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Who Is That Happy Man?
He's the Guy What Put
the Willrt Voodrow Wilson.-
The Secretary Expects A Rush
Of New Members In the
Down- With-Everything Club.
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THE WAYLAID WAGON
Tales Told At the Ringside
By W. A. Phelon
SKRVLN'G long 8e-teaeei ia the gloomy eellx at Jellet shut away fxem
tke warid iTer the pawt twenty yearn, aad with a few more to so are
tue of the best kanra yensrraen la America sb they owe their a
W Hftaaln to the (Use. am the Soap Mai," aail "MlnneapBlJ
Mei," they were sailed anionic their pal before they wet away for the
toss sHeaee they were eeaviete and senteaeeti under other names, bat
taea or m Basse, erlme or no crime they mifEht still he loose and free sat
for the ftfchriaa; yaatlme and the skin glove eraze that held away seme
tvvemty aowoat hack.
The iHekleais yefCKmem did sot try to be priseflKhters. Far lie it from
Hen. 3ior tW they try to promote a battle ia daBKeroaa territory. Nor
did they raid the safe of a flRht elab. Thea how la the name of all that is
MOBttlMe eetiid the boxing; same be resHoalble for the leaa; sentence., bow
betas; served by thin HafortHaate pair? Eaiiy whea yoH Badcrstaad. Twenty
yearn awe. -whea the jrame -was la trowbieaoBie circMBUtHBew, the fight fans
of Chleafto, IadlaaaHolin aad other resioaa lifted to take their battles to
laaely atretehea amid the sandhills of the lake shore, aad there have the tus
Kei with sMb gloves aad anltmlted round w. It was hot sport, and Rome of
the greatest fighters of all time, men like .Jack McAHllffe and George La
tage, fonfrht their gamest ceBteata with the little gloves aad ia either sand
floored rings or the eary houses of little villages. The came was a rinky
obc, with sheriffs even ia BHrsiiit aad thugH plying their Befarioas trades
aBtoBjt the aaorts, bat the fight lings kept it going, aad countless were the
Moody battles ia the end.
Whea the akis glove mills were moat numerous, some rafter sports,
matched Terry 'White and Billy Bret-nan. two of the live wires of the day.
aad slated them to meet amoas the sand hills. The sports weat oat to the
ringside as best they could, tuting every possible means of eoHveyauce, and
obc live!- bunch, troubled with bright Ideas, hired a monstrOHs vrafrea.
Then the gam?, forty strong, get Into that hage wagon, its towering sides
It had been used to carry saad or bran completely hid them, and anyone
pnasing 1b the road would have imagined that the eld farmer ivith the whip
was driving: home an empty vehicle.
ew, as fate would have It. "XiaBeapolis Bed'' aad "Sam the Sohp
-HEan," fresh from a successful foray on aa Illinois bank, were hiding out,
I-Mtesttna; the brash Bear the border Hae for just a few days, till certain pals
eeMld come along aad a new sally into baakdem eeald be arranged. On this
particular evening, they were resting Bear the roadside when they beheld an
aged rustle leisarely driving; a maraeth wages aad steadily approaching
them. "Chance of a lifetime." said MlaaeapeM Bed. "Let's take them two
horses drive to vHle, sell 'em aa" hep a freight to .where we will find the
bwaeh, 'stead HV watting tUl they sets here." "Bed," assented Sam, you sure
have get some head. Come on we'll aeare the eld jreeaer foolish, an' if he
objects we'll pat him to sleep wit a shovel !" Aad so spcaklns, clambered
late the read, rnshed apen the horses aad roared hoarse commands to halt.
The next moment, forty heads bobbed up from the bottom of the
wskob. Korty faees. most of them, the kind you see ia Hlghtntares, glow
ered over the side ef the conveyance. Twenty or more of the gang came pil
ing eat tote the road, aad, staaaed In their surprise, too rattled too either
flight or tern, the two yeKsTraea were prisoners. As fataf lack would hare
It. two of the waajOB crowd were policemen, enjeyiag a Bight off, and these
two Immediately spotted the captives. The rest of the talc is easy. Two
heart broken yeraj toted away; two eells were filled; two pelieemCB yanked
dotva Mg rewards aad that's a plenty.
