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EL PASO HERALD
VICTOR IN gie
Defeats Past Freebooter
Aggregation in Game at
Ft. Bliss Field.
The fast Freebooters team chosen
from the ordnance corps. Eighth
cavalry, and field hospital teams was
beaten by the Motor trsnport, C to 0,
n a hard fought game Saturday. The
game was clean throughout. The high
wind prevented successful forward
pissing. One attempt for forward
pass was made by the Freebooters and
three by the M. T. , one of which was
Freebooters' line was heavy and
foucht hard at all times. It out
weighed M. T. C. line IB pounds to
the man. De Wolf. McKay. Free. Mur.
jy and Enloe played a good game,
rr.aklng yardage 10 times. Touchdown
was made by Hamilton, who made
siera! suoeagful end runs. Captain
nhite of the Freebooters played a
good game at ail times.
The Transport lineup follows:
Murphv. left end: Thompson, left
tackle bare, left guard: Beck, cen
ter. Sanaere. right guard: MCCor-;-i-k
r ght tai-kle: Enloe, right end:
wWolf, quarter: Hamilton, left end:
i;cK:t. fullback. Free, right half.
Sjbsiitutes Thompson, for Dare:
-n;!S for Thompson. Daniels for
, -ile, Fullton for Free.
officials were Lieut. Standsko, rer---et
Lieut. Barnes, umpire: Sergt
T1. oods, head linesman.
(Contlnae From Preiiw Page.)
tnrough the Demlng right tackle, and
-,-anilton then raced through a broken
- r d for a 22 yard touchdown. Pops
fard kicked gcaL The final score
as male when Manny Ponsford
v..cked a kick and raced 40 yards
-i- another touchdown. He then
dirked goal. The game ended with
--e lsitors kick.ng to Uhlig on the
15 vard line.
Fl Paso Position. Demlng.
M Kinney .. right end Beubuah
i'air"ton . right tackle .... Upton
-n oodside, C) right guard. .Causland
Thaller center MeAdams
"cliock left guard tyne
Itowell left tackle DeT'f''
ocsford left end "J
Maxsrhter .. quarterback .... Roach
Bfthea right half ..... Stump
i-eotten left half .. Clark. C.
T?lhot fullback Cooper
Substitutes were: Tigers Springer
"r Bethea, Coykendal for Pollock,
.-tevensrn for Coykendal. Dunshue
for Bulger, Garcia for 8chuller.
hllg for Ta'bot. Ponsforu '-r
p-ine:er. Hamilton for Seotten. H
.ale for Ponsford. Stahl for Rag!?
'la'e. Williams for McKInney. Fall
f r Covkendai.
irain? Pontine Tor MeAdams, Mc
Mans for Causland. Causland for
Urk. Pirrish for MeAdams, Ebrman
Touchdowns Scotten. three: Tal
vot. c.e: Hamilton, one; 8prlnger,
o"e- Ponsford drop kick, Seotten.
Offlcals were- Capt- R. TL Neylsnd.
West Foint) referee- Chris Fox, um-v.-e.
A. Harrison, referee-
Larrv Gilbert, the former Boston !
Brave, led the Southern league In bat--,ir
with an everage of ,24s in 116
A. A. E. F. UMPtHK BACK.
Richard U McBatn, former
4fr err,i-professional ball player
f rcTTi up New England way, came
firme recently from France
aitn the reputation of being
one umpire who managed to
stand the gaff and whimalcall- S
t(es of some 100. QO doogtiboy
fane In the A. 5 F. McBatn,
vrent overseas for the Knigntfl
of Columbus, umpired no lesa
an 125 baseball pames and
feral double headers thrown
In fo- pood measure which ta
4V a record for soldier games in
i-irgc cu'ured oil ce
vr!otm?nt map ol
'he Texas oil tu 1
tofffther with oar
se'ioni msp ofihv
HomT and Boll Ba
you flHda, Louisiana
wnt free; also bU
cocsectrtWe tsaea of
b Punser - Homer
125 Parity Beak
Bltc Si rs. Tr.
