Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 5, 1909 · Page 2
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COVINA SHUT OUT. Woodill-Hulse Pitcher Ha3 Good Day In the Box Position, While Local* Pile Up Errors. Tho Woodlll-HnlKf baseball team j of LOR Angeles gave a clodded crimp | "lay account for the listless playing ami the subsequent defeat of the homers. However, there were sixteen f >*her Rood rensons why they could not win, so what's the difference? Pitcher Miller of the Klectric? was something of a show In himself. Five COVINA OUT OF RACE. Compton Easily Victors in Deciding Game.. .Brilliant Fielding Stunts Mark Contest. Compton won from Covina last Saturday afternoon on the home diamond by the ncore of 12 to r>. The contest was gamely fought out tn the finish by the local team, but a superior article of baseball bent them, thus putting Covina from the front ranks back Into third place and leaving Compton to fight It out with Monrovia for the championship. Not too much can be said of the sportsmanlike conduct of the Compton boys. They played clean, snappy base ball throughout, and none of the "bufih" tactics which some of the hits were registered from his delivery, home hoys display at times, much to but three of these were the veriest their discredit, were noli^eable. Dun- f'-rat/'hfM, and with his gilt edged kan acted as umpire. He is just a support, there was little chance of grammar school youngster, but the scoring. Only once did Covina. have a way he moved around (lie field, arid 'hance to prevent a shutout ; that was kept, things going, was good to see. in ""' eighth, when I'ete Aguayo The first and sixth Innings were knocked a hot one to left arid speeded the fatal frames for Covina. Rigglns <- f > third before the ball was In action went in to pitch, but by the time CJor- again. However, his over-anxiety to ton, the first man up, got a single and B '-'" ro resulted In his being nipped at Cleland had followed with a two-bag- the plate In attempting an impossible ger over tho fence, he was undergoing steal. a rising sensation. Then the farmer Russell was landed on consistently boys started some real baseball. Has- by the city men for fourteen blngs, kins bunted safely on account of but that wasn't the worst of it, for Klrby'K Juggle, scoring Corton. Howie 'he infield was for all the world like bunted safely, scoring Cleland and !l Helve. All that was necessary for HttHkins came In on a wild throw, passage to first was a little tap on the With three runs across and no outs K'-ouiid, that generally called for a Hull r-iime In from the field to relieve wlltl scramble. Hughes had a bad day the tentlon. lOveryl.hing was In his !lt short, missing several easy own hands after this. Htockwell sac- chances. rlflced Howe home, and two more Kollr hits and a fielder's choice net- were retired by the fan route: and an tf ' (1 '- wo n)IIH for U| o visitors in the out to first With Compton four second. In the next frame it only took scores to the good. Covina came to tw " llitH !lml '•' f '«»Plo of errors lo Inthe bat for a chance to even up .crease the lead by three. By this time things. Rigglns made a great two-| f!Vf! » tllf! mf)Ht - hopeful fan gave up base drive In this frame, hut. Corfon i hope, but stuck around for the lucky The hoodoo In active j outshone our debaters. Dorsey Stev- j ens has ability, as wherever he has 1 the ghost of a show with a question I he can build up a string of argument i that will win the audience and Judges ; over to his Hide every time. The working Judges, after what seemed an inter- to the aspirations of the Covina aggre- :order nowdays as regards athletics• mlnable wait, announced their decis- gallon of supposed sluggers, in a fea-! aru j debating, In fact it seems as if It ion. which gave Hollywood 192 1-3, tureless game played Decoration day ' were working overtime. Covina lost and Covina 173 1-3. The championship on the local diamond. The contest J the debate for the championship and banner was then given to Hollywood took place In a broiling sun, which u, f . baseball game -with Compton— by the president of the debating lea- well, the less said about it, the better. 