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EL PASO HERSLD SPORT5, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LITE
tEwis w.nrTHitHPonn. sportixo editor
HERILD SPORTS I.KID AI L.
All of the lalrat new of basins. wreaillne:, football,
baseball. tlf. bHnK. trnnl aiiti athrr atblclle evrata
a fMad la f far apart Mtan of The Herald. Poll l-aed
vrlre af-rlce en all Mr Eamut and Mlrt". Reqaeats
far Information an aperttuc event liven .aerial atten
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ALBUQUERQUE AND MINES TEAMS WORK HARD FOR BIG GAME SATURDAY HERE
HIGH SCHOOL TIGERS WILL FACE LAS CRUCES HIGH SCHOOL ON THE SAME DAY
tion hy Ssert Information Bureau. inme
MINES TO MEET
New Mexico Varsity Squad
Will Arrive Friday For
IN the course of its first real schedule
since the school openad Its doors,
coach Tommy Dwyrs State School of
Mines football eleven will meet the
University of New Mexico team Sat
urday afternoon at the High school
stadltjui is what should be one of the
best games of th entire season.
In facing; the New Mexicans follow
ing the stiff same with the Roswell
cadets. It fs certainly an established
fact that the Mines are not picking
any easy marks, but intend to meet
TA.r.11 a., atn ta UAVi.'.n Itl v-o 1 T 17 !
fought to a scoreless tie only three
'-"reeks ago and In view of the splendid
showing of the Mines team last Satur
day fcgajnst the cadets, the students
are more encouraged over the pros
pects of the Texans being returned
victors over the r:siting tribe. The
varsity team Is heavier than Roswell,
but is not quite a3 fast and has more
experienced man on the roster, due to
the return of a number of soldiers and
s'lors who sened during the emer
gency. Everyone Saoald Bar
Mines stuoents have again adopted
a widespread campaign to sell tickets
'or the game in order to meet the ex
panse of bringing the university team
fcre Each student has been assigned
a small block of seats for the pur
pose of disposing of them to his
fr.ends, and it is hoped to pull out
of the hole on this game. Last Sat
urday the athletic fund was hit quite
a blow when it failed to meet ex
penses in bringing Roswell here, uui
the loyal football boosters of the
school hope to make It up on the var
The High aefaeol Tffrers are not
behind ana In the leant as the
crappy little team fa feeing to
meet the Laa Graeea High arnool
leea la the firat crame. BI Paao,
thia year, can baaat of one of the
facteat and beat bfaxh school trama
la the hMtory ef the eity sad the
atnesrt body ta aeowlng Ita In
t exeat bj raraing oat far the
games. la the aaaer valley aehoel
the Tigera trill meet a a peed y
bnarfa of heya wa have yet to
meet defeat tbla aeaaon.
Cadt and Agslea.
Friday afiernocu at Mesilla, coach
G. M. Fieckenger's Roswell cadets will
oppose the Aggies. Maj. R. R, Ney
iand who has officiated in practically
all of the games at the stadium this)
season wui reieree mis contest ana
will return to El Paso in time ta be
on hand for the Miner-University
A I me on the work of the varsity
team can be obtained from the fol
lowing story In the Albuquerque Jour-
Freddy Church Is Real
Star Of Harvard
I That Guiltiest Feeling
rlaaHsF I I
(Copyrlehi. IMS. K'w Tork Tribes e, IneJ
Shows Splendid Form
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fi,T THE PtRST Tee OP THE
GoLP CLUB t AnD, 8EinS IGNORANT
OF RULES AMD CUSTOM5 HAILS
you in a lood rwjcoos
(Banner Just at the
StLEMT MOMENT YoUR
CPOTCHETV GOt-P MATE
i, APORESSIM6 HIS BALL.
MANAGER McGRA WHAS
Hou ABE VUH-
VUA.IT A MIMVfTe'
.MOT S'PfrSED To
Bill - well, well
ELL Been looKim'
ALL OVER FOR YA
SO THIS S WHERE 0
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rE playing of Freddy Church, Har
vard back. In recent fames,
makes It bard to conceive how this
youngster can be kept from a regu
lar berth in the backfield this year.
