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EL PASO HERALD
ENTRY IN HCE
The Days of Real Sport
(Cejtrrlxht, I'll. Krw Terk Trlaewe. laeJ
Fred Faller of Dorchester '
Will Participate in Cross
New York. Nov. It. Fred Faller. Is
coming from Dorchester, Uus., for
tas national senior cross country run
wnlch will be held over the V
Conlandt Park course on November
29. The ta.ll. lean Hubite who ran
nags around 19 local distance is In
the national 10 mile run, a couple
week ago In Brooklyn, makes his
next sppearance In competition In the
New England bill and dale title race
Id November IS, which h considers
a soon workout Cor the national
evtot- The entry of Faller will not
scare out any of New York men. but
tney appreciate mat tne jeweier maj
leave them siandine still, to use a
bread expression after he sets coins.
-The Leaser the Better."
Faller Is Invincible from five to 15
miles He is Uncle Sam's hope in
the Olympic games modified marathon
next year. He is the best Yankee
r'-nner developed since the days of
Gecrice Bonhaic and Willie Ktamer.
Killer Is an unusual type In t!" dis
trce pastime. He runs as he 1 I ises.
has no stv'e to speak off, but he man
ures to plod alonr. leaving the op
position In the ruck when he feels
I'ke flpeedina: himself.
Back In Ring
Gloae. Ariz Nov. 12 Tommy C$r
f .T- knAfi nut Jake fiLahl In the
ee.ond round of a scheduled 10 round
bout at Midland -City Tuesday after
noon. Tbe fight waa even np to the
arl half of the lecood round when
Carter connected with ft rlsfct acroes
biahl s jaw and the California, fishi
er went down for the count.
-o n n : e Holg"Uin, of M tamf, beat
J n.w Wire, of San Diego fm the
f th -oud of a scheduled air round
rjrtvn ra'ser. Bmilinff Parker was
p. w a rtl ed t e decision over Casey
Ft th t the end of the eighth round
!n the ee-ni-wlndup.
( RAMKHTO TRAM WINS.
S?CMmento. Cal- Nov. 12. The Sac
ramento chamber Vf commerce baae
bail itrrr, defeated "Buck" Weaver's
e.I-Ftnrs In a ten Inning exhibition
pare at Bi ffalo park. Tuesday after- ;
i.oen, by the score of five to fonr.
' Babe' Ruth, the Boston Rd Sox star i
fljgtrer. drove out a homer and a ain
Fle in four times at bat. Cady and
Hirrv He:lmann, each put one orer
tne right field feace for Sacramanto,
Caiy send in tr two men across the
j ate befnrc him.
Reuthr. the Cincinnati Reds twtrt
r, purhed part of the game for 0ac-tamnto.
HOTS' A -BUSHLA W f
WALLS HMD. A BUSH C A ,AJa)I VNVi
i 1 hazels - n i KNowj N i-rv
SPORTOGRAPHY By "Gravy'
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2rtT Mesa Ave. M0
AY I tWi suggest the followinc
for a timely version of some
famous lines to wit: "Bow doth the
busy little strike a pact etch Idle
ORETBIt IX FI.'K FORK.
Dan Griner, the bis pitcher, who
served with the Cardinals and Robins
daring a rather brief major league
career ana who is now wltn the St.
Paul club, made an excellent showing
m the recent series between Vernon
atnd SC. PasL He started three games
aad won them all. and did not allow
a single earned run In the 27 Innings
he pitched. Be nsed his "mad" ball
in one game, bat In the two others
which were played under the Ameri
cas association role prohibiting the
application of any foreign substance
to the ball be abandoned this de
llTery and burled remarkably well
3r nasi iii i sismiI' :EzsGarmm
''Oil Slicker Uwn4
Inside Cork Ffffirri
Solid QaftTanned OucSorS
umal Parchment CPMs Bladder)
.over. bottom of shos
Oieke Seam Weft sewed in vtfh Leather Welt, makes,
" shoe as waterproof as it is possible to get it'
No More Wet Feet
'pais sectional view shows bow these shoes ere constructed to
keep the feet dry aad warm in all kinds of weather rata, slash,
w suf (Muiiincas. 'nme roar speemi restores. 13
additioo to being as waterproof as a leather shoe can
be made, they are stylish and comfortable, and have
unasoal wearing qualities.
Yon cannot Gad better shoe value tmy.vucie.
If yotir dealer cannot supply you, write ns direct.
without It. Aceordtng to Frank
Chance and other baeesaU men
tbe coast. Griner nerer was as good
as he Is at the present tlrae. and he
may come bask to tbe assjor leaguers.
OW.1 HOTEI, KOR SOX.
