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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday Dec. 8, 1910.
LLY LEVY IN
Lomand Gets Mying Start
' and Holds Advantage
"Weight beat Folly Levy in the handi
cap ednesday at Juarez. Lomond,
getting- away first to a, flying start,
made hay "while the sun was bright and
was sent out in front for a good long
lead by Nolan, her taskmaster. Folly
Levy was after the flying Lomond and
was making good headway up to the
stretch turn when the heavy 118 pounds
of boy and lead began to telT on (her
stride and she was forced to surrender
her position to Helmet, the first nighter
from the Bradley barn. The Wolf was
away last and made every post a losing
one to the finish. i
Boana Romps to Victory.
Boana romped her way around the
course with the twoyearolds in the first
race. The gelding was set out in front
and made to keep there by little Ben
schoten, who held him true to the course
and finished six lengths in the lead.
Iwalani was second best of the other
lads and ran behind Boana all the way.
Butter Ball "Wins Third.
It looked, like Outfielder all the way
In the third with the money going as
it lay. But Butter Ball was .sent past
the outfielder who was unable to get
going in time to -nead thv winner. Out
fielder got away in front and should
have won. Butter Ball lay in third
place until the stretch where Outfielder
looked to be an easy winner. B'utter
Ball was sent in to cut down the two
lengths lead and made it stick when
Geogh put him to the task. Outfielder
was tiring and could not muster cour
age to withstand the rush at the finish.
Hesitate was running second until the
winner moved up, Hesitate dropping
back a notch.
Bcngchoten's Xerve Wins.
Benschoten's nerve won the fifth
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race for Hidden Hand. Force was running-
in front after a bunched start. The
horses were running together to the
turn for home when Benschoten shot j j
njuueii nana in on tne ran, tooic a
chance of getting hurt and came home
the winner. Force lost all ms advant
age in turning wide for the stretch and
was tired from the terrific pace he had
been setting for the others. Light "Wool
delayed too long in making his move
and was running strongest at the fin
ish. Taskmaster won the final race in
a close finish from Misprison with Rice
riding the race of his life on the win
ner. Alma Boy was tne winner at the
stretch but Taskmaster and Misprison
challenged and were able to make it
First race, five furlongs, seling, two
yearoldsv value to first $225 Boana,
a 00 (Benschoten), o to 1, won; Iwalani,
105 (Murphy) 2 to 1, second; Count de
Oro, 108 (Ganz) 10 to 1, third. Time,
1:01 2-5. Smiling Maiden, Uncou
conquered, Practitioner, Alta Ray, Joe
Second race, six furlongs, selling,
fouryearolds and up, value to first, $225
.Toe Woods, 107 (T. Smith) 7 to 5,
won; Cobleskill, 102 (Benschoten) 10 to
1, second; Gene "Wood, 112 (Parker) 5
to 1, third. Time, 1:15. Dick Moss,
McNally, Mrs. Nugent, John Sparks,
Third race, five furlongs, selling, two
yearolds, value to first $225 Butter
Ball, 106 (Keogh), 4 to 1, won; Out
fielder, 103 (Nolan) 9 to 5, second; Hes
itate, 108 (Murphy) 4 to 1, third. Time
1:01 1-5. Aragonese, Quicksilver, Geht
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap,
all ages, value to first, $400 Lomond,
92 (Nolan) 7 to 1, won; Helmet, 115
(Ganz) 6 to 1, second; Folly Levy, 118,
(Rice), 3 to 4, t'nird. Time 1:12 3-5. The
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling, four
yearolds and up, value to first $225
Hidden Hand, 107 (Benschoten), 13 to
5, won; Force, 110 (McCullough) 13 to
5, second; Light "Wool, 110 (Hawes), 10
to 1, third. Time 1:14. Joe Bhrich, Gib
son, Flying Pearl, Preen, Banaronia
Sixth race, one mile, selling, four
yearolds and up, value to first, $300
Taskmaster, 105 (Rice), 8 to 1, won;
Misprison ,106 (Reynolds), 5 to 1, sec
ond; Alma Boy, 106 (Molesworth) ,5 to
1, third. Time, 1:42. Himalaya, St.
Kilda, Maurentania, Vesme, Cheswar
dine, Sizz ran. ,
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TWO FAST GAMES
The International team still holds
first place in the Commercial Basket
hall leasrue bv winninir from the Walz
! toom Hit tho ofnro ff fl tr !l TlllS
giyes them the percentage of 714, all
other teams being tied with a percent
age of .429.
The first half was almost an even
proposition, each man putting up a good
game, though the work of King as
guard for the Walz team was respon
sible for the low score of the Interna
tionals in the tirst half as compared
with the second.
Romero and Moores played an un
scheduled wrestling match for the pos
session of the ball when it came into
their territory, each determined that
the other should not score.
