Winslow Mail, August 22, 1908

Winslow Mail

August 22, 1908

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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 22, 1908, Winslow, Arizona VOL 22. 1008. No BO BASEBALL Won Lost Pet. Winslow 24 2 Winslow 4-Williams 3 Winslow 7-Williatns 3 Two games of baseball were played here last the local boys taking both The opposing team was made up of players from Ash Williams and Flagstaff under the of E. H. The were late in arriving on ae count of the delay to the morning trains from the The morning game was shortly after 11 a. mM the players from the west going direct to the ball ground from the The game was a seven ning short to allow the as well as the time to get their dinner before the afternoon performance Winslow succeeded in scoring four runs during their time at bat during the first but were prevented from scoring in any quent Baca having tied down and the visiting field ers being on the The Williams boys scored one run in the fourth and two in the were unable to connect with delivery in their half of the seventh Sprankle was in the box for Winslow in the morning game and held the visitors down to two hits and gave but one base on while for out five men against the scored five hits off his of caught both games for the visitors did good his pegging to second being ot a high In the afternoon game was again the victor by a score oi 7 to Bazell and were the battery tor Doyle doing the heavy work for the The game opened with Williams at bat but neither side scored until the fourth inning when Willis made a home Woods coming from first on the To even up matters also scored two runs in this Downs and Duffy ing the Again in the fifth Winslow made three a hit by Duffy bringing in Chatfield and Eberlei Duffy scoring on a hit by In the seventh inning Winslow annexed more Eberle Game called at 7 Downs working their Two base Base around while the visitors frn Baca oil getting three men Williams scored one in their half ot the Moore making a home there being no runners on the bases at the Both games Sunday were well played and taken altogether were somewhat better than any games played on the local diamond during this Lack of team work had the visitors handicapped but their inability to hit the ball at critical times helped bring about their The attendance at the morning game was very the fans evidently thinking that on account of the lateness of the trains there would be no In the afternoon the attendance was fair but not near so good as it has been at many previous Gillette and Mattox umpired both games and if the absence of kicking by the players and roasting by the occupants of stand is any criterion the work of the must have been exceptionally The weather was all that could be desired the day being cloudy and warm there being every in of rain during the day but none Manager Duffield set a good example Sunday helping to cut down the time of the game by having his men ready to bat when it was their turn as well as moving on and off the diamond in quick First Game Williams Sprankle i. Hit by Sprankle 1, Baca 1. Struck out- By Sprankle 2, by Baea 5. Second Game Williams M D. Downs C. Downs 3rd4000 40 7 11 6 Home Two base Base on Bazell 1. off Hatcher 2. Hit by Hatcher 2, by Bazell Struck Bazell 11, by Hatcher 4. Off off Bazell 5. 0 D. Downs C. Downs Smitzdorf 3rd3001 Sprankle Flagstaff Jr's Same Old The Flagstaff junior baseball team happened to the on Sunday losing another won only one this Winslow boys winning by a 7-6 In the early innings the local kids played rings and doughnuts around and above their opponents and had the game but the youngsters from after a few drops of moisture had found the ball whether it was there or for and For Seitz and Travis It was a good game considering the slippery condition of the The slugging on both sides was of a heavy Flagstaff The local team was preparing for a series of three games with the Albuquerque Browns Saturday and but the tournament was called of by the We understand that the same aggregation that were here last Sunday wish to play again but nothing definite can be learned at this Friday Labor A Proclamation by the Governor of To the People of By Act of Congress approved June 28th, 1894, the first Monday of September in each being the day celebrated and known as Labor's was made a legal public holiday to all intents and purposes in the same manner as the first day ot the twenty-second day of the thirtieth day of May and the fourth day of July are made by law public 1, Joseph Governor of the Territory of do now hereby the seventh day of 1908, being Labor to be a legal public holiday to all intents and purposes as first day of the twenty-second day of the thirtieth day of May and the fourth day oi July are legal and recommend its celebration and observance as may seem to the people In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to be Done at the City of the this twelfth day of nineteen hundred and JOSEPH H. By the JOHN H. Secretary of the Territory of Death of Mrs. Keeller At North on August 14, 1908, at 3 o'clock p. m. Mary J. Keeler beloved wife of W. A. dear daughter of F. W. and dear sister of Mrs. Helena Mrs. Flora and Ida and F. W. Keisker Jr. Funeral from residence of her Mrs. H. H. No. 1894 August 18,, at 8:30 a. to St. Henry's thence io Calvary Mr. and Mrs. Keeler were formerly residents of Winslow and well and favorably known The death of Mrs. Keeler comes as a shock to their many ;