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Monday, February 7, 1910.
Gillie GAME OF
.Rules Committee Makes a
Number of Changes in
New Tork, X. Y., Feb. 7. The foot
ball rules committee, "which adjourned
Saturday night to meet again March 25,
has some radical changes in view for the
radical game of xootDall as It is played
at present- The amng tacKie, the last
relics of barbarism since the flying
wedgef must go, ahe reformers say. Al
so the 35 minute halves. These halves
are to be shortened to 30 minutes, and
these 30 -minute halves in turn are to be
divided into 15 minute periods of play
with five minutes intermission between
the playing periods and 15 minutes inter
mission between halves. In considering
the savage tackles, which have the In
dian sign on them, the player -who plays
in the back field on the defensive and
receives the punts is tovbe particularly
protected from the vicious rushes of
the charging ends on the opposite side.
The rules committee appointed a sub
committee composed of A. A. Stagg, of
Chicago, Dr. TV. L. Dudley, of Vander
bilt. and O. TV. Savage, of Oberlin col
lege to consider a list of tenative rules
in the form of two separate plans, which
were drafted at the meeting held here.
These rules are:
1 Seven men on the scrimmage
2 No pushing or pulling of the man
with the ball.
3 Prohibition of diving tackles.
4 Ends going down the field not to
5 Phryers going down the field un-
der a punt not to approach nearer than
five yards to catcher or punter until
he has touched the ball and then not to
tackle him or charge forward unless
ae starts to run with the ball.
6 Elimination on side kick.
7 First man receiving the ball to be
Yllowed to carry it anywhere.
S Forward pass allowed over any
part of the -line to men on ends of .the
line or behind the line when, the ball is
put in play.
1 Divide the halves as already speci
fied, play to be resumed by the side
in possession of the ball when the pre
ceding period closed.
2 Seven men on the line of offense
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and three back tto be at least four yards
in the rear of the line.
(This would eliminate the tandem play
preferred by Harvard.)
3 Forward pass to be made and
caught only by players standing be
hind the ine when the ball is put In
4 In offensive plays between the
two 25 yard lines the team with, the ball
must advance it 10 yards in consecu
tive downs or forfeit possession. On
this article the committee states itself
as open to, further advice.
1 Seven men on the line of scrim
mage with the back field of offense
limited to four men, center rush al
ways in the center and no interchange of
2 Eliminate neutral zone and onslde
3 No runner with the ball to re
ceive any help Until he has reached
the lines of scrimmage. This would re
duce the weight of the attack.
4 Distance to be gained seven yards
in four downs.
First race, five furlongs,- purse
Isabel Case won; Rye Straw second;
Lady Stalwart third. Time, :41 1-5.
Second race- mile, selling Smug
won; Fulfill second; Fair Louise third.
Third race, six furlongs, purse Jack
Atkin won; Magazine second; John
Griffin third. Time, 1:12 2-5.
Fourth race. Old Town handicap,
mile and a quarter Pulka won; Old
Honesty second; Sotemia third. Time,
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Dr.
Barkley won; Top Note second; Cam
pion third. Time, 1:12 4-5.
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles, selling High Range won; Para
dise Queen second; John Carrol third.
First race, five furlongs, selling
piopico won; Claiborne second; Annie
Donahue third. Time, 1:04 1-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Jack tfDennerlen won; Caesar
second; Morpeth third. Time, 1:11.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling
Nebulosus won; Okenite second; Judge
Saufley third. Time, 1:32 4-5.
Fourth race, selling, handicap, mile
and 70 yards Kercheval won; Autumn
5 Girl second; Bannock Bob third. Time,
Fifth Tace, five furlongs, selling
Cloisteress won; Lottie Darr second;
Lucullus third. Time, 1:03 2-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling
Punky won; Dry Dollar second; Clys
mic third. Time, 1:17-1-5.
First race, futurity course, selling
Adena won; Mollie Montrose second;
(Round and Round third. Time, 1:112-5.
