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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1911.
THREE I SPORTS New Mexico Eleven Put Thro' Light Signal Practice Yester day; Men Fit For Supreme Test, The Arizona toys are on their way. yesterday Manager l.embke of the Vniversity of Now Mexico football p.ini, in charge of Coach i'hlpp. witli M,mi, in its collective ami individual eye, had started on th trip of ov,r tix 'hundred miles to meet the rival l, i rip rial gridiron warriors in a pig skin battle that will no down into the initials if sport history of the south west us the contest which decided the ownership of the famous I'.ryai. silvi r cup. This magnifi, ent trophy has been already contested for twice sii'l both Institution have registered cue victory. The rubber name begins t. in: rrow afternoon with the sound of the whistle at Traction park, and w;,..n the hours plav shall have roll fj .y the ownershii) unci possession 1 y I feited them last vear on account of the Xr.v Mexico Varsity inubilit to appar for the contest. While the same tomorrow afternoon will be fir tlood. it will bo a conies. 1 EYEHYTHING READ! FfilTOlRlfS BIG GAME M 1 1. ivi'l J tVOt'M'iJlltd), J .'it lncii.li'; HIlJi, tc.ai'tcrlmcU. cf the trophy will be undisputed. Too much cannot be wild In behalf cf the spnrtsmanchip of t tile Cactua athletes in regard to their generosity and love of fair play in putting up tHs cup for tha same this year, when bv all the rights cf sport It was fcr- HlXTK.lt AM) STUOMK, (iimrds. tetween sides that respect each other, and who would not stoop to do a little thing In order to w in. l X. M. l!ah. Kah. I'. N. M. Hah., liah. lloortih! Hoorah! I. N. M. Hah, Kih. With this cheer as a keynote. Chief Cheer leader Miller had a. bin squad out yesterday training thtm for the support they must give the Silver ami the Ked. at the game on Turkey dn With a vim did the students take l.i 11 of the yell and eojiot Machine the football men out on the field where they were practicing nave them new determination and new ambition to win for the honor of the "old Coll. ' The cheeritiK nunt! will be there. In every pl lure show in the city the th's pictures of the rival teams will l-e shown before the game -is called. Hast night the Crystal had a ft: 11 complement of football pictures of both New Mexico nn,l Arirona and p mid many handoluppings threw the pictures on the screens. Today and tonight the rastime will show the pictures. ' Coach Hutchinson had his squad out yesterday giving them light signal tlri'l and teaching them for probably the last time this year how to run down the field quickly and smother tl'.o catcher of a punt. In this work Wooldridgo showed up well as did also Hill, the quarterback. Allen, tenter, a"d iioldt. substitute, nro among the good men who aro waiting a chance to go against tht. Arisen boys and show what sort of mettle they are made of. Hunter, feeling like n young colt, turned put to pasture, yanked holey In the opposition yesterday with reck lers abandon, and Ftrnme scorned possessed of a perfect footlall head in making his v through the line an,j In keeping away from the other tctlow whin necessary. That the game will be the best -ever l laved in AH uM jerque itwJ wuhuit faying. Should the Vniversity of New Mexico decisively deft at Arl itra by a larger so re than the ag'i cuhural colhge has done, there is nothing that c.n keep them frot l iliiiining the southwest chanipionshtp. PIS f PERU SUCCESS REVIVES SPIRITS BOTH WOLGAST AND WELCH ARE EAGER FOR THEIR FIGHT IS Angeles, Nov. iS. Not sitnethe days of lig fistic tneonnters at Ueise, has a proooscd meeting between two men In the ring; caused so much talk in sporting circles in Los Angeles u the Thanksgiving match between Au Woigast. champion of the llhtw t igbts. and Kreddie Welsh, the Knglish cbal letiger. Kai h unan has many supporters. This i due. expt rts suy. to the splen did physical condition of both Woi gast and Welsh. "Never before did 1 fee so good, or so confident," sums up Welsh s opin ion of himself, and "Woigast will be unable to tit me hard enough to win and 1 sin sure my speed and boxun, abditv will return me the winner," i. the way Welsh looks at the result. Odds on the match today were quoted at 10 to 7 in favor of WotgasL and fn tome Instances - to 1 has been set tired. The t attle for the lightweight cham I lon.