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(Section Two) THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1921 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN LOCAL ATHLETES MAKING GOOD ON COLLEGE TEAMS Football will be the leading sport all over the country in another -week, fcd many former stars of the Coyote quad will be playing on big college varsity elevens. Phoenix high prom ises the greatest squad in years to C-o through the 1921 schedule and local fans are looking forward to some real sport. Charlie Gllleland, left half-back of tfe Coyote squad last season, will tart his college career In Stanford university, where he will, no doubt be the outstanding feature of the freshman team this year and may live up to his reputation as a second Fdiiy Casey of Harvard when he fioes oat for the varsity squad in his sec cud year. Ogle Detweller, who spent last year ta Michigan, has transferred to Iowa, where ha will again win fame on the rridiron as a former half-back of I hoe nix high. Jimmie Norton, an alumni of P. II. s bold down Jthe quarterback position on the Occidental eleven arain this vear. while Bryce Seaman, -Shinny" St. Clare, Harold Barkley, Jimmy Stone and many others w.'ll appear on the University of Arizona team. Stanford university is getting the cream of Arizona athletes this Rea son, for not only Charlie GiUeland will attend this institution, but -Speck Petts. Charles Gray and Tex Middleton will also be there. It was rumored that Gilleland would attend IT. S. C but his final choice was In land Stanford. In spite of the many athletes from Phoenix who are out of the city, the alumni wil introduce enough old vets t show the high scnool a . hard t.a;ut ran-.e next Saturday whn t;t?- get together at Etstlake park In the annual classic Horace McKee, Louie Irvine, Tommy Reidon, Frank Ueale, Bill Corpsteln, George Peters, George Calwell and many other former stars will be back in uniform. B. A. Gillespie has volunteered his services to coach the team on the field this week and will be ready Monday evening to help in starting the alumni out on its final week .of practice, which wttl be a hard one. The plans for a big college football araroe in Phoenix on Armistice Day, November 11, have been dropped as the Coyotes play EI Paso high school In Phoenix on that day. However, this will not leave the Salt River val ley without a big varsity classic as plans are now under way to schedule Colorado college and the University of Arizona for a post-season football contest to be staged in Phoenix about December 3- Phoenix high in playln El Paso will be given a return game in the Texas town next season, and hav ing scheduled a game in San Diego to be clayed with the ."Hilltoppers" n November 6 in the stadium of that city, the Coyotes will have some v i CHARLIE GILLELAND Ex-Coyote Star Who Will Attend Stanford University This Year real competition for a change. Next year San Diego will come to Phoenix, while the Coyotes may make the trip to El Paso. . o G- PACIFIC COAST ANGELS At Seattle: Los Angeles Seattle Batteries: IN LEAD AGAIN R. H. E .10 12 6 8 : Aldridge and Stanage K. Cooper, Mack, Dalley andt Spencer. VERNON 10, LAKE 4 At Los Angeles: . R. H. SaltLake City 4 10 Vernon ...10 16 i Batteries: Reiger, Poison and Ed wards; McGraw and Murphy. ACORN SGROWINQ At San Francisco: R. H. E. Sacramento .:. ......2 7, : Oakland ...8 9 Batteries: Penner and Schang; Al ten and Koehler. . DUCKS 8PEED UP At Portland: R. H. San Francisco: ...... 