"PrmeBtrhttfiV says Minneapolis Red, as he makes harness ia the shop,
4s a ertettaal thlaar. Every last one av 'em ooxht-a get meat p fer life aa
fettr years leaser. Bat for prfeeflghtla', me aad' Sam wouldn't be here today."
Referee Ed Smith Tell Why
Ad Wolgast Is Not Popular
iD SMITH, Chicago sport
who refereed the Wolgast-Mandot
mill at New Orleans, advances
several reasons for the unpopularity of
the lightweight champion. Is part he
"In addition to being the champiaon
lightweight of the world, Adolph Wol
gast can boast of a couple of other
titles. Unquestionably he has stood
off more hard luck than any fighter or,
modern times, aad again he is doubt
less the most maligned champion we
ever had in a prominent class.
"Wolgast is a peculiar combination.
Though even his enemies admit that
he is one of the toughest, the gamest
and the hardest of the class. Ad has
been toasted and roasted at different
times from one end of the country to
"Just why it is hard to say. Perhaps
his unpopularity may be accounted for
in the same way that Jim Corbetfs
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early unpopularity might have been.
i Both whipped great public idols. That's
always a bad thing to do. if a man
would stand well. Corbett whipped
John L- Sullivan, and even the Irish
hated him for it, though Corbett was
Irish, too. Wolgast whipped Nelson,
j and some of the brightest of the critics
his feat was one that nobody ever be
fore came anywhere near accomplish- !
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Fernmps it is tne young man's own.i
disregard for public opinion. Again, .
it may be the fact that be is Making
lots of money, something that always
makes people pretty sore and starts
the hammers going at a furious rate.
Bat whatever It is. It cannot be be
cause he will not and does not fight.
If Wolgast had his own way in the 4
matter he wouTO battle middleweights.
"It may be mentioned that this
unpopularity does not prevail on the
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A. & M. WILL PLAY
Hamilton, Star Kad for the Xew Mex
ico Assies, Fractures "Wrist aad is
Oat of Game for the Season.
State College, N. M., Not. S. The
football squad is down to hard prac
tice for three hours each day now.
Coach Badenoche is rapidly rounding
; the first squad into shape for the Ari-
j sona game on November 8. Some 25
i or 30 men report to practice each day,
airing the first team the benefit of a
short scrimmage each day. Tackling
and bucking the line are a part of
each day's routine
Leonard Thomas reported for prac
tice on Monday and will be seen In
action against the University- of Ari- i
Hamilton, the star end, had the mis
fortune to fracture his wrist in the
Sme against the soldiers on Satur
y. This will keep him o-tt of the
game for the balance of the season.
Coach Badenoche has not reported as
yet who will be shifted to right end.
. v v v v v
. XIXE BROTHERS AM.
OX SAMB HALL TEAM
Battle Creek, Mich., Nov. 6.
Grover VanTassell. member of the
j v famous Van Tassell ball team of
; Asntabuia, Ohio, wmen is com- ;
posed of nine brothers, all of
whom are tinners, has taken a
position in a local factory and will
. soon send for the rest of the
team to locate here. VanTassell
stated that the team would oper-
ate in Battle Creek the same as
in Ashtabula. It has a national
! reputation and has chalked ud a
i great many victories during its
I existence. The nine brothers are
I about the same height and weight.
! and their ages range from 40
V UVT1U W - .,CJ VUV .3 fc.U- -.
ner by trade.
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GRIFFITH'S KRIKXnS SAY
ICK HASXT A GLASS ARM
Helena, MonL, Nov. . Charged
by a wounded deer and unable to
use his rme, which had pammed,
Clark GrifTith, manager of the
Washington American league 4
team, saved himself from prob- 4
ably serious injury by his old-time -S
skill aa a pitcher. Seizing a stone
I- the sixe of a baseball, he threw
4 and struck the animal on the head.
