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Week-End Edition, September 10-17, lWti. EL FA5U IlUK AUJ SPORTS, KECRL A I ION tfSf OUTDOOR LIFE By A. H. E. Beckett ("Beck")
Batters3 s Eye Goes Shoddy If He Wants to Buy
not nnoibcr third baxemnn named Fan,
lie oerrr threw wildly at all.
'When he neouped u a cruupdrr
The nllly Toanjt bounder
Would Knze nt the ram on the bnlU
ltnit a third lin-ternim named
h- flrlrilnc niailr nrrj fine xblver;
"W hrn le tbrfn to n liae
He marie liii puis ehnw
'I he prsLy old pill to the riler.
Time He Meets a Body Going to the Rye
OLD JUDGE RUMHAUSER
sii is y
His Blows Never Seem to Jar the Champion Having
Referee of His Own Selection May Have Aided Welsh,
For Champion Did Kot Get the Worst of Decision
at Any Stage; Welsh Great Defensive Fighter.
White i an
v wM The Chicago
i . .is well re;e himtclf to that un
I ipt i ircum-tam - As long as W elh
o .;,ies the lichtwt-mlit throne. Ohar
n t.ov. will me.' ;r-t another whack
at tlic title. If W lute
h he ma be.ome Km; or tne I.
tinin.'.ers l.v knocking out Welsh s su
,or But w.th Welsh re-ignmsr.
Wl - will h.n.fforth have to devote
his t. in- to stowing away second raters
a ,.- .ih- r cuni iid rs for the ciown
h tt -, su:-i-ie as a knockerout
r" i-'.' in tn. lightweight clast, but
hi' ci.--vors In tl it line surpass thos-e
i i reputed pumher in the various
o;he- division White may be able
d. d qm: oft. n he has) to knock out
i ,. it who have deciMvelv defeated
-Kh in no-dei ision bouts But when
ci "fronting tne titleliolding Briton.
!i te lalls to displav .in; sULestion
f a punch so t. rrific The ChK.iSO lad
h - liau eeral chances at tlie title.
an. he failed miserablv in each
It i neverthele-.s a fact that in e.ch
of i - . e n-eetin-- White came within a
niincli of beinir crowned chami-ion It
I -s been claimed for White tht he
-. d only to put over one of his f.i-
.f,us !ett hook to be returned a
nockout victor m anv- bout. ajrain-t
, ppoiieiii. ..en. ..i..ir u- '-"
.... .1-..I 1k.. ... I ....1.-.I
.ha- i ne left hook in each of his Welsh
?;:""';, W h3S " floored.
bolt is readiK er that U hite must
:?.,.'" fj". '".;"??..
"ttclsl1 in order to topple the Briton
Ttut "White is fortunate to land the one
Luring a meeting- -with Welsh.
Last Ficht I n savory,
The last affai' between Welsh and
White, savored of the unsavory. While j
Italian Creams With
15c the Pound
4TO J7C J?
Rio Grande Park ra&a
MORNING GAME 10:30 A. M.
Bleachers, 10c; Grandstand, 20c
Double-Header 2:15 P. M.
Featherweight Championship of TJ. S. Army,
B ARE N Dm LIVINGSTON
Champion, U. S. Regulars. (2d Pa.) Champion, NatT Guard.
30--R0UNDS SENSATIONAL B0X1NG--30
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V KI) -TKErr Ks AM) JITNKl.
I More. H j. W alx C
j A CURE IS
It does not r l i- (. fluuie u hether you have bad a diagnosis
nrt'ie or not, come an ll it i .ase over with me. It will com ou
i .t a penn until you are satisfied. I treat thronic and special dib-
-e of men nd women
I'ei-onaI ref fie f the leading l.anks, the liubin1-! me! .unl urd
T I t til aroaml j ou
DR. MILAM, SPECIALIST
c-u-r -itcob and an ntcnlo olr UIils
S')t 15 Charley i there might hae been nothing to the
never be the next allegation that While was, "hand
never he tne ni uffed.. not to fitter Welch, the aroma
itMnipion of tl e (lf Mn -undertaking" still persists.
V hite misht hae Known aosoiuieiy
nothing of such an arrangement, out
it is a sinecure that Welsh and referee
Billv Roche had a tentative agreement.
When the Labor lav fight was first
l.n... h.l and then .t was related that
) Wt lsh had demanded that Roche alone
I would serve as reieree. or mnt muuiu
io flght Tne wr,ter pointed out
that it would oe necessary mr mw
to knock out Welsh in order to gain
the championship. It waa even empha
sized that it would require a head
punch for White to get away with the
title clearly: the insinuation being that
Koche would not hesitate to disqualify
White for fouling if Charley had landed
a bodv blow with sufficient force to
'lop Welsh. Freddy got away with it
acainst Wolgast in Kansas City.
Host Tropic for White.
s the fight came put. we were not
far wrong from our pre-battle conclu
sion Ninety percent of the spectators
at the fight thought White was en
titled with the decision and with It.
the- title at the end of the 20 round.