2 9 Portland 10 18 Batteries: Scott. McQuaid and Ag new; Ross and Fisher. I BRAVES GDYQTE ST. HUMBLE KITTENS 13 TOO "Bill" Thorpe, former football coach for St. Mary's college. Oak land, and one of the well known play era of the Pacific coast, who is now! coaching the team at St. Johns' In-1 dian mission, 13 miles south of Phoe- ; nix, opened the football season yes terday by defeating the Coyote Rook ies by a score of 13 to 0 on the In dian gridiron. The Indians, some of whom never saw a football until five weeks ago, won by fast fake forma tions breaking from open play, being unaoie to carry the ball Torward by line plunging against their heavier opponents. The Held was slow and neither team had an opportunity to spread out. The Indians made their first touchdown in the first quarter, but failed to kick goal. The Coyotes held them scoreless during the second quarter, but In the third quarter the Indians shot the ball across the line for another touchdown and managed to kick goal. In the last quarter the Indians played a kicking game as a defense, the Coyotes keeping the ball well in Indian territory during the session. Morse, quarterback; Kennedy, full back, and Mosley, full back, starred for. the Coyotes, while forward passes from Stewart; left half, to Goodson, right end, twice netted gains pf 15 yards. For the Indians, Miguel and Do mingo, ends, played a fast and tight game, especially defensively,, turning in all plays and tackling wickedly. Chico, quarterback, made a spectacu lar 20-yard dash in the second quar ter, and Ktizso,' left half, made an other pretty run in the first which netted 30 yards. The Coyote line-up: Van Doren, center; Alpine, left guard; Gorrell, right guard; Wilson, right tackle; Milleage, left tackle; Goodson, right end; Morse, quarterback; Barney, left end; Hill Brown, right half; Stewart, left half; Mosely, full back. Substitutes: Kennedy for Mosely; Connor for Brown; Foster for Alpine, and Ames for Wilson. Indian line-up: Joe Tashquinth, center; Francisco Pablo, left guard; Listine Ramon, left tackle; Leonardo Domingo, left end; Louis Macukay, right guard; Francisco Vincent, right tackle; Dennis Miguel, right end; Chico, quarterback, captain; Bemito Wahpita, full; Jonas Kitzso, left half; Henry Sitoyent, right half. Substi tutes: Nunez for Domingo and John Misip for Ramon. FOOTBALL FINALS Harvard, 10; Boston university, 0. Tale, 28; Bates, 0. Harvard, 16; Middlebury, 0. -Northwestern. 0; Beloit, 7. 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The buying advantages enjoyed because of the enormous volume of busi ness in our chain of 312 department stores afford important savings which we pass on to ypu, giving you the most in clothing value for your money. Our Unalterable Policy One Price to Everybody ! JSFr A Nation-wide 312 DEPARTMENT STORES 300 WEST WASHINGTON PHOENIX PICK THE WINNER Here's The Dope Sheet Today Win Loss .633 .626 .631 .624 .520 .513 Games to Play 8 6 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Won ' Lost Pet New York .. 92 54 .633 Cleveland 93 55 .623 St. Louis' 78 73 ' .517 Cleveland gained on the Yanks yesterday and are now half a game behind the league leaders. Victory today will put the Indians in front with 5 points to the good. IF The Tanks win today and tomorrow the teams will stand: New York .635. Cleveland .620. IF The Indians win today and tomorrow the teams will stand: New York .622. Cleveland .633. ' IF The Yanks win today and lose tomorrow or the Indians win today and lose tomorrow, it will read: New York .628, Cleveland .627. Cleveland follows the Yankee series with 4 games at Chicago, and the Yanks play 2 postponed games, go to Phllly for 2 games, and the Mack men play one on the Polo grounds. The Red Sox close with the Yanks in New York for one game. NATIONAL LEAGUE Today Win Lose .617 .611 .601 .535 .574 .568 Games to Play 6 7 7 Team Won '. Lost Pet New York 91 57 .615 Pittsburg 88 59 .599 St. Louis 84 63 . 