. elllnir It W thAn VllloA It with A
.the butt of his gun. This was the 1
i story .told, by several of Orif- -
flth's friends who returned here
from Griffith's ranch.
1VOI.QAST TO RBTURX
TO THB PACIFIC COAST
L.OS Angeles. CaL, Nov. S. Ad Wol
gas,t wired Manager McCarey. of the
Vernon club, today that he would be in
Lo Angeles Sunday to talk business.
In his telegram today Wolgast said:
"I had no trouble with Mandot, but they
don't seem to like my style down here,"
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i'AXl XU.UiJ JJ-AAJJJXJi
UU3.0 x U JZLSliiD 1 baseball only six years betpre this
A family of Jive was Duffy Lewis is Hooper's age, wrth f ive
Toledo. Nov. (.
found dead from asphyxiation In their
..- r - . . 1
home here yesterday. The dead are:
George W. Hassen. 24 years old. an
automobile tester: his wife, 82 years
old, and their three children. The
bodies were in their night clothes, the
man in a kneeling attitude by the bed.
The youngest child was clasped in the
mother's arms. The fumes came frm
THflTECHER BDJaSTEP WI6
THe'.DA.iLT LESSON TO THC
rPUPiLS THe PRINTER
HftD SLIPPED ONE OVER ON
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the nverz&Ge ftf-EWiCrrv
TOTES OROUNO A THIRST
but we pind the natives
op Austria huncpARy "
ERSY WITH THE WHP
PHIL1 ITS R MI-RED
McAIeer Strengthens Red Sox;
Keeps Every Man of Champions
Owner of Boston Americans Secures One New Outfield
er, Two Shortstops, and Has Six New Pitchers to
Try Out at the Spring Camp Closes Shop
and Says He Is Quite Satisfied.
OSTOX, Mass.. Nov. 6. "We have
shut up shop. We've gone out of
the baseball market. We have all
the players we want for 1913. We're
satisfied with what we have. No more
purchases or trades."
This is the last word of James B.
McAIeer, president of the world's cham
pion Red Sox. It means that Jimmy
McAIeer is satisfied with his team, that
he will start next season as he finished
the past season. And. confidently, it
means that he expects to do as well
next year as he has done this year or
He is confident that he will win the
1913 pennant more decisively than he
won this year's, even if the opposition
McAIeer is the first major league
magnate to announce that he is out of
the baseball market: and he is satis
fied with what he has. He breaks all
records of early announcements. The
others will be buying and selling and
trading until well Into next season. But
MsAleer has all he wants. He has
"nothing to do till tomorrow." He need
not worry all winter.
Keeps Bntlre Tenm.
The Red Sox president 'retains all ef
his present regulars and substitutes.
He has purchased one new outfielder.
Walsh, of Fall River, and two new
shortstops, Scot of Youngstown, and
Oarlstrom of Lawrence, in the New
England league. He has exercised his
option on Harold Janvrin, the ex-Boston
high school fielder, now with Jer
He stands pat on his catchers.
The only new men not yet menti ned
whom he has purchased are pitchers
Van Dyke of Worcester. Brant and
Martina of Beaumont. Texas; Watkins
and Ainsworth of Youngstown. Ohio.
and Foster of Houston, Texas. He has
recalled Leonard from-Denver.
McAIeer is looWnc farther into the
future than HIS. That is why he has
taken on another outfielder, two more
shortstops and so litany pitchers. He
has to count on the eventful retire
ment of ope or more of his peerless
outfielders; also on the time, some
day. when Helnle" Wagner will quit,
notwithstanding that Wagner, for in
stance, is going better than ever, this
year. But "Heinie" has been eleven
years in baseball and the outfielders
need more than the one substitute they
now have. It Is not too early to begin
the selection and training of future
Tris Speaker is only 23, and has been
In the game but -five years. Harry
Hooper is 24 and has played league
.- a. Imhu.. B-sXXKakBl Iuau -ehla
years in- lee ewe bascpau heiore tnis
year. Henricksen Is S3, and has been
but three years In the professional
The infield Is a bit dlifferent. The
men, as a rule, are older. Here are
their ages, and the "years they played
professional baseball before 1912, re
spectively: Stahl SI, S; Terkes 24. 5; Gardner
25. 6; Bradley 95. 7; Bngle 5. 10; Krug
23. 5; Wagner 28, 11: Ball 29, 9.
