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Entries Juarez Jockey Club
Thursday, Sec. 4, 1013. Seienth Day. First race Selling; 2 year old fillies. iva ana a nait turionge. Theodorita Ida Lavlnia tiins Love Birka Crustj . . Mary Pick ford ....103 10S 10S 106 ....105 Ada Kennedy ITS Second race SetltMr; a year olds and upw ard Five and a bull furlongs. Dad Stearnes 707 JLHl)3 ... i (lUi 'Freewill , 107 Veno Von .' 107 Korom 107 Moller 110 Joe Woods 112 Rioja 112 Lofty Haywood ., 112 Maxfng .. 112 Charley grown ,.112 Binocular lit Quick Trip . - 112 Wicket "r-' .11- Balronia . . ,. .--. . - 112 Third race Purie; year olds. Five furlong. - - - - Manganese .... 108 Emerald Gem 108 Hr Harry .....Ill Paw ...rt US Kdith W JIS Hatina US Fourth race Handicap; all ages. Six furlongs. Swish 8 Sir Fretful 98 Gold of Ophir 10 Heary Walbank . 10J Vested Rights , lOfi Injury -...'...114 Fifth race Selling; 3 year olds and upward. Ftv and a, half furlongs. Gilbert Hose 107' Orhnar tad 107 ParneH Girl 107 Madeline B 107 Rasa Rabiee 107 Ree of Jtfdafc 17 RosenMvy .... 10T PalatoUo 110 Chaa. Ooetz 112 Ben Stoae US Annual Jatveat nz Siicth rae Selling; 3 year olds and upward. One mile. Defy l Balellff 10 Cc Bon 106 John Louis ..; 106 Actuaati , , 10S Little Marehment 10S Jaek Lsxson 106 Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed. I HOLIDAY I I RATES I Federal League to Aid Holdouts Jordan Will Lead the Texas Eleven -::- P layers" Checks May Be Boosted Tuesday's Result. First race. tVk furlongs, selling, 2 rear olds; value $-IOft Hlnata, 110 r Woods) 3, wen: Little Bit, 104 Ben. .on) I, soeond; Ada Kennedy, 110 (Mat thews) 8. third. Time. :2S. Irish Ann. Muy Buena. Art Rick, George, Fool O' Fortune, Old Goteh. Alabama Bam, Barbara Lane, Attiea, Augustus Heln tte, ran. Seoed raoe. .5 furlongs, selling. 3 rear old and upwards, value $300 Doc Allen, 103 (Neylon) i, won: Compton, 111 (Cavanaugh) 6. second: John Hurie, HI (Gross) 6, third. Time, :3S 4-S. Frassle. Calethumplan, Billy Meyer. Lee Harrison, Milt Jones, Joe Woods, Frank Wooden, Bon Ton, Con Came. Silver Grain, George Karme, The Fad, -an. Third raee. 1 1-1 6th miles, selling, I year olds and 'upwards, value J 408 3rted Lad, 111 (Moore) 4-5, won; Ur sula Emma. 107 (Phillips) 4, seconds Faneuil Hall. 104 (Feeney) 9. third, rime, :t- Robert. Curlicue. Jim Caf Terata. Marie CoghiH. Tapland. Wish ing Ring. ran. Fourth race, 6 furlongs, handicap, all ages, value 4500 Vested Right, 182 (Van Dusen) 20. won; Pan Zareta. 124 (Kirsofebaum) 1. second; Henry Wal !nk. 101 (Matthews) 50. third. Time. 22 3-5. Sir Fretful, Orb, Zlm, U-See-It, Porothy Dean, ran. Fifth, race. 5 furlongs, purse, 2 -year jrtds, value jaw Scarlet Oaks. 112 (G. Carroll) S-5. won: Aunt Elsie. 106 (Gentry) 10, second- Bob Hensley, 115 (Marco) s, intra. J. we, -2a. jhuwht, Baltimore, C. K. Davis, Rodonde, Pu rin. Kleland. Cash Girl. ran. Sixth race. 5 furlongs, selling, vear olds and upward, value $300 Uncle Jimmie. Ill (Gentry) 6, won: Miss Sly. 108 (Estep) 30, second: Eye White. 103 (Clever) 6, third. Time. :23. Mazurka. Bvran, Forge. Annual Interest, Bashful Bettie, Binocular, Beds, Herpes, Jessamy, Chilton Tranoe, Bir Alvescot, ran, OXFORD WIM SEND TEAM TO IT. S. FOR RBLAY RACES Philadelphia, Psu, Dec 3. Oxford university students will send a team from Kngland to compete in the annual relay raoes under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania here next April. A letter was received by Frank B.' Ellis, manager of the games from Ar nold S. Jackson, president of the Ox ford Ualversity Athletic