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Thursday, Dec. 15, 1910.
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ST JUAREZ
3?ourth Eace Tuesday Is the
feature Event With a
Close Finish.
Wednesday was auction day at the
race course, each of the six races being
a selling race. But one winner was
bid up. This was Ramon Corona in
the sixth race, who was bid up from
$300 to $600 and sold to TV. C- Weant.
The fourth race for four and one
half furlongs was tlie exciting one of
the day's sport. Six horses finished
abreast in this racei the decision go
ing to Tom McGrath '"by less than a
head and the others being separated by
a neck or -less. Tom McGrath, Gene
"Wood, Elder, Dr. Mack, Joe Woods and
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SWIMMING- HONORS
Six College Teams Are En
tered in Tournament
Starting Tuesday.
New Tork, N. Y-. Dec. 15. The un
important meets in which college
swimmers have taken part during the
past Two weeks enabled coaches to
size up the available material, and
"varsity teams are now ready for the
championship tournament of the Inter
collegiate Swimming association, which
starts on December 16, at New Haven,
with a meeting between Cornell and
Yale, and will be concluded on March
4, in New York, when the individual
titles are to be competed for.
As In the past, the team pennants
will be awarded through a series of
dual meets in which each college in
the league will face every other. Yale,
Pennsylvania, Columbia, Princeton,
Cornell and the City College of New
York now hold memberships.
Unless the unexpected happens Yale
will capture the swimming team pen
nant. She has a squad which can show
two or three topnotchers In every
event. Pennsylvania seems to be Yale's
strongest rival, in spite of the discour
aging reports being circulated.
Princeton '-has bright prospects but
there are a couple of weak spots in the
team. Columbia has a very big squad
at practice, and it looks very promis
ing, but the "men are green, and there
is a lack of championship timber. The
Cornell contingent is rather better
than was anticipated, and the Ithacans
are not likely to be in the rut- At C.
C. N. Y the .outlook is good, provided
the men will practice, a thing that the
coaches found impossible to make
them do last year.
The winner of the water polo cham
pionship is uncertain. Never were the '
teams so well matched before or the
outlook for close competition better.
Yale, Columbia, Princeton and Penn
sylvania offer absolutely no choice,
and even Cornell and C. C. N. Y. have
a chance at the title.
boy started home. McGrath wormed
his way to the front at the finish, only
after a desperate struggle, in which
the five other horses joined. Gene
Wood was second by less than a head,
and Elder third by a nose.
Front Oblivion to Victory.
Hed Lass had the first race won up
to the finish, when Oblivion came from
oblivion and beat out the red girl, at
the wire. Red Lass faltered at the fin
ish and this cost her the race, a maiden
Syearold affair, in which a bunch of
green ones competed. Gladys Louise
and Pedro, first season favorites, were
the contenders for the honors in the
second race, a six furlong affair, Gladys
Louise was in front all the way and
stayed off the rushes of Pedro long
enough to get home safely. Rio Pecos,
again backed heavily, ran behind his
form and lost money for the boys. Ta
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the stretch was reached in the third
race when McNally was in command)
Tavora came back for the finish and
outgamed McNally and You Win. Cuban
Boy was cut off on the far turn, but
gathered himself together and came on
strong, just missing third olace.
Signrd Wfns Fifth.
Sigurd, with' Molesworth up, won the
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BOWLING.
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On Cactus club alleys, Wednesday
night, the Business Men defeated the
Bankers by a margin of So pins. Strat
aigura, wiur jioieswortn up, won tne ton of the Bankers took high game
fifth race from the rest, going away. at 2i5 an-i total at r-13.
The Cat followed Sigurd to; the stretch j In tne second game the Real JusxuU
and tnen closed in for second place, but rAT1 mnfio no nins over the Yannisrans.
J was not quite good enough to beat the willl Blumenthal taking both irame.
I loorlor. "Riiffnr Poll hoof PnTrtTviftTiolnM .. . - , ,
s., vv.. , utai. vuululCuuaLii;U . wlti, 20o, ana total at 4to. unurruay
out of the show position in the final J nJght the First National will play the
stridesi " Ramon Carona took things j drones and individual play witl be:
easy xn tne nrsf part or tne last race, Eateman vs. Perrault; Woodbury
allowing Preen to do the real early race ! rivioc
work. When ready Ramon moved up
into the lead and romped the rest of
Bvles.