-hip will be called at the Vernon arena at 3:30 o'clock Thursday after RACE RESULTS. At lainci town. Jamestown, N. Y Nov. 2S. Today's results were run on a track that war; a sea of mud causing the withdrawal of many entries, onlv twV more ilayr, remain before the close of the nice', and horsemen now are turning toward Columbia, S. C, for next month's rac ing. Kesults: First race, seven furlongs: lii-e, won; DorothvT.. second; Loathly Lad, third. Time: 1:32. See mid race, fix furlongs: Ulundara, won: Clem Ileachey, second; McLeod. third. Time: 1:24 2-5. Third race, mile: Dixie Knfcht, won; Roebuck, second; Jacqueiina, third. Time: 1:45 2-5. Fourth race, mile and seventy yards; Husky Lad, won; l'.ourbon i'.eau, second; Jacqueiina, third. Time: 1 :47 4-E. Fifth race, six and a half furlongs: Coonev K., won: Anavri, second; Joe Caitena, third. Time: 1:23 3-'. Mxth race, mile: Harvey F., won: Spiiirmuas, second; Semiquaver, third. Time: 1:4?: NEW -'PREMIER MAY YET SAVE CHINA If Yuan Shi Kai Escapes Assas sination He Is Expected to Prevent 0crthrov of Throne By Rebels, NWKINt; SIT. 11! A nut. t Nanking, Nov. 2 - The revo- lutionary troops entered the four gates of the city of Nankins early this morning. INMATES OF UNDERWORLD PAID PROTECTION MONEY Chicago, Nov. 2S. Investigators to day told the eitv civil service com mission details of the payment oi protection" money by denizens of the underworld to those w ho uretended to represent the police. An affidavit from a resident of the restricted district was read, relatlm, ht r experiences In being forced to pay money to a man posing as the boss o. the underworld. I By M.irnlng Journal StwUd 1 raii-d Wire. JVkin. Nov. 28. H m Yang has been occupied by the imperial forces which crossed the Han river twenty mile:- above that place. Wii Chang has made a provisional capitulation and It is evident that the government Is getting a strong hand in that part of I it I'eh province, where a few weeks ago the rebels seemed to have supreme control. It Is not believed that the rebels will. surrender as they tear slaughter, but vv.'ll pri fcr to take chances in flight in the open country. The rebels yesterday endeavored to obtain the terms offered by Yuan Shi Kai three weeks ugo, but it i-j reliably reported that Lieutenant Coneral Fang Kwo commander of the imper ial it oops at Hankow , has refused. The foreign settlements suffered considerably, Hankow consular re ports say it was a foregone conclusion that the imperialists would win If they attacked seriously because of their superior organization. inning the attack every position wnr, heavily shelled. The imperialists numbered probably 30,000 modern drilled m n. The rebels were lor the most part volunteers, poorly equip ped in comparison to the imperial forces. Two days ago Premier Yuan Shi Kal's position seemed helpless. He was descried by former followers upon whose help he counted. I'.oth Chines" rnd foreign residents In re kin believed the dynasty was on the Verge of abdication.. Friends urged the premier to capitulate: others feur 'iig his assassination endeavored !" persuade him to take refuge In the foreign concessions at Tien Tsin. Today Yuan Shi Kai is still a one man government, combining In him self both legislative and executive powers, but it is now expected the men recently appointed to tho cablm t will come to Pekin promptly. The premier removed suspected of ficers, encouraged others and rewnrd e,i tho soldiers ylth git's of money in spit,- of the treasury's plight. Hit even sent Mnnohtl troops away from tilt) capital to tho front, and he Is now gondii!:; rcitiiorrenient: to l'ukow op posite Nanking as will as to II.nkow' and Shan Si. It the premi,r were able to olt iin a tore gn b an he would control the situation. The opinion, however, is h, Id that (tie revolution is by lie. i means ended. , t KIMS llI.At lll il i ' m.oonv itKYoi.iTiox Shaiigliai. . 29. The gr. at crisis In the revolution has been reached. The in , rw heUning dett .it at Han Yang came unexpectedly to the revolutionists and their smpa thirers south ol the Yangtse. F.vcii the radicals admit lh.it the revolution . is held together 1 y a slender thread. Wireb'ss reports from Hankow In U! atd that it was comparatively ; quiet around ,'i.inkotv and YYu Chan y .