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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL' SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1914.
FOUR IN THE TIGER IS BEATEN III hinroion's Only Chance Comes When Crimsdn Play ers Fumble Ball on Their Thirty-five Yard Line, .o..,. wmw ! .! f Hiiitu i.lgc, Mass., Nov ". Har vard crushed Rrlncclon, i In 0. to day in their annual football game. Alile from Hip (tj rfr t"l ti wcktie ,f lie Princeton team, the contei v Irtioc I fiHturelci. Ti Crlmon .unplctcly nut. In.cd Ihe Tiger in every department of play. Th New Jcrey ioli.gu.na hud little offensive or defensive strength, whl. h made ih v i'-lor task f rolling up the big-.! moir thni a Cambridge team baa ever rel.ierci1 (irnln"l Prince ion. an easy one. The loser nearest approach lo the Ciiinsnn goal line an made In ihe first Hod. hen Hi Orange ml Hl.i. k soured lh ball on u fumble .n Harvard thirty-tiv )srd line. Kven with Hi spin roid well wit h in Hielr opponent territory, at a period of the gum when nil fli attacking ulawr were freh Princeton wa till able In retain tin advantage, relin quishing Hi ball on the Mrt piny by it disastrous fumble With thi' danger iiwiI, Harvard Immediately took . on, 111,1 ml of Hi situation. iiimI never thereafter wn seriously threatened, I'l WSVI VAM ll "l ' VIT.It HltMll my MMIIHiW Ann Arbor. Mich, Nov. Tear InH l'cnnylvni' defence to ahreri Id the (h-ooihI mill Ihlril periods, the Cnlverli of Michigan fniitimll eleven won m iS4-m-3 vi'-ioiy lodaj. The ! of i h score im suiprUe, even lo piirilKnn Michigan looter, llefore th game Kiiirli Vnt predated Michigan would win tv ii small margin. Pettnm Ivniila t'JHV i" or- wit mad in the first perlnd. Merrill I'MiiKht ii Miihlgiifi pMfil mar hi own goal lln He il-xlged ii Wolverine e ml it ml three lime h wriiirhi-il hlmmll loiiw' from lui'kU'm, ll wiim llnnlly iIovuhhI on Mirhlmin'o 43- aid lilH', hihI h moiiKiil tutor. flfr lu thort milnH, Miillliiw ill op klcld'il u tioul fimn On ll' lil llOIIlK MIM UH UlTOIlM mill ih.wi it iMi;urrv I)invir, Nov. T IB lnw. uliniwl fi'Muri'l niinm. Ihf Hi h iw I nf Min font tin II i pit m ilcfpnti'd ih rnlvfrnlty if ihnvpr t'lrvin thw fli-rnoon. 1 in 0. Th it wi-r Hpnriii of fimt piny uif only orriiHliinnlly. My ihflr vli'iory thin afli'rnimn unil thu I'tiivrrmiy of rolormlo'n wlnnlnn t HoiililiT (iKinnHt I'tuh, t hp plntp ii,i-n ami mine ur H'- Thpy will iiip"! nri wpi k In l!ouli1r. sW Khx osr-siiii i) IllMOT 1'HOM tXIRlHIAM AnnapoliM, Nov. ".Navy defeated Foidham In a oiie-alded ronlent on Ihe academy gridiron today, by Ihe wore of 21 lo 0. The middle' attempt nt forward paing and open playing Were un iicceflil. Ihe only play upon W hlch ihey could depend being wide end run and. tackle plunge. I VIVI RMTV III' COMlHMM) 1,111s IMU RRIMi l ITMI II, miller. Colo., Nov. 7 The Vnl v. rxlly of Coloriidn ouiclnased I'tuh here today, winning by n acore of 33 lo a. The game i evenly contented un til the third quarter, when Folom'n pupil nncoet.il a brilliant ttetialat- tnck befoie blch the Mormnn were powei'le. Km ward pnme of from Iwfntv lo tlx It tv Mini and .ial..n itl fake play nelled Colorado long Rheumatism Conquered. I iv Hint 1 en cntpn-r i ti.umali.iM iY- r.mr.Ie leni I r'.-fl men I, lltl,,ul ellH tri.'al iimiiiiim MrifiseHI ill. I- .oXln leol-i. r III ll.l, mv e'hr llir liul Ir.iil ... hi. i,., imiti""t f for I"'' "' rh'U fliiiiim ! n l iOiu! ',,ir Hml r "itt.".l- e. ' . ll.it (.nl taw i tli. I'M. I HI.K Ya a It. 