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Sport and Society News Section
NSTfTUTE WINS FROM SOLD;
EL PUSH DEFEATS DEiilS ELEVE
Cadets, Outweighed by Players of 22d Infantry Eleven,
Demonstrate that Beef Does Not Count For
Everything The High School Walks
Away With the Deming Boys. '
school and the Military institute. He
is said to know the frame from A to
A, and has officiated in many con-'tests.
El rase MtKarj- Institute 13
2Sd Inf aatrj- C
KI Paae Htek School 4S
DcalBg IUgfe School... 8
was a pretty play and elicited round
after round of applause from the side
lines where the spectators took the
contest as a farce.
It was El Paso that was penalized
most often for offside plays, holding
in the line and pushing their men
through the line, contrary to the
Four 15 minute quarters were
played and Si Paso made most of
its scores during; the first quarter
showing: a noticeable relaxation dur
ing; the second half of the game. In
the last quarter, when it was seen
thrt Deming;. .had no chance to score
coach Evans put in nearlv all of his
The original lineup of the teams
El Paso Deming
Shumaker f. Upton
Foster , McDougal
Rogers .. T. .' Soltero
Right .Guard. '
Walker ..,..- Steed
Umpire: Albro. Referee, Dealing".
Linesmen: Crockett for Kl Paso and
Mccurdy for Deming;.
Other . players who participated in
the game for 1 Paso were: Robin
son, Kilburn, Downey, Rogers, Naco,
0"NelI and Sorrels. The other players
who were in the frame for Deming
were: Watkins and Hubbard.
That beef does not count for erer
thmg in a football game was proved
m the first of the two games at
Washington park Saturday. The
Military institute team, outweighed
from 20 to 39 pounds to the man,
defeated the husky soldiers of the 22c
The institute scored the first touch
down in the first quarter of the game
when "Red" Tower, a game little full
back, took the ball across the sol
diers' line after several successful
end runs and line rushes. Hill kicked
the goal and the score stood 7 to 6 in
favor of the institute.
It was in the third quarter that
the soldiers hurling all their weight
against their opponents' line rushed
the ball to the goal line and Martin
pushed" his way through the light
school boys and walked over the line
"with the pigskin. Mahoney missed
the kick for goal and the score stood
7 to 6 in favor of the institute.
Speed Wins Victory.
In the fourth quarter the school
boys showed their superior ' knowl
edge of. the game and their speed
which has only recently been de
veloped. By forward passes and fast
end runs they rushed the ball down
into' their opponents' territory and by
consistent playing sent Hoover over
the line with the second touchdown of
the game. Darbyshire missed the kick
for goal and the score stood IS to
in favor of the institute.
With only two minutes to play the
soldiers foaghf fiercely to gain an
other touchdown and tie the score if
possible, but the institute boys had
their pluck with them and they con
tested every foot of the ground. The
game ended with, the ball in posses
sion of the army in their own terri
tory. The Liaeup.
Military Institute 22d Infantry
Rand - .Atwood
Russell .' Fahey
Reed , Colle
TsrrilL Baker Laroa.-Aiaiit the DemingtteK
HHi. Ballot Urbansky, Frmt
NelmK, Darbyshire Mahoney
Geiger V MartiH
Referee: Albro. Umpire: Sullivan.
Liaesman: Crockett. Time of quar
ters: Ten minutes.
EI Pane-DemlBK Game.
By the score of 42 to the El Paso
High school won from the Deming
High school la the second game of
the doubleheader. It was a -whole lot
worse than it looks in the score. It
was a runaway match with El Paso
doing the running and Deming trail
ing behind trying, trying to catch up
but never getting near enough to their
opponents' goal line to see the color
of the grass on the other side.
Kl Paso had the best of it in weight,
height, age and experience. The Dem
ing boys played such a close forma
tion that when their backs tried to
make any gains they were stopped by
their own line.
Speed Is Deming Star.
One boy. Speed, right end for Dem
ing was the shining star of his aggre
gation. He seemed to know the game
and he played it Small of 3tature,
slight of build and having the ap
pearance of a boy from the grammar
school he was full of grit and ginger.
It was he who made the only appreci
able gains for his team. Besides he
was fast. He was down the field in
a hurry and he tackled like a demon.
His face was rubbed in the hard
around and was scratched but he
didn't seem to mind it.
Shea SUaes For Bl Paso.
Shea, left half for the High school
was the star at his team. He. seemed
to take the game as a huge Joke and
when he caught the ball, ran past his
opponents smiling at them. His goal
kicking was perfect. On several oc
casions the triple pass was worked
by him. Ronan and Byerle to ' perfec
tion just as each of tee runners was
to be tackled by a Deming player. It
S SI f 1 T-l1n vw CI n m :
i Pennsylvania State, 14; University of
Purdue, 21, Northwestern, .
