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EL PASO HERALD SPORTS," RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
LEWIS M. RUnreHFORD. SPORTTia EDITOR.
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HERALD SPORTS LEAD ALL.
PHOMIKEJTT WRITERS CONTRIBUTE.
"Tat" Dvrgn, noted ir4 pape artaMt niwl
vrrlter; Sam Crave ami Craeat canljcae. bahall experts
aad dopcwterai T. 5. Andrews, boxing crlttef Praaeia
Oaiinet. eae af (a crreateM aatatear salfrra f tin? crarld)
Jack etock aad "Gmt?," baaeaall aad boxing trotter,
are lead lag eoarrfaators to Tke Herald Sports Oepartaieat.
TRINITY TEAM TAKES LEADERSHIP OF CHURCH LEAGUE; WESTMINSTER FORFEITS
AU of e ltrt gnn of be tne, " feoJVall.
baseball, coif. bowline. enn, aad ether athletic eveata
Is fnad la (far .pert column- at The Herald. Fall lnx
wire err tec an all Ma KSB1M d match r. Requesta
for Information en aaorrtaa; event" given octal
MINES, TIGERS AND. CADET FOOTBALL TEAMS PREPARE FOR GAMES THIS WEEK
tlew by Sparta IBiermaiwa pw. r..,,.vic
FRINK I flilGrlfP!
Bisbee Welter Defeats Ri
val in Five Bounds of
Ten; Two Draws.
Outpointing his opponent In five
rounds of ten, Frank Lougbrey, of
Philadelphia, ron the decision over
Russell Chambers of Douglas. Tues
day right in Bisbee. Ariz. Referee
Jack McDonald, of El Paso, returned
to the city Wednesday morning and
stated that Loughrey won the con
test oy virtue of his clean boxing and
r.,ore consistent punching ability in a
majority of the rounds. Chambers
won oriy tiro of the ten rounds while
three were draws. The Douglas boxer
showed a very unsportsmanlike t"""
er.ev when tie onjecteu w me
-n-i-i wr ?Rvortd by all except those
had la d waeers on Lmmae.
Fowarr Gets Draw.
rollowiatr the rendering of the de
cision referee McDonald and a num
ber of friends motored to the railway
station as he desired to gat back to
Ms business in El Paso " 3? ??
possible. His action In Immediately
leading the arena waaaracterised
a -running away" by Chamberbut
a. McDonald is an experienced boxer
who could easily outbpx a man of the
order of Chambers if he chose, the
pucilist did not receive any endorse
ment of hie action. ,
Frackie Fowaer, of El Paso and
Johnnie Meyer, the fast welterweight
t.f Bisbee boxed six rounds to a draw
,n the semi-final Foweer W no
hew his accustomed sood form while
.!e-i r did some rice boxing-. The de-
c s'oa was weit rewcu
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SURE RELIEF FROM
FIERY SKIN DISEASES
Wil New Ce Frtwt Sarw, Owt
aKab, or Other Ucal Treteet
Usually those wto continue to gof
fer from stubborn ailments are those
v..o refuse absohrtely to heed the
teachings of medical science. New
discoveries are being constantly
made, and those who fail to take ad
vantage of the wonderful accomplish
ments of men of science are standing
in their own light, aad will continue
under the handicap of disease.
A million gallons of lotions, oint
ments, salves, or other forms of local
treatment will not give any real per-
manent relief from skin diseases. Get
thk fact firmly in your mind, and
there is hope for yon.
If you hare ever been afflicted
with eczema, tetter, boils, eruptions,
or other similar skin irritations you
can appreciate the real terrifying
discomfort that comes from these dis
orders. And what you are looking
for is not merely temporary, paliatrre
relief that may cause the terrible
burning and itching to abate for
awhile, bat real genuine relief that
shakes off the shackles of the dis
ease, and restores the skin to its for
mer healthy condition.