Second race, three and a half fur-
longs, purse Frank Ruhnstaller won;
Indora second; Grenide third. Time,
Third race, Futurity course, selling
Marburg won; Madeline Musgrave
second; Father Stafford third. Time,
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling
Rosslare won; Dareington second; Ald
er Gulch third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Fifth race, mile and 70 yards Keep J
Moving won; Sink Spring second; ,
Buckthorn third. Time, l:4o 2-o.
Sixth race, 5 furlongs, purse-i-John
H. Sheehan won; Bellewether sec
ond; Myles O'Connell third. TI;me.
Through the Sunny South
&&& J. E. MONROE, C. T. A.
3&t Regis Hotel.
BtJi.ES AS FOLLOWS:
Arrive Phoenix 2:40 P.M.
Arrive Phoenix 6:55 P.M.
Arrive Phoenix 7.00 A.M.
Dene, the Horse, and Garner
the Jockey, Win at
50 to 1.
Dene and Garner won a race at
Terrazas park Saturday that made the
sports sit up and wonder why they
overlooked such a good combination.
Dene was the horse and Garner the
jockey. Both had class, and were in
great form for the one mile selling
race which was run off second Sat
urday. Dene opened at 20 -to 1, was
completely Ignored by the talent and
was chalked up to 40 to 1 and on
some books as high as 50 to 1 with few
if any takers. The onl-y ones to get on
this mare were a few followers of thk
game who play the jockeys stronger
than the horses. They placed a dollar
or two on Dene because Guy Garner
was up on her. In return for this
little compliment Garner caused them
to cash in from 40 to 50 times their
original investment by winning the
race. This is the longest shot horse
to win at the track this season.
Getting away seventh in a field of
10, Dene was outrun by Arcourt, Gun
ston and the others in the early history
of the race, but when ready 'Garner let
her have the crop and she romped
home to victory ahead of her field.
Dene proved to be the best of this
race and her winning was due to no
j accident but rather to the fact that
j she, had improved and was ready right
up to tne Danner. uunsron ran nis
race early and Arcourt iuit at the
Bedwell tiers Acqnia Back.
H. G. Bedwell returned Acquia to his
stable Saturday by bidding her up
from $300 to $500 over Gaskins, who
got her in the same way. Acquiifwon
the third race handily and Bedwell de
cided that he needed just such a per
former in his stable. May "Bride, the
winner of the fifth, was claimed out of
a selling race last week by her present
owner, who got a bargain in the ches
nut filly out of Modrjda by Dr. Mc
Brlde. The Summaries.
First race, selling, threeyearolds,
value to first, 225, five furlongs
Rio Pecos, 107 (Rice) won; Cherokee,
97 (J. Wilson) second; Dan Norton, 109
(McCahey) third. Time, 1:00 4-5. El
Perfeoto, George Field, Billy Bard,
Sainfox and -Block ran.
Second race, selling, fouryearolds
and upward, value to first $200, one
mile Dene, 100 (Garner) won; Almena,
100 (J., Wilson) second; Gunston, 102
(BenscToten) third. Time, 1:40 1-5.
Hancofck, Arcourt, Tiflis, Sad News,
Alice Collins, and Tod ran.
Third race, selling, fouryearolds and
"upward, mares, value to first $200,
seven furlongs Acquia, 100 (Benscot
enjf won; Lady Garven, 105 (Austin)
second; Minnie Bright, 100 (Smith)
tftird. Time, 1:26 4-5. Myrtle Dixon,
6ra Sudduth, True Sif, Goldan and Ar-
Fourth race, handicap, threeyearolds
value to first $300, seven furlongs
Topland, 107 (Austin) won; La Dextra,
97 (Ramsey) second; German Silver,
106 (McCahey) third. Time, 1:261-5.
Rustem, and Kiddy Lee ran.