"et Roche boldly lifted Welsh's hand,
proclaiming him the victor. Sir Billy
v as. wise enough to make a hasty exit
after his unpopular decision.
i lsh virtually forced Roche to raise
his gloved hand, for at the end of the
bout the referee appeared undecided.
rnd even white he was reaching out for
... .,-. ,,. ,k-hl.. t r.na.e
lifting the hands of both
, .i,ato!S. Roche would not have dared
decide against Welsh after their "un
,-,. , ne lntended to
-" -- his benefactor) Welsh
-tefi up alongside Roche, grabbed hie
...hi hctnd and both his and the ref
eree's hands went up. A real old trick
wa this by Welsh, but it worked to
i ..-.., ..
white Will Have to Wait.
We know of no communitv that will
countenance anv White-Welsh bout:
'and for that reason Charley will have
I to bide his time until some less kpown
j lightweight relieves Welsh of the title
I then the Chicagoan can step in and
j realize his ambition of being the
I lightweight king.
j To swing a few boquets at ourself.
just a gentle reminder that two weeks
I ago. this column forecast that both
I Welsh and Johnny Kilbane would suc--.
cessfully defend their title against
White snd George Chaney respectively.
. Aiso we said that the two champions
) can fight if they only wilL Kilbane
did fight, as his three-round knock
out of Chaney will attest. Welsh well.
1 . is the same old great defensive
fiirhter with a feather-duster "wal
lop." It will take a fighter of Joe Well
ing s tjpe to take the title away from
j Welsh This Chicago boy is almost as
.Ieer as Welsh himself, and besides
I 13 a good two-handed puncher.
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I have len right here in Texas f if
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tgf&Efi 7 o--riPv vlr- S f THE fAtry ,
"BECK?S" AMEN CORNER
! DASKETBALL fans shonld see
1 some good sport at the Y. M.
C. A. tonight when the First
I National bank team plays the Fifth
Massachusetts five. If the Bay
i Staters live up to their reputations,
this game should be one of the best
1 seen here in several years.
1 0CAL baseball fans are pleased
I -" with the announcement that
i Cliff Kill is to go to the major league
next fall. The young southpaw was
evidently in demand for three clubs
put in drafts for him. The Athletics
have first call, with the White So
1 second and the Pirates third.
MEW ORLEANS promoters figure
on fattening the bank roll of
Freddie Welsh to the il- cf S15.000.
They have offered Freddie that
amount to take on Johnny Dundee
for a title bout. Dundee is more of
a dancer than a boxer but a bout be- j
tween he and Welsh should result in j
plenty of action, if nothing else. The '
writer has seen Dundee in action j
only twice. Bobby Pittsley flattened ,
him in sir rounds in the first bont ,
and "Kid" Julian administered a
real trouncing in the second, a ten
round no-decision affair. I
a - 1
DLANS to get a big league club i
to train here next spring need I
some active cooperation from the .
chamber of commerce but that body
showed no anxiety to get one of the !
clubs last spring, when a little effort
would have brought the Pirates to
El Paso. However, there's still hope ,
of landing a club for next spring and j
the efforts to that end are worthy
of support, I
yRAPSHOOTERS will have to take
things easy for a while as the I
Pass City Gun club has been unable ;
to secure a suitable site for its traps.
The only place available is right on
the river and a good many of the
shotgun experts figure that if it
came to an exchange of courtesies
across the Rio -Grande, shotguns
would hardly be in it with rifles.
EIGHT YEAK OLD IS
GOLFING PRODIGY j
Tlrunsmtk Me. Sept ll John Klvood
ijrjham Is unlv eiebt ears of aee. but ha Is
a Kolflng prodiiry. He t the Krandiwn or
John Gralum. the old Harvard and Boston
A. A. athletic trainer
The youngster recently played th coarse
at Branswlrk in 77 This sounds like a
professional' s.ore but when It is known
that this tt.tat was arrived at for nine and
riot 18 holes. retlenee ran be civen the storv.
Master Graham s score was 6--8-l-ll-l-6'-10-'!
His father. John Graham, who was known
In Boston among; the solflng pioneers,
started to play at the age of 9. so that his
iflspxins; has beaten one of his father's rec
HARVARD HAS TWO FAT
BOYS IN FOOTBALL SQUAD
Cambrid, Mass.. Sept. 16. Van Nm
Bat- is the fat hoy of Harvard's football
squad. Bates, whose position Is renter, hav
ing been the pivot man for tta freshmen
last year reported with the s'juad. weighing
He is but a trifle overweight, so to speak.
When in playing condition last season Bate-
weighed in at 215 pound. He is six feet
one inth tall and Is 24 years old
Chubb CUrk. Bat partner on th
1919 team. a" another "rPT,vpoIy " Clark
weighs 311 pounds, bwt hope) to pull lon
at leat 10 pound befor the san open
Weighing -05 pounds !t jvr Clark ma-l
his numeral In football, ho kev and trM
as a fre-hman. and " fn f he leading
candidates for third ! - n th nint.