571 St. Louis tightened the National race by defeating the Giants yes terday afternoon while Pittsburg beat the Quakers. When the Cards finish the New York series the Pirates visit Sportsman's park for four games and with the Cards stepping a fast gate they should at least break even on the series. New York can lose two more games and still tie for first place if the Pirates win their remaining 7 games. The Pirates are still two and one half games behind New York and the Cards are four full games behind Pittsburg. ' ' WOW THEY NATIONAL LEAGUE New York St. Lou Boston Chicago Philadelphia . . Yesterday's Results Chicago-Boston, rain. Pittsburg 4, Philadelphia S. Cincinnati 2, Brooklyn 4. St. Louis 8, New York 4. 4 Today's Games New York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at Cincinnati . Won Lost Pet. ,.91 67 .615 ..88 9 .693 . ,S4 63 .571 ,.78' 69 .631 ,.73 73 .500 ..67 80 .456 ..5 87 .404 ..49 101 .327 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York . Cleveland . . St. Louis Washington Boston Detroit Chicago ... Philadelphia Won 92 ....93 ....78, . . .75 ....72 71 . ;59 ..61 Lost Pet. 64 .630 55 .628 73 .517 72 .510 74 .493 79 .473 90 V396 4 .352 Yesterday's Results CLEVELAND 9, NEW YORK 0. Washington 5, Detroit 1. , Boston 2-0, St. Louis 1-11. Philadelphia 7-1. Chiigo 4-1S. Today's Games Cleveland at New York. Detroit at Washington. S DENT NTS LEAD IN CLOSE NATIONAL LEAGUE FINISH Republican A. P. Leased Wire ST. LOUIS, 24 St. Louis hit Toney and Barnes hard and defeated New York today. Score NEW YORK Burns, cf. Bancroft, ss. ..... Frisch, 3b. ..' Young, rf. Kelly, lb Meusel, If. , Rawlings, 2b. .... Snyder, c E. Smith, c Toney, p Barnes, p. ....... Gaston, c xCunningham, ... xxBrown . AB. R. H. PO.A.E. 4 3 4 a 0 0 11 n 0 0 0 0 1 - 4 0 0 Totals 35 4 9 2414 76 . '7 78 80 82 87 103 126 Pet. .573 .570 .562 ,.64S .534 .483 .414 .280 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Won Lost Los Angeles 102 San Francisco ......102 Sacramento 100 Seattle .' 96 Oakland . 94 Vernon ............ ea Salt Lake 72 Portland 49 Yesterday's Results Los Angeles 10, Seatle 6. San Francisco 2, Portland 10. Sacramento 2, Oakland 3. Salt Lake 4, Vernon 10. Today's Games Los Angeles at Seattle. . San Francisco at Portland. Sacramento at Oakland. Salt Lake at Vernon. o t Pittsburg Defeats Philly 4 to 3 a'nd Stjll Have Chance TRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire PITTSBURG. Sept. 24. Pittsburg narrowed New York's lead In the pen nant race by defeating Philadelphia while the Giants lost to bt. Louis. Score: PHILA. Lebourveau, rf. Smith, 2 b Rapp, 3b. Williams, cf. .. Konetchy, ID. . King, If , Rader, ss Henline, c. Ring, p AB. R. H.PO.A. E. Totals PITTSBURG Bigbee, If Carey, cf Maranville, ss. .., Robertson, rf. . . . Tierney, 2b Barnhart, 3b. ... Grimm, lb , Gooch, c Morrison, p .29 3 24 9 AB. R. H.PO.A. E. .28 4 9 27 20 0 ST. LOUIS J. Smith, rf Fourner, lb. . .. Stock, 3b Hornsby, 2b. .... Mueller, cf. . . . , McIIenry. 