COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST
MANAGER OF PRIZEFIGHTER
Johnny Papke, the featherweight
champion of thermy. Thursday morn
ing filed complaint against John J.
Manyon, his manager who, he said, left
the city and had J 115 of his money
rapke and Man) on are both mem
bers of company D. I6th infantrj, sta
tioned at Fort Bliss, and the feather
weight has been managed by Manyon
1b all his recent bouts.
Complaint was filed Hi J J. Mur
phy's court by Papke against Manyon.
WHEN THEY'EE HOME
WHEN THEY'RE OUT
Schoolboy Eleven Played Through Two Years Without
' a Defeat, and Was Only Twice Scored Against, Al
though Always Playing Against Heavy'Odds in
Weight; Team Has De cided Now to Disband.
LIAR TEAM ENDS ITS SEASON
Some Fathers Like This
BY J. G.
. .HEN tbe Lamar football team
A decided to disband after last
V Saturday's same the end was
maikod of one of thTT greatest aggre
gation of schoolboy footballers that ESI
l'ao has eer seen. Tills team has
hung up a sequence of records which
the uooks do not show for the greatest
te.mib in the country since football was
Lamar has not only won every game
in which it has competed during the
past two years, bat it has only been
scored upon twice during that time.
J luring one of the league games last
ear a San Jacinto boy kicked a field
goal against Lamar. The other score
xtas the touchdown scored by the high
school boys last Saturday. This makes
a total of nine points scored against
Iarnar in two years; and during the
same period the team has rolled up no
less than 4SS points against its oppo
nents Moreorer, in every game the
box s played they were working against
odds. Playing last year in the Gram
mar School league, they gave away a
handicap of 42 points to two teams
and ea 10 a imra in tsvery uwimiuicu
fame which they played.
Repeat the Record.
Last year high school had II men on
the second team averaging over 18
x ears of age. Lamar had 14 averaging
loss than 15. This year high school lias
h squad of J7 averaging practically the
ame age, Lanmr has It averaging a
little younger than last year. Lamar
defeated toe high school team twice
last vear, thereby wfhning the Junior
championship of the city, after having
-n on the scholastic championship shield.
Tliev repeated again this year. This
vear there was another contestant in
the field, the T. M. C. A. second team.
This team had a large membership of
boys much older than the Lamar team
to draw from. Tet Lamar disposed of
Winn at Basketball, Too.
And this same wonderful little
bunch of athletes, not being content
nith its football record, last year went
out and annexed the grammar school
basketball, baseball and track cham
1'ionihips. Cecil Boyd, the captain of
the football team, made a broad jump
of 11 feet, four inches, within an inch
of the southwestern record- And at
that time he was leas than 18 .years of
age. This is the same Boyd who, in
Recent Scores Present Several Problems
HERE is a problem for those who
are fond of mathematics: Wash
ington and Jefferson beat Dick
inson 105:o 0. Dickinson beat "West
rrn Maryland 40 to 0. Western Mary
land won from Maryland Agricultural
college 3a to 0.
The question is:
If W. and J. played against Maryland
?ricultural college what would be the
Those who submit a correct answer
to the above may take a whirl at this
A isconsin beat Ohio state 7 to t.
Illinois beat Ohio state 37 to 0.
What will be the score when Illinois
and Wisconsin clash on November 31.
Amateur Sberjockers may tacklQ this
Dartmouth beat Willaims 21 to ;S.
rrmceton beat Dartmouth 16 to 12. A
week later the Princton team beat
Dartmouth and the Williams team that
was walloped by Dartmouth battled to
a T-7 tie?
How do you account for thisT
The business of officiating at a. foot
ball game In these new football days
is causing lots of wrinkles to grow
upon the brows of those who pursue
the arofesaid business.
Most of the officials have studied
the new rules so that they know them
backv ards, but in nearly every came
some new angle arises some variation j
ouestion as to whether the play is le
gal or illegal. The officials, whose
judgment must be of the snap variety,
are earning their pay.
Tale isn't quite as cheerful concern
ing its prospects in the Harvard game
November 21 as it was before it learned
that Charley Brickley was getting
quite proficient aa a left legged
Brickley, owing to his weakened
right aide, following an appendicitis
operation. Isn't taking chances by kick
ing with his right leff. In less than. a
week's practice with his left boot he
' averaged seven goals out of ten trials
NoPremisms with Camels
THE cost of the to
baccos in Camel Cig
arettes simply forbids the
giving of such induce
ments. 2Qfor 10c and you nevet
smoked a better cigarette
at any price. They're
pleasing in flavor and fra
grance. Besides, they mil
KQt bite you; tongue or parch
your throat, nor wSl they leave
that citamty taste!