Fifth race, selling, threeyearolds,
value -to first $225, five furlongs May
Bride, 97 (Garner) t won: Mike Molett,
104 (Molesworth) second; Alve B., 104
(Austin) third. Time, :59 4-5. Kyle,
Father Eugene, Delf, Malitine and So
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first $225, one mile
and an eighth Buna, 102 (Garner)
won; Alma Boy, 112 (Molesworth)
second; Miss LIda, 105 (Rice) third.
Sam Taylor, Pedro, Tom Franks, and
Knight Blase ran.
EL PASO TEAMS
LOSE BOTH GAMES
Are Defeated by the Visiting
Teams in Games at Y.
M. G. A.
Both the high school boys and the
high school girls were defeated in the
double header basketball game at the
Y. M. C. A. Saturday night The higli
school boys five lost to the fast A. &
3L team from Mesilla Park, the final
score being 30 lo 28. The high school
girls' team lost to the Silver City Nor
onal school girls' five, score 13 to 10.
The games were exciting and both fast,
although the rules of the girls' game
restrict the over the floor play so that
they cannot put up the swift floor play
that the boys can with their less re
A. & 31. Game.
In the first half of the high school
A. & JL game, the race was an exciting
one, the score remained almost even
throughout the half. The high school
tied the A. & M. score In the second half
with a whirlwind team play bat the A.
& M. were just as fast and the second
half closed with the score two points to
the good for the college team and with
Shea's throw for the basket rolling
around the rim of the basket and then
falling out This would have tied the
score had it gone through the mesh. The
whistle blew just as Lymantwas throw
ing a foul goal, another piece of hard
iuck, tne nigh school players think.
The tgame between the two girls' team
was an interesting exhibition of the
game slightly modified for the fair
ones. The Normal school team played a
faster game than the A. & M. college
girls' five did here in their last game
and the local girls responded with a
rush. The score was tied in the second
half of this game -also, and the excite
ment was as intense throughout t'e two
halves as it was during the boys' con
test. NO BIG AUTO
iew Orleans Meeting Very
Tame Affair, Even "With
New Orleans, La., Feb. 7. In spite of
the fact that Barney Oldfield, Ralph de
Palma and Ben KIrscher are here for
the automobile speed carnival, the rec-
i ords made on the opening day were noth
ing to boast of as no records were
broken and the sport was tame. In the
fifth -mcc Olrlfiplf? romftliiari h)iinr! rift
Palma for eight miles and then went to J
the front and won at the end of the 10
mile race. In the 25 mile stock car race
Leigh Lynch, driving a Jackson .car,
smashed into the fence and broke his
machine, but escaped uninjured. Oldfield
was leading n his Knox stock carrand
The results of the races were:
First race, 20 miles; stock cars, with
piston displacement from 301 to 450 inch
es Jackson (Leigh Lynch), 21 .minutes,
I 44 seconds won; Packard (H. F. Ful
ton), second; Buick (J. W. J. Fritsch),
Second race, five miles, free for all
Flat (Ralph de Palma), 4 minutes, 41
second, won; Daracq (Ben KIrscher),
second; Barney Oldfield was forced to
retire at end of first mile on account of
Third race, 10 miles; open to all, ama
teur driving stock cars Fiat ( C. S.
Brag, New York), won, 10 minutes, 36
seconds; Buick (J. W. J. Fritsch), sec
ond; three entries, two finished.
Fourth race, for stock cars of all
classes, 25 miles Knox (Oldfield), won.
26 minutes, 46 seconds; Buick (Eritsch),
second; Jackson (Lynch), went through
the fence in the loth mile. Lynch was
unhurt; Jackson No. 2 (Delaney), drop
ped out at the ninth anile.
Fifth race, 10 mile handicap, free for
all cars Flat (DePalma), scratch, won
Knox (Oldfield), 25 second handicap,
second; Daracq (KIrscher), 10 seconds,
Sixth race, five -miles, special Benz
(Oldfield), won. Time, 4:33 4-5; Daracq
(KIrscher), second. No other entries.
