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li 1?AS0 HERu4XD Deeember 17 191- The Herald's Sporting News
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"7b Aose a;o are going back home to spend the Holidays
the following low round trip rates are announced:
Chicago St. Louis Kansas City
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Final return limit Jan. 18th
Tickets on sale Dec. 20th, 21st, 22nd.
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- ' - the Holidays a round trip rate of .
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. . Tickets on sale Dec. 23, 24, 25, 26, 30 and 31st. Also
Jan. 1st and 2nd. 1911. Final limh Jan. 3rd. - ' . .
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Richard Warren . H. D. McGregor
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?'' .Steamship Tickets Sold to All Parts of the World
ST A R TS DEC. 2G
P GOLF ITCH
ST COUNTRY CLUB
Woman's Holiday Match Is
Also to -Be Played on
Christmas Day, ilonday, Dec. 26, lias
been set aside as the opening day for
the midwinter handicap golf match at
te Country "club. The .-players have
been arranged into .three classes, A, B
and C, Tvith one or more "scratch" men
for each class, and five handsome prizes
will be competed for in" each class.
Dr. Jas. "Vance is scratch player in
class "A," Joe "Wright and W, G. Dunn
are scratch in class "B," and "V. R.
Stiles in class "C." All handicaps are
based on the several class "scratch"
Play is by medal score, and the West-j
ern Golf association rules govern, ex
cept as modified by local ground rules.
Any player violating any rule -will be
disqualified; breaking bushes is espe
Will Play DohsIss Club.
On Jan. 15 or 22 a large party of golf
ers -will go to Douglas to compete -with
that club, and the sports and pastimes
committee urges the players to practice
as .much as possible. David Livie, tke
club professional, will accompany the
team, ilany golfers feave been improv
ing their games by taking lessons from
Classes and Handicaps.
Below is a list of the several classes
with their handicaps:
Class "A" J. "Vance, 0;-C, H. Deavell,
2; P. J. Edwards, 3; A. TvV Houck, ;
"Waters Davis, 5; J. C-JWilmarth, 5; R.
G. Crowder, 6; J. F. "Williams, 7; A P.
Coles, 8; G. King, 8; H. A McLean, 8; e".
E. Xeff, 8; "W. "V. Sterling, 4; D. M. Su
Class "B" W, G. Duna, 0; Joe
"Wright, 0; H. S. Potter, 4; Geo. Trost.
2; Gus Trost, 2 J. B. Buckner, 3; "W. F.
Payne, 3; B, G? Semple, 5; "W. H. Shel
ton, 5; "W. E. Race, 6; "W. T. Hixson, 7;
yan "Wllsn, 5; J. F. Coles, 5; Otis Coles,
4- I BOWLlTG.
Team 3- was victorious Friday night
over team 7 in the Y. M. C. A "Bowling
league. They ran a margin of "64 points
5; J. F.,Primm, 5; C. A Beers 3; L.ee , over tnir opponents, xne mgnest.totai
Davis, 3; W. G. "Walz, jr., 5; W.3I. Pet- acd highest, game also were run by
ticolas 7. i members of team 3, J. C. Zozaya. haying
Class "C" V. R. Stiles, 0; Lieut. G. V. 521 for the. high total, and Alvarezwith
S. Quackenbush, 2; V. B. Andreas, 4; 2GG for hiSh same.
U. S. Stewart 5: D$rue-hprtv. 4r Lieut. 1 The scores.
F. H. Turner, 4; Lfeiit S. M. DeLof-i Team 3 : 1
fre, 5; A. H. Rhodes, S; Geo. C. "Wines, - C. Zozaj'a 1C9
2; Hines, 10; "W. L. Tooley, 8; Vallory, I Alvarez 206
10; Nelson, 10; T. J. Stafford, 10; J. J- Perrault .148
H. Laurie, 5; J. B. Kilpatrick, 8: J. A. ' '
Happer, 12; F. J. Feldman, 8; "W. Shu- Totals ..523
mate, 10; J. I. Edwards, 10; J. M. "Wy-j Team 7 . 1
att, 10; "W. E. Morris, 10. I Evans . ; 15l
Woman's Handicap Golf 3Iatck. Rumsey .J. 145
On Monday, Dec. 26, the women of ! Avina 161
the Country club will play the holiday ' J
match for nrizp? tn h ntc-j?rr?rJ Tiv 1ia ' Totals 457
club. 'Mrs. P. J. Edwards and Miss
Janie Ellis are "scratch" players on the ' Smith's Favorites won by a nose
handicap list. The general handicap from Brownsfield's Ringers at the
will be a sealed document, to be open- j Cactus club Friday night. Although
ed after all scores are brought in. carrying extra weight, Smith's men
W. G. A. rules, as locally modified,' managed to eke out a margin of 2 over
govern the play, which will be 12 holes, I thelr opponents. Brown of the Ringers
medal score. The f ollowinjr have al- i rolled the highest game with 195. Rob-
ready entered, and others desiring to erts of the Favorites proved to be the
play are requested to send in their most consistent bowler, with the high
names: Mesdames "Waters Davis, P. J. total of 545.