R. J. REYNOLbS TOBACCO CO.
Wiattoa-Salen, W. C.
.the first game with high scnooi inw
year, won the game for Jils team lth
a drOD kick irom iu - j". -."" ---.-is
the longest field goal that has i been
kicked on the local gridiron in the
past two seasons. The other boys on
the team are fit running mates for
him. In Mudd. the high school will
next year get what it has needed for
several years, a good quarterback. And
in Lochausen and Richards it will get
a pair of great line smashing and run
ning and interfering backs. Lochau
sen's tackling was the best seen here
this year. It was low and deadly, and
when he hit a man the thud of -the im
pact could be heard almost across tho
field. Marty, Thurston, Coalson, Mor
ris and Croom will also help to boost
high Behoofs football stock next year.
ct ...... ... ).a tMm will he in
oilier au iiittjiy vl ..... .... -- - --
hleh school next year, the "Hi boys
can well afford to take their defeats
philosophically. The other boys on the
team who are not mentioned will not
go to high school until 191C. '
Not Due to Coaching.
There are those who say that La
mar's victories are greatly due to the
i-i .1... t....... TinvA rdppiven.
There 1b no one in a better posltlort to
rerute this statement uwn " ..
The coaching has had little to do with
it Even Folwell, of W. & J., could
not have developed a team to make
such records without wonderful mate
rial; such material as Is seen in a
team only once in a lifetime. The real
reason for the success of Lamar Is the
magnificent fighting quality the boys
It's a Fighting Team.
That Lamar is a fighting team is
easily proved from the fact that It has
alwavs played against heavy odds. It
is further proved by last Saturday's
game. The high school team scored a
touchdown in the first five minutes of
play. After that they had the ball in
Lamar's territory only once during the
game and then only for a very short
time. Although they had the ball in
high school's territory nearly all the
time after "Hi's" touchdown, Lamar
failed to score during the first half.
Between halves the boys got together
and told one another how muoh better
they were than the other team. Then
til cy w eiu jii aim ivoiv nu "itni iwtiij
weak line, through sheer fighting, held
iiib ijcnvy iuivxiiua uiuuauuui me
game and at one point at least out
from Inside the 25 yard line, and he
hoped to increase his average and the
distance before the Tale game.
Brickley may get into the Tale game
and he may not. If Harvard needs
his boot and needs it greatly, Brick
ley probably will disregard the doctor's
orders and jump into the pastime for
the sake of his alma mater. But under
no circumstances will Brickley enter
the game for any other purpose than
to kick. y
It seems that about one-half of the
population of these UnlteaStates wants
to be among those present at the Tale
Harvard game. Before that date rolls
around it may be that Tale and Har
vard will be playing merely for the
championship of Tale and Harvard, but
on one stems to mind that.
The new Tale Bowl, the greatest
stadium in the world, normally seats
61,900 persons. For the Tale-Harvard
game 3900 extra seats will be added.
That will bring the total seating ca
pacity to 70,000. Already application
has been made for over 100.000 seats.
Before the game is played it is likely
that the aDDllcatlon list will iramhpr
This is what they're saying out west
about Pete Russell, the great Chicago
"Long runs are becoming so com
mon with him that he'll probably be
playing 50 years."
Russell to date has ripped off several
runs over 60 yards and numerous ones
that averaged between, 35 and 55. He's
a wonder in running back punts and
they call him the "Bel" because of his
ability to slip beyond the grasp of the
-BELGIAN GOVERNJIEXT TOO
BUST TO CO.VSIDBU COLOMZATIOV
A telegram from E. Havenlth, Belgian
minister to the United States, has been
received by the chamber of commerce,
stating that the Belgian government
has not yet taken up the matter of
locating immigrants in this country.
The telegram is a reply to a letter
sent by the chamber of comnerre In
viting Belgian immigrants to settle in
the El Paso valley.
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picktgt er $1.09
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CAMELS 21 rep.
KASCAGNI OPERA IS
SUNG AT ALHAMBRA
The rustic cavalier is just as tuneful
as ever. The Chicago Light Opera com
pany proved it when the members of
this company sang the score of the
famous "Cavalleria Itusticana" at the
Alhambra theater Wednesday nlcht
Overcoming any minor handicaps of
costuming of stage setting, the singers
made the Mascagni song-story go with
a swing at the opening engagement of
the Imported company Wednesday
Miss Bel Wooster and Ralph Brain
crd ably demonstrated their ability in
their singing of the difficult parts of
Santuzza and Turlddu. Mr. Bralnerd
sang a prelude behind the curtain
which was as pleasing aslthe singing
of Miss Wooster in the Baster devo
tional scene The prima d0nna and
the leading tenor are actors as well as
singers and their work was a pleasant
The orchestra, under the direction of
Prof. Ernesto Gonzales, played the
famous intermezzo between the two
acts like a symphony orchestra. The
orchestra also shared honors with Miss
WoosVr and Mr. Brainerd in the open
The chorus members all have well
ARMY BAND TO
PLAY MARCH MUSIC
An appropriate march for an armv
band is "On the Hike," which the 15th
cavalry band will play at the Fort Bliss
matinee concert Friday at 3:30. The
concert program also includes a num
ber of favorites. "The Glow Worm" Is
one of those that never grow old.