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The lot ler punted on a par with Captain Nelson of Colorndo, but the work of hi end wit" poor and the Colorado back rppeniedly got away for long gain. I'NIVr.HSITY OP ltl'..TH IHtAKM MIHHOt 'Kl AT ll MOIXF.S ii.- xi.,cnu Ij v.if 7 Missouri: nniveraltv overwhelmed Hrake unl- clever enough to make It an even v. rslty thi aflernoon at Drake .In- j thing with Welah. and If he can kjrp ilium, bv a "fore of 32 lo , In a game! the laller go ng at top speed for I f replete 'with good, bad and very poor) or alt round without a good reatn plaving. Drake lost many chance to i !n pll there I also the chance tna' Icl.re because of fumbling and poor, hi youth will count largely In hi fa Plavlng. while penultie of 100 yard vor In the latter rounds. 1,1 .u. .,...,. hhrt uMih nit Welh' unnoed anperlor- lipiseeseii naiiiei uir .i"'!"1-! - , . ....... an least one touchdown It only "core. gave Drake j ; A MF.' i YA1.F, IXHU I .1 TO ;( AT 1 I II, SI'I.I I '11 WIS I New Haven. Conn., Nov. 7. Yale, playing below form, was forced to 1 . .... .. 0...1. .., .i.,f.,i eKVen.l ll-eii in i ... in. in ........ to iir..w.. 14 1 1. With all the regular Yule backllebl ' except Ainvorm watching th llurvrd - 1'rlnceton guitie at Cambridge, lb second string Lack made costly fumble when within the scoring r...ne. XI ITU K IMMH tl.WS lAMt&l". M Wl VP I'OIXT VIX ' Weill Point, N. Y.. Nov. ,. Th.' Army won from Noire Dame today, 20 to T. Th westerner handled the ball loosely throughout the contest. The Ariuv'i initial score came 1" tt.u itr.t few minute of n lay after r..fl muffed a punt and C.otidman ..ii .... . i,.. t,u ,,n Nolle Dame' 15 rd line. Notie I lame Hashed a line ol retisive drhe In Ihe third qiianer ami rusnen ! the bull forty yard fur u score. RACE BULLETINS M 11 WILL BE POSTED O Ol APFe I XI MTVi..ium i.,r, all matche In which he O ruauw ' Vll ' 1 Itulleiii.s on Ihe Kl Fa so-I'hoeiilx ..,... i.. ....... ,tt i... i,.,-i..i laree place In thi vity at the Jour, j accept or to ive up hi chance ti bo ...I .rr i. van' -lnii an, I I'nm.iiii. niumultiii. The match with V ol- ........ ,..) ..i',, i. Th.. . u.. u.111 aiari t Kl Fast, thi ............ i't... i ...... i. oill gin then unil continue unlil tomorrow i have writhed over 14 when he cn iillihi, Thev w ill top tonight at Hi-' lered Ihe ring. .p , i While the limit of the tlghtwelght The bull' in will be furniehed byiovUmn 1 impularly nupposed lo lie the M.uintHin Ktate Teleuhotie ami 1.1J Pound ringside, it ha been tm Telegraph company. . wi ni-.i...,'. ti v Kaiitu Fe. Nov. 7. A game of toot ball yesterday afternoon between a picked eleven from Ihe high nchool and it. Michael college on the col lege ground, resulted In a wore of 2a to 0 In favor of the college. little IUh-K .ct I'raiMil.. Hlrmingham, AI., Nov. J. Utile Rock, Ark., today wa given the Mont fcomery, Ala.. Houlhern Raebail -MM-iHttnn franchise, at a meeting of t Utn . , 'Itreetfir h ere ' 1 CORBETT DOPES WHITE'S CHANGE WITH CHAMPION Former Champion of World Sels Advantages of One Lightweight of Other,' Acainst Those fly .la mot J, Cor lull. Former llonvy wpIkM Champion of Hip Worbl N'i-w York, Nov. 7. The hlg -vnl l in liotltiK lb coinlna k m 'ho I I rPMv WPlfh-Charlpy Whit mntrh Ifljlo lip bpld m Mllwaukpp tomorrow III rrnilil. Ttil I by far Ihp mot irn 1(!1 j poflsnl light wPiftht ronl'nl iirranK-d ldiliRinrp Ih lonilon mpi'im bflwppn llltibip ami U'pI1i In whloh (h worlil'i hnmpionhlp ih.miti'd hnndi. For In Whit, If Ihp dop l