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EL PASO HERALD
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W1LBU
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R BROOKS
HEAD ASSN.
Is Nominated With Other
Officials For Golf Asso
ciation Presidency.
Chicago, die. Nov. 11. Wilbur H.
Brooks, of the Mayfield Country club,
n.r.land. will succeed Cbarlee F.
the Army Foot -all league will reopen ' Thompson, of Chicago, as president
ARMY LEAGUERS
HOLD ORiDiRON
Ordnance and Quartermas
ter Teams Clash on
Ft. Bliss Field.
After bavlng el umbered for ten
6a b. due to the movement of troops
knd consequent post ponrocnt of K"m
hostilities Wednesday Afternoon on
the Fort Bliss gridiron. The Quar
termaster and Ordnance teams will be
the opponents.
The game scheduled sires no prom
tse of being fiard fought or closely
contested. The Qaurtermaster corps
team It composed of the majority of
t e Buff and Yellow aggregation and
Is picked to make thefijfht with the
Peienth cavalry for the gonfalon The
ordnance corps, on the other hand, 1b
(op.ed nrincpy!ly of green play
fs aid considered one of the weak
F.sters However, the K ne may serve
t i p. a ',ne on the comparative
F-rnt of the Quartermaster eleven
J-as been able to develop.
of the Western Golf association next
year. If the nomination committee's
recommendations, an not need Monday
nlpht are carried oat at tbe annual
meeting of the association tn Chicago.
January 17. The' nominating com
mittee's slate baa never bad serious
opposition.
Tfaonpion Retires.
President Thompson, who is finish
ing; his third term, was compelled to
refuse nomination for -a fourth year
because of business, and tbe other of
ficers, except Guy Gregg-, of Mil
waukee, treasurer, and John W
Hughes, of Omaha, one of tbe di
rector, also were compelled to re
Ifnoufsh th work of the trolf aa-
eociatlon.
EIGHTH CAVALRY
POLO TEAM WINS
Takes "Bound Robin" by
a Small Margin; Loses
Game to Seventh.
CoL George T. Langhorne's fast
Eighth cavalry polo foar was returned
victorious In a "round robin" held
Sunday afternoon at Washington park
over the Seventh cavalry and SSnd ar
tillery team. The Seventh cavalry
scored nine points Just one and one.
belt less than its rival, although It
defeated the Eighth teem In the first
polo came of the afternoon by the
margin of one-half point. The scores
were the same bat the deciding one
half point was knocked off the Eighth
register on an alleged foaL
Many El Pasoans Attend.
Many polo enthusiasts from EI Paso
attended the games i3splte the brisk
wind which grew cooler during the
later hours of the evening. Automo
biles woe parked on the outside edge
of the green.
FOR THE GOOD OF THE GAME)
0 0 0 0 o I
FromTheKckof f ToTheToachdown 1
ssMMHs1sVsMsMb1 By "Jilt" HHMHHMnaW
OWING to the erroneous deecrlp-. instead of going forward it went Bp
iM e - . . Must a trifle behind him and came
tlon of a contemporary In detaH- on MlDerJ. fl Tara oe.
lng the first Roswell score Saturday , three yards In rear or tbe point from
afternoon, the fans ere completely j which Brodeiick had kicked. The ball
a. . and the Question ,. to whether Sg,- SE&r2
the victory pro berry belonged to the i uorthlngton, of the Mines, on the
Miners or New Mexico Military insti-I shoulder.
tute had become much mooted before MIXES DID NOT ENTER
It was learned that In Its descent tbe
ball struck a member of the Mine
team.
In describing the play in question
the contemporary declares It was a
blocked kick In reality It was noth
ing of the sort and It would be er
roneous to so consider it. Had It
really been such there would be no
opening for discussion.
The much talked of play was actu
ally this: Tipton passed the ball to
Glenn Broderick for the kick. The
pass was perfect, the line held well
and Glenn had ample time for the
boot, there being no Roswell player
close to him. Brodefck. howecer.
kicked tbe Bail in sucn a manner uiai
Ford ' equipped witfe
OWfieM Cords outstrips
40 cars iff road race
witk perfect score.
MOST
TRUSTWORTHY
TIRES WIN
VeEe ear, eqaped with
.OWfieM Cords, case k
foarife wlthest fee
troaWe.
i -" - -
A HTBTtB fact tbat Oldfitld Tires are makkg good.
m WESTELL UNION!