club accepting an invitation to participate. LOAVES OF BREAD ARE USED TO HIDE CARTRIDGES Benito Artolejo did not like the bread made in Juarez. Tuesday afternoon he came to El Paso and purchased three French loaves made by a local baker. Cutting each loaf In half, it is charged that Artolejo removed the soft dough from within. When the halves were placed together again a box of rifle cartridges was In each. Wrapping the loaves in a piece of newspaper he started on his return trip to Juarez. At the Santa T"e bridge the loaves attract ed attention. The customs officers ex amined the loaves and found the boxes of cartridges. Patrolman Cozart, who was on duty at the bridge, brought Artolejo to the-police station, where he is being held until his case has been further Investigated. PHONE 1 FOR TAXI, Advertisement. BY JOHX ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec 3. If the base ball players of the major leagues who are free tosign new contracts this, season had Blade conditions to order they could not 1 have arranged the midwinter situation better for their own purposes. The continued existence of the Fed eral league and its reported activity and financial healths 4 as make it cer tain that every big league star who seeks an advance lit- salary will be in a position to force it out of the re luctant pocketbook of his club owner. Just n Sand-I)agging Scheme. In fact, the principal use to which the Federal league will be put. will not be to increase competition and thereby help the general aspect of the game, but to put into the hands of the ball players a lead pipe with which he may beat his way into a raise in sal. Just now fans here are busy try ing to separate the truth from the chaff regarding the reported "jump ing" of local players. Among the names mentioned as already identified with Federal league clubs for 1913 are those of Ed Koney, George Baum gardner, Sam Agnew, Carl Weilman and others. It is praetically certain that not a single jjayer has committed himself In regard U his Federal league affilia tion and that negotiations have prog ressed no further than a tender of sal ary from the Federal league. Until the major league contracts have been received and the demands of the players for increased pay have been considered there - will be no jumping. And then there will be very little of it. These $30,000 Eddie Collins con tracts exist largely in the Hot Stove league imagination. Get a Split-Second Watch. If the self-assertive Joe Tinker was unable to get along with Garry Herr mann as manager of the Reds because he wanted his own wa, how long would IVger Brespahan Jast In $ic same job? Give It up we cannot subdivide time, units small enough tp answer The trouble with the Cincinnati ReCs seems to be that the holder of each share of stock thinks the privilege of bossing the manager goes with his holding. It's an old ailment and oru tt the nicest little ways known of breaking up efficiency. He's Playing 'Possum. Sam Langford is 27 years of age and they're calling him "old roan" and ''down-and-out." This is because he choose to get into the ring for hi? recent fights overweight. Now, It may really be that Sam Is E. WRAY. "down-andout," but the changes are that what alls the best heavyweight in the world Is laek a Interest in the hard work .necessary "to take off su perfluous fat. Jack Johnson was 32 years old when he beat Jeffries arid he .was pretty good that day at Reno, reports show, even if he did battle against a shell. Bob FItzsimmons was champion at 3V years of Rge and there are other in stances whieh go to show the big men do not fizzle out physically be fore the 30-year-old mark. Langford will probably fool around as lonir as boxltvr commissions are content to let him slip by with a falsfi weight. When he has to, he will not only come in at the right figure, out he will be there with his former speed and steam. At worst, none of the "hope" con tingent seems eager to hook up with Langford in a long engagement. 