rpllatil. chlrHKo him a l arnlnliitp for thi' IlKhl wpight lltl whop t-iaimx ar worthy of piioti t onaiilpration. Whit hu tippn romlnK loni vry fimt for v'rnl iar, hut hi firM ra bid for fam a In ihp much with Kid hie at llilwaukp Ihi pririu. In ihat bout Whltp dPrnonKtratd bp yond all ultou Ihni h i a boxer of grrat tlam a majority of lh t pprla prfnt awarded him the dP cinlon over Itltt !. TIip lutler h'm r,ft nflirward told me that Hie Chl co Ilrbrw gavp lilm Hip hardPt 1,iltlp of hi carppr and that Whit ram within an ucr of wlnulng the till by u knofkoul. It wax only Wll lip' wonderful rerupi-rativ power ami llheriil lork of Knmen and t-tnnilim (hat enabled hlin lo wenlher the fire! few round and inin bark iiko th treat IUIIp fiKhter Iip I to ward the flnlh of the battle. Itlti-lilc Tarm t ror White. However, In Wrlnh Hip Chlniito boxer will meet one of Hie hrewde 142ihead in the name. Accoiitil or tile 142 1 UitiUon mat'-h between I'.Uilile and 14!VflKh vary airorilliiK lo Hie pnvlu 149 dliea of thoB- telllliK the etoty. bul 1 40 j there I little doubt lht Welah' Ken 13X ' rratHhlp wa what earned hlin thr 13X verdlvt over Ir more aKKreiv op 13 ' potienl. Itlli hie' alyle of fluhtlnn 137 1 ulfcr-d a i onablerable hanilli ap un 137 'thr Ihii Nirlit llrllli.li uliaervaiirp of 13 the rub , and the probability I thut 1 30 I AVt lhli wii Juxlly entitled lo the il 1 3 I fla'on on point. 133- White found Itllrhio a turret for 1 3.1 ! hi puiuhe; hii w ill not find It Ulle.iiny a ma tie f to hit the Knttllahtnan. 131 on Hip plinciplp that a movlUK objpi l 1 30 I harder to wallop than a latinnary 12'on. And Velh I hero, there and 1 -: I i every where about thp ring when t 121 hi bpt. W'hlln Whit I all to b" iHifnirle fiint. n boxer who relie utcniifflu .n I in iinfll'h n lie noeH W III naturally look slow In comparison I with the peedy Webh. Most any ' boxer ran trlke a knockout blow If I allowed to eet himself before letting ! it ko. Ht if forced lo ep rnnd f.j.1 to land hi. punche it la an entire ly i different matter. While met Ritchie coming rigiu nn - I reudy will nnruiy peimn oim opportnnlly lo et fur a punch tin le. of course, he ahould tire, which is not llkelv In a 10-round bout. In fact I think it w ill keep the Chlcagoan pretty busy throughout defending himelf from the lightninglike lnp and Jab of Ihe champion. Youth a. Factor. However, ir Whit- elect to make U a" test of boxing skill with hi oppo nent, and 1 fancy Ihat Freddy'a u perlor knowledge of Ihe fine point of the art will enable him to make Char ley fight the way h want him to, Ihe champion ahould earn th popular decision on point, nf course, there Ik the chance tnat vinue maj or i - , ., , ,n- in a 1 i,. uu a hover and h advantage in .,v.iri,.iice and ring generalship, should bo remembered that he I not exactly a spring chicken. Where there I genuine ability on both aides youth I a Krent factor in favor of Its nneaor. The match promise to be a Kreal ...... event and hoil d boom box- ( ri'i ...n , Ing In Mllwaiigee and the middle west New York millennia item nnw ed a great card when they permitted the western promoter to grab thi" match, i: l"OrlK MK F.VI RYRORY hit MiMii VMi, it m:i:ms i j Tt I expected Ihat Willie Rltchi? will arrive in thi city within the next few week in aearch ot matche. Ac cording to n dispatch from the coast, Willi recently turned down an offer to box Johnliv Dundee at !o Ahgele i i,. tie nsked to weien m ai , 1 3t ,,mitu1s several hour before rlng- - '!.., lr thin ! enrrai