A permanent sarlsc training home
for the Chicago Americans, with Its
owa hotel and ootaalaserr depart
ment. Is planned by Charles A. Cc-
misicey, owner or the chth. A site
climatically and otherwise adapted
to good results In spring training Is
being sought The place picked for
ine comms traimne season win Dron-
ably be chosen far the permanent
neme, Mr. Comlsker says, bnt tne
plan wffi not be pnt Into effect next
year. It being desired to try out the
ASIVTVHBSARY OP PIRST TALE
HAH1 A KM iKIDlKO-S BATTLS
Todsj marks tbe 4lnh atmlversarr
of the tmt football game between
Harvard aad Yale. wMefe was DlaTe4
at New Haven as Not. tS. 1S7S. The
Crimaoas were vlctorlons in that
coateat. winning by fbor goals to
This is also the anniversary of the
nrst gridiron clash between Tale and
Princeton, the very first of the Amer
ican football classics. It was in the
aatsrEsn of 1S7S. two years before the
first Harvard-Tale gams, that the
Bandog and the Tiger first straggled
for supremacy. New Haven was also
the acene of the epochal eenteat, bat
the eons of Old Bit wereiilfampaomtan
for tbe Tales ware defected try ibrae
goats to t.
qLxss ur sroriTOCiiArirr.
A newer: Tbe blgtiest percentage
ever made by any team, is the Na
tional leagna was made-' by Chleago
in 1880, when they made 7 VS. Boston
beads tbe American league la this re
spect, having bad, & pereentas of Ml
Who was the first man to catch a
nail behind the batT
See tomorrows paper for the- an-
Revision Of Rules Becomes
Necessary On Tennis Courts
XTKW YORK. Nov 12. It was made.tha hall shall ha r.n.i.i.i . n
IN known at tbe time of the national But wbest a permanent fizrave of the
lawn tennis championship t-nmj't 'sh.H cntbTncI
uw vw Bwwai hwb i ana cnurj piacoo arenXBd tne conn
one night by officials and players. 1 ODd the empire and linesmen shall ae
that a revision of the rales will be g?mM, f.TJtL'. f'or-
, however, a Tiall Li pmy strikes a per.
offered at the annual meeting in , maaent future si the coart (olher
scoruary. The committee tnat naaitnan use set er posts) before
charge of the work includes Samuel
Hardy. Abraham Basaford. Jr. Beau
C Wright. B. Norrls WlUlama. InO,
E. C Conklin and 8. W. Merrthaw.
Construe Rules Falsely.
The past season has been known
as one of those in which all sorts of
freak attempts have been made to
reveal the false Interpretations which
may readily be placed upon the rules
as they stand. The one that has at
tracted more attention than any other
la the, discovery by some of the play
ers In the west that a technical ap
plication of rule 21 made it legal ta
pay the ball of the backstops of the
court. In several of the tournaments
there was a considerable rumpoe
raised and the Drosensity of some of
the leadlag players to test the legal
ity or strange snots was even wif
atisaed at Lonsrwood during the Lona:
wood cup singles and the national
PlaTers was claimed fast Hie
rales most certainly perm HI est
tbe ball to he stayed off the
backstops of she coart, exactly
as's ball might be plsyc-d off the
back wall la the srame of squash
tennis, pinned their faith upon
their version of the rule aad their
personal deehfien thai the back
stop may he moat properly coo
Idered as a fixtare of the court.
The debates asss the matter be
came evident that efftrlals of (he
POTemlnir body msktt take a hand
and issue a rattujc or seme
troubles eaasetimrs were ahead
fa tournaments before the acreal
revision of the rale could he es
tablished. The present rule stales
"In case a player Is obstructed bv
any accident not within his control.
touches the srronnd. thst nnsjtt liut
if after it has touched the ground.
tne point snail oe played oat."
Issue a Ruling.
So much controversy has bees
waged around this rule that George
T. A doe. president of the national as
sociation, wrote to the rules commit
tee as to taking some action on it.
To my mind, rale 21 of the laws
of the game of lawn tennis should
be changed so that a ball which
strikes a the coart aad hits
backstop or aide set aa the arst
doom caaaat e .played a tao re
bound from tbe bjtekatop or side aoL
In other words. Birder these condi
Hons, tbe point sboald not be played
out. sue raw now apociTMaiiy states:
The jxirnt shall be played out.' I
recommend the rale committee Bring
in a report to ice anamai meetlBd
ms lr 1m c- ts sImiv tumn"
It was the bold aeMas of Jailin 8.
Xyrtcic. the vteo president of the na
tional assoclattes. that checked the
players who were.en(maed In the tn-
re rearm it ana somewhat novel sport
of turning the intent of the- rules
He awakened to the reallsatloa
onsethlnc; that was hectnnfns: to
dawn upon those who served
upon tournament committees,
that the players were all having
a lot of fun at the expense of
badly worded rales. It was lead
ing to dlfllenllies which threat
ened to enlist the leiilfri or
t sasTMne eirart IusiIca to an.
taastlr. It wns when the epidemic
of making the rules aopear moat
rldlcnleua was at Its Bright that
the vice president suddenly
checked all further attempts to
test the validity of rules.