'Tin a sad, sad tale, Gv/endolin. We gue, also the debating cup, and after this the medals for first and second are now 'out of It.," as regards the j place were awarded, first place going baseball championship. Sad yet true. tor Aschenbrettner. The results of the story contest for the commencement number of the The BOINHAM & ftlTCHA Cement Contractors LET US FIGURE ON ANYTHING IN THE CEMENT LINE SIDEWALKS AND CURBS OUR SPECIALTY We are experienced cement men and employ only skilled help. Home phone 1007 We hav« been "wa-hooed." Well, to tell of the massacre which i occurred In tho auditorium of tho Los High Hohool, Friday evening, i Cardinal have been announced. f an nod 'he. next, niun up. Just oiifp, in the fourl.li, did the lo- rrilfs }tnvp. ;i chanco to nutke n uliow- iriK. I full drew !i wfilk, Allison wierl- fic'-'d him to wccond, then Daniels put tho hall over the garden wall for a second hit of the kind In as many times at bat, and lie wag roundly cheered for It. Siirotte WIIH hit hy pitcher, and NlRK fmcriflcod. Chem- lierlon made n two-bawe poke, scoring Daniels and Sprotte. KlKtler funned, making the third out. With six runs In two Innings, and UB many more coming l.n tho remaining seven, the fans settled back to enjoy the fielding features of the visitors. Tho little Idea of winning put away entirely. In the sixth in- nlng Nigg landed one low to the trees fn deep center field, and raced away to mnko second base, but little Hare- Bnap.e In the middle garden, speeded in among the treew and made a great one handed stag. TlasUlns, the third baseman for tho visitors, showed lots of class, although he was credited with two errors. It la not often that a pitcher can land on a ball consistently, but Gorton did not have the least trouble to find Hull at will, lie got three hits, one of thorn a double, and would have had another if It had not rolled down a tree trunk Into Riggins' hands. In tho eighth two more dropped to the locals. Sprotte and Nlgg Mingled, Chomborlen sacrificing Sprotte homo. Kiatlor drew a walk, and Nlgg scored on a passed ball. This made tho home boys a total of five runs, but Compton had pluckod six more after the second inning Just for the fun of It. f'OVINA Alt H If SH TO Inning when Covina, would slip one over to prevent a shutout. Instead of this, HiiKHoll was pounded for two singles and a double, while Hughes made a miss that scored Chess, J. Wilson landed for two bases, and scored Owens. The fielding was of the ordinary variety, and furnished few thrills. A double play in the first was tho only thing that called for any show of feeling. Tracy caught Chess's bunt, and threw to first In time to catch CoHby off. Tho score: COVINA AB H It SB PO Kinder, KH Kirby, Ib... HlKKlns, If.. Hull, p AlliKon, c. . . Daniels ^b Sprotto cf N'it;K rf rheniberlen, Tot;.' Is (iortou p <'lelaiid rf llaskins, lib. 1 Ionic 1 b HUieUwoli, If i iarrlKon, '_'b llarosnape, < 'A'ellnian. ss Walld!!, e". . . :i . . . . r» 4 • > *> r, D ,, lib. •! L'!t CO.MI" Alt :- ( ., :: •i .... l . . . . l • f . . . r. .... i L' o 0 0 1 (1 >l >) 0 li ro: it u ., [. ii 0 II I) 1 • 1 *) 0 i i 0 1 1 1 !) X 11 • » • i 0 ., 0 II 0 0 t> () 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 •1 sit 1 II (1 I) 1) (I 1) 0 II Agtiayo, If.,., Tracy, 3b.... Stewart, 2b.., Forney, 'Ib... Fairly, rf. Montague, cf. Russell, p... I lughes, Kendall, King, c. 4 A 4 4 4 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 1 2 2 0 0 0 Totals 32 0 5 0 127 WOOD1LL-HULHIC AH H It SB PO Cosby, cf r> 0 0 Chess, Ib 5 2 2 Owens, Itb 5 