THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; PHOENIX. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 191.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
WHITE SOX SWAMP -
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.11 18-1 SCORE
The Sox were rlglit Sunday afters
noon and the Glendale Greys permit
ted Ilaldiman'a crew to invade the
home lot tor ari IS tol victory.
. The players 11 fattened their bat
tins averages, pounding three Glen
dai pitchers, frpra the mound. Dinty
Moore led the procession with five
smacks in five trips, to tjhe plate,
clicking one for four bases, a, three -bager,
two deuHes and -a -single
soma feat for the custodian of the
Teaney and Warren also connect
ed lor home runs while Phat and Fin
ley Westfall bagged their share of
Captain Sorrey played his usual
brilliant game at short.
-liickey went all the way for the
Box with Meason doing the receiving.
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; For Dallas Game
tRepubilcan A. P. teased WirtJ
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 5. The
Vnlversity of Pennsylvania today de
clined an invitation from the State
Fair association of Tea Aq -end a.
football team to compete against the
Texas Agricultural college at Dallas.
The fair association was informed
that the team had been disbanded for
For Player Who
r Failed 2 Times
John McGraw of the; New York
Giants is generally considered one
of the greatest managers in the his
tory of the game.
McGraw Is supposed to be an ex
cellent judge of ball players. One
need only glance at his record in
the -majors for proof of that.
However, the greatest managers
Very often make mistakes. They
often turn some player adrift who
later develops into a -star.
The case of .Arnold Statz, who was
the sensatlort of the Pacific Coast
league; 'isrir excellent- example of
that truth. " "
- Stats-was a-star, at Holy Cross
four or five-year .back. Jesse Bur
kett was coaching Holy Cross at the
time.- Burkett and McGraw are pals.
The fact .that Burkett believed
Statz had a-fine chance to make good
In the majors caused McGraw to pay
the collegian a fancy salary to Join
thS Giants. - ' ' -
McGraw is a manager who takes
snap action. " Statz is a very -small
fellow. McGraw usually likes big
fellows. He soon decided Statz
wasn't u big1 league possibility;
"Walvws were asked for him. His
fame was "besf known to the Boston
Americans; since Holy Cross is lo
cated at Worcester;-Mass.;- about 69
miles from Boston.--' ' - -
Statz received short-trial in the
American - -league and proneunced
lacking. .He was sent to -the- Pacifio
Coast league. He -was the sensa
tion of that circuit last year. Now
a numbef of major league clubs are
AMERICAN LEAGUE MEETS 14TH
CHICAGO, Dec. 5. - The annual
meeting of the. American League will
be held In New York December 14.
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. THIS TIGER'S A BEAR! Ralph Charles Gilroy, said just that way,
sounds like a soft name, but Gilroy is one of the best defensive backs that
ever wore the moleskin. And he was a bear, as the saying is; oh the Prince
ton offense against Harvard and Yale. Hence, he will be captain of the
Princeton Tigers next year.
BABE RUTH DRAWS
MAY 20 AND LOSES
WORLD SERIES CUT
(Republican Associated Press Leased Wirt) i
CHICAGO, Dec. S. "Bad news" for "Babs" Ruth, world's champion
home-run hitter with the Nw York Yankees, broke today. Ruth was
fined his world's series prize of $3,362 and suspended until May 20 of
the 1922 seasoh by Judge Landis, commissioner of baseball, for partici
pating in exhibition games following the close of the world's series.
Outfielder Bob Meusel and Pitcher William Piercy, also members of
the Yankees, who participated irr the barnstorming trip, drew subttan
tially the same penalty. Piercy's fine was S100 less than the other two,
his share of the world's series being that much lessr
Suspension of Ruth for at least the first month of the Amerioan
League pennant race, practically means, baseball observers pointed out,
that he will have little chance next season of breaking his record of
59 home runs. He will not be eligible to apply for reinstatement until
May 20 the season starts about April 14.
The decision which, in the baseball world, is the most important
Judge Landis has made, came after two months' deliberation.
The rule, enacted in 1911, forbids a member of a team competing In
the world's championship series from participating in any exhibition
games after the close of ths series.
Today's Sport Angle
WILL ABIDE BY
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN'S
Phoenix to Coast: Efirenburg ferry new in operation. Parker road
fair. Road to Yuma rough but passable. . -J - -
Phoenix to Prescott: Via Wickenburg. good except somewhat rough
between Glendale and Agua Fria river. Black Canyon road good, but
rough between New River and Canon. -
Phoenix to Casa Grandes River fsrdable now. Florence to Casa
Grande road good.
