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JOHN E. WRAY JAMES J. CORBETT FRANK MENKE N SPORTING PAGE SPORTS, RECREATION, OUTDOOR LIFE CONDUCTED BY A. H. E. BECKETT ("BECK") Rudolpn. lninks He s Growing Hair -:il:- ' -::- -::- -::- -:,:- Miller Huggins Makes Magnates Cautious MY PKAMC C. MKMvIC 1CK. RUDOLPH. Boston pitcher. is absolutely certain be can do what John I. Rockefeller and i huiis of other fellows have failed . do. in fact (he says) he's already t- ng it. I Met. to be more explicit, says he is in? hair on a bald dome on his i i,.'M dome. And if yon dor't be- i . c it Dick will let yoa look at his i i i He permitted ns a look. I '(.n t look any different than It u lien we saw it last summer." we . id Dick. Whereupon Dick got rath- peewsb. I'ont, hey?" he snapped. "Well, ' mc tell you that there's about 8 re hairs on my head than there i- before I began using that treat - i it I 'i k. as very few people know, is id erj. very bald. That's the main son von rarely see pictures of k that are minus a head covering. 1' s sensitive about that Jack of hair, t( o hat s the treatment consist of?" i inquired- & u ell. it a a secret prescription," j--w red Dick. But irs a lu-lu. Friend of mine a oarber up in the Bronx mixes it i He told me to try it. but I was -e on trying" hair restorers. I told mi to go tu biases with his dope, but tie 1 nit insisting that I use it and give .,L -t two months' trial." yes go on. Richard." ell I finally took a whirl at it. 1 e been using that stuff for two ii inthh and darned if I ain't got a lot f n vv hair See 'em." on. again Dick lifted his lid. poked :; dume at us and requested that we ' egm a hunt for the new hair. We di-f and then! orr. Dick but " loure blind that's -what's wrong nili too. You're well qualified for ai i 'npire's Job." nd then Dick wheeled on bis heel 'i - tarted in pursuit of some sym- i ihrtic- person who would assist him kidding himself that he is contract ing a new growth of wool. -. aldy Bill" Quinn, veteran um i ire is a fellow who talks with a , i.n. h And eien though Qnlnn is -n ell along in the 0"s he still retains i punch that a lightweight champion in pht enrv Quinn browsed around in the Wal uorf lobby during the recent National league meeting, seeking whom he t.ld punch. He was quite successful he first day but when the news got -round concerning his punching pow ers Quinn was dodged every time he hre into sight. One newsD&Der man. who attemnrerf to mteriew Quinn, was punched 31 iiint-s during the four minutes that 1 jbinn kept him backed into a corner. baseball magnate who stopped to ins the time of day with Quinn -was 1 mmed seven times before be could cipe, while an oM pal of Quinn's 'li-rmi the early days of baseball x ro stopped to say "how de do" was -i . a Tolley of uppercuts. Jabs, along with swings and one-two's words of greeting. It seems that Quinn, warm hearted, lovable old fellow that he is. simply can't refrain from lamming all those whom he meets. It's his way of show ing pleasure, interest, earnestness and a dosen other emotions. Miller Iluggins, manager of tbe St. Leuis Cardinals, is an example of what sometimes befalls a fellow ho is too shrewd. last winter Huggins made a trade with the Pirates whereby he got five ball players for three. Kverybody said Miller bad been cheated and he was such a nice little fellow, too Some folks were for reporting Fred Clarke to tbe police for his action In "cheating" Miller. "Oh, yea, you remember how it turned out, don't you. The men thai Huggins gave away 'flivTered and tbe five he got rounded into stars and enabled the Cardinals to make a great fight for the pennant in 114. Since then Huggins has been known as the "David Harum" of baseball. A dozen times since then Huggins hal tried to make trades and Just about as often has he been balked. "Gosh, it's awful," laments Hug gins. "I believe if I wanted to trade "Slim" Sallee and catcher Snjder for a pair of bat boys I couldn't make a deaL Ever)- one of the other mana gers would think I had a few cards up my sleeve." -Do You Know Tins Bowler? tffe fiy vho wks hg. 