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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1921
F
BE
Si
HIT GAME AGAINST
CIIIPIS IN WEEK
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
CLETVELAXD. May 5. Faber's
pitching and Sheely's hatting gave
Chicago a victory over Cleveland. Fa
ber held tlie world's champions to
two hits and no runs at Chicago last
meek. Today he duplicated his feat.
Cleveland's first hit was a double
hy Speaker in the seventh, while
Jamleson scratched an Infield hit in
'the ninth. Score:
- CHICAGO AB.P..H.POXE
'Johnson, ss. ....... B 0 1 4 S 0
Xlulligaa. 3b. ...... S 0 1 1 2 0
Collins, 2b 4 0 1 0 0
Jlooper. rf. ........ 3 2 110 0
Falk. If. 4 1 1 2 0 0
Struck, cf. . 3 0 0 1 0 0
Eheely. lb S 1 2 14 1 0
FchaJk, C .... 4 0 2 3 0 0
Ftber, p 4 0 0 1 0 0
Totl 33 4 9 27 15 0
. " CLEVKLAXD
Jamieson, If.
Johnston, lb. ....
Speaker, cf. .....
Uraney. rf. ......
Irardner, 3b. .....
PewelL m.
Stephenson. 2b. ..
O'Neill, c
Pby. p
Thomas
AB. R. ILPO.A. E.
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. 4
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. 3
. 2
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1 3
0 12
1 S
.STAND
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York
Chicago . .
Won Lost Pet.
,.14 3 .824
,.13 5 .722
,.10 7 .688
..7 .467
..8 11 .421
..5 10 .333
.. S 13 .316
..3 10 .231
Boston ,
St. Louis
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 11. Chicago 7.
Pittsburg 8, St. Louis 3.
Brooklyn at New York; wet grouds.
Philadelphia at Boston; coldx
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Chicago.
St. Louis at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
T
IGER ROOKIE HAS
BROWNS AT MERCY
1
DETROIT
WIN
S
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet.
Cleveland 12 6 .667
Washington 11 .647
Detroit 10 8 .538
Boston 6 S .509
New York 7 7 .500
St. Louis 6 10 .375
Chicago -1 5 9 .357
Philadelphia 5. 10 .333
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 9, St. Louis 0.
Chicago 4, Cleveland 0.
New York at Washington; rain.
Boston at Philadelphia; rain.
Today's Games
Detroit at St. Louis.
Chicago at Cleveland.
New York at Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
: Totals 29 0 2 27 16 2
-i Batted for Bagby In ninth. , j
Score by innings:
', Chicago ...020 101 0004
Cleveland 000 000 000 0
t v Summary: Two-base hits Sheely,
Speaker. Three-base hits Mulligan,
Falk. Sacrifice hits Mulligan,
Sheely. Bases ' on balls Faber 2,
Uagby 2. Struck out By Faber 3,
lias by 1.
CEOS GRAB EARLY
f LEAD; DEFEAT CUBS
IRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire
:t CHICAGO. May 6. Cincinnati took
im early lead on Chicago by hitting
' Hanson and Cheeves hard and won.
Luque weakened in the seventh and
waa driven out in the eighth. Mar
quard waa wild and gave way to
Brenton who stopped the rally. The
batting of Bohne and Hargrave and
.the former's steal of home after
tripling in the third inning were the
. textures. Score:
" CINCINNATI AB. K. H.PO.A. E.
Bohne. 3b 4 2 3 1 0 1
. Daubert. lb. ........5 0 2 8
Rouse h. cf. 6 1
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet.
Sacramento ....19 9 .679
San Francisco 19 10 .655
Los Angeles .........15 12 .558
Oakland 13 13 .500
Seattle 13 14 .481
Vernon 13 15 .464
Salt Lake 9 13 .409
Portland " 6 21 .222
Yesterday's Results
Vernon 6, Seattle 4.
CARDINA
MISPLAYS
Duncan, If. ...
' Fonseca, 2b. . . .
. See, rf .
; Crane, es. .....
Hargrave, c. . . .
" Luque. p
" llarquard, p. ..
Brenton, p. , ...
; Totals
CHICAGO
Flack, rf.
llollocher, ss. .
