and a half. Time after time the wise
oses have jammed Jack Doyle's Ver
non arena to see France get wal
loped and each time he has edged over
the top -with a clean cut victory.
France is coaching "Wildcat Ells for
his bout with Young Scotty Monday
night. The "Wildcat is sure wild, not
in his defense but. his desire to fight.
Ells craves fight and nothing more.
If he can get in there and swap
punches with some big husky Alfred
can crawl out of the ring at the finish
and eat a square meal. If he doesn't
get action his conscience hurts him
and will not even speak to his trainer.
Mix Scotty and Ells, with a few ses
sions of Spaw and Hocker; throw in
a curtain raiser with Dynamite Mc
Carthy and Nugent stepping for the
winner's end, and top off with a col
ored bout a la Ira O'Neil and Babe
Cabell there's fight enough for any
fan. But the Labor day card will have
one other big feature, the four-round
eveift staged by Andy Gardner and
Young Maza. It's a safe bet this bout
BRINGING UP FATHER
ICopyrisht J917, by International News Servient
By George McManus
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CARDINAL GAME
ANNEX TWELVE INS
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 3. Cincinnati
mauled three St. Louis pitchers fox 17
hits and won. Luque allowed but one
hit in the six innings he pitched. The
score:
Itigers sit but
N
CINCINNATI
Rath, 2b
Daubert. lb
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
6
6
4
6
4
5
5
1
4
3
Brenton, p 6
Duncan, If
Neale, rf . .
Crane, ss .
Allen, c
3
4
1
2
1
2
1
0
1
2
0
0
13
1
2
4
5
0
1
5
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
2
Totals
ST. LOUIS
.44 12 17 27 11 1
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Janvrin, If 4 0 0 3 0
Fournier, lb 4 1 1 13 0
Stock. 3b 4 0 10 1
Hornsby. 2b 2 0 0 2 5
Schindler, c 2 0 0 3 0
McHenry, cf 4 0 1 2 0
Lavan, ss 3 1 1 1 2
Schultz, rf 4 1 2 2 0
Clemons. c 2 0 0 0 1
Jacobs, p 2 1 1 0 1
Schupp. p 0 0 0 0 0
Goodwin, p 1 0 0 0 2
Knode, z&2b 3 1 0 0 1
Totals 35 5 7 26 13 4
xGroh out for interference in second.
zBatted for Goodwin in sixth.
Cincinnati 121 232 100 12
St. Louis ..000 000 050 5
Summary Two base hits: Daubert,
2; Jacobs, Neale, Stock. Stolen bases
Rath. Groh, Roush, 2, Duncan, Neale
Sacrifice hits: Groh, Duncan. Bases on
balls: Brenton, ; Schupp, 4. Innings
pitched: Luque, 6; Brenton, 3; Schupp
11-3: Goodwin. 4 2-3: Jacobs. 3. Hit
will not go to the limit, as both lads by pitcher: By Schupp, 1. Struck out:
are in for blood. It's a sort of srudga Luque, 1; Brenton, 3; Schupp. 1; Ja
fight for winner take all and a nice Cobs, 3
little chunk of silver on the side.
SPOKES
DANS
CLEVELAND. Ohio. Sept. 3. De
troit defeated Cleveland, Leonard being
very effective with men on bases. De
troit made the only run of the game in
the ninth on Young's infield hit on
which Wambsganss made a wide throw
to first and Cobb s single to rignt.
Score :
DETROIT AB. R. H.PO.A. L
Young, 2b. . . .
Bush, ss
Cobb, cf ,
Veach, If
Heilmann, lb.
Shorten, rf. . .
Pinelli, 3b. . .
Stanage, c.
Leonard, p. . .
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
3
1
3
5
5
0
5
0
BOSTON, Sept. 3 New York defeat
ed Boston in a struggle which was de-
ided in the ninth inning when .finch
Hitter Meusel's high fly landed safely
n short right center, scoring Bodie
and Ward and giving the batter a two-
base hit. Score:
2b.
Totals
CLEVELAND
Evans, If
Wambsganss
Speaker, cf.
Smith, rf. ..
Gardn v, Sb.
Johnston, lb.
O'Neill, c. .
Lunte, ss 3
Coveleskie, p 3
Burns 0
Nunamaker I
..30 1 5 27 12 0
AB. R. TO.A. E.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
3
o
12
3
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
3
0
1
3
6
0
0
Totals 28 0 7 27 16
Batted for Lunte in ninth.
Batted for Coveleskie in ninth.
Score by innings:
Detroit 000 000 0011
Cleveland 000 000 0000
Three-base hits Evans, Smith. Sac
rifice hits Wambsganss, Johnston
O'Neill. Double plays Shorten to
Stanage; Lunte to Johnston; Coveles
kie to Gardner; Stanage to Pinelli to
Bush. Bases on balls Leonard , Cove
leskie 1. Hit by pitcher By Leonard 2
Struck out By Leonard 4, Cove
leskie 2.
