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TUB SATIIHIIAY NH5HT
Hie Port at Columbus took on an
air of festivity and anlnmtion on
Saturday evening nnd Kl' Paso girls
will agnln have occasion to exclaim
over Hie wonderful hospitality of our
12th Cavalry and 2tth Infantry The
occasion wns a very special one.
honoring, as It did, nur new Com
manding officers. Colonel llndicll
and Colonel Hclglcr and Lieutenant-
Colonel Anding and l.leuleiuml-Col
onel Henry. 11 being also the first
Imp given by the Post Hop Assocla
tlon (reminiscent of days a year and
a half ago when there was another
Mich hop organization). Molino Hall
wan beautifully decorated In Mntm
tain Cedar. Delicious frozen grape
Juice punch was served from a very
modern bucket retting In an old
The Hth Infantry band was on the
stage behind a rustic log fence. Out
side the desert was banished for the
time by a wall of cedar Imughs, and
a log firo made the night air soft
and warm, A cedar-covered pergola
led in this sylvan retreat. Captain
Howard's Hawaiian orchestra gave
several delightful slceelions, a quar
telle sang and we were given the
privilege of hearing the new army
song leader, whose beautiful voice.
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BOUT A DRAW
Nick Gundy, of tho Seventh eaval
ry. Uirder featherweight champion,
and Noung Dundee, of tho Eight
eenth ammunition train, cactus di
vision. Camp Travis, featherweight
champion of the army,, Itoxed the
fastest ten-round ilraw ever seen
in the Southwest here last Satur
day afternoon In the Crystal theater.
1Mb little fellows were at it from
hell to bell to the final gong, which
caught the pair still under full
steam in hommer-and-tongs, give-and-take
style. Young Dundee led
throughout, but the Seventh caval
ryman continually met the onrushes
with an cfeclivj straight left to the
mouth. Dundee seemed to carry
the hardest wallop, Ihotikh he fulled
to damage (lunilj's fighting map.
And .Nick's eer-reudy right witli a
ttirca. kn' nllop was always
rnVi-,1 nnii .."lined, but tho opiwrtun-
lly for shooting the hl Jirt',ent ov('r
..n... , ... i T'ndee ex-
iuihii iu iir.cm men. iv
ei-clstnl good Judgment. Neither
the men scored a knockdown, (iundy
left the ring unscathed, while Dundo
was bleeding freely from the mouth
throughout the battle, the sanm
bearing Inky evidence of Gundy"
effective left Jab.
The Fighting Itabbil knocked out
Young Hock Hones wllh a right
cross to the Jaw In the second round
of the senil-wlndup.
Kpeedball llaydfti, who lioxos
Navy llostan of (lamp I'uinton here
Saturday, went n four-round exhi
bition ni a curtain raiser witli Hard
HittingWrlght. The Twenty-Fourth Infantry band
Henry Davis, the local sportsman
who made Spccdhall Hayilcu a chum
plon, officiated as referee.
ably assisted by tho piano accom
paniment of Major llrcitllug, was at
its best In his two selections and en
core. Itefreshments of salnd, sandwiches,
Ire cream and wafers should not be
lost sight of.
Several of the Kl Paso girls same
out on tho Limited, arriving at about
11 o'clock, so tho honor guests very
graciously permitted the danco to
come to an end in the wee sum'
hours of morning.
All in all, tho hop was a brilliant
beginning for renowed social activi
ties In the army circle.
Anticipating the hop on Saturday
evening tho guests were entertained
on Friday evening with an Informal
party unit hop at tho Sttb Infantry
Club. Music for dancing was furn ished
by tho 2 till Infantry band.
A polo game between officers of
the iSth Cavalry was the social di
version for Sunday morning. A num
ber of the girls were present on
Miss I.awlher, .Miss McGcc and
Miss Winston will entertain the
Girls' Club on Friday evening at
their bungalow on Toft street. The
party will be In the nature of a
picnic god welnlc roast, and n most
pleasant tlmo is anticipated by everyone.