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CADETS lilt GAME, LOSE IE Visitors Trim 20th Infantry Ball Team Saturday; Beaten Sunday. The was . i SI college cadets from Mesiila Park, started to clean op tbe baseball stars of Company I. 20th in fantry, on' Saturday afternoon, at Fort Bliss, caused some uneasiness amour, the soldier fans for the cadets handed Company I an artistic trimming, the score being 10 to 1. On Sunday, how ever, conditions were wersed and the cadets were fairly swamped by the regimental team of the Sttb. the score being IS to 2. The cadets hammered the offerings of Riddle and Sanders hard and often on Saturday, and Elliott, the star of tbe regiment, went to the rescue. The youngsters had their batting eyes in great condition and Elliott was lucky to hold them. The regulars took sis In nings to locate the curves of Babcock. a new member of the A. ft 34. squad and he was then replaced by Lane. Saatlay Came a Slaughter. The second inning of the Sunday game was nothing short of a massacre. Babcock got through the .first Inning nicely but hit trouble in the second. He filled the bases with the first three batters. Then a triple dust ed the bags and the fun was unable to do so and I hits. In cluding a homer and a trtnle. gave the regulars 1 runs. Coc went to the mound in the third Inning and suc ceeded in holding the slugging regi mental men down, allowing five hits in as many innings. Then Lane went to the mound and gave two hits in the remaining two innings. Elliott was in good form for the regimental team and allowed only five hits. Aside from the second inning, play was even and exciting through out. The Lineup. The teams on Sunday were: A & M. Cadets BlaskwelL catcher; Lane, second base and pitcher: Evora, renter field. Ladd, right field, Coe. third base and pitcher. Sessions, first base. McGregor and Bonsman. left shortstop Babcock. pitcher and second 1 base Twentieth Regiment Merca. nrst base Binschalder. second base. Long meer. third base. Thomas, center field: Buchanan, shortstop: Draper, left field; Mccracken, catcher; Sanders, right field. Elliott, pitcher. SOME CLEVER DETECTIVES I BY TAD CsayrhdK. 1SU. latsraaOssaa MmStrvfos, I YOOR HiYJOR. ooft OETECTrvJEr 1 " stf JHEACJ HOtMeFC j rM,v CAPTURE T COtPrUV J uooKT -lt? A -SMA-- I VJrjft KM Be JTeXtJN'- I ' ' I TttE- OVJT7V6t-E" I I WATCXt t-RCa -in-e- ) " (H cotyiPAfi'XtfW fETSCTivr-TWOje HflWWWei ( -Jr!VJee V f TA-tA-gA- .ecru au &it-tns oo ir'x I W.tswueo L pa-pa- pah- LV16 We. HMU CgoU - KHOX&tlS rJ BOWLING The relative poaitioiis of the teams la th different lescnes roluac on the Cactaa cub alleya are the same as a week aso. Some of tbe teams have sained or lost a few points, but still hold their old positions. In the individual records of the Industrial league. End Ward is foaad settled la sec ond position, having dumped J. CunainB; bam oot of that berth. Hinsdale goes frem IStb to ltta place, as a remit of some rood scores during the past week. Don Dompler passes F. C Woodburn In the Smslter league, bat that IS tbe only Im portant chance among: the leaders of t -it organization. Dompier's average in the Federal 1 however, had an awral slump darini i week, dropprnc tram 1T to 1. Koea.s psises np into fourth place. Tbe official averages toUenr: . Ills Leaau-. Team i Lost Old Guards X Sol I. Bergs : Honcks 44 ICUr National Bank M i Indnstrial Ieagee. Team Won Lest Globe Mills 41 K Weston Dairy hnck.... M .Cement Plant J 4i J Bl Pass Iwadry tt 49 Smelter Iacne. Team Won Lost Batsman tt Z I Abbott 44 1 Foster 3 47 i Hoarston tt SI Federal Iejcae. ! Team Wen Lost I Pirates 4 2S Tigers ... .... ....... at za Athletics , SI ST Braves ! 42 Individual Score. Big Ijeagne. Nut Gaaaes Pins Am A. W. Houck 714 lit Lee Davis 4t S4S4 H. D Carr 4S 1145 Scott White 4S 11S42 iJoe Bryaa 9t ttSaf Late H1U it tUf J. J. Barela SI lWSt iW. D. Stratum- 41 Mt ! R. W. Fort 4t MTT J. 1 Aadreas SS M4T I Hart Wood SS N B. U Clark S7 S74 ; L. & Causber St SIS , j. X. Ridley S4 cast I A. Weabar t 1SSZ1 Fred Hardlker St 4 Ed Schutx S SMS Hago Briesk 42 CSSS W. Johnston 4t TSS7 H. H. Tattle IS SSSS A. W. Poster 41 T4SS G C Abbott U 471 H. K. Christie 24 S747 a F. Holmes 27 SSS2 Federal Learne. Kaoc Camas Pins Ave. G. A Feaaer IS STSt 1(4 Don Dompler IS21 14 A D. Wflklnssn 24 SSSl 1(2 T K. Keenlg ST (1S2 14S W. J. Broirafield SI 2SSS IS "Becky Amen Corner BV TJBCK." Pet, .S44 .SM .474 iss t Pet. .571 I .S4 I .444 .417 l Pet. .