But your eczema, tetter, boils,
pimples, acne, scaly skin eruptions,
and burning fiery irritations that
cause so much discomfort by their
terrifying itching, come from a tiny
disease germ in your blood, which
multiplies by the millions. These
germs find some weak spot where
they can break through the skin and
' rp their attack, and if you have
CARL MAYS CASE PUTS
BAN JOHNSON IN BAD
ll art F. Wagner's decision granting
& permanent Injunction akainst pres
ident Ban Johnson, of tho Amercian
lttagTie, interfering- with Carl May's
pitching for the Yankees strengthens
Colonel Ruppert's and Huston's stand
in their controversy with Johnson ma
terially, and also that of the owners
of the Chicago and Boston clubs, who
have saported the Quaker owners so
firmly and atanchly in the historical
la on Defeaslre.
Ban will now be put on the defen
sive, which is a situation that he has
faced very rarely since he became
president of the American Ieague.
B&n has heretofore succeeded in
grinding down those who have been
lantagonistic to him by steam rouer
Ttaatirn. tt tam never humbled exceat
tactics. He was never humbled except
once In his clashes with the club own
ers of his organisation, and that was
when Charlev Comlskey brought him
virtually to his knees. Even then Ban
thought it politic for him to merely
Comlskey has always been the pow
er behind the American League
throne, for the reason that his fellow
club owners had confidence In his su
perior knowledge of the game, his
honesty, and his business ability.
Comlskey's first big estrangement
from his associates was when presi
aent Dana, of the Cleveland club, re
FOR THE GOOD
o o .
T TNCLS SAM has come to a definite ,
I I .h.. y.. -ui a hi. .tel. !
U decision that he will send his stel
lax football eleven the Buff and Yel
low aggregation of Fort Bllsa, on a
trip through the southwest. The trip
is to be started the seventeenth of this
month and Is to be for the purpose of
showing the natives the type of men
the army produces and to gather sol
Major A. A. Kins;, who is recruiting
officer for the El Paso district, is to
be the dierecting genius of the trip.
Major King will make his first Jump
to Raton, New Mexico, where his Buff
and Yellow charges will play on Nov.
13. Their opponents will be the strong
mining team fct mat point.
From Raton the Buff and Yellow
OTwwd win tottraev to Trinidad, where
they will play the Trlndad High school
team oc tne zisl. un ine jau. iokj
will appear In Albuquerqn. where
they will tasgle with the AlbuqaeTnae
SCRBDGLB IS OFBX FOR
HA XV MORE CONTESTS
These three nunesare the only ones
which have been definitely arranged
to date. However, there is every proo
ability that other games will be ar
ranged Deiore me mm itaru &u mtj
if th eomltur trio la sncceasfnl in
obtaining recruits for the army It is
highly prooaoie rami hvuiw
more extended trip will be arranged.
There is no qBesuen tnai ute
Btifr and YeJIow nill be aaeeexa
fax in a fMtfcall way. TaXen in.
iltvidgallr they Itave as ascre
gatton ta Me ef the strong,
cat la the asatfcwest. With ue
proper rMduag and eondHlonlos
they vresld jmMU7 sweep aeroea
the states at Texas, New Mexico
and Artx.ua aad swM make a
goad showing against the strong
est teans of the eoaatry.
TEAM IS COMPOSED OP
BEST IK THK.nl HTKlCT
start in sr at center they have cap
tain Gallier, who Is one of the ablest
exponents of the roving style of game
the southwest has known, unno re
hinds one strongly of the great Over-
ever had any form of these skin dis
orders, you know what real torture
hollow the teachings ot science,
and you wiO learn that the skin is
fed by the blood, and naturally, then,
the condition of your skin will de
pend upon tne condition or your
blood. If the blood becomes infested
with miliions of "tiny disease germs
mat attack the skin, then the fiery
irritation and intense itching will re
main with you until these germs are
attacked at their source and removed
from the blood.
Genuine relief, therefore, can only
be expected from a treatment that
goes right to the seat of the trouble,
and strikes at its cause. Such a
remedy is S. S. S., the re&able old
blood purifier that kills the germs of
disease, and sends a new supply of
rich red blood coursing through the
S. S. S. has been used successfully
in some of the worst cases of ecze
ma and other skin disorders, aad it
can be relied upon to cleanse the
blood thoroughly of the germs which
cause these complaints. S. S. S. is
also a splendid tonic and system
builder, and it builds up and adds
new vigor to the whole system.