TO THE GOLFERS
J. C. Wilmarth Wins Two of
the Eirst Prizes in the
By a margin of 62 points, the Houck
team woir The round robin golf match
at the' Country club from the Leavell
team. The total scores of the two
teams were: Houck's team, 395; Leav-
i ell's team, 333. J. C Wilmarth won
the first prize for the low average for
the round robin contest, which has
hJJ"reS0: " ?0nI"
kVillll tiuscu a.' cu. jl. . o. .uaiu
tvon the prize for best composite score
in class A. J. C. Wilmarth won the
special prize for best IS holes.
Class B winners have not yet been
announced, as it will be necessary to
estimate a number of the scores, as the
contestants did not finish the tourna
ment. A. W. Houck won the class B
prize, a set of clubs, for the best aggre
TnAnA. f 1a rntn --rV I j-iYt 4a1 1 C
... i , wnie M,..a
out of playing the dinner match at the
club. The match is scheduled for next
Sunday, with the dinner attachment to
be paid for by the losing team.
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB
Fifty-fonrth Day, Tuesday, Feb. S.
First race, selling, five and one half
furlongs Lads- Paret 102, Ina John
son 102, Father Eugene 104, Judith
-!-.,-,. in-r ii. T! -l nr n..;nAt mr
Catheryn Scott 107, Master Clarence
109, Fairmont 109, El Perfecto 109,
SLscus 112, Rio Pecos 112.
Second race, selling, seven furlongs
Tom Franks 99, JL-ista 103, Busy Man
105, Ethel Day 106, Joe Ehrich 107,
Pedro 108, Light House 110, Fred
Third race, purse, twoyearolds, four
furlongs Mary Rudd 102, Juarez 105,
The Royal Prince 107, Flying "Wolf 110,
Princess Industry 112, Sterlin 115.
Fourth race, handicap, one mile La
Dextra 90, Sugar Maid 98. Light
Knight 100, Topland 104, Lady Esther
105, Meadow 114.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs
Bantronia 92, Hail Storm 92, Louisa F.
92, Pops 94, Mauretania 97, Minnolette
97. Miss Danville 102, Galves 102, The
Slicker 104, Mrs. Nugent 105, Harvel
105, Stendal 107.
Sixth race, selling, one mile and a
sixteenth Pelleas 101, Alice Collins
104, Duchess of Montebello 104. Whip
Top 104, Associate 106, Knight Blase
109, Cardinal Sarto 111, Alma Boy 111,
Sam Taylor 114.
Apprentice allowances claimed.
SUSPENDED ATHLETE 3H.KES
RECORD AT INDOOR 3IEET
New York, N. T., Feb. 7. Record
breaking events and the performance
of Melvin Sheppard, who Is under sus
pension by the A. A. U. were the fea
tures of the Irish-American indoor
meet held here Saturday night. Shep
pard's records were contested and he
will have to await the decision on his
eligibility before they can be declared
In the 70-yard dash J. J. Archer of
the Irish-American A. C, equaled the
world's record of 7-15, made seven
j-ears ago by "W. A. Shick of Harvard.
In the 70-yard low hurdle handicap,
John J. Eller of the Irish-American
club made a new world's record from
scratch of 8 1-5 seconds, but the race
went to "W. Bursch, N. Y. A. C, who
had a handicap of seven feet.
In the four-mile run George V. Bon
hag of the Irish-American A. C, at
scratch made a new American indoor
record of 19 minutes, 39 4-5 seconds,
beating his own best time.
In the 2400-yard relay race, number
one team, of the Irish -American A. C,
won In 5:06. This clips five-sixths
of a second from the former mark.