(IS S3' mi Pet. I .SS .S74 .45 i .S(S 'TTJRK ABOUT is fair pfay. Tbe A.4K. college eadets sbouldn't lack at losing Sunday's game to the 20th regiment Tae Cadets bad. tneir tm on Saturday. The young sters play a fine, brand of baseball and with their regular pitchers would raake the regimental teams step ont setae. Na qa; or the pitch ers with, the cadets .here had any ex perience before this season. "IlOW MANY were present at acheon?" asked a reporter seeL information about the Teaer eatertnnment at the Paso del Norte s Saturday. "Oh, nine Ten-ex. elevB," replied tie clerk. DARNEY OLDFIELD, who is soon to come here for a series of ante races, gave a lecture in Los Angeles, Friday, on "How NOT to drive an auto." Shucks, we all know that! What we want to know is how to drive one. JJARRY WILLS, the negro heavy weight who is well known here, is being touted by Tommy Burns as the coming leader among the negro heavies. That's too bad, for Harry isn't really a i&i scout. And a boost by Tommy usually proves .a jinx. Barns, Fullerton and Jim Cerbett are all alike in that respect, -THE U. S. LAWN TENNIS AS 1 SOCIATI0N can help the game a whole lot if it will show a little more activity in announcing the dates for tbe various championships. This delay in withholding the de sired iaforaation from the Border States association is anything but sportsmanlike. 'THE OPEN SEASON for grand mothers in El Paso will start April 25th. Then, if year office boy has to get off to attend a funeral, jnst follow him to the bail park and enjoy yourself, too. THEIR ONE BEST GAME AS VIEWED BY MODERN PITCHING STARS BY BILLY HVAXS Written Especially for This Paper by the Famous American League Umpire. In Boyiaiid: School Sports. Jnvenile Sports, Boys' Amateur Spom, anil evra nnd Gossip of the 'Fotnre Greats.' BY Bins. f u HE fast Sigma ball team is ap I parently under full steam already. On 'Saturday, the players grabbed their second victory of the season, taking the Starfish Giants into camp on the Mesa by a score of 21 tj 10. The Giants found trouble in locating Carson's delivery when bits would have meant runs. The teams: Sigma Don Piatt, catcher; Bob Car- nn nltliap1 TT Biiiiimwi, firt b" 1 ! John Savage, second base: Leonard JIT , Goodman, third base: Ted Piatt, short - stop: VT. Moeller, right field; J. Lewis. Its I center field. W. Kranxthor. left field. lei Starfish Giants E. Lspowski ana John March, pitchers, Paul Xrupp. catcher. H. Sllberberg and P. Kerr, first base: Frank Scotten and Ed Per rv second base. W. ilcConnell and W. Hughes, third base: Coleman Darnell, shortstop: Bruce Bevan and M. Pons ford, ria-ht field: J. starch and E. La powskt. center field; "W. MeDonald. left field. Umpire Paul McQueen. In the Grammar School basketball league matches at the Y. M. C. A. on R. Sbetfleld J. Csproa G. A. Kanuael.. C. J Antboay. u. rersjsjsoa O. D J. .. S .. S4 .. n .. 4( .. 4S .. S4 .. U lndntrlal Lergrae. Ray Nasle Bud Ward . J CanaiBshaat K. H. Aber H. Sebrabl C Brahaer .... N. Fowler L. I. GUbsrt ... & A. Vansrhan . A. C. Hinsdale.. .. SS .. ST .. U .. 4S L. A. C. 6. Mealier K. A. naaith Ray Smith Geo. Keys . . Ad Boquor W. Cberala w H. Bdclaetoa. B. Berghaaer . . . i J Kosner , I B. Henry , I T c Mum ; w Campbell c urine S SS so xt 3S SS SS . 4S . . IS . 4S . 1( . 4 . S( . 9 I SmeMer Leasee. sme n c. Abbott V V RhlMhiuHr.. H G. Batomaa.... o. A. Feansr... A. -W. Foster O A. CrltchoU. Don Dompler SS F. C Woodbora S A. D. Wllklnsoa 12 R. J. Soderholm SS Wm. Jsssen S R. Sheffield IS Geo Rodgers ....... (0 H F Eastr t V E. Koenic M K. A. Frsit St W Hourston S( S S. Baker 17 H. A. Morean ... SS O D. Butler s SO ST (1 ST SI 4IS 7SSS STST SS1S SSSS SIS s:t Pins itsss 4SST SSSS T4SS 1751 SS4S SSSS 14SS SSSS SSS4 STSS S114 SS4S TSSS S1SS SSST CSSS TUT SS4 2S1S "11 22SS SSTS SSSS 4SSS SSS4 SSSS 11 Si SS07 SSSS SSTS SSSS 1SSS sail 1SS1 SSSS SSST SS7 Ul! SSS7 TSS1 rtis . S47 7SS 1SS 1S4 ISO in us us 1M Ave. 17S 1SS 1(S its MS is: is 1(0 liS isc 1S( Jii 1S4 1!4 1SS 1SZ 1S1 14 147 14S 144 114 14S lit 140 Ave 1( 1SS 1S1 IS 1S7 157 1ST 1SS I lit 14 14S 14T 14S 14S 14J I 141 13C 12 12 127 Saturday afternoon, the Bailey Juniors practically cinched the pennant in their division by beating- Vilas, 38 to . Bailey second team won from