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EL PASO HERALD
Society News and Sport Section
Society News and Sport Section
New Record For Fight Fans:
Two Fighters "Slugged Over
the Ropes" To Take the Count.
Late Returns Are Changing
the Total, But It's Certain
That laft Got the Ah In Utah.
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If Princeton Defeats Yale and
Yate Defeats Harvard, On My!
The Tiger Has a Chance to Trim the Bulldog and Harvard Is Expected to
Bother Yale Some Slants at the Gridiron. t
By DAMON JtUKYON.
EW YORK, N. T., Nov. 8. If
Princeton defeats Yale, and
Yale defeats Harrard, how
much are we bid for the football cham
pionship title of 1912?
This is a fine puzzle to push
people convalescing from a celebration, f break through and' block him. It's a
but duty compels. The Tiger has a i mighty helpless feeling to see a bird
,h,. , . ... di,j . like that drop back and know he's go
chance to tr.m the Bulldog, and the I ng. to k,cfc" Tm cant do much of
t-anine is ever liable to bite his address anythins but stand still and watch the
in the crimson blankets. Thus we re- J ball float over"
Upse Into a high fever of uncertainty Harvard Depends on Kicking.
in tn tae Yale-Princeton encounter is ' Kicking defeated the Tigers, and
er . kicking will probably be the route
Harrard Should Bother ale. '
Harvard should, give Yale one of
hose close-decision trimmings this
' rar. if the showings of the two
teams to date can be taken as the basis
or the po'son But Harrard always
as to conteud with a strong New i
taicn prejudice against anything or
.1 iDooy from Cambridge doing any
thing or anybody in the city which Mr.
1 iar.es & Meiien Kinciy inciuaed on i
m right of wbj j
The Blue eleven is classed as an t
mgma, which is as serious an afflic
tion in football as it is in the diction
an, and it will take the Princeton
same to develop all the flms of weak
ipjs as well as strenpth Even then
the Harvard eleven will still be handi
capped -when it faces the Bulldog by
the fact that it comes from Harvard.
ihich is a -verj grave offense in the
cv es of Yale
Feltos a Great Kicker.
While the youthful, square-toed
nariev Brickley kicked a hole in the
door of football fame large enough to J
imit the entire town of Everett,
Mass., whence, he hails, it was the No.
1 boot of another young man in that
same game which really loosened the
ranels It was Felton, of left-end
r:ne. whose leggy lifts 'were the chief
ubject of a rueful discussion among
th Tigeis after the "catastrophe.
Felton seemed able to place toe
hall wherev er he wanted to, and that
xras nsuallv where we wasn't," com
mented a oung Jerseyite with a swol-
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len nose and no great grammatical
finesse. "He lifted it at the most
amazing angles, and .it was the hard
est ball to handle I ever saw.
"Brickley? Yes, he's a bear but
that Felton must have been bora kicfc-
i ing. Brickley gets his shots away so
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picked by Harvard when it travels to
v.ard the Yale goal With a man like
Brickley constantly cracking away
from all angles and all ranges, the
Blue eleven will have something to
worry it from start to finish.
Brickley was nsed with good Judg
ment during the Princeton game, ex
et that it seemed he was worked
too hard, and too long, and it finally
resulted in him being laid out com
pletely. As Ions as field goals count in the
scoring, and as long as scoring is the
main thing desired by a football team,
it seems like excellent generalship to
keep a wonderful booter like Brick
ley shooting steadily, and making him
take all manner of chances, just as
the Everett boy did Saturday. He may
miss some, but he is also bound to
land some, and Brickley"s goal from
a 47 yard placement shows that no
distance bars him.
A touchdown is all very well, but
when a team 'wants to win the field
goals are just as useful as the touch
Brlekleys Brother a Star.
Speaking of Brickley, a wild-eyed
Harvard enthusiast dashed past a
crowd of New Yorkers after the game
and overheard one of them say some
thing abont Brickley being quite some
"He is, eh?" roared the Harvard
shtllaber. "He is? Well, wait till you
see his brother!"
