Newspaper Page Text
EJL 1?ASG HERALD A 27 19ia The Herald's Sporting News n
The Herald's Sporting News
ar buck's Husky Heroe.
V -.i-ii, . i i n , I1WVIITM -.
George Chayka, L. F.
After the bis leagues are throush
fighting over Trhlek club shall have the
famous Chayka, and Chayka himself Is
dead and sronc, through his vrhole ca
reer will there he found nothing but
ball. He vrill have been a pure, un
adulterated baseball bug.-
It vras back in Dec. 23, 1SS7, vrhen
George Chayka was born, Milwaukee
the lucky city. Georgie first pegged
n rubber ball on the pavement lit front
of Iiif house, and next amused him
self by breaking windows in an old
Tirewery nearby. From the start base
ball jctuck out all ever Mm like porks
en a porcupine.
So when Chayka went to school &e
played ball. He held out in left field
for the Ambrose college of Davenport,
Itu, four years of It in all. "When he
quit school his career -was nettled. 3fo
bnsine.sr. life for Chayka.
The 3Iuscatine, la., team, of no asso
ciation, used Chayka first, and then he
played with Canton, II1.J of the Illlnois
3II!sourI league. Last year he -was with
Green Bay, Wis of the IlllnoIs-WIscon-sln
league, and from thence to El Paso,
Among other attractions Chayka has
a very trinning hmlle. All the girls say
it's a great pity that George darling
Ih way out there in the suburbs. He is
It's all. off. That friendly little con- peevish. "With that verbal quick return, of
trgt for the suggestion of a name for
the TZl Paso club is knocked into a
cocked hat. And Douglas did it.
Douglas is always up and doing
something and this time they have put
a crimp in the pet little scheme for
getting a pet litle name for our pet lit
tlo team. For -why? Just as the sug
gestions -were commencing to come in,
along comes the Douglas lad -with the
big noise typewriter and throws a
bomb into this peaceable camp. Up
and suggested "Tehanner" as a name
for the club and then cinched the bet
by coming back with a cross fire of
thick talk that had the contest 'editor
groggy in the first round and "Tehan
ner" gets the decision before the con
test had. gone the usual rain check
Goodness gracious, Clarice, or Alger
non, or whatever it happens to be, do
not play so rough. You are positively
yours ypu up and calls us the "brother
of the Uncalloused Foot" and a capital
U and an upper case F too. Rude?
Why it's positively shocking, such
harsh terms. And there is more, much
more of the same kind. "What is an
"Uncalloused Foot" anyway? What
could he have meant by such a home
ly expression? Through the darkness
of that cloudburst of language breaks
one .litle ray of light. He says "what
boo'fs it?" That's an easy one and
"within the, scope of an untutored, base
ball scribe's understanding. The an
swer is as easy as the question. It ia
the same brand of "Uncalloused Foot"
(caps, please, mister printer) that
boots it, to boot meaning to mus up
Xn otherwise perfectly good hit. In
all of its glory, the prose poem under
"Listen, O El Paso Erother of the
Uncalloused Foot! In re 'Tehanner,'
George wbayea SM Jgffijp-
none i bvn.m. i I awn
"U'L- Walker 1 A m i
t I Mk Y-I "t A
ive 1 Hem rresn Air ana rreeaom
Take Them to Live In Grandview
People are right in saying that "the
country's the place for children. "
Grandview has none of the smoke or
the nerve-racking noise of El Paso---
this for the sake of the children.
t r j : a jj:-. j u
in orauuvww iuuiuoh you iniu tuc Grandview has pure Mesa water;
advantages of the country witho'ut Grandview is located on the side of
the loneliness and hardships of "life the mountain---cool
on the old farm."
Grandview has twp car lines, elec
tric lights, telephone connection-
so much for the parents of the
healthful all the year 'round.
view has good soil -easy
trees, grass and vines.
Take the cildren to live in
view- give them the fresh
the freedom they need.
i n summer,,
10 Down, $J5 a Month Buys a Grandview Lot
Bell Telephone 550
226 Mesa Ave
No Interest, No Taxes, No Mortgage L5 fl
L !JlYJ I
STMENT CO. Rf ; I
jw-1' ui I
Automatic Telephone 1550 I
Why buy Electric Fans when we
can rent them to you.
Now is the time. Let us figure
The Standard Ei
107 South Stanton St.
The Paradise of the Pacific
The international Realty Company f ftexleo Offy
has bought, and offers for sale, 66,000 acres of the choicest River bottom
alluvium at "Bebelama," State of Sinalca, Mexico.
Abundant water fronrhe Sinaloa River is delivered to each purchaser
at -the highest point on his land. Land also fronts on ocean shore and two
harbors afford facilities for ocesno transportation, by coasting steamers.
