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EL PASO HERALD
LINCOLN WANTS J. CONNOLLY
TO BOX 'DANDY'
Fast Coast Bantam Would Like
to Meet Ft Worth Crack;
Boxed 12 Round Draw.
WANTS TO BOX
IN THIS CITY
Roswell Lightweight Star Sends
in Challenge to Local Mitt
Pushers For Bout
Johnny Connolly. lttfhtwelght box
ing star of Ro.wtll. N- M, baa been
added to the stable of Nicholas Sol
litto. of El Paso. Sollitto 1 arrang
lng to match Connolly with some fast
boy in El Paso In th near future.
Connolly, said to -e one of the fast
est boys of bis weight, has met and
defeated the best men of New Mexico
n - v - vnn avm salaries "Dutch'
t is ability to defeat Griffin, and that j crosier, of El Paso In ten rounds la
- -umu jikb 10 meet me t.i nso i addition to defeating: suae isaca ana
'Avcnte in the ring again. ! thr
...neo.n is a cousin of Frankie Oar- i Sollitto Is setting in touch with
Ralph Lincoln, bantan crack of Los
ng-e!es, who boxed Dick Griffin a
'2 round draw last summer at Fort
FHss punch bowl, is anxious to 're
' irr 'o TZl Paso and meet the Fort
"T"orth star in a return engagement
c . - the 12 round route. gf
Lincoln states that hp fan t m-
r backing from coait critics anent
another challenger for ems wln-
r of the Orlffin-Walker match at
: "irch bowl mb Friday night.
com cnaiiengei win be read from! jagnnolly.
ROPER IS WIXaTEM.
St Paul. Minn . Jan. 12. Capt. Bob
opt. of Chicago, won the newspaper
i ecision over Homer Smith of Knla
aioo, Mlclu in an eierht round boot
Tuesday night The men are heary-
matchmaker Jimmy Brwla and other
promoters throughout the southwest
with a view of arranging matches for
iwran rnT.T.KXR HOPPK.
New York. Jan. Alfred DeOro.
the Cuban three -cushion billiard ex
Srt. SlSevedTSont the talk of Willie
Hoppe seeking laurels at the angle
game DeOro Is out with a defi to
play Hoppe at three cushions for any
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0C HES4 AVEStK KL PASO, TEXAS
EL PASO "BIKE" RIDERS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE
IN BIG BICYCLE SOCIABILITY RUN STAGED UNDER
AUSPICES OF THE HERALD ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Fred St Onge, Bicycle Trick?
Riding Champion Will Head
Run to Washington Park.
DO TOC own a bicycle?
If so. here is flrood sews for ? ou
&e viral' of the old Bicycle days
when erery city and town had Its
bicycle elnb for weekend rims la
prophesied in the annotmeement that
The Herald has second Tred St. Ongf-,
national trick bicycle riding- chain- I
plon to head a big- sociability run to
Washington park next Sunday after- l
noon to which all El Paso cyclists are ,
Will Ride Antique Wheel.
Sir. St. Once who Is well known to 1
vaudeville patrons thronghotit th' i
country as one of the funniest trie;
cyclists ever seen on the stage will
head the sociability rnn setting the
pace on his SS-year old bicycle which
he declares Is jnst as good as new
He is being cooperation by bicycle
dealers of the city in his efforts to
make the big run a success and to
day The Herald Is printing an entry
blank for all cyclists, both young and
old of the city who would like to par- ,
ticJpate in the run to Washington
Mr. st. Once has rislled prae-
tleauy erery eny of Importance la
the United States and has net
jrreat saeeess Lit his efforts to
promote Interest in the healthial
exercise ef bicycle riding.
Besides heading the parade him
self he will give an exhibition lasting
from one-half to three-quarters ef an
hour of trick bicycle riding at the
park In which he will show the local
cyclists how to pick up a handker
chief while ridlzuc how to make a
bicycle stand still, how to ride back
wards and incidentally the correct
postuon to assume on a oteyeie.
care ur. TUe wneeu
Timely hints on the care of the
wheel are to be given as well as
souvenir pus and booklets or. tnror
ssatian on bleyelss to all of those who
participate in the parade. Mr. St.