CARPENTIER'S FATtHLY IS
MISSING; MAY BE LENS
tier, the fann-u
fpt 1 w ntfes irj - i
1't t'n . who r
! f . r U I iiich mil ti
i r- w 1 e is a I vi
thinking of his parent;,, who were left I
nlno nil'n the Utrm"na cn'rfd l-rn
Carpntir out f hi earrilnas Tfw i r
war, irought a li'tle hnuu fur in- f
and ru"th r li th" i-Ii" ! la Ri'i
t I--n- u in h , a- th3 j n.le r x i
lhy w th- t with Hi- h- x. r s
i-rs an-1 hi 'nt n h ii !
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r- r qulvk r -airs t se Herald Want
Copyright 1516. International Ne.s service.
CF course you are going to see the
FelrUnan-Seventh game at Rio
Graade park on Sanday afternoon!
It's as much Graham vs. York as
photographers vs. soldiers for the
fans want to settle the question of
pLEVER milling should feature the
boxing card at Camp Cotton on
Monday night Capt Chouinard has
gathered the clever boxers for this
card and promises that there will be
action and lots of rt all the way.
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Registered Ceiled States Patast Office.
gOSTON, Detroit and Chicago all
won their games in the American
league on Friday and the pennant
scramble is just as tough a proposi
tion to pick a winner as it is to try
to unscramble a panful of eggs.
DR00KLYN tightened its grip on
first place in the National league,
Friday, by beating the Pirates while
rain kept the Phillies and Braves
idle. However, that simply means
doubleheaders later on and the race
is far from being over.
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Cigar will tell you more about its
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could write. Hence this offer
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British Officer Would
Sell Autographed Polo
Mallei; Buy Ambulance
London. Eng , Sept. is An offer has
jeen made by a British army officer to
put op for sale a polo mallet which has
been autographed by all the players
who took part in the famous interna
tional match at Meadowbrook in 1911
except one. Larry Waterbury. The
match was on by the American team.
The object of this offer i's to add at
least one car. at a price of HM. to the
American and British fcDortsmen's Am
bulance fund, whose president is the
earl of Lonsdale. Fifty ambulances
hae already been sent, although the
money for them has not yet been sub-
bribed. . rj
I Meilcnn collections, see r.ee Newrnan.
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HMEK UN LKNI
Fans Plan to Legalize Sport
on Pacific Coast Under
Ily T. S. -DltEWS.
Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept 16 Ttoxinj
fans in California Intend to mike an
other -ffort to brinK abojt lcralirJ
I rl-s on the Pacific cost- K -r
wr ce the law for JO roun.J cop .-sis
was repealed nnrt than two i.ears aso,
.here has b-Pn a howl from mantr
. .vai.u trw rani KfiVtMO. Tt f. ..-f,1..lff
rhtl th ln-u wr,i:M nir ?ni hn '
repealed ha! it not been for th
Aranarling a'noifr some of Th pro
. i San Irar. jgt , fl
mattf in harttl artrt r i -e t-aU
taken the mattf in
go.n? about i m a business 1' .e r- n
rer They w.u t to establish b "-
a commission hasis. a-- m ro- sm
ard Xew York, and will brn z ' up t
the next session of the 1 s!a' re
They will ntKavor to pjt trr jgn a
bill callir.? for either ten or 1: ".an '
C iimmUliia Rule Favored.
The Pacific coast bo..s!e! 'or i ong
time of being: the real hnn e r f bo
lrir but it seems to hae s're-l to "
ea-t If the came on th- ocas -I
laced in proper hands, there Is '
doubt but that limit-d-rouriT contests
will be permitted Th i-opte 'Jice
are liberal minded and do not ant
prevent a sport that is e- oel bv
thousands. It was the wav- .n whit?
it was handled that caused . ranr .
dissatisfaction out there. ' ndcr th"
commission rule the-e t ill be no
chance for a lot of pettv SMUabblr
and it is likely that the game .n th
coast will be benefitted in the en .
even though it has been barred for th- S
past two years. .
Baylor Is Recoverin?.
Ray Bronson. at one time welter
n eight champion, but who has been
piloting Milbum Savior, the Hoose
lightweight. the past few yea's, ij o'
the opinion that his contender fo
Freddv Welsh's title has recoered en
tirely "from the severe attack of pneu
monia he had last spring At that t!m
Savior was coming along with rap d
-strides and had been beating all tn
lightweights in sight. He has alwav
claimed that he defated Freddy TTels
decisively at Winnipeg, when the de
cision was given against him on an
alleged foul, but of course, it matter
'ittle. for the referee's verdict w-
taken officially ... , "
Saylor was taken 111 and clalmd
to be in poor condition when he met
I'harlie White, and suffered a knock
out at his hands. This was follow3
by a ee-vere case of pneumonia, but he
las recovered entirely and dur'nsj tve
summer season put In most of his time
rongbing it in the country.
Bronson Is sure that he Is DacK m
proper form and he gave him a tr
out last week in which Saylor stoppe.l
a voung fellow in two rounds a
Ohio. . ,
Will Start All Over Again. -jj
Xow he is goine to start . II ove' in
a chase for the lightweight title, at
tnough he is getting along Ti' ' r
(Continued on next pace..