Wednesday's scores were as follows:
Business Men 1
J. Andreas 18G
Holmes 191
Ridley 156
Christie .."-..? .'...,157
V. Andreas 160
Stratton . .'-. 144
White "....131
Totals
Real Estate
Herms
Towle ,.
770
1
149
132
BIG LEAGUE BALL
BOSSES ARE BUSY
New York, Dec. 15. Robert L.
Hedsre notified the anaual meeting of
the American league of professional I
baseball clubs, yesterday, that he had
received an offer for his majority in- j
terest in the St- Louis club, and with
the consent of the league he would ac
the way ahead of the field. Cobleskill
was in position to "make a winning
move at the stretch, but hung when
called upon. Mauretania got away from Gilbert 159
the barrier badly, but made up dis-j Houck .. J .".. !!!I!!l65
tance enough to finish third. ,
r Tke Summaries. j Totals ,..857
First race, five and one-half furlongs, j Bankers jf.
selling, maiden 2yearolds. value to first ' Gilchrist ..T .'.....178
?225 Oblivion, 110 (Louder), 6 to 1,
won; Red Lass, 109 (Keogh), 13 to 5,
second; Beach Sand, 107 (Allen), 6 to 1,
third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Beechmont,
Owenita, Erince Withers. Footfall, Frita
Emmet, Hersaw, Strange. Morada, Muy
Bueno, ran.
Second race, six furlongs, selling,
3j-earolds and up, value to first 225
Gladys Louise, 111, (S. Smith), 9 to 2,
won; Pedro, 111 (Ganz), 5 to 2, second;
Rio Pecos, 111 (Wilson). 7 to 5, third.
Time, 1:13 1-5. Miss Caithness, Sink
Spring, Ed Holly, ran.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling,
Syearolds and up, value "to first 225
Tavora, 106 (Benschoten), 7 to 1, won;
McNally, 106 (Parker), 7 to 2, second;
You Win, 106 (Murphy), 12 to 1, third.
Time, 1:28 1-5. Cuban Boy, St. Kilda,
Spooner, Marcus, Invergarry, Duchess
of Montebella, ran.
Fourth race, four and one-half fur
longs, selling, 3yearolds and np, value
to first 225 Tom McGrath, 111 (Ganz
9 to 2, won; Gene Wood, 106 (Parker),
4 to 1, .second; Elder, 111, (McCullough),
133
162
156
144
157
3
172
162
178
142
198
Tl.
491
515
490
445
520
752 852 2461
Blumenthal 146
Willis 121
Rhomer - 162
, Totals 710
Yannigans 1
Mast .w 115
Keifer 140
Ellswort 152
Crockett 150
Woods 140
127
210
138
215
139
829
2
15S
136
116
120
138
3
-1S2
162
133
184
116
777
3
141
126
203
156
162
TL
4S7
529
431
543
386
2376
Tl.
443
394
465
397
462
668 78S 2166
119
105
167
152
114
3
155
140
118
127
162
Tl.
389
385
437
429
416
Totals 697 657 702 2056
WILLIE HOPPE MARRIES.
Baltimore, Md Dec. 15. Willi
Hoppe, the billiard expert, was mar
ried yesterday afternoon at the catne
cent it Tha league T anointed a com- s to 5- third- Time- 1:08 1-5. Dr. Mack, j dral to Miss Alice Walsh, only daugh
cept it. xne. league appointed a com -rrr.. nir, ci.-v -o -n t.,. . . e -ri,n w.ii, , --oaitviir Mnth.
mittee consisting of president Ban
Johnson, president Charles Comiskey
of Chicago, and president Frank J.
Farrell, of New York, to consider the
offer and report.
Thomas 3". Lynch was reelected
president of the National league loz
one year
Murphy. Ebbetts and Fogel with
their three v.otes, won a victors' in de
"f eating a resolution to amend the con
stitution so- that the schedule commit
tee should be done away with and the
league president delegated to form a
schedule in conjunction with $he Amer
ican league president. The schedule
committee was reappointed, and in
February they will confer with Ban
Johnson and the two will promulgate
the schedules for both major leagues.
The league adopted a resolution
against the acceptance by players of
prizes such as were contested ' for by
LaJole and Cobb last season.