Go to your drug store and get a
bottle of S. S. S. today, and begin
the right treatment for skin diseases.
Then if yoa fed that your case re
quires special medical advice, you
can obtain same without cost, bv
writing to Chief Medical Adviser. 152
Swift Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga.
fused to Insist on his team going to
St. Louis last Fall to complete their
schedule engagement with the
Browns. Comlskey was very indig
nant at Dunn; also greatly in censed at
Johnson for not forcing the Cleveland
club to live up to its schedule con
tract. It vims plainly evident to me
when I vras talking will- Comls
key at the recent world-, serfe
period Ib CMeago that the -Otd
Raman" vrns very firm In his de
termlaatfen to force Johnson out
or the presidency. There Is no
po-mlhle ehanee for & compromise
of any sort. Tint also being the
n tend taken by the ovrners of the
Yankees and the Bed Sox, It ap
pears as If Johnson vrns np
against an obstacle that he can
not herdle, even If he has five
ether rlabs with him.
The club owners supporting John
son cannot possibly afford to have
the New York. Chicago and Boston
clibs break away from the league,
but that is a very strong possibility
if the attempt is persisted In to re
tain Johnson as president. Such ac
tion may not look reasonable, con
sidering -the great financial success
enjoyed by the league this year, but
the friction between the clashing ele
ments is now more intense than ever
and there seems no probability of a
return to complete harmony unless
Johnson voluntarily resigns. For the
future welfare of his organisation
and the good of baseball Ban should
OF THE GAME
o o o
field, in that on one play he will atop
a line plunge and on the next one cat
aeross and make the tackle or break
nn .h. In.. ..c r-t rt m an And run.
For all his balk Gallier has
of speed. At passing and taking oat
his opponent he stands alone. Gallier
may be out of the game, but If he is,
the center position win be well cared
for by Red Barry, to whom Gallier has
given his own style of play, and who
Is but a shade behind Gallier in all
On either side of Gallier are "Ham
Hamilton and "Scrappy" Hannah, a
pair who call to mind such men ss
Hare, "Glass and Heffelflnger. Guards
have seldom been able to withstand
this pair daring- the past two seasons.
When one of their backs starts
through eithera position he finds am
Dle passage. Hannah's ability Is well
konwu, the quiet "Ham" not so well
He is said to have outplayed Boslego
vera! times. Which ts sufficient.
R06ERS AKD BOStSCO
AT TACKLE POSITIONS
At the tackle positions are Rogers,
the team captair. and Boslego, who
ts known at -eagle-eye." Rogers has
the style of play which made Tom
Thorpe famous. He is not only a re
markable tackle, the kind that breaks
up opposing- plays behind the line on
many occasions, but also possesses
rare ability in diacting- a team.
Boslego's ability has been proven in
three seasons play. He is a great
plaver on offence aad defence. He
is it star on the line and can carry
the ball far better than the average
bark. Rogers and BoatesTo were big
factors In raaJdne Seventh Cavalry
and Garry Owen famous in football
At t&e enoi are unxxy, rncuu
sad Kllry, the later playing the
liealtloa when Duffy goes to the
harl- Meld. Of these three one
aaay gather their ability thro orb
the fact that in two seasons n.
Work au ever succeeded in going
vataMe them. True, sains have
seem atftde past both ends, bat
They have invariably tnrned the
play in. And nothing ao stamps
a troed end as his ability to torn
in a play. All three are fast in
getting de-nro the field and are
Daffy. In addition to his other qual
ifications. Is the regular kicker for
tbe team. His pants will average to
yards, while he has booted rwra frosus
from the 45 mark on more than one
occasion. Added to this is the fact
that he plays a strong game at quar
ter. The only weak point of the BtatfT
and Yellow Is In the handling of tor-
ward passes, that is on the recelTlnaT
end. they are capaoie enongn
breaking np the passes of opponents.
And this weakness is largely doe to
the lack of practice aad this style of
SLAM WILSON HAXDLaS
At quarterback Is Stan "Wilson, an
other who played on the Seventh cav
alry when the "Gany-Oweo contin
gent held the ehamplon&ntp aad who
Is another large factor ia making: the
team the great machine it ts. Wilson
has a world of pep and confidence and
possesses the nappy fceaHy of Imbu
ing his teammates with both. His Mg
weakness Is that he appears to be.ena
ceptlble to Injury. White sot the field
general that Billy Race is. he is wen
above the ordinary In that reaenect.