Read &t racers' telegrams:
I WESTER UNION
telHram
PHOENIX ARIZ 119 NOV I P M 11 tT
F. V BAUDER
AMERICAN AIJTO STJPPLT CO EL PASO TEXAS
FINISHED EL PASO PHOENIX DESERT ROAD RACE FIVE
HUNDRED FORTY TWO MILES WITHIN THE MONEY AHEAD
OF FORTY TWO CARS OF ALL MAKES I DROVE FORD
-R OVER MOUNTAINS AND DESERT ROADS MOST TER
RiriC STRAIN IMAGINABLE MY SUCCESS LARGELY DUE TO
Tul'R WONDERFUL TIRES I HEARTILY ENDORSE YOUR
MdTTO THAT OLDFELDS ARE THE MOST TRUSTWORTHY
TIRES BUILT I AM ADVISED THESE TIRES ARE THE
ONLY ONES FINISHING WITH A PERFECT SCORE MY OPIN
ION NO OTHER TIRE COULD HAVE PERFORMED ON THE
OLD FIELDS ON A LIGHT CAR UNDER SUCH ROAD
CONDITIONS AT THE SPEED I DROVE W. J. TABBR
DOUGLAS ARIZ NOV 2 11
AMERICAN AUTO SUPPLY CO
BL PASO -TEXAS
OUT OF RACE ACCOUNT OF RADIATOR NO
TIRE TROUBLE AND TOO CAN IMAGINE
WHAT A3U6B THBY STOOD BY OUR RECORDS
WHUB RUNNING THEY DO NOT SHOW ANT
SIGNS OF SERVICE WE BOTH SWEAR BT
TBS3i me RAKESTRAW IHFX
AMERICAN AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY, Distributors
312 Tm Street iL W. Bander
Note: We hart a splendid propoHtkn for deafen.
A KICKs WELL SATISFIED
In justice to tbe School of Mines
players, coach Tommy Dwyer and all
connected trttb tbe Instil at ton and
to tn!r everlasting credit let ft be
said that they bare had not bin k
whatever to do with tbe question
wblcfa has arises regarding that first
score of the Roswell cont.njcent.
Th Miners, particularly "Drryer
and the players, harp taken their
defeat with the tme tern re of icra
nlne porlnmen. Inatead of neii
Ins an alibi. iher have had no.h
Inc bnt (he hlchr1 praise for
RoKTrrll, both ladlvldoally and &
a whole. And they have pnrtie
nlarly prnlw-d the clean ball of
the lad of the .ew Mexico Mm
tary tnntltnte.
SATUnDVS GAME WAS
O.NR OF BEST OF SEASON
Tbe Ros well-Miners" game of last
Satnrday was a direct answer to the
oft repeated statement that absolutely
clean play is impossible If the play
be bard. There have been few games
P laved here as bard fought and pro
docfa as much bard play as that of
Saturday. And there bas sever bees
a game on an El Paso Kiidlron bard
fought or otherwise which has been
cleaner.
Tbe Miners we will have with us
alwtys For the fast, clean brand of
football they showed as Saturday and
for the spirit of sportsmanship they
have displayed, we will always wel
come Roswell tn athletics. Such lad
as they are a valuable addition to any
athletic circle. El Paso tahes pride
In having such athletic rivals
bvbrvosp: likfs to see
a well plated came
There may be those who will con
sider that too much stress has been
laid upon the clean play of last Sat
urday's sane between the Miners and
Koswell and upon the sportamanlflie
qualities displayed by the members
of both teams and all connected with
them. Yet It Is In such marked con
trast to some other games we have
had. Is such a pleasant change and
th Qualities mentioned have stood
forth so prominently that they are
worthy of more than usual mention.
"Sot abonld the 1 emlnar lada he y
icnorrd. True, they failed to dre
un icentatne competition at foot
ball, not thry conducted thrm
bcItc as trnc Rporlimrn, Thonch
overwhelm I airly defeated, they
fonefct bitterly, cleanly and aa
well aa by knew. Ad off the
field they ahowed thent"lvea the
same quiet, jrentlemaaly yonnfr
atera the Ftonwel! lada have been.
PAXS 5II0IXD TFRJf
OlT FOR THK GAMES
To the discredit of the ctty H must
b. stated that the Texas School of
Mines lost between StOft and $S6 as a
reaolt of riving the eltv a gret foot
ball came last Saturday. That the
high school did not fare as barihr la
solely due to the fact that their ex
penses were not quite so high.
If the fans an turn eat es masse
to witness the t-rand of alleged base'
hall exhibited by Casey Stengel and
his followers, who are merely barn
storming through the country for the
purpoee of paying their expenses to a
California winter resort, they anevld
serely tarn oat tl rapport their own
El Paso Reds Are
Victors In Game
The El Paso Reds defeated the Ca
thedral national football eleTen Sun
day afternoon by a score of SS to 0 at
the Hlcb school stadium In a Fast
game featured by the excellent work
ef Beandreaox. left halfback for tbe
Reds who made several long end
runs and scored tl(rw touchdowns for
the victors.
The Calbedral nationals altboaak
oatwelshed and handicapped by u.
absence of several of their best play
ers, fought framety to bold tbe Red
offensive but were overwhelmed. Mc
Kemy end Zoxaya featured for tbe
losers. Tbis Is the second came be
tween these two teams, the first go
1ns to tbe Cathedrals by a score of IS
to S. A final game to deride the series
Is to be staeed at the stadium next
Sunday.