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Gardner holds one decision over Maza,
-,ioi Ma7. nrotests. Anly says he
mn lick Maza any day in the week
for any sum and any place in the
world. They rattled the key board on
the tvoewriter for five rounds before
they decided to fight it out in the ring.
"Now thev've signed and they expect
to make it equal the world battle
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
At Little Rock. 5-2, Chattanooga, 4-1.
At Mobile, 1-2; Birmingham, 4-0.
At Nashville, 6; Memphis, 0.
At New Or leans-Atlanta, rain.
PHILLIES DROP
ONE
TO
ROBIN SLUGGERS
BROOKLYN. Sept. 3. Grimes held
Philadelphia to four sec ttered hits and
Brooklyn celebrated its homecoming Dy
a shutout victory. The Dodgers made
14 hits off Smith before he was driven
out of the box in the seventh. Score:
PHILADELPHIA AB. R- H. PO A.. E.
if they don't ther will fall out with the
sporting writers. They have got to
fight or quit the league. They say
they will fight.
Matchmaker McAhren is optimistic.
enthusiastic and everything else. He
feels that he has the prize card of the
fight season with France and McCann
topping the list. He is guaranteed an
overflow crowd, even with the seating
capacity of Tally's arena increased
several hundred. Everywhere you go
it's fight, fight and more fight. And
from all reports the ladies and their
escorts will be right on the job Monday
night.
COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles R. H.
Seattle 4 12
Vernon 5 11
Batteries: Demaree and Baldwin; W
Mitchell, Dell and P. Murphy.
E
At Salt Lake City R. H.
Los Angeles 6 15
Salt Lake 3 10
Batteries: Aldridge and Lapan; Lev
erenz and Byler, Jenkins.
E
At San Francisco R. H.
Portland 1 7
San Francisco 2 5
Batteries: Polsen and Koehler; Mc
Quaid, Lewis and Agnew.
Meusel, rf .
Fletcher, ss
Lebourveau,
If
"Witherow, c
Smith, P
Enzman, p .
BROOKLYN
Olson, ss
Johnston, 3b . . . .
Griffith, rf
Wheat, If
Myers, cf
Konetchy, lb ...
Kllduff, 2b .....
O.. Miller, c ....
Grimes, p
. 4 0 1 11 1 0
. 3 0 0 0 1 0
. 4 0 0 1 0 0
.401101
.401140
. 4 0 1 2 0 0
. 3 0 0 1 0 0
. 3 0 0 7 1 0
. 1 0 0 0 2 0
. 1 0 0 0 1 0
.31 0 4 24 10 1
AB. R. H. POA E.
.513151
.411010
,. 4 0 2 1 0 0
,. 4 2 3 1 0 0
..311100
..4 0 1 15 1 0
..311270
.. 4 0 2 5 0 0
,. 4 0 2 1 2 0
..35 6 16 27 16 1
.002 100 30x 6
Two-base hitsi Meusel
Three-base nits
Totals .
Vrr innlntra:
Philadelphia
Brooklyn
summary:
- . , .oiTi Wheat
tS?"?r ;V"L stolen base Paule.tte
lvn rtSmith. Johnston, Grif
hatruiv- t-..vi nHve Tanlptte
Myers. uu. "-'--m,t.
Miller, liases on J"
1 Innings piieneu ciiiuu
Smith 2, Enzman
fith.
and R-
1. Grimes
2, Grimes 4.
E.
YANKEES FINALLY
DEAT DEO SOX
LAST
1
NEW YORK
Peclci'npaugh. ss 4
Pipp, lb 3
Ruth, rf 3
Pratt. 2b 4
Lewis, If 4
Bodie, cf 4
Ward, 3 b 2
Ruel, c 3
Meusel 1
Hannah, c
Quinn, p 3
Mays, p 1
Totals 32
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
1
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
7
3
5
2
2
1
5
0
0
0
0
APHAMWOULD MEET
CL
LOCAL PRIDE AGAIN
Sam Clapham returned to the city
last night after a two weeks' invasion
of Texas and New Mexico, where he
won three matches from the best the
southwest could muster for the
occasion.
OUUI Ct3L X 1 1 i v -v'.!.
El Paso Athletic Association offered
Sauer a guarantee of $750 for a bout
in the bcrder city, but he says he under
stands Matchmaker Tally has boosted
the ante to $850 for a return match in
this city with Pete Sauer.
Clapham says he will mott Sauer in
Thoenix provided Matchmaker Tally
will post the $850 purs., with an addi
tional privilege of 30 per cent of the
gate receipts. Clapham further stipu
lates that the referee must be selected
by the sporting writers of Phoenix, but
8 27 11
Batted for Ruel in ninth.