Edwards, J. A. Happer, J. F. Wil- The scores:
liams, W. R. Thurston, R. G. Crowder, Ringers 1
Shumate, G. V. S. Quackenbush, A. Brownsfield . 158
"W. Hoilok- -MT?spc .TjiTite TllHs Rprtnifld ' "Wainrlght 118
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Anna Grace Ellis, Olive Laurie.
476 475 1403
FAVORITE "WINS BIGGEST
EVEXT AT 'OAIvLAXD TRACIC
Oakland, Cal., Dec. 17. Moseley,
the favorite, won the feature at Em
eryville Friday, beating Belleview in
a drive. Outsiders figured prominent
ly, Canique and Busj' Man being two
winners at .good prices.
Jockey Gilbert was -suspended by the
stewards for his ride on Dargfn
Thursday and ""for other unsatisfac
tory efforts. l
FAVORITES WIN.. (
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 17. Favor
ites made a clean sweep of the card
at Moncrief park Friday and, the lay
ers who have been consistent leaders,
received another good drubbing.
Favorites o 1
Smith ... 151
Totajs 697 ,J11 794 2202
WRESTLER SUSTAINS HIS v
REPUTATION AS A WINNER
Detroit. Mich., Dec. 17. Henry Orde
man, tne Minneapolis wrestler, to whom
Frank Gotch turned over his title upon
his retirement, won from Ernest Fenby,
or Shephe.rd, Mich., in straight falte
here last night.
Shows. Himself Best Bowler
in El Paso in a Well
The largest crowd in the bowling
.history of El Paso was at the Cactus
club alleys Friday night to watch the
match game between A. "W. Houck
and E. M. Roberts, for the city cham
pionship. Roberts's defeat was de
cisive, there being no time during the
contest that Houck's superiority was
not in evidence.
Roberts is one of the few two fin
gered bowlers in the countnr. His in
dex and middle fingers on his bowling
hand are cut off at the knuckles. Al
though handicapped in this way, he is
able to show the fine points of the
gamp to most of the local fans.
Roberts came here with a reputa
tion, having at one time been a mem
ber of the fast Duffy team, of St.
Louis, which was rated as among the
best In the country. In the contest
Friday night, however, he seemed to
be all out of luck, as invariably the
pins would break badly. He rolled a
clean, sure ball but splits were much
in evidence. .,
Houck was at his best. In the first
game he started off with seven strikes,
and, throughout the contest he seemed
to be able to strike at will.
In every detail in the results, the
score shows Houck to have put up the
better game. Up to the eighth game,
Houck kept his average above the 200
mark and finished the 10 games with
on nvoraETA nf 191. T?nhrtB rtn thp
other hand only ran an average of 166. j
The score follows:
Houck 246, 313, ISo, 221, 17, 172,
203, 186, 151, 192. Total 1916.
Roberts 175, 147) 168, 191, 157, 15S,
124, 131. 16?, 145. Total, 1655.
High game, 246,, Houck; strikes,
Houck, 38; Roberts, 35; strikeout, Rob-
The Winners Are .
The Puzzle Committee had' their work cut out for them this time. There were
at least thirty answers that should have been awarded a prize. However, the
Puzzle Committee considered th6 merits of each one .carefully, and the follow
ing awards are made: -
Mrs. W. P. Corbett, 408 1-2 Wyoming St., -wins the First Miss Hortense SheHley, 1209 N. MoreHce St.3 wins the
Prize of $2.00. Second Prize of $1.00.
THE 50c PRIZES ARE WON BY
Stephen O'Donnell, Port BlWs, Texas. j
Monica .Gushing, 1306 Magoffin Ave. -Dorothy
Spetzman, 1411 Boulevard.
Mrs. H. X. Evan, 618 Stewart St.