If Brlckleys "brother is as good as
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ANTONIO, Opposite Stanton
Brickley, we hereby put in a bid for
one look at him, anyway. The young
er Brickley is said to be a student at
some prep school, and he will be along
a little later. One Brickley is a good
many in a football game, but if they
ever get two of the same family in a
Uneup i Harvard will crumb the
That story from Montana about
Clark Griffith saving his life by
beaning an infuriated deer with a rocTc
the size of a baseball will not do
around the big ring, where they've
been unable to find any. steam to the
Old Fox's delivery, even with a gage,
for some time past. It is reminiscent
of the yarn about George Engle, a
minor league pitcher up in the north
west, -who was getting by on a wind
up and a prayer. He had some words
with a player on an opposing team
one day, and when this player 'came to
bat against George; the shortstop on
Eagle's team bustled upto the pitcher
and whispered vengeful y:
"Bean him, George! Bean him!"
George eyed him with withering
"Bean him?" he said. "Bean him?
If the American league reaches out
and snatches both IVank Chance and
Roger Bresnahan it will take two of
the biggest cards in the National
league away from the old organization.-
Chance and Roger rank right
along with John J. McGraw as man
agerial features of the National. A
league that had a Mack, Jennings, Cal
lahan, Charge, Griffith and Bresnahan
would eertainly be rich in drawing
HIGH SCHOOL ELECTS
Practice to Start Saturday anil Forty
Boys Have Reported; Fast Team
Nelson Rheinheimer has been elect
ed captain of the High school basket
ball team for the ensuing season.
Practice will begin at the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday and it is expected to de
velop a fast team. Already about 40
boys have reported for practice . and
as all are anxious to make the teanv
there will be some interesting tryouts.
Last season the High school had a
fast team in the field and efforts
are being mdae to duplicate it this
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Close Matches Expected-Be-tween
sen's Beats Sherman's.
Monday night bowling-will get in full
swing in El Paso and will continue
throughout the winter months. Both the
.City league b.nd the Industrial league
will have their opening games on 'that
night . j
Some fast bowlers are In the game
this season and high scores are. looked
forward to daring the matches! The
schedules have been arranged as fol
lows: City Lea BO e Bowling Tournament.
Nov. 11 Old Guards vs. Calishers.
Nov. 12 rmttle va. Andreas.
Nov. 13 Elks vs. Court House.
Nov. 18 Elks vs. Andreas.
Nov. 19 Old Guards vs. Tuttle.
Nov. 20 Calishers vs. Court House.
Nov. 25 Old Guards vs. Elks.
Nov. 26 Calishers vs. Tuttle.
Nov. 27 Andreas vs. Cojirt House.
Dec. 2 Tuttle vs. Court House.
Dec. 3 Old Guards vs. Andreas.
Dec 4 Elks va. Calishers.
Dec. 9 Calahers vs. Andreas.
Dmv 10 Tllttl va RIVk
Dec. 11 Old Guards vs. Court House.
Dec 16 Elks vs. Court House.
Dec 17 Old Guards vs. Calishers. -Dec
18 Andreas vs. Tuttle.
Christmas week open.
Dec 30 Calisbers vs. Court House.
Dec 31 Old Guards vs. Tuttles.
Jan. 1 Elks vs. Andreas.
Jan. 6 Old Guards vs. Elks.
' Jan. 7 Calishers vs. Tuttles.
Jan. 8 Andre&s vs. Court House.
Jan. 13 Calishers vs. Elks. .
Jan. 14 Old Guards vs. Andreas.
Jan. 18 Tuttles1 vs. Court House.
Jan. 20 Calishers vs. Andreas.
Jan. 21 Tuttles vs. Elks.
Jan. 22 Old Guarfls vs. Court House
Jan. 27 Elks vs. Court House.
Jan. 28 Calishers vs. Old Guards.
Jan. 29 Tattles vs. AriOreas.
3 Calishers vs. Court House.
Feb. 4 Elks vs. Andreas.
Feb. S Old Guards vs. Tuttles.
Feb. 14 Calishers vs. Tu tiles.
Feb. 11 Old Guards vs. Elks.
Feb. 18 Court House vs. Andreas.
Feb. 17 Calishers vs. Elks.
Feb. 18 Tuttles vs. Court House.
Feb. 19 Old Guards vs. Andreas.
Feb. 24 Calishers vs. Andreas.
Feb. 25 Old Guards vs. Court House.
Feb. 2 Elles vs.-Tattles.
The teams will lineup aa follows:
Elks Clark (captain), Hewitt. Bate
man. Holmes, Graham. Hill, Critchett
Calisbers Calisher (captain), Bryan,
Barela, SchuU, Blumenthal and Har
dlker. Old Guards White (captain). Hoick.
Weaber. Foster, XSHohrlst and Christie.