Touchdowns: Reds. Beaudreaux, S:
Harper. .
Goals from touchdowns; Osborn. 1;
Harper, 1. .
Goals missed: Osborn. I; Werd. X:
Walker. X.
youngsters, wno are sbowlng them a
splendid brand of football.
.nd there Is no question that there
was splendid football displayed last
Saturday. Tbe first game was a one
sided affair. Yet high school showed
brilliant foottnlL both individually
and collectively The wprk of Scoiten
Springer. Slaughter. Pollock. Bethea
Scbuller. Port 111 o. Ponaford and oth
er members of tbe team was well
worth witnessing. And tbe- second
game was n that tbe most rabid
fan could ask for.
Other n-etloaa of tbe coonrry
boast grater star. tlan wr have
lere. Yet. aMer nil. foot hall val
nr. and game values of any type,
are mer-Iy comparative. Interest
In any game depends lareely opon
the dash shown by tbe players
and tbe elosenesa of competition.
In the first game last Saturday
there vras a world or dnn out
played by the hlsb aebMl and ISe
game was Interesting, despite tbe
one slsed score. In the second
game 1h-re was splendid feothsll
and tbe game vras as closely
played and bard taught aa one
could see.
SOME GOOD f.AllES ON
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
EVPaso fans will have the oppor
tunity on tbe coming Saturday after
noon of showing whether or not they
propose to snponrt tbe Texas School
of Mines and F3 Paeo hlgb echoo! Is
their efforts to give EI Paso tbe very
best obtainable In football. The Tiger
team Is bringing tbe Laa.Crares high
school down for tbe opening game
while the Miners are bringing tbe
University of New Mexico here from
Albuquerque. And the two school
are golna to considerable expense to
give tbe fans these games. It Is to be
booed that tbe fans win torn out In
aufflc'ent numbers to warrant tbe
expense of brlngtng otber strong
teams here.
A. E. P. BOXBB WINS.
Minneapolis. Minn. Nov 11. Bob
Martin, heavyweight champion of the
A. E. F. knocked out Jaek Moras, ef
St. basis. In the third rotmd ef a
boxing bout bare Monday.
Mike Ertto. of St. Paul, and Pal
Moore, of Memnhla, bantamweights,
fought a no-decision match.
Charlie White, of Chicago, beat
Mike Paotsoa. or Minneapolis, a
lightweight.
CT.1MP UEPRXBS TITLE.
Detroit. Mlea. Nor. 11. Mike
(VDowd. et St. PauL sslaMiewelght
champion. knocked est Jlnnny
"Batch ORagea. of Albany, la the
second round of a scheduled ten
round bout here Montis r night.
0Hagen was floored three tlesae In
un secona reaaa wren right croeaee
to the hv.
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I KEUrYi
Ti
Never faltered in the EI Paso-Phoenix road race. In smashups that put cars out of the
nainihg, Kelly tires bore the hrunt .without injur'. When C. W- G3pindriviirg car No. 14,.
hit a rock that smashed the rim,' his Kellys were still ready to run, the terrific jolt which
broke the rim failing to damage the tires.
(hunting actual running time, the fastest time between EI Paso and Bisbee, was made by
driver Glpin, whose time was 6 hours, 21 minutes. The Kelly's on the big car were in per--feet
condition despite the hard grind.
THIS IS NO SURPRISE. IT IS WHAT THE MOTORING PUBLIC
WESTE1M UNION it T i 1
Mk TEiJilRAM ilffJi: - 1
gassyars'asl xmxciMm.rmm, ltrsrSsSgl - jdi
HENRY SWEARING EN
KF.I.1.V-SPRINGFIELD TIRE CO.
19I9NOV3 PM U 07
EXPECT FROM KELLY'S ON PAST PERFORMANCE.
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MISSED ALL PRIZES ACCOUNT OF LAYING IN DEWING THREE
HOURS TWENTY MINUTES YESTERDAY BROKEN FRAME TODAY
ACTUAL RUNNING TIME BISBEE SIX HOURS TVVENTYONE MIN
UTES THOUGH I AM NOT IN THE MONEY KELLY TIRES SHOULD
HAVE BEEN MADE ONE CHANGE CAUSED BY HITTING ROCK
iTHAT SMASHED RIM TIRE NOT HURT,
IT - ' ': CW GILPIN
Unsolicited wire from C. V. Gilpin, who was so pleased with the service
of Kelly-Springfield tires in the race that he wired itnmediately that
Kelly's on his car deserved to be in the money. '
Kelly
915 Texas Street
prtngriela lire Co.
A Direct Factory Branch
Perry-Barmefl Tire Co., El Paso Dealers Phone 146
Phone 4600

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