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i4 week-End Edition, April i-2, 1916. L PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
By A. H. E. Beckett ("Beck")
IRIP SHHIK CHAMPIONSHIPS
LISTED IN THIRTY-SIX STATES
Never Before in the History of the Sport Have so Many
Tournaments Been Scheduled at This Time of the
Year and All States Have Not Been Heard From;
Five States Have More Than 20 Tournaments.
by rnTBn. r. carmjy.
THIRt'T-BIX of the 43 state with
associations affiliated with the
Interstate assoclat.on for the En-
ursgeraent of trapshootlng have
i mned their annual championship
rnaments and It is expected that the
irdv members will make known their
xiiZona, Arkansas, Delaware, Mon
n i Virginia, bouth Carolina and
"-' uth I'akota arc the states in which
up t rapuhooteri hate not put their
1 ' t foot forwaid
fir before have so many trapshoot
I c tournaments been registered or
s ate liampionshlps lifted at this time
tf lie ear This spe iks well for the
tinti and the renewed Interest in
t r ipMiootiiip as ,i iport
'ima (JeortJa Massachusetts,
V n uU, Texas anl Mississippi have
Ttneil state associations within the
r rear and efforts are now being
V in (ret the trapshootlng clubs of
M ii e )uIiImii N'orth Carolina, Ken-
i i t lorida anil the District of Co-
1 1 1 into line There nre many trap-
i ii? organizations in all of these
t(f, hut somehow or other they have
( i 'Am the time nor trouble to be-
.. siyunntril with the governing
i 11n is tlielr loss
tOidins to registered list of shoots
Is led bi the interstate association
, n , 41- shoots are listed in Cuba and
run) zone fertile fields for the
uin which have Just been discovered
t libt of shoots is bv no means com
I 1 to V hen the state championship
1 t ii closed and the clubs make appli-
vi 'us for the tournaments which will
m I! 'a the Gland A nerican handicap
n e jtnber should total close to the 600
" e -aska
The total number of tournaments held
under Interstate supervision lost year
waH lit. This, of course, does not In
clude club tournaments, of which there
are hundreds. Present Indications are
that there will be at least 1000 trap
shooting competitions of various sizes
and descriptions within the boundary of
the United States this year.
Increase in 25 States.
In the list of 412 shoots Increases are
shown in 25 states over tbe number of
tournaments held last year and in nine
others decreases are noted. Inside of
another month it Is expected that these
nine will equal the mark of last year.
or better it. For a good many jears
PennsvHania has led In the number of
registered shoots, but this season little
Iowa seems to have the bulge, on the
sons of William Ponn. Iowa has 4S reg
istered tournaments as against, 46 for
Pennsylvania. This makes Iowa look
like the best trapshootlng state In the
country. There are 220 gun clubs In
Iowa. Pennsylvania has 4D2. Iowa has
67 clubs affiliated with the state asso
ciation, while Pennsylvania has 121 The
Ke stone shooters will have to keep
stepping to remain in front of Illinois,
as the Illinois shooters have announced
43 registered shoots and only have 42
ilubs affiliated with the state associ
ation. Trapshootlng Is coming on faster
In the middle west and far west than It
is in the eastern states and there Is no
let up in the east,
Twelv e states have 10 or more regis
tered tournaments, 10 have more than
16 and five have more than 20 The
list of championships state, sectional
and national and tbe tournaments as
listed last vear and this are herewith
.Oklahoma City ... .April 18 is
Atlanta April !6 :
St koala . . May 2 3
Orcein Ills May '
Imports May is 1"
I-aiwdale May 17 Ik IS 0
Manchester May i i
ii fornfa Nevada
i i ih
.i r In nil
I nd" New Mexico
I I ilio
Michigan . .
t.r-onsin . ...
h hama ...
cut Vlrglala. .. .
i nude Ialand .
u . stem
l 1'tc Coast
M AAourl .