Everything thai one can expect to raise in this latitude can be grown
profitably here. Three crops of some Ijiods, if desired, and alfalfa, about
Climate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer -heat, while nearness to
ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees,
CO to 90 degree3 Fahrenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 feet above sea level.
Property lies about fifteen miles below the Baoa, or Xaracjo Stations
of the R- Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to wihich. . spurtrack will be built,
affording the best ard lowest rates for freights and fares.
To those buying now, -these lands will be old at bed rock price of
$20.00 17. S- Currency per acre, payable in three instalments, one-third
casluvba-lance in4cne and two years -with 8Se per annum interest on deferred
payments. All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will be
furnished by the Bebelama Water Company at price of ?2.00 U. S. Cur
rency -per acre per annum perpetually.
General Henry Ide Willey, the distinguished Irrigation Engineer, in his
report upon this project, states that:
"In all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing
equaling it 'has ever been found by me in ail my extensive experience."
" The land is divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, "'or 250x1000
meters, and not less than 30 acres can be bought until the contemplated
Town Sites are segregated.
For information concerning tins tend apply to
'Tehenner' is Cowpunchese for Teja-
no, wkhich. Is ilex, for Texan. Despitev
the Arizona belief that El Paso is a
part of Arizona: despite, likewise, the
New Mexico opinion that El Paso is
a part of New Mexico; and despite
number three, the Chihuahua obession
that El Paso is a part of Chihuahua
despite all these despites El Paso is
in Texas 'geographically, and therefore,
being in Texas, quite naturally and
properly may El Pasoans be termed
Texans-. Now, El Pasoans being- Tex
ans, and the Ei Paso baseball team the
only Texas team in the Cactus league,
it certainly is not without the bounds
of propriety to call the El Paso team.
'The Texans.' And should an Arizona
scribe see fit to use Cowpunchese, mak
ing' the name, 'Tehanners,' instead of
Texans, what boot's it? "Whitout re
sorting to the use of a diagram this ex
planation of the 'Tenhanner perpetra
tion, it is felt, is both as lucid and pel
lucid as is possible to make it."
For appropriateness, Bisbee gets the
pup. A ball for its ball team is the
way things have been doped up for Sat
urday evening over Bisbee way and the"
fans in that torn are making big pre
parations for the dance. The Cactus
league officially opens there Saturday
with Douglas and the ball will be
given at the opera house to fittingly
celebrate Bisbee's advent into profes
sional baseball. Douglas is going over
in a bunch to see the game and attend
the ball at which the teams represent
ing the two towns "will .be the guests of
Douglas has been doing a little prun
ing on its baseball tree, as have Bisbee
and El Paso. Mains, the utility catcher,
has "been Released; McFaren, an infield
er, has also been cut off from the
treasury, while Matthewson is being
seriously considered as an outfield
prospect. Douglas, like El Paso, wants
another pitcher, as "Walters and Kane
are not enough battery material for the
three-game series that, are scheduled
and another mound worker is being
scouted for by O'Donovan. The infield
as Douglas sees It will remain through
the season, barring accidents. "Ward on
first, Carlton at second, Smith short
"Ward II in third base position and De
Brand catching. The outfield is not so
certain, although Bill Harper is. -assured
of his place.
Goyheneix alias Go-hany alias Go, is
making good In his monolog, "The
Tenth Man in the Field." He made
good in Arizona at the first official try
qut he had, and he seems to be due for
a season of successes a3 judge advocate
of the Cactus league games.
Clifton and Morenci are playing fast
ball up in the'thumb band end of the
Cactus belt, although they are making
mighty little fuss over it Clifton plays
its first game in the Cactus league on
May 25th, when it meets Bisbee at Bis-
CportletQ I y jim
TO HARD WORK
INTERNATIONAL REALTY COMPANY
Mexico, D. F.
Douglas & Eaton on the land, or at Bamoa, Sinsloa, Mexico.
Humboldt Exploration Company, 50 Church Street, Xew York Citv.
A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and OoL Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis,'
is a man who can't see good in any
person or .thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If you find that
you are beginning to see things through
blue spectacles, treat your liver to a
good cleaning out process with Bal
lard's Herbine. A sure cure for con
stipation, dyspepsia, indigestion, sick
headache, biliousness, all liver, stomach
and bowel troubles. Sold by all druggists.
tag gy Values
You can go all over the
entire southwest and
you will not find a bet
ter line of buggies, har
ness and saddles or a
store that will give you
fairer vprices than this
store. When you are in
ihe market for anytliing
in our line we would be
pleased to have you call
and make an investiga
tion. If we can't give
you better values we
will not solicit your business.
His Skin Eruption Is Im
proved aind He Is .Train-
Ben Lomond, Cal., April 27. With his
skin eruption fast disappearing, Jef
fries yesterday returned to his training
with redoubled energy. His rest of the
day before appeared to Increase his
vigor and his trainers were pleased.