3IEXICAX KID CAWEn IN PIIOEXIX TO MEET' nALFORD Phoenix, Ariz , Dec. 3. Mexican Kid Carter has arrived from Los Angeles and begun training for his bout with Sailor Mas. Halford here Friday night, Dec 5. He is accompanied by ius manager, Joe Levy, who is also man ager of Joe Rivers. Carter weighs 147 pounds and says he can easily make 142 for Halford. fhe sailor is In splendid condition and is only a pound or two over the weight. He Is being trained by George Hem sic, who came within an ace of wrest ing the lightweight championship from Ad Wolgast. MAIIMOUT. REPORTED DEAD. WRITES TO WRESTLER IX U. S. Minneapolis, Minn.. Dec. 3; Mahmeut, the famous Bulgarian wrestler, reported some time ago as having been killed in a battle In the Balkan war, is alive. A letter to that effect was received from Mahmout by Henry Irslinger, an Aus tralian wrestler, who Is now here. A WHITS STRIPED MADRAS Arrow COLLARS 3 for 25 ct. Clnett. Pesnody & Ctu, Ino?i Xeiy Location, T O A CJ A11 Kinds of So. 0 Stevens Bldg. j j . 0 Office Work, 2061-2 Mesa. I 91.03 Paid Cash, Cor. Texas St. and J Yb f M Q f M Medicines Mesa Ave. 15 1 Lf 1 1 U J 1 1 Included. Back In Business Auf omobile & Ace essones DIRECTORY PACKAR AUTOMOBILES. Richardson Motor Car Co. Distributors 122 Son Antonio St. Phone 053 Auto Livery Co City Hall Stand PR0MPI SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY PHONE 509-510. Rates $3.00 Per Hour. Autom obile Tires Greer's Electric Garage 508 North Kansas Phone 1934 E, P. & S. W, BUILDING rrT I7D a vn t vr a vrr m ot a xrrnxT Aorxtnv v,vix. iirtnn.ijn rtiHL in. oirtiMiuiN AGENCY Phone 5105 C. P. HENRY. Manawr WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO. FISK TIEES 400 Son Francisco Street. Phone C2S. WRITE FOR CATALOG- Aber-Clements Auto Supply Co. Lee Tires You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the BEST. 401 Myrtle St. To points in the North, East and Southeast. On Sale Dec. 20-21-22. Limited to Jan. 18, 1914. Liberal Stopovers. VIA Phone Us low for Full Information. PHONE 7 WINTON sixmz ?: - J. R. JOHNSON, JR., MGR. Phone 3585. MAGNETO REPAIR ING- uhil J$ g J afeDevicei of 321-323 Texas St. Phone 1379. WISEMAN & ANDERSON pTISc LongwelFs Auto & Truck Sales Co. J. J. Longivell, Mnnager. 120-22 Snn Francisco St. EL PASO RUBBER VULCANIZING AND AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY (Inc.) Phone 342. E8tanbr,shae,dr'o1c,,t!f'i8o8 399 S. El Paso St. Only Five Men to Leave the Team BY IV. D. AUSTIN. Texas, Dec. 3. Louis Jor dan, of Frederiokaburg-, Texas, has been elected captain of the 1914 football team of the University qf Texas by the 17 members of the squad who earned their "T's" and the football championship of the south west, Jordan was the terror of every op ponent at guard this year and played the game of his life against Notre; Dame. He is of Swedish descent and li said to be the first player of this ny tlonaltty to captain a Texas team. Quarterback Leonard Barren ran sec ond for the captaincy with seven X'otes. Jordan Is the biggest man on the Texas squad, weighing 205 pounds. Letters hare been awarded to the following members of the 1913 foot ball squad: J. A. Edmond, right