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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920
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DETROIT. Sept. 14 New Tork went
fnto the load in the American league
by defeating Detroit while Cleveland
was being shut out by Philadelphia.
The Yankees hit Dauss and Ayers hard
while Shawkey kept Detroit's hits
scattered and received perfect support.
Ruth drew three passes, made a sac
rifice fly and flied out twice. Score:
NEW TORK . AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
Peckinpaugh, ss 5 1 1-3 3 0
rvpp. lb 5 3 2 9 0. 0
Ruth, cf 2 2 0 1 0 0
Pratt, 2b 3 0 0 1 0 0
Meusel. r .... 3 0 0 1 0 0
Vick. rf 2 2 11 0 0
Lewis, If 5 1 1 5 0 0
Ward. 3b 3 1 2 2 3 0
Hannah, c 5 12 5 10
Shawkey, p 5 1 3 0 0 j 0
Totals 41 13 16 27 10 0
DETROIT AB. R. H.PO. A. E.
Toung, 2b 5 0 1 5 3 0
Bush, ss 4 1 2 6 2 1
Cobb, cf 51 1 1 0 0
Veach, If 5 1 2 4 0 0
Heilmann. lb 5 0 2 5 0 1
Shorten, rf 2 0 1 1 1 0
Pinelli. 3b 2 0 1 0 2 0
Hale. 3b 1 0 0 0 2 0
Stanage, c 3 0 0 4 0 0
Manlon, c 0 0 0 1 1 1
Dauss, p . 0 0 0 0 1 0
Ayers, p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Baumgarten, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
xFlagstead, 1 0 0 0 0 0
xxEilison, 1 0,0 0 0 0
It I I 1 I I 1 -
Totals 36 3 10 27 12 3
xBatted for Stanage in eighth.
xxBatted for Ayers in eighth.
Score by innings:
New Tork 142 003 01213
Detroit 011 000 100 3
Summary: Two-base hits Pratt, 2,
Hannah, Heilmann, Young. V.'ck, Cobb,
Pipp. Three-base hits Pipp. Sacri
fice hits Ward, Ruth. Double plays
Pinelli, Young and Heilmann. Bases
on balls Dauss, 4; Shawkey, 5; Ayers,
2: Baumgarten, 2. Innings pitched
Dauss. 3; Ayers, 5; Bauhgarten, 1.
Struck out By Dauss, 2; Shawkey, 5;
Ayers, 2; Baumgarten, 1.
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BROOKLYN, Sept. 14 Chicago
broke Brooklyn's string of victories by
slugging three pitchers. Tyler al
lowed only three hits, one of whicfi
was a home run over the right field
wall by Neis. Robertson made five
hits in as many times up, getting a
triple, two doubles and two singles.
Paskert.got three, including a home
run. Score:
CHICAGO
Flack, rf. .....
Terry, ss
Robertson, If.
Merkle. lb. . .
Paskert. cf. .
O'Farrell. c. .
Deal, 3b
Kriberg. 2b. ..
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BUSH LEAGUE GAME
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14 Phila
delphia won its second straight game
from Cincinnati, paining the lead in
the first inning. Five of the visitors'
nine errors came in the first inning
in which Philadelphia scored six runs
on one scratch hit. Score:
CINCINNATI AB. R. H.FO.A
Rath, 2b '. 5 2
Daubert. lb
Roush, cf
Duncan, If
Neale, rf
Crane, sa
Sicking, 3b
Win go, c
Rariden, c
Ring, p .
Bressler, p
Brenton, p
See, x
Coumbe, p
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Totals 42 10 16 24 12
xBatted for Brenton in third.
PHILADELPHIA AB. R, H.PO. A. E.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club
New
Chicago
Boston
W. L. Pet.
83 58 .589
74 59 .656
76 61 .555
70 63 .526
68 71 .489
64 74 .463
54 73 . .418
54 83 .397
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 10, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia 21.
St. Louis 9. New York 3.