At the half baek positions are
"ChtfV Bee? and Beanf De
benbeim. The former Is a good
player in aH respects and was the
premier broken field runner of
tUm aertloa nntD this season. Tie
hits a Hne hard, is fast and clever
in eetlrftln; the ends and a anr.
taefcled. Aeeordtn-r to reports De
beaheim played three years In the
hetrkflefd of Nebraclca university.
Whether w not this Is true It Is
certain that he is fnlly aa capable
a player aa Ma rnnnlnomate, having-
every ntrlbnte which the for
sser h easts. Tofretber they make
a cm 11 nn t ton which It would be
difficult to equal.
HAS ATTOIBUTRB OF A
GREAT FOOTRAU. STAR
Bills has every attribute whleb
goes to make a great football player.
A youngster not yat in his twenties,
he has yeath. ohysiaue. snead.
stresth. stamina aad rxmrairei Car- i
rylng- the ball, he bits the line like a !
battering nun or skirts the ends like
a Merino werrers. He can Boot the
leather for SO yards or beyond and
can forward pass from 40 to SO yard.
un tne aeiense uuu is as strong
t he Is on the offense. He fre
quently tears through from the sec
ondary defense and shatters plays In
tneir inopiency. He Is a fierce,
plunsrlnc tackier and never misses
his man. In Interfering for a man
carrying the ban Bills hits an oppon
ent lllte a frelirht car. And he is
probablv th onlv rr.r.n in the south
Trrst today, certainly the only one
GOES INTO LEAD
Assumes Church League
Leadership When "West
minster Five Forfeits.
Two games of basketball ware
scheduled for Tuesday night. In the
Sunday School league. Only on was
played, that between Mount Stnal and
the First Baptist, the former team
winning by a count of 1 to 11. Al
though they did not play, the Trinity
Methodists went into the leadership
of the league, with five games won
and one lost. This was due to the
failure of the Westminster team to
appear and the consequent forfeitlnc
of the game to Trinity. Westminster
has now forfeited so many games that
it is highly probable they will be
dropped from the league.
A Faat Aggregation.
In the one game played First Bap
tist trotted out an entirely new ag
Kregation, consisting of a crowd of all
stars. And the result was aa it usual
ly is when a crowd of "stars, with a
load of overconf'.dence and no prac
tice, faces a team having team play
The game was the most weird and
roughest seen Here In many a moon.
Also, it was the funniest. There were
no thrills, but there were more laughs
than any vaudeville performance
"Blocky" Fuller was the star per
former in the laugh-producing line.
On straight basketball Lapows"
was easily the. star. He counted IS
of his team's 13 points, shooting from
all angles and making several from
beyond the middle of the floor.
tor tne. mpi w
ram . .
throws, for a total of nine pomis.
The lineups were as iouow.
, . c..i di.m forward. Cohen.
' vnai i.rt fnrward. LADOWSkt.
, seven field goals ana one
rr-Tv. n.-Jit. r, fit Id aoal: right
U" - ,eft guardfMarou1"
V4 lS!5Zr torward.
n.rit Riarht forward.
three field goals and three
foul Koals: left forward, wuiumhs.
one field goal; center. Broaddaa, one
field goal; right guard, Bevan,
seen to date, who can go down the
field at top speed and take a forward
m,.- hi. shonlder. tbe one way
to nrafUcallv Insure the aoccess of
It is in open field running that this
sterling player reaches his senith.
It is not one whit extravagant to
stats that with proper coaching Bills
would develop Into another Willie
Hesto.t. Ted Coy or Olipbant- But It
would take a Yost or Folwell. or at
least sonmeone with their driving
tactics to produce the required fin
ish. In addition to the regular
members of the team are BIB and
Hank Smith, a pair of exception
al Kaenten aad Fern, a sterling
hactrHeM player. Any one ef
tbe three weald be a star ia n
lei sensattos-a! eleven. With
several ethers, who are above
ordinary caliber, they form a aee
eoad fttrlajr, which is aa atreng;
comparatively as the recttlar
WPTON TO TRY AGAIN.