-te-day. The gates oi the latter cu were closed and It could not be told; Wat wa.s transpiring inside. 1 There was some firing, but appar ently It was cf liltle importance. The imperialists are oi eunying Han Vans and Hankow. They are making grt .it ! preparations and are waiting for re- i Infort mil nts before a grand assault: on Wu Chang is attempted. It Is re ported that big reinforcements con- 1 tinue to join the rebels, but the toss of the arseeal and the resultant short- ! ge of ammunition Is 'fatal. i All eves are turned tn Nanking. where C-mral Chang holda out. He Is surrounded on every side and es cape is impossible, unless the rein forcements: promised by Premier Y uan Shi Kai by way of Pu Ko. reach him In time, which Is not Improbable Ceiieral cbang is favored by the strength of the walls and gates and the lighuiess of the revolutionary guns. The fire from Tiger Hill occupied by the rebel", was directed last even ing against the north gate of I. Ion Hill. The imperial guns replied feeb ly. A well autheiitii ated statement asserts lhal the rebels expect that the gat-s will be opened at a gh en sig nal, but there is reason to believe that Ceneral Chang discovered the treachery in time to prevent this. Chang's troops will still occupy one position on Purple hill. This was uttacked by the rebels during the night. The rebels also at tacked several of the gates but inef fectively. The fact Unit the fleet has not tak en part In the bombardment is re garded as of great significance. It would not surprise observers to see the dragon flag re-hoisted on the ships at any time, in which event the revolu tionary cause would likely lose. The situation would then become dangerous because of the disappoin ted millions, many of whom are on the verge of starvation, who were promis ed freedom from taxation and the ab solute elimination of the Manchu ID j - r You Furnish the Conversation We'll Do the Rest All the territory of the Rocky Mountain region is no farther from you than your telephone Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co. DEFENSE CONTENDS1 STOKES LOVED MISSGHAHAM I dynasty. ROOSEVELT CHEERED IN NEW YORK PLAY HOUSE New York, Nov. 2S. There wan only tin echo tonight of the rioting which ueenn.panlcd the performance of "The Play Hoy of tho Western World" here tonight. Shortly alter the start lit the scene considered most ob jectionable by those who thought Hint It libelled the Irish race, a stream ol hissesi was again evoked. The burst of applause that enmc simultaneously, however, practically counter! alanced tlie condemning demonstration. Tcll-Tale Letters Written By Millionaire Horseman Intro duced to Prove It Was He Who Forced Attentions, By MornlPt Journal Hunt ait Leaned Wlr. New York. Nov. lis. W. K. J), Slokes, the millionaire horst-nan, was put under cross-examination today w hen, after an intermission due to tht( necessity of picking a new juror to fill the place of the one dismissed for talk ing indiscreetly about the case, the case of Klhel Conrad anil I, Milan tiruhnm, the show girls, charged with attempting Stokes" life, by shooting, was resinned. Tho testimony previ ously taken was read for the benefit of the new juror. Hubert M. Moore, the girls' attorney, questioned Stokes further concern ing letters he bud wrilton to Miss Gra ham, his purpose being to show that instead of the girl "chasing him," as Slokes had alleged, he was really In love with her. "The most crushing part of your let tor was when you asked me to glv your lovu to Clarence," the attorney quoted from one of Hikes' letters, written In Chicago, In lliofi. "That was a joke,'' the witness ex plained. "Clarence was an old man about 67 or tiS." . "Uon't touch beer, wine or It'iunr," be wrote. "It will r'lln your profes sion." J. K. Parker. Ju:i No. 10th Ft., Ft. Smith, Ark., says that he had taken many kinds of k;dney medicine, but Hil not get better until ho took Foley Kidney Pills. N0 matter how long you have had kidney trouble, you will find qui'-k ana permanent benefit by the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start taking them now. J. H O'Hitlly. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS Vnglnoeri, Founders, Muclilnlsts Cast, ings, PumpltiK Plants. 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