Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona on November 26, 1915 · Page 3
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Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, November 26, 1915
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fnE Arizona daily stab, Friday jiorxixo, soysMnEit sc, toa U. A.VARSITY IS OUTCLASSED BY line team Californians' Offensive Crashes Through- Arizona Line Like ' Germans Going East, While Defensive Is Like Stonewall ' That football Is a science and that Whittier la master of that science was proved yesterday whun th-'lr perfect team work on both defensive and of tensive enabled them to hold the University of Arlsona scoreless and to pile up 22 polnu for themselves, in the Thanksgiving Day rootkall game on Arlsona. field .yesterday afternoon. When Arlstona tried to buck the Whittier lino they always found some of the Quaker men In their way, and when they triad a forwan pass, invariably on of the speedy C-aker backs was ready to receive or tn'isa the pass, j The Quakers had a heavy charging line against which Arizona was hel-lesa, and they had a cool-headed, calculating, speedy back field which ulercrd the Red anil Hlun fnr irnlno throughout the game. Arizona played Its best, fiehting .hard and with a spirit that did not I quail throughout the game. 1 Tht First Quarter Porter started things with a klckoff. The ball went high Into the air and came down In Bogue'a hands, ho ran for 20 yards before he was downed. The famous Bull Finch chewed his gum calmly, then took the ball from Uogue and went through the Arizona line for 25 yards. Whittier, by short bucks, advanced the ball to the Arlsona 8-yard line and, when they failed to 'buck the line, tried a pass which Arizona broke up. Arizona was then given the ball on the-20-yard line and 1 Porter tried to kick it out of danser, but he was rushed and a little nervous. so thecal I went straight up in the air, coming down in the arms or h incli, I who. was downed on the l.Vyard line..! Finch was called for two line bucks j and took the ball across tha line on the i third trial for the first score. Bosjue 1 missed the goal. Shortly after this I Whittier got the tall on the Wildcat's 35-yard line and failed to make yards, so 'Mr. Bogue put a place kick between the goal posts from the 45-yard line. Score, Whittier 9, Arizona 0. The socond garter started with Arl-sona neotvln& . 15-yard penalty and C.ntwh McKnln r.pnriluir in Riihs . A first down made by Whittier and a rush ! through center by Bogue for 12 yarilsl put the ball on Arizona's 5-yard lino. A ouck was tried ana ranen. t men snot I a forward pas to Bogue, who scooped J It up off the ground and crossed the ' goal line for another score. Bogue STOLEN Seven Passenger Winton Six Touring Car Red running gear, black body, four doors, state license 2732, factory number 10793, Gordon tire left rear and Silvertown on right rear wheel. Liberal reward for information that will lead to arrest and conviction of thief and recovery of car. . MRS. W.H.BARNES AUTOS AND CARRIAGES FOR HIRE NEVARES & SAMP30N Stand, Windsor Hotel Day and Night Calls Outside Trips Taken Pity Calls, 25c King Gaining Ten Yards for Harvard in One of the heroes of the Harvard-Vale game last Saturday was King of Harvard, die made several Important , gains for the Crimson. Photo shows him going around Yale's right end for ten yards during the early part of failed to kick out, so lost his chance to try for the goal kick. A tew punts and bucks were exchanged and Whittier intercepted a forward pass on the 30-yard line, and the quarter ended. Arizona Line Holds The Whittier line came in on Ken-gla's punt and blocked It. a Whittier man falling on the ball. Chambers received a pass from Finch for 10 yards, advancing the ball to Arizona's 5-yard line. Here the Wildcats tightened up and the Quakers were unable to score. The same thing occurred a little later, whsn Arizona held them again on the 15-yard line. Arizona opened the last quarter with a pass that Whittier intercepted. The Quakers then tried to pass. One of the Whittier lads Jumped high in the air simultaneously with an Arizona man. Both hit it and it fell Into the waiting arms of the ever-present Bogue, who ran for a touchdown. However, the score did not count, as another Whittier man had already touched the ball. This bobble was righted a few minutes later, when Finch passed to Bogue for 10 yards and to Chambers for 10 yards more, and carried the ball over the line himself on two line bucks for the final score. Bogue kicked goal. 