Kew York, Nov. 13. Shamrock IV,
challenger for the American cop at
the International yacht races next
year, was inspected Tuesday by Its
owner. Sir Thomas Llpton. at a
tsrooajyn snipyara wnere it
In drydock since the atnhtner of 114. j the average was 1 11-18. McCourt's
Tbe boat will be launched tomorrow high ran was 18. also a record for the
morning and taken to winter quarters j tournament. Pierre Maupome, of Mll
to be overhauled In preparation for ! waakee, won from Has-h Heal, of To
her race with the American entry. 'ledo. 59 to 46 in 74 Innings.
tS 5 I
TROOP FOUR IS
VICTOR IN CAME
Defeats Members of Boy
Scout Troop Six in. Close
ly Contested Game.
Troop four of the Boy Scouts de
feated troop cix in a hard fought foot
ball game at the High school stadium
Tuesday torenoon. Troop four started
out with a rush and scored two touch
downs In the first half before troop
six was eble to get started. Troop
six did not get Into the game until
tho fourth quarter when Gordon
Hushes, by a St yard run planted the
ball on the four yard line. Troop four
braced up and bald their opponents
for downs without gain and punted
out of the danger, rater Hughes, by
a ss yard run, carried the ball across
the goal Hne tor troop six. Troop
four, however, scored two touchdowns
during; the second half, making the
final score 27 to 6, Billy Clayton and
Gordon Hughes played a star game for
troop six. The entire back field of
troop four stayed a great offensive
game. Each one of the backs mads
long- gains on end runs and forward
passes. Hugh WertMsgtoa. captain
of troop tour, piayad a wonderful
game in directing the stays and la
nutktng forward pasees.
Troop Four. Troop cix,
Fred Mottzer ...LuE.... Carlos Rusine
Thomas Birch ....IF..... R. Maple
Bdwin Cady ....L.G.. .Gordon Hashes
R. Whittlngton ,...C... D. DeChago
Antaso Smith R.C.. H. Hlekowltt
Terrell Jackeoa. .R.T. Albert Tinun
Louis Railsqn RJ.. .Marinn Lowe
H. Worthincu -i lc)..Q... .Karl Wyier
.UH... Clyde SKlnner
.R.IL Jo Krauso
Jack Devore F.H.. Billy Clayton Ic)
Substitutes Troop four: Bert Til
lotson for TerteH Jackson. Troop six:
Lee Hulls for Marinn Lowe; 7. T'era
lag for Billy Clayton.
Goals: Worth in Eton. Allfore Devoa
(S): Jack Devo e, BWy Clayton.
Goals kicked: WortJUngton three.
Wilson McVey or the Y. X C. A.
referee. Barton Hatching, umpire.
Richard LaaEford, linesman.
Loses To Kramer
Tucson, Arizw Nov. 12. Danny
Kramer of Los Angeles was awarded
the decision on a foal In the eighth
round of his scheduled ten round
bout here Tuesday sight with Ralph
Lincoln of Toeson. Tbe fight wss
one of the most vicious ever fought
here. Lincoln incurred she wrath of
the fans in the fourth round when
be started butting his opponent. In
the eighth round he Jerked bis head
S viciously agatnst Kramer's face,
e fight was stopped and Lincoln
was hooted from the ring. The eight
rounds were about even, although
Kramer wasted fewer blows than
Lineon. who was sent to the rapes
In the first round with such force
that he tore them from one of the
posts and fell into the ringside seats.
In the semi-final Younir Hockbone
or -meson was completely outclassed
by Sammy Morris of San Francisco.
JACKSON IS VICTOR.
Cleveland. Ohio. Nov. 1. PTaWnr
sensational billiards Clarence Jack
son, of Detroit. Tuesday night defeat
ed Charlea MeConrt, of Cleveland, to
to IS in SS lnstsgs and took the lead
In the three cushion billiard cham
pionship tournament of America here.