There was no boxing In camp.
Besides going through all gymnasium
stunts, Jeff assisted workmen who are
repairing the dam in his swimming and
boating pool. Jim did his share in
stopping the leak.
Billy Smith of El Paso was men
tioned by Jeffries in "My Story of My
Life." By the way, Billy, hero about the
ffhat Role Zrbvsko faneeze) is a
comer. He threw Mort Henderson In I phia. It stood 5 and 5
The Cincinnati Exhibition company
has extended its lease on their ball
park for 20 years.
day when Boston played at Philadel-. ! the fi5st,ff,11 fVe mlnutes
FALLS FROM HTJSSOST
Husson's Shoulders Hit Mat
Four Times in Thirteen
Minutes at Globe.
Globe. Ariz., April 27. Before a Targe
house at Dreamland, Al Christensen
succeeded in throwing Ed Husson four
times In 13 minutes. Christensen took:
two straights at New York Tuesday.
And Mort posed as the northwestern
champ, too. , Sorry! i can fight himself.
William J. Murray's claim against the Sioux City won the, first game of
Philadelphia club was settled Tuesday I tne series at St. Joseph yesterday,
at a meering of magnates in the Quaker I Hard hitting in the tenth did It.
city. But the terms are kept quiet. Favorites fared poorly and there
In the very first Inning L.os Angeles ; were many upsets at Oakland yester
raade four runs and won from Sacra- i day. Father Stafford won from E. A.
Fray among other surprises.
Jimmy Carpenter has six
second fall Christensen went to the
Will Teddy R. attend the Jack-Jeff j floor n aI1 f ours and gave Husson the
fie-ht? nh win h- -n. nnf utiIp , aesirea coia, a nail -xeison. unnsten-
. ..f ..... .. . .F ...V. .. WW .-.
STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. 1
v By Art Wood.
WHERE THEY PLAY THURSDAY.
The Myers Cjo.
"THE BUGGY PEOPLE.,1"
Wholesale and Retail.
310 S. EI Paso St.)
Brooklyn at Boston.
New York at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Chicago at Cleveland.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at New York.
Boston at "Washington.
Oklahoma City at Waco.
Ft. Worth at San Antonio.
Shiveporr at Houston.
1 -alias at Calvestoii.
memo Tuesday. Good for- Angle.
31Ilshipman Earl Wilson, the navy
football player, has made his- last goal.
He died as the result of Injuries suf
fered in, a game.
Cinci peggers vcould not locate the
plate Monday and so St. Louis won, S
and 3. It was a puddin'.
Seven runs In the seventh inning is
some lucky. Lincoln players did it
Tuesday in a game at Wichita, result
ing 7 to 4. Awful!
That National league pennant, won
last year Dy jrattsDurg, was nuisieu en(jej
wrongsiaeup as a seaaun upeiier. ouix- The
In- the Brooklyn-New York National
league game at New York Monday,
Brldwell started a trlpple play by
hugging a gronnder.
RofaiTco Tnplrsnn tf TVinnlro treflVon. 1
ol TiittcJrot. tYta TCnticnc hnrp1 rUrl Tint . '-"-
voll..n T-,r -MVilnoa - V.o11,. .. tVuvir 400.
figured on. Gugate checked the. walloping.
Jimmy Claby, of Milwaukee, and
his stable at the Readville track, and
will have more in a few days. Anna
Kohl Is one of them. j
Protest against the Springfield team ,
for playing twice with the West Ends
of Chicago has been filed with the na- .
tional commission by president G. W.
Six hits and five stolen bases In the?
fourth brought in four runs forVer-
no-ainst OjiTvIathI VMtprrtsv. Tt '
Southern Golf association will
hold its ninth annual championship
tournament at Atlanta June 14.
B5- one point Jerome Keogh. of Roch-
1 ester, pool title holder, won from Clar
ence Safford at Rochester Monday
The scores resulted 401 and
Some 3000 spectators caught cold at
Aqueduct track yesterday. It was s.
cold, raw wind. Fayette won the 62
sen then asked:
"Are your satisfied with the hold?"
Husson answered "yes."
j Quick as a flash Christensen broke
Husson's hold and took the fall in two.
minutes. The third and fourth falls fol
lowed at Intervals of three minutes
each. Husson refused to come up for
the fifth fall.
In the preliminaries A. H. Berry won
the first two falls from Joe Laduke;
time seven minutes.
After the1 main event Christensen ac
cepted the challenge of Leo Rockier, of
Albuquerque, for two best out of three
j falls. The match will be promoted In
Paddy Laviu, of Buffalo, went 10 rounds I furlongs
Tuesday night at Buffalo. They fought
a clean draw, but there was no decision
on account of a fool law.