2 2 Wilson, ss 3 1 2 Evans, rf C 2 1 ,1. Wilson, 2b 5 0 2 Sawyer, If f> 0 2 Laehy, c. 5 0 I Miller, p 4 0 2 May 28. We were "up against" Hollywood IliKh for the championship '*•''' bate, and the rinesUon was, "Rosoh«;d, that the present distribution of power between state and federal governments calls for readjustment in the direction of further centralization of power." Covlna'H debaters, Walter Aschenbrenner and Mary Ellcdge, affirmed, and had It been an oratorical contest, they would have secured first and second place respectively. As it. was, Aschenbrenner secured second place on the excellence of his argument and delivery, getting, a handsome silver medal as a reward. A goodly number attended the debate, both of high and grammar school students, also citl/.eiiH of Covina. I 4 os Angeles High was .strongly prejudiced in favor of Hollywood, and showed this by yelling exclusively for that school. The debate commenced about 8:l!0, one of the .Indues; being delayed, and after come enjoyable selections by the glee club of the Los Angeles High Hcl'ool, the firnt, speaker on the affirm- ati-.e. Waller Asehonbrenuor of Covina, spoke. His delivery was very nearly perfect, his personality pleasing, and his argument good. The next speaker, on the negative, Will Candee, was fall 1 in argument, although very poor in delivery, evidently suffering from a severe attack of stage fright. Our next, speaker on the affirmative, Mary ICllodge, did excellent work. Her delivery was fine, and she far surpassed Candee in both diction and argument. Hollywood's last speaker was the Infant wonder, who won the debate for his school. He might truly be called a "freak of nature," as he has won almost every debate he has taken part in. His delivery was Inferior to Aschenbrenner's, but In argument and "bluffing" he completely Sophomores took nil the prizes, Arthur lUxby securing first place and Fred Chemberlen second. Arthur Bixby. Covina Orange Groves We-have a large clientage buying good orange groves. If you want a quick sale, list your grove with us. "IT PAYS TO SEE us" EDWARDS & WILDEY CO. 232 Laughlin Blclg., Los Angeles D. W. McDonalfl, Covina representative Home phone 1295, Covina Educating for Work. Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena's well-known school, is sending to applicants Its new catalog. Its $200,000 College of Engineering building is being erected, the Academic Manual Training and Literary courses will be more attractive next year than ever, and Dr. Scherer, the Institute's distinguished president, has just returned from Europe with his brain teeming with plans for the benefit of the school and its pupils. Optimism and pessimism have fought many bloody battles; if Op- jlirninrn had not been a victor up to i date, hope would have died years ago. SEE A. WARNER FOR INSURANCE Take your choice of the following gil.cdge companies: LONDON & LANCASHIRE SPRINGFIELD FIRE & MARINE. ORIENT FIRE INSURANCE CO. ATLAS INSURANCE CO. All paid in full at San Francisco. A. WARNER AGENT. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. .41! 7 14 « L'7 13 Totals. . . .I',: 1 . IJ Id 1 L'7 1'.) if Sl'MMAUY Two-liasi' hits Hit;»'iiis, Mimicls :.'. Clicmlii-rli'ii. (iortoii, CK'laiul L', llmvii 1 . Sai-rllli-i- lilts- HasUiiis. Stoi-kwcll. Allison. Xinw. ClicinluTlfii. Kirs: liiii-i' on errors- Covina 11. ('i>iii|ii>iii 7. Ma.<fs mi lialls Oli Cortoii ::. Hull :'. .Vilil pit.-li Hull Ilii by pilrhrd ti.ill -Allisci'i '', S|>rtiiir lla.iliins. (!ar- r ; <'•;'. Time "l IM:I"- :' huiir.--. I'm |..;e I.' .in .