Georges- Carpentier, French Champion, Watches His
Rival Beckett Go Through Training In London For
Championship Meeting; Is Confident That He Can Win
Winner of Bout Will Meet
Champion Jack Demp
sey in America. I
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LONDON. Kne, Nov. 12. Andres
Vtouis. the noted woman Journal
ist of France, has written for the
Dally Mall an article containing her
opinion of Carpentier an J Beckett, the
fighters who are clamoring for a
chance to dethrone Jack Deropsey as
the world's king of fighters.
Here; Is the story as she wrote It:
"What do you think of Beckett V I
asked Carpentier, and "What do you
think of Carpentlerr I asked Beckett.
For the two men who are to f'ght for
the championship of Europe In Lon
don on December 4 bad just met in
the ring at the Velodrome d'HIver
met only with friendly smile and
handshake and to bow to the applaud
ing crowd which still, above all he
roes, adores a champion boxer.
Sees Rival Box.
Carpentier had been watching Beck
ett spar six exhibition rounds. The
young Frenchman's fair head was
bent to one side. The expression of
deeply interested concentration unon
his face might have belonged to aa
arc critic careiuny consiaermg a pic
ture He replied to my question slowly
In his gentle voice, and was eagerly
interrupted by the volatile M- Des-
campa his energetic manager.
-riecKett is an exceedinirlv strone
fighter " began Carpentier.
That man, broke in M. Des
Cnrops, Is especially formidable
at lafsBhtlac. tie Is scientific and
powerfai." Corpentlrr nodded.
"Hot physically he la not built for
outiUmtlnc;. Ills speed! Yes. be
Is fast. He Is 30 pounds heavier
than fteorffes. too. He Is not so
tall, but bis reach Is about the
same hecaase he la broader.
"Th-y say you Knellsb are bet
timc heavily on Beckett." said M.
Di-seamps. All right! I take alt
beta of fered
Beckett cave me a searching Klance
of h.3 sood-humoredly aggressive
face when I told him Carpentier be
lieved he would be too quick and
clever for him when they meet.
'If Carpentier think" he is going
in win kct T'lng away from me," he
.nl "-e ' 1 T.ir.t a K4 foot rmjr to
I do it 1:.. 1 can be au.ck. tec. I fit my i
style of fighting to my man Carpen
tier cot more nng exrerlence than I
have? He hasn't I have foug.it twice
as many fights as he."
Carpentier begins hard tralnlnc
next week.. Beckett tells me he win
not start bis final preparation till
Bat now let me give yoa my
impression of Beckett. He stands
alone In the ring under tbe fire of
thousands of anxious eyes. Ills
powrrfnl body molded In a close
filling jersey, with eard. buljr'ng
muscles, looking- like nn Iron
cuirass; his head erect, firm on
column-shaped nrrloi his square,
squat face, with its flat nose,
Strang Jawi his plerefag steel
srrny ey-s. bis snapping month,
give n formidable Impression of
enlrc. colleeted strencth a mag
nificent animal Indeed
. .Xo, not ar. z. rut... al hiTn
smiling a good-humored, frank smile,
w th such a merry twinkle. Note!
L"n gentil gxreon!" a girl near me
But here he Is rushing into the
fight, his balky head foremost like a
bull, his long, mobile underllp fol
lowing each stroke, his arms, sculp
tured by Michael Aogelo. darting
forth with the easy, terrible regu
larity of a steel lever. Turning sack
I glimpse at the young Grecian pro
file of Carpentier. under pale-gnld
har, and his long, slim fingers, clap
ping enthusiastically, and my heart
feels heavy. How fragile he looks!
"Yes. someone says, "Joe Beckett
has more bulk and vigor, but I be
lieve in Carpentiers technical sci
ence. Un the one hand the well balanced,
harmonious measures of FTance on
'he other 'he powerful tenacity of
Br'tain Who will wis?
IN the rooming of February 26di, 1779, General larae
Putnam, the lion-heart of the American Rcvokitkm, stood
before a mirror in tbe home of General Meade in Green
wich, Connecticut, his good, oW-faehioned razor cowed fct
the first long, shearing stroke. Suddenly he saw in the glass the
figures of enemy cavaky sent to capture him. Acting for once ia
his impetuous life "on reflection", he leaped ori hie horse, his face
still waits wkh lather, and escaped down the perilous roclry stair
way on what is now "Put's Hill" to akrm his soldiers ami
disperse the enemy.
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