Church combines with his speed anl
heady maneuvres In a broken field
the ability to aupolv Harvard with
high grade kicking, prints carrying
plenty of distance and high enough
to permit even the linemen to get
down the field after them.
football rata put la the team this
The ranks of the University' were
depleted worse, perhaps than that of
any other school in the state at the
outbreak of the war. To say that
'hey are coming back fast is putting
it mildly. Grant and Claude Mann,
Oerphede, 'Adelotte, Melville and Olenn
Rogers are showing up In fine form
and it is believed that when the gam
is placed they will be doing some
very rapid work.
Fast work is what the University
will have to count upon against the
Aggies, who have a much heavier and
older team than the varsitv nleven.
The rniversitv football eleven Is i but coach McGough and his squad are
fast, getting into shape for the big Pfl daunted ana look for the game lo
game with the Agricultural college on I one of the closest of the season.
the university campus rnanitsgiving i . ' "-'ul
55 Sic JoxJa.s.
"VAC" Jordan, fulback of the Durt
i mouth eleven, has displayed such
splendid form In recent gridiron bat
tles that football experts are already
classing him as All-Amerlcan ma- j
terlaL The sturdy fullback never,
falls to gain when -tven t'ae ball and !
Is sure lo be used as the battering j
.ram In the coming championship con
test with Colgate.
day. The team has already made a
wonderful record, couting the dratr
bscki they started out with at the
opening or the season, five cr me
men, !t la reported, had never played
squad is scheduled to play the Xexas
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rp j j cent engagement aas completely
1 aKlTlS. It Ml3S V ! healed. In the- event he wins the
, bout Frank will issue a challenge to
Referee and Boxer Go to
Copper City to Offici
ate in Contests.
Accompanied by Frankie Fowser,
welterweight boxer, refer Jack Mc
Donald, left Kl Paso Monday night
for Bis bee. where be will officiate as
referee in a ten round contest be
tween Russell Chambers and Frank
Lough re y tonight. Fowser will elaah
with Johnnie Meyer, a fast Blshee
welter in the ten round semi-wtadup
and inasmuch as he has trained faith
fully for the past ten days he is con
fident of being returned the victor.
His hand which was injured in a re
cent engagement has completely
Frankie Mn featharwoii.t
boxer, who wan recently discharged
from military service is taking it easy
at Fayetteville, Ark., and will soon
reenter the ring for a go at the fast
eat men of his disvlsioa. Manila
writes The Herald sport editor that
he Is keeping in good condition and
is ready to meet any of the feathers
now in the southwestern district.
Frankie has the reputation of being
one of the fastest and cleverest little
men in the south and la capable of
potting up a good fight against any
To, Meet Duffy
Lightweight champion Benny Leon
ard will risk his title at Tulsa. OkbL.
on November IS, against Jimmy
Duffy, the Lockport crack In a 16
round battle: Ben F. Tipton, an BI
Paso scenic artist, who Is at present
located in Tulsa, writes that the
champion is expected to arrive there
witnin the next day or two and that
tne tans or the Oklahoma city are
keyed up to a high pitch of anticipa
tion of his coming. Tipton was at
the ringside when Harry Wills de
feated Sam Langford recently and in
a letter to The Herald sport editor he
oeciares uat it waa "some battle."
MADE PILE AND MAY
QUIT BASEBALL GAME
VTEW TORK. Nov. 1L Manager John
It G. McGraw. of the Giants, Is en
tering into sa many sew buateess
ventures that his friends do not ex
pect to see him remain the. leader of
the New Tork Nationals more than a
few years. When MeOraw does retire
as manager on the field the ehanees
are that he can sit back In his pri
vate box at the Polo grounds and
reminisce with supreme satisfaction.
Will Be lalerestrd.
There is not a chance that McGraw
will entirely sever connection with
baseball as long as he Uvea He loves
the game too well for that. It has
been his life long ambition to own
the Giants. As he is now part owner
of the dub he has reached the goal
or his desire, and will be a pleased
man when he can hand over the man
agement of the team to a worthy
the winner of the Charabers-Loaghrey i and capable successor. He wants to
By SAM CltAJSTS.
myself and also for you through It
I would be a renegade to change my
tactics and become a pink tea man
ager. I ask no favors from any team
Nor do I give (hem. I want a good,
scrappy game and desire to let my
patrons -know that they alwava are
assured of a contest, and a real one.
when the Giants play. No wishy
washy affairs for me."