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phenomenal. Especially hai
this been true amongst die
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President, and C W. Shekon,
the SecTetary-Treasurer. There
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will have to hurry.
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Trust Building Arcade.
El Paso, Texas.
; Leaving of Aviators and
! Cavalrymen Eesult in
All of the games in the Army
league scheduled for Saturday
and Sunday were called off for one
reason or another. The SatHrday af
ternoon game was called off because
of the fact that the majority of the
Eighth cavalry team are In New
Mexico on duty. The Sunday raorn-
ing game, which was to have been
! between the Base hospital and 8 2d
i field artillery, waa called off because
'the former team failed to appear. It
' is believed that the Medicos will
I' drop out of the league.
Sunday afternoon was expected to
produce a great football game, as the!
Seventh cavalry and Aviation corps
were scheduled to meet and the too
boasted a pair of exceptionally
strong teams. However, most of the
aviators left for Kelly Field on Fri
day and it was necessary to call that
game off. Having lost practically all
or tneir piayera, it us pnmmB
the "high flyers" will Join the Med
icos and drop out .of the league.
T-m riood Games, nowever.
Although none of the regularly
scheduled games were played, two
games were staged on the Fort Bliss
rrldlron on jsaruraaj ana -1
ternoons. The first game was a very
f-lr exhibition of football In which
the motor transport corps defeated
the Freebooters by a score of six to
Sunday afternoon the -Free-Fr-eboetrrs
came back BtronK
and almnly overwhelmed an nsr
rrepurlon renrrentlt: the
Sonfhwerern no. The letter
tenm wna IreWnir In vrlr-ht.
TrhPe Their !lf . "'OTrrJ rlrsrlT
fkat llwT Hrte or no nrnr-
ttee f-wh-r. T-e final count
was 3S a 6 In the Freebooter'
(rr. The ! feature of the
r xrna a number of Trelrfl de
o. - itemOim the ban wa"
Wtrf off from the 40 varrt line after
-t- ? . r. y.A mMvmA a saretv.
The orooer "eoilon would fcs been
o nut the ball In play on the 20-yard
"The lineups of the team for Sun
lav's game wr follow"?
e.: Prefrnahm. 1. t.: Olhboo. 1. f .
vhr,rnlev. e- avVrs. r. r.: TConlsVv
- t.: TAt-roo'-. r. e : Gr.v. v
-rtrns. 1. n. h.: Frye, r. h. b.: -vHilte
!oitthWMtTn Shop" TTfr. 1. -:
r..,- i t - Bo '. P.:
- - Pm.'Ve. r. -: Be-""- r. t :
- r-n-T.wi.'n. o h: TVTei-r. 1. h
v . r:n- r . - '"" f-
At Columbia, Mo.: Nebraska, IS.
At St IjouIs: Marquette o, si
At Qrinnen: GrlnneH , Coe 9.
At iAwrenee, Kan.: Kansas C, Okla
At Princeton: Princeton 1. Har
At Ithaca: Cornell M. Carnesrie
At New Haven. Tats 14. Brown 0.
At Sew York: Dartmouth J, Penn
At Boston: Kati-ers 13, Ballon Col
At Plttsbnrsh: Pittsburgh I. Wash
ington and JeJCferson C
At Chicago: Chicago IS. Michigan .
At West Point: Notre Dasie 12,
At East Lansing: Michigan Aggies
13, South Dakota 0.
At Evans ton: Iowa 14. Northwest
At Minneapolis: Illinois It Minne
At Detroit: Tufts 7, TJ. of Detroit t
At Stale College. Pa.: Pennsylvania
State It. LehUh 7.
At Annapolis: Georgetown C Navy
At Columbus: Ohio State K. Pur
.it Salt Lake City. TJ. of Utah 7,
V. of Colorado .
At Denver. U. of Denver v. Colorado
SchooVef Mines (.
At Fort Collins: Colorado Aggies
27. Utah Aggies 7.
At Dee Moines: Drake 14. Washing
ton University 12.
At Sioux City: Morning Side It.