1C Lavan, ss. ..... Clemons, c .... Doak, p. ....... AB. R. H. PO.A.E. 4 113 2 10 .33 8 15 2716 Totals xBatted for Gaston in ninth. xxBatted for Barnes in ninth. New York ...013 000 000 4 St. Louis 301 102 lOx I Summar Two-base hits: Bums, Clemons. Three-base hits: Meuse McHenry. Mueller. Sacrifice: Mc Henry, Doak, (2): Hornsoy. DouDie play: Bancroft and Kelly. Bases on balls: Off Doak. 1: Barnes, 1. In nines Ditched: By Toney 3 1-3 Barnes. 4 2-3. Struc kout: By Doak, 6: Barnes. 2. Passed ball: Gaston. Solohs Win Sixth Straight Game By Defeating Tygers rRepubllean A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Sept 24 Wash ington won its sixth straight game by defeating Detroit The locals bat ted Oldham opportunely in tnree in nines. Johnson, while frequently trouble, was strong in the pincnes. Score: DETROIT Young 2b. .... Jones, 3b. . . . . Sargent 3b. .. xxBarnes . . . . . Cobb, cf. Veach. If. Heilmann, rf. . Blue, lb Tavener, ss. .. xShorten .... Merrltt, ss. ... Bassler, c. . . . . Oldham, p. AB. R. H.PO.A. E ..41152 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 5 3 4 4 1 , 1 2 S . 3 UHLE SITS OUT AI E I SECOND GAME OF FLAG SE ES Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, Sept. 24 Cleveland tied up its "crucial series" with the New York Americans, taking the sec ond game and the Yankee lead in the American league race again has been cut to less than two points. Five New York, players reached base on Uhle In the first two innings, but the Yankees could not hit in the pinches. After that Uhle pitched brilliant ball and New York was helpless. He allowed only-four' hits. L hle was not charged with time at bat drawing three bases on balls and hitting a sacrifice. He scored after each of his b.ases on bails. Harper pitched two good innings for New York and then went to pieces, walk ing six men in the third and fourth innings. After a base on balls to Uhle. forc ing in a run in the fourth, Evans' double sent in Burns, O'Neill and Uhle. Shawkey pitched better, but Cleveland scorer! three more runs in the sixth after Burns, the first man! up, reached first on a muff by Ruth. Speaker played center field for Cleve land for the first time since his in jury in 6t Louis two weeks ago. He was handicapped with his bad leg. A crowd of 38,000 saw the game. CLEVELAND AB. R. H. PO.A.E. Evans. If. 3 0 2 2 0 0 Jamieson, If. ! 1 0 1 0. Wambsgansa, 2b. .. 4 6 1 4 4 Speaker, cf. 4 0 0 3 0 Wood, rf. 6 1 1 10 Gardner, 3b 3 1 1 1 2 SewelL ss. ..4 0 1 3 2 Burns, lb. 6 1 1 10 1 O'Neill, c, 3 2 2 2 1 Uhle, p 0 3 0 0 1 Totals .' NEW YORK Miller, ct Peckinpaugh, ss. Ruth, If. , Roth, rf. , Meusel. rf.-lf. Pipp, lb , Ward, 2 b McNally, 3b Schang. c Devormer, c ...V Haiper, p Shawkey, p Red Sox And Browns Divide Double Menu Republics-! A. P. Leased Wire BOSTON, Sept. 24. Boston arrtl St Louis divided a doublehea'der, Boston winning the first in the ninth inning. Davis pitched both games for St. Louis. Scores: First game R. H. E. St. Louis 100 000 000 1 5 2 Boston 000 001 001 2 9 0 Batteries Davis and Severeld; Pennock and Walters. Second game R. H. E. St Louis 300 001 33111 19 2 Boston 000 000 000 0 6.4 Batteries Davis and Severeid; Jones. . Myers, Dodge, Walters and Chaplin. . ' o ..33 9 8 AB. R. H. 27 11 1 PO.A.E 4 12 The most delicate flavoring ex tracts and perfumes are derived from coal. . Alger KO's Bibb In Third Round At Fort Bayard Billy Alger is still "knockin' m dead" in the bushes. . The Phoenix battler scored another kayo Friday night when he stopped Jimmy Bibb in the third round of a scheduled lOround bout at Fort Bay ard. Alger's showing against