President Taft, a confirmed fan,
wants to see the Flying Dutchman play
in the Chicago-Pittsburg game. May 1
2. Billv is a ereat booster for Hans. i
Freddie .Welsh and Packy MeFar
land will meet at London May 30.
It -was a punk game between New ' IXTERSCHOLASTIC BALL
York and Brooklyn Tuesday, resulting j GAME ON SATURDAY
9 to S. New York landed a winning j The first real interscholastlc base
run on Merkle's triple and Myers's sin- ( ball game will be olayed Saturday
A.n aerial derby from London to
Manchester is planned "in England for
Wednesday. Graham White and Louis
Paulham are there.
By a vote of 77 to 67. a bin legal
izing Sunday baseball by amateurs was
' passed Tuesday by the New Albany,
N. Y., assembly.
HOW THEY STAXD.
Philadelphia S 7
Pitts-burg 6 5
Chicago 6 4
New York . - 9 6
Cincinnati 7 3
Boston S 2
Brooklyn t 9 2
St. Louis 9 2
Philadelphia 8 5
Detroit 8 5
St. Louis - r.
New York 7 4
Cleveland 9 4
Boston 9 4
Chicago S 2
Houston 11 7
Dallas 11 7
GalVeston 11 6
Shre vepor t ..;... r . 11 5
Sal? Antonio 11 5
Oklahoma City 11 5
Waco 11 5
Fort Worth ..2 11 4
Five started in the Arlington steeple
chase at Plmllco Tuesday. Slectus was
a 2 $0 1 favorite and the only pony
Two New York pitchers were driven
out of the box Tuesday and Washington
won 9 to 7. N
Thomas S. Ridge and Effie S. Ridge
.must sell the association baseball park
at Kansas City to George Tebeau, own
er of the Blues. A circuit judge says
Gus Dundou, once a member of the
White Sox, has blown to Galveston and
signed for this season.
Wagner, Cornell and Carlisle coach, I
fias been secured as football coach for j
the university of Oregon. I
Superior batting won the first game
of the season for Denver against
S33 ' Omaha Tuesday.
6B7 ' Because Smith outpitched Berger,
.867 i Chicago shut out Cleveland Monday.
427 Only one hit was made off Smith after
Mike Murphy, f . of P. athletic -trainer,
believes wrestling to be more dan
gerous than football. And it is.
Boston made three times as many
hits as Philadelphia Monday, but Phil
ley won 'just the same.
I The trench has been eliminated in
broarl Innminc rules bv thft Ainntiir
571 Athletic union. Why the hole any
"" j way?
A ninth inning rally is what won for
Philadelphia over Boston Tuesday. Ew
Ing pitched his first game, and showed
Young Rivers will meet Red Corbett
at San Diego May 13. And Billy Papke
and Joe Thomas will go it at San Fran
on the next day.
afternoon at Washington park betrsveen
the teams of the Military institute and
the High school. Both -teams have been
practicing since the cold weather
packed Its ffrip and they are anxious
to get together for a friendlv ganie
yBH -i- vXs
A M KV
Trids Mark Beslitered
ADDITIONAL SPORT. PAGE 14.
Mary T. Goldman's J
varay titzr .Restorer
Removal sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will clear the sour- stomach, sweeten
the breath and create a healthy appetite.
They promote the flow of gastric juice,
thereby Inducing good digestion. Sold
by all dealara.
restores oricinal color
aer in from 7 to 14 days,
Is permanent. Does not
nral. Hits no sediment. 90 it's neftherTttefa nor
pay-it'a rs nore and elr X- acsy nor
Don t experiment nee what thousands otathn-r,
hare found safe and ratLsfaptnr s Pii5?3?
absolatelj-frce. Eeroreto mention oriclnalor 9
of tout. hair. . MARY T. GOJAT?8nSi?r a
JBldc.. Bt- JfanJ. Minn. Th lmTTTiTWlX 3
d by all dealers. lnInd?nr u uw " ?.
KELLY' & POLLARD.
"We have Just received ftcocsixjtaea
PURINA POULTRY FEEDS, Caft
art nmniiiL time.
are a mixture of overa dozen yarietfcg
of grains and seeds. Tbey contain
absolutely no grit whicH makes
weielit. They contain absolntely- eo
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this feed it's no
erperim eat, but a practical feed for
practical poultry raisers. Ccaoc ft
aad asls for a sample of it.
0. G. Seefon &
Son EI Past
ALFALFA SEEO 1
I NAND FEESH FIELD, GrAEDEN AND FLOWEB 1
& CALL ON OR WKIXE TO B
O. G. SEETON & SON. J
I JTWIStD ASD CHIHUAHUA STREETS N
DEALERS DT PI
HAY, Q-BAIN, FLOUR AND FEED