Lyman for the Internationals was
larzelv resDonsible for the increase in
the score in the last half and was ably j
assisted by Brown, Evans and Thomas
In some pretty team work that netted
Haile for the "Walz team was at a
disadvantage because of a bad knee.
but put up a plucky game against Wil
cox and Marshall.
of the Family
308 San Antonio
league play Strattoa took game at 20S
and Christie made total with 502, both
being of the Bankers' team. Thurday
night will bring a meeting between
the State Nationals and the Real Es
tates; Bateman vs. Byles and Wood
bury vs. Perrault. Scores follow:
Parker 171 142
Johnson 136 144
SHarvie 154 171
Blair ...146 134
Clutter - 130 93
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FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO
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W. C. McCormick, Gk A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
Ellsworth .... ."! 130
Totals .. 670 760
Krome . . . .140
7olre- 1 r-
The same between the Shelton-Payne j v.. " ""
team and Bryan Bros.' team was a j , r , "'
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suitea in tne score or 8 to u in iavor ol
j Br van Bros. This was reversed and
multiplied in the last half and the re
sponsibility lies in the team work put
up by the old High school combination
of Shea and Lamar Thomas, together
with the fielding- of the ball on the
part of Alleman of last year's Blue
team of the Y. M. C. A.
Teague and Marshall played a pretty
game for the losers,' but were unable
to stem the tide of the combination put
up in the secbnd half.
Shea's ability to shoot baskets from
apparently any angle put his teamn-to
the aggressive position and the oppo
nents on the defensive. This usually
means defeat for the defensive team in
basketball, and so it proved in this
Kilbourn as center against Shea
played a hard but erratic game, but
was unable to keep his opponent cov
ered. Final score in the second game was
17 to 10 in favor of the Shelton-Payne
The several High school boys who
have lost out in the recent ruling out
of their school athletics have cast their
energies Into the Commercial teams and
are showing up strong.
Saturday night the S. TV. shop team
will play a practice game against the
The All Star Bible class team will
also play a game against one of the
Commercial league teams.
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Christie .....". .!!ll67
V. Andreas 145
White .., ."131
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ZZW TEXAS S MESA &
! BOWLING. 4-
The Tigers defeated the Yannigans
by a 43 pin margin, and the Campbells
won from Bankers with 15 pins on
Cactus club alleys "Wednesday night.
In the National league game Crockett
of the Yanigans made high game with
183 pins, while HaTvie of the Tigers
took total at 481. In the American
S5 746 760 2301
yi. C. A. Wednestlav nip-hf
team No. 5 won from team No. 4 by
the good and plenty margin of 117
j:r.uii ana Learning tied for high
prima nf ITT t.Vi!1 t ti i . . . t
a v- .k ...f nunc Am .chock. XOOK mgll
total at 4S6. Scores:
Team No. 5.
E. A. Fruit 122 166
Dr. Race 257 130
A. Block ..158 '151
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Pocket Knives ,.
Pocket Cigar Lighters
Snuff Boxess -
SJity Match Box:
Pocket Shoe Button
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Match Gases (leather)
Match Stands (copper
Team No. 4.
I. Moltane .......141
L.. A. Fruit ...... !!l36
his head, but on each occasion his
"Westergard worked harder. He
worked his opponent to the mat and
then squeezed Hackenschmidt's head
until the foreigner's strength told on j january n
me aowan ana tne noia was reieuseu
"Westergard rushed at Hackenschmidt
seven or eight times and lifted him
bodily and threw him to the mat-.
' The second fall came in quicker
1341 time. Hackenschmidt rushed at Ws op,
T". i ponent at the call of time, and hi a few
3S1 I minutes both men were on the mat
442 t Hackenschmidt having a hammerlock
j on him. He broke away acid the Rus
sian followed, forced him to the mat
again and finshed the match with a
reversed body hold.
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB, j BAD SPILL TN SIX-
IIS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
MANUFACTURED BV THE
nrst race, sellrai?, 2yearolds. f Ive f ur-
longs Joe wells, 97; Iwalani 97;
Beechmorit, 102; Agility, 102; Quicksil
ver, 102; Soon, 102; Practitioner. 105;
.Ben Lasca, 105; Count D'e Oro, 105; Carl
Cloud, 105; Vanity Pair, 107; Smiling
Second race, selling, 3yearolds, six
furlongs Aunt Nancy, 95; Pirate Boy.
104; Ed Holly, 108; Pid Hart, 108; Flor
ence A., 10!,; Crossover, 110; Shelby,
111; Rio Pecos. 113.
Third race,selling, one mile rCellaret,
EAGLES HOLD ELECTION.
El Paso lodge of Eagles, Aerie No.
73, held their annual election of offi
cers last evening at rneir regular ni:et-
ingi The new officers will be installed
These elected were: Wor
ths' past president. J. "W. Peak; worthy
president, P. A. Carbajal; worthy vice
president, J. C. Perj-y; worthy chap
lain, J. S. "W. Doupe; be; 'tary, "W. A Co
penhaver; treasurer, T. E. Behr; inside
guard. J. "W. Arnold; outside guard, J.