Bill Carrlgan is 28 with six years
of league experience before 1912;
Cady's figures are 24, 4; and Nuna
makers 22. 2. Whleh provides a catch
ing staff for a Ions; time to come.
Pitchers Are Younir.
The pitchers are even younger. Here
are their ages and years respectively.
ti professional baseball: Wood it, 8:
Pope 34, t; O'Brien 28, 4: Collins 25. 4;
Bedlent 22. 2; Hall 2C, 7.
All of the new men purchased are
This roster rives McAIeer 33 men
from whom to choose his pennant-chasers
of 1913 with all of his regulars and
substitutes now in good condition with
years of baseball ahead of them.
The purchase of two new stortstops
not only provides recruits who may
fin Wagner's shoes some day, but
youngsters who will fight Krug for the
privilege of substituting for the Sox
Se us for bargains In city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 531S. 214 Milli Bldg.
HI Paso, Texas.
MOSLEIt SAFB FOB. SALE
Has Burglar Proof Chest.
ELLIS OnOS. PIUJJTIXG
Skinny Is a Cantankerous Cuss
Registered United States Patent Office.
captain. Walsh has been touted as an
exceptionally clever outfielder, and will
be given a trial.
The croD of pitchers will be care
fully tried between now and the open
ing of next season. From .them a left
hander will likely be picked for the
regular team, Collins being .the only
port-sider who has been on HcAleer's
playing staff this year.
.McAIeer evidently believes that with
the confidence born of this year's suc
cess, his 1912 team will play even
classier baseball next year. As young
as they are, most of them are seasoned
players, now. But the confidence in
spired of victory ought to make them
QTERO TEACHERS GO
TO TEACHERS' MEET
Alamogordo. N. SI., Nov. 6. County
superintendent R. S. Tipton: city su
perintendent Chas. D. George: Miss
Maud Hancock, of the Hig1 school, and
Misses Daisy and Ross Murphy, of the
Maryland avenue school, of this city,
have left to attend the sessions of the
State Teachers" association at Albu
querque. Mr. George will also attend
the meetings of the executive council
of the state of which body he is one of
the elective members. Tnts board is
composed of the governor, state super
intendent of schools, the principals of
the six state educational institutions,
and 10 elective members from the teach
ing fraternity of the state. The work
of this board la to sJan all necessary
blanks, forms, etc, and to recommend
such educational legislation as they
may deem of oenefit to the schools of
the state. The delegates from this city
will spend the remainder of the week
Delegates are here for the Baptist
state convention which met here with
First Baptist church today. These are
here from all parts of the state and
will be the guests of the city during
The following unsolicited, testimonial
should certainly be sufficient to give
hope and courage to persons afflicted
with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been a
chronic dyspepttc for years, and of all
the medicine I have taken. Chamber
lain's Tablets have done me more good
than anything else," says W. G. Mattl
son. No. 7 Sherman St., Hornellsville,
X. T. For sale by alt dealers. Adv.
A Belmont "notch" coQar in white
striped Madras. It's aa
15c 2 for Sc. ' CraetLPeabodyacCo.
Phone 1 147.
Boy a start.
J. P. Mulla. Pks.
DAIRY LUNCH CO.
OPBK DAT AND NTOKT
Beok-keeplHc Stenography. SpaHhh.
DRAIGHOX'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
B. F. Davln. ManaKer. Phone I4S4.
Puffs From the
id WILLIAMS, the sensational
bantamweight boxer of Balti
more, will meet Billy Fitaslm-
mons in a 10-round bout at New York
on Nov. ft. Sam Harris, who is guid
ing -the destinies of Williams, is out
with an open challenge to champion
Johnny Coulon for a return match
and says that he Is ready to bet J1900
on the side.