Onge will also speak upon the proper
method of riding Mercies in erowoea
streets and there has been a notable
decrease In the number of bicycle ac
cidents in the cities where his plans
have been followed.
The sociability runs ar ex
pected te be followed np by
bB;e" raees upon the county
road In vraleh an EI Xase
eyeHsts may eater. Seme attrac
tive prises save been received by
The Herald for distribution te the
winners of these erenta.
Cycle riders of the city who destro
to participate la the run are asked
to OU out the entry blank on this
page and send It in to the Bicycle
Editor. The Herald, wtthtn the short
est possible time. The riders win
start from Pioneer plaza at X oaloek
sharp Sunday afternoon and win go
to Washington Park by way of Texas
street, with Mr. St. Onge headlne the
procession on his SS-year old Mcyde.
Lee Fohl Will
St. Iyonxs. Mo. Jan. 12. Lee Kohl
former pilot of the Cleveland Indians
and last year ooaeh of the Browns,
win manage the St. Louis team In the
ltll American leagne race, according
to an announcement made by "Bob
by" Qulnn. business manager of the
Fohl was asxeu to name aim owu
terms and they were accepted by
owner Bali- Tne new manager wiu
come here from his home In Cleve
land next Monday to sign a oontraet.
Ha succeeds Jimmy Burke, who was
jiMMMri as raananer on November 4.
Burke has signed to coach the Bostoc
Rod box nnoer sikd inuj bi bw-
GAME HEADSILLCONFER SOON
PAST YEAR HAS BEEN GOOD.ONE
BTW YORK. J an. 12. The seventh
national game conference of the
American Game Protective asso-
i elation win be held at the Waldorf
I Astoria, New York, on January 31
' This announcement means much to
! game coneerrationlsta. These meet
! lngs are attended by sportsmen and
1 peine officials from erery one of the
1 United States, frem Csnads and
, Alaska, and most Important matters
pertaining to the protection of fish
and game, the betterment et existing
conditions, etc are discussed In open
session. We know of ne organization
that can do a better good than the
American Game Protective associa
tion. Has Done Mneh Good.
That it has dene a wonderful good
there Is no denying; The American
uame Protective association la every
thing that Its name impUae. It works
hand In hand with the United States
government and the fish and game
associations and eommlssioaers in
The association believes In tbe
conservation of game aad fish
through proper laws, for the more
rare that Is taken of curse this
year the mere game there -will
be next year. Some states that
were shot ost n score of years
ago hare plenty of game today.
Pennsylvania Is one of these
states. Tats is the ktnd ef work
the A- . P. A. Is dewc.
They want sportsaoen te help them.
Bulletins of the assoclntion tell
sportsmen uses for the iheteruB they
nerer knew existed, aportsnten are
asked not to kin of game and birds
in the breading season, for if they do
they win exterminate the ansae and
birds, but all sportsmen are asked to
km oft the vermin that prey on the
game birds and animsus such as
crows, destructive hawks, owls, rats,
weasels, predatory eats and the like.
On the other hand they are aeked not
to shoot the small birds which make
the woods and field attractive and
which are so necessary for the suc
cess of the garden, farm, orchard and
forest on account of the work they
do in destroying harmful insects and
checking the spread of weeks.
Some of the Rules.
Bvery sportsman should be affili
ated with the American Qasne Pro
tective association. Tou will be In
terested in he creed of the associa
tion. Here It Is:
Never ha spert endanger human
3Cever kill vsaaienly. er need
lessly er brutally.
Obey the laws ef state and na
tion, work for better laws, and
Al aktwarda offers to let Frank
Yanhan box anyone ap to ISO pounds
at the International club any after
noon during the regular training
hours. Al offers to do this to shew
the fans of El Paso just what kind of
a fighter Yarchan is, he states.
It is always customary when there
are two or more boys In the sams
stable to let the one who Is fighting
do the most work, that la the reason
Yarchan Is handlcaped, Edward says.