Terry. 2b
Grimes, lb.
Robertson. If. .
. Maine!, cf. . . . .
Barber. If. &
Deal. 3b. ...
'Fan-ell. c. ,
Killlfer. c. ..
Hanson, p. .
Cheeves. p.
Twombly. z.
Jones, p. . .
Tyler. 71. . .
Kelleher, zzz,
Bailey, p.
Portland 2, Oakland 2.
Sacramento 3, San Francisco 1.
Salt Lake at Los Angeles; rain.
Today's Games
Oakland at Portland.
Sacramento at San Francisco.
Vernon at Seattle.
Salt Lake at Los Angeles.
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L
GIVE PIRATES GAME
tRepubllcsn A. P. Leased Wire
PITTSBURG, May 5. Pittsburg
defeated St. Louis in their first game.
Cooper kept his opponents' hits scat
tered and while Pertica pitched good
ball, his own misplay and those of
Hornsby and Fournier were costly.
Rain fell during the contest and out
fielders - misjudged several bails.
Score: -
ST. LOUIS AB R H PO A E
IRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire
ST. LOUIS. May 5 St. Louis was
helpless before Oldham while Detroit
hit Shocker freely and won. Only one
local player reached third base.
Shocker was taken out in the sixth
when Detroit scored six runs on as
many hits, Cobb driving the ball into
the bleachers with one man on base.
Score:
DETROIT AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
Young, 2b 6 0 1 3 3 0
Bush, ss ....4 1 1 2 0 0
Chuck Wiggins: Wins
From Mike Gibbons
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., May 5. !
Chuck Wiggins of Indianapolis was
conceded a clear shade in the opinion
ot sporting writers over Mike Gib
bons cf St. Paul in their 10-round
no decision fight "here tonight. The
contest was fought at top speed In
every round with the Indianapolfs
fighter doing most of the leading and
landing the most effective blows.
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WOULD SCRATCH LEONARDO II
I ST. LOUIS, May 5. Leonardo 11
i the Xalana farm entry, will not start
I in the Kentucky Derby Saturday if
the race is run in the mud, E. F.
Simms, the 'owner, stated tonight.
1 The man who i.s best able to do the
l work, regardless of polities, he be-
lieves. will be the best man. for tht
republican party to put in power.
Cobb, cf.
Veaeh, If.
Shorten, rf. ..,'..
Jones, 3b.
Sargent, 3b
Blue, lb
Ainsmith. c
1
- 0
0
1
0
Oldham, p 4 1
3 10
3 6
2 0
Totals 39
ST. LOUIS
Tobln. rf
Gerber, ss
Sisler, lb.
Jacobson, cf. . .
Wetzel. If
Gleason. 2b. ...
Lamb, 3b. .....
Se vereid, c . . .
Shocker, p. . . .
Deberry, P.
Burwell, p
xBillings
0 13 27 14
AB. R.H.PO.A. E.
. 4
. S
3
. 3
4
. 4
, 4
3
, t
, 0
. 0
. 1
Totals
.31
0 2 2 0 0
0 0 3 3 0
0 0 9 0 0!
0 0 3 0 01
0 1 1 0 o!
0 112 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 7 3 0
0 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 4 27 12 0
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Chattanooga 7, Nashville 6.
New Orleans 3. Memphis 6.
Atlanta 4, Birmingham 3.
Mobile 5, Little Rock 2.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Louisviile 2, Indianapolis 12.
Columbus 10, Toledo 13.
Kansas City 6, Milwaukee 2.
Minneapolis 4, St. Paul 16.
40 11 17 27 11 2
AB. R. H.PO.A. E.
0 10 0
5
lb 3
5
2
.......2
0
2
1
.......0
0
1
0
0
4
13
1
1
2
0
3
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Mann, cf
Schultz, rf . .
Janvrin, 2b .
Hornsby, 3b
Fournier, lb
McHenry, If
Lavan. ss . . .
Clemons. c .
Dilhoefer, c .
Pertica, p . .
North, p ...
Totals 38 12 27-15 2
z Batted for Cheeves in seventh
. z Batted for Jones In eighth,
zzz Batted for Tyler in eighth.