Wisconsin, 30; Chicago, 12.
Michigan, 7; South Dakota. 7.
Swarthmore, 20; Uj-sinug, 0.
Carlisle. 34; Lehigh. 14.
Cornell, 10: Williams, 2.
Bucknell, 0; Fayette. 0.
Minnesota. 13; Illinois. 0.
Oklahoma, 6; Kansas. S.
Missouri, 0; Nebraska, 7.
Dartmouth, 59; Amherst, . "
Brown, 12; University of Vermont, 7.
Washington. 13; Drake, 33.
University of Colorado, HI; Colorado
Utah, 10; University ofrMontana. 3.
Utah Aggies, 64; Wyoming, 0.
Haskell, 13; Denver University, 10.
At Los Angeles Santa Clara univers
ity, 19; University of Southern Califor
Zbyszko Does Not Want Gotch
To Put His Title In Storage
Annual Offer Is Made by Manager Herman to Gotch for Wrestling Match
Has $5000 Forfeit to Post
By ED. CURLET. :
EW YORK, N. 1. Nov. 4. Jack
Herman, who is back in town,
has $5000 in bills 6f large de
nomination which he is mad to get rid,
of. Not ' that he desires to cast
the -roll to the winds. o.
sir-ee! Jack is not foolish in
headv All he wants to do with that
dough fl to5ost"it as a 'forfeit a ISort
of bait to coax Frank Gotch back into
the wrestling game.
It seems that Gotch is telling the
folks on the farm that he intends to
retire with the wrestling cnampion
countryunUrtlip middle of next month
and in the meantime I'm going to use
my best efforts to get Gotch to call off
his retirement and wrestle the Pole.
"You'll have to admit that Zbyszko
stands second to Gotch in the list, and
it is only fair that he be given a
,,,. 1, ciufnee at the title. Naturally if Gotch
mc'i ..a !-. i 1.1. -.... . K w. 1.
jivau til imb suiiciuciii wiai uc
through with the same I will claim
fine cfDWn-on behalf of my grappler.
That is nofnvuch more than an empty
honor, . which is not pleasing to
"In addition to the Salt Lake offer.
the PTttsburg Athletic club is willing j
-V -M WH.Wrf UW .
AND THE MONEY BLEW AWAY
Tales Told At the Ringside
By W. A. Phelon
ST. JOSEPH PITCHKtt LEADS
LIST IX WESTISIIX LEAGUE
Chicago 111., Nov. 3.--Pitching . nd
batting records of the Western league
as announced here follow:
Pitching E. Thomas, St Joseph, 786:
Hicks, Omaha "S3: Dessau, Lincoln. 750:
Hail, Omaha, 735: Leonard, Denver
710; Slaughter. Sioux City. 786; Johnson.
St. Joseph, 697; Schrleber, Denvear CJ.
Kinsella, Denver, 667; Ellis, lcntta,
667; Beebe, Wichita, 667; Young. Sioux
City; 667. .
Batting Isbell. Des Moines, 381 : Bos- 1
ton. St. Joseph, 364; McLarry, Lincoln
361; McCormick Lincoln, 348: Block,
Denver, 347 ; Watson, St. Joseph. 32,
Zwilling. St. Joseph. 341: Beall, Denver, I'
337; Myers. Sioux City. 336; Kenworthy, I
oKt.. noi.lrA.1 xurar In tht.
..kit i. nrl.rrinr Herman The lat- match. As I said before. Gotch can
ter is euldme- Zybsaho through the do aU the dictating regard.ng .the di-
-".- "-" - a aI Vielnh n-F t . miMA .5 1 I VWwvIrft
mazes of the grappling sport anu warns ... .c ""? -7?. z"J"""
to get Gotch to give the Pole' another
chance at tne uue. - 1
Herman claims that he manage
ment of the Salt Lake Amusement
company stands ready and willing to
hang up a purse of $8ff,000 for a
match between the two stars of the
hammerlock division. In behalf of
Zbvszko, Herman is agreeable to the
offer and is perfectly willing to allow,
Gotch to dictate the terms."
"It can be winner take all, split any
other way, or I will sign articles giv
ing Gotch the lion's share of the purse
whether he wins or loses," declares
"Zbyszko will not return to this
Confidence Alays Lacking
in Camps of Major Elevens
By DAMON RUNYOW.
The Kl Paso Military institute team
has a stiff contest on for next Satur
day. The boys will meet the eleven
from troop M, 13th cavalry on that
day. This is in preparation for the
hig Thanksgiving game with the El
Paso High school.
The EI Paso High school eleven ex
pected to go to Deming next Saturday.
eeuid not stand
the expense. It is expected that -a.
game -will be arranged with one of
the soldier teams on that day.
