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management to refuse admission to
people wearing anything but light
shirts for the last three years and I
cannot understand why this gentle
man should pick on the hockey
games to take out his wrath.
He refers to a hockey game as a
pink tea match, and if said party
would make himself acquainted with
the management I would gladly give
him a cahnce in one of these games
any Sunday afternoon and would
guarantee that after he played in a
game 15 minutes he would not be
able to sit up and write letters to The
Day Book for some time.
If Mr. G. A. Ahlstrom has ever been
at Riverview rink before this fatal
Sunday afternoon he would have no-
WHERE TROOPS WILL
ticed that no jerseys, or woolens as
he calls them, are allowed to enter
in the building. If he happens to
have a girl friend that he thinks
something of he certainly would not
like to take her to the rink among
a bunch of fellows who look as
though they just got off of a rattler
from the Bowery in New York. P.
T.Harmon, Manager Riverview Rink.
New York. J. P. Morgan has of
fered to co-operate in raising large
endowment fund for American Col
lege in Rome. RockefeUer.'Prick and
Vanderbilt will chip in.
Washington. Sen. Miles Poindex
ter introduced bill calling for imme
diate construction of 100 submarines
This map shows where U. S. troops
returning from Mexico with Pershing
will be stationed to guard the border.
1 Nogales will have a squadron
of the Tenth cavalry.
2 Fort Huachuca, a squadron
and a troop of the same regiment
3 Fort Apache will have a troop
of the Tenth.
4 Douglas will have two bat
teries of the Sixth Field artillery.
5 Columbus will be garrisoned by
the Twenty-fourth infantry, with the
aero squadron, eight truck com
panies and two pack trains.
6 Fort Bliss, at El Paso, will hold
the majority of the troops the Fifth
and Seventh cavalry. Sixth, Six
teenth and Seventeenth infantry, one
battalion of Fourth field artillery, the
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Second regiment of engineers, four
pack trains, two wagon companies,
all signal troops except the first aero
squadron, and all sanitary troops ex
cept an ambulance company and
7 Sable Pass will have Ambu
lance company 7 and Field hospital
8 Fort Sam Houston, at San An
tonio, will have the- Eleventh and
Thirteenth cavalry, and two wagon
companies, for use in case of-emer
gency along the kwerj&k-xaui',a.