I It begin to I look a if there I some truth in the t .,.. that the American ugniwt iKin i , ml)iiloti I rapidly iiuterrowlng the ilivlamn. Willie ha none on record, ... ... ...ll.i,, In the same report thai re i will make weight tor no one mil jWilih. ' . , . , Welsh ha ls taken the eland that .1,., nini. in be can dlclnt" Ihe I ' ' Charley White held out for j3 pound in Ihe Milwaukee bout, , bat Welsh insisted on 1 3 5 at J "Clock in I i .1... uft..ni.in. ami While had ! ai Iuki Mi.iulav was uIhu at 13r'. I'l i the but with Malty Ruldwln at ito ,u a v.ki mi Fretldv i 'id to prervgative of the champion to nm i t IV weight ror ail maicnea m v...".. !u. niia hn. been at stake. While - I llat'lirg Nelson wa champion he tt ii .i b-.l ni opiMineni tu u.i and Ail Volgat, who eaatly made the weight, alao followeij In the foottep of hi predceiir. Ritchie, however, has been more liberal In that respect, not twaue he ia Inclined to give an opponent any the best of It but be cau? he find the higher wale more lo hi liking Charley White and Johnny Dundee, two of the most likely looking con tenders, are smaller boya. In fact Dundp can eaMly do 121 pound and in making matrhe at 133 I Hiving nway ronldprabl poundage. To box iueh b; lellow a Rib hie and Wlh where the fondillon permit weltth Ing In at 125 pound mx r t-vm bom before. rinKtime, H will be en what a trpmendom handicap In poundage h would be up aaint With the world' champion and the American title bolder endeavorlnir to ralf Hip weight for the lightweight diviHlon It would aeeni that Mr. 1. McKarland rumored return to tht ling i mo.t opportune. l'afkey ought to b abl in meet lh condi tion now exactpd by thp two fading exponenl of th division without iroublP. Rut 1 lmn!n If Mac real ly determined to come bark hi would find thai thow conditioi only went for Ihe lillle fellow. The piobahll Ity I that both Welsh und RH' bie would inak linM,llile ronilnlofi f"f Ihe He.',T Kl 1 k y.l rd b"Xer. I.IRIMIXS IIFAHV TO Ml IT at am v wr:if;irr ' Mike filbbon made hit re-nppear-ne in a New York ring lat week, and eii'ily beat Hilly Maxwell, the I'hiladeiohia I'.jtht heavyweight. Mux- will wa unknown here until be box d Young Charley Wemert, the New ark heavyweight and hi allowing that Hme earned him the match with nilihon. Rut It turned out be ing Ve;nert and boxing tlibbon are two entirely different proposition. t Mike made .Maxwell run nwuy f ror j him for len roundH. And even undei j (hone condilion he gueceedeil in glv- t ing bltn ime I ciilng. After the match (iibbon onnonne- . l thin h wim ready to box any man In ih" world nl any old weight. I rniher funcv Mike cm gpoolmg the boy w hen h made that aplel. Rut I erlouly he would hv a good j chance with any boxer In the ring to- ' day with the ioil.le exeepllon of! The A lhinueriUe Illuli chool foot i .r.i ih..,,n (if cnnre. it I hall eleven defeated the Menall! la mv belief that a lick a good little man. run wuere . the good big mn r.owada? I can't think of any among the white mile it may be Je Wlllard. Hut Je ha not yet hown anything border ing on chnmpSnhip form. 1 will lake th opportunity here of publicly anwerlng a queatinn akd of me the other day In a b iter wril len bv one of the reader of thi col umn.' Here the niieilon:,-I)o you honeatly think Ihat any of the whit heavyweight hav a chance to wtr the world championi'hlp In a battle with Jack Johnson?" Here I the anwer: Ulllv Maxwell oulpoinlel Young Charley Weltiert. Welnetl wen! over to Fhlladelphla and created a ,ii.t .nn.niinn b trimming big J'm foffev. touted a one ol the heat of Ihe while heavleg. Mike illbbon. n llght-niiddlew eight, lambasted Max well around the ring for ten round. Hint .liMeinff u knockout ny a nun breadih. chance do have with can (igure Now, friend reader, you think tiibbona i Jack JohtiMi.n? If Hint out, urn have v hal ,'Ollill you i the atiHWer. . . . Rut to get back lo Gibbon and hi ! defl to any man In the game. We w-lll be eatixfic.l If .M kP will coin me ...r clfi ttM for Ih.) pnnt to the middle weight division. We have h-on urg ing the m. Raul mn for n long time to get after the Chip and Clubby" and 'f he can beat ttioee bird we will be ready to hull him a the champion. Lit ihe heavyweight flgh it out among themelve. There hould be j enough for Ulbbnn in winning mtlUlieweigiH unit ((iniUCTT boVSS'T 11IV jack ixm lUvAtniNti run 1 sen that the "Jea Wlllard Com- I .J ...ill. a-.a.rktj pg a pany " 1 going aneua wnn tlona for a match between big Je nn,l 1... L Jnliiisnn. 1 lie lllieei ,u n.,el la thai JllllllKUl ha CUOieu hi .llllnanes to sign article. that ho ia ready lo fight any where or any place. And when we recall what Ham 1-angford recently did to Gun boat Hmlth. we can hardly blame the big smoke for Jumping at the chance to Jilck up J30.0UU which la the amount guaranteed him win or Iobc. There doesn't appear to be much chance for him to loae. Johnson I also to dp anoweu ,.u per cent of the moving picture priv ileges If the match goe through. Just where the promoters expect to reap their financial reward In the proposed match la nevnnU me, I doubt If many sport can be found to iravei me u.n- tance It Will b neceaeniy i" o " If Ihe fight i held In Juarex to pay the Incidental expense let nlone Johni-on' end. Tho only profitab'e field for exhibiting the picture would be in the United Stntea, with the war In full-force In ICngland and France, and Ihe law will not permit them to be brought Into thi country. The American "porting; public want to Wlllard Uck someone worth while In th heavyweight di vision bfor they will accept him as a contender for the world title. AUTOMOBILE RACE FROM HERE TO VEGAS PLANNED An automobile, road race from here to Hantn Fe to l.a Vegas, or over the ume route with atnrtlng point at Imp Vegas, is planned. Tho race is to be held Thanksgiving tiny with $1,000 prixes if the plan I aurceaaful. Oak'ev Clifford HUggested the event. Ill Idea was favored In Las Vegas and ftmt.i IV. In a conversation over the Ions dlslance telephone with men In l.a Vega and the capital yester day, Clifford obtained their promlae In boost the race In those citie. CENTRAL SCHOOL WINNER OVER R. jU. S. ELEVEN The Central school football learn won from Hie Rio Grande Industrial nchool, 12 to 7. yesterday af let noon nl the Inner',, ground. The Central school eleven was outweighed, but miubi up In speed for what it lacked In poundage. Pound Sale. On Monday, the fMh day of Novem ber. 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In front of Ihe city jail on North Second xtreel, I will mil ono sorrel mule, ibout 6 years old, will weigh about 500 pounds, branded on left thigh; on dark brown mule, about years old, will weigh about GOO pounds, branded on left ahnttlder and left 'high. Ha collar mark. One hay hore, about 7 year old, will weigh bont tt' pound, both hind feet white, whit spot on forehead, brand d on left shoulder, ewclling on left law. THOMAS MM1U-IN. City Marshal. Important. F.ear In mind that Chamberlain' Tablet not only