Cabell end U'rltlht Will Fight Tn
Itouml limit its a Seml-Klnal.
Specdball Hayden, middleweight
champion, will meet Navy Itostau, of
Camp Funston, Kan, here Saturady
afternoon, llostan has been boxing
instructor at Camp Funston for sev
tral months and Is one hoy who It is
claimed was never knocked off his
feet'. He Is 0 years old and is the
undisputed welterweight champion
in the sections In which he has been.
Spoedboll Hayden Is too well
known to discuss. Hut ho Is actually
up against one ot the best lioxers
of Hie middle West, a man whose
record shows 12 lclorlcs, and
against some good opponents, Mich
as Lee Morrissey nnd Morris Lux.
llabu Cabell, of the machine gun
company of tho Stth infantry, says
that his best chance of securing n
rcj(--n engagement in tho squared
ring with lu''". sensa
tional Kl Paso ttcu'f' '", ka,''l
Cabell III the twelfth mult'1 01 Hie
most gruelling boxing match eVer
staged here. Is to win decisively
from llnrd-Hlttlng Wright, of the
Headquarters Company, " It It Infan
try, In their scheduled teii-nnied tie
up, semi-final to Hie llayden-lluslari
.'0 rounder booked lo follow their
'All thai 1 want lo prove Is that I
am entitled to another crack at
lleyes," says Cabell, "and 1 moon o
.. i.i. to Matrimony.
s the mnllurnn'so tribes
'- In llnrimi, women are not
"f. The llanynk or Ban
iuiHn, will nut tnnrry on
' u nrjfrwl to do so, and
u "imive brhtarronm often bas
dti' grd to the bride's house. It
' w. to the Wns to rrach
-t'Untry, for with
- qucrUon of sals
" : at u fun' buffaloes, one
..'vrrl may he hail la ex
a pair of fowls, or even
Visiter Takes Chines of Wsteoms.
Moroccan fishermen are extremely
superstitious, and the appearsoco of a
strange change In weather or tMo or
the coming nf a visitor makes them
angry If at the same time the fish
cease to bite. If be arrives at the
tlmo of a run he Is eagerly welcomed,
and sometimes Is at a loss to return In
the proper way the gratitude ot tba
flsherni'-n, who fancy his coming
broujtit the ran of. flih.
8t In Thslr Ways.
Will Meddle, the enlctrncy sharp, Is
trying to teach the hens to lay square
eggs so they can bo packed to hot
ter advantage, but is not meeting
much pnrouragement from tho old
A United Slates senator Is authorr
lly for tho statement that he oxperl
iik'U in ho governmeii control of the
railroad bus resided In tho disap
pearance of four billions of dollars
in profits and the appearance of
a loss of two billions of dollars to
tho taxpayer uf the nation, This Is
startling, and i; compared to tho
udmilted loss of ono hundred and
fifty millions of dollars, as reported
by tho railroad administration, but
not Including money expended for
"betterments". It Is pointed out that
when the roods were taken over
congress appropriated a revolving
fund of five hundred million dollars
which has apparently "revolved," as
the new hill urged by McAdoo, for
five years more of his control, pro
vides for another five hundred mil
lion dollars for that "revolving"
Carrots for Dd Ttmpcr.
A writer sounds the praises of car
rots, which, he says, are not only high
ly nutritive and a cheap and excellent
food, but are also a specific for Jeal
ousy and bad temper I "Persistent eat
ing of bolted carrot," he says, "will
euro Jealousy, melancholy, feelings of
wrath and rtvengo; and, In short, tho
carrot-eaier will become In time easy
going, good-natured, and placidly af
fectionate. I commend them espe
cially to the notice of wires who bare
Jealous, bad-tempered husbands. Giro
them carrots Instead of 'beans I'"
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