Soldier Barfield Unable to
"Withstand Attack of
Jersey City, N. J, Nov. 11. Con
ceding almost 10 Bounds, Benny
eonrd, world's lightweight bovine
champion, easily defeate
Bartfleld of Brooklyn In an elght
lound contest at the Fourth regiment
armory here Monday msht.
Leonard weigned 13S 1-4 and Bart
fleld 14. Leonard rained punches
upon his heavier opponent through
out the bout and took the honors in
Losnn Bests Dundee,
A wild swing that landed on the
champion's head sent him to the
ropes In the fifth session, but he re
t overed quickly and was back again
sending fast rights and lefts to
Bart field's head. In the sixth ami
seventh round Leonard sfcred a half
dozen hard rights to the head but
too high to be effective.
Mel Coo'.an of Brooklyn outfought
Johnny Dundee of New York In five
of the eight rounds In their contest.
Coogan. who weighed 132 pounds,
two move than his opponent, adopted
Dundee's lumping tacti-s ad took;
every round until the sixth In which!
Dunded bv a shade. The last two
sessions were even. i
Greeks, Italians and Gaelic
Irishman Played Game
Many Years Ago.
IS GKEATF0RM OF
WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 11 Foot
ball, which now holds the athletis
stage to colleges and high schools. 1
considered a strenuous game, but the
style of play In this generation Is a
mild and tame exercise as compared
to the original forms or the sport, ac
cording to a bulletin from tne na
tional geographic society.
The history of the autumn ciassw
is described by J. R. Hilderbrana in
a communication to the society, which
"Running, throwing, hitting and
kicking are the fundamental muscu
lar operations of America's charac
teristic aiorta baseball. foo:rjt,
tennis and Kolt The peoples of si
ihimty mantiested ail these in
stincts In cruder form.
Lsbos hlllmen. the Polynes
ians, the Kskima and Sumatra
islanders hod games played by
kicking a bail. Greeks played 1c
ana the Kenan aa-ne. fc-r?so.
derived Its name from the Greek
a seize,' xhfeh la evidenee that
carrying the bail traa practiced
by them. KHa shoea of hide. The
medlval Itnltaaa played a game
vrhleh seems the direct ancestor
of the Angle-Saxon college sport.
Our lie scholars point to a foot
ball game la Ireland before ae
time of Christ, and until com
paratively recent tlmea Shrove
Tuesday was as distinctly an oc
casion for football aa fs our
"In old England football wax eves
.rougher than most sports of thus
hardy times. James 1 thought it Wat
meeter for lametng than making ai'f
the users thereof.' Henry VIII a -.4
Elizabeth ruled against it. Sdwarl C
frowned upon It for Its interference
with archery and also because of tot
commotion It armeed. In those timet
it was played In tne cltv strt".i A
writer of the Hth century called it
a 'devilish pastime' and charged it
with Inciting 'envy and sometiTntt
brawling, murther and homicide.'
"Nevertheless, by the time ol
Charles. II football had become f-r--ly
established at Cambridge It was
ever held la high esteem In I.-e'and
There, when ail other scoria wen
prohibited for archery's sake. nnj
the great foot ha tie' was exempt. Wo.
men Joined wf'h the n- in t.'n .
It on Shrove Tuesdays. So manv par.
tic! pa ted that few knew the where
abouts of the ball. An exped:e-t,
which not so long sgo aroused a fu
rore In the American sporting world,
as rdoniee bv a player w a h it
out the shavings with which the bn '
of those days were stuffed ai-' car
ried under his shirt to the gcaL
He defeated Johnny Celmars who
recently fought Loughrey a ten round
draw, some time ago and believes that
se can do It again. Chambers and
Loaghrey are hard, tough, aggressive
men who can give as well as take a
punch. The bout tenlgbt will mark
their third meeting in the ring the
first contest having been won by
Chambers and the second being a
drew. Kid Fred George, the veteran
middleweight. Is handling Chambers
and has taught the youngster quite a
few things about ringcratt which will
undoubtedly help htm a great deal.
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CILLBTTB IS VICTOK.
Cleveland. 0 Nov. 1L It required
SI innings for Byron Gillette of Buf
falo to defeat Jess Lean of Cincin
nati. SO to 48, in the first game of
the national three cushion billiard
championship tournament Monday.
Gillette's high run was five.
Charles Otis of Brooklyn won
from Tiff Denton of Kansas City SO
to 4S in sixty innings.
TO TRAIN IN LOUISIANA.