XELSONWVOLGAST FIGnT TO
BE HELD AT RICH3IOXD, CAL.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 7. Sid Hes
ter has announced that the Nelson
"Wolgast fight would be held at Rich
mond, Contra Costa county, Cal., on
Feb. 22. The arena for the fight will
begin this week and everything will be
In readiness for the lightweight cham
ST. YVES WIXS 3IARATHOX.
Los Angeles, CaJ., Feb. 7. In a re
vival of the Marathon race of the
ancient Greeks and also of the mod
ern Americans, Henri St. Yves, the
French waiter, defeated John Marsh,
the Canadian runner here by a lap.
St. Yves went the distance in 2:46.
will get Into mischief often it means
a burn or cut -or scald. Apply Bal
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the accident happens, and the pain will
be relieved while the wound will heal
quickly and nicely. A s-ure "Mire for
sprains. Rheumatism and all pains
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Bedwell Horses Do Not Get
Into the Money for the
The best laid plans of owners and
trainers oft "gang aglee." After keep
ing three of, the best horses in his
stable out of the running for a week
in anticipation of the Primaveia handi
cap which he hoped to add to his
string of handicap winnings, H. G.
Bedwell had the pleasure of seeing the
three Bedwell entries run fourth, sixth
; and seventh. It was the mud, or
rather the gummy adobe, that played
havoc with the plans of this sports
man. With RIghteasy ready to the
minute, Richard Reed In good trim,
and Prince Ahmed with jockey Eddie
Dugaatip, 'TT"looked on form as if
Bed wall's entries would run one, two,
three. But the rain of Sunday morn
ing put a crimp in his plans, and they
'were unable to detach their feet from
the sticky Mexican mud.
The feature handicap was .won by
Charlie Hargrave from the stable of
S. C. Austin, who breezed in a dozen
lengths ahead of the field, which was
strung out goose fashion around the
stretch turn. Hargrave got away third
in a start that was so ragged that
daylight showed thraugh the holes.
After acting like a broncoat the bar
rier, Colonel Bob was " given the
preference at the post and went away
to a flying start. Righteasy was sec
ond at the start but the 130 pounds
of impost and the track as heavy as a
ton of lead was too much for this
game little performer, although she ran
a good, game race in spite or the nan
I jinnnn t.,l T V.a hnnloonnar -ind
rheather mam Hng Cobalt." a mud
. , . .
runner, took to the track and ran his
best race of the meeting, being beaten
by a better horse. Prince Ahmed, away
eighth, was never In the going and fin
ished seventh with 15 lengths of day
light between his head and the win
ner's tail. Benscoten had the honor
of riding the handicap winner, send-
1 ing Charlie Hargrave around the entire
j field and galloping him on the home
I Dnpran Rides First Winner.
Dugan, up against It in the Prima
vera handicap, rode his first winner
! at the Juarez track in the fifth race
when he steered Marchmonet cler of
the Interference and won with a clever
ride to his credit. It was well that he
j put his mount to the front for the
otners were Dumping me uuiujjis ;mu "
had a rough voyage. Garner put up a
brainy ride on Fantastic in the sixth
race, outwitting Page on Banbury at
the finish and finished first with the
applause of the crowd all his own as
he saluted. This boy has a career
ahead of him if he has no bad luck and
his riding has put him in a class with
I the premIcr ne!!-
First race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first 5200, five and
one half furlongs Dr. Mack, 104
(Molesworth) won; Shirley Rossmore,
104 (McCahey) second: High Street.
100 (Mondan) third. Time, 1:08. Re
gards, Comal, Billy Taylor, Elder,
Sibari and Lillian Ray ran.
Second race, selling, fouryearolds
and upward, value to first, $200, one
mile Niblick. Ill (Austin) won:
Hardlyson, 101 (J. Wilson) second;
Bill Bramble, 111 (Molesworth) third.
Time. 1:44 4-5. Sabado.Associate, L.
31. Eckert and Rubiola ran.
Third race, purse, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first. $200. six fur
longsLight Knight, 102 (Molesworth)
won: Sensible, 10S (Louder) .second;
Ocean Queen, 100 (Garner) third. Time,
1:16 4-5. Execute, Gypsy King, and
Joe Stoke ran.