Phoenix to Globe: Apache Trail rough. Superior-Miami road not
yet open to traffic. " ' . ( ,"
Phoenix to Florence: Additional 10 miles of paving south of Chand
ler now open. Desert roaej quite fough.v State 'h'Fgh way fine' except for
short distance north of Florence.
National Old Trails: Springerville to Flagstaff good. Flagstaff to
Kingman, few rough spots. Kingman to California, take Oatman road.
Prescott noth Jto Old Trails Highway: Chino valley road good. Road
to Flagstaff via Jerome good, via Camp Verde, rough.
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BUFFALO, N. Y, Dec. S The pen
alty Imposed on Babe Ruth and two
other slayers of the New York
American league team for disregard
ing an order against playing In exhi
bition games after the world's series,
overshadowed . all else in interest
among baseball infen, here today, for
th twenty-first annual meeting of
the "National Association of Profes
sional Baseball leagues.'
Deals for players. President M. H.
Sexton's campaign -for greater econ
omy in the management of smaller
leagues, and the possibility of rein
tating ihe draft system, . were tem
porarily side-tracked while magnates
and players discussed Commissioner
Landis' ruling "Swi its possible -effect
on the national game next season. It
was the generally expressed opinion
that best interests of the came de-
maftded disciplining of "the players
ad that the penalty imposed would
have the efiect of putting a stop to
a'-nstoiniing'-ticiri-'il....:e v -
Colonel J. C. Ruppert and Colonel
T. L. Hus.ton, owners of the Yankees,
said that "they would abide by the
The national board of arbitration
today took up 126 cases of xiisputes
over contracts, releases and other is
sues growing out of the season's play
in 26 minor leagues. Nine cases
were disposed of today.
U 5. C. Accepts Game
With Centre Dec. 26
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 5. Acceptt
ance by the University of Southern
California of an Invitation to meet
Centre, College in a football game at
San Diego, Calfi., December 2i, was
announced here today by Ralph La
Porte, chairman of the faculty ath
BIG FIGHT WEEK
s :.- Republican A- P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK, D ec. 6. Three for
mer champions and a newly crowned
titleholder in the fstic world will ap
pear in bouts scheduled here this
week. Pete Herman and Joe Lynch,
former bantamweight champions;
Mike O'Dowd, former middleweight
king, and Johnny Dundee, the Junior
lightweight champion, will be en
gaged. Herman will resume, his campaign
for the title now held by Johnny Buff
in a 15-round contest Thursday with
Packey O'Gatty. Lynch will meet
Max Williamson of Philadelphia In 10
rounds Friday night. O'Dowd has
Lou Bogash, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
for an opponent in a 12-round bout
Dunde and Sailor Friedman of Chi
cago are . principals in another 12
round bout Friday night.
Freddie Jacks Wins
From George Chaney
. Republican A. P. Leased Wire
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 5. George
Chaney,. Baltimore, lost to Freddie
Jacks Pf England in the second round
of a scheduled eight-round bout to
night on a foul. Jacks claimed to
have been hit low and the referee
stopped the bout.
FOUND SOMETHING, ANYWAY
From the Pittsburgh Chronicle
Telegraph. "You remember that handsome
watch I lost five or six years ago?"
'.'Yes, I recall the occurrence," re
plied his friend.
"You remember how I looked high
and low for 1t and could not find it
- VI remember your diligent and ex
"Well, yesterday I put on an old
wais.coSt that I hadn't worn foi
years arid what c"o you think I found
in the pocket?" -
"Your watch; let me congratulate
"No; I found the hole I must have
lost it through."
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WOMAN AND WOMEN
"Women classify each other by
their boots and shoes as well as bv
their underclothes; underclothes tell
one woman if another ispires to love;
boots and shoes tell her whether she
aspires to admiration."
"One's not dignified when one's hi
"Women who have love troubles
are intolerably proud of them. They
feel that they are heroine in a drama
and they want to perform." "The
Confession of Ursula Trent." '
In Major Races
Comebacks played a prominent
part in the major leagues last year.
The most sensational, of course,
was Red Faber of the Chicago White
pox. H,e was the most effective
pitcher in the American league.
The work of Babe Adams with the
Pirates was just about as brilliant.
This veteran of many campaigns was
a big factor in 'the fine showing of
Joe Bush, who was believed to be
about all in, was a wonder with Bos
ton. At times he had as much speed
as he ever had. Incidentally, he
pitched with rare intelligence.
Two stars who didn't go very big
last year were Grover Alexander and
Walter Johnson. Some say Alex
ander has passed the peak of his
greatness. It will be Interesting to
see what these two pitchers do next
According to the latest report.