Yarchen's weight Is 172 pounds at
the present time and Sunny Jira'a
weJeTht la 1SS pounds. Al says Yar
chan has never been tamed loose yet
and If any one knows some one whs
can stand the gaff brine: htm on.
upheld the taw-enleremg anther
Mlee. Respect the rights e farssere
and property owners and also
Always leave seed birds and
ansae In covers.
Sever be a tssh-heg.
Respect .he rights e farmers
fer return ereta I pnrpeees by re
t Bsier te pnrenase trophies.
Study and record the natural
history or game speeles in the In
terest ef science.
Leve nature aad its denizens
aad BB A GSSICTLBHAH.
Fred ft. Onge Demonstrating- the Correct Position et the Bicycle Rider.
Entry Blank For Herald Bicycle Run
Bicycle Editor, The Herald, a Fa, Texas.
Pints enter ay name in The Herald's Mg Hcjcte run Saniiy aiteraees,
January 16, to Watimgtoa Part.
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CAP ANSON VOTES FOR LANDIS
SAYS JUDGE WILL BOOST GAME
BECKETT jerjiS Y. M. C A.
Iondon, Bns, Jan. 12 Joe Beckett
the English fleeter wlu was knocked
out by Frank Moraa. has Jeteed tbe
Southampton branch of the Y. M. C
A. and has started to nse the gym
nasium fer training purposes. He
offered a substantial sum for ths ex
clusive use of the gymnasium, bat
this was denied.
118 POUND OTBRAIrAR.
Paris, France, Jan. 12. Johnny Oou
lon. formerly American bantamweight
champion, who tips the beam at a
scant 11S pounds, has the ravaats of
Paris standing on their sdentlfie
heads with demonstrations of his
ability to resist the efforts of pro
fessional strong men to lift him off
RTJTGtlB" TO MEET LEHIGH.
New Brunswick. N. J. Jan. IX Rut
gers has .arranged tootsaU game- for
1SS1 with Lehigh, Lafayette. West
Virginia and Orslnus. Lafayette win
be played in Bastes trader an agree
ment for a return game in New
Bnnswick In 1932. The other games
scheduled win be played is New
KW YORK. Jan. It. tap'
otherwise known ns "Pop," who
for IS years led the Chicago Na
tional Uasue team and won tire pen
naats during his term as manager, hi
convinced that judge Land Is win help
solve the many problems with which
hasetan is confronted.
"Pop" stepped into town the other
day to fUl a vaudeville engagement
with his two charming daughters. He
gars decided views on tbe baseball
"I am certain that Insure Ian.
dls rrtn bete baseball te solve Ha
problems,' Asms declared. "He
will find H hard sailing te weath
er the political aterasa that are
sure te beset ates seester er later,
but he is a Ma- nun. n man ef
sirens: Judicial tendencies, aad be
ahenM de mneh te restore base
ball te a firm fssudsttsii.
"Baseball couldn't have chosen a
man who could better satisfy the base
ban public than judge Landls. He ta
a national ftznre, and the fact that he
has a thorough knowledge of the
game makes him the more valuable
to he sobs 11
Deplore Internal Strife.
The internal strife In the American
league Is to be deplored, ef course. It
Is too bad that men with a common
Interest cannot get along amicably
and help Improve the game.
It Is undoubtedly a battle to a fin
ish between Johnson and Cnminkey.
They are the nwm ones ta the fight.
and fee"ts between them has become
terribly bitter. Yon can any for me
and I hare no use to grind that
Cosaray has done more for ha sens II
than Jahaaon ever did or wiU do.
Osmmy is a real man, every inch, sad
It m deplorable that he should be
made the object of attacks.
The baseball public has grown
weary sf all this fighting. It oaree
only about the clubs and the players
who comprise them. The politicians
do not interest the fans one bit. Un
less they stop their fignttng. tbe pub
lic will eventualy take a hand in it,
and then yon may look for a sur
prise." Cebb and Speaker SctWe.