'The game ended with the ball on Arizona's 20-yard line in iWhlttier's possession. Officials Van Surdam of Wesleyan, referee; Schlademan of DePaw, umpire; Robinson of Northwestern, head linesman. Phone 584 Thankful for Peace and Plenty As we iiimimcr.W tlie many things for .which wo should lie thunkful, we arc reminded that our Great ("nun try is at. peace, with all Nations that our crops have been good and that business conditions are improving. Thankful is everyone who has an account with the Consolidated National Hank, when iill deposits are secure and earn a liberal rate of interest. Your account is cordially invited. ico Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. Consolidated National Bank Tucson'i Largest and Oldctt Bank REID BIKE RACE HI BY BILL GRABE Gives Field of Eight Other En trants Quarter Mile .Start; Passes Leaders on Return' From Pastime; Burgess, 2nd The Walter Reid bicycle race yesterday morning was won by Hill Grabe, , Tucson champion, In the approximate elapsed time of 25 minutes. The course was to Pastime park and back withe start and finish both in front of the Walter Reid bicycle shop. It measured 7.8 miles. The start was made at 10:20, 20 minutes later than ' had been announced, In order to allow the San Xavfer handicap cross country run to be finished, and also so that S. P. train No. 10 would be past the Stone avenue crossingat the time. The eight otner entrants got away in a bunch, and Grabe was held at the start until the riders passed the car barns on the north of the railroad tracks, which was the handicap agreed upon. Grabe made a phenomenal run but did not pass the leaders in the race, Raymond Burgess and Hugh Lee, until he reached Evergreen cemetery on the way back. Raymond Burgess came in next and Hugu Lee third. The other riders finished as follows: Norman, Dinn, Dan Burgess, Billy Codd, Henry Will, Harold Anderson and Frank Jacome. . The prises given by Mr. Reid were as follows: first, bicycle tire valued at $5; second, bicycle lamp; third, cyclometer: consolation, "neverleak." The race was. viewed both at the start and finish by a big crowd. Mr. Reid attended to the arrangements himself and A. B. Craig was the starter. The Modern Cafe gave the winner a turkey dinner. YESTERDAY'S LINE-UP The teams lined up as follows: Whittier. Position Arizona. Robbins L E R .Seeley, Kenaud .LOR Turvey .LG R.McGowan. Huss J. Seamon Gregg B. Chambers. .Center, .s Lynch McBurney RGL C. Porter, Carpenter ... R T L. ....... . Hendry ...REL.Hammels, Hallmark, Gilbert . . .Quarter. .Meyer, Ken- M. Saamon. J Douglas . . . Bogue gla, Crawford. Brackenburry ' VVoolloms South, ..LHR. H. Chambers. R H L A. Porter Finch Fullback.... Huss. Mc- I Pherson Saturday's Gome BILL AUREUS IS EASY WINNER OF IKS COUNTRY Does 3.4 Miles in 18:16 After Being Handicapped 2 Minutes in Favor of Other Five Entrants; Narcha, Second Ahrens, winner of the recent 12-mile San Xavler marathon, won the San Xavler handicap cross-country run yesterday morning, running the course of 3.4 miles in the actual running time of 18:10. He was handicapped two minutes, which brough-him in just 39 seconds ahead of Pab-io Narcho, Papago runner, who toos second place. Jochims, handicapped a minute, was third, and Harley cam-, in fourth. The race was a pretty one and was viewed by hundreds of people in various parts of the city through whicn it passed. Dig crowds were at Stone and Coneress. and In front cf the "Y" to see the finish. Karley and Narcho were started off in front of the 'Y" first by Starter Lannis, and, the paleface took the lead and held it in a slow run on Main to north of !the Espee tracks, where Narcho