Pittsburg-Boston, rain.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at Boston.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club
New York
Cleveland
Chicago . .
St. Louis .
W.
...88
, . .84
...85
...67
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Paulette, lb
Rawlings, 2b
Williams, cf
Meusel. rf 3
Stengel. rC 1
Fletcher, ss 6
Lebourveau. If 5
Wrightstone, 3b .... 5
Tragresser, c 5
Causey, p 0
Enzman, p i
Smith, p 2
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BROOKLYN
Olson, ss.
Johnston. 3b.
Neis. rf
Wheat, If
Myers, cf
Schmandt lb. ..
Kilduff. 2b
Krueger, c
Cadore, p
Mitchell, p -
Miljus, p
Konetchy
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
4 3 1 2 0 0
.5 0 0 2 7 0
,5 4 5 2 0 0
, 4 2 3 11 0 0
.5 1 3 5 0 0
.5 0 0 2 0 0
.3 0 1 0 2 0
.4 0 0 2 3 0
.3 0 0 1 1 0
.33 10 13 27 13 0
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
. 4 0 0 3 4 1
.4 0 0 1 2 0
. 4 2 2 2 0 1
. 4 0 1 2 0 0
. 2 0 0 1 1 0
. 4 0 0 13 2 0
. 2 0 0 0 3 0
. 3 0 0 5 1 0
. 1 0 0 0 0 0
. 0 0 0 0 4 0
. 0 0 0 0 1 0
. 1 0 0 0 0 0
.29 2 3 27 18 2
Total 44 21 17 27 14 2
Cincinnati : 302 002 01210
Philadelphia 632 320 32x 21
Two base hits Daubert, Duncan,
Rariden. 2: Paulette. Enzman. Raw
lings. Lebourveau, Williams. Tragres
ser, MeuseL Wrishtstone. Three base
hits Daubert. Home run Meusel.
Sacrifice hits Roush, 2: Rawlings,
Smith. Paulette. 'Bases on balls Rins?
1; Coume. 2: Enzman. 1. Innings
pitched Ring. 1-3; Brenton, 2-3:
Bressler, 1; Coumbe. 5: Causey. 1-3;
Enzman. 2; Smith. 6 2-3. Struck out
By Coumbe. 1; Enzman, 2; Smith,
1. Hit by pitcher By Enzman, Crane
Passed balls Wingo, Tragresser, 2.
Boston 66
Washington 59
Detroit 54
Philadelphia 44
Yesterday's Results
Washington 7, Chicago 0.
Philadelphia 8, Cleveland 0,
New York 13, Detroit 3.
Boston 4, St. Louis 7.
Today's Games
Boston at St. Louis.
L.
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63
73
74
82
92
Pet.
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.607
.496
.475
.444
.397
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- PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Club W. I Pet.
Vernon 92 73 .558
Salt Lake 86 75 .534
Los Angeles 88 77 .533
San Francisco 86 79 .521
Seattle 82 79 .509
Oakland 80 88 .476
Portland 71 86 .452
Sacramento 68 96 .415
Yesterday's Results
Batted for Mitchell in seventh.
Chicago 320 100 202 10
Brooklyn 000 101 000 2
Summary: Two-base hits Flack,
Robertson 2, Merkle. Three-base hits
Robertson. Home runs PasV'r.
Neis. Double plays Tyler and Mer
kle. Bases on balls Cadore 2, Mitch
ell 1. Tyler 4. Innings pitched Ca
dore 4. Mitchell 3. Miljus 2. Struck out
By Cadore 1. Tyler 1.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Louisville. 8: Columbus. 3.
At Milwaukee, 9; Minneapolis. 7.
At Kansas City, 4: St. Faul, 9.
At Toledo. 1: Indianapolis, 3.
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COAST LEAGUE
At Los Angeles R
Vernon 6
Los Angeles 11
Houck, Piercy and Murphy;
and Bassler.