Lamar, 25 to 22, after a very excittnp game, while Lamar first team proved its su periority over Bailey first bv winning a hotly contested 15-11 game. Lamar juniors defeated Beall Juniors, 58 to 9. The games were all Interesting and the boys put up an excellent brand of basketball. The Ysleta Juniors have the honor of being the first team to register with the Boyland department. Here Is the dope on the team. TSLETA JUNIORS: average age II years: average weight. SS pounds; Burls Stansbury. phone, Ysleta I. business manager; Douglas Feseenden, captain: open for games Saturday, Sundays and after school; have homo grounds or will go to any other town on payment of expenses. Have yon registered your team? If ou are organized, fill out the blank in the last Week-End Herald and send it in at once. EDDIE Cicotte is one of the most valuable members of the Chica go White Sox pitching staff. He Is regarded by the players as a hard luck pitcher, and there la no denying that he gets more th&n his share of i the tough breaks. Despite his admitted I ability, he was unable to win at Bos ton, a trade to Chicago resulting. While Cicotte Las pitched fine bail for the, Sox since joining the club, his j margin of games won would have been j much greater had he secured just an even break in luck. ! Back of certain pitchers a team J seems to hit poorly and field badly. ; Cicotte has loot game after game that i he should have won because of a break , In fielding. In one game last year i with two down, three easy chances .were offered to make the. third out. but not one was accepted. A few base , hits followed and five runs came across the plate In an Inning where ) not a run should have been scored. 1 t Cicotte lost that game by a one run margin. in many otner games nis j good pitching has been wasted simply j because his team mates appeared to strike a batting or fielding slump ; wnen ne aid tne twirling. His Best Game. While Cicotte has come through with many a brilliant exhibition of pitching, his best feat was performed ast season in a game with the bard , hitting Athletics. Had it not been for ' "Stuffy- Mclnnes and bis trusty big ! stick. Cicotte's performance that aft- J ernoon would have been heralded j worldwide. For seven innings not a l Philadelphian reached first base. Aft er one was down in the eighth, M Innes came through with a hit tha (Continued on next page G, You mid Bali Flayers I'm Coming Thursday A great baseball offer to south western bojs by Krakauer. ZerV. it Moye"s S. I. See it in Thar day's Herald. EAST AND WEST SIDES TO PLAY SOCCER THIS WEEK Soccer champlonsnip games between the Bast and West El Paso senior and junior teams will be played Thursday and Friday afternoons of this week. The games will be played on the Cath olic Athletic association grounds on Arlxona street. The junior all star teams selected from the eastern and western part of the city will play for the junior cham pionship Thursday afternoon. Sherrod Mengel will be captain of the all star junior team of East El Paso and Rus sell Hayden will be captain of the junior team of west El Paso. The senior all star game between the east and west will be played Friday afternoon. Irving Stephens will be rap tain of the East El Paso senior team and Coy Friend will captain the West El Paso team. Tickets will be sold by the 2S0 bos composing the school soccer league which has been plaing for The Herald pennants this winter and the proceeds from the ticket sale will be used to buy refreshments for the big rally and pen nant presentation a week from Thurs day night at the Catholic Athletic asso ciation gymnasium. The tickets arc five and IS cents for children and adults. At this time the pennants of fered by The Herald will be given to the San Jacinto junior and senior teams, these teams having won the league championship The pennants are now on display at the International Book store windows in The Herald building. HAVANA GOVERNOR DENIES HE WILL PROHIBIT FIGHT Havana. Cuba. March IS Gov Bus tillo denied Sunday that he had an intention of prohibiting the Willard Johnson fight from taking place in Ha vrta. as had been rumored. He said he could see no ground for interfer ence with the proposed contest. 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