Cincinnati 323 001 00211
Chicago 000 100 330
Summary: Two-base hits Rousch.
Fonseca, Twombley, Terry. Hargrave,
Brenton. Three-base hits Bohne
Stolen bases See. Bohne 2, Sacri
fice hits Daubert, Bohne, Crane
. Fonseca. Luque, Barber. Double
- plays Marquard to Crane to Dau
bert. Base on balls Off Hanson 1
,. Cheeves 1, Luque 1. Marquard 3. In
nings pitched Hanson 1, (none out
jn second): Jones 1. Luque 7 (none
out in eighth); Brenton 1 1-3.
Cheeves 6, Bailey 1. Marquard 2-3.
" Hit by pitcher By Bailey (Crane);
Struck out By Hanson 1, Luque
" 'Cheeves 2. Pailey 1. Balk Cheeves
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Detroit 010 026 000-
St Louis 000 000 000 0
Summary: Two base hits Blue,
Bush. Tobin. 2. Home run Cobb.
Stolen base Sister. Bases on balls
Oldham. 8: Shocker, 1; Deberry, 1
Rurwell. 1. Innings pitched Shock
er, 6; Deberry, 2; Burwell, 1. Struck
out Oldham, 3; Shocker, Z; JDe
berry, 1. " -..
Rally In Seventh
Gives Adams Boys
GameOverMonroe
The Adams school baseball team
came from behind and in a spectac
ular ninth-inning rally nosed out the
strong Monroe school squad, 6 to 5, in
a well played game yesterday after
noon.
Going into the seventh and final
frames, the Adams school team was
a poor second, being on the short end
of a 5 to 2 count. The never-sayrdie
spirit of the players manifested itself
at this time, however, and the team
clubbed out four runs and victory.
Joe Murguia was the star batsman
of the day, his triple in the seventh
inning with three men on bases de
ciding the issue in favor of the
Adams school. He also contributed
a double during the game. Score by
innings;. R. H. E.
Monroe .....004 010 0 5 3 6
Adams 010 100 4 6 5 3
Batteries Crozier and Martin
Fink, B. Miller and L. Miller.
Freddie Welsh Puts
Kayo On Kid Murphy
Totals ...31
PITTSBURG AB
Bigbee, If 4
Carey, c 3
Maranville, ss .... 2
Cutshaw, 2b 4
Whitted, rf 3
Tierney, 3b 4
Grimm, lb 3
Schmidt, c 4
Cooper, p 4
Totals .... 31 8 7 27 18 1
St. Louis ....100 101 000 3.
Pittsburg 000 301 40 8
Summary Two base hit: Cutshaw.
Three base hit: Maranville. Sacri
fice hits: McHenry, Whitted Grimm,
Carey. Double plays: Bigbee to
Schmidt; Cutshaw to Maranville to
Grimm. Bases on balls: Off Perti
ca, 2; off Cooper. 2. Inning? pitched:
By Pertica, 7: by North, 1. Struck
out: Biy Cooper, 3.
IRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire
MORRISTOWN, N. J.. May 5.
Freddie Welsh, former world's light
weight champion, won a technical
knockout here tonieht over TCid Mur
phy of Newark in the second round
of a scheduled 10-round bout. Mur
phy's seconds threw a towel into the
ring after two minutes of fighting in
the second round. Heavyweight
Champion Jack Dempsey was the
referee.
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WESTERN LEAGUE
At St. Joseph. 5: Wichita, 1.
At Sioux City. 4; Oklahoma City, 3.
At Omaha, 4: Joplin, 9.
At Des Moines, 4; Tulsa. 3.
Southern Pacific
Serves Notice Of
Wage Reductions
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5. The
Southern Pacific company today
served notice on employes in train,
engine and telegraph service of pro
posed reduction in wages t approx
imately 20 per cent for those in road
service and of 15 per cent for those
in yard service. There are estimated
to be 8,000 men affected.
"We are compelled to take this ac
tion," said J. H. Dyer, general man
ager of the road, "owing to the sit
uation that confronts the railroads
and it is in accordance with chang
ing industrial conditions and the gen
eral downward trend of prices."