-,:.. Totals. SUMMARY Two-bam* lilts- Agtmyo, ,1. Wilson. Sacrifice hit—\\MlHOii. Kirs! base, on errors Covina, 1; \VondilMlulso, f>. liases on balls—Off KusHcll. I. Struck out l!y llmmell. , r i, .Miller, 7. Double play- --Tracy to Forney, i'assod bull Kendall. Timo of uaim- I hour, •10 mimit<;.s. I'mplivs (loodrlch and ('hiirch. COVINA HAS EASY TIME. j Pioneer Stars Furnish Little Excitement for Fans in Slugging Match. Covimi won from tho i'ioneor Stars nl' I,us Angeles last Sunday afternoon in ii listless name of baseball, by the score lit' 17 to S. Very little common! is necessary, and at the urgent re lines! of tin 1 team, the lineup will be omitted. To play baseball with a nem'ii ar i;ror.at ion at any time is nut a very ruinniendable practice, but to hook up with an (uitlit of these individuals lit' lln 1 medieure baseball typo was nut i'ei;ai'deil by any (if the fans as nun h o\eitouioiit. The score w.ts aboil! II to 0 when Uussell j;a\e way to Tr.iey in the box. and it was al'l» r this that llie eniiiis annexed their tallies. There was one feature of the i;ai:ie that i st:. blisbos a ie.ord uli l lie lot al (li.-im<n:(l. l''nrnev i-.( t .1 i :•<• lllelit'iii' .-. pol-. e 1 li |i-''( In!' a b. ''•.•• I'll:, Star Refrigerators iuill. for tin- needs of tlif Pacific Const. Sanitary—Satisfying. Big lino of RANCH TOOLS Look over our stock of hoes, •placed for tin- summer work, rakes and tools of all kinds. The Spinner Washing Machine lone vent's of study in maoliines. Call and .Humph Sec it. Hurley's Hardware COVINA, CAL. AN EASTERN TRIP .VIA SALT LAKE ROUTE Is 0110 of comfort and pleasuro. 'Tis the Short Line from Southern California, via S;,H I.ake City, with beautiful scenic features mill excellent train service. In addition to the famous LOS ANUKl.KS I.IM1TKI), carrying both Mt.nuiard and tourist sleepers through to Chicu.no in Three Day, the Overland Kxpress carries THROUGH SLEEPING CARS LOOK! LISTBN! If you want to see that nice new AUTO Laundry Delivery Wagon, just drop a card to Lorbeer Bros.' Pomona Steam Laundry, the ablest and most up-to-date laundrymen in the valley, and tell them to call for your laundry or give you their price on work. We call Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Work stric.tly up-to-date. POMONA STEAM LAUNDRY Are You Going to Build? If so, it will pay you to let me figure with you. First class work, prices right, satisfaction guaranteed. M. B. FolSOm, Contractor and Builder Phone 214 COVINA, CAL. EfciffKiutti rsar.-*!a» ^ LEG'S EGQ MAKER SUCCESSFUL ^'~ ^ u ' OK '-^ POULTRY RAISERS USB Los Angeles Incubators EVERYTHING IN POULTRY SUPPLIES Acme Roup Cure—50c Postpaid HENRY ALBERS CO. 534 S. MAIN ST. LOS AINGLLES H E A L D 'S 614 South Grand Avenue, Lo»An»ele», California. The greatest business training institution in the south/ Open during the entire year. Write for particulars. ' J. W. LACKEY, Manager. Patrick H. Te*lle>y Cement Pipe flanufacturer ALL SIZES AND IN ANY QUANTITY Estimates furnished.—All work guaranteed. Agent for KANSAS CE/WEINT Large or small quantities. Yards, Azusa Avenue, just north of San Bernardino Road Telephone, Home 3249 Postoffice Address, Covina House Moving McCRARY BROS, are prepared to make contracts to move buildings of every description, heavy machinery and tree moving with promptness and despatch. We have the experience of years in the business and guarantee our work. McCrary Bros. ARGUS BLOCK Phone 5008 Covina, Cal. TO CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL ,iiul m.uiy >'thi i !' iui> vi.i various routes K;i>t of Sail Lake I'iiv. V.nir |iair"ii.i,ue wiil IK apprcciateil, .iild full ji.irticu- l.i.'-. i f ••.i:c.- ti.iin^. eU'.. liny I'e 'a.ul fr.M'.i Salt L.tke Koute Agent Smooth Surface Roofing An absolutely new process that resists all weatheri Kepckhoff-Cuzncr Mill and Lumber Ca. Home 148, Sunset 253. Covina, Cal. Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. Building Contractor COVINA, CAL. 1 Covina Livery Stables ; J. J. FitzGcrald, Proprietor Special Rates to Travelling Men Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged Home Phone - l-!cs. Phone !"24 ;^A^^

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