At Omaha: Crelghloa 47, Colorado
At Portland: Washington State 7.
A: Los Angeles: CaHfornla 14,
Southern California IS.
At Schenectady: New York Univer
sity 17. Union &
At Worohesier, Mass.: Holy Cross
41. Colby a.
At Syracuse, N. T.: Syracuse ,
At New Haven: Tale Freshmen 13,
Cornell Freshmen 0.
At Hamilton: Colgate" 11. Boeheater
At Easton, Pa.: LafayetU . Dick
At Cambridge: Princeton Freshmen
12. Harvard Freshmen .
At Homewood, Md.: Johns Hopkins
v. Haverford 7.
At Lancaster, Pa.: FrankTIn and
Marshal college . Swarthswre 2.
At Washington. D. C.: Gallaodel
27. Western Maryland L
At Newport. K. L: Newport Naval
Training Station 12. Great Lakes 12.
At Marietta. O.: Marietta 27. West
Virginia Wesleyan f.
At Davenport. Iowa: Cornell 12.
Augustan College 0.
At Cincinnati: Kentucky State C
TJ. of Cincinnati 7.
f At Indianapolis: Depauw , Wabash
At Richmond, Ind.: Rarlham 6.
At Fargo, N. D.: North Dakota Ag
glee (, Fargo College S.
. t Knshvllle: VanderbUt University
It. U. or Alabama 12.
At Atlanta. Washington and Lee
University 2. Georgia Tech s
At New Orelans: U of Florida 2.
t8",y: u ot Washington 14,
All Fleet .
At ?l,sfou,a' Oht: Montana Fresh
m'A 4 MontaBa Aggies Freshmen 2.
M1 ?U ifOBt-:8late School of
Mtnes 21, Montana Wesleyan 10
, At Stanford University. Cat: Stan
ford IS. Santa Clara University a
At Columbia. S. C: University of
Tennessee f; University of South
At Annapolis: Maryland State 27:
St. Johns O.
At Manhattan. Kan.: Haskell In
dians J: Kansas Aggies S.
Hawford 7: Johns Hopkins 0.
, l Pr'",on- W. Va.: Center Col
leg? li. W"" Virginia University S.
At Marietta. Ohio: Marietta. 27
West Virginia Wesleyan 0
At Waco : A and M. 10: Baylor 0.
THE LATKST MBTHIID.
THE BI5S-I I I.KAER3.
If! AUTO RAGE
Phoenix State Fair Closes
With Many Fast Cars En
tered in Speedway.
Phoenix, Arte Nov. 10. Eddie
Hearne, In his Chevrolet, this after
noon won first money of SSS00 in
the 100 mile non-stock, class D auto
race at the state fair. The time was
one hour 29 minutes. 9 seconds, de
clared by referee BulUrd the fastesl
100 miles ever made on a circular dirt
trader One mite wsa In 49 seconds.
Roacoe Searles. in a Frontenac waa
second. less than ftve minutes later,
and Cliff Durant, In a Chevrolet, came
in a half minute later, they winning,
respec tively. J1S00 and tlOOO.
L. K. Nicholson. In a Hudson, was
fourth. TsWo Stein's Oldfleld special
was fifth, after repairing a broken
gasoline line, c u. Miners nai wem
out early and Toft and Armstrong
tailed to start.
Was a Fast Race.
The race was a fast an dean one
throughout and unmarred by accident.
There had been a threatening dash of
rain early in the day and they oiled
turns later were declared to have been
too slippery. But there was little of
the dust that heretofore has rendered
the course dangerous. For many miles
of the mM distance Searles headed
the field. Durant would have had an
excellent show had he not lost two
minutes when he pulled oat wKJa en-
noveltr race for SIM was a
source of keen amusement to the
grand stscd. for the drivers not only
had to run two miles In laps, hat
then had to manifest agility in skip
ping the rope, in tying shoes and in
eating apples. R. B. Armstrong, in a
Dodge, ran possibly better than the
others, but was second to Thomas in
an Overland at the finish of the ten
The ii mile event was a fast, clean
cut contest, won by Armstrong In 24
minutes 2S seconds. Bennett, in a
Marmon, was second, and Thomas
third. The race was for 11000. open
only to southwestern cars. Armstrong
and three other contenders had been
in the PH Pa so-Phoenix race.