Lake Charles, La, Nov. 1L Connie
Mack has chosen Lake Charles as the
training place in the spring for the
Philadelphia Athletic baseball club, it
was learned Monday when arrange
ments were made for the pitching
staff to be quartered here, beginning
with February 23. and the other
payers a week later.
escape the many worries and exae
tlons or the position or manager.
HcGrnw has rouarfat bla way to
the front of the national game.
His duties In attalnlna; that prom
inence have been strenuous as
well ns araaoua. Hr hna made
enemies by his characteristic as
crrcMMlvcneas. bat he has alao made
thousands of steadfast friends,
vrho knew and knniv fafs sterling
qualities and nbo nlao know that
he has been and'Is In many ways
the meat misunderstood man in
baaeball. That his fiahtlna: spirit
eauacs him to be stroncly dia
likrd mi but natural. It villi be
found that the great majority of
thoae people who are antagonistic
to him and his methods on the
field became bla enemies through
fear of hla abilitv na manaser.
It is the people who are the most
ranio in snowing their antagonism to
ward McGraw that attend most regu
larly the games his (earn, the Giants,
play. They dislike him and deride
him; still they are his most steady
patrons. While the late lamented
John T. Brush was owner of the
Giants he frequently asked McGraw
If the latter did not think he was
going too far in his aggressiveness.
McGraw's Invar'abTe reply was:
la a Fighting Flayer.
"No, sir 1 have made my reputa
tion as a tignting player and man
ager. It la mi stock In trade. I
have gained fame and fortune for
I SPORTOGRAPHY By "Gravy'
g RifA? I not suggest that a martial , circles to which the income tax col-
lectors give special heed. This was
revealed as Walker Cochrane, Kojl
lamaaa ano jaae scnaeier text Mew
York for San Francisco, to continue
their play in the academy games
there. Also some of the facta came
to light as to the rumpus among some
of the competitors Just before the
championship is.2 balk line tourna
ment which threatened to disrupt It
The three players named objected
to a condition of the tournament
agreement which provided for them
going on tour for 18 weeks of special
competition throughout the country.
They had been receiving in excess of
J50 per day In the California academy
There was the certainty of higher pay
and leas exertion If they returned. In
tact. With anecia.1 lemon ana. n,....
exhibitions, there waa the surety of
practically J500 a week apiece. All
2fwh!,ch Indicates that the top class
billiard player Is becoming one of tbe
highest salaried artists devoted to
CLASS IN SPORTOGRAPHY.
Answer The first man to catch a
ball up behind the bat waa F. R.
t0.!?. 2f the Aulc club in 1850.
J?t ws credited by many as
!?? J'1 to do so. but Indlsputa
Weauthority says that such is not tbe
Nanal feaVueS Me" ,e8D" ln the
morrow. b lTen to"
touch could be added to the grld-
Llron battles by having them" played
NEWS TO MeGRAW.
A story was sent out of Boston the
other day to the effect that the Braves
soon would trade shortstop Rabbit
Maranville to the Giants for "a catcher,
two Infielders and a heavy hitting
outfielder.'' When manager McGraw
was asked yesterday If there was any
truth in the yarn, be replied: "It's
all news to me. 1 never heard of such
proposition and It's .too early lo
i a. it about baseball for next year!"
Maranville is a aoiendld lieider. but
I a weather bitter, Arthur Fletcner, the
gUilants snortslop, seems good for at
sneui one more season, and In view
lot his long and faithful service to
me new x ora ciud it is ceneraiiv oe-
I Ueved that McGraw will keep him.
Tbe Maranville story would seem to
indicate a busy winter zor tne oase
uall rumor factory!
GAWY TO BB BOSS OF PHILLIES.
Oawv Cravath is Koine to be at
the helm of the Philadelphia National
league club for two more years.
Gavvy has Just put his autograph on
one of president Baker's contracts,
and he has started right off by buy
ing Inffelder Jack Miller from the
St. Louis Cardinals. No matter what
happens next season, Gavvy cannot
finish further back than he did In
the one Just cjosed, as they are only
eight clubs in the league!
Professional billiard players have
moTed into those high financial
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EASTKRNBR WINS BOUT.
Milwaukee. Wis, Nov. 11. Mickey
Donnelly, Newark. N. J, lightweight,
outrolnted Jimmy Hanlon. of Denver,
in a fast ten round no-decision box
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