move the bowels but Improve the appetite-and gtrengthen the digestion. For pate by all dealer. TOD LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT Kour-room hou, mod ern. Apply 4I West Ied. ROY CORHAN SIGNED BY FIELDER JONES FOR ST. LOUIS FEDS i. mom jovtL trtetAL . wiafl I'ortlund. (re.. Nov. 7.nelder Jorie. manager of the St. U.uialeam In the Federal league, announced here toriav that he had eignwl for nexi e,on Roy Corhnn. Sn Franclaco .horttop. and lii.l ' I'onon en -IIipI bneeman. J-ne l1 other a ' cific l'o,mt league player would be j taken by Ihe reiienue. BENNY CHAVEZ HERE ON WAY TO EL PASO TO BATTLE DELMONT lieiiny Chavez, the featherwelbl. j r.a In the nly lat night for a hort ' me II.. on the wav f t .m hi I ,m. , Wagon Mound. N. M. lo I'll a",, where he Will light ice le- . k..i.ih ch. hn I i ut hern feather. Chaveghn III., I, no- r. .. .. (oiiuhl Pelinot In Kepver iwice. Ii I s.- MEIJAUL GAI THRILLER FORMER WINNER .. ,,,it tvl- mail caniwiliooi leaio. Id Ml n, jr.inunj n i - lernoon on Hopewell held, thereby , ro,,.r, t,ej,.ve, will not be in condi elimlnnling the ITeebylenang fror"Itlon to offer a epinted attack. With the race for the city preparatory j otn,.r r,iition more in thi'ir r.ivor . ho.. I championHhlp. The game wasi.. .. .,r(, ,. thev met lh'- one of the best een on a local grid-1 Iron for several yeora. The Mrnaul learn went Into the game a heavy favorite. Farller In Ihe season the two team played a score- less tie and In the - practice game! played with the university by the two' team recently the Fresbyterian showed to a decided advantage over, the A. II. 8. eleven. The tlopester j had It figured out that the score would be about 20 to , with Menaul on the long end. However, the Jfigh ' cbi.ol team early in the gamf open- ; ed mi back-Held attack that wa a1 ! nun velou improvement over former) performances and the line, althouali weak at time, held like Ihe old stone, wall at the critical moment. Mcoaui iiirt I'lrM. Menaul started the wife one to naying, "I lold you o," right at the, stiirt of the game when they bucked : the ball over the line lor Hie nri I louchtlow li. Menaul failed lo kick' goal. Immediately the A. n. t5- team' gingered up visibly. After Menaul. Kicked off the Yellow-and-White eleven started a march down the Held. A forward pass, Thackery to Mann, netted a big gain. The quarter' closed with the ball in the High! school possession on the Menaul ,eniy-six-yard line, ftiurth down. on Ihe llrst play of the second j quarter, the A. H. X. evened up the; core. Convex, left end. on u ctiss-; cross play, curried the hall over the( line from the tweiity-alx-ar.l line. lhackcrv kicked goal, thereby put ting A. il. K. In the lead by a point. The High achnol repeated again in ihe same quarter. After A. H. S. had ki.kcd off a .Menaul torwara pas" as intercepted by Mann on the Fresbyterian' IO!ty-flve.yni line. On a forward pas from Chavez again carried the Thackery, . ball over ; the line, making Ihe score 1 J to . in trje High school' favor, and ending Uie scoring. No goal was kicked. Menaul Threaten Again. Menaul hud an excellent opportu nity to tie the wore In the lust quar-; ;er Gn a successful forward pass, and straight-line bucks they carried; Ihe bull to the High school' one-; vurd-llne. A touchdown and goal i kick would have lied Ihe acore, nut ; he High school line held tight, or four successive down. The feat , of holding Ihe heavier Menaul team) 'our time In succession without a i foot gained, afforded a