DAY BICYCLE CONTEST
New York, Dee. S. There was a
bad spill shortly before 11 oclock last
night in the six-day bicycle race. Gor
don "Walker, of Australia, had just re
lieved his partner, Pye, when Mitten,
of Iowa, ran into and over him.
"Walker was picked up unconscious.
The surgeons said a superficial ex
amination showed that his left hip was
badly bruised and he may have sus- i most dangerous of statements and one
wn'cu uueiuai lujunes. .unieu cxperz- ui nie naruest to reiute.
Who Are "Tliey.
"We all have a way of saying hey
say" this or that of some person, or
some thing and accepting it ourselves
as authentic when someone says "taey
say" to us.
But if we stopped to inquire into the
exact source of the information, either
we wbuld be unable to trace it back
to anyone other than that elusive in
dividual, "They Say," or we will find
back of it the unkind gossip of some
An- just because "they say" fails
to put the blame of a falsehood on any
one person's shoulders it really is the
Storey McKee: trustees. Jas. Conners,
D. T. Sullivan and Lewis Goodman;
aerie physician, T. "W. Grace.
BAXK IX" NEW BUILDING.
Thursday morning the American Na
tional bank opened for business in its
new building at the corner of Oregoa
and San Antonio streets.
QUEER CASE OF
Lady in Big Sandy, Tenn.r
Put to Bed Every Two
' Weeks, to Stay Sev
91; Siscus. 94; Short Order, 96; Tug j the race
enced a few bruises and remained
.Boat. 100; St. Kilda. 105: Si ins-
Rather Boyal, 105.
Fourth race, handicap. 2yearolds.
i five and one-half furloners Du Bois.
108; Seth, 108; Flj-ing Wolf. 110; Ster
lin, 112; Frank Mullens, 122.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs St.
Joe, 110; Hearts Relief, 115 Waldorf
Belle, 115; Cotytto, 115; Banthel, 115:
Cuban Boy, 115; Preen, 115; Bonnie
Prince Charlie, 115; Cobleskill, 115;
Spooner, 115; Force, 118; Red Hussar,
Sixth race, selling, one mil Ramon
Carona, 96; Little Marchmont. DC;
Hoyle, 105; Buna, 105; Alma Boy, 105;
Himalaya, 108; Joe Woods, 109; Barney
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At midnight the 72nd hours score
found the seven leaders Root-Moran,
Pye-Walkcr, Hehlr-Goulet. Fogler-Hlll.
Collins-Drexel, Marion-Haltead and
in ( So let us beware of believing "thev
say" stories. Let- us treat lightly all
gossip introduced by the words "tney
say." Or if this gossip makes us sus
picious of its object and it is natural
and human that it should at tlmes-
Mitten-Thoma tied at 1390 miles, two . let us suspend judgment until we
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HACKEXSCHMIDT AVIXS MATCH
"WITH AX IOWA WRESTLER
Chicago, 111.. Dec. S: George Hack
enschmidt defeated Jesse Wefetergard,
the Iowa wrestler, in two straight
falls last night. The first was taken
in one hour, twd minutes and 15 sec
onds with a double bar arm hold. The
second occurred In 11 minutes and 20
seconds with a reversed body hold.
At no time did Hackenschmidt exert
himself, except when he broke from
several hammerlocks which the Iowan
had secured. Hackenschmidt seemed to
rely- on his strength.
The two men tugged and pulled each
other about the mat for over an hour
before the first fall went to the for
eigner. Several times Hackenschmidt
attempted to throw his oponent over
laps. The MaeFarland-Clarke and
West-Demara combination were just a
lap behind the leaders, while Rutt and
Stol were on even with 1390 rnPcs. The
record for 72 hours is 1439 miles.
100 TO OXE SHOT IS
SURPRISE AT OAIvLAXO TRACK
Oakland, Cal., Dec. S. Dutch Rock,
a 100 to 1 shot, proved a surprise by
second to Adams in a four horse race
at Emeryville Wednesday . It was ex
pected that Maxing and Golden Agnes
would be the contenders and the lay
ers quoted1 20 to 1 against Dutch Rock
for the place.
KNOW In other words, let us do the
object of "they say" the justice to
investigate until we find someone who
Is in a position from actual knowl
edge and whom we can trust, to make
a positive statement over his owti
name as to the truth or falsity of the
"they say" story.
The writer has been led to pen this
little lesson in practical fairness by
reading a little book issued by the
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'Jacksonville, Fla.. Dec. S. The At
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$1000, yesterday Afternoon, feature at
ZVIoncrief, was captured by Ragman,
who was favorite in the betting, 1 to
2, after a hard stretch drive in which
Glucose forced the" winner to do his
best to get home with a neck to spare.
some beverage haa for so long been the
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all manner of untrue and detrimental
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been forced to Issue their book giving
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