Carter- la his 15-round bout at El Paso Tuesday evening put him in solid with the border fans and he can have any bout he wants down there now. Moore and Alger send regards to Phoenix fans. Some of the older houses of Hoi land have two doors which are used only for marriages and deaths. Totals 29 0 4 2" 14 3 Cleveland 001 403 0019 New York 000 000 000 0 Summary Two-base hits: Burns. Evans, O'Neill. Three-base hits: Wood. Sacrifices: Gardner. Uhle. Double plays: Burns (unassisted): Wambsganss to Burns to Sewell. Left on bases: New York. 8;. Cleveland. 7. Bases on balls: Off Harper. 6; Shawkey, 2; Uhle, 6. Innings pitched: By Harper 3 1-3; Shawkey, 6 2-3. Struck out: By Harper, 1. lid pitch: Shawkey. Robins Win 10 Inning Game From Cincinnati CINCINNATI. Sept 24. Brooklyn tied the score in the ninth and. de feated Cincinnati in the tenth in ning. Score: - R. H. E. Brooklyn ....001 000 001 4 10 1 Cincinnati ...020 000 000 2 5. 0 Batteries Garonier. Schupp and Taylor; Markle and Hargrave. HI-Y Lecture Course SEASON TICKETS RESERVED SEATS $3.00 STUDENTS $1.50 EIGHT NUMBERS The most expensive, highest class course we have ever presented Every A umber High Grade List of Attractions and Dates No. 1 Paulo Gruppe and Assisting Artists ... Friday, Oct. 7 No. 2 Harry J. Loose .. .Tuesday, Nov. 8 No. 3 The Cameron Male Quartet. . Monday, Nov. 14 No. 4 The Premier Artists . .... Tuesday, Dec. 6 No. 5 Harry ii. Fogieman, Lecturer ........ ......v..;........'.... Tuesday, Jan. 3 No. 6 Katherine Ridgeway, Reader . Tuesday, Jan. 24 No. 7. Barbara Maurel Mezza, Soprano .. . . Monday, Feb. 13 No. 8 Chas. Zueblfn, On American Life ..... . - , Friday, March 24 Secure your tickets of any High School or Grade School Student or at the Y. M. C. A. in Totals Score by innings: Philadelphia ..010 000 101 3 9 Pittsbure 001 000 12x 4 9 Summary: Two base hits: Robert son. Kinp. Stolen base: Carey. Sac rifices: Ring, Morrison, Bigbee, Ca rey. Double plays: Gooch and Ma ranville; Maranville, Tierney, Gooch and Barnhart; Smith and Konetchy. Bases on balls: Off Ring 2, Morrison 2. Struck out: By Ring 3, Morrison 7. Wild pitch: Morrison. o Mackmen And Pure Hose Split Double Republican A. P. Leased Wlrs PHILADELPHIA, Sept 24. Phil adelphia and Chicago divided a dou bleheader, both loosely played games. Scores: First game . R. H. E. Chicago 000 031 000 4 8 1 Philadelphia .004 300 00 7 14 3 Batteries Kerr, Fenner and Schalk; Yaryan; Rommel and er kins. Second game R. H. E. Chicago 460 020 303 18 17 1 Philadelphia .000 000 001 1 7 1 Batteries Faber, Schalk and Lees; Freeman, Wolfe, Keefe, Bishop and Myatt. o Fort Worth Wins Third Game From Southern Champs Republican A. P. Leased Wir; MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 24. Fort Worth defeated Memphis in the third game of the Dixie championship se ries today. Score: R. H. K. Fort Worth 11 17 1 Memphis 2 9 2 The count for the series now is: Fort Worth two games won, Memphis one. Totals 33 1 9 24 15 0 xBatted'for Tavener in 4th. ' xxBattet for Sargent in 9th. . WASHINGTON AB.R. H.PO.A. E. Judge, lb .. 8 0 1 6 2 0 Harris, 2b 2 Milan, If. 3 Rice, cf ..4 Goslin, rf. 3 Shanks, Sb 3 O'Rourke, ss. - 4 Picinich, c 3 Johnson, p. ........ 3 Totals 23 6 8 27 12 0 Detroit 100 000 000 1 Washington 011 003 OOx 5 Summary: Two base hits John son. Heilmann (2). Three base hits Shanks. Stolen ' bases--Shanks. Sacrifice Judge, Harris. Milan. Dou ble Dlav Young to Blue. Bases on balls Off Johnson 6; Oldham 4. 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