Court House Ford (captain), Wat
son, Higgins, Grandover, wl Foster and
Andreas Andreas (captain). Lehman,
Ridley, Stratton, Stone and Walz.
Tuttles Tuttle (captain), Briesh.
Ray, Davidson, Henry, Abbott and Mc
Industrial Botrllng Ijeagne.
Nov. 11 Swift A Co. vs. M. & S. & Co.
Nov. IS Globe Mills vs. Moose Club.
Nov. 13 E. P. & W. vs Clerks.
Nov. IS Swift &Co. vs. Globe Mills.
Nov. 19 M. & S. S. Co. vs. Clerks.
Nov. 20 K. P. S. W. vs. Moose Club.
Nov. 25 Swift & Co. vs. E. P. & S. W.
Nov. 26 M. & S. S. Co. vs. Globe Mills.
Nov. 27 Moose Club vs. Clerks.
Dec 2 Swift & Co. vs. Moose Club.
Dec 3 Globe Mills vs. Clerks.
Dec 4 M. & S. S. Co. vs. B. P. &S. W.
IF JOHNNY KLING, former manager
of the Boston Nationals, is to
manage the Kansas City American
association club next year, it is news
to Charley Carr. the nresent manatrer.
Carr .has a notion that he will hold J
that Job himself.
Joe Birmingham will manage the
Cleveland Naps from the bench next
season, provided that he can get a
competent outfielder to take his place.
Johnny Lore, the New York boxer,
who has sprung into the limelight by
defeating several good lightweights
recently, may have a chance at Ad
Wolgast on Thanksgiving da.y. .
Tom Carson, formerly a-oitcher wth
the Chattanooga Southecn 'league cltrb,
has been selected to manage 'the Waco,
Texas, league team. He'succeeds Ellis
Hard j .
Jake Statal, manager of the Boston
Red Sox, says that "Hugh Bedlent will
be a better pitcher next year than Joe
"Wildcat" Ferns, the Kansas City
welterweight, has signed articles for
a ten round bout with Tommy How
ell, of Philadelphia, ot take place at
Indianapolis November 13. The fight
ers wiH weigh in at 145 pounds at 3
rAr1 IWfnrris tli liAAVvn'alifht -flva-
nun. is earp.r tn s-pt Hfinlr Intn thn
boxing game. The Oklahoma giant
wants to meet Larry McLean, the for
mer Cincinnati catcher.
Jack Dillon, the Indianapolis middle
weight, knocked out Jack Flynn In the
fourth round of a scheduled ten round
bout at Wabash, Ind.
Roger Bresnahan behind the fcat and
Frank Chance on first base this is
what Barney Dreyfuss, owner of the
Pirates, has in mind for next season.
Dreyfuss won't talk about it, but the
report came from an official source
that the Pirate owner Is setting up the
pins for a sensational baseball deal
that -will bring the deposed managers
of the Cubs and the Cardinals to Pitts
burg. Honus Wagner, the dread of all Na
tional league pitchers, finds Rube
Marquard particularly easy. Wagner
has faced the Rube 23 times and made
se en hits for extra bases, which would
give an average of .304. In all Hans
has made 12 hits in 23 times at bat,
while faclns; Marquard in six games,
vhieh means the healthv average of
oC The Dutchman's hits included
nniui rnn i
Dec 9 Swift & Co. vs. Clerks.
Dec 10 M. & S. S Co. va Moose Club.
Dec 11 E. P. & a W. vs. Globe Mills.
Dec 16 Swift & Co. vs. M. ft S. S. Ce.
Dec 17 Globe Mills va 'Moose Cltb.
Dec, 18 E. P. & S. W. vs. Clerks.
Christmas week open.
Dec 30 Globe Mills va Swift & Co.
Dec 31 M. & S. S. Co. vs. Clerks.
Jan 1 E. P. & & W. vs. Moose Club.
-Moose Club vs. Clerks-
-X.x& S. S. Co. vs. Globe Mills.
Jan. 8 is. f. A is. w. vs. swift A (JO.
Jan. 13 Moose Club va Swift & Co.
Jan, 14 Globe Mills va Clerks.
Jan: "1S-JB. P. & S. W. vs. M. & S. Co.
Jan. 20 Clerks va Swift & Co.
Jan. 21 M. A & S. Co. vs. Moose C -b.
Jan.' 22 E. P: & S. W. vs. Globe Mi'la
Jan. 27 M. & S. Co. vs. Swift Co.