Despite all the eqmebblee fat the
Ansericaa lea gee, there Is going to be
staged a thrilling- battle this year. It
win be between Tris Speaker aad Ty
Cobb. There is a great rivalry be
tween the two. Fans are divided on
the outcome. Now that both men are
leaders ta the same league, the fight
for leading hectors between them win
ho watched with a keen Interest.
JOlCfSO.V AX E.VI) MAX.
New York. Jan. 12. Jack Johnson.
former heavyweight champion, may
be an end man in a minstrel show
after he finishes bis "work for the
gorernment," Representatives si a
colored minstrel troupe hare offered
Jack a contract, and It Is believed he
CARPIStTI KH'3 TRADING MOVE.
Paris, France, Jan. II. Georges
Cnrpentler, wno is to meet jack
Dempsey for the worlds champion
ship, and bis manager are going into
the aluminum industry. Carpentier,
however, win not change anything in
bis boxing program.
YOTJHG HVHRS COMING FAST.
Cedar Rapids, la Jan. 12- Joe
Brers, younger brother of Johnny
Kverfc, the Cuba new manager, after
drifting about for several years, found
himself In the Three-Eye league. He
hit close to S and fielded well tor
the Cedar Rapids team.
From Tiny Pain Germs
JTrst of all, get ft firmly fixed is
your mind tliat all the liniustssj; ia
the workl have no effect whatever on
Medical scientists differ as -to the
causes of every form of rheumatism,
bat agree that when caused by a tiny
naves germ, the only effective meth
od of treatment is to attack the dis
ease at its source, and cleanse the
blood of its cause.
A very common form of BheumS'
tetm is cetised by millions of tiny
disease germs which infest the blood.
The eoe and only utttiMe treatment,
therefore, is oae wUeh tscaases the
Meed ef these germs, and roots them
entirely eat ef tbe eircslatkw.
This is why S. & &, the greatest
known Mood purifier, is so tinccr;ifl
iB the treatment of KheuaaUsm. It ia
a powerful chancer of the blood, and-l
wiu remove tbe disease germs that
cause your Rbeamatkm, affording re
lief that is genuine.
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Free literature and medical advice ens
be bad by writing to Chief Medical
Adviser, 828 Swift Laboratory, Atlan-
I ta, Ga. Adv.
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SPORTS BOOK AT GIRLS' SCHOOL.
San Francisco, CaL. Jan. 12. Ath
letics are or. the boom with the girls
at Mills college. Hockey and hand
ball are the major sports; but basket
ball is fast saining a foothold and
candidates for the big- fire are turn
ing out for practice daily.
SI-SI. KR REFUSES MANAGERSHIP.
St. Louis. Mo, Jan. 12. George Sis
ter, first baseman of tbe Browns and
leading Americas league batsman, has
turned down an offer to manage tbe
team. Slsler, however, win continue
to play for the Browns and has signed
a "long term" contract.
PITTSBURGH MAY GOYADE EAST.
Pittsburg, Pa, Jan. 12. Speakins
of the movement to bring the Uni
versity of California football team
east for a two game series In 1S22.
Karl EL Davis, graduate manager of
tbe University of Pittsburg, said to
day, "Pittsburgh win be glad to play
POLOSO DEFEATS FOLEY.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Jan. 12.
Louis Poluso. of Salt Lake, knocked
out Jlmmle Foley, of Denver, in the
third round here Monday night.
John Woodmansee. of Salt Lake,
won a four round decision orer
Young Estargo. of Pueblo.
m ! . I .
The above .! . i -.ion sno. the BUCK 1921 TOUR
ING CAR which Fred Atkinson will use in BULL
DOGGING fast running steers at Rio Grande Park
in the afternoons of the last four days of this week.
Mr. Atkinson, realizing that bis factor of safety de
pends upon an easily and quickly controlled automo
bile, looked over the field and selected a BUICK for
this hazardous feat.
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You can make a run te the eatposts of your
ranch In a Bniek and return to the ranch
house by supper time.
Two days work can be done in one with a Buick
M-hen there are long distances to be covered
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