The auto events closed the fair
week and brought out the largest
crowd ever known on the grounds, es
timated at 2S.0M souls.
Church League Flag Race
Becomes A Triangular Tie
ONLY two eaiaes ot basketball werf .
. .. . . '
v j niaTM in inn uanTrn rfiEBB.
Saturday night. But those two were
sufnelent to knot the league in a
triangular tie as predicted, with the
Cathedral. Trinity Methodist and
First Methodist teams la the lead,
each boasting a percentage of .724.
In the first game of the night the
First Methodist team nosed out the
Mexican Method la Is with a 18 to IS
count while In the other game the
Cathedral five went down to Its first
defeat of the season, before the
Trlnitv Methodist aggregation, to the
tone of 18 to It.
.Was -Wen Played.
The game between the Mexican and
First Methodist teams was the closest
and hardest fought since the opening
or the league. Wtxttley scored the
first point for the First Methodist
team, with a field RoaL From that
point until the end of the half his
team managed to hold the lead,
altkosurh they had a scant two points
to the good at half time.
The Mexicans started .the sec
ond period with n runs and aarged
to (he front. About half vnry
tkronch tbe period they had what
looked lo be a eemmandlna: lead,
with fl' e polntn to fhe eoT. nw
rver, rioter and Capt. Bill nlaa
"jne throws with M-rernl pretty
ahota and nosed out the victory.
After the game the Mexican team
protested the game on the grounds
that one of the First Methodist play.
era took out time Illegally, for the
purpose of tyine a shoe lace. As the
KTOnids for protest are as ridtrulous
as wou'd he a protest on sny other j
fteemlon which concerned the Jurter-I
ment of the referee there Is little
probability that It will be sustained.
Outplayed nival. J
In the second came Trinity simply
outplayed Cathedral. Trinity bad the
full strength of the team on the floor
and played a strong game throughout
Cathedral, on the other hand, was
minus the services or both Charon ami
Harry McKemr and appeared to be off
Its stride, particularly In the first
half. Trinity practically won the:
m in the first period, when they
piled up a 12 to E lead. In the sec
ond half they counted only t to
O e 0-0-eX-e-
AT I net say that Barnum knew
knew what he was talking about
when he said There's one born every
minute." He must hare been think
ing ot people who will pay to see
prise fighting on the stags.
HOW DO THEr DO tTt
While followers of boxing is' New
Tork City are prevented by law from
seeing bouts between professional
pugilists, unless, by chance, they hap
pen to be members of regularly or
ganised athletic crabs, their brethren
up state are excodlagly more fortu
nate. Boxing clubs have flourished
for some time In Buffalo and Syra
cuse, and now at least two other
towns nave bobbed up as fistic cen
ters. ne is Blnghatnion, the other
Is Beacon- Bouts were held In these
towns recently without Interference
by the authorities, yet It Is by no
means clear that the dubs which
conducted the contests are not of the
class at which the law la leveled.
COL. BBBBTS'S UIRTHDAT.
diaries H. Boosts, the celebrated
Brooklyn baseball magaats, will cele
brate hhs Mtn birthday today. He
became president of the club in 1822,
succeeding Charles H. Byrne, who had
beaded the Brooklyn Nationals ever
sines they entered the big circuit in
US. That year the club finished
lth. aiO Ebbets himself tried his
hand at managing after Bill Barnle
and Mike Griffin had failed to make
the Dodgers produes the goods. For
the next season "Foxy Ed" Hanlon
was hired to manage the club and
and he landed them out In front, and
repeated In 1200. Brooklyn finished
third and second, respectively. In itoi
and 1902. Since then Pat Donavan.
Harry Dumley and BUI Dahlen have
tried their hands at rnanagtag the
Dodgers, but failed to bring tnetn
back Into the front ranks from which
they slid In 102. Wllbut Robinson,
now manager of the club, tooV bold
n.A r spnnTOOTtAPnT.