Representatives of the employes af
fected were required to Join in con
ference June 4 to consider the com
pany's proposals.
o '
New York Liberty
Bond Defendants
Are Found Guilty
WASHINGTON. May 5. Jules W
(Nickv) Arnstein and the four other
defendants on trial hf re with him in
criminal court on charges of con
spiracy to bring stolen securities into
the District of Columbia, were found
guilty bv a jury last night. The other
defendants were Nick Cohn D. W.
Sullivan, W. W. Easterday and N. S.
Bowles.
The cases arose out of a $5,000,000
Wall street bond theft and the defand-
ants are expected to be placed on
trial soon in New Y'ork as the next
step in their prosecution.
Sentence will not be imposed lor
two weeks. The maximum is two
years' imprisonment or 310,000 fine
or both.
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File Opening Brief
For New Peete Trial
LOS ANGELES, May 5. The.
opening brief in the appeal for a new
trial for Mrs. Louise L. Peete, former
ly of Denver, sentenced to life im
prisonment for the murder of Jacob
Charles Denton, mining promoter,
was filed in the appellate court here
yesterday.
It contained the same charges as
did the appeal denied by the triaf
judge .... alleged Insufficient
evidence, errors on the part of the
court, and misconduct by the district
attorney.
. BY H. B. HUNT
WASHINGTON, May 5 The rail
road problem is causing President
Harding more concern than the ques
tion of German reparations.
Harding makes no secret of his
conviction that the railroad situation
is most serious of all the problems
now facing America.
But Harding finds his hands abso
lutely tied in dealing with the rail
roads. Railroad legislation is, by law, in
the hands of the Interstate Com
merce commission and the Railroad
Labor board. The president and the
cabinet can only sit by on the side
lines, urging, cajoling, pleading.
The president has indicated that
he rather thought it would be neees
cary to go over the heads of these
bodies.
This can mean -only an appeal to
congress for emergency legislation.
Hence the queswon probably will
be raised May 10, when the Interstate
Commerce commission of the .senate
begins its railroad inquiry.
It is expected a number of import
ant bureau jobs will go to experi
enced nien in the commerce depart
ment, rather than to men who have
been politically active.
The case of director of the census
is one in point. That post much
sought after by gentlemen with po
litical records will in all likelihood
he bestowed by Hoover on William
M. Steuart.
As jissistunt director, with long ex
perience in the. bureau. Steuart has
virtually 1-een doing the work while
another man had the title and drew
the pay.
fliers. 1 country in the movies. The impre
Mitchell's men tried for three days.; sion is given that most if not all th
recently, to drop bombs on the old bombs found their mark,
battleship Indiana. The movie men j " 'Tain't fair," say the navy offi
were on the job and wasted thous- ; cers. And so tne lid has been
ands of feet of fiim without record- I clumped on further picture practice
ing a hit. J for Mitchell's b mbing propaganda-
Perseverance triumphed at Irvst,
however, and one afternoon in quick
succession two bombs landed on the
Indiana's deck.
The pictures of the hits not of the
misses are being shown all over the
Secretary of Commerce Hoover has
evolved a new political doctrine that
should be written, in history. It is:
"Politics is best served by good
service."
It is by that creed that he is en
deavoring to gauge the applications
for appointments in his department.
Does the Chinese eoolie. who is able,
to jabber in "pidgin English" speak j
the English lnnguage? "
On the official decision of that;
question depends whether the Ameri-j
can merchant marine In the faoine
is to be manned by American or Chi
nese sailors.
The seamen's net requires sailors
on American ships to know English
sufficiently to understand the orders
of their officers.
The shipping board and bureau of
navigation have been accepting men
able to understand and speak "pidgin
English." Andy Feruseth. head of
the seamen's union, objects.
Secretary of Navy Denby is going
to shut down on the use of old navy
vessels- as bombing targets for Briga
dier General Mitchell and his army
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Vernon 6
Seattla 4
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Oakland 2 6 0
Portland 3 9 0
Batteries: Kremer and Mitz; Pol
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Sacramento 3 S 1
San Francisco 1 10 l
Batteries: Fittery and Elliott;
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