spectacular i example of perfect defensive football a one could wmn in ee n. o. l"r iO paratorv school game. On getting the0 n i.n down the High school Im-io mediately kicked out of danger. Aside from the stand of the High -ei.noi line under it goni, me i.uu it chnvc ana siann icaiureu Cha- vex not oniv acoreu .mm . - for the High school, but also repeat edly broke up Menaul play, by get in hehlnd the play and tackling the man with the bull before he fairly .ri.,H Mann's speed was In evt- lence throughout Ihe game, he rare-; Iv failed to make his distance w hen I ailed on and hi punting, us in pre- ..i..- -,.,i..i was lor uooa nisiances. VI'mn .....-. . . Joe Candeliiria. Meuaui qnaitei. starred for the Presbyterian, .mule loiiK gain when he carried He the I Ihe '. ball and hi management i cum' play was excellent. WESTERN UNION WILL j CHARGE WAR TAX OF ; 1 CENT ON MESSAGES; The Western I'nion, beginning He-1 cember 1. will collect war tax on i very message ap"t at the office hero, j Tax will be collected here also on j mr stages received collect. The i.tx amount to 1 cent on every messic. M. M. M ilsel. manuger of the Al- ' buquerque office, yesterday receivt 1 , a letter from J. C. Willever, conimr r-, clal general manager, or New York, directing him to make Ihe extra' charge. Thi I required by Ihe fed- : eral law recently enacted t" provide additional Internal revenue on account , of Hi war. BIG LAND CASE TO BE TRIED THIS WEK; i iaeao.aw seca f aoaa.aa KMiaaaLi Santa Ke. Nov. T. On Monday the , blgget (and case ever brought in the federal court here will be up again1 for hearing before Judge W. II. Rope,' and among the battery of distin guished men already on the ground for the hearing are former Sicretary ol the Interior Jame R. Garfield. Judge! W. 1). Haw k of Chicago and Kngineers j Cable and Rhoad of L'k Angeles, j The case inv.ilve the holdiiig of the, I'aloma Ranch i company, covering, several million of acre in Mexico, JtiHt JMiuth of Ihe New- Mexico boun- dary. j Judge W", 11. Pope today overruled l Ihe demurrer of the plaintiffs and in-1 tervenor in the case of Ihe Cnlted j states for the use of the Roswell j Lumber company et al vs. J. K. and! A. 1. Rennm-k und the Title C.uaranty and Surety company, defrndants, and Ihe Kemp Lumber company, tnter vennr. and get the case for hearing I at Albuquerque on November 24. STATE COLLEGE ME ROSILL 32T0-6 DEEEAT 'Size of Score Shows Aseies Have Excellent Chance for New Mexico rooth.ill Clirihi lioiifhip. '"" ;" "".'"' , 'nte oil .ge N. M., Nov, .-In f ate Co leg- of Atf fii'Ult ure and ' him c Arts oei heline, the .New , ,., . .,.. ...r,, lll-lltllle i rhl ;.fttf..nfion lii' ihe lu'ore OI' to ', The eae with which the Aggie drubbed Ihe cadetx would em to .n , illcate that Ihey are nlmort certain 'winner of the tat champiomhili 1 The cadei f"ifealed ti e CnlveiHily of ' N-w Mcvli .iut Konw- II recently. 1 Not wit lift. i ruling the fact that the I Aggie showed their yuperiorilv eai!.. i In the fray the ea.b t loiiuht all the way. The w'-allur wuh ideal aim a big crowd .iw the contest. I.ane, Wcld.-ll and Tuitl- played a MHbi game for the firmer. I.aill of Hie Aggie, ran from t w enty-f ive-yard line foe n touchdown. Tlu. cadet fullering: a crnlii.ig .1,' frat Flu h a abort tmic before their encounter with the I niversity of New .Mexico fur the econd game. here r,,r.-M.iv afternoon the tinlveraitv cadets nt P. swell the varsity player. I mav retrieve the defeat. 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