One of the three important matches i
scheduled for this week is the six-
round bout between Packey McFar- ,
land and Young Jack O'Brien at rhila-
j-ai.:A ... T.. c n'Rn.n rpcpnt'V '
tnointwl One-Round Hogan, the
KflUUlH UU U. V- v-fc'."..
bout at Philadelphia.
As a result of a free fight in a road
house near Vernon, Cal., Joe Rivers. :
the California lightweight, and his
trainer, Willie Rooney, have had a
.!! T1.ak Kke ral4-t th.lt he IS
through with Rooney forever, and
hereafter Abdul, the Turk, will be his , ' Buck O'Brien, the pitcher of the P.t i
trainer. ' Sox who was driven from the box in
' the sixth game for the world's chan-
Ja'mes Thorpe, the Carlisle Indian, of i pionship, may be purchased b-. th
Olympic fame, made four touchdowns Chicago White Sox. A report codipi
and won the game for his team in the from Boston to the effect that the ne
recent Carlisle-Lehigh football gam-, j gtiations have practically been co-
which the red men won by tne score
of 34 to 14.
An offer of $7000 per season has been
made to Hush Duff', to manage the
St. Paul American association league
club next year. Duffy is still unde
cided whether to take the job or wait
for something to occur at Buffalo,
where he has a chance to purchase
stock in that clnb.
Outfielder George Simmon, of the
New York Americans, has been turned
WINTON SIX No. 800
AUTOS FOR HIRE
321-33 Texas Street. Bell Phone 1378.
El Paso Rubber and
Auto Supply Co.
I 1 4 11 i i J m
fSH,!!..! T006H LUCKTJ"
Fan's Hop Pipe
over by the Yankees to Rochester in
the International league.
According to Roger Bresnahan, the
deposed manager of the St. Louis Car
dinals, he has received offers from tv.
National and one American leagut
club, for his services as backstop. Bres
nahan says that he will not consider
any offer at present, as he intends to
fight for his contract with the St.
Louis National league crab.
Willie Ritchie, the coast lightweight
has returned to San Francisco after
his vacation of several weeks, and sav
that if he can not arrange a match with
Ad Wolgast for Thanksgiving day he
I win meet rnuiue Burns, ine uasiam.
j lightweight, on that date. Ritchie's in-
. jured wrist has completely healed.
Buck Crouse, of Pittsburg, had a
shade the better of "Knockout" Brow ;i
the Chicago middleweight, in a six
round bout at Pittsburg.
cinaed. Jimmy Callahan, manager
the White Sox, says that while a nrlc-
was asked and a tender made the deal
is still in the air. He is anxious to vjp
O'Brien, whom he considers a mint
POLO PLATBRS TO MEET AND
XA ORCA.flXK LEAtlK
Tor the purpose of organizing n.
polo league, a meeting of polo playrs
will be held at the Angelus hotel to
night at o'clock.
El Paso Auto Sales Co.
Office 713 K. Qcswa St.
DEMOlfSTRATIOH BY APPODfTMENI
ad No. 1 100. also Garford No. 33 1 .
"XBS BBST. XOST RRSTFBT. RIDING.
Phone 3585 r 449. 3ay or night.
Ignition and Lighting
WISKXAN A AXBKRSON.
Automobiles, Trucks, PMmtger Care jd
Svpplier ' Distributors for the Sonta
wBt JTEFF-STILBS CO.
4B0 Block, Wo. Ssnta Fe.
3e S. ,H Paso St.
This is to your interest. Have you aav
chandeliers, brass beds, silverware, or
anything: in metals that needs replatintr
tne oesi maenmery ana yea-'
of experience in this line.. Phone 1874
and we will call. Kl Paw Platins Ce
ll! San Antonio Street
VALLKT DfPLEMSlfT & VEHICLE CO.
504 San Fr&ncisco St.
ft Vehicle Co.
504 Saa FraKisee St PfcoM 131.
TeI E. P. & S. W. Bid-
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5105 C. P. HENRY, Mgr.
By Tom McNainara
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MAS TAKCA. A
To TELL THE TRUTH.
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ujhat To SA.we
coolo say almost
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