Lieut M. P. Short, of the 22d in
fantry is to referee the Thanksgiving
game between the El Paso High
EW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 4. A
fighter, with one hand clutch
ing the rope ready for his leap
into the ring, pauses to issue a colufmn
and a half proclamation as to his con
dition, which has never yet failed to
be finer than the fuzz on a bullfrog's
back, and to explain just how and why
he will win his squabble. So, too. a
baseball manager about to lead his
vaudbvillians and authors into the
fray, will speak to the extent of half
a paste, illustrated by line drawings
and photographs on the certainty of
Napoleon doubtless lingered at the
door of Waterloo to announce to the
scribes clustered at his rear that he
would surely win unless it was a
"frameup," and we feel certain that
Hannibal used to dictate statements
to the sporting editors of his time as
"I was never In better condition In
my life, and I advise all my friends to
have a bet on me."
Such is not -the rule in football,
Jttfwwwcv' atthougfc-ai ftWf It may be
burW someWher down among all
those new codicils which have been
attached to the articles of agreement
drawn up since last year far down,
where no eye has yet had time to
wander. It is the custom of the ages
for confidence to get up and beat it
out of the house just as soon as the
big teams are through squashing the
bush league elevens.
You never read a statement from a
football leader about how his follow
ing will cave in the roof of the oppo
sition. Why' We give it up. It
simply isn't done, that's all. Possibly
it isn't ethical, 'but still it might save
many a bug-eyed football enthusiast 1
nights of insomnia, if instead of har
rowing up his soul with statements as
to the frightfully low spirits of the
team and the amazing strength of the
other fellow, some coach -would come
out and announce:
"We expect to maim, and possibly
murder, every member Qf that pusil
lanimous Yalevard outfit. We'll win
further than you. can shoot a rifle
there's . nothing to it but us.? '
You don't read those kind of state
ments, though. The captain of the
Neversweats bemoans for Jiublieatipo
the fact that Lefty Guard has a frac
ture of the -bankroll and John Tackle
has cast a zho. JStya team cantt win
for 8r tHfXeet- JWlu, ndr-evrybdy
around the caraa Is very -sag aboiit in
The innocent reader wonders that
the parents of the young men in-1
volred permit them to play football at
all if they are going to have to do it
wants is a chance at the title."
It will be a great shock to the many
friends and aamirers of William Mc
Kinney,, the great steeplechase rider of
a few ) ears .ago, to learn that he has
been struck deaf and dumb. At the
present time, ilcKipney is under the
care of the leading physicians and
specialists In Montreal, who consider
the case one of the most startling and
interesting in many years.
Th nhairians held nut hnne to the
game . little fellow that he may re- I
cover his hearing and speech, but say
that it will not be for some time. In
tne meantime, JttcJlinney has to carry
on all conversation in writing.
In a letter to the writer, McKinney
says he intends to go to Toronto to
have ao operation performed is he ob-
When McKinney rode in the east he
was -considered to have no prAinl In
traveling over the sticks. - When the
sport shut down here millboy, as he
was, called went to Canada, where
he rode with varying success.
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ATHER ALWAYS WANTED NE7O0EA
GENTLEMEN B SEATED
ONES- PECUUhR ViVORCE CA5C
KTERLOCWO&- WM AT WAS IT 7
FOR HAVING- TWO WIVES IN THE
ArtE 3J.OCK JUST IO T300TZS
flPAl?T3'OD6E ASKeD HlM
WHICH HE MfiRRED L.AST
SHOCMAKEJ? TOLD UlM JWDfrC
SAID HE COULD tfETfPTHAT ONE
&VE THE FIRST Ot& UP'HE SAID
LArVyER FOR HRST ONE OBJECTED
5AID LfHVREflP THAT RRSTONE
WAS LAWFUL WiFEs 3UD&E RE
FUSED TO CHANGE HIS .DECISION
JNTERLOOrrOR-THATS A PECULlflRj
BONESWEXL THE JUP6E &flTD THE
SHOEMfitffcT? tW5TSJK3i TO H LH&7
EXCITEMENT IN THE NEWSPAPER
OFFICE WAS AT A FEVER HEAT.
THE JURY IN THE BIG MURDER
TRlftL HAD BEEN OUT RN HOOK
THE REPOETEl?.S AT THE OFFICE
WAITED BREATHLESSLY KT7HE
-TELEPHONES FOR. NEWS FROM, J
THE COURT HOUKS HM? 6OTSE
BY, VET NO NEWS BLEW IN
FINALLY THERE WAS- A BURE-R
ONWHE PHONE THE REPORTER
HELD HIS BREATH AS A VOICE
SHOUTED," IF THEY HELD ft
WALKNO MATCH IN MADISON
&Q0ARE GARDEN WHAT WOULD
BE THE &AIT RECEIPTS ?
fYCS IT WAS A PARjVWIRa-flND
kvE A vflRT MCN
James Johnson has graduated Eddie
Morgan from the bantam class to the
featherweight division. The clever
manner in Which the English cham
pion disposed of Frankie Burns an-i
Kddfe (TKeefe around here has start
ed Johnson on the jump. He now in
Kllbane until the latter gives Morgan
a battle in which the featherweight
title is at stake.