end, Waco; Alva Carlton, tackle, Houston; W. S. Birge, left guard, Austin; Louis Jordan, right guard, Fredericksburg; W. O. Murray, center, Cloresville; Dlttmar, centerT Houston; Grady Noblo, tackle, Dallas; C E. Turner, end, Boswell, N. if.; L. C. Barrell, quarter, Houston; captain "W. C Brown, halfback, Austin: Clyde Littlefield. Tullback. Loekeburg, Ark.; M. E. Daniels, fullback, Waco; Robert Simmons, end, San Antonio; Paul Simmons, halfback, San Antonio; J. H. Goodman, guard. Austin; J. C. Bass, tackle, San Antonio; B. R. Berry, tackle. Austin. 1014 Prospcctn Are Brlcht. Prospects are bright for the 1914 team. Only five men will be lost, cap tain Brown, Daniels, Niblo, Leftwltch and Murray The first year men, Paul Simmons, Turner, Bass, Dlttmar, Carl ton and Edmond, give Texas an un usually strong force to start next sea- IIORJS'ADAT. son with. Of the older men who havo not played their four years there ara, captain elect Jordan, BJrge, Goodman, Barrell and Littlefield. With this formidable array of football talent, the Longhorns should be able to re peat this year's remarkable success. The Texas record for the past year l as follows: Texas 14, Polytechnic 7: Texas 27, Austin college 6; Texas 77. Baylor 0; Texas 13, Sewanee 7; Texas 52, South western 0; Texas 13, Oklahoma ; Texas 46, Kansas Assies 0: Texas I. Notre dame 30. Exclusive of the Notre Dame game, Texas scored 242 points to her oppo nent's 28. Ipcluding the Notre Dame, the total was Texas 249, opponents 5&. Eager to Meet BIfj Nine" Team. The excellent showing made Tiy the Longhorns has started an agitation for the scheduling of a game with an other northern school next year. It is hardly like, however, that Texas would consent to travel north, owing to the. unfavorable weather conditions. Many would like to see Notre Dame played again, but others point out that It would be much better if a game were scheduled with a school with a better standing among the "Big Nine" con ference colleges, who refuse to play Notre Dame on account of hor rsfusal to comply with certain strict rules. There Is also a strong sentiment to encourage closer relations with the Missouri "Valley conference teams. Texas has more in common with these schools than any other portion of the country. But for the long distance, application would probably be made to enter the conference. JONES'S BOWLERS WIN FROM FORD'S Jones's team won three points from the Ford five. Tuesday night at the Wigwam alleys. Dillard rolled high game, 202, and total, 13. McCue rolled a strikeout. The scores: For8 team , , ,, , Ford 17 1"6 164 513 Heldrick. ,..,.182 121 17 480 Kelsh. . , 132 18 114 415 Armstrong. 14J 143 US 429 McCue. 156 162 Its 481 Total 786 761 751 228 Jones team Dillard 134 1S7 302 SOS Sloesson'. sr ,...187 1T2 141 480 Rodriguez ,...157 157 17 471 Taylor 139 127 139 496 JoneB 176 142 128 445 Total 772 766 767 2384 ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Johnson Assay Co. AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS Assayers, Chemists.BullIon Assayers. Buyers of high grade Ores and Bullion. BOX 570. PHONE 427 Sheldon Hotel Corridor. How about some red fence? We have Just unloaded a car, Lander Lumber Co. Advertisement. liliigSKsessL jjL IbjIjjIwkS" C 39kPI . - r few W Canterbury NK Custom Assay Office CRITCHETX p FERGUSON Assayers Chemists Metallurgists AGENTS JOS ORG SHIPPERS 210 Saa Fraxuasco St. Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334. A decidedly snappy collar wrZttm ... ...... ..i ... .... ... i frrakishaesa. 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