The complete program is:
March, "On the Hike," Laurcndeau.
Overture, "Kaiser," JCeisler.
Selection, "Reminiscences of Scot
Waltz, "Valse Boston," Lumbe. '
Bag, "Rose of the Mountain Trail,"
"Fantasia. "Auld Lang Syne," Delbey.
Idyll, "The Glow Worm," Lincke.
March, "On the Avenue," Rierson.
"Star Spangled Bannor"
Rocco Resta, chief musician.
Br "STBAIGHT DIUVE."
Those who have a quick swing do
not require much spring in club
shafts, but the player with a round
even swing can do with some spring,
and readers will remember that I
tounseled them to swing evenly.
Therefore, get a club with some feel
In it, and if you find that you keer.
Slicing the ball, get your profes
sional to remove the grip and give
the shaft a scrape under the hand.
This will make tho club feel just like
a well-balanced fishing rod, in it the
spring seems to come right up the
arm, and it makes casting an easy
thing. Fishing with a stiff butt the
arms would soon tire, and I main
tain the same applies to golfing-. Tho
concussion is absoibed by the spring,
but the whippiness must not be too
great, otherwise the hands are apt
to reach the ball before the club
head. The "Dreadnought" was a supple
club, but the large head made the
club unwieldy; now the "Dread
nought" is still being made, but
with the old-fashioned pear-shaped
head, and In talking over this with
an ex-champion he said that his ex
perience was all in favor of some
"whip" in the shaft, and a long
faced narrow head, and he finds that
his member;, aie keener on thpm
than on "Dreadnoughts ' The onl
place we requiro "Dreadnoughts' is
on the sea.
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"KEYSTONE K03IEDY" SPECIAL.
Chaplin outdoes Chaplin, in "His
Trysting Place," a "Keystone Komedy"
special which 'will be shown at the
Grecian today. This is the second of
the Keystone specials which will be
a regular attraction at the Grecian
every other Thursday. "His Trj sting
Place" is one scream from beginning
to end. Chaplin starts his antics in
scene 1, act I, and the two reels slip
away before you know it. He merely
sits down In the kitchen to read the
war news, while Mabel tries to tend to
baby and make bread at the same time.
H leans back, upsetting the boiling
kettle and burns his leg. Then the
trcuble begins, one aggravating triv
ialty loads to another until you are
Plunged into the complications of a
well-devised story. The incongruity of
Chaplin's portrayals, his extreme seri
ousness, his sober attention to trivial
ties, his constant errors and as con
stant resentment of what happens to
him, all this .has to be seen to be en
Joyed. Mabel helps materially in all
the amusing scenes. Great team. Great
comedy. Don't forget, today only.
Come early. Advertisement.
HEARST-SELIG 1 EEKLY BIJOU.
"Playing With Fire," a dramatic two
part feature will be the headllner to
day. The picture exploits the conditions
existing between man and wife, and an
other man who Is deeply in lovo with
her. The woman foolishly encourages
the advance of her husband's friend
until she finally finds herself entan
gled in his net The picture teaches a.
vivid lesson to the careless and
Hearst-Selig Weekly, with its usual
interesting current events and timely
war news, will also be on t!e -program.
Friday Arthur Johnson In "The Hold
Up," seventh complete chapter of "Tho
Beloved Adventurer" series. These pic
tures are becoming very fascinating
and thrilling and you should not miss
any from now on. Advertisement
LAST TIME OP "THR nllKYHOL,.VD.'
The photoplay adaptation of Paul ?
iiireirui,Bt lamous unaerworia pm.
"The Greyhound," will be seen at the
Wigwam today for the last time It
Is a very dramatic production and the
characters are in the hands of emi
nent actors, several of whom were in
the play's original cast The famous
card game on shipboard is admirably
pioduced and is one of the features of
Tomorrow Alice Joyce In the "Lyn
brook Tragedy," one of the best pic
tures in the Alice Joyce series of com
plete dramas, Advertisement
ACTOR. IS ARRESTED.
George McDonald, an actor at the
Crawford theater, was arrested Wed
nesday afternpon on a charge of Keep
ing a vicious dog He put iu oonu ,
tin fey !,!, nnnnw-n..A v.fc nlt&mrtnn
in corporation court
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