BOSTON AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Hooper, rf 5 0 2 2 2 0
Vitt, 3b 5 1 1 0 1 0
Menosky, If 4 1 1-3 0 1
Hendryx, cf 5 1 3 2 0 0
Mclnnis, lb 4 0 3 10 2 0
Schang, c 4 0 0 7 0 0
Scott, ss 3 0 1 2 6 0
Brady, 2b 1 0 0 1 1 0
Karr, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Hoyt. p 2 0 0 0 2 Q
Foster, 2b 1 0 0 0 2 0
At Sacramento R. H.
Oakland 3 10
Sacramento 2 5 0
Batteries: Hollings and Mitze;
Trough and Cook.
WATCH
Tally $
FOR
CLEAN
SPORTS
M foil 4
MALLOW
Totals 36 3 11 27 16 1
Batted for Brady in sixth.
Batted for Hoyt in sixth.
Score by innings:
New York 021 000 0025
Boston 000 002 100 3
Summary: Two-base hits Bodie.
Meusel. Hendryx. Mclnni's. Stolen
base Ruth. Sacrifice hit Pipp. Dou
ble plays Mclnnis to Scott to Mcln
nis. Bases on balls Quinn 4, Hoyt 2,
Karr 1. Innings pitched Quinn 7, Mays
2, Hoyt 6, Karr 3. Struck out Quinn
4, Hoyt 4, Karr 2.
o
ROTARY CLUB HOLDS
PRIZE STORY CONTEST
H. C. Button and John Dennett, Jr.,
were declared prize story tellers by a
committee of judges at the weekly
luncheon of the Rotary club yesterday.
The prize, a handsome one, was given
to Mr. Button conditional upon his get
ting married within ten days, failing
which he must pass the prize on to Dr.
Dennett.
There was an unusually large attend
ance. Rotary mambers having returned
home from summer outings. Walter
Switzer was chairman of the day.
o
he will not agree to the man who
refereed the last bout. Three judges
to the main event will also be demanded
by Clapham if he meets Sauer in
Phoenix. 1
Sam says he has no kick about the
treatment accorded him in his last bout,
but he wants to give the wrestling fans
a run for their money if the match is
staged here. He will remain In the
city for a few days, unless the match is
made with Sauer. Sam says he prefers
to meet Sauer on neutral ground, but
he is willing to wrestle here provided
his terms are agreed to.
o
SENATORS SWAMP MACKMEN
BROWNS BEAT WHITE SOX
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 3. After
holding Washington to three scattered
singles in the first four innings,
Knowlton, recruit pitcher for the Phil
adelphia Americans, weakened in the
fifth, Washington winning1. Score:
R. H. E.
Washington "V0 053 02314 15 1
Philadelphia ... 100 310 000 5 11 5
Batteries: Shaw . and Gharrity;
Knowlton. Moore and Perkins.
CHICAGO, Sept. 3. Smith's double
followed by singles by Jacobs and Wil
liams gave St. Louis victory over Chi
cago. Chicago was saved from a shut
out when Strunk hit a homer after two
were out in the eighth. As a result of
today's defeat the locals dropped to
third place in the pennant race. Score:
R. II. E.
St. Louis i 000 200 0002 7 0
Chicago 000 000 0101 8 0
I Batteries: Davis and Severeid; Faber,
Wilkinson and Schalk.
o
CUBS WIN 13-INNING GAME
PITTSBURG, Sept. 3. Chicago de
feated Pittsburg in a 13-inning contest.
The score was 2 to t when Flack led
off the last inning with a hit, followed
by Terry's sacrifice, Robertson's in
field single and Paskert's double, scor
ing two runs. Score: R. H. E.
Chicago ... 020 000 000 000 2 4 10 3
Pittsburg .. 100 001 Out) 000 02 14 2
Batteries: Vaughn and O'Farrell;
Carlson and Schmidt.
The fight on
ton Common.
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Clubs Won Lost ret.
Cincinnati 70 53 .569
Brooklyn 71 55 564
New York 69 57 .548
Pittsburg 64 61 .512
Chicago 64 64 .500
St. Louis 61 66 .480
Boston 50 68 .424
Philadelphia 49 73 .401
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 12, St. Louis 5.
Chicago 4, Pittsburg 2,
Boston 2, New York 7.
Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 6.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Philadelphia at New York.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Clubs "Won Lost ret.
Cleveland 77 49 .611
Chicago 78 50 .609
New York 79 51 .60S
St. Louis 3 59 .516
Washington 52 68 .433
Boston 61 65 .454
Detroit 50 74 .403
Philadelphia 41 85 .325
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 2. Chicago 1.
Detroit 1, Cleveland 0.
Washington 14, Philadelphia 9.
New York 5. Boston 3.
Today's Games
St. Louis at Chicago.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Washington at Philadelphia.
New York at Boston.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Clubs Won Lost Pet.
Vernon 87 67 .565
Salt Lake 81 69 .540
Los Angeles 78 74 .513
Seattle 75 73 .507
San Francisco 77 76 .504
Portland 9 77 .473
Oakland 72 81 .471
Sacramento 64 88 .421
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