At San Francisco R II E
Oakland 3 13 2
San Francisco t 7 13 1
Holling and Mitze,- McQuaid and
Yelle.
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. Vernon 6, Los Angeles 11.
Oakland 3. San Francisco 7.
Salt Lake-Seattle, traveling.
Sacramento at Portland, traveling.
Today's Games
Salt Lake at Seattle.
Sacramento at Portland.
Oakland at San Francisco.
Vernon at Los Angeles. .
cleveiIdpeIant
hopes lowered by
CELLAR CHilflOliS
CLEVELAND, Sept. 14 Philadel
phia, scrtred an easy victory over Cleve
land. Rommel held the Indians to five
hits, scattered through as tnany in
nings. Only three Clevelanders reached
third. Score:
pTTTT.ADELPHIA AB R IP PO A E
Dykes. 2b 5 0 0 2 3
Griffin, lb .5 1 1 16 0
Walker, If 5 1 3 1 0
Perkins, c 3 1 1 3 1
Dugan, 3b 5 2 2 0 3
Johnston, cf 5 1 2 2 0
High, rf 5 0 4 3 0
Galloway, ss 3 1 1 0 4
Rommell, p 3 1 1 0 4
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Totals
CLEVELAND
Tamieson, If
Wambsganss
Speaker, cf .
Smith, rf . ,
Gardner, 3b
Johnston, lb
Sewell, ss .
O'Neill, c . ,
Caldwell, p .
Morton, p .
.39 8 15 27 15 1
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RIG CHARITY
BOXING GA1IWL
ATTALLY'S SATURDAY EVENING
Boxing fans will be given a real fistic
treat next Saturday evening when
Billy McCann stages his boxing car
nival at Tally's arena.
Every fighter in the valley and some
from other, points will be given a place
on the program, which will be staged
for charity.
Mrs. Leonel Ross O'Bryan,. known to
the newspaper fraternity and readers
of the. feature pages as '"Polly Pry," is
in the city in the interests of the
American and French Children's league
for the relief of the little children of
devastated France. Mrs. O'Bryan is
touring the country arranging "Poppy
drives" to raise funds for the French
kiddies and when she arrived here she
met Jimmy Curley and Billy McCann,
old friends of the O'Bryan family.
Curley and McCann tried to figure out
Borne way to assist Polly Pry in her
work and they hit upon the idea of a
boxing carnival. The plan appealed to
Polly and she agreed to let the boys
try it out hence the big show at Tal
ly's arena Saturday night.
Manager Tally offered the free use
of the arena; Matchmaker McAhren
offered his help and McCann and Cur
ley promised to get the boys together.
McCann will box four rounds with
Mickie Farrell of Los Angeles in the
main event. McCann is donating his
services free of charge and Farrell is
coming from Los at Curley's invitation
and is not charging a cent for his work.
Walter Sinclair, Dynamite McCarthy,
Battling Scotty, Battling Sam, Young
Rufus Williams, the Lewis twins and
a number of other youngsters ''will
take part in the program. In addition
several local performers will entertain
between bouts with singing and vaude
ville sketches. The program now be
ing arranged will be the biggest char
ity event ever offered the amusement
lovers of the valley.
Seats will be sold , at 50 cents, 75
cents and $1 and every cent will be
given to the fund for the relief of the
French kiddies. This is an exceptional
opportunity for the fans to help a
worthy cause and receive the biggest
entertainment ever offered for $1.
Any "boxer or entertainer who is
willing to donate his services for Sat
urday's boxing carnival is requested
to leave his name with Billy McCann
at the Adams hotel or with the sport
ing editor of the Arizona Republican
and a place will be reserved on the
program for his special stunt.
Several local singers have already
agreed to help with the program, but
there is plenty of room for more in
order to give the fans a variety.
Sam Clapham and Pete Saucr will
probably participate in the show, giv
ing a few athletic stunts in their par
ticular line.