ANRWRR: The two oldest teams is
the National leaeTuo are the Chicago
and Roston teams, wh'eb hsve played
continuously sine the organisation
wa launched In 1876.
When fls the home Plate inside
The answer will be given tomor
Illinois Second and Chicago
Third in Conference
Chicago, 111-, Nov. 10. The unde
feated Ohio State eleven, with the
scalps of Michigan and Purdue dang
ling from Its belt. Is a notch nearer
the "Big Ten" foot ball championship,
with Illinois trailing in second place
and Chicago pulling np in third. Wis
consin and Iowa, with two victories
out of three games to their credit, are
tied for fourth place. Illinois has won
four out of Its five games, while Chi
cago has won three out of four.
Meet Crisis Scit Week.
Victorious over Purdue in a 20 to 0
game yesterday, the speedy Ohloans
will face their crucial games of the
ehamDlanahlo drive next Saturday and
a week later, meeting Wisconsin and
Illinois, respectively. In games which
promise to be the most desperately
fought of the season.
While Saturday's games were with
out startling upsets, the 10 to vic
tory of Illinois over Minnesota, was
regarded as a surprise. Beaten In
three periods of the game, Illinois
staged a fighting rally in the fourth
Chicago's IS to 0 triumph over
Michigan In the renewal of traditional
gridiron rivalry between these his
toric foes, was gained through the
ability of the Maroons to use success
fully the forward pass.
Iowa Bests Northwestern.
The smooth working Iowa eleven
gave Northwestern Its fourth straight
defeat, winning 14 to 7. The Hawk
eyes clash with Chicago next Satur
day and the outcome of this contest
will determine the rank the lowana
will be given In the "big ten" cham-
f lonship race. It will be the first time
owa and Chicago have met for sev
eral years and the contest promises to
be hard fought- Iowa is rated to have
one of the best elevens developed In
recent years, having beaten Minne
sota and neorassa.
GRIFFITH TO RKTIRE. ,
Retirements from baseball are get
ting an early Mart- The teadoff man
Is outfielder Tommy Griffith of the
Brooklyn Dodger who opines he will
quit the game and go Into business.
probably locating at commons, u.
Both games wre ratbar rotxRli. but
that was btrrlv du to the fast olav.
In the opening jeame Garden
was the big peiat maker. plHna
up 12 of the Hexleaa team 15,
with alx Roals from fhe field.
What ley waa the Ms point maker
for the Flmt MelhoiMata, rnantlag
hair of their tnrat, with four
field srenfa. In the aeeoad frame
Long, of the Cathedrals, totaled
seven, with three fleM gotl and
on, free thw. Price S-hnPrr
and Hanny Penivford tied for tho
Trinity lead, with six each. Briee
aenriajr three ffefd soul and
Mannv one fleM sroal and four
The lineups were as follows:
Mexican Methodists Rirht for
ward. Soto, one field goal: left for
ward. Garden, stx field goals center
"fin and Rangel: right guard.
Martinet and Hanger: left Ejimrd.
"ernanflex, one foul goal. First
Methodists Rlatit forward. Wh alley,
four fleM goals: left forvsM. Saner,
one field goal: center, eta her. two
eteld osls: right rmH, Gion and
K-Hnk: left guard. Cook and Bias, one
Trinity Right forward, Arthur, one
field goal: left forward, Schnller. three
field goal: center. Ponsford. one field
ToaL four foul goals: right guard.
Oaylord. one field goal: left guard.
Mudd. one field goal Cathedral
Right forward. Cordova and Shea:
left forward. Long, three field goals.
one foul goal: center, wrens ana
Shea, one field goal, one foul goal:
right guard. Wrenn and Talbot: left
In the other scheduled games First
Peeb'terlan forfeited to Mount Sin la.
irr namisT Torreiieu to nrsr mns-
lan and Westminster Presbyterian
'crfelted to Central Baptist.
Owner of New York Giants
Takes Charge of Cuban
Track; Many Visitors.