, .La Salle
.Ban J one (Cal)
Mar sz 23 : :t
. May is :
..Mar :i ii :
..May :z 24 S6
..May : 7
..May 27 28 21 20
..May J 21
..May 34 21. June 1
..June 13 2
.June t t 7
. Juae I i I
..June 7 1'
Victor (Colo ) June is 13 14
Twin Falla June is u
Montpeller Juae 12 14
Syracusa Joae 12 14 15
Battle Creak Jane 14 li
Lisbon June IS It
Rochester Juna 21 22 21
Wellington June 22 34
Caspar July 9 It 11 IS
Sooth Madtaan July 12 It
. Blrrotnajham July 12 It
Danbnry !" 14 It
.Elklns . . . July 19 2
Froaldoae July 21 22
Meraphia, Team May It 11
. . Omaha, Nab Jane 12 14 U
.Portland. Ore July (tabeset)
Philadelphia, P Jaly II 1 2
St. Louis Auc 31 22 32 24 21
Comparisons of Tournaments, 1910-1S10.
M inn . . .. .
r rona . . ...
' nada ...
' 9 nal Zona .. 1
nnectlcut ... , . .
I Waware . . .
Il-trkt of Columbia .
I lln ls
n nana ... .,.
I oe a
kansaa . . ...
TCo stata Asaoclatloa.
Naw Hampsblra 4
Nevr Jersey 3
New Meileo 1
New York 21
North Carolina 2
North Daketa 9
Roods Island 2
Booth Dakota '
West VlrirtBl 4
Willard Demonstrated Real Atility
UYT. S. .ADIIBTS.
KW TORK, April 1 It will re- chance of further hurting his damaged
quire a ery powerful heavy- I n- s
wolght to relieve Jess Willard of .. "oran must be given credit for put-
crown. This was ilnmnnntratiul ' " ?." V "J?."" '""ui" "u
YALE FOOTBALLERS START
SPRING PRAaiCE MAY 1
n err Ha van Conn , April 1. "Tad" Jones,
I ad coach, will assemble his cladlators for
rat swine; football practice May 1 and
i 1 rive them at least a weak of acrlmmace
rk Flmhurst. N J- will probably be
! ted for earlv fall practice.
HVM3IES HAS SHADE OX
WOLGAST IN 10 1TOUNDS
Racine, Wis, April L Kvr Hammer,
i r Chicago, had a shade on the veteran
d Wolgaat in a 10-round bout here
Trldav night The men are llght
If Ha i s Tour Prlds lit Hsrpklde
HOCKEY, SWIMMING, FENCING
ARE ABOLISHED BY CORNELL
Ithaca, N. T , April 1. The athletic coun
cil of Cornell university haa abolished three
minor eports, hockey, swimming and fencing,
the first two temporarily because the facili
ties for them hers are slight, and the
third far rood because of lack ct Interest
by the students.
Y.IMCS BEAT CINCINNATI
BY GETTING LONG LEAD
Memphis, Tenn April 1. The Now
Tork Americans plied a safe lead over
the Cincinnati Nationals In the five In
nings that Schneider pitched for Cin
cinnati and won Friday's gam here,
S to 4. ..
TIGERS GET 15 niTS. FIVE
RUNS, DEFEATING BEAUMONT
Beaumont, Tex. April 1. The De
troit Americans accepted every offering
or the local pitchers Friday nnd hit
safely IE times for five runs, while the
Beaumont. Tex., league players were
inaiiini, a. single run
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The First NatiomlBank
EL PASO, TEXAS
when Willard met JFrank Moran, the
Pittsburg heavyweight In a 10 round
no-deeislon contest at Madison Square
Garden last Saturday evening before a
crowd numbering 12,000 which packed
the building from floor to rafters. The
contest Itself nas a remarkably good
one between big men; usually contests
between heavyweights, especially of a
limited number of rounds, are not so
pleasing to the fans as between lightweights-
or featherweights, but In this
instance the two gladiators cf the
heavyweight division put up a battle
mat was interesting from the time the
gors? sounded for the first round until
the finish came in the tenth round.