Fourth race, Prlmavera handicap,
threevearolds and upward, value to
first $865. six furlongs Charlie Har
grave, 116 (Benscoten) won; King Co
balt, 109 (Creevy) second; Colonel Bob.
103 (Rice) third. Time. 1:14 1-5.
Righteasy, Al iluller, Richard Reed,
Price Ahmed and Jolly ran.
Fifth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first ?225, six fur
longs Marchmonet, 116 (Dugan) won:
Gibson, 99 (Benscoten) second; Mc
Nally. 93 (Ramsey) third. Time,
1:153-5. Hidden Hand. Anne McGee,
and Royal Ben ran.
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first, $225, one mile
Fantastic, 109 (Garner) won; Banbury,
107 (Page) second; Apologize, 10o
(Ramsey) third. Time. 1:41. Howard
Pearson, Whip Top, and Busy Man
BLOWN TO AJOMSi
Motorman Tries to Pass a
Dynamite Charge "With -Gar.
Phoenix Ariz., Feb. 7. Because a
motorman of a gasoline car failed to
heed a warming and attempted to run
his car 'past a sputtering fuse off a
charge of dynamite, along the line of
the private motor road from Kelvin to
the Ray Copper mines, seven men weie j
blown to atoms late Sunday anerauu".
The victims were J. B. Joyce, of Den
ver; A. S. Bleber. Cleveland: R. P. Cole
man. Salt Lake City; J. C. Griffin, civil
engineer employed by the Ray Consoli
dated Copper company; W. H. Freeland,
Walter Frenz, mining engineers em
ployed by Henry Krumb, engaged in
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Grandes and intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and allowing patrons oppor
tunity to transact eir business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C FERRIS, T. R. RYAN,
General Mrt. Traffic Mrr.
Eagle Brand Milk,, -f ff
per can .J
3 cansPioneer Milk Off
for ... J&iOC
6 cans small St. Charles Q ff
Milk for &OC
4 lbs. Pink Beans Og-
(frijoles) for -.OC
3 lbs. fancy Head. Rice Off
5 lbs. Japan Head Rice Off
Royal Salad Dressing-, A
35c size, for - OUC
3 cans Tan Camp's Off
Beans for . dtOQ
15c size Mackerel, OSI
3 for DG
7 cans American Sardines Off-,
100 lbs. fancy Irish '(J - m g
Potatoes for V i. O
3 cans French Sardines ff.i-
4 cans Tomatoes OC.
Cream of Wheat, TRj
per pkg. for i-- JLOw
Peeled Peaches. ACS
per gaL TtIC
4 10c big Rolls Toilet Off
Paper for JkiDO
We lisvefrist received RcocsignsieHt
Of PURINA POULTRY- FEEDS, Call
Cd ezasiine them.
ere a mixture of overa oogenvarktSaa
of grains and seeos. They coataS
absolutely no xi which malea
weight. Tkey contata abaoiately uc
burnt nor smutty wheat. YourcnicSs
ens will thrive upon this feed it's t
experiment, but a practical feed ipc
pracocai poultry raisers, w
aaa a vx s sampie oc as,
0. G. Seeion &
Son EI Past
DR. N. G. CHE HOST,
Chinese Physician, Cares
Lung trouble, &stfe
ma, oatarrb. la all
Its forms, dyspep
heart disease, kid
ney, liver and blad
der trouble, rheu
matism and blood
cer cured. No mer
cury or minerala
used. Nervous de
bility cured as by
peculiar to wonea
cured without a
105 N. CxmpbeU.
Bell phone 29x3.
Dr. a. E. CAMERON
Full Set Teeth (best teeth) $10.00
Reliable dentistry at reasonable
Office over Guarantee Shoe Store
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men. Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
I MK -3nnH