New York, Nov. 10. The SI0.0M
Cuban derby win be the feature
of the racing .In Havana this winter
under the management of Charles A.
Stoneham and John J. McGraw, of -the
New York Giants, who have pur
chased the Oriental park track. The
rare will be at a mile and a halt, for
horses of all ages, wl-lch Is scheduled
to be decided during the first month
of the meeting, and probably on
Christmas day. This event wouW
give Intended starters all the chance
possible for a preparation and might
be the medium whsrapy some of the
youngsters wnicn are just on toe
verze of being three year olds would
be given a chance to show their
-Will Not Stint.
It is certain that the Stonesam-Mc-Graw
combination will not be pe
nurious in their management of the
track, as their purpose Is to place the
sport of horse racing In the plane
which they feel It should enjoy, and
of the type which will continue to
enlist the support of the natives, to
say nothing of the thousands of
Americans who are expected to visit
the Caban paradise during the com
ing winter. Dame Rumor has It that
1 0.006 passports have been asked for
In order that trips can be made to
Havana this winter.
rh. Mn (. win he nnder the super
vision of Christopher J. Fitzgerald
and a corps of men of his type, who
are keenly alive to the necessity for
th closest supervision of everything
I connected with the sport.
ZElIJUlt MAI 11KAD THAU.
.manage a team In the Western
I Canada league next season. ZeMer
once prayeo in mai cucun Mui . v, -membered
there for his Hood ork.
LOSES TO LONGHORNS
IN FAST CLOSE GAME
A USTTN. Texas. Nov. lev Scoriag a
A .... .... .v. v ,l
tcr on a forward pass from Davidson
to Jameson behind the goal line saved.
. v . . , ... 1
IRC JUMDHI llttto, uni uum m - -" -
at with the Texas Longhorsa here
Saturday afternoon en Clark field. The
final acore was 33 to 7. the victory
belag pnt across with the Texas play
ing a suostitute team In the tast
Arkansas scored for the second
time sgalnat Texaa In the 10 eonteata
that hava been played between the
two schools. And for the first time
since 1917. when Texas won S7 to e,
the game far the Wt part was iUt
less, the warm weather alowiag up
the game considerable.
Texas scored only one touchdown
in the first period and appeared te
take thlaga easy during the entire
first half. Arkansas did not ahnv
good form nnttl the opening of tke
second half when the Raxorharlca
Mtartedafnrward passgame. A number
or loag forward panses and lateral
passe by Davidson netted snbsfantlal
gains for the visitors during the sec-
Cannon waa the brilliant perform rr
for Trxas. the speedy half bark mak
ing eight broken field runs, raaglag
from SO to SO yards, and making a
'oral gain ot 200 yards dnrlnxr the
Cannon earned a place as all south
western half bark with his brilliant
end running and speedy tackles.
Domtngoe. substitute full back.
proved another find for Texas. Ills
worth on line plunges being n feature
f the game. Rrennan. Falk Groves
and Green also played n good game.
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THINK IT OVER
La Internacional Cigars
Baseball Rumors Flow
Thick and Fast; Ring
Will Not be Traded.
New York, Nov. 1. The winter now
approaching promises to be produc
tive of more baseball rumors than
any in recent years, possibly as a re
sult of the increased Interest In the
national game during the summer
The major league clubs have tem
porarily disbanded and the players
have scattered to their homes, but
thj fans Still arm iw fk nk
' are flying thick and fast. Quito re
'Cently It was renortect that th Phila
delphia National league park was
about to be sold and that the PblUfoe
and Athletics would share Shlbe Park
next season. This story was promptly
denied and attention called to the fact
that the Phillies have a year lease
on tbe property.
Then came the stories of the al
leged efforts on the part of tbe Giants
to obtain VRabblt Maranvllle and of
John McGraw's Intention to train bis
club In Cuba next spring. Tbe Giant
leader put the crusher on those tales.
The latest rumor this one comes
from Cincinnati Is that Jimmy Ring
is to be traded, sold or otherwise dis
posed of by Pat Moran before the
season of 192S rolls around.