Christy Mathewson has had another
relapse and his condition is Very
During the summer Mathewson ap
peared to be on the way to a perma
After a long struggle covering a
period of nearly two years, he had
gained strength to such an extent
that he was permitted to take a daily
ride in his auto.
Recently the fans of New York
tendered a testimonial benefit to
Mathewson which produced a fund
of over $30,000.
At that time Mathewson sent word
that he hoped to be back home with
in a year.
Word comes Saranac Lake that the
relapse, attended by high fever, came
"Which weeds are the easiest to
kiH?" asked young Flickers of Farm
er Sassfrass, as he watched that good
man at his work.
"Widow's weeds," replied the farm
er. "You have only to say 'Wilt
thou?' and they wilt." London
iWeekly. Telegraph. - - --
Fourteen Bike Teams
Bunch In 6 Day Grind
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK, Dec. 5. Fourteen of
the 16 teams competing in the annual
six-day bicycle race in Madison
Square Garden were bunched tonight
after the twenty-second hour, all
having covered 463 miles and two
laps. Lands of the Lang-Lands team
Billard and Alavoine. and P.ello and
Gaffney teams, lapped by the field
in a jam (luring the early morning
sprints, still were a lap behind.
THE ODDS AGAINST HIM
From the Sydney Bulletin.
"Do you think you could care for a
chap like me?
"Oh, yes. I think so if he wasn't
too much like you "
T IIDINP Nighl and Mornlaft
Ilk Fi. If the v Tire. Itch.
f cJ&lJ Smart or Burn, if Sore,
r.rC Irritated. Inflamed or
often. f solhes. Refreshes. Safe for Infant
or Adult At aH Drucgistsand Optidsn
- Writo tot Free Eys Boc. Uc in e to. Oka
Is it bbsslfite'fbr Oft man to make
or "breik" a ball "club? The idea that
oris, man can make a ball club Is often
scouted. However, there is ho deny
ing that the loss of one' man can very
often break a ball club. I have in
mind the case of Joe Gedeon and the
St. Louis Browns of last summer.
Gedeon was one of those players
who did his work without much show.
Therefore he never received the
praise due him. Praise that would
have been showered on a flashier
infielder. I had always rated Joe
Gedeon second to Eddie Collins when
considering ' valuable" secortd-sackefs.
" Iran Jde Gedeon been with the St.
Louis club last Bummer, the Browns
might ' have won the" pefinant. In
the "early sprTng at" 'least' 15 games
were lost out of the first B0 because
of the "lack of a finished, experienced
second baseman.' - -
. Failure to play'prbperly" for certain
hitters allowed many ground balls td
go safe that would have been easy
outs. Inability to complete double
plays often enabled a team to put
over the winning runs after the side
should have been retired. Likewise,
the master mind, of - Gedeon, who
was constantly directing the play of
the team, was sadly missed.
Tea, 4hey laugh at you when you
say that a certain player is just
about the whole team. It is usually
argued that a - club can get along
without this o.that player no matter
how -valuable he may be. That is
true, bOt'Wfail the club IS getting
squared away the loss of that certain
athlete plays baveo with ths team's
eianees. -No better- example- than
the case of Joe Gedeon could be ot
fered. -B.- A ' '- . -
Close To $10,000 Is
G wen Champ Bo wlers
At Des Aloines Meet
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
DES MOINES, Iowa, Dec. 6, Cash
prizes totaling $9,944.25 and nine gold
medals were being distributed to
night among winners of the Middle
West Bowling associations fourteenth
annual tournament which ended here
First money In -the five-man event
went to thft Hutchison Ice Cream
team of Des Moines, with a score of
S0J.7. .- . ... -.. - -
J. Danek and J. Hradek of Chicago
won first money in the doubles event
with a score of 13el. . ,
i Individual honors went to O. Falk
enbach of St. Joseph, Mo. who madt
a score of 726.
" G. Gabel of Des Moines was 'the
all-events champion rolling a score
bt 4911. r ' . "-- -
During the tournament all middle
west bowling records were broken.
Next year's tournament will be helt,
at Kansas City.
COULDNT OBLIGE TWO
The taxi ordered by an old tnald
Was late in arriving, and the driver
had a fairly hot time after drawing
tip. "I shall probably miss" my trftlrt,
the Irate lady informed him, "arid I
shall hold you responsible, my man.
Do you understand 1 ' I want--your
name!" - - - -
'. Quick came th teply: Til let you
have my number if you like, but you
oah't have my name. That's promised
to another la aaie."--London Weekly.
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$1.00, $1.50, $2.50 '
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