THE SPECIAL PRIZES ARE WON BY
The 2'-pound box of McCullongh's El Paso Made Casdy,
by Mary Evans, 917 Williams St.
The 5 tickets to the Crystal Theater, by Zu&t Creasi&w,
706 San Diego St.
The 5 tickets to the Wigwam Theater, by Willie Cofe,
2001 Corona St.
Winners will please call at the office of the El Paso Gas & Electric Co.? in the
The AitMbver to the 'P-u&izle Was
1. Bird's wings reversed. 2. Boy's ear reversed. 3. Umbrella tpp.reyersed. 4
and 5. Boy'shands reversed. and7. Boy's shoes on wrong feet. 8. Tfiree
fingers on girl's right hand.- 9. Three fingers on girl's left hand.
WE THANK YOU
-: We-extend thanks to our Puzzle Class for the many nice things they said about
our puzzle series of advertisements. We believa that much good was derived
from this advertising. While our subsequent advertisements will have no di
rect prize money attached, we assure you that they will always" be worth read
ing,, and if you will do what they tell you it is a certainty that you will make
considerably more money than the weekly prizes we have be,en offering. We
-wish yo'u one and all a Terry Christmas.
El Paso Gas H Electric Co.
erts; spares Houck, 49; Roberts, 40;
errors, Houck, 4. Roberts. 8; spllt
Houck, 14; Roberts, zx. auuiCJ, ....
laims. Judge Crawford.
FIGHT CALLED OFF IX"
FEAR OF STATE INTERFERENCE
New Orleans, La., Dec. 17. Follow
ing the announcement of acting gover
nor Lambremont, that he would use
all means necessary to prevent the
scheduled 20 round fight bout between
Tony Ross anU Jimmy Barry before
the "West Side Athletic club Saturday,
it was called, off by the promoters
The announcement that the Ross
Barry fight would not be permitted
was given out following the r'eceipt of
an opinion by attorney general Guion
that the proposed contest would be in
violation of the state law.
TJnless governor Sanders, on his re
turn from Washington, takes a differ
ent view the action of the lieutenant
'governor will result in putting a stop
to prize fights in this state.
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RACING EVENTS SHORTLY
Tampa, Fla., Dec. 17. Directors of
the Tampa Racing association "today
agreed to the principal stake events of
the meeting here to begin next month, j
including: ' j
PAGE T, LAST SECTION.
$2000; February 13, Pomological conven
tion handicap, 3000.
KNOCKED OUT IN FIVE
ROUNDS AT PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 17. Edward,
alias "Kid" Gardiner. 21 years old,. was
knocked out and probably fatalH" in
jured last night in a six round boxing
match with Johnny Kain. 21 years old,
at the Nonpareil Athletic club. In the
fifth round Kaiu floored Gardiner with
a right hook to tht jaw. Gardiner was
carried rrom the ring unconscious with
a fractured skull. Kain was arrested.
"Washington, D. C, Dec 17, Repre
sentative Champ Clark has. Issued a.
statement fully outlining, his platform
as the prospective .speaker at Ihe Dem
ocratic house of representatives in tho
next congress. He proclaims himself in
favor of the appointment of committees
of the house by a committee, rather
than by the speaker; and he states that
the tariff Should be revised schedule
by schedule, rather than in one single
LITTLE WINS FIGHT.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 17. Walter Bittle
of Chicago was giveji the decision at
the end of 15 rounds over Bert Keyes,
of New York, here last night.
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January 2. opening day, Tampa
Trihurio handicnn. nurs SnOOO: 9th.
Tampa Bay hotel handicap, $3000: 10th,
Florida Brewing company 'Handicap, I
$300tf; 23rd De Soto hotel handicap, '
?20Q0; 30th, Hillsboro -notel handicap, I
TEN ROUND BOUT.
Fon du Lac, Wis., Dec. 17. Eddie
ilcGorty had the best of a 10 round
bout with Jack Dillon last night. The
fight went the limit.
To Vote on Senators.
Washington. D C. Dec. 17. Bv a
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vote of two to one, a sub-committee
of the senate committee on judiciary,
authorized a favorable report on a- res-
olutlon for a constitutional amendment
to provide for the election of United
States senators by direct vote of the j
people. , j
Steel Aereplaae. -s
New Orleans, La., Dec. 17, The first
all-metal aeroplane ever flown in pub
lic will be operated by John B. 3foi
snnt at -the aviation tournament to bs
held in New Orleans from. December 24
to January 2.
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