Despite the fact that there was a
difference of practically 60 pounds In
weight between the mefn, still tbev
sized up better than might be expected,
under such conditions. Willard. who
Is a giant In stature, at times towered
above his opponent, but this wa dn,
1 1 to the fact that Moran had a habit of
using mo crouch while willard usually
stood erect with hia left hand fnrtnnl
There Is no doubt In my mind that
Big Jess would have scored a com- I
plete knockout before the end of the '
tenth round had It not been for the ,
fact that ho broke his right hand in '
the third round. Had the big fellow
taken a chance with his left hand In
delivering more solid blows, he would
no doubt have stopped Moran Just the
same, out ine cnampion seemed to pre
fer to play sate, the same as he did
when he won the title from Jack John
son at Havana, nearly a year ago. It
Is lilstorv now, but It remains a fact
that had Willard desired he could have
finished JohnsoiTalmost any time after
the eighth round, for it was in this
session that he delivered a perfect right
hand blow to the negro's Io)dy ,
that really took the steam out of him
Willard may not have known it, but t
from statements made by Johnson him
self afterwards, he was nearly all in
at that time, but recovered and went
through till the 26th round. However,
Willard was playing safe and took no
chances whatever He did the soma ,
with Frank Moran. I
Henllntrd to Cut Loose. I
Thore were times when the cham- '
plon had the challenger staggering '
about the ring and if he had simply .
cut loose and taken a little chance him
self, he could have finished the con- I
test then and there without a. doubt
Probably It is Just os well that the
champion played safe, but with the size
and physical condition Willard pos
sesses It seems that he should have
opened up a bit and taken more or the
aggressive than what he did. There
were many people who were of the
opinion that Willard possessed nothing
but his brute strength and stamina.
They were fooled, however, for th
big fellow displayed a whole lot of
science and his blocking was almost
perfect. Dozens of times Moran would
swing wildly with a right and left, but
In only two rounds was he able to nut
over anv of these swings to the vital
spot. Willard had a habit of throwing
up his right arm In such a way as to
block the swings perfectly, but as
stated before, Moran became desperate
In the fourth roflnd toward the end
and again in the eeventh and succeeded
In putting over several right hand
rwings to WHIard's Jaw. They had ab
solutely no effect on the big fellow,
but seemed to -make him more anirrv.
and the result was that he came back
all the harder and punished Moran
I.oiik Left Bothered Moran.
While Moran was more the aggressor
and was given credit for carrying the
fight to the champion, still It must be
admitted that Jess kept meeting hlin
with his long straight left to the face
and they certainly bothered the chal
lenger a lot. It was Moran's only
chance to work oil the aggressive, but
he found that WHIard's countering was
always dangerous and It was only oc
casionally that he took the chance of
swinging with both hands. Willard
also used an occasional right to the
body and each time he landed he
seemed to shake up the Pittsburger
badly His right uppercuts were not
nearly so perfect as those ho used in
his right with Johnson, although he
used them oftener It seems that af
ter the third round Jess was using his
right and bluffing with it a great deal.
but not putting the real strength ba V
of tliem as lit iould ut tike the
. ous odds. The Pittsburger must have
knftTrn that Will,., a- ......
him In every round nnd that his only
chance lay in putting over a decisive
wallop. But this chance did not come
to him. for his swings were well
blocked and those few ho did land
seemed to have no effect on the west
Nine Rounds for Willard.
According to my count, there was
only one round that could be called
even, the other nine belonging to Wil
lard. The big fellow completely out
boxed Moran. being able to Jab htm
with his left at almost any time. In
this manner ho was able to roll up the
points, which assured him of certain
victory by the popular route After
the battle Willard stated that he would
have stopped Moran but for his broken
Of course this sounds verv well now,
but as stated above, I think that Jess
could have won by a knockout had he
taken a little more chance. Moran
seemed to be of the opinion that he
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won the contest hirosMf or at least
should have had a draw owing to the
fact that he was the aggressor, but
this Is usually the case with a fighter
no matter how badly he might be out
pointed The Pittsburger was down
very fine in weight and did not carry
an ounce of superfluous flesh. The
faot is he looked to be over-trained.
arA nrnhnhlv If h mt mirrvlnp five or
10 pounds more weight he would be
better able to battle against a man .
Moran Should Tackle Fultun.
Moran is out with a statement seek
ing another match with Willard for
the title over the 29 round route, or he
would like to have another chance at .
iiim in a. iv ruuua uuiua a.j mj iAj
of thinking Moran had better first try
(Continued on next page.)
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Gillette and the first Auto Strop Razors here.
We sold the first
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We make a specialty of sharpening safety razor blades. Our automatic
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