It was the fastest game ot tbe tour
nament, Jackson scored J joints Is ten ln-
nlnes. Hla hirh ran wn ... MU
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La Internacional Ci
FIRST TOUCHDOWN OF
CADETS AGAINST THE
STATE MINES DEFINED
iLLOWTNG his usual capable
policy of defining every perplex
ing play for the benefit of fans and
players alike, MaJ. R. R. Neyland has
written out a definition of tne
"mystery" play of last Saturday s
game between the state Miners aad
Roswell cadets during- which the first
Roswell touchdown was scored.
Close Witness of PIsy.
MaJ. Keyland was within a few
feet of the play when it occurred
and aa he has had the benefit of
years of football knowledge, he im
mediately rendered his decision of a
toucnaown. wnicn was in iwicu ac
cordance" with the rules. Owing to a
mbranderstandinK the exact piay was
not known until Tuesday, some fans
thinking that it should have been a
touchback. In view of eae fact that
tbe ball was In play an of the time,
however. It could not have been a
touebback under any circumstances
aa had the ball been recovered by
the Miners on the other aide of their
coal line it would have bean a safety.
Two Plays Similar.
For the benefit of Herald readers
the following description has been
penned by MaJ. Neyiand:
Tne rirst touchdown scored by tne
Institute and the one scored by the
Mines were almost identical in char
acter. In both cases, the defenders
of the goal attempted. to punt out of
danger, the kick was a bad one, and
the opponents recovered the ball be
hind the goal line for a touchdown
Rule VI, section 14, covers both sases.
A toncbd.wB ts made when the
ball, iewfally ia possesslM ef a
player, ts declared dead by the
referee, any part of M beta on.
above, or fceMad the opponents
CMl Ime." Tbe ball trn. lawfully
la soaest4.B as when one
kicks, and the Kail does not aa
ever opposing' soal Hoes, the op
ponents have' foH risht ts re
cover tbe ball and ran with the
4 Rnf fc.d ball in either case
been recovered by one the kicking
side behind his goat line, a safe'
would have been scoreo. see run ,
section If (
Pla-v mm Stall Cafjones.
1. No matter who recovered the
ball it could not have been ruled a
toachback. Rule 4, section 15. para
graph 2, applies only to ball being
kicked over opposing goal line. See
paragraph one. same rule, which
states that a touchback occurs when
the impetus sending ball behind goal
line comes from opponents.
4. Rule 6, section It (d). clearly
shows that where sine defending goal
kicks ball behind its own goal line,
hall in not dead and oiav will con
tinue until it ia declared dead by the
referee in possession of one of tne
5. Team panting out or aanger
Sould merely kick the ball beElnd I Koswen eaoeis to atesma r i war
reir goal, bring it out to tie 59 i morning to battle the Aggies of New
yard line, and kick It again! It is (Mexico. The Roswell boys are work
obvlnus that the rules never In-ling out daily on the Fort Bliss ff-.d-tended
one side should profit from iron and promise to keep the Asrfei
Its own bad play.
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Go to any one of your better dealers. He will ghdlv
show yoa the many styles of Klingmade mackinaws.
Slip into one. Fed bow warm and light k is. You'll
want a Kfingmad-' for the wintry days to come.
KLLNG BROS. St CO., Inc, CHICAGO
Moktrt of KStigmade OoMng SpeddHe, incbdmg Khnimad
Leather and Lcatkentle Coat
TICKET SALE IS
Many Fans Purchase Paste
boards for Mines-Varsity
Judging- from the big advance sale
of tickets a record crowd will greet
the State School of Mines and Univer
sity of New Mexico football elever.s
when they walk out on the field Sat
urday afternoon for their first anr.-jal
gam at th high school stadium.
Aside from the number of tickets
disposed of by Mines students to lo
cal business men and other football
fans, the high school students are also
working diligently and have also cold
a large number. The Tigers wHl nitet
tha Las Cruces high school in the
first game of the double header Sit-n-jday
afternoon, which starts pioropt
iy at 1:45 oclock and as the plirr.i
body has turned out in encouraB'-.r
numbers since the first game of tha
season, there Is little doubt but f-a:
t oranrre and black colors will n. -c.'dv
"fire a prominent space in
Coi-c i u M- Fleckenger Is mak'r.c-
prepa rations to take nis fast tea-
busy with their fast shifts.