Don't get your dates mixed and re
member the boxing carnival at Tally's
arena next Saturday night. In addi
tion to the evening's entertainment
you will have the satisfaction of know
ing that your money is going to be used
in one of the greatest philanthropic
movements in the world; and you will
receive your money's worth in amuse
ment at the arena.
ALL FAVORITES BUT
S GAME
II MAJOR r: II " J TESTS
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK, Sept. 14. New York
today gained first place in the Ameri
can league pennant race, with six
points lead, while all five other con
tenders of both major leagues lost to
second division clubs by one-sided
scores.
The Brooklyn Nationals suffered j
their first defeat in 11 games today j
when Chicago batted Cadore hard, but
Cincinnati and New York failed to take I
advantage of the slip. The Reds had
low score in Philadelphia and New j
York fell before St. Louis. The Yan-j
kees won their fifth consecutive game ;
and made it three straight from De- )
troit. Cleveland and Chicago both
were shut out, the Indians being un
able to hit Rommelt of Philadelphia,
while the White Sox could do little
with Acosta of Washington.
Tomorrow will be a day of rest for
the pennant contenders, with the ex
ception of Cincinnati and Brooklyn,
who play Philadelphia and Chicago re
spectively. "Babe" Ruth added another mark to
his credit today when he scored twice
and brought his season's total of runs
to 147, equaling the American league
record set by Ty Cobb in 1911. The
National league record is 196, made by
Hamilton of Philadelphia in 1894.
BROWNS BEAT BOSTON
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 14. St. Louis hit
Harper and Jones hard and defeated
Boston. The locals wasted but one
hit. The visitors could do nothing
with Davis until the eighth. Score:
R. H. E.
Boston 000 001 0-304 9 2
St. Louis 010 210 12x 7 14 1
Batteries: Harper, Jones and
Schang; Davis and Severeid.
An artificial lake is being built in
front of the Lincoln memorial in
Washington, to reflect the beauty of
the building.
RAY FIGHT EXPERTS
SAY CORDOVA WILL
BEAT TOMMY CARTER
SILVERS ALL STARS
CHALLENGE PHOENX
2048
0000
Totals 31 0 5 27 10 0
zBatted for Caldwell in eighth.
Philadelphia 020 000
Cleveland 000 000
Two-base hits Walker, 2: High. Du
gan, Graney. Stolen base Griffin.
Sacrifice hits Galloway, Rommell,
Caldwell. Bases on balls Rommell. 2.
Ca Id well. 2; Morton, 1. Innings pitched
Caldwell, 8; Morton, 1. Struck out
by Rommell, 2; Caldwell, 2; Morton,
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Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
The one govcrnntent department that
ran make no report as to how it spends
its appropriations, is the secret service.
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Tommy Carter has at last consented
to defend the title of lightweight
champion of the southwest, vfhi'ch he
lays claim to, by meeting Benny Cor
dova in a ten-round bout at Ray to
morrow night. The bout is being
staged under the auspices of the Amer
ican legion and a capacity house is
predicted.
About two-thirds of the crowd will
be ther in the hope of watching the
hard hitting Indian "knock Carter's
block off," and if reports from Cordo
va's training camp amount to anything
the boys will have their dreams ful
filled. Benny Cordova is an old head in the
game, 'but. he is just about the best
two-handed fighter showing i'n these
parts. If Cordova beats Carter, as the
Ray wise ones predict, Benny will be
matched with Billy McCann early next
montb.
The fight is creating considerable
interest in Pinal county and special
sections are being reserved for Super
ior, Hayden, Florence and Tucson fans.
Ralph Pena, a former Hayden star
and at the present time one of the reg
ulars at Vernon, will box in the semi
final against a "ringer" who has been
imported from Peublo. Colorado. Two
other preliminaries will complete the
card.
SENATORS BLANK SOX
CHICAGO, Sept. 14. Chicago played
erratic ball behind Hodge while Wash
ington hit opportunely and shut otit
the locals. Acosta, pitching for Wash
ington, broke Eddie Collins' hitting
streak. Collins had hit safely in 22
consecutive games.