passed him in a spurt. Jochims started a moment . later and gainec. slightly on the two head runners, .bin in the meantime Ahrens, scratch man, had started' a moment behind Jochims and was gaining on all three. Ahrens passed Jochims and Harley on the run east from Main to Sixth avenue, and the real battle of the race was fought out on Sixth avenue between Narcho and Ahrens. The Indian did not have the speed of the local chap and Ahrens extended himself to pnss the Papago, accomplish ing the feat about Fifteenth street. After turning on Seventeenth, both men put on speed in the closing run down Stone and then on Congress, but Ahr'ins held a nice lead at the end. Jochims passed Harley in the meantime and finished third strong, and Harley came trailing in last of all. Both o' these men got good hands from the crowd, as did the Indian, who put up a game fight to keep the San Xavier champion from crossing first. I v Ahrena was awarded a quarter dozen shins, donated by the Steinfeld store; a $4 sweater from Kitt's Sons, and a $3 camera from the Smith Sport ! ing Goo'is company. The second prize, a $o autostron and safety razor from the Harrison Sporting Goods company and a $4 hat from Brannen's, went to Xarclin; while Jochims took the $4 pair of shoes from Harrv Drachmau and the watch fob from Greenwald & Adams. The consolation prize, a $3 fountain pen, went to Harley. The email number of entrants was a disappointment, but in other ways the race was a big success and everything went off smoothly. The runners were headed by the official car, a new King "8," donated by Harry Tufts for the occasion, who drove it, accomp.inie.l by Judges E. S. Parker and Cress Myerr. and Manager Her- rr.n. H. K. Heighton's car had Timer. Steepleton. Starter Lannis and Mr3. Ahrens. wife of the winner. Dr. Gott-helf, official physician, trailed the runners with his car, acenmnanied by Seeretarv Miller of the "Y." The runners were checked at the turns by two members of the Tucson Motorcycle club, Charles Russell and O. Scrivener. D. ,1. Duck of the same Hub carried water and sponges for the runners. . "BUMPcRV ARE BUMPED The "Rumners" won from the "numners" in a hotly contested basket hall game yesterday evening at the "Y" by ft Bco'e of 17 to 15. The teams lined up as follows: "Humpers," v. Kickett. McDole. Jones, Tlagley. Steepleton. "Humpers," F. Flckett, Ed Darnell. Harlev. Hartlev. Hoffman. The ame was tic and it was necessary to play another basket to decide it. For irrigating equipment - of tho highest degree of efficiency at the lowest cost, see The V. Ronstadt Co. Advertisement. Last call on the smartest weaves and finest styles that any man ever had set before him. Tailored by the Continentalby hand rea$onably priced fully guaranteed. R 8, No. 11. fsjsaBMga a 8gsn 1 , MBBMMM tt smsjsm ATTENTION TAXPAYERS December 13th, 1915, is the last day on which city taxes will be received. ' Do not allow them to become delinquent. PAY TODAY. J. E. WOODS, City Tax Collector. FOR RENT Attractive five - room house, close to University and car Mine. W. E. Murphey. MRS. E. CASTLE MISS O. E. CASTLE Castle Beauty Shop Equipment Up to Date and Strictly 8anitary Operators of years of experience in the east and lowest prices In Tucson WE DO Children's Hair Cutting, Fsce Bleaching, Electric Facial Massage, Electric Scalp Treatments, Shampooing, Hair Dressing and Manicuring for Ladies and Gentlemen. WARNER AUTO SERVICE New and Up-to-Date Cars COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY 99 TELEPHONE-city CALLS 25c Day and Night Service Residence Phone 645-J CATILENO AUTO SERVICE 4 Seven-Passenger Touring Cart 4 , City Calls, 25c; $2.50 Per Hour. Special Trips Solicited Luxurious Cars Prompt Service Careful Drivers STAND, BELL DRUG CO. PHONE 517 5 1 7 Hotel San Xavier Steam Heated ami Modern In Every Itcnrt. JOHN LATZ, Prop. Kant hroarlway. near S. P.' Depot, Tucson. Arlsona. All outxliie room: nlppplnir porr-hm; iat-, St. 00 and up: hot and fold, water; room with private bMh; dining room In cnnnenlon; European plan. Mil! 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