Jan. 28 Globe Mills vs. Moose Club.
Jan. 29 E. P. & S. W. vs. Clerks.
Feb. M. A S. S. Co. vs. Clerks.
Feb. 4 Swift & Co. vs. Globe Mills.
Feb. 5 E. P. S. W. vs. Moose Club.
Feb. 10 M. & S. S. Co. va Globe Mills.
Feb. 11 Moose Club vs. Clerks.
Feb. 12 Swift & Co. va E. P. & S. W.
Feb. 17 Moose Club vs. Swift & Co.
Feb, 18 Globe Mills vs. Clerks.
Feb. 19 M. S. S. Co. va E. P. a W.
Feb. 24 M-,& S S. Co. va Moose Club
Feb. 25 Swift & Co. va Clerks.
Feb. 26 E. P. & S. W. va Globe Mills.
The teams will lineup as follows.
Globe Mills Nagle (captain), saw
son, Campbell, Woods, Armstrong and
Swift Co. Page (captain). Ward,
Presiley, Edmonds, Meisel and John
son. Moose Club Keys (captain). Graves,
Jacobs, Reherd and Berghaver.
M. A S. S. Co. Ratermann (captain).
Swearingen, Savage, Sorenson and
E. P. A S. Wd Crowley, Wood, Iof,
Miller. Morris and Vaughn.
Clerks Fowler (captain), Donaldson,
t Chenoweth, Buquor, Chernin and Rog
HANSEN'S TEAM WINS GAME.
Hansen and his bowlers ran away
'with Sherman's team in the Toro league
game at the Cactus clpb Thursday
night. Henry, of Hansen's took high
total with 5S5 pins and high game with
225. Tonight the Smelter league games
will be played.
Hansen team Total.
Hansen 133 112 170 415
Henry 153 225 157 535
Fllleman 1C8 145 133 446
Calderwood 126 133 153 412-
Totals 580 615 613 1808
Sherman's team. , Total.
Sherman 169 Wl 192 41S
Zdrington . 12 SOT ,3 S6T
Ttfrnes 141 let. 129 439
Anderson 173 149 129 451
Totals 611 566 492 1669
HERRMANN WILLJBID FOR "
CHANCE AND BRBSXAHAN
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 8. Aiter break
ing off negotiations with president
Charles W. Murphy for Joe Tinker as
manager of the Cincinnati team, presi
dent' August Herrmann wired Roger
Bresnahan, of the St. Louis Nationals,
and Frank Chance, last year's manager
of the Chicago Nationals. , for their
President Herrmaa said: He' was as
sured he oftujd -'-get one- of these men
and that whtaKevor rwas available prob
ably would be tbe next manager of the
riTCHER HELD FOR ASSAULT.
Nashville. Tenn.. Nov. 8. Roy Walk
er, the Cleveland American league
baseball pitcher, arrested at Peoria.
Ilia, is wanted here on the charge of
assault to commit murder. It being al
leged that he is a member of a "gang"
which attacked Tom and Ben Northern,
brothers, the former being seriously
cut across the stomach and the latter
one double, three triples and three
home runs, so that his 12 safe bits
totaled no fewer than 28 bases. Twice
Hans -hit MarqTiard's pitches over the
left wall. Wagner's other homer
against the Rube was made in ew
Joe Rivers intends to spend at least
10 days hunting and roughing It in
the hills before starting work for his
Thanksgiving day fight with Joe Man-dot.
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World-Wide Boxing Tribunal
To Have Control Of Sport
"Lucky Jk" MeGiaiiis Shows He Is a True Pal by Baryiag Little Jockey
,- .'. -. JohBny HraL
7 3y B. CURLEY.
, -rBW TORK Nov. 8. A
TV commission that will be world
L 4 wide in its rulings is in the pro
cess of formation. Charles J. Harvey,
secretary of the New York state ath
letic commission, has forwarded let
ters to every reliable club in thia coun
try asking for their support; and as
soon as enough favorable, responses
are received the organization will be
The idea is to conduct the boxing
game on the lines under which the
national baseball commission governs
baseball. A meeting is to be held at
some central point and a commission
of five or seven men will be appointed
to supervise and handle the various
V questions that may arise. In this man
ner the sport would be placed on a
higher standing than it now enjoys
and affairs carried on in a manner that
would permit no objections.
The organization would protect clubs
against unscrupulous boxers and man
agers and at the same time protect
boxers against unreliable clubs.