R. H. E.
Washington 031 021 0007 12 1
Chicago 000 000 000 0 7 4
Batteries: Acosta and Gharrity;
Hodge, Wilkinson and Schalk.
CARDS TRIM GIANTS
NEW YORK. Sept. 14. St. Louis
took the odd game of the scries from
New York. The Cardinals started with
a two-run lead in the first inning, and
kept the Giants trailing. Schupp, for
mer Giant, gave McOraw's men plenty
of opportunity, passing eight in addi
tion to the seven hits made off him.
Score :
R. H. E.
St. Louis 210 002 012 !1 10 0
New York 010 001 001 3 7 2
Batteries: Schupp and Clemons:
Douglas, reritt, Sallee. Winters and
Snyder.
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PHOENIX SEED & FEED CO.
CLUBS FOR CONTEST
A neW aggregation of baseball stars
has invaded the local field with a chal
lenge to any team in the Southwest.
The new club will be known as Silver's
All Stars and is made up of some of
the fastest ball players in the bushes.
The majority of the team comes!
from Superior, where they have been !
playing during the summer. The boys
are keen for a game and are willing
to meet any team in the valley right
now. They are eager for a game to be
played at Eastlake park Thursday aft
ernoon. Cast your optics over this list of
well known Arizona ball tossers:
Kaufman, catcher; Salazar. pitcher;
Atwood. second base; Keenan; first
base; Gooch, third base; Silver, right
field: Sonoqul, center field; Wolford,
left field, and Leake, shortstop.
Every man on the club is a slugger
and a fast fielder, with Salazar one
of the best "chuckers" in the Copper
league.
Managers of local teams willing to
arrange games with the new club are
requested to notify Joe Silver, care of
The Republican sporting editor.
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PETER MANNING WINS
RICH "EMPIRE" STAKE
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Sept. 14. Peter
Manning, the big bay gelding trotter,
driven by Tommy Murphy, capturea
the classic $10,000 Empire state at the
grand circuit meeting today. Victori
ous in two of three heats, Poter Man'
ning shared honors of the event with
E. Colorado, winner of the second heat.
Best time, 2:04'i.
The Matron stake was won by Sister
Bertha, an outsider overlooked by
horsemen. Best time. 2:00.
The victory of Millie Irwin in the
Lieutenant Governor stake for 2:09
trotters furnished a surprise. Peter
June was the favorite, but Walter
Fleming drove Millie Irwin to win in
two of the three heats, despite the des
perate stretch drives ,by "Pop" Goers.
Pest lime. 2:07'i.
John R. Rrndcn, another outsider.
made his victory in the Syracuse stake
for L':0r pacers decisive by winning
three heats. 15est time, 2:05.
Billy Sunday captured the 2:10 pace
by taking the second and third heats.
Best time, 2:Ot5i. Bogalusa trotted
true to form in the Yates hotel cup
for 2-year-olds and won almost as he
pleased. Time, 2:0S.
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WESTERN LEAGUE
Wichita 2-1", St. Joseph 8-5.
Oklahoma City 8, Sioux City 1.
Tulsa 14. Dps Moines 5.
Joplin 0, Omaha ?..
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SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Mobile !i-l. At'anta 5-2.
Birmingham 1". New Drlenns 0.
Cha t tanooga - Memphis, rain.
Nashville-LitUe Rock, no game.
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Tucson Division will hire firemen
for oil-burning engines.
Steady work and usual seniority
privileges for work and promotion.
Men with grammar school educa
tion, 18 to 35 years of age, eligible
for employees.
Average salaries $170 to $275 per
month.
Applicants report to Chief Dis
patcher, Southern Pacific G. H. S. A.
freight station, Campbell Street, El
Paso, or W. Wilson, Superintendent,
Southern Pacific, Tucson or to Term
inal Trainmaster, Yuma.
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