Ring la Dependable.
Unlike Its predecessors, which
sounded rather plausible at first tell
ing, this story is plainly worthless
except for the purpose of producing
merriment. It Is true that last spring
Moran dldnt care whether Ring, who
was a holdout, reported to the Reda
or not, but six months or so have
worked a remarkable change In the
status of the Brooklyn youth, who
was one of the heroes of the world's
series. Jimmy, under the guidance
of Moran, has developed Into a very
capable performer on tbe slab and
will be one of Pat's chief dependen
cies in future pennant campaigns, at
least for the next few years.
Arkansas sjusrter hark.
merited his lllle a. all southern quar-
ter back with hla kicking, rnaalax
and passlns. rak at end and Capt.
Coleman at center, were other
Kaxorbaekji. whose work stood out
Texaa started the scoring when RUI
bieekrd Davidson's pnsf on fhe five
yard Use. and Green rell an the baH
behind the goal line. Other fourh
downa were made by Cannon. Me
Cuilongh. Land and Darry.
Texas plays Haskell Indians here
on Xovember 14. while Arkansas
meets Oklahoma at Fnyettevllle next
The came atsrred with the fellow
Texaa Fostion Arkansas
Nana LE. Ptalt
Green L.T. Smith
Gsmmert L.G. McGHI
Hill C Coleman
Dennis .....R.T. Bwart
Graves R.E.... Wlnkrlmaa
MeCuHougu ....R.H Perdue
Cannon 11 1.. Bala
Domlnguea F.B. narrlson
Brenaan QBK Davidson
Substitutes i' Texas. Hamilton for
Nuaai Maslln far Green i Pens far
uaMmrri i Harwell tor uenmsi
Webler for Falsi Btslne for Gravest t
uougberty tor neCuIleua - Lang rr
Cannons Barry for Domlagnesi Brown
Officials it ere 1 Moor CTanderhHt),
refereei Kinney (Mississippi! umplrei
Proctor (T. C. U.) headHnesmani
Ettllnger, (Texas) timekeeper.
TIED IS HITTISO.
Pitchers Oesehger and Demaree. of
the Boston Braves, ran neck and
neck In the struggle for batting hon
ors thla season, Oesehger finally
winning out with an average of .Hi
to .041 for Demaree.
Skin Eruption Causes v
ScratdHag hxntsi At IrritaSen
of At DeScate Skk
Ton ean claw yoor nails Into your
skin until It bleeds, in u effort to !
tain relief from the fiery Itching anJ
burning caused by skin diseases, but
you only Increase the Irrltatlos and
And yoe can pour ointments, salves
and lotions by the gallon so the irri
tated parts, without sofa in in? any
thing but temporary relief- Just is
soon as the strength of the coaster
Irritant given out. your pain and tor
ture will return with Increased vio
lence, because these local remedl, -have
not reached the source of the
The real source of all sktn disease
Is tbe blood supply. The blood be-!
They Are Now Drilling
24 Hours a Day
MAKING FETB PH8QRHM.
Tour time fa a serf to fret in
your cheek today. Delay la dangerous iTou mast act craleniF
rer Tatue. !. no leas tau
No Stockholders LUbwtry
Las Cruces, New Mexico.
HERALD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
rami Infected with some impurity,
and tbe disease germs break out
through the delicate tissues of the
skin. They may appear as edema,
tetter, bolls, pimples, scaly eruption,
caused by disease germs in the blood.
The real cure, therefore, must sa di
rected through the blood. And C9
remedy has yet bean discovered that
equals S S S for any disorder sf the
blood. This great on remedy rlrit
the blood of every traos of disease
germs, and dears op the complexion
ii gives it the ruddy glow of per
fect health. Get a bottle at your drug
Mere today, and yen will aeon be na
of yonr tormenting akin trouble. AH;
write at once for expert medical ad
vice regarding your om ease. Ad
dress. Medical Director. 22 Swift Lab
oratory Atlanta, Ga. Ady
on this hlassuMvv fMC.
19 uim sow in a, Moex.