Through this controlling body all con
tracts would have to be lived up to.
which would help to reassure the pu'u-
nc ana retain its support.
At the present time the state ath
letic commission has a mutual agree
ment with the cdntroling spirits of
boxing in France and Australia, by
which all rulings and suspensions of
one body are respected by the other
organizations, it is expected that Eng
land will join the international body,
which will mean the combination of
three leading powers of boxing.
Outside of the main reason to clarify
the sport, one long mooted want wiH
be filled. This is the scale of weight
for the different boxing classes. At
present nearly every country wHere
JACK JOHNSON HELD
ON $30,000 BOND
Federal Officers Arrest the Champtea
Pugilist en Charge of Vlalattug
the Maan White Slave Aet.
' Chicago, 111., Nov. 8. Jack Johnson,
champion heavyweight prizefighter,
was arrested by .federal officers ast
night, charged with a violation of the
Mann act. His arrest followed the re
turn by the federal grand jury of an
Indictment charging him with having
caused the Transportation of Belle
Schrieber, a white woman, 26 years old,
from Pittsburg to Chicago, August 10.
1910, for a, unlawful purpose.
Federal eXQeeis' searched the south
sMe several hours before Johnson ras
found hiding? ita a hotel, surrounded by
four i egro guards.
An ttempt was at first made by the
guarc'i to prevent the officers from en
tering Johnson's rooms, but tbey were
pushed aside and the government requi
sition was served on the. fighter with
out serious difficulty.
At the federal bailding tears came
to Johnson's eyes as the officers put
handcuffs on his wrists.
"You don't have to do this; I'm not
going to run away," he said. Tm
square: you ought to know that."
His bond has been fixed at 930,000.
The prizefighter was taken to the
home of his aged mother, on the south
side, who signed the bond, along with
several others, and Johnson was re
leased. Major Leagues Start
Again April Tenth
Chicago, HL, Nov. 8. Thursday, April
10, is the one the fans want to mark
with red Ink. Because that Is the date
upon which the American and the Na
tional league clubs will open the sea
son of 1913. It may be a bit early to
announce the opening date of another
baseball season. Just the same that is
the date that has already been agreed
upon by the members of the schedule
That means that the season will
close earlier than usual and that the
world's series will begin at an earlier
date as a result. This Is true The
next world's series will start on Octo
ber 5 or 6. The first game was played
on October 8 this year.
Officials of both leagues figure that
the sooner the world's series games
are played the better. They figure
that the weather Is more likely to be
good during the early days of October
than it is later. That's responsible
for the determination to open the sea
son earlier than ever before.
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boxing thrives has its own schedule.
which causes confusion.
There have been so many requests
from different states as to the working
of our commission- that Harvey feels
satisfied there will be no difficulty in
getting all the leading promoters In
line, and thus assure the success of the
newly planned organization.
Knock' em Out Brown sas f there
ain't one thing there's another. The
little Yerman lad was mate'hed to flsrht
! .Matt Brock at Cleveland, but he won't
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11CUIUU5 aa ouugcruiL .DIVWU woa
knocked out by yellow Jaundice.
They buried little jockey Johnny
Ural with few to give a lingering
thought to the poor lad. That is. with
the exception of "Lucky" Jack Mc
Ginnis. Ural rode for MeGinnis. He wasn't
a star rider, but 'he always did his
best. They're not breaking any too
good for "Lucky" Jack, but that didn't
stop him from being a true paL He
paid -Ural's hospital bill, spent 9800 to
ship the body home and came all the
way from Baltimore to Brooklyn to see
the faithful boy laid ii. his grave.
The day of UraTa death McGinn la
had Sam Jackson in a', race he couldn't
nave lost. tie scratched the runner
i for, as he put
it, 'Ural and the horse
were great Dais." Also he had to nav
930 for withdrawing Sam Jackson.
"Lucky Jack" is back in Baltimore
doing his best. He tried to keep this a
secret. The world may be said to be
heartless, but there a few good ones
Mike Gibbons says that his injured
hand is doing well, thank you. and
that he win be ready for Eddie Mc
Goorty sonie time next month This
will delight Edward, for he has been
resting up for the past few weeks
mat gets you nothing." says Ed-
I die's manager, Morty ForMns.
PLAYS A. & M. TEAM
Las Crnces, N. at, Nov. 8. The Ari
zona football team, whieh played
against the state college here today,
was accompanied by numerous rooters.
As they marched through towa thev
made known their arrival by numerous
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