Johnson has wired to "Uncle Tom"
McCarey, of Los Angeles, begging for
a fight with Kilbane. As "Uncle
Tom" thinks Junes is the only man
ager in the w orld, it is probable that
Jimes -will obtain lis wish.
Ts.tRLY 2 years ago, niea California en.-ue iMfetty near to betas tke
V buxing center of the tmiverse, seme of the flarJttK pulled off at the aa
-L l lntHclaee c1h were to say It atlMIy rtrtfcer m the ttnMon order.
Am seem always to happen Trhea the boxing game Is let aloae Ions eaoagh fur
It te lieeemc a fixture, the promoters and the nMmasern befrta to sekeate, to
frauxj things, and to double-crow the helpless puMie. When yon u doahir
cross them 1b California, yea KNUally make a good thiBr out of it, too, for the
wports out there are ready bettors and will pHt .Hp their hard earae cola ob
any preposition where they think they have an even break.
AIobr 1b the period nkcR the fakes and lay dora were happening" most
frequently, Tom Tracey, the Australian welter weight, a cracking goad man.
arrl ed la Sob Kranclieo, and, as .soon As lie had shews, his credentials, was
given a match ith a western celebrity named Gallagher. Xraeey traiaed
hard, get into good shape, sad came down te the elnb determined te show his
"cIhsh and edify the native hons. Somebody soggested that he pay a friendly
call to Gallagher, Jutt to show that there was bo III feeling, aad the Austra
lian trotted over te his rival's dressing room.
Jntt as Traeey and Gallagher had shakes hands, la ease two of the di
rectors of the club, fat. Important men, with beamlsg faces. "Ah boys,"
exclaimed obc of the director, "delighted to find you here together. Now, beys,
we don't care a darn which one of yeH wins, if the fight pleases the crowd,
but, for our own protection, because we are Just going out to place oar money,
we want to know bow which one of yon it is te be.
Traeey, bewildered, uncomprehondiBg. stared open mouthed, but Gal
lagher spoke up sharply- "I'm golnf. to win." snapped Gallagher, and the di
rectors, nith beams and chuckles, marched away. Traeey, taklag it for granted
that Gallagher had simply uttered a bluffing boast, and sever suspecting that
the direetors fully understood that the fight was fixed and framed, went
back to his ewa room, got into his flghtlag togs, and waited the eall te battle.
la a fast and riotens fight Traeey worked rings " rossd Gallagher a little
later la the evening. Gallagher was strong asd game, bat the AsstraHaa was
a Blaster with the gloves, and poor Gallagher, expecting every minute that
Tracey would lay dowa. was finally bowled over. Traeey, sever dreaming that
he had coldly spoiled a big killing, got his mosey and went away, whlstlisic
a Sydney ballad. The direetors, loslsg several thousand dollars, saw their
money take wings and blow away asd poor Gallagher, who had assamed all
the time that he was to be made the victor as per previoas agreement, was the
goat seves ways.
They did fussy things is those eld days, but sometimes the wise ones were
the lobsters after all.
CRUCES MAY ENTER
THE CACTUS LEAGUE
The Fibab club of Las Cruces favors
a Cactus baseball league and is plan
ning to hold a meeting on Friday of
this week to discuss the proposition.
Argument is made locally both for
and. against the organization of such-a
league. Some baseball fans say that
it can be made a paying proposition if
grounds can be secured close enough
k tArn Thov wa stf tt a nniniAn tKot
i Washington Dark is so far awav from
the city, it requires so long to make
the trin that onlv about half of the
1 on me jumu. ne 1101 111- l - - rr - -- -
chase the fleeting Johnny 1 fans o to the games there.
baseball cannot be made a success un
less there is some guarantee made by
business men. of the city.
One man who was interested m the
tournament at Albuquerque during the
fair pointed to the action taken b Sil-
er Cit That city picked up a team,
Daid the Denses of all the Plaers to
I and from "vlouqueroue, the return ex
penses of the men and also their ex
penses during the tournament and in
addition, gave them the purse they won
during' the fair. This cost the business
men about $756, but they did it for ad
vertising, and they figure that they
were repaidlor the outlay of money.
3 ADDITIONAL SPORT
O ON NKXT FAGS 8
A Card to the Public
The Cactus Shoe Shining Parlor is now
located in the lobby of the Hotel McCoy.
If you wish a first class shoe shine and
all Jhe black taken off your tan shoes
gives us a trial.
MR&. JONES OF THC SUBURBS
FeeLins lonesome' and sad
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