FAVORITES LOSE.
Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 15 . Surprises i
attended the running of five races here
Wednesday, in which favorites were
decisively downed. Percy Taylor, was
the only successful first choice and his
c(wner was forced to pay 105 to re
tain him.
Silverware for gifts buy at Snyder
Jewelry Co.'s auction.
Xmas specialty candy McCullough's.
THE WEATBSS.
Forecast.
'For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Friday, fair.
For New Mexico: Tonight, fair; cool
er southeast portion; Friday, fair.
For west Texas: Tonight and Friday,
generally fair.
Local Office U. S. TVeatker BareaB.
EI Paso, Tex Dec. 15, 1910.
El Paso Readings.
Today. Yesd'y.
6 a.m. 6p.m.
Barometer (sea lev,el) ...30.26
Dry thermometer 41
Wet thermometer ......... 38
Dew point ..!.. 34
Relative humidity 77
Direction of wind .. .. NE
Velocity of wind 6
State of weather --..-.. pt cldy pt cldy
Rainfall last 24 hours T
Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. -47
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs. .40
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WB.IGHTOX IS CASHIER.
Albert Wrighton is the new cashier
at the El Paso Harvey house. He
comes from La Junta, Colo.
30.19
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42
37
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Joe Woods. The Slicker. Pannell. Ly- i ter of Thomas Walsh, a wealthy cloth
kers, ran. 1 ing manufacturer of New York. The
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling, j ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Syearolds, value to first 300 Sigurd, P. C. Gavan, chancellor of the arch
110 (Molesworth), 9 to 5, won; Cat. diocese of Baltimore.
105 (Ganz),. 12 to 1, sec6nd; Butter Ball,
&Lu&?2?bm-1:" M QUITS MORGAN'S
BANKING FIRM
Commendation, Clay, ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling.
yearoms ana up, vaiue to nrst $zzo . Georse w. Perkins of the firm of J.
Ramon Corona, 101 (Parker), 5 to 1 Morgan & Co., of New York city, who
won; Cobleskill, 109 (Reid), 6 to 1, sec- is to retire jaIlUary 1. after being with
ond; Mauretania, 112 (Ganz), 11 to 2
third. Time, 1:24 2-5. Preen, Misprison
Tom Franks, Cheswardine, Buna, ran.
the firm 10 years. Another member
who will retire will be Edward F.
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FRIDAY'S EXTRIES
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
20tk Day, Friday, Dec 1G.
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First race, purse, maiden 2yearolds,
five furlongs Texan, 107; Trafalgar,
107; Canapa, 107: Beach Sand, 110;
Practitioner, 110; CoL Marchmont, 110;
Shot, 110; Fred Essen, 112.
Second race, selling, fillies and
mares, six furlongs Aunt Nancy, 8ii
Roberta, 99; Florence A, 101; Manila
S., 104; Shamrock, 105; Cotytto, 107; The
Pippin, 112.
Third race, selling, six furlongs Dick '
Moss, 107; Pid Hart, 107; Ed Holly,
107; Alice George, 107; Hidden Hand. ,
109; General Marchmont, 111; Work
Box. 114. , j
Fourth race, handicap, seven furlongs
Spohn, 103; Lomond, 103; Clamor, 110;
Ocean Queen, 110; Polls. 124.
Fifth race, selling, 2yearqlds, six fur
longs Oriental Pearl, 96; Ben Lasca,
104; Sigurd, 108; Rue, 111. J
Sixth race, selling, one mile and a J
furlong Salian, 93; Short Order, 96; ,
Barney Oldfield, 105; Bad News, 105; ,
John Louis, 109.
SHILLING OUTRIDES GABJVER
ON THE OAKLAND TRACK
Oakland. Cal., Dec. 15. The Liber
tine handicap at Emeryville resulted in
the closest finish of the season. Spell
bound beating Coppertown by a nose;
It -was a case of Shilling outfinishing
Garner. Spellbound ruled an odds-OD
favorite for the event.
w&ffihi ' r - V " X V-y ' ',& , "vis 'iMB
Whitney, who says he will give up
active business. Mr. Perkins, in his
satement, said: "I am withdrawing
from the firm for the purpose of de
voting more time to corporation work
and work of a public nature in which
I am deeply interested."
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